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Sunday, 11 June 2017

Lagos State Govt Declares JUNE 12 Work Free Day

The Lagos State Govt has declared Tomorrow Monday as work free day in recognition of June 12 celebration in the State.



Enjoyment Governor....There is no way he would have missed announcing June 12 as free day..lol



28 comments:

  1. Will children be going to school?

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    1. How do you announce a day before that there's public holiday? Like seriously???
      Does anyone know if banks will be open half day tomorrow?

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    2. Tasty Peppersoup For Events (08182519282)11 June 2017 at 21:50

      Private schools - yes
      Public schools - no

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    3. 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

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    4. I doubt. My sons school bus driver just called to tell me no school tomorrow.then i see everywhere public holiday has been declared. Still waiting for my office HR people to send mails to be sure im not going to work tomorrow. They should better send it

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  2. Osor abiola.


    My mother had to back me and run and to think she was pregnant or so?


    Let me even call her and ask

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    1. How old are you Jasmine? Wow!!!

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    2. 2 cool things, you were brought up in lagos and you are of marriageable age😍, if you aren't already.

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  3. This news is coming late. He should have declared before close of work on Friday as other state governors did. No mail was received from HR as regards to that. Even schools didn't make announcement or notify parents and guardian

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  4. Just heard it does not affect my organization. Some stupid policies sha. Same stupid policy when I put to bed.

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  5. #The things that you say to yourself matter. Enormously*

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  6. Please is it for everybody, before my boss will vex dat I didn't come to office

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  8. D time u hate been a federal staffs

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  9. That's good. Hope the Stay home for Lagosians will be worth it.

    I'm off for tomorrow already so I join to sleep.

    Continue to rest in the Bosom of The Lord, MKO.

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  10. I appreciate the gesture from Lagos state governor. Abiola was important to the Yorubas. However I must mention that all the souls lost by the igbos during the war were important to us also and 30 May should not only be a sit at home but a work free day in all the former Biafran states.

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  11. And they will gleefully obey like it is a national holiday. If na biafra day now some idiots will be abusing igbos. Yadiba nnor! Ogadinma

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    1. Exactly. This was the San thing the igbos did but they thought it was an act of war. We only used that 30th to sit at home as a public holiday on all igbos state in respect of the souls that departed on the 30th of May. But no all insult were thrown at us. Isn't Rhos hypocritical? Besides it's a state holiday, not federal holiday. So who is to say the igbos states can't take holiday? Or we are not allowed to celebrate or remember the dead??

      Seek pracepeace and knowledge

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  12. I wish am in Lagos state to enjoy the work free day, I need some rest.

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  13. When I remember June 12, I remember dis song" on the March again looking for the Man to vote, MKO is our man o". When I remember June 12, I remember oppression ( water run away me eyes) .

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  14. During the 16 years of PDP kleptocracy, the evil kleptocrats refused to recognise June 12 as democracy day. The progressives pressured the then PDP government but were ignored. Now that the APC (which tags itself as a progressive party) in power, one would expect will use its control of the federal government to establish June 12 as the proper democracy day holiday in Nigeria. But of course the APC has been hijacked by the PDP decampees who are gradually destroying the party.

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  15. There are still hold up everywhere. Is that why they did not tell students. saw students going to school this morning when i was going to work.

    Anyway good luck to them. We that are not lagos state workers, make we continue to work na.

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