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Why Does FG Fear Ipob and protesters So Much? by Goodmarlian: 9:03am On Oct 23, 2021
FG has gone even beyond human capacity to spite ipob. huge sums of money has being spent and so much blood has being spilled to crush ipob,i bet you if this people are this serious in the fight against terrorism and poverty Nigeria would have being paradise on earth,if you observe very closely you will notice that there are two people this government fear more than anything they are protesters and Ipob, these people send shivers down their spine whenever they take action,why is it so?
Re: Why Does FG Fear Ipob and protesters So Much? by WibusJaga: 9:25am On Oct 23, 2021

Not really fear. Thanks to Social Media for putting a lot in the open especially high-profile cases. Govt has to thread with caution for sake of their image.
Re: Why Does FG Fear Ipob and protesters So Much? by Arda1000(m): 9:30am On Oct 23, 2021
Lol Ipob wants to pour sand into their garri
They are free looting Nigeria and Ipob wants to stop that

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