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Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by mukina2: 9:02am On Jan 10, 2012
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by mukina2: 9:04am On Jan 10, 2012








Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Abayomin70(m): 9:13am On Jan 10, 2012
Just wish all dis tin ar ova
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by fuke(m): 9:16am On Jan 10, 2012
GEJ must go. He is too dull for this job
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Nobody: 9:17am On Jan 10, 2012
I think we should plan one  for Boston too. At least, it won't be bloody. grin grin
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Mobinga: 9:18am On Jan 10, 2012
What effect is this? Wouldn't scratch the surface.

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Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Nobody: 9:20am On Jan 10, 2012
Na wooo see carton wey dem carry for protest for America again? Too local for the eyes and international media. Anyways its still a protest.

Goodluck and not (Badluck-GEJ) to them.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Nobody: 9:22am On Jan 10, 2012
Is that all ? Are we expecting protest pictures from IRAQ and AFGHANISTAN too ? Am waiting
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by kruku: 9:27am On Jan 10, 2012
Na wooo see carton wey dem carry for protest for America again? Too local for the eyes and international media. Anyways its still a protest.

Goodluck and not (Badluck-GEJ) to them.
@Olodostein
Levels harsh for US too! the cartons na d ones wey our 9Ja guys arranged for them to carry. What do u expect, spend hard earn dollars ? shocked
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by tboy11(m): 9:29am On Jan 10, 2012
Who na try
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Blackteeth(m): 9:30am On Jan 10, 2012
Are these protests having any impact at all?
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Nobody: 9:32am On Jan 10, 2012
[b]PROTEST SHOULD BE AGAINST THESE CABALS
Oando Nigeria Plc, N228.506billion;
Integrated Oil and Gas Plc, N30billion;
MRS, 224.818 billion;
A.A. Rano, N1.14 billion;
A-Z Petroleum, N18.61 billion;
A.S.B, N3.16 billion;
Arcon Plc, N24.116 billion;
African Petroleum, N104.58 billion;
Aminu Resources, N2.3 billion;
Capital Oil, N22.4 billion;
Con Oil, N37.96 billion;
Avante Guard, N1.14 billion;
Avido, N3.64 billion;
Boffas and Company, N3.67 billion;
Brilla Energy, N960.3 million.
D. Jones Petroleum, N14.86 billion;
DownStream Energy, N789.648 million;
Dosil Oil and Gas, N3.375 billion;
Inco ray, N1.988 billion;
Eternal, N5.574 billion;
Folawiyo Energy, N113.32 billion;
Frado International, N2.63 billion;
First Deepwater Oil, N257.396 million;
Heden Petrol, N693 million;
Honeywell Petrol, N12.2 billion;
AMP, N11.417 billion;
Ascon, N5.271 billion;
Channel Oil, N1.308 billion;
Fort Oil, N8.582 billion;
Enak Oil & Gas, N19.684 billion;
Bovas & Co. Nig Ltd, N5.685billion;
Obat Oil N85billion.
IPMAN Investment Limited, N10.9billion;
Atio Oil, N64.4billion;
Emac Oil, N19.2billion.[/b]
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by omo9ja1(m): 9:37am On Jan 10, 2012
great move

at least the whole world can testify that GEJ has fail Nigerians

I am loving this

aluta contiune
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by anishe(m): 9:39am On Jan 10, 2012
Good
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Remii(m): 9:45am On Jan 10, 2012
LeoMax:

[b]PROTEST SHOULD BE AGAINST THESE CABALS
Oando Nigeria Plc, N228.506billion;
Integrated Oil and Gas Plc, N30billion;
MRS, 224.818 billion;
A.A. Rano, N1.14 billion;
A-Z Petroleum, N18.61 billion;
A.S.B, N3.16 billion;
Arcon Plc, N24.116 billion;
African Petroleum, N104.58 billion;
Aminu Resources, N2.3 billion;
Capital Oil, N22.4 billion;
Con Oil, N37.96 billion;
Avante Guard, N1.14 billion;
Avido, N3.64 billion;
Boffas and Company, N3.67 billion;
Brilla Energy, N960.3 million.
D. Jones Petroleum, N14.86 billion;
DownStream Energy, N789.648 million;
Dosil Oil and Gas, N3.375 billion;
Inco ray, N1.988 billion;
Eternal, N5.574 billion;
Folawiyo Energy, N113.32 billion;
Frado International, N2.63 billion;
First Deepwater Oil, N257.396 million;
Heden Petrol, N693 million;
Honeywell Petrol, N12.2 billion;
AMP, N11.417 billion;
Ascon, N5.271 billion;
Channel Oil, N1.308 billion;
Fort Oil, N8.582 billion;
Enak Oil & Gas, N19.684 billion;
Bovas & Co. Nig Ltd, N5.685billion;
Obat Oil N85billion.
IPMAN Investment Limited, N10.9billion;
Atio Oil, N64.4billion;
Emac Oil, N19.2billion.[/b]

we did not elect the cabal to rule us. our govt have responsibility to take care of the cabal for us. these so called cabals wine and dine with our elected govt. they are members of economic team. they all get national awards from our elected govt.

our govt campaigned and got elected based on campaign, so there is a contract between us and our govt.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by beespak7(m): 9:51am On Jan 10, 2012
Great move guys . Hope the govt of gej will listen to the voice of nigerians . do away with the subsidy removal its not too late to reverse it. NIGERIANS HAVE SPOKEN!!!
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Nobody: 9:51am On Jan 10, 2012
Remii:

we did not elect the cabal to rule us. our govt have responsibility to take care of the cabal for us. these so called cabals wine and dine with our elected govt. they are members of economic team. they all get national awards from our elected govt.

our govt campaigned and got elected based on campaign, so there is a contract between us and our govt.


Dont mind the twerp.Wetin concern me with oil marketers or did Nigeria vote wale tinubu as their president ?
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by karpentar: 9:55am On Jan 10, 2012
Useless jobless people. Where were they when the past leaders emptied Nigerian treasury? They didn't protest then. Why now? Hypocrites!!!!

I strongly suspect that some sections of Nigeria have sworn that Goodluck will never know peace for taking their "ruling birth right". That's what all these are all about. But they should know that if Goodluck is forcefully removed from power, that's the end of what is called Nigeria.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Johnpaul2k2(m): 9:56am On Jan 10, 2012
good
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Nobody: 9:58am On Jan 10, 2012
It doesnot look like a serious strike anyway.

Nigerians think it is ABC to rebuild a country that has been distroyed by selfish leaders.

GEJ God is on your side so long as you mean good for our pple.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by Flygeriana(m): 10:00am On Jan 10, 2012
karpentar:

Useless jobless people. Where were they when the past leaders emptied Nigerian treasury? They didn't protest then. Why now? Hypocrites!!!!

I strongly suspect that some sections of Nigeria have sworn that Goodluck will never know peace for taking their "ruling birth right". That's what all these are all about. But they should know that if Goodluck is forcefully removed from power, that's the end of what is called Nigeria.
Then division should come to play, and ENOUGH of all these nonsense!
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by bros12345: 10:06am On Jan 10, 2012
why didnt nigeria police go there to shoot them. God help us
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by aurenflani: 10:08am On Jan 10, 2012
@ karpenter - did gej met an empty treasury? u are a serious joke and lousy pro jonathan wannabe mouthpiece. beaf would have tried better.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by fuke(m): 10:29am On Jan 10, 2012
East:

It doesnot look like a serious strike anyway.

Nigerians think it is ABC to rebuild a country that has been distroyed by selfish leaders.

GEJ God is on your side so long as you mean good for our pple.

Another faceless poster.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by karpentar: 10:38am On Jan 10, 2012
@ karpenter - did gej met an empty treasury? u are a serious joke and lousy pro jonathan wannabe mouthpiece. beaf would have tried better.

You can insult till tomorrow, it doesn't mean a thing. The question remains, where were you when past leaders emptied Nigerian treasury? Did you occupy anywhere? Why? I even hear that Babangida has also join the strike.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by ogbongzky(m): 10:39am On Jan 10, 2012
Just wishing protests in Nigeria can be as calm as this. Kudos to Them.

God bless Nigeria
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by coldubako(m): 10:59am On Jan 10, 2012
LeoMax:

[b]PROTEST SHOULD BE AGAINST THESE CABALS
Oando Nigeria Plc, N228.506billion;
Integrated Oil and Gas Plc, N30billion;
MRS, 224.818 billion;
A.A. Rano, N1.14 billion;
A-Z Petroleum, N18.61 billion;
A.S.B, N3.16 billion;
Arcon Plc, N24.116 billion;
African Petroleum, N104.58 billion;
Aminu Resources, N2.3 billion;
Capital Oil, N22.4 billion;
Con Oil, N37.96 billion;
Avante Guard, N1.14 billion;
Avido, N3.64 billion;
Boffas and Company, N3.67 billion;
Brilla Energy, N960.3 million.
D. Jones Petroleum, N14.86 billion;
DownStream Energy, N789.648 million;
Dosil Oil and Gas, N3.375 billion;
Inco ray, N1.988 billion;
Eternal, N5.574 billion;
Folawiyo Energy, N113.32 billion;
Frado International, N2.63 billion;
First Deepwater Oil, N257.396 million;
Heden Petrol, N693 million;
Honeywell Petrol, N12.2 billion;
AMP, N11.417 billion;
Ascon, N5.271 billion;
Channel Oil, N1.308 billion;
Fort Oil, N8.582 billion;
Enak Oil & Gas, N19.684 billion;
Bovas & Co. Nig Ltd, N5.685billion;
Obat Oil N85billion.
IPMAN Investment Limited, N10.9billion;
Atio Oil, N64.4billion;
Emac Oil, N19.2billion.[/b]


there are more dangerous ones that you may not know. from the dpr,ppr, millitary, customs, civil servants legislooting house, blood sucking business men and women etc if you know some of these pple you'd be absolutely flaggabasted.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by yesboss20(m): 11:17am On Jan 10, 2012
That's a welcome action from our people and friends in the diaspora. The people and nation have suffered for much too long. Federal Gov needs to be reeducated and reoriented.
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by bassette(m): 11:19am On Jan 10, 2012
austinvsb1:
We have lost everything we met
on the land. Cocoa, palm oil,
groundnuts, cotton, cashew and
rubber have been forgotten and
are better produced by nations
who came to learn from us. We have lost our moral compass, our
society is fractured, our statehood
is threatened. Our citizens are in
all prisons around the world.
Some of them prefer foreign
prisons to coming back to Nigeria. Our passport is treated with
disdain everywhere you present
it. Why should our Senate Leader
earn 600 million per annum? Why
should our senators earn 30
million per annum? Why should our National Assembly gulp 1.2
trillion naira per annum while we
try to save 1.4 trillion from
subsidy removal ? Why should our
government be this big with
special advisers on cassava and beans affairs? Do we need 36
ministers? Why would our
president spend close to a billion
on food while close to eighty
percent live on less than a dollar per
day? Why should he budget a billion for generators and diesel
when he is urging us to believe in
his power sector reform? Why
does our President need 6 private
jets? Why do our governors move
around with twenty-vehicle convoys while David Cameron has
just two vehicles and one
outrider? Why should our
politicians keep their salaries
when Obama slashed his? Why
should we continue to be wasteful when the handwriting
on the wall says “danger”? Why
should we believe this
government when it says the
subsidy gain will be properly
reinvested. If U̶̲̥̅̊ are against subsidy removal. Copy and
repost,tweet,ping spread this d
way U̶̲̥̅̊ can. Bad leadership and coruption must stop, This madness must
stop nobody will fight for us if we
refused to challenge govt. We are
not slaves.
Well spoken!!!
Re: Occupy Nigeria: Pictures Of Protest At World Bank Hq,Washington DC, Us by coldubako(m): 11:23am On Jan 10, 2012
remember, GEJ ones said we should wait a little and develop our football for 2yers, what did we see? nigerians were shouting. now we can see that he was right afterall.

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