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Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by davillian(m): 3:43pm On Jan 13
sad
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by Lagosfinder(m): 3:43pm On Jan 13
Na was l
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by Goldenbrain: 3:45pm On Jan 13
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Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by AuwalYusuf812(m): 3:46pm On Jan 13
Make dem go villa grin
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by realstars: 3:53pm On Jan 13
blinking001:
I have confidence in this administration... their demands will be met speedily.... this administration has proven over the years to be people friendly....
They Will Not Bow Without Media And Media Warriors..
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by promzy555(m): 3:54pm On Jan 13
Dansioligy:
Ftc. After being a Nairalander for over 4 years.
I dedicate this to the All retired Veterans that have served this Nation with a pure heart.
I dedicate this to the fallen heros and to my loving wife for being patient for me.
May God bless us all �
stingy man, only get front page u still collect first comment... I run for who nor run for u
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by Ekele22(m): 3:55pm On Jan 13
Hahahaha,everywhere is protest in Nigeria,a country filled with deception.
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by NeoWanZaeed(m): 4:05pm On Jan 13
Breaks my heart
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by GidiCars: 4:07pm On Jan 13
You fight for nigeria and you die, you die for nothing. The people in the geographical area called nigerians don't give a fjck about the country. The southern regions want the country to fall, so your fighting is in vain.

Nigeria is a British creation, so you're fighting for the Brits and the north, cause they're the most vocal on one nigeria.

Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by IgboWarlord(m): 4:19pm On Jan 13
Please,e never too tey i join Nairaland as member..I want to ask,why is that anybody that is FTC will start giving shout outs and singing praises..Is there any prize to be won for being FTC??..Dem dey give RBS?

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Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by HonLord: 4:28pm On Jan 13
realstars:
This Where The Same Men They Used To Kill Millions Of Inocenet Citizens In The Name Of War, Just To Buttress Their Selfish Interest.
Now They Are Left Alone To Hunger.

Whether they are paid or not is not an important issue at the moment.
They ate their pay while in service, serving their father's land abi? How old are these soldiers compared to the age of Nigeria?

You see, they served Nigeria as a country; and not their father's land. Their father's lands are all IN THEIR DIFFERENT VILLAGES, not in Abuja.

When you join criminals to wage war against justice - it then means injustice will overtake you in future. ALL OF YOU WILL HAVE TO SUFFER INJUSTICES TILL DEATH for killing Justice without concern in the name of protecting the nation. Protest continue till 2023.
Well, this is what happens in the reign of an EXTREMIST. If ordinary cat is allowed to read the Quran, what will you see? - Killings and Deaths!!!!!!!!

Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by VeeVeeMyLuv(m): 4:39pm On Jan 13
But why do u guys and the police usually clamp down on peaceful citizens that are demanding for a better society that will benefit u and the future generations.

Now look at u, they are depriving u of common pension. Whenever there is another Nationwide protest I hope u will borrow sense and join to ameliorate your plight.

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Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by CountLaka(m): 5:04pm On Jan 13
The president too na veteran
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by Burruchaga71(m): 6:24pm On Jan 13
Police should get all of them arrested.. Protest is illegal in Nigeria..
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by realstars: 6:47pm On Jan 13
HonLord:


Whether they are paid or not is not an important issue at the moment.
They ate their pay while in service, serving their father's land abi? How old are these soldiers compared to the age of Nigeria?

You see, they served Nigeria as a country; and not their father's land. Their father's lands are all IN THEIR DIFFERENT VILLAGES, not in Abuja.

When you join criminals to wage war against justice - it then means injustice will overtake you in future. ALL OF YOU WILL HAVE TO SUFFER INJUSTICES TILL DEATH for killing Justice without concern in the name of protecting the nation. Protest continue till 2023.
Well, this is what happens in the reign of an EXTREMIST. If ordinary cat is allowed to read the Quran, what will you see? - Killings and Deaths!!!!!!!!
Year, Your View Looks Real, you know' by then, their pay was not enough for them to care for their family
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by comshots(m): 8:19pm On Jan 13
Kennyfancy:
And Buhari is also a retired General, or are they not paying Buhari also
Buhari is the minister of petroleum and president of Nigeria.He doesn't need pension money.Yusuf is the one eating his pension.
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by comshots(m): 8:23pm On Jan 13
GidiCars:
You fight for nigeria and you die, you die for nothing. The people in the geographical area called nigerians don't give a fjck about the country. The southern regions want the country to fall, so your fighting is in vain.

Nigeria is a British creation, so you're fighting for the Brits and the north, cause they're the most vocal on one nigeria.

Are those pics recent attacks?
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by calcal: 1:38am On Jan 14
Reinaldo:
APC! Change!! What a scam. undecided

APC renovated/built Agege train station, Lagos - what an achievement for 6 years
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by offset67(m): 9:58am On Jan 14
bayelsaowei:
Any need serving this foolish country.. why won't nigerians escape for their dear lives to Canada and other sane climes...mumu country
you are a fool
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by gforce5: 10:27am On Jan 14
I wish that I could like this quote several times. Nigeria doesn't appreciate intellectuals. All we care about is money and power hence why Politicians and Religious Leaders are so powerful in this part of the world. More intellectuals will soon leave this country as it doesn't appreciate them.
Mavrick2012:
The developed countries value
Scientist
Teachers
Technocrats
Farmers
and politicians

In Nigeria,we value only
Politicians
Religion leaders

Now u understand why we are where we are lol
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by juman(m): 10:37am On Jan 14
Military is the worst thing ever happened to this country.

IBB alone allegedly stole twelve billion dollars.

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Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by bayelsaowei: 11:36am On Jan 14
offset67:
you are a fool
you are worthless..

Keep serving Nigeria and expect not even your pension to be paid on time or even paid at all..who is the fool here?

Nonsense
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by Nigeriadondie: 2:12pm On Jan 14
JudgeKronos:
Lesson to those still in service
You shoot unarmed protesters and abuse civilians anyhow, in the end the government will still abandon you to suffer at old age.
They are fools and zombies na. Now they are bloody civilians

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Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by Nigeriadondie: 2:16pm On Jan 14
VeeVeeMyLuv:
But why do u guys and the police usually clamp down on peaceful citizens that are demanding for a better society that will benefit u and the future generations.

Now look at u, they are depriving u of common pension. Whenever there is another Nationwide protest I hope u will borrow sense and join to ameliorate your plight.
It is too late for them. Now their eyes don clear. The killers in Lekki would face the same fate. That is the reason I never sympathize with retired soldiers
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by Nigeriadondie: 2:17pm On Jan 14
offset67:
you are a fool
Why is he a fool?
Re: Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Retired Veterans Protesting In Abuja by DedeNkem: 12:20am On Jan 15
Nigerian governments hate paying salaries and pensions! The level of corruption in this zoo of a "country" is astronomical!

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