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Politics / Re: BREAKING: Churches, Mosques Can Now Reopen In Lagos - Sanwo-olu by Bizcampaign01: 4:54pm On Jun 04, 2020
Politics / Re: Covid19: "I Will Listen To Science Before Allowing Traditional Medicine"- Buhari by Bizcampaign01: 1:40pm On Jun 03, 2020
And how long are going to wait for the glorious science?

Just yesterday he welcomed Madagascar vaccine. Today he is waiting on science.

How many Covid19 cases do they have in Madagascar since February when they recorded their first case abs how many do we have in Nigeria
is there Covid 19 in Nigeria?
Travel / Re: Zimbabweans React To Nigerian High-Speed Train by Bizcampaign01: 1:39pm On Jun 03, 2020
Africans sounds like we are from same parents

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Politics / Re: APC NWC May Screen Out Obaseki Over Certificate Issue by Bizcampaign01: 1:37pm On Jun 03, 2020
Where were they when he became a governor the first term

Wickedness in high places

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You and this joo. Very funny
Politics / Re: COVID-19: Yahaya Bello Orders Lockdown In Kogi by Bizcampaign01: 12:05pm On Jun 01, 2020
Are we still here?

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Politics / Re: No Man Can Stop Me From Returning As Edo Governor – Obaseki by Bizcampaign01: 8:47pm On May 27, 2020
My man is high on Political Moral!!
Based on Who is Who and many know man my brother
Politics / Re: Buhari’s Ministers Acting Like They Own Ministries – APC Group by Bizcampaign01: 12:43pm On May 25, 2020
Politics / Re: COVID-19: Buhari Told To Reopen Worship Centres, Schools Immediately by Bizcampaign01: 10:44am On May 25, 2020
Business / Re: How To Withdraw From ATM Without Your Atm Card (cardless Withdrawal) by Bizcampaign01: 5:35pm On Mar 08, 2020
A large proportion of us in Nigeria still do not know you can withdraw money from the ATM without your card, it is known as Cardless Withdrawal and was introduced in Nigeria as far back as 2014. It doesn't help that banks aren't publicizing this method too!

Currently, over 13 banks in Nigeria offer Cardless Withdrawal...

All you have to do is

1. Locate an ATM machine

2. Press any Key or Enter to start

3. Select/Click on Paycode cash out ( You will receive this code Via text/Bank app or Email)

4. Enter you Paycode digits (the one you received via text, email, bank app)

5. Enter your 4 digit cash out pin

6. Enter amount and take your money

Or, simply open your banking app or use your bank mobile USSD code, navigate to The withdrawal option, get your OTP (one time password). Find an ATM (Preferably your bank') and withdraw! Also know each banking app/USSD code have different processes and security features.

It's really that simple

Mynd44, Lalasticlala, Puskin, Dominique
It works. Thanks
Business / Re: How To Withdraw From ATM Without Your Atm Card (cardless Withdrawal) by Bizcampaign01: 6:24am On Mar 06, 2020
Thank you for sharing bro
Politics / Re: Garba Shehu Contradicts Self, Says Vp’s Aides Were Never Sacked by Bizcampaign01: 6:48pm On Feb 27, 2020

It's all right.
Oga you're the worst fool I have ever seen on this Nairaland for this your many colours. Remember this is not your father's platform. Please get sense. You must be a teenager. And trust me Your Ban is loading
Politics / Re: BREAKING: Buhari Assigns Portfolio To Ministers (see Full List) by Bizcampaign01: 12:41pm On Feb 14, 2020
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday assigned portfolios to the newly sworn-in ministers.

The full list is below:

Dr. Ikechukwu Ogah (Abia State) -Minister of State, Mines and Steel Development

2. Mohammed Musa Bello (Adamawa State) -Minister of the Federal Capital Territory

3. Godswill Akpabio (Akwa Ibom State)- Minister of Niger Delta

4. Chris Ngige  (Anambra State)- Minister of Labour and Employment

5. Sharon Ikeazor (Anambra State)-Minister of State Environment

6.Adamu Adamu (Bauchi State) -Minister of Education

7.Ambassador Maryam Katagun (Bauchi State) State

8. Timipre Sylva (Bayelsa State) Minister of State, Petroleum under the President

9.George Akume (Benue State) Inter

10.Mustapha Baba Shehuri (Borno State) Minister of State, Agric and Rural Development

11. Goddy  Jedy Agba (Cross River State) -Minister of State, Power

12.Festus Keyamo (Delta State) -Minister of State, Niger Delta

13. Ogbonnaya Onu (Ebonyi State) -Minister of Science and Technology

14. Osagie Ehanire (Edo State) -Minister of Health

15.Clement Ike  (Edo State)

16. Richard Adeniyi Adebayo (Ekiti State) -Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment

17. Geoffrey Onyeama (Enugu State) -Minister of Foreign Affairs

18.Ali Isa Pantami (Gombe State) -Minister of Communications

19. Emeka Nwajiuba (Imo State) -Minister of State, Education

20. Suleiman Adamu (Jigawa State) -Minister of Water Resources

21. Zainab Ahmed (Kaduna State) -Minister of Finance

22.Muhammad Mahmood (Kaduna State) -Minister of Environment

23.Sabo Nanono (Kano State) -Minister of Agriculture and Development

24.Major General Bashir Salihi Magashi (Kano State) -Minister of Defence

25.Hadi Sirika (Katsina State) -Minister of Aviation

26.Abubakar Malami (Kebbi State)

27.Ramatu Tijjani (Kogi State)

28. Lai Mohammed (Kwara State)

29.Gbemisola  Saraki (Kwara State) -Minister of State Transportation

30.Babatunde Fashola (Lagos State) -Minister of Works and Housing

31.Adeleke Mamora (Lagos State) -Minister of State, Health

32. Mohammed H. Abdullahi (Nasarawa State) Minister of State, Science and Technology

33. Zubair Dada (Niger State) Minister of State, Foreign Affairs

34. Olamilekan Adegbite (Ogun State) Minsters of Mines and Steel development

35. Tayo Alasoadura  (Ondo State)

36. Rauf Aregbesola (Osun State), Minister of Interior

37. Sunday Dare (Oyo State) Minister of Youths and Sports

38.Paulen Talen (Plateau State) Minister of Women Affairs

39. Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers State) Minister of Transportation

40. Maigarai Dingyadi (Sokoto State) Minister of Police Affairs

41. Sale  Mamman (Taraba State) Minister of Power

42. Abubakar D. Aliyu (Yobe State) Minister of State for Housing

43. Sadiya Umar Faruk (Zamfara State), Minister of Humanitarian Affairs

Punch Newspaper
Musa and Abubakas
Politics / Re: Ohaneze Youth Names 2 Igbo Senators Working With IPOB To Overthrow Buhari by Bizcampaign01: 12:39pm On Feb 14, 2020
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide has threatened to publish details of what it described as commercial activities between IPOB and southeastern senators Ike Ekweremadu and Eyinaya Abaribe—on overthrowing President Muhammadu Buhari.

The Igbo youth group said it is angry by the fact that IPOB under Nnamdi Kanu is now violent which is against the foundation of Biafra agitation.

The group said it would expose the reason behind former Senators Ekweremadu and Abaribe guaranteed  the Kanu’s bail.

According to a press statement by the group on Saturday, the alleged conspiracy to upturn Buhari’s government was hatched before and was sustained after the Feb 23 presidential election.

The statement also pointed at  “one former minister from Obosi, who is the unofficial link to reach Nnamdi Kanu in foreign countries”.

“We will expose IPOB with the truth, as there’s a dossier which chronologically with dates the underground alliance between them and opposition parties, so to avert the further humiliation of Igbos, which IPOB ignorantly leads Igbos to her worst nightmarish misfortunes both economically and politically,’ the group said.

“Except IPOB retract their steps and allow peace to thrive in Igbo land, except they change their tactics with mixture of half-truths with fantastic falsehood.”

The Igbo youth group has been openly supporting Buhari and his government, in defiance of the general stand of the southeastern leading Ohaneze Ndigbo which plays more or less an opposition game.

The National Daily
Internet never forget
Politics / Re: Ohaneze Youth Names 2 Igbo Senators Working With IPOB To Overthrow Buhari by Bizcampaign01: 12:38pm On Feb 14, 2020
Internet never forget
Religion / Re: Sanusi: You Don’t Preach To A Man Who Wants To Marry A Third Wife by Bizcampaign01: 10:45pm On Feb 08, 2020
Sanusi: You don’t preach to a man who wants to marry a third wife —

Muhammad Sanusi II, the emir of Kano, says Nigeria can achieve the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDGs) by focusing on the education of the girl child.

The emir, who was advising President Muhammadu Buhari, northern governors, and other Nigerian stakeholders on the sidelines of the United Nations general assembly (UNGA) in New York, said you do not preach to a man who wants to marry a second a third wife, just make sure the girl child is educated.
Sanusi said as far as the SDGs are concerned, the focus should be different across various regions of the country, stating that the top priority for the northwest and northeast should be the education of the girl child.

“If I were to advise governors in the northwest and the northeast, which goal should they focus on? It’s one, and it’s a subset of one; just educate the girlchild,” Sanusi said.

“I mean look, we talk about this technical economic issues of industrialisation and power and so on. Take the north, for example, we’ve been growing at 3.4, 3.5 percent per annum. That means the population in northern Nigeria has been doubling every 20 to 25 years.

“In that period you’ve had desertification, Lake Chad has lost its water resources, the resources have shrunk and the population has increased. You are not going to solve that by having the government spend money.
“Address cultural attitudes as to what age do girls marry, how many children do girls have, how many wives do men have, it’s not money — it is not about money.”

Sanusi speaking at the UN during the week
Emphasising the need to educate the girl child, Sanusi said if the girl child is educated, this ripples into many other development indices expected in the society.

“If you want to address those things, you also have to say what is the quickest way to address them. You can spend your time getting religious scholars and traditional rulers to go and be campaigning, but you don’t preach to someone who wants to marry a second or third wife and then have him listen to you,” the emir added.
“He loves her and he wants to marry her. However, if you educate the girls and make sure that they finish secondary school and have skills before they get married, they would not have eight children, they would not accept domestic violence, and they are more likely to stop their husbands from having a second wife.
“So you deal with high fertility rates, you deal with out-of-school children because if a woman is educated her children go to school, you deal with malnutrition.

“Malnutrition is not about money, you have people who will actually harvest beans that they need, come to the city, sell the beans, go back and be drinking Coca-Cola and eating bread, and thinking that they have arrived, because they simply don’t know that the beans were far more useful to them than the Coca-Cola. Educating the woman helps with nutrition.

“You get to so many of the goals through a single target, if we devout our resources to say we want every girl in northern Nigeria educated to 1. senior secondary school level, and 2. we have to ask ourselves how come we are producing thousands of graduates who are not employed? Is our educational system functional? We have to look at that entire curriculum; the girls who come out and the boys who come out should be able to earn a living.
“That way, you deal with extreme poverty, demographic growth, sustainability, nutrition, and you deal with so many of the goals.”


The former central bank governor said China lifted 670 million people out of poverty in 40 years, stating that Nigeria can develop, using the Chinese model.

“In 1972, my father went to Beijing as Nigeria’s first ambassador to China, in 1972, my father had to seek permission from the foreign ministry to go to Honk Kong every two weeks because essential commodities were not available in Beijing.

“In 1974 when Deng Xiaoping started opening up in China, China had 700 million people living in poverty. 700 million in 1974. Today, in our own lifetime, China has only 30 million people living in extreme poverty.
“In 40 years, China has lifted 670 million people out of poverty. In 1974, China had only 8 million university graduate. In the whole of China, 8 million. Today, China has more than 300 million graduates or equivalent; that is more than the entire population of the United States of America.

“The Chinese are human beings and they did it, so first of all, I think we should get away from the idea that we cannot do it, because it has been done. The question is, are we ready to do it"

How did the Chinese do it?

Sanusi went on to explain how China lifted 670 million people out of poverty in 40 years, and what Nigeria can learn from that.

“A number of things that I think we need to bear in mind, first of all, we talk about limited resources, and that is true, but you can have limited resources and either apply them to areas that will give you multiplier effect and impact or spread them so thinly that you on for 50 years and you are achieving nothing,” he said.

“One of the things Deng did was to say, look we cannot develop every part of China at the same time, so we are going to start with Schengen, and the Shangai, Guangxi and gradually it has spread across the whole of China.

“If Deng had tried to develop the whole of China at the same time, they would be where they were in 1974 because it will always be a drop in the ocean.

“So first of all, we have got to say what are the high impact areas where we can put resources. We have 17 goals, all these goals are important, but if you look at the country, you find that Nigeria is not one country where SDGs are concerned.

“Take poverty; extreme poverty is only 8.5 percent in Lagos, in Zamfara, it is 91 percent, in Kano, it is 77 percent. In the whole of the southwest, poverty is only 20 percent, in the northwest, it is 80 percent.
“So the priorities of the governor of Zamfara, and the governor of Kano, will have to be different from the governor of Lagos. If Lagos is talking about deep seaports and airports, and rail lines, we have to talk, in Kano, about education and primary healthcare.
“That is where it begins, if you’ve got limited resources, you’ve got to face your most important problems. You’ve got 17 goals, you’ve got to say, which of these goals has the highest impact.”
According to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Goalkeepers Report 2019 , no country in sub-Saharan Africa is on course to achieve the SDGs by 2030.
Politics / Re: Why Operation Amotekun Won’t Succeed, By Miyetti Allah by Bizcampaign01: 10:41pm On Feb 08, 2020

SCAMMER I thought you were sick. You will never recover from that sickness as you have proclaimed it on yourself.
You have a personal issue with this man oga. Because he have made 2 Logo for us.
Politics / Re: Amotekun: Nnamdi Kanu's Full Speech by Bizcampaign01: 8:54pm On Jan 25, 2020
Young man trust me this is going to be beyond what you can take. Someone has to learn his lessons. Mark today's date. Tell your entire household you've bought more than you can pay for, For this insult. Mark today's date. I don't talk too much
Bros easy please. But people should be care insulting their fathers mate on this platform. Some think everyone they meet on Nairaland is a secondary school boy.

Anyway dat serves the young man write.
Politics / Re: Presidency Warns CAN Over Religious Intolerance by Bizcampaign01: 7:12am On Jan 10, 2020
Are you saying the Christian community is the most violent society in Nigeria?

Why are we so economical with the truth in this part of the world. Is a curse to live under the same roof as brother?

Maybe they need to read this Post From British House of Common
I tire Oo
Foreign Affairs / Re: US Vs Iran : Americans Reacts To IIhan Omar, President Trump Critic by Bizcampaign01: 7:11am On Jan 10, 2020
Trust me, This is a typical example of how Average Americans perceive those on the other side if the Divide. Perhaps this will serve as a lesson to all our Muslim Clerics.

Not sure anybody can mend the wound cause by some terrorists I'm the heart of average American.

One Advice for the Muslim community: Put your house in Order before it's too late. Tell your young minds what they need to know about Islam if you truly believe Islam is a peace loving Community.

You can't solve a Problem with same approach that created it the first place.

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