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Friday, 13 January 2017

Occupy Cbn Protest Ongoing In Abuja



The #occupycnb protest is being carried out by members of a socio-economic group in Abuja.The members are said to be protesting against the recent price hike of commodities in the market due to the current CBN monetary policies.








34 comments:

  1. Abeg they should protest very well bcos things av gotten out of hand in this naija

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  2. Can't cbn print enough money and share to the masses *in Indiami's voice*

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    1. ....You think its that easy??? We dnt print our money in naija...we pay to get our notes printed...

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    2. Printing money? With inflation at 18.48%?

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  3. Only God can save us in Nigeria

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  4. Foolish government. They should occupy Aso Rock too

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  5. Exclusive----- So funny every news is exclusive now, Tonto dikeh's news that SDK gave us hot yesterday afternoon, someone brought it around 8PM and wrote exclusive. And all the person story of today is labeled exclusive so so funny. Stella keeping soaring high anything from here is right from the oven.

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    1. Lol i thought i was the only one that noticed. That blog dey struggle no be small

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  6. Let's just occupy Nigeria until this government goes. This suffering is too much. Kai

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  7. Let's just occupy Nigeria until this government goes. This suffering is too much. Kai

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  8. Thank God I didn't go to work today. They would have been creating unnecessary nuisance at the office.

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  9. Na now day break for una eye? Make una go Sidon for dirty. What about kerosene that now sells for #400 a litre? You people should go and occupy Aso rock then we will know, you people are serious. Ponkom

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  10. Why are people saying you people? Are they not everyday Nigerians like us too? Abi this price hike never reach una side? It should be well planned so that everybody will partake. It's time we learn how to stand up for ourselves mbok. Yeye government.

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    1. It's easier said than done...Everyone would agree to join in the protest...next up ...they start withdrawing wen the gov't uses money to over shadow thier mouth..

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  11. Mm.. nice one o. This suffering is too much. Especially food items. But what I don't understand is why will things that have nothing to do with dollars keep rising. Like red oil. About two months ago, my hus bought 5 liters of red oil for 1,200 in calabar, dunno the part though, but here in Abuja at dat time, they sell for 3k. So many things like dat. I think we Nigerians ourselves have our own wahala. Apart from our confused government. I'm confused too o. May God help us.

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    1. Because people that sale palm "oyel" and the other things also buys those things that are dollar dependent.

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    2. My dear, it is even cheaper over there. Here in lagos, a big schnapp bottle goes for N750, Eva big bottle is 1,500.
      In GEJ's time I used to buy 5ltrs N1,200 and yet people called him clueless. Jonah didn't do half of these before them occupy the whole of Nigeria...
      It is well

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  12. No be only occupyCBN na occupy buhari.

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  13. Everything in d MKT is expensive. Baby's food is d worst

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  14. So funny, even always is becoming difficult to get for the Ladies.



    God have mercy





    Mc pinky

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  15. How will this change anything? They should eliminate black market and make official rate available to everybody through banks. So far as pple continue to depend on BM for fx, everything will stay expensive and inflated. Why should we be talking about dollar at 500 when officially if is 305? Only pple with connections and government officials have access to that low rate

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    1. It still falls back to the greedy politicians...who created the black market??? Its greediness...i buy dollar at 300 from the bank...then i sell at 400 to bereau de change mehn...TF you expect???

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    2. BM can never be eliminated...Cause thats like stopping the importation of generators...

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  16. Fools who don't read, only pray and still full of sins, who never try to do any of the 10 commandments. Where were they when PDP was doing the damage that brought Nigeria to this near death crisis?

    Its Jonathan's, wife, the ministers' stealing that brought Nigeria to its knees.

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    1. Blaming can never fix 🇳🇬... Enough of that mehn...

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  17. People are hungry.
    They should go to House of Assembly or even Aso ROck gate/road.
    Mr Clueless President is not saying anything.

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  18. Buhari and his sawdust brain ministers are a bunch of clueless and incompetent mofos. Since forever, Nigerians have been telling our president to reshuffle his cabinet and remove some deadwood ministers but no......his ears are out of service......smh

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