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Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by bizzibodi(m): 1:08pm On Sep 13
How shameful for me if I am a PhD holder without job,I cannot think outside d box to create job for myself & others,then my thinking faculty is a waste....PhD in reading cry cry cry cry cry
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by trutht828: 2:15pm On Sep 13
maasoap:


Has anyone called you a scammer because it's very wrong to make argument on behalf of others if no one has ever called you a scammer. We all know too well online scammers far outnumbered genuine online hustlers, that's like ratio 20:1

I am writing from personal experience.

Please, kindly show me the result of your findings that showed that online scammers: genuine online hustlers is ratio 20:1
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 2:50pm On Sep 13
trutht828:


I am writing from personal experience.

Please, kindly show me the result of your findings that showed that online scammers: genuine online hustlers is ratio 20:1

I was even conservative with that ratio, online scammers is like ratio 100:1 to genuine online hustlers in Nigeria! Don't look like you're surprised.
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by trutht828: 4:14pm On Sep 13
maasoap:


I was even conservative with that ratio, online scammers is like ratio 100:1 to genuine online hustlers in Nigeria! Don't look like you're surprised.

Produce your evidence. Don't just manufacture numbers. Where is the evidence to back this claim up?

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Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by Yeyenairaland(m): 5:45pm On Sep 13
maasoap:


Bornfool!

You already know who are fools



As your whole family assumed that someone like BUHARI can do anything worthwhile as Nigerian president hence you supported and voted him in 2015


grin grin grin grin
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by eeetuk(m): 9:16pm On Sep 13
Hi Slydog:
You said: “This your solution is not easy o, I wonder what restaurant did to you to deserve this. Will closing down restaurants & having a "national policy" on those sectors generate employment for the teeming millions? I need to understand the rationale behind your solution”


Let me explain:
Restaurant is classified as a small business and one of the most important engines that drives economic growth in the society and creates jobs for locals. According to 2012 business report by the small business administration in USA, small business-like restaurant comprised 99.7% of US employer firms.

People who work in restaurants keep money earned in their communities. They shop in local stores, shoes stores, barber shop, groceries stores. When people spend money, it provides jobs opportunities for others.

Restaurants pay taxes to the government. People who work at the restaurant pay taxes to the government. People who eat at the restaurants also pay taxes. These taxes generate revenues to the government—allowing government to hire people to work

On the other hand, restaurant workers spend their wages to buy personal items like shoes, clothes, etc. That creates jobs for locals and generates revenues for other business to help them to hire others to work.

now, this kind of business does not work in Nigeria because every tribe in Nigeria has their own food. For an example, in Nigeria, you have Ibo food restaurant, Yoruba food restaurant, Hausa food restaurant, Ibibio food restaurant, Ijaw food restaurant----making it difficult for employees of these restaurants to transfer their skills to restaurants not designed to feed people from another tribe.


I propose national policy not just on restaurants business but all other private sector businesses because it will allow businesses to be located anywhere in Nigeria instead of a particular tribe. That means if you know how to cook Yoruba food, you have skill to cook Ibibio food. And that is job opportunity.

Why is operation of restaurant business work for people America, Europe and Asian countries, not people in Nigeria?

The short answer is Nigerian government officials run government services not on policy, but whatever gets into their mind. That is a recipe for disaster. You are witnessing it in Nigeria today.
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by tensazangetsu20(m): 9:25pm On Sep 13
eeetuk:
Hi Slydog:
You said: “This your solution is not easy o, I wonder what restaurant did to you to deserve this. Will closing down restaurants & having a "national policy" on those sectors generate employment for the teeming millions? I need to understand the rationale behind your solution”


Let me explain:
Restaurant is classified as a small business and one of the most important engines that drives economic growth in the society and creates jobs for locals. According to 2012 business report by the small business administration in USA, small business-like restaurant comprised 99.7% of US employer firms.

People who work in restaurants keep money earned in their communities. They shop in local stores, shoes stores, barber shop, groceries stores. When people spend money, it provides jobs opportunities for others.

Restaurants pay taxes to the government. People who work at the restaurant pay taxes to the government. People who eat at the restaurants also pay taxes. These taxes generate revenues to the government—allowing government to hire people to work

On the other hand, restaurant workers spend their wages to buy personal items like shoes, clothes, etc. That creates jobs for locals and generates revenues for other business to help them to hire others to work.

now, this kind of business does not work in Nigeria because every tribe in Nigeria has their own food. For an example, in Nigeria, you have Ibo food restaurant, Yoruba food restaurant, Hausa food restaurant, Ibibio food restaurant, Ijaw food restaurant----making it difficult for employees of these restaurants to transfer their skills to restaurants not designed to feed people from another tribe.


I propose national policy not just on restaurants business but all other private sector businesses because it will allow businesses to be located anywhere in Nigeria instead of a particular tribe. That means if you know how to cook Yoruba food, you have skill to cook Ibibio food. And that is job opportunity.

Why is operation of restaurant business work for people America, Europe and Asian countries, not people in Nigeria?

The short answer is Nigerian government officials run government services not on policy, but whatever gets into their mind. That is a recipe for disaster. You are witnessing it in Nigeria today.
You do realise in the USA there are indian restaurants that cook strictly Indian food, Mexican restaurants that cook strictly Mexican and Chinese restaurants that cook strictly Chinese. Food is a fundamental part of culture.
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by slydog(m): 10:30pm On Sep 13
tensazangetsu20:

You do realise in the USA there are indian restaurants that cook strictly Indian food, Mexican restaurants that cook strictly Mexican and Chinese restaurants that cook strictly Chinese. Food is a fundamental part of culture.
And Nigerian restaurants in Canada too, dealing on strictly Nigerian delicacies

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Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by slydog(m): 11:14pm On Sep 13
eeetuk:
Hi Slydog:
You said: “This your solution is not easy o, I wonder what restaurant did to you to deserve this. Will closing down restaurants & having a "national policy" on those sectors generate employment for the teeming millions? I need to understand the rationale behind your solution”


Let me explain:
Restaurant is classified as a small business and one of the most important engines that drives economic growth in the society and creates jobs for locals. According to 2012 business report by the small business administration in USA, small business-like restaurant comprised 99.7% of US employer firms.

People who work in restaurants keep money earned in their communities. They shop in local stores, shoes stores, barber shop, groceries stores. When people spend money, it provides jobs opportunities for others.

Restaurants pay taxes to the government. People who work at the restaurant pay taxes to the government. People who eat at the restaurants also pay taxes. These taxes generate revenues to the government—allowing government to hire people to work

On the other hand, restaurant workers spend their wages to buy personal items like shoes, clothes, etc. That creates jobs for locals and generates revenues for other business to help them to hire others to work.

now, this kind of business does not work in Nigeria because every tribe in Nigeria has their own food. For an example, in Nigeria, you have Ibo food restaurant, Yoruba food restaurant, Hausa food restaurant, Ibibio food restaurant, Ijaw food restaurant----making it difficult for employees of these restaurants to transfer their skills to restaurants not designed to feed people from another tribe.


I propose national policy not just on restaurants business but all other private sector businesses because it will allow businesses to be located anywhere in Nigeria instead of a particular tribe. That means if you know how to cook Yoruba food, you have skill to cook Ibibio food. And that is job opportunity.

Why is operation of restaurant business work for people America, Europe and Asian countries, not people in Nigeria?

The short answer is Nigerian government officials run government services not on policy, but whatever gets into their mind. That is a recipe for disaster. You are witnessing it in Nigeria today.

An impressive line of reasoning, yes we need policies for sme and sectors that generate substantial multiplier effect, however there are things you cannot legislate. If I HV the resources to set up my restaurant in my village, inhabited by my own tribe, I doubt you can legislate me by law or policy into preparing delicacies of other tribes not adequately represented within my area of influence.
In economics, there is what is called comparative advantage, man as a rational and Economic being engaged in business wherein he is hopeful of making maximum returns.
Like I said, nice line of reasoning, keep thinking and refining your thoughts
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by eeetuk(m): 12:02am On Sep 14
tensazangetsu20: “You do realize in the USA there are indian restaurants that cook strictly Indian food, Mexican restaurants that cook strictly Mexican and Chinese restaurants that cook strictly Chinese. Food is a fundamental part of culture.”

True—you are right.
I ate in an Egyptian restaurant last Night—here in US. I saw 5 waitresses. That number excludes the cooks. Believe me, some of them are college graduates. Minimum take home a day for these restaurant workers is $100 plus tips. These waitresses dress well and drive expensive cars.

The different between restaurants in western countries and Nigeria is wages in Nigeria are too low. That discourages people from patronizing restaurant jobs. It also discourages investors from coming to Nigeria to open up business.

Cnnews is an American television news network. On August 3, 2020 its market place segment on Africa reported that a south Africa business store in Nigeria---Shoprite is closing its operation and leaving Nigeria because wages paid to workers is too low.

So, higher minimum wage in Nigeria must be made compatible to those in America, Europe, and Asian nations if Nigeria is to improve hiring prospect at home.

This will only work if the government of Nigeria hires policy people to be ministers and corporate managers.

I took my time to examine the qualifications of Nigerian ministers servicing in Buhari government. I was stunned to notice that not a single one of them is a policy person.

No more college professors as ministers. Business owners should be ministers and corporate managers in Nigerian government. Business owners know how to make things work because they have gone through it before.
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by tensazangetsu20(m): 12:08am On Sep 14
eeetuk:
tensazangetsu20: “You do realize in the USA there are indian restaurants that cook strictly Indian food, Mexican restaurants that cook strictly Mexican and Chinese restaurants that cook strictly Chinese. Food is a fundamental part of culture.”

True—you are right.
I ate in an Egyptian restaurant last Night—here in US. I saw 5 waitresses. That number excludes the cooks. Believe me, some of them are college graduates. Minimum take home a day for these restaurant workers is $100 plus tips. These waitresses dress well and drive expensive cars.

The different between restaurants in western countries and Nigeria is wages in Nigeria are too low. That discourages people from patronizing restaurant jobs. It also discourages investors from coming to Nigeria to open up business.

Cnnews is an American television news network. On August 3, 2020 its market place segment on Africa reported that a south Africa business store in Nigeria---Shoprite is closing its operation and leaving Nigeria because wages paid to workers is too low.

So, higher minimum wage in Nigeria must be made compatible to those in America, Europe, and Asian nations if Nigeria is to improve hiring prospect at home.

This will only work if the government of Nigeria hires policy people to be ministers and corporate managers.

I took my time to examine the qualifications of Nigerian ministers servicing in Buhari government. I was stunned to notice that not a single one of them is a policy person.

No more college professors as ministers. Business owners should be ministers and corporate managers in Nigerian government. Business owners know how to make things work because they have gone through it before.
Wages in Nigeria will never be the same as the USA not with the kind of policies implemented. Nigeria is heading to Somali status.
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 7:15am On Sep 14
Yeyenairaland:


You already know who are fools



As your whole family assumed that someone like BUHARI can do anything worthwhile as Nigerian president hence you supported and voted him in 2015


grin grin grin grin

The fools are the ones who think that they know better than others thereby refusing to respect the democratic choices made by the others who happened to be majority. People like you shouldn't be near anywhere democracy is being practised. Have you queued for fuel this year?
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 7:17am On Sep 14
trutht828:


Produce your evidence. Don't just manufacture numbers. Where is the evidence to back this claim up?

The evidence is there for all to see. I look around, all I could see are online scammers and fraudsters, still trying to see just only one legit among them. I'm not even sure about you anymore
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by Carmal90(m): 7:17am On Sep 14
maasoap:


The fools are the ones who think that they know better than others thereby refusing to respect the democratic choices made by the others who happened to be majority. People like you shouldn't be near anywhere democracy is being practised. Have you queued for fuel this year?

Lol..
Joker
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by Yeyenairaland(m): 8:41am On Sep 14
maasoap:


The fools are the ones who think that they know better than others thereby refusing to respect the democratic choices made by the others who happened to be majority. People like you shouldn't be near anywhere democracy is being practised. Have you queued for fuel this year?


SLAVES ARE BOUND TO REMAIN SLAVES!
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 1:41pm On Sep 14
Yeyenairaland:



SLAVES ARE BOUND TO REMAIN SLAVES!

I'm sure that people like you would prefer what you are looking at below. Mtcheeew!

Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by trutht828: 2:05pm On Sep 14
maasoap:


The evidence is there for all to see. I look around, all I could see are online scammers and fraudsters, still trying to see just only one legit among them. I'm not even sure about you anymore

Since that evidence is there for "all" to see, you shouldn't have problem finding it and posting it here, should you?
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by Yeyenairaland(m): 2:43pm On Sep 14
maasoap:


I'm sure that people like you would prefer what you are looking at below. Mtcheeew!

I can't save you from your SLAVERY


It's generational
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 4:25pm On Sep 14
Yeyenairaland:


I can't save you from your SLAVERY


It's generational

Let me help you out of your misery. You're out of rational thing to say, you have no logical thing to say to counter my position. Yeah! Loser
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 4:31pm On Sep 14
trutht828:


Since that evidence is there for "all" to see, you shouldn't have problem finding it and posting it here, should you?


Even if there are few legit online hustlers, you can't be one of them

Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by Yeyenairaland(m): 6:29pm On Sep 14
maasoap:


Let me help you out of your misery. You're out of rational thing to say, you have no logical thing to say to counter my position. Yeah! Loser


Yea

SLAVES GENERATION


You're just a sleeping DOG...
I will let you lie grin grin

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Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by trutht828: 6:52pm On Sep 14
maasoap:


Even if there are few legit online hustlers, you can't be one of them


You just went to school, but education doesn't seem to have any positive impact on your life. You are as dumb as any of the illiterate on the street.
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by freeborn02: 7:00pm On Sep 14
maasoap:


Even if there are few legit online hustlers, you can't be one of them


The comment you made above is a sign of foolishness. How can you just be passing judgement on someone you don't know? What evidence do you have? Do you know that comment alone can land you into a libel case, a case that will cause sorrow to your family?

Haven't you noticed that many people here agree that you are a fool? Everyone keeps calling you a fool. Shouldn't that tempt you to want to change your dumb manners?
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by seanwilliam(m): 4:45am On Sep 15
Carmal90:


He should source for capital from heaven shey??
Some people are so daft..wetin cost him to tell the guy how to go about sourcing capital.. naija sha..some people would appear to you as helper just like when u fall into pit and someone stretching hands to reach u( whereas there is ladder beside the helper but he wouldn't use it..and u inside the pit would be thinking that he wanted to help) .. knowing fully well the helper hand cant reach u... dont mind the guy
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by uthlaw(m): 5:04am On Sep 15
sulaak:

Going to school is solving the illiteracy problems in Nigeria.
how?
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 6:38am On Sep 15
freeborn02:



The comment you made above is a sign of foolishness. How can you just be passing judgement on someone you don't know? What evidence do you have? Do you know that comment alone can land you into a libel case, a case that will cause sorrow to your family?

Haven't you noticed that many people here agree that you are a fool? Everyone keeps calling you a fool.
Shouldn't that tempt you to want to change your dumb manners?


Why I'm not surprised at your outburst? Because many of you are nothing but online fraudsters. Turning a blind eyes to the ills of the society doesn't mean that the problem is not there. Do you even have a family? Many of you always run away from the family, just to be free of family prying eyes and good advice.
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 6:40am On Sep 15
trutht828:

You just went to school, but education doesn't seem to have any positive impact on your life. You are as dumb as any of the illiterate on the street.

Lol. They're showing their faces, one by one. Names calling means nothing. Look back, that's a karma following and catching up with you. Solve your useless rants up your ass
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 6:41am On Sep 15
Yeyenairaland:

Yea
SLAVES GENERATION
You're just a sleeping DOG...
I will let you lie grin grin

You're appear to me more like a robot, programmed to repeat things
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by maasoap(m): 6:57am On Sep 15
trutht828
freeborn02

https://www.nairaland.com/6119082/efcc-arrests-two-lecturers-28

Latest about your fellow online hustlers. Lol
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by Yeyenairaland(m): 8:57am On Sep 15
maasoap:


You're appear to me more like a robot, programmed to repeat things

A properly programed robot with freedom is way more better than a SLAVE tongue
Re: Nigerians With Advanced Degrees But Without Jobs by freeborn02: 1:13pm On Sep 15
maasoap:
trutht828
freeborn02

https://www.nairaland.com/6119082/efcc-arrests-two-lecturers-28

Latest about your fellow online hustlers. Lol

It's strange how you make a joke about your Stupidity.

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