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|Politics / Re: A Pie Chart Showing The Pattern Of Buhari's Appointments by abbey621(m): 2:00am|
If you are honest with yourself, you would realize that the South South, South East and the North are all underdeveloped. Let's move on from that, what I'm particularly concerned about is the bold part of your statement. I suggest you look at the appointments again and research into their respective job functions. You'll see clearly that experience in the private sector is not needed at all. I would think personal traits such as honesty, sharpness and so on are much more important. What people like you are failing to realize is that the president is going to surround himself with those he can trust, forget about federal character and ethnicity!
|Career / Re: HELP !!!!!!!!!!! Right Abuse By Employers. by abbey621(m): 4:03pm On Aug 28|
It's too early to start shouting over 1 month's payment. This is 9ja and employers owe money all the time. It would be very hard for you to mount any legal challenge against them as other companies had set a precedence for cases such as this. They say payback is a b*tch, I would advise you to compile a list of all your clients and sabotage their business. Seriously you have the experience and home field advantage on your side, all you have to do is find a similar job with a competitor, poach all the clients to the new job and smile!
|Politics / Re: Staunch Buharists, Olateju And Farouk Kperogi Criticise Buhari Over Appointments by abbey621(m): 3:10pm On Aug 28|
This slave will buy you and your family and still have some change left so f*ck off!
|Politics / Re: Staunch Buharists, Olateju And Farouk Kperogi Criticise Buhari Over Appointments by abbey621(m): 2:59pm On Aug 28|
Bunch of disgusting crybabies! Does appointment = performance? Let the man appoint anyone he likes, if they don't perform then you can begin crying but if they perform I see no reason why ethnicity should be a factor. I'll take a stranger who does his or her job diligently over a lazy brother or sister any day, anytime!
|Politics / Re: A Pie Chart Showing The Pattern Of Buhari's Appointments by abbey621(m): 1:09pm On Aug 28|
It just goes to show how clueless of a nation we are. I was hoping to hear things like the appointees are not qualified either by inexperience or morality but seems majority of Nigerians are all about ethnic or tribal sentiments. During the last administration things were pretty much in favor of the South but did we grow as a nation? Did the South actually developed more than the North? If the answer is no then we can see that it's not by appointment, it's by character! Tribalism and hatred has thrown some of you into a state of blindness and I'm afraid there's no light at the end of the tunnel for people like that in this world. I actually applaud the president for the appointments so far, looking deep into each appointee's profile it's easy to see that PMB is building a team he can trust, a team not guided by religion or ethnicity but by ethics and high work rate. My advice to all you wailers is to broaden your horizon and stop this ethnic biasness in order to prosper in life!
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Three Years Of Unemployment Ended by abbey621(m): 8:32pm On Aug 26|
One of the factors responsible for investment failures is unrealistic target/expectation. Apart from my MBA and working for one of the best companies in the financial sector, I've also ventured into many businesses and the lesson learnt was that never invest your survival money into any business. I know it sounds confusing but trust me, your investment money should not be based on the money you need for your day to day survival, this would ensure that if the investment fails you won't contemplate suicide
|Politics / Re: Nigerians Tweet On Buhari 100 Wasted Days- #100wasteddays by abbey621(m): 7:23pm On Aug 26|
I would have loved to see Hausas, Yorubas and other ethnicity condemning the president instead of an obvious bigot/ethnic induced dramatization, seems some people are still licking their wounds after their papa was voted out . Buhari scorecard so far for me is 3/10, he has a lot of work to do. Let's see how the next 100 days plays out!
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|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Three Years Of Unemployment Ended by abbey621(m): 6:59pm On Aug 26|
Nice advice but very unlikely! 40% of your income on investments? Isn't that a little high? Let's assume the man makes 150k a month, 40% of that is 60K, he's left with 90K. Oh right you also advice saving 10% of income so he's left with 75k. Let's not forget tithe, he now has 60k left, food and transportation would take at least half of that leaving him with 30k. With 30K he'll give family, girlfriend or wife, pay for recharge cards, probably want to buy an extra pair of pants and/or shirt, Nepa and water bill remains. This is just my own little analysis, I didn't even factor in taxes, faaji money and other miscellaneous
|Celebrities / Re: Your Lover Is Giving You Good Sex Doesn't Mean He Is Good – Tonto Dikeh by abbey621(m): 6:59pm On Aug 25|
Well said Tonto! In all you do don't forget moderation. Finding a balance to life is the key to happiness. Some guys spend their life thinking about nothing but sex then find themselves in their late 30s to 40s with no accomplishments, while other guys preoccupied themselves with making money and neglect their woman physically. There's no such thing as a perfect human being some just try more than others, as far as I know we are all f*cking learners!!!!
|Car Talk / Re: This Ferrari Got Everyone Staring At It In Lagos (photos) by abbey621(m): 4:40pm On Aug 25|
What makes you think so? Do you know the owner or are you just assuming?
|Politics / Re: Jonathan Fought Corruption In More Civilized Way Than Buhari - Falana by abbey621(m): 1:10pm On Aug 25|
Gullible Nigerians would actually believe this man made sense but a simple compare and contrast would suffice. What was the economy like in 2007? What was it like when GEJ left office? GEJ might have truly tried his best but it was clear as daylight that his best was not good enough to weed out corruptiuon. If Buhari should pursue the same path of mediocrity then we would kindly vote him out in 2019, gone are the days of suffering and smiling!
|Car Talk / Re: This Ferrari Got Everyone Staring At It In Lagos (photos) by abbey621(m): 4:08pm On Aug 24|
Nigerians and effizzy, may God help us all! Personally driving a Ferrari or such exotic cars in Nigeria is senseless due to poor road conditions and other factors. If I want to spend a huge amount on a vehicle, I would buy an SUV with upgraded suspension, 4*4 capabilities and all. Imagine going thru some roads such as Badagry area, Okokomaiko and so on, the car go pieces
|Politics / Re: ICC Investigates Oba Of Lagos For Anti-igbo Remarks by abbey621(m): 2:58pm On Aug 24|
Once again useless ranting and nothing to offer intellectually! Typical of the average Nairalander, if you can't defeat me with facts the only option is to result to insults and hooliganism. Seems to me you're the real failure here
|Politics / Re: ICC Investigates Oba Of Lagos For Anti-igbo Remarks by abbey621(m): 10:26pm On Aug 23|
Another ignoramus pretending to know it all. Why do Nigerians like you love mixing apples with oranges? Why must you come up with bogus analogies to justify your position? You mentioned John Terry, Andy Gray and son but what you failed to realize is that these people were working and as part of their job descriptions they are not allowed to say or do certain things. The Oba is under no such restriction and neither is the average person. You mentioned threats against the president, are you seriously comparing negative statements made about a race to actually threatening the President of a nation? Are you really that naive? In your attempt to prove your intelligence, you've actually displayed your naivety. Like I said earlier when we remove sentiments from our reasoning, we would all be better off. Show me the place in the Nigerian Constitution which criminalizes the Oba's actions and I'll be a believer, till then kindly keep shut!
|Politics / Re: ICC Investigates Oba Of Lagos For Anti-igbo Remarks by abbey621(m): 7:05pm On Aug 23|
Lol....You're still dreaming Mark my words, the Oba won't set a foot in court!
|Politics / Re: ICC Investigates Oba Of Lagos For Anti-igbo Remarks by abbey621(m): 5:40pm On Aug 23|
The beauty of free speech is that it can be negative or positive, you can agree with it or disagree but it should not be restricted. We've seen politicians said worse things and they were not crucified, you people need to get over yourselves! Personally I feel the Oba was wrong to make such a statement but expecting the ICC to sanction him is just plain ridiculous!
|Politics / Re: ICC Investigates Oba Of Lagos For Anti-igbo Remarks by abbey621(m): 5:31pm On Aug 23|
What rights were violated? Did anyone get hurt or died as a result of the Oba's statement? These are just some of the questions the ICC would look into when determining whether to take this joke seriously! I know you are used to living in a world where you can't express yourself freely but I repeat what the Oba said is still part of his fundamental right to free speech, now if people were actually killed as a result of the statement then there would be a case for inciting violence or "genocide" as some of your comrades put it.
|Politics / Re: ICC Investigates Oba Of Lagos For Anti-igbo Remarks by abbey621(m): 3:02pm On Aug 23|
I think this country has more pressing issues than focusing on an Oba's negative statement. It's a joke to think that the ICC would even prosecute such cases. Last time I checked there's something called freedom of speech and since the Oba's position is not an elected position, I see no reason why we continue to make a mockery of ourselves. Many of you might feel what the Oba said was hateful and quite frankly I feel the same way but is there a law that prohibits free speech or are we just letting our sentiments control us?
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 1:02am On Jul 15|
Once again you are focusing on the wrong thing! Probing can come later, what was imminent is the welfare of those workers who were not paid. It's easy to complain when you've eaten and you are not being evicted by your landlord but if you put yourself in the shoes of those workers you'd realize how dire the situation was. I have first hand experience because a cousin of mine was faced with this predicament, within a couple of months his life turned upside down. So please excuse me if I'm a little biased, I believe when there's life there's hope and what Buhari did saved a lot of families from starvation, probing can come later jaare!
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 11:15pm On Jul 14|
I agree, those governors should be made accountable! But we all know say na padi padi government we dey do for 9ja.
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 11:14pm On Jul 14|
Not in this case bro, a government that can't rescue it's citizens from starvation and hunger is not fit to govern. The States failed and the federal government rescued them, the ultimate victors are the workers who finally got paid. We've seen much more money stolen for extravagant expenses during the previous administration, so I'm actually glad those funds actually did something good for the people. The key now is for Buhari to not relent but work harder to ensure the economy gets back in shape!
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 11:04pm On Jul 14|
You know right from time Nigeria's problem has been corruption and lack of transparency but in this case I don't mind the means as long as the end justifies it. I'm more worried about the workers. I'm worried about the people that have to feed their families, pay for school fees and so on, I just can't imagine how they managed to cope all this while.....
|Family / Re: My Wife Is Pregnant For Her Pastor - Husband Tells Judge by abbey621(m): 10:58pm On Jul 14|
fear of Gabazin is the beginning of wisdom
|Family / Re: My Wife Is Pregnant For Her Pastor - Husband Tells Judge by abbey621(m): 10:53pm On Jul 14|
Person dey call himself GABAZIN and you still dey act surprised at his wickedness......na wa 4 u ooo
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 10:49pm On Jul 14|
You're failing to see the bigger picture! How long should workers continue to suffer? The bailout was done to relieve those who've been suffering from the past few months. I think the States that are bailed out should be made to repay the money like an interest free or low interest loan, this would deter future occurrences. I can't imagine what would have happened to workers if the federal government did not bailout those States.
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 10:41pm On Jul 14|
I hope so too but it seems Buhari is starting to put things in order, let us pray he works more swiftly to turn things around positively.
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 10:39pm On Jul 14|
Is that the best you can come up with? You're a disgrace to clowning
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 10:37pm On Jul 14|
It's not the fault of the workers. It's just the same way banks were bailed out in America, they were bailed out because the federal government realized that if this should continue the masses would be the ones to suffer. I fully support the bailout but the federal government must put measures in place to ensure this type of situation does not repeats itself!
|Politics / Re: Buhari Lied, Jonathan Generated The Funds Used For Bail Out.- NLNG MD Insists by abbey621(m): 10:17pm On Jul 14|
Most fools on this thread won't even bother to read the whole article. This is simple politics and common sense would tell you of course the funds came from activities which occurred in 2014. How can a president with less than 3 months in office save such amount? The real question most of you clowns aren't asking is; if the funds were available during GEJ's term why was nothing done to bailout States owing workers salary? Gullible people will only read the headlines and start shouting; that's why some of you are failures in life......SHAME!
|Politics / Re: Patrick Obahiagbon Reacts To Buhari's Dismissal Of Service Chiefs by abbey621(m): 10:10pm On Jul 14|
Do people still listen to this guy? He's a clown, most of his words are outright rubbish! If he was so good with vocabulary he would be world renowned not just some loud mouth local champion!
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: I Just Got A Job In Which I Lied I Had Experience! by abbey621(m): 5:21pm On Jul 14|
There's nothing wrong in altering your CV, I do it all the time and have helped people do the same. What is wrong however is filling your CV with skills and specialization in which you know nothing about. Computational positions such as Accounting, Engineering and so on requires specialized training, depending on the company you could be dealing with over 1,000 accounts. At this point the best thing you can do is to remain confident, almost all companies conduct specialized training to make sure new associates are comfortable with the companies way of doing things, brush up on your accounting and just hope for the best!
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|Politics / Re: 625 Killed As Boko Haram Gunmen Slit Some Residents’ Throats by abbey621(m): 3:08pm On Jul 14|
Isn't it funny how the poster made it look as if 625 people were killed today. Last week it was in the 500's, there's nothing new about Boko Haram again, news like this has no value!
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