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Investment / Re: #spend Only 100# And Get Up To 10k A Week by AgamaProf: 9:11pm On Aug 02
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Education / Re: Flood Sweeps Away UNIBEN Student As He Drowns In Abuja by AgamaProf: 6:44pm On Jul 31
I know him.A brilliant,ardent follower of Christ and preacher of his kingdom and so promising young man. He lived in Niger. I was shocked to hear of his demise.

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Family / Re: I Am Having Issues With My Brother’s Wife And Her Two Sisters by AgamaProf: 8:15pm On Jul 18
jubrilELsudan:
YOUR BROTHER'S WIFE IS A WINTCH.

HER SISTERS ARE WINTCHES.

THEIR WHOLE FAMILY ARE WINTCHES.

YOUR BROTHERS WIFE WILL END UP KILLING HIM.

SHE IS CONTROLLING YOUR BROTHER SPIRITUALLY THATS WHY HE CANT BE A MAN AND HANDLE HIS WIFE AND SISTERS AND PUT HIS HOUSE IN ORDER.
True talk
Family / Re: I Am Having Issues With My Brother’s Wife And Her Two Sisters by AgamaProf: 8:05pm On Jul 18
akpota:
Op heed dis advice. Treat those ladies especially d 24. Take them out 4 small shopping, dem go dey feel ur absent self. Respect ur bros wife. Also try get savings 4rm d 5k ur bro dey dash u.
Don't heed to this. This is the most useless advice so far.
Family / Re: I Am Having Issues With My Brother’s Wife And Her Two Sisters by AgamaProf: 7:59pm On Jul 18
Championxxx:

Thanks I agree with you because he promised to settle me when I am 25 years old with a huge amount of money to start up my own business and then he changed his mind that he has had spent a lot of money during his wedding and building his house that he don’t think he will be able to settle me again in 2 years time that I should wait when I am 28-30 he will give me double of the amount he promised me . But the way things are going I don’t think I will get anything from him I can only leave for the village I don’t have any trusted friend to stay with in Abuja I also don’t have any money to rent my own place , village is my only option . Yes he is my blood brother we are 5 in total 2 boys and 3 girls he is our first born and I am the last
Ajumobi o kan tanu, eni oluwa ran si ni seni lore. Guy! Trust in God and not man. I was once in your shoes. I will cry to God everyday to make way for me. Where I am today is better. Do not trust anybody.
Family / Re: I Am Having Issues With My Brother’s Wife And Her Two Sisters by AgamaProf: 7:51pm On Jul 18
1StopRudeness:


The brother knows all that is going on.....he planned it together with the wife to frustrate the guy .....he doesn’t want to settle the guy again... we’ve seen worse...
....he just pretending to be neutral....how can they throw ur brother’s mattress in the rain and u won’t say anything.......
If U check well, they might not be siblings.... igbos like to call people from same village or compound their brother.....
No sane guy should disown his brother that’s been living with him since he was 15years old becos he wants a small apartment...is that not what will eventually happen...
You get sense bros

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Family / Re: I Am Having Issues With My Brother’s Wife And Her Two Sisters by AgamaProf: 4:40pm On Jul 18
BiggyB242:
Your brother fuckup, no woman I repeat no woman can turn me against my family. Rather than you leaving moon na the 2 sisters go waka I swear down,
You be man
Family / Re: I Am Having Issues With My Brother’s Wife And Her Two Sisters by AgamaProf: 4:08pm On Jul 18
Championxxx:

They were doing all this to frustrate me I think she brought them to the house with a mission to frustrate me so I can leave , the funny part is they don’t come to clean only to watch tv and making all kind of noises to disturb my sleep and if I am awake they will go back to their room to sleep till noon. These girls has never help around the house when I am around , I do everything mopping , sweeping , washing dishes when they around pressing phone my brother doesn’t say anything to them. I asked him if he is right for me to do all these chores when we have his wife sisters at home , he said before he married I was the one doing it and why am now I complaining , I told because it doesn’t sound right for me to be doing chores when the girls are busy pressing phone, anyway there is more but not everything is good to say on social media. If he refuse renting a place for me I think I will go back to the village because I am short tempered I don’t want to stay in the same house with that mannerless small girl because I don’t want to do something stupid that will land me to prison for life . I prefer to be in the village than staying somewhere where I am not comfortable
You need to leave that house as fast as possible. I can understand your pain but life isn't fair. You are on your own. Hustle o.

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Education / Re: With 8m. Should I Run An Msc Prog., Go For A Pilot Course Or Do Business? by AgamaProf: 9:27pm On Apr 19
itsme01:
First learn a skill(plumbing , welding, barbing, hair dressing ) or any other high demand skills.. then go for your masters in Canada , Australia or Germany.. no matter how bad it is you can get your masters and get some income through your skills , this income can pile up and you putting for your PhD or other coarse and continue working and learning , I can tell you for a fact you would be better off than bumping into business in Nigeria without previous experience
This is one of the best ideas here. Op,please adhere to this guy.

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Education / Re: How Useful Is/was Your Bachelor's Degree? by AgamaProf: 11:13am On Apr 16
dukeprince50:
ok I apologize.lol
I would have said, don't depend on only ur certificate in d next 10yrs, have more streams of income.
Lemme edit
Seems you aren't so convinced about what you want or your dreams are centred around fantasies.

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Politics / Re: Are There Any Economic Implications Of Sharing Money To Nigerians This Period? by AgamaProf: 11:52pm On Apr 12
primehero:
The government expansionary monetary policy increases the money stock in circulation leading to a proportional increase in prices. Prices are determined by markets forces of demand and supply. So, when money in circulation increases, the consumption or demand of the public increases causing a consequential shifting of demand curve price to the right. The govt should strengthen its fiscal policy by increasing tax to help reduce currencies in circulation.
By Igo Victor Idubia
A financial analyst
There are exemptions to this rule. In this present case, you can't save the looming suffering wether or not money is distributed. Inflation is already imported and in a situation where oil is selling below 30$ per barrel and oil being the major commodity, no policy can save us. We suffer because we have not diversify our economy to a larger extent and we aren't even self sufficient when it comes to food production- food is selling now.
What we experience is not peculiar to Nigeria alone but as a matter of fact, a global phenomenon.
Suffering looms and the present situation cannot be saved as far as the Nigerian economy is concerned.
Politics / Re: Are There Any Economic Implications Of Sharing Money To Nigerians This Period? by AgamaProf: 10:48pm On Apr 12
Ibechris2:
The implication is this,Nigeria is not an exporting country but an import based economy. Is not wise when u give out money that will take u many months or years to recoup.
However,some will say but America is giving out cash and why is it not affecting them, the fact is,America is the biggest economy in the world and could afford to print as many dollar papers as possible to cushon the gab caused by the Covid 19. They are a productive economy,that cannot be compared with any nation on earth and that is because they produced virtually all what they consume ranging from agricultural,Mechanical,down to techs and many more.

In our own case,when there is so much money in the economy,that seems to drive us into recession/inflation because the cash is not being given to the productive sectors of the economy. In America,the stimulus package is being given to those who recently lost their jobs and to private businesses who could retain the services of their employees,with that the the stimulus package becomes a grants to the private business men and why it becomes a loan if they layoff their workers....that is why theirs is different from ours.

The best is for Nigeria to embark on house to house testing for Covid 19 and open the economy as soon as possible,this is fundamental because our case is quite opposite of America. We are lucky not to have recorded the kind of numbers that has been recorded in other climes and that is why we should approach it with our local know how as explained by Oyo state governor.
This assertion of yours is not true in this case.
Politics / Re: Are There Any Economic Implications Of Sharing Money To Nigerians This Period? by AgamaProf: 10:10pm On Apr 12
Heyzee5:

Thanks bro. I like this perspective of yours. I believe it's truly the way forward because, what's the point of Sharing money when sellers will make it worthless in the hands of people? undecided
Inflation has already been imported. Share or no share money, inflation will continue to surge. They shoud share the money.
Politics / Re: Are There Any Economic Implications Of Sharing Money To Nigerians This Period? by AgamaProf: 8:36pm On Apr 12
No worsening economic implications. This is what other countries are doing. In the long run when everything has stabilized, we will return to status quo. The world is already suffering. Many balanced and advanced countries have depleted their resources over this corona virus pandemic, so the same must apply to us even though we might not be spending up to them. The equation balances up in the long run. The advance economies seems the worst hit, and the highest spender so far, African economies, the least hit, and the lowest spender so far. So everything balances up. There is already inflation in town.

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Health / Re: COVID-19: How False Negatives Are Complicating Testing by AgamaProf: 8:35am On Apr 11
helinues:


Our education system is in comatose..
So sad.
Health / Re: COVID-19: How False Negatives Are Complicating Testing by AgamaProf: 8:19am On Apr 11
PVision2020:

Imagine, a BIOCHEMISTRY GRADUATE...this one weak me
I weak o when he told me.
Health / Re: COVID-19: How False Negatives Are Complicating Testing by AgamaProf: 8:12am On Apr 11
Venusman:


Where was the immune system when they tested positive? So it traveled then they restored it in isolation centre abi?

Walahi, you're easy to scam
This is what one biochemistry graduate told me yesternight and I felt like slapping him. No talk this thing come out again.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Pwc Graduate Recruitment 2020 by AgamaProf: 9:22pm On Feb 27
Jurshwa:
Please this question is for those that have taken the test, is it possible to back to skipped questions?
No, you cannot.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Pwc Graduate Recruitment 2020 by AgamaProf: 8:04pm On Feb 27
Past questions will not help you. Just go and do it. And please, you need a shear of luck to pass.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Pwc Graduate Recruitment 2020 by AgamaProf: 6:52pm On Feb 25
Tosin9119:

I wrote the test today. some past questions were repeated. I pray I pass it.
Amen, congrats in advance
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Pwc Graduate Recruitment 2020 by AgamaProf: 5:32pm On Feb 25
We can create another whatsapp group because it seems none exist at the moment.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Pwc Graduate Recruitment 2020 by AgamaProf: 12:20pm On Feb 23
Please add me. 08080407222
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Seplat Graduate Scheme 2018 by AgamaProf: 1:05pm On Jan 22
I guess the delay should be on the part of seplat.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: AB Microfinance Bank Test Tomorrow by AgamaProf: 9:49pm On Jan 10
Chiomyluv:
Not yet
I received a mail for interview this evening
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: AB Microfinance Bank Test Tomorrow by AgamaProf: 6:55pm On Jan 10
Success mail just rolled in.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Development Bank Of Nigeria Management Trainee Program by AgamaProf: 4:43pm On Jan 10
No pain, no gain.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Why Is It So Hard To Find A Job In Nigeria? by AgamaProf: 2:55pm On Jan 10
DexterousOne:


Well
From what you wrote
You don t have a good understanding of demography.

China and India has a bigger population

But a smaller population GROWTH RATE than Nigeria 4
Nigeria is top 5 | top 10 in population growth rate
Until that is arrested
Every economic policy in Nigeria will FAIL
You don't get what am saying. This issue is not about demography. Nigeria is not at par with either of China or India interm of GDP. These countries despite their population, source for ways of generating revenues. No be today we don dey suffer for Nigeria. And population growth over the years have not been constant. But, check it, it's either we are in recession or out of recession. A country known for importing despite it potentials.
You lay so much emphasis on population, even though you are correct. But poluation growing even at 1 percent or 0.1 percent or whatever percentage is given/constant. If I agree with you on population... Then, let's try to look at the growth of GDP and our revenue sources, then you see that there is huge deficit in GDP growth over the years. Its basically meagre. With the current realities on ground as pertain to low GDP, I strongly opine that even if the population growth is to be reduced(lets assume modeling situation), or at least constant for the next 10 years and comparing side by side with the current level of GDP, the rate of poverty will still be worse except the government takes strong measures to improving GDP.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Why Is It So Hard To Find A Job In Nigeria? by AgamaProf: 2:35pm On Jan 10
DexterousOne:



Population is not the problem
.The population GROWTH RATE is the problem

We being over 150m people is good

But growing at almost 3% annually is problematic

How can a country cope with this
Population growth rate is not the problem. What do we produce as a country. The problem is not on the side of growing population but on the side of low GDP. For the past 20 years, GDP has been low reason being that we are not a major exporting country. What do we earn in form of forex?....we are not the most population nation for crying out loud.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Why Is It So Hard To Find A Job In Nigeria? by AgamaProf: 1:34pm On Jan 10
einsteine:



Nigeria with it's current economy should not have more than 60 million people, so you would need to take over a hundred million people away to make it easier to get employment.
Population is not the problem. Population has been growing but gdp has not been growing at the same rate. Oil is still our major revenue earner and talking about oil, how many barrels do we refine in a day?... We still have to export the oil to refine. So the sector is even not working maximally.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Why Is It So Hard To Find A Job In Nigeria? by AgamaProf: 1:12pm On Jan 10
Omihanifa:
One of the major factors responsible for the high level of unemployment in Nigeria is the rapid growth in population. There has been an increase in the growth of the labor forces along with the inadequate supply of jobs. The rapid population growth has been coupled with rural-urban migration. This has increased the population in cities thereby raising the level of joblessness undecided

Also the problems of lack of electricity and low purchasing power angry
I disagree sir, take 50 million out of the current population , there will still be unemployment.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Development Bank Of Nigeria Management Trainee Program by AgamaProf: 1:14pm On Jan 09
Lol. Correct. Should we still hope for the job?
Business / Re: Is Nigeria A Truly Wealthy Nation? See What Economic Facts Say by AgamaProf: 4:53pm On Jan 06
ebennich:

So what should we do? Should we kill all those leaders because obviously they can't change? We talk but never act, we need to take actions. Let's all stand up for our nation, we can't accomplish anything by complaining.
We must force them to resign or fix our nation, we must start now. What is the use of a fighting spirit if all you do is fight for just yourself?
Nigeria is still a slave nation, we are yet to fight for our freedom, green white green was a fraud. Those white monsters still rule from underneath. Fucking wake up!!!
Even though you spoke the hard truth but the same people you clamour for and fight for will be the ones to sell you out at the very sight of money. What happened to people like Fela, Saro, and also see what is happening to Sowore. The worst part of the whole scenario is that the very people who need help and at the heart of poverty are die-hard supporters of these evil people. Even here on Nairaland, it's uncountable the number persons against sowore. The sinking ship cannot be saved. It takes a joint, mass movement to change the current realities.

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