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|Fighting For Nigerians by dview001(m): 10:36am On Jan 20|
I have noticed why Nigeria would continue being the way it is, the problem of Nigeria is not our dark occultic leaders, but , the average Nigerian.
Case study :
[/i]Many young Nigerians fought and paid with their lives during the #EndSars protest. I could remember a particular guy that wrote a letter to be read to his mum after he couldn't survived the gunshot wounds he had during the protest.
Yet, after few weeks Nigerians have all forgotten about these people and moved on like nothing happened. [i]
It is advised that, no one should ever fight for Nigerians, it is a waste of time and brain cells
|Re: Fighting For Nigerians by paschalj4(m): 10:49am On Jan 20|
you are right.
|Re: Fighting For Nigerians by dview001(m): 10:31pm On Jan 21|
It's glaring even to the blind
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