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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Zico5(m): 7:38pm On Jan 07
Ok
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by ZombieTERROR: 7:39pm On Jan 07
USA should know that a lot of terror sympathizers are in Nigeria

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by seanswitch(m): 7:39pm On Jan 07
In short it's zoo down here.
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Skepticus: 7:40pm On Jan 07
CSTR2:
You still dey shame?
Lol.

Keep voting for idiots that have no clue on how to build a developed society.


If you check the names that are being popped up to replace Buhari in 2023 (irrespective of the political party), na idiots full there.

The country is long gone. Forget it.

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Commentor: 7:40pm On Jan 07
CSTR2:
You still dey shame?
Lol.

Keep voting for idiots that have no clue on how to build a developed society.


It's the idiots that directed the Okada man to ride against traffic.

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Coldie(m): 7:40pm On Jan 07
Xavi2019:
There's no lie there....
The story no even complete.

Plenty Infos about Nigeria is still lacking

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Kittex7(m): 7:40pm On Jan 07
Simple the truth but our money dey sweet them well well
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by YoungLionken(m): 7:41pm On Jan 07
Donald Trump's food is ready, serving it hot to country caught in the middle.

Trump be trumping upon serpents and scorpions,and they do nothing.

Trump is no asslicker...

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Odunolumide(m): 7:41pm On Jan 07
oga o
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by bluefilm: 7:41pm On Jan 07
Who know sabi all this nonsense wey dem dey yarn before?

Abeg shift jooor make pesin hear word.
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by MoIbrahim: 7:41pm On Jan 07
Sadly, almost everything there is true. It's a shame.
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Guide777(m): 7:42pm On Jan 07
Its not a shit-hole for smelling nice! Trump is always right

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Xkalaban(m): 7:42pm On Jan 07
“Roads are generally in poor condition, causing damage to vehicles and contributing to hazardous traffic conditions. There are few working traffic lights or stop signs, and few traffic control officers to manage traffic during power outages. The rainy season, generally from May to October, is especially dangerous because of flooded roads and water-concealed potholes.”

Gbamsolutely!

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Kenneth10110(m): 7:42pm On Jan 07
budaatum:

We probably might. Imagine Athiefku in 2023. By 2028 Nigerians would likely be weeping and cursing.

We dodged a bullet there! We voted to reduce the pigs feeding excessively at the trough.

Sai Bubu Next Level!



Go and have a rethink you need to see the truth but you are so far from the truth

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by naijazee2: 7:42pm On Jan 07
Hmmmm short of words shocked shocked shocked cry
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by budaatum: 7:42pm On Jan 07
bindukwe:



That's on the individual level. what concerns the state is beyond that level of power.

You're not buying and selling to yourself, you're not your own economy.

Who'd have the final say in what concerns everyone? You can't operate at your fullest potential on your own, you need people.
The skills you learn isn't for yourself, its value exchanged for what you value.

That transaction has to be regulated by independent power who will pay fair to you both.
You can't be that power, because nothing stops you or the other from being unfair to each other.

My own opinion is that we, on an "individual level", have the final say. If I'm fair with you, you would most likely be fair to me. That's not to say everyone would be fair since not everyone has the power to regulate themselves, but if more regulate themselves, and if those who don't know learn to regulate themselves, we will all be regulators operating at our "fullest potential" "buying and selling" and being "an economy", as in, an agency that makes money and society better to boot.

We, have the final say bindukwe. We did not inherit our leaders from Mars; we elected them from amongst we ourselves, with our collective eyes open, dare I say. The only power that regulates transactions between you and I is you and I. We [must] use our individual power to regulate our fairness to one another instead of expecting it to be regulated by higher powers.

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by NaijadrivaCars: 7:44pm On Jan 07
CHai Naijaa, when una mumu go do to stop to vote for bad leaders?

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by GRACEGLORY: 7:44pm On Jan 07
budaatum:
This is not a portrayal of Nigeria, but of we Nigerians who create the despicable things described here in our country called Nigeria!

We Nigerians will change our ways when we finally decide to dislike being described this way.


GOD bless you my brother, dem no go agree sey na we we dey do am, dem go sey na Nigeria. Who be Nigeria, abi na who dem dey stone, who dem dey lock up for dia obodoyinbo dem, na who dem dey insult, and clear way for like leper, who dem dey tag bad person(s). Mtchwee!

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by budaatum: 7:44pm On Jan 07
Kenneth10110:




Go and have a rethink you need to see the truth but you are so far from the truth
Enlighten me please.
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by stanisbaratheon: 7:45pm On Jan 07
That write up is probably the work of a CIA operative. 100% correct.

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by SenecaTheYonger(f): 7:46pm On Jan 07
Very apt description, Kudos. Thank you to both past and present administration. This is your handwork being described on US Embassy WEbsite.
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Kenneth10110(m): 7:46pm On Jan 07
budaatum:

Enlighten me please.


Go and meet bubu to enlighten you

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Ajibade123(m): 7:46pm On Jan 07
low-key it is the truth na
anyway do you wish to study or work in Australia, Canada or US check my signature for more info
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Ajibade123(m): 7:47pm On Jan 07
low-key it is the truth na
anyway do you wish to study or work in Australia, Canada or US check my signature for more info
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by IgboSomalia: 7:48pm On Jan 07
Those things were written by Nigerians working in the US Embassy.

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Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by SangoOlukosoOba(m): 7:48pm On Jan 07
Simple truth!
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Vcblinks(m): 7:48pm On Jan 07
Lol,the shit hole has represented well.a disgrace for a nation
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Ventura1: 7:48pm On Jan 07
They were nice with their description.
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by Trutherme: 7:48pm On Jan 07
Only Nigerians will read the truth and call it Damning.
There's nothing damning about what I just read cheesy undecided
Re: How US Embassy Portrays Nigeria On Its Website by OTayobami(m): 7:48pm On Jan 07
The kyn people we many for this thread ehn?!

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