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Is Fashola taking Law Into His Hands?

I really want to know 

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Closure of comp village markets (from tax evasion to illegal structures)

Arrest of car owners using  a particular lane(BRT)

Demolition of houses illegally

Closure of the burnt popular tejuosho I’tnl market without considering

the huge losses by most of the traders

Arrest of girls

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Do you mind if ask how old you are?

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Fashola is a lawyer, a SAN for that matter, even if he takes law into his hand, i believe law is even safer there.

only those who undastnd him, will see his vision for lagos.

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Was i lying in the comments i used the phrase "most nigerians"? can't you appreciate the fact that i don't generalize?

You and i know that majority of nigerians have compromised their virtues except if you are among this questionable majority.

Asking me why I'm in a nigerian forum is like asking majority of nigerians why they've converted foreign forums and companies like CNN etc to their own instead of staying glue to their scanty and boring NTA.

Truth cannot be altered.

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NO, FASHOLA IS VERY HUMAN.

WRONGDOERS ARE THE ONE CRYING FOUL because THEIR ACTIONS ARE BEEN QUESTIONED.

FASHOLA, CARRY GOOOOOOOOOO.

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Why should you park your car illegally?

why Niagrans like to be stubborn?

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I don't like this BRT and I'm not crazy about it, I like the idea of BRTs being able to get you to your destination.But then, I'm also thinking, do we need to deprive other motorists from using a lane that existed before the plan of BRT was conceived? just to make it reliable?

Gosh I sent my previous post just before leaving home and here I am ,still in this traffic and there is a dedicated lane where I can just follow to the island but the lastma guys are just there,as though their only functionality is to clear the way for BRT buses

arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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Only in Nigeria will doing the right thing be classified as 'taking law into his hands'

Nigerians pray for good leaders all the time, yet when a leader that is actually doing some good comes around, they start whining.

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