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A Great Country Called Nigeria by Nobody: 11:59pm On Dec 05, 2017
If you've never visited this country or you are someone living in diaspora you are missing a lot

Nigeria is more than Lagos or Abuja, it's also Delta, Cross River, Taraba, Kano, Kaduna, Sokoto, Jos etc it's diverse beautiful and natural

Nigerians are basically naive especially as regards what the country offers but a few are interesting and value our culture. The funny thing about Nigerians is that majority lack knowledge but all feel like they can teach one a thing or two

If your ambition is to establish a business, you have a ready market down here. But beware of imitation. Nigerians are copycats

Some good business ideas are as follows: Agriculture, solid minieral mining which attracts waivers and tax cuts, exporting also attracts tax waivers, building materials, property and real estate are some ventures you should look into

Light and other basic amenities depend on your location of choice but most state roads are motorable and light in the North and South West regions are above average

Add your good thoughts about Nigeria/ns

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Re: A Great Country Called Nigeria by Nobody: 12:15am On Dec 06, 2017
Pidgin2:
If you've never visited this country or you are someone living in diaspora you are missing a lot

Nigeria is more than Lagos or Abuja, it's also Delta, Cross River, Taraba, Kano, Kaduna, Sokoto, Jos etc it's diverse beautiful and natural

Nigerians are basically naive especially as regards what the country offers but a few are interesting and value our culture. The funny thing about Nigerians is that majority lack knowledge but all feel like they can teach one a thing or two

If your ambition is to establish a business, you have a ready market down here. But beware of imitation. Nigerians are copycats

Some good business ideas are as follows: Agriculture, solid minieral mining which attracts waivers and tax cuts, exporting also attracts tax waivers, building materials, property and real estate are some ventures you should look into

Light and other basic amenities depend on your location of choice but most state roads are motorable and light in the North and South West regions are above average

Add your good thoughts about Nigeria/ns

Without steady electricity and free access to public education, nothing is basic there.
Re: A Great Country Called Nigeria by Nobody: 6:39am On Dec 06, 2017
fuckerstard:


Without steady electricity and free access to public education, nothing is basic there.

This thread is not for saddists, if you have nothing positive to say go and open your own thread and write the nonsense you chose to write.

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Re: A Great Country Called Nigeria by Nobody: 12:45pm On Dec 06, 2017
Pidgin2:


This thread is not for saddists, if you have nothing positive to say go and open your own thread and write the nonsense you chose to write.


Hide your face!

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