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NIGERIANS AGAINST SONY'S PS3 AD

1,086 Signatures Goal: 5,000

THIS IS AN ONLINE PETITION FOR NIGERIANS AGAINST THE SONY PS3 AD THAT IS CURRENTLY AIRING ALL OVER TV AND INTERNET! DISGRACE DISGRACE SONY DISGRACE! THE UPROAR COMES FROM THIS EXACT QUOTE IN THEIR AD.. "YOU CAN'T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU HEAR ON THE INTERNET OR I'LL BE A NIGERIAN MILLIONAIRE BY NOW" WATCH THE DISGRACEFUL VIDEO LINK http://www.youtube.com/watchv=uyfsQ8nn5M4 http://www.youtube.com/watchv=uyfsQ8nn5M4 http://www.youtube.com/watchv=uyfsQ8nn5M4 QUESTION TO SONY: SO EVERY SINGLE NIGERIAN IS TRYING TO SCAM & DEFRAUD PEOPLE! IS THAT WHAT YOU FOUND OUT FROM YOUR RESEARCH FROM ALL NIGERIANS! THE AUDACITY TO INSULT NIGERIANS AS A WHOLE WITH YOUR LOW STANDARD OF ADVERTISING. NIGERIANS CONTRIBUTE A GREAT PERCENTAGE OF SALES AND BRAND LOYALTY TO YOUR PRODUCTS. THIS PETITION IS TO HAVE SONY PULL OR CHANGE THE AD WITH THE NEGATIVE REFERENCE TO NIGERIANS! SIGN THIS PETITION AND FORWARD IT TO EVERY NIGERIAN YOU KNOW! WE ARE LOOKING TO GET OVER 100,000 SIGNATURES AND IT WILL BE SENT TO SONY'S PRESIDENT. LET'S EXCEED THAT GOAL!!

Sponsor

THIS PETITION IS SPONSORED AND ENDORSED BY "POSITIVE NIGERIANS FOR PROGRESS" ALL AROUND THE WORLD! WE WON'T STAND FOR NONSENSE!!

Links

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=uyfsQ8nn5M4

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