"We Must Vote" - Ojo Residents Take To The Streets To Protest Against Thuggery And Disenfranchisement.

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Residents of Onireke, Opposite Ojo cantonment in Lagos state, have taken to the streets to protest against alleged disenfranchisement and attacks by alleged thugs. There have been widespread reports on social media of attacks by thugs on voters in the ongoing Governorship and State House of Assembly elections taking place in Nigeria. In the Onireke area of Ojo, scores of residents could be seen chanting "we must vote" as they marched with sticks, bottles, and plants to the polling unit.

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If you intend to relocate to pursue ur career or a new career or to start a new life and you are very serious about it, I pray God will open doors for you and give u the financial strength to do so. Be intentional about getting ur dual citizenship, do it for urself and your children/unborn children if u have the power.

Nigeria politicians just dey whine Nigerians ni, Nigeria will be great but not in 30 to 50 years from now, know this and know peace, so how old will u and I be by then? All enjoyable productive years would have been gone and that is even if Nigeria doesn't happen to you. This one life that I come, I have to live it in peace and sanity.

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But the problem is the people causing these chaos and setting us hundreds of years back also wants to get out of the country. How we go do am.

me sef I over tire 😒

thanks for this information.

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This should not start a protest , youths have been calm nationwide because they keep hearing be calm and stay peaceful but continuously pushing them to the wall will/May cause them to revolt and start something else

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It’s election period and they remembered that we aren’t from the same region. But when it’s time to share oil money, they will start talking one Nigeria. E no go better for all of them!!

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Those thugs e sure for me say them no de pay them pass 100k each, just imagine and those paying them their children are in abroad living and u wan die for them here hmmmm

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Haaaaa. Una no kill una self for Country wey no send una. My simple advice. Such a shame for country where people can’t express their right. SHAME .

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Cant there be peace in my country for once, why aren’t they allowing them vote? Sincerely, this isn’t fair.

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If them born anybody well make them come against this crowd πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ weh wan vote we know who them wan vote self πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ very obedient law abiding citizen Dem πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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