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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by miniziter(m): 8:01pm On Mar 26
Govr baby face
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by haleymoon: 8:01pm On Mar 26
This is serious, more things shall still arise in the midst of the convoluted virus we have in our hands already.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Hypocrit: 8:01pm On Mar 26
They have every reason to complain. You can't just close market (people means of survival) without any grant to lesson their burden. You can't be treating people of poison, while another poison lies right in the first aid you are using on them. Corona kills, so also hunger (which kills even more). The government should choose the type of death he wants for his people, or better still look for ways to give them life.

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by southniyikaye(m): 8:01pm On Mar 26
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Isoduwa(m): 8:02pm On Mar 26
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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Lordbukas: 8:03pm On Mar 26
All these unwholesome measures and busy body govt. So those people selling g foodstuff can't contract the virus abi the people staying at home don't have neighbors going out to sell in the markets that are open? Won't they return home to infect those at home? When are we going to learn absolute measures in problem solving?

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by StreetFight: 8:03pm On Mar 26
They are mad. They increased the price of their goods by over 100%, they should go on spending the abnormal and blood profit they made. Heartless nincompoops.

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by kingsman66(m): 8:03pm On Mar 26
Lagos state government we appreciate all they protective measures but closing down peoples daily earning is an abuse of power...
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by NotComplaining: 8:04pm On Mar 26
Nigeria is not Europe.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by AfroKnight: 8:06pm On Mar 26
Loans should be made available. But the ONLY way to stop the spread is for every infected person in to be isolated. This partial closure is not effective but is a good approach. It takes just one person roaming about to infect everybody in Lagos. This shît is a deadly virus.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Bigleaf1006: 8:06pm On Mar 26
Mintyguy:
We are experts at criticizing government in this part of the world. Where are the NGOs, philanthropist and religious organizations when u need them.The role of nation building cannot be left in the hands of government alone

I remember seeing somewhere folorunsho alakija the richest woman in Africa offering prophetic prayers. I couldn't stop laughing!!

Wey all the billions and philanthropy they all claim?

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by EmmanuelBanks: 8:06pm On Mar 26
in other news....

Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by OmoDavido(m): 8:07pm On Mar 26
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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by fatymore(f): 8:07pm On Mar 26
Mumcy is lamenting already
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by timbs001(m): 8:08pm On Mar 26
visijo:
For those weddings cancelled because of this coronavirus. God is giving you a second chance to think about it..!�

Funny but true. Some weddings planned to hold before the lockdown may never hold again. Some will think more clearly and realize they were about making a mistake and now given a second chance.

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Grace001: 8:08pm On Mar 26
Useless government... What has government sacrifice to assist the masses during this sit at home time.

Government workers who sit at home get their full salary, who pay the trader, bus driver self employed etc.

They should prepare to start putting people in cell.

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by ud4u: 8:08pm On Mar 26
Mintyguy:
We are experts at criticizing government in this part of the world. Where are the NGOs, philanthropist and religious organizations when u need them.The role of nation building cannot be left in the hands of government alone

Make una wait for these groups well well, when government has not done anything.

So to announce closure is now an achievement, nothing we no go see for APC government.

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by seangy4konji: 8:10pm On Mar 26
All the money they have been donating to mountain of fire,Canaan land and redeem camp since time now...

Can they not go there to collect stipends?

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by supereagle(m): 8:10pm On Mar 26
This is the problem we have in Nigeria.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by visijo(m): 8:12pm On Mar 26
timbs001:


Funny but true. Some weddings planned to hold before the lockdown may never hold again. Some will think more clearly and realize they were about making a mistake and now given a second chance.
chai devil at work grin
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Joefat: 8:12pm On Mar 26
Mintyguy:
We are experts at criticizing government in this part of the world. Where are the NGOs, philanthropist and religious organizations when u need them.The role of nation building cannot be left in the hands of government alone
I support u bro... U are making sense
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by fatymore(f): 8:12pm On Mar 26
RapistOnBail:
lipsrsealed

Allow them to operate and then kill them all.

I hate the poor, because they hate me too.

Wretched Man like you
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Olosu0353(f): 8:14pm On Mar 26
Banks and other organizations should fund their customers in this situation.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Golden057(m): 8:15pm On Mar 26
[quote author=Mintyguy post=87794053]We are experts at criticizing government in this part of the world. Where are the NGOs, philanthropist and religious organizations when u need them.The role of nation building cannot be left in the hands of government alone[/quote





Which philanthropist, the one Atiku and Dangote release where is it?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by RapistOnBail: 8:16pm On Mar 26
fatymore:
Wretched Man like you
Do you have an Eskimo duvet?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by fatymore(f): 8:17pm On Mar 26
RapistOnBail:
Do you have an Eskimo duvet?


Yes...
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by RapistOnBail: 8:19pm On Mar 26
fatymore:



Yes...
I need a white one. What's the price?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by fatymore(f): 8:20pm On Mar 26
RapistOnBail:
I need a white one. What's the price?
30k
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by OG1BABY(f): 8:21pm On Mar 26
Mintyguy:
We are experts at criticizing government in this part of the world. Where are the NGOs, philanthropist and religious organizations when u need them.The role of nation building cannot be left in the hands of government alone

What has the government done or what effort have they shown to bring the support of this people you just called?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Xisnin(m): 8:23pm On Mar 26
africanpride1:
Chinese authorities have been sued for $20 trillion over the spread of coronavirus which has caused the death of many and also halted activities in different countries around the world.
The Chinese government, Chinese army, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Director of Wuhan Institute of Virology Shi Zhengli and Chinese army’s Major General Chen Wei, were joined as defendants in the lawsuit filed by Freedom Watch, an advocacy group with members in all major Countries of the World, led by American lawyer Larry Klayman.
https://www.nairaland.com/5756965/chinese-govt-sued-20-trillion
Fake news.
A charge and bail lawyer instituted a suit on behalf of himself.
Don't trust everything you read on the internet.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Mizwisdom(f): 8:32pm On Mar 26
Mintyguy:
We are experts at criticizing government in this part of the world. Where are the NGOs, philanthropist and religious organizations when u need them.The role of nation building cannot be left in the hands of government alone


You were the people supporting closure of churches. Church of assumption usually give food to poor ones evey single day but since they are closed where will they get the money to feed them?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Mizwisdom(f): 8:35pm On Mar 26
obicoolnino:
I know we're in tough times but it's better d markets get closed as safety precautions to the health of lagosians... Anyways pple will still find a means to survive.


Seems you don't know how poor some people are. There are men and women whose jobs is to carry load in markets. That's how they eat, now that those markets are closed how do you think such a person will see food to eat and feed his/her family?

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