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Travel / Re: Bayelsa The Pride Of The Nation (pictures) by dustydee: 9:04pm On Jul 23
Sloan: Houston, a city in Texas is oil producing as Bayelsa. Now, I will not even compare them in any way but why on earth can't ALL these roads even be marked and well delineated and landscaped? Yes, I know this was the best or one of the best roads you found and took a picture of but I am surprised you do not see this is a disgrace? Yet Bayelsa has a population of less than 2 M but a budget topping almost all the other states when you factor in their oil derivation component? So, in essence from Alamadeighna and Jonadaft and the 2 loonies that came after him, they still could not make one proper marking on that stretch of road? No sidewalk on that very long stretch?
The roads look well paved but the first thing I noticed was the lack of road markings. This is not peculiar to Bayelsa state but we need to take the safety of commuters serious in this country.
Politics / Re: 56 Punch-list Of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ) Achievements In 3 Years by dustydee: 8:42pm On Jul 23
@OP there are many holes in these "achievements" you have listed. For example:

6. 75% Increase in O'Level credit pass in Math and English
How did the government achieve this or what did they do to achieve this given that most of the secondary schools in Nigeria are either run by state governments or private investor? If your assertions are true, please why is the failure rate in the north still very high? Or is GEJ's policy in the south different from that in the north?
Politics / Re: Breaking News: EFCC Declares Nyako Wanted by dustydee: 8:03pm On Jul 22
What of his deputy? won't they arrest him? undecided
Politics / Re: BREAKING NEWS ; Jonathan, Mark Meet Chibok Girls’ Parents Behind Closed-doors.. by dustydee: 3:20pm On Jul 22

If the little girls from Pakistan did not come and mess him up, he will not hear the word of reason. Over 90 days your Girls are missing, a father of the Nation is hiding in the dark, dancing skelewu in kano and reading children book in the dark.

Kindergarten Presidency!
Father of which nation? Biko, stop that play. He is the president simple. In any case, a father will not act the way he did when this abduction took place.

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Politics / Re: Behold The Words Of The King Of Haram... By FFK by dustydee: 11:29am On Jul 22
Do people still pay attention to this man call Femi Fani-Kayode? I wouldn't.
Politics / Re: DSS Denies Arresting Ezekwesili by dustydee: 4:36pm On Jul 21
She was out at the park yesterday, why didn't the DSS question her then? Why did they wait until she was on her way out of the country before stopping her, collecting her passport and briefly detaining her? What is wrong is wrong. Tomorrow it may be any of us and if we are not as popular as she is, we may end up being detained unnecessarily without any just cause.
In any case, why is the federal government antagonistic towards the #bringbackourgirls campaigners? I bet the protest will seize as soon as those girls are returned to their parents.

These people make me sick a times. angry


Politics / Re: Characters In Chimamanda's Miraculous Delivery Of Oga Jonah by dustydee: 6:37pm On Jul 19
egift: Below are some of the characters mentioned. Who are they?
- Oga Jonah - Pres. Jonathan
- Man Friday
- Foreign PR firm
- Girl From Pakistan - Malala
- Two Big Men in the Armed Forces "the ones stealing most of the money meant for the soldiers"
- Big Man in the Armed Forces "He ate some roasted groundnuts before making the call"
- Mohammed "In Port Harcourt"
- People who check cars "Will they pour water on the bomb to defuse it?" - Military men at check points
- Paris summit
- Man Thursday "Short and stocky"
- Bourdillon - Tinubu
- Sharp Woman
- PR people, Kikelola Obi, Bola Usman and Chinwe Adeniyi
- Oga Segi - Pres. Obasanjo
- The Man From Lagos - Fashola?

If you can name and identify these characters. Add if I missed any
Did I try? wink

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TV/Movies / Re: Why Isn't NTA Showing 'A.M EXPRESS' Again? by dustydee: 8:20pm On Jul 17
eusuph99: wat is a.m express,is it d name of a BISCUIT?
No, it is the new trains commissioned by the government.
Politics / Re: Resource Control : Asari Dokubo threatens Northerners by dustydee: 8:04pm On Jul 17
This Asari guy truly is an illiterate. Referring to the north as barren is proof of this.

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Politics / Re: [LEAKED] $1.2 Million Contract Between Nigerian FG And PR Firm!!! by dustydee: 3:20pm On Jul 17
I am sure this one won't make front page since the powers that be on Nairaland won't want to offend the government.

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Politics / Re: INVESTIGATION: President Gej's Niger Delta Region ‘epicentre Of Electoral Fraud' by dustydee: 1:51pm On Jul 17
This is no longer news to the discerning mind.Please who has the official email address of the APC?
Politics / Re: 10 Most Developed State Capitals In Nigeria. by dustydee: 11:06am On Jul 16
banega: Loolx, I was pulling your legs dear!! Ibadan is definitely a state capital.. Oyo.State•

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Family / Re: Wife Needed - Anyone Around The Corner - Seriously Searching by dustydee: 11:04am On Jul 16

I just read the letter. My heart goes out to him. He needs more than a wife and I have this strong feeling that you can help.
Idowuogbo, I agree. Afterall you once said on nairaland "na craze dey cure craze". grin
Politics / Re: 10 Most Developed State Capitals In Nigeria. by dustydee: 10:30am On Jul 16
banega: No Ibadan is a provincial capital!!
Don't know about that, the topic refers to state capitals.
Politics / Re: 10 Most Developed State Capitals In Nigeria. by dustydee: 10:00am On Jul 16
Calabar for me is number one.


Family / Re: Is There Anything Wrong With Bein A House Husband by dustydee: 8:18am On Jul 16
chukxy44: If women could just sit at home and take care of the house, can't a man do the same. Is there anything wrong in dat?
Nothing particularly wrong with that as long as you can adequately provide for your family while siting at home.
Family / Re: US Father Takes Unclaimed African Kingdom To Make Daughter A Princess by dustydee: 2:24pm On Jul 15
Nigerians be like: where is their embassy? I want to go there and hussle. grin


Politics / Re: BREAKING: Governor Murtala Nyako Impeached by Adamawa House of Assembly by dustydee: 2:08pm On Jul 15
tarryT: Anyone that call GEJ clueless, Jonadaff, weak, or whatever name.

Cc.. demdem, berem, gbawe, cleverly et al..

Janjaweeds and neonatal politics.

GEJ till 2019.
If this is a sign of strength then we are in trouble. This can only be attributed to cowardice.

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Travel / Re: Nigerians In Netherlands by dustydee: 1:55pm On Jul 15

Many Dutch managers, directors, recruiters etc use Linkedin very a matter of fact, they dont like it if you have none.Its their way of snooping (Dutch are very intrusive) and getting to know you.
Yes, the invites have been trhough linkedin.
Travel / Re: Nigerians In Netherlands by dustydee: 11:22am On Jul 15
missyjolanda: Hello,

Excellent, like the way you broke it down. What I don't understand is this: my wife sometimes gets invitations to apply for jobs in the Netherlands, why is that so given the job situation? Is it that there is skills shortage in some displines? She's an Engineer.
Politics / Emerging Nations Plan Their Own World Bank, IMF by dustydee: 10:10pm On Jul 14
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fed up with U.S. dominance of the global financial system, five emerging market powers this week will launch their own versions of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa —the so-called BRICS countries — are "seeking "alternatives to the existing world order," said Harold Trinkunas, director of the Latin America Initiative at the Brookings Institution.
At a summit Tuesday through Thursday in Brazil, the five countries will unveil a $100 billion fund to fight financial crises, their version of the IMF. They will also launch a World Bank alternative, a new bank that will make loans for infrastructure projects across the developing world.
The five countries will invest equally in the lender, tentatively called the New Development Bank. Other countries may join later.
The BRICS powers are still jousting over the location of the bank's headquarters — Shanghai, Moscow, New Delhi or Johannesburg. The headquarters skirmish is part of a larger struggle to keep China, the world's second-biggest economy, from dominating the new bank the way the United States has dominated the World Bank.
The bloc comprises countries with vastly different economies, foreign policy aims and political systems — from India's raucous democracy to China's one-party state.
Whatever their differences, the BRICS countries have a shared desire for a bigger voice in global economic policy. Each has had painful experiences with Western financial dominance: They've contended with economic sanctions imposed by Western powers. Or they've been forced to make painful budget cuts and meet other strict conditions to qualify for emergency IMF loans.
Now, says Thomas Wright, a fellow at Brookings' Project on International Order and Strategy, "they want a safety net if they fall out with the West."
Developing countries have also been frustrated because the U.S. Congress has refused to approve legislation providing extra money to help the IMF make more loans to countries in trouble. The money is part of a broader reform program that would give China and other developing countries more voting power at the IMF.
Uri Dadush, an economist with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, sees no problem with the BRICS countries' development bank and financial crisis fund. But he worries that the five countries' decision to go outside of existing institutions provides more evidence of the "fracturing of the postwar (economic) system that gave us so much peace and prosperity. The system has not been able to adapt to the new reality, the rise of the new powers."
The IMF and the World Bank seem to be taking the new challengers in stride.
"All initiatives that seek to strengthen the network of multilateral lending institutions and increase the available financing for development and infrastructure are welcome," said IMF spokeswoman Conny Lotze. "What is important is that any new institutions complement the existing ones."
Answering a question about the BRICS development bank earlier this month, World Bank President Jim Kim said: "We welcome any new organizations ... We think that the need for new investments in infrastructure is massive, and we think that we can work very well and cooperatively with any of these new banks once they become a reality."


Good initiative. It will provide alternatives for countries.
Family / Re: I Am Tired Of My Marriage Barely Four Months Into The Marriage by dustydee: 7:53pm On Jul 14

I was adviced no to do so. that it shows lack of manners
Ok. I thought she may reason with you and probably leave your husband alone. Apparently that isn't a good idea. My apologies.


Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Agip 30 Days Training/ Recruitment by dustydee: 4:18pm On Jul 14
Sometimes I wonder which school award degrees to some people. @Op, keep sending your CV to people who are clearly out to defraud you claiming they haven't asked for money yet. Have you heard of identity theft? ok, kontinu ...


Family / Re: I Am Tired Of My Marriage Barely Four Months Into The Marriage by dustydee: 4:12pm On Jul 14
I will advice you to speak with the girl (politely, no insults o) and let her know your concerns about her frequent calls and chats with your husband. Explain to her the damage it is doing to your relationship. Also, please try not to get pregnant incase you need to bail out of the relationship.
Wish you the best.

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Nairaland / General / Re: Woman Receives Selfie From Dead Grandmother (IMAGES) by dustydee: 10:40am On Jul 14
The gods have gone hi-tech


Education / Re: How Argentina ‘eliminated’ Africans From Its History And Conscience by dustydee: 8:27am On Jul 14
Ironically I have been thinking about the black population in some of these south American countries in the past few weeks (influenced by the just concluded world cup). I found out that Agentina had the lowest black population of all the countries I looked at.

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Politics / Re: EFCC Abandons Fani-Kayode Money Laundering Case by dustydee: 8:23pm On Jul 10
anonimi: There are soooooooo many MUGUS on this forum and in our country at large I swear, chai.
The prosecution closed ITS case is different from they closed THE case. Therefore the case is NOT abandoned rather it is for the defence to make its own submissions including calling any witness it may have.

Why are we so easily MISLED by people who feed us LIES, DISTORTIONS and PROPAGANDA
Why are we so CLUELESS angry
Any chance to redeem ourselves from our MENTAL SLAVERY
That is my understanding of the story too.


Sports / Re: Sad: Brazil Fan Commits Suicide Because She Was So Devastated By World Cup Agony by dustydee: 8:20pm On Jul 10
Very sad. sad
Celebrities / Re: Girl Wants To Sue Singer August Alsina For Rupturing Her Cervix During Sex by dustydee: 7:17pm On Jul 10
Thought they said the bigger the better. grin
Sports / Sad: Brazil Fan Commits Suicide Because She Was So Devastated By World Cup Agony by dustydee: 3:01pm On Jul 10
A Brazil fan was so devastated by the humiliation of the World Cup hosts by Germany that she took the ultimate step and killed herself.

The victim was a 15-year-old girl in Nepal who was following the fortunes of Brazil from her remote village, located around 250 miles from the capital city Kathmandu.

According to reports, the sporty teenager hanged herself in her bedroom at home, after pals ribbed her about the staggering 1-7 defeat.

Nepalese police officer Sharad Thapa revealed what happened: "She was anxious to see Brazil in the final, but it went down to Germany," he said.

"Some of her friends started teasing her for supporting Brazil. Later in the morning, she took an extreme measure by hanging herself in her own room."

The football world was rocked by the defeat Brazil endured in the semi-final of the competition at Belo Horizonte stadium, this week.

Some fans in Rio de Janeiro took out their anger by burning vehicles in the aftermath of the defeat, while one man was filmed smashing a television set to pieces on the street.
Politics / Re: My Phones In Court’s Custody Called My New Number —ndume by dustydee: 8:51am On Jul 10
OmoLisabi: That is a big conspiracy.
And how did the person get his new number?
Politics / Re: #bringbackourgirls: Security Forces know Their Motive – Marilyn by dustydee: 7:17am On Jul 10
The SSS is now becoming partisan. Where was she when the campaigners warned the public not to donate money to anyone on behalf of the #bringbackourgirls campaign? I remember they warned that fraudsters were soliciting for funds from the unsuspecting public. The SSS and other security agencies failed to make any arrest and weeks later turned around to accuse the organizers of having an account and soliciting for funds. These people make me sick a times. Do your job and stop trying to please some people for personal interests.


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