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Ayobami Ayobami 2h
"So Minister, I don't think words from Government today will be enough, we need to demonstrate our solidarity by identifying those that are responsible "
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Rinu #EndSARS🔥🔫 9h
Let it resound that the number 1 demand on our is the immediate release of all arrested PROTESTERS but the Nigerian Government is still keeping some in jails and cells across the country. We won’t get tired! Release all arrested protesters!
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Tope Akinyode 24h
During the weekend, policemen who drove a vehicle with plate number: PS 600 - WSH shot 2 people at Queens Court area of Ekiti State. One person died immediately & the other is critically injured. Police brutality must end & the killer officers must be brought to book.
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Aisha Yesufu Nov 22
Shekau & his men kill soldiers and the useless military we have headed by the pathetic General called Buratai does nothing. protesters come out on the streets and wave flags demanding they be allowed to live and the useless military brings its worthless self to kill them
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FK. 2h
They are talking about in the UK parliament right now. Tune in
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Ayemojubar 👠 5h
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Reno Omokri Nov 22
Why does General need a ₦3.2 billion food and travel budget? We are now officially in a recession. He should feed from his salary. We can no longer afford to pay him a mega salary! and then feed him with billions on top of that. Nigeria is too broke for that!
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Tope Akinyode 1h
International disgrace is what they like. They will get it from the UK parliament and CNN.
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Aisha Yesufu Nov 22
Where is General Buratai who in a sane country will be facing trial on how he got millions of dollars to buy houses in Dubai to open his eyes & be angry at Shekau that have once again killed his men? Is his anger only reserved for protesters? What a yellow livered coward
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Channels Television Nov 22
: British Parliament To Debate Petition Against Nigeria On Monday
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GoldMyne 15h
The UK parliament would be debating whether to impose sanctions on some Nigerian govt. officials later today regarding the & other human rights violations emerging from the   peaceful protest. # fearless| Black| Mazi
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Henry Shield 9h
After freezing young people’s accounts for participating in the protest, the CBN is sponsoring a live program on AIT to discuss its economic intervention scheme for Nigerian youths. Pls tune in to watch before I call Emefiele an idiot 😄😄😄😄😄
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Rotus 8h
I hear this guy has been walking around parts of lagos. The white part of the flag asks "Who ordered the massacre?"
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Ibukun ⭐️ 11h
It begins today, members of the British parliament are finally meeting to debate the petition signed by over 223,004 people in the UK to sanction the Nigerian government over the protests and We did this guys, keep sharing. Don’t be discouraged.
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Rinu #EndSARS🔥🔫 4h
Thank you for refusing to stop speaking against injustice, Moyin is now free! We move!✊🏾
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#OurFavOnlineDoc 🩺🇳🇬🇬🇧💎 26m
For those who didn’t watch the UK Parliament Meeting on , the UK govt officials said: • was peaceful. • did NOT loot or riot. •Nigeria Govt killed and shot citizens •Sanctions should be placed- details not stated yet. The world must hear the truth ✊🏿
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William 1h
Watching the UK Parliament debate made me realise our National Assembly is a joke. I mean, I knew they were clowns, but Omo, we don't have democracy in this country. And we must change it.
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Tope Akinyode 10h
The UK Parliament has fixed today, 23rd November 2020 to debate sanctions against the Buhari regime over the .
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Moe 2h
The UK Parliament is holding a hearing on Follow it here:
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Mayowa Olagunju ❁ 1h
UK Parliament debating RT
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