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Re: Foreigners Doing Business In Nigeria. Our Failures Dreadful Struggles & Success. by Ugosample(m): 12:33am On Oct 18, 2019
iceberylin:
The annoying part is Foreigners think Naija is a Great Country....

i jst laugh @ dia stupidiry

if you have huge capital
And mind for business

Foreign investors reap from the Nigerian market /economy
that Is why they say it's great

its great FOR THEM


But for most of the local populations
NIGERIA is hellish
Re: Foreigners Doing Business In Nigeria. Our Failures Dreadful Struggles & Success. by Ugosample(m): 12:41am On Oct 18, 2019
bigx:
Most Nigerians Have such an evil, backward mindset. Threads like this expose them. No wonder... it's not the leaders

It's quite unfortunate
Re: Foreigners Doing Business In Nigeria. Our Failures Dreadful Struggles & Success. by Ugosample(m): 12:53am On Oct 18, 2019


Nigerians don't like to share helpful information for free.

Let me give you one PERFECT example. Last year or so, there was a glitch on an American airline's website that allowed people to buy tickets to Israel at a ridiculously cheap amount. The Jews called ALLLLL their family and friends and the airline suffered a huge loss. My mother and I joked that if the tickets had been to Nigeria, not one of our family and friends would have said JACK. The airline probably wouldn't have noticed the glitch for months.

that's true

Nigerians are bizarre
Re: Foreigners Doing Business In Nigeria. Our Failures Dreadful Struggles & Success. by ornicus: 11:24am On Oct 19, 2019
Ugosample:


that's true

Nigerians are bizarre

True story.

January one 2012 , I saw on nairaland that subsidy had been cancelled

I got into my pickup, took all four 25 liter jerrycans and went straight to the atm.

I met some dude at the atm. I told him subsidy had been removed. Guy was like so what do you want to do? As if it was not obvious.

Anyway, I got to forte oil and filled my jerry cans. The guy showed up as well and bought petrol. After buying, he told the attendants that subsidy had been canceled. As I drove out they locked the station.

I could not for the life of me understand that action.

University, we had some truly useless lecturers. It turned out one of them had a particular textbook he was dubbing and regurgitating. For some reason, a classmate chose to tell me. He expected me to somehow understand that it should be a secret from the rest of the class. I did not go along, but rather made the book and knowledge about it available to everyone.

Nigerians operate on poverty mentality which translates into what I call ignorance economy. They are only able to make money by capitalizing on your ignorance . Go to pc village, see people charging for outdated pirated software that you can download yourself. And trying to make it look like it is something special or amazing.

Das how we roll
Re: Foreigners Doing Business In Nigeria. Our Failures Dreadful Struggles & Success. by Ugosample(m): 11:32am On Oct 19, 2019
ornicus:


True story.

January one 2012 , I saw on nairaland that subsidy had been cancelled

I got into my pickup, took all four 25 liter jerrycans and went straight to the atm.

I met some dude at the atm. I told him subsidy had been removed. Guy was like so what do you want to do? As if it was not obvious.

Anyway, I got to forte oil and filled my jerry cans. The guy showed up as well and bought petrol. After buying, he told the attendants that subsidy had been canceled. As I drove out they locked the station.

I could not for the life of me understand that action.

University, we had some truly useless lecturers. It turned out one of them had a particular textbook he was dubbing and regurgitating. For some reason, a classmate chose to tell me. He expected me to somehow understand that it should be a secret from the rest of the class. I did not go along, but rather made the book and knowledge about it available to everyone.

Nigerians operate on poverty mentality which translates into what I call ignorance economy. They are only able to make money by capitalizing on your ignorance . Go to pc village, see people charging for outdated pirated software that you can download yourself. And trying to make it look like it is something special or amazing.

Das how we roll

I understand you perfectly

it's too bad how Nigerians reason;undecided

it's a society of psychologically damaged people
Re: Foreigners Doing Business In Nigeria. Our Failures Dreadful Struggles & Success. by aynana2000: 9:03am On Dec 04, 2019
Hello guys can someone help, I need to get the company that produces this plastic. Thanks

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