All the testimonies, videos from hospitals, medical records, radiological reports, reports from the doctors that managed the gunshot victims are available. They were pellet wounds from low calibre guns. The challenge here is that we cannot reveal confidential medical info.
It is now becoming clearer that there were some people with low calibre guns / locally fabricated guns in the crowd who were also shooting, they came there with guns.
I will do whatever it takes to ensure that the judicial panel summons everyone involved to testify.
The doctors, the hospitals, those injured and treated. There are 7 other gunshot victims, why are the 'justice champions' avoiding them? Bring them out !!!
Bring the victims out, the panel should summon all of them.

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This app is gradually turning into a colony of buffoons. This one thinks sanctions are directed at certain individuals.
When the entire world sanctioned Nigeria under Abacha, the man was busy eating apples and having a nice time in Aso rock..
Your parents were the ones looking for sawdust to cook the next meal and hustling for sàbálò fish in the market. Up till today, the research grants at our universities that were stopped due to Abacha and June 12 crisis haven't been reinstated.
June 12 is part of the reasons why we have a shitty University research system. The sanctions will not affect anyone in Aso rock. Nigeria was sanctioned yet Abacha was looting like no man's business. The same countries that sanctioned Nigeria accepted the money he looted.
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Problem solving skills in Nigeria = Zero. Everybody knows that bandits terrorise farmers and villagers in certain areas of the north. This has been the norm for 2 - 3 years. Up till this moment we don't have the data on the effect of these criminal activities.
How many tonnes?
How many acres?
What are the crops most affected?
How much income do these farmers lose yearly?
Do we have substitutes pending the resolution of the security issues?
How else can we ensure grow these crops?

Netherlands exported €94bn i.e 43trn worth of agric produce in 2019.
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These goods are not produced in those countries so ordinarily they should not qualify for CET. They should be shipped to the port of final destination directly or through trans-shipment to our port.
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Can you remove N1trn out of the bank's deposit from twitter?
Your brothers and sisters working in the bank will be the ones to reopen the accounts as part of their KPIs. You are only threatening the jobs of Nigerians working in the bank. You better go to court and challenge CBN.
It's your account officers that will suffer. All of them will be asked to open 100 accounts with available balance in 1 week.
What do you intend to achieve on twitter? With a PBT of N115bn & N278bn net interest income, 667bn gross earnings, can you take 5bn out of these figures?
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