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DSS Releases 5 #BuhariMustGo Activists Arrested At Dunamis Church (Pictures) / #FreeSowore Protest Rocks Abuja House In London, UK (Pictures, Video) / #SayHerNameNigeria: Protest Rocks Abuja, Lagos Over Police Raid On Women (pics) (2) (3) (4)
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by oglalasioux(m): 9:55am On Jun 21|
Total waste of time and unwanted heat up of the polity. The only legitimate way to remove a government is through impeachment or elections. This madness has to stop!
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Godkillbuhari(m): 9:55am On Jun 21|
LordviccoDaGuru:Mad man spotted
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by vickydevoka(m): 9:56am On Jun 21|
setobaba:U no Sabi business. Snap plus de engine. Abi u know wan sell
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by neyorlmogzy(m): 10:00am On Jun 21|
taiwotimitt:Kindly add the oza room
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Ishilove: 10:01am On Jun 21|
GAZZUZZ:Protesting against bad governance is not treason.
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|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Unrated900(m): 10:05am On Jun 21|
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by chukel(m): 10:13am On Jun 21|
Nukilia:just quote one law he trampled on or part of the constitution he breached. Just one.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by btoks: 10:13am On Jun 21|
oglalasioux:A real democracy allows protests. If you go to Downing Street London now, you will likely find a group protesting against the UK Prime Minister. In fact, his motorcade is shouted at mist of the tome
Protests keep the government on its toes. You can't sit there thinking all is going well.
Obviously protests cannot remove a democratically elected leader but it can make the leader think twice about their actions and in some cases they have to resign if the pressure gets too much.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by naptu2: 10:14am On Jun 21|
Not necessarily true. They are protesting that Buhari must go, but they did not state exactly how he must go. It's not treason to ask the president to resign. The resignation of the president is recognised by the constitution and it is a lawful demand. It is also not treasonable to ask the National Assembly to impeach him. That is also recognised by the constitution.
What is illegal is to try to or plan to remove the president by any means that is not recognised in the constitution.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by onuman: 10:15am On Jun 21|
Buhari is the luckiest man God ever created.
A man like Buhari - so inarticulate in speech, so ignorant of modern trends in politics and leadership, so ethnoreligiously bigoted, so hateful of other Nigerian tribes apart from his Fulani, so bereft of what it takes to preside over a country - but still stays as president of a country like Nigeria.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by chukel(m): 10:19am On Jun 21|
oluwaahmed:ignoramus. You think this is Hollywood.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by AdeolaOmoOba(m): 10:21am On Jun 21|
Nigeria ain't America, Buhari's not gonna resign no matter the protest.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by PARADIZEPRIEST: 10:23am On Jun 21|
2023 SHOULD BE THE FOCUS FOR ALL!
SOWORE STOP WASTING INNOCENT IGNORANT LIVES because OF ONE DARE DEVIL MAN.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by AnanseK(m): 10:24am On Jun 21|
[b]Senate President Ahmad Lawan
The Coalition of Northern Groups, CNG, on Thursday, called on the National Assembly to suspend the review of the 1999 Constitution, describing it as ill-timed and uncalled for, particularly in the face of the growing agitation for Nigeria’s break-up.
It also urged the National Assembly to invoke the doctrine of necessity to organize a Biafra referendum as the final step towards the separation of the Igbo from the rest of Nigeria.
This was part of the presentation which CNG made before the leadership of the National Assembly against the backdrop of the disturbances created by certain interest groups in the South-East, in the form of the agitation for a separate State of Biafra.
Briefing journalists in Abuja after the presentation, CNG Spokesman, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, noted that the Biafra agitation in the Southeast had turned violent, alleging that the aim of the unrest in the region was to instigate reprisals by northerners against people from other parts of the country.
He said, “We demanded the immediate suspension of the ongoing exercise for the review of the 1999 Constitution and to concentrate on the first priority of determining who and what actually constitutes Nigeria as a nation in the present circumstance in which the Igbo, by taking up arms against the Nigerian state for the third time, have foreclosed every hope for the rest of us to continue coexisting with them as one nation.
“In order to achieve the final separation of the Igbo from the rest of Nigeria, we also demanded the NASS to organize a referendum by seeking the cover of the same Doctrine of Necessity invoked by Nigeria’s federal Parliament that paved way for former President Goodluck Jonathan’s takeover by declaring the late President Umaru Musa Yaradua unfit.
“We further demanded NASS to prevail on the federal government of Nigeria to invite the United Nations as well as the African Union and ECOWAS, to initiate the process of self-determination to mandate the Biafrans out of the Nigerian union by leveraging on the several relevant international treaties and conventions to which Nigeria is a signatory.
“Today, everyone can see that the diabolical scheme planned and exhibited in the actions and clamours of IPOB, supported morally and politically by the vast majority of the pliant and affrighted Igbo elites, politicians, traditional rulers, business persons, and the larger population of this ethnic group has pushed Nigeria to the precipice.
“We are convinced that this renewed violent determination of the Igbo to see through the secession of the South-East from Nigeria is now real and cannot be avoided or deferred any longer without terrible consequences.
“In order to avoid such mishaps and unnecessary devastation on all sides, particularly the South-East whose leaders and agitators are now bent on driving it over the brink into a catastrophe, CNG is of the view that resort to available means of actualising the separation of the South-East from the rest of Nigeria is today a vital task that must be undertaken by all.”
Suleiman also argued that in order to prevent a descent into another civil war, and to forestall mass killings and untold sufferings, CNG has committed to the call for a referendum that will finally separate the South East from Nigeria.
He added, “In this connection, we are hoping the NASS will come up with a framework to be agreed upon in the course of the referendum and its final implementation in the South-East or any enclave that wishes to secede from Nigeria.
All identified indigenes (Igbos) of the enclave or entity that called for secession (South East) must leave the territory of Nigeria and assemble in their designated enclave for the purpose of the exercise.
“The outcome of the referendum shall be final, irreversible and shall not be reviewed or reconsidered for any other reasons. Citizens of the breakaway enclave shall be deprived of any automatic rights to return to the territory of the rump Nigeria, or to be admitted to live in any of its parts.
“We are aware that all this while, the North continued to bear the brunt of the violent agitations for secession with equanimity, stoical calm and resignation.
“Therefore, as the CNG recommits to the pursuit of a final constitutional separation with Biafra, we urge the North to remain the bulwark of respect, integrity, dignity, decorum, tradition, decency, morality, civilization, etiquette, good behaviour, politeness, accommodation, and all other positive traits with the assurance that the good will ultimately prevail over evil.” (Vanguard)
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by chukel(m): 10:28am On Jun 21|
naptu2:you allow emotion take over you. I wish you can get someone to read what you typed so you can listen and hear how ridiculous you sound. There are 4 constitutional ways a president can leave office.
1. Death- if God calls him
2. Impeachment- if NASS decide so
3. Resignation- if he decides to resign
4. Election- if you the people decide to vote him out.
Now you are doing it the wrong, ignorant and irresponsible way. This also shows how foolish today's youths are and the reason they will never be respected.
Unfortunately, you can't kill the president. You are not God.
Unfortunately, you can't force him to resign. That's his prerogative.
Unfortunately, you can't vote him out cos he is not running for election again.
The only option is impeachment. Going on the street asking for his impeachment is the height of foolishness you guys exhibit.
If you guys were smart, you would sit down and carefully study the constitution to see where he has erred and breached the constitution. You look out to see if he has committed any impeachable offence. Then go to your representatives asking them to impeach him on so so grounds. But no, you all are dumb. You don't even know the rudiments of governance and democracy. Yet you come to blab bad governance. Ignorant lazy youths.
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|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by naptu2: 10:37am On Jun 21|
Now who is being emotional, me or you? Read my response and read yours and ask yourself who is being emotional.
You made a lot of funny assumptions that are driven by your emotions. Firstly, I am not a youth, secondly, I am not on the street protesting. You don't even know if I support those that are protesting or not.
My post was addressed to the issue of whether it is legal to protest that the president should go and you might not realise this, but you just agreed with my post.
The issue is not whether it is foolish or not to ask the president to resign, the issue is that it is legal.
The issue is not whether it is foolish or not to ask the National Assembly to impeach him. The fact remains that it is legal to do so.
I hope you are now better informed.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by jditimiya(m): 10:38am On Jun 21|
The world is watching at this time, hoping they do the wrong thing again and see how things will change in Nigeria. Let the government trade with care.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by space9880: 10:42am On Jun 21|
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by michoim(m): 10:43am On Jun 21|
Nonsense . Buhari must go, but you no fit vote for election. Idiots. If na by protest dem dey take appoint president, you for still dey alive by now. Disgruntled elements...
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Dumte(m): 10:45am On Jun 21|
Shebi una eye don clear. Una say Buhari na the Messiah dat will redeem una, come chase GEJ now PMB don do una shege...
Next story abeg
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by waleolaniyan: 10:48am On Jun 21|
The way the cookies crumble
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Cnach: 10:56am On Jun 21|
PIMPAR:No nah, u are misunderstanding a simple prayer. Don't go far just say Amen.
I am pro Christ and if u say may life be the way Christ handles his affairs I will gently say Amen and that's exactly what u suppose to say.
Shey u blind abi? Say amen nah so that thunder fit locate u weller. Rubbish, people are dying and u are here supporting one backward entity who don't care about u
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by KingDash: 10:57am On Jun 21|
Quincy38:ghana babes sure for us abi?! naija own don cast.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Lazenby007(m): 10:59am On Jun 21|
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Felixjude(m): 11:20am On Jun 21|
And you missed out on the most important of them all.....
4. Take fine pictures
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by effort1: 11:23am On Jun 21|
That your excuse is stale and stupid.
Since buhari became president, has looting reduced? Has corruption reduced?
That should tell you that you are a dried brain idiot.
So, stop saying that rubbish. It makes you sound dumb.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by rayvelez(m): 11:40am On Jun 21|
naptu2:Even if they state reason why Buhari must go i bet you it will still be a waste of time. This is the greatest mistake nigerians made in 2015 & 2019 so we have to deal with it cos baba no carr at all. All he want is the president, now he got so he is untouchable.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Omalistik: 11:48am On Jun 21|
Nawaoo, another protest.hmm,as long as they do it within the ambient of the law.
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by HAJJIMUKHTAR: 11:49am On Jun 21|
marveangel:why you no join na bro .....
|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by wasol: 11:53am On Jun 21|
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|Re: #BuhariMustGo Protest Rocks Abuja by Besk: 11:56am On Jun 21|
Where are the youths? SaharaReporters and lies sha!
Sowore and a handful of his weed-consuming hangers-Ons woke up very early in the morning, went to a deserted road, burnt a tyre, photographed it and disappeared faster than they appeared.
Take it from me, Sowore is a desperate man. The public don’t look up to him anymore, his grants are not as forthcoming as before and things are generally not looking good for him. That guy will
do anything both to trend and protect his source of income. Anyone that believes him does so at their own peril.
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