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Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Gistitydotcom: 7:13am On Jul 05, 2016
As Nigerians, we tend to mostly see the bad in every situation and neglect the good or moral lessons. But I think in order to progress as a country, especially for common men like us, it’s necessary to sit back, analyze every situation and try to see what we can learn from it. Today’s case study will be ‘lessons learned by Nigerians from PMB’s regime’. Though the lessons are numerous and touches different people in different ways, today we are considering probably the ones that affects us all as a country.

PMB has proven that you don’t have to go to school to be a President
In fact from the look of things, you don’t even need to be educated to govern Nigeria. This gives hope to the common Nigerian who thinks of dropping out of secondary school but has been looking for the reason to convince his parents that he is not mad and he knows what he wants to be in life. Think no further, tell mummy, tell daddy that you want to be a president like PMB. After all when you get there you have the privilege of hiring seven or more so called ‘learned individuals’ to prove that you don’t have to pass through school to have a certificate.

Lying can be a profitable career if harnessed properly
If you have doubts about it, ask the man who told us that 1 Naira will equal 1 dollars once PMB wins. If that is not enough ask the man who promised you 5,000 Naira every month for being jobless. If you are still not convinced, ask the person that claims the country is running on an empty treasury left by last administration. Then the question is, can an engine wrong without fuel? Talk less of a whole country like Nigeria. If you are in doubt of how much he earns, the records of his recent trip to China will prove to you that lying is a profitable career.

Corruption depends on one’s perspective
Imagine, the legislative arm of government risk going to jail over a forgery case they claim to know nothing about but the leader of the executive arm of government can’t go to jail for forged certificate and inability to provide one. A sitting governor who has immunity got his personal account frozen but our minister, a former governor, whom people have written petitions to be probed, is roaming around and still spending freely.

Bearing the same name as an influential person might be a curse
If in doubt ask Aisha Buhari. I don’t know... Continue Reading
http://gistity.com/opinion-polls/lessons-learnt-so-far-from-pmb-regime/

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by spass101(m): 7:34am On Jul 05, 2016
Funny thing is that this sentimental shit will make FT & all the goons will have more materials to fight with.

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by FinestPINACLE(f): 7:50am On Jul 05, 2016
Learnt how to beg conductors to drop u from one junction to another cus tfare no dey... cheesy
Learnt how to cook watery soup, it must last for 2weeks o...;(;(;(
kpako toughen up, ajebuta turn kpako...

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by DaBullIT(m): 8:58am On Jul 05, 2016
This is pure wailing







Do you need handkerchief >??


bwahahahah




HE PAIN AM


Same Buhari has taught me that even the most educated , the most vocal , most powerful men in the country are ready to take your wealth and those of your next 3 generations for themselves because someone assured them stealing is not corruption

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by PassingShot(m): 9:00am On Jul 05, 2016
"Wailers are like Isrealites who wished Moses had left them to die in Egypt".

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by malton: 9:02am On Jul 05, 2016
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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Gistitydotcom: 7:08am On Jul 07, 2016
FinestPINACLE:
Learnt how to beg conductors to drop u from one junction to another cus tfare no dey... cheesy
Learnt how to cook watery soup, it must last for 2weeks o...;(;(;(
kpako toughen up, ajebuta turn kpako...

lol
Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Nobody: 7:10am On Jul 07, 2016
Gistitydotcom:
As Nigerians, we tend to mostly see the bad in every situation and neglect the good or moral lessons. But I think in order to progress as a country, especially for common men like us, it’s necessary to sit back, analyze every situation and try to see what we can learn from it. Today’s case study will be ‘lessons learned by Nigerians from PMB’s regime’. Though the lessons are numerous and touches different people in different ways, today we are considering probably the ones that affects us all as a country.

PMB has proven that you don’t have to go to school to be a President
In fact from the look of things, you don’t even need to be educated to govern Nigeria. This gives hope to the common Nigerian who thinks of dropping out of secondary school but has been looking for the reason to convince his parents that he is not mad and he knows what he wants to be in life. Think no further, tell mummy, tell daddy that you want to be a president like PMB. After all when you get there you have the privilege of hiring seven or more so called ‘learned individuals’ to prove that you don’t have to pass through school to have a certificate.

Lying can be a profitable career if harnessed properly
If you have doubts about it, ask the man who told us that 1 Naira will equal 1 dollars once PMB wins. If that is not enough ask the man who promised you 5,000 Naira every month for being jobless. If you are still not convinced, ask the person that claims the country is running on an empty treasury left by last administration. Then the question is, can an engine wrong without fuel? Talk less of a whole country like Nigeria. If you are in doubt of how much he earns, the records of his recent trip to China will prove to you that lying is a profitable career.

Corruption depends on one’s perspective
Imagine, the legislative arm of government risk going to jail over a forgery case they claim to know nothing about but the leader of the executive arm of government can’t go to jail for forged certificate and inability to provide one. A sitting governor who has immunity got his personal account frozen but our minister, a former governor, whom people have written petitions to be probed, is roaming around and still spending freely.

Bearing the same name as an influential person might be a curse
If in doubt ask Aisha Buhari. I don’t know... Continue Reading
http://gistity.com/opinion-polls/lessons-learnt-so-far-from-pmb-regime/
So correct smiley smiley

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by mrvitalis(m): 7:24am On Jul 07, 2016
Nigerians really don't know how government is runed and it's obvious from the way they speak ans write on government issue

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Gistitydotcom: 7:35am On Jul 07, 2016
imhotep:

So correct smiley smiley

Thanks. Don't forget to share on facebook!
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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Gistitydotcom: 7:36am On Jul 07, 2016
mrvitalis:
Nigerians really don't know how government is runed and it's obvious from the way they speak ans write on government issue
Feel free to enlighten us kind sir...

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Nobody: 7:43am On Jul 07, 2016
DaBullIT:
This is pure wailing







Do you need handkerchief >??


bwahahahah




HE PAIN AM


Same Buhari has taught me that even the most educated , the most vocal , most powerful men in the country are ready to take your wealth and those of your next 3 generations for themselves because someone assured them stealing is not corruption


Wat of the ones these thieves have stolen.. how and when do we get dem back??
Abaloot
Obasanjo
Ibb
AishaHaliburton
Amaechi
Tinubu etc.......

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Gistitydotcom: 7:45am On Jul 07, 2016
crixtex:


Wat of the ones these thieves have stolen.. how and when do we get dem back??
Abaloot
Obasanjo
Ibb
AishaHaliburton
Amaechi
Tinubu etc.......

Exactly! Or are they telling us that no one is corrupt unless they are not on buhari's friend's list

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Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by FinestPINACLE(f): 7:59am On Jul 07, 2016
Gistitydotcom:


lol
Dearie I no lie nah... Na wetin I learn b that....
Have u checked my signature?
Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by FinestPINACLE(f): 8:00am On Jul 07, 2016
Gistitydotcom:


lol
Dearie I no lie nah... Na wetin I learn b that....
Have u checked my signature? grin grin grin
Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Nobody: 8:00am On Jul 07, 2016
Gistitydotcom:


Exactly! Or are they telling us that no one is corrupt unless they are not on buhari's friend's list

From waht i have seen from Buhari, i believe corruption is a matter of perspective, so if anoda govt enters they wud fight corruption from deir own perspective as well......
Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Houseofglam7(f): 9:05am On Jul 07, 2016
I've learnt all the names of the barbers in my neighborhood coz that's where I charge my phone undecided
Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by Nobody: 10:41am On Jul 07, 2016
I just imagine how much time and efforts it took the op to compose and write this stuff and what he could have done with his time. Does he think that people outside Nairaland will recognize him as an intelligent person.
Re: Lessons Learned From PMB Regime by VaginaTerrorist(m): 11:18am On Jul 07, 2016
mrvitalis:
Nigerians really don't know how government is runed and it's obvious from the way they speak ans write on government issue
it wouldn't be bad idea if You teach us.

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