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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by AbigailONebechi: 8:35pm On Mar 26
Salvador1:
Stay at home for your safety for goodness sake

Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by obicoolnino: 8:37pm On Mar 26
Mizwisdom:


U do Av a point


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?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Derrinclay: 8:40pm On Mar 26
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by jubrilELsudan: 8:41pm On Mar 26
THEY ARE VERY STUPID BLOODY FOOLS.

Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Ghostmode2two(m): 8:44pm 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

Instead they will be calling Nigerians beggars that we beg too much. we have a very bad system. No palliatives put in place
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by jaxxy(m): 8:55pm On Mar 26
That's how archaic or draconian our leaders are, u shut down markets bt don't think or rather care about the effect it can cause and how to setup relief measures.

They will only do such If other saner climes take the lead and even that is still under probability and much doubt.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Vulcan24(m): 8:56pm On Mar 26
I was out all day..... this country has no future for anything.

what's d diff btw d govt lockdown and forced incarceration

do these govt just think western countries just do things cos they feel like or dream it?

after all their kin & Klan are d ones importing this virus
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by hisexcellency34: 8:58pm On Mar 26
These leaders watch news and travel abroad. Can't they see how things are done over there and replicate same here?

jaxxy:
That's how archaic or draconian our leaders are, u shut down markets bt don't think or rather care about the effect it can cause and how to setup relief measures.

They will only do such If other saner climes take the lead and even that is still under probability and much doubt.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by bionixs: 9:00pm 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
tell us the one government provided. When it comes to things like this, it becomes collective effort. When it come to embezzlement and making laws, people’s opinions wouldn’t matter
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by jaxxy(m): 9:06pm On Mar 26
hisexcellency34:
These leaders watch news and travel abroad. Can't they see how things are done over there and replicate same here?


There's are difference btwn copying or acting good leadership and actually having such nature or principles.

Our leaders only copy when they see other sane leaders doing good, it's not and maybe never in their nature and principle. Didn't many of them Skol and live there? They come back and act ridiculous, archaic and desperate.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by back2sender: 9:10pm On Mar 26
alizma:
They should better not come out else, we will apply cane approach
I agree with you especially the pigs from the yeast.
Let them go and develop thier areas in this period.
When you see them boast online you will think they are of substance, paper weight them.
Just day 1 and already pigs are crying that they depend on patronage from Yoruba people. No Yoruba, naa hunger be Dat for pigs
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Fawazzz: 9:20pm On Mar 26
jaxxy:


There's are difference btwn copying or acting good leadership and actually having such nature or principles.

Our leaders only copy when they see other sane leaders doing good, it's not and maybe never in their nature and principle. Didn't many of them Skol and live there? They come back and act ridiculous, archaic and desperate.


Seems you dont understand what's happening. In the next 2-4 weeks, the true picture would be out.

I know its costing us a lot ,but we have to be selfless in this trying times
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Ogaonos(m): 9:25pm On Mar 26
hisexcellency34:
So they should sit home and die of hunger. What palliatives are you providing?

DT d issue Europe Nd USA are providing money of 1k to their citizen.but come o can't FG mint money to provide welfare package for Nigerians Nd inject to d economy to reduce inflation DT most economist always confuse us with
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Obatolysis: 9:32pm On Mar 26
Fawazzz:



Seems you dont understand what's happening. In the next 2-4 weeks, the true picture would be out.

I know its costing us a lot ,but we have to be selfless in this trying times


You are the one not understanding. Before one takes an action he should consider the benefits and the risk. If the risk outweighs the benefits, then the action should be suspended until there is a factor added that will decrease the risk. You may be comfortable but there is sth you need to understand and that is this : The majority of Nigerians are living on daily income . The government should provide relief in such moment else the Hunger virus will wreck more havoc than corona virus
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by stevmatt15(m): 9:34pm On Mar 26
Let the virus come and kill anyone he wants to kill rather than starving our kids to death.



Human are bound to die, if God says man shall die, then who are we, or do you think we still have HEZEKIAH in this shit world.



Hunger, death by Hunger is worst than COVID 19, if you don't know

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by mechanics(m): 9:36pm On Mar 26
Closing markets is not a good option at all, instead he should provide relief materials first before closing the markets.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by ebukabanky(m): 9:43pm On Mar 26
They no born any of them well to open....and see as taskforce go use Dem shine......this virus does not spread people spread the virus.....stay home

Goodgod213:
What of the kekenapep, The small shop provision owners etc. many people survive on daily gains in Lagos. Latest by Monday everyone has resumed wether sanwo olu agrees or not
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Fawazzz: 9:45pm On Mar 26
Obatolysis:



You are the one not understanding. Before one takes an action he should consider the benefits and the risk. If the risk outweighs the benefits, then the action should be suspended until there is a factor added that will decrease the risk. You may be comfortable but there is sth you need to understand and that is this : The majority of Nigerians are living on daily income . The government should provide relief in such moment else the Hunger virus will wreck more havoc than corona virus

I agree with you that majority of Nigerians rely on daily income and government should do more to support the citizens.

Our population and poor health system puts us at a big risk.

This virus has killed over1000 people in The USA, which has arguably one of the best healthcare systems, so we need to take drastic measures to support the economy and avert a catastrophe
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Harunabisanti: 9:47pm On Mar 26
Hunger no get friend ooo
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by suremanpatriot: 10:28pm On Mar 26
SANWO OLU YOU ARE PANICHY because U ARE NOT A MED DOCTOR. ABEG GIV THIS SHOP ONWNERS MONEY TO STOCKPILE 14DAYS FOODSTUFF FOR THEIR DEAR FAMILY,YOU ,YOU DON STOC FOOD FOR ONE YEAR FOR YA FAMILY.
OR YOU WANT MANY LAGOSIAN FAMILIES TO DIE OF HUNGER B4 CORO EVEN DO ANYTHING.?
THIS IS SERIOUS O,SANWO RELEASE PALLIATIVE CASH TO SAVE SOULS OOOO!
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by jaxxy(m): 10:29pm On Mar 26
Fawazzz:



Seems you dont understand what's happening. In the next 2-4 weeks, the true picture would be out.

I know its costing us a lot ,but we have to be selfless in this trying times

I understand clearly bt is it too hard for the government to think of those who will be starving for he next 2weeks and help them out smhow? I didn’t say people shud go back to work, I said help cushion the negative effects.

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Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by suremanpatriot: 10:32pm On Mar 26
jaxxy:


I understand clearly bt is it too hard for the government to think of those who will be starving for he next 2weeks and help them out smhow? I didn’t say people shud go back to work, I said help cushion the negative effects.
You hav stock piled food to talk selfishly this way.YOU ARE TALKIN BULLSHIT!
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by suremanpatriot: 10:32pm On Mar 26
jaxxy:

I understand clearly bt is it too hard for the government to think of those who will be starving for he next 2weeks and help them out smhow? I didn’t say people shud go back to work, I said help cushion the negative effects.
You hav stock piled food to talk selfishly this way.YOU ARE TALKIN BULLSHIT!
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by jaxxy(m): 10:56pm On Mar 26
suremanpatriot:

You hav stock piled food to talk selfishly this way.YOU ARE TALKIN BULLSHIT!

I’m sure U read to react and not to understand. I said government shud be sensitive and not think or assume everybody is ok or prepared for this lock down like them. Hence make available sustaining measures the unprepared especially the masses.

Where the selfishness in my comment?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by luluman: 11:19pm On Mar 26
edoairways:

Cane approach without palliatives support? You think Nigeria is Europe
If Nigeria is not Europe should we endanger everybody's life because a few are hungry?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by lighternote: 12:25am On Mar 27
RapistOnBail:
lipsrsealed

Allow them to operate and then kill them all.

I hate the poor, because they hate me too.


A psychopath on loose. Mods do the needful, even the moniker is an assault on the conscience of humanity and womahoood.

What disturbed minds do for attention cry
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by edoairways: 12:42am On Mar 27
luluman:
If Nigeria is not Europe should we endanger everybody's life because a few are hungry?
So you expect people to isolated in one area for days and then die of hunger?
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by ninodaniel(m): 1:54am On Mar 27
RapistOnBail:
lipsrsealed

Allow them to operate and then kill them all.

I hate the poor, because they hate me too.

Bro xup
Long time
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by sulaak(m): 2:46am On Mar 27
RX480:
Sad stuff seriously, we're Africa's largest economy and all we have to show for it is fat politicians

Hospitals - Rubbish
Roads - Rubbish
Corruption - #1 in the world. Best at being the worst
Water Supply -
Power Supply - Rubbish

Nigeria can't even support Her own citizens

Lamenting on the web is not a strategy.

Where were Nigerians when Sowere was organising the #RevolutionNow protest. Abeg make dem suffer they have earned it.
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by Area4Area: 5:39am On Mar 27
Ogaonos:
DT d issue Europe Nd USA are providing money of 1k to their citizen.but come o can't FG mint money to provide welfare package for Nigerians Nd inject to d economy to reduce inflation DT most economist always confuse us with
You don't even understand what you're writing, did you just say the FG should print money to reduce inflation, so you don't know that printing excess money and pumping it into the economy would lead to higher inflation?
Read up why it happens that way
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by eltata(m): 6:20am On Mar 27
hisexcellency34:
So they should sit home and die of hunger. What palliatives are you providing?

You think it's only in Nigeria we have people that feed on daily income, you people are never serious. The dead don't EAT
Re: Lagos Traders Lament Market Closure, Appeal To Sanwo-Olu For Palliatives by hisexcellency34: 6:39am On Mar 27
You still dont make any sense here

eltata:

You think it's only in Nigeria we have people that feed on daily income, you people are never serious. The dead don't EAT

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