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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Senate To Ban Street Begging

The Senate on Tuesday described street begging as a menace that is embarrassing the country.




It therefore began a move to enact a law that will make street begging illegal.
The lawmaker representing Bauchi-Central Senatorial District, Senator Isah Hamma Misau, while moving a motion titled, ‘Menace of Street Begging and the Need to Rehabilitate Beggars,’ expressed concern over the spate of street begging and nuisance it constitutes on the streets of city centres across the country.

“Though street begging is a global urban problem, the situation in Nigeria appears intractable and overwhelming, as beggars are now found everywhere, especially at motor parks, religious centres, road junctions, venue of ceremonies and other public places,” he said.


According to Misau, beggars were persons with physical and mental challenges or grossly indigent in the past.

“In recent times, there appear to be a new vogue of beggars in town, derisively known as corporate beggars, who take advantage of the sympathy of the society for the less privileged to remain jobless and at times perpetrate crimes in the name of street begging,” the senator noted.

Punch cullage.


*This senate sef..lol






49 comments:

  1. Corporate begging is even worse than street begging. Security men and gatemen will keep begging like their lives depend on it. Its so embarrassing, meanwhile they are working for their own money oh.

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    1. The security women here can beg every living being. I hate to see it happens, but they are underpaid

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    2. I don't even answer those goats, those security guys that beg, another one is those abc transport poters,they can beg arrogantly, stupid set of peeps, I wonder why the Nneji bothers have refused to caution their porters in abc transport

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    3. Immigration and all those airport staff are the worse!...

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    4. Welcomed development if it will work!

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    5. Ideato they are paid what is underpaid,they have no right to beg, Linda the airport own is the worst,those airport security workers and immigration,and they r thieves too

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  2. You think these people like to beg?
    The failure of the system has made these people to realize the merits of begging and would refuse it cos uts very lucrative

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  3. Lmao. The headline alone got me laughing. Ahahah

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  4. While I agree with their argument I think it'll be almost impossible to eradicate street begging. How do they intend to tackle the beggars colony for example?

    It's an institution on its own and I doubt very much that any government can stop those people. They have associations and they will not agree to any other means of livelihood. Their children are born into the colony and they take up the begging mantle. They know nothing else but begging.

    My only concern are the thieves who disguise as beggars to rob unsuspecting victims in traffic. For this reason alone I support the motion.

    OK bye

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  5. The roof is leaking yet you think changing the locks will settle everything... No no, it doesn't work that way.

    You guys should work on the economy, once its value has been reinstated, then taming the nature of begging in this country would be so easy.

    You can't be running and be scratching your anus at the same time, pick a struggle. Either you work on the Economy or you let the masses fend for themselves.

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    1. I imagined running and scratching the anus and the picture was just too funny

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    2. Chai i just remembered the late Sam loco. That was one of my favorite proverbs from him. Rest well sir.






      *hangs leg on The cupboard*

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  6. Irrelevant things


    Stella have you heard of the proposed increment in the price of PMS???

    Clueless govt,,,, I think a revolution will be next, Nigerians wouldn't take it

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    1. Haaaa, CHANGE ti fe pa wa ooooo. Which way forward.
      Some are stealing billions, while some can't even feed.
      I remember this Book Animal farm. "Four legs good Two legs better".

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  7. Hmmmm..... Hope they will then provide for them?


    Wel... Am just asking

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    1. Thank you!! Its not by banning them from the streets,wee they ban them and abandon them to commit suicide?? These people don't know what priority is,is it only in this country we have beggars?? Please abeg! these ones wee sit where they are and be stealing money not knowing or caring what the masses are going through ,mtcheew



      Allergic to bullshite

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  8. Hmmmm..... Hope they will then provide for them?


    Wel... Am just asking

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  9. Like say they provided jobs for them after looting our national cake Sighs!!

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  10. They should do something for them now...most of them are the breadwinners of their respective families... In other countries, they make provisions for the less privilege... My two cent

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  11. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE. THEY HAVE REFUSED TO LET NIGERIANS EAT BY WITHHOLDING MONEY AND LETTING THEM GO HUNGRY. THEY HAVE MADE SURE THAT NOTHING IS WORKING IN NIGERIA FOR THE COMMON MAN AGAIN AND HAVE TURNED THEM TO BEGGARS.NOW THEY WANT TO DENY THEM THAT CHANCE. WELL, I BLAME THOSE THAT VOTED THESE HEARTLESS HUMANS INTO OFFICE WHETHER APC OR PDP.

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  12. Oh thank God cos all the beggers on SDK will be affected....beggy beggy lots

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  13. Great news,begging is so irritating the ones on this blog irritate me more.

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  14. Yes, the rate of beggers in Nigeria is alarming and something should be done; but I expect more from senate. Have they actually thought about why these people beg? They should think of how to create job opportunities for beggers so they can leave the streets instead of just sending them away like that. How would they feed their families, esp in this trying times...
    Although most of these beggers are lazy and would rather sit down and beg than work.
    Na Wa!

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    1. My dear those Hausa people beg because they can. They should be sent out of the roads ASAP

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    1. Any better plans for them???
      Yeye goverment!

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  16. Dear Nigerian Senate

    On behalf of Reasonable Blog visitors, we appeal the Proposed ban be annulled.

    We are currently battling with the high rate of beggars on our blog. If this ban pulls through it will propel some beggars to acquire cheap browsing phones, thereby increasing the number of beggars on here.

    In a situation where we have more beggars to reasonable commenters on a blog, there'll be chaos.

    Please leave the street beggars on the street or create a haven for them.

    Yours Faithfully,
    IDL on behalf of SDK reasonable blog visitors

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    1. OmgπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒthis my sister no well!
      Have a sweet day!

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    2. Lol...you really care for White berry. WhiteBerry should be made chairlady of beggars association.

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  17. Useless senate, why won't people beg. When they don't have other means of livelihood.

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  18. Dem for kukuma commot the word begging from dictionary nah......

    Menace indeed!
    Instead of thinking on better ways to improve the standard of living in the country

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  19. Those Hausa beggers are the most annoying set of people. Their mum or guide normally brings them to Lekki phase 1 gate, sits at a corner eating anything that passes and making calls while laughing away, while the little kids beg under the sun from bus stop to the gate without rest. Those ones should be proved.

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  20. in as much as measures will be put in place to provide other means of livelihood for the beggars, I don't have a problem with the banishment, but if otherwise the senate will only increase the crime rate nationwide, because the beggars will need to survive. Good morning people...

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  21. Clueless senators.
    Y nt create opportunities before d ban?
    Who likes to beg anywy?

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  22. Abc transport boss, caution your porters,their begging is so ridiculous.

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  23. Una no well why won't they beg, when you people have hijacked everything. People are even stealing pots of food from the fire now, once you go inside to get salt or seasoning, alele to your food. May God help us all. Amen

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  24. We have beggars roaming the streets because of the chronic persistent corruption by the same political elite...

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  25. This is the most clueless government ever, maybe at Some point this bill would come in handy, but for now, do the needful, there are other important decisions that'll determine the future of this country to be made... why not take it a step at a time, with a good scale of preference? Well.. I give up on this country mehnn

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  26. I can't imagine the begger they cut the other day and she boldly said begging is a lucrative business

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  27. STELLA PLS ALSO STOP THE STYLISH BEGGING HERE. IT IS OUTRAGEOUS

    Q

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