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Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Nobody: 6:10am On Oct 21
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by OZOnNengiTheory: 6:12am On Oct 21

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by blazepascal(m): 6:12am On Oct 21
Haha this one pass them

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by OZOnNengiTheory: 6:12am On Oct 21
This is chest beating taken to another level

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Kzinne: 6:13am On Oct 21
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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by EmekaBlue(m): 6:14am On Oct 21
Collect their guns and beat them black/blue

idiots army following useless orders like fools

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by HAccord: 6:15am On Oct 21
OZOnNengiTheory:
This is chest beating taken to another level

Sharap there! Ozodimgba!

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Nobody: 6:16am On Oct 21
OZOnNengiTheory:
This is chest beating taken to another level

Typical afonja, he has abandoned revolution to attack IPOB/Kanu who is now leading the revolution Sowore and Aisha started and have ran away abandoning the people. Sick!

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by jakD: 6:27am On Oct 21
EmekaBlue:
Collect their guns and beat them black/blue

idiots army following useless orders like fools

Honestly, the Army are useless. Though I understand how the military work but then, in everything, it's imperative to use sense.

Even Bible advised the application of sense in following order.

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Kingscee: 6:35am On Oct 21
OZOnNengiTheory:
This is chest beating taken to another level

Afonja I sight you

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by NnadyAutos: 6:45am On Oct 21
This has nothing to do with IPOB, but protesters. Those protesting in other states of the federation are they IPOB?

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Blakjewelry(m): 6:49am On Oct 21
Common sense, if the army did not retreat but decided to start what you guys think will be the story now. Abeg make use our head. We should ended this protest and later come back to request for more. But when we keep asking for what is not there I wonder what's the point.

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by alexsoftwork(m): 6:50am On Oct 21
Una don start. Nigerian army ran away kor, Nigerian army ran away ni.

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by awgumayor: 6:53am On Oct 21
rakazt:


Typical afonja, he has abandoned revolution to attack IPOB/Kanu who is now leading the revolution Sowore and Aisha started and have ran away abandoning the people. Sick!
Them Regular Trademark.

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by sammysmiles(m): 6:54am On Oct 21
grin grin
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by bewla(m): 6:56am On Oct 21
pls send this one down here
your brothers here for am for home
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Lipscomb(m): 6:57am On Oct 21
This country self.
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by globalresource: 6:57am On Oct 21
Lovely
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Kingscee: 6:58am On Oct 21
Blakjewelry:
Common sense, if the army did not retreat but decided to start what you guys think will be the story now. Abeg make use our head. We should ended this protest and later come back to request for more. But when we keep asking for what is not there I wonder what's the point.

See how this Yoruba guys dey fear Nigeria soldiers wey boko haram dey use like pvssy

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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by BigSarah(f): 6:59am On Oct 21
Old news
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Jack005(m): 7:00am On Oct 21
Enough of this ipob afonja talk abeg.. It won't. take us no where
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by shugabasbn: 7:00am On Oct 21
Stupid people(army) stupid nation
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by ThatFairGuy1: 7:01am On Oct 21
It's saddening where we found ourself as a Nation today, we hope Nigeria doesn't turn to another Somalia....

Amid the State of the Nation, we shouldn't forget to table our demands and follow it up.

THIS TRAGEDY SHOULDN'T STRUCK US AND GO WITHOUT MEANINGFUL ACHIEVEMENTS

RestructureNgNOW
THE 7-POINT DEMANDS

Concerned Nigerian started this petition to Nigerian government and 1 other
We recognize that this moment is the culmination of decades of dissatisfaction over the decay and corruption of our dear country, Nigeria.
We find the unhealthy haste to fashion a unit termed “SWAT” to be a misrepresentation of the 5for5 demand. It is not enough.
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There had been several constitutional reviews where youths were obviously absent. Whether by omission or commission or both, the time has come for an informed and progressive participation by the youths.
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Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Aboks(m): 7:03am On Oct 21
alexsoftwork:
Una don start. Nigerian army ran away kor, Nigerian army ran away ni.

grin grin Leave dem wen army go start dem go complain say na innocent people dem dey kill
dem don dey beat drum of war

Notin concern me people wey go die go die
If una like no use una head

Ear wey no hear word dey follow head enter grave
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Aboks(m): 7:07am On Oct 21
Kingscee:


See how this Yoruba guys dey fear Nigeria soldiers wey boko haram dey use like pvssy

Just go lead for front make dem use u do range
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Biodun556(m): 7:11am On Oct 21
alexsoftwork:
Una don start. Nigerian army ran away kor, Nigerian army ran away ni.

That's how they decieve themselves and face bullets.
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by nnamdi640: 7:46am On Oct 21
OZOnNengiTheory:
This is chest beating taken to another level
Say no to tribalism. We need to speak in one voice
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Pcharles2(m): 7:49am On Oct 21
It's clear that the people who commented above, many of them didn't watch the video.
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by TOPCRUISE(m): 7:50am On Oct 21
Lol. This is not the joke section please
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by jlinkd78(m): 7:52am On Oct 21
Noted
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by Wiseandtrue(f): 7:53am On Oct 21
Buratai, are you still going to deny that the Nigerian Army are not shooting protesters
Re: Nigerian Army Ran Away When Bullets Didn't Penetrate IPOB Members In Aba by soke02(m): 7:55am On Oct 21
This where we need Opc in the southwest also

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