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Politics / Re: Shehu Sani Reacts To Ben Bruce's Claim That DSS Blocked Him From Seeing PMB by free2ryhme: 1:13pm On May 31
Ben bruce is a pathological twitter liar grin

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Politics / Re: Soldiers Take Over Tompolo’s Residence, Father Escapes Arrest by free2ryhme: 1:12pm On May 31
Ijaya123:


Tell that to the twitter senator and his supporters.

common sense truly ain't common
Politics / Re: New Delta Suicide Squad NDSS Emerges, Issues 7Day Ultimatum To Private Oil Firms by free2ryhme: 1:11pm On May 31
Buhari

The Niger Delta is on fire angry

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Politics / Re: Lawmakers Almost Mobbed Buhari At Dinner During Hand Shake Session by free2ryhme: 12:44pm On May 31
dem wan share in the magic handshake grin

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Politics / Re: Sola Adeyeye On Why Ben Murray-Bruce Was Prevented From Greeting President Buhar by free2ryhme: 12:41pm On May 31
shameless man

Bruce so na common greeting be your problem, Shame!

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Politics / Re: Soldiers Take Over Tompolo’s Residence, Father Escapes Arrest by free2ryhme: 12:38pm On May 31
Ijaya123:


Stop this your deceit and propaganda. Which date did Buhari visit those states?

i use the word will

To who a brain is given common sense is required grin
Politics / Re: FG Deploys 5 Warships, 100 Gunboats, Fighter Jets To Delta Creeks by free2ryhme: 12:37pm On May 31
hummerwise:

bros use ur head nahh...
sambisa na land area na and water area...
how dem go deploy warSHIPS and gunBOATS to land areas.. baba think nahhh

kind [/b]of weapon not depoly the [b]exact weapon

na you need to use your brain grin
Politics / Re: Wike And Wife Host Rivers Banquet. See Photos by free2ryhme: 12:36pm On May 31
I laugh when people kill themselves over politicians

who is the one laughing last now? Politicians, their families and benefactors

grin
Religion / Re: 80-year-old Woman Gets A Car From Iginla (photos) by free2ryhme: 12:34pm On May 31
this is such a show off


we give people lifts everyday and we dont run to social forum to make a fuss about it

haba
Politics / Re: FG Deploys 5 Warships, 100 Gunboats, Fighter Jets To Delta Creeks by free2ryhme: 12:30pm On May 31
zooster:



http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/05/fg-deploys-5-warships-100-gunboats-fighter-jets-delta-creeks/

SO NIGERIA HAS THIS KIND OF WEAPONS AND WE FAIL TO DEPLOY THEM TO SAMBISA FOREST

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Politics / Re: Soldiers Take Over Tompolo’s Residence, Father Escapes Arrest by free2ryhme: 10:23am On May 31
Buhari will visit Rivers, Bayelsa, and Delta just because of oil but when people are killed in Kaduna, Benue or Enugu, he pretends that those lives does not matter. APC government of deceit and propaganda

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Politics / Re: Soldiers Take Over Tompolo’s Residence, Father Escapes Arrest by free2ryhme: 10:19am On May 31
Instead of them to come together and ask their governors and elites what they are doing with the several billions of monthly allocations, including the special 13% derivativion for oil producing states, they continued to cause troubles! Has government not done more than enough for them?! It baffles me why poverty is still prevalent in that south south! The allocations are more than enough for their states to operate full monthly benefits payments for their small populations as being done in developed countries today like UK!

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Nairaland / General / Re: Okada Man Backing A Baby In Ibadan by free2ryhme: 10:04am On May 31
there is nothing new under the sun grin

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Hissene Habre Sentenced To Life Imprisonment by free2ryhme: 9:53am On May 31
I also believe that those who diverted fund to be used for security against insurgency to election, campaign and private pockets would have their own day too. They were smiling to the bank at the expense of the nation they swore to protect.

Crime against humanity or Nigerians come in different forms.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Hissene Habre Sentenced To Life Imprisonment by free2ryhme: 9:51am On May 31
african leaders will never learn
Celebrities / Re: Mr Ibu Flaunts His Designer Bedroom (photo) by free2ryhme: 9:34am On May 31
chimere66:
Biggest boy! Comic actor John Okafor (Mr Ibu) showing us how big boys roll
https://www.instagram.com/p/BGByp5RHbJE/

wetin be the big boy inside bedroom

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Politics / Re: Power Sector Loses N2bn Daily, As Generation Falls To 2,020MW by free2ryhme: 9:03am On May 31
na so dem go dey manufacture statistics grin
Investment / Re: Stock Market Lost N1.732tn In One Year Under Buhari by free2ryhme: 8:43am On May 31
All them western investors that are leaving the country are those ones that come to milk the country in partnership with our evil politicians cause I nor see the factories weh them open, those ones weh de pray make the power situation remain so them fit sell their gen, once everyting improves the real investors will come back

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Investment / Re: Stock Market Lost N1.732tn In One Year Under Buhari by free2ryhme: 8:43am On May 31
a nomad does not care abt stock market

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Investment / Re: Stock Market Lost N1.732tn In One Year Under Buhari by free2ryhme: 8:42am On May 31
Blackberrybabes:
The Nigerian stock market crashed by N1.732tn within one year of the Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange data showed that the NSE market capitalisation on May 28, 2015 was N11.658tn, while that of May 27, 2016 was N9.926tn.


Market capitalisation is the total market value of the shares outstanding of a publicly traded company.

The NSE All-Share Index also crashed to 28,902.25 basis points from 34,310.37 basis points.

Investors in the country’s capital market (equity category) lost over N1.053tn in the first quarter of 2016.

During the first three months this year, the equities market depreciated by 10.79 per cent.

As of the first day of trading this year (January 4), the NSE market capitalisation stood at N9.757tn, while the All-Share Index was 28,370.32 basis points.

But as of the last day of trading in 2016 Q1 (March 31), the market capitalisation and All-Share Index crashed to N8.704tn and 25,306.22 basis points, respectively.

Equity investors in the country’s capital market had, in the first seven trading days on the floor of the NSE in 2016, lost N804tn of their investment’s worth. Market capitalisation after the close of trading on the floor of the Exchange on the first seven days closed at N8.953tn.

The All-Share Index also dropped from 28,370.32 basis points recoded on the first day of trading in 2016 to 26,034.94 on the seventh trading day of this year.

The downward trend in the Nigerian stock market, weeks into 2016, did not show any sign of abating as the market capitalisation continued to fall, with 10 out of the 12 indices of the NSE recording negative stance 10 weeks into 2016.

The market capitalisation of the NSE fell by N811bn in the first 10 weeks of trading this year.

The NSE market capitalisation dropped from N9.75tn on January 4, 2016 to N8.939tn 10 weeks into the year, while the All-Share Index also closed at 25,988.40 basis points from the 28,643.67 basis points recorded on the first trading day of the year.

Investors had also made huge losses in the Nigerian equities market last year as the market capitalisation (equities only) of the NSE shed a total of N2.354tn between December 2014 and December 2015.

The President, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Mr. Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, last week, said the country’s capital market could not continue to lag behind in the global arena, adding that it needed to strategise for growth to better the economy.

He said the capital market must facilitate capital raising for economic growth as well as mobilise savings for investment.

Aig-Imoukhuede said part of the strategies was a broad consensus on sectorial priorities for growth, which should feed into policy formation.

He advocated for incentives for priority economic sectors like Information and Communications Technology, while pushing for non-listed national champions to be listed on the NSE for others to follow.

He said, “Nigeria is facing a huge growth challenge. Nigeria, indeed, has a big challenge in terms of growth. Employment rate must grow owing to the fact that the population is also growing very fast. Growth is difficult to realise; so, government must stimulate growth.

“Nigeria is only exaggerating the impacts of falling oil prices now. This is because with a robust financial market the economy can be sustained. The financial market must be encouraged.”

He described the Nigerian financial market as a ‘high-risked’ market, saying the situation was capable of attracting limited investors who could ultimately stop at nothing to maximise returns.

An analyst at WSTC Financial Services Limited, Mr. Tola Oni, said in the last one year, the efficiency of the country’s economy had been constrained by policies – monetary and fiscal.

He noted that the country had not been able to chart the right path in the past one year, saying some actions by the Federal Government in recent times had shown a rethink especially in the partial deregulation of the petroleum downstream sub-sector and the flexible foreign exchange market.

“Our concern is that this flexibility must mean flexibility in the whole sense of it. We’ve seen the capital market make progress recently owing to these. Any attempt by the government to interfere again could drag us back significantly,” he added.

The President, Constance Shareholders Association of Nigeria, Mr. Shehu Mikail, said the happenings in the stock market in the past one year were a reflection of the country’s economic stance, which is very hostile policy-wise

He said the country had been plagued with serious economic and financial challenges, which had resulted in activities being slowed down especially in the financial sphere, which included the NSE.

Mikail added, “The prices can be better if things turn around economically. The 2016 budget had been passed and the implication of the passage would start filtering into the economy in due course. With the recent forex flexibility, we expect the game to change.

To this end, the NSE Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Oscar Onyema, while commenting on the state of the market, had said, “Among emerging markets, recession has materialised in Brazil and Russia, and the trend is likely to continue amid weakening oil and other commodity prices. The Nigerian stock market had already lost $30bn since July 2014.

“In the sub-Saharan Africa, while the recent performance of Nigeria and South Africa, has been lackluster, the overall region has weathered the commodity slump better than Latin America and elsewhere, with growth slated at 4.3 per cent in 2016, up from 3.8 per cent in 2015.”

http://www.punchng.com/stock-market-lost-n1-732tn-one-year-buhari/


story for the gods
Politics / Re: Pass Money Laundering Bill, Buhari Tells NASS by free2ryhme: 8:41am On May 31
anonimi:
What of the PIB bill?
Mallam is not interested

PIB bill is dead and buried

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Politics / Re: Pass Money Laundering Bill, Buhari Tells NASS by free2ryhme: 8:40am On May 31
they wont pass the bill because they are the custodian of money laundry

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Romance / Re: Ladies: Key Sign Dat A Guy Truely Loves U by free2ryhme: 7:58am On May 31
Leriebloom:


I know or type ehn, but I wld jus pretend like I don't know what u r trying to do. grin

You know wrong
Politics / Re: President Buhari's Federal Excuses Council - Reno Omokri by free2ryhme: 7:22am On May 31
Undisputed, sound and factual. More grease to your elbow.

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Phones / Re: How To Spot A Fake SD Card (memory Card) by free2ryhme: 7:19am On May 31
beware of fake SD
Education / Re: Kogi State University Strike Clocks 7 Weeks, Massive Exodus Of Lecturers by free2ryhme: 7:18am On May 31
it is well with our education system
Romance / Re: Ladies: Key Sign Dat A Guy Truely Loves U by free2ryhme: 4:53am On May 31
Leriebloom:


grin grin grin grin grin

You wanted my attention dear, you got it. Now I m done answering u ,so go and play

Who seeks a goblin's attention?lol

grin
Politics / Re: You Can’t Stop Me From Travelling Abroad - Fayose Dares Buhari by free2ryhme: 2:04am On May 31
amaechi1:


That includes you if you are a man. If he is the one let him try to travel.

undecided
Romance / Re: Ladies: Key Sign Dat A Guy Truely Loves U by free2ryhme: 2:03am On May 31
Leriebloom:


grin grin grin

I see a frustrated being

grin grin grin grin

Hehehehehe wow keep smiling frustrated being who speaks from experience grin
Politics / Re: Biafran Protester Killed Just Now --- Graphic Photos by free2ryhme: 8:48pm On May 30
Greenback:


God punish joblessness and idleness
baahahahahahahahaha........
Thunder faya hunger and broke_arsseness
haaaahahahahahahaha....

Hey your name may be the reason why fulani wants you darely

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