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My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Bloghomies(m): 11:10pm On Sep 30, 2020
I don't often comment on politics. In fact, I try to desist from it, since it inevitably forces me to choose a side.

As a businessman, that is something I don't do. I have to serve customers irrespective of their political beliefs.

Tomorrow being Nigeria's Independence Day, I reasoned that I need to put up some decoration to key our customers into the season.

Would you believe that I went to the market, and I couldn't find any green and white material, flag, scarf, or anything at all that one can use for the independence celebration?

I had to buy one yard of green and a white material, and send it to my tailor to sew a flag. Yet, the market was full, busy, but no material or accessory to key into this monumental day?

Nigeria has failed the average Nigerian, and it is written in all our faces. Irrespective of which party you support, you know, deep down, we've been cheated.

A moment that should bring celebration looks like a gloomy, scary jungle where everyone is hunting for their next meal.

But no matter what happens, play your part, be good. If your dream job isn't coming, start a business.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Vulcanheph(m): 11:14pm On Sep 30, 2020
Truer words have never been spoken..... Our leaders killed the patriotism in me a long time ago.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by budaatum: 11:16pm On Sep 30, 2020
Bloghomies:
I don't often comment on politics. In fact, I try to desist from it, since it inevitably forces me to choose a side.

As a businessman, that is something I don't do. I have to serve customers irrespective of their political beliefs.

Tomorrow being Nigeria's Independence Day, I reasoned that I need to put up some decoration to key our customers into the season.

Would you believe that I went to the market, and I couldn't find any green and white material, flag, scarf, or anything at all that one can use for the independence celebration?

I had to buy one yard of green and a white material, and send it to my tailor to sew a flag. Yet, the market was full, busy, but no material or accessory to key into this monument day?

Nigeria has failed the average Nigerian, and it is written in all our faces. Irrespective of which party you support, you know, deep down, we've been cheated.

A moment that should bring celebration looks like a gloomy, scary jungle where everyone is hunting for their next meal.

But no matter what happens, play your part, be good. If your dream job isn't coming, start a business.
Nigeria has not failed here! A businessman has just failed to take advantage of a business opportunity!

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by culf: 11:17pm On Sep 30, 2020
May God help us and safe our country Nigeria

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Fash20: 11:19pm On Sep 30, 2020
What is Nigeria celebrating?
Being the poverty capital of the world and being 3rd most dangerous country.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Fash20: 11:21pm On Sep 30, 2020
budaatum:

Nigeria has not failed here! A businessman has just failed to take advantage of a business opportunity!

Selling Nigerian flag is a business opportunity?

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Bloghomies(m): 11:22pm On Sep 30, 2020
budaatum:

Nigeria has not failed here! A businessman has just failed to take advantage of a business opportunity!

If the supply of a product is low or zero, the only logical reason in this scenario is the lack of demand.

Just as coronavirus opened up a new market of a nose mask, the same way that seasons like this impact on business - like Christmas!

People lack the patriotic spirit, hence there were no buzz, reminders, preparation, or pre-orders of decorative wears.

This lead to the pathetic state of the current market. The day is not being recognized by both consumers and producers. It's a red sign!

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Lucremoy(m): 11:22pm On Sep 30, 2020
angry angry
Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by poshestmina(f): 11:26pm On Sep 30, 2020
So bad!

We should celebrate the epileptic power supply!
We should create Insecurity!
We should celebrate unemployment and constant mass retrenchments!
We should celebrate Sarz and all "security operatives" and their ruthless killings!
We should celebrate Boko Haram and highway broad day light killings and massacres!
We should celebrate becoming one of the poorest countries in the world!


We ought to! angry celebrate finally making it to the World terrorists countries list as the 3rd position.
Such a great feat!!!

Truth is ,most Nigerians (including myself) are tired .

angry angry angry angry angry.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by southniyikaye(m): 11:29pm On Sep 30, 2020
I was on a bike yesterday and the traffic warden stopped everyone so that a patrol team could pass. The aboki riding the bike I was on tried to manouver and he 90% put me in front of the patrol vehicle.
I told him to stop that I wasn't going again and he said I must pay him that whatever happened was a mistake.
I told him I ain't paying a dime and he said he was going to fight me and he was already putting his hands behind his clothes.
Meanwhile, the idiot traffic warden were there and they pretend as if nothing is happening.
The confidence with which the hausa man said he will kill me and nothing will happen was mind boggling.
Buhari has given these people so much power that they believe they can commit any crime and go scot free. I paid him and let him leave and he was still cursing me and threatening me at the same time....
I value my life so I let it slide.
You see, a country where cow's life is more valuable than human life, where some certain people believe they can do whatever they want and go scot free is not worth celebrating.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by FarahAideed: 11:32pm On Sep 30, 2020
So you want to sew flag for NIGERIA? grin grin grin

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by dollytino4real(f): 11:37pm On Sep 30, 2020
thanks 4 dat side of start a business, for 3 days now I 've been searching for green tops and white trousers for my kids brother i did not see good one to buy. the seller's even laughed at me for saying because of Oct 1st. we winners we always pray for Nigeria.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Conner44: 11:47pm On Sep 30, 2020
Op Abeg if you’ve finished with the green and white give me the remaining yards.

I fit take am sow boxers angry

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Freestainworld(m): 12:10am On Oct 01, 2020
SARs never slap you, that is why you are still looking for Green, white ,Green

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by SUFFERInSMILIIN(f): 12:18am On Oct 01, 2020
Bloghomies:
I don't often comment on politics. In fact, I try to desist from it, since it inevitably forces me to choose a side.

As a businessman, that is something I don't do. I have to serve customers irrespective of their political beliefs.

Tomorrow being Nigeria's Independence Day, I reasoned that I need to put up some decoration to key our customers into the season.

Would you believe that I went to the market, and I couldn't find any green and white material, flag, scarf, or anything at all that one can use for the independence celebration?

I had to buy one yard of green and a white material, and send it to my tailor to sew a flag. Yet, the market was full, busy, but no material or accessory to key into this monumental day?

Nigeria has failed the average Nigerian, and it is written in all our faces. Irrespective of which party you support, you know, deep down, we've been cheated.

A moment that should bring celebration looks like a gloomy, scary jungle where everyone is hunting for their next meal.

But no matter what happens, play your part, be good. If your dream job isn't coming, start a business.

The people are stupid they are the ones which destroyed the country themselves
Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by WhizdomXX(m): 12:22am On Oct 01, 2020
I'm sure you went to a market in the South. Here in K... they're all celebrating. Laughs. IYKYK.
Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by budaatum: 12:57am On Oct 01, 2020
Bloghomies:

If the supply of a product is low or zero, the only logical reason in this scenario is the lack of demand.
If?

If the supply of a product is low or zero, its because no one has bothered to do supply juju.

Bloghomies:
Just as coronavirus opened up a new market of a nose mask, the same way that seasons like this impact on business - like Christmas!.
Which an astute businessman sees as it opens and takes position to profit.

Bloghomies:
People lack the patriotic spirit, hence there were no buzz, reminders, preparation, or pre-orders of decorative wears..
This is fuzzy. First, there's nothing called 'people'. There are only businessman and consumers. And there's nothing called 'patriotic spirit' unless someone goes an inspirits patriotism in
people. A 'patriotic spirit' does not just fall on people as they mindlessly walk down the street.

Businessman does supply juju to scarce product then does a juju called marketing to create "buzz, reminders, preparation, or pre-orders of decorative wears" which then creates demand which businessman books as profit.

Bloghomies:
This lead to the pathetic state of the current market. The day is not being recognized by both consumers and producers. It's a red sign!
I agree that your version "leads to the pathetic state of the current market". If only I was a businessperson.

Please, if you don't mind. If we start the patriotic spirit business juju in say April 2021 it will be ready by October 1 2021, so make a note in a diary. buda.
Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Nobody: 1:00am On Oct 01, 2020
I’ll agree with you and chide you one on small part; nobody should start a business owing to an inability to find a job.

I strongly recommend entrepreneurship for that person who wants innovation, independence, and can beat their own path in life. Not for who is unable to find a job.
Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by jrjfjfj: 2:34am On Oct 01, 2020
What is there to celebrate
$1=N400
Bad Roads
Erratic and unstable power supply
Increase in fuel price
Brutal police killings
Terrorism,banditry,boko haram
economic hardship, crashed economy
Hunger
Bribery and corruption
Tribalism
Nepotism
Favoritism
Injustice
Bad economy
Bad leaders since 1960,since the whites left us
Arm robbery,kidnapping,prostitution
Bad international image and reputation
Lack of good drinking water
Chronic poverty
No free education
Bigotry
Lack of infrastructures
Owing salaries of pensioners and civil servants
Bad healthcare system
No freedom of speech
Religious extremism
Over dependence on oil since 1958.We are not independent we just changed our oppressors from whites to black .what a shame for the supposed giant of a africa being turned to the ant of africa,suffering and smiling. Some people still believe in this shithole but A fool at 60 is an eternal fool,No remedy.Happy suffering day

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by JoshOxborn: 3:13am On Oct 01, 2020
I been dey curse Nigeria everyday coz this independence day Buhari don use him bad luck kill every speck of patriotism.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by 4four(m): 3:18am On Oct 01, 2020
Who Nigeria help, pls make una shift with that una good for nothing thing una they called conetree

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Dominion202: 3:31am On Oct 01, 2020
No matter what I will surely make it.
God will change my story for good in the same country just like that of LAYCON.
Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Larryfest(m): 3:56am On Oct 01, 2020
I don't have anything else to do with the little cash I have left on me na to dey waka about looking for green white green remain

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by egopersonified(f): 4:11am On Oct 01, 2020
And some people were using trumpets to make noise yesterday to advertise their independence wears. Maybe you went to the wrong section of the market.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by Access003(m): 4:24am On Oct 01, 2020
We've seen how Nigerians have made us proud across the globe. Though, the sad reality is that we're divided along ethno-religious line due to our inhumane leaders which corrolates our comments on media platforms. We might not be where we ought to be, but we're not where we used to be. Lets see ourselves as one indivisible nation. I reiterates my belief in the entity called NIGERIA. Happy National Day, Nigerians! #60YearsOfNationhood

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by whirlwind7(m): 5:17am On Oct 01, 2020
budaatum:

Nigeria has not failed here! A businessman has just failed to take advantage of a business opportunity!

Silly talk.
There has got to be a demand for a product before you jump in to bridge the gap.

So, why not take advantage of it then, if you are convinced it will be a brisk business?

Order for a truckload of the flag and see how many people will ask you about the price, much less buy.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by JimmyDarmody: 5:21am On Oct 01, 2020
Bloghomies:

Nigeria has failed the average Nigerian, and it is written in all our faces. Irrespective of which party you support, you know, deep down, we've been cheated.

.
You deserve a medal for these words.

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by sammysmiles(m): 5:24am On Oct 01, 2020
Nigerians have forgotten they are Nigerians.... An average Nigerian may not even say I love Nigeria or I am a Nigerian for a whole year...

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by BIGGESThead6: 5:27am On Oct 01, 2020
Bloghomies:
I don't often comment on politics. In fact, I try to desist from it, since it inevitably forces me to choose a side.

As a businessman, that is something I don't do. I have to serve customers irrespective of their political beliefs.

Tomorrow being Nigeria's Independence Day, I reasoned that I need to put up some decoration to key our customers into the season.

Would you believe that I went to the market, and I couldn't find any green and white material, flag, scarf, or anything at all that one can use for the independence celebration?

I had to buy one yard of green and a white material, and send it to my tailor to sew a flag. Yet, the market was full, busy, but no material or accessory to key into this monumental day?

Nigeria has failed the average Nigerian, and it is written in all our faces. Irrespective of which party you support, you know, deep down, we've been cheated.

A moment that should bring celebration looks like a gloomy, scary jungle where everyone is hunting for their next meal.

But no matter what happens, play your part, be good. If your dream job isn't coming, start a business.

IGBO MAN, na so so complain Una Dey do about Nigeria. Una no dey tire? WHAT HAVE YOU DONE IN YOUR OWN WAY, TO MAKE NIGERIA BETTER?

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Re: My Experience Today Showed That Nigeria Is Dead! by ifejobi84754: 6:04am On Oct 01, 2020
No matter what I will surely make it.God will change my fable for good in the while region just like that of LAYCON.

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