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Sunday, June 21, 2020

Malians Protest For The Resignation Of Their President

Thousands of Malians on Friday gathered in the country's capital, Bamako, calling for the President Ibrahim Boubacar KeΓ―ta to resign because of escalating jihadist and inter-communal violence.
They demand political and economic reform.




32 comments:

  1. When I read Malian,my first thought was Marlians now have a President? I was already heading to Naira Marley’s page to checkout the commotion going on there.before it dawned on me that we have a country called Mali.

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    1. Marlians, braver and stronger than Nigerians, here is the proof

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    2. I knew immediately it was Mali the country because the title said they were protesting for the resignation of their president.

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    3. I'm telling you πŸ˜‚

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    4. 1st to comment???πŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌ

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    5. I thought same, I was like are this people serious by having a president for what.

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    6. I thought it was Naira Marley’s people as well🀣🀣

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    7. I first saw Mallams(relating it to the insecurity in Kastina),then Marlians, before the correct Malians.
      Malians I am very proud of you people, unlike my country, if I say make I go protest people go say who send this one work or they will say dis 1 don chop belleful na imm make am dey protest. I pity us ooo.

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    8. I was like "Marlians bawo" ?? President keh? Na so my brain boot "oh Mali"

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  2. When I saw Malians, I thought it was Malians πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

    That protest is the kind of thing that cannot happen in Nigeria because of you know, tribal and religious bias.

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  3. When I first saw the heading of the post, I thought it was about Naira Marley 🀭

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  4. Still waiting for when Nigerians will stand up against our government like this.

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  5. Why did i think dey were referring to Naira marley b4 reading it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Me too oh🀣🀣🀣,I was like eh😒

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    2. Me four🀣🀣🀣

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  6. A country that knows what it wants and can speak in one voice to get it...

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  7. Haven't worse shit happen in Nigeria from the Islamists jihadist and herders and yet no one is protesting. Malians have proven to be responsible citizens unlike their counterpart in Nigeria still romancing with the government in suffering and smiling kinda attitude. When we say Nigeria is irredeemably destroyed, we make no apologies to that assertion.

    Nigeria is gradually being left behind by other sensible African countries.

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  8. Soon and very soon, such protest fo reach Nigeria

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  9. Lol. Naira Marley, see what you've caused. I also thought I read "marlians"

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  10. At first I thought it was Naira Marley and his followers.
    It is well

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  11. The kind of crowd out there.... is there no coro in Mali?

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  12. Nigerians need this kind of boldness but fear,threat from the oppressors (politicians) and tribalism will let us indulge in this.

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    1. Tribalism is the major problem amongst us

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    2. Noooo..Until we dont benefit from corruption by calling it connection

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  13. Time is coming

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  14. Please tell Marlians they have another president in Nigeria, that they can install him, if the current president resigns. We don't in Nigeria don't need his unrulling attitudes anymore.

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