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This is why the Govt continues to take us for a ride. Simply because we assume (wrongly) that nothing will come out of it no matter what we do. You probably don't know how Abuja was shaken with the fuel subsidy protest. Let only 50% of bankers down tools in Lagos and join this man day in day out for just three days and see if this kind of nonsense will not be history. But will they? No. Because every man is for himself.
In India, a man(Anna Hazare) went on hunger strike because of the magnitude of corruption prevalent in the state of India. This is a global problem and this man is putting India's govt. on their toes to do something positive to save the suffering indian masses. But he did not go on hunger strike because some persons were wrongly discharged from his/her appointment.

Check the asians going on hunger strike and tell me if it is just because of this flimpsy reason that led to that. It is either for the govt. to look at the mass self-immolation or for the govt. to reduce the injustice done to the people. And not for a selfish,self-centred interest!

Now let me catch you! If he is settled with his other colleagues, and the same treatment repeated to other people in other states, will the same roundabout-occupying man go on hunger strike for these other new group. I doubt if he will! So he will be applying all-man-for-himself- approach!
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The problem here is not the mans action or timing...The problem is whether our Government cares about this guy or any othe rpersons fate in this country...Do you think sanusi or the government will act positively to this guy plight...The answer is NO.
The man just wants to have a picnic! Period!

People who are serious will sew their lips and taste no water. But he told us that he drinks water around 8pm. If he thinks he will die fasting(with water), then let him ask Pastor Adeboye.
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In India, a man(Anna Hazare) went on hunger strike because of the magnitude of corruption prevalent in the state of India. This is a global problem and this man is putting India's govt. on their toes to do something positive to save the suffering indian masses. But he did not go on hunger strike because some persons were wrongly discharged from his/her appointment.

Check the asians going on hunger strike and tell me if it is just because of this flimpsy reason that led to that. It is either for the govt. to look at the mass self-immolation or for the govt. to reduce the injustice done to the people. And not for a selfish,self-centred interest!

Now let me catch you! If he is settled with his other colleagues, and the same treatment repeated to other people in other states, will the same roundabout-occupying man go on hunger strike for these other new group. I doubt if he will! So he will be applying all-man-for-himself- approach!
And that is a problem we have in Nigeria, which we believe is the right thing to do.

I agree that the man is wasting his time because of our mindset in this country, in sub-Sahara Africa. All man for himself and we will never see true progress until we change our ways.
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Exactly what did occupy wall street achieve? Nothing!
And how many Wall Streeters voted for Obama? Find out the US market instanteneous reaction to the election results. Do you know why? I am sure you are aware of Obama policies about big Wall Street earners.
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In India, a man(Anna Hazare) went on hunger strike because of the magnitude of corruption prevalent in the state of India. This is a global problem and this man is putting India's govt. on their toes to do something positive to save the suffering indian masses. But he did not go on hunger strike because some persons were wrongly discharged from his/her appointment.

Check the asians going on hunger strike and tell me if it is just because of this flimpsy reason that led to that. It is either for the govt. to look at the mass self-immolation or for the govt. to reduce the injustice done to the people. And not for a selfish,self-centred interest!

Now let me catch you! If he is settled with his other colleagues, and the same treatment repeated to other people in other states, will the same roundabout-occupying man go on hunger strike for these other new group. I doubt if he will! So he will be applying all-man-for-himself- approach!

Infact, occupy wall street occured as a result of people fighting against a global cause....The movement is inspired by popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, and aims to fight back against the richest 1% of people that are writing the rules of an unfair global economy that is foreclosing on our future.

The occupations around the world are being organized using a non-binding consensus based collective decision making tool known as a "people's assembly".
From what i know when people go on hunger strike, they are not fighting for their own self interest or gains, but they are fighting for the benefits of other people..If this guy was fighting for all the affected bankers in hallmark bank and other closed bank, definately he will get some support.

SO now this guy has an issue and he wants the whole Nigeria to occupy ASO ROCK?
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The issue the hunger strike man is pursuing is simple. At the point of consolidation, severance benefits of some bankers were computed and credited to their accounts-savings and current while others were not so lucky. However, NDIC did not pay balances in most staff accounts and remained so till date.The man either belong to the group having their severance benefit in their account not paid or those that were not even computed for.Whichever one he deserved a listening ear from the authority.
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And that is a problem we have in Nigeria, which we believe is the right thing to do.

I agree that the man is wasting his time because of our mindset in this country, in sub-Sahara Africa. All man for himself and we will never see true progress until we change our ways.
If this man gets his pay and other people are laid off in other states, will he still go on hunger strike on behalf of those laid off???? He will not!

While he was at work in the same bank, people must have been laid off. Did he contest that? Did he spar with his employer? Now that it involved him, he is sitting at a roundabout drawing pity!
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The issue the hunger strike man is pursuing is simple. At the point of consolidation, severance benefits of some bankers were computed and credited to their accounts-savings and current while others were not so lucky. However, NDIC did not pay balances in most staff accounts and remained so till date.The man either belong to the group having their severance benefit in their account not paid or those that were not even computed for.Whichever one he deserved a listening ear from the authority.
And the solution is very simple! He should stand up, leave the roundabout and then go to NDIC office and sit there and continue his picnic!
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And the solution is very simple! He should stand up, leave the roundabout and then go to NDIC office and sit there and continue his picnic!
Thank You oga oracle....Occupy NDIC
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And the solution is very simple! He should stand up, leave the roundabout and then go to NDIC office and sit there and continue his picnic!
Chikena!!! And he's entitled to N50k (since it was prior to the increase in coverage limit) only, and since he's used N29k to camp out, he might as well…
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And how many Wall Streeters voted for Obama? Find out the US market instanteneous reaction to the election results. Do you know why? I am sure you are aware of Obama policies about big Wall Street earners.
Obama had those policies prior to the #Occupy movement, remember the auto industry bailout and the private jet fiasco? There were already strong calls for reigning in outrageous pay-packages so the occupy movement can't lay claim to any changes. In fact, even with the benefit of hind sight, can anyone state clearly what the occupy movement was about?
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Chikena!!! And he's entitled to N50k (since it was prior to the increase in coverage limit) only, and since he's used N29k to camp out, he might as well…
I think that N50K is if you are a depositor in a liquidated bank! This man works for a bank.
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I think that N50K is if you are a depositor in a liquidated bank! This man works for a bank.
Yea, but he had his entitlements deposited with the bank which was then liquidated hence entitlement trapped, Abi no be so??
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Yea, but he had his entitlements deposited with the bank which was then liquidated hence entitlement trapped, Abi no be so??
Ok, I get you!
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I agree with you in the sense that the government felt the impact of the fuel subsidy strike but where is NLC now or the bankers association of Nigeria concerning this mans fate? They are no where to be found because they see no gain for themselves....I have come to realize that this is a country were the government does not care about it citizens, the judiciary system is full with fraudulent judges and lawmakers break the law...
If this guy will want to get justice he should get the backing of bankers association of nigeria and NLC then you will see the government shaking, but instead he went to sit down on the main road saying he is on hunger strike....
Mind you operation occupy wall street was well planned and organised with the back of some parastatals...People did not wake up one day to occupy wall street....Everything thing should be strategized and planned in an organized fashion
who is suppose to compensate the man self? is it the owners of the bank who lost their investments or the government who does not have any contract with him. he was working for a private firm which close business because they could not meetup with regulatory authority. tomorrow if NAFDAC seal a company premises the staff will say make government compensate them? the man is just seeking attention.
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Obama had those policies prior to the #Occupy movement, remember the auto industry bailout and the private jet fiasco? There were already strong calls for reigning in outrageous pay-packages so the occupy movement can't lay claim to any changes. In fact, even with the benefit of hind sight, can anyone state clearly what the occupy movement was about?
I doubt if 75% of the occupiers had a clue as to what they were doing.
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Obama had those policies prior to the #Occupy movement, remember the auto industry bailout and the private jet fiasco? There were already strong calls for reigning in outrageous pay-packages so the occupy movement can't lay claim to any changes. In fact, even with the benefit of hind sight, can anyone state clearly what the occupy movement was about?
Thank you jare. the Occupy movement was just an answer to TEA party. There are both political platforms energising their bases for November. That was why i dey laugh when Bakare and his strange bed fellows were picnicking in Ojota and calling themselves "Occupiers".
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Thank you jare. the Occupy movement was just an answer to TEA party. There are both political platforms energising their bases for November. That was why i dey laugh when Bakare and his strange bed fellows were picnicking in Ojota and calling themselves "Occupiers".
bros, Obama and the occupiers dey find u for here o...we must collect our 40% tax from u by force by force
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bros, Obama and the occupiers dey find u for here o...we must collect our 40% tax from u by force by force
Romney all the way ... make them pass the law first na! We go see how we go climb the cliff come next year.
Na married (rich) people like you I dey pity self. 250,k na small change for you.

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Na married (rich) people like you I dey pity self. 250,k na small change for you.
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