t is sad and disturbing that we must learn the news of dead innocent civilians every day. It is so saddening that we must endure more pains often.
Sorrow and grief have become an inexorable burden that parents, relatives and most depressing, children to be troubled with emotional and psychological traumas. Innocent citizens are becoming forced to be mentally confined to face misery and insecurity in an early life. That’s not acceptable.
Perhaps, it should have been made a national high priority and concern when school boys and girls are slaughtered even being under their protectorate while on the campus. We must not live with these blood thirst megalomaniacs that they go on wild. However, we are aware that hundreds of suspects and convicts have been apprehended. That’s laudable but not enough. There must be a tactic to dissuade agitators prior to their devilish shots.
Worry about feeding children at school? Yes, and a very commendable task. But equally, the government needs to worry about their safety and security more than anything else. What we have seen so far happening on this soul is what we don’t want to see to occurring even to enemies of Ethiopia.
The atrocities, the senseless carnages, the vicious and spontaneously orchestrating of the burning of churches and mosques are by any means not comprehendible, and that one couldn’t simply let go.
We can’t let the spilled blood of our children parched and nothing is done about it. That’s unacceptable. We challenge the government to uphold safety and security right now and we mean now.
Good to uplift the looks of Ethiopia perhaps solely Addis Ababa. It deserves to be renovated. We appreciate the government has initiated progressive endeavors so that Ethiopia would become to be a re branded nation from its painful past. We agree with positivism and positive energy. Unfortunately, realities don’t stand to that side.
We feel there is a trenched complacency. Complacency to there lapse of conflicts, complacency to instigation and brutal killings, complacency to destruction and sabotages.
We challenge and would like to state in the strongest possible terms that the government and all its stakeholders to act proactively to avoid senseless destruction of innocent lives. We demand safety and it’s an absolute right that the people of Ethiopia to be safeguarded by the government. We abide by the idea that the government cares and we would like to believe so.
Hence, though equally worrying that concentration of markets is favoring mostly on wealth accumulation on the costs of environment and abusing workers and consumers, we feel priorities must be given to safety and security. It has been said so since the coming of this administration. It must be a credible and remarkable thing for the government to be proactive to deter enemies of peace before instigators capitalize on disturbances.
We want to underscore that is it time for action than sympathetic gestures. It is time to get to the bottom of it than to issuing whatever strong affidavits. We call on our armed forces and brave peacekeepers to be vigilant. We cherish and value their utmost scarifies. It’s certain that when the duty calls, they wouldn’t hesitate to act. That is they have signed to defend us all from domestic and foreign enemies. Hence, we urge every corner of the security and peace-guards to do what is necessary and best for the security and safety of the public. We want to believe the government of Ethiopia could protect every citizen and we want to see that being the reality.
We don’t intend to mock authorities. In fact, we would like to appreciate their efforts. But it’s been a solid two years that citizens withstood numerous calamities. We don’t want to speculate or shed anxieties for more instigation that would be in stock since there are upcoming religious festivities and celebrations and the public events. We would like to hope that these events don’t serve those heinous brutes to do their evil deeds hence, we demand safety and security to be upheld!