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Re: Will Any Government In The World Sit And Watch A "Revolution" Protest? by willyjacs(m): 10:39am On Aug 09, 2019
lexy2014:


U still didn't answer d questions I asked. I didn't ask whether it is better or worse to tag a protest revolution. This is what I asked:
So who stopped tuface from protesting?

And talking about Shires....I lived in kaduna and visit Abuja all the time,so I know them wella and have experienced their menace live.
If it's about shites,don't even talk about them..... a protest where u'll block the road to disrupt activities and u expect security operatives to just watch such state of disorderliness?

We see and know what's going on here.

Here in my state, alot of protests happens between civil servants,pentioneers,unions etc vs the government.....But it has always been peaceful as long as u do it sensibly without breaking rules or disrupting activities.
Re: Will Any Government In The World Sit And Watch A "Revolution" Protest? by lexy2014: 10:55am On Aug 09, 2019
willyjacs:
So who stopped tuface from protesting?

And talking about Shires....I lived in kaduna and visit Abuja all the time,so I know them wella and have experienced their menace live.
If it's about shites,don't even talk about them..... a protest where u'll block the road to disrupt activities and u expect security operatives to just watch such state of disorderliness?

We see and know what's going on here.

Here in my state, alot of protests happens between civil servants,pentioneers,unions etc vs the government.....But it has always been peaceful as long as u do it sensibly without breaking rules or disrupting activities.

U still haven't answered my questions. U just beating around d bush.

"When tuface planned a rally against this govt, did he call it a "revolution"? When d Shiites took 2d streets, did they call their protest a revolution? What was d govts response 2 these two events?"
Re: Will Any Government In The World Sit And Watch A "Revolution" Protest? by Rainbow219(m): 4:28pm On Aug 11, 2019
lexy2014:


I don't no them. Am not d one who said that d people who surround buhari are bad. Its u who said so. U have even added that "they have no any political appointment in this government". That means u no them very well. Seems u had already asked them what am asking cos u even no that they dont have political appointement. So take responsibility 4 ur comments and name d people since u no them very well


Hmmmm

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