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Name: Chioma Tessy
Gender: female
Age: 24 years old
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From: Imo, Nigeria
Joined: 12th Jan 2024, 8:13pm
User ID: 35170
This Lagos people, is it that they really love dirty environments so much, this shouldn't be a debate, we know we have to keep where we live clean at all times. Cleanliness is next to Godliness.
“Lagos not returning monthly environmental sanitation – Commissioner - Punch Newspapers”

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Tinubu does not care about anybody here in Nigeria. But we Nigerians have these feature that we never learn no matter how hard and tough the lesson/experience was. To prove this, wait for the next election. Now those who collected 50k and and allowed themselves to be controlled. How is the 50k going? Hope it's enough to feed you for the next 8 years? I hope so.
“Hardship: Tinubu has shut his doors, even some ministers can’t see him – Ndume - Daily Trust

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My Traveling Experience

When I was traveling home for the holidays, I decided to take a bus since it was late at night. I boarded the bus with a mix of excitement and tiredness from a long day of travel. The journey started off fine, with the bus rolling smoothly along the dark, deserted roads.

However, as we got further into the journey, I noticed something unsettling. The bus driver, instead of focusing on the road, was engaging in lively conversations with the passengers. At first, it seemed harmless—a bit of banter to keep everyone awake during the late-night ride. But then, things took a turn for the worse.

I heard the driver talking about stopping for a break, and soon enough, he pulled over at a dimly lit roadside shop. What happened next shocked me. The driver and some of the passengers got off the bus and started buying alcohol. They brought the bottles back on board and began drinking, right there in their seats.

I couldn't believe what I was witnessing. Here we were, hurtling down dark highways at night, with the driver under the influence of alcohol. It was terrifying. I sat there, clutching my phone tightly, trying to ignore the sinking feeling in my stomach.

To make matters worse, my parents kept calling to check on me. They were worried sick, knowing I was traveling alone at such a late hour. Each time I answered their calls, I couldn't bring myself to tell them what was happening. I didn't want to worry them even more.

As the journey continued, the situation only grew more tense. The driver's conversation with the passengers became louder and more animated, filled with laughter that seemed out of place given the circumstances. I glanced nervously out of the window, praying silently that we would reach our destination safely.

Thankfully, after what felt like an eternity, the bus finally pulled into the terminal. I hurried off the bus, my legs shaky from fear and relief. I couldn't believe I had made it through such a harrowing experience. As I walked away from the bus, I vowed never to travel with that transportation company again.

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Why must countries in Africa suffer terrible incidents like this? We need to change the way we think and the way we act.
“Five killed during Kenya anti-tax protests – NGOs - Punch Newspapers

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They have started this killings again in Rivers State, it might become more fatal than expected. I'm not sure we want this.
“JUST IN: Two Security Operatives Killed In Rivers LG Crisis - Channels Television

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And for that reason the government are partly involved in the situation we are in, this country has gone far beyond what we think it is.
“Nigerian Military Can End Banditry In Zamfara In Two Weeks But There Is No Will – Governor Dauda Lawal - SaharaReporters.com

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Happy Monday! Let's kick off this new week with a positive mindset. Remember, when we include God in everything we do, things tend to go smoother. So, as we tackle our tasks and face challenges, let's keep God in the loop. You know, like asking for His help, thanking Him for the good stuff, and trusting Him when things get tough. It's like having a reliable friend by your side! Let's aim to be kind, do our best, and trust that everything will work out, even if it doesn't seem like it at first. Have a great week ahead, filled with God's Blessing.

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This is what the government wants na, they want to squander all the money among themselves and refused to agree to the minimum wage of which is a piece of cake to them.
“Flights disrupted as striking workers shut Lagos, Abuja airports - Punch Newspapers

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We keep hearing about symbol this, symbol that, are you a member of a cult? How is the highway improving the current state of this country
“Lagos-Calabar Coastal highway symbol of hope, unity, prosperity – Tinubu - Punch Newspapers

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