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Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by BSdetector: 2:55pm On May 23
OgbanjeProphet:
Op, if you are Buhari's supporter, then ,

You deserve what you got and more cool

He left a PDP oil rich state to come and hustle in tinubu's APC Lagos.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by harmargedon: 2:59pm On May 23
Try to verify if the guy in question is still alive. Things happen bro.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Professorcplus(m): 2:59pm On May 23
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by cejaypriesty(m): 3:02pm On May 23
JovialJune:
Op must have done something terrible to him in the past, cos I don't want to believe that a friend will make Op travel all the way to Lagos, even talk to him en-route assuring him all is well, then ghost him, no way he was just plainly wicked, no way.
You guys should stop all these must have done something wrong in the past.So because someone wronged you,you want him to get slaughtered in Lagos knowing how terrible lagos street can be ??.where is his humanity?where is forgiveness? and where is the love of God?.Anyways God will visit the op and change his story .
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by viceddy95(m): 3:02pm On May 23
BENEAMATA:

Abi the friend " DADDY G.O " or church "sheperd " don see vision say make he beware of friends . . . . absolutely reprehensible behaviour if what i just read here is true .
Waiting concern this issue and church or pastor now,must you drag church into it before saying anything...
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by YungMillionaire: 3:16pm On May 23
OgbanjeProphet:
Every problem we face today started from politics, including unemployment :oI don't care whether people with congenital stupidity agree with me or not cool

Yes. Every graduate was gainfully employed when GEJ was president cheesy cheesy
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Evolutionlove: 3:47pm On May 23
Offpoint1:

I totally agree with you because I have experience of all he listed...

E-commerce you'll need mad capital to pump into ads (I know how I spend in over 6 months before I made a single sales.

Car/real estate affiliate marketing no be beans, if you're not connected to people who have money and influence OYO na your name. To do it on your own, you'll spend a lot on marketing.

The reality is non of this things can work out without capital, and it takes a lot time...

Thank you, I have nothing to add. You've said It all....
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by OgbanjeProphet: 4:02pm On May 23
YungMillionaire:


Yes. Every graduate was gainfully employed when GEJ was president cheesy cheesy
I am not a fan of Jonathan cool Anybody singing Jonathan's praises is not better than BMCs.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by frog12: 4:09pm On May 23
she is not from a good home.
someone from a good home would have a backup plan.
besides you see how you said she turned out
is that someone from a good home?

the problem is these people are desperate to go abroad, instead of working hard... they are just looking for easy money!


WUdec:
Similar story like this happened to someone i met for the first time in London. Let's call her chick

She had been speaking to her friend before and after securing her visa. Same friend assured her of accommodation and said she was looking forward to picking her up


Chick shows up at Heathrow airport and no one shows up to pick her. Her friend switched off all phones.

Chick begs the Nigerians she meets at the airport to help her with accommodation.
Finally a Nigerian Edo gal agrees and takes her in. 2-4 days in, she tells chick that she has to start hustling by doing what she does, which is selling pussy. As different men always came to the house for this.

Chick refuses becos its not her custom and she came from a good home. Chick talks to a man about her problem, he brings her to where i was living with other guys. The owner of the crib refused to take her in but called another guy, an Igbo married man to take her in.

Chick is very beautiful so half way in btw her stay, she and the guy start sleeping together as her survival instinct kicks in. Don't know what happened later but heartbreak it sure was.

Saw her one day on the streets of LDN and she had changed. Had been through hell and back. I felt so bad for her and still wonder why she never returned to Naij.

Fear Nigerians. The devil lives in a lot of 'em

A lot of Nigerians in Europe will tell you worse including how their passports with visas were robbed by their friends upon arrival, 1st night
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Evolutionlove: 4:17pm On May 23
abimic:

Sometimes, I wonder how those car dealers make their money. Some can go for a year without sales, considering their location, even those in ikeja, VI, are so many and the competition would be high. I just feel those to make it from just only this biz would have connection with government, big multinationals and big shot companies, and some of these auto dealers could be coscharis, inehmic, lanre shittu, innoson etc.

Absolutely true bruh, Most of them have side hustles......
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by kemika8989(m): 4:20pm On May 23
Cpossibility:
What a friend did to me last week.

Just like in my case, so many graduates in the country are today, traumatized, depressed or even suicidal. Nothing is more depressing than seeing oneself jobless after several years of graduation. More annoying is when there's no finance to even start a business no matter how brilliant the business idea could be. If I have capital or even a collateral to use and get some money somewhere, I would rest completely from job hunting.

My ordeal.
Few months ago, I stumbled on a friend on Facebook whom we were school mates back in secondary school. His parents resided outside the state which he normally came back on school resumption and would go back during holidays.

On meeting him on Facebook, taking a look at his pictures, he's obviously doing well and claimed he's working with an international NGO. I told him my pains which is unemployment. Immediately, he was happy and telling me not to worry again that with his connections here and there, I'll get a job. His promise was to fix me either in the NGO, an insurance company, factory work or any other place of which he has links and connections.

We talked extensively and negotiated my movement and arrived I should come over last week. The plans was to stay in his 2 bedroom apartment and until 3-4 months when I can rent my own place. So I moved from Rivers state to Lagos Monday last week with just 16k on me. En route Lagos, we were keeping in touch so to know how closer I am and until I got to Lagos (God is Good Motors park) around 8pm. I called him that I have arrived the park and he said he was coming to pick me.

Long story short, that was the last time his number went. Initially, I thought it was network, or may be temporary low battery. I kept dialling the number through out the night but it never went again. Of course I had no choice than to sleep in the park. Woke up the next morning hoping his number would go but still same. I had no body else in Lagos nor knowing any where as that was my first time in Lagos. So I was just roaming around the park the whole day like a lost sheep, hungry, frustrating and pains but still hoping for his call but none came. When I tried reaching via Facebook and realized I was blocked, that was when it dawned on me that I have to start going back immediately. Already, transport fare from PH to Lagos finished about N10,500. So I was left with about 4k on me. At that point in the evening, I knew my best bet as I said earlier was to find my way back immediately but I didn't even have enough cash for my return. I had no option than to start telling people about my predicament and appealed for help to raise fund to return home the next morning. I was mocked and laughed at while some were asking to buy my phone at a very ridiculous amount. But then at that point, I could have sold it at the ridiculous amount but the phone was the only medium of communication with people especially my mum who was already worried over the journey right from the onset. I kept approaching people to help me and until one man graciously completed the money for me and I paid for my return.

On reaching home, I did nothing than thanking God that at least my case wasn't like that of late Iniobong Umoren. At least I came back home alive...which is the most important thing. But what I don't understand is why the guy chose to be that wicked to me forgetting this world is a very small place. I mean if there was never a job, why did he have to put me through that? Anyways, I have since moved on. Not even swearing/cursing him but leave everything for God. Such is life!

Fellow nairalanders, that is the dairy of a Nigerian job seeker. This leave me with the question, "will Nigeria ever be good for ordinary Nigerian?"
hmmmmm why are lagoians like that's I have such express too. Close friend of mine like that's 2010 promised me to come to Lagos all the way from Abuja I was so happy to go to Lagos. Before our car moved from park I called him to inform him and he told me to give the drive phone. Which I didn't know what he told the driver until we get to Berger the driver told me to drop this is the place he said I should drop. I did happily hoping to see my friend I called him all true he didn't pick next thing d number was switched off. And I was left with only 3500 on me I trekked from some place I can't remember again in Berger I get to one filling station I was asking people where there's cheap hotel because is late already and they kept giving me directions when I get to the hotel is already booked. Until I saw a cab man who drove me to ojota by 11 that's with my bag I was tired already. Lucky me I saw one hotel I entered the place and they told me 5k and what I have was 3500 I told the receiptionalist I'm not going anywhere I'm tired luckily someone saw me begging and she told me she's the owner of the hotel I look like her son who is on Sweden with her husband. That's how I stay there and I spend weeks free of charge. Fear Lagos people

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Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by frog12: 4:30pm On May 23
honestly your story is difficult to tell if your friend was just wicked or what grin

but don't make demands of people because you don't know their true situation. we should always respect others.
someone called me once, and was giving orders to do dis and dat, as if i was her bank !!


kemika8989:
hmmmmm why are lagoians like that's I have such express too. Close friend of mine like that's 2010 promised me to come to Lagos all the way from Abuja I was so happy to go to Lagos. Before our car moved from park I called him to inform him and he told me to give the drive phone. Which I didn't know what he told the driver until we get to Berger the driver told me to drop this is the place he said I should drop. I did happily hoping to see my friend I called him all true he didn't pick next thing d number was switched off. And I was left with only 3500 on me I trekked from some place I can't remember again in Berger I get to one filling station I was asking people where there's cheap hotel because is late already and they kept giving me directions when I get to the hotel is already booked. Until I saw a cab man who drove me to ojota by 11 that's with my bag I was tired already. Lucky me I saw one hotel I entered the place and they told me 5k and what I have was 3500 I told the receiptionalist I'm not going anywhere I'm tired luckily someone saw me begging and she told me she's the owner of the hotel I look like her son who is on Sweden with her husband. That's how I stay there and I spend weeks free of charge. Fear Lagos people
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Fhowe: 4:38pm On May 23
slam7000:


Stop making yourself to be the victim here. I despise your friend and such attitudes from people but your number one mistake was naivety. You obviously saw photos of him on Facebook then believed that all was well with him. All those flashy bits you saw were all fake and he probably also started telling you lies from the beginning before you opened up about your predicament.
I’m not making excuses on his behalf but you don’t travel from PH to Lagos with just N16k in your pocket to live with a guy who occupies a 2 bedroom apartment hoping to stay with him for 3 months.

You should be thanking your God for not meeting him at all. Your little experience in being homeless will make you stronger. Think and stop depending on people.

I’m sure you had lots of opportunities to earn little cash here and there but avoids them because the jobs were too dirty and degrading for someone like you. Know this...there are lots of dirty jobs out there but the cash in your hands doesn’t tell the source.

Like you, a friend called his cousin that he was coming to the Uk some years back...this guy landed at Heathrow, called his cousin and guess what?...the number went into voice mail grin grin but he wasn’t that silly, he had plan B and C. His cousin posts photos of himself in winter jackets, combat trousers and Rockport boots even in summer. My guy didn’t know the difference between summer and winter. Like you he saw a successful person but then he wasn’t fooled. He hit the ground running, never wasted time moaning about the lies and mistreatment. He got it right, became a success.

Don’t be deceived by Facebook and social media photos.
You can achieve in Ph what you hoped to achieve in Lagos. Get out there and work. Nigeria is tight and hard but there are lots of things you can do to build yourself up.
am sure his friend had a change of mind at the last minute ,or maybe the friend exprienced some ugly situation in the past .Let me share my own story ,sometimes last year an old school mate called me on the phone (have not heard from this guy for over 15 years) he said he was in a neighboring state for some business and could not make it back to Lagos that same day he wanted to do a stop over at my place then continue his journey the following day .I said no problems this guy arrived i could not take him to my house cause it would be in appropriate i did not inform my wife beforehand,so i lodged him at a very good hotel about 30k paid for his meals till the next day i even took him to my wife just for formal introductions and all that before we went out for the evening for merriment .The dude got back to his base in Lagos and only sent me a messages on whatsapp that he has arrived in Lagos .This is someone i spent close to 100k for (impromtu) .Till date he has not called me on the phone or whatsoever so with all this do you think i would be willing to assist even someone i know next time ? A lot of terrible people have ruined chances and opportunities for the innocent ones

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Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Cpossibility: 4:43pm On May 23
Johel:



Hi...I can help u out genuinely with a job and accommodation.

Please reply my PM. Thanks.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Odunayaw(m): 4:55pm On May 23
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Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by EM123: 4:56pm On May 23
Sickmod:
cry
this is what we all are suffering in this country , and somebody will come out and start insulting ipob that is trying to educate or open our eyes. We are not suppose to be suffering in this country after graduation as an oil producing country . Brother social media na just the more you look the less you see. Some go borrow cloth snap picture post for facebook , if you no dey careful you go commite crime . Bro put your self together and hustle , GOD go pick your call one day , we all are in this together.

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Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Gfskw: 5:21pm On May 23
Really
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by snowwhyte607: 5:51pm On May 23
That guy was never your friend!
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Businext: 6:01pm On May 23
HRSweetness:


The sentence in italics: people do this to show the person that they can relate to their situation because they have been there and the advice they are giving comes from a truly empathetic state.

I'd rather take advice from someone who has gone through the journey I just started.

Yes I've had to return back to Base to start my business
So I'm talking from experience

#WeShallNotBeShamed
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by bragamycin: 6:42pm On May 23
kemika8989:
Fear Lagos people

But na lagos person give you free accommodation for her hotel. Rather than 1 night, na weekend u spend nd u still get mouth to say Fear Lagos People
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Yehman(m): 7:32pm On May 23
Cpossibility:
What a friend did to me last week.

Just like in my case, so many graduates in the country are today, traumatized, depressed or even suicidal. Nothing is more depressing than seeing oneself jobless after several years of graduation. More annoying is when there's no finance to even start a business no matter how brilliant the business idea could be. If I have capital or even a collateral to use and get some money somewhere, I would rest completely from job hunting.

My ordeal.
Few months ago, I stumbled on a friend on Facebook whom we were school mates back in secondary school. His parents resided outside the state which he normally came back on school resumption and would go back during holidays.

On meeting him on Facebook, taking a look at his pictures, he's obviously doing well and claimed he's working with an international NGO. I told him my pains which is unemployment. Immediately, he was happy and telling me not to worry again that with his connections here and there, I'll get a job. His promise was to fix me either in the NGO, an insurance company, factory work or any other place of which he has links and connections.

We talked extensively and negotiated my movement and arrived I should come over last week. The plans was to stay in his 2 bedroom apartment and until 3-4 months when I can rent my own place. So I moved from Rivers state to Lagos Monday last week with just 16k on me. En route Lagos, we were keeping in touch so to know how closer I am and until I got to Lagos (God is Good Motors park) around 8pm. I called him that I have arrived the park and he said he was coming to pick me.

Long story short, that was the last time his number went. Initially, I thought it was network, or may be temporary low battery. I kept dialling the number through out the night but it never went again. Of course I had no choice than to sleep in the park. Woke up the next morning hoping his number would go but still same. I had no body else in Lagos nor knowing any where as that was my first time in Lagos. So I was just roaming around the park the whole day like a lost sheep, hungry, frustrating and pains but still hoping for his call but none came. When I tried reaching via Facebook and realized I was blocked, that was when it dawned on me that I have to start going back immediately. Already, transport fare from PH to Lagos finished about N10,500. So I was left with about 4k on me. At that point in the evening, I knew my best bet as I said earlier was to find my way back immediately but I didn't even have enough cash for my return. I had no option than to start telling people about my predicament and appealed for help to raise fund to return home the next morning. I was mocked and laughed at while some were asking to buy my phone at a very ridiculous amount. But then at that point, I could have sold it at the ridiculous amount but the phone was the only medium of communication with people especially my mum who was already worried over the journey right from the onset. I kept approaching people to help me and until one man graciously completed the money for me and I paid for my return.

On reaching home, I did nothing than thanking God that at least my case wasn't like that of late Iniobong Umoren. At least I came back home alive...which is the most important thing. But what I don't understand is why the guy chose to be that wicked to me forgetting this world is a very small place. I mean if there was never a job, why did he have to put me through that? Anyways, I have since moved on. Not even swearing/cursing him but leave everything for God. Such is life!

Fellow nairalanders, that is the dairy of a Nigerian job seeker. This leave me with the question, "will Nigeria ever be good for ordinary Nigerian?"
No be juju be that..
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Friend22(m): 7:39pm On May 23
Cpossibility:
What a friend did to me last week.

Just like in my case, so many graduates in the country are today, traumatized, depressed or even suicidal. Nothing is more depressing than seeing oneself jobless after several years of graduation. More annoying is when there's no finance to even start a business no matter how brilliant the business idea could be. If I have capital or even a collateral to use and get some money somewhere, I would rest completely from job hunting.

My ordeal.
Few months ago, I stumbled on a friend on Facebook whom we were school mates back in secondary school. His parents resided outside the state which he normally came back on school resumption and would go back during holidays.

On meeting him on Facebook, taking a look at his pictures, he's obviously doing well and claimed he's working with an international NGO. I told him my pains which is unemployment. Immediately, he was happy and telling me not to worry again that with his connections here and there, I'll get a job. His promise was to fix me either in the NGO, an insurance company, factory work or any other place of which he has links and connections.

We talked extensively and negotiated my movement and arrived I should come over last week. The plans was to stay in his 2 bedroom apartment and until 3-4 months when I can rent my own place. So I moved from Rivers state to Lagos Monday last week with just 16k on me. En route Lagos, we were keeping in touch so to know how closer I am and until I got to Lagos (God is Good Motors park) around 8pm. I called him that I have arrived the park and he said he was coming to pick me.

Long story short, that was the last time his number went. Initially, I thought it was network, or may be temporary low battery. I kept dialling the number through out the night but it never went again. Of course I had no choice than to sleep in the park. Woke up the next morning hoping his number would go but still same. I had no body else in Lagos nor knowing any where as that was my first time in Lagos. So I was just roaming around the park the whole day like a lost sheep, hungry, frustrating and pains but still hoping for his call but none came. When I tried reaching via Facebook and realized I was blocked, that was when it dawned on me that I have to start going back immediately. Already, transport fare from PH to Lagos finished about N10,500. So I was left with about 4k on me. At that point in the evening, I knew my best bet as I said earlier was to find my way back immediately but I didn't even have enough cash for my return. I had no option than to start telling people about my predicament and appealed for help to raise fund to return home the next morning. I was mocked and laughed at while some were asking to buy my phone at a very ridiculous amount. But then at that point, I could have sold it at the ridiculous amount but the phone was the only medium of communication with people especially my mum who was already worried over the journey right from the onset. I kept approaching people to help me and until one man graciously completed the money for me and I paid for my return.

On reaching home, I did nothing than thanking God that at least my case wasn't like that of late Iniobong Umoren. At least I came back home alive...which is the most important thing. But what I don't understand is why the guy chose to be that wicked to me forgetting this world is a very small place. I mean if there was never a job, why did he have to put me through that? Anyways, I have since moved on. Not even swearing/cursing him but leave everything for God. Such is life!

Fellow nairalanders, that is the dairy of a Nigerian job seeker. This leave me with the question, "will Nigeria ever be good for ordinary Nigerian?"

And the idiot maybe one of those cursing our leaders everyday of neglect yet they can be this wicked.
We know many self righteous nairalanders here who make it a daily routine to curse and swear at Buhari and every leader are themselves wloves in sheep clothing.

I do not take many of them serious.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Friend22(m): 7:48pm On May 23
EM123:
this is what we all are suffering in this country , and somebody will come out and start insulting ipob that is trying to educate or open our eyes. We are not suppose to be suffering in this country after graduation as an oil producing country . Brother social media na just the more you look the less you see. Some go borrow cloth snap picture post for facebook , if you no dey careful you go commite crime . Bro put your self together and hustle , GOD go pick your call one day , we all are in this together.

Is the topic about those useless IPOB?

Or about an ordinary Nigerian who wqs decieved?
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by EM123: 8:02pm On May 23
Friend22:


Is the topic about those useless IPOB?

Or about an ordinary Nigerian who wqs decieved?
it is about an ordinary nigerian who was decieved , but if not for bad government that made the system difficult for an ordinary nigeria , he won't have embacked on the journey that made is friend to decieve him . The "useless ipob" according to you is trying to educate you and i to make us wakeup and know what to do.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Tukor1759: 8:03pm On May 23
Not all that glitters are gold, seeing some one on FB and believing he/she is comfortable is unacceptable for me,cause ,me I ve many companies in FB.All na wash
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by NaijaCoverBlog(m): 8:08pm On May 23
IgiveLadiesBj:

Blogging is dead

You don't know what you are saying
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Friend22(m): 9:01pm On May 23
EM123:
it is about an ordinary nigerian who was decieved , but if not for bad government that made the system difficult for an ordinary nigeria , he won't have embacked on the journey that made is friend to decieve him . The "useless ipob" according to you is trying to educate you and i to make us wakeup and know what to do.
I'd rather remain ignorant than be educated by those good-for-nothing lots.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by nonen(m): 10:07pm On May 23
aieromon:


https://www.nairaland.com/temmytee2309

Baba thanks for bursting his real identity, as I’m too busy chasing shitty things. He sent me an email apologizing for scamming me and said he regretted his actions. Its shameful that’s what he does here, as he has different names for his scamming business. It’s funny people don’t know how this thing called destiny could be ruined for very little things - People should learn from the experience of Esau and Jacob in the bible. Since he feels the 5k is worth his destiny, he can keep it.
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by CoolJulian: 12:00am On May 24
Fhowe:
am sure his friend had a change of mind at the last minute ,or maybe the friend exprienced some ugly situation in the past .Let me share my own story ,sometimes last year an old school mate called me on the phone (have not heard from this guy for over 15 years) he said he was in a neighboring state for some business and could not make it back to Lagos that same day he wanted to do a stop over at my place then continue his journey the following day .I said no problems this guy arrived i could not take him to my house cause it would be in appropriate i did not inform my wife beforehand,so i lodged him at a very good hotel about 30k paid for his meals till the next day i even took him to my wife just for formal introductions and all that before we went out for the evening for merriment .The dude got back to his base in Lagos and only sent me a messages on whatsapp that he has arrived in Lagos .This is someone i spent close to 100k for (impromtu) .Till date he has not called me on the phone or whatsoever so with all this do you think i would be willing to assist even someone i know next time ? A lot of terrible people have ruined chances and opportunities for the innocent ones
.

Does this your experience now make it right/proper for one to be drawn to, and abandoned in a strange land? What kind of experience can ever justify carrying out such a wicked act against a fellow human, abeg?
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Nobody: 2:18am On May 24
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Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Johel(m): 5:39am On May 24
Cpossibility:


Please reply my PM. Thanks.


Got no message....send email to "johelchyville@gmail.com"
Re: What A Friend Did To Me Last Week. by Igbankpa(m): 8:20am On May 24
abiodun175:
It is true my sister, perhaps God doesn't want anyone to take the glory as you rightly said. I was once in this situation whereby people promise me heaven on earth after graduation, but nothing manifested. The good God make it happen for me when the time is right, and no one other than him can take the glory. My brother just keep believing, and keep praying to God to give you the best.
I can totally relate, so many broken promises. I never imagined myself being in my current situation but it is what it is and like they say 'life no balance'. I believe my breakthrough will come in no distant time.

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