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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by Beedude(m): 6:56pm On Sep 28, 2017
SofiaAmrozia:
No be oil dem get? the same oil we sef get ahbi?

A country with a vision, a country with accountable leaders.
if I no go Dubai, make I know Wetin go cause am...
U are right dear but so many things don't add up in Nigeria. The whole of UAE isn't as big as s/w zone in Nigeria , they are being led by a set of people who are known as family , practice one religion and not selfish like our leaders, patriotic citizens that won't start bombing gas pipelines for one reason or the other . Things aren't just right in Nigeria

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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by paix(m): 8:58pm On Sep 28, 2017
damola311:
and this is same country in which our source of income is same....

Something like this attract tourists which leads to more generated income, but our leaders here are only after their pockets.
Why can't such a place attract tourists. Have you heard of secession, religious crisis, kidnappings or looting there? I think Nigerians are a special species on mother earth.
Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by Pchidexy(m): 9:45pm On Sep 28, 2017
Surrey2Bimshire:


You can't compare �� to Nigeria �� at all...population wise and other factors
Which yeye population are you talking about? Listen son, America is bigger than Nigeria both in land mass and population.

There is no excuse for mediocrity!

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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by Axis313(m): 9:58pm On Sep 28, 2017
modelmike7:
Na u be d cameraman for d meeting abi? Nigerians and beer parlor hearsay sha!!!
No,he is the secretary.
Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by seangy4konji: 5:16am On Sep 29, 2017
We are ver heartless in this country. Just one person has more than ten time that amount embezzle led. One person and we don't have tap water or good government hospitals.

100 million pounds used to build facility over a land of over 1 million square miles. Do you know how large that is In actual reality. 5 million pounds properly used will build a stdndatd hospital with modern equipments and labs able to bed 150 patients.

We heartless oooo

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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by SofiaAmrozia(f): 7:54am On Sep 29, 2017
Beedude:

U are right dear but so many things don't add up in Nigeria. The whole of UAE isn't as big as s/w zone in Nigeria , they are being led by a set of people who are known as family , practice one religion and not selfish like our leaders, patriotic citizens that won't start bombing gas pipelines for one reason or the other . Things aren't just right in Nigeria

Aren't right at all... but we are also part of the problem too...
Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by Kobicove(m): 8:29am On Sep 29, 2017
Investment for the future...

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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by Beedude(m): 9:09am On Sep 29, 2017
SofiaAmrozia:


Aren't right at all... but we are also part of the problem too...
Even as a Yoruba person I thing breaking the country into groups as the ipob wanted would be nice. The country is just too big for our clueless leaders to handle. Be it APC or PDP. All they wanted is power without any plan.

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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by SofiaAmrozia(f): 11:22am On Sep 29, 2017
Beedude:

Even as a Yoruba person I thing breaking the country into groups as the ipob wanted would be nice. The country is just too big for our clueless leaders to handle. Be it APC or PDP. All they wanted is power without any plan.

Exactly! Or we can go back to the days of regions, let everybody manage their resources with no reliance of federal government...

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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by Beedude(m): 11:52am On Sep 29, 2017
SofiaAmrozia:


Exactly! Or we can go back to the days of regions, let everybody manage their resources with no reliance of federal government...
Sure. Managing their resources individually can bring about developmental competitions. During my stay in Dubai few years back I was made to understand that all the GCC countries are always trying to outshine UAE. Qatar,Kuwait always running the race not to be left behind in development. I feel no region is self sufficient in Nigeria hence, the need to rely on one another base on business which isn't bad. But here we are in Nigeria . KANU not doing it the right way, even the educated, powerful and influential people in his region aren't helping. We also have leaders in the country who won't bulge easily cos they feel d movement was politically influenced. Nigeria matter tire me I swear

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Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by SofiaAmrozia(f): 12:10pm On Sep 29, 2017
Beedude:

Sure. Managing their resources individually can bring about developmental competitions. During my stay in Dubai few years back I was made to understand that all the GCC countries are always trying to outshine UAE. Qatar,Kuwait always running the race not to be left behind in development. I feel no region is self sufficient in Nigeria hence, the need to rely on one another base on business which isn't bad. But here we are in Nigeria . KANU not doing it the right way, even the educated, powerful and influential people in his region aren't helping. We also have leaders in the country who won't bulge easily cos they feel d movement was politically influenced. Nigeria matter tire me I swear


No be only you. but Nigerians are one of the best people in the world
Re: Dubai's £100m 'Martian City' In The Desert To Simulate Life On The Red Planet by Basic123: 12:38pm On Sep 29, 2017
modelmike7:

Na u be d cameraman for d meeting abi?
Nigerians and beer parlor hearsay sha!!!
And some fools still liked his postgrin

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