CAN’s hypocrisy in Osun state
What’s with CAN’s noise about merging schools in Osun state and giving ultimatums to the government. I thought Jesus said we should be peaceful ni? Sebi during protests and when some of us speak against government’s actions, they tell us that talking and protests won’t solve it, that what we need to do is to pray? Why is CAN now mouthing off in Osun? Have they lost their voice or have their knees gone weak? Methinks CAN should stop shouting and get on their knees and start praying, because nothing will happen after the 1-week ultimatum they gave Osun state government, and if they dare go to the streets to protest, i will volunteer to be one of the people to beat them off the streets.
During subsidy protest and other issues of national importance, these clownish elements made their stand clear: them and their Pastor Oritsejafor, Jonathan’s spokesman on religion, stood firmly on the side of the government and he was rewarded duly with huge donations to his private jet purchase, so let CAN just shut the hell up and stop whipping up unnecessary sentiments because we don’t give a damn what happens. #apologiestonoone
Let me round off my ranting this morning with an excerpt from the words of Pastor Martin Niemoller:
“First they came for the communists,
and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a communist.
Then they came for the socialists,
and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a socialist.
Then they came for the trade unionists,
and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a trade unionist.
Then they came for me,
and there was no one left to speak for me.”
CAN has left others to stand alone in the past, it shouldn’t cry wolf now but brace itself for what’s coming because it’s a long and tortuous stand that awaits them. Let them stop giving ultimatums and get down on their knees as they have so often told us.
Good morning good people!