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Sunday, February 14, 2021

Amnesty International And Singer Rihanna React To The Use Of Torture On Peaceful Protesters At Lekki Toll Gate

 The event which unfolded at the Lekki tollgate on Saturday February 13th is a carryover from the #EndSARS protests which happened in October 2020 at the Lekki tollgate.....

History did not repeat itself but peaceful protesters were arrested and this is what Amnesty International reacted to.........









They have quickly released them on bail...LOL

36 comments:

  1. Stella they got bail after dehumanising them.
    This country hee.

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  2. Rihanna is an outsider peeping inside and doesn't know what's actually happening. She still thinks the EndSARS protest is about police brutality and doesn't know it's a political movement. If she'd known, she won't say such. She's been deceived like many international celebrities were deceived during the #LekkiLies.

    As for Amnesty International, they've shown that the Lekki protest is more important to them than the real Massacre of people going on in Ibadan, Oyo State. Not a single mention of the killings of Northers so far on their handle. It shows where their loyalty lies and who they are working for. God is watching all the enemies of Nigeria and he'll repay all of them one after the other

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    1. Do you have an idea what "human right" is all about? You've often displayed your lack of empathy on this blog, so I shouldnt be surprised at your deranged utterances. This is what we suffer in the blogosphere when an Aboki chewing kola is handed a smart phone that's smarter than him.

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    2. Oponu nie!!

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    3. Talking about the northern massacre, can you show is prove of it.. where are the bodies? It's all liesπŸ˜’πŸ˜’..
      I mean, coming from an empty head who said same when the lekki massacre happened.. Nonsense boy.. so now you see how painful it is to deny the obvious when souls were lost..

      Now talking of the attack of northerners in oyo, did you take time to find out what caused it? Your brother hit a pregnant woman who challenged him for pouring dirt in front of her shop, when a yoruba guy challenged him for behavior stupidly, he hit the guy with ring charm which lead to his death.. now all these are happening on their land oh.. is that how other tribe behave in the north.. I have witnessed a Hausa bike rider in Lagos who drove one way and caused and accident, instead of apologising, he brought out a knife and was threatening to stab people..

      Talk to your brothers to learn to behave civil.. to solve this problem, it has to be solved from the root not it's branches. Blame the action not the reaction. Treat an issue before it becomes a problem..

      Why am I even wasting my time with you sef.. shebi you still call lekki massacre lies.. in that respect, I summit that there was also no attack in omo yesterday..

      Enjoy..
      Nonsense boy

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    4. Few typographical errors mahn..
      Typed in anger..
      Please bear with me

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    5. I love you Dante!. School the fool!

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    6. Concisely written @Dante, you dey mind that obtuse.

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    7. You have shit for brains

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    8. To the fool above where was your mouth when your brothers where killing, raping and kidnapping people in the south or when southerners are been killed in the north. Nonsense! You people sense of entitlement is disgusting! Everyone is tired. Let’s divide and you northerners can go and join Niger for all we care. Bunch of hypocrites without shame

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    9. Thank you Dante.
      No massacre happened, periodt!!!

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    10. Samurai, your last paragraph "When an Aboki chewing kola is
      handed a smart phone that's
      smarter than him." made my day. You said it better.

      Dante, leave the small ball.

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    11. Dante the man, always giving it hot hot the way it is.

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    12. Eesah, I told you last week that it is easy for you to talk without sense and empathy when it is not happening to you. I also told you that hope your stance will still be the same when it hits home/close to home.

      As you said consistently that there was no massacre in Lekki, there was no killings in Oyo state. Produce a single corpse of any Northerner killed in Oyo state, then I will be inclined to take you serious.

      For now it is ntorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. You haven't started crying yet, when you cry blood that is when we know you have started.

      Heartless human being. Choke on your hate.

      Stella, abeg post my comment.

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    13. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix14 February 2021 at 13:32

      Samurai and Danye you have got a new admirer.

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    15. Eesah, why are you just complicating yourself?

      Only you said there was no lekkiTollGateMassacre, only you said there was no army at the tollgate, only you said they did not shoot at anyone, only you said it was Buhari that sent them.

      Where is the massacre in Ibadan?

      You are behaving like the aboki that you truly are.

      Pick a struggle, will you?

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  3. Speaking out on social media and posting hashtags on Twitter never accomplished anything. Did the BLM hashtags end police brutality? Did all those End SARS hashtags actually change anything? You see Nigerian entertainers are quiet

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  4. Bail no be free again?

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  5. I'd whole heartedly give my solidarity and support from a distance, to any able and strong youth protesting peacefully against any form of inhumanity in Nigeria, but I can never risk my neck for this third world country.... I've always said it that I'd rather die ontop unclean toto than die for a country like Nigeria, waste of good death! I'm glad Nigerian youths are starting to smell the coffee, although a good number of them are still comatose. Spineless & liquor courage has taken over the social influencers & "celebrities", I applaud Macaroni for such lion bravery, he will be remembered for such display of sheer bravery.
    Fact: If the slaves captured by Americans in the 17/18th century were all just Nigerians, I can bet you slavery wouldnt have been abolished till date, cus they'd quickly & deliberately develop Stockholm syndrome for their captors.... while saying "make we leave am for God hand".... ""God will fight our battles" that's a stupid and crippled mindset. If you cant be on the battle ground (Lekki) dont stand in the way of the soldiers (Youth)
    baise la peur

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    1. Speaking from both sides of your mouth. Pick a struggle biko. You will rather die "on top unclean toto" yet you condemn other Nigerians having same mindset.

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    2. 9:40.
      You dont read to understand.
      He didnt condemn anybody.

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  6. Gwagon have you been released?

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    1. Omg, was she arrested too?😭

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    2. I supported the October protest. But the youths lost the plot. The protest ought to have stopped after the president accepted their demands. But the youths were still protesting days after. If they had stopped the protest after the the president accepted their demands, the toll gate killings and the massive destruction of government and private properties would have been avoided. People who were protesting for the first time in their lives started blaming the older generations for doing nothing since independence. Imagine the nonsense. For me it was too early for another protest. Businesses that were affected during the looting that followed the October protest are still to restocking and rebuilding

      The youths must learn how to negotiate. Every war ends on the negotiating table. They should have negotiated after their five demands were accept. But they felt they could intimidate and cow the government. Even when the likes of Doyin Okupe begged them to negotiate. At the end the protest did not succeed in achieving anything. It only led to pains and deaths

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    3. @ Gifty, she claimed she was at the protest ground yesterday except she was there in spirit, let her tell us if she was arrested.

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  7. This protesters will return with another game plan like an ambush, thats what I suspect.

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  8. At this point it's safe to say that Nigeria and Nigerians are not worth fighting for but that wouldn't be hinderance to me 'cause God knows I'M NOT DOING THIS FOR THE CAMERA OR FOR PUBLIC APPRAISAL I JUST WANT A BETTER TOMORROW.. A very very prominent man I don't even know how he got my number called me 19:35 yesterday first thing he did was to mention my full name next question that followed was "why do you want to die young"? He said look around you how many youth did you see gyrating? Nigeria has lost hope since time immemorial so why are you fighting a lost battle as beautiful as you are? He said something that made me weep uncontrollable he said, if we want to the loyalty of these people it's just to cough out some million or issue a stern warning to them he told me that if you read their stories they are neither here nor there if truly they stand for solidarity their method of blogging will be different (he was talking about a blog on IG) he mentioned like 6 high brand influencers on Twitter they've bought them over but you will hardly know because their stories are somewhat coated to be against the March these people/brands knows themselves I don't care about them if they have conscience, they'd fight for the truth. IT IS WELL that's all I can say. Leaving Nigeria is not my problem,egging everyone on from a far away country is not my problem but I want to MARCH FOR A BETTER TOMORROW. IT IS WELL.On a norms I knew it will turn out crazy Nobody should ask me about arrest if we collectively come together as one with one mind and aim we will make an impact.

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    1. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix14 February 2021 at 13:36

      I love you. All you said is true. Nigeria is not worth dying for. Weep no more dear

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    2. Lol, it is people like you we are talking about.

      No, you didn't go to any protest ground, that was a figment of your imagination. Your own protest is online which is fine but stop deceiving others to go and protest so they don't get killed like chickens. Nigeria is not worth dying for. This is a military era not civilian one.

      Read Alexander's comment and digest it. What an elder sees.....

      A lot of you think it is by gra gra. Those who died in the last protest are yet to get justice and will never get justice. They are a loss to their families and friends.

      We do not want any more deaths so soon, businesses are yet to recover, some have even folded up.

      This is the time to be reasonable and put on our thinking cap.

      Our leaders do not care, Buhari will turn a deaf ear if 1000 people are killed. Nothing will happen, the International bodies will only condemn and it ends there. I repeat this war cannot be won by gra gra, let us be wise and stop hiding in our homes while pushing others to their deaths.

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    3. I don't know why I had to curse to prove my stance matter of fact y'all if you believe I was there good! If you believe I have never been there still good. But I still say if truly what you said that I wasn't there is true,let God Almighty jugde me.

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    4. My darling, your curses hold no water.
      We all want the best for our country albeit reasonably and without unnecessary blood shed.

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