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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by ecclize: 5:01am On Nov 08, 2020
Added to Nigeria National crisis is Hoodlum.

but why the tag hoodlum... this is a clear case of arm robbery...
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Broken2020: 5:02am On Nov 08, 2020
Why are they doing this ?
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by stayclearofme: 5:06am On Nov 08, 2020
AudioNews:
Ewedu nd Amala at it again,
Am nt surprised
Dunce
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Tedpgrass: 5:07am On Nov 08, 2020
This is not a random attack...

This is a target being taken out here


And should be treated as such rather than be tagged a hoodlum attack



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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by owobokiri(m): 5:07am On Nov 08, 2020
You go fear market shaa
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by ivolt: 5:09am On Nov 08, 2020
Makinde should not interfere with those protesting youths, our politicians caused it. If the governor dares harass those youths with policemen, he is looking for serious trouble.
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by favour32(m): 5:13am On Nov 08, 2020
AudioNews:
Ewedu nd Amala at it again,
Am nt surprised
Not just a tribal bigot but a racist!
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Kingscee: 5:16am On Nov 08, 2020
DCatt:
Yoruba won't have peace until there's no single igbo left in Yorubaland.

Grow up naw

Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by SmartPolician: 5:17am On Nov 08, 2020
AudioNews:
Ewedu nd Amala at it again,
Am nt surprised

You really need to grow up
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by ZhiosonWind: 5:19am On Nov 08, 2020
Watch how they will blame it on end SARS protesters
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by FrankBass281(m): 5:22am On Nov 08, 2020
We students have the power to end this strike within a week
#endasuustrike
#nansdoyourwork
Let's trend it in twitter..we move
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Realtalk20: 5:25am On Nov 08, 2020
Fallen tribe of cursed people like Heavensent01
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by helinues: 5:26am On Nov 08, 2020
Now tell me, which state governor would allow any further protest,

Which business owners will claim to be in support of this jobless youths?

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Ghostrye: 5:26am On Nov 08, 2020
AudioNews:
Ewedu nd Amala at it again,
Am nt surprised
I will be Soo disappointed if you just happen to be a youth and one of the future leaders and this is how you reason. It's not too late to change that tribalistic mentality of yours. it might be difficult, but it's not impossible. Start from today
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by brexit: 5:29am On Nov 08, 2020
Hoodlums have learnt an evil way of rendering some people poor



Let's get up and speak against it, this doesn't affect our government rather the masses that have their wares destroyed


Please we should avoid giving it a tribal sentiment, let us stop this evil now, enough is enough
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by enemyofprogress: 5:31am On Nov 08, 2020
This nonsense will soon end now that Biden has warned the American election. He is coming to deal with buhari and his yeye government
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by mainetrix1: 5:32am On Nov 08, 2020
AltCtrlDel:
Our leaders are the real hoodlums.

You embolden touts and thugs by paying them to disrupt a peaceful protests - a protest that would have inadvertently led to the beginning of a new nation.

You have shown the jobless, the hungry and the hopeless ones an easy route to survival. Now you can no longer control the monster you created.


This theory is becoming lame. First Not all.these people come from government, some of them, if not most, are on their own. The protest was just, but it was championed by a majority of stupid people. Blocking major roads and all. Even the government you are talking about did they emanate from air..

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Badonasty(m): 5:33am On Nov 08, 2020
Lol...na hoodlums dey reign now...
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Grandmeister(m): 5:33am On Nov 08, 2020
DCatt:
Yoruba won't have peace until there's no single igbo left in Yorubaland.
Coward shebi Na igbos cause this one too? Own your shyt!

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by EgunMogaji2: 5:35am On Nov 08, 2020
seguno2:


What type of madness guerrilla of youths burns the shops of petty traders?
Don’t they know the address for their senators, representatives, state assembly lawmakers, governors, LGA chairmen and councillors as well as their aides

You’re on point.

They’re cowards.

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by amuwo1980: 5:36am On Nov 08, 2020
Am sure this is Yoruba ppl gather burn Igbo ppl shops, this reminds one of what happened in the first few weeks of buhari ascendency to the president , they were setting markets across the country on fire just to target Igbo ppl and this is why I don’t believe in this Nigeria as currently constituted
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by EgunMogaji2: 5:36am On Nov 08, 2020
helinues:
Now tell me, which state governor would allow any further protest,

Which business owners will claim to be in support of this jobless youths?

That’s the idea. Sadly.
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Aboki99(m): 5:46am On Nov 08, 2020
If a people insists of destroying their region or they insist on allowing Yeastner-settlers to destroy it for them, what does an onlooker do apart from looking on? Gone were the days when the Westerners were so wise that they easily see through any subterfuge, plot or an agenda against the Oduduwa nation.

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by DCatt: 5:52am On Nov 08, 2020
Iddiot if you are not cowards, let your Igbo brothers go out alone and face Yoruba now and stop hiding your army behind Yoruba miscreants, then come back and tell me who died and dashed you bravery. You are everywhere like roaches and your handwriting is on this too.
Grandmeister:

Coward shebi Na igbos cause this one too? Own your shyt!
Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Nobody: 5:52am On Nov 08, 2020
SmartMugu:
CBN will not block these hoodlums account o, but they're quick to block peaceful protesters accounts.
mumu talk..give us the names of these Hoodlums

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Kaiser20: 5:52am On Nov 08, 2020
Mokason288:
The story is not connecting.... why loot a shop and then set it on fire? Are you trying to hide your finger print and evidence that might lead back to you?

Iris this another hand work of Fulani Jihadist, those guys are ruthless and heartless

This story doesn’t add up

I HOPE I MADE SENSE
Nonsense. Most criminals and touts operate from ibadan as their HQ, some rub in Lagos then return to their base.
Ibadan gei indigenous bandits not the fulanis

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Coronabirus(m): 5:53am On Nov 08, 2020
AltCtrlDel:
Our leaders are the real hoodlums.

You embolden touts and thugs by paying them to disrupt a peaceful protests - a protest that would have inadvertently led to the beginning of a new nation.

You have shown the jobless, the hungry and the hopeless ones an easy route to survival. Now you can no longer control the monster you created.
You people are not serious at all. Do u have any evidence that govt sponsored any thug during the protest or u're just guessing, are the hoodlums not the same youth or were they not part of the protest?
If the hoodlums are angry with govt why should they burn private properties?
The same way u're wrongly accusing others of sympathising Boko Haram with no basis now u're surreptitiously supporting the hoodlums with deviated comment instead of condemning the act. If this thing continue you'll come to realise the real horror u put urself in.

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Re: Hoodlums Attack Ologede Market In Oyo, Loot And Set Shops Ablaze by Mokason288(m): 5:54am On Nov 08, 2020
Kaiser20:

Nonsense. Most criminals and touts operate from ibadan as their HQ, some rub in Lagos then return to their base.
Ibadan gei indigenous bandits not the fulanis
Why burn down the shop ? Ode

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