2020 is indeed a great year to recall the death of Ken Saro Wiwa, the voice of Ogoni people. The African community, Nigeria move from series to series dragging to public all hidden crimes with the help of the internet. Before now, so many barbaric activities have been happening in Nigeria. The cabal of leaders and lawmaker in the country are living above the law. Godfatherism is always a priority when it comes to appointment and helping the community. Today, I want to talk about the death of a great Ogoni Ken Saro Wiwa and eight others murdered under the command of Gen Sani Abacha on November 10, 1995.
People think history will fade away like sand forgetting no evil will go unpunished. Ken Saro-Wiwa murder is a pain in the ass for the Ogoni people today. Our people need to wake up and fight for the revolution of looted funds and murdered of innocent souls. Ken Saro-Wiwa murder should serve as an example and remembrance for all youth fighting for revolution in Nigeria. The people we are fighting against don’t have valuable assets in this country.
Ken Saro Wiwa Surface After 25 years of cold murder
Their children are given birth to in a foreign land, learn foreign cultures, get fucked up and compromised push back home to oppress the community. The most annoying of all, these people are giving too much power. The power of the government cannot surpass the power of the masses.
In our own case, we need to be careful. Remember Saro-Wiwa, MKO Abiola, Bola Ige, and peaceful protester shoot under the watch of our leaders. Remember whoever tries to talk will be painted black and face the law. Don’t forget the LCC company chairman said their footage did not cover the shooting. Don’t forget Saro-Wiwa was silence forever. Write it in your diary, 20th of November 2020 the. Always remember that protesters call them soldiers, the governor said they are armed thugs.
The massacre that happened 25 years ago repeats itself in 2020. Don’t forget our community representative said we are always on high drugs and name us children. May their souls rest in peace and give troubles to the wicked who passed the death orders. Live on forever, Saro Wiwa.