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|Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by GARRIx10: 7:21am On Mar 05, 2013|
Ladipo Market: Lagos demolishes illegal structures
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Nobody: 7:26am On Mar 05, 2013|
They demolish ur garri store
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Akshow: 7:39am On Mar 05, 2013|
Ride on Fashola! We are totally behind you.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by fkaz(m): 7:45am On Mar 05, 2013|
According to him, “You traders should thank your creator that it is Lagos state government. If it were other states, the government may not create a platform for the traders and its officials to meet and discuss issues concerning the market.”
This is another igbo man speaking,
Be law abiding.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by PointB: 7:53am On Mar 05, 2013|
“We are appealing to Governor Babatunde Fashola to direct the Lagos State Waste Management Authority, LAWMA, boss, Dr. Ola Oresanya to construct a central dump site for the market that has more than 20, 000 members.
Imagine a big market like Ladipo without a central dump site, yet some clowns are praising the government for the inanity of closing the market. Why didn't the government provide this facility and see if it will be put to use or not before closing the market? It's little wonder why Lagos State itself is one big junkyard. A state where the government pockets tax-payer money, plant flowers, and then do fvckall with the rest of the loot.
Now taxpayers still have to plead with government to their job, in providing the simplest of facility. If this simple plea is not granted, I surmise that Ladipo, and every other markets in Lagos State and beyond will remain a sh1t-yard for aeon. This is very fundamental.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by seanet02: 8:05am On Mar 05, 2013|
PointB:Never expect you to be reasonable.
How about you using your senses?
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by PointB: 8:45am On Mar 05, 2013|
seanet02: Never expect you to be reasonable.
Says the village buffoon.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by GARRIx10: 8:46am On Mar 05, 2013|
Listen to what a sensible Igbo man had to say on the issue..
The founding Director-General of Nigeria Economic Summit Group, Prof. Anya O. Anya yesterday visited the closed Ladipo auto spare part market, Mushin Local Government and tasked the traders to comply with the state government sanitation law 2010.
Oya PointB, Onlylies, Afam, Mammywater, Berem, Biafra Rep, FreeGlobe etc, quickly evaporate from your current location and condense at the level of Ladipo Market so as to assist ya brothers in cleaning the environment so that their shops can be opened..
100 billion Naira nor be small tin ooo!!
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by majour(m): 9:02am On Mar 05, 2013|
cant we all be NIGERIANS, must we stress the tribe, Na wa o, nd we al want a beta nigeria, smh for pple o
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Scarpon(m): 9:07am On Mar 05, 2013|
thier should demolish the whole market that place is extra dirty
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by gerald09(m): 9:13am On Mar 05, 2013|
This is were u kn the problems of Nigeria in in our blood. Dis lunatics expect us to have mercy on dem so dey keep telling us how much dey loose daily form 100million daily nw its 500million. Dis is to show how most of us value money to human life. Very soon dey will start blaming jonna if he acts like dat. 500million daily n dey didn't have d decency to clean d very place dat put food in dere mouth, NEVA BIT D FINGERS THAT FEED U.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Delafruita(m): 9:15am On Mar 05, 2013|
PointB:is ladipo the only market in lagos?is it even the biggest market in lagos?perhaps you expect the government to provide dustbins for your own room and your office.the government has provided a means of disposing your refuse via the LAWMA trucks.in a case where your refuse id damaged engines and other hazardous materials,does it then become the duty of the government to dispose them for you?
is it the duty of the government to dispose your damaged gears and other car parts?is that the reason why you should block the canal?when the floodings start,who will be affected?you or the government?
is it also the absence of a "central dumping site" that pushed them to erecting stalls on the canal?
if the traders want the government to do everything for them, then they should stop their executives from selling rickets or issuing receipts to customers.they should stop their executive from generating the gargantuan revenue they receive daily from people that come to the market to purchase parts.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Maxymilliano(m): 9:17am On Mar 05, 2013|
youngmoneypi: nice move uncle joe KHcSN
Uncle joe Wake up Bro, you're in Lagos...
Demolishing illegal structures at Ladipo is commendable, irrespective of the judgmental errors by the governor in using a sledge hammer to kill a fly, the traders also did not help matters, give them an inch, they take a mile...
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Okijajuju1(m): 9:18am On Mar 05, 2013|
Good Job Mr. Fashola...
I am not a fan of yours, but this is a welcomed development.. We cant continue to live and behave like animals in this country.. I dont care where you are from or what ethinicity is involved..
This is a good development!
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by eaglechild: 9:20am On Mar 05, 2013|
Some very crappy journalism seem to get to the front page by default.
Magnetic words include Fashola, Lagos and Igbo traders.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by boron10(m): 9:21am On Mar 05, 2013|
majour: cant we all be NIGERIANS, must we stress the tribe, Na wa o, nd we al want a beta nigeria, smh for pple oNigeria has never been one since independence and tribalism is likely to continue breeding in us in years to come. So I'm not surprised at the comments here.
Imagine a yoruba man reporting an accident scene that claimed 7 lives thus "6 people and one aboki was killed in the accident" isn't this the height of tribalism? Are abokis not human?
Still wondering what the Topic has to do with Tribalism. Igbo and Yoruba people will always look for avenue to display their shallow mindedness. Choi
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by alfaman2: 9:23am On Mar 05, 2013|
Yoruba jealousy is making them draw bad card. Really bad card.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Okijajuju1(m): 9:23am On Mar 05, 2013|
I can never support you on this one..
Let it go. The traders were badly behaved, even they themselves have admitted their wrong doing. I feel your arguement is more tribal than logical. If they had simple 500 Naira Dustbins in front of their shops, a passage way for small trucks to drive through at Night and pick up these wastes from the front of their shops, then things would be better. They built illegal strictures all over, clustered the entire market that even human traffic was nearly impossible and then started dumping stuff into the canal as a matter of convinience. Anybody who has ever been to a Mechanic village in any state of the federation would know that this is their standard practice.
Now that they have the ear of the governor, they can now talk with him to help in certain areas that they need help in the market. For a Market that make 500 Million Naira a day, they cant build a state of the art toilet system?! I know what leads to this nonsense. Most of their sales boys and girls sleep inside the market. The traders need to better organize themselves. They should stop depending on the government for every f`ucking thing!
This is a welcomed move. Call it starting from scratch. Everything should be corrected now so that when business commences, there will be no breach of conduct.
Support a good move.. Onitsha Main Market & Ariaria Market needs something similar as well.
No tribalism on this matter.. I support the LASG.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by bigass(f): 9:26am On Mar 05, 2013|
Did U finish from Ife?
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by drizzit(m): 9:30am On Mar 05, 2013|
Is it now 500million naira? This dudes are just pulling figures out of the air
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by stagger: 9:31am On Mar 05, 2013|
The culture of cleanliness is something that has to be enforced because Nigerians will never imbibe it.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by EMMAUGOH(m): 9:42am On Mar 05, 2013|
Am never against good things but am against Negligence.why would it be at the absence of those traders the demolition will start,some people have thier mind of survival on that Goods Fashola may Call dirty or whatever,some are starting Life back with those token but they will call it rubish and pack it Away,,taking away illlegal structures is not bad but atleast tell every one that has anything of Value to take it away ,than destroying it and call it dirty.......
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by ifyalways(f): 9:42am On Mar 05, 2013|
stagger: The culture of cleanliness is something that has to be [b]enforced [/b]because Nigerians will never imbibe it.end off.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by Immune1(m): 9:43am On Mar 05, 2013|
Ladipo was largely built by ibo men with little government support;instead of government to think up creative ways like monetizing auto-waste,they are busy creating impressions.1billion naira is too much to set things right rather than create all these media attention to show you are working.
|Re: Illegal Structures Demolished In Ladipo Market by gboss4sure(m): 9:47am On Mar 05, 2013|
Fashola should do everything possible to clean the market then introduce strict laws on cleanness in the market then re-open it. Also i don't want to sense any act of tribalism on his part as regards to this issue cause if i do i will take him to the hagues for trial on crime against humanity
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