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Crime / Re: Missing Person Alert!!!!! PHOTOS by Period007(m): 9:57pm On Mar 23
So all the mods refused to move this post to the front page

Loga is still missing
Crime / Re: Missing Person Alert!!!!! PHOTOS by Period007(m): 2:05pm On Mar 20
Moderator please help find Loga
Crime / Re: Missing Person Alert!!!!! PHOTOS by Period007(m): 8:32am On Mar 20
Moderator Please put this on front page
Crime / Missing Person Alert!!!!! PHOTOS by Period007(m): 11:14pm On Mar 19
His name is Mr Loga Ojobo Cornelius, a student of Benue State university Makurdi,he has been missing since 8/3/2021 after his project defence.Please if you have seen him or come across him these past days anywhere or have any useful information about his whereabout please contact 07061021158 or the nearest police station.

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TV/Movies / Re: What's The First TV Channel That Comes To Mind When You Grab The TV Remote? by Period007(m): 8:52am On Mar 09
National Geographic wide(NatGeoWide).Savage Kingdom is my favourite

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Romance / Re: Baby Dies 2 Weeks After An Encounter With My Fianceé by Period007(m): 12:16pm On Feb 18
kingofchess:
I Am Planning To Marry A Lady And This Happened. Pls Help

I am in my early 30 and I have been dating this lady for a year now and we are planning to settle down together and this happened.

There is this 11 months old baby in my compound who is very close to me and she just started walking. The very first time she saw my girl, she was soo scared and started crawling very fast towards her mum and crying. I quickly ran after her and carried her back to where my girl was sitting down, this time, the crying and running became very intense, I was shocked and I asked why the baby was so scared of her and she said she doesn't know.

Two days later, she came to my place and immediately this baby saw her she was scared and crying that was when I jokily asked her if she is a witch and she got angry and left my house. After she left, a lot of questions started running through my mind: like, is she a witch? Does she has a marine spirit? What did that little girl saw in her? In fact a lot of questions. She later called that same night and was like; baby, I am not possess ooh, I should not allow this little baby come between us ooh and that she loves me very much.

To cut the story short, less than two weeks later, the baby DIED. I was so scared if the baby actually saw something in her and she decided to shut the baby up ( I don't know, just an assumption).

Ever since then, I have been scared of my girl and I really don't know what to do. Please, I need your candid advice. Please guys, how can i make the moderators move this post to front page.
We are captives of our own negativity

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Travel / Re: Omole Estate: One Of Lagos's Oldest Residential Estates (pics, Video) by Period007(m): 4:34pm On Aug 05, 2020
Nairaland =Lagosland

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Health / Re: Pharmacy Sells Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate For ₦50,000 In Port Harcourt, Rivers by Period007(m): 10:52am On Aug 03, 2020
HembaqMbk:
Just to see how our fellow country men think and act, following the video made by Dr. Stella Immanuel on effectiveness of Hydoxychloroquine sulfate as a treatment for Covid-19. They have suddenly inflated the price from N2500 to N50,000. Why are Nigerians like this?

Can you push this to FP to create an awareness on this wicked behaviour.
U cant blame the pharmacy for this price until u know the actual cost price,maybe they bought it from the manufacturers/wholesalers/open drug market for 49k who knows

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Travel / Re: Cost Of A Nigeria International Passport by Period007(m): 11:01am On Jul 20, 2020
opeyemi2012:
I'm currently at the NIS HQ, Sauka, Abuja. I must say the process here is pretty seamless. Got here around 11.40am. I forgot to stamp my guarantor's form before getting here. Luckily, there is a court within the premises and I was attended to in 3 minutes after paying N700.

I proceeded to the passport application processing office. You are requested to generate an electronic ticket yourself before stepping into the waiting room. Your ticket number will appear on an electronic board in front of the counter when it is your turn. There are about 12 or more counters and it took less than 8 minutes before I was attended to.

Altogether, I spent less than 30 minutes because there are not many applicants today.

I'm impressed with the process. I was told my PP will be ready on 22nd of July 2020. That's just 7 work days from today.

Better times are here.

PS: I didnt wait for my interview date which was slated for 22nd July 2022 anyway. I guess it was a system error. Just go with all the required documents and you will be attended to.
Did u do the payments online
Investment / Re: Pennywise Wealth Management - Real Or Scam? by Period007(m): 7:06pm On Jul 06, 2020
Silvani:
You invite someone who might deposit maybe $100.
Pennywise Wealth Management pays you $50 as commission and the person's money left with them becomes $50.
And they still pay the investor $2 daily.

How do you think a real investment company that want to last will do something outrageous as this? This is a good sign that they didn't plan to last.

Even forex brokers don't offer such big commission for referrals
They will still be asked to pay $50 management fee
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 5:12pm On Jun 19, 2020
mannyiyke:
This pharmacist wrote that very few hospitals allow pharmacists to do ward round. That's why I said that I've not seen that. Maybe, in the future, more hospitals will key into that.
He wrote " few hospitals " and u were "quoting no hospital "
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 3:29pm On Jun 19, 2020
mannyiyke:
You don't know me well to know my other achievements. When I was in UNN, I met a law student who was in his 50's, and the law programme was his first degree programme. He was offered admission via UTME. He was not yet married too, but he was highly determined and focused.

In UNN medical school then, I also saw very old guys who I thought were lecturers, but on the contrary, they were medical students.

Then in my current school (Ebonyi State University), I saw some of them who are in their 40's and 50's studying medicine with us. Some hold first degree like me, while some didn't go to university before. It's all different strokes for different folks.

Then in Maiduguri, a pharmacist also told me how he advised his friend who was into business to leave his business, and go back to school to study pharmacy, that he was not good at business, and being a brilliant guy when they were in secondary school, he should go back to school. The friend heeded the advice, even though he was in his 40's then. Today, he's a professor of pharmacy.

I've never seen in Nigeria when pharmacists do ward round. Give me the link. I don't hate pharmacy. I just said the truth. So, don't crucify me for airing my views. Let's end the argument. Every course is good. Una don win. I no get strength for the argument again. All I know is that I never lied about the true nature of pharmacy in Nigeria.
Asks clinicians working in big federal/state teaching hospitals,FMCs and top hospitals if Pharmacists go on ward rounds
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 1:48pm On Jun 19, 2020
ILuvBreasts:
YOU ARE AN IDIOT
Don't mind that guy,it was when he mentioned Pharmacists don't go on ward rounds I knew I was agueing with an Ili informed and misinformed medical student whose highest achievements at 30+ is been in medical school
Education / JAMB 2020 "THE Top 10 Best Students " by Period007(m): 9:04am On Jun 17, 2020
JAMB just released its top 10 scorers for the 2020 UTME

Career / Re: Pharmacists Or Doctors,who Are Richer? by Period007(m): 5:06pm On Jun 11, 2020
shollish:
Stop lying Jeanne!
Accept your roots
DG of WHO is not a Medical Doctor....Anuofia!
Bro stop arguing with this medical student,.....he ran from this thread https://www.nairaland.com/5879655/how-studied-pharmacy-twice-lauretta/14 when I showed him this thread to see what others think about Pharmacists.
He bases his opinion on an experience in Maiduguri(North) which lacks health professionals,a state with a lot of fake doctors practising and performing successfull surgeries..
He claimed all Pharmacists and pharmacy students wanted medicine but couldn't make the cutoff whilst scoring 218 in JAMB.

Stop arguing with him, he's not worth ur time
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 12:50am On Jun 10, 2020
mannyiyke:
grin I never told you that I'm a medical doctor yet. I'm a medical student in my clinical years. It's needless lying. I never said that. So, calling me an audio doctor is unwarranted. I claim it shaa, but not an audio one grin. Please go through my comments again, and you'll discover that I didn't say so. There's no benefit I'll gain from claiming what I'm not. I wasn't brought up to be fake. Besides, the aggregate of that score is 245 (UTME =218; post-utme =272). Not so many candidates who chose ANSU for medicine that year, got that score. There was a massive failure that year. I didn't even use it later. I used my first degree later. So, this is my second missionary journey (second first degree) grin. I might not be good, but I cannot say what I am not.

Admission depends on how many candidates scored higher each year. Somebody I know got medicine with a 245 score in a federal university in 2005. He's not even from an educationally disadvantaged state. We told him that he was extremely lucky. So, there are a lot of factors being considered when it comes to admission.
Why calling Pharmacy students illiterates who couldn't make ur JAMB cutoff(218)...... i bet u,with this your score u cant even get crop science in my school.

Until u graduate(if you can) and enter the real medical world,don't come and type rubbish here from the figments of ur imagination
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 12:14am On Jun 09, 2020
MrEgghead:
She graduated from UNIBEN..I know her very well.
I am not Lauretta
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 6:24pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
I went through his profile. He's a medical sales rep just like some pharmacists, biochemists, microbiologists, etc. He doesn't work specifically in a pharmaceutical company. Besides, he has his own private business. So, it has nothing to do with being a pharmacist. That's to say, it doesn't mean that since a non-pharmacist earns this much, pharmacists will earn more. It's strictly his hustles that earned him that. It wasn't only his salary.

So, see what gave him money. He even said that he earned N400 - N450 as a whole, not just his salary alone. He stated that he also sells surgicals. From his post, I can deduce that he's a serious hustler just like any serious businessman wil be, and he had put in a lot of years in his business. He even registered as a distributor for 3 pharmaceutical companies and also has his own business.

Some pharmacists who are sales reps may not earn as he did, because he added his private hustle to it. The medical sales representative job is based on hustle, just like bank marketers. In fact, they can't make it if they don't hustle. So, it's not strictly a pharmaceutical job. Anybody can be employed to do it. Just show me the salaries of pharmacists employed to work inside the multinational pharmaceutical companies in Nigeria.
Multinationals like Norvatis,Pfizer,GSK,Sanofi,AstraZeneca that employ Pharmacists with latest official cars and driver.No just go there.
I don't need to show any more proof,the once shown are enough
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 6:06pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
DM it to my inbox. You're not a pharmacist. You're a pharmacy student. So, you don't work in any pharmaceutical company.
Show us any proof that you a doctor and not still a JAMBite as u claimed

Audio Doctor with 218 jamb score
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 4:56pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
I laugh at you. Provide their pay check or the links to that. It's even illiteracy that pushed you to pharmacy. Most of you in pharmacy didn't make the required JAMB cut-off mark for medicine. I know so many of them like that; even the ones who studied pharmacy first, came back to medicine via direct entry and failed the 2nd MBBS and were booted out of medical school. But I have never seen a medical doctor go back to pharmacy. So, we know the illiterate ones. At least, you have shown it here by believing that crap. You're nauseatingly gullible. I've told you to provide the information that foreign pharmaceutical companies pay that huge amounts of money to Nigerian pharmacists, but you couldn't. You only based your information on unreliable and unreasonable information you got on Nairaland. That's how ignorant folks behave - believing every information hook, line and sinker without using their brains.
See the JAMB score of mr intelligent

No Pharmacy School will admit you with that score

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Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 4:41pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
Every information provided here are facts, yet you couldn't post the companies that pay such? You can only convince a gullible person like you, not me.

To give you a benefit of the doubt since you said you work in a pharmaceutical industry, provide the photocopies of your payslip and those of your friends who work in those multinational pharmaceutical companies here as an evidence.

By the way, I went through the thread you mentioned, and the girl was just lying up and down. She even said that after residency, a medical doctor will begin work as a junior registrar. And this is a lie, because a resident doctor becomes a consultant after residency. In fact, he or she begins residency as a junior registrar and ascends the ladder to become a senior registrar, and finally a consultant at the end of the training. You deliberately deleted that part. So, you want me to believe fake information that's unverifiable and lacks in substance?

You're just a pharmacy student; you're not yet a pharmacist. Even your reasoning and written English attest to that.
I should show you my pay slip on nairaland...lol guy u no well abeg
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 4:37pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
I said earlier that I wouldn't reply to your messages again, but if I didn't, you'd sound reasonable with this comment of yours, even when you didn't understand the guy's post. Just show me where he said that he works in a pharmaceutical company in that screenshot post of yours? You lack the ability to comprehend a post. The guy said that he works in a company where he's paid N400k - N450k, and that he wants to travel abroad and study pharmacy. It all boils down to what I said here that Nigerian-trained pharmacists are quacks. 99 percent of them cannot produce drugs.
Are u stupid or blind...or stupidly blind

Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 3:37pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
I laugh at you. Provide their pay check or the links to that. It's even illiteracy that pushed you to pharmacy. Most of you in pharmacy didn't make the required JAMB cut-off mark for medicine. I know so many of them like that; even the ones who studied pharmacy first, came back to medicine via direct entry and failed the 2nd MBBS and were booted out of medical school. But I have never seen a medical doctor go back to pharmacy. So, we know the illiterate ones. At least, you have shown it here by believing that crap. You're nauseatingly gullible. I've told you to provide the information that foreign pharmaceutical companies pay that huge amounts of money to Nigerian pharmacists, but you couldn't. You only based your information on unreliable and unreasonable information you got on Nairaland. That's how ignorant folks behave - believing every information hook, line and sinker without using their brains.
This is a non pharmacIst working in the pharmaceutical industry
https://www.nairaland.com/3933539/quitting-lucrative-job-degree-canada

Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 2:42pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
I laugh at you. Provide their pay check or the links to that. It's even illiteracy that pushed you to pharmacy. Most of you in pharmacy didn't make the required JAMB cut-off mark for medicine. I know so many of them like that; even the ones who studied pharmacy first, came back to medicine via direct entry and failed the 2nd MBBS and were booted out of medical school. But I have never seen a medical doctor go back to pharmacy. So, we know the illiterate ones. At least, you have shown it here by believing that crap. You're nauseatingly gullible. I've told you to provide the information that foreign pharmaceutical companies pay that huge amounts of money to Nigerian pharmacists, but you couldn't. You only based your information on unreliable and unreasonable information you got on Nairaland. That's how ignorant folks behave - believing every information hook, line and sinker without using their brains.
See how a graduate reason......only nigerian doctors are intelligent yet they cannot treat their president of common ear infection
So I have been wasting my time arguing with an illiterate graduate
I am a pharmacIst and I work in the pharmaceutical industry so every information provided here are facts and not my personal opinion,deep inside you know m telling the truth but u don't want to believe....Good bye
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 1:52pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
So, multinational pharmaceutical companies in Nigeria don't operate in this same harsh business environment that local pharmaceutical production companies operate, that they pay such huge amounts of money to pharmacists? You and that guy that wrote that trash are extremely ignorant.

Multinational oil companies can pay such huge amounts of money, but not multinational pharmaceutical companies. You're just gullible. Oil is not the same as drugs.
Who doesn't know theres money in drugs....only an illiterate graduate like u
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 1:23pm On Jun 08, 2020
Nigerian Medical doctors have casted finally

They spend more days on strike than they successfully treats patients

Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 1:11pm On Jun 08, 2020
Lists of drugs manufactured by Drug field(dgf)

https://www.drugfieldpharma.com/products/
Education / Re: How I Studied Pharmacy Twice By Lauretta Oyemwenosa Obakpolo by Period007(m): 1:08pm On Jun 08, 2020
mannyiyke:
I didn't say that Nigerian pharmacists are not employed in the production section. My point is that most of the people in charge are foreigners. Go there and see for yourself. The only exception is when the Nigerian trained abroad or learnt on the job. But for a Nigerian pharmacist to be appointed outrightly to head the production section after studying in Nigeria or within few years of working there is a fat lie. They do undergo serious tutelage under the care of foreign pharmacists before they may be allowed to do so. So, it's still the foreign pharmacists that are mainly in charge. Those ones you listed are just like 2 in 1000 pharmacists.
You are not serious....
From.... no drug is manufactured in Nigeria to no Nigeria pharmacIst can manufacture drugs to they manufacture but as technician to they manufacture but most be trained abroad..to only 2 in 1000 manufacturers
Guy take your confusions elsewhere

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