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Friday, 28 January 2011

Unrest in Egypt

This week's demonstration in Egypt is the largest seen in decades. The demonstrators are demanding the ouster of the country's longtime autocratic president, Hosni Mubarak. He's been there since 1981 and after the elections in Nov 2010, wants to begin another term. He's 82 years. If I lived in that country, I would demonstrate too.



Anonymous said...

big shut out to the youths in egypt for standing for what they believe in, I wish this would happen in 9ja

Chilling said...

It's commendable but it'll be interesting to see how Mubarak will stand down. He's an ally of the USA, Israel and Saudi Arabia and when push comes to shove, let's see how they'll help him. These revolutions should spread to Zimbabwe and Nigeria!

chichiluv said...

Can Nigerians do this? For where! We are too used to suffering and smiling!

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