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Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 8:57am On Oct 19
jesusbae32:


I used UBA for mine( got debited within 3 days also got my telex too) Rate is 567.15 with 11 for telex.

Please when did you make this form A payment, want to check with the current rate am about paying
Religion / Re: Adeboye: I Will Receive COVID-19 Vaccine For The Sake Of The Gospel by Goke7: 12:52pm On Oct 02
Oga Righteousness is no where to be found so far on this thread. He must be so disappointed

Awon spiritual anti vaxxers grin

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Family / Re: My Wife Complains That My Private Part Is Too Big & That I Stay Too Long, Help by Goke7: 12:47pm On Oct 01
you guys should seek for professional counselling, don't allow third-parties intervention please
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 4:38pm On Sep 26
TheGuyFromHR:


So you know you don't know how to read and you see that as a virtue? And you want to go to study in a country where you have to know not only how to read, but also how to research and understand what you are reading, and you believe that you can just skip all that Nigerian-style?

That's very foolish.

Again stop being petty, reading does not equal intelligence, some folks are dyslexic and does not mean they are not intelligent enough to undertake a course of study. It's in Nigeria we kill people with too much books and still nothing to show for it.

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Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 2:30pm On Sep 26
TheGuyFromHR:


The so-called agents claim to be so on the basis of information freely available on the internet to anyone who can read English.
After consulting 'agents" to fill a simple visa form, perhaps these same students will also consult agents to carry out their research and complete their school assignments for them when they get to the UK.

You guys are just petty. Firstly we have a bad reading culture in Nigeria and many folks don't have enough patience to read through and understand clearly. Secondly we have lots of minors here, folks less than 18 yrs for undergraduate study and even those older like in early twenties who still don't know their left from right and it's easy to detect them here from the kind of questions being asked.

Let's always be more reasonable in our responses, the visa application questions are a bit technical and some times it's difficult for some to answer yes or no. Using our personal experience as a standard for everyone is very selfish and unreasonable. Lots of people even asked questions here and never get answers.

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Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 4:00pm On Sep 25
Boofrenzy:
Released as at today , this is direct information from the SGF Platform .

The UK need to come clean than this, why will those vaccinated in Nigeria not be recognized.

The statement is just damage control not to jeopardize the ongoing vaccine campaign by the FG

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Religion / Re: Pastor Shaibu Butchered To Death By Muslim Youths In Masu, Kano (Graphic Photos) by Goke7: 3:50pm On Sep 25
cryptotech:

All this you are saying is nonsense, don't generalized, northern Nigerian has been know to always use religion extremism to fuel political, economic and social issue..
Malaysia, Jordan, Singapore are all Islamic country, did you see all this madness there..
I will advise southerner to leave the north, let them consume their self

Singapore is not an Islamic country pls
Politics / Re: Why Is The South West Afraid Of Northern Candidate From PDP In 2023 by Goke7: 2:34pm On Sep 25
JimiJunji:


An Igbo presidency will actually kill/harm the biafran agitation and hilarious to believe that the any of them would initiate restructuring. Only wike has the balls to do that. What's funny and you may not agree with me is that someone like tinubu is most likely to restructure but that's one of the reasons the northern cabal won't allow him presidency, the man can't be controlled but unfortunately anti-yoruba sentiment has affected him. This is just my personal opinion tho.

Fashola is another guy who has the balls but like you said so many sentiments are also against him.

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Politics / Re: Why Is The South West Afraid Of Northern Candidate From PDP In 2023 by Goke7: 2:24pm On Sep 25
SIRTee15:


I'm Yoruba but I want a southerner from either SE/SS to get the presidency in 2023. I don't support a Yoruba presidency.
Present Yoruba generation are too pro nigerian for my liking. Na them carry nigerian unity for head pass.

Besides, I don't trust any Yoruba politician to initiate the so much desired restructuring we desperately need in this country.
They are too comfortable with the present structure and only hope to be in charge..taking the larger portion of the cake.

South south politicians have learnt their lessons with Jonathan. They won't wait for any 2nd term to strike.

Though some ibo politicians no get sense, but the undying agitation for biafra in that region will be too hard for any ibo president to ignore. Something has to give..at least restructuring.

And you think a president from SE or SS will bring about the desired restructuring? You must be joking.

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Politics / Re: Why Is The South West Afraid Of Northern Candidate From PDP In 2023 by Goke7: 2:10pm On Sep 25
AfonjaConehead:


In all fairness it should come from either the SE or SS..
The south west may try if only the candidate is Osinbajo..but I don't know how that will go down well with the people of the SE and SS cos they really feel the SW betrayed them 2014 which is unfortunately true.

If we make the mistake of continuous bickering and the north takes the advantage again,it's a pity cos.

What did the SS and SE give SW that made them feel betrayed. You guys just make spurious sentiments
Politics / Re: BREAKING!!! IPOB Orders Members To Remove All Nigerian Flags In South East by Goke7: 7:15am On Sep 25
Sunday2021:
This is a declaration of war. I will beg innocent igbos to pack out of the south east in order to avoid collateral damage.

Pack out to where?
Business / Re: Chinese Spotted At Onitsha Main Market, Speaks Igbo, Claims Anambra Origin:video by Goke7: 5:34pm On Sep 24
falcon01:
Does that man looks like a Chinese

Me sef I tire o, we don clone another variant of Chinese for here grin

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Phones / Re: Apple Threatened Facebook Ban Over Slavery Posts On Instagram by Goke7: 2:06pm On Sep 23
odikpa serious
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 11:13am On Sep 23
Visa Alert

Application September 8 Priority
Biometrics Sept 14, TLS Ikeja
Sent to DMC Sept 14
Sent VAC September 22
Collection Mail September 22
Collected September 23

Thanks to everyone making this platform thick

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Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 5:06pm On Sep 22
obisdupsy:
Please any TLS VI September 14, have you received collection mail?

Yes but TLS Ikeja
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 5:04pm On Sep 22
Menab:
good afternoon house, please how long does it take for VAC to receive an application and then send collection mail? My application shows moved to VAC since very early this morning and till now, it hasn't been received by VAC neither have I received collection mail. Another question is, if the main applicant get visa does it mean the dependents (children alone) would get too? did priority for myself as main applicant and did standard for my kids. I am asking so as to buy tickets once my visa is out while I wait for theirs.

thank you for prompt response

Mine was also moved to VAC this morning and I have gotten collection mail just two hours ago so keep checking your mail.

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Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 6 by Goke7: 4:47am On Sep 21
Peoria98:
Hello everyone, pls eh how much does walk-in at TLS center cost? Or is it free?

42k

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Paul Rusesabagina (Hotel Rwanda Hero) Convicted In Sham Trial by Goke7: 2:10pm On Sep 20
MVLOX:
Hope say Kigame no be another dictator in disguise cha

He is the reason am not a big fan. With all his development strides in Rwanda for how long will he be president

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Politics / Re: Hakeem Baba-Ahmed: If Another Northern Is Elected President, Heaven Won’t Fall by Goke7: 11:38am On Sep 20
these guys are joking, can they cope with multiple secession agitations from the south come 2023?

They talk as if they don't need Nigeria to survive, if they are that confident in themselves why not break away and form their own country.

I think they are becoming more jittery

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Politics / Re: Masari On VAT: Northern States Responsible For Lagos, Rivers Development by Goke7: 4:14pm On Sep 19
Awoleesu:
Mr. Masari has a good political argument but a lame economics one!

If we take Democratic economies like India, USA etc for instance, you'll discover that a region like Goa decided to promote economically proactive policies when it became clear she had to compete with regions like Punjab and Central India or fall into the non-viable brackets of regions like Pradesh - note that they all have seaports!
The idea is that the economic less-viable states should rather be challenged to bring to the front burner their economic comparative advantages instead of complaining about being threatened (even as a consumer based economy)!

In Masari's Katsina for example, Sharp sand is in excessive abundance. Why can't he think of generating IGR by 'exporting' the commodity to a predominantly rocky Abuja for an economic exchange?

Utah does not begrudge Indianapolis for being a gateway to the US, nor does N.Dakota feel cheated by the prosperity of Florida simply because they operate within the same federation.
Each state look inward to bring up a competitive advantage...

That's what Wike meant by "putting on their thinking caps..." That's what Masari should be doing, and not arguing about being the "demand aide".

What happened to the Katsina Steel Rolling Mill under Masari? This complex is capable of triggering a multiplier effect of chain markets, but what we saw is that it has gone moribund!

So, Oga no one will lower the bar for you simply because you chose to be unproductive... Get in the ring and compete! That's what Democratic economics is all about!

They simply don't want to do the work. Everybody wants ready-made jollof rice, and masari is not alone on this, even some southerners think the same too. Most Nigerians are busy-bodies and always want to claim what's not theirs. The UK is four countries altogether but Downing street never makes the final decision for Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, those other nations have their own govt who still makes the rules for their respective people and they all respect their boundaries. But in Nigeria, the man in kano wants to decide for the man in Ibadan, who does that? This is what is causing all the crises in this country. Akwa Ibom is building a seaport, is anybody in Lagos disturbing them? This madness must stop

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Politics / Re: Masari On VAT: Northern States Responsible For Lagos, Rivers Development by Goke7: 4:05pm On Sep 19
codemaniacs:


so in other words you're s out of at least 30 million Yoruba people, no Yoruba person is into importation, exportation, manufacturing and trade......

the weed you're smoking is very strong.. grin grin grin

leave them with their lies, there is no business in this country the Yorubas are not into from spare parts to shipping business. When true restructuring happens, all these lies will be exposed. They have really taken the liberality of the Yorubas for granted

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Politics / Re: Masari On VAT: Northern States Responsible For Lagos, Rivers Development by Goke7: 3:14pm On Sep 19
ThinkSmarter:
He is saying the truth, Lagos and Rivers have ports, but the people that pays the necesarry tax like custom duty, import duty, export, environmental,etc are mostly Igbos and Hausas from the hinterlands who are mostly the importers and traders from Kano, Anambra, Borno, Abia, Kaduna, Imo, etc

Then let them go back to their states to pay those taxes so they can increase their VAT collections, we need to stop these lies of who exactly is the wealthiest in Nigeria. You will be shocked to know that what you are saying is not true

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Politics / Re: Masari On VAT: Northern States Responsible For Lagos, Rivers Development by Goke7: 3:09pm On Sep 19
Oyiboman69:
you're wrong to some extent because it cannot survive as you claimed...do you know that ports in some States are dormant due to politics just to favour the southwest?. what do you think if ports in other States are made functional?, it will decongest the Lagos port and thereby projects the economy of other States but politics won't allow such...

Lagos and Rivers will continue to thrive because they are on the coast, we need to ask questions about delta, Bayelsa, and other coastal states what have they been doing. No one is preventing other coastal states from thriving, let's stop the lies, who has stopped Akwa-Ibom so far? none
Politics / Re: Masari On VAT: Northern States Responsible For Lagos, Rivers Development by Goke7: 3:06pm On Sep 19
udemzeus:




What did BAT do,was he the one who built third mainland bridge??


You must be crazy, I love in Lagos too bro, Tinubu didn't do anything, development started from Fashola

it was tinubu restructuring of Lagos that made fashola a huge success. Tinubu's revenue drive e.g. wharf landing fees and other major sources of revenue made fashola had so much funds to play with
Politics / Re: Masari On VAT: Northern States Responsible For Lagos, Rivers Development by Goke7: 2:48pm On Sep 19
there is no need for argument about this VAT stuff, let other states begin to attract industries to themselves to increase their VAT collection too.

Why must it continue to look like monkey dey work, baboon dey chop? Nigerians are just too lazy, everybody wants ready-made jollof rice
Health / Re: COVID-19: Persons Vaccinated In Africa, Others Considered Unvaccinated By The UK by Goke7: 12:25pm On Sep 19
Solatium:




That is not true,you will not have access to that vaccination electronic ID until you register online,it is electronically generated,those who will vaccinate you don't even know until when you present your appointment printout.
there is no way anyone can manipulate that bro,i have been through the process and i know

Don't waste your time educating ignorant people bruv. Leave them to their own imaginations

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Health / Re: COVID-19: Persons Vaccinated In Africa, Others Considered Unvaccinated By The UK by Goke7: 12:19pm On Sep 19
hustla:



Why do they have to go through all that stress when you're the one who wants to come to their country?

Stay your country if you no like their rules na

It's no stress, the countries on the list, the UK already have their data. It's a simple process ok?
Health / Re: COVID-19: Persons Vaccinated In Africa, Others Considered Unvaccinated By The UK by Goke7: 11:42am On Sep 19
owagbeba:


You no see Russia, UAE, South America for the list? Where is the racism in this topic?

The list will still be updated in own view, I just think data sharing is the issue and the achieved percentage of fully vaccinated people compared to the population.
Health / Re: COVID-19: Persons Vaccinated In Africa, Others Considered Unvaccinated By The UK by Goke7: 11:38am On Sep 19
MALIGNANTGuest:

Guy I have lost complete confidence in the entire system. BUHARI going to the UK to receive treatment 2weekly is enough to cancel the entire exercise.
That's how the WHITES think.

Buhari uk medicals has nothing to do with vaccine pls. That's a different matter and has no connection with this

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