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Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Perfecttouchade: 1:31pm On Sep 16
Nigerians are currently protesting in Ojuelegba part of Lagos state over anti-people policy, hike in electricity tariff and petrol price in the country.

Earlier this month, Electricity distribution companies (DisCos), across the country implemented a new electricity tariff regime.

This the protesters have kicked against saying that it is an anti-people policy.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/09/nigerians-protest-against-fuel-electricity-increment-anti-people-policy-in-lagos/

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Sollykay41(m): 1:57pm On Sep 16
Thank God this one was successful. Our leaders should please give a listening ears to all issues raised and provide a lasting solution!

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by SmartProf(m): 1:58pm On Sep 16
Bravo guys...Just look at how those policemen are angrily looking at the sensible protesters. Meanwhile the living conditions of these policemen is very pitiable, but they are the first to malhandle those who protest for the collective good of the country. For those who are suffering and keeping quiet, hunger will become a natural keto diet to give you weight loss to a nepa pole size.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Ernerstdavid55(m): 2:06pm On Sep 16
Nice

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by chinavs9ja(m): 4:27pm On Sep 16
Government has no right to stop peaceful protest but only to listen to what people are complaining about. This is in a country where the Government respect her citizens.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by GBOKASINCHA(m): 4:28pm On Sep 16
The ppl wey vote buhari na dem suffer pass even owambe don reduce... everywhere don cold

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Righteousnesss8: 4:28pm On Sep 16
Yes we must protest
No we must not
But we must
But how can he be a must
But nacking is a must
Staffing is a must
Banging is a must
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by lessonotes(f): 4:28pm On Sep 16
Interesting. There is nothing wrong in protesting, the NPF should just guide and ensure that there's no disruption to other people's businesses and life and property.

The cops too needs proper armed gadgets to face protesters, not just carry belle go. This is a major reason why things like this can easily snowball out of control.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Ogbuu101: 4:28pm On Sep 16
If the presidential election is mysteriously canceled and repeated, thiefnuubu will still gather the same number of afonjas to vote the illiterate economic terrorist by telling them a vote for buhari is a vote against Igbo dominance grin
Make everybody cool down enjoy change grin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Kundagarten: 4:28pm On Sep 16
Otoge will follow.
No wonder Tinubu wants godfatherism to continue in Edo state.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Holyterrorist: 4:28pm On Sep 16
But lagosians delivered massively for buhari's second term elections,they should enjoy their next level while it last and stop disturbing my cyberspace.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by qualitymart: 4:28pm On Sep 16
The greatest enemy of Nigerians is the present administration

Fuel hike, import duty hike, exchange rate hike (u might not understand if you are not in it), electricity tariff hike, even transport fare now ok high side, LBSL that supposed to be last hope of common man have increased their fare by over 50% yet salaries no increase



Jonathan is not a perfect man but I think he still has some human feelings to some extent

We say no to hike in cost of living

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ijewejones: 4:28pm On Sep 16
I was in Abuja last week,Abuja people were only protesting on radio..

The case is different in Lagos..i saw/met the protest today but didn't join undecided(my bad)

But what I want to know is if these policemen & women are not Nigerians or whether they don't feel the heat of all these hikes??

I stand to be corrected,we all know the price hike is affecting us all.. So security people should join the protest.( I rest my case)

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by virginboy1(m): 4:29pm On Sep 16
This Current Regime, has dealt with me to the extent that,the taste of soaked garri now taste s like fried chicken in my mouth. cry


Well, we go all survive am.

Wait ooo. Did MANNABBGRILLS just said this is not the Change we voted for? shocked grin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by MANNABBQGRILLS: 4:29pm On Sep 16
This is not the time to increase fuel price in our darling nation at all.

Not with all that is going on around the world, pandemic et al,
When people are finding it difficult to survive.

This is part of the same reason we voted out the party of thieves and criminals.

THIS IS NOT THE CHANGE WE VOTED FOR.


The same way we sane, honest and hardworking Nigerians praised this government when they reduced fuel price sometimes ago, we should make sure we put our voice together to castigate and talk against this.

That is the voice the government will listen to,
Not the voice of children of hate, frustration and perdition that have never seen any good thing in our country,
That all they do is to wail continously in life.
They even wailed when the price was reduced.
They have been wailing since PMB won the election, even before swearing in!
They are not wailing for the common man like (Omotola) and all other sane and honest people are doing, but they are wailing in pain that the corrupt money being shared to them by the losers they support is not forthcoming anymore.
They have been so used to corruption, they see it as a way of life.
That is what we stand against.

WE SAY NO TO FUEL PRICE INCREASE.
A better Nigeria for all is all we want.

allthingsgood:
They are just playing to the gallery

When u said u want deregulation what did u think will happen. Nigerians should stop being stupid. Govt didn't increase price, what u are paying is the actual price without subsidy or regulation
You may have some good and salient points here sir,
But, the timing is not just right at all
Not in this pandemic time.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by AngelicBeing: 4:29pm On Sep 16
Good cheesy

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by classicfrank4u(m): 4:29pm On Sep 16
Waste of time
Buhari way no send anybody
undecided
If u like hold protest for front of him mama house E no go answer you grin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Brandstudio01: 4:29pm On Sep 16
I can't stop laughing
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Centcanada: 4:29pm On Sep 16
Better do it fast fast because niajia Go must separate.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by AmazingELixir: 4:29pm On Sep 16
undecided


Are those protesters so dumb can't they see Buhari is deaf..
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Tonimax: 4:30pm On Sep 16
Why are these people protesting self
Our amiable President buhari is working and doing this for our gud & For our unborn children

What I know is that we sane Nigerians love him so much he can rule for as long as he likes
He can borrow as he like as long as its our unborn children that will pay lipsrsealed

God bless Bubu the great
God bless naija
God bless MANNABBQGRILLS


NTOOR TO THE WAILERS grin grin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Ken91(m): 4:30pm On Sep 16
good to go, we are organise our own here in pH

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Patrioticman007(m): 4:31pm On Sep 16
Brandstudio01:
I can't stop laughing

We dey laugh oooooo

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by computer0810: 4:31pm On Sep 16
We are in the rain here in lagos protesting, am not jobless but I had to do dis



Tomorrow nw some nonsense flat head ipig will carry their stupid phone and be beating their chest behind keypad calling us cowards and non of them have d balls to ever come out against d government but dey will insult 2baba for canceling protest yet their lord and saviour Nnamdi kanu remains d greatest coward in dis country

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by TinubuGoQuench: 4:31pm On Sep 16
Stupid and useless buhari supporters like the vulture griller are shameless!!!

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Coldie(m): 4:31pm On Sep 16
Before them increase fuel they should have at least made sure electricity is steady so that dependence on fuel would reduce.

Increase fuel then increase electricity price same time.

Nepa bill don increase but we have not had light since 5th of September.

The kind of wickedness for this country no be here

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by UDUJ(m): 4:31pm On Sep 16
I am 100% sure the shabbily dressed guy in the image below is a policeman. No professionalism. See how he is dressed shocked

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