‘I am tired of fighting’, released-from-detention controversial change agent confesses


Efio-Ita Nyok|23 May 2017 
Released-from-police-detention controversial social change agent, Joseph Odok Esq., Ph.D, has revealed that he is tired of fighting because there's nothing left to fight NegroidHaven has learnt. 
Yesterday, 22 May Mr Odok posted a statement credited to one Aarti Khurana which reads thus: 'My silence means I am tired of fighting and now there is nothing left to fight for. My silence means I am tired of explaining my feelings to you but now I don’t have the energy to explain them anymore. My silence means I have adapted to the changes in my life and I don’t want to complain. 

'My silence means I am on a self healing process and I am trying to forget everything I ever wanted from you. My silence means I am just trying to move on gracefully with all my dignity'. 

Mr Odok made this post immediately after being released from the custody of the Nigerian Police. He was also seen to be say —'I am out of detention, nothing criminal was found to indict me. I thank God I have been vindicated of any criminal issue. My fans should stay all comments and actions until matters are administratively sorted out'. 
Khurana's comments as used by Odok is quite troubling —is the social change agent retiring from activism totally in the attempt to 'move on gracefully with all my dignity'? Will Odok now be choosy in his battles or be consistent in fighting everybody all at the same time, making enemies every and anywhere? His fans do certainly needs answers. 
Recall that Mr Odok was incarcerated by the Nigerian Police particularly the State Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Diamond Hill, Calabar on Saturday 20 May.  

Efio-Ita Nyok
Is a Blogger, the Editor & Publisher of NegroidHaven.org