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5 Simple Things Nigerians Find Hard To Do

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Whether other countries in Africa accept it or not, Nigeria is a great country and Nigerians are great people. Nigerians are one of the most accommodating people in the world. Nigeria’s big brother role to countries like South Africa, can not be swept under the carpet. However, there are certain things that are required of a big brother that Nigerians find hard to do. INFORMATION NIGERIA, in this piece, looks a 5 of them…

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Vacations: Although studies have shown that vacation increases job productivity, most Nigerians will not be caught dead planning a vacation, where there is still so much money to be made. Even on public holidays, vacations do not cross the mind of Nigerians. An average Nigerian is a chronic workaholic, therefore vacations and paid holidays sound like rocket science to the brains of most Nigerians.

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Use waste bin: It is very common to see a Nigerian throw trash by the road side or out of a moving vehicle without any sense of guilt. No matter how ugly it makes the environment, some Nigerians could care less and still go ahead and litter everywhere with trash.

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Abide by traffic rules: The only time a Nigerian can be seen acting properly on the road is when constituted authority is on ground to punish offenders. Otherwise, a Nigerian driver could care less, if there is a zebra crossing ahead.

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Not prudent: Nigerians can manage and manage when they are hustling but as soon as they hit it big, they forget everything about being prudent and become very extravagant, buying stuff with the intent to impress and intimidate. Even when on an important mission like pilgrimage abroad or official assignment, they turn it into another shopping adventure.

Stay quiet: When Lagos observed the ‘horn-free day’ in October 2014, Nigerians felt for once what is felt in other parts of the world. Nigerians enjoy making noise. Whether it is from a church speaker in the early hours of the morning or late at night, or a danfo or truck driver’s irritating honk or some very happy fellow shouting for no just cause, there is always something happening to disrupt the peace of the environment.

What else can’t Nigerians do???

 

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#EndSARS: ‘Protesters Are Not Here To Cause Chaos’ – Shehu Sani

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#EndSARS: 'Protesters Are Not Here To Cause Chaos' - Shehu Sani

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Former lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani has expressed that the #EndSARS protesters demanding widespread police reform and good governance across the country are not chaos makers.

This is coming at a time when there have been reports of the government planning to deploy troops of the Nigerian military to control the situation which has heightened the tension in the country.

Also Read: BREAKING: #EndSARS Protesters Shut Alausa Secretariat

Reacting to the reports, the former lawmaker from Kaduna stated that the protesters are not mischief-makers as being reported in some quarters but rather people who want the chaos in the country to end.

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BREAKING: Abuja #EndSARS Protesters Block Kuje, Airport Road

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BREAKING: Abuja #EndSARS Protesters Block Kuje, Airport Road

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#EndSARS protesters have blocked the Kuje road leading to the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua expressway.

The protesters also blocked the Airport road, preventing motorists from the right of way.

Although it has been reported that Soldiers have blocked the initial venue of the planned #EndSARS protest in Abuja.

Also Read: #EndSARS: For Some Of Us, SARS Has Been Beneficial – Gov Sule

The military officers were stationed at the popular Aya roundabout early Monday morning, with a roadblock and barricade.

Also, police officers are stationed in front of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) headquarters with Armoured Personnel Carrier and water cannons.

The protesters gathered at the Kuje road and the Airport road to press home their demands.

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BREAKING: #EndSARS Protesters Shut Alausa Secretariat

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BREAKING: #EndSARS Protesters Shut Alausa Secretariat
BREAKING: #EndSARS Protesters Shut Alausa Secretariat

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The demand for widespread police reforms by #EndSARS protesters enters its 12th day and it doesn’t seem as if the protesting youths are backing out soon.

On Monday morning, the protesters stormed the Lagos State Secretariat, Alausa and prevented workers from gaining access to the premises.

Also Read: #EndSARS: Defence Minister Warns Protesters Against Breaching National Security

They blocked all the entrance to the Secretariat and motorists and pedestrians were turned back from coming out and going into the premises.

The Governor’s road had remained one of the major venues where the protesters gather every day with some even sleeping overnight to continue the protest the next day.

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