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Re: My France Picture Gallery by electromagnito: 11:33pm On Mar 12
i really enjoy this thread trust me... yea macron announce this evening for all university closure, thanks alot for the thread.... i wish i did one back in ile de france.. . enjoy brother
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Boyhood: 4:05am On Mar 13
mrphysics:
Guys, we have a total education shutdown from Monday here.

shocked shocked shocked
Does that mean you will have more than enough time to keep this trend updated by the seconds?? grin grin grin
Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 6:50am On Mar 13
So today is my birthday. Congratulations to me. grin grin

Few things has happened in the past. Previously, we were two Nigerians, but currently, I am the only Nigerian or say African in my class. Something good happened and my classmate left for good. grin grin I am now a lone ranger, but a committed one.

The prevalence of the recent pandemic-Covid19 has again raised a lot of questions in the mind of people, a big issue in the hearts and heads of conspiracy theorists. Whatever, you view about it is, one thing is sure, it is real and it kills. So guys, stay safe and always protect yourself. Do not propagate fake news or rumors about it as it could trigger panic. Also, remember our population is an ignorant one.

A lot of things has been cancelled, infact, unlike Nigeria that when a health minister gives information about Covid19, and Obasanjo says otherwise and people would believe Obasanjo more than the health ministers, the French people follow scientific recommendations and government directives. Ever since the outbreak, we have been informed through all means on how to protect ourselves. Wearing gloves doesn't solve the problem except you work in the hospital. We have been informed to always wash our hands, stay away (for now) from public gatherings, and do not visit the elderly (in other not to infect them). Follow same process too guys. We care so much about you guys and we want you all hale and hearty.

The world is actually not as big as we think. It's spreading.

I have got some nuclear stories, I will share them soon. Happy birthday to me.

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by kolladey(m): 9:10am On Mar 13
My brother, happy birthday to you sir.
Congratulations.
Re: My France Picture Gallery by SaintHilary(m): 9:16am On Mar 13
Happy birthday bro, live long and prosper. May corona virus stay far from your environment
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Boyhood: 9:23am On Mar 13
HaPpY birthday MrPhysics
Re: My France Picture Gallery by electromagnito: 9:44am On Mar 13
happy birthday brother... thanks for representing Nigeria well.... you are blessed
Re: My France Picture Gallery by jlomz: 10:35am On Mar 13
mrphysics:
So today is my birthday. Congratulations to me. grin grin

Few things has happened in the past. Previously, we were two Nigerians, but currently, I am the only Nigerian or say African in my class. Something good happened and my classmate left for good. grin grin I am now a lone ranger, but a committed one.

The prevalence of the recent pandemic-Covid19 has again raised a lot of questions in the mind of people, a big issue in the hearts and heads of conspiracy theorists. Whatever, you view about it is, one thing is sure, it is real and it kills. So guys, stay safe and always protect yourself. Do not propagate fake news or rumors about it as it could trigger panic. Also, remember our population is an ignorant one.

A lot of things has been cancelled, infact, unlike Nigeria that when a health minister gives information about Covid19, and Obasanjo says otherwise and people would believe Obasanjo more than the health ministers, the French people follow scientific recommendations and government directives. Ever since the outbreak, we have been informed through all means on how to protect ourselves. Wearing gloves doesn't solve the problem except you work in the hospital. We have been informed to always wash our hands, stay away (for now) from public gatherings, and do not visit the elderly (in other not to infect them). Follow same process too guys. We care so much about you guys and we want you all hale and hearty.

The world is actually not as big as we think. It's spreading.

I have got some nuclear stories, I will share them soon. Happy birthday to me.

Happy birthday Mr P, one love from home bro.
Take care of yourself biko!!!
That our friend has collected offer letter from home and left you with Akada abi? It is well.
Please Mr. P, I sent you a PM, don't know if it got to you. But in case it doesn't, please here's my mail address shegbonee@gmail.com, local man need your advice biko, idikwa urgent.
Thank you.
Once again happy birthdayyyyyy!!!!
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Gabflex: 10:58am On Mar 13
happy birthday bro
Re: My France Picture Gallery by chqakinns(m): 11:19am On Mar 13
Happy bday Mr P,i wish you more years tied with good health.Just wanna informed you that i have been offered admission letter but i need your candid advice about moving there..can you pls send me your digit so that we can chat better on whatsapp?This is my email akinremiakinpelu@gmail.com.

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by Nobody: 11:33am On Mar 13
mrphysics:
So today is my birthday.
Happy birthday metaphysics!!! Wish you long life in good healthy and prosperity. Stay Blessed.
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Cousiim: 12:26pm On Mar 13
mrphysics:
So today is my birthday. Congratulations to me. grin grin

Few things has happened in the past. Previously, we were two Nigerians, but currently, I am the only Nigerian or say African in my class. Something good happened and my classmate left for good. grin grin I am now a lone ranger, but a committed one.

The prevalence of the recent pandemic-Covid19 has again raised a lot of questions in the mind of people, a big issue in the hearts and heads of conspiracy theorists. Whatever, you view about it is, one thing is sure, it is real and it kills. So guys, stay safe and always protect yourself. Do not propagate fake news or rumors about it as it could trigger panic. Also, remember our population is an ignorant one.

A lot of things has been cancelled, infact, unlike Nigeria that when a health minister gives information about Covid19, and Obasanjo says otherwise and people would believe Obasanjo more than the health ministers, the French people follow scientific recommendations and government directives. Ever since the outbreak, we have been informed through all means on how to protect ourselves. Wearing gloves doesn't solve the problem except you work in the hospital. We have been informed to always wash our hands, stay away (for now) from public gatherings, and do not visit the elderly (in other not to infect them). Follow same process too guys. We care so much about you guys and we want you all hale and hearty.

The world is actually not as big as we think. It's spreading.

I have got some nuclear stories, I will share them soon. Happy birthday to me.

Happy birthday mrphysics!!

Pls sir coman epp me review my SOP, I was shortlisted for the interview, I need this so bad!
Re: My France Picture Gallery by dandy00: 10:33pm On Mar 13
Many people have been saying how soo tensed and uneasy France Educational system can be.. we know there is no place that is easy...

But this France studies looks different and difficult according to people...

Can someone please explain




electromagnito:
funny guy... you dey france education system still get time to dey do picture gallery... i want to believe if you attend Paris Sept like us, your head go don compress by now.... sha do get 14/20(if you manage get am at all�����) .... i just like french education system.... he go humble you when you validate with 10/20..... go old days in Cergy

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by ranger123: 10:52pm On Mar 13
Happy birthday Mr P. Your good heart will definitely pave more ways for you. Keep making Naija proud.
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Lhimeet(m): 11:32pm On Mar 13
mrphysics:
So today is my birthday. Congratulations to me. grin grin

Few things has happened in the past. Previously, we were two Nigerians, but currently, I am the only Nigerian or say African in my class. Something good happened and my classmate left for good. grin grin I am now a lone ranger, but a committed one.

The prevalence of the recent pandemic-Covid19 has again raised a lot of questions in the mind of people, a big issue in the hearts and heads of conspiracy theorists. Whatever, you view about it is, one thing is sure, it is real and it kills. So guys, stay safe and always protect yourself. Do not propagate fake news or rumors about it as it could trigger panic. Also, remember our population is an ignorant one.

A lot of things has been cancelled, infact, unlike Nigeria that when a health minister gives information about Covid19, and Obasanjo says otherwise and people would believe Obasanjo more than the health ministers, the French people follow scientific recommendations and government directives. Ever since the outbreak, we have been informed through all means on how to protect ourselves. Wearing gloves doesn't solve the problem except you work in the hospital. We have been informed to always wash our hands, stay away (for now) from public gatherings, and do not visit the elderly (in other not to infect them). Follow same process too guys. We care so much about you guys and we want you all hale and hearty.

The world is actually not as big as we think. It's spreading.

I have got some nuclear stories, I will share them soon. Happy birthday to me.

Happy Birthday.
Re: My France Picture Gallery by mistercharles: 11:46pm On Mar 13
Lhimeet:


Happy Birthday.
did you use national ID to verify your sc app?
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Lhimeet(m): 12:16am On Mar 14
mistercharles:
did you use national ID to verify your sc app?

Ask Chiefheywhy.
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Hadampson(m): 4:42pm On Mar 14
Happy birthday mrphysics
Wish you success in your future endeavours
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Edicoco(f): 12:18pm On Mar 15
Happy birthday to you. I appreciate your generous updates and advice, especially with regards to studying/scholarships abroad. May you reap the fruits of your labor. Amen

Please I need your opinion on this. I was shortlisted for the ptdf oss interview (PhD). I have my BSc cert and statement of result for my MSc.

Will they accept my MSc notification/statement of result? I concluded my MSc 2017. Thanks

mrphysics:
So today is my birthday. Congratulations to me. grin grin

Few things has happened in the past. Previously, we were two Nigerians, but currently, I am the only Nigerian or say African in my class. Something good happened and my classmate left for good. grin grin I am now a lone ranger, but a committed one.

The prevalence of the recent pandemic-Covid19 has again raised a lot of questions in the mind of people, a big issue in the hearts and heads of conspiracy theorists. Whatever, you view about it is, one thing is sure, it is real and it kills. So guys, stay safe and always protect yourself. Do not propagate fake news or rumors about it as it could trigger panic. Also, remember our population is an ignorant one.

A lot of things has been cancelled, infact, unlike Nigeria that when a health minister gives information about Covid19, and Obasanjo says otherwise and people would believe Obasanjo more than the health ministers, the French people follow scientific recommendations and government directives. Ever since the outbreak, we have been informed through all means on how to protect ourselves. Wearing gloves doesn't solve the problem except you work in the hospital. We have been informed to always wash our hands, stay away (for now) from public gatherings, and do not visit the elderly (in other not to infect them). Follow same process too guys. We care so much about you guys and we want you all hale and hearty.

The world is actually not as big as we think. It's spreading.

I have got some nuclear stories, I will share them soon. Happy birthday to me.
Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 7:10am On Mar 16
Cousiim:


Happy birthday mrphysics!!

Pls sir coman epp me review my SOP, I was shortlisted for the interview, I need this so bad!
Alright bro. Send a PM.

And goodluck in your interview
Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 7:12am On Mar 16
Edicoco:
Happy birthday to you. I appreciate your generous updates and advice, especially with regards to studying/scholarships abroad. May you reap the fruits of your labor. Amen

Please I need your opinion on this. I was shortlisted for the ptdf oss interview (PhD). I have my BSc cert and statement of result for my MSc.

Will they accept my MSc notification/statement of result? I concluded my MSc 2017. Thanks


I am guessing they should. Everyone in the panel is a Nigerian who understand how the system works. They all know it takes time for most Nigerian Universities to issue M.Sc Certificate. So there's nothing to worry about.


Goodluck in your interview and thanks for the kind wishes.

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by Cousiim: 2:30pm On Mar 17
mrphysics:

Alright bro. Send a PM.

And goodluck in your interview

Thanks sire, just seeing this and I sent you a pm already
Re: My France Picture Gallery by Cousiim: 2:37pm On Mar 19
mrphysics:

Alright bro. Send a PM.

And goodluck in your interview

Responded sire!
Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 12:38pm On Mar 21
Thanks guys for the warm wishes. I am most grateful.

The day after my birthday, i.e on Saturday last week, I had in audience, two Nigerians who came to my residence to celebrate the belated birthday with me since our classes ended late on Friday.

They came with some drinks which were mainly alcohol and wine. We got the day started, playing different kinds of games while enjoying the drinks. On Sunday, I noticed some signs of headache which I excused to be probably the hangover from the previous day drinks. This degenerated into serious headache that Paracetamol couldn't help. I was scared, this is Corona Virus regime, a military or dictatorship regime where we have been mandated to remain indoors. I am aware of the emergency number to call however, I didn't want to raise any alarm until I am sure, it's Covid-19. Everyone was scared, my parents, girlfriend, etc. I was told to treat typhoid, I did, nothing changed. Someone recommended I added Malaria drugs which I did and the situation remained the same. I was down, seriously down, couldn't look at my laptop screen for long. However, I wasn't coughing, but I had serious headache, my body was shaking, and the rest of it.

I remained with my self medication since I can't go to the hospital as I may be exposed to the most dangerous Covid-19. Having called all Pharmacist friend and uncles, the only thing to treat was Worm. My stomach was worsening as I couldn't lay on my bed for a long time. It was a scary period but after I took the Worm medicine, I began to get myself.

I had to indulge into indoor/inroom exercises and thank God I am fully normal and what I feared most didn't come upon me.

I am sure you guys were praying for me directly or indirectly, to this, I am ever grateful.

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 12:46pm On Mar 21
When we learned about the possible closure of schools, I alerted my MD about my availability to work either remotely or in Nigeria. He was excited that I am free to take up work. He then requested that I look for any flight and send him the ticket or the price. The company was happy to have me back to work until the crisis is resolved.

However, I had few challenges before taking the offer:

1. The fear of being exposed on my way to the country
2. Fear of being a risk or source of possible risk to my family and my colleagues at work
3. My courses will be taught online from Monday, how free will I be to join the program in Nigeria while also working ?
4. The stress of travelling.

After thinking about it, I decided to stay put and work remotely. Also, if I had moved and with my recent health problem, I am sure, no one would want to stay close to me.

So I went to the market to stock things up but met an empty super market. The crowd in this big supermarket the day I went were much that I knew that it could be the only exposure to Covid-19 I may have encountered. Otherwise, I would have been so sure, I wasn't exposed.

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by JOACHINpedro(m): 1:12pm On Mar 21
mrphysics:
When we learned about the possible closure of schools, I alerted my MD about my availability to work either remotely or in Nigeria. He was excited that I am free to take up work. He then requested that I look for any flight and send him the ticket or the price. The company was happy to have me back to work until the crisis is resolved.

However, I had few challenges before taking the offer:

1. The fear of being exposed on my way to the country
2. Fear of being a risk or source of possible risk to my family and my colleagues at work
3. My courses will be taught online from Monday, how free will I be to join the program in Nigeria while also working ?
4. The stress of travelling.

After thinking about it, I decided to stay put and work remotely. Also, if I had moved and with my recent health problem, I am sure, no one would want to stay close to me.

So I went to the market to stock things up but met an empty super market. The crowd in this big supermarket the day I went were much that I knew that it could be the only exposure to Covid-19 I may have encountered. Otherwise, I would have been so sure, I wasn't exposed.

Wow... Business is booming over there.
Well, sellers over there have conscience, if it was Nigeria the cost of commodities will be tripling everyday.

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 1:23pm On Mar 21
Yesterday, while being quarantined, someone knocked on my door, though I wasn't expecting any guest, I was hoping maybe someone decided to shine luck on me wink wink wink wink

Well, it happened the guy was a staff of Domino Pizza. According to him, Domino Pizza would be sharing Pizza the next day (today) to people who are in our residence. This is their way of supporting the government in keeping people within their residence during this tough moment.

I asked if it's free and the guy answered in affirmation. I told him never to withhold the rain of Pizza from falling on God's people. grin grin

So today, around Midday, I got a knock again at the door and it was him.

I was surprised because they didn't bring one Pizza, they brought two. One is Kebab Pizza while the other is Chicken Pizza

Pics:

1. Both
2. Kebab Pizza
3. Pullet Pizza
4. Both

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 1:32pm On Mar 21
Ladies and gentlemen,

As I was typing this, the guy brought another one for me. I accepted it wholeheartedly. My people say, "if them give you, you go chop, if them no give you, you no go chop".

So let's eat brethren.

On another thought guys, if Nigeria experiences a total lockdown, do you think same Domino Pizza will share stuffs like this? I have scholars in Paris and they also receive some food items from the CROUS apartment.

Is the problem really the government or ..........

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by mrphysics(m): 1:34pm On Mar 21
JOACHINpedro:

Wow... Business is booming over there.
Well, sellers over there have conscience, if it was Nigeria the cost of commodities will be tripling everyday.

Bro, it's not business booming but panic buying. Good thing here is that the supermarket do not have the right to increase the price of stuffs when demand increases against the unregulated type of business in 9ja where price of things will skyrocket with increase demand.

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by hammed71(m): 5:03pm On Mar 21
If I hear say dem share free pizza for naija, for where!

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Re: My France Picture Gallery by chqakinns(m): 9:15pm On Mar 21
@mr p,i sent you msg on your bday but u neva replied me.Why?..AnywayJust wanna informed you that i have been offered admission but i need your candid advice about alot of tins ova der.Can you pls send me your digit so that we can chat better on whatsapp tru my email akinremiakinpelu@gmail.com?Thanks and hoping to hear from you.
Re: My France Picture Gallery by HRprof: 6:33am On Mar 22
Is there possibility of calling off international travel ban in 2 weeks time in France ? I'm planning visiting Paris next month before my visa expired.

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