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Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by socialmediaman: 2:46am On Feb 15
That’s how you know whether there’s freedom of speech in your country

Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by Bluntguy: 2:56am On Feb 15
The problem with Nigeria today is not freedom of speech but freedom after speech.

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by EastGold(m): 4:39am On Feb 15
Freedom of speech is different from hate speech

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by socialmediaman: 6:35am On Feb 15
EastGold:
Freedom of speech is different from hate speech

You consider this hate speech or someone's personal opinion?

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by Rootprof(m): 6:49am On Feb 15
Please stop comparing Nigeria with working countries.
Nigeria is not working at all,only the enemies of progress will say otherwise.

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by dukeprince50(m): 7:39am On Feb 15
I support this.
I think PMB is a good leader, I really liked how he started, "zero sympathy for looters" but Nigerians were quick to insult him and he became dull and sympathetic.
He even said democracy is dulling him.
we are quick to defend looters though
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by dukeprince50(m): 7:41am On Feb 15
Rootprof:
Please stop comparing Nigeria with working countries.
Nigeria is not working at all,only the enemies of progress will say otherwise.
how will Nigeria work when politicians think politics is a poverty alleviation scheme and when a man decided to punish those corrupt politicians, we are quick to insult him.

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by Turantula(m): 9:19am On Feb 15
EastGold:
Freedom of speech is different from hate speech
Why do you Muslims reason abnormally?

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by socialmediaman: 9:24am On Feb 15
dukeprince50:
I support this.
I think PMB is a good leader, I really liked how he started, "zero sympathy for looters" but Nigerians were quick to insult him and he became dull and sympathetic.
He even said democracy is dulling him.
we are quick to defend looters though

You believe Buhari is fighting corruption?

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by ContractKiller: 9:24am On Feb 15
Read the koran and hadiths and you'll realise that abnormal thinking is as natural for muslims as filth is natural to a pig.


Turantula:

Why do you Muslims reason abnormally?

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by Caseless: 9:26am On Feb 15
is that statement by bbc , aljazeera, cnn, NY TIMES, THE washington post, reuter,etc? There's something called ethics, it won't allow any responsible news organisation to be that careless.
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by socialmediaman: 9:40am On Feb 15
Caseless:
is that statement by bbc , aljazeera, cnn, NY TIMES, THE washington post, reuter,etc? There's something called ethics, it won't allow any responsible news organisation to be that careless.

For real? You haven't seen CNN news anchors say things like this? Have you watched Don Lemon? You haven't seen people on public TV calling the president "derogatory" names?

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by stanisbaratheon: 10:27am On Feb 15
socialmediaman:


For real? You haven't seen CNN news anchors say things like this? Have you watched Don Lemon? You haven't seen people on public TV calling the president "derogatory" names?

Leave that one, he only watches NTA.

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by wwwihy: 10:33am On Feb 15
socialmediaman:


For real? You haven't seen CNN news anchors say things like this? Have you watched Don Lemon? You haven't seen people on public TV calling the president "derogatory" names?
Give us examples
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by tartar9(m): 12:21pm On Feb 15
socialmediaman:


For real? You haven't seen CNN news anchors say things like this? Have you watched Don Lemon? You haven't seen people on public TV calling the president "derogatory" names?
...but your lord Trump is free to call other people derogatory names undecided
The man deserves to be insulted

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by bodejohn(m): 12:43pm On Feb 15
socialmediaman:


For real? You haven't seen CNN news anchors say things like this? Have you watched Don Lemon? You haven't seen people on public TV calling the president "derogatory" names?

Don Lemon is nice...watch Fox news!
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by bodejohn(m): 12:46pm On Feb 15
Rootprof:
Please stop comparing Nigeria with working countries.
Nigeria is not working at all,only the enemies of progress will say otherwise.

You will have a change of mind when you observe the "working countries" at a much closer distance.
My point is politicians are the same around the globe...Nigeria is just a worse version...

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by SarkinYarki: 12:51pm On Feb 15
That's a pained democrat social media page saying nonsense

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by socialmediaman: 2:05pm On Feb 15
SarkinYarki:
That's a pained democrat social media page saying nonsense

That’s not the point. Topic is, can a Nigerian news media be able to say that about Buhari without DSS arresting them for hate speech?

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Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by socialmediaman: 2:08pm On Feb 15
tartar9:

...but your lord Trump is free to call other people derogatory names undecided
The man deserves to be insulted

That’s not the point. Check the topic again. It’s about Nigeria. Can a Nigerian news media say that about Buhari without getting arrested by DSS?
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by alezzy13: 2:36pm On Feb 15
socialmediaman:


For real? You haven't seen CNN news anchors say things like this? Have you watched Don Lemon? You haven't seen people on public TV calling the president "derogatory" names?

And Trump has replied them even using far more derogatory words. To me that is the equivalent of an African dictator using the security agencies to go after enemies.

I keep saying it, were Trump an African leader with unfettered powers, we would have in our hands the worst dictator ever.

It's the strong institutions in the US that has managed to keep him in check

And even at that he still manages to make a mockery of supposedly the best democracy on Earth.
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by socialmediaman: 2:40pm On Feb 15
alezzy13:


And Trump has replied them even using far more derogatory words. To me that is the equivalent of an African dictator using the security agencies to go after enemies.

I keep saying it, were Trump an African leader with unfettered powers, we would have in our hands the worst dictator ever.

It's the strong institutions in the US that has managed to keep him in check

And even at that he still manages to make a mockery of supposedly the best democracy on Earth.

Can we focus on the topic? Question is, can people be free enough to say things like this about Buhari? Do we have freedom of speech in Nigeria?
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by GreyLaw(m): 2:46pm On Feb 15
alezzy13:


And Trump has replied them even using far more derogatory words. To me that is the equivalent of an African dictator using the security agencies to go after enemies.

I keep saying it, were Trump an African leader with unfettered powers, we would have in our hands the worst dictator ever.

It's the strong institutions in the US that has managed to keep him in check

And even at that he still manages to make a mockery of supposedly the best democracy on Earth.

Yeah, like a House leader tearing up official copies of the State of The Union's address and is about to go to jail for it?

Trump is the best thing that happened to America economically and militarily in a very long while!
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by oloriooko(m): 3:29pm On Feb 15
To you now, bubu came with intent to fight corruption but the "defence" of looters by nigerians doused his fiery intent to fight corruption?
Bro, think again, bubu is no longer in charge the cabals are!
bubu has failed us, he has disappointed us and age is no longer on his side as we all know he's using football age
the cabals are having filled day smiling to banks while hiding behind the clueless bubu's toothless corruption campaign.
It's so sad what bubu has turned to within 5 years

dukeprince50:
I support this.
I think PMB is a good leader, I really liked how he started, "zero sympathy for looters" but Nigerians were quick to insult him and he became dull and sympathetic.
He even said democracy is dulling him.
we are quick to defend looters though
Re: Can A Nigerian News Organization Say This About Buhari? (photo) by Blue3k(m): 3:36pm On Feb 15
Yes.

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