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How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by pmc01(m): 11:08pm On Jul 08, 2019
What's your take on this? Please ignore the personal sentiments at the end; it's solely the author's.

It's such a sad jolt to reality!



Tayo Iwo writes:

For those into medical research, today is a sad day for Nigeria!

One of the biggest funding institutions in the World brought out an advert some months ago to build one of the most sophisticated laboratories in a third world country and the final interview was left between Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria.

Kenya having a lot of fund already was easily ruled out and left with Nigeria and Ghana. The head of the team representing Nigeria broke the sad news that the Ghanaian were awarded the contract just because they couldn't defend the last question they were asked.

What's the question?

One of the Professors asked the team, but Nigeria is not safe, herdsmen are all around in Lagos where you are proposing, our representatives would be scared of coming down to Lagos.

All effort to prove to the panel was abortive, to the team, the news Nigerians put out was enough for them to judge how safe Lagos is.

It is this same problem that made Nigeria lost to Kenya, Ghana and one other country for securing the location for the field trial of the most recent vaccine for malaria.

One of the foremost WHO vaccination experts said he kept pushing the committee when they met in Geneva with statistics that Nigeria has the highest number of malaria case incidence so should be the first priority, but they replied, the country isn't safe and that's how we lost.

While the pessimists and haters of the present government are the major culprit in this show of shame, we must acknowledge that the PR of the present government is nothing to go home about. Apart from the few warriors online doing a great job, the government has failed to project itself very well in the eyes of the world.

The waling team are irredeemable, the government of the day is a sorry case when PR is the issue.

If PMB should reappoint his old media team again, am sorry it's a sign that he wish not to progress.

Lalasticlala Mynd44

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Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by Cutejaelyn(f): 11:10pm On Jul 08, 2019
The south is safer dear

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Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by godofuck231: 11:15pm On Jul 08, 2019
pmc01:
What's your take on this? Please ignore the personal sentiments at the end; it's solely the author's.

It's such a sad jolt to reality!



Tayo Iwo writes:

For those into medical research, today is a sad day for Nigeria!

One of the biggest funding institutions in the World brought out an advert some months ago to build one of the most sophisticated laboratories in a third world country and the final interview was left between Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria.

Kenya having a lot of fund already was easily ruled out and left with Nigeria and Ghana. The head of the team representing Nigeria broke the sad news that the Ghanaian were awarded the contract just because they couldn't defend the last question they were asked.

What's the question?

One of the Professors asked the team, but Nigeria is not safe, herdsmen are all around in Lagos where you are proposing, our representatives would be scared of coming down to Lagos.

All effort to prove to the panel was abortive, to the team, the news Nigerians put out was enough for them to judge how safe Lagos is.

It is this same problem that made Nigeria lost to Kenya, Ghana and one other country for securing the location for the field trial of the most recent vaccine for malaria.

One of the foremost WHO vaccination experts said he kept pushing the committee when they met in Geneva with statistics that Nigeria has the highest number of malaria case incidence so should be the first priority, but they replied, the country isn't safe and that's how we lost.

While the pessimists and haters of the present government are the major culprit in this show of shame, we must acknowledge that the PR of the present government is nothing to go home about. Apart from the few warriors online doing a great job, the government has failed to project itself very well in the eyes of the world.

The waling team are irredeemable, the government of the day is a sorry case when PR is the issue.

If PMB should reappoint his old media team again, am sorry it's a sign that he wish not to progress.

Lalasticlala Mynd44
if the heard men had guns ak47 and we Nigerians had ak74 and ak74s we would have secured the country , if the ears men had had 800 rounds and each home had 5000 rounds from the federal armory, damn for God and country then we will see save as trumps wife's butt
Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by pmc01(m): 11:18pm On Jul 08, 2019
godofuck231:
if the heard men had guns ak47 and we Nigerians had ak74 and ak74s we would have secured the country , if the ears men had had 800 rounds and each home had 5000 rounds from the federal armory, damn for God and country then we will see save as trumps wife's butt

Asides the vulgar language, you mean everyone should own a gun?
Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by Cutejaelyn(f): 11:24pm On Jul 08, 2019
pmc01:


Ma'am, just say "safer". There's no need to put more before it. Kindly modify.
thanks
Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by internationalman(m): 11:26pm On Jul 08, 2019
pmc01:


Ma'am, just say "safer". There's no need to put more before it. Kindly modify.
It doesn't matter provided you get the message she's trying to pass through.. That's the essence of speaking a language and understanding it though..
Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by godofuck231: 11:44pm On Jul 08, 2019
pmc01:


Asides the vulgar language, you mean everyone should own a gun?
No all fire arms are owned by the Federal government hence the ammunition too, we are just securing the country that's all, if the raid our heaven we raze their hell
Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by overall90: 5:21am On Jul 09, 2019
You were making sense until you begin to accuse the imaginary HATERS OF THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT.
you mean its this group that prevented the president from reining in on the herdsmen when they initially started misbehaving.
this same group also asked the FG to release Boko Haram members in detention,pay BH ransome and even integrated some into the security architecture thereby compromising military intelligence,refused to change service chiefs,etc.
do you know that it is this present government that invited fulani from all over the sahel into Nigeria because their person is the president.(el rufai said this with his mouth).in your wisdom,all the killings,banditry,kidnapping etc should not be reported in this age of information?
the truth is the level of insecurity presently in Nigeria is under reported and the opposition is not even doing enough in terms of exposing this government incompetence compared to what APC did when they were in opposition.
Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by meezynetwork(m): 7:18am On Jul 09, 2019
Is Nigeria safe?
Re: How Safe Is Nigeria? A Worrisome Consequence by helinues: 7:19am On Jul 09, 2019
Even in paradise, there is always troubles especially when you are on the menu... How much more Nigeria?

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