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See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by officialwdhtv: 6:22am On Feb 04
See how close roadside traders are to the railway tracks in Oshodi Lagos - Man laments

#wetindeyhappentv


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=todsaSkRrRs

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by MVLOX(m): 7:57am On Feb 04
Risking their lives to make a living

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Peakdesign23(m): 7:58am On Feb 04
Are they blind? If anything bad happens to them they’ll blame the government or the devil.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Yugoslavia247(m): 8:02am On Feb 04
Lol

Why does the average Nigeria believe that you must block the road to sell foodstuffs.

Seriously, all this is due to modernization

In the olden days we have market days

No one needs to block road.

Just anticipate that date and meet at the market square.

Well, man must survive
Govt can not even give them anything

Govt will ban anything
But to improve life they will ban the eyes from seeing.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by MisterBanny(m): 8:47am On Feb 04
Some deaths are totally avoidable but they lack wisdom to avoid it. Later they will blame Peter obi

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by officialwdhtv: 10:24am On Feb 04
Yugoslavia247:
Lol

Why does the average Nigeria believe that you must block the road to sell foodstuffs.

Seriously, all this is due to modernization

In the olden days we have market days

No one needs to block road.

Just anticipate that date and meet at the market square.

Well, man must survive
Govt can not even give them anything

Govt will ban anything
But to improve life they will ban the eyes from seeing.


cry

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Sapeleboy911(m): 11:00am On Feb 04
The state government won't take proactive measures to curtail this now. When the unfortunate happens, they will begin to setup investigating committees here and there.


On a side note, how which those nairaland YouTubers with horrible voices can learn from Op. His videos are straight to the point, and void of any disturbing gorilla voice. Keep it up @weytindeyhappentv

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by pretydiva(f): 11:13am On Feb 04
What is the govt waiting for? Is it until something bad happens before they know the right thing to do??

And these traders selling, are they blind, daft or just plain stupid🙄🙄

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by APOPTOSIS: 12:11pm On Feb 04
Brain Block Disease is an inevitable malady in an under developing nation riddled with lawlessness.
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Angrigowt: 2:48pm On Feb 04
The day the train will derail. It would mean judgement day for these blockheads.....

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by officialwdhtv: 3:29pm On Feb 04
Angrigowt:
The day the train will derail. It would mean judgement day for these blockheads.....

Am telling u

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Dantedasz(m): 4:14pm On Feb 04
Peakdesign23:
Are they blind? If anything bad happens to them they’ll blame the government or the devil.

Be informed that the local government issues tickets to these poor traders to sell their wares near the rail tracks.
The traders pay the local government daily taxes to be allowed to sell their wares in that location.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by kolamilan(m): 8:41pm On Feb 04
Not only in Oshodi but also in yaba.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by phoneport(m): 4:58pm On Feb 06
Then they should get ready to DIE cool cool cool

It is only that they will say it is TINUBU THAT CAUSED IT shocked shocked shocked

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by ogolemati: 4:58pm On Feb 06
cool cool cool cool cool cool cool it will shock you to know that they paid for those portion.touts still collect owomida for iyaloja

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Lanretoye(m): 4:59pm On Feb 06
Train is their friend,na them gangan be the NRC.
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by santaclaws: 4:59pm On Feb 06
I remember Sanwo Olu going to Oshodi to speak to the traders and he warned them of the safety repercussions and why they had to evacuate...

Perhaps LASG needs to send a task force there.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Coldspice: 5:00pm On Feb 06
Sad

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by lapazi(m): 5:01pm On Feb 06
Sapeleboy911:
The state government won't take proactive measures to curtail this now. When the unfortunate happens, they will begin to setup investigating committees here and there.


On a side note, how which those nairaland YouTubers with horrible voices can learn from Op. His videos are straight to the point, and void of any disturbing gorilla voice. Keep it up @weytindeyhappentv

It was still in this very Lagos that Sanwolu went to Oshodi to warn them him self, they tried to barricade the area, still did not work.
What else do you want the govt to do. Mr know it all.

The footages are here on NL

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by APCNig: 5:01pm On Feb 06
Sapeleboy911:
The state government won't take proactive measures to curtail this now. When the unfortunate happens, they will begin to setup investigating committees here and there.


On a side note, how which those nairaland YouTubers with horrible voices can learn from Op. His videos are straight to the point, and void of any disturbing gorilla voice. Keep it up @weytindeyhappentv

You are still blaming government for this? If you don't tell your family members selling there to leave, the train will send them to the great beyond, and Yahoo Boys will harvest their organs for rituals. They cannot be useless while alive and also be useless in death

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Mindlog: 5:03pm On Feb 06
Their lives means little or nothing to them.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by tunary(m): 5:04pm On Feb 06
Hmmm
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by NnamdiN: 5:04pm On Feb 06
Government failure
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Starboytwo(m): 5:05pm On Feb 06
9ja sha.

they must find way.

(shaking head)
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Coldspice: 5:05pm On Feb 06
Chase these ones now, their kinsmen will start crying that you are marginalizing them.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by inoki247: 5:05pm On Feb 06
When Sanwo Olu dey warn this people the other day some people are cursing him....


people are here still blaming the same Govt for people that choose not to hear I'm sure if they send taskforce dere now same people will still blame the Govt that there's hardship the govt still want to add to it.....

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Throwback: 5:05pm On Feb 06
Sapeleboy911:
The state government won't take proactive measures to curtail this now. When the unfortunate happens, they will begin to setup investigating committees here and there.


On a side note, how which those nairaland YouTubers with horrible voices can learn from Op. His videos are straight to the point, and void of any disturbing gorilla voice. Keep it up @weytindeyhappentv

When they take proactive measures to curtail the potential for accident, some would still lament that they do not want the poor to breathe.

The government agencies like KAI should go there and flog all the animals there.

They should speak to them in the language they understand.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by christistruth01: 5:05pm On Feb 06
The Train drivers should reduce their speed to 5km per hour when passing there for public safety

The Railway company has failed to build barriers necessary to keep the Public out

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