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Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by truth4ull: 11:42am On Nov 17
"Protest is a fundamental human right. They have to free Eromosele Adene." - Eromosele's mother.

Source:
https://twitter.com/PulseNigeria247/status/1328611198938574848?s=20

Watch video here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqYyczyApS8

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by donbachi(m): 12:23pm On Nov 17
Another protest loading....

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by Lipscomb(m): 12:25pm On Nov 17
No problem but no protest would allow in Lagos ...Abuja is the capital.
donbachi:
Another protest loading....

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by chamboy(m): 1:31pm On Nov 17
Part of my holistic pragmatic solution towards nation building.
I had a great thought of My dear Country and I came up with some thoughts.

Love is the solution to our problem.

In saying that, our problem is a class war against Political class that have used us against each other due to lack of unity. Whether you like it or not all Politicians are friends and we need to stop fighting their battle.

They've successfully worked against our unity with various forms.


One thing I propose is a language and cultural influence by youth. Culture transpire. We need to influence each other. I'm talking of a Nigeria where a 21 years old Igbo boy living in Enugu can speak Igbo, Hausa and maybe Yoruba or Hausa Boy speaking Yoruba prominently. Forget school, school curriculum is messed up.

The Question is, what can we do. We can orchestrate a platform where people from different regions connect and teach each other their culture and language. ZOOM, whatsapp calls, video or audio calls. Even Facebook meetings, instagram live videos focused towards enabling Youths from different part of Nigeria to meet up and teach each other their culture and value towards a possible future peaceful community. We can even develop Mobile Apps or Website or a mobile Network platform even like midnight calls to capture the teenagers.


Any like minded person should please reach out to me.

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by seyicodes(m): 1:31pm On Nov 17
Ok
Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by Kingrefreshed: 1:32pm On Nov 17
truth4ull:
"Protest is a fundamental human right. They have to free Eromosele Adene." - Eromosele's mother.

Source:
https://twitter.com/PulseNigeria247/status/1328611198938574848?s=20

Watch video here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqYyczyApS8

Mark my words!!The next Protest will sink and consume Nigeria!!!

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by sammyj: 1:32pm On Nov 17
angry angry What a wicked government !! angry angry

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by paymentvoucher: 1:33pm On Nov 17
Kingrefreshed:


Mark my words!!The next Protest will sink and consume Nigeria!!!

It will be mad protest!!!

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by alingo2013(m): 1:33pm On Nov 17
This country nawa

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by CharterService: 1:33pm On Nov 17
Sweet mother, God pass devil

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by oluwaseunamos33(m): 1:33pm On Nov 17
don't worry, they must free him, they are waitin to receive my call before dey do necessary tins and i've warned them of that
Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by bancoleh: 1:34pm On Nov 17
Hmm, Fundamental human right in this country, okay o
Video editing
Make a smooth reverse effect

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEmKQE3xXtc
Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by updatechange(m): 1:34pm On Nov 17
The next protest go be like the end of the world, and at the Nigerians will blike ...

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by tot(f): 1:35pm On Nov 17
Wicked govt. Continuously trying to silence any criticism. If they were working and the country moving forward, would people be complaining? Rather than face these issues, they are busy trying to silence people. HOW MANY CAN THEY SILENCE?! undecided

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by ogashman(m): 1:36pm On Nov 17
This govt is just hell bent on gagging decenting voices.


Na express this govt dey go so...


Abeg check my siggy If u don tire for this corntree

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by Sixthsense2021: 1:36pm On Nov 17
He’s already been bailed

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by GreenBusiness: 1:37pm On Nov 17
Many people would be delighted to buy cheap items online
Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by updatechange(m): 1:38pm On Nov 17
But which kind confusing thread is this..? The former thread said they've granted him bail of 1million now you're saying the need to free him again.
Op dot look for trouble this afternoon o

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by Xzellentgraphic: 1:38pm On Nov 17
The Govt will soon no how far

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by Seniorwriter(m): 1:38pm On Nov 17
chamboy:
Part of my holistic pragmatic solution towards nation building.
I had a great thought of My dear Country and I came up with some thoughts.

Love is the solution to our problem.

In saying that, our problem is a class war against Political class that have used us against each other due to lack of unity. Whether you like it or not all Politicians are friends and we need to stop fighting their battle.

They've successfully worked against our unity with various forms.


One thing I propose is a language and cultural influence by youth. Culture transpire. We need to influence each other. I'm talking of a Nigeria where a 21 years old Igbo boy living in Enugu can speak Igbo, Hausa and maybe Yoruba or Hausa Boy speaking Yoruba prominently. Forget school, school curriculum is messed up.

The Question is, what can we do. We can orchestrate a platform where people from different regions connect and teach each other their culture and language. ZOOM, whatsapp calls, video or audio calls. Even Facebook meetings, instagram live videos focused towards enabling Youths from different part of Nigeria to meet up and teach each other their culture and value towards a possible future peaceful community. We can even develop Mobile Apps or Website or a mobile Network platform even like midnight calls to capture the teenagers.


Any like minded person should please reach out to me.

This is nice....As a Team Lead in an NGO I think I have interest...let's chat intricately and fordge ahead on Facebook Messenger....

Proactivity Leads To Productivity!

©Seniorwriter
Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by MrTAnonymous(m): 1:40pm On Nov 17
I see no reason why Nigerians are jubilating because Eronmz was granted bail. The magistrate court should have dismissed the case and mandated the police to pay compensation fee to the family. Protest is not a crime.

Anyways, we are getting there. One day this country will be great.


Incase you don't know na me talk

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by Zyxzzzz: 1:40pm On Nov 17
So sorry
Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by R0kstarr8(m): 1:42pm On Nov 17
Common man don't have rights in this country
Endsars part 2 is coming soon this December hope it won't extend to 2021 oo

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by ba7man(m): 1:43pm On Nov 17
If your refusal to negotiate with the govt leads to breakdown of law and order, widespread violence and destruction of businesses and infrastructure, it's only right you're violently resisted the next time you attempt your juvenile folly.

People who lost their livelihoods, properties and had their lives disrupted are silent but are seething at these protesters.

If they try their trash next time and they're attacked, it won't be the govt, it will be people like me who have a lot to loose through the disruption of lives and businesses by jobless youth.

You think you're crazy but you'll find out the silent ones are the craziest.

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Re: Eromosele Adene Mother: Protest A Fundamental Human Right. They Must Free My Son by kokkubabboni421(m): 1:44pm On Nov 17
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