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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Yoruba Nation Protest - President Buhari's Supporters Hold Counter Protest In New York

To counter Yoruba Nation agitators protest in New York, President Buhari's Supporters organised a protest on Monday September 20,2021 also in New York










13 comments:

  1. Let them show us there international passport. We want to check something.

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  2. Are these Nigerians? If they are, do they have relatives in Nigeria? Were they paid to do this? They should have included in the placards that prices of foodstuffs and goods have gone down to pre OBJ times.

    I hope their conscience allows them enjoy the token given them.

    Shame.

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    1. They were paid. You think say na everyone wey dey abroad get money to chop? 🤨🤨

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  3. In all of these increment, my landlord has increased houserent by 100k.

    If i curse them ehn, it will affect their 3rd nd 4th generations. Theyre there in a saner clime supporting nonsense, why dem no stay for naija suffer with the common man? Or do they think ots everyone that has opportunity to chop money?

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  4. The problem with many of these 'diaspora Nigerians', is that they are so out of touch with present realities. Just take a look at the poster being held by the lady on the right : ' Nigerian Christians not targets of genocide or ethnic cleansing'. That right there is so insulting and so tone deaf to those who have lost their life this past year in the middle belt region. There is a genocide going on right before our eyes! That report that made it to former US VP Mike pence's table titled 'Nigeria's silent slaughter' is a very detailed account publishing names of people who have been killed. Children, women and men. Houses and churches razed. Abandoned ancestral homes. The little farmlands they have left are being used as burial grounds for their dead. What about Southern Kaduna? This is right before our eyes! But trust the diaspora Nigerian lady to who lives in Newyork to say 'oh no its just little clashes here and there. Nothing like genocide. Hope whatever blood money you were paid was worth it. 'The chickens are coming home to roost', so no worries.#StopMiddlebeltGenocide#SouthernKadunaKillings#BeforeourEyes

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    1. Cry no more my Dear..I can feel the pain with which you wrote this, whenever I think of how this govt is silent on all the things happening in the country,my heart breaks!
      You are making money and managing it but the people around you won't allow you to rest with one story of help or the other because of their own financial problems..For someone that is hearing what is happening in the country on a daily have the mind to stand and talk like this people,it shows that their conscience is dead but America is not heaven, whatever we are crying about here that they are making mockery of by this their protest will soon locate them in America!

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    2. This is just a case of selective preference and judgement. Emotions and sentiments aside, we love to play politics, religiosity snd ethnicity in all facets of Nigerian life to the extent that it plays down the gravity of the subjects themselves. You think the random kidnapping on Kaduna highway, the banditry and kidnapping sim Niger state, the more grievous kidnappings, banditry and killings in Zamfara and Katsina states are because the people are christians? No doubt that southern kaduna is a huge victim of these evil and unforgivable events in Nigeria so don’t play down the gravity of all of these. We are ALL affected. Non is completely safe except by God. Your hashtag isn’t helpful. Be fair, critical and divorced of sentiments in yours statements

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    3. Anon 10:15, truly their conscience is dead.

      Anon 10:17, I have no words for you. We know your type tho. Just like the people who will suddenly rear out their heads when they see #BLM and start shouting 'All lives matter! Carry on though. Carry on.

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  5. What an insult. The people holding the placards are not Nigerians at all.

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  6. Maximum, 200 dollars. What a shame.

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  7. If Nigeria is soooo good, why are they all out there? Simple question.

    Thank goodness they're talking to ppl who know how to call a spade a spade. Let them keep fooling around for pittance.

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