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Lets by onward4life(m): 5:52pm On Aug 04, 2016
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Re: Lets by izzou(m): 6:02pm On Aug 04, 2016
sad angry
Re: Lets by onward4life(m): 4:33pm On Sep 07, 2016
izzou:
sad angry

Like dude u didn't see thing worth checking on my post abi? grin
Re: Lets by onward4life(m): 4:33pm On Sep 07, 2016
izzou:
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Haba Like dude u didn't see thing worth checking on my post abi? grin
Re: Lets by Nobody: 7:12pm On Sep 07, 2016
This is a private company, no due process or rule of engagement can be enforced here. As for why most foreign owned companies (and many Nigerian ones that can afford it) choose non Nigerians for sensitive posts, it has to do with trust issues. Most Nigerians put their own interests (esp where egunje is concerned) far above that of the company where they work, and this attitude will eventually run it into the ground.

As for the slave mentality issue, you are correct in that it exists, but wrong as to what causes it. No one can be made a slave without his own consent (and active participation). If he has the attitude of a slave, he will be treated as one. The way many Nigerian workers behave towards their superior officers is appalling, to be sincere. It does not engender respect, and many can sell their self esteem for 'garri money', I am sorry to say. Taking 'gifts' has a lot of drawbacks, believe me.

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Re: Lets by onward4life(m): 7:40pm On Sep 12, 2016
Farmerforlife:
This is a private company, no due process or rule of engagement can be enforced here. As for why most foreign owned companies (and many Nigerian ones that can afford it) choose non Nigerians for sensitive posts, it has to do with trust issues. Most Nigerians put their own interests (esp where egunje is concerned) far above that of the company where they work, and this attitude will eventually run it into the ground.

As for the slave mentality issue, you are correct in that it exists, but wrong as to what causes it. No one can be made a slave without his own consent (and active participation). If he has the attitude of a slave, he will be treated as one. The way many Nigerian workers behave towards their superior officers is appalling, to be sincere. It does not engender respect, and many can sell their self esteem for 'garri money', I am sorry to say. Taking 'gifts' has a lot of drawbacks, believe me.

Now Go to India. Proudly go to any Print Media and indicate Jobs for Nigerians only in their National Daily, in a country that a man had to carry the corpse of his wife and walk 70miles with a matured sobering Daughter. Indeed they would give you a very erotic thumbs up.. Abike Dabiri of the National assembly in charge of Diaspora once said on television NTA to be precise "in India as a legit and honest investor you are not even permitted to do whatever business you dreamt of. The govt would point to you what sector of the economy you could trade on it could be toiletries thereby improving slightly the economy". In England to own a Shop requires multiple signature that you would scared if they want to forfeit your money and then deport you. Why here in Nigeria, indians, Lebanese own shops at will and at choice locations with government consent, and pay graduates 25K without employment Letter. That was how Amigo Supermarket started hoarding arms in kaduna, kano, jos and abuja, a year isis came to bare. In the heat of voko haram. And all we do in Nigeria is to correct our English and attack politically, and make tribalist tweets.

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