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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Dnet7: 5:05pm On Feb 06
Have any died of train crash before?
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by christistruth01: 5:08pm On Feb 06
Coldspice:
Chase these ones now, their kinsmen will start crying that you are marginalizing them.
If anything happens they will also cry that LASG failed to protect them
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Dpharisee: 5:09pm On Feb 06
I like this guy's videos, its straight to the point unlike the other one that will spend 5 minutes doing voice over and then showing you the same video

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Mubiola360: 5:14pm 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
just shut up your dirty mouth, was it not here on Nairaland we saw a video of Gov Sanwo Olu warning traders to desist from this particular act or get their goods confisticated , Same people were saying he is trying to chase away igbos ,Some saying they are making the poor poorer forgetting that safety first. Hypocrisy at it peak .

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Juoflife1(f): 5:14pm On Feb 06
There's a place like this in Vietnam I think. Saw it on TikTok
It's cool as long as no accidents happen

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by boxypane(m): 5:14pm On Feb 06
No matter the agility to make daily ends meet, nor put your life at risk of e worth something.
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by DJInfluence: 5:14pm On Feb 06
How's this even allowed? Am certain they pay tax for selling on the tracks.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by delpee(f): 5:15pm On Feb 06
Gov. Sanwoolu was there some months ago speaking to them in English and Yoruba on the need for them to relocate. He told them that he doesn't want to hear stories that touch. The video is online. Clear them today, they're back tomorrow. Build a fence, they'll break it somewhere. It's up to them and their families if they choose to risk their lives.

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by tuzle(m): 5:17pm On Feb 06
What they are doing is dangerous thou and it has been happening like since forever. Although this isn't only common in Nigeria. I saw a video, I think in Vietnam or Malaysia not sure where the train passes through residential buildings and there are business very close to the rail.
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by APCNig: 5:17pm On Feb 06
delpee:
Gov. Sanwoolu was there some months ago speaking to them in English and Yoruba on the need for them to relocate. He told them that he doesn't want to hear stories that touch. The video is online. Clear them today, they're back tomorrow. Build a fence, they'll break it somewhere. It's up to them and their families if they choose to risk their lives.

Let them remain there, Ogun go soon suck their blood to appease the land

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by twilliamx(m): 5:17pm On Feb 06
All the nonsense fashola brought. This nit wit called sanwo is bringing it back
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Dancebreaker: 5:25pm On Feb 06
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It's better to display our attitudes here openly than in more private WhatsApp chats.

Wow!

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Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by ceejay80s(m): 5:29pm On Feb 06
Dem don pursue dem tire but they still come back
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by unbiased2021: 5:31pm 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


For real I like how he operates. Straight to the point.
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Exceed15: 5:34pm On Feb 06
Oshodi had always been like that even when fashola and changed the face , they still resumed back. Lagos is a place where people will do anything to survive. The population is damn increasing day by day causing more environmental hazard.Lagos is overrated joor.
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by badoh(m): 5:36pm 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
Some of these people are adamant and careless. The other day, Sanwoolu specifically went to inform the people selling stuffs beside the rail track to leave but you know African deviant nature, dem go still go back. Infact, Nigeria needs to strengthen its institutions such that laws must be respected at all levels.
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Iamnotfearyou: 5:39pm On Feb 06
MVLOX:
Risking their lives to make a living

Awan what are you hustling money for?I have never had reason to work anyways you don't have to worry because they have learned very well from more developed countries
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Lifemanage: 5:39pm On Feb 06
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.

African govt officials are the modern day witches and wizards who are against the well-being of their own people. So sad
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by bionixs: 5:42pm On Feb 06
Go to India and see the proMAX
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by bionixs: 5:44pm On Feb 06
Go to India and see the real thing
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Centcanada: 5:45pm On Feb 06
This is not a new thing abeg even in other countries too they came close to the train tracks when selling their products or are you guy's not watching movie?
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Olachase(m): 5:47pm 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
and when. If the government take proactive measures to curtail this some will say the government is against the igbos undecided undecided
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Aleem26(m): 5:59pm On Feb 06
MVLOX:
Risking their lives to make a living

Even you that gives the tracks meters tomorrow no sure for you for this Nigeria
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Exousiang01(m): 6:04pm 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 mean the same government that has been chasing them almost every week, so bad the governor himself had to go warm them to stay off.
Nigerian are stubborn, you guys can't keep blaming the government for everything.
Should the government think for the people?
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by Greenfaces: 6:04pm On Feb 06
Hardship makes people mindless
Re: See How Close Roadside Traders Are To The Railway Tracks In Oshodi (video) by euniquea(f): 6:05pm On Feb 06
Funny enough they don't look scared like you and I when the train passes grin grin grin

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