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Sunday, August 07, 2016

Oyo State First Lady Honours Police Officer Spotted Controlling Traffic In The Rain.

Honoured for controlling traffic in the rain...





Great news but in these day and time,isnt it time that traffic lights are put in place?
Is it the job of the Nigerian police to control traffic?

Those honouring should please look into this.



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    1. Why would her husband use money to do traffic light when her daughter buys one single dress for over 1 million Naira? Her daughter also carries an Hermes Crocodile bag that cost $60,000 (which is about 24 million Naira). Only in Nigeria will a Governor's daughter that her father couldn't pay salaries flaunts such an expensive lifestyle. I remember how Michelle Obama was attacked for traveling outside the country with her children for vacation during the recession time despite using her own personal money and she didn't use a private jet. Same applies to McCain wife dressing too expensive during her husband Presidential campaign

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    2. Why would her husband use money to do traffic light when her daughter buys one single dress for over 1 million Naira? Her daughter also carries an Hermes Crocodile bag that cost $60,000 (which is about 24 million Naira). Only in Nigeria will a Governor's daughter that her father couldn't pay salaries flaunts such an expensive lifestyle. I remember how Michelle Obama was attacked for traveling outside the country with her children for vacation during the recession time despite using her own personal money and she didn't use a private jet. Same applies to McCain wife dressing too expensive during her husband Presidential campaign

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  2. Stella wey the light wey dem wan take power the traffic lights? Most working street lights in Nigeria are powered by generators

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    1. D cash gift according to reports is N2,500

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  3. Good news

    Even if traffic lights are installed in every roads in Nigeria, you will still need law enforcement officers to be on ground to ensure compliance.

    Nigerians hardly obey Law



    #PeterObiForPresident2019

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    1. Peter obi for president ko,paul oluko for governor ni

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  4. Hmmmm..Stella as you analysed this shaa.
    How many of them can control traffic under sun talk more of under rain.
    Yes, she is doing her job but I guess the first lady wana give her more morale to continue doing her job diligently.
    Others might follow suit.

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  5. How cool. Good of her.

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  6. Stella d money for traffic light as bin "padded" now or y forget ni. And if they put d light ao will Liar I mean Lai say them don do employment. Na dat Egun (masquerade) job me dey wait. Egun in suit

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  7. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Many police will start taking pics nw though.....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  8. Traffic light that dey will waste money to do and after 2 months, it will stop working

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  9. Latest promixing training,organic materials,all your 100% skin care products BBM 2B97FEAA Whatsapp 081608453607 August 2016 at 09:13

    You right stella dat shouldn't be d duty of a police officer.anything goes here.

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  10. In a saner society with better amenities, traffic lights should suffice but we don't have enough electricity to go round☹️

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  11. Police assist the yellow fever men. Most times they do it when the traffic is beyond control. Traffic light de Oyo state so?

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    1. There is traffic light in Oyo state but if we don't have police on ground Nigerians won't obey. We see it happening now when people are sure they are not been watched.

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  12. These are the very few that love their jobs. Tomorrow bad belle colleagues will spring up. Meanwhile they were chilaxing in their offices oh.

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  13. So we still have 'yellow fever' in this era? Its an encouragement,though it is what shes been paid to do. I rmmbr NYSC,under the rain or in the sun......

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  14. And why is raincoat not provided for her... what if she gets pneumonia. I think they should warn her instead of praise her. Why work under the rain without a raincoat?

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    1. Warn her instead of praising her? What did u just type? They should praise her and also educate her. Simple

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  15. My dear Stella, help me ask.. There should be traffic lights on every corner.. It's not the work of th police.. Honoring my Anal canal.. Mtchew..

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  16. When the top is clueless, what do you expect from the bottom

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  17. This is naija stella, wake up. Somethings can't just happen till some people kick the bucket.

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  18. Why would her husband use money to do traffic light when her daughter buys one single dress for over 1 million Naira? Her daughter also carries an Hermes Crocodile bag that cost $60,000 (which is about 24 million Naira). Only in Nigeria will a Governor's daughter that her father couldn't pay salaries flaunts such an expensive lifestyle. I remember how Michelle Obama was attacked for traveling outside the country with her children for vacation during the recession time despite using her own personal money and she didn't use a private jet. Same applies to McCain wife dressing too expensive during her husband Presidential campaign

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  19. Am sure u guys dont know that the cash gift presented to the woman is 2500

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  20. Am sure you guys dont know that the cash gift presented to the woman is 2500

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    1. 2500? Or 25k or 250k or 2.5m? Which one?

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  21. @ Anon 12:12 if you read that on instablog9ja it was meant to be a joke.The amount given to her was not disclosed

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