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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by YourGFsnatcher: 10:48am On Nov 08, 2023
Some molluscs will still be depending politicians. Hollow brain people.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Drsnives(m): 10:49am On Nov 08, 2023
Kweeke oo

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Dubetex96(m): 10:49am On Nov 08, 2023
Worst is yet to come expect more shege pro-mas


Renewed hopelessness


EMILOKON was busy budgeting millions of dollars for the office of the first lady while the economy is busy nose diving at every point.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by seborrhic: 10:49am On Nov 08, 2023
Jokerman:
This is not good.

Augumentrin that is used in hospitals that help CS women heal faster, that is usually bought at 5K/7K is now 32/34K because of events as these.

Government should please do something about this...
Your own augmentin must be coming from space
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by BarrElChapo(m): 10:50am On Nov 08, 2023
Nawa oo
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by SalamRushdie: 10:50am On Nov 08, 2023
Ikaeniyan0:
How much drugs like Augmentin go com b bayi? 🙆

Last time I hear it was about 19k

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Luckysbab: 10:51am On Nov 08, 2023
Soliddust3030:


My wife told me this morning that a pharmacy in Asaba sells it at over 20k I was speechless. How I was buy only 1 child drug for that amount. We are in for a long ride.

You say 20k and some others have been saying up there It's 35k. Who con dey talk truth?

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Luckysbab: 10:51am On Nov 08, 2023
seborrhic:

Your own augmentin must be coming from soace

I tire.
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by SALLYBERRY01(m): 10:51am On Nov 08, 2023
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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Justiceleague1: 10:52am On Nov 08, 2023
Nobody should talk o... otherwise those insensitive headless ronus who are at variance with the truth will quickly attack you and term you ipob grin

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by iwaeda: 10:52am On Nov 08, 2023
SalamRushdie:
Harder times for Nigerians as leading international pharmaceutical Sanofi announces it's exit from the Nigerian market on the heels of GlaxoSmith exit...for those with interest in the the Pharmaceutics market this is a really huge blow as Sanofi is the last bastion for cheap quality antibiotics .

Why is the govt sitting back and allowing these guys leave like this?



https://pharmanewsonline.com/sanofi-to-discontinue-direct-operations-in-nigeria-soon/#:~:text=Sanofi%2DAventi%20Nigeria%2C%20a%20leading,operations%20in%20Nigeria%20in%202024.

Renewed hopelessness leading to joblessness and depression. grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by just2endowed: 10:52am On Nov 08, 2023
Jokerman:
This is not good.

Augumentrin that is used in hospitals that help CS women heal faster, that is usually bought at 5K/7K is now 32/34K because of events as these.

Government should please do something about this...

Emilokan will rather look else where.

Someone that have billions of naira, someone that was the first state governor to enact law as pension for governor and receive hundreds of millions of naira as life pension and up till today he has not instructed LASG to stop paying him the criminal pension despite receiving salary as a president currently.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Confirm4real(m): 10:53am On Nov 08, 2023
Agbo sellers right now...

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Rubyjade: 10:53am On Nov 08, 2023
Do you know how many jobs will be lost?
Kukutente23:
Wow. Good. We have to kill importation according to Tinubu's agbado irritants. Local production is the way to go!!
Agbo jedi is a good substitute to the chalks and powders these people claim to be making. Iya Alagbo will earn us badly needed forex to turn our economy around.
The failed pharmacist hawking audio free stuffs can now dust his pharmacy Certificate and provide jobs in the pharmaceutical sector instead of hating on doctors out of inferiority complex

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Image123(m): 10:54am On Nov 08, 2023
No be buy naira to grow naira una want? Una go still wail this one join?
People who have NEVER heard the name "SANOFI" before will wail uncontrollably even than their employees just for political ejaculations.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Westernlove: 10:55am On Nov 08, 2023
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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Justiceleague1: 10:55am On Nov 08, 2023
horsepower102:
The truth is that Nigeria’s only hope to attract FDI is their diaspora.

When the diaspora invest and succeed, it gives other foreign investors confidence to also invest.

This past election left a bitter taste and has drastically reduced diaspora remittances.

The only thing Nigeria can do it to elect a good transparent leader that will restructure and open up the economy while actively engaging the diaspora to come home to invest.



ahhh you don't seem to have heard the latest,they instead wanna deport 14000 Nigerians from Germany

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Jevica: 10:55am On Nov 08, 2023
Emilokan spent several weeks wooing foreign investors to invest in a dead economy and existing one are exiting the shore of Nigeria due to unfavourable economy conditions.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Fearyourcreator: 10:56am On Nov 08, 2023
Gentino:
It's so unfortunate that people who do not understand economy in this critical time hijacked governance and enmeshed everyone in this mess. E no go better for INEC, APC and emilokan gangs.
E no go better for you too .. na your brothers ran the company down... cus of olosho and show offs...

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by seguno2: 10:56am On Nov 08, 2023
SalamRushdie:
Harder times for Nigerians as leading international pharmaceutical Sanofi announces it's exit from the Nigerian market on the heels of GlaxoSmith exit...for those with interest in the the Pharmaceutics market this is a really huge blow as Sanofi is the last bastion for cheap quality antibiotics .

Why is the govt sitting back and allowing these guys leave like this?

https://pharmanewsonline.com/sanofi-to-discontinue-direct-operations-in-nigeria-soon/#:~:text=Sanofi%2DAventi%20Nigeria%2C%20a%20leading,operations%20in%20Nigeria%20in%202024.

The CSU olodo who used Yorubalokan to get his Emilokan ambition will finish us all in this Ẹnikanlomọ shege of continuing extreme poverty.

If you know you know.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Angelfrost(m): 10:56am On Nov 08, 2023
Another one bites the dust...!

GSK too is gone... Astrazeneca left earlier.

Those of you falling sick anyhow or living your lives anyhow... Time to sit up and take better care of your health.

I seriously pity those with terminal and chronic ailments... The cost of healthcare and medication will destroy lives. cry

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by KIDfurniture(m): 10:57am On Nov 08, 2023
Tinubu put em there. Abi you don forget ? Tinubu created the mess from day 1. Now he is here to destroy it further. He wants to recover all the money spent since 2019.







BigDawsNet:
Mehn everyone is moving...

The previous government should be blamed also... Tinubu met missedup government..

It will take grace of God to clean this country

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by chukiz(m): 10:57am On Nov 08, 2023
This is just the beginning, Nigeria is a sinking ship, but APC has speed up the process. It's either will come as one and fight this greedy politicians or japa. Very soon Nigeria vs Venezuela. Economy

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Blaze14k: 10:57am On Nov 08, 2023
Ikaeniyan0:
How much drugs like Augmentin go com b bayi? 🙆

Buh this is what u guys want and now he is borrowing 7billion dollars how are we to manage the debt servicing cos I'm definitely sure there's no way of paying back that loan. Even dangote we hope to reduce the price of fuel is not even going to get crude from nnpc. Even if he does it won't create much impact except job creation.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Kukutente23: 10:57am On Nov 08, 2023
Image123:
No be buy naira to grow naira una want? Una go still wail this one join?
People who have NEVER heard the name "SANOFI" before will wail uncontrollably even than their employees just for political ejaculations.
So what exactly is your point

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by wittywriter: 10:57am On Nov 08, 2023
FreeStuffsNG:

The Chinese and the Indians are outcompeting them. They will come back some day after they have restrategized.
Check my signature for free stuffs!
HateBigots:

As expected 🤣..Sunkanmi .
Waiting for your fellow Zomb LeoDeTribalist to mention Obi or IPOB.


Wittyness.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by seguno2: 10:58am On Nov 08, 2023
Solsix:
Renewed hope

Renewed hopelessness.


Fixed.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by chigator2: 10:59am On Nov 08, 2023
FreeStuffsNG:

The Chinese and the Indians are outcompeting them. They will come back some day after they have restrategized. Check my signature for free stuffs!

Guy leave this stupidity ooh, just leave it aside. Your are a grown ass man for christ's sake. Yesterday, manufacturer's report showed how companies are making huge losses and you are here capping trash. Do you think that Dangote cement and these other multinationals will remain in Nigeria if their business operations could be remodeled to reduce their physical presence in the Nigerian ecosystem ?

You guys will sink this country and yes I will thank God for it. Biafra is coming.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by OneCandleAway(f): 11:01am On Nov 08, 2023
horsepower102:
The truth is that Nigeria’s only hope to attract FDI is their diaspora.

When the diaspora invest and succeed, it gives other foreign investors confidence to also invest.

This past election left a bitter taste and has drastically reduced diaspora remittances.

The only thing Nigeria can do it to elect a good transparent leader that will restructure and open up the economy while actively engaging the diaspora to come home to invest.




Nobody is coming hone to die in the name of investment. So many have died already and taught others a lesson. Even south west isn't safe. So many would love to be in different agricultural sectors but safety isn't guaranteed.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by seguno2: 11:01am On Nov 08, 2023
chukiz:
This is just the beginning, Nigeria is a sinking ship, but APC has speed up the process. It's either will come as one and fight this greedy politicians or japa. Very soon Nigeria vs Venezuela. Economy

What of Zimbabwe that is also on our continent, exporting their hopeless extreme poverty paupers to South Africa, which oyinbos built

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Major1984(m): 11:01am On Nov 08, 2023
Tinubu has destroyed this country by removing fuel subsidy

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