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Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by mukina2: 12:32pm On Feb 18, 2012



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@Otunbadare57 Civil society to march in Lagos memorial of 'martyrs' of fuel price hike today

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The police has blocked the procession at Maryland #Lagosmarchformartyrs


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Police disperses Lagos procession with tear gas canisters. Protesters are choked and running helter skelter
https://twitter.com/PremiumTimesng/status/170829928454037504


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Police are still shooting tear gas canisters into the air to disperse the procession #Lagosmarchformartyrs
https://twitter.com/PremiumTimesng/status/170831440769056768
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by mukina2: 12:39pm On Feb 18, 2012
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Mohammed Fawehinmi, in a wheelchair, has been rushed into a waiting car. His eyes are bloodshot #Lagosmarchformartyrs
https://twitter.com/PremiumTimesng/status/170833326372950016

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Police chasing away the people and shooting tear gasz. Crowd has dispersed #Lagosmarchformartyrs
https://twitter.com/PremiumTimesng/status/170833999206420480
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by mukina2: 12:42pm On Feb 18, 2012
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Massive vehicular traffic at Ikorodu road. Police has chased the crowd back to Idiroko, towards Anthony.
https://twitter.com/PremiumTimesng/status/170834900310695936
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by JimmyBoy1: 1:28pm On Feb 18, 2012
Soldiers have been deployed again, where is the rule of law? Why is this admnnistration denying Nigerians of their constitutional rights?
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by segebaba2(m): 1:33pm On Feb 18, 2012
this is civil rule,not democracy.People's right are blatantly taken denied without any recourse to the law of the land
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by bigdoo: 1:45pm On Feb 18, 2012
This is demon-crazy.
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by mukina2: 1:55pm On Feb 18, 2012
A peaceful protest organized by civil society in Lagos in memorial of those killed during the last anti fuel subsidy protest has been dispersed by the police.

Dipo Fashina, a former ASUU president, who led the procession, and other activists have been arrested by the police and taken to the Area Command at Ikeja.

The procession, which began at Labour House, Yaba, was broken up at Maryland after an argument between the organizers and a senior police officer.

Fashina and Abiodun Aremu, leading the procession walked out on the senior police officer when they could not convince him that "they did not need police permit for the march."

The officer, who said he had orders from the police commissioner, signalled his officers and fumes from tear gas canisters rented the air.

http://premiumtimesng.com/metro/3842-fashina_police_lagos_arrested_police_proteste.html
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by moderattor: 2:22pm On Feb 18, 2012
mukina2:

A peaceful protest(indeed) organized by civil society(whats the name) in Lagos in memorial of those killed during the last anti fuel subsidy protest (Chai, Joblessness)has been dispersed by the police.
( Mr. Disgruntled)Dipo Fashina, a former ASUU president, who led the procession, and other activists[b] have been (Should have been thoroughly beaten too)arrested by the police and taken to the Area Command at Ikeja[/b] (Nice Move).
The procession, which began at Labour House, Yaba, was broken up at Maryland after an argument between the organizers and a senior police officer.

Fashina and Abiodun Aremu, leading the procession walked out on the senior police officer (This is why people get shot, deliberately breaking the law and insulting a courteous armed police officer) when they could not convince him that "they did not need police permit for the march."(Just imagine, teaching a senior police officer his Job)

The officer, who said he had orders from the police commissioner, signalled his officers and fumes from tear gas canisters rented the air. (agile! agile!)
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by Soskid(m): 2:55pm On Feb 18, 2012
is it still democracy?
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by mukina2: 3:22pm On Feb 18, 2012
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Police release the more than 40 people arrested. About 4 are still detained at RRS office, Alausa #Lagosmarchformartyrs
https://twitter.com/PremiumTimesng/status/170875241516634112
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by Lollysbride: 4:25pm On Feb 18, 2012
Thanks for your reply.
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by Ogbonaikenna(m): 4:59pm On Feb 18, 2012
i support the police action 100%. they were lucky they were not killed. where were they when the police harass and kill unharmed massob members. infact they should be treated like massob members. rubb ish country
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by metrixauto: 6:17pm On Feb 18, 2012
Ogbonna or what ur name is called,what concerns this protest with ur Massob or whatever you call the name,from yur talk one can confirm that you are ethnic biased and should go and sit down
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by laCapri: 6:18pm On Feb 18, 2012
Civil society march my a55
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by ak47mann(m): 6:21pm On Feb 18, 2012
code red cool
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by Ogbonaikenna(m): 6:38pm On Feb 18, 2012
metrixauto:

Ogbonna or what ur name is called,what concerns this protest with ur Massob or whatever you call the name,from yur talk one can confirm that you are ethnic biased and should go and sit down
the truth is always bitter tongue tongue
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by overkillR(f): 9:11pm On Feb 18, 2012
Misplaced priority! Seems to me like everyone in Nigeria is looking for cheap popularity. Fuel subsidy martyrs? Nothing person no go hear! Mtscheew
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by beespak7(m): 9:15pm On Feb 18, 2012
POLICE BRUTALITY I CALL IT INSANITY we are suposed to be in a democracy
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by member479760: 9:23pm On Feb 18, 2012
Mr. 1600 and Mrs. 1100 plus world bank wey dem? same poo! the most useless president in the history of this country.
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by atiku07(m): 10:42pm On Feb 18, 2012
Jonathan will never know peace for the rest of his life. Humn well he is scared abi cause de southerners are always against bad government I promise him at dis rate he is going he will not complete his tenure mark my words. He can ask his predecessors cause God knows how to fight for his own.
Re: Civil Society March In Memory Of Fuel Protest Martyrs In Lagos by Ogbonaikenna(m): 10:49pm On Feb 18, 2012
atiku07:

Jonathan will never know peace for the rest of his life. Humn well he is scared abi cause de southerners are always against bad government I promise him at dis rate he is going he will not complete his tenure mark my words. He can ask his predecessors cause God knows how to fight for his own.
shattap dia, when your nigeria was killing innocent massobians where were you. Idiott

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