Effect of covid 19 and the protest in Nigeria

Kennybrown
Posted November 2, 2020 from Nigeria
Nigeria just turned bloody

Nigeria is really going through alot at the moment, many people lost their jobs, busineses and source of lively hood because of Covid-19, to make matters was the protest that was supposed to be a peaceful one to end police brutality and pave way for the Nigerian youth to have the platform to become better in the society also turned bloody taking many lives. It's a very tough time for Nigerian especially the entrepreneurs, I am calling on the rest of the world to open doors for direct grants to the benefit of the Nigerian youth. Please whatever you wish to do either as an organization, an individual or a government, please try as much as you can to contact random youths or people to help. Make no mistake of donating to organizations or the government in Nigeria because it will never get to the right people. This are people who won't even share paletives to the poor masses so you can imagine what they will do when it's money or other valuables.

Please and please again, if you want to extend help to Nigeria, forget about the government or any organization, go on social media or use this platform to contact us directly and give us the help because our government and this organizations will never direct what is meant for us to get to us. May God help Nigeria. 

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Andrace
Nov 03, 2020
Nov 03, 2020

Hi Kennybrown,

A warm welcome to World Pulse, your new family.....Yaaaaayyyyyyy! Congratulations on your first post too. 20/10/20 was a very sad day for all. Unpleasant memories indeed. May the blood of the slain never be in vain-amen. Together, we can make the world a better place.

'Super cool that you are raising your voice on World Pulse, a great place to be seen, felt and heard.

Keep writing and shining!

Best wishes,
E. J.

Kennybrown
Nov 03, 2020
Nov 03, 2020

Thanks alot. God bless

J Brenda Lanyero
Nov 03, 2020
Nov 03, 2020

Hello Kennybrown.
Thank you for sharing your story. It is really heart breaking but the God of justice will surely help Nigeria and restore it to its former glory.

Sending you sisterhood hugs.

Kennybrown
Nov 03, 2020
Nov 03, 2020

Amen. Thanks alot my dear

Nini Mappo
Nov 05, 2020
Nov 05, 2020

Hello Kenny Brown,
Welcome to World Pulse. It is heart-breaking what has happened in Nigeria and the lack of availability of resources to the youth. We continue to hope for safety, justice and a better day. Stay safe and encouraged.

UCHE LIN
Nov 05, 2020
Nov 05, 2020

Thank you bro for sharing and welcome to World pulse! 2oth October, 2020. What a black Tuesday? It was unimaginable, unforgettable, so sickening and saddening for the blood of harmful and innocent protesters soaked with Nigerian National flag. May their soul rest in peace. A lot of lives, properties etc. were lost via the #Endsars protest. May people recover from their lost!
Corrupt practices with bad governance, police brutality, diversion of public funds has been the order of the day. They shall never go unpunished. They will not die for nothing, may their blood of the innocent hunts them till justice takes them.
May peace and justice return back in due course!
Uche Lin.