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You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by envoymedia: 12:35pm On Sep 16
"You Don't Have The Right To Protest Against High Electricity Tarriff" - Police Tell Youths (Video)

IgbereTV reports that some Nigerian youths who took to the streets of Abuja to protest against the increased electricity tarriff, were spotted in a viral video being assaulted by some policemen.

One of the protesters, @AyowoleSanyaolu who noted that the protest at the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) office in Abuja was a peaceful one, said they were stopped by the policemen who assaulted them, telling them that they don't have the right to protest.

He tweeted:

"While we protest peacefully at @NERCNG , Abuja, against the thoughtless increment in electricity tariff, @PoliceNG descended on us fiercely. A number of us were mercilessly beaten and others were dragged like common criminals. But in all, we stood our ground. Tyranny will not win!"

https://twitter.com/AyowoleSanyaolu/status/1305498003558535169?s=19

See video clips below.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP23eYroCqc


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOBSBieF3tg

https://igberetvnews.com/1364770/dont-right-protest-high-electricity-tarriff-police-tell-youths-video/

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by SpecTTraP: 12:37pm On Sep 16
shocked

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by GolDRoger: 12:51pm On Sep 16
We dnt have the right like seriously??

Assuming we are getting just 8-10hrs of steady electricity daily, nobody would be complaining nah. . .

Imagine one Hediot go siddon for office and tell u your Estimated usage . . .

Electricity na NO 1: Scam for this country

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by solmus: 12:57pm On Sep 16
undecided




Same police go pay new bill too

While Politicians quietly removed Electricity and petroleum subsidy from 2020 budget (leaving their own Jumbo Salary and Allowance).. Distribution Companies also inflated figures

Police fooling themselves

.

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by prince2pac(m): 1:11pm On Sep 16
Like seriously

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Denique(f): 1:36pm On Sep 16
What the police meant was "No freedom after protest"

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by QuickStandard: 1:36pm On Sep 16
cool
Whenever I look at this country, I just weep.
Imagine the police telling Nigerians, they don't have the right to protest.
Are they not Nigerians? Are they foreigners?

The leadership of this country is a joke, I must say.

However, I won't be part of these protests, "cos these police can be trigger happy, and ones you're shot, you're gone, no one cares, your family will be the one to suffer.
I love my young family, I will rather hustle to put food on the table for my wife and kids, than die for this Banana Republic.

Let those that voted for change braze up, because they have seen nothing yet.

I heard, there are more police men in Edo Election, than there are in Southern Kaduna.
What a useless Nation

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Drew13(f): 1:36pm On Sep 16
Idiot



I must find way leave this country, my children will not suffer. Mtcheww

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by PureGoldh(m): 1:37pm On Sep 16
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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Chuksmonika(m): 1:37pm On Sep 16
typical of the zoo

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by YorubaKinging: 1:37pm On Sep 16
The end is near

The corrupt police are the oppressing arm of the fraudulent democratic government

But very soon a revolution will start and will be the end of all oppressions

Because God will raise up a king who will judge His people with righteousness and equity

But until then expect more bad news

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Dubuqueeee: 1:37pm On Sep 16
I won't lie....here in my area there is constant light..we do HV light 24/7....even inside this today heavy rain light still dey....yes it's Lagos state

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by paulolee(m): 1:37pm On Sep 16
they are all stupid...who gave the youths the guts to protest?? are they all mad and insane??
do they think that this regime is like the past weak regime dt anybody can hit the streets to protest and cause noise pollution and disturbance to the society..
dnt they know that a new sheriff is in town and he doesn't accept anyhow protest, Yes we are still in democracy bt ours is dictatorial democracy, they should be spared bt would be arrested and locked up if they try such again....
love live buhari....you are the best thing to happen to Nigeria and African because he ah placed Nigeria on the world map..
buhari till 2055, if u contest again, we all in nairaland would vote for you....sai baba....no b small madness

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by praiseoski(m): 1:37pm On Sep 16
Proverbs 29:2

"When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice; But when a wicked man rules, the people groan."

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by newguy1(m): 1:37pm On Sep 16
We don’t have the right..... every day this guy that we perceived to b educated keep altering statements that make us doubt weather they actually went to school or school went tru them.... imagine n idiot telling us we don’t have d right when it is clearly stated in d constitution that we have done right to peaceful protest n also democracy is well define......

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by JubrinElSudan: 1:37pm On Sep 16
Lol. Most times our security operatives in their overzealousness forget that they will benefit from the gains of such protests. The other time we read about a DSS operative that was killed by his kidnappers after ransom(either by his family or even DSS) has being paid. The same DSS personnels will assault and arrest citizens protesting against the security challenges we are currently witnessing across the nation

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Romanoff(f): 1:37pm On Sep 16
Can you imagine.

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by fasho01(m): 1:37pm On Sep 16
Say what

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Hushxxter(m): 1:38pm On Sep 16
Which kind talk be that

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by athaboi(f): 1:38pm On Sep 16
Nigeria
Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Trimque2k1: 1:38pm On Sep 16
envoymedia:
"You Don't Have The Right To Protest Against High Electricity Tarriff" - Police Tell Youths (Video)

IgbereTV reports that some Nigerian youths who took to the streets of Abuja to protest against the increased electricity tarriff, were spotted in a viral video being assaulted by some policemen.

One of the protesters, @AyowoleSanyaolu who noted that the protest at the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) office in Abuja was a peaceful one, said they were stopped by the policemen who assaulted them, telling them that they don't have the right to protest.

He tweeted:



https://twitter.com/AyowoleSanyaolu/status/1305498003558535169?s=19

See video clips below.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP23eYroCqc


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOBSBieF3tg

https://igberetvnews.com/1364770/dont-right-protest-high-electricity-tarriff-police-tell-youths-video/
Simply put Nigeria youth has no right at all...

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by chuksbaby: 1:38pm On Sep 16
Is it because they are lazy youths as oga said...

The land will be green again

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by rolams(m): 1:38pm On Sep 16
We stopped having rights the day Buhari enter power!

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Brightfab: 1:38pm On Sep 16
Shebi this electricity na all of us dy use am abi?
Nonsense people

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by recievesense: 1:38pm On Sep 16
how?
Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by inumidun2010(m): 1:38pm On Sep 16
But they have right to collect #50 from Innocent Drivers

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Openifemy: 1:39pm On Sep 16
What kind of nonsense is this..

Angel Gabriel blow this trumpet abeg!!!!!

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Kekereekun123: 1:39pm On Sep 16
Nigerians and protest. The government has tried all these while subsidizing power and fuel. Get a grip people
Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Juanmike: 1:39pm On Sep 16
Who is protesting b4? Bunch of unserious youths. if the ofe mmanu's join you in the protest be less assured that you alone on the uprising if you are lucky enough to have the backing from the people up north, they have nothing to lose, there are already assured of seven virgins, to them they have nothing to lose, is it the enterprising hard working and promising fellows from the land of the rising sun would turn out?.
Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by Siberia01(m): 1:39pm On Sep 16
cool

BBN youths
protesting

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Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by urchcoded(m): 1:39pm On Sep 16
Honestly we are actually living in a totalitarian regime. These police men together with every other armed forces in Nigeria have been given an executive federal order by the presidency to stop any form of protest whatsoever so that it doesn't go into a large scale protest, they have also received incentives. Who else have received incentives by the government not to protest? The Nigerian labour Congress and some other groups. If you think your life matters to this government, you are an idiot and should never be taken seriously by anyone. It's too late people, nothing can be done anymore. As far as the ratio of the rich to the poor is kept at a certain constant level, there won't be any unrest.

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