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Joshua Etim
Co-Founder POHI| Public Health Volunteer| Blockchain enthusiast| Advocate of Quality Education for Children SDG4
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Joshua Etim Nov 12
Replying to @EmediongAkpabio
Happy birthday brother, God bless and keep you
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Kamala Harris Nov 8
The road ahead will not be easy. But America is ready—and so are and I.
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Kikelomo sowore Nov 2
Sowore didn’t just grow coconut head today. He has been a Sorosoke activist and has not left the struggle till date. Meanwhile, the word ‘’Hoodlums’’ has always been the Government’s sword in resting protests as shown in this video. Even in the 90’s .
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ARISE News Feed Oct 12
ARISE Correspondent speaks with protesters in Lekki, Lagos.
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Ayemojubar 👠 Oct 22
Falz with Amanpour on CNN.
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Seyi Makinde Oct 22
My dear good people of Oyo State, I have spent the last two days attending to reports of violence in various part of Ibadan. I have paid personal visits to some areas and spoken to various stakeholders directly.
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Emediong Akpabio Oct 21
Thank you! I will continue to call on all relevant Authorities to condemn these incessant and indiscriminate use of force against the Nigerian people peacefully demanding for a systematic reform of the police.
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Hillary Clinton Oct 20
I’m calling on and the to stop killing young protesters.
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♥Lady of Substance♥ Oct 20
This is too much. How do you sleep at night after taking the lives of innocent souls? Peacefully? The souls of the lost ones cry out. It is so sad that they were failed by the same system that should protect them.
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Bobo F. Ajudua Oct 20
They could have used hot water, tear gas, rubber pellets, blanks, riot shields, even flash bangs… but let it be known our military went straight to live ammunition against peaceful protesters whose only defence was the Nigerian Flag. Let it be know. Today Oct, 20, 2020 Lekki/VI.
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Comrade Deji Adeyanju Oct 20
There are reports that many protesters have been shot at the Lekki Tollgate according to a broadcast by DJ Switch on IG Live. If true, these will amount to CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY.
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Joshua Etim Oct 14
......an Idea whose time has come!
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Stephanie Busari Oct 13
What I have seen at protests: Singing, chanting, dancing, volunteers with trash bags picking up litter, sharing food and water. Medics attempting to save lives. Lawyers helping for free. We have however seen much evidence of violence from police. Talk about that.
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ODOGWU FAME Oct 13
Replying to @davido
If your watching this,Just retweet cos we must EndPoliceBrutality together
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Emediong Akpabio Oct 13
Whatever happens, don't insult . This man has saved more people from being victims right from time even before you realised the ever needed a reform. RESPECT!
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T. H. OLAJIDE Oct 12
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CONNECT IBADAN Oct 10
IBADAN Is Getting Set For The MOTHER OF ALL PROTESTS The Next Protest will hold on Tuesday 13th October, 2020 Meeting Point: Iwo Road Time: 8am RT and Tell someone in Ibadan.
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Joshua Etim Sep 25
ASUU has not called off strike yet, there is no statement on that. However, begin to pack your bags as we are very hopeful that the strike will be called off soon.
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Joshua Etim Sep 25
Replying to @amuta_ann
The Nigerian Education sector is currently at a high deplorable state seeking urgent redemption. Dr. no child or young person deserves to suffer significant setback in their lives and future hopes as a result of govt decisions or neglect as evident in the FG/ASUU case
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Joshua Etim Sep 25
Replying to @amuta_ann
The Nigerian Education sector is currently at a high deplorable state seeking urgent redemption. Dr. no child or young person deserves to suffer significant setback in their lives and future hopes as a result of govt decisions or neglect as evident in the FG/ASUU case
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