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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Lagosians turn out in troupes at newly opened Shoprite

The newly opened Shoprite located just a stone throw from the Government Secretariat in Alausa Ikeja was full to the brim today, as Lagosians went out shopping for Christmas. A picture of it below

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  1. Way over crowded

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  2. Lagos and freebies lol

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  3. Christmas in the air, except for Lagos horrible traffic

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  4. There were no freebies. People went to spend their money.

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  5. BLACK SATURDAY OR WHAT?

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  6. Some people are so daft all in the name of commenting. How can you call it a black Saturday?

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  7. The crowd is much though, Christmas fever. Black Saturday? Very silly of you

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  8. They sure must have enough workers on ground, lol before a lot of things get missing

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  9. It has been like this from day one of the opening of the place. I do not know where this people came from, as if that's the first shoprite in the entire state.

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  10. Are they all shopping or it is a case of everybody wants to feed his or her eyes

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  11. Those people calling the guy that said black Saturday are the ignorant ones. Here abroad when we refer to "black" days it means the day the shops make their money for the year...hence they move from "red" accounting to "black". So do your research before cursing people, so you don't sound stupid yourself.

    Happy Holidays...it the season to be jolly.

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  12. Left out the calling " out"

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  13. Anon 02:51 is correct.

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  14. Sorry guys. I live in Nigeria. It might be called black for a good reason or what have you there in your country. Here, a black day is a sad day. No culture borrowed. This blog is very much Nigerian, I suppose

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  15. Ginika hardly writes on my blog lately.. miss her comments sha… in God I trust. Lol. Same goes to mama na girl and co, hmm. Waiting for your comments.....

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  16. Laden just why should I write on this blog again , when I was giving you correct gist about otunba , you blocked me , you also refused to post my comment and it was a very hot one just because he is your uncle and afriad of him and the way you were begging us not to diss him haba the same rules should apply ohh my friend .
    As for the shop rite those asking where the people are coming from , Abeokuta , sango, ayobo , ipaja those places that when you are going to you would need to wake up very early going and coming
    Then of course all the civil servant at the seat of Lagos government , I suggest the head of service need to stand at their door to monitor his staff or else work for Lagos state civil servants is at shop rite

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  17. Mama ST biko no vex

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  18. Me so; not everyone lives in Nigeria. What isn't borrowed? Put Black Saturday in a word checker and let me know what you come up with.

    Get over the negativity of using the word black for all things bad. That actually bothers on some foreign connotation. Black box too is also borrowed, but Arik, Aero Contractors and all those F28/29 of the 80's had black boxes.

    Ladun, i'm still here. I read everything but don't always feel the need to comment. Before, i know it some illiterate is insulting me. Technology is now a leveller.

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  19. Ginika who wan try you ----- you are right not all the time one should comment before all these People wey no get name begin throw insults , nice to know there are people who think alike

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  20. Lol @ gini and mama
    It is wht it is we miss your comments
    Infact i read just for your comments
    Pls where is ruby woo?
    Anyhoos bloody illiterates google black friday and find out its the busiest shopping day in the states
    Thats why that anon called it black saturday at shoprite
    Cant blame you ,its a regional joke hehe
    I bet obama wont be able to understand some of our jokes lol

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