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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Darevofpeace(m): 8:07am On May 11
ednut1:
Lord Lugard, the former governor-general of Nigeria, in 1926, wrote his unfiltered thought about Nigerians. From his book, The Dual Mandates, come these excerpts: "In character and temperament, the typical African of this race-type is a happy, thriftless, excitable person, lacking in self-control, discipline, and foresight. Naturally courageous, and naturally courteous and polite, full of personal vanity, with little sense of veracity, fond of music and loving weapons as an oriental loves jewellery. His thoughts are concentrated on the events and feelings of the moment, and he suffers little from the apprehension for the future or grief for the past. His mind is far nearer to the animal world than that of the European or Asiatic, and exhibits something of the animals' placidity and want of desire to rise beyond the state he has reached.

"Through the ages, the African appears to have evolved no organised religious creed, and though some tribes appear to believe in a deity, the religious sense seldom rises above pantheistic animalism and seems more often to take the form of a vague dread of the supernatural. He lacks the power of organisation, and is conspicuously deficient in the management and control alike of men or business. He loves the display of power, but fails to realize its responsibility - he will work hard with a less incentive than most races. He has the courage of the fighting animal, an instinct rather than a moral virtue. In brief, the virtues and defects of his race -type are those of attractive children, whose confidence when it is won is given ungrudgingly as to an older and wiser superior and without envy. Perhaps, the two traits which have impressed me as those most characteristic of the African native are his lack of apprehension and his lack of ability to visualize the future"
Please enough of all these long dead Colonial Men assessment of the entire black continent.
If only you knew the evil that the whites had done to Africa as a whole,you would hate them with passion.
Late Lord Lugard had the audacity to wrote all these in 1926,when the British were using all our mineral resources to develop there Countries and trading African's as slaves by putting iron chains around there necks and made them to work in farms and all that.
You need to go watch the adventure of 'Kante Konte' and learn.
A single Man can never define an entire black race with his myopic reasoning and brain.
Look at the performance of the Nigerian outside Africa,two days ago,a Nigerian Woman became a Mayor in England and several other beautiful news.
Asides our government irresponsible behaviours through poor leadership and bad management,Nigeria would have become the envy of the whole World.
My point is the British do not have any right to talk about the African's while they harmed them through slave trade.
The only thing is to stop trading blame games and all Nigerian should engage in active politics.
I did joined a political party last year August and I was utterly shocked about the low Numbers of the Youth attending political meetings.
The most painful thing was that it was filled up with illiterates and people who are not that exposed.
Then I did my analysis that the politics an average naija youth understood is on 'NewsPaper' which is lesser than the truth.
The enabling influence of Naija's political structure is at the grass root.
Despite the economy hardship,an average Nigerian refused to Vote in the last general election.
The assumption was "they would not count my vote" I was a party agent for my street and the total registered voters were 897 and only 425 came out to vote. The second election turnout was worst. 350 only came out at the same unit.
Lagos state registered about 6million people and mere 1million plus came out to vote.
Our political awareness and participation are not sufficient and the much reason our government misbehave.
An average Naija civil servant's do not care about what the government are doing for sustainable growth of the economy as long as his/her salaries are been paid monthly.Forgetting that the failure of any state government to generate IGR would affect the infrastructural development and salaries at the long run.

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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by wink2015: 8:18am On May 11
AUTOJOSH1:
Just like Nigeria, Norway is an oil-producing nation.

That notwithstanding, electric vehicles are being promoted to encouraging the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.

Also, the government has set an ambitious goal to stop selling new gas and diesel passenger cars and vans by 2025.

A recent report shows that Electric vehicles now sell more than carbon-fuel based vehicles. This is was recorded for the first time in April in Norway. This accounts for 58.4% of all vehicle sales in the country.



According to reports, in March, 18,375 new cars were registered in the country and 10,732 of those were zero-emission vehicles, according to Norway's Road Traffic Information Council, or OFV. That's more double the number of zero-emission vehicles sold in March 2018.


Telsa's Model 3 (TSLA) led the charge. The OFV says that 5,315 Model 3 sedans were registered in March, setting a record for sales of a single car model in a single month.

According to the Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association, the Norwegian government has instituted several incentives to ensure that people buy electric vehicles. For instance, electric cars owners are excluded from paying pay the 25% Value Added Tax (VAT) and are exempt from Norway's carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and weight taxes imposed on gas and diesel vehicles. They also get discounts on parking, toll roads and ferries.


The Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association projects that electric vehicles will make up about 50% of the country's car sales in 2019.

There were also 3,469 hybrid passenger cars sold last month -- a 10% drop from March 2018.

The number of gas and diesel vehicle sales dropped to a record low.

Norway is a leader in the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.

The Nigerian National Assembly, some weeks ago, rejected a bill to encourage the use of Electric Vehicle in the country.


Source:

https://autojosh.com/electric-cars-outsold-petrol-diesel-fuel-cars-in-oil-producing-norway/




NIGERIA IS SITTING ON A KEG OF GUN POWDER.

Crude oil is getting lesser and lesser relevance as scientist developed greener energy.

The advent of electric cars is a message to our political policy maker that government need to plan ahead and reform their old and archaic policy.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Bettycars(m): 8:24am On May 11
AUTOJOSH1:
Just like Nigeria, Norway is an oil-producing nation.

That notwithstanding, electric vehicles are being promoted to encouraging the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.

Also, the government has set an ambitious goal to stop selling new gas and diesel passenger cars and vans by 2025.

A recent report shows that Electric vehicles now sell more than carbon-fuel based vehicles. This is was recorded for the first time in April in Norway. This accounts for 58.4% of all vehicle sales in the country.



According to reports, in March, 18,375 new cars were registered in the country and 10,732 of those were zero-emission vehicles, according to Norway's Road Traffic Information Council, or OFV. That's more double the number of zero-emission vehicles sold in March 2018.


Telsa's Model 3 (TSLA) led the charge. The OFV says that 5,315 Model 3 sedans were registered in March, setting a record for sales of a single car model in a single month.

According to the Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association, the Norwegian government has instituted several incentives to ensure that people buy electric vehicles. For instance, electric cars owners are excluded from paying pay the 25% Value Added Tax (VAT) and are exempt from Norway's carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and weight taxes imposed on gas and diesel vehicles. They also get discounts on parking, toll roads and ferries.


The Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association projects that electric vehicles will make up about 50% of the country's car sales in 2019.

There were also 3,469 hybrid passenger cars sold last month -- a 10% drop from March 2018.

The number of gas and diesel vehicle sales dropped to a record low.

Norway is a leader in the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.

The Nigerian National Assembly, some weeks ago, rejected a bill to encourage the use of Electric Vehicle in the country.


Source:

https://autojosh.com/electric-cars-outsold-petrol-diesel-fuel-cars-in-oil-producing-norway/



That is our source country for cars we import into Nigeria

Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by vik110: 8:24am On May 11
Nigeria never reason out something good like this even if they do corruption will never all them to put it into practice .........I dont know this country too love backwardness....1step forward 43step backward
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Bettycars(m): 8:28am On May 11
A commercial bus the equivalent of BRT being charged

Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by EmperorHarry: 8:29am On May 11
Ijaycool:
Nonsense!

Petrol is easier to get than electricity in this country.
You will need petrol to generate electricity.
The scenario will be...
Buy electric car.
Buy generator.
Buy Petrol.
Charge your car.
Buy Petrol.
Charge your car.

Same old song.
What a pathetic sh*thole
The recharging stations for electric cars don't rely heavily on public electricity,mostly on solar power. In a country like Nigeria where the solar energy is abundant I don't think your analysis would be valid. The question is how long would it take for these electric cars to be incorporated into our system given the level of illiteracy and heavy dependence on carbon based automobiles. Mind you,the industries specializing in creating alternatives to carbon fuels are still work in progress.There are still unresolved problems associated with alternatives.

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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by inereunwa1(m): 8:31am On May 11
but here in Nigeria instead of us making plans on how to start using electric cars we are instead building the biggest refinery in the world what an ironing!!!!!
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by EvilMetahuman: 8:36am On May 11
aaaaabbbbbccccc:
Nigerians/Africans do not like innovation. You look at the nairaland website. It has been like this since it's inception. Now compare it with any foreign website that started around the same time with it. E.g Reddit, FB.
I like how nairaland works. If it aint broken, don't fix it.

I stopped using facebook long ago because they kept changing the way you operate it which totally kills the fun and why I registered in the first place.


I would like nairaland to have new features though. Like new emojis instead of same old boring ones etc.

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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by okewumi: 8:47am On May 11
What is the different between charging my inverter and charging my car.
I put on my generator in the evening and at the same time l charge my car as well. Is it a problem to be eco-friendly. Just imagine the quantity of cabin emission l reduce. Every country is campaign of global warming, we are just their like snail
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by x6blade(m): 8:59am On May 11
Sunsets:
This is completely true of ednut1. To believe in and post this is utterly abominable. Don't you have any sense of self worth? Someone calls you a goat; then you start bleating.
he said no lies , don't be in denial

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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by prince3009(m): 9:07am On May 11
Xisnin:

Oil is still the most important commodity in the world.

But the process of refining it is polluting the environment!

The value of oil will become as low as the value of coal in years to come
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Jamorezzi: 9:07am On May 11
Chai , wetin go happen to our oil for 9ja delta . Na to start to dey drink am soon oo . Chai , our politicians don put hand for head.

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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by DonX001: 9:19am On May 11
ednut1:
Lord Lugard, the former governor-general of Nigeria, in 1926, wrote his unfiltered thought about Nigerians. From his book, The Dual Mandates, come these excerpts: "In character and temperament, the typical African of this race-type is a happy, thriftless, excitable person, lacking in self-control, discipline, and foresight. Naturally courageous, and naturally courteous and polite, full of personal vanity, with little sense of veracity, fond of music and loving weapons as an oriental loves jewellery. His thoughts are concentrated on the events and feelings of the moment, and he suffers little from the apprehension for the future or grief for the past. His mind is far nearer to the animal world than that of the European or Asiatic, and exhibits something of the animals' placidity and want of desire to rise beyond the state he has reached.

"Through the ages, the African appears to have evolved no organised religious creed, and though some tribes appear to believe in a deity, the religious sense seldom rises above pantheistic animalism and seems more often to take the form of a vague dread of the supernatural. He lacks the power of organisation, and is conspicuously deficient in the management and control alike of men or business. He loves the display of power, but fails to realize its responsibility - he will work hard with a less incentive than most races. He has the courage of the fighting animal, an instinct rather than a moral virtue. In brief, the virtues and defects of his race -type are those of attractive children, whose confidence when it is won is given ungrudgingly as to an older and wiser superior and without envy. Perhaps, the two traits which have impressed me as those most characteristic of the African native are his lack of apprehension and his lack of ability to visualize the future"

Wow!!!
Is this for real?? Did he actually say this??
This guy describes the typical African man as a community to a tee. He describes us as a community perfectly. There might be individual exceptions or variations, but he describes the classic Nigerian community PERFECTLY.
Living only for the present, not thinking seriously of the future long term, living only for owambes and the mundane things of life. (Not that owambes is not designed as a tribal slur, just used it as an illustration of everybody in Nigeria- Yorubas, Hausa's and Igbos. I hate tribalism with my life).
As long as we and our immediate families are satisfied any way it is, the rest of the community can go to hell.
That describes part of the major problems with our community.

This Lugard guy must have been exceptionally intelligent- he really studied us and described us well.

Note:
There might be individual variations, exceptions and outliers, but this man describes the community perfectly.
That is why we are underdeveloped.
Anybody who does not believe what he wrote is living in denial and self deceit of the reality of the community (even if it may not apply to the person as an individual).
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by meobizy(m): 9:29am On May 11
When a population is properly educated they act accordingly.
Notice I used ‘properly educated’ in the sentence.
Our secondary and in many cases tertiary education is as good as nothing.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by meobizy(m): 9:39am On May 11
Dannyset:
Norway has actually stopped anything that has to do with oil. They've generated enough from it to the extent that the government decided to stop investing in it. They are one of the leading oil owners in the world but now they've rendered it useless.
I need reliable sources before I believe this.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Xisnin(m): 9:39am On May 11
prince3009:


But the process of refining it is polluting the environment!

The value of oil will become as low as the value of coal in years to come
Not anytime soon.
The only viable alternative to oil is nuclear power, unfortunately, those who hate oil also
hates nuclear.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by airlord2020: 9:40am On May 11
Nigerians should get to work and stop complaining. How do you expect electric cars and likes when there's no power. The power sector has to kick start first and also stop comparing developed nation's with a very underdeveloped country like Nigeria.
Crude oil will still be useful for a long time
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Dannyset(m): 9:44am On May 11
meobizy:

I need reliable sources before I believe this.

Go through the thread, someone already corrected this
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by DonX001: 9:48am On May 11
Sunsets:
This is completely true of ednut1. To believe in and post this is utterly abominable. Don't you have any sense of self worth? Someone calls you a goat; then you start bleating.
Its not about self worth bullshit. Don't bulllshit yourself telling yourself "feel good" platitudes.
Lord Lugard is completely right. A 100% right.
You may choose to ignore it. But stop and observe your country as a population and community.
This was written in 1914 or so I guess.
Look at where we are in 2019, over a hundred years later, and 59 good years after we have taken over from the British.

Compare ourselves with other countries that started developing the same time as us or after us- Malaysia, Dubai, South Korea.

Ask yourself why it is primarily the African continent that is underdeveloped the way it is, compared to other continents.

Look at our Nigerian community again, from 1914 when we were formed, to our status after Independence when even America was seriously respecting us (go and watch the video of how Tafawa Balewaas Prime Minister was received by USA after Independence if you haven't watched it), down till now where we are now.

And tell yourself the truth.


PS:
You can watch the video of Sir Tafawa Balewa's visit to USA and how he was received on this thread below, and ask yourself what went wrong from that level we were in 1960 to how we are treated now today.
https://www.nairaland.com/4933519/abubakar-tafawa-balewa-welcomed-america

Direct YouTube link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19DvKmU-FGE


Watch and ask yourself questions.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by DonX001: 9:48am On May 11
9jaRealist:


Bros, the kind of low self-esteem, lack of self-worth and self-belief, as well as an inherent self-hatred, that would cause a supposedly "educated" African to re-publish, promote and seek to validate such obtuse racist drivel is shocking!
>
Bros its not about racism.
Keep sentiments aside. Look at the statements critically and compare it with our general population and community (I'm not saying some outstanding individuals o!), and look at our general mentality and mindset. And tell me what you see.
We need to tell ourselves the truth to be able to improve.
But I've noticed that Nigerians don't like telling ourselves the truth.
Its like an ostrich burying its head in the sand when it sees danger coming.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by SALIMAN(m): 9:55am On May 11
That one go spoil oil market ooo,
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by DonX001: 9:56am On May 11
matify83:



I was moved to tears with the excerpts above.

How can someone so accurately summarize us and our future in such prophetic manner.

@op, I need this book please

My dear, I had almost the same feelings when I read the Lord Lugard's comments.
He described us as a community perfectly....and this was as far back as a hundred years ago.
People that are arguing against it are blinded by self deceit, and refuse to tell themselves the truth. (Which Lord Lugard also mentioned in that writeup as "a lack of veracity". Those that don't know the meaning of veracity can google it up.).
The man describes exactly why we are where we are today, (compared to other nations/continents), from what he wrote over a hundred years ago.
The man has vision and sagacity.
I need the book too if you can find it.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Firstorderwizard(m): 9:57am On May 11
9jaRealist:


Bros, the kind of low self-esteem, lack of self-worth and self-belief, as well as an inherent self-hatred, that would cause a supposedly "educated" African to re-publish, promote and seek to validate such obtuse racist drivel is shocking!
>

That guy is suffering from poverty induced low self esteem. Unfortunately, most Nigerian/African youths are having the same problem. Its just too terrible.

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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by DonX001: 9:58am On May 11
ednut1:
the first step toward change is admitting a problem. We have that problem. Nothing he said there is wrong. They are bitter facts
Gbam!!!!
Abeg tell them.
Thanks for posting the writeup.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by ednut1(m): 10:01am On May 11
Darevofpeace:
Please enough of all these long dead Colonial Men assessment of the entire black continent.
If only you knew the evil that the whites had done to Africa as a whole,you would hate them with passion.
Late Lord Lugard had the audacity to wrote all these in 1926,when the British were using all our mineral resources to develop there Countries and trading African's as slaves by putting iron chains around there necks and made them to work in farms and all that.
You need to go watch the adventure of 'Kante Konte' and learn.
A single Man can never define an entire black race with his myopic reasoning and brain.
Look at the performance of the Nigerian outside Africa,two days ago,a Nigerian Woman became a Mayor in England and several other beautiful news.
Asides our government irresponsible behaviours through poor leadership and bad management,Nigeria would have become the envy of the whole World.
My point is the British do not have any right to talk about the African's while they harmed them through slave trade.
The only thing is to stop trading blame games and all Nigerian should engage in active politics.
I did joined a political party last year August and I was utterly shocked about the low Numbers of the Youth attending political meetings.
The most painful thing was that it was filled up with illiterates and people who are not that exposed.
Then I did my analysis that the politics an average naija youth understood is on 'NewsPaper' which is lesser than the truth.
The enabling influence of Naija's political structure is at the grass root.
Despite the economy hardship,an average Nigerian refused to Vote in the last general election.
The assumption was "they would not count my vote" I was a party agent for my street and the total registered voters were 897 and only 425 came out to vote. The second election turnout was worst. 350 only came out at the same unit.
Lagos state registered about 6million people and mere 1million plus came out to vote.
Our political awareness and participation are not sufficient and the much reason our government misbehave.
An average Naija civil servant's do not care about what the government are doing for sustainable growth of the economy as long as his/her salaries are been paid monthly.Forgetting that the failure of any state government to generate IGR would affect the infrastructural development and salaries at the long run.
grin u are agreeing with him.

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Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Sunsets: 10:08am On May 11
He is right about you.
DonX001:

Its not about self worth bullshit. Don't bulllshit yourself telling yourself "feel good" platitudes.
Lord Lugard is completely right. A 100% right.
You may choose to ignore it. But stop and observe your country as a population and community.
This was written in 1914 or so I guess.
Look at where we are in 2019, over a hundred years later, and 59 good years after we have taken over from the British.

Compare ourselves with other countries that started developing the same time as us or after us- Malaysia, Dubai, South Korea.

Ask yourself why it is primarily the African continent that is underdeveloped the way it is, compared to other continents.

Look at our Nigerian community again, from 1914 when we were formed, to our status after Independence, down till now where we are now.

And tell yourself the truth.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by DonX001: 10:08am On May 11
Truest:
I love those small small countries of Norway Finland Sweden & Denmark to my marrow & not Nigeria dat out of 200 million, more dan 195, million of d population don't see beyond d now & d future.

everything is about me & my family consumption & selfishness. the GREED never gets filled.

leadership is dead & d people are reflection of their leaders.
d different between oyinbo & Nigerians here is dat d formal (whites) get educated be it formal & informal & use it for d betterment of d society while d latter Nigerians the more educated they become d more gullible, tribally wired, & morally lacking.
Gbam!!!!
You've said it perfectly, couldn't have put it better.
Our youths blame our leaders but forget that the leaders come from the people, not from outer space.
In fact, it is the people that put the leaders.
Is it not our same youths that on this same Nairaland are promoting a geriatric, proven incompetent candidate like Buhari, and a known criminal like Atiku, just because they stand to gain small small change from their handlers, while there were young, progressive minds contesting like Donald Duke, Fela Durotoye, Sowore, Oby Ezekwesili and co??
And they will still come and lament on the same Nairaland that our problem is the leaders, that if only we can get good leaders......
Remove any leader and replace him with an typical youth,(note I said typical youth), whose eyes are even redder than that of the politicians, and he would loot Nigeria even worse than the old politicians.
Smh for all of them.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by Sunsets: 10:09am On May 11
He is right about you.
DonX001:


My dear, I had almost the same feelings when I read the Lord Lugard's comments.
He described us as a community perfectly....and this was as far back as a hundred years ago.
People that are arguing against it are blinded by self deceit, and refuse to tell themselves the truth. (Which Lord Lugard also mentioned in that writeup as "a lack of veracity". Those that don't know the meaning of veracity can google it up.).
The man describes exactly why we are where we are today, (compared to other nations/continents), from what he wrote over a hundred years ago.
The man has vision and sagacity.
I need the book to if you can find it.
Re: Electric Cars Outsold Petrol/diesel Fuel Cars In Oil-producing Norway by BiafraIsFree: 10:11am On May 11
Nigeria is evil.
nurey:
smiley

So with the continuous decline in petrol demand all over the world I wonder what Nigeria would lean on for foreign exchange earning.

May I be gone before Nigeria feels the heat

May you be gone to Biafra Nation.

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