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PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by fergie006: 2:31pm On Feb 11
The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Partyand some party members in the National Assembly, on Tuesday, peacefully protested at the embassy of the European Union.

The PDP National Secretary, Senator Ibrahim Tsauri, who led the protest presented the party’s protest letter to the embassy officials.

The protesters later proceeded to the embassy of France.

Tsauri said democracy has been derailed in Nigeria and solicited the cooperation and assistance of the international community.
https://punchng.com/pdp-leaders-protest-at-eu-french-embassies/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Simplyleo: 2:42pm On Feb 11
Democracy has been derailed?

Just 8 years opposition, these clowns cannot take. grin

I wonder why they haven't demonstrated at the house of the albino hunchback fugitive so they can get some 1 million animals to join them in their mumu demonstration.

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by NigeriaBam: 2:44pm On Feb 11
cool Nigeria's Democracy Is In Grave Danger cry




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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by 9jamag(m): 2:44pm On Feb 11
grin grin

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Manbiggs(m): 2:44pm On Feb 11
Chai tongue

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by osuofia2(m): 2:44pm On Feb 11
PDP UNDER THIS SECONDUS NA MUMU, BY THIS TIME BEFORE 2015 ELECTION APC HAVE USED THEIR PROPAGANDA TO SCATTER EVERY WHERE.

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Engrdoodles: 2:45pm On Feb 11
Wetin happen again?

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Olisehinnocent: 2:45pm On Feb 11
Hmmmm
Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Exmay(m): 2:45pm On Feb 11
One sometimes wonders why we blacks are failing to progress. The fact that we fail to move beyond the colonial era is very saddening.
Have anyone seen any of these EU countries protesting about an internal issue in front of any African country’s embassy.
So you believe that by reporting to ‘your’ superiors change can be enforced?
I’m just wandering if they were expecting France of all nations to send troops to Nigeria to help offset the sitting government.
PDP needs to get their game right. These is opposition devoid of common sense.

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by MightySparrow: 2:45pm On Feb 11
Clowns at a show of shame

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by IRAPADA(m): 2:45pm On Feb 11
apc has come to stay,if you go to white house to protests

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by YungJo207(m): 2:45pm On Feb 11
If only they can do this for the common Man and not their selfish interest....what a country Nigeria was.

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by eedimo: 2:46pm On Feb 11
Nigeria and Nigerians.

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Gnaeusmagnus: 2:46pm On Feb 11
Simplyleo:
Democracy has been derailed?

Just 8 years opposition, these clowns cannot take. grin

I wonder why they haven't demonstrated at the house of the albino hunchback fugitive so they can get some 1 million animals to join them in their mumu demonstration.

Dissent is necessary for a well functioning democracy.

Even dissent from albinos

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by panch001(m): 2:46pm On Feb 11
Mchewwww

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by YorubaKinging: 2:46pm On Feb 11
Protesting to the EU won't change anything
As far as I'm concerned , EU knows about our present predicament, infact they made it so
So you better carry your matter to God because He's the only one that can help you
PDP and APC
The same thing

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by dinocy(m): 2:46pm On Feb 11
Wetin happen again na naija?

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by MrLacoste4: 2:47pm On Feb 11
Omo make Dem go sidon jare

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by femtex007(m): 2:47pm On Feb 11
This people no get shame at all. Y are they protesting there Is it for them to reverse imo supreme court judgement or to install Atiku as the president of Nigeria. This people are just sick

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Caymen: 2:47pm On Feb 11
Simplyleo:
Democracy has been derailed?

Just 8 years opposition, these clowns cannot take. grin

I wonder why they haven't demonstrated at the house of the albino hunchback fugitive so they can get some 1 million animals to join them in their mumu demonstration.

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by PastorandMentor: 2:47pm On Feb 11
All of them na dsame Theives

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by akdjr(m): 2:47pm On Feb 11
The worst chairman PDP has ever had

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Elslim: 2:47pm On Feb 11
Corona virus cool

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Eteka1(m): 2:48pm On Feb 11
They are too lazy to play politics.
They want the EU or France to help them remove APC from power?
Very very shameful.

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by wilemer: 2:48pm On Feb 11
fergie0060:
The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Partyand some party members in the National Assembly, on Tuesday, peacefully protested at the embassy of the European Union.

The PDP National Secretary, Senator Ibrahim Tsauri, who led the protest presented the party’s protest letter to the embassy officials.

The protesters later proceeded to the embassy of France.

Tsauri said democracy has been derailed in Nigeria and solicited the cooperation and assistance of the international community.




comedy grin

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by millionboi2: 2:48pm On Feb 11
Simplyleo:
Democracy has been derailed?

Just 8 years opposition, these clowns cannot take. grin

I wonder why they haven't demonstrated at the house of the albino hunchback fugitive so they can get some 1 million animals to join them in their mumu demonstration.
Respect dia opinion

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by Ngasky(m): 2:48pm On Feb 11
Wonders. Is this the best that PDP as a party can do. It is a shame to the so called biggest and 60 years governing party according to their leadersLooters

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by DMerciful(m): 2:48pm On Feb 11
Foolish Nigerians supporting APC to ruin Nigeria. You guys don't seem to realize what you have done!

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Re: PDP leaders protest at EU, French embassies by kindnyce(m): 2:48pm On Feb 11
PDP it seems has completely run out of ideas on how to be an OPPOSSITION PARTY

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