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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by nabiz(m): 2:15pm On Feb 21
Typing:



Na Enugu I dey now. Come and see poverty. Anambra, Imo, Abia and Ebonyi is worst. I've been to all these places. Poor people yapa for this Region
keep consoling yourself. I am also in enugu now at centenary city. An average igbo man is laughing at this present Nigeria condition. Not that it is not affecting the but not the way it will affect other people. If this get much in the east you see individual distributing food to the lesser privileged while your richest men in Africa will be flying around the world

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by nabiz(m): 2:17pm On Feb 21
descarado:

Hey, shelve it there. When you grow up and have family you are responsible for, you can come back with a rebuttal. By the way, I didn't read that rubbish.
Small children feeling fly online. Like seriously.
Go and get busy with your life. Adviser.
oga go and get a life. i am not the cause of your predicament. I have a wonderful family of 4 children. More responsible than your entire generation. Muntula

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Typing: 2:23pm On Feb 21
Notasyouthink:
What is stopping those una rich men from feeding and paying una bills?

Why are you lots shouting ebi mpiawa azu grin grin grin


Nobody is lazy for my side. We are not like Onitsha people. Do you know that, Onitsha have the largest numbers of Agberos in Nigeria? The numbers of Agberos in Onitsha alone is almost equal to the population of Lagos State grin
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by ibechris(m): 2:25pm On Feb 21
Nbote:
It is foolish to say it may not affect Igbos. We buy from the same market, we operate under the same economy and we are all facing the economic realities together. The only difference is the average Igbo man will adapt without complain


U don't buy under the same market...that is what he just told u now.

He buys and stored which one did u store ? How is it the same market?
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by ibechris(m): 2:29pm On Feb 21
nabiz:
2006 when buhari became a president. I know i studied his body language and advice Nigerians on how to survive on this thread. https://www.nairaland.com/2811049/how-survive-2016-expected-economic

Some called me a prophet of doom, but when Buhari started dealing with them, the started to edit their post and called me a prophet. I am not a prophet. As an igbo business man, I only have the ability to see the future base on data available to me.


U are a smart igbo man...pls,remove Sharifs name and keep it away from these wolves and vultures.

I have stored food in my house,tomatoes,beans,rice and now,I need a bag of milk to complete what I want.

This year January told my oga a Yoruba who is a nairalander here to store food. He said no that he want to use his money to buy a contruction equipment for rental. I tried all I can to discourage him because I know in time like this contruction will not move but he refused. I even beg him to store the food and resale it by July and still buy the equipment with change he refused and went ahead to buy the equipment. Till now he has not rent out this equipment. Cement has increased and no chance breaking even the cost of this machine in the nearest future.

I told him I want to buy food he started laughing at me. Even jokingly called my wife to discourage me. Their laugh did not move me. I came online to start learning about food storage. I spent 2 day and night to study food storage. I can in contact with a good hausa friend on this nairaland. His user name is shariff84. Who help me buy food from. The north. I also get another woman from benue state to by for me. All my storage cost me about 5miill

I bought this food last month and within this January/ February some of the food have double while my friend is yet to make any rent. eg beans garri, rice, yarm etc.

What am I trying to say

We Igbos are mostly traders. As trader you are very closer to market data and trend. A trader can easily analyze and focast the likely future price of good unlike a civil servant. A hausa man is also in a good position to focus the future price of Agriculture but they don't because everything is the will of God, and beliefs that When the time comes God will provide.

To average igbo man everything is about business
To housa man everything is about religion
To a Yoruba man everything is about entertainment.



Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by ibechris(m): 2:30pm On Feb 21
nabiz:
2006 when buhari became a president. I know i studied his body language and advice Nigerians on how to survive on this thread. https://www.nairaland.com/2811049/how-survive-2016-expected-economic

Some called me a prophet of doom, but when Buhari started dealing with them, the started to edit their post and called me a prophet. I am not a prophet. As an igbo business man, I only have the ability to see the future base on data available to me.


This year January told my oga a Yoruba who is a nairalander here to store food. He said no that he want to use his money to buy a contruction equipment for rental. I tried all I can to discourage him because I know in time like this contruction will not move but he refused. I even beg him to store the food 3and resale it by July and still buy the equipment with change he refused and went ahead to buy the equipment. Till now he has not rent out this equipment. Cement has increased and no chance breaking even the cost of this machine in the nearest future.

I told him I want to buy food he started laughing at me. Even jokingly called my wife to discourage me. Their laugh did not move me. I came online to start learning about food storage. I spent 2 day and night to study food storage. I can in contact with a good hausa friend on this nairaland. His user name is shariff84. Who help me buy food from. The north. I also get another woman from benue state to by for me. All my storage cost me about 5miill

I bought this food last month and within this January/ February some of the food have double while my friend is yet to make any rent. eg beans garri, rice, yarm etc.

What am I trying to say

We Igbos are mostly traders. As trader you are very closer to market data and trend. A trader can easily analyze and focast the likely future price of good unlike a civil servant. A hausa man is also in a good position to focus the future price of Agriculture but they don't because everything is the will of God, and beliefs that When the time comes God will provide.

To average igbo man everything is about business
To housa man everything is about religion
To a Yoruba man everything is about entertainment.






U are a smart igbo man...pls,remove Sharifs name and keep it away from these wolves and vultures.

I have stored food in my house,tomatoes,beans,rice and now,I need a bag of milk to complete what I want.
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Brainmytool: 2:37pm On Feb 21
Sir am from Abia State. Please can I need your WhatsApp contact. I will like to get foodstuff for me and my family. I have been wanting to go to Benue state to get foodstuff. But due to insecurity, I am a bit scared to embark on the journey and also it will be my first time there. So is a bit risky. I really appreciate your response.
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by grandstar(m): 2:37pm On Feb 21
nabiz

An Igbo woman who sells puffpuff was lamenting today that the bag of flour she used to buy for 50,000 is now 58000.

She complained that not only did she not make s gain on the last bag she bought but had to add money to purchase a new bag.

It will affect Igbos wella. You're the jews of Nigeria.

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by nabiz(m): 2:41pm On Feb 21
grandstar:
nabiz

An Igbo woman who sells puffpuff was lamenting today that the bag of flour she used to buy for 50,000 is now 58000.

She complained that not only did she not make s gain on the last bag she bought but had to add money to purchase a new bag.

It will affect Igbos wella. You're the jews of Nigeria.
i don't sell food stuff. I do storage and not everytime.i don't it when I see th opportunity
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by nabiz(m): 2:43pm On Feb 21
ibechris:




U are a smart igbo man...pls,remove Sharifs name and keep it away from these wolves and vultures.

I have stored food in my house,tomatoes,beans,rice and now,I need a bag of milk to complete what I want.
alright bro
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Emibolt: 2:45pm On Feb 21
I love that man's motive up there
Can I have your contact too so that you put me through on how you purchase and get it delivered to you. Thanks man
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Typing: 2:48pm On Feb 21
nabiz:
keep consoling yourself. I am also in enugu now at centenary city. An average igbo man is laughing at this present Nigeria condition. Not that it is not affecting the but not the way it will affect other people. If this get much in the east you see individual distributing food to the lesser privileged while your richest men in Africa will be flying around the world

People in Enugu are feeling the heat more. A plate of rice like this in this Enugu is 4,200. A cup of uncooked rice is 850 here in Enugu.

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by nabiz(m): 2:48pm On Feb 21
Emibolt:
I love that man's motive up there
Can I have your contact too so that you put me through on how you purchase and get it delivered to you. Thanks man
if you want to buy you can Google sheriff. He is on this forum. He is a nice guy. You can follow his price update in this forum. Pls check very well. I dont know if not is still allowing foom to come south in big Quantities, unless you are not from the south
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by nabiz(m): 2:50pm On Feb 21
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People in Enugu are feeling the heat more. A plate of rice like this in this Enugu is 4,200. A cup of uncooked rice is 850 here in Enugu.
yes and the have the purchasing power.
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Entprys(m): 2:58pm On Feb 21
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Na Enugu I dey now. Come and see poverty. Anambra, Imo, Abia and Ebonyi is worst. I've been to all these places. Poor people yapa for this Region
Dem com dey beg opandan like your pipu dey do for Lokoja ?
Not Igbo people. They have larger population of average, and not ultra poor like M/B and North. In history of existence, Igbos never erected an IDP camp.
Aboki believe in yourself and stop wishing others what befall you
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Typing: 2:59pm On Feb 21
nabiz:
yes and the have the purchasing power.

See people with purchasing power. They have to sell their Children to enable them eat. Their Girls have to sleep with men for a plate of Indomie grin grin


Purchasing power indeed grin

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Typing: 3:05pm On Feb 21
Entprys:

Dem com dey beg opandan like your pipu dey do for Lokoja ?
Not Igbo people. They have larger population of average, and not ultra poor like M/B and North. In history of existence, Igbos never erected an IDP camp.
Aboki believe in yourself and stop wishing others what befall you

IDP camps dey Anambra and Enugu. As Fulani herdsmen Don sack over half of Anambra and Enugu Communities grin

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by nabiz(m): 3:13pm On Feb 21
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See people with purchasing power. They have to sell their Children to enable them eat. Their Girls have to sleep with men for a plate of Indomie grin grin


Purchasing power indeed grin
apart from this picture do you have any other thig to post. The pictures have become boring. If I stste to de post ritual killers in ogun state alone the whole nairaland will collapse. The funny thing is that most of the killer were paid a very chinkili money.
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Typing: 3:17pm On Feb 21
Entprys:

Keep masturbating.


Kikikiki, the thing pain this aidio Billionaire grin grin

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Typing: 3:19pm On Feb 21
nabiz:
apart from this picture do you have any other thig to post. The pictures have become boring. If I stste to de post ritual killers in ogun state alone the whole nairaland will collapse. The funny thing is that most of the killer were paid a very chinkili money.


Chai. My comment really pain this man grin grin

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Putinofrussia: 3:24pm On Feb 21
Typing:


True. No Igbo made the list of the 20 richest Nigerians grin
Forget about ranking.
According to Forbes and Bloomberg who are the only two authentic wealth ranking entities in the world,Hausa/Fulani have 2 dollar billionaires,Yoruba have 4 dollar billionaires while Igbos have none.

What I really meant was during regionalism,when they were given the opportunity to showcase what ingenuity or blah, blah, blah that they have,they failed woefully.

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Bimpe29: 3:42pm On Feb 21
Buhari was President in 2006 according to the ops kiss
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Putinofrussia: 3:47pm On Feb 21
Entprys:

Dem com dey beg opandan like your pipu dey do for Lokoja ?
Not Igbo people. They have larger population of average, and not ultra poor like M/B and North. In history of existence, Igbos never erected an IDP camp.
Aboki believe in yourself and stop wishing others what befall you
Stop lying.
Igboland is a massive IDP camp.

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Notasyouthink: 4:16pm On Feb 21
Typing:



Nobody is lazy for my side. We are not like Onitsha people. Do you know that, Onitsha have the largest numbers of Agberos in Nigeria? The numbers of Agberos in Onitsha alone is almost equal to the population of Lagos State grin
Is that the lies king of agberos and owo mi da(Mc oluomo) told you?

Ok enjoy.
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Typing: 4:25pm On Feb 21
Notasyouthink:
Is that the lies king of agberos and owo mi da(Mc oluomo) told you?

Ok enjoy.

Seems you've never been to Onitsha. Over 80% of their men are Agb$ros
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by Entprys(m): 4:26pm On Feb 21
Putinofrussia:
Stop lying. Igboland is a massive IDP camp.
At'm ngege ! IDP camp occupied by your people nah
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by reXurrectionZA(m): 5:20pm On Feb 21
Typing:


Your wealth is AUDIO wealth. Come East and see the numbers of poor people. I dey Enugu. Even as Enugu small, the numbers of poor people here near pass the population of Lokoja.

The North and West have money, but them no dey make mouth. Una wey no get, na una dey make mouth.
yes poor people dey everywhere, But igbo has the highest number of rich(millionaires) in Nigeria as well as Africa. An average igbo man even if you put am for prision em go still find something to sell. We love MONEY, We are SOLUTION SEEKERS, We are PROUD and We are HARDWORKING. THAT IS THE NATURE OF A TRUE IGBO MAN. and that is why anyhow e be igbo man must CHOP.
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by reXurrectionZA(m): 5:26pm On Feb 21
Notasyouthink:
What is stopping those una rich men from feeding and paying una bills?

Why are you lots shouting ebi mpiawa azu grin grin grin
lmao. How many of those 20 rich men are where they are today without political affiliations, igbo no follow for d chopping of national cake. Therefore we bake our own jumbo sized bread.
Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by MyChoice1: 5:28pm On Feb 21
Sorry to say this, you are part of the problem engulfing this country right now, 5mil worth of food stuff? Just for only you?
Infact I still blame the govt that once said is it statistics we go chop? If not they would have foreseen this abnormal food hoarding movement right on time and take drastic action to control it.

nabiz:
2006 when buhari became a president. I know i studied his body language and advice Nigerians on how to survive on this thread. https://www.nairaland.com/2811049/how-survive-2016-expected-economic

Some called me a prophet of doom, but when Buhari started dealing with them, the started to edit their post and called me a prophet. I am not a prophet. As an igbo business man, I only have the ability to see the future base on data available to me.

This year January told my oga a Yoruba who is a nairalander here to store food. He said no that he want to use his money to buy a contruction equipment for rental. I tried all I can to discourage him because I know in time like this contruction will not move but he refused. I even beg him to store the food and resale it by July and still buy the equipment with change he refused and went ahead to buy the equipment. Till now he has not rent out this equipment. Cement has increased and no chance breaking even the cost of this machine in the nearest future.

I told him I want to buy food he started laughing at me. Even jokingly called my wife to discourage me. Their laugh did not move me. I came online to start learning about food storage. I spent 2 day and night to study food storage. I can in contact with a good hausa friend on this nairaland. His user name is shariff84. Who help me buy food from. The north. I also get another woman from benue state to by for me. All my storage cost me about 5miill

I bought this food last month and within this January/ February some of the food have double while my friend is yet to make any rent. eg beans garri, rice, yarm etc.

What am I trying to say

We Igbos are mostly traders. As trader you are very closer to market data and trend. A trader can easily analyze and focast the likely future price of good unlike a civil servant. A hausa man is also in a good position to focus the future price of Agriculture but they don't because everything is the will of God, and beliefs that When the time comes God will provide.

To average igbo man everything is about business
To housa man everything is about religion
To a Yoruba man everything is about entertainment.



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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by aswani(m): 5:50pm On Feb 21
reXurrectionZA:
yes poor people dey everywhere, But igbo has the highest number of rich(millionaires) in Nigeria as well as Africa. An average igbo man even if you put am for prision em go still find something to sell. We love MONEY, We are SOLUTION SEEKERS, We are PROUD and We are HARDWORKING. THAT IS THE NATURE OF A TRUE IGBO MAN. and that is why anyhow e be igbo man must CHOP.

Enough of the chest beating, ah ah. Dem take am do una ni?

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Re: Why This Food Economic And Food Scarcity May Not Affect Igbos Much by ivolt: 5:53pm On Feb 21
Where do they breed this Nairaland braggart from?
Have you been to the market and not feel the atmosphere?

I don't blame you though, people that are being fed can't tell good or bad times apart.

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