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Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Medtelly: 7:40am On May 20

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Fabulouzjoseph: 7:42am On May 20
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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by edoairways: 7:49am On May 20
Stubborn people

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Millenniumlady(f): 7:49am On May 20
They belong to the streets

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by rawtouch: 8:00am On May 20
grin

if a thief marries a witch and they give birth to a prostitute, who will sleep in the house at night

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by DenreleDave(f): 8:00am On May 20
Which curfew sef?

Curfew are for low budget geng wey dey wear fake rolex


But high end geng like us, no curfew can hold us down..... We rather hit soldier and police comot for road than be held down for violating curfew for some dancing Corona patient in music isolation..


Geng Geng Geng

Here in anambra, the road is free like way to hell....

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Zico5(m): 8:00am On May 20
The earlier the better these people allow everyone to go back to their normal business. Whether we like it or not covid-19 is already in our midst and the only way out is for everyone to take to all the preventive measures stated by NCDC. We can't shut Nigerians out. They must hustle for their daily survival.

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Kekereekun123: 8:00am On May 20
The traffic yesterday was mad

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by manforgu: 8:00am On May 20
Good

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by RapistOnBail: 8:00am On May 20
grin

Locking down Nigerians for fear of an invisible Enemy.

Well, religion does same, why won't scammy health related issues be taken more seriously lol

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by sseunth(m): 8:01am On May 20
Some People will still blame FG for this.

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by 12345baba(m): 8:01am On May 20
Lagos and coro wahala
Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Naijaarchive(m): 8:01am On May 20
grin
Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Babatunde40(m): 8:01am On May 20
Most lagosians are naturally disobedient. They will know curfew starts by 8 but will still be wherever they are by 7.45. They will say nothing dey happen. If police stops them, you will hear "do you know who I am?"

They are lucky it is not PH. All of them for hear am

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by crown08(m): 8:01am On May 20
shocked

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Jamesbiodun(m): 8:01am On May 20
what is the usefulness of the curfew? the government just give order with no meaning

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Ruggedniggaone: 8:02am On May 20
stubborn people, staying at home dem no go hear there should be heavy fine for the law breakers probably impounding their vehicles or paying outrageous amount as fine to secure the release of their vehicles some mad people can't come and put all of us in danger

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by e316(m): 8:02am On May 20
Lol
Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Ipromote: 8:02am On May 20
Na was grin


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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by inosend: 8:03am On May 20
I'd say it served them right.
Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Viciheaka(m): 8:04am On May 20
Interesting well I don't know who to blame
*the government for not providing adequate traffic regulations and policies to avoid the well known Lagos traffic jam abi na hold up
*citizens for not organizing themselves to come out early and finish up what they have to do on time and return to their homes
*Road for being I don't know what to say about this one may be too small ...I tire

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Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by Eulalia(f): 8:04am On May 20
Ah.. Ikoyi is cool night till dawn its always lively. So no dull moments. grin
Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by MCIU1: 8:06am On May 20
DenreleDave:
Which curfew sef?

Curfew are for low budget geng wey dey wear fake rolex


But high end geng like us, no curfew can hold us down..... Top Facts We rather hit soldier and police comot for road than be held down for violating curfew for some dancing Corona patient in music isolation..


Geng Geng Geng

Here in anambra, the road is free like way to hell....

And willie is working
Re: Motorists Spend Their Night On Ikoyi Road In Lagos For Violating Curfew by johncrested: 8:06am On May 20
That serve them right

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