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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by wunaESQ(m): 4:55pm On May 09
quincyshakur:
So Mama for ur mind u been won from Manchester enta Madrid abi
u de craze Aswear
Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by KingRabota: 4:59pm On May 09
respect if the story is true
but honestly speaking, her English doesnt sound British.
if youv'e lived in the UK you'll know what i mean
Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by Adewunmibaba(m): 5:01pm On May 09
Toks2008:
She is worth celebrating.

I feel like sowing a seed into her life.
Plz sow a seed of Employment in my life too. I need a job sir. I can send you my cv on request.

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by chii8(f): 5:01pm On May 09
What's all these spam messages self?
Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by quincyshakur(m): 5:02pm On May 09
cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy com cure me nah undecided
wunaESQ:

u de craze Aswear
Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by webizone(m): 5:11pm On May 09
franchasng:
Nigerians don't have that mental capacity to innovate, neither do we have the culture of maintenance, all we do is create and abondon it to keep running itself while we hope to milk billions from it.

This is why all our roads, schools, industries, agencies, houses, estates, railway lines, transport systems, and everything is in shambles.

Seun ought to have reached out to interested partners to pump in money to get first class coders, programmers and brand marketers to revolutionize Nairaland and transform it beyond what it is.

I have a lot of ideas to help transform Nairaland and position it to bring in more money for Seun and partners, but I know, Nigerians don't regard any other person except the founder of any idea undecided
Give examples of the ideas.
Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by gidimafia: 5:21pm On May 09
You be mumu..why kanu Nnwako English no sound British after playing for so long..just come and be saying nonsense..
KingRabota:
respect if the story is true
but honestly speaking, her English doesnt sound British.
if youv'e lived in the UK you'll know what i mean

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by grandstar(m): 5:21pm On May 09
franchasng:
Nigerians don't have that mental capacity to innovate, neither do we have the culture of maintenance, all we do is create and abondon it to keep running itself while we hope to milk billions from it.

This is why all our roads, schools, industries, agencies, houses, estates, railway lines, transport systems, and everything is in shambles.

Seun ought to have reached out to interested partners to pump in money to get first class coders, programmers and brand marketers to revolutionize Nairaland and transform it beyond what it is.

I have a lot of ideas to help transform Nairaland and position it to bring in more money for Seun and partners, but I know, Nigerians don't regard any other person except the founder of any idea undecided

Sites such as Facebook, Twitter and so son on received hundreds of millions of dollars in investment and for many years made massive losses until they started making profits.

If Seun was overseas and I'm sure the site would be more advanced than this

But again, let's be honest, must changes be made for the sake of changes? Craigslist is basically still the Craigslist of years ago. WhatsApp has barely changed too. At times, change is unnecessary. Majority of those on Nairaland are happy just the way it is. Had you not complained, I wouldn't have noticed.

If it ain't broken, don't fix

People are enticed to buy the newest Iphone model with only marginal changes.

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by xrucifix05(m): 5:21pm On May 09
Heyzee5:

My brother, this thing u said is typical of Nigerian businesses. Once the business is profitable, the enterpreneur stops being creative and that does it......then you have stagnant businesses everywhere......still profitable but they never grow!!
My dear business in Nigeria is like civil service o. The moment you try upgrading, FIRS, LGA COUNCIL, STATE GOVERNMENT, POLICE, AGBEROS, EVEN PHCN will help you share the profit.

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by lilwetdick: 5:22pm On May 09
Amitez:
I perceive this woman's call has been received by Baba God!

how are you sure her story is real or true..so a graduate from Manchester will turn to a porter in Nigeria..how are we sure she finished from the said university or even attended the university

you Nigerians just love sensational stories without investigating..soon you will be donating money to a lost cause.

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by VillagePipu: 5:24pm On May 09
IntrovertedK:
nairaland is meant to be a discussion forum that doesn't host anything except a 13mb(at maximum) picture and it's serving its purpose.

That's why you still have YIM on your profile?
That's why Nairaland doesn't a dedicated CS email not to talk of phone number?
That's why all that has changed in the last decade is removal of 0 pagination?

If you've ever run a profitable business you won't be typing this.

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by Amowap2019(m): 5:27pm On May 09
franchasng:
Nairaland is not serving its purpose to the fullest.

Don't you get that clowdware error message sometimes when u want to post

Its a sign of lapses.

Every invention, everything need improvement with time or else it will become outdated.

It's just that Nigerians are not ready to compete with Nairaland, they are busy creating blogs and trying to outblog Linda Ikeji, if not, a strong competitor would have dislodged Nairaland since

FACT!

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by millionboi2: 5:29pm On May 09
cooltola:
if you are too proud to perform certain jobs and your hustle is not bringing money because you are graduate, then you are going to be waiting for a long time.
u are wrong bro


D experience u will gather in ur hustle,is wat d so Called underemployed will never get, phsycologically, emotionally or round.

U will understand life better and faster,thus very sensitive to opportunities.

#all u need na mind

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by OlawaleBammie(m): 5:33pm On May 09
faithfull18:
No data to watch the video cool
Hmm. irony of life, person wey dey sell data no get data to watch video, Mercies of d Lord company down to we ur children

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Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by Princeofasia: 5:34pm On May 09
school is overrated and a waste of cash. imagine if she invested all the cash wasted in school into this biz...choiii
argue with Regina husband
Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by VillagePipu: 5:36pm On May 09
Octopusssy:
Village people seemed to have limited her for so long

Re: From Machester To Mile 12, Lagos: How A Graduate Turned To A Porter (Pics) by VillagePipu: 5:37pm On May 09
franchasng:
Nairaland is not serving its purpose to the fullest.

Don't you get that clowdware error message sometimes when u want to post

Its a sign of lapses.

Every invention, everything need improvement with time or else it will become outdated.

It's just that Nigerians are not ready to compete with Nairaland, they are busy creating blogs and trying to outblog Linda Ikeji, if not, a strong competitor would have dislodged Nairaland since

Those guys in Naij would easily wreck NL if they want to.

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