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Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by bayelsaowei(m): 10:19am On Dec 06, 2019
grin grin

Apart from the shady promises made by buhari and his pastor cohort, Do we all remember that buhari wore clean blazer suits during his campaign?? Now he has reverted back to the man he truly is..do we all agree as nigerians that we were scammed immensely ?? grin grin

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by Olukoso1: 10:27am On Dec 06, 2019
Lol
DSS IS coming after you

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by Kestolove(f): 10:29am On Dec 06, 2019
Apc is the real yahoo yahoo

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by PapaBaby: 10:31am On Dec 06, 2019
This is hate speech grin

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by MyVILLAGEpeople(m): 10:34am On Dec 06, 2019
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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 10:45am On Dec 06, 2019
The only people that were scammed were those who believed it.

I'm wrong. Those who were scammed were those who believed it and still voted for him again in 2019 despite a crushing recession that impoverished millions with 11 million losing their jobs.

Economists put the blame squarely on Buhari for the senseless forex policies he introduced to help stem the weakening of the Naira.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by JosEast(m): 10:49am On Dec 06, 2019
cheesy cheesy
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by BlackfireX: 10:55am On Dec 06, 2019
One idiot that was insulting anyone not in support of buhari \APc in 2015, have returned back to his archaic village last month.


His dad a pensioner was owed for 42 months
The mother business collapse, low patronage.
Where he was teaching, half salary,that is not even regular.



Couldn't pay house rent, his children school fees became impossible

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by gidgiddy: 10:59am On Dec 06, 2019
bayelsaowei:
grin grin

Apart from the shady promises made by buhari and his pastor cohort, Do we all remember that buhari wore clean blazer suits during his campaign?? Now he has reverted back to the man he truly is..do we all agree as nigerians that we were scammed immensely ?? grin grin

We Igbos saw through the scam, Yorubas swallowed it hook, line and sinker

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 10:59am On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:
The only people that were scammed were those who believed it.

I'm wrong. Those who were scammed were those who believed it and still voted for him again in 2019 despite a crushing recession that impoverished millions with 11 million losing their jobs.

Economists put the blame squarely on Buhari for the senseless forex policies he introduced to help stem the weakening of the Naira.

I dont think buhari was responsible for the recession.The recession was primarily caused by low oil prices.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by positivelord: 11:09am On Dec 06, 2019
OP this is hate speech...I hope you know

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 12:10pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


I dont think buhari was responsible for the recession.The recession was primarily caused by low oil prices.

Wrong.

The country might have gone into a recession but it would have quickly bounce back. The low price of oil was an issue but not all. It wasn't a given that it would have entered a recession. It might have been nothing more than a downturn. Remember that oil only accounts for less than 10% of the country's GDP.

The disproportionate power that oil holds over the economy is that it constitutes the bulk of government spending and the country's exports.

It was Buhari's foreign exchange policies that led to a dearth of dollars denying businesses of forex to run their businesses that led to the severe recession that plagued the country. It was when the Naira was allowed a partial float in 2017 that the economy began to stir. Foreign exchange became available again.

Please read the article below. It was written by the Financial Times in 2016. You might have to fill a Google survey to read. Survey just takes 15 second

https://www.ft.com/content/2f5e5d2c-2338-11e6-9d4d-c11776a5124d

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 12:57pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:





It was Buhari's foreign exchange policies that led to a dearth of dollars denying businesses of forex to run their businesses that led to the severe recession that plagued the country. It was when the Naira was allowed a partial float in 2017 that the economy began to stir. Foreign exchange became available again.



Why couldn't these business go and source for dollars at the black market ?
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 12:58pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


Wrong.

The country might have gone into a recession but it would have quickly bounce back. The low price of oil was an issue but not all. It wasn't a given that it would have entered a recession. It might have been nothing more than a downturn. Remember that oil only accounts for less than 10% of the country's GDP.

The disproportionate power that oil holds over the economy is that it constitutes the bulk of government spending and the country's exports.

It was Buhari's foreign exchange policies that led to a dearth of dollars denying businesses of forex to run their businesses that led to the severe recession that plagued the country. It was when the Naira was allowed a partial float in 2017 that the economy began to stir. Foreign exchange became available again.

Please read the article below. It was written by the Financial Times in 2016. You might have to fill a Google survey to read. Survey just takes 15 second

https://www.ft.com/content/2f5e5d2c-2338-11e6-9d4d-c11776a5124d

The link you posted is telling me to subscribe.
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by davillian(m): 12:58pm On Dec 06, 2019
Anybody that believed this shit then
Needs to be sent to yaba left.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 1:03pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


Remember that oil only accounts for less than 10% of the country's GDP.

The disproportionate power that oil holds over the economy is that it constitutes the bulk of government spending and the country's exports.

It was Buhari's foreign exchange policies that led to a dearth of dollars denying businesses of forex to run their businesses that led to the severe recession that plagued the country. It was when the Naira was allowed a partial float in 2017 that the economy began to stir. Foreign exchange became available again.

Please read the article below. It was written by the Financial Times in 2016. You might have to fill a Google survey to read. Survey just takes 15 second

https://www.ft.com/content/2f5e5d2c-2338-11e6-9d4d-c11776a5124d

Remember that russias economy tumbled too when oil prices dropped.
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by Nobody: 1:15pm On Dec 06, 2019
Olukoso1:
Lol
DSS IS coming after you
grin
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 1:28pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


Remember that russias economy tumbled too when oil prices dropped.

Russia is too dependent on commodities especially oil and gas. America is now the largest producer of oil in the world and its economy did not flounder because oil prices fell. Britain too produces oil but its economy did not flounder also.

I doubt Indonesia and Mexico suffered economic downturns. They too are oil producers but have been able to an extent wean themselves from it.

Nigeria's economy is quite resilient.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 1:29pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:



Why couldn't these business go and source for dollars at the black market ?

The amount there isn't enough. The Economist magazine used the phrase "thinly traded black market' to show the size of it. If you wanted $10m, I doubt it will be easy getting it there.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 1:38pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


Russia is too dependent on commodities especially oil and gas. America is now the largest producer of oil in the world and its economy did not flounder because oil prices fell. Britain too produces oil but its economy did not flounder also.

I doubt Indonesia and Mexico suffered economic downturns. They too are oil producers but have been able to an extent wean themselves from it.

Nigeria's economy is quite resilient.


For American and Britain , oil contributes a minor part of their revenues and foreign exchange ( in Britain's case )
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by bayodele73(m): 2:08pm On Dec 06, 2019
gidgiddy:


We Igbos saw through the scam, Yorubas swallowed it hook, line and sinker
Cant you make an expression without tagging tribe?

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by gidgiddy: 2:14pm On Dec 06, 2019
bayodele73:
Cant you make an expression without tagging tribe?

Not possible, everything in Nigeria is based on tribe

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by imiski(m): 2:17pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


I dont think buhari was responsible for the recession.The recession was primarily caused by low oil prices.
Wrong. The recession was caused by the wrongful implementation of the TSA. That made a lot of banks to be cash straped. Delay in naming ministers, who would invest in a country that has no minister finance for over six months? just like you wanting to put your money in a bank that has no manager.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by Casido1(m): 2:41pm On Dec 06, 2019
Do you need an electric mini sewing machine for your business?... check my signature.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by surgical: 2:41pm On Dec 06, 2019
bayelsaowei:
grin grin

Apart from the shady promises made by buhari and his pastor cohort, Do we all remember that buhari wore clean blazer suits during his campaign?? Now he has reverted back to the man he truly is..do we all agree as nigerians that we were scammed immensely ?? grin grin
Idris abdulkarim has put it succinctly by saying buhari is the most successful scammer in the history of Nigeria,couldnt be said better

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by vincentjk(m): 3:16pm On Dec 06, 2019
My belle o cheesy

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 3:21pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


The amount there isn't enough. The Economist magazines used the phrase "thinly traded black market' to show the size of it. If you wanted $10m, I doubt it will be easy getting it.

And when they went to the banks , the banks refused to give them ? Right ?
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 3:34pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


And when they went to the banks , the banks refused to give them ? Right ?

Yes. That's why they turned to the black market. What is the point of an exchange rate where there's no one to supply you at that rate?

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 3:36pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


Yes. That's why they turned to the black market. What is the point of an exchange rate where there's no one to supply you at that rate?

Lmao , that's messed up. During that period did you also find it tough getting forex on the black market ?
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 3:38pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


Lmao , that's messed up. During that period did you also find it tough getting forex on the black market ?

There was but not in large quantities.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 3:40pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


There was but not in large quantities.

Alright.

And when foreign companies couldn't get dollars , the next thing was lay-offs right ?

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