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| Travel / Re: UK: 10 Things You Will Miss About Nigeria When You JAPA by AngelicBeing: 7:09pm On Sep 20|
Hian, una no dey taya for UK wahala, like seriously, don't marry, have a child or don't eat fufu and ogbono soup in the UK, don't eat suya and onions in Central London, Don't drink coffee ☕ in Birmingham, don't eat Eba and black soup in East London,, don't spend pounds in London but rather spend Naira, like seriously
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| Foreign Affairs / Re: Rwanda’s Paul Kagame Wants A 4th Term by AngelicBeing: 4:23pm On Sep 20|
| Family / Re: Can A Parent Be Jealous Of A Child's Success? by AngelicBeing: 12:42pm On Sep 20|
Yes, that happens when the parents have sold off the child / children in the witchcraft market >> Nahum Chapter 3 verses 4, talks about the mistress of witchcrafts that sells families via witchcrafts, as a matter of fact, several people have been sold off in the witchcraft market and that is why you see so many people laboring without result, some are walking physically but are dead, sceptics and atheist can disagree with my opinion but it doesn't invalidate it
| Politics / Re: Judge In Illinois, Chicago Ordered The Release Of Tinubu Academic Records by AngelicBeing: 12:30pm On Sep 20|
Bros, abeg naaa
| Politics / Re: Judge In Illinois, Chicago Ordered The Release Of Tinubu Academic Records by AngelicBeing: 10:34am On Sep 20|
Let's see how it goes.
Interesting times ahead.
Before this movie go end, dollar don climb reach 5k...lol
By then even Atiku or Obi go say dem no rule again....lol
Hian, for posting this comment, l will call DSS to detain you for 2000 years in Abuja detention center without bail
| Politics / Re: ASISGUARD: Turkish Firms Bag Contracts To Secure Nigerian Borders by AngelicBeing: 2:53pm On Sep 19|
If you cannot gurantee security to your citizens ask the neo-colonialists to do it for you.
Useless Police Force!
Useless Health Sector!
Useless Transportation System!
Useless Education System!
Useless Banking Sector.
Point out ONE good thing about LIEGERIA to celebrate?
Gbamsulotely, end of thread, l concur with you KanwuliaExtra,
| Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by AngelicBeing: 7:17pm On Sep 18|
Lol, when it comes to managing positions, Indians leave Nigerians in the dust. It's a fact. Look at most top American companies, and you'll see that Indians are very well represented. I can count at least 15 top notch companies, not some upcoming or managing venture.
The story you told does not support the conclusion you are trying to pass. I even doubt its veracity. Like seriously, the accountant was taking loans without the MDs knowledge? It is either you are outrightly lying or the Italian dude was very naive.
And then, the other poster yearning nonsense. Yorubas are sophisticated and company managers while the Igbos are traders? It's like the majority on this forum are tribal bigots.
Ignorant bigots that can't even do simple research before regurgitating the nonsense they share in their small circles.
lying for what exactly, to get a medal from you or what, l am telling you first hand information of what I witnessed in the company and you are saying something else,
Whether you believe the story or not is irrelevant to me, the accountant was not the one taking the loan, the loan was taken by the CEO based on the Financial advice the Management team led by The accountant gave to him, abeg l no get time to argue back and forth with you, Secondly the CEO was not Naive, all the problems he had was created by the Accountant
| Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by AngelicBeing: 11:11am On Sep 18|
IMO, You guys are missing the point here as far as I am concerned.
Pay a Nigerian that same 300m Naira a year, and see if you will not get his full loyalty and utmost performance.
You an Indian 300m Naira and pay a Nigerian 12m Naira and you expect to get same result.
It doesn't work that way folks.
That 300m naira you are paying that Indian, is what it takes to buy his loyalty and efficiency....know this and know peace.
Gbam, Gbamer, Gbamsulotely, End of discussion, next news jare
l visited the United Arab Emirates and l went to see my friend who owns a company plus chains of nice Italian restaurant and cuisines in Dubai Marina, Mall of the Emirates etc ,
He employed an India accountant, the first day l visited the factory l was shocked to see that the Indian accountant brought other illiterate Indians who could barely speak English language all working in the account department, and l knew that my friend will soon kiss the dust in Dubai,
To cut my narrative short, the bastard Indian accountant, cooked and manipulated the company account,fled the country and several banks filed police report for loans default against the company and my Italian friend was arrested by Dubai CID and put in detention, company closed down completely, after my vacation, as at the time of my departure from Dubai to my base, the Italian man was still in detention center, because in Dubai if you take bank loan and you default, you are not leaving the country ooo, your name will be flagged by Dubai immigration at all the Airports and land borders in the UAE and you go sleep for kiri kiri prison until you pay all your debts or you die in jail
| Religion / Re: Numerology, Spirituality And Decoding Words. by AngelicBeing: 11:19pm On Sep 17|
Mr Angelic, Sukkot is not welcome in my restaurant o.
He's difficult to please, overly critical, and would leave a bad review.
| Religion / Re: Numerology, Spirituality And Decoding Words. by AngelicBeing: 9:41pm On Sep 17|
Are you high or drunk or both ?
What's all that gibberish, incoherent talk about?
Anyway, your comment has been noticed.
You might wanna drop more.
The message is for sukkot and if you don't get it, buzz off my mention and continue with your ogogoro numbers
| Religion / Re: Numerology, Spirituality And Decoding Words. by AngelicBeing: 9:33pm On Sep 17|
Obadiah 777, alias sukkot the man from UY SCUTI, currently living on and off planet Jupiter were he eats Amala and ogbono soup loaded with grasscutter, from there sukkot meander into V766 CENTAURI Aa to drink hot Starbucks Coffee ☕ and finally movies to England to collect his pounds and fly British airways to Lagos to eat jollof rice at MariahAngel group of Restaurant in Lekki phase 1
| Religion / Re: Numerology, Spirituality And Decoding Words. by AngelicBeing: 8:17pm On Sep 17|
| Religion / Re: Jimmy Odukoya Succeeds Father As Senior Pastor Of Fountain Of Life Church by AngelicBeing: 4:43pm On Sep 17|
There is a spirit of death dogging this good family! The young man has to be prayed for!
| Properties / Re: General Topic Thread-To Discuss Anything And Everything in Building Construction by AngelicBeing: 6:16am On Sep 17|
I got some high (26%) efficiency (expensive) Sunpower 300W panels from this company (https://services.totalenergies.ng/solar-solutions/totalenergies-solar-home-and-industrial-solutions)
and other low (17%) efficiency (cheap) 250W panels from a local contractor.
I wanted to see which type provided value for money.
During installation we had a sudden wind storm that blew away some panels. Total replaced theirs under warranty while the local contractor refused.
I never quite finished the thread ironically due to brabus / QC1 / Egunmogaji bashings which made me loose motivation!
Brabus has come a long way in terms of knowledge and competence, but for the dishonest part. But the thing is, dishonesty is actually part of the business (If you know, you know).
Hope this answers your question
| Travel / Re: Only JAPA Can Cure My Depression by AngelicBeing: 7:15pm On Sep 16|
I have not lived in the UK, so I can't tell you specifically about it. But I'll write generally on succeeding in your new host country, which can equally be applicable to the UK. So here you go.
1. Integration. This is number one. Generally in the UK, it would be easy since you don't need to learn a new language, but linguistic integration is just one slice of the pie.
You also need social integration, so you must understand what your host society considers a good citizen and also, a classy citizen. Then be that person.
Speak the language very well. And if you already speak English, polish it to speak succinctly. Eloquence is the mark of an educated person.
2. Then for social integration, find your taste in the local cuisine, and act like a local. Know politics like who is the city mayor, and have an opinion about something, although avoid controversy. If you're still young, join the gym. It's a perfect place to meet cool guys. Lift weight together, and join a sports club.
For example, I'm in an Adidas running club, and in my city, I'm one of the top runners. You need to see the kind of esteem I get when we meet, because my dedication shines.
3. Then professionally, rise to the top of your career, since this will single handedly make life easy for you. Dating becomes easier, buying a house and establishing oneself becomes easy also.
Doing all these will bring respect to you, you will respect yourself, and you'll feel like home. Racism won't bother you much because even the so called racist can see that you're living a fabulous life.
The inability or unwillingness of lots of African men to integrate is the reason why they suffer abroad. They are stuck with low skill jobs that are muscle-based, that an illiterate deaf and dumb can do.
The top always feels better than the bottom. When one is at the bottom, no matter where you are, life will be miserable. So because many of these brothers can't rise up the social hierarchy, they alleviate their disenfranchisement by, for example, importing a wife.
And that project carries another problem that won't happen to them if they try to integrate. So after he imports a wife, she will come to see that he is a loser in that society, and the "abroad privilege" he had when she was still in Nigeria will be ineffective.
When she starts studying, upgrading herself while the brother carries her responsibility with those low skill jobs, then she becomes established and concludes that he is not good enough for her. Which if he is honest with himself, she is right.
You don't let yourself rot at the expense of lifting someone up. You build yourself as well. Also, you can not tell if she sees you as a ticket out of Naija, or loves you genuinely. Whichever the case, the best strategy is to avoid such risk.
Because even is she loves you genuinely, the new society will change her, and the love for you deactivates later on, and you'll have more to loose, compare to for example, a local you married.
I strongly believe that we have the power to prevent many of the evils that befalls us, if we understand the role we play in it. Because at the end of the day, no woman wants to feel like she is saddled with a loser.
So if you upgrade yourself and integrate properly, you'll go higher and mingle with the upper class of your host country. No point going backward by importing a wife and attempting to live a life you left in your new country.
Not saying some men ain't lucky, but many I have seen are not. I'm referring to men that refuse to upgrade and stuck with low skil jobs. Even if the marriage didn't break, he will be thoroughly emasculated.
In a nutshell, you must do three things. Linguistic integration, social integration, and professional integration. Then it shall be well with you.
About your second question, I don't know. There are only three English speaking countries in Europe. UK, Ireland, and Malta. I haven't lived in any and can't comment.
But if I'll pick from the above, then I'll choose Ireland. Because it's in the EU, and they have this agreement with the UK called the "Good Friday agreement".
It means that as an Irish (which you'll become later on), you can live in the UK unlimitedly like a Brit, and also, you're an EU citizen and live and work and establish anywhere in your EU.
I hope I helped.
Excellent, Fantastic and Fantabulous response, succinctly put and spot on
l was saying something similar to someone recently as well, l told him that you are not on earth as a liability,you are an asset, take advantage of all the gifts, talents,
Virtues, potentials etc that has been given to you by God, develop, hone, Polish it and use it to impact yourself, others and the world around you, any country you enter, look very deep for problems to solve, the eyes 👀 that looks are many but the eyes 👀 that sees are few
Money invariably moves to problem solvers whether as a Doctor, Nurse, Footballer, Athlete', Minister of the gospel, Technicians, Teacher's etc as long as you avail yourself the opportunity to solve the problem of others, money, wealth etc will come knocking at your door and whatever country you find yourself, you become a huge asset to that country
Lastly, look at Bahrain and Qatar giving citizenship to Kenya Athletes which under normal circumstances, the Arab world will not give citizenship to anyone just like that but since the Kenya Athletes are bringing honor to them, they break their immigration protocol to give citizenship to those Kenyan athletes
| Politics / Re: Tinubu Appoints Hakeem Muri-Okunola, 15 Others As Senior Special Assistants by AngelicBeing: 6:48pm On Sep 16|
Did the Fulani explain after Buhari?
The day I get into any position of power.
I will make sure that 95% of my appointees are from my region and most especially my tribe.
I will close my ears to any dissenting voice.
I will make sure I elevate my people to all suitable positions, even the most incompetent will get a job.
I will make sure WAZOBIA no dey my appointees.
Hian, for posting this comment, l will send your name, address, phone number to DSS to detain you for 3000 year's in Abuja without bail, Buhahaha
| Politics / Re: Profile Of Olayemi Michael Cardoso, Nominee For CBN Governor by AngelicBeing: 9:04pm On Sep 15|
How are all these people you mentioned "competent technocrats"?
What mentorship did he give the people u mentioned?
Tinubu said he made buhari president. Is that testimony of him "appointing competent technocrat"?
Hehehe, good question from you lexy2014
| Politics / Re: Tinubu Nominates Olayemi Cardoso As CBN Governor by AngelicBeing: 6:39pm On Sep 15|
How does Tinubu really mean business?
How is Cardoso "tested and trusted"?
Tested and trusted by who?
Muchecheche, lol, lexy2014 don show up, oya lexy2014, ask them nerve breaking questions, Hehehe
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| Crime / Re: 22-year-old Houseboy Stabs Madam To Death & Absconds With Car & Other Properties by AngelicBeing: 6:37pm On Sep 15|
| Politics / Re: Tinubu Nominates Olayemi Cardoso As CBN Governor by AngelicBeing: 6:34pm On Sep 15|
| Properties / Re: General Topic Thread-To Discuss Anything And Everything in Building Construction by AngelicBeing: 2:54pm On Sep 15|
I need designs for PRISON All rooms en-suite
Hmmmmmm, I know that you are joking but continue
| Foreign Affairs / Re: US President Joe Biden's Son, Hunter, Indicted On Federal Firearms Charges by AngelicBeing: 8:46pm On Sep 14|
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| Foreign Affairs / Re: Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa Appoints Son & Nephew As Ministers, Faces Outrage by AngelicBeing: 9:35am On Sep 14|
What was the trademark when President John F Kennedy appointed his own brother, Robert F Kennedy as the Secretary for Justice and Attorney General of America?
Was he also a power drunk African?
Was President Trump an African for appointing family members to his government?
Whatever might be the due condemnation for such appointment in Zimbabwe, you do not need to suffer inferiority complex and denigrate your own self.
CNN should have informed that Zimbabwe was doing as was previously done in America.
In one breath, your type lament about colonial imperialism, in another breath you prove yourselves to be under the manipulation of the very colonial imperialism.
I hope you know that the Middle-East countries we love to use as a standard of development, have the relatives of the ruling royal manage many of the critical positions that help to bring growth and development that both Europeans, Americans, and Africans are so eager to go there to enjoy either as tourists or economic refugees.
You would claim they are largely not a democratic society, but you cannot disprove that it is still not nepotism and clannishness, and it still got the job done just as Robert F Kennedy got the job done for his brother's government.
Hahaha, for posting this savage response, l will be sending your name to DSS to detain you for 500 years in Asaba or Aba detention center, Muchecheche
| Foreign Affairs / Re: ‘Alien Corpses’ Shown To Congress As UFO Expert Forced To Testify Under Oath by AngelicBeing: 9:42pm On Sep 13|
| Romance / Re: How To Find Love In The UK, ONE Secret Strategy by AngelicBeing: 11:10pm On Sep 12|
Hian, una no dey taya for UK wahala
| Politics / Re: I Don’t Need Title To Serve In Tinubu’s Administration — Fashola by AngelicBeing: 9:45pm On Sep 12|
Another morally bankrupt individual........
| Celebrities / Re: Lionel Messi Buys $10.8M Mansion In South Florida by AngelicBeing: 5:55pm On Sep 12|
1) "They tell me that all men are equal in God’s eyes, this player makes you seriously think about those words." - soccer commentator Ray Hudson
2) "I have never seen anyone like Leo Messi. He is a miracle from God! I like it when he does his things on the field. It's not jealousy - I feel good, for instance, when he nutmegs someone." - Arda Turan
3) "Is Messi a real player or a PlayStation character?" - Radamel Falcao
4) "I like Messi a lot, he’s a great player. Technically, we’re practically at the same level." - Pele
5) "Once they said they can only stop me with a pistol. Today you need a machine gun to stop Messi." - Hristo Stoichkov
6) "Messi is the Mozart of soccer." - Radomir Antic
7) "It is clear that Messi is on a level above all others. Those who do not see that are blind." - Xavi
"For me, to watch Messi play is a pleasure – it’s like having an orgasm – it’s an incredible pleasure." - Luis Figo
9) "Barca will never have a player like Messi again. Messi’s greatness is present on and off the field of play." - ex-Barcelona president Sandro Rosell
10) "This Barca will be remembered as Messi’s Barca. He’s well above anything else I’ve ever seen. He’s an alien." - Carles Puyol
11) "Messi is the best in the world without any doubt and for me the history of soccer." Luis Enrique
12) "Messi is God, as a person and even more as a player. I knew him when he was a boy and I’ve watched him grow. He deserves it all." - Samuel Eto'o
13) "Although he may not be human, it’s good that Messi still thinks he is." - Javier Mascherano
14) "Newton and Einstein had a certain level of autism - I hope that, like them, Messi surpasses himself every day and continues to give us his beautiful brand of soccer." - Romario
15) "Life with Leo is prettier, of another colour." - Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu
16) "There are three or four important things in life: books, friends, women… and Messi." - Portuguese writer Antonio Lobo Antunes
17) "Seeing Messi play is like watching a video game… What Messi does on a soccer field is simply unthinkable… The way he walks from side to side, and once he sees an opportunity, he simply creates magic." - tennis superstar Victoria Azarenka
18) "He is an anomaly. The rest will have to wait until he falls off a little bit.” - Edgar Davids
19) "At this point I’m starting to believe that Messi is tightly related to Clark Kent." - Bar Rafaeli
20) "Messi is class. There is him, and then there is the rest. What he does is extraordinary." - Franck Ribery
21) "We give him the ball and stand back and watch. People often say to me they saw Pele and Maradona play. In the future, I will be able to say I saw Messi play." - Thiago Alcantara
22) "He is always going forwards. He never passes the ball backwards or sideways. He has only one idea, to run towards the goal. So as a soccer fan, just enjoy the show." - Zinedine Zidane
23) "He sees passes that most people can only see whilst watching the game on TV, not ones that you can normally see on the pitch." - Tata Martino
24) "He does not really seem human to me." - Luis Enrique
25) "For the world of soccer, Messi is a treasure because he is a role model for children around the world… Messi will be the player to win the most Ballons d’Or in history. He will win five, six, seven. He is incomparable. He’s in a different league." - Johan Cruyff
26) "I have played against Platini, Maradona, Cruyff and played with George Best — a lot of big names, but none of them has been able to do what Messi does. Two years ago I said that the best player I played against was Maradona and the best player I have played with was Bestie. But I can now say I have never seen a player as good as Messi. He’s in a league of his own." - Former Tottenham star Gerry Armstrong
27) "Who’s better, Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? Messi. Ronaldo is good, but Messi is 10 times better." - Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
28) "Diego [Maradona] filled us with emotions. But between the cracks, without doubt, Messi is better than Maradona." - Diego Simeone
29) "There is no doubt, you’re from another galaxy. Thanks Leo." - Maxi Rodriguez
30) "Who is the Best Player in the World? Leo Messi. Who is the Best Player Ever? Leo Messi." - Arsene Wenger
31) "I have seen the player who will inherit my place in Argentine soccer and his name is Messi. Messi is a genius." - Diego Maradona
32) "Messi does not need his right foot. He only uses the left and he’s still the best in the world. Imagine if he also used his right foot, Then we would have serious problems." - Zlatan Ibrahimovic
33) "Fella’s a genius. Best ever by a distance in my life time. Never really saw Pele… Souness, Gullit, Venables and now Rooney agree Messi is the best they have seen. He plays a game with which we are not familiar." - Gary Lineker
34) "I played with Romario, Rivaldo, Ronaldo, Laudrup and Stoichkov but Messi is the best I’ve seen." - Albert Ferrer
35) "It feels good to be in the same generation as him. I believe he’s the best player in the history of the sport." - Gerard Pique
36) "Messi defies the laws of anatomy, he must have an extra bone in his ankle." - Carlos Bilardo
37) "Lionel Messi is quite clearly the best player ever. It’s a pleasure to pit myself against him and when I finish my career it’s something I can look back on and know I’ve tested myself against the very best." - John Terry
38) "In my entire life I have never seen a player of such quality and personality at such a young age, particularly wearing the ‘heavy’ shirt of one of the world’s great clubs... Before a game, you can plan for everything. But Messi can produce a move that no-one expects and change the game in an instant." - Fabio Capello
39) "Messi is better than Maradona; he is more complete, more consistent, more spectacular. He is reinventing the game – a mix of the real and the virtual." - Tostão
40) "I am not crazy enough to compare myself with Messi because he is the best there ever was and the best there will ever be." - Mario Gomez
41) "I was a big fan of Maradona growing up and of the current crop Ronaldo is good but Messi is the best I’ve ever seen. I don’t dish out praise lightly but Messi deserves it. I look for weaknesses in his game and I can’t find them." - Roy Keane
42) "Messi is the best player ever. And this is said by someone who has seen Maradona and Pele play." - AC Milan chief Adriano Galliani
43) "He is the best in the world. soccer seems easy when he plays it." - Bacary Sagna
44) "I wear the number 10 Jersey for the US National Team in honour of the Greatest athlete I have ever seen: Messi." - Kobe Bryant
45) "The only bad thing about Ronaldo’s life is Messi. If it was not for him, Ronaldo would be the best player in the world for five years in a row." - Felipe Scolari
46) "I can’t believe anyone can have played the game of soccer as well as Messi." - Michael Owen
47) "Messi is a genius. He has everything. When I watch him, I see a player who is very, very, skilful, very clever and his left foot is like Diego Maradona’s." - Franz Beckenbauer
48) "Messi or Cristiano? Cristiano Ronaldo is very good, but I prefer Messi. He’s incredible." - Gheorghe Hagi
49) "Comparing CR7 to Messi is an exercise of ignorance in soccer. Messi is Messi and others, soccerers." - Spanish manager Miguel Angel Lotina
50) "The other day I saw one of his games. He was running with the ball at a hundred per cent full speed, I don’t know how many touches he took, maybe five or six, but the ball was glued to his foot. It’s practically impossible." - Real Madrid legend Raul
Bonus: "Don't write about him, don't try to describe him. Just watch him." - Pep Guardiola
Muchecheche, Messi is taking advantage of the talents and gifts given to him by God to bless humanity, kudos to Messi the small god of football 🏈
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| Education / Re: First Class Graduate by AngelicBeing: 3:40pm On Sep 12|
| Travel / Re: How To Rent A Residential Appartment In Canada by AngelicBeing: 5:15am On Sep 12|
You have problem, gaskiya😂! It's Fura-de'nunu, please.
Kulun suna fada a nairaland.com Akan magana banza, ina so inchi Tuwo shinkafa dai mian kuka dai nama kaza
| Travel / Re: How To Rent A Residential Appartment In Canada by AngelicBeing: 5:02am On Sep 12|
Today na how to rent, and not the regular Lamentation of don't go to Canada, UK or don't eat fufu and ogbono soup in Australia or don't marry a woman or Man in Newzea
Land, or don't eat Egusi soup loaded with grasscutter meat 🍖 in Holland or don't drink fura dai nono in Belgium or don't eat roasted goatmeat in Germany or don't eat banga soup in Sweden, next news jare
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