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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

'The Senate didn't lie when they declared the Police IG as an enemy of Democracy' - Nigerians on social media



Mixed reactions continue to trail the on going drama between the Nigerian Police Force and the Bukola Saraki led National Assembly as well as his alleged role the 2018 Offa robbery.

According to Twotter user @opemists, 'the Senate didn't lie when they declared the Inspector General of Police as an enemy of Democracy. Mr. Transmission is the greatest threat not only to Democracy but to the credibility of the 2019 polls'.

See more reactions to the unfolding scenerio below...

How today ends will determine the Legacy of the President and the fortune of APC. It is clear President @MBuhari has lost political integrity and a threat to Democracy 🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬
The plot to impeach the Senate President has just failed... What actually can Mr. President do?
Listen up! We have no choice now than to vote this government out. Enough is actually enough
The Senate didn't lie when they declared the Inspector General of @PoliceNG as an enemy of Democracy. Mr. Transmission is the greatest threat not only to Democracy but to the credibility of the 2019 polls
The @IntlCrimCourt should be ashamed of itself for giving PMB an international platform while he leads an assault on Democracy at home
OBJ was tyrannical but at least there was relative competence. GEJ was relatively incompetent but at least respected the law. How do you combine incompetence, tyranny and add ethnic divisiveness on top?
The senate president and deputy president denied freedom of movement? That’s nothing.

Remember that for 2 years now, radio and TV stations have been prevented from airing views critical of the president (aka hate speech). That is the real tyranny.
There is a difference between Bukola Saraki and the office of the Senate President. In my opinion, today's moves by the Police are an affront on that office. And moves like this never happen without consequences on Democracy itself.
For those of you supporting the attempted arrests/intimidation of your countries Senate President, senators and house of reps members ask yourself this- if they can treat federal elected representatives like common crooks, what will they do to ordinary people like me and you?

Whatever is going on in the Senate right now isn't about Nigerians. All man dey fight for him own belle. Smh!

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