How could we forget how millions of jobless Nigerians were lured with promises of jobs with the immigration authorities in Nigeria? How stadia across the nation were used as death traps for some unsuspecting young job seekers who had paid to be killed in their quest for an opportunity to earn a living. Till date, no one has been brought to books. But they were Nigerians and those of us who survived that ordeal must not forget it. We must remember it on the 14 of February 2015. We must get our pound of flesh by voting for those who can bring justice and closure to Nigerians. How could we forget how we woke up one morning to find, floating on Ezu River, decomposing bodies of nearly 60 Igbo youths! And what was their crime? They, as members of MASSOB, had staged a peaceful protest, rights enshrined in our constitution. The massive cover up and deliberately bungled investigations must always come to mind. The inability of the Nigerian police under the irresponsible leadership of
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The Buhari Support Organizations (BSO) were at New Karo to support the campaign for Change. Although just a Coaster bus and a Van left the campaign headquarters in Abuja, the convoy soon grew out of sight with many cars and motorcycles leading the way and many more trailing. A courtesy call was paid on the Palace of Etsu Karo where prayers were offered for Nigeria and General Buhari. The campaign train then continued its journey to New Karo where a massive crowd that showcased Nigeria's diversity was on hand to receive BSO. Prayers were again offered by both Muslim and Christian leaders. The HIGHLIGHT of the occasion was the tearing of a PDP membership card by a popular youth leader in the area, Yunusa Halidu. He said he was happy to be turning a new leaf by joining the change movement. Members of the the Market Women's Association, Nigerian Union of Road Transport Workers, etc, took part in the campaign.