Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Happy Democracy Day ....

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Monday, 12 June 2017

Happy Democracy Day ....

 Happy Democracy day Nigeria!.....

LIVES ON!!!



Do you Remember this day and how it imprinted itself on Nigeria's history?
Some people even named their kids JUNE 12 in remembrance..

RIP to all those who lost their lives over the June 12 brouhaha many years back....



22 comments:

Phenomenal woman said...

A very remarkable day indeed. M.K Abiola will never be forgotten. The elections, military intervention, lives lost and the effect of deep rooted corruption in the Nigerian political system.
God help Nigeria.

Cynthia Iyede said...

Yea I still remember.

MhizVee said...

But I'm going to work today πŸ˜•

ukwu dimond said...

June 12 is a day to always remember, may their continue to rest in peace.

seyi afolabi said...

Can we just get over this June 12 fever already!
History have it that every incoming politician come to the media armed with juicy promises to develop the nation and everyone of dem do the exact opposite wen dey got there.....what makes us thinks mko becoming a leader wuld AV been different. The dude wasn't even as honest as people paint him to be....so let's just get over this June 12 BS and move on Abeg....kilode gan na

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Hmm

SWEETIE πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’– said...

June 12 is not just another calendar day in Nigeria; in progressive ideological circles, today is regarded as the authentic ‘Democracy Day’ as against the ‘May 29’ date popularly celebrated by the Federal Government.
The date is celebrated in honour of an annulled presidential election

That may sound strange to foreigners or young people without a knowledge of Nigerian history but the truth is ‘June 12’ is a celebration of an election won by the late chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola, born August 24, 1937, of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) on June 12, 1993. The results of the election were however annulled, a decision that plunged Nigeria into crisis.

Stella Igbokei said...

I am not understanding this post, To be sincere. Which one is democracy day again? Is it not may 29th again or have they cancel it?
June 12 1993 I was still a kid then u know and can't really take into account what was happening around me. All I could remember is that I was in villa playing with sands. Lolz

Miss Ess said...

It can nver6be forgotten

ChyAdaJesus said...

I still remember it, never forgotten....

Ed said...

Ubochi agbara oso Abiola,I was kinda very young then😏😏😏😏

Baby_kingsway said...

I wish I could relate but I was just 3yrs then. popsi moved us to the villa up avoid stories that touch. Speaking of which... Pops i don miss you die 😞😞

MrsB said...

Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola
How could I ever forget. The freest and fairest election in the history of Nigeria. Keep Resting in Peace, Aare Ona Kakanfo!

Gentlemans' Quarterly said...

Stella June 12 isn't democracy day, may 29th is, there have been many requests to the FG to mark it as democracy day by the likes of Femi Falana (Falz' dad) & co but, it has fallen on def ears. Today is just a day to remember him, as far as I know, only lagos and Ogun state honour the day, sometimes Lagos declares it public holiday when they are in the mood.

bigbanty said...

Mr man I guess you were not born then so you don't know much about June 12 just google and try read about it,probably you might get enlighten

Greatlady. said...

It's wasn't about about his person Seyi. It was about the day (JUNE 12). Go and read it up, then you will have a better understanding

Greatlady. said...

June 12 is supposed to be democracy day for Nigerians as against May 29th.
The day democracy was brutally strangled and buried. Since then, democracy has never been the same again

Anonymous said...

Receive your brain now. Amen!

Olaide Davies said...

Wow! I never knew Falz is Mr Falana's son.

Sunkanmi Shogbesan said...

Seyi incase u dnt knw, JUNE 12 was a date Nigerian voted for a Muslim-muslim ticket. It was a date d@ reminded of wen we was one Nigeria, nobody care wer u frm wat u worship. It was mainly wat u cn do, u knw it was a period when we com together and speak as one out of hope and faith in the future of dis COUNTRY. I grew up in agege and then we had igbo,hausa and n-deltan folks living wt us in peace and unity. I never heard of people calling d igbos crooks, yoruba cowards and hausas in-human den. It was a period, we seems to have lost forever no thanks to IBB/ABACHA. The ghost of june12 will forever hunts some families

Andre Cooper said...

One Igbo life is worth ten thousand Arewa's.

Anonymous said...

Haaa June 12, I can never never forget. Abiola, the president we never had. Ibb never expected Abiola to win. He made sure he wasted his money to purnish him. Abiola was a charming man. Very very funny man. When he comes to our house, we were always so happy cos that whole month is sure. Ibb, Evil genius indeed. Look at him now? Abiola is resting and Ibb is in so much pain. Leg no function. Irony of life . God has a purpose for everything. Rest In Peace baba kola, ologun dudu.

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