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Democracy day Is Tomorrow, These are what you should not do tomorrow to avoid trouble.

You must have heard that 12th June is the date set aside for Nigerians to protest against this government. The 12th June is around the corner. That is why I have decided to write to you on what to do and what not to do tomorrow but before that, kindly take a moment and Hit the follow button at the top right corner of this article.

Activist groups and multiple civil rights are calling for Nationwide protests on June 12th being the Democracy day.

Supporters will be demanding that President Muhammdu Buhari resigns and that the ban on Twitter should also be lifted.

But there is something I want you to understand here. Did you witness what happened during the Endsars protest? How protesters were killed by those whose original assignment is to protect lives and properties?

Sources said that plans are on going to shut the internet down because of tomorrow's protest.

Do you know that without the help of the internet, people would not had known what happened during the Endsars protest? This present government is not like Democratic era when human rights is considered 100%.

For that reason, please be careful about what you do tomorrow, how you mingle with the crowd.

If the plan to shut down all social media platforms are true and successful, there will be no record for killings.

Kindly share this to inform others. Let there be peace, it is not bad to protest but if you see that the authority is not responding to the demand, don't wait till you get killed. What happened during the Endsars protest should not replay.

May God help us.

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