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Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by docsholz(m): 1:27pm On Jun 22, 2015
Happened to be somewhere around ikorodu and witnessed an incident where some thugs were harassing an owner of a house under construction for owo lintel, I was made to understand after buying land, u pay for owo foundation and other ish to these guys for doing nothing,

I'm just curious does this occur in other parts of the country or is it unique to d southwest
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by quid(m): 1:28pm On Jun 22, 2015
docsholz:
Happened to be somewhere around ikorodu and witnessed an incident where some thugs were harassing an owner of a house under construction for owo lintel, I was made to understand after buying land, u pay for owo foundation and other ish to these guys for doing nothing,

I'm just curious does this occur in other parts of the country or is it unique to d southwest
Omo-onile is the high point of Yoruba civilization.

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by raayah(f): 1:29pm On Jun 22, 2015
quid:

Omo-onile is the high point of Yoruba civilization.

Lol

I think its Joblessness.
I don't know why the government is not taking legal action again these fraudsters.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by yhemsy62(m): 1:30pm On Jun 22, 2015
omo onile will go on exile when government start to d needful
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by rawtouch: 1:31pm On Jun 22, 2015
Its just laziness
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by tuoyoojo(m): 1:36pm On Jun 22, 2015
it the south south , in delta to be specific its called "devey" coined from development fee. its just a conduit for jobless youth to collect money from hard-working Nigerians jus for nothing. the most annoying thing is that after managing to pay one group , another would show up and claimed the payment was to the wrong group.they would threaten fire and brimstone if they are not paid

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by Nobody: 1:48pm On Jun 22, 2015
quid:

summary of omo-onile phenomenon =>

Please take down this picture its not good, please I beg you with the name of God.

Stop mocking people, whatever might seem the handicapp stop it.

Take down this picture please.

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by akoaki(m): 1:50pm On Jun 22, 2015
A symptom of laziness of government.

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by Pavore9: 1:56pm On Jun 22, 2015
lt is laziness and not happening in Lagos alone as l had that same experience in Enugu years back while construction was going on, a group of rough looking boys came in a bus, did some stunts with the bus at the site and demanded to be settled as they were Nike Youths. l codedly called the Rev.Father who was in charge of the Project, he also drove into the site spinning his car, came out with a horsewhip (koboko) and told them to repeat their request...see boys and Ben Johnson! The Priest said he would have shown them some of the experience he had gathered working in mafia-dense neighbourhoods in Italy! cheesy cheesy cheesy

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by quid(m): 1:58pm On Jun 22, 2015
BuddahMonk:


Please take down this picture its not good, please I beg you with the name of God.

Stop mocking people, whatever might seem the handicapp stop it.

Take down this picture please.
Hmmmm. . . .
Do you also protest against all the anti-Igbo threads on NL?

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by dhardline(m): 2:10pm On Jun 22, 2015
You mean the owoda boys? Just ask Tinubu.He gave them extreme powers.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by disumusa: 2:25pm On Jun 22, 2015
akoaki:
A symptom of laziness of government.
frustrated homeles ibos the yorubas are more wealthy than you just go to your land we dont need you in sw.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by eagleeye2: 2:31pm On Jun 22, 2015
disumusa:
frustrated homeles ibos the yorubas are more wealthy than you just go to your land we dont need you in sw.
I believe you want another 'abandoned property' saga?

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by Nobody: 2:43pm On Jun 22, 2015
Well the truth has to be told..... If not for the Igbos I wonder wat Lagos would look like. Records from the office of LAGOS STATE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (LSDA) shows that the Igbo's have acquired more than half of Lagos and presently they are gradually acquiring lands in Ogun state........ let there be peace.
#OneNigeria#

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by Nobody: 3:15pm On Jun 22, 2015
quid:

Hmmmm. . . .
Do you also protest against all the anti-Igbo threads on NL?

I know why am saying this, forget all the yoloba tribal bigots here they are miscreants like Akiolu and Ariyo.

Don't come down to their level let's always beat then with hardwork and stellar performances

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Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by quid(m): 7:42pm On Jun 23, 2015
almajirimallam:
Well the truth has to be told..... If not for the Igbos I wonder wat Lagos would look like. Records from the office of LAGOS STATE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (LSDA) shows that the Igbo's have acquired more than half of Lagos and presently they are gradually acquiring lands in Ogun state........ let there be peace.
#OneNigeria#
Thanks for saying the truth.
One love
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 7:48pm On Jun 23, 2015
I think the question should be directed to such touts in Delta state with their "Deve levy" (Developmental levy) they charge even when you want to repair your plumbing.

Lazy scums are everywhere selling and reselling already sold land too. It is commonplace in every commercially viable city in the South, but I can't say much about the North.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 7:50pm On Jun 23, 2015
BuddahMonk:


I know why am saying this, forget all the yoloba tribal bigots here they are miscreants like Akiolu and Ariyo.

Don't come down to their level let's always beat then with hardwork and stellar performances

Who is more of a miscreant between Ariyo who owns a medical practice and the jobless Igbos who line up the street to his abode?
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 7:52pm On Jun 23, 2015
tuoyoojo:
it the south south , in delta to be specific its called "devey" coined from development fee. its just a conduit for jobless youth to collect money from hard-working Nigerians jus for nothing. the most annoying thing is that after managing to pay one group , another would show up and claimed the payment was to the wrong group.they would threaten fire and brimstone if they are not paid
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 7:54pm On Jun 23, 2015
Pavore9:
lt is laziness and not happening in Lagos alone as l had that same experience in Enugu years back while construction was going on, a group of rough looking boys came in a bus, did some stunts with the bus at the site and demanded to be settled as they were Nike Youths. l codedly called the Rev.Father who was in charge of the Project, he also drove into the site spinning his car, came out with a horsewhip (koboko) and told them to repeat their request...see boys and Ben Johnson! The Priest said he would have shown them some of the experience he had gathered working in mafia-dense neighbourhoods in Italy! cheesy cheesy cheesy

I believe quid is ignorant of this.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by quid(m): 8:04pm On Jun 23, 2015
StOla:


I believe quid is ignorant of this.
So you mean that omo-oniles are justified in their laziness because some Enugu boys are also gallivanting?
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 8:11pm On Jun 23, 2015
quid:

So you mean that omo-oniles are justified in their laziness because some Enugu boys are also gallivanting?

It means there are lazy touts everywhere, something you ought to know and not have other people spell it out for you.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by adaweezy(m): 8:13pm On Jun 23, 2015
Some people just think Lagos begins at festac and ends at ikeja....
Their are hardly any igbo people where i live in lagos though
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by quid(m): 8:13pm On Jun 23, 2015
StOla:


It means there are lazy touts everywhere, something you ought to know and not have other people spell it out for you.

LMAO
Stop making excuses for the generations of lazy yoruba boys/men in Lagos.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by Ikengawo: 8:15pm On Jun 23, 2015
quid:

Omo-onile is the high point of Yoruba civilization.
LOL, true
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 8:28pm On Jun 23, 2015
quid:

LMAO
Stop making excuses for the generations of lazy yoruba boys/men in Lagos.

They have their fellow generations of lazy youth in Enugu, Delta, Rivers and all other states in the South of Nigeria.

So you stop localizing a broader problem, and proffer solutions that would eliminate such thuggery across the country.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by dokyOloye: 8:38pm On Jun 23, 2015
Evidence of sophistication.
Das all.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by dokyOloye: 8:39pm On Jun 23, 2015
StOla:


They have their fellow generations of lazy youth in Enugu, Delta, Rivers and all other states in the South of Nigeria.

So you stop localizing a broader problem, and proffer solutions that would eliminate such thuggery across the country.
There is no lazy Igbo boy in this whole world.
Show me one.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 8:41pm On Jun 23, 2015
adaweezy:
Some people just think Lagos begins at festac and ends at ikeja....
Their are hardly any igbo people where i live in lagos though

Some people think because his tribesman has a house in a highbrow area, every other tribesman is also doing well.

There was a documentary on ghetto Lagos done by BBC or another media house during the 1st term of Fashola. The 1st dramatis personae of the documentary was an Igbo family man scavenging in the slum's refuse yard for his daughter's birthday that would cost just about N15000, the other was a guy (not sure if he's Igbo or Delta) who had aspirations for music.

Both were living in slums similar to the Yoruba landlord picture above posted by quid.

For quid, I understand it's good to dream big. I guess that picture hangs on your wall hoping to move from the slums to the boulevard someday. Many have done it, many will be waiting to receive you when you get there.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by StOla: 8:42pm On Jun 23, 2015
dokyOloye:
There is no lazy Igbo boy in this whole world.
Show me one.

Maybe you need to find your way to Enugu as the scenario has already been painted in a post above.
Re: Omo Onile:symptom Of Unemployment Or Laziness by dokyOloye: 8:44pm On Jun 23, 2015
adaweezy:
Some people just think Lagos begins at festac and ends at ikeja....
Their are hardly any igbo people where i live in lagos though
Must U add "though"?

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