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Signature TV Nov 29
Watch The Signature Show with the Executive Secretary of on , Today. You can't afford to miss this episode. Tags:
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Edobong Akpabio, FIAM Nov 28
Replying to @Samsonprolific
We might as well add security to our cost of doing business. It has become a life or death matter for us farmers... Haaaahhhhh
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HarounJimeta Nov 29
Very unfortunate!
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WM 4h
Two of many reasons why it is critical that Govt takes decisive action against senseless killing of her Citizens are: >>Disincentivise others of may be on similar path >>Make a statement to the living that their live is valuable Secure Nigeria
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Emmanuel Michael Nov 29
Each time it happens, we read of "condemnation, thoughts, and hearts". The people need a lasting solution - government should fulfill their promises to protect lives and property.
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Segun(🦁)Showunmi Dec 1
Replying to @SegunShowunmi
special forces under an international mandate from the United Nations; indeed if , what are they waiting for? It is not enough for international news outlets' headlines to scream about the insurgency in Nigeria. Our shared humanity and the doctrine of state
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#OrangeTheWorld Nov 28
Let us remember that no one is more Nigerian than another Nigerian. We all deserve to be safe and secure, to have access to basic services and to justice, to be treated with dignity and to have our lives matter.
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iSERVE 2050 | #LeadershipMatters Nwanyịbùífé🔥#ABC Nov 26
WHAT is the VALUE of a Nigerian LIFE?
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Dear Me ✊🏿 Nov 28
Omo 43 people 😭😭😭😭😭
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Aare Nov 29
It beats my imagination, have we ever an occasion that we slaughtered 43 chicken for the event?
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Bukola Olafenwa Dec 3
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NGvoices. Dec 1
Your LAWMAKERS represent YOU and YOUR interests! Engage. Inform. Share.
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Miz_Lizz Dec 2
Nigeria is not safe: Just a friendly reminder.   and Secure the lives of Nigerians, let fresh eyes look into this insecurity that’s been dragging for too long. .Road trips are not safe anymore,
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Syx2s Nov 29
May their souls RIP May their families get justice May sponsors/sympathizers have a taste of their own medicine
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Engr Vincent Ilomechine Nov 30
Replying to @kakra68
Security meetings without any positive results. This is so disappointing. Someone has to be fired. It's becoming unbecoming of this government in the aspect of security of lives and property. It has stop NOW.
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OlúṢọla 🌍 Nov 29
We don't actually value human lives in this part of the world.
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CHARLES C. G. EBOSIE (KSM) Nov 30
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A. B. Agbakoba-Onyejianya #bevbezoz Nov 29
How many more. Are we not tired of typing RIP. Are Nigerian lives not worth anything
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GREATNESS INCREASE Nov 29
Replying to @AishaYesufu
He will apologize to them when he is done with them.I don't even think the north is complaining is like they like it like that.Judgement is not far from all the perpetrators of evil in this land..
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HarounJimeta Nov 28
Some media aides to the president are not telling their pay master the truth! Let him know that there's total insecurity in the country from; The North, to the South, and daily the situation is becoming worse than yesterday.!🙏🏼
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