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Friday, April 30, 2021

Nigerian Govt Declares Monday May 3rd Public Holiday

 


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    1. The only thing I know that this present administration is good at is declearing public holidays.

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    2. Lol @Classy.

      They believe in the power of public holidaysπŸ˜‚

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  2. Not for we that everyday is our own worker's day o ...

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  3. Ope oπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

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  4. Aregbesola Pubic Holiday Minister..I doubt if that man understand the position he holds..Minister of Interior takes care of internal security and local government affairs...Square pegs in konga holes..

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  5. God, for some months now i have been unemployed as my boss terminated my appointment because i refused to sleep with him. Staying home jobless for days, weeks and months without income is draining. No joy even on the announcement of a holiday. Please BVs pray for me to get an appointment this coming month, i have been applying...God please help me

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    1. Eyah...so sorry about that....thanks to our lawless country, if not you would have sue his ass for sexual harassment....God will provide you with a better work to make up for your resting day...so believe you are on leave for nowπŸ₯°

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    2. Some boss sef , they are only sorry when they are caught red handed.if you pray for God to judge him now it will be as if you are wicked.

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    3. Which wicked?
      May GOD judge him
      Bless with a better occupation
      Open your eyes to see and walk in it

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    4. It is so hard to suffer for doing the right thing, but you will live to see your glory. Stay steadfast in prayer. Volunteer with a local charity or NGO, particularly if they are willing to pay your transportation, it will keep you occupied and you will be doing for others even in a worst situation than you are. Sometimes they even provide a free meal so you won't go hungry.

      Think outside of the box.

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  6. This our Ministry is not even talking about workers' day celebration. I have so missed the partying...

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  7. My boss would never heed...


    You'll work till 6 and he'll still call you a government workers

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