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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 11:35am On Oct 31, 2017
Wonderfulation
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Livefreeordieha(m): 11:36am On Oct 31, 2017
thesolutions:
If they donate those to Nigeria, they will be helping a lot of people in their business.

So much waste of resourceful products around the world.
oh so touching...Sorry abeg who die again sef?������Calm down is not enough to cry..Mobilize and do the needful come 2019..
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by VIPERVENOM(m): 11:36am On Oct 31, 2017
Don't let them fool u. They still use those stuff in Europe and America
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Abudu2000(m): 11:37am On Oct 31, 2017
Iyeme if you give some of your village people these things walahi they will leave your destiny alone grin
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by lagosrd: 11:38am On Oct 31, 2017
Learnstuffs:
Which means Nigeria is still a museum grin

They only need to come and pick obsolete people, lik politicians and dumb people so as to afford them to their museum, thereby they will have a full African museum.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by trustyshoess(f): 11:38am On Oct 31, 2017
1shortblackboy:
charcoal iron lwkmd. a tailor in Naija who does not have a charcoal iron is that one a tailor?
Issa fashion designer. Different level
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Magnifico2000: 11:39am On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.
Lol.. madam, that is not a cooker. Check it very well. That is an obsolete Disc player.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by psalmsjob: 11:40am On Oct 31, 2017
Learnstuffs:
Which means Nigeria is still a museum grin
It means the museum is not in tune with reality in Nigeria or are only trying to portray an era in the Nigerian history.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Magnifico2000: 11:40am On Oct 31, 2017
trustyshoess:

Issa fashion designer. Different level
Are u truly in wales?
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Josh44s(m): 11:41am On Oct 31, 2017
Chai! God, in my next life I don’t want to be an African, let alone a Nigerian at all...

Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by trustyshoess(f): 11:41am On Oct 31, 2017
Magnifico2000:

Are u truly in wales?
Yep
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Josh44s(m): 11:42am On Oct 31, 2017
VIPERVENOM:
Don't let them fool u. They still use those stuff in Europe and America

Don’t u have shame at all. Abeg close ur mouth before I help u close at with slap.

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nielbohr203(m): 11:43am On Oct 31, 2017
That means the whole of Nigeria is a museum.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by EmekaBlue(m): 11:43am On Oct 31, 2017
Tailors here na olden days weapons to attack materials dem still dey use. And can dissapoint for africa.

Not fully their fault...Darkness nation
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by sharpwriter(m): 11:44am On Oct 31, 2017
Evablizin:
grin


Omoh see charcoal iron weh dem design with white paint,i don forget the colour of ma own,wetin be that colour self? grin grin grin
Rusted brown color grin grin

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Magnifico2000: 11:44am On Oct 31, 2017
trustyshoess:

Yep
Ok.. im also in wales, where can we meet?
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Maniche44(m): 11:44am On Oct 31, 2017
ike gwuu
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by one4GOD(f): 11:45am On Oct 31, 2017
Nymeria247:


There is no cooker. I hope it is not the gramophone that you are calling cooker?
grin grin grin myself actually thought it was cooker until I read ur comment and had to check again.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Jdesilentkiller(m): 11:46am On Oct 31, 2017
If that's the case then most Nigerian homes are museum using artifacts as we do our business daily
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 11:48am On Oct 31, 2017
You see, that is called foresight!

100 years from now, you can imagine the kind of money those artifacts will be fetching for that country.

Alas, here where many of such things abound, we don't tend to see opportunities around us!
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by sharpwriter(m): 11:50am On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.
Chai Benita, you must be an indomie generation girl.... dat no be cooker o, na one type of record player. cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 11:51am On Oct 31, 2017
I can see Airforce1's television there
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by ceecee0703(m): 11:52am On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.

my sister stop disgracing me na ejoor that thing na old player-or gramophone biko no fex...lol

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 11:52am On Oct 31, 2017
Buhari should be part of the artefacts in that museum
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by sharpwriter(m): 11:53am On Oct 31, 2017
Nymeria247:


There is no cooker. I hope it is not the gramophone that you are calling cooker?
I really smiled when I saw tht she called it cooker. cheesy cheesy

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by VIPERVENOM(m): 11:55am On Oct 31, 2017
Josh44s:


Don’t u have shame at all. Abeg close ur mouth before I help u close at with slap.
Is it ur mouth? I say it again. They still use it. I'm in my house

Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 12:01pm On Oct 31, 2017
Nymeria247:


There is no cooker. I hope it is not the gramophone that you are calling cooker?
Well, I thought it's a cooker. My bad then. grin But it's obsolete too.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by akins177(m): 12:02pm On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.
check it well, that's not a cooker sis
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Cardinaljossy(m): 12:03pm On Oct 31, 2017
grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Learnstuffs:
Which means Nigeria is still a museum grin
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 12:06pm On Oct 31, 2017
Noel1:
You see, that is called foresight!

100 years from now, you can imagine the kind of money those artifacts will be fetching for that country.

Alas, here where many of such things abound, we don't tend to see opportunities around us!

Perhaps I didn't take a closer look at the image. Those items are actually obsolete so keeping them at the Museun is a good idea for indo-mie generation like us. You raised a nice point.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 12:07pm On Oct 31, 2017
akins177:
check it well, that's not a cooker sis
I've seen that.

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Kalashnikov102(m): 12:15pm On Oct 31, 2017
And someborry wee say this kwant3 go better

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