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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by seyz91(m): 6:57am On Oct 22
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Fryzi:
Na person wey no fear dis country I fear.
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by lanocfoods: 6:59am On Oct 22
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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by lanocfoods: 7:01am On Oct 22
Nigeria is beyond redemption, that is why we ask to be released from this shambolic arrangement
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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by PeaceJoyLove: 7:02am On Oct 22
Nigeria is so corrupt that I do not know if things can change. Even with this noise, those who did not pay will run into trouble. This is how it has always been. I can bet you that those who raised noise risked been blacklisted. It is when they want to fly out they will understand. This country called Nigeria is finished.

Personally, I am already giving up finally. I do not think God can ever redeem Nigeria.

I used to have a little faith in God using Prof Osinbajo, but recently, the man has been saying rubbish. I mean, this nation is messed.

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Crochet: 7:04am On Oct 22
Everyday thIngs keep getting bad, everybody wants to enrich themselves through illegal means, as they say you chop I chop, government they chop their own make I chop mine too. Greedy people yet you run to American to enjoy their system because its working and corrupt free and behave normal but back home we behave like animals.

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Emmanuel909090: 7:05am On Oct 22
Nigeria is a failed State.

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by lexy2014: 7:09am On Oct 22
bolaayenimo:
Temidayo Akinsuyi, Lagos


https://independent.ng/lagos-airport-scandal-passengers-refuse-to-pay-pcr-test-fee-into-private-account/


mannabbqgrills, theraregem1, okefranci, joylove2324, shooyie, ovamboland, benuejosh, vedaxcool, nonpartisan1, buckeyemedia1...i thought u guys say your paymasters are fighting corruption? how come we are still having this? are u sure your paymasters are actually running this country or they are just sitting idly and helplessly watching as things drift out of control? this is at the our so called international airport. immigration steals from nigerians by charging 45k for 27k passport yet your paymasters are absent to curb the rot after so much fanfare of anti corruption fight

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Prenonjebose: 7:09am On Oct 22
Nonsense. The NCDC that daily gives update on Covid 19 death is having problem with it's site for how long. The extra money charged on each passenger is for what purpose? I would not be surprised that all this is planned by NCDC officials in connivance with the state officials. The amount is huge considering the number of passengers that arrive from UK every week.

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by virginchaser(m): 7:10am On Oct 22
Oh! Great guys. I pray we get more of such people. The other day, a scammed passenger was crying like a child on human right TV after he claimed he was scammed. He was on able to locate address sent to him to do his text.
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by nedekid: 7:11am On Oct 22
dfrost:


And the extra ₦1,000+ on top is for what? Logistics I guess? angry

"The details of the account should be revealed and proper investigation should be carried out on the culprits"

Below are the details of the account revealed,

"They were handed over a note that read, ‘1433844324, Access Bank, N51,950, Williams Oladip­upo’"

Nb: the poster I responded to asked for details of the account to be revealed, I only responded to the fact, that has already been done, and the reasons they gave revealed, hence no reason to waste time on long talk talk investigation, enough evidence is there to take action.

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by nedekid: 7:11am On Oct 22
nairavsdollars:
did they inform the governor or minister before taking that decision?quote author=nedekid post=106952564]
What details of the account do you need again?
They have said the account belongs to their staff, and it was made available when people could not acess the agency site for payment.

"The details of the account should be revealed and proper investigation should be carried out on the culprits"

Below are the details of the account revealed,

"They were handed over a note that read, ‘1433844324, Access Bank, N51,950, Williams Oladip­upo’"

Nb: the poster I responded to asked for details of the account to be revealed, I only responded to the fact, that has already been done, and the reasons they gave revealed, hence no reason to waste time on long talk talk investigation, enough evidence is there to take action.
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Princedapace(m): 7:15am On Oct 22
Nigeria is a mumu country and very shameless..

Anyone defending Nigeria is either a member of the looting elites or a total idi*t grin

The ones who amuses me the most are the very poor ones who defend Nigeria. Those ones are special idi*ts grin
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by when2(f): 7:19am On Oct 22
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Corruption in every sphere of the country.

Can you just imagine this wickedness and calamity
Like wtf! shocked
Everything to them is MONEY, MONEY, MONEY!!

*HOME TRUTH*

*On every level, Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria*.
Read along to understand our reasons for saying so......

I run a manufacturing business and a trading business.
The biggest challenge in my manufacturing business is not power, or infrastructure, the
biggest challenge is getting honest staff.
Everyone we hire appears to be on a mission to steal as much as possible.
Inflated invoices, recording less than the actual number of units produced.
The worst part of it all is that all the fraud we've uncovered is not done by a single person, it's usually many staff who collude with each other, from production, to sales, to finance, even top management.
There was a year I overhauled management 3 times in a year.........
But me, I've found a solution sha, I now use Indian management.
So competent, so honest and so straightforward.
I thought they were expensive at first with all the visa fees, accommodation, house staff, but now that losses due to staff theft have been reduced to a minimum, and efficiency increased, the Indian management has turned out to be cheaper than the previous Nigerian management.
Now, all sensitive positions involving money go to Indians. Nigerians are only allowed in non-sensitive positions.
I used to criticize companies like Dangote Group that hire so many Indians when there are many unemployed Nigerians, but now, I understand their decision.

My biggest challenge in the trading business is the same, getting honest staff.
The form of trading occurs in the open market, and involves staff having access to huge sums of money running into a few millions.
I know how much I pay to security companies to provide escorts for the staff, not to prevent robbery, but to ensure that the staff go straight to the bank to deposit the money after the day's sales and not disappear with my money.
This money spent on security companies is even enough to be declared as profitWe have to spend on CCTV, biometric scanners and other things that wouldn't be needed if staff weren't looking for the slightest opportunity to steal.

It got so bad at a point that my main criteria for employing staff was no longer competency but honesty.
At least, competency and skills can be learnt, but once you're dishonest, you're dishonest.

We always complain of the economy and how there are no jobs. I know people abroad who would have loved to set up job creating businesses in Nigeria but they can't because they can't get any trustworthy person to run it.

I know people in Nigeria with so much money, they want to start factories and other job-creating businesses but they can't because they are occupied elsewhere and can't get any trustworthy person to run the business.
So instead of investing in the real sector and creating jobs, they'll just buy treasury bills, while the thieves are shouting no jobs.

Many big businesses would have been born in Nigeria if we could engage in partnerships, but we cant because you can't trust anyone.
This is one advantage the Indians and Lebanese have over us in Nigeria.
They can pull resources together and do mega-business, unlike Nigerians that because only one person must do everything since we can't partner, end up with small, tiny businesses.

Start a poultry and they will be stealing your eggs. Some will even go ahead to be killing the chickens so that they'll be allowed to take them home.

Start an entertainment/viewing/game center and they'll be pocketing your money.
On the days you're around at the business, the money realized will be x10 of the money realized when you're not around..... Because they're eating your money.

Lease out a vehicle to a driver to use and watch as he'll finish you.

Start a restaurant, the same thing will happen. More than half of the total food ingredients will end up in their personal kitchens.

Even ordinary provisions shop, they will find a way to steal.

You'll see them with that their evil, wicked saying "na where person dey work, na there e dey chop, na e make dem dey callam workchop/workshop"...... Just imagine, justifying theft at work.

And you'll see these people point their crooked fingers at politicians when they're not any different. I usually say the reason most Nigerians haven't stolen billions of government money, is simply lack of opportunity.


Again,
*On every level, Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria*.

I want us to discuss how this narrative can change.
As I speak there are several Nigerians here and institutional investors who would love to invest in Nigeria but the character of Nigerians on the global stage has been a drawback.

There are also franchises from Agriculture to Automobiles who wish to enter the Nigerian Market but holding back because of this.

Cc : Coach.


God bless you for taking time out to air your view concerning this.
May Nigeria succeed.




This is nothing but the truth. Nigeria is systematically corrupt.
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Yankee101: 7:19am On Oct 22
Thieves

I pity naija

If you wan see me come yankee
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Umarojavi: 7:20am On Oct 22
Even if they start paying into a federal govt acct.. the money go still miss road.
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by NinjaXmetahuman: 7:22am On Oct 22
InvertedHammer:
/
Bunch of clowns!

They were paying until one person mustered the courage to question the legality of the fraud. All of a sudden, they found their voices.

/
a change starts with someone that says enough is enough
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by meccuno: 7:23am On Oct 22
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Corruption in every sphere of the country.

Can you just imagine this wickedness and calamity
Like wtf! shocked
Everything to them is MONEY, MONEY, MONEY!!

*HOME TRUTH*

*On every level, Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria*.
Read along to understand our reasons for saying so......

I run a manufacturing business and a trading business.
The biggest challenge in my manufacturing business is not power, or infrastructure, the biggest challenge is getting honest staff.
Everyone we hire appears to be on a mission to steal as much as possible.
Inflated invoices, recording less than the actual number of units produced.
The worst part of it all is that all the fraud we've uncovered is not done by a single person, it's usually many staff who collude with each other, from production, to sales, to finance, even top management.
There was a year I overhauled management 3 times in a year.........
But me, I've found a solution sha, I now use Indian management.
So competent, so honest and so straightforward.
I thought they were expensive at first with all the visa fees, accommodation, house staff, but now that losses due to staff theft have been reduced to a minimum, and efficiency increased, the Indian management has turned out to be cheaper than the previous Nigerian management.
Now, all sensitive positions involving money go to Indians. Nigerians are only allowed in non-sensitive positions.
I used to criticize companies like Dangote Group that hire so many Indians when there are many unemployed Nigerians, but now, I understand their decision.

My biggest challenge in the trading business is the same, getting honest staff.
The form of trading occurs in the open market, and involves staff having access to huge sums of money running into a few millions.
I know how much I pay to security companies to provide escorts for the staff, not to prevent robbery, but to ensure that the staff go straight to the bank to deposit the money after the day's sales and not disappear with my money.
This money spent on security companies is even enough to be declared as profitWe have to spend on CCTV, biometric scanners and other things that wouldn't be needed if staff weren't looking for the slightest opportunity to steal.

It got so bad at a point that my main criteria for employing staff was no longer competency but honesty.
At least, competency and skills can be learnt, but once you're dishonest, you're dishonest.

We always complain of the economy and how there are no jobs. I know people abroad who would have loved to set up job creating businesses in Nigeria but they can't because they can't get any trustworthy person to run it.

I know people in Nigeria with so much money, they want to start factories and other job-creating businesses but they can't because they are occupied elsewhere and can't get any trustworthy person to run the business.
So instead of investing in the real sector and creating jobs, they'll just buy treasury bills, while the thieves are shouting no jobs.

Many big businesses would have been born in Nigeria if we could engage in partnerships, but we cant because you can't trust anyone.
This is one advantage the Indians and Lebanese have over us in Nigeria.
They can pull resources together and do mega-business, unlike Nigerians that because only one person must do everything since we can't partner, end up with small, tiny businesses.

Start a poultry and they will be stealing your eggs. Some will even go ahead to be killing the chickens so that they'll be allowed to take them home.

Start an entertainment/viewing/game center and they'll be pocketing your money.
On the days you're around at the business, the money realized will be x10 of the money realized when you're not around..... Because they're eating your money.

Lease out a vehicle to a driver to use and watch as he'll finish you.

Start a restaurant, the same thing will happen. More than half of the total food ingredients will end up in their personal kitchens.

Even ordinary provisions shop, they will find a way to steal.

You'll see them with that their evil, wicked saying "na where person dey work, na there e dey chop, na e make dem dey callam workchop/workshop"...... Just imagine, justifying theft at work.

And you'll see these people point their crooked fingers at politicians when they're not any different. I usually say the reason most Nigerians haven't stolen billions of government money, is simply lack of opportunity.


Again,
*On every level, Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria*.

I want us to discuss how this narrative can change.
As I speak there are several Nigerians here and institutional investors who would love to invest in Nigeria but the character of Nigerians on the global stage has been a drawback.

There are also franchises from Agriculture to Automobiles who wish to enter the Nigerian Market but holding back because of this.

Cc : Coach.


God bless you for taking time out to air your view concerning this.
May Nigeria succeed.

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by segyoms: 7:25am On Oct 22
TRUTH will soon be launched ...
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by aspabay(m): 7:28am On Oct 22
I will first blame the government for encouraging a weak system, then i will blame majority of Nigerians who are naturally inclined to corrupt practices.

Nigerians are inherently corrupt and would cease every opportunity to exploit others
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by MummyD2020(f): 7:31am On Oct 22
bolaayenimo:
Temidayo Akinsuyi, Lagos


https://independent.ng/lagos-airport-scandal-passengers-refuse-to-pay-pcr-test-fee-into-private-account/

WILLIAM OLADIPUPO, are you the one that brought the cure of the corona virus? You or whoever that is hiding behind this account must be an armed rubber
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Oracleforce: 7:31am On Oct 22
What is the federal government is using Covid pandemic to generate money for itself


This country is wicked
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by lereinter(m): 7:32am On Oct 22
I don't know why the man was surprised?

Unfortunately

He might be one of those that voted for buhadisaster -integrity
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by BlackDuke(m): 7:37am On Oct 22
Williams Oladipupo, is that not the name of the SAN that died recently of covid?
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by israelp(m): 7:38am On Oct 22
InvertedHammer:
/
Bunch of clowns!

They were paying until one person mustered the courage to question the legality of the fraud. All of a sudden, they found their voices.

/
oboy dis part wan kee me wth laugh grin
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by manunitedbabes: 7:39am On Oct 22
How can they said passengers are having issues on paying into government's account? And no issues on the private account? Which kind lie this people the lie for us like this?

So won't EFCC arrest him after the payment? Or investigate why people are depositing monies into a private account. Is he jamb? Or waec? Or feul station? Even if he is a supermarket? cheesy

Big time cashout

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by dododawa1: 7:41am On Oct 22
School scam remita is d biggest fruad in Nigeria
Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Daddi: 7:43am On Oct 22
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Corruption in every sphere of the country.

Can you just imagine this wickedness and calamity
Like wtf! shocked
Everything to them is MONEY, MONEY, MONEY!!

*HOME TRUTH*

*On every level, Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria*.
Read along to understand our reasons for saying so......

I run a manufacturing business and a trading business.
The biggest challenge in my manufacturing business is not power, or infrastructure, the biggest challenge is getting honest staff.
Everyone we hire appears to be on a mission to steal as much as possible.
Inflated invoices, recording less than the actual number of units produced.
The worst part of it all is that all the fraud we've uncovered is not done by a single person, it's usually many staff who collude with each other, from production, to sales, to finance, even top management.
There was a year I overhauled management 3 times in a year.........
But me, I've found a solution sha, I now use Indian management.
So competent, so honest and so straightforward.
I thought they were expensive at first with all the visa fees, accommodation, house staff, but now that losses due to staff theft have been reduced to a minimum, and efficiency increased, the Indian management has turned out to be cheaper than the previous Nigerian management.
Now, all sensitive positions involving money go to Indians. Nigerians are only allowed in non-sensitive positions.
I used to criticize companies like Dangote Group that hire so many Indians when there are many unemployed Nigerians, but now, I understand their decision.

My biggest challenge in the trading business is the same, getting honest staff.
The form of trading occurs in the open market, and involves staff having access to huge sums of money running into a few millions.
I know how much I pay to security companies to provide escorts for the staff, not to prevent robbery, but to ensure that the staff go straight to the bank to deposit the money after the day's sales and not disappear with my money.
This money spent on security companies is even enough to be declared as profitWe have to spend on CCTV, biometric scanners and other things that wouldn't be needed if staff weren't looking for the slightest opportunity to steal.

It got so bad at a point that my main criteria for employing staff was no longer competency but honesty.
At least, competency and skills can be learnt, but once you're dishonest, you're dishonest.

We always complain of the economy and how there are no jobs. I know people abroad who would have loved to set up job creating businesses in Nigeria but they can't because they can't get any trustworthy person to run it.

I know people in Nigeria with so much money, they want to start factories and other job-creating businesses but they can't because they are occupied elsewhere and can't get any trustworthy person to run the business.
So instead of investing in the real sector and creating jobs, they'll just buy treasury bills, while the thieves are shouting no jobs.

Many big businesses would have been born in Nigeria if we could engage in partnerships, but we cant because you can't trust anyone.
This is one advantage the Indians and Lebanese have over us in Nigeria.
They can pull resources together and do mega-business, unlike Nigerians that because only one person must do everything since we can't partner, end up with small, tiny businesses.

Start a poultry and they will be stealing your eggs. Some will even go ahead to be killing the chickens so that they'll be allowed to take them home.

Start an entertainment/viewing/game center and they'll be pocketing your money.
On the days you're around at the business, the money realized will be x10 of the money realized when you're not around..... Because they're eating your money.

Lease out a vehicle to a driver to use and watch as he'll finish you.

Start a restaurant, the same thing will happen. More than half of the total food ingredients will end up in their personal kitchens.

Even ordinary provisions shop, they will find a way to steal.

You'll see them with that their evil, wicked saying "na where person dey work, na there e dey chop, na e make dem dey callam workchop/workshop"...... Just imagine, justifying theft at work.

And you'll see these people point their crooked fingers at politicians when they're not any different. I usually say the reason most Nigerians haven't stolen billions of government money, is simply lack of opportunity.


Again,
*On every level, Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria*.

I want us to discuss how this narrative can change.
As I speak there are several Nigerians here and institutional investors who would love to invest in Nigeria but the character of Nigerians on the global stage has been a drawback.

There are also franchises from Agriculture to Automobiles who wish to enter the Nigerian Market but holding back because of this.

Cc : Coach.


God bless you for taking time out to air your view concerning this.
May Nigeria succeed.


You're absolutely correct. In the same vein, there are thousands of trustworthy people around.
I am telling you this for certain.
Trustworthy people abound. The problem is you make enquiry from evil "smart/sharp" people, which you end up regretting.
And those people can't recommend a good person for you, because they won't chop. So, you see?

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Re: MMIA Airport Scandal: UK Returnees Refuse To Pay FG's Money Into Private Account by Kobicove(m): 7:46am On Oct 22
There is corruption everywhere you look in this country sad

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