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Crime / Re: EFCC Asks Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria To Watch-List Yahaya Bello by dude(m): 6:35am On Jul 08
This might just be a bloody plot to force him into the open. Organizations are known to plant such stories in the media simply to enter the mind of a fugitive and get him to act in a certain direction. With this story, his window options of escape are now limited

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Politics / Re: Why Ex-gov Bello Is Afraid Of Efcc! Tinubu, Faleke, Late Audu's Death & Vendetta by dude(m): 1:33pm On Apr 19
BigkokoRep:
Thanks đź‘Ť for admiration.

The Refusal to step down was actually supposed to be used as a bargaining chip. I live in Geregu and still have homies out there, so I know a bit or two about white lion.... His greatest mistake was snubbing Asiwaju during the hey days of Audu's death!

He tried to negotiate, even coot Buhari but Asiwaju is not one to easily forgive an offense especially when done when he's vulnerable... After Audu's death, Asiwaju was vulnerable and he openly saw his dream of presidency going up in flames before him..... Instead of trying to use Buhari to prevail on Asiwaju, I don't know why he didn't reached out to Aisha? Asiwaju like me, has great respect for women!

No....if Bello choose to remain hidden, he can. All he needs is a loyal governor. That's all. If he can wait it out, Asiwaju is going in 2027....
Moreover, from next year, reelection will promptly start taking him mind off from vendetta. He will need to win Kogi State, that's when the governor would negotiate a way out for him!



There again you are wrong on certain things. Like you, I work in Lokoja and live at Abuja. The mere snubbing of Asiwaju after Audu's death was hardly Bello's doing. An APC bloc led by El-rufai effectively saw that Asiwaju 's Faleke was halted. Bello at the time was an inconsequential political figure. The political odds of the time simply favoured his emergence. Recall Faleke insisted on being sworn in as governor and not to be deputy to a man who did not win the primaries. He even went to court. ....!
As for Asiwaju bring vulnerable in that era can't be correct. Just what is the population of Kogi to significantly alter his projections. Taken into account that he won the presidential primaries with the same Bello as Governor whom would have gotten the votes of Kogi delegates simply makes means he can't be vulnerable on account of mere Kogi.

I insist Bello's best chances were before or during the primaries. But as seen, he's a poor student of history and politics.

Then your post simply means you know nothing about Tinubu's forgiving spirit. Simply do your research and you will recant that reasoning. Tinubu and Ogunlewe (then powerful minister of works and housing sponsored by Obasanjo) were bitter enemies of that era. They fought each other to a standstill. Today they are buddies. Ogunlewe's son even contested a house of rep election under APC. Do we mention Obanikoro, Fayose or even El- Rufai who was his associate till late and almost became a minister? All major political actors know better than make and keep unnecessary eternal political enemies. Tinubu is no exception.
Oga, Bello certainly can't consider staying hidden forever. He just may make it easy for EFCC to convict him in absentia. Not putting up a presence will weaken his case and even leave a poor impression on the judges. His legal team know better than advise him to continually hide. And I tell you it's near impossible.

With a prospect of Muri gaining victory at the tribunal, what make you certain Bello will be political force after this year. Does he even presently command political forces in ebira land? The only person with such pure personal followership in Ebira land was late A.T Ahmed.
If he is waiting for 2027 to bargain after hiding,then it's a weak/poor strategy. He just may be in jail at the time. He's no Kwankwaso or Yerima with cult following that can attract or force a political negotiation. Outside office, he's no heavyweight.
I will tell you again that Asiwaju can't be displaced in 2007 as you think or wish. Hear again, a man who bulldozed his way to this point from 1999 is no featherweight. I don't like him or his government, but I am an objective person.

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Politics / Re: Why Ex-gov Bello Is Afraid Of Efcc! Tinubu, Faleke, Late Audu's Death & Vendetta by dude(m): 11:16am On Apr 19
So I read your post with admiration till I got to certain faulty analysis. As I see, Bello's problem with the current establishment cannot exactly be due to his previously not accepting Faleke to deputize him. As seen, his refusal to step down for Asiwaju at the APC presidential primaries was his major undoing. This is in addition to his open mockery of the same Asiwaju prior the same elections. You see, political sins are hardly forgiven.
By my opinion, the smartest thing to have done at the primary was step down and negotiate your EFCC case. The windows of opportunities does not often last long, and Bello's foolish ego blinded him to post office realities. His political stature is not bigger than Akpabio, Fayemi and others who stepped down and negotiated Senate President and freedom. Are you aware Kayode Fayemi has or had a recent case with EFCC. Have you heard anything about it recently? You see, the dumbest thing bello did was go head-on with Asiwaju. Smartest thing would have been to exploit Tinubu's desperation for presidency and negotiate his way out of trouble.

Then as his not getting a fair trial under the present regime, I submit to you that his running and hiding like a house rat has obviously dealt a cruel blow to his image. If I were his adviser,I would have told him to go straight to the EFCC headquarters right after his predecessor rescued him. Lawyers will then take it up and get him out on bail. We know the drill, he won't be the first ex-governor to be wanted by the EFCC. A combination of legal fireworks,lobbying relevant people in the establishment may eventually find him a soft landing. Evading arrest shames him and gives his opponent room to mock him.

Then....! He can't remain hidden even for the next few weeks. They will fish him out of whatever hole he rolls under. Best option is turn himself in and allow lawyers get him out on bail and exploit the weak criminal legal system. Recall late Audu was never convicted. He even went on to contest another election about 13 years after he left office and was arrested by the EFCC. As for running away to any embassy, I find this line of thought very uninformed for obvious reasons. If he's wanted in Nigeria, how does he submit himself to Nigerian authorities by way of their own embassy..for a man who is clearly evading arrest? Though obviously not an intelligent person as his conduct and utterances portray, this simple obvious fact can't be lost on him. As for his ganging up with northern Turks like El-rufai means you know next to nothing about the Nigerian system especially the realities on ground. A Tinubu as governor repeatedly defeated a powerful and rascally Obasanjo's candidates in Lagos elections in 2003 and 2007 inspite of all presidential powers thrown at him. The same Tinubu held on to Lagos and brought in Governors like it was his company ever since. He in a while expanded his political base to Ekiti and Osun,then the entire southwest.He went on to wither the storm during the Jonathan years and the political troubles that came his way. The same man put together a political party that seized power at the center. Then he bulldozed his way to winning a tough primary inspite of the then sitting President's reluctance to support him. Please tell me how a man who came all this way without all the Nigerian powers will be defeated by a few political minions? I mean as a sitting President' with all attendant powerss.Recall he won well in many parts of the same North. Bros,like itbor not, it won't happen..only death will part him from office. There will only be one Jonathan in a Nigerian generation.

I say again that Bello 's biggest opportunity was right before the elections where he should have negotiated his personal liberty and stepped down. Akpabio did! We know what it fetched hm. Fayemi did. He's not being haunted by the EFCC despite his having a pending case. Am not certain he has even been arraigned yet. Bello's Ego and political naivety pushed him to this point. It's simple

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Politics / Re: I Don't Want To Be A Godfather - Nasir El-rufai by dude(m): 10:03pm On Apr 15
BadMaster:

You can't even speak nor write Hausa, yet forcing yourself to.

I assume your father is the progenitor of the Hausa language. Go Siddon and sharap
Politics / Re: I Don't Want To Be A Godfather - Nasir El-rufai by dude(m): 7:28pm On Apr 15
Karyan shi! He does not have the capacity to be the Tinubu of Lagos or Wike of Rivers. The socio-political landscape of Kaduna has not permitted him. It's alhim not having the opportunity and not about not wanting to be a Godfather

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Travel / Re: Apply For A Personal/travel Loan Without Colletral In Nigeria by dude(m): 12:53pm On Oct 30, 2020
Chidexzy1:
long notes with no point,
Make I screenshot for you? I am the one who went to deal with them

Grab sense oga, forget age... Go and read the terms yourself

Bottom line,there is no Facebook share as a precondition. You have no valid points . Cheers
Travel / Re: Apply For A Personal/travel Loan Without Colletral In Nigeria by dude(m): 12:11pm On Oct 30, 2020
You are sinking deeper into avoidable errors. Can you screenshot where they made a Facebook share a precondition? You were 3 years old when I was graduating from the university by your own admission. I will add that was 15 years ago : age, experience and further education rolled in one. Do you then imagine i will just jump into any process without availing myself of it's benefits and dangers Please screen shot where exactly a Facebook share was given as a mandatory step before accessing a facility?
You mentioned not working for them? So I am to comprehend you are putting up this spirited defence for some organization not paying you?? Common! Grab some common sense and push an intelligent lie
Travel / Re: Apply For A Personal/travel Loan Without Colletral In Nigeria by dude(m): 11:55am On Oct 30, 2020
Chidexzy1:
No one forced you to pay 100naira, It is clearly stated on the website that activation fee is 100naira

Clearly stated on their TERMS AND CONDITION page, Kindly share the post on Facebook and let's see if they'll reach out to you or not

COMMON SENSE IS NOT COMMON, GRAB ONE

You apparently work with them or are an agent. This is just a bloody operation trick. They get 100 naira off you, then make you want to advertise them for free, thereby drawing attention to yourself. Suppose I don't even have a Facebook account? I know people who don't. Tell your people to lay all conditions upfront and let the applying individual decide if to proceed or otherwise, Not get money and start deploy a trick .....
Travel / Re: Apply For A Personal/travel Loan Without Colletral In Nigeria by dude(m): 11:48am On Oct 30, 2020
Chidexzy1:
No one forced you to pay 100naira, It is clearly stated on the website that activation fee is 100naira

Clearly stated on their TERMS AND CONDITION page, Kindly share the post on Facebook and let's see if they'll reach out to you or not

COMMON SENSE IS NOT COMMON, GRAB ONE

Did you make sharing on Facebook a precondition?? Where was that info not upfront?? Besides, what is the correlation between getting a loan and advertising such on Facebook... This was dubious intent from jump! You and your organization needs a whole lot of common sense

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Health / Re: Ease To Access Personal Loans With Little Or No Collateral by dude(m): 11:09am On Oct 30, 2020
Scam. Your organisation demanded 100 Naira fee debited from my sterling bank account , then demanded I paste on my Facebook before any other process. Why in Gods name will anyone want to make public that they are taking a loan or draw such attention to themselves. The merry go round is apparently a scam. There is no loan from this people. People bebaware...! They are just out to defraud you with 100naira ...!
Romance / Re: Ease To Access Personal Loans With Little Or No Collateral by dude(m): 11:08am On Oct 30, 2020
Scam. Your organisation demanded 100 Naira fee debited from my sterling bank account , then demanded I paste on my Facebook before any other process. Why in Gods name will anyone want to make public that they are taking a loan or draw such attention to themselves. The merry go round is apparently a scam. There is no loan from this people. People bebaware...! They are just out to defraud you with 100naira ...!
Travel / Re: Apply For A Personal/travel Loan Without Colletral In Nigeria by dude(m): 11:06am On Oct 30, 2020
Scam. Your organisation demanded 100 Naira fee debited from my sterling bank account , then demanded I paste on my Facebook before any other process. Why in Gods name will anyone want to make public that they are taking a loan or draw such attention to themselves. The merry go round is apparently a scam. There is no loan from this people. People bebaware...! They are just out to defraud you with 100naira ...!

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Business / Re: This Guy Is A Scammer by dude(m): 9:29pm On Oct 22, 2020
Another is Aryktech...baba' NLA scammer
TV/Movies / Re: (good News) Tstv Relaunches, Begins Decoder Sales In Abuja by dude(m): 3:38pm On Oct 04, 2020
Unfortunately, the momentum is lost! They now have to do double or even triple work to have any meaningful entry
Investment / Re: 30,000 Naira Loan Urgently Needed by dude(m): 7:08am On Sep 27, 2020
Do you you have paid employment and based in Abuja?
Politics / Re: I Need The Services Of Someone Who Can Create A Wikipedia Page For A Politician by dude(m): 7:01am On Sep 27, 2020
MrALIVE:
drop your email address


wanikojnr@yahoo.com
Politics / Re: I Need The Services Of Someone Who Can Create A Wikipedia Page For A Politician by dude(m): 3:27am On Sep 26, 2020
I can. Send your contact details
Politics / Re: INEC Has Finally Rigged Edo Election For APC by dude(m): 7:55am On Sep 20, 2020
Superremy, give us a mathematical analysis on why it has been rigged and stop spewing thrash!

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Politics / Re: Edo Governorship Election: Results Of 751 Polling Units Still Being Expected by dude(m): 7:51am On Sep 20, 2020
At this stage, it is fairly easy to predict the day's outcome. If we have an idea of accredited voters in those yet to be announced LGA's, we can match it against parties supposed strength and do simple arithmetic of expected outcomes.
Politics / Re: Help!!!!!!!!! by dude(m): 11:06pm On Jul 27, 2020
Yes. You can mail me wanikojnr@yahoo.com
Politics / Re: Abdulsalami: EFCC Went To My Guest House In Error by dude(m): 5:36am On Jul 10, 2020
Adeniyi made bold claims. And now denying what he clearly insinuated Haaaaaaba

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Politics / Dele Momodu: My Kobo Advice For Adams Oshiomhole And Others by dude(m): 8:54am On Jun 27, 2020
“Before you go on a journey of revenge, dig two graves” – Confucius

Fellow Nigerians, please, let me start this epistle with a tale I’m not sure I have ever told. On Sunday, November 9, 2008, I was at the Lagos Marina with some friends when my phone rang. And who was on the line? No other than the one and only Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, a man I call Uncle Adams for various reasons. He is about eight years older than me. We both come from the same Afenmai tribe of Edo State, though I’m much more affiliated and associated with the Yoruba people because of my birth in Ile-Ife, the cradle of civilisation, and the fact that my Mum is from Gbongan, a dozy town just a few kilometres from Ile-Ife. I have told the story of my Dad’s migration from Ihievbe, now in Owan East Local GovGovernment of Edo State, to finally settle in Ile-Ife, Osun State, possibly around 1944, like many restless men of his time. His decision to make his sojourn in Ile-Ife permanent, probably en route the greener pastures of alluring Lagos, was because he met the naturally beautiful, slim and elegant Gladys who swept him off his feet and they married after a period of courtship. I am the only child of their union.


Comrade Adams had risen to become one of the more prominent sons of Afenmailand and I had tremendous respect for him as a scion of the society and a big Brother. I had followed his amazing trajectory, especially as a Labour leader, with very keen interest. I believe he had a meteoric rise to become Labour leader based on his fantastic managerial, organisational and persuasive skills. I always admire, and appreciate, those with humble beginnings, who struggle hard and manage to break free from the shackles of oppression and manacles of poverty. Comrade is a veritable example of such a person. He has done so with agilagility and tenacity. I must add that he also possesses not only nerves of steel but a steely and unbending resolve which for me has lately been harmful and injurious to him. More on this later.


I think we first met physically on a flight to South Africa about 16 years ago, when he had already become head of the Nigerian Labour Congress. We both recognised each other and exchanged pleasantries and contacts. We struck an instant acquaintance and friendship which has since blossomed into Brotherliness. He became an avuncular figure to me, and he had my blessings when he threw his hat in the ring of politics.

His pedigree as President of the Nigeria Labour Congress clearly, and readily, endeared him to many people. Theoretically, he was expected to be a friend of the masses, and the workers of Edo State were considered lucky to have such a man coming to liberate them from capitalists and oppressors.


Anyway, back to the call, prior to which, both of us had met in Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s home where we had lunch with the former Governor of Lagos State. I knew Chief Tinubu was supporting him heavily and staked a lot on Comrade Oshiomole becoming the Governor of Edo State which has always been considered one of the crown jewels of the Yoruba nation and was indeed a part of Western Nigeria before it became Mid-Western Region of Nigeria in 1963 following a vote by the people of the region. Mid-Western Region became Mid-West State in 1967, Bendel State in 1976 and finally Edo State in 1991 when Bendel State was divided into Edo and Delta States.


During this auspicious call in November 2008, Comrade sounded worried and I asked what the matter was. He said he was anxious about the Court of Appeal judgment regarding his governorship election, which was slated for November 11, 2008, in two days time. I told him not to panic, that all shall be well, and I prayed for him.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008, came, in a jiffy, and Comrade was declared winner of the Edo State Gubernatorial elections. Prayer answered and I was greatly elated. He was sworn in as Governor immediately afterwards on 12 November 2008 and would later govern the State for two terms of eight years in total. As usual with me, I never visited the Edo State Government House during that period, although Comrade and I remained close and regularly called each other and met at various functions. I watched his inimitable style of governance from afar and prayed fervently for his success. He would call me sometimes, usually on Saturdays, after reading my column.

On one such occasions, I recall, I was in Orlando, Florida, and he said he would want me to come to commission some projects in Edo State as a true son of the State.

I said no problem. He promised to send me the dates, but he probably forgot or was too busy, whatever the reason, the call never came, the trip to Edo State as guest of the Governor never happened and the planned commissioning of projects by me never occurred. On another occasion, we met at The World Afenmai Congress in America and had a good tie together catching up on various issues. The truth is that we always bonded well.

I must confess that there were times I was troubled by the many controversies that trailed him during his governance of Edo State. Those who knew him as my big Brother would call me to complain about his garrulousness and dictatorial proclivity. He also did not seem to be grateful on occasions. For example, I recall that he constantly attacked and insulted the Igbinedions who I knew had supported him and I felt that this was not proper or right. Some of his media attacks went overboard. However, I premised some of his intractable opposition to major Edo chieftains to his promise to dismantle all the vestiges of godfatherism in Edo State and end the rent seeking system that it engenders. I felt that if he could achieve this, he would have done the State and the country a great favour by creating a super example for others to emulate.

Please, fast forward again. Close to the end of Comrade’s final tenure as Governor, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, his good friend, invited some of us to the launch of his $1 Billion investment in Okpella, Edo State. It was at that launch that I noticed the ubiquitous presence of Mr Godwin Obaseki who was extremely busy running around to make the ceremony a huge success. Obaseki informed me of his gubernatorial ambition for the first time that day. He and Comrade were like Siamese twins and their camaraderie was palpable. It was apparent that he had the support of the Comrade and he intimated me as much.

I was therefore not surprised when Obaseki announced his aspiration and the rest, as the cliché goes, is history. Obaseki became Governor with the unalloyed support of Comrade who placed all the appurtenances of Government at his disposal to ensure his famous victory. Comrade and Obaseki were inseparable and were seen regularly together at public functions from the inception of the new Government. One was the Governor Emeritus while the other was the tyro Baby Governor. I witnessed their cordiality, first-hand, at a Tinubu Colloquium about two years ago at the Eko Convention Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos. It was there Comrade “instructed” Obaseki to hold me tight. “Dele is one of our icons stolen by the Yoruba people.


Please, you must bring him back home. I failed in achieving that in eight years, but you must not fail.” Obaseki gave me his direct line instantly. We chatted a few times and that was it really. The plan was to invite me to a reception and celebrate me amongst my father’s people. Perhaps, he got distracted, but I understand perfectly given where we are today. Interestingly, this was what then Governor Olagunsoye Oyinlola did, as Governor of Osun State, when he invited me to Osogbo and gave me a special recognition award as a distinguished son of Osun State.

Given the genesis of their relationship, Obaseki had been brought by Comrade into the politics, from the relative obscurity of investment banking, to head the Edo State Economic and Strategy Team. The way they had carried on for seven years whilst Comrade was Governor, and for a while after Obaseki became Governor, I never thought for a moment that Comrade and Obaseki would ever quarrel like other godfathers and their godchildren have been wont to do in this peculiar Nigerian clime. However, the ways of Nigerian politicians can never be understood by mere mortals like us, and things unravelled very quickly indeed once both men decided to part ways. Amidst allegations of betrayal, subterfuge and unbecoming insults, I am not in a position to determine who betrayed the other. For me it doesn’t really matter. The important thing is that this should never have happened to two seemingly good people who were practically in a tight relationship with each other. I have had the opportunity of speaking at different times to both of them, especially Comrade who I met at breakfast in Eko Hotel Signature in Lagos last yea. Comrade never said anything concrete enough to warrant the war of attrition that is now likely to consume at least one, or indeed both of them, if care is not taken. My own plea that day was for Comrade to forgive whatever iniquity or sin Obaseki might have committed. I’m one Christian who holds the Biblical injunction on forgiveness very close to my heart. There is nothing too big to forgive even if I can’t forget, and I do desperately try to forget as well. I have learnt that life is too short and there are always regrets all round afterwards.

In short, I continue to believe that Comrade should have treated Obaseki like a recalcitrant baby and leave him to his conscience because he is the older man and the benefactor. By playing dirty and wrestling in the mud with Obaseki, Comrade has diminished his status and importance in the eyes of onlookers nationally and internationally. In fact, Comrade has provided some lethal ammunition for his many vociferous critics and rabid enemies who have now, apparently, finally, gunned him down. How fatally he has been dealt with remains to be seen. I do hope that he heals quickly and bounces back


His firebrand style of politics is still something that I look forward to. Exactly two Sundays ago, I predicted what has happened to some mutual friends, Senator Tokunbo Afikuyomi and Hon. Oye Ojo when we discussed the raging imbroglio. As I also said to them that evening, what shall it profit a man who kills his own child in a pique and fit of anger? Especially when in the process the man himself appears to have sung his own nunc dimitis! I believe that if Oshiomole had left Obaseki alone, he would not have been suspended by his ward and there would therefore have been no basis for his removal as Chairman. Instead he went further to disqualify Obaseki as APC Governorship aspirant APC Party Chairman. Comrade would have done well to listen to Confucius who wrote, “Before you go on a journey of revenge, dig two graves”!

It seems now virtually late to make amends. Comrade and Obaseki have stripped themselves naked in the marketplace. Their underbelly and nudity have been harshly exposed. It is such a monumental tragedy. The battle is no longer a localized affair but a national struggle for the control of the ruling party ahead of the 2023 Presidential election.

Beyond Obaseki, I feel that Comrade was fighting, like a poor General, on too many fronts. He should have read the handwriting correctly to see that Obaseki was now a pawn in the game but he didn’t. This is unlike a man with his maturity in politics. I thought he was a master tactician and strategist but his performance as Chairman of APC totally belied this. The APC he presided over had become nothing but a “Fuji House of Commotion”, a place where, apologies to Chinua Achebe, the falcon could no longer hear the falconer. And so, things fell apart, and the centre could no longer hold.

For Comrade, that is not a sign of political craftsmanship but brinkmanship. It is called political harakiri!
Technology Market / Re: Aryktech by dude(m): 9:28am On Dec 13, 2019
Thanks
Technology Market / Aryktech by dude(m): 9:02am On Dec 13, 2019
Had a transaction with a guy
Webmasters / Re: 3 Adsense Accounts For Sale: 22, 18 And 11 Months Old PIN Verified by dude(m): 8:55am On Dec 13, 2019
Have you scammed me Arytech? Arewa Olayinka
Car Talk / Innoson Vehicles: How Realiable Are They For Commercial Purposes? by dude(m): 1:15pm On Dec 07, 2019
Hello everyone,
We are looking at commencing a new transportation/ logistics outfit. The proposed transportation outfit is intended for Lagos- Abuja route, and a few parts of the east. We are also strongly considering purchases of Innoson buses. We kindly solicit advise on the use of Innoson buses as it concerns easy to source spare parts, durability, fuel consumption, functionality and other details. Thanks my people

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Car Talk / Re: Have You Seen This Innoson IVM 6857 Bus Before? (photos) by dude(m): 8:11am On Oct 21, 2019
OyinO:


You should work on your poor mentality for criticising this great development and enterprise that contributes to GDP and placing countless youths on jobs and income status.

This great development, contributions to GDP and jobs would be eroded if it does not perfect its product and processes. There are countless bigger organizations that died because they did not improve on their product. Feel free to ask for a list

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Car Talk / Re: Have You Seen This Innoson IVM 6857 Bus Before? (photos) by dude(m): 8:03am On Oct 21, 2019
Dedetwo:


This is the ranting of an ant. A slowpoke spouted about electro-bathing in an industrial grade and his/her empty skull did not fathom that Nigeria is dead in the waters.

Oga, no consumer cares about how a product is perfected. The technology and complications of a perfected product are the exclusive burdens of a manufacturer. Innoson should perfect its product by every means necessary and square up against other brands. There is no logic in saying the Nigerian factor is reason for its poor painting. No buyer who has spent millions on such product will understand your lame logic

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Car Talk / Re: Have You Seen This Innoson IVM 6857 Bus Before? (photos) by dude(m): 7:49am On Oct 21, 2019
@All criticizing Kingreign's honest assessment, Why are we like this in this country? Someone point's out a major flaw in a product, and we declare an all out war?
True, every product goes through a major trial and stability phase. But to say, it's observed flaw should be hushed up in the name of patriotism or any other factor is a huge disservice to Innoson itself. The purchasing audience won't buy on sentiments. In businesses, brand recommendations are huge sustaining factors. What many don't understand is that its only the paint flaw that has been observed. If other flaws come to notice, and hushed up (as many here would have) its only a matter of time before the sales of Innoson suffers a decline. No public will cough out huge funds to do purchase on sentiments simply because its a local brand. All of you condemning Kingreign wont spend hard earned resources to purchase an an Innoson brand if it does not improve on its product defects. With the Toyota's and Honda's of this world ever modifying their brands to perfection, the only way for Innoson to gain and sustain a firm foothold is product/brand perfection. No organization or product thrive on local sentiments to end. As a matter of fact, in sanner climes, those vehicles with such defects would have been recalled. The only way to prove the validity or strength of any idea, is subject it to tests and criticisms. Its proven to strengthen products and organizations. Saying such things like how much is a person worth, or what has achieved simply because he talks about a flaw speaks to the kind of country we live and the individuals that populate it

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