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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Just30: 7:00pm On Apr 16
NairobiWalker:


To summarize it, the Cedi is a very weak currency.
does the cedi look like a weak currency to you ?

A currency that has been one of Africa's strongest for 4 decades running

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Just30: 7:02pm On Apr 16
Obaaderemi2:
Aesthetically, it did. But in actual sense I think it hasn't helped with inflation.
yeah ...it hasn't helped with inflation

It made it so easily prone to inflationary pressures which wasn't possible when it was denominated in the thousands

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Just30: 7:05pm On Apr 16
rvp2018:
cedis is weak currency that went from 1 to 1 to dollar to 10. That is 1000% devaluation in decade n half
see this one too oh

It still remains one of Africa's strongest currency though even after devaluation

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by AskiaHarem(m): 12:51am On Apr 17
Oh Shite westies we made it. grin🤣😂

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by NairobiWalker(m): 7:19am On Apr 17
Just30:
does the cedi look like a weak currency to you ?

A currency that has been one of Africa's strongest for 4 decades running

What is your understanding of a strong currency?
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by vaxx: 9:31am On Apr 17
Kumasi also known as kumerica in picture .


GHANA ain't Accra only ...

Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by vaxx: 9:39am On Apr 17
The inside and outside of Ghana ultra- modern train that arrives early this month.

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Wuoche: 5:12pm On Apr 17
2024 Wealth data is out and it's just the usual culprit are the ones making top 5. Top 10 at least there are some changes compared last year's report.

Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Just30: 10:12pm On Apr 17
NairobiWalker:


What is your understanding of a strong currency?
try spending your kshs in Korea or New York or Accra and you'll notice how weak your currency is.

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by rvp2018: 10:31am On Apr 19
When I spoke about this - I created a legion of bitter Nigerians. Tinubu has done the right thing and stopped the cooking by Nigeria CNB and Stats office.

Now Nigeria is 4th Largest Economy at 250B. - about Twice Kenyan economy. NOW CRAWL OUT BY WORKING HARD - not cooking stats.

Bloomberg) -- Nigeria’s economy, which ranked as Africa’s largest in 2022, is set to slip to fourth place this year and Egypt, which held the top position in 2023, is projected to fall to second behind South Africa after a series of currency devaluations, International Monetary Fund forecasts show.

The IMF’s World Economic Outlook estimates Nigeria’s gross domestic product at $253 billion based on current prices this year, lagging energy-rich Algeria at $267 billion, Egypt at $348 billion and South Africa at $373 billion.


https:///hOAwEjIVCR
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by POKUASI2: 5:42pm On Apr 19
vaxx:
The inside and outside of Ghana ultra- modern train that arrives early this month.
same train that crashed into packed vehicle
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by vaxx: 7:28am On Apr 20
POKUASI2:
same train that crashed into packed vehicle
what does that has to do with the development of the train , so it crashes, it can't be fixed again right? And who told you the train is only one .


You are suffering

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by AkoniMoipei: 3:38am On Apr 21
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by QuietMynd: 3:50pm On Apr 21
rvp2018:
When I spoke about this - I created a legion of bitter Nigerians. Tinubu has done the right thing and stopped the cooking by Nigeria CNB and Stats office.

Now Nigeria is 4th Largest Economy at 250B. - about Twice Kenyan economy. NOW CRAWL OUT BY WORKING HARD - not cooking stats.

Bloomberg) -- Nigeria’s economy, which ranked as Africa’s largest in 2022, is set to slip to fourth place this year and Egypt, which held the top position in 2023, is projected to fall to second behind South Africa after a series of currency devaluations, International Monetary Fund forecasts show.

The IMF’s World Economic Outlook estimates Nigeria’s gross domestic product at $253 billion based on current prices this year, lagging energy-rich Algeria at $267 billion, Egypt at $348 billion and South Africa at $373 billion.


https:///hOAwEjIVCR
I don't think so, this was done when dollar was 1900, but now it is 1100-1200 range
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by ProblemChild1: 7:30pm On Apr 21

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by PROVERBZ(m): 9:30am On Apr 22
I have been looking out to see if nova pioneer schools sets up in Alaro city for so many years now but no news. It seems the land at Alaro is more expensive than in Tatu city.
His posts on instagram suggested that he was in advanced stage of setting the school up in lagos but 4 years after and still nothing.

Here is a video from charter house school in lagos worth 150million Usd. It should be the best school in Africa when completed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUS1gbaqYi8?si=zTqo7LD8VrZzDaam

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by vaxx: 9:01pm On Apr 23
Polo court , Accra .

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by vaxx: 9:04pm On Apr 23
A govt owned local market in central region of Ghana ( cape coast ).

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by jl115: 10:49pm On Apr 23
AskiaHarem:
lol grin
yeah still nothing grin grin.......always funny how people think they know when the second coming is....before Jesus even grin grin

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by GeneralDae: 2:23am On Apr 24
Dangote is set to make far more jet fuel than West Africa needs. Nigeria is by far the region’s biggest aviation market — accounting for more than two-fifths of passenger traffic in Central and West Africa, according to IATA figures. Dangote jet production is expected to reach 56,000 b/d, or four times higher than Nigeria's meager jet demand of 14,000 b/d. Some Dangote jet fuel has already gone to Togo and Gabon. Once the plant reaches full production, traders expect it to eventually flow to South Africa, Europe or the US depending on arbitrage economics. Exports will be sold on an f.o.b. basis via tender. So far only high sulfur gasoil has been sold that way, ahead of Africa's switch to 50 parts per million sulfur fuel next year, by which time Dangote will be making low-sulfur fuels.

Dangote started selling homegrown jet and gasoil to local fuel marketers earlier this month. MRS Nigeria Oil is understood to have bought the first 10,000 metric ton jet (78,800 barrel) shipment from the refinery, delivered just a few kilometers along the coast into Lagos. Another 20,000 ton parcel is already plying the same route. Around 75% of Dangote’s fuel production will be sent by sea — to ports in Nigeria as well as overseas — with the rest transported by road tanker. A new six-lane highway has already been built around the new refinery to handle mostly inland gasoline deliveries. Current refinery throughputs of just 30%-40% yield mainly high-sulfur gasoil and jet plus some naphtha. Heavyweight gasoline sales aren’t due to start until next month.

Dangote is set to flip Nigeria from a 100% jet fuel importer to a significant net exporter. “As of today, jet from India is still cheaper than Dangote barrels,” says one prospective jet fuel buyer for May delivery. Sources tell Energy Intelligence that Dangote is selling jet at a significant premium over c.i.f northwest European jet assessments for delivery into Lagos and wants pre-payment in US dollars. Prices should start to fall as the new refinery ramps up production, although local traders say imports are likely to remain competitive for the time being. Red Sea tanker diversions have dramatically improved jet availability in West Africa since Mideast and Asian tankers now routinely divert around Africa.
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by samorobo: 1:37pm On Apr 24
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by AskiaHarem(m): 6:08pm On Apr 24
Well Kenya is certainly trending today. Hope our Nairobi users are safe it’s looking pretty wild over there.

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Wuoche: 6:54pm On Apr 24
vaxx:
The inside and outside of Ghana ultra- modern train that arrives early this month.

What happened?😂😂

Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Baller254: 8:40pm On Apr 24
cant catch a break
another test for the nation.

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Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by vaxx: 8:48pm On Apr 24
Wuoche:


What happened?😂😂
it is fixed already . Read from the page you took the picture.


And it only one train
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Baller254: 8:55pm On Apr 24
i dont know if this abnormal rainfall could be related to the dumb experiments they are doing with nature
or just plain climate change

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSSfaAdCY6c&pp=ygUZZHViYWkgY2xvdWQgc2VlZGluZyBmbG9vZA%3D%3D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaPMV0bscCY
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by gallivant: 9:10pm On Apr 24
Baller254:
cant catch a break
another test for the nation.

How can you catch a break when you build on riparian land? Let them suffer. Only then, will they get sense.
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by StivoH2022: 7:40pm On Apr 25
Good evening 🇰🇪
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by ProblemChild1: 3:58pm On Apr 26
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by ProblemChild1: 7:51pm On Apr 27
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by ProblemChild1: 8:14pm On Apr 27
Re: Kenyans Are Far Behind Nigerians In Every Aspect – Fani-Kayode by Baller254: 8:16pm On Apr 27
gallivant:


How can you catch a break when you build on riparian land? Let them suffer. Only then, will they get sense.

i mean the country, the extreme rainfall has affected the entire country
its a natural calamity
the economy will take a hit


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poab8aLFgl0

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