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|Is Nairaland A Reflection Of Nigeria? by dayoviews: 1:44pm On Feb 20, 2015|
I am not exactly new to this site though I only recently began to follow the different stories posted on here. I have (and I bet along with a lot of other people) discovered that the comment thread to different posts on nairaland are riddled with shear shamelessness, childishness, and utter stupidity. You'll have to pardon my bluntness but some of you must agree with it. Serious posts see comments such as 'booking space', '..France..' and all the rubbish. I'm all for having fun and maybe there are times that these comments are funny but most times they are not. The name of this site is unique, it draws attention to people from outside of the country's borders. Intelligent posts should be given intelligent comments, please. This is a job for the moderators I believe.
These things happen in our everyday life but mostly by a particular small group of people (not referring to tribe). But it is all too common on here. So am I mistaken when I say "small group of people"?
Before such comments follow this, think about the perception that foreigners will get when they come on Nairaland.
|Re: Is Nairaland A Reflection Of Nigeria? by Nobody: 1:57pm On Feb 20, 2015|
|Re: Is Nairaland A Reflection Of Nigeria? by ejikeme(m): 1:57pm On Feb 20, 2015|
at times you can't take Nigeria away from Nigerians. somethings you just have to overlook
|Re: Is Nairaland A Reflection Of Nigeria? by dayoviews: 2:02pm On Feb 20, 2015|
But you agree that this is hard.
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