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Politics / Re: Buhari Presides Over FEC Meeting by Appswheel(m): 11:45am On Oct 21
12 DAYS OF PROTESTS AND FAILED LEADERSHIP

A protest that lasted for twelve (12) days is too long? You argue that the protesters had made their points or they ought to have settled for dialogue/negotiations with the government?

Do you realize that the protest was a call for good governance and better living conditions for all Nigerians?

The evils that the #EndSARS protesters dared to confront are deadlier than the Covid-19 Pandemic. At the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the entire nation was on lockdown. Did we not sit at home for months?

Bad Governance and leadership are bigger threats to our existence as a nation. Can we count the number of lives lost daily to bad Governance? Twelve (12) days is too long to fight a virus and evil that is deadlier than Covid-19?

Twelve (12) days is too long to demand better living conditions?

For a government that has continued to let down her youths and citizens, 12 days was a distraction, 12 days they would have spent applying for unnecessary loans, looting and laundering public funds.

I bet the recycled Politicians are not happy and afraid that the Nigerian youths have woken up. They are jittery because the issue making the headlines is not about BBNAIJA or the Premier League but #ENDSARS, #ENDBADGOVERNANCE and calls to cut down the allowances of the Nigerian Senators.

Some of them double as former Governors receiving outrageous salaries from multiple sources. These are the same people who are forcing Nigerian University Lecturers to enrol for IPPIS in the guise of checking multiple payments. Their hypocrisy stinks to the heavens.

Without a prior plan, the peaceful protesters showed leadership, resourcefulness and accountability. Rather than offer these protesters protection, the government authorities for reasons best known to them let hoodlums and thugs on the loose.

The Nigerian government could not provide commendable leadership for 12 days, just as they haven’t in decades. The protesters demanded good Governance, they were declared enemies of the state, shot at and killed.

If the curfew imposed by the Lagos State government has achieved anything, it is bloodletting, trauma and negative history; an outcome that underscores a failure of leadership.


I salute the courage and bravery of all the young men and women who put their lives on the line to protest peacefully and demand responsible leadership.

There is a lot that must end in Nigeria;
#ENDSARS
#ENDQUOTASYSTEM
#ENDCORRUPTION
#ENDNEPOTISM
#ENDRECYCLED&FAILEDLEADERS

Most importantly, in the election year (2023), the Nigerian Youths must come out en-masse to vote out recycled leaders who continue to see Nigeria as a cash cow.

May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercies of God rest in Peace.
Politics / Re: Minutes Before The Lekki Tollgate Shooting On Tuesday by Appswheel(m): 11:37am On Oct 21
omostar:
But why didn't they just obey the cirfew and go home before deadline? This is just so sad.

12 DAYS OF PROTESTS AND FAILED LEADERSHIP

A protest that lasted for twelve (12) days is too long? You argue that the protesters had made their points or they ought to have settled for dialogue/negotiations with the government?

Do you realize that the protest was a call for good governance and better living conditions for all Nigerians?

The evils that the #EndSARS protesters dared to confront are deadlier than the Covid-19 Pandemic. At the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the entire nation was on lockdown. Did we not sit at home for months?

Bad Governance and leadership are bigger threats to our existence as a nation. Can we count the number of lives lost daily to bad Governance? Twelve (12) days is too long to fight a virus and evil that is deadlier than Covid-19?

Twelve (12) days is too long to demand better living conditions?

For a government that has continued to let down her youths and citizens, 12 days was a distraction, 12 days they would have spent applying for unnecessary loans, looting and laundering public funds.

I bet the recycled Politicians are not happy and afraid that the Nigerian youths have woken up. They are jittery because the issue making the headlines is not about BBNAIJA or the Premier League but #ENDSARS, #ENDBADGOVERNANCE and calls to cut down the allowances of the Nigerian Senators.

Some of them double as former Governors receiving outrageous salaries from multiple sources. These are the same people who are forcing Nigerian University Lecturers to enrol for IPPIS in the guise of checking multiple payments. Their hypocrisy stinks to the heavens.

Without a prior plan, the peaceful protesters showed leadership, resourcefulness and accountability. Rather than offer these protesters protection, the government authorities for reasons best known to them let hoodlums and thugs on the loose.

The Nigerian government could not provide commendable leadership for 12 days, just as they haven’t in decades. The protesters demanded good Governance, they were declared enemies of the state, shot at and killed.

If the curfew imposed by the Lagos State government has achieved anything, it is bloodletting, trauma and negative history; an outcome that underscores a failure of leadership.


I salute the courage and bravery of all the young men and women who put their lives on the line to protest peacefully and demand responsible leadership.

There is a lot that must end in Nigeria;
#ENDSARS
#ENDQUOTASYSTEM
#ENDCORRUPTION
#ENDNEPOTISM
#ENDRECYCLED&FAILEDLEADERS

Most importantly, in the election year (2023), the Nigerian Youths must come out en-masse to vote out recycled leaders who continue to see Nigeria as a cash cow.

May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercies of God rest in Peace.
Politics / Re: EndSARS: What Lekki Looks Like This Morning, Properties Destroyed (Video, Photos by Appswheel(m): 11:34am On Oct 21
12 DAYS OF PROTESTS AND FAILED LEADERSHIP

A protest that lasted for twelve (12) days is too long? You argue that the protesters had made their points or they ought to have settled for dialogue/negotiations with the government?

Do you realize that the protest was a call for good governance and better living conditions for all Nigerians?

The evils that the #EndSARS protesters dared to confront are deadlier than the Covid-19 Pandemic. At the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the entire nation was on lockdown. Did we not sit at home for months?

Bad Governance and leadership are bigger threats to our existence as a nation. Can we count the number of lives lost daily to bad Governance? Twelve (12) days is too long to fight a virus and evil that is deadlier than Covid-19?

Twelve (12) days is too long to demand better living conditions?

For a government that has continued to let down her youths and citizens, 12 days was a distraction, 12 days they would have spent applying for unnecessary loans, looting and laundering public funds.

I bet the recycled Politicians are not happy and afraid that the Nigerian youths have woken up. They are jittery because the issue making the headlines is not about BBNAIJA or the Premier League but #ENDSARS, #ENDBADGOVERNANCE and calls to cut down the allowances of the Nigerian Senators.

Some of them double as former Governors receiving outrageous salaries from multiple sources. These are the same people who are forcing Nigerian University Lecturers to enrol for IPPIS in the guise of checking multiple payments. Their hypocrisy stinks to the heavens.

Without a prior plan, the peaceful protesters showed leadership, resourcefulness and accountability. Rather than offer these protesters protection, the government authorities for reasons best known to them let hoodlums and thugs on the loose.

The Nigerian government could not provide commendable leadership for 12 days, just as they haven’t in decades. The protesters demanded good Governance, they were declared enemies of the state, shot at and killed.

If the curfew imposed by the Lagos State government has achieved anything, it is bloodletting, trauma and negative history; an outcome that underscores a failure of leadership.


I salute the courage and bravery of all the young men and women who put their lives on the line to protest peacefully and demand responsible leadership.

There is a lot that must end in Nigeria;
#ENDSARS
#ENDQUOTASYSTEM
#ENDCORRUPTION
#ENDNEPOTISM
#ENDRECYCLED&FAILEDLEADERS

Most importantly, in the election year (2023), the Nigerian Youths must come out en-masse to vote out recycled leaders who continue to see Nigeria as a cash cow.

May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercies of God rest in Peace.

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Politics / 12 Days Of Protests And Failed Leadership by Appswheel(m): 10:33am On Oct 21
A protest that lasted for twelve (12) days is too long? You argue that the protesters had made their points or they ought to have settled for dialogue/negotiations with the government?

Do you realize that the protest was a call for good governance and better living conditions for all Nigerians?

The evils that the #EndSARS protesters dared to confront are deadlier than the Covid-19 Pandemic. At the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the entire nation was on lockdown. Did we not sit at home for months?

Bad Governance and leadership are bigger threats to our existence as a nation. Can we count the number of lives lost daily to bad Governance? Twelve (12) days is too long to fight a virus and evil that is deadlier than Covid-19?

Twelve (12) days is too long to demand better living conditions?

For a government that has continued to let down her youths and citizens, 12 days was a distraction, 12 days they would have spent applying for unnecessary loans, looting and laundering public funds.

I bet the recycled Politicians are not happy and afraid that the Nigerian youths have woken up. They are jittery because the issue making the headlines is not about BBNAIJA or the Premier League but #ENDSARS, #ENDBADGOVERNANCE and calls to cut down the allowances of the Nigerian Senators.

Some of them double as former Governors receiving outrageous salaries from multiple sources. These are the same people who are forcing Nigerian University Lecturers to enrol for IPPIS in the guise of checking multiple payments. Their hypocrisy stinks to the heavens.

Without a prior plan, the peaceful protesters showed leadership, resourcefulness and accountability. Rather than offer these protesters protection, the government authorities for reasons best known to them let hoodlums and thugs on the loose.

The Nigerian government could not provide commendable leadership for 12 days, just as they haven’t in decades. The protesters demanded good Governance, they were declared enemies of the state, shot at and killed.

If the curfew imposed by the Lagos State government has achieved anything, it is bloodletting, trauma and negative history; an outcome that underscores a failure of leadership.


I salute the courage and bravery of all the young men and women who put their lives on the line to protest peacefully and demand responsible leadership.

There is a lot that must end in Nigeria;
#ENDSARS
#ENDQUOTASYSTEM
#ENDCORRUPTION
#ENDNEPOTISM
#ENDRECYCLED&FAILEDLEADERS

Most importantly, in the election year (2023), the Nigerian Youths must come out en-masse to vote out recycled leaders who continue to see Nigeria as a cash cow.

May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercies of God rest in Peace.
Politics / Re: Gunshots At Lekki Toll Gate As Security Agents Attack EndSARS Protesters by Appswheel(m): 9:23pm On Oct 20
360degreess:
I knew it will lead to that. After SARS was disbanded, I said the protest should be stopped and we should wait to see what they govt will do afterwards. But some frustrated people on nairaland were attacking me. Miscreants are attacking and frustrating innocent citizens on the streets, raping women, stealing from people shops etc all in the name of protest. . But some cowards are supporting them.
Now that the govt wants to deploy soldiers, I challenge all the noise makers on nairaland to go and protest. Let's see if they will come back and type nonsense..


I understand everyone has a right to free speech and expression. However, I think we should salute everyone despite the risk to their lives, who dare to ask for a better Nigeria not by carrying guns but through a peaceful protest.

The supposed hijack of the protest by thugs and hoodlums is clearly a failure of government. It is not so difficult to differentiate peaceful and unarmed protesters from hoodlums. If the police were out there protecting the protesters, the hoodlums will not have their way.

Labeling peaceful protesters as thugs, hoodlums and criminals is the height of wickedness.

That we do not all have the courage to be on the frontline like the brave and patroitic Nigerians should not be a yardstick to call them names.

Without being told, I can tell that some of these young men and women have had firsthand experience of the evils of the Nigerian government and her representatives. For some of them, to die is better than to live in Nigeria.

You think they should settle for the negotiation table; which negotiation table do you refer? You need to dig deeper to offer a superior advise.

After decades of catastrophic governance, settling for negotiation at this time is a solution? This is clearly the reason why some section of the citizenry are advised to "gbenudake" (keep quite) as things unfold.

Nigeria may not be worth dying for, however, some brave young men and women prefer not to be slaves in the hands of thugs, thieves and hoodlums branded leaders.

The protesters are unarmed, they are not hoodlums, they are Patriots.

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Religion / The Role Of The Church In Leadership And Governance by Appswheel(m): 2:37pm On Sep 13
Matthew 5:14-16

14 "You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden.

15 Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.

16 In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven.”

‘Corruption has eaten deep into the fabrics of our nation’ is used to describe the menace that has crippled our nation and is now considered ‘normal’. Being corrupt is a way of life in Nigeria; refusing to partake in corrupt behaviour is considered abnormal in today’s Nigeria.

In the Catholic Church, the fourth Sunday after Easter Celebration is referred to as The Good Shepherd Sunday. The Gospel text of the Good Shepherd Sunday is usually taken from the Gospel of John. John 10:11 reads, “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep”. John 10:10 gives an insight about individuals who are not fit to be shepherds, “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy...”.

We have too many thieves elected into leadership positions in Nigeria. Given that these leaders are mostly Christians and Muslims by faith, the leadership of these religious bodies need to set up a framework to call their members who occupy leadership positions to account.

Christians are often advised to ask the question “What would Jesus do?” in any situation they find themselves. Pastors, Priest and Church leaders need to answer the same question today.

This article is my reflection to the questions, “What would Jesus Do?”, “What would Apostle Paul do?” if they were to be alive as Nigerians at this time. What would Jesus do to call members of his flock who participate in governance to order and account?

For the Christians, the leadership of the Christians Association of Nigeria (CAN) must take the lead and responsibility of creating a framework for her members to adopt.

The word “governance” is derived from the Latin verb “gubernare” or more originally from the Greek word “kubernaein” which means “to steer.” From its etymology, governance refers to the manner of steering or governing, or of directing and controlling, a group of people or a state.

Governance refers to structures and processes that are designed to ensure accountability, transparency, responsiveness, rule of law, stability, equity, inclusiveness, empowerment, and broad-based participation. It assures that corruption is minimized, the views of minorities are taken into account and that the voices of the most vulnerable in the society are heard in decision-making. It is also responsive to the present and future needs of society.

Leadership is a critical ingredient of good governance. The effect of a great leader is transformational, the ability to bring out the best in others for the greater good of all. Leaders instill a sense of moral and social responsibility into their every activity and help build communities of common ideas and ideologies. Leadership is leading from the front.

How can the Church help to rescue Nigerians from poor leadership? My suggestions are the following:

1. Every Church should set up a Leadership/Accountability Unit. One of their responsibilities will include keeping track of members who occupy leadership position with a view to monitoring their activities and contributions while providing reports to the church leadership and recommending these individuals for commendation or retribution.

2. Churches should organize bi-yearly Governance/Leadership retreats for their members who occupy leadership position. Attendance should be made compulsory and attendees should be made to give an account of their performance in office.

3. Church leaders should regularly write commendation or retribution letters to their members who occupy leadership position.

4. Serving public leaders should not be invited to launching events as Chief Launcher or other related titles that will put pressure on them to donate huge sums of money to the church

5. Special seats or recognition should not be accorded any church member because they occupy a public office

Not minding the passage of the Freedom of Information Bill (FoI), certain information that is important to civil societies and members of the public are kept secret. This information should be obtained from representatives who are members of the body of Christ. Isn’t this what being Christ-like is about?

Church leaders must not fail to remind their flocks, particularly those occupying leadership position, about their responsibility to be the light of the world, to bear good fruits. In describing the Good Shepherd in John 10, Jesus paints the picture of leaders who care deeply for those entrusted to their care, whose actions are sacrificial and not selfish.

The Church cannot afford to look away anymore. The time has come for the Church to wage war against her members who occupy leadership roles and bear evil fruits or no fruits. If need be, the church should excommunicate those who refuse to repent from their evil ways.

There has been too much darkness in our public institutions that one wonders if there are no Children of God there to shine the light of Christ. The body of Christ undoubtedly has a role to play in salvaging the catastrophic leadership situation that is the bane of the Nigerian nation.
Politics / Re: What's Exactly Stopping Nigeria From Having 24/7 Electricity? by Appswheel(m): 5:16pm On Sep 06
Emyogalanya:
What exactly do nigerians need power for ? Where are the so called industries ? When ever you hear people shout "up nepa" the next you will hear is them don bring light make i go house. Is there any factory inside thier homes ? Its film they want to go and watch. I've seen children of school age saying "up nepa, make i go house" and i ask them what do you want go do with the light the response is always: make i go watch film na. In our days when u hear "up nepa" , you see siblings trying to out run each other to iron their school uniforms. You see neighbours who have no electric iron rushing to borrow pressing iron from any where. But these days its film , bb9ja and the rest. Most can't re call when last they iron their cloths such a shame of a people
I am trying to understand your comment. It's quite naive and innocent.

Stable electricity will play an important role in attracting investors to critical areas of the economy.

Not minding what you think, there are millions of SMEs that depends on electricity to deliver their products and services.

Agree or Not, stable electric will put Nigeria on the path of growth. And birth new industries.

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Politics / Re: What's Exactly Stopping Nigeria From Having 24/7 Electricity? by Appswheel(m): 5:11pm On Sep 06
WAKE ME UP

Can we hold a summit where the Past Head of States, Presidents and Ministers who are still alive from Nigeria's Independence to date give an account of their stewardship, a summary of their core achievements? This is with a view to discover the missing link, where and when we got it all wrong – Water, Education, Power, Agriculture, Health, Manufacturing, National Institutions.

When was the last time you watched a Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Programme, was there any noticeable improvement from what you have known it to be?

Did Nigeria ever show the promise of a great nation? As an optimist, I sometimes struggle to see how the Nigeria of my dreams will be birthed. The late erudite Professor, Pius Adesanmi once wrote that the reason why he published articles on the Nigerian state was for Archeology purposes, to show that not all Nigerians looked away when her leaders showed no vision and sailed with the wind. It is the same with this article, it is to register my displeasure on how our Nation is being run.

The reality of the Nigerian state is best described as a Nightmare. How did we end up being represented by ill-equipped and self-serving individuals? To use the current leadership as an example, how did a supposed Integrity hero manage to head a government whose legacies reek of corruption and corrupt practices?

How did successive generations manage to sow discord and hate in their young? A visit to the politics thread on Nairaland (Nigeria's most visited online forum) reveals the deep hatred the Igbos and the Yorubas have for one another.

For how long will Nigeria remain a bad dream? The realities of Covid-19 forced our leaders to have a taste of their evil deeds; some of them did not survive the border closure. Ironically, the typical Nigerian politician will not learn any lesson from the COVID experience. They are waiting for COVID to pass and get back to their normal way of life. A letter recently credited to the First Lady, after her return from a medical-related trip confirms this position.

If the Nigerian story was a movie, the scriptwriter would have won multiple awards for documenting a brilliant horror story and the actors recognized for a flawless show of evil, ruthlessness and terror – with exception to a few actors.

The Major political parties are structured to present undesirable candidates for elective positions, leaving the electorate a hard job of choosing between the devil and the deep blue sea. Our electoral laws and set up makes it difficult for private candidates to have any chance at the polls.

For a long time, our education system remains on life support. This is not for a lack of Educational Policies, but a lack of implementation and leadership. The realities of COVID-19 underscore the importance of ICT Infrastructure to support blended learning. These infrastructures are non-existent in our tertiary institutions, needless to say in the public Secondary and Primary institutions.

Undoubtedly, we need a revolution to birth the Nigeria of our dreams. Be part of this revolution by being a good leader and citizen in whatever position you find yourself. Do not abuse your office; use your influence for the common good. Lead from the front; be accountable and transparent in your dealings. More importantly, a critical mass of the Nigerian Stakeholders must come together to set up mechanisms to engage and hold our leaders to account across board – at the Local, State and Federal levels.

The tragedy of the Nigerian nation is one of leadership, men and women best described as mediocre with no moral pedigree continue to dominate and dictate how our nation is run. Their strategy is simple but it continues to work, to ride on the people and divide them along the fault lines of ethnicity and religion whilst plundering our national and collective wealth.

Nigeria has been a bad dream and Nightmare.

Please, Wake me up. Wake me up.

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Politics / Wake Me Up - A Call For Revolution by Appswheel(m): 9:47pm On Aug 28
WAKE ME UP

Can we hold a summit where the Past Head of States, Presidents and Ministers who are still alive from Nigeria's Independence to date give an account of their stewardship, a summary of their core achievements? This is with a view to discover the missing link, where and when we got it all wrong – Water, Education, Power, Agriculture, Health, Manufacturing, National Institutions.

When was the last time you watched a Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Programme, was there any noticeable improvement from what you have known it to be?

Did Nigeria ever show the promise of a great nation? As an optimist, I sometimes struggle to see how the Nigeria of my dreams will be birthed. The late erudite Professor, Pius Adesanmi once wrote that the reason why he published articles on the Nigerian state was for Archeology purposes, to show that not all Nigerians looked away when her leaders showed no vision and sailed with the wind. It is the same with this article, it is to register my displeasure on how our Nation is being run.

The reality of the Nigerian state is best described as a Nightmare. How did we end up being represented by ill-equipped and self-serving individuals? To use the current leadership as an example, how did a supposed Integrity hero manage to head a government whose legacies reek of corruption and corrupt practices?

How did successive generations manage to sow discord and hate in their young? A visit to the politics thread on Nairaland (Nigeria's most visited online forum) reveals the deep hatred the Igbos and the Yorubas have for one another.

For how long will Nigeria remain a bad dream? The realities of Covid-19 forced our leaders to have a taste of their evil deeds; some of them did not survive the border closure. Ironically, the typical Nigerian politician will not learn any lesson from the COVID experience. They are waiting for COVID to pass and get back to their normal way of life. A letter recently credited to the First Lady, after her return from a medical-related trip confirms this position.

If the Nigerian story was a movie, the scriptwriter would have won multiple awards for documenting a brilliant horror story and the actors recognized for a flawless show of evil, ruthlessness and terror – with exception to a few actors.

The Major political parties are structured to present undesirable candidates for elective positions, leaving the electorate a hard job of choosing between the devil and the deep blue sea. Our electoral laws and set up makes it difficult for private candidates to have any chance at the polls.

For a long time, our education system remains on life support. This is not for a lack of Educational Policies, but a lack of implementation and leadership. The realities of COVID-19 underscore the importance of ICT Infrastructure to support blended learning. These infrastructures are non-existent in our tertiary institutions, needless to say in the public Secondary and Primary institutions.

Undoubtedly, we need a revolution to birth the Nigeria of our dreams. Be part of this revolution by being a good leader and citizen in whatever position you find yourself. Do not abuse your office; use your influence for the common good. Lead from the front; be accountable and transparent in your dealings. More importantly, a critical mass of the Nigerian Stakeholders must come together to set up mechanisms to engage and hold our leaders to account across board – at the Local, State and Federal levels.

The tragedy of the Nigerian nation is one of leadership, men and women best described as mediocre with no moral pedigree continue to dominate and dictate how our nation is run. Their strategy is simple but it continues to work, to ride on the people and divide them along the fault lines of ethnicity and religion whilst plundering our national and collective wealth.

Nigeria has been a bad dream and Nightmare.

Please, Wake me up. Wake me up.
Education / Re: Universities Presenting Names Of Dead Staff To Collect Salaries, FG Alleges by Appswheel(m): 8:03pm On May 19
Politics / Re: Why We Extended Lockdown By 2 Weeks - Boss Mustapha by Appswheel(m): 6:56pm On May 19
Agriculture / Re: FG Targets Five Million Jobs From €995m Agric Programme by Appswheel(m): 3:47pm On May 19
It is unfortunate that our government mostly operate like a scam and directionless organisation.

The Agriculture component of Npower they created, how have they fared...? the so-called loan they gave to market women anchored by the Vice President.. what has become of it?

The insincerity of our leaders and public office holders is the bane of our country.
Agriculture / Re: FG Targets Five Million Jobs From €995m Agric Programme by Appswheel(m): 3:20pm On May 19
Career / Re: Enquiries: Chartered Institute Of Personnel Management [CIPM] Membership by Appswheel(m): 10:23am On May 19
Emzeymanuel11:
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Politics / Re: Buhari Extends Gradual Ease Of Lockdown In Lagos, Abuja, Ogun By 2 Weeks by Appswheel(m): 4:31pm On May 18
I am most concerned about the education of our children who are at home. Till date, the efforts put in place by the Education Ministry is below par and shows a lack of empathy to teachers in the private sector.


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Politics / Re: Lagos Considers Full Re-opening Of Economy, Embarks On Assessment Of Readiness by Appswheel(m): 10:04pm On May 17

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Politics / Re: Buhari To Address The Nation On Monday by Appswheel(m): 10:03pm On May 17
sad sad sad grin sad

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Health / Re: What's The First Thing You Will Do After The COVID-19 Pandemic? by Appswheel(m): 4:21pm On May 16
It will really be great to be FREE again. Free to shake hands, to sneeze..... without being a suspect.

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Politics / Re: Lockdown: LASG Explains Reason Behind Social Media Poll by Appswheel(m): 6:17am On May 16

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