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Money Has Lost Respect And Value In Nigeria by jara: 12:57am On May 05
What has money bought Nigerians?

From Dansuki to Buhari hypocrisy of Operation WAI, it is now a disgrace to be a Nigerian anywhere.
Re: Money Has Lost Respect And Value In Nigeria by jara: 9:12pm On May 05
Since when has Hausa become obsessed with money?

This Hausa blood contaminated by Fulani blood has turned them to blood suckers.
Re: Money Has Lost Respect And Value In Nigeria by Dcube212: 9:37pm On May 05
Na so oooooooooo
Re: Money Has Lost Respect And Value In Nigeria by Toosure70: 10:09pm On May 05
Education lost respect in Nigeria not money. Money controls Nigerians.
Re: Money Has Lost Respect And Value In Nigeria by jara: 10:58pm On May 05
Toosure70:
Education lost respect in Nigeria not money. Money controls Nigerians.

Sir, how can you repeat the same hollow false sense of security.

What good has the money done? If we were trading by batter, we could have been better off. Money is just a means of exchange that has not bought us anything.

Love, hate, force etc have more control than money. This is the sense we lost in lieu of money.
Re: Money Has Lost Respect And Value In Nigeria by ecomalchemist(m): 4:32am On May 06
Money is very good, make no mistake about it. In fact, money is a defense, and the lack of it--- they say, is an offense..

Go get some.
Re: Money Has Lost Respect And Value In Nigeria by jara: 2:28am On May 07
ecomalchemist:
Money is very good, make no mistake about it. In fact, money is a defense, and the lack of it--- they say, is an offense..

Go get some.

None of you can still tell us what all the money than any African country has ever done for Nigeria.

If we were trading in cowries, Mansa Musa and his descendants would still be the richest people today.

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