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|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Winneygirl(f): 7:28pm On May 26|
Na wa o. This thing no gel.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Damolux01(m): 7:39pm On May 26|
Winneygirl:9.7 for a year isn't bad at the moment. To think it went lower to 3% some months back. Even when we were romanticizing it. All we got then was 18%. I guess we are making progress. It's coming up gradually.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Winneygirl(f): 7:41pm On May 26|
It went down to 9.65%.
It went downnn....
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 7:43pm On May 26|
We are getting their 9.65% for Treasury Bills
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nezzjnr: 8:06pm On May 26|
He should relocate asap
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by TotoNaRubber: 8:35pm On May 26|
Dollar has been officially devalued to N410/$.
Aboki now selling N493,
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Lazyyouth4u: 8:35pm On May 26|
CEO of Access Bank, do you mean Aig or Wigwe? These are self made men. Their money is surely not inherited money.
And do you know Oga Emma from outside Nairaland? I’m just curious
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by oluayebenz: 8:47pm On May 26|
Why do you advice him to relocate?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nezzjnr: 10:17pm On May 26|
oluayebenz:. Security reasons boss
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by JustAboyy: 10:27pm On May 26|
Akin3891:If you don't mind, what brand of car is that?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 5:12am On May 27|
They are self made men, but their parents were not poor. They are financially independent and do not request upkeep allowance from their children or grandchildren at old age
Aig's dad was a director at NTA, Peter Atedo's father was a top medical doctor one of the first set of people who invested in his son's bank.
Good education is the primary headstart, which their parents gave to them it gave them experience and exposure
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|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 5:41am On May 27|
Nigeria and Nigerians are very poor, I doubt if 3% of the population can boast of a networth of N50 million
It is normal to term people who are averagely doing well financially as being wealthy.
It is normal to send upkeep allowance to our aged parent, so those whose aged parents don't need such allowances rather the aged parents want to pay the school fees of their grandchildren in top private schools. Such aged people will be termed as being wealthy by Nigerian standard.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 6:19am On May 27|
A retired middle class man made sure his working class son paid rent to him for the 2 bedroom apartment he lived at Surulere Lagos
He said he doesn't need allowance from his son, but the son should pay rents for the space he occupied.
6 years after working the young man wanted to get married and he told his father that he would be moving out to get a bigger accommodation because of pressure from his girlfriend
The father objected to his request, that he must have his own property before moving out to rent a place.
The father said he didnt need his rent, he wanted him to be financially independent and responsible.
He had used the rent paid by him over the past 6 years to buy 2 plots of land for him at a commercially viable area of Ikorodu. The balance of 600k was in a money market fund for him to use whenever he was interested in developing the property.
That was how the young man cancelled the idea of renting a bigger apartment that would have costed him well over N1 million. Used the money and the 600k rent saved by his father to start building his own property.
4 years after marriage he is still a tenant in one of his father's houses.
I asked why he has not moved out but only upgraded from a 2 bedroom apartment to a 3 bedroom apartment, he said maybe after building 4 houses. You know I am the only one in Nigeria, I need to be closer to Baba we lost our mother when I was in the University. This is the time for me and the grandchildren to bond with their grandpa.
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|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IyaTola: 7:26am On May 27|
Lazyyouth4u:I have know him since the days he was writing on jarashub blog
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by yazga: 7:41am On May 27|
NL1960:He doesn't stay in that side of Lagos
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 7:51am On May 27|
So you have being following me for years?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by 9jatriot(m): 8:16am On May 27|
As innocent as this question may seem, knowing your antecedent, I can tell that you see seeking for materials to one day call Emma audio.
You made a failed attempt in the past, I know you are still searching for that loophole.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IyaTola: 8:32am On May 27|
emmanuelewumi:Yes Sir and still waiting for the mentoring program, please don't tell me to go and read.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Damolux01(m): 8:59am On May 27|
TotoNaRubber:What's the implication of this please. Aboki was selling at same price too before now.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by oluayebenz: 9:45am On May 27|
So if all rich Nigerian decided to relocate, what will happen to the common man?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Lazyyouth4u: 9:47am On May 27|
You are a bloody clout chaser. Keep it up boy. Notice that I never respond to you. It is because you really don’t matter to me. I know who you are and I know what you are trying to do
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|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Biafran4life(m): 9:52am On May 27|
9jatriot:sense no go kill you. Yo mus be the man who saw tomorrow,lol
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Lazyyouth4u: 9:56am On May 27|
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Lazyyouth4u: 9:58am On May 27|
Oga born again Christian. How is village treating you sir?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Tranquility2345: 10:18am On May 27|
Baba your only contribution on this thread is to troll Lazyyouth. Are you a mod that is trying to use Lazyyouth to keep this thread active? Abi two of una get unfinished business b4?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by 9jatriot(m): 10:36am On May 27|
Sir, no to all 3 statements and questions.
I learn from a lot of remarkable guys here on a ghost mode, but that guy has often times made this place a house of madness that one has to sometimes check to see if you are on the right thread.
Not only that, his/ her action has driven away many great contributors to this thread, if he now successfully drive oga Emma commot here, this thread never finish? He acts as if he is afraid to share the centre stage with others.
If you doubt me, go through 2018/2019 of this thread (at least that was when I took lot of interest here) many of those contributors with robust arguments are no longer here. If you have time, you will notice that many had clash with the guy and as self respecting individuals decided to leave the stage for him before one small boy go come insult them.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by oluayebenz: 11:00am On May 27|
I think that's actually very correct and the level of illiteracy in Nigeria is alarming.
Once you manage to buy a corolla of 2m with 500k savings, you won't imagine the level of hatred that will set in...... you will be automatically tamed a yahoo boy, ritualist and more!
Nigeria still has more rich people than many African countries but the level of illiteracy and hatred in this country is out of the world.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by NL1960: 11:54am On May 27|
Do you know Aig's mother and mother-in-law?.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 12:02pm On May 27|
The mother in law is Evelyn Oputu former CEO of Bank of Industry.
As a secondary school boy in one of the Federal Government Colleges between 1978 and 1982, Aig went to school by air.
That was a luxury for most Nigerians about 40 years ago. Aig's father was not a poor man
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Tranquility2345: 12:04pm On May 27|
Baba I fit no agree with his approach sometimes but the guy dey make sense and I am sure many here agree. Instead of taunting him to be fighting up and down every time why not make your own contributions too and ignore him so that peace can reign here. I don’t think people left here because of him. Treasury bill rate no make sense at the moment. Wetin men dem go dey do here?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by NL1960: 12:06pm On May 27|
Oga Emma audio?. That will be a big laff of the century
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by NL1960: 12:18pm On May 27|
I know of this. His mother was the Chair Person of National Council of Women Society(NCWS) during the IBB and Maryam IBB founded Better Life for Rural Women.
He went to FGC Kaduna. Herbert Wigwe also went to one of the Federal Government Colleges.
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