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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jasena: 2:59pm On Dec 29, 2021
solonnachi:
Eguavoen has a rich pool of players at his disposal. I just hope he does well at AFCON
Please what constitutes 'a rich pool of players'? Is it the leagues? Fitness level? I see at least 3 players in second division, I see several players battling with fitness issues, and some like iwobi and musa completely out of form

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jasena: 2:29pm On Dec 29, 2021
chrisooblog:
Yeah AFCON is a tournament you don't necessarily have to have the best personnel to win, but realistically speaking if we get any medal of any color it will be an achievement due to the short time we have to prepare.

I agree with you, even though ad on should be a preparation ground ahead of the world cup
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jasena: 2:24pm On Dec 29, 2021
If this team is accessed in relation to the quality of opposition then we should agree that this team is average. I don't think it is the best Nigeria has to offer. I don't see what musa brought to the table in the last nations cup, surprised he is still making it to this nations cup. Oshimem isn't fit, and shouldn't be managed because this isn't a training session. Kenneth Omeruo and Shehu Abdullahi play in second division in Spain and Cyprus as against Kevin akpoguma, ebuhi who play for top flight clubs in top leagues. Is Ndah a world class defender? Cyril dessert dishonoured an invitation from Belgium in favour of Nigeria, he scored a brace at Europa the other day with feynoored, we ignore him for igalo. The worse part is the midfield, what will iwobi do? Against Algeria in the last nations cup the midfield became the territory of Algeria and we were only lucky that a hand ball gave us a consolation goal. Victor moses would have been far more effective than musa.

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jasena: 2:06pm On Dec 29, 2021
ChrisKels:
No player in Europe's top five leagues has completed more nutmegs than Emmanuel Dennis

Dennis is still an upcoming player at the moment, he is still down in the pecking order of current African elite players, ivory coast is coming with holands and ucl top scorer, mane, salad, wendy, aubameyang, koulubaye, riyad mahrez etc will be part of Afcon. Don't build to much expectations around Dennis Emmanuel

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Sports / Re: Onuachu Out, Ighalo In: Eguavoen Releases Final Squad List For AFCON 2021 by jasena: 8:27am On Dec 26, 2021
I don't see Nigeria going very fat in this competition, in fact it would have been better to let gernot rorh finish off his work than to have eguavon replace him. Kevin akpoguma has contributed 5 goals in Bundesliga and he doesn't make the list while some like ndah who has caused many penalties for his south African club gets called up. Ahmed musa is done and dusted, everything has time yet he is called in. If Spain can drop ramos what is musa doing there? Cyril dessers has scored a lot for his club feynoored, he is a good smart talent, yet he wasn't invited. Akinkumi amoo is needed in the midfield, he is fast, has got he ability to score from outside the box, he is also skillful yet he is dropped. Nwakali is the only creative midfielder. Look at other teams going into the compettion, Algeria and Morocco have a star studded midfield several other African countries. Anyway wish them best ofnluck

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Family / Re: Akwa Ibom Nairaland Get-together by jasena: 7:06pm On Dec 06, 2021
I'm interested
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 11:11am On Nov 12, 2021
Idiko1:


The bolded is arrant nonsense. How much did this jackass contribute to his becoming anything at age 30 besides his parents? This stiff has a poor showing at CBN. It could be act of tomfoolery for anybody to remotely think this deceit will perform wonders as governor of Anambra State.

Spot on. I couldn't agree more. He really messed up at CBN. There was even he a time he proposed that the two last digits should be removed from each domination of the naira note but it was rejected
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 8:48am On Nov 12, 2021
Anyways, Congratulations to Prof Soludo. He finally became Governor at long last. I wish him well. Nevermind what the former Minister of finance had to say about him.

Politics / Re: Victor Umeh Caught On Camera Mocking Soludo During APGA Anambra Primary Election by jasena: 8:43am On Nov 12, 2021
Wish him success
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 5:11am On Nov 12, 2021
Ikinternational:



This fool will talk about ANYONE but himself
Now na Dangote matter we go settle abi
Literally laughing out loud.
Freaking loser

Post half this balance n I will show you account with half a mil in cash. Mr us n we


U lack a coherency, I don't know if u have passed high school FAIRLY before. when you initiated talks of SOLUDO being the best and genius, after I said he should stop bragging and get to work. where you talking about yourself? Weren't you making noise about other people. Mr rich illiterate. What valid argument have you made than advertising your low I.Q through stupid blabbing of how rich you and your people are in your dreams? An idle wannabe that uploads scam screenshots from the internet ( how many genuine people post financial transactions in FB?). Talk about myself? I don't have a point to prove especially to your type . Several of your so called rich kindred are my tenants at my alaba property and 96 percent of them are chronic debtors that can't pay rent as at when due. Your tribe that is notorious for not being able to pay rent after the expiration of their first rent. Now many Landlords not just in Lagos but surprisingly even in my State here in Niger Delta refuse to rent out houses to people of your tribe. This government should allow you guyz to go on your own, Nigeria will be much more peaceful. You are a landlocked arrogant set of people. Where will your sea port be? Go back to your arid land. Stop constituting nuisance in other people's land. You expect me to boast in this platform like the illiterate you are? Trust me, If you really had a dime , you wouldn't be posting phony screenshots from online sites on this forum. Or are you a learner in the scam industry? You are a hungry alaba boy. I'm sure you don't even have a shop and live by diverting buyers to other peoples shop in order to gain petty commission. Your only ability is lame and vulgar words.Your cheap phone is your most prized possession.
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 8:37pm On Nov 11, 2021
Ikinternational:



Interesting novel
Ndi our n we

God forbid I ever use others achievements to prop myself. Strictly for losers

Btw I could give a flying fuvck what you feel about the igbos. That one na your own wahala

Village Crib na Marble Floors n Machines dey Garage
Account balances that can make a baby smile.

How you feel is of no consequence

Self deceiving braggers. If Dangote came from your end , then no one would hear anything., In-between please enjoy your machines and marble as you hustle in the sun in Alaba
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 8:04pm On Nov 11, 2021
Ikinternational:




Thanks for the meaningless empty words
Na words I go chop abi
You're this you're that meanwhile 3 roommates dey that house
Abeg move..nothing to offer

You are the one that has nothing to offer. You are a typical person from one part of Nigeria nhat are typically very loud. You people eulogize your people beyond proportions at the slightest instance, it doesn't matter whether they are footballers, academicians or drug pushers. You people are very dishonest ,domineering and loud. That's why I laugh when you people try to include us in your so called seccesionist plan for selfish interest. Who can live with you people? You haven't produced a Nobel laureate before, yet the world won't hear anything. Before Soludo , my state has produced a central bank governor who also became a state governor. Our region has produced professor in the person of prof eyo ita before any of you ever bagged a PhD from that side. Loud boastful set of people. What do you people have that other geopolitical zzines don't have? When last did you produce a President. I hate to sound tribalistic bit these vuy is a typical....,
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 7:15pm On Nov 11, 2021
Ikinternational:




Instead of dickriding those names you prefer, tell us about your achievements.

Brag on YOU, I'm willing to listen

I don't have to talk about my achievements that would be subjective. I only said there are many that have attained international acclaim beyond Soludo in his field that rarely brag. I'm not at Soludo's level but you come across as an uncouth ne'er-do-well, don't think you can measure up with me especially in terms of educational exposure both locally and internationally. You are an intelectual Lilliput only capable of vulgar and insultive language . At most you belong to some low class beer parlour.
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 12:04pm On Nov 11, 2021
humilitypays:
You lack sense.


Soludo changed Nigeria's banking system and strengthened it. He stopped that issue of banks going bankrupt and disappearing with people's savings.



Sanusi destroyed Nigeria's stock exchange, people lost billions that year. He sent so many people to the yonder.



Please take time and read about Soludo's banking reforms, its not like the stupid policies today Emefiele is dishing out everyday.



Soludo is a genius, don't hate him, hate his destiny that made him to be great at young age. We have few of his kind in Nigeria and beyond

oludo changed Nigeria's banking system and strengthened it. He stopped that issue of banks going bankrupt and disappearing with people's savings.



Sanusi destroyed Nigeria's stock exchange, people lost billions that year. He sent so many people to the yonder.



Please take time and read about Soludo's banking reforms, its not like the stupid policies today Emefiele is dishing out everyday.



Soludo is a genius, don't hate him, hate his destiny that made him to be great at young age. We have few of his kind in Nigeria and beyond[/quote]

Yes he championed the consolidation of the banking sector but failed to exercise control and implementation of banking best practices. The banks were like beautiful buildings awaiting collapse under Soludo. The banking sector suffered anarchy as many banks extended loans and other credit instruments without following due process. The banks had been weakened by the accumulation of non performing loans given to the likes of dangote, otedola etc at the expense of peoples money. They looked good on the outside but were actually at the brink of collapse. Sanusi had to sink tax payers money to the banks (as loans), to save these bank. Where is Oceanic, intercontinental bank etc today. Their problems were going on under Soludo era as he was sweeping the gross mismanagement and corruption in the banking sector under the carpet. Wasn't he aware of the non performing loans threating the financial sector?
And with the stocks, are you forgetting that was directly connected to the global financial crisis and not limited to Nigeria?
Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 11:25am On Nov 11, 2021
humilitypays:
You lack sense.


Soludo changed Nigeria's banking system and strengthened it. He stopped that issue of banks going bankrupt and disappearing with people's savings.



Sanusi destroyed Nigeria's stock exchange, people lost billions that year. He sent so many people to the yonder.



Please take time and read about Soludo's banking reforms, its not like the stupid policies today Emefiele is dishing out everyday.



Soludo is a genius, don't hate him, hate his destiny that made him to be great at young age. We have few of his kind in Nigeria and beyond


Do you know anything about banking?

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Politics / Re: Soludo: I Became A Professor In My 30s, Achieved Everything I Wanted In My 30s by jasena: 10:18am On Nov 11, 2021
This man (Professor Soludo) is an arrogant self absorbed bragger. See the way he was accusing Uba of forging Hong school certificate. Stop telling people how outstanding an achiever you are and do the work before you. Record has it that you are the worst Central bank Governor in the history of Nigeria as you collapsed the banking sector and it took the intervention of Sanusi to restore it. We have acclaimed Economist like Okonjeo Iweala and many others that hardly beag about their academic past. Look at my kinsman Dr. Clement Isong (Harvard) the first central bank governor of Nigeria, check his records academically and professionally. You can't match him.

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Gaming / Warning Melbet Is A Bug Scam by jasena: 10:07am On Nov 29, 2020
I registered with melbet and tried betting with a stake of 5k which I lost, next ime I bet again with same stake amount of 5k and won 15k, withdrew 10k, and bet with 5k again and won 13980. This time melbet refuses to pay me as all my over 20 attempts to make withdrawals have been rejected, they even blocked my access to customer care after several complains to me. I made my research and discovered they've been treating others this way. My 13980 is with them. I am sharing this unfortunate experience so that others won't fall into the same mess.
Please stick to older and more trusted bookmakers . thanks.
Autos / Car Advice On Used Nigerian Car by jasena: 11:09am On Aug 19, 2020
Good day house. I'm a first timer that is yet to learn driving so I know little about cars and need your expert opinions in order to inform my choice of car. I have found a Nigerian used Peugeot 407 (2007 model) and an acura tl (2006 model) also Nigerian used that are both within my budget . please I would like to know which one is more reliable and easy to maintain in Nigeria. Thank you in advance
Autos / Re: Advice On Buying A Nigerian-used Car by jasena: 10:24am On Sep 26, 2019
i have been offered a c240 nigerian used car with the model number 2002, please i need advice because the price is just 400k i suspect that the car may be problematic. here is the car report.
Car Talk / Re: Car Advice Needed by jasena: 10:06am On Sep 26, 2019
i have been offered a c240 nigerian used car with the model number 2002, please i need advice because the price is just 400k i suspect that the car may be problematic. here is the car report.

Car Talk / Re: The Official Car Comparison/Recommendation Thread by jasena: 10:01am On Sep 26, 2019
car experts i need advice please. Someone told me that he has a c240 4matic benz 2002 model nigerian used at just 400k. The offer looks good but i need advice on whether it is advisable to go for it. the car report is attached

Car Talk / Re: I Want Subaru Spare Parts Dealer.. Fast by jasena: 2:31pm On Aug 09, 2019
is the car still available? i'm interested but would like to know if the car is problematic if not , why would you be selling the car?
can reach me on 08102836959
Car Talk / Re: The Official Car Comparison/Recommendation Thread by jasena: 10:32am On Jun 21, 2019
please house, i would like to know if the parts of hyundai santa fe are relatively affordable compared to their toyota counterparts. thanks
Car Talk / Re: Car Advice Needed by jasena: 5:53pm On Jun 19, 2019
thanks for the response, you seem really knowledgeable, many people i talked to said they havent heard of the brand before
Car Talk / Re: Car Advice Needed by jasena: 10:39am On Jun 18, 2019
Any Subaru users in the house,, I want to purchase a Subaru impreza 2009, dont know if there are capable mechanics and parts for Subaru products in Nigeria. Please I would appreciate any useful advice or shared experience on Subaru. Thanks
Car Talk / Re: The Official Car Comparison/Recommendation Thread by jasena: 1:40pm On Jun 17, 2019
thanks for the reply
Car Talk / Re: The Official Car Comparison/Recommendation Thread by jasena: 9:55am On Jun 17, 2019
Please I would like to confirm before I make the purchase, if Subaru (impreza) has availablity of spare parts in Nigeria. Thank you
Car Talk / Subaru Car Advice by jasena: 9:47am On Jun 17, 2019
Please can anyone knowledgeable on Subaru bands (impreza to be specific) inform me on where i can source for subaru spare parts thanks
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 2017 NDDC Foreign Msc And PhD Scholarship by jasena: 3:39pm On Jul 18, 2017
Those interviewed today was money given for transportation fare?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 2017 NDDC Foreign Msc And PhD Scholarship by jasena: 8:27pm On Jul 08, 2017
I was preparing for gmat, had no idea it was going to be discipline based. Having graduated 7 years ago and given that I wasn't mechanical engineering major but from a related discipline, I found the the exams challenging. Also I didn't expect calculations considering the time duration. I scored 28 may God help us

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 2017 NDDC Foreign Msc And PhD Scholarship by jasena: 7:17pm On Jul 08, 2017
I meant to say how was mechanical engineering? Hope the performance was good
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 2017 NDDC Foreign Msc And PhD Scholarship by jasena: 7:16pm On Jul 08, 2017
How are as mechanical engineering. They seem to be to be relatively silent. It's well oh

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