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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by toyetade: 6:26pm On Jul 29
Bigyusluv:
I can bet with my life that my heart is more pure than yours, because I'm a Christian is should not crave the root to all evil? grin
You are giving the devil a chance in your life by this money you shared daily. You are being paid your salary for your service, which one is sharing money again. How is your heart pure, sin is sin, you are not pure. Repent of it today, pay your tithes and God will keep you and reward you

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by BarristerAlarig: 6:28pm On Jul 29
Lorenzop:


Damn!....You sound like you have experienced this first hand as a business owner... It's quite sad bro, how we celebrate criminality and call it being smart and sharp is really very disappointing.

I can attest to this because one of my in-law had his business crippled to the ground today because someone who manages diesel decided to help himself with plenty of cash, he stole to the point that he now has a house in Abuja, from living in one bedroom apartment. Today, my in-law is still struggling and battling loans he collected for the business while the thief enjoys his loot. Very pathetic.
My advice has always been this... Use technology... Technology these days have been even more advanced to monitor a lot of loopholes. It's just same Nigerian business owners are reluctant to invest in cutting edge tech that will save them these losses.

It is difficult for Start ups to do this, SME's are struggling in this country...

Imagine making a budget and including things you won't need if Nigerians were more trustworthy.....

Bare in mind that resources are limited.

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Nephilim: 6:29pm On Jul 29
Bigyusluv:
I can bet with my life that my heart is more pure than yours, because I'm a Christian is should not crave the root to all evil? grin
stop deceiving yourself, there's nothing pure in your heart. Thou shall not steal is clearly written in the Bible, 7th commandment. And there's no how you will steal without lying.


1 Corinthians 6:9-11 You know that wicked people will not inherit the kingdom of God, don’t you? Stop deceiving yourselves! Sexually immoral people, idolaters, adulterers, male prostitutes, homosexuals, thieves, greedy people, drunks, slanderers, and robbers will not inherit the kingdom of God.

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Drabeey(m): 6:30pm On Jul 29
Bigyusluv:
I can bet with my life that my heart is more pure than yours, because I'm a Christian is should not crave the root to all evil? grin


Alaye, I've been in your shoes before and I understand that runz tin well well. BTW, nobody dey do you, take care of your wound. Eat well, stop knacking for now and try bless your guy here too. You are blessed.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by RonaldoVido: 6:32pm On Jul 29
Bigyusluv:
Hello good morning.

Late April during lockdown, my friend sent me a post, which was advertised by her mom customer in need of an accountant urgently, the job was for graduate and I'm an undergraduate, final year thou I should have graduated since 2018 but left school in my first semester 400l due to mental health issues I was facing which no one know( I can't read and comprehend as I used to anymore) got bored of reading and preparing for exams, set eyes on making money. Just too broke at that time.

I applied for the job with fate, and I was called, went for interview thrice before I was given the job. due to my experience of working as an assistant accountant in one big hotel and working as branch manager in another hotel, and not staying far I was given the job. The pay range was 35k based on my qualifications thou.

I started work first week of May, not too stressful but I'm to resume by 6am and close 6pm, daily allowance 2k and my salary ... I do make 50-60k weekly aside my daily allowance and salary.

Reason I'm thinking about quitting is, early June, on my way to work on bike, I had an accident with Keke, which the Keke man was clearly at fault for swerving without checking his side mirror, but then again, it was just the two of us (bike man and Keke man) on the road, same lane, nothing coming back or front of us, yet the accident.

I had a bruise on my hand and a kinda deep wound an inch from my ankle bone. (which haven't gone yet, used original honey to bring out the surface, thou I no longer feel pains, recently it has dried up).

During that accident period nor of my colleagues/bosses came to visit me as I was home for a week. But my colleagues kept sending my own share from the runs money.

Last Thursday on my way to work, very close to my work place, walking on the street that lead to my office and one man I don't know, was inside his shop/house, saying to me, oboy this your leg never go, na wa oh, them wan just spoil ur leg for you, that your place wey u dey work many don run commot there cause of the juju things wey them dey use follow their workers, better dey pray every day and when u enter office guy. I said thank you sire, while getting to the office tears dropped from my eyes as I prayed.

Next day being Friday on my way home, the bike I took we both fell down, falling to where my wound is, I had to be smart and quickly dodge the bike from landing on that leg... I paid the bike man and trekked to the bustop to get Keke.

This job has really changed me from that sad dude to happy dude, due to financial capability right now... I'm now free of debt and brokenness.

Please advise me, cause I'm not really a spiritual person but all these are making me prayerful (never believed in juju and attack before).

The man who gave you that advice is a frustrated man.

Take it from me.

People are scared when they see others doing better than them.

My advice, stop boarding bike. Take Keke drop. You have the money now.

Avoid naysayers, when you go broke, they will still make jest of you.

Hungry people forming Advisors.

Money is a spirit. Money has entered your life. If you start listening to STUPID people, money will run once you develop the spirit of fear and doubt.

I am not telling you what I was told. It's what I discovered for myself. Just make out time to serve your God.

Any person who offers advice when none was required from him is a HATER.

Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by PrinceMajestic: 6:33pm On Jul 29
Lemme be sincere with you those telling you to pray hate you. Have you heard prayers saved people from spiritual or physical attacks? Or how many prayers has stopped politicians from looting? I would ve said its ordinary but the fact that none of your colleagues came to see you but preferred to just send you your share of run reads a lot of meaning. Your problem is you pray to things that don't exist and abandon the very Spirits that are meant to protect you. But don't quit, just protect yourself and stay conscious of all of their activities around you. I personally believe nothing will happen to you cus your mind has been awakened.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by ojmetrix(m): 6:33pm On Jul 29
Brandonx:

I'm not condemning anyone . As a Christian one should stay away from such act if the cash is not genuine. If your heart is pure that's between you and your maker.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by ojmetrix(m): 6:35pm On Jul 29
BarristerAlarig:
THE STORY OF A NIGERIAN MANUFACTURER

I run a manufacturing business and a trading business. 
The biggest challenge in my manufacturing business is not power, or infrastructure, the biggest challenge is getting honest staff. Everyone we hire is appears to be on a mission to steal as much as possible. Inflated invoices, recording less than the actual number of units produced. The worst part of it all is that all the fraud we've uncovered is not done by a single person, it's usually many staff who collude with each other, from production, to sales, to finance, even top management. There was a year I overhauled management 3 times in a year. But I've found a solution sha, I now use Indian management. So competent, so honest and so straightforward. I thought they were expensive at first with all the visa fees, accommodation, house staff, but now that losses due to staff theft have been reduced to a minimum, and efficiency increased, the Indian management has turned out to be cheaper than the previous Nigerian management. Now, all sensitive positions involving money go to Indians. Nigerians are only allowed in non-sensitive positions. I used to criticize companies like Dangote Group that hire so many Indians when there are many unemployed Nigerians, but now, I understand their decision. 

My biggest challenge in the trading business is the same, getting honest staff. The form of trading occurs in the open market, and involves staff having access to huge sums of money running into a few millions. I know how much I pay to security companies to provide escorts for the staff, not to prevent robbery, but to ensure that the staff go straight to the bank to deposit the money after the day's sales and not disappear with my money. This money spent on security companies is even enough to be declared as profit. We have to spend on CCTV, biometric scanners and other things that wouldn't not be needed if staff weren't looking for the slightest opportunity to steal. 

It got so bad at a point that my main criteria for employing staff was no longer competency but honesty. At least, competency and skills can be learnt, but once you're dishonest, you're dishonest. 

We always complain of the economy and how they are no jobs. I know people abroad who would have loved to set up job creating businesses in Nigeria but they can't because they can't get any trustworthy person to run it. 

I know people in Nigeria with so much money, they want to start factories and other job-creating businesses but they can't because they are occupied elsewhere and can't get any trustworthy person to run the business. So instead of investing in the real sector and creating jobs, they'll just buy treasury bills, while the thieves are shouting no jobs. 

Many big businesses would have been born in Nigeria if we could engage in partnerships, but we cant because you can't trust anyone. This is one advantage the Indians and Lebanese have over us in Nigeria. They can pull resources together and do mega-business, unlike Nigerians that because only one person must do everything since we can't partner, end up with small, tiny businesses. 

Start a poultry and they will be stealing your eggs. Some will even go
ahead to be killing the chickens so that they'll be allowed to take them home.

Start an entertainment/viewing/game center and they'll be pocketing
your money. On the days you're around at the business, the money
realized will be x10 of the money realized when you're not around.
Because they're eating your money.

Lease out a vehicle to a driver to use and watch as he'll finish you.

Start a restaurant, the same thing will happen. More than half of the
total food ingredients will end up in their personal kitchens.

Even ordinary provisions shop, they will find a way to steal.

You'll see them with that their evil, wicked saying "na where person dey work, na there e dey chop, na e make dem dey callam workchop/workshop"...... Just imagine, justifying theft at work. 

And you'll see these people point their crooked fingers at politicians when they're not any different. I usually say the reason most Nigerians haven't stolen billions of government money, is simply lack of opportunity.

Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria.
it pitiable sir I am working with a Chinese firm under a strategic position due to my honesty and I would love working with you if you will consider me sir thanks
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by PrinceMajestic: 6:35pm On Jul 29
You must stop sharing that runs money with them. That's most important for you
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by BarristerAlarig: 6:37pm On Jul 29
DJperdurabo:


Doesn't it amaze you that prior to your calling out the OP on his dishonesty, no other moniker bothered to mention it. It's so bad now that stealing and corruption at the work place is now the norm that no one bothered to admonish the OP about it.

Like I say in my business threads, the average Nigerian is EXTREMELY corrupt! S/he will scheme, lie, pervert justice, steal with impunity, murder and do ANYTHING to get his her way. The universe has to really smile on you to find a conscientious Nigeria worker or business partner, so, when foreigners take us to task about our inherent dishonesty, most time I always defend us because "what else can I do"? She:s my country, my motherland and I cannot deny her.

There is light at the end of the tunnel though, as there are still 'righteous' ones amongs this den of thieves.

And to the OP, you better desist from your so called "runs" if you want the.powers that be to smile upon the work of your hands.



Sir, I was shocked honestly... Everyone was asking him to pray. Seriously??how about asking him to stop stealing??

A friend has a hotel in Benin. Whenever guest use some of the most expensive rooms, it won't be recorded by the staff! The receptionist, the bar man, the service helps, everyone is usually in on it. This kept going on till they were caught. Whenever he was present, the monies at the end of the day would be substantial, whenever he wasn't, they could barely make 500k.

The bar man had his own "runs" too. He would buy drinks outside, smuggle it into the hotel and resell at hotel prices. It was surprising that the bar usually made sales, but the stock never went down.

Nigerians are criminals.

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Emmerlee(m): 6:38pm On Jul 29
BarristerAlarig:
THE STORY OF A NIGERIAN MANUFACTURER

I run a manufacturing business and a trading business. 
The biggest challenge in my manufacturing business is not power, or infrastructure, the biggest challenge is getting honest staff. Everyone we hire is appears to be on a mission to steal as much as possible. Inflated invoices, recording less than the actual number of units produced. The worst part of it all is that all the fraud we've uncovered is not done by a single person, it's usually many staff who collude with each other, from production, to sales, to finance, even top management. There was a year I overhauled management 3 times in a year. But I've found a solution sha, I now use Indian management. So competent, so honest and so straightforward. I thought they were expensive at first with all the visa fees, accommodation, house staff, but now that losses due to staff theft have been reduced to a minimum, and efficiency increased, the Indian management has turned out to be cheaper than the previous Nigerian management. Now, all sensitive positions involving money go to Indians. Nigerians are only allowed in non-sensitive positions. I used to criticize companies like Dangote Group that hire so many Indians when there are many unemployed Nigerians, but now, I understand their decision. 

My biggest challenge in the trading business is the same, getting honest staff. The form of trading occurs in the open market, and involves staff having access to huge sums of money running into a few millions. I know how much I pay to security companies to provide escorts for the staff, not to prevent robbery, but to ensure that the staff go straight to the bank to deposit the money after the day's sales and not disappear with my money. This money spent on security companies is even enough to be declared as profit. We have to spend on CCTV, biometric scanners and other things that wouldn't not be needed if staff weren't looking for the slightest opportunity to steal. 

It got so bad at a point that my main criteria for employing staff was no longer competency but honesty. At least, competency and skills can be learnt, but once you're dishonest, you're dishonest. 

We always complain of the economy and how they are no jobs. I know people abroad who would have loved to set up job creating businesses in Nigeria but they can't because they can't get any trustworthy person to run it. 

I know people in Nigeria with so much money, they want to start factories and other job-creating businesses but they can't because they are occupied elsewhere and can't get any trustworthy person to run the business. So instead of investing in the real sector and creating jobs, they'll just buy treasury bills, while the thieves are shouting no jobs. 

Many big businesses would have been born in Nigeria if we could engage in partnerships, but we cant because you can't trust anyone. This is one advantage the Indians and Lebanese have over us in Nigeria. They can pull resources together and do mega-business, unlike Nigerians that because only one person must do everything since we can't partner, end up with small, tiny businesses. 

Start a poultry and they will be stealing your eggs. Some will even go
ahead to be killing the chickens so that they'll be allowed to take them home.

Start an entertainment/viewing/game center and they'll be pocketing
your money. On the days you're around at the business, the money
realized will be x10 of the money realized when you're not around.
Because they're eating your money.

Lease out a vehicle to a driver to use and watch as he'll finish you.

Start a restaurant, the same thing will happen. More than half of the
total food ingredients will end up in their personal kitchens.

Even ordinary provisions shop, they will find a way to steal.

You'll see them with that their evil, wicked saying "na where person dey work, na there e dey chop, na e make dem dey callam workchop/workshop"...... Just imagine, justifying theft at work. 

And you'll see these people point their crooked fingers at politicians when they're not any different. I usually say the reason most Nigerians haven't stolen billions of government money, is simply lack of opportunity.

Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria.

Well written bro. This is "1000%" true and it's so unfortunate.. sad

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by kolade560: 6:40pm On Jul 29
The indomie generation will tell you nothing is wrong but we the elderly will say watch your back . Things are happening beyond imagination.
This is Africa, juju is real, witchcraft is real.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by DaddyMorenike: 6:40pm On Jul 29
Kriss216:

Any busy body that will suggest you quit this job, make that person phone enter water sad
Amen.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by psalmylee: 6:42pm On Jul 29
Brandonx:

I'm not condemning anyone . As a Christian one should stay away from such act if the cash is not genuine. If your heart is pure that's between you and your maker.
like your vice president who is a pastor did shey??I swear Nigerians are hypocrites
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by VicM6: 6:42pm On Jul 29
Kriss216:

Any busy body that will suggest you quit this job, make that person phone enter water sad
be wise... someone just used the one juju....
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by luminouz(m): 6:50pm On Jul 29
This one dey cheat the company that employed him yet he was wondering if juju dey follow am?


Nawa oooo

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by DJperdurabo: 6:55pm On Jul 29
BarristerAlarig:



Sir, I was shocked honestly... Everyone was asking him to pray. Seriously??how about asking him to stop stealing??

A friend has a hotel in Benin. Whenever guest use some of the most expensive rooms, it won't be recorded by the staff! The receptionist, the bar man, the service helps, everyone is usually in on it. This kept going on till they were caught. Whenever he was present, the monies at the end of the day would be substantial, whenever he wasn't, they could barely make 500k.

The bar man had his own "runs" too. He would buy drinks outside, smuggle it into the hotel and resell at hotel prices. It was surprising that the bar usually made sales, but the stock never went down.

Nigerians are criminals.

I could regale you with stories relative to how dishonest the average Nigerian is when it comes to business or the workplace.

Given the nature of my business, entrepreneurs, companies and individuals come calling for financial succour and of course I engage them on how they're managing their businesses and finances. I can tell the focused ones from the confused and amongst the focused, over 80% of the time, they got to where they are now due to bad management ocassioned majorly by theft and organisational corruption. So, they're looking for a bail out to start clean.

It is a pandemic that, like someone rightly mentioned, technology happen to be the vaccine. This, and a no nonsense management structure never minding the size of the business is the key to nipping this scourge in the bud.

The irony of it all is these thieves are SO religious!

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Oghenerobo2002(m): 7:01pm On Jul 29
Wisdom is not so common.
It is only someone who cares about you that will tell you the work place is evil. Be very careful of that place. If I were you, I'll quit when I'm still whole
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by ModestGal(f): 7:01pm On Jul 29
BarristerAlarig:

It is difficult for Start ups to do this, SME's are struggling in this country...

Imagine making a budget and including things you won't need if Nigerians were more trustworthy.....

Bare in my mind that resources are limited.
I agree with you, and thats one of the campaigns I make. Nigerians refer to THEFT as SMARTNESS, and exactly why our politicians are corrupt, because to them its not corruption but a smart move, and since they are product of the society, they steal when they get into offices.

And thats also why lots of Nigerians are into yahoo, this problem is a very deep psychological problem and as a patriotic African/Nigerian, I believe we should help these people because its nothing but mental sickness that actually draw them backward at the end of the day.

Yes, our culture is good, but there are things we need to wash off in our culture. Part of them is legit stealing

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by winkmart: 7:03pm On Jul 29
In this life, if yu are weak spiritually, you will be weak physically. I will advise you start consulting anything you consider spiritual and get yourself fortified.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Kakamorufu(m): 7:12pm On Jul 29
Stick to the job abeg. It's time for you too to move closer to your God.


This na correct operation fire for fire angry
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by ModestGal(f): 7:13pm On Jul 29
prekumohtim:


This is really bad but I still believe that there are still many honest Nigerians
Sure, and I can proudly say I am one.
But truth is in Nigeria, honest people are the ones that are unlucky to get those jobs. This is a reason why I think maybe Nigeria is cursed sometimes. Our good people are unfortunate and get thier lives messed up, this makes other people think ''bad'' is the only way to make it in Nigeria and thus follow suit

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by alixa2190(m): 7:13pm On Jul 29
You steal and expect to be at peace, Repent! There is no peace for the wicked. Run to your maker while He is near.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by BarristerAlarig: 7:15pm On Jul 29
ModestGal:

I agree with you, and thats one of the campaigns I make. Nigerians refer to THEFT as SMARTNESS, and exactly why our politicians are corrupt, because to them its not corruption but a smart move, and since they are product of the society, they steal when they get into offices.

And thats also why lots of Nigerians are into yahoo, this problem is a very deep psychological problem and as a patriotic African/Nigerian, I believe we should help these people because its nothing but mental sickness that actually draw them backward at the end of the day.

Yes, our culture is good, but there are things we need to wash off in our culture. Part of them is legit stealing



I have given up on Nigerians. This story and people's reactions were the last straw...


If you are a Nigerian hoping to start a business or a foreigner hoping to invest in Nigeria... Kindly understand one important fact,


NIGERIANS ARE CRIMINALS.

Not some Nigerians,
Not most,

ALL....

If 90% of a product is defective, the entire product is defective.


If you live in Benin, you would be familiar with CROWN COMPUTERS and how his workers ran that business down. The owner is in millions of debt today and they've all left.

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by gigante: 7:23pm On Jul 29
Bigyusluv:
I can bet with my life that my heart is more pure than yours, because I'm a Christian is should not crave the root to all evil? grin

I'm sorry but you are very stupid, so stealing the hotel funds is not evil? Talking about heart purer than yours.

Hypocrites

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Obakashdee(m): 7:33pm On Jul 29
OP you are a mumu man, you are making 60k on runs money which is illegal, you are using Honey to treat wound by yourself and it’s nit going quickly and you are scared of juju

You are a mumu man cheesy

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Truvel(m): 7:34pm On Jul 29
1.Do U Pay Tithe? 2. What Has Been Ur Dream Ever Since U Started Working There?
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by ModestGal(f): 7:39pm On Jul 29
BarristerAlarig:




I have given up on Nigerians. This story and people's reactions were the last straw...


If you are a Nigerian hoping to start a business or a foreigner hoping to invest in Nigeria... Kindly understand one important fact,


NIGERIANS ARE CRIMINALS.

Not some Nigerians,
Not most,

ALL....

If 90% of a product is defective, the entire product is defective.


If you live in Benin, you would be familiar with CROWN COMPUTERS and how his workers ran that business down. The owner is in millions of debt today and they've all left.
I'm Nigerian, and I'm honest. I do not and will not agree that all Nigerians are corn artists, I have been cheated, I have felt hurt, but I won't use the actions of some to judge the actions of all. I would not partake in such collective blaming because it would be unfair to the few good people and would be a discouragement, and would only turn them to bad people because being good won't make any difference either, and neither would I give up on helping Nigerians or fellow black people because giving up itself is a weakness.

My generations and blood would always be
tied to Nigeria and I would do the little I could during the course of my life to help in anyway I could. If early Americans had given up, I'm sure you wouldn't see the Americans of today, and likewise all other advanced countries.
I understand that you are mad at these people, but you should understand that someday your children/ties would be bullied by peers by telling them ''go back home'' if you happened to live outside Nigeria. Today, I blame the old generations for making Nigerians this way, with almost nothing to be proud of as a Nigerian, one day is coming that our generations to come would CURSED on our own generation for doing nothing to help.

Also I'd advise you go back to history and read the crimes many of the countries we deem advanced today have committed against humanity, and how the spirit of the few good people have helped them.
On behalf of Nigerians, I'm saying sorry for all the bad things that happened in your company and I'm not going to tell you to start employing Nigerians, no need for that, but I need you to forgive and see deep into this problem and how we can raise our voices on such topics so that our society can clean up such cultures and if we win, our coming generation would be proud of us.

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Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by golddare: 7:43pm On Jul 29
Bigyusluv:
Hello good morning.

Late April during lockdown, my friend sent me a post, which was advertised by her mom customer in need of an accountant urgently, the job was for graduate and I'm an undergraduate, final year thou I should have graduated since 2018 but left school in my first semester 400l due to mental health issues I was facing which no one know( I can't read and comprehend as I used to anymore) got bored of reading and preparing for exams, set eyes on making money. Just too broke at that time.

I applied for the job with fate, and I was called, went for interview thrice before I was given the job. due to my experience of working as an assistant accountant in one big hotel and working as branch manager in another hotel, and not staying far I was given the job. The pay range was 35k based on my qualifications thou.

I started work first week of May, not too stressful but I'm to resume by 6am and close 6pm, daily allowance 2k and my salary ... I do make 50-60k weekly aside my daily allowance and salary.

Reason I'm thinking about quitting is, early June, on my way to work on bike, I had an accident with Keke, which the Keke man was clearly at fault for swerving without checking his side mirror, but then again, it was just the two of us (bike man and Keke man) on the road, same lane, nothing coming back or front of us, yet the accident.

I had a bruise on my hand and a kinda deep wound an inch from my ankle bone. (which haven't gone yet, used original honey to bring out the surface, thou I no longer feel pains, recently it has dried up).

During that accident period nor of my colleagues/bosses came to visit me as I was home for a week. But my colleagues kept sending my own share from the runs money.

Last Thursday on my way to work, very close to my work place, walking on the street that lead to my office and one man I don't know, was inside his shop/house, saying to me, oboy this your leg never go, na wa oh, them wan just spoil ur leg for you, that your place wey u dey work many don run commot there cause of the juju things wey them dey use follow their workers, better dey pray every day and when u enter office guy. I said thank you sire, while getting to the office tears dropped from my eyes as I prayed.

Next day being Friday on my way home, the bike I took we both fell down, falling to where my wound is, I had to be smart and quickly dodge the bike from landing on that leg... I paid the bike man and trekked to the bustop to get Keke.

This job has really changed me from that sad dude to happy dude, due to financial capability right now... I'm now free of debt and brokenness.

Please advise me, cause I'm not really a spiritual person but all these are making me prayerful (never believed in juju and attack before).

Options wey I get for you.

1. Find one MFM church go and start dey go. Whether they like it or not they must leave you alone.

2. Quit the job.

3. Expunged that aspect of your life that you once have mental issues from your history like it never happened. No dey ever say you get mental wetin..
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by writeprof(m): 7:43pm On Jul 29
Brandonx:
How can you call yourself a Christian and still partake in sharing of ill gotten funds. If the fund is legit, serve God with all your heart and do your job diligently.

Believe greater is he that is in you than he that is in the world.

Did he say he is a Christian? I didn't see it in his writeup.
OP, you're already dining with the devil... whatever a man does he will reap ooo. Good or bad!
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by sammieking2017(m): 7:47pm On Jul 29
1Pet:2vs13 [NIV] says,
Who is going to harm you, if you are eager to do good?
OP the fist thing u need is total renewal of mind as you are yet to know who jesus is.
As you continue to dwell in sin and you are eager to do bad, the more chances you are to danger arena.
You can't continue in sin and expect the grace of God to abound towards your life. Never!
@OP know yourself as a sinner and ask for forgiveness, repent and never go back to your sins, whatch and be prayerful then abstain from all appearances of evil.
Leave the rest to God and continue your work as a legit.
Re: Juju Scare: Should I Quit My Job? by Brandonx(m): 7:48pm On Jul 29
writeprof:


Did he say he is a Christian? I didn't see it in his writeup.
OP, you're already dining with the devil... whatever a man does he will reap ooo. Good or bad!
Did you go through his post before coming @ me with your frustration? Didn't you read the last paragraph of his write up ? Or you just want to attack me tonight undecided

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