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How Nigerians stormed National Assembly, protest social media bill

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A group of protesters on Wednesday went to the National Assembly to demand the withdrawal of the bills on hate speech and social media. Deji Adeyanju, a civil activist who led the protesters to the National Assembly gate described the bills as “obnoxious”. How Nigerians stormed. The protesters carried placards bearing various inscriptions aimed at […]

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