Get Inspired: A friend of Mine Wrote: "My biggest problem now is not subsidy! Why don't we do the same form of reaction as we're all doing for subsidy on Boko haram? Should We conclude that it is because the bulk of their wicked acts is on christians or we just keep quiet until we're all dead? I've been sleeping in the hospital (On duty) for the past 2 nights seeing innocent people who were shot in their church while praying. In fact, because of the smell coming from the corpses, I can hardly go to the unit. I've been dispensing drugs to their friends and relatives and from the prescriptions I've seen, I can imagine the pains they're going through because even with the doses of pain killers, they're still crying. We need to stand for peace and the total removal of Boko Haram and all forms of insecurity in our country. Their sponsors should be found and prosecuted because we're tired of hearing Government tell us that the actors will be "brought to book" and unfortunately, we've not seen that "book." So let's stop emphasising about subsidy alone because we face other more serious issues. At least, with fuel subsidy removal,( even though am not for it) we're going to suffer in our spending but with Boko Haram, we're suffering the lost of lives and unbearable pains." After reading it, ι subscribe to it in totality as our problem as a nation is beyond Fuel subsidy removal alone... So taking them one after the other as suggested by some Nigerians will mean like staying until the day after forever to solve Nigeria's problems. This a passionate appeal to all Nigerians who have been in the streets to salvage this nation to put this issue of insecurity as a reason for the protest side by side the issue of fuel subsidy removal. That's what we'll keep doing when we're in the streets protesting. We're a democracy and the voices of the masses matters. Therefore, the government should reconsider it's decisions because majority of Nigerians are suffering. With the standard of living so low, most people will have to skip meals to survive! While having just one meal in the stomach, we're left with fear of the ultimate, -Death! The government should act NOW not tomorrow before we all die! The issue of fuel subsidy removal should be put aside and let the country focus on the security of lives and properties because without life, No one will enjoy anything left. The necessary drivers of the economy should be put in place before any thought of asking Nigerians to make some sacrifices to move the economy forward. Unemployment lingers as corruption is almost a second name this country is known with. It's a passionate appeal from Us here to salvage Nigeria! #NoToFuelSubsidyRemovalAndInsecurity.