Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,442,068 members, 5,497,119 topics. Date: Saturday, 28 March 2020 at 07:30 PM

This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) - Nairaland / General (5) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) (48642 Views)

Why Nigerians Truly Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians / 5 Reasons Why Nigerians Get Excited About Fridays / Nigerian Lady Dances To The Pleas Of Some Women Soliciting Help From Her (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by Tattooboy: 5:34pm On Apr 19, 2019
uuzba:

Well, that makes him a lesser man than you.
Continue your life without the N10k.
Although if you want to be wicked, just be present in all his events, party church....etc. Let his just see you. Don't talk. Smile at him and talk to another person. Do this for the rest of his life. Before he dies, he will pay you that N10k.
Wicked.

That was how a lady friend of mine borrowed one choir dude 50k. The guy didn't pay back over 5 months and wasn't even returning her call. But he could upload pix of him singing on the church altar.. When she finally told me about it I promised she was going to get her money back the next Sunday.

I've never been to church for half a decade but I visited this choir loanee along with my friend. We sat closer to the altar to be visible. I mouthed 50k to the guy while he was singing and he almost slipped.

Nigga paid 60k that day for a 50k loan.

99% of borrowers ain't planning on returning it.

4 Likes

Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by henrykene(m): 6:17pm On Apr 19, 2019
In the cryptocurrency world today, there are so many ways to make money online.

Most enthusiasts don't really like investing their hard earned cash right away into the cryptocurrency investment.

So they mostly sort for a way to earn free crypto coins without doing any sort of investment. This way of getting free coins without investment mostly comes up as when new project startups offer free token to promote themselves.

This is called airdropped Cryptocurrencies. I recently wrote about cryptocurrency airdrop meaning and how to do airdrop to make money fast online without investment

Read further: https://cryptostaunch.com/cryptocurrency-airdrop.html
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by Maverickking1(m): 8:21am On Apr 20, 2019
pek:
Don't blame him. He did what a true and good friend should do.


Be that as it may, he should know where to draw the line when giving out money. Can you honestly tell me you would give someone the last card in your account?
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by Maverickking1(m): 8:34am On Apr 20, 2019
Jaqenhghar:

Always the victim's fault. If he didnt give you will be the same type who will say he is wicked. SMH

What I'm saying is give within your capacity. Like someone said “don't displease yourself to please others«
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by Maverickking1(m): 8:36am On Apr 20, 2019
Daeylar:


Irrelevant. This is what happens when you want to victim blame so bad. Even if it's not his last card he has every right to be offended.
Only one person did wrong here. The friend who refused to pay back when he said he would. You ignored that and you're struggling to find a way to blame the victim.

Doesn't really change the fact that it's still the Ops' fault for bending over backwards to please someone when he knows he doesn't have so much.
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by pek(m): 9:29am On Apr 20, 2019
Maverickking1:



Be that as it may, he should know where to draw the line when giving out money. Can you honestly tell me you would give someone the last card in your account?
YES and I have done that before. It all boils down to who is involved.
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by pek(m): 9:38am On Apr 20, 2019
Maverickking1:


Doesn't really change the fact that it's still the Ops' fault for bending over backwards to please someone when he knows he doesn't have so much.
You sound like someone that can't make a sacrifice for anyone.
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by Maverickking1(m): 11:43am On Apr 20, 2019
pek:
You sound like someone that can't make a sacrifice for anyone.

I can. If it's within my capacity.
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by Jaqenhghar: 12:11pm On Apr 20, 2019
Maverickking1:


What I'm saying is give within your capacity. Like someone said “don't displease yourself to please others«

I think you are missing the point. you are talking of inconveniencing yourself we are talking about people not sticking to an agreement. Even if the OP is worth 10 million that doesnt excuse what the other guy did

3 Likes

Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by shevon: 1:11pm On Apr 20, 2019
Tattooboy:


Bro, that's the trick now. They payback the first time and never will the next time.
Obviously he can't come back for a next time.
Re: This Is Why Nigerians Do Not Deserve Financial Help From Fellow Nigerians (pics) by EverythinDeals: 9:25pm On Mar 26
Driggs:
This WhatsApp conversation is ridiculous..

I dunno what kind of advice to give my friend who sent this to me.

How will someone borrow you money after begging and crying to return it the next day and you have the audacity to use it to do another business?

Like that isn't enough, he's being lieing about sending it for over 3 days now (4 days after the agreed time oo) and he still has the boldness to update his WhatsApp status with motivational quotes.

Chaii.. Nigerians are low-key wicked.

I used to do it too and I thought I was smart but once I started losing good friends, it made me stop.

Moral of this post: Your friends are going through a lot probably lot more worse than you are. If they decide to help you out with a fast loan, do well to pay back before/on the agreed date.

They won't embarrass you because y'all are friends but you will never be trusted again.





I picked it. Started losing good friends

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (Reply)

A Crocodile Found In Flooded Parts Of Benue (Picture) / Fat Woman And Her Daughter In Okada (photo) / See The Snake And Rodent I Killed Today!

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2020 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 71
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.