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Education / Re: Covenant University Final Year Student Forced To Shave Beard By Lecturer(video) by olmoRoc: 12:48am On Sep 17
The lecturer had no right to make you shave.

As a matter of fact, there are affordable distance learning institutions worldwide for anyone who cares.
Crime / Re: You Don't Have Right To Protest High Electricity Tarriff - Police Tell Youths by olmoRoc: 12:44am On Sep 17
No problem. Say whatever nonsense comes out of your stinking mouth because you have the right to kill unarmed civilians without any repercussions, and to force people to part with their hard earned funds at gunpoint.
Politics / Re: Buhari: Nigeria Needs Loans For Roads, Rail, Power by olmoRoc: 10:26am On Sep 16

I don't want to hear another word from Prof. Soyinka. I can recall that he was one of those who tried to paint Buhari as a good presidential candidate.

You're right. He was in 2015 , and probably during the run up to last year's election. That man is a snake.
Politics / Re: Buhari: Nigeria Needs Loans For Roads, Rail, Power by olmoRoc: 10:25am On Sep 16
No problem. Carry on. Na change people vote for. You can even use me as collateral if you want.

What have all the loans which have been taken till date been spent on? Can you give an account?
Crime / Re: Protest In Osogbo As SARS Officers Chase 3 Suspected Fraudsters To Death (pix) by olmoRoc: 10:22am On Sep 16
Those miscreants shouldn't still be breathing!
Politics / Re: Oshiomhole, Ganduje, Yahaya Bello, El-Rufai On US Visa Ban List - Sahara R. by olmoRoc: 4:29am On Sep 16
Politics / Re: Tinubu: The Blood That Runs In My Veins Is Same That Runs In Every Nigerian by olmoRoc: 8:19am On Sep 14
God forbid!

The blood that runs in my vein isn't that which runs in yours.

We don't have anything in common!
Education / Re: Mary Edema Builds 2 Toilets For N36M In Delta State College Of Education by olmoRoc: 3:03am On Sep 12
Well, all I can say is that items 1 and 2 seem to be located in the same block (A). Don't know if the same toilet is quoted twice.

Na wah for the price of the conference table.

That was how lucky igbinedion was building abattoir for between 8 and 10 million naira almost weekly in villages in 1999.
Crime / Re: Kingtblakhoc Arrested For Using Ifa Worshippers' Item To Shoot Porn Movie (Pix) by olmoRoc: 2:55am On Sep 12
Use the wives of the arresting officers and the herbalist for your next shoot.

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Politics / Re: FG Can No Longer Afford To Subsidise Fuel, Electricity – Jimi Agbaje by olmoRoc: 3:48pm On Sep 10
How can anyone subsidize darkness?
Politics / Re: ‘Trader Moni’ Beneficiaries Unwilling To Repay Loans –NSIP by olmoRoc: 3:39pm On Sep 10
It is. Moreover, It was a vote buying gift, so no one should even bother repaying it.
Crime / Re: Civil Defence Officer Shoots Father Of 3 Dead In Abia (Disturbing Photos) by olmoRoc: 3:35pm On Sep 10
I hope that security man is burned to death by the youths in that town.
Family / Re: Uncle Set To Divorce Wife After Plumber Removed 23 Condoms Blocking Our Toilet.. by olmoRoc: 6:44am On Sep 10

Used condoms can't block a toilet,
Politics / Re: Niger Exports Fuel To Nigeria As Egypt, Algeria Build 13 Refineries by olmoRoc: 10:01am On Sep 09
As have been mentioned above, the refinery will most probably belong to the thieves bleeding the country's treasury.

In building the refinery there, they've succeeded in eliminating much of the costs of freighting some of the imported petroleum products from Eastern Europe and South America, and creating jobs for the citizens of Niger.

May God judge those robbing our children of their birth right.
Politics / Re: Niger Exports Fuel To Nigeria As Egypt, Algeria Build 13 Refineries by olmoRoc: 9:51am On Sep 09
It won’t be surprising if told Nigerians own some/many of the refineries in Egypt, Algeria and Niger .

The excuse now is waiting for the Dangote Refinery to commence operations, though it may likely solve the problem of importing the refined fuel, I don’t see it lowering the cost of buying these products cos of the monopoly involved.
To solve the problem, Dangote oil monopolizing the oil market, our 4 refineries must be privatized to viable individuals or corporates who are capable, not like the PHCN privatization.

It is so evident that we are not mentally and morally capable to as a nation run and maintain the operation of our refineries. We invest an elephant-size resources into our refineries, but they churn out sheep-size products. What sense is in that?

Now that the subsidy has been removed from the fuel being imported, let us see what they are going to invest it on

Their pockets of course.
Politics / Re: Meet Roxy Ogechi Ndebumadu Who Is The Chairwoman Of Bowie County, Maryland USA by olmoRoc: 1:01am On Sep 09
Never knew they had chairmen and chairladies in the States!

She's a councilwoman.
Crime / Re: 7-year-old Girl Slaughtered In Jos By A Woman For Ritual Purpose (Graphic Photo) by olmoRoc: 12:58am On Sep 09
When will Nigerians become really aware of the fact that you cannot become rich by slaughtering a human being?

Well, pastors are doing the same thing in the hope of becoming powerful magician.

People, please, wake up!
Politics / Re: Isa Pantami: Nigeria To Replace National Identity Card With Digital Number by olmoRoc: 12:54am On Sep 09
If it's not linked to a person's VOTER'S VARD, then you'd be wasting everyone's time.
Education / Re: 10 Underrated But Lucrative Courses In Nigeria In 2020 by olmoRoc: 11:16am On Sep 08
I don't see why they should all be underrated. civil engineering and marketing are the only courses which I feel sould be a no no.

I was advised against studying marketing about 30 years ago, and today, I believe the person knew why he frowned against my proposal.

Civil engineering was my number one choice growing up because I wanted to be like my dad, but looking back today, I thank God I got a P in chemistry.

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Travel / Re: Types Of People You Meet In A Transit Bus(pics) by olmoRoc: 6:09am On Sep 08
I can remember completing the transport fare for a guy 2 yrs ago on a trip to Lagos only for him to be one of the people who engineered the driver to stop in Ore to eat. On getting there, I was shocked to see him spending money on food, drink and snacks like someone with plenty to spare.

Will I fall for such trick again? Well, I'll think carefully, and make sure they're not a trader like the man was.

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Politics / Re: US DOJ Says Kingsley Kuku Used Stolen Billions From Amnesty To Fund Air Peace by olmoRoc: 4:07am On Sep 08
He invested the proceeds in Nigeria, and created employment for hundreds of people.

What about those buying up mansions and apartments all over Atlanta and other States with warm climate, and having fat bank accounts?

Maybe he would have been left off the hooks if he'd invested the proceeds in the States.
Politics / Re: Petrol Price In Nigeria Is One Of The Cheapest In Africa - Lai Mohammed by olmoRoc: 4:01am On Sep 08
You no go stop to lie, lai?
Religion / Re: David Ibiyeomie: Daddy Freeze Is A Bastard For Insulting Oyedepo, My Father by olmoRoc: 8:24am On Sep 07
Nigerian men of God! We can preach about sin, forgiveness, and so on, but ...... .

Na only God knows who His true followers are that worship Him in truth and in spirit.

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Politics / Re: What's Exactly Stopping Nigeria From Having 24/7 Electricity? by olmoRoc: 8:18am On Sep 07

Then what do the fg stand to gain by keeping it in the exclusive list and suffering the people.. To me states should be allowed to generate power and supply their states, you will find out some states will have stable electricity

States have been talking about generating power for a long time. Lagos State under thief tinubu had a very bright idea and the power generation ship was supposed to have docked in the waters off the State. The very same idea that's been working effectively in Indonesia was what he proposed.

However, I don't think the arrangements were actually executed before the Canadian company, Enron, went bankrupt (Lagosians, please help!).

And that wasn't an excuse for not enlisting the services of other companies. It was the lack of the will to elevate the electorate who elected him and Lagosians in general.

Similarly, thief lucky igbinedion's first term in office was characterized by the incessant announcement of forging a partnership with Kogi State to enable both states generate power from the white elephant problem steel plant in Kogi State.

However, nothing ever came out of all the recommendations from the various adhoc committees which were constituted.
Politics / Re: What's Exactly Stopping Nigeria From Having 24/7 Electricity? by olmoRoc: 7:22am On Sep 07
not just PMB but all our past leaders are useless, infact PMB administration brought up the idea of nuclear energy but we kicked against it cos we are scared it will be mismanaged and cause a disaster but we forget nuclear energy is the neatest and most environmental friendly

There have been suggestions about nuclear energy in the past. However, nothing fruitful has ever come out of it.
Politics / Re: What's Exactly Stopping Nigeria From Having 24/7 Electricity? by olmoRoc: 7:19am On Sep 07

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Career / Re: Hair Dressing Vs Tailoring Which One Is Advisable To Learn? by olmoRoc: 6:43am On Sep 07
It was barbing salon versus tailoring the other time.

Learn both!
Politics / Re: Buhari Blames Middlemen: 1984 And 2020 (Photos) by olmoRoc: 6:40am On Sep 07
I was already a teenager in 1984, so I knew what he was like then, and I knew he was still very much the same person in 2015.

Those who wanted a change and voted for him can see for themselves.

They listened to thieves parading a wolf in sheep's clothing instead of concerned citizens.

Na Nigerians sabi.

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Education / Re: What Took You To The Principal's Office In Secondary School? by olmoRoc: 9:43am On Sep 06
I insulted a teacher who picked on me for no reason.
Politics / Re: Nnamdi Kanu: I Challenge Pastor Adeboye To Reveal What He Saw In Aso Rock by olmoRoc: 11:33am On Sep 02
why don't you just keep quiet?
Phones / Re: I Just Got Scammed by olmoRoc: 7:09am On Aug 28
Everyone who buys a new phone should have it opened and inspected at the shop, unless it's mailed to you. As a result of your mistake, they were right to tell you stories afterward.

Have you not heard you mush count your change before leaving a store? The same goes for buying any electrical/electronic gadgets.

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Religion / Re: Biblical Village Of Bethsaida Where Jesus Fed The 5,000 Found by olmoRoc: 8:01pm On Aug 27
Now professor Rami Arav of the University of Nebraska says he is in no doubt that Et-Tell, in the Golan Heights near the Jordan River estuary, is the location of the biblical village.

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