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Monday, October 12, 2020

Celebrating Nigerian Woman Aisha Yesufu And All Those Who Died To #EndSARS

 

This is thanking and celebrating all those who risked their lives to add value to the #EndSARS protests that paid off....

They were shot at,stoned at,tear gassed and water gassed but they held on..

RIP to all those who lost their lives....They didn't die for nothing....#EndSARS was successful.









65 comments:

  1. So proud of Nigerian youths! Finally awakened

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    1. The #SARS protests should now be changed to #weneedjobs. Get the momentum going!

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    2. As the saying goes, if you want something done, get a woman to do it.

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    3. The next tag should be #bubumustgo

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    4. Yes let's harsh tag
      #buhari must step down

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  2. Nigeria Youths took it back...Aisha Yesufu Mehn we need strong women like you...This is the true definition of STRENGTH..RIP to Isiaq and others we lost their lives..You will never be forgotten..

    Stella the youth blocked Lekki Toll Gate..I am more than elated..let me go back to twitter and keep retweeting..

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  3. I celebrate Aisha Yusuf πŸ’ͺ🏽πŸ’ͺ🏽

    I pray for the repose of the souls of all those that their lives were cut short by SARS πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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  4. #Endsars hasn't ended successfully. They did not sack any SARS operative, did they?
    They "disbanded them, but will reconstitute another security outfit to fight robbers..." wasn't that what we read yesterday?
    So where will they get those to reconstitute, imported from America?
    πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    1. You sound as if you are not happy with the protest. Are you benefitting from SARS operatives? There should not be any vacuum in the police department to fight crime. No one is saying the Police should not reconstitute another crime force.

      They will reconstitute another crime department from the population of police force or recruit new people and train them and not import from America.

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    2. @Baltika
      Nay, they will re-clothe same SARS operatives and give them better guns.
      How will you know the difference? I am not happy with the lawlessness of the protests
      and the deaths. And the fact that other pressing social issues in Nigeria are ignored.

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    3. Yes there are other pressing issues, but you would agree we have to start somewhere. Thank God for the success of this outcry. Welldone Nigerian youths. Welldone Aisha Yesufu and all the celebrities that stood firm. Together we make Nigeria a better country.

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  5. This woman is really brave! Where is Oby Ezekwesili????

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  6. Aisha Yesufu, the Queen Amina of our time πŸ™πŸΌπŸ‘

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    1. Exactly. To think she comes from the part of the country where women are to be seen but not heard! I admire this woman!

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    2. She is from edo state



      Jums

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  7. The power of unity.
    May the soul's of those who lost there lives Rest in peace.

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  8. Aisha Yesufu,
    I Stan.
    You showed me that you are not just a talker.
    You actually walk the talk.
    Kudos for your courage and ability to stand in the face of impending danger.

    A Queen you are!!!
    Nigeria will be great.

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  9. Oh yea. The lady is too much. One tweet had it that he would tell his grandchildren that this Aisha's #ENDSARS iconic image is the statue of liberty in Nigeria.

    Rip to everyone that died protesting

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  10. Very brave woman
    RIP to those who lost their lives, may their loved ones be comforted.

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  11. RIP brave Aisha Yusuf...

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    1. She’s not late oo.

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    2. She is still very much alive o ma/sir

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    3. RIP ke...she is alive dear.
      So proud of this woman!

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    4. God forbid o.
      Our Aisha Yesufu will not die in Jesus name. Amen.

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    5. Hian! Read properly before commenting.

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    6. She is not dead please

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    7. Mbok. ..she haff not die. ....

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    8. Sorry for misunderstanding the post....

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  12. Aisha Yusuf my twitter mum, my notification is turned on for her ..
    She talks and walk it.. I luv her, we need more women like her. Amazon
    Rip to the departed souls

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  13. Her name has already made history in Nigeria. Such courage and bravery from a woman.. πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺTogether we are stronger..

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  14. I wish I can completely rejoice over this disbandment issue. These men have been moved into other branches of the police force. Does that change them from their brutality?
    Best thing should have been to move them to the North to fight boko haram since they claim to have so much zeal to work.
    Bottom line,the government is beginning to see the power of social media.

    We are here congratulating this lady but one confused man/woman is talking about how Aisha is homophobic. Like what's your sexuality got to do with the lives of several law abiding Nigerians.

    Biko take it with the errors like that

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  15. Aisha Yusuf thanks for standing up for Nigerian Youth.
    #EndSars

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  16. Icon ✌️✌️ RIP Aisha Yusuf

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  17. Icon ✌️✌️ RIP Aisha Yusuf

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    1. She is not dead, don’t mistake Isiak Jimoh as her.!

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    2. Paris abeg no fall hand na..ewo no RIP Aisha Yusuf.u even posted it twice...I thought u were one....chick fa!😫

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    3. Which kind wahala be this? Person no die!!!!!!

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  18. God bless you dear Aisha, woman of honour. Where is Naira Marley?Lol

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  19. I love this woman already! Very strong and brave.

    Rip to the departed. May their souls rest in peace.

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  20. Please she is not dead o

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  21. They named her Nigerian statue of liberty, she deserves it. Most people will make it to UK or some other European country and keep renting how Nigeria is a zoo, Aisha came back to her roots with a bag full of courage to fight for a better nation. Shes loved and embraced

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  22. Don't we ever read to comprehend in this country? People just jumped into post and comment bollocks. The post never said that Aisha is dead yet some kept saying RIP.WTF! The statue of Liberty is what came to my mind when i saw her #ENDSARS powerful image. Her bravery is extraordinary.

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  23. Aisha is the sort of woman that truly inspires pride in womanhood; not questionable feminists baring boobs and butts up and down like demented airheads.

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    1. 14:24 this your comment carries the day❕πŸ‘ŒπŸ’―%✔️πŸ†πŸŽ–️

      In fact it should be FRAMED and POSTED on SOCIAL MEDIA/INSTAGRAM "HALL OF QUOTES" ❗πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  24. That picture couldn't have captured it all better. Truly iconic.

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  25. Shame on you Paris sahara,yinmu

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  26. and wee think stenght is by showing bress and ass everywhere, Go aisha Go

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  27. Queen Amina of our time.she is a brave woman.May GOD continue to protect her.

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  28. This wowan is a brave activist not those slaymamas we need more of this kind of women in Nigeria

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  29. Soon she will be given federal appointment

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  30. A truly brave woman.
    I stan and re-stan( whatever that means)

    All hail Queen Aisha!!!

    Respects, ma.πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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