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Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 12:19pm On Sep 12
Miracle1991:
are you a permanent staff? Have you register for ippis?
Not a permanent staff
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 12:34pm On Sep 12
MediMedi:
Is there vacancy there
We need job
More importantly and appropriatetly good question!


But you would find that all the vacancies has already been filled with appointed family members and people who are willing and can afford to bribe their ways into the left over vacancies.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Epitectus: 12:35pm On Sep 12
I'm not from rivers though,but I must confess the airport is beautiful,so now,Buhari and co must do sumtin about the hike in the prices of fuel and foodstuff
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 12:37pm On Sep 12
Juliusmomoh:

Not a permanent staff
No difference they still have to pay you for services provided. it is illegal and morally wrong to witheld pay for services supplied by a worker. I don't know what planet nigerian government are operating on.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 12:44pm On Sep 12
AreaFada2:
They should please just provide enough chairs inside airport halls in Nigeria.

Let it be functional and comfortable with proper ventilation and AC then nick nack beautification can come later.
I wonder, last time i had wanted to sit down on a chair at the MMA lagos i was told that i cannot, that the chairs are for elderly people only. grin grin grin when i protested that it is discrimination i was told again that i should "have respect for elderly people and that here is not America or europe where you people are disrespecful" . grin grin i couldn't help but laugh even more.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 12:47pm On Sep 12
ABlAstate:
Very beautiful. This is truly an international airport and not that poultry farm they call airport in the shithole called Enugu. cheesy
If call Enugu Airport poutry farm then you haven't been to Owerri Airport. man alive! that place is rubbish.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 12:47pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
No difference they still have to pay you for services provided. it is illegal and morally wrong to witheld pay for services supplied by a worker. I don't know what planet nigerian government are operating on.
Nigeria government is the worst have ever seen..
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 12:52pm On Sep 12
Juliusmomoh:

Nigeria government is the worst have ever seen..
it's insanely unaccetable. but one question i ussually ask anyone who says that they are been owed for six months, 12 months or more is, Why didn't they quit the job the first 1 month or 2 that they didn't get paid? i mean, how can the survive? or how did they survive the 3,4, 5 or 6 months without pay? undecided


perhaps the reason they are owed for 6 months or more is because they were still turning up for work the first, second and third of the months they owed.

I don't get it!
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by jeriwap(m): 1:04pm On Sep 12
Slawormir:
Damnnnnn niggarrr
Beautiful
No doubt we are the real niggarrrs of Africa
We will continue to show those low budget asss Moda fuckkking noisy neighbors of ours called Ghana and south Africa that we are the real niggarrrs of Africa

Though i woke up on the right side of the bed....but the need to still dragg two or more tie of weed can not be over emphasized
Light up my weed...there is gonna be light at the end of my weed anyday anytime twice on Saturday


Like your style mate! Kudos cool
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 1:12pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
it's insanely unaccetable. but one question i ussually ask anyone who says that they are been owed for six months, 12 months or more is, Why didn't they quit the job the first 1 month or 2 that they didn't get paid? i mean, how can the survive? or how did they survive the 3,4, 5 or 6 months without pay? undecided


perhaps the reason they are owed for 6 months or more is because they were still turning up for work the first, second and third of the months they owed.

I don't get it!
Thank u, but i think u got it wrong.. the reason why some of us don't quit, not becos we can't quit o but If u should quit how sure are to have a new one again in ur country ?.... Dat is the reason nothing more
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by IronGalaxy: 1:17pm On Sep 12
Slawormir:
Damnnnnn niggarrr
Beautiful
No doubt we are the real niggarrrs of Africa
We will continue to show those low budget asss Moda fuckkking noisy neighbors of ours called Ghana and south Africa that we are the real niggarrrs of Africa

Though i woke up on the right side of the bed....but the need to still dragg two or more tie of weed can not be over emphasized
Light up my weed...there is gonna be light at the end of my weed anyday anytime twice on Saturday
Typical, A little overdue development for slumland over there you now have mouth to talk! You'll be glad to know this airport is bus station level in South Africa. Celebrate your achievements without throwing shade at other nations, we have no business with your sub-par airport.

Peace!

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Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 1:22pm On Sep 12
Juliusmomoh:

Thank u, but i think u got it wrong.. the reason why some of us don't quit, not becos we can't quit o but If u should quit how sure are to have a new one again in ur country ?.... Dat is the reason nothing more
I can understand not been sure of getting a new job but it is no different from not getting paid atall for the job you are in.

I would rather stay at home relax than waste the money i have on tranportations to travel to waste my energy on the job that i am not getting paid for. as i asked again, how do you people live, pay rent, eat, pay for other things including trasportation to work if you are not paid for atleast 2 to 3 months? it beats my imaginations.

pardon my curiosity, maybe because i have never exprienced this situation, if my employer don't pay me in the first month he/she better have a good reason for that otherwise they would end up paying 4 times the amount in compensations.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 1:41pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
I can understand not been sure of getting a new job but it is no different from not getting paid atall for the job you are in.

I would rather stay at home relax than waste the money i have on tranportations to travel to waste my energy on the job that i am not getting paid for. as i asked again, how do you people live, pay rent, eat, pay for other things including trasportation to work if you are not paid for atleast 2 to 3 months? it beats my imaginations.

pardon my curiosity, maybe because i have never exprienced this situation, if my employer don't pay me in the first month he/she better have a good reason for that otherwise they would end up paying 4 times the amount in compensations.
Well to answer this, u need to know how nigeria government works.. See, if u try quiting your 'hard to get' job just becos of one month salary delayance, u will be replace immediatly with their illitrate brother or friend who don't even know what is called UNIVERSITY...
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 1:43pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
I can understand not been sure of getting a new job but it is no different from not getting paid atall for the job you are in.

I would rather stay at home relax than waste the money i have on tranportations to travel to waste my energy on the job that i am not getting paid for. as i asked again, how do you people live, pay rent, eat, pay for other things including trasportation to work if you are not paid for atleast 2 to 3 months? it beats my imaginations.

pardon my curiosity, maybe because i have never exprienced this situation, if my employer don't pay me in the first month he/she better have a good reason for that otherwise they would end up paying 4 times the amount in compensations.
Well as 4 me, i live doing side hussle after school..
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Sleekfingers: 2:03pm On Sep 12
iamakbar:
For travelers through the Port Harcourt International Airport, it is a whole new experience as they get to experience the airport like never before, all thanks to the collaborative efforts of FAAN, China Civil Engineering and, Spacefinish.

In 2019, FAAN consulted Spacefinish, a Nigerian design company to help design and fit-out both the new Port Harcourt and the Lagos international airports as part of its effort to redefine the experience of travelers passing through its international airports across the country. Spacefinish is known for the design of some of the continent’s most iconic workspaces like the first ever Google Developer Space in Africa, PwC Experience Centre, Andela’s Epic Tower amongst others.

According to the design team, “some of the questions posed at the beginning of the project is how do we tell rich stories of Port Harcourt and River state and how do we leave a lasting impression on the minds of travelers?”

"Port Harcourt is a beautiful city that has had its share of negative media attention. So we thought of ways to bring together different iconic parts of the city to create a unifying theme of the Garden City which Port Harcourt has always been called.”
In the mural, you’ll see the Mile One market with its colorful umbrellas, the people of Port Harcourt with their resplendent attires, and the greenery of the land, all reemphasizing Port Harcourt as the Garden City.

Opposite the Garden City mural is the Fish-Woman - a celebration of the rich and diverse cultures of Rivers State. Rivers State has over 10 ethnic groups that have co-existed peacefully for centuries, sharing a common interest in fishing as a favorite pastime. This mural at the Departure Lounge pays homage to this inherent reality.

The Floating Fisherman, one of Nigeria’s largest art installations ever, overlooks the executive lounge of the airport. The art installation is suspended 20ft in the air featuring over 700 canoe paddles, 3 lifesize boats, a 9ft fisherman casting a fishing net the size of a volleyball court, and a school of fishes swimming with a 20ft silver shark. The installation mirrors real sea life and it is an allusion to a favorite pastime of Riverians which is fishing.

[i]The Towering Boat [/i]is an exaggerated life-sized boat that celebrates a lifestyle predominant in Rivers State. The boat also serves as a thoroughfare in the Departure terminal of the airport, and also a temporary seating area with movable furniture provided around its perimeter.

Airports are sometimes the first and last points of contact for travelers and Spacefinish has ensured that travelers through the Port Harcourt airport have something of the city to take along as with them as they travel. The design company is also currently working on the Lagos International Airport and is expected to deliver yet another masterpiece project very soon.





na only these sections dey for the airport?
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Basher8583: 3:23pm On Sep 12
Kennitrust:
i'm not asking you for help.

if there must be help, let it come as a general given to all Nigerian... The woe of this government is visible to the blind.

Well then continue wailing since you are not proud enough to even mention your source of income that is being frustrated.

To wail just dey hungry you
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by BLAISECAMPAORE: 3:32pm On Sep 12
MyFlair:

It is obvious you are under 50% in English comprehension

Under 50% of what?

You're incoherent.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 3:45pm On Sep 12
Juliusmomoh:

Well as 4 me, i live doing side hussle after school..
aaaa! exactly! cheesy so why not stay with the hustle full time you might aswel since the job isn't paying?
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 3:48pm On Sep 12
Juliusmomoh:

Well to answer this, u need to know how nigeria government works.. See, if u try quiting your 'hard to get' job just becos of one month salary delayance, u will be replace immediatly with their illitrate brother or friend who don't even know what is called UNIVERSITY...
Well.. they are going to keep owing then, if this is how you view it, if they see that they can replace people fast they will keep owing every body including the replacements.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 4:15pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
aaaa! exactly! cheesy so why not stay with the hustle full time you might aswel since the job isn't paying?
We are just hope maybe one day god we anwser our request.. #thank u
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 4:21pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
Well.. they are going to keep owing then, if this is how you view it, if they see that they can replace people fast they will keep owing every body including the replacements.
Now u understand the tactis..
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 4:27pm On Sep 12
Juliusmomoh:

We are just hope maybe one day god we anwser our request.. #thank u
Good luck!
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by AreaFada2: 6:11pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
I wonder, last time i had wanted to sit down on a chair at the MMA lagos i was told that i cannot, that the chairs are for elderly people only. grin grin grin when i protested that it is discrimination i was told again that i should "have respect for elderly people and that here is not America or europe where you people are disrespecful" . grin grin i couldn't help but laugh even more.
grin cheesy
Very funny and hypocritical people Na im full 9ja.

We claim to respect people yet pension for the lucky few is not paid on time, no free health and social care, children and rent is pension for 99% of elderly people, oyinbo give free public transport for most elderly people, etc.

Yet oyinbo we claim no respect oyinbo ensure their aged have dignity and care in old age. No guessing which I'd prefer any day.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by Juliusmomoh(m): 6:22pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
Good luck!
Amen o bro
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 6:38pm On Sep 12
AreaFada2:

grin cheesy
Very funny and hypocritical people Na im full 9ja.

We claim to respect people yet pension for the lucky few is not paid on time, no free health and social care, children and rent is pension for 99% of elderly people, oyinbo give free public transport for most elderly people, etc.

Yet oyinbo we claim no respect oyinbo ensure their aged have dignity and care in old age. No guessing which I'd prefer any day.
Absolutely! in nigeria they reserve airport seats for the elderly rather than provide them with all the good things you mentioned above. grin grin grin I would rather be a disrespected old man in here in England than an old man in nigeria with nothing only airport seat reservations. how many nigerian elderly goes to MMA or even travels through the airport?
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by YEBOmadiba: 6:39pm On Sep 12
IronGalaxy:
Typical, A little overdue development for slumland over there you now have mouth to talk! You'll be glad to know this airport is bus station level in South Africa. Celebrate your achievements without throwing shade at other nations, we have no business with your sub-par airport.

Peace!

My gosh South Africa builds new world class infrastructure everyday but we don't rub it in other countries faces. Can't he celebrate his successes without pulling others down. Now that he's brought us into this I'm glad you skooled him his airport is like old Park Station in Johannesburg for local trains.

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Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by COMPAQ(m): 6:40pm On Sep 12
Slawormir:
Damnnnnn niggarrr
Beautiful
No doubt we are the real niggarrrs of Africa
We will continue to show those low budget asss Moda fuckkking noisy neighbors of ours called Ghana and south Africa that we are the real niggarrrs of Africa

Though i woke up on the right side of the bed....but the need to still dragg two or more tie of weed can not be over emphasized
Light up my weed...there is gonna be light at the end of my weed anyday anytime twice on Saturday

Unfortunately we ain't no niggarz nothing. In 5 years come back and look at this airport and then go look at OR Tambo in Johannesburg or kotoka and tell me which one looks better.

Like we always say, we still lack maintenance mindset.

The only thing that will save these airports is if they are concessioned.

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Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by MemoriesAndMe: 6:43pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
well.. that's fine but i don't think they would ever make you miss a flight they cannot be that cruel or desparate.

As for your friend it doesn't matter how one dresses they would still find out that one can atleast afford to "dash" out 5k naira. grin like you said when they see another countries passport in your possession, Do you know that you can still travel back to the US with your left over nairas you use them next time depending on how often you travel, even if you don't travel to nigeria that often. you don't have to empty your wallet of all the nairas before your depature, i still have atleast 55k naira in my luggage over here, i will use them this december in nigeria. use them at the airport, to pay for food, local flight or even drinks, hotel room, recharge cards, anything.

grin grin grin@ oga! give me my money back.

seriously try and ignore them next time.
Yes I knew I could come over with my left over nairas. I did a few times and ended up sharing some of the nairas with some American friends. A few of them talked about how ugly they thought our heroes looked on dem notes and I told them the heroes look much uglier on dem dollar notes too. Like u already know, all many of them have seen their entire lives are currencies they see every day. Seeing something from a different nation like many exposed Nigerians have seen is a mystery to them. Are you in the US? Im in ATL.
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 6:48pm On Sep 12
MemoriesAndMe:

Yes I knew I could come over with my left over nairas. I did a few times and ended up sharing some of the nairas with some American friends. A few of them talked about how ugly they thought our heroes looked on dem notes and I told them the heroes look much uglier on dem dollar notes too. Like u already know, all many of them have seen their entire lives are currencies they see every day. Seeing something from a different nation like many exposed Nigerians have seen is a mystery to them. Are you in the US? Im in ATL.
Oh! okay, cheesy cheesy








NO! i am in England UK right now.

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Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by AreaFada2: 7:12pm On Sep 12
gypsey:
Absolutely! in nigeria they reserve airport seats for the elderly rather than provide them with all the good things you mentioned above. grin grin grin I would rather be a disrespected old man in here in England than an old man in nigeria with nothing only airport seat reservations. how many nigerian elderly goes to MMA or even travels through the airport?

98% of elderly people in 9ja will only see an aeroplane flying by in the sky until they die.

Airport seats are for the privileged elderly. Only diaspora people inviting their parents abroad even make some normal elderly people ever see an airport.

We like sentiments and style, but no substance. grin cheesy
Re: Pictures Of Port Harcourt International Airport by gypsey(m): 8:14pm On Sep 12
AreaFada2:


98% of elderly people in 9ja will only see an aeroplane flying by in the sky until they die.

Airport seats are for the privileged elderly. Only diaspora people inviting their parents abroad even make some normal elderly people ever see an airport.

We like sentiments and style, but no substance. grin cheesy
Absolutely!! grin

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