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Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by MXrap: 1:04pm On Apr 30, 2018
I just got into PH this afternoon from Awka, and decided to pay a surprise visit to Agip company to see a personal friend. But unfortunately some youths barricaded the entire entrance to the company with palm fronds.

This caused heavy traffic in and around Agip road. I placed a call to my friend, he said they are equally trapped inside as they cannot even come outside.

So as it stands now, no one goes into Agip company and no one is allowed to drive out from the company.

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by MXrap: 1:12pm On Apr 30, 2018
If you have anything to do in Agip cancel it because the entire place is on lock-down. It looks like it's gonna get messy if the demands of these youths are not met.

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by soberdrunk(m): 1:35pm On Apr 30, 2018
Welcome to Rivers state where the youth collect more "Tax" than the FIRS...... angry

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Nobody: 1:36pm On Apr 30, 2018
Nigeria, which way na?
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by gingger(m): 1:36pm On Apr 30, 2018
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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Nobody: 1:37pm On Apr 30, 2018
angry Sense of entitlement is common with these Niger delta youths. They will never work but waiting to earn free money just because oil is in their region. No wonder president Buhari called them lazy and irresponsible. The oil belong to every Nigerian, enough of this nonsense

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by iihtNigeria: 1:37pm On Apr 30, 2018
Haa
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by musa234(m): 1:37pm On Apr 30, 2018
iihtNigeria:
Haa
Huuu
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by musa234(m): 1:37pm On Apr 30, 2018
Ok
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Dalexicographer(m): 1:38pm On Apr 30, 2018
I think they should do more than that...
Afterall, what has been the gratuity given to them by the oil companies... All they do is to mine away their resources and stale their land...

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by itiswellandwell: 1:39pm On Apr 30, 2018
Hmmmmm
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by crisycent: 1:40pm On Apr 30, 2018
When they move their eish to Lagos, we will start shouting.

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by cinoedhunter: 1:41pm On Apr 30, 2018
this is now looking like lazy Nigerian youths
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Alejoc(m): 1:41pm On Apr 30, 2018
Oil company operates above the law most times be very careful!
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by bestman09(m): 1:42pm On Apr 30, 2018
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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Hadeaks(m): 1:44pm On Apr 30, 2018
If you see the accounts of these oil companies, the amounts they spend every year settling the indigenous communities is insane.... and most times the tax authorities will not allow them take a deduction for those payments in their tax returns.

Some people will talk about oil spillage and oil pollution but this goes beyond remedying the effects of oil spillage. This is a case of some people seeing the oil companies as cash cows to be milked at will.

We have a Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs which is being allocated billions yearly. What is the ministry doing for the youths in those areas? The companies already pay so much yet the youths want them to pay more.

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by dprice(m): 1:44pm On Apr 30, 2018
That Is Very Good, Dat Company Called AGIP Is Not Tryin To The Host Communities Soon We Shall Start Our Own Here In OMOKU, AGIP Shall Surely Give Us Job.

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Gloriagee(f): 1:44pm On Apr 30, 2018
belongs to everyone cos u live with the horrible effects of oil pollution ba?

Purewatermeji:
angry Sense of entitlement is common with these Niger delta youths. They will never work but waiting to earn free money just because oil is in their region. No wonder president Buhari called them lazy and irresponsible. The oil belong to every Nigerian, enough of this nonsense

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by brainpulse: 1:44pm On Apr 30, 2018
LAZY YOUTHS

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by smartty68(m): 1:44pm On Apr 30, 2018
soberdrunk:
Welcome to Rivers state where the youth collect more "Tax" than the FIRS...... angry
Purewatermeji:
angry Sense of entitlement is common with these Niger delta youths. They will never work but waiting to earn free money just because oil is in their region. No wonder president Buhari called them lazy and irresponsible. The oil belong to every Nigerian, enough of this nonsense
Do you even know what those people are going through on a daily basis?

Soot ravaging their lands...

FG is just interested in what they can get out of those oil producing region and that's all

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by winzy(m): 1:45pm On Apr 30, 2018
And they call us lazy?!
Those youths deserve some accolade bikoo

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by martineverest(m): 1:45pm On Apr 30, 2018
these are the people buhari was referring to as 'lazy youths' before the warlords and social media misinterpreters changed it
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by laurel03: 1:46pm On Apr 30, 2018
They are the real lazy youth pmb talk about....

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by erico2k2(m): 1:46pm On Apr 30, 2018
Purewatermeji:
angry Sense of entitlement is common with these Niger delta youths. They will never work but waiting to earn free money just because oil is in their region. No wonder president Buhari called them lazy and irresponsible. The oil belong to every Nigerian, enough of this nonsense
so now cos of few people venting their anger on a company you label the whole Niger Deltans as being lazy and full of sense of entitlement right? and Now the Oil belongs to the whole Nigerians, is that not a sense of entitlement you are displaying yourself??

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Nobody: 1:46pm On Apr 30, 2018
Gloriagee:
belongs to everyone cos u live with the horrible effects of oil pollution ba?

Relocate from the region if there is pollution. Every Nigerian owns that oil. Simple
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Emmy9ite02(m): 1:47pm On Apr 30, 2018
Entitlement mentality. They should go and get a job ASAP.



**Check my signature to get a high paying job.
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by chuks34(m): 1:47pm On Apr 30, 2018
Purewatermeji:
angry Sense of entitlement is common with these Niger delta youths. They will never work but waiting to earn free money just because oil is in their region. No wonder president Buhari called them lazy and irresponsible. The oil belong to every Nigerian, enough of this nonsense

Come and carry the oil na tongue

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by martineverest(m): 1:48pm On Apr 30, 2018
soberdrunk:
Welcome to Rivers state where the youth collect more "Tax" than the FIRS...... angry
weren't they the people buhari was calling 'lazy'?
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by smartty68(m): 1:48pm On Apr 30, 2018
Purewatermeji:

Relocate from the region if there is pollution. Every Nigerian owns that oil. Simple
Oh C'mon and stop thinking like you've got a brain tumor

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Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by Nobody: 1:48pm On Apr 30, 2018
the lazy youth Buhari dey talk about. their elder and youth leaders get money monthly and chop it alone. den instigate these ones to go cause wahala. when oil finish ehn, una suffer go pass almajiri own
Re: Eye-Witness: AGIP Oil Company Port Harcourt Barricaded- Pictures by sharonorg: 1:49pm On Apr 30, 2018
You speak with a lot of ignorance.
Dalexicographer:
I think they should do more than that...
Afterall, what has been the gratuity given to them by the oil companies... All they do is to mine away their resources and stale their land...

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