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Arrest Of Prominent Nigerians For Hate Speech: Nigerian Citizen Calls Security Agencies “Idiots”

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A Nigerian citizen from Borno State, Abuy Abba Akhuwa, has lashed out at the federal government and its security agencies over plans to monitor social media posts of ‘prominent Nigerians’.

Branding Nigeria’s security agencies “idiot”, Akhuwa, a social media critic of government who currently resides in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, also called on the Buhari-led security agencies to tackle online Shekau, factional leader of the Boko Haram, for “posting threatening videos since 2013.”

The Borno-born indigene stated this in a sarcastic remarks on his Facebook wall on Friday, a day after the Nigerian government says it will commence the monitoring of hate speeches on the social media.

He wrote:

Thank God I’m not a ‘prominent Nigerian’

It means I can go on with my rantings on whoever I choose to serve on as either my breakfast, lunch or supper.

Meanwhile, tell the ‘idiot’ security agencies to tackle online Shekau. He’s been posting threatening videos since 2013.

Nansens and ingredients.

And Barkan’ku da Jumu’a

However, a commentator on the post, Ibrahim Mustapha Gubio, has described as “harsh” his branding of security agencies as idiots.

Checks on his previous Facebook postings  show that Akhuwa has been a fierce critic of the APC-led Buhari government.

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