Fuel Price Increase: Angry Anglican Bishop Protests Against Buhari In Osogbo

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May 16, 2016 – Fuel Price Increase: Angry Anglican Bishop Protests Against Buhari In Osogbo

A man dressed as an Anglican Bishop took to the streets of Osogbo, the capital of Osun state this morning to protest against the hike in fuel price.

Do you agree with him?

14 thoughts on “Fuel Price Increase: Angry Anglican Bishop Protests Against Buhari In Osogbo

  1. Haha! Lone protest is akin to madness. But is madness any far from our mental condition in Nigeria today? I doubt.

    And just to liven us up a bit, so that this madness may not push us over a high cliff, I saw a funny joke yesterday that goes thus:

    When I first heard the word PSYCHOLOGY, I spelt SYCHOLOGY. I didn’t know there was a silent letter “P” b4 it as in (Psychology). When Buhari and APC party promised Nigerians ₦45 as PMS pump price. I didn’t also know there was a ‘silent’ ONE “1” before it as in (145).
    But now, I’ve learnt my lessons!!!

  2. Why don’t you go collect our stolen wealth from your brothers from previous administration? Sebi you so called “men of God” kept silent with your eyes wide open when the past excessively corrupt government was milking our country dry. How can you expect change in one year for what took over 20 years to destroy? Does a child crawl, walk, graduate from University the same year he was born? Go siddon, I beg.

  3. Imagine a **** comment *****, wasn’t Buhari aware of the state of the nation when he made those promises. Na you go come tell uss s pickin dey grow. #vexingMood

  4. President Buhari has some hidden tales for this country, but if the masses becomes too impatience, then I doubt his capacity of sailing this country to that land of Treasures…
    We need to understand some ethics of life for there are no treasures but after suffering.
    The man of God should go sit down and observes carefully before his Religious hierarchy becomes a mess in the eyes of his followers…

  5. This is a commendable act, even though it can be said is a little late but every little helps, this is what a true christian leader should be engaged in; poverty alleviation, not amass wealth and driving around in blacken out jeeps with body guards at the expenses of the congregation.A true christian leader should stand for justice and equity in society and fearless in face of adversity.

    “Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu

  6. Hw i wish d man real identity z known..
    Atleast 2 know if it’s a true bishop..
    Nice one..

  7. D person in question real identity should hv been a great news if known..
    Atleast no if he z a true bishop or just an inpersonator..

  8. @ lola o u no well at ollll see ba let me tell u dis buhari am in his katsina state but dere is no a single sine of change i see ooo but but u ar dere saying a child wll crwal wll do dis , okkk am sorry i forget say buhari is ur fellow hausa man so no need to deniel him. Yeye dey smell oboy hmmm!

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