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Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by mukina2: 11:46pm On May 24, 2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HebVrYwh6H4

Africa's most populous nation should be the most favourable business location for most north american countries, because of her official language, being English and her diverse cultures.

Are Nigerian youths eager to work, to learn and to engage in outsourcing from other countries?

Is Nigeria a goldmine for genuine business investors?

Should Nigerians in the diaspora come back to develop and invest?

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Nobody: 1:24am On May 25, 2013
no, they should stay there!

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Fhemmmy: 1:25am On May 25, 2013
Yes, Nigeria is so much ready to be tapped and money be made from that nation BUT:
1. The common need to make a business grow is not there yet - Light, security and attitude.
2. The Nigerian youth (SOME of Them) are not really ready, they have play for too long with Mama and Papa, and they have been involved with too much easy way of making money that i am not sure they are ready to use their strength to make money


Cost of running a generator alone will kill a lot of business or at least reduce your margin of profit.

With these been said, Nigeria is still a place where one can make good money if you are persistence and ready to tough it out.

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by mbhs139(m): 1:25am On May 25, 2013
Yea Mukina. I did a course in outsourcing, and I'm a member of the outsourcing practitioners of Nigeria.

Yes, Nigeria still has a lot to gain when it comes to outsourcing business, particularly from overseas. India is already saturated and the jobs are moving to Nigeria. Our government only need to fix some certain things, particularly light. Outsourcing jobs are jobs you can even do in the comfort of your living room.
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Fhemmmy: 1:25am On May 25, 2013
banega: no, they should stay there!

Please give reason, is it personal anger towards them or cos you think they have nothing to offer?

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Fhemmmy: 1:27am On May 25, 2013
mbhs139: Yea Mukina. I did a course in outsourcing, and I'm a member of the outsourcing practitioners of Nigeria.

Yes, Nigeria still has a lot to gain when it comes to outsourcing business, particularly from overseas. [/b]India is already saturated and the jobs are moving to Nigeria. Our government only need to fix some certain things, particularly light. Outsourcing jobs are jobs you can even do in the comfort of your living room.

[b]If we could make the needed facility available and secure the life of people, Nigeria will be so much in money from outsourcing, cos compared to Indians, Nigerians could speak very good english . . . But how many call centre will bring their business to Nigeria only to be using candles.
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Fhemmmy: 1:31am On May 25, 2013
colombiana: Wait don't sleep ooo let me ask those witches flying across

I wish we could all take this thread serious, cos might be the start of great things . . . cool

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by nenergy(m): 1:50am On May 25, 2013
Outsourcing is a 'big' word for contracting. Na today contracting start for 9ja?
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by colombiana: 1:51am On May 25, 2013
Fhemmmy:

I wish we could all take this thread serious, cos might be the start of great things . . . cool
Right question at the wrong time, late hours try asking buhari and tinubu weda its safe first
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by leonshom(m): 2:01am On May 25, 2013
who told u dat Nigeria youths r not ready 2 work? and if it even seems dat way, havent u had the thought dat probably d government laid d poor foundation 4its Citizenry ! Nt tryin 2blame d govt but i'l tel u dat Nigerian youths r not lazy nd they r ready 2 work !
Fhemmmy: Yes, Nigeria is so much ready to be tapped and money be made from that nation BUT:
1. The common need to make a business grow is not there yet - Light, security and attitude.
2. The Nigerian youth are not really ready, they have play for too long with Mama and Papa, and they have been involved with too much easy way of making money that i am not sure they are ready to use their strength to make money


Cost of running a generator alone will kill a lot of business or at least reduce your margin of profit.

With these been said, Nigeria is still a place where one can make good money if you are persistence and ready to tough it out.

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by slimchimex(m): 2:06am On May 25, 2013
and dey say GEJ is not working....by the time he complete's his 8 years in office all APC,Tinubu and Buhari vagabond will be shouting "HALLA JONATHAN"... Oga jona carry go,u'r on the right track to make nigeria the best country to stay and invest.....

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by ghananotnaija(m): 2:20am On May 25, 2013
mukina2:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HebVrYwh6H4

Africa's most populous nation should be the most favourable business location for most north american countries, because of her official language, being English and her diverse cultures.

Most Nigerian youth, even college graduates, cannot speak English fluent enough for the business setting.

Are Nigerian youths eager to work, to learn and to engage in outsourcing from other countries?

No, except maybe in scams and frauds.

Is Nigeria a goldmine for genuine business investors?

Maybe by goldmine you mean a bottomless pit where you'll never see your money again.
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by KingPradas(m): 2:38am On May 25, 2013
ghananotnaija:

Most Nigerian youth, even college graduates, cannot speak English fluent enough for the business setting.



No, except maybe in scams and frauds.



Maybe by goldmine you mean a bottomless pit where you'll never see your money again.

Look at your self, how is nigeria ever going to improved if the citizens of the country keep blaming the youths. isn't the government faults that they didn't had good education, and why wouldn't them engage themselves in scams and frauds if they can't get jobs ?

And i would like to see how Ghana is more superior to Nigeria. (Ghana Must Go)
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by talk2hb1(m): 2:47am On May 25, 2013
What do we have to offer?
Because what I know about this outsourcing, is that before a country can enjoy outsourcing at the global level, the man power and infrastructure must be in place. Who is going to deal with Nigerians with our bad power supply?
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by dan55: 3:08am On May 25, 2013
yes
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by jenifertaler: 3:42am On May 25, 2013
This is right time to work on freelance site.So Nigerian will be earn great income from outsourcing

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Kairoseki77: 3:46am On May 25, 2013
OP...outsourcing is an energy intensive business. You NEED 24 hour power to be able to service calls at all times.

Like almost every business in Naija, this won't take off until there is a stable power supply. We cannot compete internationally when we are paying for generator powah!
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Nobody: 3:50am On May 25, 2013
ghananotnaija:

Most Nigerian youth, even college graduates, cannot speak English fluent enough for the business setting.



No, except maybe in scams and frauds.



Maybe by goldmine you mean a bottomless pit where you'll never see your money again.
see this mumu. how many people can speak fluent English south africa . even in usa, how many can speak good English? i really dont understand people like you with bad complex. am sure you are from ghana. how many of those banku face id.iots can even speak english in ghana let alone perfect english? if nigerians start bashing ghana now, it will be as if they hate ghanaians. what exactly is your problem that you cant shut your big mouth or cut off your fingers if you don't have anything positive to contribute?

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Nobody: 4:15am On May 25, 2013
If they can just give us 24hrs electricity and security, Nigeria will be officially a ready goldmine of a nation.

But should we keep fantasizing about potentials while forgetting our reality?

The reality is that nothing will change and our potential is nothing without work. We need to abandon tribalism, religious bigotry and corruption.

We can only get there when we stamp out corruption. If you think with corruption here and there, Nigeria will magically change out of some magical economic figures, you are dreaming.

Yes we are blessed, yes we can be among world top economies, yes corruption won't let us get there simple!!.
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by bootlegaz: 4:17am On May 25, 2013
9jadelta: see this mumu. how many people can speak fluent English south africa . even in usa, how many can speak good English? i really dont understand people like you with bad complex. am sure you are from ghana. how many of those banku face id.iots can even speak english in ghana let alone perfect english? if nigerians start bashing ghana now, it will be as if they hate ghanaians. what exactly is your problem that you cant shut you big mouth or cut off your fingers if you don't have anything positive to contribute?
Guy you for reply the Ghana man in broken English, make you no dey fall our hand here abeg. Your inability to articulate english grammar proficiently shows he is right on point.....Next time abeg make you allow some one else reply "charly"since your yarns dey make am sound intelligent.

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Originalsly: 4:23am On May 25, 2013
@OP...one step at a time. The first step to progress is 24/7 supply of stable electricity.Then encourage Nigerians in the diaspora to return to set up businesses. Why can't Nigerians develop Nigeria? Looking forward to receiving contracts from outsourcing North American companies is looking forward to exploitation unless the companies would be setting up factories which would be owned by Nigerians at the end of the contract.
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by fuckluv(f): 4:44am On May 25, 2013
ghananotnaija:

Most Nigerian youth, even college graduates, cannot speak English fluent enough for the business setting.



No, except maybe in scams and frauds.



Maybe by goldmine you mean a bottomless pit where you'll never see your money again.
Basically, when i newly joined nairaland, i tried to decipher what could be the bone of contention btw Nigerian peeps and ghanaians here on NL. It was not long before i realised that u ghanaians always stirred this up with ur incendiary comments. When a meaningful topic is broached abt Nigeria, u quickly hijacked it and instantly begin to show ur resentments on the country. I know that Nigeria has got so many problems on its own. But then, why not remove the big wool in ur eyes before trying to remove others?

U talked about Nigerian graduates who cannot speak fluently, do u mean to tell me that there are no such pple in ur country? Hypocrite!

The only thing u can boast of in ur country is constant power supply. Even with that, u are still way far behind Nigeria in all ramifications. Pls stop trying to fight what u cannot change, cos u are unfortunate to be a ghanaian. Stop trying to evoke annoyance in us as this would make us to believe that u r suffering from inferiority complex. Be good to ur BOSS.

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Nobody: 4:49am On May 25, 2013
Does Nigeria still exist? i thought boko boys later succeeded in dividing it undecided

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Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by rozayx5(m): 5:06am On May 25, 2013
yeah, but we still got a lot to do
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by babaowo: 5:19am On May 25, 2013
Let there be light in Nigeria o Lord!!! imagine if there is 24/7 electricity? i ain't go no where!
Re: Is Nigeria Untapped And Ready For Outsourcing? by Nobody: 5:45am On May 25, 2013
bootlegaz:
Guy you for reply the Ghana man in broken English, make you no dey fall our hand here abeg. Your inability to articulate english grammar proficiently shows he is right on point.....Next time abeg make you allow some one else reply "charly"since your yarns dey make am sound intelligent.
so what's up with what i wrote? i like to know.

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