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Politics / Re: The Problem Of SE And Igboland In General Is Abia State. by slivertongue: 11:16am On Jun 09
#Comrade Abayomi.from which state

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Politics / Re: Eastern Traders Ban Sale Of Palm-oil, Plantains And Gworo To The North. by slivertongue: 11:14am On Jun 09
counter productive
Politics / Re: Northern Food And Cattle Dealers Threaten To Stop Food Supply Nationwide by slivertongue: 11:12am On Jun 09
counter productive

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Foreign Affairs / Re: US Government Banned Tiktok (throwback) by slivertongue: 11:10am On Jun 09
economic powers to impose broad sanctions against TikTok, a move that steps up pressure on the Chinese-owned app to sell its U.S. assets to an American company.
Politics / Re: Biafra: Discuss With Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB – Sheikh Gumi Tells Buhari by slivertongue: 11:06am On Jun 09
we all need to negotiate &renegotiate our stay in nigeria
Politics / Re: Trump Hails Nigeria For Banning Twitter, Urge more countries to do same by slivertongue: 11:25pm On Jun 08
so APC wants to use trump to trend. A Present Calamity
Politics / Re: Ortom: Twitter Ban Is Illegal & A Suppression Of Fundamental Human Rights by slivertongue: 10:33pm On Jun 08
the suspension of twitter is a distraction from real issues

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Politics / Re: What Will Be The Fate Of The Southwest And South South If Biafra Eventually Go by slivertongue: 10:31pm On Jun 08
gidgiddy:


If Biafra goes, Oduduwa agitation will become more pronunced and will eventually go

As fir the South/South, there is no agitation there fir any Niger Delta Republic so that means they are likely to continue in Nigeria with the North

nobody truly want to stay in Nigeria
Politics / Re: Falana: Security Agencies Were Informed Of Planned Igangan Killings by slivertongue: 10:21pm On Jun 08
buhari wants to give every section d experience of the goings in the north east

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Politics / Re: Igangan: Don’t Dare North, CNG Warns Gani Adams by slivertongue: 10:19pm On Jun 08
Coronabirus:
If u're talking abt Benue Christian then jst go ahead and utter it, why the dodges?
The rest of the NC states are not that ridiculous to talk that way.

we are not interested period
Politics / Re: Igbos Can Leave Nigeria Says Northern Elders Forum by slivertongue: 9:43pm On Jun 08
cheruv:

Hafụrụ ndi Igbo nhọrọ ahụ... Lepụrụ onwe gị anya

pls explain
Politics / Re: Igangan: Don’t Dare North, CNG Warns Gani Adams by slivertongue: 9:42pm On Jun 08
Coronabirus:
Are the ppl of NC not more aligned to the North than south?
Look at Kogi, Nasarawa, Niger, kwara, Plateau and Benue think more abt their common affinity to the North in terms of culture & tradition as well as the cowardice religion u've hidden and failed to mention and stop this delusional comment.


we speak for ourselves and we are not interested in one north. we are the peoples of central Nigeria the food basket of d nation
Politics / Re: Igangan: Don’t Dare North, CNG Warns Gani Adams by slivertongue: 6:19pm On Jun 08
this gbemites should speak for their areas. they should leave out the peoples of central Nigeria
Politics / Re: Buhari Dragged To ECOWAS Court By 177 Nigerians by slivertongue: 6:10pm On Jun 08
buhari is a liability to the peace and progress of Nigeria
Politics / Re: PRESS STATEMENT Free Zakzaky Now, 2000 Days In Detention Isn’t 20 Days! by slivertongue: 6:08pm On Jun 08
the muslim community in Nigeria are indifferent to the plight of fellow Muslims. they keep hailing every misstep of buhari
Politics / Re: 2023: North Plans To Impose Presidential Candidates On South by slivertongue: 11:10am On Jun 08
which north? it should read a cabal from the north
Politics / Re: Northern Elders: Let Igbo Secede If It’s Their Wish — We Can’t Afford Another Wa by slivertongue: 11:07am On Jun 08
t will not be the best choice for the Igbo or other Nigerians to leave a country all toiled to build and have the responsibility to fix.
Politics / Re: Igbos Can Leave Nigeria Says Northern Elders Forum by slivertongue: 11:05am On Jun 08
it will not be the best choice for the Igbo or other Nigerians to leave a country all toiled to build and have the responsibility to fix.
Politics / Re: Buhari Wants To Ban Facebook And Twitter At Once.-report by slivertongue: 10:56am On Jun 08
bihari should sack his incompetent ass and free Nigeria from his despotism
Politics / Re: BREAKING: Abia Market On Fire, Trader Shot Dead by slivertongue: 10:54am On Jun 08
sad
Politics / Re: Ikonso: UGM Killed 78 Policemen, 38 Soldiers In Imo, 100 Civilians Killed - Army by slivertongue: 10:51am On Jun 08
and how many did Fulani herdsmen and bandits kill

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Politics / Re: Ikonso: UGM Killed 78 Policemen, 38 Soldiers In Imo, 100 Civilians Killed - Army by slivertongue: 10:50am On Jun 08
sad but the army and police killed the police and civilians
Politics / Re: Akpabio Appoints Jackson Udom As His New Chief Press Secretary by slivertongue: 10:48am On Jun 08
calamity everywhere
Politics / Re: We Did Not Give Any Condition Regarding Lifting Of Twitter Ban - FG by slivertongue: 8:28pm On Jun 07
this administration lacks direction

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Foreign Affairs / Supreme Court Rules Against Immigrants With Temporary Status by slivertongue: 8:24pm On Jun 07
Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status
MARK SHERMAN
June 7, 2021, 3:34 PM·

A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents.

Justice Elena Kagan wrote for the court that federal immigration law prohibits people who entered the country illegally and now have Temporary Protected Status from seeking “green cards” to remain in the country permanently.

The designation applies to people who come from countries ravaged by war or disaster. It protects them from deportation and allows them to work legally. There are 400,000 people from 12 countries with TPS status.

The outcome in a case involving a couple from El Salvador who have been in the U.S. since the 1990s turned on whether people who entered the country illegally and were given humanitarian protections were ever “admitted” into the United States under immigration law.

Kagan wrote that they were not. “The TPS program gives foreign nationals nonimmigrant status, but it does not admit them. So the conferral of TPS does not make an unlawful entrant...eligible" for a green card, she wrote.

The House of Representatives already has passed legislation that would make it possible for TPS recipients to become permanent residents, Kagan noted. The bill faces uncertain prospects in the Senate.

President Joe Biden has said he supports the change in the law. But his administration, like the Trump administration, argued that current immigration law doesn't permit people who entered the country illegally to apply for permanent residency.

On the other side were immigrant groups that argued many people who came to the U.S. for humanitarian reasons have lived in the country for many years, given birth to American citizens and put down roots in the U.S.

Federal courts around the country had come to conflicting decisions about whether the grant of TPS status was, by itself, enough to enable an immigrant to try to obtain permanent residency.

Former President Donald Trump tried to cancel the program for many immigrants, stoking fear they could be sent back to their homelands where they haven't lived in many years.

“All of these families that are established in the United States and have lived in our communities for decades faced a very real threat,” said Lisa Koop, a lawyer with the National Immigrant Justice Center who also teaches at Notre Dame's law school.

In 2001, the U.S. gave Salvadoran migrants legal protection to remain in the U.S. after a series of earthquakes in their home country.

People from 11 other countries are similarly protected. They are: Haiti, Honduras, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen.

Monday's decision does not affect immigrants with TPS who initially entered the U.S. legally and then, say, overstayed their visa, Kagan noted. Because those people were legally admitted to the country and later were given humanitarian protections, they can seek to become permanent residents.

source:
WASHINGTON (AP)
Politics / Re: Ayade Is Material For National Politics- Garba Shehu by slivertongue: 8:15pm On Jun 07
APC likes hanging on dried leaves. ayade is a material in a dull and lifeless team
Politics / Re: Twitter Ban: Don’t Harass Foreign Envoys, PDP Tells FG, APC by slivertongue: 8:06pm On Jun 07
this dull administration with soon be banned from travelling and borrowing from Europe and America

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Politics / Re: Burnt Body of PA To IPOB Lawyer's Found In His Car (photos& Video) by slivertongue: 8:01pm On Jun 07
Nigerian soldiers are also terrorists

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Politics / Re: Reno: Buhari, Osinbajo Still On Twitter Yet NBC Orders Stations To Deactivate by slivertongue: 4:49pm On Jun 07
okefranci:

… .. not as dull as okefranci

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Politics / Re: Reno: Buhari, Osinbajo Still On Twitter Yet NBC Orders Stations To Deactivate by slivertongue: 3:10pm On Jun 07
buhari's govt act before they reason. they are dull

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Politics / Re: Igangan Herdsmen Attack: Parents Storm Schools In Oyo To Withdraw Their Children by slivertongue: 3:00pm On Jun 07
failed republic

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