Monday, January 9, 2012

Occupynigeria: Day 1 of strike

Apologies for not posting since the strike began. We had to #Occupynigeria. Nigeria was on fire today! The masses went out in their thousands to protest peacefully, but alas the Nigerian Police won’t let them be. They were accused of shooting a protester dead today in Ogba, Lagos state in a peaceful protest. The man we learnt begged for his life, but was shot in the long run. And many more causalities were recorded today. Pictures of him when you continue.
                            One of the pictures of Ademola, the handsome man before his death

Had to remove the naked pic when you guys asked me too


7 comments:

  1. What’s going on in this country? How can a matured man like this just be wasted? Are these men not trained in any form at all?

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  2. This is the first day of the strike, how do we survive this. It's sad

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  3. Ladun please remove the image of his dead body. Let's afford him that much respect in his death, I beg you. I know the image is already floating out there, but there's no need to add to it.

    May he and the othe victims of today, rest in peace. May he not have died in vain

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  4. This is so sad plus why did they flash his p***s for free like that.His death shall not be in vain in Jesus name.may his soul rest in peace and may God grant his family the fortitude to bear the loss...

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  5. So sad about the young man's death. That unclad picture of him is gory and should not be shown.
    Someone asked on FB when are the Pastors, Imams, GOs and Clergy going to come out to march? That may have an impact too.

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  6. This picture is misleading. This guy here is some1 i know and he died about 5yrs ago. Verify b4 u publish.

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  7. This picture is every where painted as demola who got shot by the police on monday. So why should only ladun verify? May be you should start your own blog and educate people on how he died and how he wasn't killed on monday in the ogba protest.

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