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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

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52 comments:

  1. True, what a fucked up country we live in.







    *hangs leg on the cupboard*

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    1. If u fink abt the stress it takes to plant cassava (clear d land, put d cassava sticks in d ground, apply chicken droppings, water it, apply fertilizer, etc) den wait a year + for it to be ready for sale and a thief will just come and carry it. Infact dey deserve more beatings. Don't steal frm d poor, if u wan thief go bank!

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  2. That's why it is good not to be a petty thief!...
    If you wanna steal,steal correct something!...

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    1. Lol..
      Come to think of it, someone planted that cassava with their sweat, and probably bought the piece of land with their money. So if the steal bags of cassava, what happens to the owner?

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    2. Hahaha.in other words if you wan chop frog,chop the one wey get egg.
      The rich that the poster is talking about steal billions. When they get to court,they bribe the judge and are set free.

      Who cassava epp,una be Teckno?

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    3. @shantelle Teckno so cracked me up

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  3. That's the country we live in...mtchwwm. But why will they steal ordinary cassava

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  4. So sad. What an odd world, there ain't no justice on earth.

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  5. Oh my dirty mind, each time I hear cassava I keep thinking about the other one.

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    1. Ada! Are you sex starved? Sure you are. Do yourself a favour and get a dick to service your V2 engine before it knocks engine.

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  6. what a pity. I felt for them. It is only poor people that can melt injustice to poor people. shame on them.

    Poor on poor

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  7. They stole from poor people and deserve the punishment they got.They should go and steal from the politicians instead

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  8. Choi!!
    Poverty Na bastard
    Just negodu

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  9. Na teckno cause this matter ooo!

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  10. That's nigeria for you.
    God will help us.

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  11. Enter your comment...True though

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  12. When are we going to be sensible?

    They av 'big' thieves stealing their money but can't say a word yet they r fast in carrying out jungle justice.


    Mtchewww

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  13. What jungle justice has been done to those stealing naija money in millions and billions. Na poor people dey suffer pass

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  14. ..... Because from cassava, they will graduate and get a Bsc in breaking into people's home. from there apply for their masters and start kidnapping. before you know it, they will get Phd in killing innocent victims.

    I don't support jungle justices but i don't feel for them.

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    1. Hehehe... You said it all. It is well

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    2. You know this! It starts with stealing of cassava and the escalates.. Anyone caught stealing should face the law! Not jungle justice.

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  15. Eyaah, wetin hunger no go cause, sad much!!! Lord, we need your healing hands on Nigeria, please heal our land.

    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  17. And it's the dirty poor maggots like peace maker and the delusional lying queen of blogs that will hail the rich thieves. Later they will come under anon to beg for food

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    1. Calling them such names does not make you any better,make comments but don't call people ugly names. Only ugly people do that.

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  18. Small thief
    Big thief

    All are the same
    I've no pity for them.

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  19. Nigerians are like that,daft nd mostly stupid

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  20. Stealing is wrong on all levels. Having said that,jungle justice is barbaric,we have laws and security operatives in the land.

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  21. Thats how its always been..
    Tell the poor to quit stealing then,seeing as they get jungle justice.
    A thief is a thief,be it cassava or gold.

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  22. Singing Tope Alabi's aye le for them "all".

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  23. Choo life isnt fair ,only in Niger sha

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  24. No, I don't Support this. It's just foodstuff na, who knows how severe the hunger pangs were?
    But I support jungle justice to the idiots who break into your house and threaten you with a gun or knife

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    1. Jungle justice is bad. It should be banned.but I don't support stealing no matter how bad the hunger pangs were.why can't the hunger pang drive them to work site to mix cement and get paid?

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  25. Sad, no one should be above the law. 😒

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  26. And Fayose and obanikoro are there walking freely.

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    1. Likewise Tinubu, Fashola,Ameachi,Fayemi, Dambazzua, Burutai... The list is endless.

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    2. Likewise Tinubu, Fashola,Ameachi,Fayemi, Dambazzua, Burutai... The list is endless.

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  27. And they main thieves are still in power

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