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Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by kneehighbootz: 11:00pm On Oct 16
Thank you for your support NIDs. God bless you.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by tensazangetsu20(m): 11:14pm On Oct 16
E be like say na only nairaland you dey. endsars protests has been going on across different nations.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by ifegy: 11:18pm On Oct 16
kneehighbootz:
I do not intend for my post to be inflammatory but your silence at this pivotal point in Nigeria history is deafening.

Please lend your voices to our struggle. Support us. Most of the protesters are young adults and are fighting battles that should have been fought and won by the older generation.

Please encourage us. We are all in this together. Thank you

Go on twitter. Lots of activity from Nigerians around the world there. Use any of the related hashtags and you'll find them.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by pocohantas(f): 11:19pm On Oct 16
Thousands of dollars used in financing feeding and medical bills during this protest, came from Nigerians in the diaspora.

Some have also hit the streets in the abroad.

No, they are not silent. NID are even more sensitive to local news than we homebased.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by ifegy: 11:19pm On Oct 16
pocohantas:
Thousands of dollars used in financing feeding and medical bills during this protest, came from Nigerians in the diaspora.

Some have also hit the streets in the abroad.

No, they are not silent. NID are even more sensitive to local news than we homebased.

Correct.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by TecM0: 11:28pm On Oct 16
Protest abroad is more of peaceful demonstration and peaceful walk with placard for some stated time while they return back to work

Nigerians in diaspora had don that in many cities of the world,

Or do you expect someone who works two shifts to pay bills , to stay all day blocking roads?

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by kneehighbootz: 11:34pm On Oct 16
pocohantas:
Thousands of dollars used in financing feeding and medical bills during this protest, came from Nigerians in the diaspora.

Some have also hit the streets in the abroad.

No, they are not silent. NID are even more sensitive to local news than we homebased.

This is great. Thank you for the information. I've modified my post.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by kneehighbootz: 11:35pm On Oct 16
ifegy:


Go on twitter. Lots of activity from Nigerians around the world there. Use any of the related hashtags and you'll find them.

Alright.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by kneehighbootz: 11:36pm On Oct 16
TecM0:
Protest abroad is more of peaceful demonstration and peaceful walk with placard for some stated time while they return back to work

Nigerians in diaspora had don that in many cities of the world,

Or do you expect someone who works two shifts to pay bills , to stay all day blocking roads?

Maybe if Nigeria looked like the Diaspora, there wouldn't have been any need to protest in the first place. Can you honestly say to yourself that Nigeria is a good country?
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by TecM0: 11:41pm On Oct 16
kneehighbootz:


Maybe if Nigeria looked like the Diaspora, there wouldn't have been any need to protest in the first place. Can you honestly say to yourself that Nigeria is a good country?

Why not travel out first and face that hard reality of the old saying grasses are not always greener

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by doggedfighter(f): 11:52pm On Oct 16
pocohantas:
Thousands of dollars used in financing feeding and medical bills during this protest, came from Nigerians in the diaspora.

Some have also hit the streets in the abroad.

No, they are not silent. NID are even more sensitive to local news than we homebased.

Facts
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by pocohantas(f): 11:57pm On Oct 16
kneehighbootz:


This is great. Thank you for the information. I've modified my post.

You are welcome. smiley
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Romangalactic(m): 1:04am On Oct 17
pocohantas:
Thousands of dollars used in financing feeding and medical bills during this protest, came from Nigerians in the diaspora.

Some have also hit the streets in the abroad.

No, they are not silent. NID are even more sensitive to local news than we homebased.
Source plz U will jst enta online & b quotin rubbish figures frm d sky

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Billions123: 3:10am On Oct 17
pocohantas:
Thousands of dollars used in financing feeding and medical bills during this protest, came from Nigerians in the diaspora.

Some have also hit the streets in the abroad.

No, they are not silent. NID are even more sensitive to local news than we homebased.
Not true, although people in diaspora played their part, but majority have come from homebased, i did my own little and I know a lot of people here at home that did their part too both as personal donations and as a business/company.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by pocohantas(f): 7:20am On Oct 17
Billions123:

Not true, although people in diaspora played their part, but majority have come from homebased, i did my own little and I know a lot of people here at home that did their part too both as personal donations and as a business/company.

What is not true? Did thousands of dollars not come from Nigerians in the diaspora? How does thousands of dollars mean MAJORITY of the funds came from NIDs?

Biko, read well before countering. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS came from Nigerians in the diaspora, VERY TRUE.

Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by adaolisa29165: 7:31am On Oct 17
:This is great. Thank you for the information. I've modified my post.You are welcome.
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Romangalactic(m): 7:49am On Oct 17
pocohantas:


What is not true? Did thousands of dollars not come from Nigerians in the diaspora? How does thousands of dollars mean MAJORITY of the funds came from NIDs?

Biko, read well before countering. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS came from Nigerians in the diaspora, VERY TRUE.
Unverified figurez. hw & who iz trackin donations?

Provide a credible source,u dey show pic wit feminist social media handles, d same feminist dat ar ushually know 4 blatant lyin

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Romangalactic(m): 7:55am On Oct 17
Billions123:

Not true, although people in diaspora played their part, but majority have come from homebased, i did my own little and I know a lot of people here at home that did their part too both as personal donations and as a business/company.
see dose foods,drinks, medikal assist, majority wer PRO BONO. Pocohantas go fynd d meanine of dis word & help urself
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Romangalactic(m): 8:13am On Oct 17
pocohantas:

I have no plans of doing that sef. I posted a screenshot of donations as at last week and someone said it is a lie. The person doesn’t the know the group responsible for receiving and disbursing most funds. A lot of them are just doing bandwagon on social media and are totally oblivious of the work being done. grin grin
And wat iz d name of d group,dey dont haff name? Ar dey secrit society? Typ deir name here so dey can be apresiated. Even if dey exist,am 1000 parcent sure u nt part of diz group.
Evrytin u jst want 2 make abt urself & place urself in d middle.

Go out & carry placard,even celebs lyk omotola wit 100 tyms more money dan u can dream of ar outsyd protestin, bt u ar insyd house talkin of group disbursing fund.
Who u

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by YoungDaNaval(m): 8:36am On Oct 17
This thread go make sense grin
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Billions123: 10:56am On Oct 17
pocohantas:


What is not true? Did thousands of dollars not come from Nigerians in the diaspora? How does thousands of dollars mean MAJORITY of the funds came from NIDs?

Biko, read well before countering. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS came from Nigerians in the diaspora, VERY TRUE.

Use your Calculator more, add up all the pounds, euros, dollars, e still no reach 62m naira, e no even reach half (30m), it's just about 11m. Problem is when you people see foreign figures, you start imagining numbers... BTC was donated by both home and abroad so lets leave that aside. Point is, give the homebased guys their accolade this time.

People in Nigeria contributed 6X more than people in diaspora but you choose to give people in diaspora special mention like they're not part of nigerians or they don't have families here. Well, we move

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by pocohantas(f): 11:13am On Oct 17
Billions123:

Use your Calculator more, add up all the pounds, euros, dollars, e still no reach 62m naira, e no even reach half (30m), it's just about 11m. Problem is when you people see foreign figures, you start imagining numbers... BTC was donated by both home and abroad so lets leave that aside. Point is, give the homebased guys their accolade this time.

People in Nigeria contributed 6X more than people in diaspora but you choose to give people in diaspora special mention like they're not part of nigerians or they don't have families here. Well, we move

Topic: People in DIASPORA are silent, they should show us SUPPORT.

Me: They are not silent, they contributed thousands of FCY.

You: They didn’t contribute MAJORITY.

Question: Are diasporans silent?

Answer: NO.

Question: Did they show SUPPORT.

Answer: YES

Question: Is the topic/my post on who showed MAJORITY support?

Answer: NO

I hope this gets into your head.

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Billions123: 12:08pm On Oct 17
pocohantas:


Topic: People in DIASPORA are silent, they should show us SUPPORT.

Me: They are not silent, they contributed thousands of FCY.

You: They didn’t contribute MAJORITY.

Question: Are diasporans silent?

Answer: NO.

Question: Did they show SUPPORT.

Answer: YES

Question: Is the topic/my post on who showed MAJORITY support?

Answer: NO

I hope this gets into your head.

Topic I'm seeing is "Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora"

Anyway, enjoy

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Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by Macsjebs(m): 12:08pm On Oct 18
kneehighbootz:
Thank you for your support NIDs. God bless you.

Amen, we back home still doing the little we can too
A percentage of proceeds from every patronage I get on nairaland is set aside for this
Although patronage has been low, but we still pushing and people has been posting good reviews on the thread on my signature
Cheers
Re: Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora by GallantDuke(m): 6:06pm On Oct 18
Billions123:

Topic I'm seeing is "Thank you for the support Nigerians in Diaspora"
Anyway, enjoy
Yea
The topic was modified.

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