Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-01-17

  • Tomorrow, Nigerians stands up for the future! If we look the other way as Nigeria sinks, our protected turf will soon collapse. #SaveNigeria #
  • Tomorrow, Nigerians stand up for the future! If we look the other way as Nigeria sinks, our protected turfs will soon collapse. #SaveNigeria #
  • Read my new blog post, “The End of Silence!”, at http://www.gbengasesan.com/blog/?p=547. Silence is no longer golden. Let’s all #SaveNigeria #
  • First they came for the[m] and I did not speak out… Then they came for me… Silence is no longer golden! http://is.gd/66atg #SaveNigeria #
  • Really? Hmmm RT @bbcworld: Nigeria’s president, not seen since going into hospital in Saudi Arabia… tells the BBC… http://bit.ly/6HNEKi #
  • Nigerians say ‘Enough is Enough’ to Power Vacuum, Vacillation over Electoral Reforms, Terror-Tag on Nigerians and Corruption. #Save Nigeria #
  • Nigerians say ‘Enough is Enough’ to Power Vacuum, Vacillation over Electoral Reforms, Terror-Tag on Nigerians and Corruption. #SaveNigeria #
  • Just saw the #SaveNigeria protest on @CNN. Huge thanks to all those who made it happen. Silence is no longer golden, enough is enough! #
  • As we conclude data gathering for the ‘Digital Lifestyle of Connected Nigerians’ survey, #PIN wishes to thank respondents. http://is.gd/z0As #
  • I wonder if Google is risking its 15% search market share in China, standing by its ‘Do No Evil’ mantra or just betting on ‘sympathy share’? #
  • NEXT is canvassing for 1M signatures to demand President Yar’adua prove he’s fit for office. I signed, you should. http://is.gd/6fZQM Pls RT #
  • Life’s a journey and who you choose to walk with matters. Thanks @temiladesesan for being my co-traveller. http://TemiAndGbenga.com #

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