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Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Muttee: 9:11am On Jan 08
AHEAD of a nationwide strike over the Federal Government’s refusal to send a draft bill on N30,000 National Minimum Wage to the National Assembly to legislate into law, organised labour and its civil society allies are, today, holding a nationwide mobilisation and mass protest to force government into action.

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by folhenrry4flizzy(m): 9:13am On Jan 08
Very good.

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by NaijaRoyalty: 9:15am On Jan 08
If after all Amaechi said in the leaked audio tape and you still vote buhari, don't blame your village people for your miserable life .

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by ZombieTAMER: 9:18am On Jan 08
Buhari is a failure

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Muttee: 9:18am On Jan 08
What is good there

folhenrry4flizzy:
Very good.

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by RichFoundation(m): 9:18am On Jan 08
54 days to go!!

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by BabaOwen(m): 9:18am On Jan 08
The Nigerian labour union Congress in the 36 state should all come together and remove this their clueless leader... Wetin concern Nigeria government with protest, if you like march from Ikeja to badagry they won't listen until you go on an indefinite strike.

It's better every political appointees and the one's that are voted into power all earn salary and allowance like civil servants.

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by ybalogs(m): 9:18am On Jan 08
Telephone Conversation between a Politician and a Repentant Thug.

_______________________________________________________

Politician: Is this Bruno?
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: Yes.

Who am I speaking with?
_______________________________________________________

Politician: Your boss.

Can't you recognize my voice?
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: Oh, sorry sir.

Good afternoon boss.

Your voice has changed.

And I don't have this number.
_______________________________________________________

Politician: Forget about the changed voice and the unknown number.

There's a job.
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: Job?
_______________________________________________________

Politician: Get your boys ready.

I will make every detail available tonight.

No stories.

I don't want a repeat of what happened the other time.
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: Remember sir, we lost J-boy in our last outing.
_______________________________________________________

Politician: Yes.

And so?
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: We may have a gap or leakage in our strategic positioning.
_______________________________________________________

Politician: Bruno, what do you want?

Go straight to the point and stop beating about the bush.

I don't have all the time my friend.
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: We need to fill J-boy's gap.
_______________________________________________________

Politician: My friend you're talking too much.

What do you want?
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: I want us to replace J-boy with your son.

Henceforth, let him be part of every assignment you give to us sir.
_______________________________________________________

Politician: My son?! My only son! You must be crazy. You are out of your... (Bruno cuts in)
_______________________________________________________

Bruno: Sir, am not crazy ooo.

You are the crazy one here.

We are people's children too.

The same way you feel for your children, that's the same way our parents feel about us.

Let me tell you Mr Man, you can't be using us as thugs while your children are schooling in UK, USA, Japan, etc and enjoying the luxuries of life.

You have used us to destabilize the polity through violence and assassination of innocent people.

If you ever want us to do any 'job' for you, let all your male children be part of us.

You think we don't know that your children work in NNPC, FIRS, CBN, NCC, DPR, etc.

We are degree holders.

If you want to give us any 'job' again, it should be in any of the above mentioned places.

Foolish man.
__________________________________________________________

It is a script!

But the message has been passed.

Nigerian Youths Say No To Thuggery.

Don't Allow Yourself to be used as Thugs.

Anyone who wants you as a thug, request that his children be part of it.

Vote and not fight.

Say no to violence.

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Bossontop(m): 9:19am On Jan 08
undecided
Its either this labour president na jus weak man or him don collect brown evelope........ you go threaten strike com dey fidget at d last minute....mtcheeww

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by ainas247: 9:19am On Jan 08
smiley Just 30k they can't pay... And they earns 14million Maura monthly...

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by MANNABBQGRILLS: 9:19am On Jan 08
folhenrry4flizzy:
Very good.
See one of them.....
To the Wailers.....
You wake up every morning and rush to social media in search of bad news of this nation,
so that you will comment and share it among your friends.......
but when you see the good news, you pretend to be blind.
And every night you stay in one corner of your room praying to God to bless anything you lay your hands on in the same country 
Hmmmm!!! May God forgive and have mercy on you.
#May OUR President Succeed 
#When Nigeria become great , you will surely see this, but..........

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by melanch(m): 9:19am On Jan 08
I still dont get it. Ministers, Senators, Reps, Governors, Presidents are earning crazy millions but workers are earning peanuts. And yet, the govt dont care. This world sef.
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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by TRUSTEDGUY: 9:19am On Jan 08
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Just wondering what they have been waiting for. This useless irony called Nigeria.

Where rights are turned to privileges

Where thieves (politicians) are rulers

Where legitimate workers are Slaves

And where our youths ( so called) leaders of tomorrow are now the Yahoo boys and Ritualist of today.

May God have mercy.
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by superlanny(m): 9:19am On Jan 08
solidarity forever, solidarity forever, solidarity forever, we shall always fight for our right. I hail una, make Una no worry, bubu gat your back.
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by ejibaba(m): 9:19am On Jan 08
Nice development
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Viking007(m): 9:21am On Jan 08
Today is a good day not to be at work.

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by THUNDER4real(m): 9:21am On Jan 08
NLC leaders need slaps. protest don't solve problem, strike does. If protest solve problems, the shitte leader would have been released.Useless NLC

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by reantv(m): 9:21am On Jan 08
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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Ymin: 9:22am On Jan 08
NaijaRoyalty:
If after all Amaechi said in the leaked audio tape and you still vote buhari, don't blame your village people for your miserable life .

If after all OBJ said abt Atiku,you're still supporting PDP,then also blame your village people for your miserable life.
4+4=2023

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Hotzone(m): 9:22am On Jan 08
Buhari is mean to Nigeria workers

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by BabaOwen(m): 9:24am On Jan 08
THUNDER4real:
NLC leaders need slaps. protest don't solve problem, strike does. If protest solve problems, the shitte leader would have been released.Useless NLC
in Nigeria and most part of the world but most especially in Nigeria.

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by semyman: 9:24am On Jan 08
The 2 Most Difficult Times For Buharists
The first most difficult period to be and remain a Buharist was in 2016, the year of economic recession. After experiencing 2 consecutive quarters of declining growth, the Federal Govt on August 31, 2016 announced formally that the nation had entered recession. But even before the announcement, we all knew we were into it. A module of garri cost N350 (now N150). A pack of 4 Eva bathing soap was sold for N750 (now N600). A tube of family size toothpaste was N350 (now N260). The effect was telling..it was biting but it was never the fault of the government of the day! Oil price had been on steady fall and even the 'rich' Saudi Arabia borrowed to partly fund her budget, the first time in decades. Venezuela, another oil-dependent economy is still wallowing in economic mess till date as her currency has become worthless. The Buhari govt inherited no infrastructures nor any savings of note. At some points, the price fell below $30/barrel yet they said we must support them in blaming the Buhari administration or we are senseless, Fulani slaves and blind political followers.
Every mono economy that's dependent on oil cried but they wanted our case to be different. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala had warned that it'd happen. Charles Soludo, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi etc gave similar warnings but it was still Buhari's fault. He's analogue. He has no economic sense. He has just 150 cows. He must be crucified but we said no.
When the noise became too loud, some who were 'Buharists' left for the other side. They said they must be on the side of the people. They said they were hungry. They got unending applauds from the 'people' and they enjoyed it but we stood behind the man who was and is still bent on giving us a better Nigeria than he met through economic diversification. The President allocated huge sums to the building of roads, railways, power and enhancing agriculture etc..unprecedented. Those who wanted immediate results abused us but we didn't shake.
That was the first most difficult period to be a Buharist and maintain it.
On January 19, 2017, President Buhari went to London on a medical vacation after transmitting a letter to the NASS informing them of his leave and invoking the section of the Constitution which empowers the Vice President to take charge as the Acting President in case of such occurrence. We watched on TV as he departed the Country. The President did not come back until March 10 in what a major national daily called Medical Sojourn. Those on the other side said he called Osinbajo a mere Coordinator. They brought in mischief to misinterpret the Constitution.
Patriots were relieved seeing the hailing President back but the relief was short-lived as on May, 7, he left again. And this time, death mongers boxed us to the corner. They told us he'd never come back alive. They said it was his corpse that was flown out! The few of them who weren't convinced that he had died chose to wait with 100% hope for it (his death). Some of them drank to what they called the death of a tyrant, a Fulani herdsman, an Islamic fundamentalist. At certain stages, some Buharists started becoming ex-Buharists. They joined the Resume or Return band wagon. They didn't want to be caught on the losing side...the side of those who stood by a man that would never return alive. Top government functionaries including selected Governors went on a visit but after their Spokesperson, Dave Umahi said they saw a fast recuperating man, detractors said the water on the table where the President hosted them carried a Nigerian label. They therefore concluded that it was a facade. One of their leaders back home boosted their dark morale when he boasted of having 11 pictures of the dying President.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, his friend visited and prayed for him and on August 17, Pastor E.A Adeboye also went on a visit to pray for him and the following day, he arrived Nigeria to the welcoming arms of those who God will always bless.
That's the second most trying time of a true Buharist.
Those who became Buharists just because they wanted Jonathan out left but I have seen a few of them coming back.
Good morning, my blood Buharists.
God bless you.
# SWA

MAGNIFICENT! MAGNIFICENT!! MAGNIFICENT!!!
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Tunasco4u(m): 9:24am On Jan 08
OK
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by THUNDER4real(m): 9:25am On Jan 08
Ymin:


If after all OBJ said abt Atiku,you're still supporting PDP,then also blame your village people for your miserable life.
4+4=2023
The most important thing is to remove Buhari from Aso rock, for supporting Buhari (failed government) take this every day

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by Ofemity: 9:25am On Jan 08
Common 30 thousand FG can't pay but They at ending big cash
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by fatymore(f): 9:25am On Jan 08
These people aren't serious... Why protest...
If they don't increase minimum wage.. No election...

Compromised set of jokers

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by TRUSTEDGUY: 9:29am On Jan 08
semyman:
The 2 Most Difficult Times For Buharists
The first most difficult period to be and remain a Buharist was in 2016, the year of economic recession. After experiencing 2 consecutive quarters of declining growth, the Federal Govt on August 31, 2016 announced formally that the nation had entered recession. But even before the announcement, we all knew we were into it. A module of garri cost N350 (now N150). A pack of 4 Eva bathing soap was sold for N750 (now N600). A tube of family size toothpaste was N350 (now N260). The effect was telling..it was biting but it was never the fault of the government of the day! Oil price had been on steady fall and even the 'rich' Saudi Arabia borrowed to partly fund her budget, the first time in decades. Venezuela, another oil-dependent economy is still wallowing in economic mess till date as her currency has become worthless. The Buhari govt inherited no infrastructures nor any savings of note. At some points, the price fell below $30/barrel yet they said we must support them in blaming the Buhari administration or we are senseless, Fulani slaves and blind political followers.
Every mono economy that's dependent on oil cried but they wanted our case to be different. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala had warned that it'd happen. Charles Soludo, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi etc gave similar warnings but it was still Buhari's fault. He's analogue. He has no economic sense. He has just 150 cows. He must be crucified but we said no.
When the noise became too loud, some who were 'Buharists' left for the other side. They said they must be on the side of the people. They said they were hungry. They got unending applauds from the 'people' and they enjoyed it but we stood behind the man who was and is still bent on giving us a better Nigeria than he met through economic diversification. The President allocated huge sums to the building of roads, railways, power and enhancing agriculture etc..unprecedented. Those who wanted immediate results abused us but we didn't shake.
That was the first most difficult period to be a Buharist and maintain it.
On January 19, 2017, President Buhari went to London on a medical vacation after transmitting a letter to the NASS informing them of his leave and invoking the section of the Constitution which empowers the Vice President to take charge as the Acting President in case of such occurrence. We watched on TV as he departed the Country. The President did not come back until March 10 in what a major national daily called Medical Sojourn. Those on the other side said he called Osinbajo a mere Coordinator. They brought in mischief to misinterpret the Constitution.
Patriots were relieved seeing the hailing President back but the relief was short-lived as on May, 7, he left again. And this time, death mongers boxed us to the corner. They told us he'd never come back alive. They said it was his corpse that was flown out! The few of them who weren't convinced that he had died chose to wait with 100% hope for it (his death). Some of them drank to what they called the death of a tyrant, a Fulani herdsman, an Islamic fundamentalist. At certain stages, some Buharists started becoming ex-Buharists. They joined the Resume or Return band wagon. They didn't want to be caught on the losing side...the side of those who stood by a man that would never return alive. Top government functionaries including selected Governors went on a visit but after their Spokesperson, Dave Umahi said they saw a fast recuperating man, detractors said the water on the table where the President hosted them carried a Nigerian label. They therefore concluded that it was a facade. One of their leaders back home boosted their dark morale when he boasted of having 11 pictures of the dying President.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, his friend visited and prayed for him and on August 17, Pastor E.A Adeboye also went on a visit to pray for him and the following day, he arrived Nigeria to the welcoming arms of those who God will always bless.
That's the second most trying time of a true Buharist.
Those who became Buharists just because they wanted Jonathan out left but I have seen a few of them coming back.
Good morning, my blood Buharists.
God bless you.
# SWA

MAGNIFICENT! MAGNIFICENT!! MAGNIFICENT!!!

Its on point that suceessive leader did not developed the economy now the citizenry must suffer abi
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by OneManLegion(m): 9:29am On Jan 08
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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by tkshittu1: 9:30am On Jan 08
RichFoundation:
54 days to go!!

Fellow Nairalanders,


I need your advice, suggestions on tips to winning elections.



Thank you all for your support and prayers

Together we can.

Richard Ngene
09079888111
richardchikeziem@gmail.com

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Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by RexTramadol1(m): 9:30am On Jan 08
Na war
Re: Just In: Labour Protest Starts In Lagos - Photos by awelekiti(m): 9:30am On Jan 08
semyman:
The 2 Most Difficult Times For Buharists
The first most difficult period to be and remain a Buharist was in 2016, the year of economic recession. After experiencing 2 consecutive quarters of declining growth, the Federal Govt on August 31, 2016 announced formally that the nation had entered recession. But even before the announcement, we all knew we were into it. A module of garri cost N350 (now N150). A pack of 4 Eva bathing soap was sold for N750 (now N600). A tube of family size toothpaste was N350 (now N260). The effect was telling..it was biting but it was never the fault of the government of the day! Oil price had been on steady fall and even the 'rich' Saudi Arabia borrowed to partly fund her budget, the first time in decades. Venezuela, another oil-dependent economy is still wallowing in economic mess till date as her currency has become worthless. The Buhari govt inherited no infrastructures nor any savings of note. At some points, the price fell below $30/barrel yet they said we must support them in blaming the Buhari administration or we are senseless, Fulani slaves and blind political followers.
Every mono economy that's dependent on oil cried but they wanted our case to be different. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala had warned that it'd happen. Charles Soludo, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi etc gave similar warnings but it was still Buhari's fault. He's analogue. He has no economic sense. He has just 150 cows. He must be crucified but we said no.
When the noise became too loud, some who were 'Buharists' left for the other side. They said they must be on the side of the people. They said they were hungry. They got unending applauds from the 'people' and they enjoyed it but we stood behind the man who was and is still bent on giving us a better Nigeria than he met through economic diversification. The President allocated huge sums to the building of roads, railways, power and enhancing agriculture etc..unprecedented. Those who wanted immediate results abused us but we didn't shake.
That was the first most difficult period to be a Buharist and maintain it.
On January 19, 2017, President Buhari went to London on a medical vacation after transmitting a letter to the NASS informing them of his leave and invoking the section of the Constitution which empowers the Vice President to take charge as the Acting President in case of such occurrence. We watched on TV as he departed the Country. The President did not come back until March 10 in what a major national daily called Medical Sojourn. Those on the other side said he called Osinbajo a mere Coordinator. They brought in mischief to misinterpret the Constitution.
Patriots were relieved seeing the hailing President back but the relief was short-lived as on May, 7, he left again. And this time, death mongers boxed us to the corner. They told us he'd never come back alive. They said it was his corpse that was flown out! The few of them who weren't convinced that he had died chose to wait with 100% hope for it (his death). Some of them drank to what they called the death of a tyrant, a Fulani herdsman, an Islamic fundamentalist. At certain stages, some Buharists started becoming ex-Buharists. They joined the Resume or Return band wagon. They didn't want to be caught on the losing side...the side of those who stood by a man that would never return alive. Top government functionaries including selected Governors went on a visit but after their Spokesperson, Dave Umahi said they saw a fast recuperating man, detractors said the water on the table where the President hosted them carried a Nigerian label. They therefore concluded that it was a facade. One of their leaders back home boosted their dark morale when he boasted of having 11 pictures of the dying President.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, his friend visited and prayed for him and on August 17, Pastor E.A Adeboye also went on a visit to pray for him and the following day, he arrived Nigeria to the welcoming arms of those who God will always bless.
That's the second most trying time of a true Buharist.
Those who became Buharists just because they wanted Jonathan out left but I have seen a few of them coming back.
Good morning, my blood Buharists.
God bless you.
# SWA

MAGNIFICENT! MAGNIFICENT!! MAGNIFICENT!!!
there's no need for all the epistles. Buhari has failed woefully .Daily oil output per barrel was far lower than what buhari-led govt is experiencing yet obj had a higher foreign reserve with a much better managed economy than buhari. Buhari is a liar. We won't vote him again, ok?

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