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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Brooklynsouth(f): 3:42am On Oct 29
richie240:
So d families of '78 massacred protesters' are all afraid to come out?
Azin, really?

Anywayz, Is falz not ur son? So I'm not surprised at ur comments.

Reminds me of d book "Because I'm involved".
cool
one day people will wish away any evil done to you as fake continue
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Brooklynsouth(f): 3:47am On Oct 29
ekestic1976:



Obviously, the recent Unity displayed by the youths of Southern Nigeria did not impact on you! What have you gained since you have been calling Other Nigerians names. Is Donald Trump your "unbiological" father? Looks like you may have received tutoring from him.
which mumu recent southern unity ? the one afonjas are trying hard to pin Lagos attack in the Igbos .there is no southern unity the earlier you know this .I will consider a foreigner before considering a Yoruba or hausa
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by ivolt: 4:03am On Oct 29
Brooklynsouth:
part of 4billion naira paid to Nigerian journalist to suppress end sars protest is manifesting in you enjoy the largesse
Ipob!
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by AnanseK(m): 4:24am On Oct 29
Farki:


When family members come out zombies will label them as paid IPOB actors and enemies of the state.

I have reported that overreaction.
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by IdontGivAfuck: 4:31am On Oct 29
Ogbuu101:
Falana,slippery afonja.
Keeps mentioning 'military' and carefully leaves out buhari when he knows soldiers can only be deployed with buhari's permission.
Same way he keeps making noise by suing DSS on ZakZaky's case when he knows buhari is the one keeping ZakZaky.

MODIFIED
Afonja mumuslims, you can quote and abuse as much as you like.
But d good thing is abokkis are even more cunning than you.
At the appropriate time, they will deal with your Muslim skulls grin
Look at that short ,former pastor who has recently started talking like a human rights activist.
But him no wan resign him position ooo.
Him dey de enjoy the perks of office,de share appointments to him cronies and relatives, yet de talk with 2 corners of his mouth.

Which one be slippery afonja again? grin

Infact from today I here by christian all Yoruba from afonja to slippery afonja

I move the motion to pass this into law, who seconds ?
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Brooklynsouth(f): 4:47am On Oct 29
ivolt:
Ipob!
BMC
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by ivolt: 4:48am On Oct 29
Brooklynsouth:
BMC
See your life

Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by pacespot: 4:51am On Oct 29
But those family members share the part of the blame too o, someone killed your sons and daughters and you are afraid of speaking up, what are you afraid of again, isn't that an insult to the memories of your kids?

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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Yebosola(m): 5:00am On Oct 29
greatiyk4u:
Unfortunately those who beat the drum of war hardly fall victim


Falz and his team of PROMINENT social media influencers are living happily consoling the poor dead with the gibberish of being HEROS,


there is nothing like fallen HERO, U DIE ,U DIE BE THAT

RIP TO THE DEAD



Nah only falz waka come? What of Worldwide chief correspondent DJ Socket ?

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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Wokenaija: 5:00am On Oct 29
Nigerians too fear, if you make your voice know via a good channel or medium nobody will touch you. Them go even want take money bribe you. Because your voice will be louder than theirs and no damage control can be done at that time. But like Fela said we dey fear wetin never happen.
Fahdiga:
The deep state at work. there are many cover ups. people are afraid to speak up because they might be hunted and killed
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Shattuck(m): 5:08am On Oct 29
ivolt:

What does the bold mean? Every person present was "affected" one way or another. This is likely a damage control to anticipate the lack of evidence for a "massacre". Falana is smart to use neutral language to describe the incident unlike some extremist propagandists.
look let me lecture you a bit people were shot at the toll gate and people died, at least the gov has already confirmed it, now that right there is a crime against humanity, the number of casualties does not determine innocence, it only determine how severe the crime was, but a crime was already committed, I dont know how you fools think trying to reduce the number of casualties proves innocence. how pathetic.

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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by DSoj(m): 5:10am On Oct 29
This man is an Idiot fanning senslessness

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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by 9jaDoomCountry: 5:18am On Oct 29
Fahdiga:
Be careful of what you defend so that it won't come back to hurt you tomorrow


Some people defended Boko Haram members because they wanted to spite Jonathan, Boko Haram ended up killing them. People never learn.


Nairaland is one place the oppressed fight a fellow oppressed in order to defend the oppressor.
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Staro: 5:31am On Oct 29
Terrible
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Aktsmith104: 5:39am On Oct 29
martineverest:
may u lose ur family members to know how painful these families feel
May God console u and grant u the grace to bear the loss we feel ur pain take heart that is y we will pursue justice for the killing
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Chiboto414: 5:48am On Oct 29
Falana is the mouth that speaks for the voiceless Nigerians........some Buhari asslickers would not like him...
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by solonazzy: 5:55am On Oct 29
Fahdiga:
The deep state at work. there are many cover ups. people are afraid to speak up because they might be hunted and killed
and d other family members of who spoke out wnt also voice out they are being killed?.... If we are dis afraid, what prompted the whole protest in the first place.... Thought we got tired of being silent admist oppression.... Abi na only police we get mouth for....

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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by harmony75: 5:55am On Oct 29
it's the truth may God continue to increase your wisdom sir.. the army went away with their bodies our heroes that they killed @Lekki tollgate massacre to cover up. in this age?? they can't escape death also.
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by solonazzy: 5:59am On Oct 29
Fahdiga:
The deep state at work. there are many cover ups. people are afraid to speak up because they might be hunted and killed
but were not afraid to protest and even stand in front of soldiers shooting... Me I dnt understand wat we want anymore... We can't start and now chicken out... They have claimed only 2 casualties... No single person has come out to add to the unfortunate tally.... This matter would end with soldiers claiming thugs disguised and shot admist d protesters...
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by greensandy: 6:27am On Oct 29
Commentor:
With this statement, I'm beginning to think he's as daft as his son.

I'm so surprised too.
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by greensandy: 6:30am On Oct 29
iamjavadem:
Liars!!!! What has happened to families of SARS victims that have spoken up or chibook girls that went missing. They should mention an instance where families of victims spoke up and something happened. Wailers keep moving from one lie to the other.

God bless you.

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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Praktikals(m): 6:34am On Oct 29
Fahdiga:
Be careful of what you defend so that it won't come back to hurt you tomorrow
The guy is right. We should not allow sentiment becloud our sense of reasoning. Falana did not make any iota of sense. How could he claim that over 70 people died but their families are afraid to speak out

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Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by greensandy: 6:36am On Oct 29
Doyou2019:


Laugh well oo because na so we go laugh your death here for NL when an unknown soldier guns you down.

Animal talk. Someone you don't know!
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by 2sexycom(m): 6:55am On Oct 29
ivolt:

What does the bold mean? Every person present was "affected" one way or another. This is likely a damage control to anticipate the lack of evidence for a "massacre". Falana is smart to use neutral language to describe the incident unlike some extremist propagandists.
you are a known APC bot on hear but wait until this evil gets to you or your love one's, you will understand better.

You are others in your circle are Playing with fire.
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by Lawly: 7:16am On Oct 29
God please let blood shed be the inherance of the generations of Buhari, buratai, thiefnibu, and sanwo-olu.


Let eternal damnation and unquanchable sufferings be the portions of their souls forever and ever more amen.
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by tesppidd: 7:17am On Oct 29
1. How can people who are bold enough to protest against Buhari be so scared to come out and report that their friends and family were massacred?.

2. There is no way that people like FFK, Reno, Dan Nwachuku, Secondus, Kola Olabodiyan and co. who despise Buhari and this government wouldn't take it upon themselves investigate and bring out the identities of those massacred.

3. Nobody is asking their friends and families to come out and confront the government.
But at least come out and ask for the corpses of your loved ones in order to give them a befitting burial na. Abi are they scared of that too?
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by michoim(m): 7:21am On Oct 29
Always distorted nonsense talk by this lawyer. All his talks are always targeted at pleasing some segments of the society that doesn't like listening to facts or truth...
Re: Falana: Why Family Members Of Lekki Victims Are Afraid To Speak by bigtt76(f): 7:22am On Oct 29
My thoughts too. Massacre and families won't cry out? angry especially now that government is proposing compensation?



[ author=ivolt post=95442122]
What does the bold mean? Every person present was "affected" one way or another. This is likely a damage control to anticipate the lack of evidence for a "massacre". Falana is smart to use neutral language to describe the incident unlike some extremist propagandists.[/quote]

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