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Monday, 10 July 2017

Lekki Floods:Toke Makinwa's Ex Maje Ayida Asks Ambode To Return His Tax Money

On Sunday Maje took to his social media handle to lend his voice on the flooding in Lagos.

He condemned the way Nigerians have been making a joke of the situation. He also berates the government for ignoring the plight of the affected residents and asks that the taxes he paid be refunded.




42 comments:

  1. The man is saying the obvious truth.








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    1. Toke well done o you have made this Baba to realise that you have to make money on top the head of anyone that treats you unfairly

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    2. I don't know what about "nature" people don't understand. There is nothing anyone can DO! Know one should be living in lekki in the first place. There is an ocean overflow and it will get worse with time-global warming people???duh- even if the drains were clear and the water flowed into the ocean the sea/lagoon/ocean was already over its limit and it will flow back. Nigerians are fucking stupid or refuses to see logic sometimes. Maje I now realize is ignorant. In fact ambode should increase the tax-do you know how much Lagos as a state is trying to keep up with the constant inflow of people moving in everyday? 86,000 per day move into Lagos. Lekki resident should move to ikorudo per or somewhere. Please make we hear word.

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    3. And while you have stated facts. I disagree that people cannot live in Lekki. People have been living on that axis since forever abeg.
      1. Then there werent this many people obviously and as such less pollution, less trash. Less stress
      2. When people did move there they were just building without a plan. I dare anyone to show me a masyer plan for the areas beyond Lekki phase 1 down to Epe. If you build on a drain or block a canal to build your house errrrr...what do u expect will happen.
      3. People and bad habits of not taking environmemtal sanitation seriously have added to this. We are all blameworthy

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  2. Mehn that flood is one hell of a flood.
    The government needs to do something fast.

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  3. lmao is he dreaming money way don enter hand don enter hand





    #GOAT™

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  4. Yes! Stop collecting tax from us if you can't channel the money towards achieving the right course.

    They'll just keep deducting ones salary that is not even enough all in the name of tax.

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    1. Proudly Anonymous10 July 2017 at 21:07

      The problem is not with tax or no tax.The lion share of the problem lies with the citizens'approach to waste disposal.
      Another factor is the general trend in the environment.If you are conversant with the news,you would have seen the goings on in
      China,India,& a host of other countries.
      Before we rush to the social media to give off pretensions of intelligence,the least we can do is to use the one of the most important gifts the good Lord has blessed us with;the brain.

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  5. LMAO @ Lekki has fallen😂

    Nigerians play too much😂

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  6. The guy is 100% right! People are joking about the life and livelihood of others.

    That area was never meant be a residential area, the reason it was once called Lekki peninsula.

    God help all those affected. So, there's still no emergency services available?

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    1. Exactly... It wasn't meant to be at all. The people that masterminded the sandfilling of those areas don't even live in those areas. Anything that pass vi I can't deal at all.

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  7. Ambode should look at the roads. Babs Animashaun leading to Orile Bus Stop is not good especially at Savage Road. The water there has taken over the roads and it has spoilt much. Ambode come and give us our tax money back.

    I know how much I am paying. Lekki people make una no vex. Enjoy it small

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  8. His actually saying the fact, the government should do something AsAP, so many people were render homeless

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  9. These floods are terrible. Ambode should do something Abeg. He shouldn't even wait till dry season. Alternative drainages can be made while they wait to erect the real one.
    I hope people survive.

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  10. Na wa oh this is too much play for serious issue.

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  11. And Toke's name had to be dragged into the headline. .?
    We know who Maje is , so why use Toke just to make people open and read? Mtchew

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    1. We don't know MAJE

      Who knew MAJE? If not for Toke

      Stop deluding yourself




      @Anonymous Orubebe

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  12. He is stating facts though.. ...Maje, how far now? Are you still living in your late father's house? I know you are as broke as broke




    @Anonymous Orubebe

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    1. One can decide to lives in ones father's house it has nothing to do with being broke. The way we think in Nigeria sigh.

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    2. So living in one's father's house now equal broke?

      At least, you are not the one feeding him.

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    3. Get lost Anonymous 9:50

      He should stop leaving from past glory.. Tell your MAJE that




      @Anonymous Orubebe

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    4. Galore aka anonymous orubebe wats ur problem? If his staying in his father's house hw is it ur fucking bisness? Madam bisness minder!dont go and look for sometin productive to do wit ur miserable pathetic life! Don't go and graduate u hear? Keeping spending 20yrs in school before u graduate! Empty vessel! Gbeborun oshi!

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    5. Maje father is alive and lives in VI not lekki

      God punish you 9.20 for false comment

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    6. @Anonymous Orubebe...it is nobody fault that your father is broke and could not buy you a house.

      Stop hating on those who workedhard and give their kids inheritance ..

      Get off sdk and work hard too

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  13. I could remember sometimes around 2004 when my cousin sent me to go deliver something to her friend who works in Leki, it wasn't fun at all,flood everywhere.
    Now I know why my bro. paid for a new shop,saying that the one he has is always filled with water.
    God will see us through.

    chim_oma a.k.a. Miss Kapusu

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  14. Issa pity! I hope actual action will be taken this time cos its soooo not funny. I really felt for those the flood went as far as making its way into their houses like WTF!🤔

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  15. Government is a joke.

    Now some mainland based dogs and their bones are having opinion on island and peninsular. Sorry o, mind your business. And yes I live on the island, if e vex you, enter canoe and Kom beat me for house!

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  16. I'm glad for the rain. It stopped my husband from paying for a house he has been doing strong head to pay for and I kept saying no. Because the whole of that area was flooded. Some of the houses there had water inside. And the ground level of the one we were suppose to pay for was low so I'm sure water enters

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    1. Lucky you! I'm happy for you.
      Why buy a house when you can actually build yours .

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  17. I don't understand why Toke's name came up here..

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  18. And living in your father's house make's you a broke ass?? SMH. We know who Maje is please, no need mentioning his ex's name thank you. Maje you are 100% on point. #returnourtax.

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  19. some people are crying and someone else is joking, their is flood in Paris did they ask for tax refund?

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  20. some people are crying and someone else is joking, their is flood in Paris did they ask for tax refund?

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  21. When did living in one's father's house become an Insult or a sin? Swerve abeg. My mother is late and i live in her house, come and beat me.

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  22. Let CNN cover this news, you will see Ambode move.

    I warmed my husband about lekki, but he would not listen. I pray we don't experience something more than this in the future.

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  23. Not the fault of the state government. The government keeps clearing the drains and Nigerians continue to turn them into dustbins. We must learn to take responsibility for our failings as citizens. Government can only do so much. 😔

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  24. It actually a blessing for a parent to give a child a house .....

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  25. I support that Ambode should do something about this: MARK THOSE HOUSES FOR DEMOLITION!

    Those house built on drain canals that were sand-filled should all be demolished! And when they mark the houses, god punish anyone that would start any useless hashtag to complain.

    Mtscheew!

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