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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by YouAreNobody: 11:57am On Nov 08, 2023
Gandrova:
Get lost ! Can you name one single achievement made by your scammer Pithobi, when he was a governor.
He can never rule Nigeria.
We don't need a chronic liar as a president.

Obi would never have plunged this country into this sort of quagmire as Tinubu is.

You claim Tinubu built Lagos but even you know Lagos was Nigeria's capital for 77 years, and was built by the British. It's just like Wike coming tomorrow to claim he built Abuja.

You lots supported Buhari (who was sponsored by Tinubu) and he sickened Nigeria. You same daft lots are supporting Tinubu as he's killing and burying this country.

You people are incredibly wicked. When Amaechi said Nigerians will rather commit suicide than hold their leaders responsible, he was referring to people from your region, https://www.punchng.com/79-nigerians-commit-suicide-in-2022/

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Coldie(m): 11:58am On Nov 08, 2023
Na statistics we go chop

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Maxtipulation(m): 11:58am On Nov 08, 2023
grin grin grin
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Kukutente23: 11:59am On Nov 08, 2023
nedekid:

Folks like you don't live in naija, you write from abroad.
2 weeks ago, 2 of the stunchest apc supporters, right from the time of buhari till this present regime we saw on fb have relocated to Canada with their families.
One of them spoken to said he saw no future for his family any longer in naija. So niggar was processing Canadian japa yet fostering two desasters on Nigerians?
People should ask Canadian govt to deport them on twitter.
You bring calamity on your country claiming to love the country only to run away to another man's land to go and enjoy what the citizens of this countries worked for.
Such people should be deported. It has nothing to do with hate but putting your money where your mouth is

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by ridwintin89(m): 12:07pm On Nov 08, 2023
What you don't know about international company ejection expectially in pharmaceutical is because the market is polarized.The competition is high.
Nigeria manufacturers have gone high in pharmaceutical industry.What we need in this country now is not pharmaceutical or food production industry .
We need engineering and technology input to help our economy.
We cannot manufacture ordinary phone charger, brake pad even charger cord .
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by KingGeedorah(m): 12:07pm On Nov 08, 2023
Since my inhaler finished some months ago, l now use Asmanol tablets

Inhaler is now between 4k-7k and the tablets are 550 naira

Am just grateful that l have not had a serious attack

keeping fingers crossed

Angelfrost:


Day don dey break abi?!

Imagine an Asthmatic patient who uses Ventolin Inhaler almost everyday... Or those on good foreign drugs for chronic conditions like Diabetes.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by kaymart: 12:12pm On Nov 08, 2023
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
Go get a life mumu
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by koxovab7(m): 12:13pm On Nov 08, 2023
Tinubu built Lagos, e reach Nigeria turn, cement finish. He can't build again.

Take me there, take me there.... He keeps shouting. They have taken him there, Baba no longer knows his left and right.

I pity the less privileged and those who barely eat 3 square meal in a day.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by adioolayi(m): 12:19pm On Nov 08, 2023
These guys are smart...

Putting all associated business risks on third parties.

It's just an avenue to maximize profits...running away from multiple taxes, workforce pensions and compensations, legal suits and all other risks.

Anyways...it's a good one for any third party that wins the bid for distribution.

What will Nigerians lose? Well, we will lose some sort of price discount a pharmaceutical company based here can give as a form of CSR..asides that, nothing more.
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Angelfrost(m): 12:23pm On Nov 08, 2023
KingGeedorah:
Since my inhaler finished some months ago, l now use Asmanol tablets

Inhaler is now between 4k-7k and the tablets are 550 naira

Am just grateful that l have not had a serious attack

keeping fingers crossed


It is well with your health... Try and stay safe.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by OboOlora(f): 12:33pm On Nov 08, 2023
不不不不不不不不
Nigerians will now be left to buy made in Nigeria drugs.
Emzor products wey be say if u take 10tablets of their paracetamol, ur head go just de chill and laugh

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Alwaysachick: 12:37pm On Nov 08, 2023
KingGeedorah:
Since my inhaler finished some months ago, l now use Asmanol tablets

Inhaler is now between 4k-7k and the tablets are 550 naira

Am just grateful that l have not had a serious attack

keeping fingers crossed


Gsk produces inhaler
Sanofi Franol

Both used by asthmatic patients, this man came with "let the poor breathe" but he wants to kill them. Shame on him
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by emmanuelbrown26: 12:40pm On Nov 08, 2023
seborrhic:

Your own augmentin must be coming from space
Don't argue what u know nothing about. Some are selling 28k, some locations 30k+

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by emmanuelbrown26: 12:41pm On Nov 08, 2023
Luckysbab:


You say 20k and some others have been saying up there It's 35k. Who con dey talk truth?
Outside Lagos is being sold BTW 20 to 25k
While some locations in Lagos is bring sold at 28 to 35k depending

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Amagoodfellow05: 12:41pm On Nov 08, 2023
it's exit from the Nigerian market on the heels of GlaxoSmith exit...







So glaxosmith done go??
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Amagoodfellow05: 12:48pm On Nov 08, 2023
KingGeedorah:
Since my inhaler finished some months ago, l now use Asmanol tablets

Inhaler is now between 4k-7k and the tablets are 550 naira

Am just grateful that l have not had a serious attack

keeping fingers crossed

I couldn't afford the inhaler for my son since too. So he is taking sabutamol and prednisolone. When he have attacks, we just pray to God to see him tru. And he misses school sometimes due to attacks
.
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by emmanuelbrown26: 12:49pm 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.
What do u know about Sanofi?
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by themanderon: 12:50pm On Nov 08, 2023
horsepower102:
The truth is that Nigerias 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 is elect a good transparent leader who will restructure and open up the economy while actively engaging the diaspora to come home to invest.




The powers that be would never allow the people to elect the right leaders. We saw it during the last elections. That is why the so-called leaders come in and act the way they want because they know they never derived their power from the people. Only God will help us because Nigerians are so docile when it comes to fighting for their rights. The political class knows this and uses it against them.
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by engrchykae(m): 12:53pm On Nov 08, 2023
Emi lokan
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by repogirl(f): 12:55pm On Nov 08, 2023
Flagyl price about to quintuple! embarassed

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Bigkoko: 1:01pm On Nov 08, 2023
Those that love voting along tribal lines are busy commiting sucide due to hardship!


SuccessfulRichi:
This is what we get when we vote a known thief, drugs lords and gangsters as leaders. WTF. Akpabio a questionable character, Tinubu a drugs Lord AKA Pablo Escobar. What do you expect in the international scene. Bleep tribalism, Bleep Nigeria bad leaders lastly Bleep Nigerians. They're all evil lazy Black animals undecided undecided

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by themanderon: 1:02pm On Nov 08, 2023
FreeStuffsNG:

The Chinese and the Indians are outcompeting them. They will come back some day after they have restrategized. In business, you innovate or die.

Now Sanofi will free up more cash to improve their margins and make their products more competitive against generic products coming from China and India. Our indigenous pharmaceutical companies doing importation business only should learn from this because some day, same thing that is happening to Sanofi today will happen to them.Check my signature for free stuffs!

You never have anything reasonable to say. I have told you before that the evil you support today will surely find you out. You may think you are benefiting from the rot you masters are unleashing on hapless citizens but the tiger you are breeding today will surely brutally eat you up someday. Just continue.

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Ezini(f): 1:03pm On Nov 08, 2023
Chai ooh no
Sanofi
Its well
Glaxo left now Sanofi
Lord help us ,
Me too
Will soon leave Lagos to my village biko
E don dey be as e get
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by dominic17: 1:03pm On Nov 08, 2023
We heard the same thing during Buhari's time we even heard "1 time was not enough we should give him second time" we also heard Sariki being the Senate president didn't not allow him to work we know how it ended.
AbuTwins:
Nigeria is in a resetting stage!

That's how it would be!

It will first get tougher!

Wema Bank for example posted over 100% profit!

Companies that can't compete would of course fold up!

Many of those complaining won't say pim if it the president had been been their candidates and the masses were facing this!

$1 depreciated from 1300 to close to 1000, how many people here were hopeful?

It will just ginger their "Oliver Twist" get rich quickly mentality!

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Sofistcatdmoron: 1:18pm On Nov 08, 2023
Because of afunja people
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by BigDawsNet: 1:20pm On Nov 08, 2023
Angelfrost:


Abeg, leave God out of this.

You can't purchase your way to power, and start placing a demand on the Supernatural.

Great nations were not built that way.

He has the power, the money, and the connections... now the questions is what are we gonna do?
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by BigDawsNet: 1:21pm On Nov 08, 2023
poseidon12:


Tinubu was a part of the last administration.

He installed the last government but wasn't included in the administration...

Now he took his turn "Emilokan" right... I'm not sure he understood what his doing
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by BigDawsNet: 1:23pm On Nov 08, 2023
KIDfurniture:
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.








He put him dere... the administration sidelined him...

He went back to recover the sit... now his dere confused on where to start or how to fix it
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by slowice(m): 1:24pm On Nov 08, 2023
He is seriously building Nigeria like he built eko..... Mason werey

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Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Chibuezem(m): 1:26pm On Nov 08, 2023
horsepower102:


Well thats the only choice. If people on the outside dont fell confidence in Nigerias leadership, they will never invest their hard earned money.

India, Vietnam, and Bangladesh are developing because their diaspora initially came back and started companies.
true we just need good leaders, our country is richly blessed.... I hope that Tinubu will perform well otherwise naija go turn to hell fire.
Re: Sanofi To Discontinue Direct Operations In Nigeria by Treadway: 1:34pm On Nov 08, 2023
Lol.

I mean if Nigerian Breweries that has been largely and vastly profitable for decades even before I was born can now be posting billions of naira as losses no thanks to harsh business environment, insanely high operating costs/business overheads and the final nail in the coffin called naira devaluation, then that should tell you things are beyond f**ked.

Which is why I jus dey laff when my bro Sukkot is saying people shouldn't hold dollars. All these companies that are in trouble now are majorly in trouble because they did not hold their earnings in a stable currency. Any company that didn't convert their earnings/profit from last FY are already fu*ked by that singular move. Most have been outrightly liquidated and the effect is what we are seeing. Imagine making 5 billion in profit and holding that in naira only for it to be devalued losan kan oru Kan. Now it is time to buy materials for production and suddenly your whole profit of 5b is not enough to even buy what you would have bought for say 3b before. Before you'd have pocketed 2b for your hard work, but now you have no profit and don't even have enough money to buy the materials to continue production.

Same with individuals, just by holding naira you are f**king poorer by the minute. No be sere sere this thing wey dey unfold.

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