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Hamzat Lawal💡Hamzy! {Etim} 🔦 May 28
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EiE Nigeria Jun 10
Katsina, the home state of President have now become the hotbeds of banditry in recent times. While the president has often vowed to end the killings, the bandits continue killing spree in the state.
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StumpedTownDementia Jul 4
I AM NOT at war with my fellow Americans-the left, the right, the religious, the atheist, the brown, the white, the protesters, the hoaxers, the rich, the poor. I AM NOT at war. I WILL NOT listen to or vote for any politician that says I am.
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Leena Hoffmann Jun 3
For a country , experiencing its longest stretch of democratic governance, it is jarring that stands as the main regional site for unprecedented levels of sustained & distributed violence. Such a concentration of violence is a threat to democratic stability.
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Segun Awosanya®🚨 May 27
It stops when we come to the watershed moment that puts us all on the same page enough to say “We have had Enough!” Majority of the populace are still distracted and fighting themselves as rigged against their interest and we can’t force enlightenment. 🤓
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Segun Awosanya®🚨 May 27
We can begin to heal with the repeal and replacement of the antiquated law that enables the impunity of now. With that we can now begin to address building of the bridge of trust between the society and the police institution. 🤓
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Segun Awosanya®🚨 May 27
It’s easy. You can simply follow the hashtags and contribute your own stories based on personal experience or the experience of people around you. Call the names, take selfies in Black & share with the hashtag & let’s observe a moment of silence at Noon.
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'Fisayo Soyombo May 28
Today we remember, Maxwell Nashan, a young reporter with FRCN. He was abducted from his home in Yola and abandoned hours later near his office, with machete cuts and bruises. He did not survive. He was reported dead on January 16, 2020.
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#Tech4Justice May 28
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EiE Nigeria Jun 11
Due to the frequency of the killings, it seems Nigerians have become numb to the pain. 55 dead; 209 dead; 4,108 dead; 7,500 dead- faceless and nameless 😢 Today, we pause to remember the names of those who are known.
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nafeeu May 28
The hypocrisy of the North and indeed Nigeria is well established Haven't we witnessed the gleeful celebration of the massacre of Shi'ites on twitter by people indoctrinated with a diabolical sectarian ideology Then the awful silence on the massacre in Southern Kaduna
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#Tech4Justice May 28
Today, we remember those who have died as a result of violent crimes in Nigeria especially innocent persons who were murdered by Government actors
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CDD West Africa May 28
Take an action to ! Nearly 8,000 people have been lost due to mass atrocities, yet ? We demand justice for their deaths ,
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Richard Hesketh Apr 3
Please . Stop insulting our intelligence. The virus is not at war with us. Stop using the mythology of British Bulldog Spirit. Start giving us credit for intelligence. Talk science. You might be surprised.
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Osai Ojigho May 28
We are yet people die in every day in violent incidents. Today I join others to remember the dead and mourn the needless loss of lives
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Inya Ode May 28
It's the National Day of Mourning... . The people who have died due to violent killings on Nigeria are ... They are PEOPLE and we are . We can do more!
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CivicHive May 29
Still on the in Nigeria! We have discovered that no single state has been left untouched. These are human beings, not just numbers!
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Francis Ohanyido Jun 10
Really heart-breaking... RT At least 7,904 citizens were violently killed from 2018 to May 2020. This infograph is designed to put names and faces to some of the victims.
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Chidi Odinkalu Jun 17
In , the govt of tolerates perpetrators of & arrests those who ask for perpetrators to be held to account. When u now suggest that they are actually complicit in these atrocities, they look at u . .
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Remi Sonaiya May 28
Holding a National Day of Mourning makes sense because it serves to remind us that, for a nation , far too many of us are dying - mostly as a failure of governance. Every Nigerian life matters, and it is our leaders' responsibility to keep us safe.
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