Bayelsa State Unemployed Graduates Arrested By The Police

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April 20, 2013 – Bayelsa State Unemployed Graduates Arrested By The Police

It is unlawful to be law abiding, in a lawless society” What kind of a lawless society is this that we live in? This is a society were the law makers are the ones breaking the law, they see themselves as lords over the laws of the land. Agencies that are suppose to protect us are the ones killing us now for no just cause. We live in a society were the fundamental human rights are not being respected. We live in a society were evil pays more than good. We now live in a society were cultists and militants are being paid hugely for doing nothing, all in the name of AMNESTY.

Such people now drive the most expensive cars in town and own mansions While graduates walk about with their degrees, certificates and potentials from one office to another seeking employments yet gets none.

They now look at the graduates as stupid jobless people that wasted their youthful strength and time in going to school.  Precisely, on the 24th of march 2013 some unemployed graduates came together, had a meeting @ Farai Hotel in yenagoa by 4pm and came up with an idea of a peaceful protest to let the state government know that they still exist and should not be forgotten.

To my greatest surprise, these unemployed graduates were arrested, put into the cell & after 3 days they were released on bail and  taking to court by thesame state government alleging them as rebells with rebellion motives. Who now defends them in court against the state government?

The case is still on! God help us. My name is Bernard Ebipade. From Bayelsa state. I have more information to give with facts. 08066327691

14 thoughts on “Bayelsa State Unemployed Graduates Arrested By The Police

    • I want to agree with my brother Bernard Ebi who made a very good comment about the arrested unemployed graduates in bayelsa state. The society we live in listens to only those who trouble the government and ignore those who use peaceful dialogue in achieving there aims and objectives. Why is it so? For instance graduates in bayelsa state have been patiently waiting for government to intervain in area of employment, yet nothing is happening but only time they made peaceful protect which is a lawful act. We were arrested . With tears in my eyes ,i want to ask some questions; 1. where do we run to?, 2; what can we do? And finally 3; when can we be free from this jobless state? Please someone tell me.

  1. Terrible system in this country. What now is the essense of going to school, when illitrates and militants are being taken care of by the Government in the name of amnesty?

  2. Honestly as tins re goin on in dis country, whoeva wsh 2 protest shud nt go 4 peace protest, go wit gun, violence dat wil mak d governmnt 2 b afraid of u nd giv u ear, if nt u’l b arestd nd jaild. God help us.

    • It may also interest u to know that after arresting those that partook in the protest, the masses grumbled against the state government so in other to cover up, the state government made an anouncement over the radio that graduates should apply to work as protocol officers in the government house. I also applied and over 3,000 graduates. A reliable source told me that only 30 presons were needed and they’ve submited their names through one prominent man or the other even before the anouncement was made public. Ofcourse, i then asked myself, is the government house a ministry that can encoperate the crowd of graduates that were there to write one simple questioned exam? and i quote ”what is the name of the president of Nigeria, what is the name of the governor of bayelsa state”? Asking graduates such questions, what do you think there motive would be? Bernard Ebipade from Bayelsa state. thanx 4 all ur previous comments. I need more

  3. hear urself speak,the Federal Government is just exploiting the Niger Delta.the main source of Nigeria is coming from Niger Delta yet these people are ignored.there land is useless n cannot produce anything for farming due to use of oil in there land,the old Men and Women shud be considered and assited in training there children.the poor also shud be considered since they cant cultivate anything again.do u know hw much the federal Government is making from oil?,our top Government officials ar living big while those involved are suffering,A hungry man is an angry man.pls i am nt sayin that killing is good,n BOKo Haram sect has no reason for their acts n cant b compared with the Millitant.if actually u ar normal reason like a human being n put urself in their shoe.

    • Ebere Doreis, i dont get what ur point at all. What point are u tryin to bring out concernin my comment? Pls make it clear so others can understand what u’re tryin to say. Thanx

  4. All d niger delta youth supposed 2 be given free education frm d nusery 2 university cos d all those idiot wearing agbada at abuja,traveling 4rm one country 2 anoda gets their money frm niger delta oil membas

  5. Ngozi, God will bless u 4 dat comment. Now someone feels my pain and fight 4 d emanstipation of d Niger Delta region.

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