FALSE GODS AND THE MEN THAT SERVE THEM

  • The leaders of Kano State serve false gods
  • The death penalty for blasphemy provides further basis for either decentralizing Nigeria, such that the barbaric beliefs of some do not hold back the more progressive people
  • Alternatively, we must aggressively support action that seeks to overthrow the oppressive Sharia Law regime, as it has no place in the 21st century

FALSE GODS AND THEIR HENCHMEN

The zealous Governor of the state who was caught on camera pocketing dollars into his babanriga will sign the death penalty with his two hands intact.

WHY SHOULD YOU HOLD ME BACK?

DON’T STAND IN MY WAY OR I WILL FIGHT TO UNDERMINE YOUR SYSTEM

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Analyst/Emerging Tech Lead, Tech Hive Advisory | AI Ethics & Governance Researcher

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