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Education / Re: Dada-Ayodele UNILAG's First Graduate With 5.0 CGPA by gokuu(m): 9:42pm On Feb 24
jaybee3:


Investment Banks
Are you joking??
Family / Re: Man Spotted Carrying His Wife's Handbag... by gokuu(m): 7:11am On Feb 04
Big deal?
Education / Re: Covenant University Trends On Twitter See Tweets by gokuu(m): 6:15am On Feb 04
I love my University of Lagos, however, Covenant University is also a good school. A school does not have to be federal or decades old to qualify as a good school.
Health / Re: Zika Virus Infection Reported In USA by gokuu(m): 9:37am On Feb 03
The church people have come again. Adeboye has nothing to do with this. Zika has been around for a long time.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zika_virus

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Hillary Clinton Declared Victory In Iowa Caucus by gokuu(m): 8:09am On Feb 03
yahrant140:
Hillary is the queen of the chaos, apocalypse awaiting for the world!
This is an example of what Hillary calls "a vast right-wing conspiracy theory"
Foreign Affairs / Re: Hillary Clinton Declared Victory In Iowa Caucus by gokuu(m): 8:06am On Feb 03
twize:
Ted Cruz is the man not Clinton, is it a family affair? The husband has ruled let somebody else have that seat.
Anyone can run for president. Coming from a party with presidential history doesn't preclude you from running. I smell a whiff of sexism in your comments, you probably wanted to say she shouldn't be president because she's a woman but you didn't want to seem too retro, so you found another false line of attack.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Hillary Clinton Declared Victory In Iowa Caucus by gokuu(m): 11:35pm On Feb 02
uniklinkum:

How is impossible to make things work in a nation that boast to be the most powerful in the world. How is it hard to tell the 1% holding everyone to ransom for there unjustified greed. I thought the Senate were not in agreement with the Iranian deal too but it's all story today...feelthebern brother...
Conduct of foreign policy is usually an executive thing. There was no bill regarding lifting of sanctions that went through congress. Republicans would have blocked it. You seem to think there's a consensus in America. There isn't one. Obama won huge victories in 2008 yet republicans blocked everything they could block. Sanders "political revolution" where he has everyone falling in line with his agenda is a pipe dream.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Hillary Clinton Declared Victory In Iowa Caucus by gokuu(m): 11:16pm On Feb 02
CFCman:

Unfortunately for Sanders, NH will be his last will be his last major victory in the primaries. Clinton will win 47 other states, and garner a majority of the delegates from those states, while uncle Bernie's only other win will be in Vermont.
Bernie's low polling numbers amongst women and ethnic minorities will be his undoing.
Not necessarily. Sanders will be viable in states like Rhode Island, Delaware, Maine, Vermont and a host of others. They just won't be enough.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Hillary Clinton Declared Victory In Iowa Caucus by gokuu(m): 11:12pm On Feb 02
uniklinkum:

Yeah but the young voters did it for Obama years ago.. his plans are so realistic cos he won't be detered by establishment people and lobbyists organization, they have no impact in his making. What happened to veto power in shaping the legislative into shape. Funny enough most developing countries have been able to implement most of Sanders ideas with no ish.. Germany and Finland on free tuition, Holland on decriminalization of marijuana and smaller prisons. Let watch and see as the roller coaster goes. This is about the middle class and the real people standing up against those blackmailing them with lower wages and threatening them on moving operations to China and India.
Sanders is selling the impossible. Republicans control the house by more than 50 seats. Congressional districts are so gerrymandered that it's almost impossible for democrats to win control anytime soon. The senate is also republican, even if democrats reclaim some liberal senate seats, they won't have the 60 votes needed to get anything done in the US senate. The last time democrats had 60 senate seats was when Obamacare was passed and even that was contentious. Most of those senators have been wiped out as well.
Sanders is not a brave truth-teller. Hillary can deliver in reality.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Hillary Clinton Declared Victory In Iowa Caucus by gokuu(m): 11:05pm On Feb 02
Missy89:

Militant Bernie supporters are living in virtual reality. First, His key base ( young voters) are very unreliable. Secondly, his plans are great but it is very unlikely to happen because he is unlikely to have the congress, even if he does, most democrats are not that far left. The revolution needs to start in the legislative not the executive branch of government if you want real reforms. Even if he becomes president which is highly unlikely, all his great ideas will be watered down. Obama who had few radical plans barely got 60% of his policies implemented.
Absolutely, Hillary remains the top choice. Sanders could not even deliver a victory in a state that is so strongly tailored to his strengths. Iowa democrats are 91% white, 43% identify as pure socialists (not just liberals) and the small size of the state allowed him campaign with ease in the urban centres. These stats should look great on paper for a lefty like Sanders, yet he lost it. He will likely win extremely white-NH but as the race goes down south, Hillary will deliver the KO punch.
Politics / Re: Obiano Reacts To Pro-Biafra Protest In Onitsha - Vanguard by gokuu(m): 11:58pm On Dec 02, 2015
cabaliciouscabal:

80% of Igbos ar illiterate, wondering were u got ur statistics dat igbos ar Educated.
So ow do u xplain d killing of d police men and d hausa man, Wat abt d burning of dia mosque?
U pple ar jst set of confused human beings. Wat a pity.
I think more than 80% of Nigerians are illiterate.
The ipob (I refuse to capitalise) are just a bunch of dumb looneys. It's surprising that people who pride themselves in trade would suddenly want to reduce the population they serve.
Politics / Re: Obiano Reacts To Pro-Biafra Protest In Onitsha - Vanguard by gokuu(m): 10:48pm On Dec 02, 2015
This biafra idea is really outrageous and out-of-date. What's fun in being a broke and landlocked nation surrounded by the Nigeria?
The river Niger is the size of my waist and cannot possibly serve as a shipping route (that's if it's not dammed in the delta).
The crazy ipob and massob are just a bunch of looneys with no plan or blueprint whatsoever. The startling thing is that they actually have a few followers. #talkaboutilliteracy

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Education / Re: Beautiful Pictures Of Matriculants From Covenant University by gokuu(m): 11:12pm On Nov 02, 2015
iukpe:

Artificial hair, artificial height, artificial smiles, artificial............
So? What's your business? Does the purported artificiality violate any of your fundamental human rights? Reasonably, I do not think so.

On a lighter note: Congratulations to the students.
Crime / Re: Photos From Another Traffic Robbery In Lagos by gokuu(m): 11:05pm On Nov 02, 2015
simplycarro:

Says who?, but so far, the ladies have been far more susceptible to these opportunistic attacks.
You sound like a sexist douche. Do you have any set of facts to back up your unfounded claims of women being more susceptible to robbery? Do you even have a fickle on how many robberies happen in the state?
I think you should stick to condemning the robberies and offering your thoughts on solutions rather than dictating when women get on and off the road.
Career / Re: KPMG: My Temp Experience by gokuu(m): 6:28pm On Oct 22, 2015
Come on, it's just KPMG. Here in UNILAG we're doing Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch internships in London and New York. Anyway, coming from the coal hinterlands, I must say KPMG might seem quite a (in Donald Trump's voice) HUGE change.

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Business / Re: Ngozi Okonjo-iweala Joins Lazard As Senior Advisor by gokuu(m): 9:41am On Sep 21, 2015
Whao!!! Lazard is the dream Canary Wharfer in London and every Wall Streeter in New York. Anyone misspelling the name is simply uninformed and bitter. NOI stock is really selling no matter what the crazies say...

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Politics / Re: Anambra Couple With Triplet Cry For Help, Govt Offers N2k, Bag Of Rice, Dettol by gokuu(m): 9:05pm On Sep 13, 2015
This is not government business. I think we need more maternal care accompanied by liberal abortion laws. Couples should be able to plan their families instead of having disasters like this that grows the population with reckless abandon.

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Family / Re: My Husband Insists I Dish Food For Him by gokuu(m): 12:10am On Sep 03, 2015
I can't even believe we are still discussing this in the 21st century. He should even be grateful that you woke early to make something in the first place. The thing is, while I am a 21st century liberal, most Nigerian men are extreme conservatives with obnoxious ideas of a woman's role. I think some women also encourage such behavior. You need to stand up for your dignity, If he is truly hungry he will eat.
As for those saying it is grounds for "eating outside," a man that will cheat will cheat.

xoxo.

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Career / Re: CFA Candidates In The House by gokuu(m): 5:40pm On Aug 06, 2015
Congratulations!
I did pass L1 and was wondering if you could mail me L2 texts (whether Schweser, Elan or Curriculum) at mrfixitanenih@yahoo.com. I would really appreciate it.
Thanks.
donkunzman:
Lol. I passed L2
Religion / Re: 10 Women A Christian Man Should Avoid When Considering Marriage by gokuu(m): 9:23pm On May 31, 2015
Is it just me or is this post from 1815? When men are not are not very successful, it's so easy to jump to the Bible and dredge up a lot. Well, being the flaming Liberal I am, I beg to disagree on all these out-of-touch ideas!

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Politics / Re: Free Meals, Allowance For Jobless Youths, N5,000 For Poor Families-Buhari Offers by gokuu(m): 9:20am On Jan 06, 2015
MRLANNISTER:

Without doubt Nigeria has the money. If we remove wasted 100B from where it is being filtered to, there will be more money going into welfare. Dont forget that the service providers will not be Koreans and Britons. They will be Nigerian firms who will make profit and in turn pay taxes, employ staff who will in turn also pay taxes. So its a win win situation for government, the masses, the economy and the people who blindly follow GEJ.
Where is the money? The fact that the country has reserves does not mean that it does not have any debts? In fact, the presence of those reserves is what is keeping the poor credit rating of the country relatively stable, and also keeping the already high interests on our debt relatively stable. Once we start throwing it around on transfer payments with no investment in the productive capacity a disastrous chain of activity will follow and the debt will grow at an increasing rate. While i believe in the multiplier effect, one built solely on consumption of primarily imported goods will only exacerbate capital flight and send the already weak currency to the dogs.
As for employment service providers, we couldn't even manage a subsidy program on a tangible product like petroleum with few actors, How can we now manage a welfare program that the majority of 200 million will be involved in? Not to talk of the corruption that will unfold.
This proposal is a BAD DEAL for the country, especially the struggling middle class.

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Politics / Re: Free Meals, Allowance For Jobless Youths, N5,000 For Poor Families-Buhari Offers by gokuu(m): 3:13am On Jan 06, 2015
Who is going to administer such a massive program?
Where will the budget for it come from? The national debt is still growing at high rate.
How will the income eligibility be determined?
How will an applicant's income level be verified?
What is to say that 100 million people will not apply and qualify?
Is there going to be an age restriction?
Will there be work/national service requirement?
What will be the effect on inflation?
Where is the infrastructure to handle it?

A program like will take inflation to historic levels and trash the already weak currency we are managing. Those who have worked and saved up will lose. It's going to be a huge and unfair redistribution of wealth. I do not support tacitly robbing Peter to pay Paul. This is all aside the brand new corruption milky way it will create for talented fraudsters and corrupt officials. Any sound economist should be disappointed by this idea, it does not solve any real problem and is fundamentally flawed.

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Politics / Re: Free Meals, Allowance For Jobless Youths, N5,000 For Poor Families-Buhari Offers by gokuu(m): 2:40am On Jan 06, 2015
lastpage:

He never said "global".... He said he would stabilize "Oil prices".
Now, if you think that is an impossible statement, then l have no right even discussing with you!
You need to get a Dictionary and look up the difference between "Stabilize" and "Increase/Decrease".
You also need to get a good "general education", Economics in particular, to see how "Market Stabilization" is/can be achieved.
I dont like dolts jumping on a topic they know nothing about, just because they are "fuelled" by partisan politics laced with a huge dose of ignorance! wink wink
Lastpage!
He cannot stabilize any crude oil price. Jimmy Carter couldn't stabilize crude oil prices even when the success of his re-election campaign depended on it. What leverage does GMB have on the other suppliers of petroleum resources? None.
Politics / Re: Free Meals, Allowance For Jobless Youths, N5,000 For Poor Families-Buhari Offers by gokuu(m): 2:33am On Jan 06, 2015
I'm leaning Buhari but I'm just not ready to be a socialist. These ''free-free-dash-dash'' ideas is a huge mistake and it's wrong for Nigeria. The last thing we need is to begin to encourage a welfare state and the inefficiencies that come with it. It is just highly unsustainable and will be too tough to gut. GMB should be talking more of how to grow the private sector and address infastructure because that's where the real jobs come from.
Politics / Re: 2015: Nigerian Senators & Reps. Members With 3rd, 4th, 5th Term Tickets by gokuu(m): 9:55am On Dec 31, 2014
There's no problem with serving more than two terms in the Senate or House. The constitution clearly allows it. It's even better to keep a senator that has substantial seniority to have your state's voice heard. A first-term senator will spend the better half of the term learning the basic rules and procedures and will not be taken seriously even if he has been governor or whatever in his state before that.

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Education / Re: Unilag-made Car Emerges Third Best In World Competition by gokuu(m): 5:41pm On Aug 17, 2014
The University of Lagos......delivering since 1962.
TV/Movies / Re: Funmi Iyanda - NTA Shut-down My Show For Interviewing A Gay Man by gokuu(m): 12:58pm On Oct 31, 2013
Donjazzy12:
Shut up already! You make me sick!
finally, i struck a nerve. you've run out of vitriolic ideas. take a rain check and reflect on some of your narrow-minded extreme views. as a social LIBERAL who appreciates diversity, i'll do my best to spread the message of accommodation.

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TV/Movies / Re: Funmi Iyanda - NTA Shut-down My Show For Interviewing A Gay Man by gokuu(m): 12:49pm On Oct 31, 2013
caseless: Allah, i go kill am. He wld find more peace dumping religion, than goin into 'homosexuality'. I'm too homophobic 2 co-exist with gays.
strong words! you're not just homophobic, you're an extremist. at this point, there's no difference between you and boko haram members.
TV/Movies / Re: Funmi Iyanda - NTA Shut-down My Show For Interviewing A Gay Man by gokuu(m): 12:31pm On Oct 31, 2013
Donjazzy12:
They wont!
''IF'' and how are you so sure? do you have a magic wand?
TV/Movies / Re: Funmi Iyanda - NTA Shut-down My Show For Interviewing A Gay Man by gokuu(m): 12:17pm On Oct 31, 2013
Klinee: That funmi must be gay too! They would have arrest them and kill them now. Why do they allow those evil to escape now. They suppose to burn them alive. Welldone to NTA but they would have arrest the two gays and kill them.
if your son or daughter comes out to you that he or she is gay, would you also burn him or her alive?

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TV/Movies / Re: Funmi Iyanda - NTA Shut-down My Show For Interviewing A Gay Man by gokuu(m): 11:02am On Oct 31, 2013
Given the kind of sexually charged music videos on tv these days, i wonder why there's so much fuss about a harmless interview. the things homophobia can do.

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TV/Movies / Re: Funmi Iyanda - NTA Shut-down My Show For Interviewing A Gay Man by gokuu(m): 2:56am On Oct 31, 2013
50calibre:

Samsung!!! Samsung currently has the largest share of the smartphone market, and widening the gap with every of their new products. This wasn't the case 2-3 years ago under jobs.

And oh!! I use an iphone, it's what I'm typing with right now, so don't give me the you can't afford crap.
whao! so now you own samsung? do you know that samsung has an LGBT friendly policy?

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