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Foreign Affairs / Re: US Airbase In Iraq Hit By Rockets by drI: 2:43am On Jan 08
Please lets all pray for our nation. Our president, media aide, minister of information and military personnel. God will give them the wisdom on how to handle the prevailing situation. Let them be quiet and talk only when necessary and with so much tact and wisdom. Let God not allow us get involved with a war that doesnt concern us. Amen.

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Health / Re: My Experience At Apata General Hospital Ibadan by drI: 10:00am On Dec 05, 2019
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked

You are truly crazy


I'm confused...you went as early as 8pm on a Monday morning?

It's apparent they weren't so keen to attend to you and that is wrong on all standards,
They are already stigmatizing you and it's not like you've even run the test.

But if your conduct there was just as incoherent as this your writeup, I won't blame them myself.

Just come and join me in Shiloh so that God can reupholster your dilapidating life.
The Lord who cured my madness can make you whole again.

Better still, send me the doctor's name so I can put it on my prayer request. I can assure you that before next week, my God will make him to be sacked for killing a patient.
Health / Re: Doctor Stephen Ijeuwe Collapses, Dies In FMC Yenogoa Over Lack Of Defibrillator by drI: 8:43pm On Jul 27, 2019
Flier:
The dead doctor Ofcourse because I am sure hundred of his patient have died because of the particular equipment but he didn’t bother to complain or quit the job until it’s provided and now they suddenly remember that they do not have the equipment because it involve the doctor and his life is more precious
Nonsense


you are really being insensitive with this statement. how do you know it's never been raised? when Doctors/lecturers go on strike what do you think they are trying to protest for? whether it's a doctors life or not involved, the bottom line is that we, the masses should rise up and challenge the government. This is not time to spread hate and disunity. lets challege the statusquo. lets protest, let's protest for a defibrillator in all hospitals, all public places. Lets unite and get our voice heard.

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Politics / Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by drI: 7:27am On Jul 26, 2019
Good morning all, I have just been thinking of the increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria. In addition to inappropriate exposures of our children to pornography, thereby creating a national brothel in future.

I presume that the advent of cheap internet subscriptions and easily accessible sexual content/pornography may be contributory to this.

So I ask, is there no way to filter our webspace in Nigeria to help our kids and generation. How can we get our legislators to help in this regard.

what is your take on this matter?
Family / Re: The Doctor Who Slapped Me As A Nurse 25 Years Ago Now Works Under Me As A Doctor by drI: 5:03pm On Jul 24, 2019
Common, stop spreading hate. this story is so false, you can't be a resident and chief surgeon.

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Family / Re: Have You Ever Lost Everything You Worked For? by drI: 9:59am On Jul 23, 2019
save me 27, I really don't respond on this forum however, I want to talk to you atbthis time.

Listen bro, if you have made a mistake, put yourself together and move on. you may need to look at the bright side, at least you have a job from which you can always save up again. once you die, its over. As long as you are alive, you can make it to any level you want to. it will only just take time.

Your next disappointment will be when your plan B ie people's help fail. you need to understand that others have issues.some people may be worse off than you. it's selfish to expect people to help you and to think of suicide. you are only just thinking of yourself.

Finally, you need to defer your admission, start saving up again, you can always get visa again and again. All the best and God bless you.
Religion / Re: Rape Allegation: Nigerians Protest At COZA Church (Live Updates) by drI: 10:13am On Jun 30, 2019
utenwuson:
Time dakolo, his wife and all the yeye celebrities that condemning fatoyinbo are mad.
U stay in one corner for over 14 years u didn't say sh*t, how can someone without a gun r*pe busola home and away?
Just imagine, person come your house, u wear only night gown open door knowing fully well no one is home, why not simply tell him through the window the people he's looking for weren't around and go put up something?
U still went to his house, take u to car bumper and romp u in doggy and u call it rape?
Kwara state law says 16 years is the official year for consenting and u said u were 17 shey?
The lady still remain in the church for over 2 years and still lead in the choir haba.
If u are raped, the first thing to do is to tell your parents, your parents should take u to a doctor for examination and a medical report written, then to police or dss for arrest and possibly persecution....
What's paining me is the lie that just a tap to the mouth to keep quite and she fell on the couch to be disvirgin as if it's a small thing...


Protest over allegation? He should arrest most of them and make huge money from this case please.



no Sir/ ma.On the contrary, most rape victims don't tell anyone. more so when it's by a trusted family friend or relative.

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Family / Re: Relocation Household Sales by drI: 8:28pm On May 13, 2019
pls what's the Samsung washing machine like, how much kg, is it wash and dry? is it front loader, how old is it
Family / Re: Closed by drI: 9:15pm On May 02, 2019
op, unfortunately you are a scam and people like you are the reasons why genuine people don't get help.

Firstly, you live in PHC but did a scam at Ava
Secondly, your Lmp is January which puts your fate of delivery at October.
thirdly, your scan done 2 days ago says you are 24wks, and you are supposedly due next month ie at 28weeks,( 6months plus 2 wks)

Common, pls desist from such actions, you can make it legitimately if you channel your intelligence to other ventures.

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Politics / Re: Heavy Deployment Of Soldiers Good For Rivers People – Amaechi by drI: 9:51am On Mar 09, 2019
While i understand y'all school of thought, i wonder if anyone is seriously thinking of the volatility of Rivers State. I live in Rivers State, i know how much violence and killings that occur here, if there are military men around to protect us what then is the issue? If Amaechi is responsible for the security why is he villified?

I have been on the streets today and sincerely everywhere is peaceful, soldiers all around but nobody is being intimidated.

I guess people to be scared are those who plan to perpertuate evil.
Family / Re: (save Over #100k) Brand New 15kg LG Washing Machine For Urgent Sale by drI: 10:48pm On Dec 24, 2018
Pls Sir, is it washing and drying
Family / Re: Interior Design by drI: 10:43pm On Dec 11, 2018
Hello, pls what does it take to make this sort of curtains and where are you located
Health / Re: Drop A Suggestion On How To Solve The NMA Vs Johesu Issue? by drI: 7:23pm On May 22, 2018
chara019:

I hope MDS would be able to perform bed pan rounds? with their ego
that was how one proud doctor remove thermometer from patient armpit,put it in the mouth say he wants accurate reading. No cleaning whatsoever
just stop all this doctor claiming high position talks,and face reality and truth. we all need each other.

My dear, I have been carrying the bed pans oh and sincerely its not rocket science. Infact I have been very satisfied with my patient management cos I do everything myself. I am sure the vital signs charted are right. Maybe because I am a perfectionist it suits me well. Again, the patient load is low so it works well for me, I cant say about when they become more.
Health / Re: Drop A Suggestion On How To Solve The NMA Vs Johesu Issue? by drI: 7:15pm On May 22, 2018
Angelfrost:


You need to learn how to be objective. Physicians are just an arm of healthcare delivery, with clearly defined boundaries of profession. No pharmacist or nurse with proper training claims to be a physician. Everyone is merely demanding for fairness. To claim that your field of practice is superior to that of others is infantile and stupid! That's why johesu went on strike, so that your doctors can prove how superior they are by diagnosing, testing, prescribing, dressing wounds, even acting as gate-keepers, and morticians... It is only in a backward country like this you hear such tripe.

kolmart:
The so called doctors are telling the world that we are agitating for parity how can that be possible for example if a doctors is already earning N10 and FG increase their salary with N5 making a total of N15, is it bad for the JOHESU who is earning N7 and also asking for N3 increment to make it N10 doest that mean parity? some people are just opened their mouth and saying all sort of rubbish without even get to the root of the matter are the doctors who are now crying fowl can publicize their salary and that of the JOHESU for the world to see? some ignorant people will be supporting the doctors without doing their finding. Doctors salary has been increased between 2014 and 2018 twice why the salary of JOHESU remain same since 2014 are the FG telling us that we are not working or important in the hospital setting? those people in support of doctors if i may ask can they go to hospital and seek doctors alone without the assistant of JOHESU and come back home completely medically ok? This is question we must ask ourself, can all of us become a doctor? let us use brain to comment not head or emotionally there is different from PARITY and EQUITY Johesu are agitating for Equity not Parity please listening attentively


Strangely a patient can go to the hospital, see a doctor, get fully treated and leave without the other health workers. Not because they are unimportant but because the doctor has been trained to do everything other health workers can do and much more.
For instance the teaching hospitals are operational and functioning fully while JOHESU have been on strike. We are even carrying out major surgeries without JOHESU. What else is required to prove my point?
Health / Re: Drop A Suggestion On How To Solve The NMA Vs Johesu Issue? by drI: 7:12pm On May 22, 2018
kolmart:
The so called doctors are telling the world that we are agitating for parity how can that be possible for example if a doctors is already earning N10 and FG increase their salary with N5 making a total of N15, is it bad for the JOHESU who is earning N7 and also asking for N3 increment to make it N10 doest that mean parity? some people are just opened their mouth and saying all sort of rubbish without even get to the root of the matter are the doctors who are now crying fowl can publicize their salary and that of the JOHESU for the world to see? some ignorant people will be supporting the doctors without doing their finding. Doctors salary has been increased between 2014 and 2018 twice why the salary of JOHESU remain same since 2014 are the FG telling us that we are not working or important in the hospital setting? those people in support of doctors if i may ask can they go to hospital and seek doctors alone without the assistant of JOHESU and come back home completely medically ok? This is question we must ask ourself, can all of us become a doctor? let us use brain to comment not head or emotionally there is different from PARITY and EQUITY Johesu are agitating for Equity not Parity please listening attentively


Strangely a patient can go to the hospital, see a doctor, get fully treated and leave without the other health workers. Not because they are unimportant but because the doctor has been trained to do everything other health workers can do and much more.
For instance the teaching hospitals are operational and functioning fully while JOHESU have been on strike. We are even carrying out major surgeries without JOHESU. What else is required to prove my point?

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Health / Re: Drop A Suggestion On How To Solve The NMA Vs Johesu Issue? by drI: 6:59pm On May 22, 2018
xreal:


Just read your comment again, does it sound right?

Is Radiology a specialty in medicine like Opthalmology, O&G, paediatrics and so on?
If so, pharmacy should then be a specialty in medicine.

Back to your comment, if Radiologist and Radiographers are of different Unions, then something is wrong.

Supposed workers if same profession in different union.

Let me stop here.

Get your facts.


You are the one that need to get your fact right. Radiologists are medical doctors who have gone through 5 yrs further training, called residency and are now specialists.radiographers on the other hand are bsc graduates who studied radiography.

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Health / Re: Drop A Suggestion On How To Solve The NMA Vs Johesu Issue? by drI: 6:42pm On May 22, 2018
yefasolution:
This is a selfish and unprofessional talk. Have you made your research on other countries health administration and wages structures?
Can a doctor work without others.
In a saner clime... you'll see a team of medical professionals including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and others working to solve health issues.
But here in Nigeria, doctors see nurses and other health practitioners as slaves or errand people who they can order around.
The bogus salary they earn gives them the advantage to study more, research,attend conferences and seminars...but other health workers are paid lower that they can't afford to upgrade on their expertise...
A few to mention among these challenges that should be tackled once and for all the health sector

My dear, have you received medical care in these saner climes, if yes you will understand that there is a marked difference between the doctor and others. Generally everyone is important and respected, but clearly the doctor is the headbof the pack. He hives others and every other person follows. By the way, a new specialist doctor is paid much more than any nurse in the US irrespective of his or her number of years of practice or expertise. And strangely, in the US, the specialist nurses do much more, they even get to see patients and give prescriptions unlike our nurses here who do much less.
Family / Re: My Wife Is Not What I Thought Before We Got Married: I Want To Divorce by drI: 8:42am On Apr 05, 2018
chinene1:
I understand you but sir, I think you need to sit her down and ask what exactly she wants to do with her life.
You made a lot of suggestions aimed at helping her better herself but it seems she was and is not interested in any. Hence she refused to follow up with them.
I agree 1.5m is a large sum but then you could give her the money in bits. E.g, first give her money for the shop. Once she gets one then give her money for renovating it before money for stocking it.
Once she has something that will get her out of the house regularly her dressing may improve and so will her spoken English because she will have to interact with people.
On having more babies, you both need to agree on a type of family planning method. A large family will surely put a strain on your income. Both parties are supposed to be involved in family planning.
Don't just give up. Keep trying and be patient. It will all work out.


I like the way you write. You are simply a beautiful soul.
Health / Re: My Lassa Fever Story By Doctor Chibuike Joseph Chukwudum by drI: 10:28am On Jan 25, 2018
zoogy2007:
So why did patient Zero die when she did not have Lassa Fever?

She could have died of any other cause. Lassa fever is not the only terminal ailment.
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 11:20am On Dec 06, 2017
[quote author=Otokini01 post=63014657]Please is it compulsory that you have to apply when its close to your travel date cos my travel date back to nigeria is in january but i plan on leaving houston by this month end so can i go ahead and apply.


you have to book an appointment by calling the number I had pasted earlier on . you will be asked for your lnternational travel itinerary. it's based on that you will be given an appointment. the earliest appointment you can get is one month to your date of departure. they don't consider local travel. I had your exact issue and had to move my ticket to get an earlier appointment. I was also moving to another state but it wasn't considered for the appointment. it was considered though in the processing of the passport. i had to plead with them that I had to leave to Dallas from Houston so my baby's passport was processed in one day. I showed them both my dallas itinerary and Nigeria itinerary.

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 9:43am On Dec 03, 2017
Otokini01:
I also need this info i have asked and no reply
quote author=Supernaturalone post=62926059]Hello peeps!

Are there any Houston mums (perhaps Oakbend Medical) who have processed LO passport at a passport office rather than the Houston Passport Agency? How long did it take to get the passport?

Thanks!

I don't get the gist of the passport office rather than the agency.

I did mine about 6 weeks ago and I went to the passport office at downtown Houston for submission of the documents. I got the passport the next day. it depends on ur travel itinerary. Here is their number(877) 487-2778

i am referring to the US passport. hope that's what you refer to?
Family / Re: Please Suggest Best Possible Way To Divorce My Bro And His Wife by drI: 4:59pm On Nov 29, 2017
MizAijay:
Mr Op aka defender of the brethren, you should try and apply your heart to wisdom instead of seeking to hurt a nursing mother.
Your brother's wife stopped breastfeeding her two month old baby, no sane mother would do that. Instead of you and your brother opting for the easy way out (divorce), please take that woman to a hospital and seek help there. It's very possible she's suffering from Postpartum depression. You and your 'gentleman' brother should read about it and get enlightenment. It's just unfortunate that we don't pay attention to mental health in this part of the world.


pls listen to this op. She might actually have lost partum depression or psychosis.

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 12:24am On Nov 26, 2017
TWoods:


QED. Its just that simple. When people ask for discounts and medicaid, they don't exist. Someone else is picking up the slack (either in form of taxes or insurance premiums). The hospitals happily push these as options since it is a lot easier for them to send government a bill than trust you to pay what you truly owe. Have the integrity to do exactly as you promised at your visa interview... pay 100% of what you owe. The idea of medicaid should never come up at all... black lives do matter, but we cannot demand others respect us if we can't respect basic rules of decency.

If you're upset about this, sorry. But the truth isn't going to change simply because you have a problem with it. Episodes such as the above are reasons i no longer subscribe to the Nigerian version of "christianity". 99.9% of the cheats, liars and uncouth folks here are likely the first people in church on sunday.



good day Sir. I do agree with you in the fraudulent use of medicaid whatsoever the case may be. but I beg to disagree on the discount aspect. Most hospitals offer discount to international patients or even any other uninsured patient paying cash out of pocket. it's not in any way passed on to the tax payers. its just their modus operandi. infact some clinics sometimes have times when they are celebrating or having some sort of promo and offer special packages with significant reduction in costs. they also have certain terms and conditions attached. it obviously not wrong to take such offers. it's like saying it's wrong to buy items because they are on sale.


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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 12:13am On Nov 15, 2017
kennyliza:
Hello Adedoyin, I tap into your miracle ooooo.

I am April 2018 due mum, I just got denied B2 visa in my interview today. The White make VO(cubicle 3) asked me;
-why I am traveling-to give birth Cos of better medical system
-why US and not any other cheaper country- told him a friend of mine Gave me a review of the best medical care she got for her delivery in us
-,my job. - accountant of xxxxxxx
-where I have been before- told him Dubai with hubby last year.
- is my hubby traveling with me -No
After answering all this, I still got denied.
However,the VO didn't bother to check any of my documents.

Please may I know whether it was a female or male VO that granted your visa. Want to know if female VO are more sympathetic than the VO?

@Nairalanders, please help me where did I go wrong, I am so sad right now...


I think they want to hear that you want the dual citizenship for your child. that is the truth. the idea of better health is not totally the truth cos you can get that from the UK and UAE etc.

just reapply and if they ask why you want to have your baby in the us, tell them you want the dual citizenship for your child and since it's legal and you can afford it why not alongside the good health care.

My one cent

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 12:18am On Nov 09, 2017
Ayob3:
Hello beautiful people, please I need your answers on this question (LO's passport).. DH doesn't work/live in Nigeria and will not be coming to the US. Do I have to send the consent form to his own country of residence or does he necessary have to go to Nigeria to send the notarized letter please?

He can go to a public notary whereever he resides.However he will need to send in the biodata page of his passport as well.
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 12:14am On Nov 09, 2017
vethav:



Pls have u received approval from immigration. Cos I also applied for my DS but no response

I eventually got it on the day of my flight. just few hours to my departure. it was so stressful for me cos I didn't want to stay an extra second in the US. Thank God for the time difference. I utilized the 7 hrs difference to keep calling them until they did after lots of issues though and bribery. it's a story for another day. God bless my country Nigeria.

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 5:43pm On Nov 04, 2017
goobyparks:


But there is a place in d passport application form that asks for SSN.

yes there is.but like I said earlier you will be given a form to fill at the immigration that States that you 've not got it yet and that surfices. I am talking from personal experience.
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 7:02am On Nov 04, 2017
pls i need help ASAP. I applied for visa on arrival for my child but haven't for any approval until now. 4 days later. my flight is due on Monday 6th Nov. what do I do.

I have sent reminders and called their office all to no avail. I am now so desperate as my flight departs in the morning of the 6th and this is a weekend.

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 4:25am On Nov 04, 2017
goobyparks:


Thanks Shirley013

you actually don't need the SSN for the passport. you only need the BC. you did be given a form to sign staying that you've not been given the SSN.
Properties / Re: CHEAP AND AFFORDABLE FURNITURE by drI: 8:11am On Oct 29, 2017
BrainCONCEPTZ:
We make settee also

how much is this sir.

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