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Celebrities / Re: Sanusi II Reinstated As Kano Emir As Prophesied By Apostle Omotosho by jullary(m): 4:12pm On May 23
Am not a pastor, when NNPP won u told my wife that Sanusi is coming back. So no campaign here. Infact baby can predict that correctly.
Politics / Re: 2027: Obi, Atiku Desperate To Be President, Says APC by jullary(m): 7:48am On May 23
So Tinubu that rigged himself in no desperate?!
Idiot.
Foreign Affairs / Re: 20 Countries That Owe US Money by jullary(m): 11:53am On Apr 09
China! Nigeria master?
Politics / Re: "It is null and void": Edison Ehie Faults Rivers Assembly's Overriding Of Fubara by jullary(m): 8:00pm On Mar 23
As much I be Yoruba guy if Na Tinubu u will support it. Let be straight in this country
helinues:


That same state assembly have the power to impeach the governor.

Simi better move on from that and find a way of working with the state assembly

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Sports / Re: Game Won 90% Journey From N50 To N1M by jullary(m): 9:12pm On Mar 21
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Politics / Re: TCN Announces Seven-hour Blackout In Abuja by jullary(m): 1:07pm On Feb 24
Eye service

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Politics / Re: Lagos, Ogun Police Begin Joint Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Patrol by jullary(m): 2:49pm On Feb 23
The fear of state police beginning of wisdom

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Celebrities / Re: Dejumo Lewis Dies At 80 by jullary(m): 12:25pm On Dec 23, 2023
U can imagine what u wish somebody that doesn't even know talkless hurting u. Seun u seriously need to do something about this forum before it get locked again
CHRISTFUCKER:
I hope he died a pathetic and painful death

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Politics / Re: Osinbajo, Amaechi, Yarima, Others Drop Ambition, Float Support Forum For Tinubu by jullary(m): 9:00pm On Dec 16, 2023
Okay!
Celebrities / Re: Naira Marley Threatens To Sue Iyabo Ojo For N500million If She Doesn't Apologize by jullary(m): 3:10am On Dec 14, 2023
Let the movie start

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Business / Re: President Tinubu Implements Sweeping Changes In Aviation Sector Leadership, Sack by jullary(m): 3:08am On Dec 14, 2023
Chai my always gentle FAAN oga don go. I will always like him he is a gentle and active man to the core

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Celebrities / Re: ‘I Need Prayers’ — Portable Appeals From Hospital Bed Amid Health Concerns by jullary(m): 3:05am On Dec 14, 2023
He need rest,After all the hustle for oyinbo land! The advanced and professional artist always rest after tour because it's not easy.

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Education / Nigeria Among Top Ten Countries With Highest Number Of Students In The US by jullary(m): 10:32pm On Nov 13, 2023
Nigeria is the only African country among the top ten countries with the highest number of students in the United States.

This was disclosed in the new Open Doors Report, published by the Washington-based Institute of International Education (IIE) on Monday, Nov. 13.

According to the report, the number of Nigerians studying in the United States of America rose by 22.2 percent within one year, despite the foreign exchange crisis.

The report noted that enrolment from Nigeria increased to 17,640 in the 2022/23 academic year from 14,438 in the previous year.

It said the US hosted 1.06 million international students during the academic year, a 12 per cent increase compared to the previous academic year.

Below is the full list the top ten countries with the highest number of students in the United States:

1. China (289,526 students)

2. India (268,923 students)

3. South Korea (43,847 students)

4. Canada (27,876 students)

5. Vietnam (21,900 students)

6. Taiwan (21,834 students)

7. Nigeria (17,640 students)

8. Japan (16,054 students)

9. Brazil (16,025 students)

10. Saudi Arabia (15,989 students)

https://www.lindaikejisblog.com/2023/11/nigeria-among-top-ten-countries-with-highest-number-of-students-in-the-us.html
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Vacancy! Vacancy!! Vacancy!!! by jullary(m): 11:17am On Nov 13, 2023
Imagine I will first pay 25k?!

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Nairaland / General / Re: Earn By Using This Site Called REPUBLIK!!! by jullary(m): 4:13am On Nov 05, 2023
For the site that didn't open
Politics / Re: LASEPA Shuts Churches, Mosques, Bars & Hotels In Alimosho For Noise Pollution by jullary(m): 12:03pm On Nov 01, 2023
Then go abroad or u seek knowledge to know how it show be functioning! The noise is killing we Nigerians. Am a Christian but even the Bible put moderation to everything. England and Saudi that brought Christianity and Islam try and do those noise there u go see she but everything in Nigeria na over Sabi.
obi58:
If the government was as serious in fixing public infrastructure in the state perhaps so many people would not have need to seek for divine solutions in such places of worship.

Ps. How can bars function without music?

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Celebrities / Re: Obidients, Others Raise Millions For Mr. Ibu Under 12 Hours by jullary(m): 11:04am On Oct 20, 2023
I love this, but u should av speak out when the idiot called Reno onikiri arindin(slowpoke) first mention obideients, instead of asking Nigerians to help the man that put smile and laughter on our faces. I be confirm IJEBU boy but I hate sentiment!
kokoA:
Remove "Obidients" there. The man entertained all Nigerians. People are donating because they love him irrespective of political affiliations.
Politics / Re: Tinubu Launches Conditional Cash Transfer For 15 Million Households by jullary(m): 4:39pm On Oct 17, 2023
Infact most people that as ruled this country doesn't av a plan, they are all just concern about the title GCFR. Because I don't understand the issue of paying a peanut to 15million family just for six or three month?!
And the ordinary people are dieing everyday.
We need to replan this forced entity.

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Religion / Re: Fr Paul Obayi "Okunerere" Announces He Is Leaving The Catholic Church by jullary(m): 11:24am On Oct 15, 2023
U don't know any truth! Stay in your lane and let's others live, I was also born a Muslim and went to Arabic school(Ile kewu).
but thank God I found Christ through my prcious mother.
CoronaVirusPro:


I was a Christian before and a titled one in the past.

I have read both books and know the truth!

You know the problem with people like you? You have never read the Quran.


And Google is your friend! Islam is the fastest growing religion!

Politics / Re: Wale Edun Gets World Bank Appointment by jullary(m): 8:40pm On Oct 14, 2023
Always do research, Egypt and some country that ban homosexuality are progressing, for example China and Russia. Nigeria should wake up pls.
nototribalist:
how about them banning Uganda for not accepting homosexuals

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Travel / Re: Tankers On Fire At Ijora, Apapa Lagos by jullary(m): 7:59am On Oct 13, 2023
Haa
Celebrities / Re: Mohbad K!ll£rs Expósed By Nigeria Police & Indicates Sam Larry, Naira Marley by jullary(m): 12:35pm On Oct 07, 2023
Most of u people can't do research, u just open YouTube thinking Loring will bring traffic?
If I open that YouTube page make I bend.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Africa: Top 10 Countries With The Largest Gold Reserves 2023 by jullary(m): 2:21am On Oct 05, 2023
Good. But Nigeria continue borrowing, I don't even understand again. We have almost every resources on earth,but we no dey stop borrow borrow.
I tire!

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Business / Naira Among Africa’s Worst Currencies, Falls By 40% –w’bank by jullary(m): 2:14am On Oct 05, 2023
The Nigerian naira is among the worst-performing currencies in Africa, the World Bank has said.

It noted that the currency weakened by nearly 40 per cent against the US dollar since a mid-June devaluation.

The global bank explained in its report titled, ‘Africa’s Pulse: An analysis of issues shaping Africa’s economic future (October 2023 | Volume 28).’

It stated that, “So far this year, the Nigerian naira and the Angolan kwanza are among the worst performing currencies in the region: these currencies have posted a year-to-date depreciation of nearly 40 per cent.

“The weakening of the naira was triggered by the central bank’s decision to remove trading restrictions on the official market. For the kwanza, it was the decision of the central bank to stop defending the currency as a result of low oil prices and greater debt payments.”

Other currencies with significant losses so far in 2023, according to the World Bank, included South Sudan (33 per cent), Burundi (27 per cent), the Democratic Republic of Congo (18 per cent), Kenya (16 per cent), Zambia (12 per cent), Ghana (12 per cent), and Rwanda (11 per cent). It noted that parallel exchange market rates are also compounding inflationary problems for some countries in the African region.

In June 2023, the Central Bank of Nigeria directed Deposit Money Banks to remove the rate cap on the naira at the official Investors and Exporters’ window of the foreign exchange market, and allow the free float of the naira against the dollar and other global currencies. Since then, the naira had fallen from N473.83/$ to around N800/$ officially.

Highlighting the widening difference between the parallel and official exchange rates of the naira, the bank stated that this had been the case from March 2020 until June 2023.

It said the parallel rate premium increased to 80 per cent in November 2022, and then to about 60 per cent in June 2023, as the Central Bank’s interventions to restrict foreign exchange demand and keep the exchange rate artificially low were met with declining FX supply from oil revenues.

The unification and liberalisation of the exchange rates in June 2023 allowed the NAFEX rate to converge to the parallel one, closing the gap, it said.

It added, “However, resistance toward the increasing pressure on the Nigerian naira coupled with limited supply of FX at the official window has led to the reemergence of the parallel market premium.”

Nigeria’s growth rate would decelerate from 3.3 per cent in 2022 to 2.9 per cent in 2023, the Washington-based bank highlighted.

It stated that the country’s oil production had remained below OPEC+ quota amid capacity issues and lower international oil prices and while non-oil economic activity, particularly industry and services still supported growth, policy actions to remove fuel subsidies and unify the exchange rates might be weighing on these activities in the short term.

The World Bank noted that activity in Nigeria’s manufacturing and services sector contracted in August. “Weak business confidence and rising input costs are driving the contraction of activity,” it said. It stresses business confidence appears to have weakened in Nigeria.

Commenting on the recent reforms of the new administration of Bola Tinubu, the global bank disclosed that purchasing power of households was expected to suffer in the short term.

It said, “The incoming Tinubu administration implemented a series of reforms that included the removal of fuel subsidies and the devaluation and unification of the exchange rate system. Petroleum prices have more than tripled since the subsidies were lifted at the end of May.

“The naira has weakened by nearly 40 per cent against the US dollar since the mid-June devaluation. Although these measures are intended to improve the fiscal and external accounts of the nation, their inflationary effects in the near term can erode the purchasing power of households and weigh on economic activity.

https://punchng.com/naira-among-africas-worst-currencies-falls-by-40-wbank/
Nairaland / General / Re: Earn Money While You Sleep With Zero Skill by jullary(m): 11:02pm On Oct 02, 2023
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Politics / Re: Details Of FG’s Meeting With NLC, TUC Emerges by jullary(m): 6:05am On Oct 02, 2023
See I be Yoruba like you,and if things gets more worst this same people we are defending because of tribe won't save us they have all there family abroad. Let us leave tribe and face the main issue together! Its affecting everybody not only the ibos or obidients! At least during Jonathan era we Yorubas protest.though am not in support of protest,but we should speak together as a Nigerian and face our challenges together.
if u have children and you are not eating from the government leftovers u will understand how the economy is hitting people deep.come to airport and see reason it's full everyday,just try and interview one or two person,u will understand people's plight.
Am not a party person for your information but a Nigerian.
One love is all am preaching.
yarimo:
Criminal Obidients won't be happy, they are all preparing to steal from people in the name of NLC protest

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Celebrities / Re: This Mohbad Death Reveal So Much About Nigerian Nollywood Mentality by jullary(m): 2:12am On Sep 25, 2023
Am not here to argue or insult, do u ever think why most children cry when going to school? Just because of there cruel teacher! The child loves going to school but hate the teacher because of the harsh way of teaching.
Do u ever understand emotional turture?! People that are owing house rent and children school fee living with abusive wife can explain better.mohbad was emotionally turtured and it develop high BP for him. U never watched the video when he said if anything happen to him Naira Marley should be hold responsible,the people hitting him are they not Naira Marley's parley?
Behind every rumour there must be a little element of truth. Check Naira Marley's age and confirm from UK how many time he was jailed, do u think marlians slang is just for street it's a cult slang. Just check deep beyond sentiment,u will definitely reason along.
Inkling:
This case of Mohbad and Naira Marley has really exposed our ignorance.

Believing Naira Marley killed Mohbad is like saying Tinubu use juju to hypnotized Momoodu and INEC to declare him winner.

1) No doubt base on the video on circulation Mohbad was bullied while alive but no other evidence show he died as a result of injury sustained through bully.

2) Among those that were bully him Naira Marley was not there. It is like owing a company and one of the staff attack ex-member of staff and you conclude it was the owner of the company that sent the attacker.

3) Nobody bother about what happened around Mohbad within 48 hours before his death, was he sick? What type of sickness? Which medical step he took or people around him took? Who were those around him during that period? etc.

I could remember years a go when I lost a sister and doctor wrote cause of death " post-partum hemorrhage" and people around her testified that she was bleeding so much after giving birth which led to her demise. But do you know many still believe her husband use her for money ritual !

Can't we just delete this Nollywood mentality and use the logic part of the brain God gave us?

So, if I die today anybody I quarrel with even if it is ten years ago is responsible ?



Someone said how much Naira Marley pay you? I am not even his fan, I rarely listen to these new Genz noise called music. I'm old school but I like it like that.

I said what I said because you can be in NM shoe someday, it may not be about bully but false accusation is very bad. Knowing that you did not do something and you're accused of it can be very painful and demoralizing.

All in all let's allow authority to investigate though I know people have already choosing side irrespective of outcome.

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