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and answer them more questions or emerging about the assistant film director who handed actor alec baldwin, a loaded gun on set u. s. media report say that dave halls was dismissed from a film set in 2019 after a gun, unexpectedly discharged and injured a crew member on the baldwin set. holes reportedly indicated that the prop weapon was safe. filmmaker, alida hutchins was killed in the mishap. and the director of the film crew was seriously injured. ah, it is good to be with a fellow, adrian finnegan here in. so how the headlines and al jazeera sedans top general says that military dissolved the transitional government to avoid a civil war. abdul fatter alba han also said the prime minister abdullah hancock was being kept safely at the general's own home for his safety. without a little earlier. will merlin, we have experienced
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campaign. take a look. i none of the demands are little in south america, and that's also it is important that those who are being jailed are released immediately. $300.00 of them or more. yeah, i know we heard this from somebody elicit mendota 100 individuals coming up golf that indeed videos with comments that week. also mount off. he has one, we want every to sure. i doubly know, i may show in this episode we will hear some activists still pushing for so so justice and for police reform in nigeria, and i would love to hear from you as well. the comment section is open on youtube. be part of today's discussion. now normally i start the show talking about the guests that we have, i think is also relevant. if i tell you about the guess he said no,
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we're not coming on the stream today. the head of the complaint police response unit in nigeria. i think commission of nigeria police wouldn't talk to us talk to you. i even talked to the special assistant of president bihari. i have a statement video comment which you like to be on the show. no, thank you. but the activists that we do have on, if we have a place to hear from them, but our new jew aubrianna j renew for science. so good to have you. let's start with opium. new ju ye. first of all, we introduce yourself to our audience. tell them why go important on this topic. if they know answers, they will know. but this is for the benefit of our international audience. go ahead . my name is amanda g loaner. i'm a demo quality advocate and she just is gonna be new. welcome to the statement she herself to our international audience. i renewed renewed it and i said okay, oh, so who checked out the connecticut?
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is that the comments an advocate against it? violence in nigeria, i think it gets to have yes, i a welcome to the strain telephone who you are, what you do, why you important to this conversation? good you, my name is lisa or she on the i'm to find on the quote you on the, on the shelf way written johnson. and then after what happened on october 20, 2020 i called dr. a and published equally barton recognition on into what will happen, what one who calls on the threats to so do attributes, but you for calling the victims those who are killed and parked the vehicle, gone the injuries. so in the introduction, i talked about the successful and sauce campaign. it was pretty remarkable that protested that people power toppled close down and the toys police unit and we show you here. i know you seen this over the, over the past year from the nigeria, police force 5 things to know about the dissolution of the special anti robbery
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squad, also known as sars. and as a whole list of things that will happen and offices from the unit, they're going to be re deployed. there's gonna be a new pleasing arrangement citizen strategy. so plentiful taught citizens and that there will be a new way of, of working a new way of the police operating in nigeria, vis iowa. you shaking your head because none of these things are happening. absolutely not. one of them. you look beyond this in one week or 2 now soon of alleyah. sorry, nothing has changed. you know, the big policemen were in size asking him, or the unit or the police, you know, brutality still going on. police or pressure, extortion, or innocent citizens. my organization inside the household is law, so series then dozens of then says the progress ended shall not be lost and about
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your shuttle. the police. this was, was given out to the people because at that time the government does need to get with their start off the streets. you know, and was that was that you'd business or? yeah, exactly. exactly. so when nothing has changed of the online job, what does that mean business as usual, what does that mean for the police? what it means is that a police is going ahead to keep exploiting people to keep profiling young people to keep keen on said yellow valley in us. and all of these will also more importantly, it means that there's been no justice for people who are the victims of us, or survivors of says with that be no justice or closure for the families. and as a very horrible, we also understand the importance of social justice in a democratic that's in, in the country that claim to be democratic on wants to the below you my right side
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. what that to be respected and why would that he's so she just this baby is they key when people do not have access to justice listings and that is that the state of unlikely people begin to seek justice for themselves. so we have a lot going on barrel faculty says one to have committed crimes against humanity. one of the murderers. and yet they walk around 3 and it, well we have not us, but i rely, don't let because i just told you what the deed was absorbed into that a system they jump lease. so the continue and get more trust at the continue barley think it was right. we continue keen on the so it business as usual, nothing has changed. nothing would ever change if the bible pipe is not currently listening to i'm taking to cobb into covers. yeah. so i really yeah, rina go ahead. i want to hot fill up the foot. so if for cutting sharp,
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like to deny the inventions of police brutality, just like a piano jewelry, i like to say that the reason is because they've been freed from being dignity from the mediation. they benefit from the suppression and the oppression of the citizens of niger. one thing that you didn't stop asking for dignity from people will benefit from the indignity we are asking for freedom from people, benefits in from a steve. i mean, like, you know, maybe they responded before, thanks. and i do not without actually respond, but i mean, i've been made without actually out into permissive from the government donated in mind of my job. and so people don't know what's that area that is not for expulsion that you know,
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from extra judicial canons matched and cultural. i mean, they were frightening crimes. not just kidding. and effectively killing genes. future will need to be splitting up, i guess, resulting from fortune when you anything and i cannot. i don't think they're also very did anybody. so for my job and i wanted to say that special funded by the government but critical issues. let me just let me pull this up on a bit of expulsion. so you're just looking for the country that we saw from nation, you know, been documenting cases of exposure. and i mean thank you kindly call me back when it came by eclipse. so
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a guess, let me put some thought teeth and you too, because our audience are joining in your conversation. she didn't do, says you nothing. absolutely. nothing has changed with the leasing a year after the end. sounds process, nothing has changed. but michael says, i have noticed a change in the way the government handle cases of police violence. if there is a recorded incident being spent on social media, the government swiftly tackles the offices involve the sire thoughts. i disagree. i think that we are, you see, i think we are going to see, i'm so the guy, the talk of the police who she did the cleanup are beneficiaries of the system. now, those benefits in from the system who are going, if you get from the system all through the,
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our lives will roost through the ranks in that road done are going to dismantle the special school. so it's not going to have what they do is that when casey so with the xt, i shall get reported. did you want to be victim if one is ex thoughts on that i was offering you the week, but it all on the end of the science and that shows you that the intention is not to cost change is up to say don't get quotes, you know that guy got a thought. com also what is that? what implicitly. yes. so the police officer go to the street, x block. people just don't get caught and i don't want, you know, let me just bring here matthews thought, what are we i need you. i'm going to put this t matthew says can you imagine one year after n south protest more than 300 protesters are still languishing in different prisons and police cells across the south of nigeria. i will say want to remind people
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about the protest is being scooped. up ok, so this is one of them. they spoke to us just a little bit earlier on. he's a programmer, he's an enzymes protester, and he just, he just explained the how of his last year have a listen to this aviana jew and then have a common immediately afterwards. let's take a look. i didn't ask who does because as a programmer, i use my fools, i love those. we got a police force, a school this i was our building, my sister to services in nice to me. so why am i on the shelf my family? oh yes. i was trying to novice lucy told us as much is the only piece also comes out a virus. the services are being denied already. i don't this entire as the services on the city. i didn't on these. ok. i
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must. with michael emilio, i must retain. you know, buddha, he was with me during the, in touch with so i know firsthand where he was looking about immediately after the insights with know why he was still ongoing. and then of course i to leave our house is because it was not here on lucky. lucky was i would be paid and then abducted from his house without any, even michelle what say about we work with the shows to our lawyers, to different organizations, to the d. i said to the police and it denied having custody of how bad it was at this point in the point that's a hard day. ringback and they drastically with the system e. you do not have when i went on in accused of a crime, i think i think the person to court j b a predicted now. and if you do not be up until you lose your love or not, just like my teeth, but i was arrested and that was how investing never fee again for the past 10 years
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now, not as estimate, but i don't know if he's alive or dead. and if he's dead, we do not even have us. this is deborah bob. bob, you rocking and jungle made is under major companies. force is they will go out any way to silence anybody. and to show that the show, of course, the bother has been ga, hung by weekly using i've been deem feeds. and this is a problem, a problem. because what if i was to put a new chrissy? i want to go on what i thought the book and about the 5 or 5. like like i said, hosp imprisoned for justice. my a 17 year old prison for beating up. i may need to shop on our books to class in the 1st place, but correct for change of record,
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the movement to nigel barry still tied up the kidney. what type of explosion, what part of the, providing the indiscriminate treatment on the fly tv screen, people to the police. and i do like 15 years old. so we're just waiting for from, for a moment. said i, they have been state panels account for accountability and stories of people come forward for the state panels. where does that fit in into police reform in nigeria? how helpful have be tunnels. bit to the extent that the government looks a bit in the gallery and helpful our local part mills, how i would did sums of money, and i do have the weekends or stock where they have been paid because we lost the
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funding going out of the additional hosted div if, if institutional, you know, use to pay by a corporate lo, definitely finish on has to be grime or not. and i haven't done that. see a lot of what you've seen in the, in the past because i work on good new york. i was thinking that i can still fantastic something is happening. these all these funds. so money that i've been approved for the victims, you know, that we trust in the circle these if you being most important, if you did of the defining moment, the crowning momentum with well up to the 20 that i know that was settled by the government was frustrated be close, the thing regard, which is called the sean and the member of the administered that we was treated, we cannot receive definite quote. we saw on what i was going to down. question is, what exactly is the goldman hiding government?
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i set up the panel. i know you've been for stupid death cannot be any indeed you got any organizational ballpark in any country can be government. so we posted in that time to you know, what i mean. what we need to know is a freight. i want it to be able to time, and i saw it was a pleasure to take any listen when the proof is just like the site because the kimber would officially book for us to come up with justice and it took okay to move in a position so what christ, what's the company effective? do you think ok to find out what fed up because of public pressure. so when the government realize that definition was when they started using the product as a means like washington 960, which you had some of this stuff. and again,
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even in the 1st little hasse positions that i, b, b, they put, i will print whatever i took. it was a complaint for privacy, the true equipment. this is what a good all right, so you have yeah. again, if i may, you have so many questions and questions that deserve to be altered. and when you say renew about gas lighting, i want to give you our example of a concrete example of what that may well look like. october the 20th, last year, people gathered at leki toll gate. they gathered to protest peacefully. they was singing the nigerian national anthem. i'm setting the scene because that day that protest tending to a heretic massacre take a look. and then i'm going to play, you lie, muhammad, who is the information minister and his response to what you're about to see with your very eyes, just a week later, take a look. ah,
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a r o 7, where, who is doug? so nobody will more dub with what our word would about to do while i want to live. guam became honest, i was shooting oh, 1st of all, when a ship a so on the anniversary of that massacre, lima hammett, who is the information minister of nigeria? said this, ah or whatever.
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so guess i'm just gonna get you an instant response of a brief one cuz i'm going to push on there was no massacre. okay, fire if, if i can we go 1st a to science, finish up. when reno you then you go next. yes. just allow us to say it to the new rule. yeah. it is the ultimate rule that made you even go by the pool. we've got absolute lack of conscious guys. i'm no conscience because your what? so what happened with short r i d the story i name the best i should be because i we're not going to spend a lot. we're not going to spend a lot of time on this. i know we all know, we all know what happened really quickly, i think is a good example of gas lighting right. that we, i yeah, we're not going to do an in depth about like
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a real good. so i wanted to say that the fashion with any thought, the information that it didn't happen is the usual way. and i just got, like you said a, they will be a little interest with it in think i said with that, that's all the time we're going to spend on that because we, we are not debating reality here. i want to bring in a print technology, isn't it? any songs, pro tester what we are hearing audience is a lack of trust in government and obviously the police. this is what he told us a little earlier. since the 28th us with this was the output internet just use our to lead go mirror,
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lead altura of activities of the sauce unit of denija police force. among that, i do mother to the proposals not to tell a successful fight, or will you look at it, you don't delay d, our way of engaging that. i mean, denija police delving is you the sooner did it change? which with up up particular jamal has not been met. so those with our pupa plumber for an effective reform of denial police will so that they can give back the trust of the civilians. upper wonderful world of effect of reform come from it comes from will you see me q we have some equal uses the hoards a is to sure stronger and gain the main dram police should not use any weak b account of what it is. it should be on, on its own. it can be proved at any time,
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a game i think that should be thought i recall mission. people have been called duty of crimes should be punished. and again, we should do the balconies. the back in the country is selling the 2nd, so i don't, i don't buy them. i do. yeah. but then, well, we have with walking around with, i'm using it in young people. that is role. we need to leave about even how easy engage with them. because it doesn't look like don't do that, you are, you're, you are, nothing would happen. i'm with you and get away with it. you know what, you know it's, it's very hard 80 to really contemplate the idea that the chelsea that we're talking about are being committed by police officers. it's really hard to get my head around that. in i you chit chat, audience di, fiji, cheapest. there's a lot of antique governments speak and i understand why you're doing that. i want to bring if it's possible, a tiny little positive spin. this comes from long ray. i haven't listened to what
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he says for sire, i'm intrigued by this is have a listen, immobile me and says mom wants to share with you. i just moved out that a we have a wallace on see what lease on the scene system because of the order. and i believe these are some of the benefits that we don't see. ok again. well, the answer is i have 21 positive benefit that came out of the n sauce campaign. what is that one? because i think this one using google or gala, this one is on the idea. we disconnect. i mean, when i do it is 921. 41. 43. yeah. is that the put that should be go meant you're not going to go into each
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foundations for the 1st time. the government in the 40 public, the got me sat down. i realized that the, you have the voice, and this with this can happen again, is government continues to be responsible for the school to, to put that life. i'm not that in south it. none of that shape or form will happen again on the line. all right, i'm going to say thank you guess for now. there is always so much to talk about. have a look here on my laptop. these are guess i know you were great who i was following on twitter. this is a piano is twitter account. let me move over to release the hiring your dad. nice banner, and finally, this is for size to account. thank you. get, appreciate you. each comments were excellent. i'll see you next time and so much and everybody's like, ah,
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