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|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by bluefilm: 10:57pm On Oct 26, 2018|
Tstv is resting in peace with his brother Mavrodi.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Duplik8t77(m): 10:58pm On Oct 26, 2018|
ask lai mohammed when he is through with attacking isreal
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by OyiboOyibo(m): 10:59pm On Oct 26, 2018|
Forget TSTV first. Nigerians want to know what happened to Buhari's certificate.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by mannatech: 11:03pm On Oct 26, 2018|
ITbomb:Unfortunately those agents/ distributors who invested their hard earned money into the franchise from the get-go, rented shops ready for business lost alot.
Tstv has yet to settle them.
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|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Coldplayyy(m): 11:13pm On Oct 26, 2018|
It was Dead on Arrival
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by EdoBozz(m): 11:15pm On Oct 26, 2018|
Buhari sent it to daura to await his coming back in 2019.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by sprints2: 11:17pm On Oct 26, 2018|
TSTV and the picture below are the samething fake promises together with their Almighty brother peacecorps...
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Bigajeff(m): 11:18pm On Oct 26, 2018|
Now TSTV should known the importance of given collanut and palmwine to those you met in the game before promising unrealistic reality. Dstv is dancing shakuahaku right now
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by crusufixo(m): 11:24pm On Oct 26, 2018|
their problem was dat they made too much noise. they should have just quietly done their thing underground, then take everyone ( esp dstv ) by surprise
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by FTjnr(m): 11:27pm On Oct 26, 2018|
dstv happened to it.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Nobody: 11:44pm On Oct 26, 2018|
The case of TSTV is that Echefu didn't apply a law of power "Keep It Under Your Hat".
Sometimes, achieve a thing before you tell others.
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|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by joxxy01(m): 12:02am On Oct 27, 2018|
scam of the year, with empty promises
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Themandator: 12:17am On Oct 27, 2018|
They underated the social media ... That is one of their greatest mistakes. They never replied queries and enquiries. Who wants to deal with faceless groups. Over look twitter and watch your investment go down the drain .
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by hundredrivas(m): 12:31am On Oct 27, 2018|
Tstv disapoint us iyeneke disapointment o.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Gerrard59(m): 1:32am On Oct 27, 2018|
How come same is not happening to Kwese TV? TSTV was a fraud and like any fraudulent concept, it would crumble.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Oolawepo(m): 2:02am On Oct 27, 2018|
collinometricx:I think the Nigerian factor contributed.May be if this government is out of power they will come back
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by okwabayi(m): 2:06am On Oct 27, 2018|
Na everyday una dey ask this question?
TSTV couldn't meet with promises and has kept creating more to try their best to fool the ever lessening gullible. The average smarted and higher potential consumers lost hope a long time ago.
Bad news also mars the company as the media revealed not too long ago that the CEO was nothing but a two bit fraudster.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by boringnigerian: 2:33am On Oct 27, 2018|
Guys, face it.
Your country kills businesses! Especially Nigerian-owned businesses. Why do you think most of the successful businesses in Nigeria are multinationals? You conceive of an idea but, before you can execute, you have to settle one Ganduje somewhere and all his cronies to even think of starting out. With that, what do you have left to start your business?
Even if you manage to start off, goodness of graciousness, everyone wants their chunk of flesh. From area boys and omoniles to government tax services to SON to NAFDAC (depending on if it's goods and what type or services you offer) to even immigration and customs. By the time you are done, you are not even left with nothing, you are left with less than nothing! Business owners in Nigeria don't catch a single friggin break. It would even be better if all the money you pay was being put to good use but no - you pay DISCOS yet you still have to keep and regularly use (and fuel) generators, you pay taxes but still have to employ security and even buy CCTV to monitor your premises AND the security men you hire.
And people wonder why Nigeria is not a prime destination for bigger multinationals?
Forget your market and your population. Running a business here is not worth it for most business people, else the likes of Amazon and Walmart would have opened outlets here eons ago.
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|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by boringnigerian: 2:34am On Oct 27, 2018|
Do you honestly think Kwese is keeping up with DSTV or isn't it just hanging on like the last days of HiTV?
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by ednut1(m): 2:38am On Oct 27, 2018|
boringnigerian:forget story. Thr company was a fraud. Promising tv content licensed to asia
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by techtip(m): 3:24am On Oct 27, 2018|
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by paparazzi1987(m): 3:33am On Oct 27, 2018|
Na scam just like MMM
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Rolings: 5:15am On Oct 27, 2018|
Is there still any pertinent question you guys haven't asked 3years ago? Tot y'all think change comes within the twinkling of an eye
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Rolings: 5:16am On Oct 27, 2018|
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by hope4nigeria(m): 5:22am On Oct 27, 2018|
Samade7:DSTV bribe them to stay quiet
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Boyooosa(m): 5:35am On Oct 27, 2018|
NwaAmaikpe:do u want to use it for your job application?
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by KevMitnick: 6:19am On Oct 27, 2018|
With some of the comments I'm reading here, I'm deeply saddened that a majority of Nigerian youths are slaves to the existing system. We see a business that will be beneficial to us all, especially considering the high cost of paid subscription by Dstv, and we're mocking them. The truth is that Dstv is very influential and it has frustrated tstv because its a threat to Dstv's dominance in the Nigerian market. I hope they come through unscathed from this battle they are fighting. I wish them all the best.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Eclat4u: 6:31am On Oct 27, 2018|
If you remember what MTN did to average Nigerian before Glo came, that is exactly what Dstv did to Tstv. Dstv want us to be slave and be suffering what South Africa did not even smell of. But one day is one day...
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by mathew247: 6:38am On Oct 27, 2018|
Kick out buhari so that entrepreneurs will survive in this country, no one is tackling South African based companies because they pay the most bribes to our government.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Youngzedd(m): 6:39am On Oct 27, 2018|
They are threat to DStv and ISPs
The comment on this thread have shows the level an average Nigerian think. It's so sad that those blasting TSTV haven't run a kiosk biz.
Nigerian factor is too much, I know of something TSTV will survive.
|Re: What Happened To TSTV? by timibare(m): 6:44am On Oct 27, 2018|
NwaAmaikpe:yes oooh lol
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