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  • Gardini didn't recognize the voice at the end off the phone, but he said he knew her from her church in Nigeria's Lagos, so she agreed to help get a packet to the A pastor.

  • But when she arrived, three talks pulled up, filled with armed police who demanded she take them to her brother.

  • I've been known jealous since it happened in my presence for the fact that you used me as it digs.

  • I'm just trying not to, not to beat myself, you know.

  • Holly's detained 27 year old aromas Elia Dini that morning, one of the 100 sees since taking part in nationwide protests in early October.

  • No menace says her brother has not committed any crime.

  • Police accused him of criminal incitement, cyber stalking and provoking a bridge of public peace.

  • Roughly two weeks of demonstrations against the controversial police special anti robbery squad three thousands onto the streets, prompting the government to disband the unit.

  • But interviews with activists, lawyers and human rights advocates depict a pattern of intimidation in the aftermath that some observers have like into the violent repression and sit surveillance during the country's decades of military rule.

  • Nigeria's central bank says it has frozen assets of 20 people involved in the demonstrations.

  • A court filing says the freezers accord while the bank investigated whether they were linked to terrorist financing a domain.

  • Arua, who helped quite foreign journalists investigating police violence, says the account of his PR company was frozen.

  • We are very clear that we're on the verge off authoritarian rule at anything can happen, and that gives us a cause for concern.

  • I mean, we are very afraid.

  • Seven activists interviewed by Reuters reported receiving threatening messages or phone calls for said they were in hiding what to having left the country.

  • A presidential spokesman referred questions to the military, and the police and army spokesman dismissed activist fears that they were being investigated, tracked or blocked from leaving the country as fake news.

  • A spokesman for Nigeria's federal police did not reach on requests for comment.

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'We are afraid': Nigeria's protest aftermath

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/02
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