Age long, uprisings of all sorts have always had negative impacts on the social architecture of societies.
These usually include a rupture of the peace and the deflation of order that halts businesses and normalcy.
The Sokoto state upheavals which transpired following the arrest of some of the killers of Deborah Samuel, the alleged blasphemous student of a college of education is obviously one of such disturbances.
We at CSR Reporters are bothered that the texture, tincture, structure, nature and stature of corporate concerns will be mutilated, a development that will take negative toll on the GDP and the PCI of the state nay citizens.
Our worry stemmed from video footages from the protest which revealed attacks on shopping complexes, churches and some other places of economic significance.
There is no gain saying that, what is supposed to be addressed within the purview of relevant laws has snowballed into crisis of sanguinary level.
CSR Reporters do not only lament the development that heralded the ensuing protests, but also frowns at the lawlessness and impunity of the protesters who have proved that they are not governed by the laws of the federal republic of Nigeria.
Factually, the taking of the life of citizen Deborah on grounds of religion sentiments is condemnable, and proceeding to destroy property and disturb the peace of all is another unpardonable criminality by a people who should go contrite.
We use this opportunity to call on relevant authorities to expedite action to bring the culprits to justice. As the president has said in his statement, justice must be served on all who have perpetrated evil.