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After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Crimecity: 9:06am On Feb 11
Barely 24 Hours after President Buhari's visit, Petrol tankers, trucks, heavy duty vehicles, return to Lagos bridge.

A Lagosian who shared the video, was really perturbed on the reappearance of the heavy duty trucks on the bridge.

Watch the video here and see reactions below

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Crimecity: 9:06am On Feb 11
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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by MANNABBQGRILLS: 9:07am On Feb 11
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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Davash222(m): 9:07am On Feb 11
Seems the trailer drivers pay tax to park there. You can’t chase them out after collecting their money. Shame on Lagos government !!!

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Racoon(m): 9:11am On Feb 11
As Jimi Agbaje and reasonable Nigerians can adduce, the APC government is full with desperately wicked people as far this trailers on Lagos roads menace is concern.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by SaiATKUOBI2019: 9:19am On Feb 11
Nigeria where a president who prides himself as a man of integrity would lift the hand of a confirmed thief in campaign rally and yet some youths who do not know their left from right would still sing his praise... not Nigeria where a group such as MURIC, under a supposed professor, would spend quality time and energy writing about why Friday should be declared a public holiday for Muslims ‘since Saturday was declared for The Seventh Day Adventists and Sunday for Catholics and other Christians’ but refuse to speak out against the untold acts of violence, persecution and killings of Christians and minorities in some place in the north...
INEC has just extended the date for the collection of PVCs till Monday 11th, elections comes up THIS WEEKEND, in the name of God, Nigerians, do the needful, vote out APC!!!!

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by baliyubla: 9:20am On Feb 11
Buhari and APC are the devils incarnate. Nigerians must vote the insensitive demons out.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by highcollide: 10:56am On Feb 11
Yesterday I was at my church at apapa oshodi expressway. I saw lots of trucks moving towards apapa in droves. I mean up to 30 trucks passed in less than 3 minutes. I. Just laughed at this useless APC government.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Emu4life(m): 11:26am On Feb 11
Multiplier effect of corruption

1. A young man works for one of the state ministries. His salary is 120K. He makes 15,000 everyday on this desk (N75k a week) engaging in corrupt practices. As a result, he spends the daily cash as he cares. Living large and far above his legitimate income.

2. He visits the local joint every evening and buys drinks for friends, and area boys. They hail him. He is married, but has two girlfriends. His "income" is enough to take care of them. The Asun seller at his favorite joint is happy, the joint owner is happy.

3. Everyone was benefiting from his "income". Friends, family, area boys, joint owner, Asun seller, girlfriends, wife and his church. Life was good.

4. Then suddenly the ministry implemented the Treasury Single Account (TSA) at the beginning of PMB administration. His extra "income" disappeared and he had to adjust to the reality of event and live within his real income. That wasn't easy.

5. Initially he reduced his daily visit to the joint to 3 days a week and stopped buying drinks for everyone. He reduced he plates of Asun. The Asun seller started to find it hard to sell a full goat each day and resorted to buy half.

6. The young man's girlfriends started to feel the heat too. No more iPhone 10. The joint owner noticed a drop in sales. The young man finally stopped visiting the joint after a month. The area boys started feeling his absence. The effect cascaded down.

7. The young man started spending more time at home with his wife and kids. The family had to readjust to the reality of the new normal. His hair stylist noticed the young man suddenly stopped tipping. He will even wait for his N200 change after haircut.

8. Things are different. Times are hard, they all cry. The young man is blaming Buhari, his wife is blaming Buhari, the area boys are blaming Buhari, the girlfriends are saying Buhari must go, the joint owner is saying Buhari killed the "economy"

9. The Asun seller is cursing Buhari, the hair stylist is insisting Buhari is too old to rule. This is the story of our nation where corruption fuels the "economy". Those who are not engaging in it are benefiting from it.

10. This tread is not about Buhari's achievement or failure, but rather about the "multiplier" effect of corruption and how we have built a system largely driven by corruption. It's about policy implication (good or bad). It's about the choices we have made.

Finally, the young man had to withdraw his kids from what he called expensive primary school his kids attend. He added:"what are they teaching them there sef " Obasanjo didn't go to a private school. I just laughed

My Take:
Most of the so called rich men and women in Nigeria before now were feeding fat on the populace, imaging a level 15 officer in a state ministry sponsoring two of his/her children's education in Europe but when TSA came to effect, free money dried up but Buhari was blamed for the inability to fund children in Europe! Awon ole jati -jati, ofan a je l'oju onile.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by BruncleZuma: 11:26am On Feb 11
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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by datola: 11:26am On Feb 11
The issue is not really about APC but lack of proper planning over decades.

These articulated vehicles are the ones driving the import/export and downstream oil sectors of the economy. Without them, most of you will be jobless.

Most of them have been on queue for weeks, waiting for pass to load at Apapa. All the gra gra and gang standing of Ambode in the past to build pack for them has not come fruition.


Major solution is rail track that will not only convey people but heavy goods across the country. And I think that is one of the major achievement of the present administration- building railways.


Forcing them out of the road is not the solution.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by micgray100(m): 11:27am On Feb 11
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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Abayhormy(m): 11:27am On Feb 11
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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by HopeAlive14(m): 11:27am On Feb 11
So APC is now ATIKU PLEASE COME grin

Saw this on facebook yesterday.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Omeokachie: 11:27am On Feb 11
APC and scam

This is why we are warning Nigerians not to reinforce failure.

A Buhari second term will be unprecedented calamity for this country. Cattle colonies will spring up at every LG down south.

You have all been warned.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by poso80: 11:27am On Feb 11
lawless country

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by arantess(m): 11:27am On Feb 11
These people are demonic, I sight the prime zombie already

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Naijawebmaster: 11:28am On Feb 11
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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by OnyeFely: 11:29am On Feb 11
They care less about us, the masses. If they could find a solution tto the mess caused by tthese trucks for two days, y wouldn't tthey find a permanent solution tto it. APC and Buhari are scams.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Originality007: 11:33am On Feb 11
Emu4life:


Multiplier effect of corruption

1. A young man works for one of the state ministries. His salary is 120K. He makes 15,000 everyday on this desk (N75k a week) engaging in corrupt practices. As a result, he spends the daily cash as he cares. Living large and far above his legitimate income.

2. He visits the local joint every evening and buys drinks for friends, and area boys. They hail him. He is married, but has two girlfriends. His "income" is enough to take care of them. The Asun seller at his favorite joint is happy, the joint owner is happy.

3. Everyone was benefiting from his "income". Friends, family, area boys, joint owner, Asun seller, girlfriends, wife and his church. Life was good.

4. Then suddenly the ministry implemented the Treasury Single Account (TSA) at the beginning of PMB administration. His extra "income" disappeared and he had to adjust to the reality of event and live within his real income. That wasn't easy.

5. Initially he reduced his daily visit to the joint to 3 days a week and stopped buying drinks for everyone. He reduced he plates of Asun. The Asun seller started to find it hard to sell a full goat each day and resorted to buy half.

6. The young man's girlfriends started to feel the heat too. No more iPhone 10. The joint owner noticed a drop in sales. The young man finally stopped visiting the joint after a month. The area boys started feeling his absence. The effect cascaded down.

7. The young man started spending more time at home with his wife and kids. The family had to readjust to the reality of the new normal. His hair stylist noticed the young man suddenly stopped tipping. He will even wait for his N200 change after haircut.

8. Things are different. Times are hard, they all cry. The young man is blaming Buhari, his wife is blaming Buhari, the area boys are blaming Buhari, the girlfriends are saying Buhari must go, the joint owner is saying Buhari killed the "economy"

9. The Asun seller is cursing Buhari, the hair stylist is insisting Buhari is too old to rule. This is the story of our nation where corruption fuels the "economy". Those who are not engaging in it are benefiting from it.

10. This tread is not about Buhari's achievement or failure, but rather about the "multiplier" effect of corruption and how we have built a system largely driven by corruption. It's about policy implication (good or bad). It's about the choices we have made.

Finally, the young man had to withdraw his kids from what he called expensive primary school his kids attend. He added:"what are they teaching them there sef " Obasanjo didn't go to a private school. I just laughed

My Take:
Most of the so called rich men and women in Nigeria before now were feeding fat on the populace, imaging a level 15 officer in a state ministry sponsoring two of his/her children's education in Europe but when TSA came to effect, free money dried up but Buhari was blamed for the inability to fund children in Europe! Awon ole jati -jati, ofan a je l'oju onile
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trash

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by chukwugoziegi: 11:34am On Feb 11
Welcome to Liegeria.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by UceeGod(m): 11:34am On Feb 11
Nigerians really deserve what they're getting from their leaders. if apc and pdp could be getting the kind of massive support from Nigerians despite what these politicians do, then it means Nigeria is heading towards doom.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by 1zynnvn(m): 11:34am On Feb 11
Emu4life:


Multiplier effect of corruption

1. A young man works for one of the state ministries. His salary is 120K. He makes 15,000 everyday on this desk (N75k a week) engaging in corrupt practices. As a result, he spends the daily cash as he cares. Living large and far above his legitimate income.

2. He visits the local joint every evening and buys drinks for friends, and area boys. They hail him. He is married, but has two girlfriends. His "income" is enough to take care of them. The Asun seller at his favorite joint is happy, the joint owner is happy.

3. Everyone was benefiting from his "income". Friends, family, area boys, joint owner, Asun seller, girlfriends, wife and his church. Life was good.

4. Then suddenly the ministry implemented the Treasury Single Account (TSA) at the beginning of PMB administration. His extra "income" disappeared and he had to adjust to the reality of event and live within his real income. That wasn't easy.

5. Initially he reduced his daily visit to the joint to 3 days a week and stopped buying drinks for everyone. He reduced he plates of Asun. The Asun seller started to find it hard to sell a full goat each day and resorted to buy half.

6. The young man's girlfriends started to feel the heat too. No more iPhone 10. The joint owner noticed a drop in sales. The young man finally stopped visiting the joint after a month. The area boys started feeling his absence. The effect cascaded down.

7. The young man started spending more time at home with his wife and kids. The family had to readjust to the reality of the new normal. His hair stylist noticed the young man suddenly stopped tipping. He will even wait for his N200 change after haircut.

8. Things are different. Times are hard, they all cry. The young man is blaming Buhari, his wife is blaming Buhari, the area boys are blaming Buhari, the girlfriends are saying Buhari must go, the joint owner is saying Buhari killed the "economy"

9. The Asun seller is cursing Buhari, the hair stylist is insisting Buhari is too old to rule. This is the story of our nation where corruption fuels the "economy". Those who are not engaging in it are benefiting from it.

10. This tread is not about Buhari's achievement or failure, but rather about the "multiplier" effect of corruption and how we have built a system largely driven by corruption. It's about policy implication (good or bad). It's about the choices we have made.

Finally, the young man had to withdraw his kids from what he called expensive primary school his kids attend. He added:"what are they teaching them there sef " Obasanjo didn't go to a private school. I just laughed

My Take:
Most of the so called rich men and women in Nigeria before now were feeding fat on the populace, imaging a level 15 officer in a state ministry sponsoring two of his/her children's education in Europe but when TSA came to effect, free money dried up but Buhari was blamed for the inability to fund children in Europe! Awon ole jati -jati, ofan a je l'oju onile.


you didnt explain the part were all of buharis cousins are living in mansions all of a sudden, and anyone who joins apc becomes a saint authomatically. is allah not so gracious

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by StaffofOrayan(m): 11:34am On Feb 11
Is Abacha corrupt??


Emu4life:


Multiplier effect of corruption

1. A young man works for one of the state ministries. His salary is 120K. He makes 15,000 everyday on this desk (N75k a week) engaging in corrupt practices. As a result, he spends the daily cash as he cares. Living large and far above his legitimate income.

2. He visits the local joint every evening and buys drinks for friends, and area boys. They hail him. He is married, but has two girlfriends. His "income" is enough to take care of them. The Asun seller at his favorite joint is happy, the joint owner is happy.

3. Everyone was benefiting from his "income". Friends, family, area boys, joint owner, Asun seller, girlfriends, wife and his church. Life was good.

4. Then suddenly the ministry implemented the Treasury Single Account (TSA) at the beginning of PMB administration. His extra "income" disappeared and he had to adjust to the reality of event and live within his real income. That wasn't easy.

5. Initially he reduced his daily visit to the joint to 3 days a week and stopped buying drinks for everyone. He reduced he plates of Asun. The Asun seller started to find it hard to sell a full goat each day and resorted to buy half.

6. The young man's girlfriends started to feel the heat too. No more iPhone 10. The joint owner noticed a drop in sales. The young man finally stopped visiting the joint after a month. The area boys started feeling his absence. The effect cascaded down.

7. The young man started spending more time at home with his wife and kids. The family had to readjust to the reality of the new normal. His hair stylist noticed the young man suddenly stopped tipping. He will even wait for his N200 change after haircut.

8. Things are different. Times are hard, they all cry. The young man is blaming Buhari, his wife is blaming Buhari, the area boys are blaming Buhari, the girlfriends are saying Buhari must go, the joint owner is saying Buhari killed the "economy"

9. The Asun seller is cursing Buhari, the hair stylist is insisting Buhari is too old to rule. This is the story of our nation where corruption fuels the "economy". Those who are not engaging in it are benefiting from it.

10. This tread is not about Buhari's achievement or failure, but rather about the "multiplier" effect of corruption and how we have built a system largely driven by corruption. It's about policy implication (good or bad). It's about the choices we have made.

Finally, the young man had to withdraw his kids from what he called expensive primary school his kids attend. He added:"what are they teaching them there sef " Obasanjo didn't go to a private school. I just laughed

My Take:
Most of the so called rich men and women in Nigeria before now were feeding fat on the populace, imaging a level 15 officer in a state ministry sponsoring two of his/her children's education in Europe but when TSA came to effect, free money dried up but Buhari was blamed for the inability to fund children in Europe! Awon ole jati -jati, ofan a je l'oju onile.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by martowskin1(m): 11:34am On Feb 11
When amechi called it glorified village, u were all laughing... This is exactly what he meant

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by Asshurbanipali: 11:34am On Feb 11
Buhari is a disaster

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by rahazaqa(m): 11:34am On Feb 11
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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by babzlim(m): 11:34am On Feb 11
That's what BABA FELA calls Gov Magic.

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Re: After Buhari's Visit, Petrol Tankers, Trucks Return On Lagos Bridge(Pix) by tollyboy5(m): 11:35am On Feb 11
Emu4life:


Multiplier effect of corruption

1. A young man works for one of the state ministries. His salary is 120K. He makes 15,000 everyday on this desk (N75k a week) engaging in corrupt practices. As a result, he spends the daily cash as he cares. Living large and far above his legitimate income.

2. He visits the local joint every evening and buys drinks for friends, and area boys. They hail him. He is married, but has two girlfriends. His "income" is enough to take care of them. The Asun seller at his favorite joint is happy, the joint owner is happy.

3. Buhari was blamed for the inability to fund children in Europe! Awon ole jati -jati, ofan a je l'oju onile.
What does your epistle has to do with the topic ? undecided

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