The former governor of Cross River State, Donald Duke, has revealed that the young people in the country have two options, to leave the country or to stay back and fight for what is right. In his speech, he stated that these options are presented to every young person in the country and many have decided to stay and that is what we are seeing today.
Donald Duke alleged that although people saw what happened at the ‘EndSars’ as a passive revolution, in Cross River state it was not passive, but it was dangerous, and the current government must prevent this from happening on a national scale. However, Duke strongly believes that the young people who have decided to stay are the ones that a going to begin this revolution.
He said, “the young people in the country have two options to leave or to stay and fight for those people they have nothing to lose and that is what we are seeing. If something is not done urgently, it will move from a passive revolution which we had on the 25th of February to a more actionable revolution like the EndSars, but in Cross River State the EndSars was not passive it was very destructive, and the government won’t one that on a national scale.”
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