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Ire Aderinokun
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Ire Aderinokun 2h
Replying to @duchesskk
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Ire Aderinokun 19h
Replying to @dami_dv
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Paisley Thomson Nov 25
Meghan Markle won't see the all of the nasty shit you write about her but your friends who have experienced miscarriages and the loss of a baby will.
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Simi🎨 Nov 25
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 25
Replying to @normasfx @feminist_co
I love itttt!! πŸ’›
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 24
Question for React devs: What libraries do you use/recommend for form validation?
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 24
Replying to @OdunEweniyi
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 24
Replying to @ireaderinokun
The transcript is available for anyone to read. I don't understand why I'm seeing headlines saying the government approved sanctions when they very clearly did not.
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 24
Where are you getting this information? At the debate yesterday, the Minister clearly said "It is long-standing practice not to speculate on our future sanctions" and the moderator reiterated that "the Minister has felt unable to make commitments on targeted sanctions today"
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Had a great time speaking with about my tech journey!
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
The fact that the Minister for Africa was "unable to attend" the debate really allowed the shadow minister stepping in to just make zero commitments. Every other sentence was "I can't answer for the Minister for Africa" Can't tell me this wasn't on purpose
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
As expected, the response was completely empty. No commitments to specific sanctions Instead, they will "continue to press the Nigerian gov to uphold human rights and the rule of law" and will "work with the Nigerian gov to improve accountability and transparency"
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
Yeah, this MP had to interrupt because they were just about to sweep everything under the rug saying things like "they can't speculate on future sanctions" πŸ™„
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
The Minister for Africa was supposed to be in attendance to give a response, but wasn't able to make it because of travel (apparently), so another Minister is giving a response. So far, it feels like a lot of BS
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
"We know that the UK did fund, did supply equipment, did train, the police which we now know have been involved in the abuses. At the very least, surely, we need an urgent review of the UK's involvement in those programs"
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
"The prominence of young Nigerian women at the forefront of the protests has highlighted the need for more action to be taken to end violence against women and girls in Nigeria"
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
"I don't think that words from the government today will be enough. Because I think we've got to show our solidarity, demonstrate it, by identifying and targeting those that we know are responsible for the terrible violence and abuses that the activists have faced"
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Ire Aderinokun Nov 23
Replying to @ireaderinokun
"Given the shared history between the UK and Nigeria, and as a fellow member of the commonwealth and an ally, the UK has it's duty to stand up for the human rights of Nigerian citizens"
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