At #UNGA76 President Buhari raises alarm over the erosion of democracy in West Africa at but fails to acknowledge presence of pro-democracy protesters from Nigeria demanding an end to the military-era imposed constitution. #End1999Constitution #NINASReferendum
“Look, for example, at what is happening to the First Amendment today. Is there free speech in America? Is everyone encouraged, or even permitted to express what they really think? The public arena is governed by street gangs and online gangs, and anyone who steps out of line is immediately straightened out or silenced. And when you have no freedom of speech, you also have no equality, and therefore no democracy,” Michael Laitman writes.
PDP says the APC is gloating on Nigerians and celebrating the accursed judgment of the Supreme Court on Imo governorship election because it is anti people and its leaders will never understand the value of democracy.
Nigeria’s main opposition party, the PDP, vowed on Friday, January 17, to protect and defend the country’s democracy and its institutions.
The PDP has told the APC that its “coup” against democracy in Nigeria cannot stand, in spite of its orchestration of violence, killings and forceful seizure of electoral processes.
“Furthermore, the police and the military high commands have been reduced to tools of election brutality to ensure that votes do not count”, the party stated.
Nigeria’s main opposition party declares Democracy dead in reaction to the shenanigans of Kogi, Bayelsa polls.
Former Nigerian Vice President Atiku Abubakar has sound a note of caution to those now toying with the idea of an Anti Hate Speech Bill, with punishment for supposed Hate Speech to be death by hanging.
At the 6th annual Hollywood Weekly Magazine Film Festival, the world got to hear about the precarious political state of Nigeria when Atiku Abubakar was acknowledged as the “Peoples’ President” in front of an illustrious academy of movie makers in Hollywood, California, United States of America.
In The AtlanticPost Opinion Section, Ogbu Ameh writes: “Their choice of democracy of course and their style of economic management, has been the final bane of the country.”