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ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by H100: 7:46pm On Oct 16
Some handful of Nigerians in Turkey had slated to pull a peaceful protest in solidarity and alliance with what is happening back home with dates and venue already fixed for Istanbul and Ankara but an umbrella body in an official statement on her Facebook page signaled all Nigerians in Turkey not to take law into their hands as Authorities have disapprove any of such gathering

The statement from NICOT reads


Dear fellow Nigerians, in the advent of what is going in Nigeria, which has gone global and NICOT has received many calls and messages from Nigerians in diaspora and those who are residing here to stage a protest in solidarity with our youths back home.

NICOT, understand your plight and grievances over the injustices, police brutalities, and bad governance which led to the slogan #EndSars, etc. NICOT'S President took it upon himself to have a meeting with the Turkish authority for a permission to stage a protest, but the permission was denied due to the panel code on COVID-19 measure which states that: "Staging a protect or gathering of people in a large group is highly prohibited"

It is unfortunate, that the permission was denied, but you shall be notified of any changes.

Please, be advised and adhere to the information and keep your calm.

Thanks.

NICOT MANAGEMENT.

https://www.facebook.com/315405831923426/posts/2039692366161422/

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by MOLOTOVcockTAIL(m): 7:47pm On Oct 16
Terrorist Country

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Fajoe2020: 7:49pm On Oct 16
Don't worry guys you can still do that in your houses, rooms and post it online.we know you guys are with us.
#ENDSARS

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by TecM0: 7:51pm On Oct 16
Turkey doesn't fvcking care.. infact they are one of the countries pumping weapons to Boko Haram and Shekau

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by jlinkd78(m): 7:56pm On Oct 16
A once Christianity dominated country but now over 90% Islamic dominated

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by eyiolarhomisore: 8:10pm On Oct 16
jlinkd78:
A once Christianity dominated country but now over 90% Islamic dominated

Let our leaders sit and be doing like mumu.in the next 50 years Nigeria will be a sharia state

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by HAccord: 8:25pm On Oct 16
Turkey is a confused hopeless country that sponsor terrorists. They want to be Europeans today and Arabs the next day. Confused motherfukkers!

They are also thieves too, I bought goods from a turkish online company called Smart kimya many months ago, they simply took my money and refused to deliver, they don't respond to customer complaints, they simply don't care. Just the typical Arab feudal mentality. Useless nincompoops.

The goods I bought after then from Singapore, Thailand and China have all arrived but these Turkish thieves still have my money and goods. That country should be bombed back to paleolithic age.

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by tobechi20(m): 8:27pm On Oct 16
Turkey is Muslim dominated.
Muslim dominated north do not support scrapping of SARS

Link

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Fahdiga(m): 8:58pm On Oct 16
Rubbish. and who's Turkey among the community of strong countries. A terrorist laden country

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Abasman008(m): 9:30pm On Oct 16
Terrorists... Shame

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Earlystar698(m): 9:32pm On Oct 16
Turkey is an islamic republic so I'm not surprised here, I feel for the people of turkey..
Islamabad... The president is an extremist also just like Nigeria lifeless slowpoke president

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Banmeallday: 9:32pm On Oct 16
That’s because Turkey already sees that what you people are protesting is not dumb, but not serious either....

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by StaffofOrayan(m): 9:36pm On Oct 16
Southerners, know thine enemies

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by DropsMic(m): 12:11pm On Oct 17
Hmm
Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Jeremiahgynag(m): 12:11pm On Oct 17
Hmmmm

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by SultanOfPuna: 12:11pm On Oct 17
Nawao
Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by EyezofGod120: 12:11pm On Oct 17
Na bullhari tell them not to allow us to protest

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Epstein(m): 12:11pm On Oct 17
Terrorist supporters

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by gideonite98(m): 12:12pm On Oct 17
Hmmm covid?
Don't know how bad covid is over there but they should allow people protest.
Hand sanitizers will be put in place by the protesters and face mask will be worn by them, so I see no reason not to allow them to protest.

And people should stop shouting turkey is a terrorist country or dominated by Muslims
That's not what we are fighting against
We care about ending of police brutality and the government brutality.

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Omezif(m): 12:12pm On Oct 17
Turkey is a disgrace, since they are also protesting in their country with weapons why can't allow others from another countries who want peacefull protest.

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by omoadeleye(m): 12:12pm On Oct 17
Uhm
Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by GIANTPLUSHUB: 12:12pm On Oct 17
Nigerians at home didn't even notice sef.

GIANTPLUSHUB ENT.
Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by tolumizzy(m): 12:12pm On Oct 17
The change is now... We want new naija

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by wonuks(m): 12:13pm On Oct 17
Islamic terrorist country. Guys do your protest inside your rooms and post the pics online.

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by Ayo2004: 12:13pm On Oct 17
This turkey government don collaborate with Buhari grin

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Re: ENDSARS: Turkish Authorities Deny Nigerians Permission For Protest by ignis(f): 12:13pm On Oct 17
#ENDSARS

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