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Letter To Moderators by adeboizy11(m): 1:07pm On Aug 29, 2017
Bully moderator(s),
It is with profound anger in my heart that I write this piece(s) to you.
I got the weirdest shock(even if it took like 3days to realise) when I found out that I had actually been place on a ban I knew I had done nothing to deserve. I mean I've done virtually nothing to be banned, I've made sure that over the course of my interactions on this platform, I have (and still will) respected others as I would like to be respected by others(moderators inclusive).
Why on earth will I be placed on ban? When some people go out there and do nothing but hurl insults and hate speeches(both tribal & religious) at others without getting banned. On a sincere note, the moderators really have to be devoid of these "their muscle flexing" attitudes and actions.
I am not saying I'm without mistakes as whatsoever before some holier than thou elements feasts on this write up, but for posterity measures and advancement/improvement in the mode of socialisation on this Nairaland as a medium of socialisation, if the bullies disguised as moderators feel there's need for them to exercise their "heavy weight" on anyone by banning or whatsoever, "there should be a message sent to the person, notifying he/she of his/her offence(s) and given the privilege of defending him/herself. My candid opinion.

Cc Oluwaseun Osewa, lalasticlala, mynd4 and all of them gang.

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Re: Letter To Moderators by DOUBLEWAHALA: 1:14pm On Aug 29, 2017
your letter writing is very very empty
Re: Letter To Moderators by Olu317(m): 6:22am On Dec 15, 2017
adeboizy11:
Bully moderator(s),
It is with profound anger in my heart that I write this piece(s) to you.
I got the weirdest shock(even if it took like 3days to realise) when I found out that I had actually been place on a ban I knew I had done nothing to deserve. I mean I've done virtually nothing to be banned, I've made sure that over the course of my interactions on this platform, I have (and still will) respected others as I would like to be respected by others(moderators inclusive).
Why on earth will I be placed on ban? When some people go out there and do nothing but hurl insults and hate speeches(both tribal & religious) at others without getting banned. On a sincere note, the moderators really have to be devoid of these "their muscle flexing" attitudes and actions.
I am not saying I'm without mistakes as whatsoever before some holier than thou elements feasts on this write up, but for posterity measures and advancement/improvement in the mode of socialisation on this Nairaland as a medium of socialisation, if the bullies disguised as moderators feel there's need for them to exercise their "heavy weight" on anyone by banning or whatsoever, "there should be a message sent to the person, notifying he/she of his/her offence(s) and given the privilege of defending him/herself. My candid opinion.

Cc Oluwaseun Osewa, lalasticlala, mynd4 and all of them gang.
I have been banned too for responding to insult on my personality. So, don't feel too bad about it. Honestly, there is need to call the attention of the moderators but I feel they are not bothered at all ,without considering the fact that, not everyone on here belong to the same age grade and one find out how emotional some people are.They aren't as active as regards cautioning people on here .If the moderators were really working, sanity would have been the order of the day on here because, I have seen on here, insult from very very young lads and they were not cautioned. So take heart and don't WORRY be HAPPY!

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