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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by allthingsgood: 2:27am On Sep 17
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.

The timing can never be right. There is no time that it won't be painful

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by MANNABBQGRILLS: 4:26am On Sep 17
allthingsgood:


The timing can never be right. There is no time that it won't be painful
We concur Baba Agbalagba! wink

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ItswellMike: 7:32am On Sep 17
Our Darling daddy is doing very well....
Congratulations to Nigeria.... enjoy d change
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.

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by ORLAHOLUWA(m): 9:28am On Sep 17
Righteousnesss8:


Na cashapp flips and spamming I dey do I no dey do dirty dating like ur papa fcvk off
silent is the best answer for a fool like u... FEM
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by allthingsgood: 9:38am On Sep 17
MANNABBQGRILLS:

We concur Baba Agbalagba! wink

Oshe mama agbalagbi

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Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by dederocs(m): 10:20am On Sep 17
IMF and world bank loans are the cause of the increment...
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by Righteousnesss8: 10:47am On Sep 17
ORLAHOLUWA:
silent is the best answer for a fool like u... FEM

Fool like your papa na
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by arazanbal: 1:12pm On Sep 17
akanbiaa:
How much was previous bill before the 96k?


10k which is way to high as well
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by akanbiaa(m): 4:31pm On Sep 17
arazanbal:



10k which is way to high as well
So how did you finally resolve the bill issue?
Re: Protest Against Electricity, Fuel Price Increment, Anti-People Policy In Lagos by arazanbal: 10:06pm On Sep 17
akanbiaa:
So how did you finally resolve the bill issue?


still on it oo, as i nor relate to anybody in power no be so so come today come tomorrow dm dy tell person

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