Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria

4,433 supporters

To promote democracy in Nigeria by inspiring, representing and empowering for confidence building , self-reliance and equity.

    Started 5 petitions

    Petitioning ALL PROGRESSIVES CONGRESS, United Nations Human Rights

    NIGERIANS TO SUE APC FOR LYING & DECEIVING US WITH "CHANGE" IN THEIR CAMPAIGN MANIFESTO

    The Nigerian political party known as the All Progressives Congress, APC used the economic and security situation in Nigeria to lie to the Nigerian people in their election campaign  manifesto since 2015. They used the CHANGE and NEXT LEVEL mantra to deceive us through unfulfilled promises and elections in which they disenfranchised, killed and rigged into various offices. Till date, they continue to diverted the resources of Nigerians towards other activities different from their manifesto. For over 5 years, instead of focusing on their promises, they now arrest and detain Journalists and human rights activists in order to gag the people from challenging government. Borrowed funds are now channeled towards integrating terrorists who continue to kill our people. This breach of social contract which was published by them on their various campaign platforms has brought Nigerians untold economic hardship, frustration, unprecedented insecurity and loss of faith in country. The European Union has reported that over 6,000 Nigerians have been killed since 2015. This is as a result of the inability of the APC to keep their promises on security. Therefore, we are commencing legal actions against the political party known as the  All Progressives Congress, APC of Nigeria. We are doing this under the platform of the Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria and all other concerned Nigerians. This is our medium of holding our public officials accountable and responsible. Never again must we allow politicians to cheat us with deceitful manifestos. We've had enough!We hope that this will prevent APC and other political parties in Nigeria from making false electoral promises to the Nigerian electorate in  future elections.    Among the unfulfilled critical campaign promises, are as follows: 1. To generate,transmit and distribute at least 20,000 MW of electricity before 2019 - FAILED 2. Create 3 million jobs annually - FAILED 3. Consolidation of INEC to reduce and if possible, eliminate electoral malpractices in the country’s political space - FAILED 4. Provision of N5,000 Social welfare Fund to 25 million persons - FAILED 5. All Public Office holders to earn only as approved by the Revenue, Mobilization and Fiscal Commission, RMFAC - FAILED 6. Build one airport in each state - FAILED 7. Permanent peace in Niger Delta, Plateau, Taraba, Borno, Abia, etc - FAILED 8. Nation wide sanitation to keep Nigeria clean - FAILED 9. Revive and activate refineries - FAILED 10. Building one of the fastest-growing emerging economies in the world with a real GDP growth averaging 10 per cent annually - FAILED 11. Strengthening operational and legal instruments to discipline members of the Armed Forces over confirmed cases of human rights violations - FAILED 12. End Boko haram and other forms of terrorism - FAILED 13. End pollution of Rivers in the Niger Delta - FAILED 14. Creation of special courts against corruption - FAILED 15. Ban all foreign medical trips for public office holders - FAILED 16. Amend the constitution to end immunity for public office holders - FAILED 17. Amend the constitution for the devolution of power to the States to entrench true federalism - FAILED 18. Introduction of National Gender Policy and offer of 35 per cent appointment to women - FAILED 19. Free maternal and children health care - FAILED 20. Stabilizing the naira with the international market - FAILED 21. Public declaration of assets and liabilities by public office holders - FAILED 22. Increase Physicians from 19 per 1000 to 50 per 1000 - FAILED 23. To publish contracts of over N100m before and during implementation - FAILED 24 Local Government Councils to publish expenditure that is over N10m - FAILED 25. Empowerment scheme to employ 740,000 graduates across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory - FAILED 26. Payment of allowances to the discharged but unemployed Youth Corps members for 12 months while in the skills and entrepreneurial development program - FAILED 27. Making free education at primary, secondary and tertiary levels for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and education - FAILED 28.  Increasing national health expenditure per person per annum from less than N10,000 to about N50,000 - FAILED 29. Raising life expectancy level by an additional 10 years on average - FAILED 30. Creating additional middle-class of at least 2 million new homeowners in our first year in government and 1 million annually thereafter - FAILED...and many more!

    Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria
    251 supporters
    Petitioning Economic and Financial Crime Commission of Nigeria, president of NIGERIA, Senate president of nigeria, Governor of Lagos State of Nigeria, All Peoples Congress of Nigeria

    ENOUGH! EFCC Must probe Lagos State House of Assembly Speaker Mudashiru Obasa NOW!!

    ENOUGH! EFCC Must probe Lagos State House of Assembly Speaker  Mudashiru Obasa NOW! Recent revelations by  Sahara Reporters  against alleged monumental corruption by the Speaker of Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa must not be tolerated. It is the commonwealth of the Nigerian people who have been listed as the poverty capital of the world with about 100m persons living in poverty. Our country has been brought this low due to the decades of silence by the Nigerian people on corruption. We have decided not to remain silent any more. Some of the various publications have the following titles and links: (1)   Lagos Assembly Speaker, Obasa, Gives Mistress N34m To Organise Media, CSO Parley  (http://saharareporters.com/2020/05/19/lagos-assembly-speaker-obasa-gives-mistress-n34m-organise-media-cso-parley (2)   EXCLUSIVE: Lagos Assembly Speaker, Obasa, Approves N258m For Printing Of Invitation Cards For House Inauguration Two Months After Event Held: (http://saharareporters.com/2020/05/15/exclusive-lagos-assembly-speaker-obasa-approves-n258m-printing-invitation-cards-house (3)   Lagos Assembly Speaker, Obasa, Pays N60m To Social Media Influencers To Attack SaharaReporters (http://saharareporters.com/2020/05/16/lagos-assembly-speaker-obasa-pays-n60m-social-media-influencers-attack-saharareporters (4)   EXPOSED: 64 Bank Accounts Linked To BVN Of Lagos Assembly Speaker, Obasa: (http://saharareporters.com/2020/05/23/exposed-64-bank-accounts-linked-bvn-lagos-assembly-speaker-obasa (5)   EXCLUSIVE: Lagos Assembly Speaker, Obasa, Fraudulently Collected N53m For Travel With Mistress To United States : (http://saharareporters.com/2020/05/14/exclusive-lagos-assembly-speaker-obasa-fraudulently-collected-n53m-travel-mistress-united (6)   Lagos Speaker, Obasa, Gets N17m Monthly For Maintenance Of Personal Residence, Guest House: (http://saharareporters.com/2020/04/26/lagos-speaker-obasa-gets-n17m-monthly-maintenance-personal-residence-guest-house During a recent interview, Obasa said that: ’Money is for spending’ (http://saharareporters.com/2020/05/24/money-spending-says-lagos-speaker-obasa-response-corruption-allegations ) In view of the above, we wish to respectfully request that the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC should quickly, as a matter of national integrity, investigate the allegations and take appropriate actions as required by law. Signed by the Global Coalition for Security & Democracy in Nigeria, Texas USA in cooperation with Concerned Nigerians.

    Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria
    543 supporters
    Petitioning United Nations, United Nations Security Council, United Nations Development Program, National Security Agency, European Parliament, European Ombudsman, European Commission, United Nations Office fo...

    APC of Nigeria should be declared as a terrorist organization

    The ruling political party in Nigeria known as the All Progressives Congress APC is exhibiting very clear traces of a terrorist organization. We call for signatures for international bodies to declare as such and invoke sanctions on them Our reasons for requesting that the APC should be declared as a terrorist organisation is as follows: 1. Contrary to international standards and best practices, the government is integrating members of the deadly boko haram sect into the society under the guise that they have repented. Now dastard killing and kidnapping for ransom in Nigeria continue to be a daily occurrence. Many throats have been slashed. Heads have been cut off in broad day while villages have been razed. The APC government is integrating the same boko haram group that killed 11 UN officials in 2011 and injured over 60. This is the same group declared by the international community as a terrorist group. 2. Murderous herdsmen continue to kill, kidnap, maim and rape women in their farms and the government has deliberately refused to declare them as terrorists because they enjoy the support of government. . 3. Political thugs have been sponsored by the APC organization to kill and burn houses. A woman name Salome Abuh was burnt alive on 18 November 2019. 4. As a false display of interest, the Government of the ruling party publicly announced that they were sending Air force jets to attack terrorists as a way of informing them before hand, to relocate. 5 APC members that threatened and sponsored election violence have been promoted to occupy key government positions such as Ministers. 6. Very little has been done to bring killers to face justice while killing continues unabated. 7. Unarmed Pro democracy activists have been arrested and unlawfully detained while the APC sponsors of violence remain untouched. 8. APC government continue to order security agencies to shoot unarmed protesting citizens to death. 9. In 2018 President ordered the former Inspector General of Police to relocate to a troubled area in Benue state. The Police chief refused to take Presidential orders and there were no consequences. Hundreds of our compatriots were killed and buried in mass graves as a result of that intentional negligence. 10. 58 citizens were killed during the 2019 Presidential elections mostly by security agents at the order of the APC government. 11. The European parliament has declared that around 6,000 Nigerian citizens have been killed under the watch of the APC. Very little has been done to curtail the situation while our soldiers become regular casualties. 12 Eeben Barlow the South African military contractor has publicly spoken on how the APC government terminated their contract to fight boko haram. Horrific reports shows that our people now live in fear. 13 Over 1000 unarmed Shiite Muslim protesters have been killed since 2015. Many reportedly buried en masse in secret graves. 14. Unarmed protesters of the Indigenous People of Biafra have been killed through the orders of the APC government, for demanding for their constitutional rights. 15. Mass graves across Nigerian states now dot our geographical landscape. Many were hurriedly buried by security agents so that the actual number of the massacred could be hidden from the media and the general public. 16. There has been countless attack on faith and religious freedom. Christians and Pastors have been kidnapped, slaughtered and shot at close range. Mosques have also been bombed. 17. Head of State Retired Maj. Gen Muhammadu Buhari blatantly refuses to address Nigerians whenever citizens are killed. Silence is consent. There is clearly an hidden agenda. The 2006 action plan of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy as enshrined in resolution 60/288, aim  to consistently, unequivocally and strongly condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, committed by whomever, wherever and for whatever purposes, as it constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security;  To take urgent action to prevent and combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and, in particular…                     Therefore, we respectfully demand as follows: (1) Officially declare APC as a terrorist organization (2) We ask that you quickly send support to our country by practically arresting the security situation. If this is not done soonest, the reintegrated members of the boko haram sects could pose unimaginable threats to the international community. Murderous herdsmen and bandits are on the prowl as an official statement has been made by the Nigerian government for a visa free country. Terrorism in Nigeria has been institutionalized and commercialized. Please send urgent help. Our people are dying. (3) Place travel ban on government officials such as all Federal legislators, Governors, Attorney General of the Federation, Minister of Information Lai Mohammed, the Chief of army staff, the Minister for defence, Director of the State Security Service, and other security chiefs that have become complacent and probably accomplices, as fund for security have not been judiciously utilized. If this is not done, the aftermath of terrorism will lead to global security threats and mass exodus of refugees from Nigeria. (4) Stop issuing visas and academic admission to children of the listed politicians who escape from the insecurity sponsored by their parents. Some of such children are allegedly used for money laundering. (5) Suspend all financial grants and lending to Nigeria because the funds are most corrupted and used in funding the integration of terrorists. "The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything" - Albert Einstein A stitch in time saves nine!! Global Coalition for Security & Democracy in Nigeria.  

    Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria
    703 supporters
    Petitioning World Bank Group, David R. Malpass, Makhtar Diop, Hafez Ghanem, Albert G. Zeufack, Muhammadu Buhari, World Bank, World Bank Africa

    STOP WORLD BANK FROM GRANTING $2.5BILLION LOAN TO NIGERIA. WE DON'T TRUST OUR POLITICIANS!

    *After writing off our $18 billion debt by the Paris Club in 2005, the Nigerian  government went back to a borrowing spree without development plans for the future. Now there is very little or nothing on ground to show for what they have been borrowing for. *We are already indebted to $81billion or 24 trillion naira. *Frustration has led to increased suicide rate as we are now 67th highest in the World. *Now we are the poverty Capital of the World and projections by the UN shows that we shall remain so beyond 2050. *Our Senators are the highest paid in the World and they are already shopping for cars worth 5.5 billion naira ($17million) because they are very insensitive to our plights. *16 million of our children are on the streets. Many are under child labour hawking to support their families, snatched as suicide bombers or used for rituals. *$16m was borrowed to buy mosquito nets. This could not be accounted for. *87 million of us live in extreme poverty as the World mocks the silence of Nigerians who have 34 mineral resources spread across 430 locations. *Some persons that were indicted for various corruption cases have been appointed by the current government as Ministers. These are the same persons that will manage the expected loan! *In 2018 the court ordered President Buhari to prosecute the Senators that padded our 2016 national budgets by 481 billion naira which is around $1.5 billion. The President intentionally refused to comply with court order. That amount could have built 10 hospitals in each of the 36 states of Nigeria. *Politicians continue to rig elections to impose poor leadership. *Nigerians are currently escaping hardship. We are the highest number of Africans that die on the Meditarranean Sea in search of greener pastures. *After looting, they impose taxes on us. VAT has just been increased from 5 to 7.2%, including the introduction of other bank service charges. *Insecurity and the inability of government to provide stable electricity has further compounded the challenges of production. Unemployment rate will jump to 33.5% in year 2020. *   Many states in Nigeria are currently struggling to pay salaries and the minimum wage which is barely $84 monthly. Kogi State of Nigeria currently owe 39 months salary arrears to its 7000 teachers. Former State governors stole so much money and left their various states in huge debts. Nobody is asking them. * Nigeria spends over 50% of her budget in paying old debts. Our future as a country has been robbed by an extremely greedy few! WE SAY A RESOUNDING NO!! TO FURTHER DEBTS BY THOSE THAT HAVE REFUSED TO ACCOUNT TO US. THIS HARDSHIP MUST NOT CONTINUE!!! HE THAT GOES BORROWING GOES SORROWING. *Powered by the GLOBAL COALITION FOR SECURITY AND DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA.    

    Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria
    2,361 supporters