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Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by fabinfos(f): 11:00am On Jun 04
Facebook has deleted President Buhari’s civil war statement for violating Facebook’s Community standards against inciting violence

He had threatened punishment for regional secessionists blamed for attacks on government buildings.

Buhari, who served in the army stated on Tuesday that many people misbehaving today were too young to remember the deaths and destruction from the civil war.

Facebook has now removed the post from their platform, as a quick check by LailasNews confirmed, as the whole statement, has been removed from the social media platform.

This is coming after we had earlier reported that the content remained on their platform, despite users reporting it.

In response to LailasNews, Facebook wrote that President Buhari’s post has been removed from their platform in line with their global policies.

The social media giants also went on to state that they removed a post from President Buhari’s Facebook page for violating our Community Standards against inciting violence.

Reiterating commitment to remove any content, from individuals or organisations that violates Facebook policies.

“In line with our global policies, we’ve removed a post from President Buhari’s Facebook page for violating our Community Standards against inciting violence. We remove any content, from individuals or organisations that violates our policies on Facebook.” A Facebook Spokesperson

Source: https://lailasnews.com/facebook-deletes-buharis-civil-war-statement-for-violating-policy/

Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Fasindo: 11:00am On Jun 04
shocked





. Twitter and Facebook are jaelous of Buhari 30 months war experience.

Twitter and Facebook should not provoke Buhari like they did to Trump if not he will speak in the language they will understand by showing them his 30 months war experience, after all Mark Zuckerberg was a child then

I wonder why the only war experience Buhari had is causing trouble. It's not easy for someone to move from 2nd leutenant to General and the only war experience he had lasted only 30 months.

Well know that Isah Pantami will develop alternate media app where Buhari will be gisting us about his 30 months war experience, after all Pantami is a IT guru from ATBU, he even taught computer science in Saudi Arabia

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by saaron(m): 11:04am On Jun 04
Twitter, now Facebook the message remains the same. The world is taken note of buhari's fulani terrorist regime. No blood has been spilled in the history of Nigeria like this bloody devilish regime.
In the end, all member of this Satanic regime will answer in the Hague for crimes against humanity against indigenous people in Nigeria. They'll all pay for every soul slaughtered by fulani terrorists invaders.

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by afroedo: 11:05am On Jun 04
I suggest is minders should tell him this 2021, not 1963

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Joromi1: 11:05am On Jun 04
Will Liar Mohammed also accuse Mark Zucherberg of aiding and abetting terrorism in Nigeria?

Will the terrorist Garbage Shehu also request that Facebook be removed from Nigeria?

Just asking.

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Fasindo: 11:10am On Jun 04
grin

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Jostoman: 11:21am On Jun 04
God bless Facebook and Twitter for us

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by slimjohn2k5: 11:22am On Jun 04
But to be fair, according to Lai Mohammad Nnamdi Kanu have made worse statements
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by JohnnyBlack101(m): 1:26pm On Jun 04
cheesy cheesy Lol... Buhari should just forget about his Facebook & Twitter Accounts for now, e no sabi talk for social media�
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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Nobody: 4:48pm On Jun 04
Such good news cheesy
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by AntiBMC(m): 4:50pm On Jun 04
So Bubu's favorite platform has turned its back on him. After paying Mark millions of dollars to restrict Nnamdi Kanu and Sahara Reporters' Facebook pages, one would think that Facebook would consider their very high-paying customer (bubu) and ignore the Facebook community demands, but they didn't. That is true democracy.

This will teach the fulani cabal that their tyranny and dictatorship ends here in Nigeria, with the local media houses they have on a short leash.

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by kettykin: 4:55pm On Jun 04
Facebook should block him from Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram, while Twitter should use the same solution they used to humble trump on him.

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by kettykin: 4:56pm On Jun 04
Facebook should block him from Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram, while Twitter should use the same solution they used to humble trump on him.

There is a difference between a failed military head and a failed civilian president
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by barojana: 5:16pm On Jun 04
Good news
Cc lalasticlala
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by mightyhaze: 5:20pm On Jun 04
Adamu garuba is coming with his own alternative app that will dislodge Facebook and Twitter and run them out of biz, just wait cheesy
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by owobokiri(m): 5:21pm On Jun 04
They should ban Facebook too..
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by doctokwus: 5:36pm On Jun 04
Millions of Facebook lovers in Nigeria get ready to lose your friends, family and lovers contacts,banter and picture stories because the demonic government will also soon ban Facebook.
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Fahdiga1: 5:37pm On Jun 04
This present Junta will go down as the worst in history of mankind

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by tellsblinks(m): 5:37pm On Jun 04
owobokiri:
They should ban Facebook too..
and you think it will stop Nigerians from accessing it?

No difference between you and Buhari

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Fahdiga1: 5:39pm On Jun 04
doctokwus:
Millions of Facebook lovers in Nigeria get ready to lose your friends, family and lovers contacts because the demonic government will also soon ban Facebook.
We never had it this bad. Buhari unenviable records will be hard to beat even by a goat
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by kettykin: 5:40pm On Jun 04
afroedo:
I suggest is minders should tell him this 2021, not 1963

even in 1967 what could be buhari do , he was not among the valiant military men, his boss Murtala Mohammed lost a whole Army division twice in Onitsha and Abagana then a little liuetenant is here making noise
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by owobokiri(m): 5:43pm On Jun 04
tellsblinks:
and you think it will stop Nigerians from accessing it?

No difference between you and Buhari
I want him to "ban the internet" too..
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by owobokiri(m): 5:43pm On Jun 04
Fahdiga1:
We never had it this bad. Buhari unenviable records will be hard to beat even by a goat

Have you noticed that their janja-weed internet urchins here are confused on how to respond?

Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by truthfulparrot(m): 5:45pm On Jun 04
Question :How do you plot the downfall of a dictator?

Answer: Work on his ego and misadvise him to make costly mistakes

Who are those advising PMB?

I keeps saying this: Buhari media aides and political advisers are deliberately sabotaging him.

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Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by doctokwus: 5:53pm On Jun 04
Once they ban Facebook,I am pretty sure nairaland will be next.
In 2015,these same scallywags used television,radio talkshows,print and online media against the GEJ government,to the applomb of majority of Nigerians.
Now with no dissenting voices on TV,radio,with minimal on print and with just some determined dissenting voices online,this government cannot stand just the online heat.
I guess if the same virulent opposition in all 4 media during GEJ's regime was still vibrant today every person in Nigeria would either now be in prison or asylum.
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Esseite: 5:48am On Jun 05
The Tech Giants are always in solidarity... are you going to black out Nigeria from the world without alternative Buhari?...
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Grace001: 6:12am On Jun 05
Wicked and heartless man
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Luckydubby7(m): 7:36am On Jun 05
Serve him right.
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by doctokwus: 6:25pm On Jun 15
Fahdiga1:
We never had it this bad. Buhari unenviable records will be hard to beat even by a goat
I have said it severally,that a statue would do better than Buhari because at least with a statue,your only problem is no decision being taken.
But with Buhari decisions are being taken that are taking us back several years and leading to loss of lives,means and livelihood.
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by ChoCho54(f): 6:38pm On Jun 15
Fasindo:
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I don't envy you guys oooo grin

Buhari already made history as the most disgraced president in sub Saharan Africa
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by christistruth01: 6:39pm On Jun 15
cool
Re: Facebook Deletes Buhari’s Civil War Statement For Violating Policy by Lanretoye(m): 7:44pm On Jun 15
Oya ban facebook too.

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