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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by MrMaestro: 3:36pm On Sep 20
Coldie:
Has any south eastern governor signed the bill
No they’re busy planning how they can betray the south by getting in the north’s good graces. A blind man can see their betrayal brewing a mile away. It has already started.

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by twilliamx(m): 3:37pm On Sep 20
Southern unity is the end of Northern control

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Illshef(m): 3:37pm On Sep 20
OKAY... cool
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by fergie001: 3:40pm On Sep 20
Coldie:
Has any south eastern governor signed the bill
MrMaestro:

No they’re busy planning how they can betray the south by getting in the north’s good graces. A blind man can see their betrayal brewing a mile away. It has already started.
Just two:- Ugwuanyi & Ikpeazu.
Others have indirectly said, they would not sign.

davodyguy:
Hope he consulted with the God father in UK, who wants to become the president and need to massage the Fulani
Stop eetttttttt

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Basic123: 3:43pm On Sep 20
Oweku:
Inasmuch as I respect him as a governor... I see him as a yes sir yes sir governor with no balls...

Continue seeing.

Your life work

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by NorthernSerene(m): 3:43pm On Sep 20
Decency2020:
It is one thing to sign it and another to implement it. Not just sign sign and sign.


In our law bail is free at the police station and it is always written there boldly but it is only when you have need to bail someone that you will understand the real deal.
That's right dear.
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Oweku(f): 3:44pm On Sep 20
Basic123:

Continue seeing.

Your life work

Mumu I earn more than u..
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by yemionline(m): 3:44pm On Sep 20
Good one.
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by duro4chang(m): 3:46pm On Sep 20
Shikena!!
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Kaiser20: 3:48pm On Sep 20
Gabe427:
Wait cows still roam about Lagos in a metro city like lagod
According to Buhari, cows should be allowed to roam about in Ikoyi and Victory Island he doesn't care.

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Theunbothered: 3:48pm On Sep 20
Finally
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by ActuaRise696969: 3:49pm On Sep 20
Hemanwel:
Sanwo my guy! Their fada!!!
Oya, let them start selling cows at 2M each like they boasted.

Next, the Supreme Court will deliver the VAT judgement in favour of the States. The true federalism that we've been clamoring for for years will gradually start falling in pleasant places.

At the end, the pen will prove mightier than the sword.


Echo!

A pen is mightier than a sword. But it is time we choose both pen and sword. War and Peace are two sides of the same coin.

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by AcademicWriter: 3:54pm On Sep 20
been any south eastern governor inked the bill
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by AfroKnight: 3:55pm On Sep 20
Before you congratulate the governor, check the clauses. I hope they are stringent enough and cover any loopholes.
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by NoFucksToGive: 3:56pm On Sep 20
Coldie:
Has any south eastern governor signed the bill

Derailing homepage

Rule 1

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Raph82(m): 3:58pm On Sep 20
It's like these men are beginning to see things differently now. Their state's interest first, before considering party or federal's stand on any issue. The governors are waking up.
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by nwatthu(m): 4:02pm On Sep 20
this is good development, if dey like..let them sell the cow for 4 million naira, we will import it from cotonou..stupid nonsense..Congrtas southern Nigeria[b][/b]
HonNL:


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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by favour32(m): 4:02pm On Sep 20
Decency2020:
It is one thing to sign it and another to implement it. Not just sign sign and sign.


In our law bail is free at the police station and it is always written there boldly but it is only when you have need to bail someone that you will understand the real deal.
Carry cattle waka up and down now na...
Power belongs to the people...
Body go tell you with time...

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Btruth: 4:03pm On Sep 20
Kudos....
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Echoban: 4:06pm On Sep 20
Oweku:
Inasmuch as I respect him as a governor... I see him as a yes sir yes sir governor with no balls...


The ones that have balls hope they are doing better just like Edo, Rivers or which of them can tie his lace?? Only Udom Emmanuel.
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by mrkings84(m): 4:10pm On Sep 20
A day is coming when every Southerner will have nothing to do with beef.....
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Bamzyriches451: 4:12pm On Sep 20
Nice
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by sabreal: 4:13pm On Sep 20
Its better they also pass law for creation of Amotekun.

This law passed bow will likely be useless in a state like Lagos. Police can't handle the adamant terrorists/bandits





HonNL:


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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by JennyOfOldstones(f): 4:13pm On Sep 20
Coldie:
Has any south eastern governor signed the bill
Yes, it was signed last month in Enugu and 3 days ago in Abia
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by michaelbills(m): 4:16pm On Sep 20
It’s a thing to sign and another thing to implement it. Na naija we dey when they send memo say sars no go stop you without warrant to harass you. E still dey happen. Till infinity. Cow will still roam the streets with recklessly. You can’t stop it. Nigeria belongs to the North. Get your visa and JAPA or adapt to thier draconian laws.
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by michaelbills(m): 4:18pm On Sep 20
Bail is free but even innocent people still dey drop money for bail since 1888.
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Perkins2018: 4:25pm On Sep 20
Oweku:
Inasmuch as I respect him as a governor... I see him as a yes sir yes sir governor with no balls...


You saw him doing yes sir to your father? Or just a typical igbo bigotry that y'all are known for?

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by airsaylongcome: 4:26pm On Sep 20
Coldie:
Has any south eastern governor signed the bill

Bunch of sissy Lilly livered idiots. They will be the first to scream that Herdsmen are killing them in their farms. But outlaw these herdsmen operations, the docile governors suddenly have stroke

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Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by NigeriaIsGreat: 4:29pm On Sep 20
Oweku:


Mumu I earn more than u..
How much do you earn?
Re: Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law by Ayomi90: 4:42pm On Sep 20
Decency2020:
It is one thing to sign it and another to implement it. Not just sign sign and sign.


In our law bail is free at the police station and it is always written there boldly but it is only when you have need to bail someone that you will understand the real deal.
You have been shouting this for weeks, all we need is for them to sign it. That is the most important thing, just watch as things unfold, I don't even care if they enforce it now but the fact that it has been signed, the future will be sweet.

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