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Why "Buhari Must Not Go' by Jaybee8181(m): 11:32pm On Jun 11
Sincerely the government and our leaders are not doing enough to ease the pain and suffering of the masses.

In view of this I'd like to personally participate in a peaceful protest yo awareness about the poor living conditions our citizens.

I said "awareness" just in case they are too blind to see what Nigerians are going through . But definitely not with this Buhari must go tag.

President Buhari as we know was democratically elected and know amount of protest can force him to resign as president.
In fact 199million Nigerian can be sacrificed for a single politician remain in power in this country..
So fellow citizens let's reevaluate our purpose for any protest be about good governance and not about personal vandetta in baddos voice
Re: Why "Buhari Must Not Go' by TarOrfeeek: 11:54pm On Jun 11
So what your Fulani pea sized brain could come up with is - every single Nigerian can/would be killed by the murderer just to remain in power.


Omeuax, these are really dark times for our country.

How did thr Yoruba convince us to vote a murderous alzeimher patient as President.

We have lost the glory days to ethnic strife and selfishness.

Chai

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Re: Why "Buhari Must Not Go' by ygowon: 12:32am On Jun 12
I think the protest should be directed to the national assembly to immediately impeach buhari
Jaybee8181:
Sincerely the government and our leaders are not doing enough to ease the pain and suffering of the masses.

In view of this I'd like to personally participate in a peaceful protest yo awareness about the poor living conditions our citizens.

I said "awareness" just in case they are too blind to see what Nigerians are going through . But definitely not with this Buhari must go tag.

President Buhari as we know was democratically elected and know amount of protest can force him to resign as president.
In fact 199million Nigerian can be sacrificed for a single politician remain in power in this country..
So fellow citizens let's reevaluate our purpose for any protest be about good governance and not about personal vandetta in baddos voice

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