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Tuesday, June 02, 2020

Nigerians Protest The Death Of Unarmed American George Floyd At US Embassy In Abuja



Some Nigerians in Abuja on Tuesday protested the death of unarmed US Citizen George Floyd who died under the knees of a Police Officer...

When did it become Black life matters?LMAO








75 comments:

  1. Just negodu demonstration..lol.
    Rip Floyd

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    1. Mtcheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew, afi black "life" naa πŸ™„πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜.
      Yeye peepu

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    2. Yet they couldn't stage a protest over all the innocent people SARS have been killing?? They don't even know what their problem is...

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    3. Boko haram and fulani herdsmen has been killing you people in Nigeria for years now,no demonstration,you won't pluck the fly in your own eyes before you get involve with other people's business,set awΓ²n senseless idiots*****talking of which,are fulani herdsmen and boko haram on lockdown as well?they seem to have seized fire since corona virus pandemic

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    4. And why should they not protest. Are there not black immigrants in the US who have been affected by police brutality too.

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    5. So I heard "YOU" murdered George Floyd. Yes " YOU" the blacks who refused to instill VALUES & PURPOSE in our generation. Yes "YOU" who is making a mockery of the true fight against " RACISM " fought by our heroic forefathers. Yes "YOU" who have resorted to vandalism, destruction and robbery as "OUR" response to George's death. And "YOU" who constantly portray mediocre, vulgarity, nudity, cultism, and thuggery and other vises as "OUR" image.

      When will 'WE ' be honest with ourselves. Why must we ALWAYS be the VICTIMS?

      "WE" are NOT the only race in the world.

      It is TIME for us come together and build a generation of "HONEST, LAW ABIDING, PEACE LOVING " BLACKS with one voice of integrity. Then we can tackle RACISM even before it strikes.

      Let's RAISE less DYSFUNCTIONAL, AGGRESSIVE AND VIOLENT people..

      Take the challenge, it's OUR RESPONSIBILITY. Stop murdering my brothers and sisters. Stand up for our good cause and see it to the END. Don't come PROTESTING when I'm dead. Change a bill today.

      The time is NOW!!!!!

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    6. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  2. The one happening under your nose
    Una no go protest for that one
    Mtchewwwwwwww

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    1. This charity should have began at home but no wahala

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    2. Exactly what I intend to say
      This is just a show off oooooo

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    3. Nawa oooo see our own wet boku for backyard we no demonstrate.

      We haven't taken to the streets for the undergraduate and Tina. It is Floyd we are demonstrating for. Chei! Misplaced energy and priorities.

      People are looking for ways to go out. The lockdown has taken it's toll. And people want to be free is my thinking for this demonstration. Otherwise i don't get it....

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    4. Mum SDK:
      This charity should have BEGUN...

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  3. πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”!they should all be arrested!!! Mad people!! Such hypocrisy!!a country that lays 100% emphasis on state of origin as against merit!! The division here is worse than racism!

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    1. Arrested kwa? LMAO.
      Una no go kill person here.

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  4. Misplaced priorities....

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  5. As angry as this is,I can’t help but laugh.

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  6. What are we going to call this one now?
    Stupidity? poverty? boredom? Joblessness? 🀦

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  7. Awon oponu,misplaced priorities

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    1. I'm telling you
      See all the trending devastating stories just this week alone .
      They're not protesting against those ones .

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    2. @Jay, e no reach make person vex? @choco baby,i honestly don't know how we got to this point.

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  8. Attention seekers. Why not protest the killings in Nigeria

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    1. Don't mind them, misplaced priorities. Charity begins at home.

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  9. Shameless people that doesn't care about the numerous atrocities that is being committed under their nose.

    Nigerian Police kill Nigerians almost weekly or monthly, I have never seen any of these people protesting on behalf of the dead Nigerians.

    But, these people are quick to stage protest for Americans.
    Misplaced priorities.

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    1. It's very vexatious πŸ₯Ί !!
      I mean with everything going on here .
      Well they've been noticed .

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    2. Nigeria ahas dos much violence and blood shed we need to sort that one out our hands are full here

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  10. Chaii! SMH.
    Misplaced priorities, shame come leave them dey catch me. Yes George Floyd died a heart wrenching gruesome death, we all are saddened by the event but dear whoever you people doing this protest are, ifele anemekwa unu? are you people not ashamed at all?? The whole world is seeking for justice for Floyd but who is seeking for justice and a better life as a Nigerian citizen for each and everyone of you displaying that show of shame??
    Why leave demanding justice for Tina Ezekwe, Vera omozuwa and also protesting against bad leaderships from our leaders over an American citizen that the whole world are already fighting for?? See why Nigeria will never get it right and why our politicians will never take us seriously because some of you actually make it seem like we're not serious as a people, smh.

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  11. Stupid people they did not protest that fulani bandits killed 74 people in sokoto state and 15 in kaduna just last week,

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  12. Even the constant killing of YOUR fellow Nigerians every day by the fulani herdsmen and your Governments keeping mute about it, that one too is not worth being protested for or against?? Nsogbu dikwanu n'oboda oo.

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  13. I don't know why I find this funny...

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  14. Those are the real lazy Nigerian youths. Stupidness at it's peak

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  15. Nigerian n butt lickers, u see d protesters n organizers r let me call it d way am feeling brain dead. We have our own matter that is hurting us bitterly they should pls stop carry other peoples matter for head yl dragging theres

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  16. It's not misplaced priorities at all. African Americans are part of Africans. If they weren't taken into slavery, they would have been living on the continent.
    Slavery was and still is a horror.

    It's not that the plight of black Africans on the continent are better under the leadership of same Africans but they would not be 4th class citizens in a foreign land.

    I don't know why Blacks and Jews are the most hated races in the world without any justification.πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ’”

    #GeorgeFloyd #ICan'tBreathe #Mama #JusticeOnTheLeftPeaceOnTheRight✊✊

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    1. My dear, you've said nothing but the absolute truth, but we are against it for the fact that those shameless people up there aren't doing this same protest for their fellow Nigerians being butchered almost every day by Fulani-herdsmen, they aren't doing the same protest for their fellow Nigerian citizens especially men killed almost every week by the Nigerian police and tagged yahoo Boys, just this week alone, we're mourning and seeking justice for the case of rape and brutal murder of a young Nigerian student,we're also mourning and demanding justice for the killing of a teenage Nigerian girl killed by the Nigerian police that were meant to protect her. So you see, it's all misplaced priorities and attention seeking because they've left their own house that is on fire to go quench other people's own.

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    2. CHISOM, true but you know if they try protesting any of those bad things going on back home, they would be brutalized without hesitation.

      You won't even come out to join the protest.
      See how they got to Tuface and people were there trolling him on SM for not going ahead with the protest.
      Why didn't the trolls jump on the front line and lead that protest then? πŸ˜”πŸ˜’

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    3. Oh Chisom one cold coke and shawarma for you

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    4. Anon 20:19, not all protests will lead to violence. Sometimes all it takes is to take a step. Yesterday we joined a protest for Uwa. It was totally peaceful even as there was so much anger.
      Nobody came to brutalize anybody. Sometimes all it takes, is a step.

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    5. Jezz! @Anony 20:36,see how you just mentioned the two things I really love eating, hot shawarma and a chilled coke! Damnn, I'm craving!! πŸ˜©πŸ˜©πŸ˜©πŸ˜‚, love you boo❤️❤️😍.

      @Anony20:19,you said the truth oo, but since they were brave enough to proteste in our yeye lawless country, why didn't they channel it into the issues affecting them, me, you and the entire Nigerians?? the world is already on Floyd's case so they should let us have a sane and clear view biko.

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  17. Charity they say begin at home, den no stage protest for Tina that was shot by a police man in Nigeria oooo, na America own den stage protest for...

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  18. Stylishly looking for visas?

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    1. Visa to Somalia set they wont see

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ oh Lord. Who are these guys bikonu? Una no go kill me this night.

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  19. Shame leave them catch me..... See person papas chasing clout. Damn!

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  20. 🀦🀦🀦🀦🀦

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  21. Shame on them!
    Rest in peace George

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  22. Watin go kill Nigerians no be copy copy...be disgracing somebody anyhow

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  23. I find this protest very funny.
    I just don't understand the matter with some people in this country.
    😒😒😒😒😒

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  24. Notice me, okay. Noticed,faces on social media.

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  25. So some of una not sharp for this blog,this na format nah to collect money.

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  26. I called this misplaced priority. Instead of them to protest against the ills that is happening in their country, they are channelling their strength to things that won't protect their girl child

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  27. Let them protest in peace. How many Nigerian immigrants and visitors in the US have been treated like shit because of the skin they are in. The whole world protested against Boko Haram and retweeted and reposted to bring awareness to the issue and they did not have to because they are not Nigerians. But now Nigerians are showing solidarity for their black brothers and sisters elsewhere and it bothers so many. Who is stopping anyone from protesting against Fulani herdsmen, you can protest for both and who says these ppl did not protest the herdsmen already. Empty barrels as listsaking the most noise while they sit and contribute to nothing on earth.

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  28. Lazy Nigerian youths😁 the same black american that will call you a black monkey. Leave them to deal with their ish and deal with yours

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  29. They are American citizens living in Nigeria.

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  30. Oversabi na im make Agbede short, shioor.

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  31. Some of these people protesting I believe have dual citizenship and the situation might affect them one way or the other.

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  32. So much energy yet you cannot channel that same energy on issues on home soil. We went on a protest march for Uwa yesterday. People like these will not come for. I am not saying Floyd's death is not important but common! The ones in your backyard nko

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  33. if you dont family in the US, just waka pass.. Na una dey make noise pass.
    When police start brutality, them no dey ask are you African American or Nigerian American or American American. Blacks are at risk period!

    This is why Oyibo people milk Afica eveytime! Our own people mocking our own people for doing the right thing just because they are our people! Imagine!

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  34. Look at them. Copy copy mumu people.

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  35. Abegi,they should shift one side.Ndi protesters of life.Have they addressed the ones happening in their own country.Okay,we've noticed you,NEXT!!!

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  36. The comments here are funny, although I don't agree with them.
    I see nothing wrong with the protests. One can organise or join whichever cause he wants.
    RIP Gorge Floyd.

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  37. Btw the protests are good. We should also protest injustices in Naija too though. Charity begins at home but “ injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere”! Motives matter!

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  38. Jobless people. Your house is on fire are you are poke nosing in your neighbor's house that is on fire. Your own go burn reach ground before you do amebo come back.

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