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Friday, February 12, 2021

Early Morning Memo To Occupy Lekki Tollgate Protester's...


 

30 comments:

  1. Hmmmmmm. I am supporting the protest on social media.

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  2. People should just place a premium on their lives and stay in their houses. The value on people's lives here is zero o.

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    1. Do you know that there are many who think it's no use being alive due to what they have been through?

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    2. If your our forefathers had your kinda mentality, you presently would be a slave in a white man's house. Walking around nakes and flogged for any slight mistake you make.

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  3. Military in power, this same people sponsored protest during Jonathan's reign. God is too patient! #spotremover#

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    1. Over patient I must say.

      They think that all power belongs to them..

      People should stay back at home. Nigeria is not worth the effort.

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    2. Same thing I said to someone yesterday.

      It's really painful

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  4. By tonight, we'll find out.

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    1. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix12 February 2021 at 09:52

      God be with you. Please be very careful. I know how much I cried in Oct 2020 and I don't want to cry again. Please

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  5. Ooh God how do we escape this fucked up government?

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  6. Peole should protest online and value their lifes.
    The people in power don't fucking care as long as is not their children's life. Everyone should stay in their houses please.

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    1. When had a protest online been taken serious? That na just internet rant, not protest

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    2. This is what they want. Intimidate and strip you of your fundamental human rights. Protest online? Who's gonna take you serious?? Keep being a coward so your generation to come would still find themselves in this mess of a system.

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  7. It's really sad to be a Nigerian at this time. Messed up country with devilish leaders.

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  8. Me too I don't support this protest oh, they should protest online cos this government doesn't give two fucks about the life of it's citizens.

    We should know when to draw the line.

    Please, for the sake of your loved ones, stay home and protest online.

    We don't want a repeat of what happened on the 20.10.2020.

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  9. E ri oju e bi ti ole(thief).

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  10. Hmmm. Weapon ready Police force. Stay away folks.

    The next protest in Lagos is surely gonna be spontaneous, the tension is too high. My prayer is that we find our ways home safely that day wherever anyone is coming from.
    I have placed a permanent sandals in my car so on the day of eventuality I run with it.

    The system is nearing elastic limit and the youths are ANGRILY HUNGRY.
    This is a Revolution at our doorstep.

    APC do something now, please. Na beg we dey beg o.

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    1. *I have placed a permanent sandals in my car so on the day of eventuality I run with it.*😂

      This go me laughing so hard, imagining you leaving your car and running 🤣🤣🤣😂.

      But you are spot on, one day monkey go go market....

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    2. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix12 February 2021 at 09:51

      Honestly it has gone plastic. The elastic limit don expire.

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    3. You laughed because you do not understand the severity of what xp typed.

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  11. They are systematically stripping Nigerians of their power to protest and speak against evil and injustice

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  13. ...these bastards think because the have arms and ammunition they can silence us like that? You brought war tank did your worst don't worry the island boys are coming prepared this time.

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  14. Someday a revolution will happen in this country where men and women will defy death to see change happen. People had to pay in various ways and even the supreme price in societies we admire today before things changed.

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  15. Country hard already pls naaaa..

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  16. The government has created monsters of its people the youths. They will have to deal with it. Some people believe in if we perish we perish and those ones you cant threaten "the monsters you made!"

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  17. I don't support violence but this government will one day meet somebody wey won die because they won't be spared too...they are pushing Nigeria to her elastic limit.
    Unfortunately, no one will cry for them, only their children.
    Na half word we dey tell a responsible man!

    I just wonder if they thought they will have this power they are abusing forever because I don't understand this wickedness towards your fellow human beings.
    Like someone mentioned, you see that God, I dey salute His patience morning, day and night.
    Kabiesi!
    We shall overcome someday sha!!✊✊

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