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Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by sukkot: 11:10am On Dec 04, 2023
So I went to eko Atlantic City yesterday. This is being touted as a world class facility owned by the Lebanese family the Chagourys but as usual anything Nigerians are involved in always turns to jungle aggressive nonsense. People lie to themselves and say the government is the problem with Nigeria but truthfully Nigerias problems is it’s citizens not the government. The citizens are crass and overly aggressive and have no common sense

So here is my encounter. I go to the two towers where the restaurants are. Opposite the towers is a small power generating facility but the gate is always open and it has parking facilities and in fact an ignorant person can mistake the place as the parking facility for the restaurant. Which is where the first world attitude will help clear up the mistake. If you make that mistake in a civilized country of parking in the wrong place they will come up to you and politely tell you that this is not a public parking space and would direct you to the right space to park but noooo not these jungle minded inbreds

So after parking the car I kinda knew this may be a wrong parking spot so I didn’t walk far. Just a little walk to make an inquiry and then I looked back and saw this aboki closing the gate trying to make sure I can’t come back to get my car. I said what are you doing ? Ok let me get my car , this belligerent and loquacious guy was just full of anger, obviously there are many underlying issues if you look at him closely maybe the brain is not functioning optimally due to bad diet etc but his reaction to a slight mistake had me ask him why he is acting as if I killed someone ? I mean the reaction was just too exaggerated for the minor issue at hand. So he kidnapped my car and wouldn’t let me in to collect the car

Then a more reasonable looking guy came out of the facility . I breath a sigh of relief that someone who appears normal who I can speak to is here. He explained to me that next time I should not park there but that I have to pay them money before they can release my car. This guy is trying to extort me in a world class facility. You see how employing Nigerians can degrade your business to jungle level ? Trying to extort me in a world class facility ? I said I don’t have any money with me. He walked away and said that in that case my car is seized and will not be returned to me. He went back in the building

Then a third guy came from another part of the building and asked what was happening. He called the guy who was trying to extort me to come back out, when he called his name it was Ananyo or Anayo. Igbo man. Anyway this third guy identified himself as engineer bayo and told the aboki and Anayo to open the gate and let me come in to retrieve my car. That’s how after almost 1 hour of kidnapping my car I was able to retrieve it

And so in a world class facility we see what Nigerians can reduce your business into, we experience aggression, irrational behavior, exaggerated response to trivial issues, loquaciousness, pugnacious behavior and finally BRIBERY AND EXTORTION. which brings me back to the saying THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT OUR PROBLEM, NIGERIANS ARE OUR PROBLEM
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Re: Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by spinna: 11:27am On Dec 04, 2023
Wonderful parable..Black Jesus..

Unfortunately in this country the same scene could play out anywhere with all combinations of tribes in those 3 positions..

It is the education that should determine who should do what's right as in this case the most educated resolved the wrong..but also the educated are some of the biggest thieves so.. go figure

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Re: Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by AngelicBeing: 11:29am On Dec 04, 2023
sukkot:
So I went to eko Atlantic City yesterday. This is being touted as a world class facility owned by the Lebanese family the Chagourys but as usual anything Nigerians are involved in always turns to jungle aggressive nonsense. People lie to themselves and say the government is the problem with Nigeria but truthfully Nigerias problems is it’s citizens not the government. The citizens are crass and overly aggressive and have no common sense

So here is my encounter. I go to the two towers where the restaurants are. Opposite the towers is a small power generating facility but the gate is always open and it has parking facilities and in fact an ignorant person can mistake the place as the parking facility for the restaurant. Which is where the first world attitude will help clear up the mistake. If you make that mistake in a civilized country of parking in the wrong place they will come up to you and politely tell you that this is not a public parking space and would direct you to the right space to park but noooo not these jungle minded inbreds

So after parking the car I kinda knew this may be a wrong parking spot so I didn’t walk far. Just a little walk to make an inquiry and then I looked back and saw this aboki closing the gate trying to make sure I can’t come back to get my car. I said what are you doing ? Ok let me get my car , this belligerent and loquacious guy was just full of anger, obviously there are many underlying issues if you look at him closely maybe the brain is not functioning optimally due to bad diet etc but his reaction to a slight mistake had me ask him why he is acting as if I killed someone ? I mean the reaction was just too exaggerated for the minor issue at hand. So he kidnapped my car and wouldn’t let me in to collect the car

Then a more reasonable looking guy came out of the facility . I breath a sigh of relief that someone who appears normal who I can speak to is here. He explained to me that next time I should not park there but that I have to pay them money before they can release my car. This guy is trying to extort me in a world class facility. You see how employing Nigerians can degrade your business to jungle level ? Trying to extort me in a world class facility ? I said I don’t have any money with me. He walked away and said that in that case my car is seized and will not be returned to me. He went back in the building

Then a third guy came from another part of the building and asked what was happening. He called the guy who was trying to extort me to come back out, when he called his name it was Ananyo or Anayo. Igbo man. Anyway this third guy identified himself as engineer bayo and told the aboki and Anayo to open the gate and let me come in to retrieve my car. That’s how after almost 1 hour of kidnapping my car I was able to retrieve it

And so in a world class facility we see what Nigerians can reduce your business into, we experience aggression, irrational behavior, exaggerated response to trivial issues, loquaciousness, pugnacious behavior and finally BRIBERY AND EXTORTION. which brings me back to the saying THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT OUR PROBLEM, NIGERIANS ARE OUR PROBLEM
Nlfpmod
Chai, this looks ridiculous , kidnap your car for wrong parking and asking for egunje, nawao shocked
Re: Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by sukkot: 11:39am On Dec 04, 2023
AngelicBeing:
Chai, this looks ridiculous , kidnap your car for wrong parking and asking for egunje, nawao shocked
lmao in a world class facility bro . These guys have turned the Lebanese guys business into nonsense. Doing their own little extortion racket in a supposedly world class facility. That’s naija for you bro. They have degraded that eko Atlantic City to a place of trash. Ashewo coming in and out of the facility, the whole beach front is full of drug paraphernalia and there is trash all over the floor. The place is dead before it has even started. Lol

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Re: Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by sukkot: 11:41am On Dec 04, 2023
spinna:
Wonderful parable..Black Jesus..

Unfortunately in this country the same scene could play out anywhere with all combinations of tribes in those 3 positions..

It is the education that should determine who should do what's right as in this case the most educated resolved the wrong..but also the educated are some of the biggest thieves so.. go figure
you are spot on.
Re: Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by eepeepook: 7:52pm On Dec 14, 2023
Nigerians are the problem and the government is selected from the populace. Everything goes full circle at the end of the day.
Re: Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by ImperialYoruba: 5:16am On Dec 15, 2023
sukkot:
So I went to eko Atlantic City yesterday. This is being touted as a world class facility owned by the Lebanese family the Chagourys but as usual anything Nigerians are involved in always turns to jungle aggressive nonsense. People lie to themselves and say the government is the problem with Nigeria but truthfully Nigerias problems is it’s citizens not the government. The citizens are crass and overly aggressive and have no common sense

So here is my encounter. I go to the two towers where the restaurants are. Opposite the towers is a small power generating facility but the gate is always open and it has parking facilities and in fact an ignorant person can mistake the place as the parking facility for the restaurant. Which is where the first world attitude will help clear up the mistake. If you make that mistake in a civilized country of parking in the wrong place they will come up to you and politely tell you that this is not a public parking space and would direct you to the right space to park but noooo not these jungle minded inbreds

So after parking the car I kinda knew this may be a wrong parking spot so I didn’t walk far. Just a little walk to make an inquiry and then I looked back and saw this aboki closing the gate trying to make sure I can’t come back to get my car. I said what are you doing ? Ok let me get my car , this belligerent and loquacious guy was just full of anger, obviously there are many underlying issues if you look at him closely maybe the brain is not functioning optimally due to bad diet etc but his reaction to a slight mistake had me ask him why he is acting as if I killed someone ? I mean the reaction was just too exaggerated for the minor issue at hand. So he kidnapped my car and wouldn’t let me in to collect the car

Then a more reasonable looking guy came out of the facility . I breath a sigh of relief that someone who appears normal who I can speak to is here. He explained to me that next time I should not park there but that I have to pay them money before they can release my car. This guy is trying to extort me in a world class facility. You see how employing Nigerians can degrade your business to jungle level ? Trying to extort me in a world class facility ? I said I don’t have any money with me. He walked away and said that in that case my car is seized and will not be returned to me. He went back in the building

Then a third guy came from another part of the building and asked what was happening. He called the guy who was trying to extort me to come back out, when he called his name it was Ananyo or Anayo. Igbo man. Anyway this third guy identified himself as engineer bayo and told the aboki and Anayo to open the gate and let me come in to retrieve my car. That’s how after almost 1 hour of kidnapping my car I was able to retrieve it

And so in a world class facility we see what Nigerians can reduce your business into, we experience aggression, irrational behavior, exaggerated response to trivial issues, loquaciousness, pugnacious behavior and finally BRIBERY AND EXTORTION. which brings me back to the saying THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT OUR PROBLEM, NIGERIANS ARE OUR PROBLEM
Nlfpmod

OP, you were trying to reason with animals. Next time do not argue with them, go out and recruit 4 alayes to escort you back and talk animal language to them. UTC dey under alaye dansiki, e just need to lift up the hem and establish their line of sight. Thats all!

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Re: Weird Encounter With Igbo Hausa And Yoruba Man At Eko Atlantic City Yesterday by sukkot: 5:33am On Dec 15, 2023
ImperialYoruba:


OP, you were trying to reason with animals. Next time do not argue with them, go out and recruit 4 alayes to escort you back and talk animal language to them. UTC dey under alaye dansiki, e just need to lift up the hem and establish their line of sight. Thats all!
lol its impossible to go out if you have no car. the distance of where i was to the main gate is like 4 miles. and they dont allow public transport into their facilities so i would have to walk 4 miles to find alayes cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy . but i get your point. Salute

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