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Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Nigeria has no moral right to talk about rule of law

 Nigeria has no moral right to talk about rule of law

Nigeria has no moral right to talk about rule of law. Someone should go and tell WIKE that he should tell Buhari to obey court order. He MUST obey court order by releasing our director if not Nigeria has no right to talk about rule of law. This protest will continue until Buhari obeys court order by releasing our leader NNAMDI KANU as ordered by competent court, apart from that nothing on earth will make us stop this protest not even Wike nor the whole of Nigeria military.

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  1. THERE IS NO RULE OF LAW IN NIGERIA!HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE IS THE ORDER OF THE DAY!CASES OF EXTRA JUDICIAL KILLINGS ABOUND! AND THE KILLERS WALK ON THE STREETS AS FREE MEN!LET THE WORLD TAKE NOTE AND COME AND VERIFY!

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  2. Who is Wike, he wants to use Biafrans to buy favour for his post? No way, he should find a way to nurse his double wahala.

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  3. THE IDEA OF A NEW NATION SHOULD NOT LEAD TO ANY PROBLEM IF THE INITIATOR CAN DO A SURVEY OF THE ENTIRE IGBO AND CONDUCT A REFERENDUM ALL IGBOS AGREE.BUT IT IS UNWISE FOR A PEOPLE TO GO TO WAR WITHIN A COUNTRY WHERE MOST OF THEIR WEALTH IS IN THE TERRITORY OF THOSE WHO THEY WANT TO LEAVE.AS ELDERS WE MUST TELL OUR CHILDREN THE TRUTH ABOUT THE PAST.DOES KANU REALLY DESIRE TO OBTAIN A VISA TO ENTER OUR FATHERLAND

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