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Naija reacts as Punch punches Buhari hard in Protest against his Total disrespect for the Rule of Law, calls him a ‘Military Dictator’ and his Administration a ‘Regime’

The Punch Newspaper says it’ll now prefix President Muhammadu Buhari’s name along with his rank as a military dictator in the 80s in most its publications in protest against disregard for the rule of law by his administration. In an editorial entitled ‘Buhari’s lawlessness: Our stand ‘, on Wednesday. ”As a symbolic demonstration of our protest against autocracy and military-style repression, PUNCH (all our print newspapers, The PUNCH, Saturday PUNCH, Sunday PUNCH, PUNCH Sports Extra, and digital platforms, most especially Punchng.com) will ...

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Femi Falana: Buhari’s Gov. Tell A Lot Of Lies (Part 1&2)

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Will Bitcoin break new records in 2020?

Marco, the most accurate chart I’ve found is a composite by PlanB, who is active on Twitter. His stock to flow model perfectly covers the historical BTC price changes from 2011, based on logarithmic growth. Based on past performance, BTC should surpass it’s old ATH of $19,700 in late 2020/early 2021, then gradually rise to a new ATH of around $180,000 by late 2021. As to the million dollar question of ‘Will altcoins surpass their 2017 ATHs?’, I can only ...

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It Is Dangerous Not To Control Social Media ― Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has thrown its weight behind the move to regulate the use of social media in the country, affirming that it is too dangerous to allow it the way it is. Senior Special Assistant to the President, Media & Publicity, Garba Shehu, who made the position known. warned that leaving the social media to operate without regulation could result in more lawlessness, violence and deaths, explaining that the Federal Government is not against free speech. According to Presidency ...

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