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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Angelfrost(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

For a minute I thought the great preacher had gone mad... Until I realized this is an impostor!!! Lol!!! grin

I swear, una no well for this forum!!!

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by columbus007(m): 4:52pm On Sep 16
Am so fed up in this country I swear,so fed up.
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by WorkTheTalk(m): 4:53pm On Sep 16
Our now dear President Buhari in 2012, remember?

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Kennitrust(m): 4:54pm On Sep 16
Protest wey e no concern everybody, na protest be that?


We in this part of the world don't have ability to prove our pains to the government.


We dey fear to die undecided lipsrsealed

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by puremaker7(m): 4:55pm 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 a pussy is a must
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by kennyhai(m): 4:57pm On Sep 16
Please, can we all calm down & enjoy this change while it last. grin grin grin grin una never see anytin yet till on monday morning
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Kabir5643(m): 4:57pm 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

Now, reread this post

And ask yourself

'does it make sense?'
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by AKWATGOLD1: 4:58pm On Sep 16
I don't see any protest here because this is not the kind of protest Nigeria is known for now.

Check the protest "Occupy Nigeria Protest"
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Brushstrokes20: 4:58pm On Sep 16
Thumbs up to these heroes!... Shame on the heartless, self serving, sadistic, nepotic, redundant, coupist and cohorts!
#ENOUGH OF NONSENSE

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ORLAHOLUWA(m): 5:00pm 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
see pastor self dey para cum dey shalaye too

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ORLAHOLUWA(m): 5:02pm On Sep 16
Righteousnesss8:


I will create another one
See as you be like kpomo
guy u b big fool so na impostor u b...... Na una type SARs dey find

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Thegreatone001(m): 5:04pm 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
This is an impersonation, if it is not Righteousness89, it can never be. Stop impersonating him in this manner ��

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Righteousnesss8: 5:04pm On Sep 16
ORLAHOLUWA:
guy u b big fool so na impostor u b...... Na una type SARs dey find

Sars dey find find me like your papa abigo find work mumu
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Impenetrable: 5:11pm On Sep 16
Yes ohh we must protest. In fact let them be strike.


Please don't forget to check my signature kiss

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by justmi1: 5:12pm 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
Impostor

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Baawahala: 5:13pm On Sep 16
Them go support dustbin,nah dem hunger go first chase comot for street for protest...
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by TheNigerianPers: 5:13pm On Sep 16
Our police don't have anti-protest gears. This is why they result to raining bullets on protesters when things go south. They should do something about it

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ORLAHOLUWA(m): 5:14pm On Sep 16
Righteousnesss8:


Sars dey find find me like your papa abigo find work mumu
U b big fool I swear ur foolishness no b here
Just sit back and think wetin b d reason why u impost ur self here shey na bombing site b dis place wey u go catch OSU to bill or for u to create awareness..... I am very sure u are maturd enough ur mate dey impost for paying site u dey here dey mumu urself here odeburuku

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by passiveincome01: 5:14pm On Sep 16
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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Overself: 5:14pm 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.
Goat!
Zombie good morning!

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Righteousnesss8: 5:15pm On Sep 16
ORLAHOLUWA:

U b big fool I swear ur foolishness no b here
Just sit back and think wetin b d reason why u impost ur self here shey na bombing site b dis place wey u go catch OSU to bill or for u to create awareness..... I am very sure u are maturd enough ur mate dey impost for paying site u dey here dey mumu urself here odeburuku

Na cashapp flips and spamming I dey do I no dey do dirty dating like ur papa fcvk off
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Mars16(m): 5:18pm 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
True talk bro, instead of them to join forces with the people so they can have better living condition and pay check those policemen went after peaceful protesters. I think the police and our armed forces are enjoying this Nigeria, who knows! Just take look at this one in shorts holding a gun.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by smileyoo: 5:19pm On Sep 16
Is bubu even aware that there's fuel and electricity tarrif increase, or that nigerians are protesting against this vicious policies, just few months after the lockdown ?
this govt is so insensitive to the welfare of nigerians.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Jeffyblaq(m): 5:19pm 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.
Nobody takes you serious..

You have been evil.

Dwell with it.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by delawal(m): 5:29pm On Sep 16
GBOKASINCHA:
The ppl wey vote buhari na dem suffer pass even owambe don reduce... everywhere don cold

the yoruba people can see dt they re not wise afterall

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Vitamin17(m): 5:31pm On Sep 16
ekestic1976:
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.
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by nsilordgmail(m): 5:31pm 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
He looks more like a bus conductor. This one don smoke shisha finish grin grin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by madskills(m): 5:32pm 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
we sabi the real righteous one... so bleep off
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by loveth360(f): 5:32pm On Sep 16
Yorubas protesting

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Sodeeq1997(m): 5:37pm On Sep 16
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