Happy birthday to you sir.
We love you greatly πŸ’–πŸŽŠ
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Happy fruitful new month πŸŒΉπŸ’ž ...

Facts you probably didn't know about #ASUU #ASUUstrike ...

Did you know?
#endasuustrike
#NoschoolNoElection
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Is Nigeria on the brink of a collapse?
The state of our security is in shambles.
Find out more, Watch our documentary - Gangs Of Naija
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β€œWhen you deprive people of their right to live in dignity, to hope for a better future, to have control over their lives, when you deprive them of that choice, then you expect them to fight for these rights.”
– Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan
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Good afternoon. Are you bothered about the insistent strikes in Nigerian tertiary schools and the government's nonchalance? Do you know a student or parent who is? Invite them to join us on a Twitter Space town hall on Tuesday June 21. The political class is acting totally irresponsible and we have all collectively been too quiet!

The link below will connect you:

https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1MnGnkdqpzkJO
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Don't suffer in silence.
Speak because there's help waiting for you.

Get justice now.
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Happy Father's Day
#happyfathersday
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A delve into our Strategy Meeting on CAMA, as reported by DevNTV ...

Join us for this all important conversation. ...

Report on the Killings and Kidnapping in the month of May.
Note: It's important to note that the number of both killings and abductions dropped to a fair degree in the Month of May.

We urge our government to #SecureNigeria
The time is now.
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Happy Democracy day Nigeria
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Happy birthday Professor.
We love and celebrate you greatly sir.
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"We note with displeasure the body language of the political class, especially the President, who
within hours of the attack, feted his party leadership to a pre-primaries dinner party at the
Presidential Villa. The dinner party which was attended by the Vice President, the Senate President,
the leadership of the ruling APC, and other presidential aspirants of the party was a sheer display of
insensitivity and further underscored the notion that Nigerian lives are cheap and the unfortunate
event did not warrant sobriety and attention".
#securenigeria
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ONDO MASSACRE – Another Sad Day in Nigeria’s History!
β€œThe rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.”- John F. Kennedy

Global Rights condemns in strong terms the vicious massacre of scores of worshippers at the St. Francis Catholic Church, Owo in Ondo state during a church service on the 5 th of June, 2022.
The killing of innocent worshippers in cold blood during a religious event is a sad reminder of the realities to the government of Nigeria to ensure the security and welfare of all Nigerians as mandated by Section 14(2)(b) of the Nigerian Constitution. We condole with the people of Ondo state, in particular, residents of the affected community in Owo, and the Catholic Church at large.

The South-West of Nigeria had till this despicable carnage had relatively been spared the intolerable level of insecurity suffered by other regions of the country. This brazen attempt to unsettle the amity of the region should therefore be greeted with strong resistance by both the Federal Government and State governments of the South-West region to forestall further deterioration of security in the region.

We note with displeasure the body language of the political class, especially the President, who within hours of the attack, feted his party leadership to a pre-primaries dinner party at the Presidential Villa. The dinner party which was attended by the Vice President, the Senate President, the leadership of the ruling APC, and other presidential aspirants of the party was a sheer display of insensitivity and further underscored the notion that Nigerian lives are cheap and the unfortunate event did not warrant sobriety and attention.

We are appalled by the continued upsurge in mass atrocities across the country in recent times. These continued acts of terrorism are an affront to the territorial integrity of the Nigerian state and a threat to its national security and must therefore not be allowed to spread any further.
We therefore call on the Nigerian government to fulfil its constitutional responsibility of protecting the security and welfare of all citizens through the implementation of a more robust approach to curbing terrorism...
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A square is not just about light, air, proportion, and people.
it must also give form to some shared notion of civic identity.
Michael Kimmelman on CIVIC SPACE.
#civic #civicspaceforce #civicspace
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Mass Atrocities tracking for April 2022. ...

Happy New Month to you our friends, partners, supporters and followers all over the world.
You are the voice the world needs and together we'll continue to sound the alarm until change comes.
Global Right loves you.
Yours truly, Global Rights 🌐
#global #june
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β€œWe must take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. Sometimes we must interfere. When human lives are endangered, when human dignity is in jeopardy, national borders and sensitivities become irrelevant.”

- Elie Wiesel
#humanrights
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Global Rights and Urban Alert will be discussing the degradation going on in Osun, especially for those living in the Osun River Valley as a result of mining activities of which some are illegal.

Join us tomorrow.
https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1OwxWzkkbmWJQ
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Sexual and Gender-Based Violence is not acceptable and for no reason should you keep calm and die in silence.
Visit one of the many centres and report any case around you, call the phone numbers and spread the word.

Do not suffer in silence.
#sgbv #notorape #notodomesticviolence
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Celebrating one of our own at Global Rights. Happy Birthday Kenechukwu.

#GlobalRights #Staffbirthday
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We will be on Twitter spaces to discuss Elections and Insecurity in Nigeria. Elections are at hand, We cannot lose more Nigerians to electoral unrest. It's the National Day of Mourning 2022.

#NDOM22 #SecureOurLives #NigeriaMourns #SecureNigeria
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The National Day of Mourning is finally here, 28th of May, 2022.
We will be discussing *ELECTIONS AND INSECURITY IN NIGERIA.

JOIN this Twitter Space Conversation (https://bit.ly/3wMrT3S)
by Nigeria Mourns to mark the NDoM 2022.
Join us. Call on Government to handle swiftly the security situation in the country.
#NigeriaMourns #SecureNigeria #Nigeriableeds #NDoM2022
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