Civil Society Organizations have demanded an end to all the senseless, brutal and violent killings in Nigeria
They gave their stand in Abuja on Friday while declaring open the fourth season of the National Day of Mourning to end the spate of violent killings in Nigeria.
Every 28th May, Nigerians mark the event by mourning the endless violent killings of Nigerians and also victims of violent killings
They berated the government for the insecurity challenges Nigeria is facing, adding that Nigerians can no longer go about their lawful duties without fear of being killed by a stray bullet or kidnapped
The Civil Society Organizations regretted that the government have allowed the citizens they swore to protect to become a watch guide for themselves, adding that children are being kidnapped and parents out of their sweat pay ransom for their children instead of the government fighting to rescue them.
Nigerians elected the Government for the primary purpose of security but the situation today is far from what they wanted.
They called on the Executive Secretary National Human Right Commission to act fast and protect the rights of Nigerians before the country bleeds to death.
After the road procession at the National Human Right Commission, the youths are to
match to the National Assembly