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Romance / Re: Her First Child Belongs To My Friend! Should I Tell Her Husband? by IbitsonReloaded(m): 5:10pm On Aug 13
This has happened to my then school daughter and her current husband, the guy knew that the pregnancy wasn't his but the girl forced it on him by force, they both knew that I know that the pregnancy wasn't the guys', so, the guy begged me to come to their family meeting and tell everyone but I refused because I refuse to be at the centre of a family feud.
Today, they are both married with 2 more kids to make it 3.
I would have been the devil if I had opened up.

My guy don't say anything, let the truth reveal itself if it will.
You might reveal it and the worse may not happen, the husband might not leave his wife and your friend might not even take the kid, instead they become friends, then you end up being the bad person.
Just wise up my guy

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Romance / Re: How Do I Get A Nice And Religious Husband For This Ex Neighbour Of Mine? by IbitsonReloaded(m): 10:46am On Aug 09
Something must kill a man, my brother.
I need her 2go profile name please.
Obudupikin:
If she get nyansh, gimme her number. Something must kill man.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: I Just Landed A New Job by IbitsonReloaded(m): 12:41pm On Aug 01
VictorUSA:
I'm planning to bring a friend down to Taraba state..

I can come down to Taraba if the job is sure and okay, please.
I need job
Career / Re: My Experience As A Banker by IbitsonReloaded(m): 11:41am On Jul 23
Is like your mental health is not that important to you.
They almost made you run mad and you still stayed there for that long?

Mystery2020:
"They finally employed you. I hope you have a strong shoe", she said. I did not understand what the teller meant.

I had spent about a quarter in this new generation bank, I was ridiculed, insulted and bullied by the head teller and cash officer who is a Unilag graduate, the branch manager (BM) who once accused me of stealing, and my new supervisor who just got back from maternity leave.

This new supervisor, Fatima, was a curvy ebony naturalised Hausa-Fulani woman. One day, she asked if I have a lover. Then told me to come along with her for a drink. She wanted to take me out after the naming ceremony of the head teller's new baby, but I refused to attend. The following week, she began telling other staff members that I am stubborn. This was the genesis of my problem with her.

A lot of flirting used to happen in that place. Only two of the women out of eight were spared; one Yorubanised Hausa woman and maybe the CSM. Even the CSM gave me flirty looks several times. One of the tellers once called me gay. Asking if I don't have erections.

A new girl was hired. She was an introvert like me, but from Enugu state and a graduate of ESUT. Coincidentally, one of the Yoruba staff and a Business Administration graduate of OOU served in her village. This young lady, an Anglican, can be mistaken as the daughter of the Nollywood and Yoruba language actress popularly known as Lanre Hassan.

She made it known to management that she prefer to be in operations. However, she was brought to marketing. She said they told her point blank at head office HR that all employees in our cadre must first work as a marketer regardless of their qualifications. She had no choice but to accept the offer, so I decided to help her adjust and settle down.

The BM is a Catholic, who once forgot to attend Ash Wednesday mass despite always wearing a rosary. He is the temperamental type who takes first impression seriously. He is the first child of his family, and was often tasked with carrying the ladder up and down the streets of Nnewi for NITEL technicians when they're trying to fix the family's landline. His first car, a Honda "baby boy" Accord was stolen at gun point.

The BM, owns a shell company with address in Lekki where proceeds from dubious deals are laundered. Some of these proceeds he shared among the operations staff headed by one pretty lady; a charismatic Catholic & graduate of Ekpoma. I was told by a teller that this lady (CSM) once approached the manager to give her and the boys 'something'. This teller lives in a 'selfcon' in Surulere, which he inherited from his grandmother.

They tested me withing my first week of resumption. They sent me to a customer; a Micro Finance bank in Ikeja, with a t-fare double the required amount. When I returned, I wanted to return the balance but they all ignored me. They sent me to the MFB again the following day. I simply used the balance from the previous day. I thought I did the right thing, not knowing that they only wanted to know whether I came to Lagos to "count bridge". A question the 'Surulere' teller eventually asked me rhetorically.

They lied to me that I can not request for a t-fare lower than what I got previously again, because they will be queried by internal control. A lady in the customer care unit who attended FGGC Calabar, tried to ginger me not to answer them, but I gave in and continued to accept the bogus t-fare. Months later, the OOU graduate told me to stop behaving like a saint, that even my then supervisor who is married to an Mbaise woman collects double of that figure.

Just before the ESUT lady resumed, the manager withdrew the branch car from me, then gave me a target to open 80 accounts, sell 40 cards/POS, and mobilise ₦40 million, all within a month among other tasks. He was also using me as his P.A. and 'man Friday' for his exportation business & family Charity.

The manager refused to give the ESUT girl targets. He played a smart one by asking her, "Do you know what your target is"? She answered "no". While walking away & pointing to me, the manager said to her, "Ask him". I responded like an imbëcile; 80 accounts, 40 cards/POS, ₦40million monthly. To add salt to injury, the branch car was made available to her most times.

She was given tasks that will make her develop faster as a banker. While I was left to roam about the streets of Lagos on foot like a lunatic, who is possessed by a legion of vagabond spirits recently rendered homeless by D.K. Olukoya of MFM. Three months later, our mate in another branch told me he never go on errands without their branch car, and that he even took driving lessons with it. Na dis kind people fit the industry. Lol.

This new girl almost made the same 'first impression' blunders I made that earned me the title of "the laziest staff the manager as ever seen". I was there for her at every step, mentoring her and teaching her how to deal with them (other staff members). I will defend her in her absence whenever they speak ill of her, and always advise her on how to correct these bad impressions. I never knew that I myself had become the topic of their gossips. They gossip me even with cleaners, drivers and security men.

There was a day I came late due to an accident in which my knees were bruised. They were still in the morning meeting when I got there. The BM queried "why are you just coming? who died?". "I will make this place unbearable for you if you don't sit up".

Then the scheming against me began to heat up. She joined them to gossip me. There was a time I caught three of them by the elbow; Fatima, ESUT girl and CSM. The Ambrose Ali lady (CSM) quickly lied that the manager was asking of me. I knew she was lying but just had to leave the room. I was thinking the ESUT girl will gist me later. I am still waiting for the gist as I type this föölish epistle.

Then ESUT girl started mocking me codedly. "You are going again?" She will ask with a sadistic smile whenever I am about leaving for marketing.

For six months they tried to destroy me psychologically. I will save what they did for later. My mates in V.I., Apapa, Nnamdi Azikiwe, and somewhere else in Lagos Island which I won't mention got similar toxic treatments, but with different flavours.

Their breakthrough came during an arranged MPR meeting where I was thoroughly mocked by all the staff. The BM even called me a slowpoke. ESUT girl laughed at their insults to my dismay. Then the manager noticed my mood has changed, & sensed the opportunity to go in for the kill. Stand up!", he shouted at me, I refused. They all shouted, stand up! even the ESUT girl. Then the head teller said in Yoruba, what the hell is wrong with this boy?" That got me really pissed off. I scanned the room, my previous supervisor was biting his lips and smiling slightly. The manager snapped his fingers at me, making the impression of 'I will deal with you'.

The CSM called me for a chat, she pretended as if she cared. But her opening statement gave her away. "What you did was very rude", referring to the MPR incident. She wasn't present. Her, the first teller who asked me if I have a strong shoe, the FGGC Calabar lady, and one other teller, a man from Kwara, left the room to attend to a matter before the attack happened.

She kept going round in circles, asking stupid questions like do I have problems convincing people to open accounts? Asking me if anyone in the branch offended me. Asking me to tell her what they did wrong so that they can avoid such mistakes in the future. I was now convinced it was an exit interview. I got to know they planned the whole thing a couple of months before.

By 12 noon I got a one-page query for insubordination and two other offences; the third was a serious one. He copied the HR Business Partner who was a graduate of English Language, and 2 other executives. I won't be surprised if he did a Blind Carbon copy to the entire banking group. I replied in three lines. Business partner said I should report to a particular HR staff on Friday of that week.

On Monday, I reported to head office, HR staff has gone on leave. It was another HR officer who attended to me. A short lady, she covered her ID card so I didn't see her name. She asked, "What did you do to them that made them write all those things against you?" I did not do anything, I replied. "And they wrote all those things", she said. "They can not all be bad people", she continued. She said I showed too much anger in my reply to the query. She then went on to give me a lecture on anger management. I kept looking like mumu.

Worried about my calmness, she asked me what the problem was. I told her I have become addicted to painkillers. She asked what my future career plan is, and I told her. Of course it was not banking. She said there are more mad people in that particular sector. She said they will get back to me.

My system password was about to expire the week of the incident, but I didn't reset it. I came around Tuesday morning to know my fate, nothing.

On Wednesday, BM showed me a letter from HR Business Partner dated Tuesday, indicating that I was done. "This is what I have been telling you", he said. He asked me to login and send my handover note but I told him I can't. He was trying hard to hold his laugh.

A month later, I was getting strange calls from unknown numbers. Maybe they wanted to know if I have committed suicide. By the grace of God I am gainfully employed.

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Career / Re: My Experience As A Banker by IbitsonReloaded(m): 11:39am On Jul 23
buttlover:
grin If na me, I for don resign teh teh. My mental health comes first. Working in such toxic gossiping environment is a no no for me. It is either I join them or I leave them

The guy get patience, walahi.
Ecobank no do reach this one before I resign.

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Travel / Re: World's Happiest Countries For 2022 by IbitsonReloaded(m): 10:53am On Jul 19
I didn't see Nigeria on the list, I hope these people know what they are doing sha.
NOTORIOUS100:


VANGUARD
Celebrities / Re: Tems & Wizkid Baby Mama, Jada Surprise Him On His 32nd Birthday(Video) by IbitsonReloaded(m): 2:26pm On Jul 18
Emzyeazy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW00dtwkpB0

Nigerian singer Davido turned 32 on July 16 and he was well celebrated by fans and colleagues on social media.

The singer known for his quite nature didn't shares posts or details of his birthday but a video of him at dinner with colleague Tems, supermodel Naomi Campbell and his third baby mama Jada has surfaced.

Other people were also present and they joined the singer i toasting to life and the new journey ahead of him.

Op are you not high like this??
Headlines says Wizkid, details says Davido, image and video says otherwise.
Try dey wash your eye with kai Kai before you type
Politics / Re: Tinubu Confirms Kashim Shettima As His Running Mate by IbitsonReloaded(m): 4:08pm On Jul 10
Failure is all I see here

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Politics / Re: Peter Obi: My Opponents Paying People To Malign Me, Infiltrate My Supporters by IbitsonReloaded(m): 3:28pm On Jul 06
Fahdiga:
We know he is referring to agbado ambassadors. Majority of them are here on nairaland spewing bile and hate from morning to night just to smear the image of the people's choice Peter Obi but thank God that millions of Nigerians are not swayed by their stale propaganda. Peter Obi is the best man for the job.

Seun osewa of nairaland is not left out.
He is working for the corn ambassador.
Celebrities / Re: Davido Insults Cousin, Dele Adeleke On Twitter, Deletes The Tweet Afterwards by IbitsonReloaded(m): 10:06pm On Jan 11
BrickDevo:
I am not surprised, dude likes to dey shalaye

Still in the business of providing affordable housing

I need a room self in Coker àgùdà or Orile.
Politics / Re: Togo, Benin, Niger Owe Nigeria 30 Billion Naira For Electricity by IbitsonReloaded(m): 9:28am On Mar 17, 2020
Nepa! Nepa?!! Nepa!!!
How many times I call una
Politics / Re: Buba Galadima: My Family Scattered In Relatives’ Houses by IbitsonReloaded(m): 10:12am On Feb 28, 2020
healthserve:
They came for you cause you have failed to denounce your loyalty to GEJ. I remember one of your very finny statements. Saying after God for you, its GEJ. Elevating him to status that provokes the adversaries. Sowwie. Just make sure you upload pics when you and Fayose meet to ball
He was not the person that made the statement, it was Bala Mohammed, the present Bauchi state governor

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Family / Re: Married But I'm Not Connected With My Husband, Hence I'm Depressed by IbitsonReloaded(m): 11:39pm On Feb 22, 2020
UjuJoan2:
It's because of situations like this that I wholly support open marriages.

What is open marriage biko. I just want to know. I abeg no insult me ooh
Politics / Re: Heavy Security At Benin Airport Over Oshiomhole’s Arrival by IbitsonReloaded(m): 5:51pm On Feb 22, 2020
Please I need a job. I completed my NYSC last year and till now I haven't started working. I studied agricultural engineering but I can work anywhere. Please help me if you can. 08153012064
Celebrities / Re: 7 Nigerian Celebrities Who Are Muslims And You Never Knew by IbitsonReloaded(m): 9:31am On Feb 21, 2020
Kcitytv:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1T49zOwmD4

Nigerian entertainment industry is a multicultural hub, which incorporates
artistes, actors, among others, from various cultural and religious backgrounds.

Today we are going to be talking about Top 7 Nigerian Celebrities, Actors & Musicians Who Are Muslims.


1. Sound Sultan
Sound Sultan is a prominent Nigerian celebrity who is a Muslim.

2. Reminisce
Reminisce is a rapper who goes by the name Abdulkhalid Remilekun Shafaru

3.Femi Adebayo
Femi Adebayo is a top Nigerian actor and filmmaker, who is better known for his exploits in the Yoruba movie scene.

4. Wasiu Alabi Pasuma, also known as "Oganla", is a Nigerian film actor and Fuji musician.

5 CDQ
CDQ, is a Nigerian indigenous hip-hop rapper and songwriter


6 Hafiz Oyetoro Saka
Popular Nollywood comic act, Afeez Oyetoro, who is fondly called Saka

7. Naira Marley, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter.

if you have been following Nigerian entertainment, you will know that it is only sound sultan that sound surprising. I guess you are from the south or east and that's where you reside if not you won't be writing this rubbish.

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Politics / Re: ECOWAS New Currency - Compare Ghana's Response To Nigeria's Response by IbitsonReloaded(m): 1:15pm On Dec 31, 2019
gloriaunobi:
That's not my problems but how do I migrate to Canada
Me too bro, who has any idea about it should please let me know
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Top 10 Ways To Flop During A Job Interview by IbitsonReloaded(m): 9:13am On Dec 12, 2019
macbede:
shocked

This people are mean sha.
NEPA no bring light since yesterday sha
Nepa dey on strike, the strike started yesterday
Romance / Re: She Keeps Insisting On Having Sex Without Protection by IbitsonReloaded(m): 10:37pm On Nov 20, 2019
She just needs a child to call her own not that she has any negative idea in her mind. She's probably wanting to rush it because she feels she's aging. I'm sure she's very clean and she isn't trying to implicate you for anything.
My advice : do it if you also feel like having a child with her but don't if you don't feel like.
Religion / Re: Bishop Claude Berkley Apologizes Over Bikini Fashion Show In Trinidad Church by IbitsonReloaded(m): 1:17pm On Nov 10, 2019
kestolove95:
Wow...dix is nice even Jesus attended
It was Mohammed that attended
Nairaland / General / Re: How Can I Get My Money Back? by IbitsonReloaded(m): 10:56am On Sep 20, 2019
healthserve:
Sell.the airtime online nau. 500 naira x eight buyers simple
The credit has been removed from my line by glo. So I don't have it and they didn't credit my bank account
Nairaland / General / How Can I Get My Money Back? by IbitsonReloaded(m): 8:03pm On Sep 19, 2019
Don't mind the long episode please.
It all began on the 7th of September 2019, I wanted to recharge 100 naira through my UBA mobile banking app but I erroneously over-recharged my glo line with 4,262 naira, reason was because I was in haste and my touch pad was kinda faulty. I called glo customer care that day and explained what happened to them but they told me that I should call my bank. I did but my bank told me the money could have been reversed had it been it was a mistake of 10k and above I made. I then told the guy that was talking to me that if that is the case then he should wait and let me make another recharge of 6k but he said if I try it then I'm on my own because he was talking about only a single recharge. As I saw that there was nothing I could do, I accepted my fate and decided to look for buyers so that I can make transfers to them, which I got. I tried making the airtime transfer but it was impossible, so I called glo again and asked them why I can't transfer and they told me that it was because I was on glo bumpa, so I was told to leave the plan and migrate to another plan but if I migrated all my bonus will be lost so I decided to use part of the bonus first before migration. While I was on that I received a call from glo on the 9th of September and they told me that the reversal can be done as they are ready to assist me, I said okay they should help me since that was what I wanted that was how my 4,262 was wiped that day, so I was just expecting to receive bank alert and I didn't, then I called them the next day and they asked me to be patient because it's a process from my line to my bank, I said okay then I waited again. It was on 12th they called me and told me that the reversal has been done and that I should wait to receive the alert but I didn't receive any alert so I had to call my bank and asked why they haven't credited me and they were surprised and asked me what I was saying then they told me that my network didn't contact them. Till today 19th of September I haven't seen my credit on my line or received credit alert from my bank. I went as far tweeting glo on twitter but they only asked me to be patient. These days no matter how many times I call them, they won't pick my call instead they will just busy the call.
Please advice a brother. What can I do to get my money back? sad
Nairaland / General / What I Have Faced In The Hand Of Glo Network by IbitsonReloaded(m): 6:01pm On Sep 19, 2019
Don't mind the long episode please.
It all began on the 7th of September 2019, I wanted to recharge 100 naira through my UBA mobile banking app but I erroneously over-recharged my glo line with 4,262 naira, reason was because I was in haste and my touch pad was kinda faulty. I called glo customer care that day and explained what happened to them but they told me that I should call my bank. I did but my bank told me the money could have been reversed had it been it was a mistake of 10k and above I made. I then told the guy that was talking to me that if that is the case then he should wait and let me make another recharge of 6k but he said if I try it then I'm on my own because he was talking about only a single recharge. As I saw that there was nothing I could do, I accepted my fate and decided to look for buyers so that I can make transfers to them, which I got. I tried making the airtime transfer but it was impossible, so I called glo again and asked them why I can't transfer and they told me that it was because I was on glo bumpa, so I was told to leave the plan and migrate to another plan but if I migrated all my bonus will be lost so I decided to use part of the bonus first before migration. While I was on that I received a call from glo on the 9th of September and they told me that the reversal can be done as they are ready to assist me, I said okay they should help me since that was what I wanted that was how my 4,262 was wiped that day, so I was just expecting to receive bank alert and I didn't, then I called them the next day and they asked me to be patient because it's a process from my line to my bank, I said okay then I waited again. It was on 12th they called me and told me that the reversal has been done and that I should wait to receive the alert but I didn't receive any alert so I had to call my bank and asked why they haven't credited me and they were surprised and asked me what I was saying then they told me that my network didn't contact them. Till today 19th of September I haven't seen my credit on my line or received credit alert from my bank. I went as far tweeting glo on twitter but they only asked me to be patient. These days no matter how many times I call them, they won't pick my call instead they will just busy the call.
Please advice a brother. What can I do to get my money back? cry
Phones / Re: Infinix Hot 8 Unboxing, Review, Price & Camera Comparison With The S4 (Photos) by IbitsonReloaded(m): 10:44pm On Sep 16, 2019
It's 48k, don't mind the op. A friend of mine just bought his and it's not 32k instead it is 48k. How can you Come here and tell us a phone with that specs will be as cheap as that, even itel won't sell such at that amount. Make una dey fear God ooh

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Xenophobia: South Africa Issues Statement After Their President Was Booed by IbitsonReloaded(m): 2:48pm On Sep 16, 2019
It's a trap, I wish people won't fall it. We all saw that the government of the country gave their consent on the whole thing, so begging people to come back is like putting fish with sweet aroma on a rat trap, I believe we also know where that will end.
Sports / Re: Mikel Obi's Daughter Tells Her Mother: "I Want Daddy To Marry You Right Now" by IbitsonReloaded(m): 1:36pm On Sep 12, 2019
grin
Sports / Re: Mikel Obi's Daughter Tells Her Mother: "I Want Daddy To Marry You Right Now" by IbitsonReloaded(m): 1:35pm On Sep 12, 2019
freethinker01:
The word is unkempt.
Personally, I think those are lovely. Me likey
Celebrities / Re: ''stop Xenophobic Attacks'' - South Africa Rapper, Cassper Nyovest Begs by IbitsonReloaded(m): 2:19pm On Sep 03, 2019
Antoeni:
I have decent Nigerian and Ghanaian friends who have lived in South Africa forever. They have NEVER been attacked by anyone. Matter of fact the attacks don't get to where they live and do their businesses. It seems these attacks always happen in some specific locations and neighborhoods where crime, drug cartels and people involved in other vices live and ply their trade. The question I keep asking myself is what are some Nigerians doing in those crime infested hoods?

The xenophobic South Africans say their neighborhoods were peaceful and free of crimes and gangsterism before the drug cartels and other criminal elements moved in. According to them, they engage in xenophobic killings in retaliation every time a South African is killed in drug related clashes or other criminal activities which they believe are orchestrated by foreigners. They always claim that their wicked actions are a retaliation for some indiscretion perpetrated by shady foreigners mostly of Nigerian origin.

The resentment is so serious that even the police and some government officials aid and abet xenophobia. So I ask again, what are Nigerians always doing around those neighborhoods. Can't they move into more decent hoods where these crimes and vices are not common? What is the attraction in a place where your life and property are not safe?
Why won't you talk like this when non of your family is among the victims

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