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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by JaffyJoe(m): 2:05pm On Jul 30
backnbeta:
I've never used their WAW detergent, but people who do should please boycott their products! A country where nearly all her workforce is casualized without insurance and benefits is an evil one! This is so painful, so so painful!

Noted henceforth.

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Humanoid01(m): 2:05pm On Jul 30
King44:
There are some kind of death that could have been avoided, if the right thing was done.

I have been through such situation, I know what I am saying....
I understand you, but I believe those kinds of death are based on personal decisions.

Just as you want schools to resume, there are people who think and desire otherwise. If they opened schools, people would still die, by road accidents or other means. Now would you say the reason they died was because the schools resumed?

We just can't understand death, no matter how much we try to rationalize it. No matter how faithless a man is, he still lives life by faith 'cause he doesn't know what's next.

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by einsteine(m): 2:06pm On Jul 30
The problem with night shift. Many workers on night shift do not rest fully.

RIP to the young man. To be in Ibadan and decide to do a holiday work at a factory is commendable. An average person would have been busy with a laptop looking for scam victims.

I hope his family have the fortitude to bear the loss. It's just sad that there might not have been a workman compensation insurance for the boy as he was a "casual" worker

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by cocolacec(m): 2:08pm On Jul 30
sammieking2017:
Branch manager of the so called company are earning more than 3.5M in a month. I couldn't believe it that the manager still have the audacity to slash out of the casual workers daily allowances, From 5K to 1.5k.
God who cursed this country. Heal our land.

The country is not cursed,the people are Narcissists and wicked.

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Tobidarker02: 2:10pm On Jul 30
Brandonx:
Just trying to picture what the lad went through.
R.I.P lad Nigeria failed him. If it was a sane country that young boy should be at home taking online courses not working with heavy duty machine he has little or no knowledge about.
You mean for sane country, student don't do factory work or they don't work at all.
You don't have to discredit your country all the time to make a point
May his soul rest in perfect peace

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by OneMillionBoys(m): 2:12pm On Jul 30
heendrix:
Third UIte to die this pandemic period so sad embarassed
UNIBEN own don reach like 20 including lecturers
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by frog12: 2:13pm On Jul 30
how did he fall in?
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Brandonx(m): 2:14pm On Jul 30
Tobidarker02:

You mean for sane country, student don't do factory work or they don't work at all.
You don't have to discredit your country all the time to make a point
May his soul rest in perfect peace
This woman is it that you cannot read or something
Did you not see the part I said he has little knowledge about the machine ?

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by OneMillionBoys(m): 2:16pm On Jul 30
Jerusalem1:
I follow many schools page on my Facebook everyday is Rip for student over 2000+ have died due to staying at home accident. Not even the COVID-19 killing them


Since the government refused to open school God almighty in heaven will make open the scam and looting going on right now because of COVID-19
which school cos UNIBEN own don reach like 20 students
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Resurgent2016: 2:19pm On Jul 30
ishowdotgmail:


This company as I learnt, was owned by the wife of Late Former Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi (Florence)

So sad, a young guy trying to hustle in this pandemic period to earn a living cry

Bolded is not true, Henkel is a multinational company , they acquired the factory from its former Indian owners a few years back
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Basher8583: 2:21pm On Jul 30
ishowdotgmail:


This company as I learnt, was owned by the wife of Late Former Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi (Florence)

So sad, a young guy trying to hustle in this pandemic period to earn a living cry

How is this information related to the incident

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by bennexboy(m): 2:22pm On Jul 30
NewDelhi:

5k per shift was too much if you ask me . Go to some of these Chinese and Lebanese companies, they pay workers 500-1k and they go home happy.

This is a really slavish statement to make my friend. 5000naira is the equivalent of about 10pounds right now. That's what people make per hour doing similar jobs in the UK and you say it's too much to pay the same amount to someone for a whole day's work? Aren't you just wicked?

Nigerians should wake up and begin to demand for better remuneration for work done. And not continue to have the sort of slavish mentality that's been exhibited by this your comment.

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by cococandy(f): 2:31pm On Jul 30
Scary lord. Very scary

Poor boy and his family. Very truly heartbreaking
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by faoogoke(m): 2:34pm On Jul 30
What a loss to the society and especially his family.

While youths of his age are at home wasting and whiling away time he chose to work as a factory worker.

While many youths of his age, graduate and undergraduate would shun such menial job, he took it and diligently too.


I am sure the salary would be miserable too but he took it anyway. Such a wonderful boy!

So sad. RIP.
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by abescom: 2:35pm On Jul 30
ishowdotgmail:


Source: http://saharareporters.com/2020/07/29/how-nigerian-university-student-gbadebo-richard-died-inside-machine-soap-making-factory
This is not true. Sahara reporters are as usual lying. The boy and his mother were doing the casual job. I know because I know. Won't be revealing more than that but this reportage is half true.

And no one was allowed in because who will trust the area boys that were mobilized. They blocked Oluyole on that particular day... Won't say more.

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by abescom: 2:36pm On Jul 30
Resurgent2016:


Bolded is not true, Henkel is a multinational company , they acquired the factory from its former Indian owners a few years back
It is 100% true. She sold the company not long ago.

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by ibkonekt(m): 2:37pm On Jul 30
Rip...may God comfort his family..may his soul be at peace
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by chatinent(m): 2:42pm On Jul 30
Bigtotoboi:


I've had my own share of the terrifying experiences too, they were very gory I tell you. Right in front of my eyes while working for a Pharmaceutical company, a colleague lost three of his fingers. He was blamed for 'negligence' and was sacked because he wasn't capable of working anymore.
Yes, they search for faults and blame it on negligence.
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Campd: 2:43pm On Jul 30
RIP to the young lad.. Any person that thinks students are just sitting at home waiting for FG is totally wrong.. Most of this children are already exposed to the dangers out there where Covid19 is not even in there list of danger anymore..
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Psoul(m): 2:49pm On Jul 30
One of the effects of the Corona Virus and the subsequent lockdown.
If school was on session, he would have bn in the class studying.
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Yankee101: 2:52pm On Jul 30
Always shut down moving machinery before doing any repairs
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by WelcomeToBiafra: 2:55pm On Jul 30
chatinent:
So touching. I have experienced where one machine in such industry rubbished a worker's hand. I vomitted for a whole day, Crazily enough, the industry calls it negligence and nothing can you do about it.

Nigeria was not created for the benefits of human. Everything in Nigeria even p
Government are killers.



Nigeria government killed citizens.


This will just trend for a week or one month latest, another distraction will be activated so called Nigerians and students in that school/faculty will move on as giant of zombies.
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by EdiskyHarry: 2:56pm On Jul 30
OneMillionBoys:
the director of that place don use am for their yearly ritual sacrifice to boost his business.
Just watch as how that place will start booming soon
Oh, African mentality.

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by otokx(m): 3:05pm On Jul 30
abescom:
This is not true. Sahara reporters are as usual lying. The boy and his mother were doing the casual job. I know because I know. Won't be revealing more than that but this reportage is half true.

And no one was allowed in because who will trust the area boys that were mobilized. They blocked Oluyole on that particular day... Won't say more.

There are many sides of a story, thanks for throwing some insight, accept our condolence.
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Mires: 3:07pm On Jul 30
sammieking2017:
If you are in IBADAN you can switch your radio to Splash fm. Kai!! i couldn't hold my emotion as i was crying when his elder sister was crying and talking that her mother in the hospital should not die ooo.
Please remember to pray for the family in your area. It was very tragedic as they were just only two in the hand of their parent
Please inform Splash FM to go digital like Wazobia 94.1 FM Port Harcourt. With www.wazobiafm.com or its app, one can tune and listened to any of its station anywhere in the world. I like listening to Obilo
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Dearlord(m): 3:07pm On Jul 30
My question remains, how was he alone operating a heavy duty unsuppervised ?
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by ozo13(m): 3:07pm On Jul 30
sammieking2017:
If you are in IBADAN you can switch your radio to Splash fm. Kai!! i couldn't hold my emotion as i was crying when his elder sister was crying and talking that her mother in the hospital should not die ooo.
Please remember to pray for the family in your area. It was very tragedic as they were just only two in the hand of their parent
this life ehn. May God comfort the family and heal the mother.Amin
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by sammieking2017(m): 3:24pm On Jul 30
[quote author=NewDelhi post=92267386]
5k per shift was too much if you ask me . Go to some of these Chinese and Lebanese companies, they pay workers 500-1k and they go home happy. [/qoute]
Sincerly NIGERIA can't move forward with this mentality of yours. You are saying that 150k is too much for a person working vigorously for the whole month, and the best the manager can do is to slash the amount to 45k after collecting more than 3.5M as his own salary.
Be informed that the CEO of the organization know nothing about the slavish behaviour, the manager is just using the priviedge for his selfish interest and pocket 70% of their salary . And if those workers decided to protest,they will threaten to sack them.
This is termed selfishness, the organization had disbursed the amount for her casual workers yet another human is pocketing 70% out of it.
Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by Kweensavvy(f): 3:25pm On Jul 30
Na wa o...just like a horror movie...maybe his shirt got caught and in a second he was in the machine. He probably shouted but the heavy noise from the engines drowned his screams...very painful..

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by 9gerian: 3:26pm On Jul 30
How was this even possible? What is the company policy on health, safety and environment?

Where are Nigerian lawyers, SAN and lots when they are most needed. This here is good case for a lawsuit to get justice for Gbadebo and his family, and benefits as their counsel.

Wish I was a lawyer, this would be my focus for making it big; helping hapless people and progressing as a legal entity as well. Win-win.



ishowdotgmail:


Source: http://saharareporters.com/2020/07/29/how-nigerian-university-student-gbadebo-richard-died-inside-machine-soap-making-factory

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Re: Gbadebo Richard: UNIBADAN Student Dies In A Soap-Making Machine In Ibadan by UTEWUOJO: 3:26pm On Jul 30
Open this damm school lets finish up our studies, students are losing their lives in this rubbish lockdown.

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