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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Nobody: 1:23am On Nov 14, 2020
Rossnitti:


Says an uneducated lowlife, with less than a high school education.




Peabrain, Japan had a highly educated population, large finances, and a large technological sector in the 1940s that could easily muster the wherewithal to rebuild the nation after the war.

In 1960, Nigeria was 95% illiterate and had zero industries. Yet you expect Nigeria to have developed to be like Japan.

I mean, you are just dumb.

Go and study Development Economics.





They sound like ''excuses'' to you because you're not well educated, have a low IQ and cannot reason beyond simplistic barometres of blame, and fingerpointing.

80% of nations on earth are developing nations. Nigeria is NOT unique.

By your logic of a 3 year old, all those developing nations, many of whom have huge resources as well, are still underdeveloped because they are ''stupid, corrupt, worthless etc etc''.

That's how you reason. Like a child.



How is Rwanda rebuilt? Where in Rwanda is rebuilt outside Kigali? What do they manufacture in Rwanda?



Just look at the fanatical garbage this idiot is spouting here.

Ludicrous.

In 2020, Nigeria has a large pool of some of the most educated people both at home and in diaspora. However, that has not changed the fortunes of the country because it is ruled by a fantastically corrupt mafia. The problem of Nigeria is not money but corrupt leadership.

Increase Nigeria's budget to $500 billion dollars and you won't see any change. The ruling class that plundered or continue to plunder the nation such as the Dino Melaye's will buy 10 Bugatti's, the Tinubu's will acquire more bullion vans and private jets,the Ganduje's will pocket more dollars. Look at the thrillions pumped into the Niger Delta through NDDC and the 13% derivation with nothing to show for it.

You keep failing to acknowledge what former Head of State,Yakubu Gowon, reiterated, "Nigeria's problem is not money, but how to spend it", and he made this statement when our population was manageable.

You don't have beyond a primary school education.

Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Nobody: 1:33am On Nov 14, 2020
Igbochief001:

How much was the money ...
A lot back then and the naira was on par with the Pounds Sterling.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Rossnitti: 1:51am On Nov 14, 2020
Agbegbaorogboye:

You sound like something is damaged in you. Tone down on the insults. You don't have a monopoly of it except you're not capable of a decent conversation.
I'm an African like you so I have no reason to defend the white man.

You have no reason to, but you do, without justification, just like millions of you Africans with colonial mentality who cannot recognise your exploiters once you see them in pale skin colour.


While you accept that colonialism is not about developing the colony (which is true) you still turn around to blame the colonialist for not developing Africa.

I am not ''blaming'' them for anything. Simply stating that they were here to exploit us, and DID exploit us, leaving us with nothing, which is why we were still underdeveloped nations at independence after a century of their ''expert'' rulership.


What is not deniable is that, the colonialists left Nigeria better than they met it.

I DISAGREE 100%.

Read the story of how they burnt down Benin city, one of the world's most beautiful and well planned cities according to their own researchers, in 1897:

https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/mar/18/story-of-cities-5-benin-city-edo-nigeria-mighty-medieval-capital-lost-without-trace

This story was replicated all over Nigeria. They destroyed a thriving pre-colonial society with broadly accountable leadership, and left it an underdeveloped malnourished hellhole with compromised, stooge leaders.

Yet, they never had a social pact or contract like our govt has with us.

Agreed. So why do we have some Nigerians saying stuff like ''if the whites were to rule us now, we would transform to heaven in 10 years time''?

You have a point about the founding fathers especially working to make Nigeria better. But you need to realise Nigeria largely lost the plot in the 80s and 90s when oil became the mainstay of our economy. With oil, the money comes everyday and a military govt doesn't need a FAAC meeting before spending the money. They're also not accountable to the people just like the colonialists which is why they ended up like them.

Building token infrastructure while swallowing the larger chunk of the money.

You are wrong on the bolded. In even the worst years, corruption would have led to the siphoning of maybe 30% of national income. It is a FALLACY to claim that the ''larger chunk'' of the nation's earnings are lost to corruption. There is ZERO evidence of that. What we have is not ''token infrastructure''. It is infrastructure largely commensurate with our low earnings as a nation, which incidentally is the subject of this thread. The way to get more infrastructure is to raise national income via economic diversification, not by harping on about corruption, because even without corruption, our annual budget of 35 billion dollars is a mere PITTANCE that will get us nowhere.

That said, electricity which you've been talking about was a pretty new invention in the late nineteenth century. It's use became more widespread in the early 20th century.

Don't give me that crap. South Africa built her first power stations in the 1890s. First one being the Driehoek Power Station (1896), the Mount Road Power Station (1906), President Street Power Station, Johannesburg (1906), Colenso Power Station, Kwa Zulu Natal (1926), Orlando Power Station (1942) etc etc.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_decommissioned_power_stations_in_South_Africa

In NIGERIA, the British built ZERO power stations, and our first was in 1964, Kainji Dam, commissioned by Prime Minister Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa of blessed memory.

And I put it to you that had the colonialists still been in charge of Nigeria today, we likely would still not have any power station.


And for the rails, they ran from Lagos down to Kano, port Harcourt to Maiduguri and from Baro to Kaduna. These are not just two routes as you claim. They're looking routes linking different towns which we've struggled to maintain and even replicate in 2000s.

There you are still talking rubbish.

This was the colonial rail ''network''. More accurately described as the colonial resource evacuation line. North to southern ports, strictly for the purposes of resource evacuation.




Why would they build anything else, or a proper network linking east to west etc, in ways that would boost the internal economy, when they were colonialists who just came to your country to loot resources? Stop living in denial.

Plus it's no surprise the line was neglected soon after independence, as it no longer served any economic relevance, as the nation no longer focused on exporting natural resources like groundnuts, tin, cocoa, timber etc via the line especially with the discovery of oil and gas deposits in the delta region.

So the line became economically unviable and a drain on resources, since its sole original purpose was for resource evacuation and not for internal economic development.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Chekitaut: 1:53am On Nov 14, 2020
RuudVanNisteroy:

Poor country with the richest politicians and military generals in world .
Mostly from CBN...
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Nobody: 4:46am On Nov 14, 2020
Chekitaut:
Mostly from CBN...
Through oil blocks,bribes,transfering states assets to their names ETC
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by oluwadabira222(m): 5:15am On Nov 14, 2020
Agbegbaorogboye:

Stop blaspheming the name of Jesus because you want to defend failure.
You're well within your rights to defend failure but leave Jesus out of it.
Jesus had a more difficult task of saving the wretched souls of your generations past and coming yet he succeeded.
Don't compare him to a failure
No insult, learn how to give your point without adding insult.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Nobody: 6:04am On Nov 14, 2020
RuudVanNisteroy:

A lot back then and the naira was on par with the Pounds Sterling.
Was our budget upto 10 billion pounds ?
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Agbegbaorogboye: 7:10am On Nov 14, 2020
oluwadabira222:
No insult, learn how to give your point without adding insult.
You shouldn't have insulted Jesus first.
Just because you want to make excuses for failed leadership you insulted the son of God.
Glad you feel how it is now to be insulted

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by oluwadabira222(m): 7:24am On Nov 14, 2020
Agbegbaorogboye:

You shouldn't have insulted Jesus first.
Just because you want to make excuses for failed leadership you insulted the son of God.
Glad you feel how it is now to be insulted
kk....
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by ThatFairGuy: 7:30am On Nov 14, 2020
oluwadabira222:
The system need to be change.even if we remove buhari and appoint ...... with this system,we will still have the same result.
God bless you.

We need to review our constitution, also go back to Regional Government
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Nobody: 7:57am On Nov 14, 2020
Agbegbaorogboye:

You shouldn't have insulted Jesus first.
Just because you want to make excuses for failed leadership you insulted the son of God.
Glad you feel how it is now to be insulted
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Nobody: 8:04am On Nov 14, 2020
Igbochief001:

Was our budget upto 10 billion pounds ?
It was 10 billion dollars as at 1974, when Nigeria population was 61 million people. This was when one naira was stronger than one US dollars and exchanged for $1.5. By the time you adjust for inflation the $10 billion dollars budget may the same as the $35 billion we budget today.

https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/nigeria/1975-01-01/nigeria-africas-new-power
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1746-1049.1977.tb00370.x

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Lethal234(m): 8:15am On Nov 14, 2020
Lol, the reason why Nigeria is underdeveloped is easy to spot on this thread.

Every time development, underdevelopment, developing, economy, Nigeria leaders are mentioned everybody stops thinking in terms of solution, but to mainly oppose each other. Like it's some contest of who is more knowledgeable on subject's like History, Politics, economy. Rather than who has more comprehensive and progressive better Solutions.

And why that is also happening is easy to spot as well, we are still immature as a person, as a people, as a country, as a Society.

Once we learn to stop being emotional about our past whenever it's raised we would be able to think and proffer solutions Objectively.

Until then we would still be having visionless ineptitude leadership elected by the ignorant masses.

In other words, the educated and enlightened part of the masses stop the "I too know" to form a common front, preach it through forums, SMs, blogs, newspapers, radios and other news media like bars clubs. The confusion would still be there enabling clueless persons raise to posts of leadership, because only a confused person can reign over a confused Nation.

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Lethal234(m): 8:19am On Nov 14, 2020
Lol, the reason why Nigeria is underdeveloped is easy to spot on this thread.

Every time development, underdevelopment, developing, economy, Nigeria leaders are mentioned everybody stops thinking in terms of solution, but to mainly oppose each other. Like it's some contest of who is more knowledgeable on subject's like History, Politics, economy. Rather than who has more comprehensive and progressive better Solutions.

And why that is also happening is easy to spot as well, we are still immature as a person, as a people, as a country, as a Society.

Once we learn to stop being emotional about our past whenever it's raised we would be able to think and proffer solutions Objectively.

Until then we would still be having visionless ineptitude leadership elected by the ignorant masses.

In other words, the educated and enlightened part of the masses must stop the "I too know" to form a common front, preach it through forums, SMs, blogs, newspapers, radios and other news media like bars clubs. If not, the confusion would still be there enabling clueless persons rise to posts of leadership, because only a confused person can reign over a confused Nation.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by oluwadabira222(m): 8:26am On Nov 14, 2020
@Lethal234 you are right.the solution should be what we are looking for.even if APC is voted out and another party take over with this overdependence on oil it will still be the same result.

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Agbegbaorogboye: 8:35am On Nov 14, 2020
Rossnitti:


You have no reason to, but you do, without justification, just like millions of you Africans with colonial mentality who cannot recognise your exploiters once you see them in pale skin colour.




I am not ''blaming'' them for anything. Simply stating that they were here to exploit us, and DID exploit us, leaving us with nothing, which is why we were still underdeveloped nations at independence after a century of their ''expert'' rulership.




I DISAGREE 100%.

Read the story of how they burnt down Benin city, one of the world's most beautiful and well planned cities according to their own researchers, in 1897:

https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/mar/18/story-of-cities-5-benin-city-edo-nigeria-mighty-medieval-capital-lost-without-trace

This story was replicated all over Nigeria. They destroyed a thriving pre-colonial society with broadly accountable leadership, and left it an underdeveloped malnourished hellhole with compromised, stooge leaders.



Agreed. So why do we have some Nigerians saying stuff like ''if the whites were to rule us now, we would transform to heaven in 10 years time''?



You are wrong on the bolded. In even the worst years, corruption would have led to the siphoning of maybe 30% of national income. It is a FALLACY to claim that the ''larger chunk'' of the nation's earnings are lost to corruption. There is ZERO evidence of that. What we have is not ''token infrastructure''. It is infrastructure largely commensurate with our low earnings as a nation, which incidentally is the subject of this thread. The way to get more infrastructure is to raise national income via economic diversification, not by harping on about corruption, because even without corruption, our annual budget of 35 billion dollars is a mere PITTANCE that will get us nowhere.



Don't give me that crap. South Africa built her first power stations in the 1890s. First one being the Driehoek Power Station (1896), the Mount Road Power Station (1906), President Street Power Station, Johannesburg (1906), Colenso Power Station, Kwa Zulu Natal (1926), Orlando Power Station (1942) etc etc.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_decommissioned_power_stations_in_South_Africa

In NIGERIA, the British built ZERO power stations, and our first was in 1964, Kainji Dam, commissioned by Prime Minister Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa of blessed memory.

And I put it to you that had the colonialists still been in charge of Nigeria today, we likely would still not have any power station.




There you are still talking rubbish.

This was the colonial rail ''network''. More accurately described as the colonial resource evacuation line. North to southern ports, strictly for the purposes of resource evacuation.




Why would they build anything else, or a proper network linking east to west etc, in ways that would boost the internal economy, when they were colonialists who just came to your country to loot resources? Stop living in denial.

Plus it's no surprise the line was neglected soon after independence, as it no longer served any economic relevance, as the nation no longer focused on exporting natural resources like groundnuts, tin, cocoa, timber etc via the line especially with the discovery of oil and gas deposits in the delta region.

So the line became economically unviable and a drain on resources, since its sole original purpose was for resource evacuation and not for internal economic development.

When Nigeria first came in contact with Europeans, our societies were largely primitive. Do you know what your fellow blacks sold their brothers in exchange for? Not gold, not pound sterling, not even metal but glass and alcohol!!
Are you going to blame the British for that?

The British came and conquered us because they were superior to us in all things. If we were better than them, they could never have colonized us.

That said, I visited Baro recently. The rails completed in the 1920s are still there. The British had a port there were they received goods coming from the Onitsha end of the river. Today, Baro port is not operational. Neither is Onitsha port. Those two were operating well when the British were here to serve their interests. Nigerians abandoned them not the British.

You talk of economic diversification. Same diversification was already achieved by the late sixties. We had cocoa and oil palm as the mainstay of the West, oil palm, rubber and coal in the East and the groundnuts, cotton in the North. That's three sources of income for the three regions. The federal govt alone at 1960 had a budget of £3m. No oil then. Oil was supposed to add to that and boost our revenue. But our leaders instead abandoned all else for oil. Will you also blame the British?

The Benin empire started declining since the 17th century. Go and check the records. It was always attacked by the Yorubas and even internal strife. The British met it weak in 1897 not to mention that the Binis killed the British first. I don't know maybe you expect them to shake hands with you after you killed their emissaries.

FYI as at 1923 there was a power station in Nigeria. Just like South Africa, most of the power was used to power Lagos like Joburg and also the rail stations. It was not available at the scale of Kainji. Our first hydroelectric dam was in Kura near Jos. So your belief of a Nigeria in total darkness in 1960 is false.

Take a look at your picture again. Is that two rail lines or can't you see the one from Baro linking Kaduna in-between. Besides, if you're making excuses for abandoning the rails, then you're part of Nigeria's problem. In case you don't know, those rails worked till the 1990s when lack of servicing and maintenance started killing them. The East to West is a shorter route compared to South to north yet our leaders couldn't build it up till now late 2020!!

If you say the rail was abandoned because it was no longer useful to us, why are we building new rails along same route? Why did we also abandon the stillborn ajaokuta steel, was it no longer useful too? What about our refineries? Did they exceed their useful life as well. Imagine!! The sixth largest producer of oil can't maintain a refinery for thirty years!! And you blame the British!!

While you blame the British for our low literacy level in the 1960, what do you say of Ahmadu Bello who said they have to keep the minorities in the north uneducated so they can be easier to control. Or you think it's by mistake that by 2020 the bulk of our illiterates is from the North?
Talking of corruption, ever heard of Gulf oil windfall? Do you know that by 1990, IBB kept 105,0000bpd of crude apart for himself to do with as he wished?!! We have some marginal oilfield now that produce 25,000bpd yet IBB alone sat on 105,000barrels per day!! Yet you say corruption couldn't have taken more than 30% of our national income. If IBB was that bad just imagine what Abacha looked like. Abacha virtually robbed the CBN. In fact, as a story goes, the CBN once ran out of hard cash due to Abacha's unquenchable demands!!
Look at the post below and make sense of it.

P.S: Let me give you a test. If you think theft of 30% of national income for eight years is nothing, start removing 30% of the US income for the next four years and see what becomes of US by 2025 and how rich you the thief will be.

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Nobody: 8:42am On Nov 14, 2020
This thread has brought out all the intellectuals.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Agbegbaorogboye: 8:54am On Nov 14, 2020
RuudVanNisteroy:
This thread has brought out all the intellectuals.
I hope the guy can come. I have some time on my hands now.
We shouldn't be blaming the British who were already stepping back from running Nigeria as at 1948 and excuse the failure of leaders we had who were too selfish and shortsighted to plan for the country they wanted to take over from the British.

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by JAMO84: 8:55am On Nov 14, 2020
RuudVanNisteroy:

Nigeria is poor because it has had the most corrupt leaders that have ever walked the planet- simple!

Look at what Thomas Sankara did in Burkina Faso, he recognized his country was poor and cut costs of governance drastically and that is why he was taken out early.

Thomas Sankara, upon seizing power, immediately sold off the government’s fleet of Mercedes cars, replaced them with the ordinary Renault 5, which was then the cheapest car in Burkina Faso. The Renault became the official service car for all government officers and ministers. Also, he reduced the salaries of all public servants, including his own, and forbade the use of government chauffeurs and 1st class airline tickets.

Worth noting, as President, he lowered his salary to $450 a month and limited his possessions to a car, four bikes, three guitars, a fridge and a broken freezer.
Sankara was a military Dictator, he wouldn't dare if he was a civilian.

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Lethal234(m): 8:59am On Nov 14, 2020
oluwadabira222:
@Lethal234 you are right.the solution should be what we are looking for.even if APC is voted out and another party take over with this overdependence on oil it will still be the same result.

Exactly, and while at it we should understand the foundation to through development isn't often laid by the government 'unless you are in a Marxist/communist Society' which we often oppose and pretend not to want.

Electricity would probably not have seen the day of light or only subjected to side research with no real Commitment like space science, if not for the bullheadedness of one man.

This man did not do it because he was patriot but for what he can get.
Rail
Cars
Hospitals
And other basic amenities where not often government initiative but profit makers quest for more gains.

After all we claim to be following Americas footsteps ( Democratic Capitalism )
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Lethal234(m): 9:08am On Nov 14, 2020
Where Nigeria got it wrong, was trying to reach everybody, and spread development round the country all at once.

Leaders from developed countries often have one or two cities they us as target practice in development before spreading outwards.

It is foolishness to think you could provide stable electricity for 200million people all at once, with no real experience.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by UncleJJ(m): 9:12am On Nov 14, 2020
Rossnitti:

Nigeria with 200 million people has an annual budget of 35 billion dollars.

Simple maths...

Our biggest bottleneck is electricity, in second place; the high cost of transportation.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by oluwadabira222(m): 9:14am On Nov 14, 2020
Agbegbaorogboye:

I hope the guy can come. I have some time on my hands now.
We shouldn't be blaming the British who were already stepping back from running Nigeria as at 1948 and excuse the failure of leaders we had who were too selfish and shortsighted to plan for the country they wanted to take over from the British.
both you and the other guy are making sense.with alot of point.the british should also be blame for our problem partially, the british are not God they are one of african country problem till now look at Congo,libya even somalia our present day leader might be bad but to even think about those greedy motherfvckers recolonising us is very wrong.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by tensazangetsu20(m): 9:34am On Nov 14, 2020
That rossikk guy is too damn insultive. People make clean comments and he comes out and starts abusing and yapping like a mad dog. I wonder how much buhari pays him though to behave like an idiot.

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Agbegbaorogboye: 9:39am On Nov 14, 2020
oluwadabira222:
both you and the other guy are making sense.with alot of point.the british should also be blame for our problem partially, the british are not God they are one of african country problem till now look at Congo,libya even somalia our present day leader might be bad but to even think about those greedy motherfvckers recolonising us is very wrong.

Who is asking for the recolonizing of Nigeria? Such person must be low on brain matter.

But what I will not accept is to push the failure of our nation on being poor or the British.
If we were poor, the British would not have set foot on our land. We saw and still see poverty while they saw abundant resources some of which they lack in their own country!!
The British did not exactly come to run a charity case or altruistic commission. They came to make their country richer and that's what they did. But to say they did nothing for Nigeria is a great fallacy to absolve ourselves of blame in what has become of our country.
Look, when the British arrived any woman that has multiple babies dying at birth or young age is said to be afflicted by Ogbanje/Abiku depending on where she is from. Whereas it was a case of sickle cell anaemia due to mismatched genotype of the couple.
In calabar, twins were killed. Osu caste system was thriving in the East. What about human sacrifices? The gentleman wants to make it look like the people that are called Nigerians now where some highly civilized peace-loving Greeks who abhorred warfare and excelled in the literary arts and sciences. We all know that's a lie!!
Our societies then were largely primitive and superstitious with little or no technology and surely no education. Healthcare was non-existent and sicknesses were attributed to the gods and usually demanded human blood. That's what the Europeans and British met when they came.
If we do not give them any other credit, we have to give them one for enlightening us. If we say they could have done it better, well, maybe but it doesn't remove the fact that they put us on a far higher plane than they met us. We just couldn't sustain the plane.
That's the reality
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by oluwadabira222(m): 10:02am On Nov 14, 2020
tensazangetsu20:
That rossikk guy is too damn insultive. People make clean comments and he comes out and starts abusing and yapping like a mad dog. I wonder how much buhari pays him though to behave like an idiot.
how is what he wrote up there bout buhari?
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by tensazangetsu20(m): 10:08am On Nov 14, 2020
oluwadabira222:
how is what he wrote up there bout buhari?
He seems to always support nonsense. Only a buharists can support everything the government is doing In Nigeria especially in its present state. This country has never been this horrible.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by beejaay: 10:54am On Nov 14, 2020
RuudVanNisteroy:

Excuses,excuses and more excuses!You're no match for my intellect joker!

Why did Japan with no natural resources not make that same excuse when all their infrastructure got devasted in World War 2 in 1945 and had to rebuild their country from scratch to become of the the wealthiest countries.

Why didn't Paul Kagame make the same excuse when Rwanda was devastated by the civil war in 1994 that led to the world's worst genocide. And he had to rebuild the country from scratch.

Nigeria's leaders failed plain and simple because of their unbridled greed, corruption,ethnic politics and lack of vision. And that is why the country is a failed state and has it's citizens risking their lives through the Sahara Dessert,Libya and Mediterrean sea to get to Europe.

Why are you guys responding to that fool.. He can't make a single statement without calling names.. People like that are waste and product of useless and failed family.. People like that come from a family that wake each other with cane and insult.. He lack commonsense and utterly stupid

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Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by beejaay: 11:00am On Nov 14, 2020
beejaay:


Why are you guys responding to that fool.. He can't make a single statement without calling names.. People like that are waste and product of useless and failed family.. People like that come from a family that wake each other with cane and insult.. He lack commonsense and utterly stupid

Watch as the useless rossniti guy will start calling his fatherr mother and ancestors names like brainless, fool, loon.. How do people even reply guys like this..
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Rossnitti: 10:39pm On Nov 14, 2020
Agbegbaorogboye:


When Nigeria first came in contact with Europeans, our societies were largely primitive. Do you know what your fellow blacks sold their brothers in exchange for? Not gold, not pound sterling, not even metal but glass and alcohol!!
Are you going to blame the British for that?

The British came and conquered us because they were superior to us in all things. If we were better than them, they could never have colonized us.

Because of this singular quote, I'm ignoring the of the rest of the trash you posted, and starting a brand new thread, just to debunk this misleading, false, brainwashed, colonised nonsense you just typed. Watch this space.
Re: Nigeria Is A Very Poor Country by Agbegbaorogboye: 11:47pm On Nov 14, 2020
Rossnitti:


Because of this singular quote, I'm ignoring the of the rest of the trash you posted, and starting a brand new thread, just to debunk this misleading, false, brainwashed, colonised nonsense you just typed. Watch this space.


I'll be waiting

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