Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Photos: Crowd Disrupts #BringBackOurGirls Peaceful Protest In Abuja

This will make you really sad. It will get you down. Is all hope lost?  The Unity fountain where hundreds of peaceful protesters gather daily to remind our government to #bringbackourgirls today was turned into a market place to disrupt their peaceful protest which has been going on there on a daily basis. Some of the protesters said, ‘rented’ man and women gathered around the place pretending to be selling foodstuffs and ringing bells to attract buyers. They later started attacking the protesters when they refused to leave despite turning the place into a market. In all, the protesters said the police watched as they were been attacked and did nothing about it. More tweets after the cut.














23 comments:

  1. Funny! But true.
    ** Vice President -North.
    ** Senate President -North
    ** Speaker House of Reps - North.
    ** PDP National Chairman - North.
    ** Head of Service - North.
    ** INEC Chairman - North.
    ** Inspector General of Police - North.
    ** CBN Governor - North but just
    suspended,
    **Chief Justice of federation - North.
    ** President Court of Appeal - North.
    ** EFCC Chairman - North.
    ** President Federal high court - North.
    ** National Security Adviser - North.
    ** Chief of Defense Staff - North.
    ** Controller, Customs Service - North.
    ** Controller Prison Services - North.
    ** Richest man in Africa - North.
    ** 85% of Petroleum Marketers in Nigeria -
    Northerners.
    **80% of Oil Block Owners in Nigeria -
    Northerners.
    **99% of beggars in Nigeria - Northerners
    ** Boko Haram - North.
    *** Bombing area North
    Yet, the Poorest states in Nigeria and
    Educationally backward areas in Nigeria are
    in the North. Now, ask yourself...
    What is the problem of the Northerners and
    Nigerian??????????cos the president is tired of everything

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    1. The Senate president is from the middle belt

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  2. How sad, desperately sad.

    Click my name for all your celebration cakes n cupcakes, cheers

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  3. Patience Jonathan's crew.

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  4. This Oby Ezekwesiri, is it dat she is not doing anything again or is she Jobless? dat makes her gather these women everyday in d name of overdramatise protest.Maybe she is seeking for another Fedral appointment.

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    1. Mschew. If your sister, daughter or mother was among the kidnapped girls you won't be saying this

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    2. Exactly

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    3. coming out evyday wont bring bak d gals. its d security force dt wil do d job. if its dt easy ow come d USA cant stl bring back d gals since d arrvd. we all tink its dt simple. nd coming out to sit here is d solution? i wonder afta d gals r back if all ds ppl wl hv a job to demselves esp ds madam oby ezekwesili.

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  5. GEJ is boko haram.

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  6. ha.....Na wa o, is this the best way to stop a peaceful protest? does Nigerians no longer have the right to peaceful gathering and assembly??? what is really happening to us......

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    1. This is the same question i have been asking myself over and over again

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    1. Good that they were attacked? Boko Haram baby

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    2. Nolly you get sense so?

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  8. The Nigeria police will always take side hence i dont pity them when they are wasted by Boko Haram. What do you expect from MBU. He has started showing his true colours in Abuja

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  9. It only reminded my of the content of OBJ's letter

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  10. What a shame, at least they've been to US and UK and see how pple protest under d nose of their president.

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  11. Metcheew, am so touched now. *sad face* DERA MI

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  12. Lawless country

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  13. This government has failed woefully. They are showing so much desperation. Imagine Abba Moro with his big head blaming insecutity on the opposition. These people are mad. Soon they will start blaming opposition for PHCN's failure to deliver. Empty heads. They paid those people to mess up the peaceful protest. GEJ just held on to failure passionately.

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  14. Mehn....God needs to help Nigeria nowwwwww.......that country needs help.....jeez!

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  15. Diaris God ooo. Nigerian Government diaris God

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