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Anti-police brutality protests in Nigeria continue as president calls for calm

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Anti-police brutality protests continued in Nigeria on Oct. 22 as President Muhammadu Buhari called for an end to demonstrations and engage with government.

He did not, however, address the shooting of protesters that took place Tuesday, but called on the international community, which has expressed concern over the incident, to “know all facts.”

Residents also expressed concern Thursday over the financial impact of the ongoing curfew, which was imposed in an effort to contain the anger over a crackdown on the protests.

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    Defund The Nigerian Police!

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    A good crackdown will teach them as they always do in Africa. Tis is Africa after all.

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    U calling to DEATH

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    Looks like a fantastic place to raise a family.

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    President call for calm?
    He should take away the police power
    When people report the bad cop with proof of video that cop should be jail

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    What part of Atlanta is this?

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    See now this protest makes sense

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