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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by molbic(m): 5:43pm 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 why I bomb people ,#low budget Righteousness
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by wasi9ice: 5:49pm On Sep 16
This one isn't protest, it's just a mare awareness,,
See what happened in America during "black lives matters"or the resent protest in Suddan to mention but a few,,what we do here is what we call ""arrengee"" people making mockery of themselves

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by meobizy(m): 5:50pm On Sep 16
All these are happening while Nairalanders are safe in their huts typing rubbish. Later one will see them in BBNaija threads trying to form woke. Cowards naim full here.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Jahwinaboy(m): 5:52pm 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.
Why wouldn't it start from Yoruba when Tinubu and his cohorts brought Buhari into power? Historically, u cleverly avoided Ken Saro wiwa, Asari & ex militants, Nnamdi kanu, Obadiah Mailafia, Tivs, Southern Kaduna Christians who have been confronting death eye ball to eye ball, etc West is part of the problem on this particular issue on ground and houses alot of Nigerians investment hub. Plus, u are the Vice Presido. Plz remove political falana from the list

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ikorodureporta: 6:09pm On Sep 16
yeye NLC still dey give 2weeks notice... when NEPA go don share 30k September bill finish

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by gypsey(m): 6:24pm 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
Really? grin grin grin a policeman?
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by freshkpomo(m): 6:35pm On Sep 16
Righteousnesss8:


I will create another one
See as you be like kpomo
Lol, this is the only thing I enjoy on this forum, humour lol...
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Dharniel(m): 6:39pm On Sep 16
Angelfrost:


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!!!

Mesef shock... gringringringrin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Evolutionlove: 6:41pm On Sep 16
That third picture should be used for Meme lol..... grin grin grin

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ibuildstuff(m): 7:08pm 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
I don't understand, this cannot be the real righteousness

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by justy15: 7:24pm On Sep 16
We are 100% behind u guyz here,we are waiting for communication to join the protest until the evil of this government is reversed.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ModestGal(f): 7:32pm On Sep 16
Brushstrokes20:
Thumbs up to these heroes!... Shame on the heartless, self serving, sadistic, nepotic, redundant, coupist and cohorts!
#ENOUGH OF NONSENSE
Shame on people that will never come out to protest.
Shame on the opportunist that will see it as a place to steal
Shame on Nigerians for not being able to come out in masses to create the change that is needed

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ModestGal(f): 7:38pm On Sep 16
wasi9ice:
This one isn't protest, it's just a mare awareness,,
See what happened in America during "black lives matters"or the resent protest in Suddan to mention but a few,,what we do here is what we call ""arrengee"" people making mockery of themselves
Your likes are part of the problem of this Nation, no, we do not need to hear just condemnation from you, if you really care you will join the protest, the little people can do let them do it.

Black lives matter protests lengthens because people ain't sitting in one corner of their house and condemning, it happened because they came in large numbers. If one person convinces 5 people, by the time everyone participate, then we will have large crowd. Your words would only draw people back and make them see reason why they should only grumble and complain without doing anything

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Decentdave: 7:41pm 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
Bros,what u type here no make sense..

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by bareal(m): 7:47pm 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.


Unfortunately, your darling daddy has done it again. Enjoy bro

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ModestGal(f): 7:47pm On Sep 16
Check the comments of some Igbos in this thread, this is why its best they leave because they can never be satisfied. People are protesting and all you could do us mock them. Yes, they voted for who they believe would deliver which ain't a crime at all, and if they are not satisfied, they still have the right to voice out.

The fact that you voted for someone or put someone in a position of authority is not a reason to keep quiet when things are not right.

You are always so happy when things are failing in the country, just because the person you wanted did not win election.

This is a personality disorder, if you all don't know, go and read it. With this, you will be a bad friend when your advice isn't uses, a bad leader, a bad follower, and a bad husband. Please go read your problem

You all need to stop unnecessary bitterness, and I wish your granted to leave. I'm so tired of your bitterness.

Note**I'm only referring to people that are happy about the situation of things
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by tunjijones(m): 7:51pm 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.

U no get sense. Is it everybody in Lagos that is supporting APC?

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ebuclassic18(m): 7:57pm On Sep 16
enjoy what you voted for

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Ghostmode2two(m): 8:10pm On Sep 16
Those that were happy raising their fingers up forming 4+4 and IIII+IIII e don dey red for all of una. Body dey tell una as dem nor dey tell man

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by tunjijones(m): 8:13pm On Sep 16
smileyoo:
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.

I swear the senile man might not be aware

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by RonaldoVido: 8:15pm On Sep 16
I like to make friends with rich people.

This is one of the reasons.

Never to protest.
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by RonaldoVido: 8:21pm On Sep 16
Is that a New Yam festival procession ?
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by arazanbal: 9:07pm On Sep 16
na 96k BEDC bring come my place as bill for last month, just house oo not company. i weak when i see d bill

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by MrColdsweat: 9:11pm On Sep 16
ModestGal:
Check the comments of some Igbos in this thread, this is why its best they leave because they can never be satisfied. People are protesting and all you could do us mock them. Yes, they voted for who they believe would deliver which ain't a crime at all, and if they are not satisfied, they still have the right to voice out.

The fact that you voted for someone or put someone in a position of authority is not a reason to keep quiet when things are not right.

You are always so happy when things are failing in the country, just because the person you wanted did not win election.

This is a personality disorder, if you all don't know, go and read it. With this, you will be a bad friend when your advice isn't uses, a bad leader, a bad follower, and a bad husband. Please go read your problem

You all need to stop unnecessary bitterness, and I wish your granted to leave. I'm so tired of your bitterness.

Note**I'm only referring to people that are happy about the situation of things

Typical yarribastard and hypocrisy.

Where when you when your fellow Yarribas were celebrating when the DSS killed youths in Enugu?

Where were you when your fellow afonjas were hailing the military for killing innocent youths in aba?

Which Yoruba leader has spoken against the mistreatment and marginalization of SE and SS under buhari?

May God give you some shame and wisdom to recognize your hypocrisy.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Okoroawusa: 10:10pm On Sep 16
I Love PMB with all my heart.
Carry go!
Said Baba!
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by luggy(m): 11:31pm On Sep 16
this protects no chup baleful
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Vmotors: 12:38am On Sep 17
Demostrations are not effective until result are gotten.
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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Nijagogetsense: 1:39am On Sep 17
Tonimax:
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


Abi o, make Bubu rule for 600years, lol

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by akanbiaa(m): 1:57am On Sep 17
arazanbal:
na 96k BEDC bring come my place as bill for last month, just house oo not company. i weak when i see d bill
How much was previous bill before the 96k?

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