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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Thoniameek(f): 8:35am On Sep 13, 2017
Carbonated drinks = poison

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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by kendylet(f): 8:37am On Sep 13, 2017
una wehdone
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by just2endowed(m): 8:37am On Sep 13, 2017
Let the war continue
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by TheVictorious(m): 8:39am On Sep 13, 2017
The article looks like it is subtly promoting Coke. Who can see that?
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by TheVictorious(m): 8:40am On Sep 13, 2017
wildchild02:
If its not Coca Cola, it can never be Coca Cola grin
Funny thing is that you cant see pepsi unless you're buying food from KFC but who get money go KFC this recession? grin

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Why does it have to be like Coca cola bro??

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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by 2shure: 8:44am On Sep 13, 2017
Solo in supermarkets na 85bucks.
Some thieves seling thiers for 100
Corruption is a curse God laid on africa

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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by kevoh(m): 8:46am On Sep 13, 2017
Google63:
Obviously, Pepsi is going to win the war. I for see Coca cola's 35 cl PET being rejected like Maltina's sip it. Nigerians want value for money, even children will prefer taking Pepsi's 50 cl than Coca cola's 35 cl, at the same price.
Maybe in Lagos and nearby southwestern states. But they are not doing enough over here in Abuja. The Abuja market is still open as it stands Coca-Cola is the dominant one.
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Dottore: 8:49am On Sep 13, 2017
divinecode101:


No he can never be chased out, he will be killed and his followers wiped out.
so do you think killing him will solve the problem. Can't you see that the guy doesn't rent crowd like all governors and politicians. Killing him is very easy but another with stronger guts will rise up. His aspirations is fast becoming a creed in South East. You don't defeat a creed with bullets. Ask history.
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Nobody: 8:53am On Sep 13, 2017
The picture is funny though.
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by odaniel1(m): 8:56am On Sep 13, 2017
I hate those small (PET) bottles they are bringing out...they look more like feeding bottles..sad

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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by banmee(m): 8:57am On Sep 13, 2017
Lovetinz:
Sweetened diabetes.
Drink Water! Ur kidney will thank you.

Kidney? You mean diabetes don't you?
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by mcquin(m): 8:57am On Sep 13, 2017
Dottore:

so do you think killing him will solve the problem. Can't you see that the guy doesn't rent crowd like all governors and politicians. Killing him is very easy but another with stronger guts will rise up. His aspirations is fast becoming a creed in South East. You don't defeat a creed with bullets. Ask history.
Well "power emanates from the barrel of a gun." IPOB killed Hausas in PH. If the "lion" is killed in retaliation, so be it. Una fit break the country after that, but first allow Hausas have their pound of flesh. No civilised person ask for violence but Hausa-Fulani never forgives.
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Nobody: 9:07am On Sep 13, 2017
Drink-Water instead
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Dottore: 9:07am On Sep 13, 2017
mcquin:

Well "power emanates from the barrel of a gun." IPOB killed Hausas in PH. If the "lion" is killed in retaliation, so be it. Una fit break the country after that, but first allow Hausas have their pound of flesh. No civilised person ask for violence but Hausa-Fulani never forgives.

I am not NK's fan but I like having a balanced view of issues.
The Non violent approach that IPOB preaches despite countless intimidations is making their popularity spread like wildfire. Can't you see that they have gained a positive recognition of Ohaneze Ndigbo and the attention of South Eastern Governors. can't you see that South Eastern NASS members are showing sympathy without knowing it by calling for demilitarising of SE. They are waiting for who will bell the cat.
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by ogundeleai(m): 9:15am On Sep 13, 2017
One can liking this development with Data subscription rate and volume between MTN and Glo... As at today no network in Nigeria is earning more than glo each time when proceed is mentioned... Glo migth not be reliable but an average android phone users and who update regularly has no choice that to pitch tenth with the network considering amount of data required for regular update within a month

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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Platinumay(m): 9:20am On Sep 13, 2017
Game theory
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by do4luv14(m): 9:20am On Sep 13, 2017
Lovetinz:
Sweetened diabetes.
Drink Water! Ur kidney will thank you.


coke is the worst of them all,
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by enemmo(f): 9:27am On Sep 13, 2017
Lagos and Ibadan survey.

What about Abuja,PH,Kano, Enugu etc
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by enemmo(f): 9:29am On Sep 13, 2017
Dottore:


I am not NK's fan but I like having a balanced view of issues.
The Non violent approach that IPOB preaches despite countless intimidations is making their popularity spread like wildfire. Can't you see that they have gained a positive recognition of Ohaneze Ndigbo and the attention of South Eastern Governors. can't you see that South Eastern NASS members are showing sympathy without knowing it by calling for demilitarising of SE. They are waiting for who will bell the cat.

This is Pepsi vs Coca cola thread.

You're derailing.
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Dollabiz: 9:44am On Sep 13, 2017
Really
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by edoman2016: 9:44am On Sep 13, 2017
I trust nigerians. They can't buy any drink that is above 100 naira. That's why carbonated soft drink sells more than fruit juices or yoghurt in Nigeria. And everyone knows soda drinks is not healthy. Too much poverty in the land is the cause of it

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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by divinecode101: 10:03am On Sep 13, 2017
Dottore:

so do you think killing him will solve the problem. Can't you see that the guy doesn't rent crowd like all governors and politicians. Killing him is very easy but another with stronger guts will rise up. His aspirations is fast becoming a creed in South East. You don't defeat a creed with bullets. Ask history.

Does Osama bin Laden rent crowd? Is he a good guy? His aspiration is an evil one, he should be eliminated, and even quickly
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by naturefellow(m): 10:06am On Sep 13, 2017
Google63:
Obviously, Pepsi is going to win the war. I for see Coca cola's 35 cl PET being rejected like Maltina's sip it. Nigerians want value for money, even children will prefer taking Pepsi's 50 cl than Coca cola's 35 cl, at the same price.
I visited a store to get me a standard bottle of Sprite to boost my sugar level after exhaustion from first phase of a road trip. The storekeeper who was very eager to sell her available wares pleaded with me to purchase the solo bottle which is N100. I didn't like the idea because that 35cl of sugar water wasn't going to satisfy me. I made her a deal which she refused; I asked her to give me two solo bottles for the price of a standard bottle or I move on to the next store :-)
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by deebrain(m): 10:14am On Sep 13, 2017
Lovetinz:
Sweetened diabetes.
Drink Water! Ur kidney will thank you.

Nairaland owes you a cold bottle of malt for this comment....
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by correctguy101(m): 10:27am On Sep 13, 2017
pat077:
I rather take nutri-milk
Na still Jedi Jedi cheesy
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by correctguy101(m): 10:30am On Sep 13, 2017
SLIDEwaxie:
enough of the charade jare.
Sugar can only give u diabetes if

1. Your liver is naturally faulty

2. You don't burn them out.

Sugar is a good source of energy and it's recommended for those who goes through a lot of stress, either by way of work or exercise.

Abegii

Thumbs up.
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by horlakunle25(m): 10:33am On Sep 13, 2017
Pepsi or coca cola bottle always scared me!! Bt wen I see plastic orijin or seagram bottle ehn!! I go jst dey smiiiiiillleee!!!!
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Nobody: 10:36am On Sep 13, 2017
pat077:
I rather take nutri-milk
still sugarand less dan 3% mill\k

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Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by ademijuwonlo(f): 10:45am On Sep 13, 2017
Lovetinz:
Sweetened diabetes. Drink Water! Ur kidney will thank you.
I pray they listen!
Re: Pepsi-Cola War Disrupts Market by Majesticniyi(m): 10:54am On Sep 13, 2017
Coke all the way. If I come to your house and you serve me Pepsi/Mirinda, you have lost my respect. You no get tatse or class be that (for my eye o).

Why would I use my money to buy Pepsi, a product produced under questionable conditions, with rusty bottle necks and all? Merely seeing their dirty trucks around town reminds me how their production facility is like.

Is it that Mirinda that tastes like spoilt orange I would prefer to the all nourishing Fanta?




To each man, his own sha undecided

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