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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by DennisEche(m): 4:31pm On Sep 16
shoot at sight, miscrants disturbing the good policy of PMB.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Razy75g: 4:31pm On Sep 16
Manna BBQ. hope you didn't hit your head hard

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by CodeTemplar: 4:31pm On Sep 16
Anti-people indeed.
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by originalprof: 4:31pm On Sep 16
Perfecttouchade:
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/
Again, Who In Narialand Voted Buhari into power See yourselves and The Problem You Voted
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by 2020Experience(m): 4:32pm On Sep 16
What happened to this country...? It’s supposed to be a great nation. cry
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Iwanttoto: 4:32pm On Sep 16
MANNABBQGRILLS:
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.


You may have some good and salient points here sir,
But, the timing is not just right at all
Not in this pandemic time.


This one go just come online dey make noise while his mates are on the streets protesting.
Abeg, all those nonsense u types up there, shey Ur darling daddy dey Nairaland to read am abi Ig of police go read am? Insanism at its peak

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Singlecliq: 4:33pm On Sep 16
This is a welcome development. I was initially skeptical why there was no protest in the first place. You can't wake up one morning and increase electricity tariff and fuel price in the middle of a pandemic which has ravaged the world. Other reasonable countries are looking for ways to alleviate the suffering by the impact of COVID-19, but here we are contributing to the suffering. This government ineptitude is just too much.

In other news, check my signature.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by sparko1(m): 4:34pm On Sep 16
That last picture though, the sign is beside PAY YOUR TAXE! cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy grin grin
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Cramzy: 4:34pm On Sep 16
Sollykay41:
Thank God this one was successful. Our leaders should please give a listening ears to all issues raised and provide a lasting solution!

Meanwhile, come and get your 1 acre(six plots) of land with just 500,000 in our ongoing promo. You also stand a chance of getting a bag of rice and gallon of vegetable oil. Kindly reach us on our signature.

Location of the land pls?
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ekestic1976: 4:35pm On Sep 16
Why are Nigerians not demonstrating against these obnoxious policies in Enugu, Port Harcourt and Kaduna? Why must it always be the Yoruba that fight the FIGHT of ALL Nigerians? Give me the equivalents of Soyinka, Fawehinmi, Ransome-Kuti, Alao Aka-Basorun, Falana, etc. in the Lands of the Courageous of Nigeria, since they say that the Yoruba are Cowards. Yet the Yoruba have NEVER started a FIGHT they couldn't finish like some of the other ethnicities! If indeed, there's Reincarnation, I'll come as Yoruba again, God willing.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by guru90: 4:38pm On Sep 16
He came in as a president to finished the masses to Zero level.

Chai....
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by fatymore(f): 4:39pm On Sep 16
Where is the presidency in the face of all these?

cry

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Ogbuu101: 4:39pm On Sep 16
Holyterrorist:
But lagosians delivered massively for buhari's second term elections,they should enjoy their next level while it last and stop disturbing my cyberspace.
I tire for them ooo.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by muchroom(m): 4:41pm On Sep 16
correct
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by PDPdestroyer(m): 4:43pm On Sep 16
The foôlish PDP supporters claiming the 2012 protest was because of hatred for GEJ, what sayest thoust now that same protest is happening under Buhari. Is this also because of hatred for PMB? People will always protest perceived anti-people policies, regardless of who is at the helm. PDP supporters are the classic definition of zombies who can't think for themselves

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Perfecttouchade: 4:46pm On Sep 16
UDUJ:
I am 100% sure the shabbily dressed guy in the image below is a policeman. No professionalism. See how he is dressed shocked
police agbero cheesy

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by vRendoh(m): 4:47pm On Sep 16
LAGOS!
I see the change you people promised Nigerians. Only una light fire only una go quench am!
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Elvinci101: 4:48pm On Sep 16
MANNABBQGRILLS:
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.


You may have some good and salient points here sir,
But, the timing is not just right at all
Not in this pandemic time.

How dare you condemn our darling daddy, the best president of Africa.

When you were busy campaigning for your darling daddy it didn't come to your mind that the timing was wrong abi?

You must support the increase o..by fire by force because the rest of us @MANNABBQGRILLS congratulate our darling daddy on the increase of electricity tariff and Pms.

It's also our wish @MANNABBQGRILLS for our darling daddy to increase the prices of every household commodity in order to take us to the promise land.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by IamRichards: 4:49pm On Sep 16
And over here EEDC are killing us with uninterrupted power supply for months now.
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by gracefoundmme(m): 4:49pm On Sep 16
I thought twas Righteousness85 oooo
grin grin grin
Damn!
Would have said baba don backside
Bros I hail o undecided

Righteousnesss8:
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 Sollykay41(m): 4:50pm On Sep 16
Cramzy:


Location of the land pls?
Abeokuta/Ibadan road, odeda local government area, Ogun state. It is suitable for farming, industrial and other purposes. You can call the numbers on my signature for more info.
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by urbanshoppersng: 4:50pm On Sep 16
Righteousnesss8:
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


May God save your soul for this unruly impersonation

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Oksman(m): 4:50pm On Sep 16
classicfrank4u:
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

You just said my mind. No amount of protest would change the resolve of this government. The government is already cash-strapped so they need money to run the system and repay our debt.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by J111333(m): 4:51pm On Sep 16
They must be ipob terrorists.
Una eyes go soon clear.
Buhari till 2050.grin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by missionmex(m): 4:52pm On Sep 16
Righteousnesss8:
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
Antichrist undecided

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