Thursday, March 15, 2012

Lagos State To Seize Clothes Spread On Balcony Railings, Highways etc...

The Lagos State Commissioner for Environment, Tunji Bello, on Wednesday said the state government would start to seize clothes spread on balcony railings along major highways, bridges, railings on landscape sites, walkways and other open public spaces in the state. In his statement, this is not a good image for the state especially with the likes of Kingsway and Awolowo roads; First and Second Avenue, Ikoyi; Victoria Island; Apapa; Ikorodu Road and Ijora highways all looking like a dry cleaning spot.
Bello said those who engaged in the uncivilised acts would not only forfeit the clothes to homes and orphanages; they would also be prosecuted according to the state sanitation laws.

12 comments:

  1. good move Mr commisioner, we can only attain international standards wt little things like this, people may not understand, but if we truly want a clean and sane society, then things like this shd be taken into cognisance, i truly support

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  2. he and his advisers must be smking some cheap crack..in my own private house u want to seize my cloth...make dem try am, d olokun and sango wen i go use for dem mmmm dem go see oba ...

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  3. @lolo uno: omg! lmao@ in my own private house u want to seize my cloth

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  4. There is nothing good about it. Lagosians are hungry, and the only thing they can think of is to remove clothes from the streets, smh

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  5. They are ready to die untimely death , make unna go isale eko , on a Sunday when all those alhajis , alhajas, gutter women wey just come back from party dey air them lace and gele for outside, then you will be writing your death warrant , people wey dey take hundred of thousands buy lace dem go show you.

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  6. lolo, dem no say make you no spread clothes for your private house, but for public open spaces as well as railings along our highways.

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  7. No come seize my own clothes o, hahahaha

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  8. Lol @sakara supporting this

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  9. sakara you have found your way here?

    This is the important bit...start to seize clothes spread on balcony railings along major highways, bridges, railings on landscape sites, walkways and other open public spaces in the state.

    You can spread it in your private houses, outside and houses that aren't visible from these places.

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  10. yes o shakara wt d h, am here o - this blog s d latest n town and am here for good
    u miss me?

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  11. My namesake without the "h" we have been here like forever. I ran away from LIB since last year. I still read your funny posts there. A certain Gbogbo Big Girls (a legend of a commentator here) thought i was you and she asked "are you the controversial Sakara on LIB?" So now she can see we are two and different.

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  12. balcony railings is it my fault they bilt a highway near my house...@mama somtee make dem go try alhaja modinat naa..na pm news we go read d tori..o kpa ri

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