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Business / Re: Profile Of Adaora Umeoji, Zenith Bank’s First Female Group Managing Director by RightToReject(m): 7:44pm On Mar 19
Kizzygentle:
What baffles me is how young she looks ... some people are just blessed..I just dey imagine how proud her husband must be and her children... in this life try to be ontop so your children can be proud of u ..

From different mentions, seems she isn't married nor have children ... she is already an accomplished woman career wise, let her crown it up with a family ... she has really tried ..

She's happily married!
Politics / Re: IGP Appoints DIGs Frank Mba, Sokari-pedro & Sanibto Oversee Imo, Bayelsa & Kogi by RightToReject(m): 9:34pm On Nov 07, 2023
MS2471:
cool


Frank Mba is a PR man, is he rugged enough to handle an election

One of the best Police PR spin doctors

But

Can he handle opreational command

Even Opetodolapo is now an SP, but a provost marshall

Can they still load a magazine and fire a riffle, do they remember Nigerian criminal code and penal code





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He's always been a versatile cop. He's worked in many challenging Police Units and Departments in Nigeria, cutting across Investigations, Operations, Administration and Public Relations - just that the latter made him more popular to the masses.

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Travel / Re: Can This Happen At Nigerian Embassies? by RightToReject(m): 10:49pm On Nov 04, 2023
Any just and experienced Nigerian traveller knows that it has always been possible in every Nigerian embassy anywhere in the world - especially within the working hours and days. There's no difference between American emergency passport and Nigeria ETC.
Family / Re: Making This Post Based On Demand: Why I'm Still Single At 42 by RightToReject(m): 11:22am On Oct 28, 2023
You like lying to yourself, and that has always been your major problem. Every gullible person reading through this your submission will think that you're either a virgin or have had sex only once without knowing that the reverse is the case.

For an instance, you've done vagina tightening before, your word on this forum in one of your now deleted monikers not mine. So, you can see that you personify oxymoron.

There's nothing wrong in one choosing to marry, marry late, or not to marry at all. But there's everything wrong in one resorting to self-deceit and sententiousness in general. Sententiousness and self-deceit made you to make this post, which isn't necessary - quit them and hypocrisy in general for your own good. Self-righteous bumpkin!

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Celebrities / Re: Every Woman Has Had Abortion Once Or Twice - Phyna by RightToReject(m): 10:50am On Oct 28, 2023
This is an exhibition of small-mindedness at its peak. The way small-minded people have always projected themselves, or seen their reflections, on others unjustly is irritating. She ought to know that she isn't a standard.
Politics / Re: Edwin Clark Asks Tinubu To Remove Abia, Imo, Ondo From NDDC by RightToReject(m): 5:46pm On Oct 25, 2023
MrSly:


First of all know the meaning of the phenomenon "Delta" before arguing foolishly; at least you would learn that delta is not a political expression but a geographical expression. I can no longer continue the explanations because obviously you know nothing and you are not aware of it.


Wonders shall never end. Lol. Bumpkin that knows next to nothing. Come on scram and direct your further mention(s) to your fellow illiterates.
Politics / Re: Edwin Clark Asks Tinubu To Remove Abia, Imo, Ondo From NDDC by RightToReject(m): 12:57pm On Oct 25, 2023
MrSly:


Please the name is already proper the only thing improper is that Clark does not know the meaning if Delta. He sees Niger Delta as a name for South South States. What is a Delta? Knowing that and the location of these states mentioned will educate you more. Most politicians are dumb and daft.

You and your ilks, not him, are the ones that do not know the meaning of Delta - Niger Delta - under the Nigeria political expression. The way bumpkins like you and your likes like overrating yourselves is both funny and irritating. Now tell me how the latter states in the following quote: "This is particularly true now that oil has been found in other parts of Nigeria including Anambra which is already producing 0.9%, Bauchi, Gombe, Nasarawa, Kogi, and Lagos States." can be defined as "Delta" under the Nigeria political expression.
Politics / Re: Edwin Clark Asks Tinubu To Remove Abia, Imo, Ondo From NDDC by RightToReject(m): 10:04am On Oct 25, 2023
His submission might not have been properly articulated and carried an undertone of self-absorption, he has a point nonetheless. A better approach should be to rename NDDC something like Oil Producing States Development Commission (OPSDC) in order to accommodate both Niger Delta States and non-Niger Delta oil producing states. NDDC, as a name, isn't encompassing.

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Family / Re: . by RightToReject(m): 9:22am On Oct 23, 2023
The reason why she left you is obviously because of your lack of commonsense, as evident in your petty submission herein. You thought that she would remain naive and docile till eternity. It's a good thing that her elder sister was able to help her see through the bigoted, smothered, and oppressive scallywag that you're and discard you with alacrity.

Bumpkin!

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Properties / Re: Danger! Anambra Man Builds Two-storey Building With Bamboo, Says Iron Expensive by RightToReject(m): 3:36pm On Oct 20, 2023
This isn't new, even though the tensile strength of bamboos cannot be compared to that of iron steels and are prone to insects attack and melting on contact with water in the long run. Some of the not-too-tall buildings in places like India, China, USA, etc., are built with bamboos in place of iron steels.

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Politics / Re: Video Of President Tinubu Heading To The Office Today (Photos) by RightToReject(m): 7:24pm On Oct 17, 2023
The authentic political Maradona of the Fourth Republic.

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Romance / Re: American Lady Reveals Why She Loves Dating Nigerian Men Over Her Countrymen(vid) by RightToReject(m): 6:09pm On Oct 17, 2023
creativehubb:
Mumu you be African woman

I wonder why some of you don't know or believe that it is not every black person in America, or somewhere else in the world, that has African ancestry - Africa has never been the only black race in the world.

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Career / Re: UK Nigerian Man Reportedly Lost His Job After His Female Compatriot Report Him by RightToReject(m): 3:13pm On Oct 17, 2023
Anyone who has chosen to crucify the lady that reported him is needlessly sentimental, especially if she had cautioned him once privately, but he persisted with his laziness/carelessness. Both employee and employer owe each other covert and overt mutual diligence.

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Business / Re: What You Need To Know About CBN’s Lifting Forex Restriction On 43 Items by RightToReject(m): 3:42pm On Oct 15, 2023
It's not going to help naira against the dollar; in fact, the negative effect will outweigh the positive effect by all indices.

Abolishing domiciliary account, and paying recipients of foreign remittance in dollar, will go a long way to help naira. A country like ours that has always been having a deficit in balance of payment has no business encouraging or enabling private and corporate entities to operate domiciliary accounts. Banks are the major beneficiaries under the current arrangement.
Travel / Re: I Want To Japa, But My Friend Who Is Abroad Has Been Discouraging Me by RightToReject(m): 10:29pm On Oct 06, 2023
Each one's reality differs. So, don't allow all these bumpkins here to cause bad blood between you and your dear friend. He could have spoken and advised you based on his own reality, and even if his present reality changes for good tomorrow, it shouldn't make him a liar and your enemy in general.

Your best bet at this juncture should be to create your own path and encrypt it.

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Family / Re: Please I Need Help Before I Run Mad. My Husband.... by RightToReject(m): 8:30pm On Oct 06, 2023
Jewessgratitud3:


Sorry poverty doesn't run in my bloodline. My dad worked hard to give us a very good life. For your info, my mom was a full time housewife during her time and my dad told her to stay back and help him raise Godly and. decent children and we were comfortable and still are.

To raise children in the heart of ikoyi in the 80s
up to 2000s na beans? Where were your parents then?, Let me guess... In the village farming.

My dad set a standard for us no be me go come lower the standard. Tufia!

Abeg shift.

It is always amusing seeing people like you who were former residents of the demolished Maroko community, a slum inhabited by poor people, claiming Ikoyi brought-up. Keep quiet with all these bragado riches talk. Your parents neither lived at the heart of Ikoyi nor raised you and your siblings at the heart of Ikoyi. People like you can only deceive your ilks.

You and your parents were victims of the then Colonel Raji Rasaki's led State Military Government in Lagos's forceful eviction of the poor Nigerians that were living in the now demolished Maroko community, which has been transformed and is the present day Lekki Peninsula. It used to be one of the poorest and most deadly shanty towns in Lagos state, and Nigeria in general.

Maroko was below sea level. It was after you and your likes were forcefully evicted that it was filled and became Lekki Peninsula. All of you that lived in the then community were forcefully evicted from your homes apparently to save you from the slum-related diseases and avoidable death.

In fact, as recently as a week ago, I was discussing with the former president IBB, on whose supervision the then Colonel Raji Rasaki acted, an issue about the compensation the former residents like your parents tried to get in the Nigerian court system some years ago that failed because the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights recently raised the issue again based on a subsisting filled communication by Debevoise & Plimpton, etc.

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Education / Re: I Emailed My School To Get A Diploma Replacement And That's The Message I Got. by RightToReject(m): 10:48pm On Oct 05, 2023
Your replacement certificate in this regard will be regarded as fake, like that of president BAT, the very moment you use the service of another third party vendor apart from "paradigm," which is your school accredited vendor - an institution/organisation always allows its accredited vendor access to its DE and other essential working datas. Some of you always strive to be too clever by half, forgetting that someone of us too aren't mere subject of the West but stakeholders.

Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA), empowers institutions to use the services of third-party servicers. The same HEA, however, makes clear that agreements to administer “any aspect” of an institution’s participation in the Title IV programs fall within the scope of the Department’s TPS oversight authority. 20 U.S.C. § 1088(c).

Citing the above, the refusal of the CSU rep to admit expressly under oath the authenticity of the certificate president BAT submitted to INEC simply proves that it wasn't sourced from the CSU accredited TPS vendor and indeed fake.

I don't hold a brief for any of the parties involved, so no bumpkin should quote me to yarn nonsense.

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Politics / Re: "Tinubu Attended CSU But Forged Certificate Submitted To INEC" - Kperogi by RightToReject(m): 11:24am On Oct 05, 2023
​A simple affidavit of oath rather than forging the certificate would have saved president BAT this self-inflicted ridicule.

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Politics / Re: "Tinubu Attended CSU But Forged Certificate Submitted To INEC" - Kperogi by RightToReject(m): 11:23am On Oct 05, 2023
​A simple affidavit of oath rather than forging the certificate would have saved president BAT this self-inflicted ridicule.

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Politics / Re: Is "3rd Party Vendor Obtained" A Decent Name For Forged Certificate? by RightToReject(m): 11:18am On Oct 04, 2023
Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA), empowers institutions to use the services of third-party servicers. The same HEA, however, makes clear that agreements to administer “any aspect” of an institution’s participation in the Title IV programs fall within the scope of the Department’s TPS oversight authority. 20 U.S.C. § 1088(c).

Citing the above, the refusal of the CSU rep at the court yesterday to admit expressly under oath the authenticity of the certificate president BAT submitted to INEC simply proves that it wasn't sourced from the CSU accredited TPS vendor and indeed fake. He technically avoided pronouncing it fake, literally, for the reasons I will not like to state here - I do not hold a brief for president BAT's opponents.

As it stands now, I know technically what president BAT can do to gain a favorable judgement from the supreme court and retain his seat as the president of Nigeria or his main opponent AA can do to nullify every form of technicality that president's BAT legal team can employ and have the supreme court to either nullify the election or declare him the outright winner.

On a general note, left for me, on a personal and compassionate basis, I would say, President BAT, as a long-standing associate, should be forgiven by all and sundry and allowed to pilot the affairs of the country for at least the next four years. He means well for the country, regardless of the pockets of wrongs his administration has done so far.
Politics / Re: What Is Tinubu Doing In India ? Summit Is On 9th And His Name Not On List by RightToReject(m): 10:40pm On Sep 05, 2023
Revolution2022:
Do you have stable power supply?Is your economic policy stable?You want them to come and established here and when they want to source dollars to import their raw materials it will become a thug of war?Is your tax policy stable?Do you have security?Yeye

Direct your lame question and frustration in general to small-minded elements like you. I'm not the cause of your problems.

Bumpkin.

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Politics / Re: What Is Tinubu Doing In India ? Summit Is On 9th And His Name Not On List by RightToReject(m): 10:26pm On Sep 05, 2023
The primary reason he traveled to India isn't because of the G20 summit, which will just be an icing of the cake. He is in India to sell his economic reforms and policies to the Indian business community and global business community in general with hope of attracting huge FDI.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: India Changes Name To Bharat? G20 invitation Fuels Rumours by RightToReject(m): 9:53pm On Sep 05, 2023
India is the Anglicise name of the Hindi word "Bharat." Most Indians have always preferred the Hindi version and have always used it for themselves. So, they aren't trying to change anything per se rather they've been agitating for the official adoption of the this Hindi version on the global stage.

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Politics / Re: Tinubu Not Among Those Invited To G20 In India( Photo) by RightToReject(m): 8:42pm On Sep 05, 2023
The reason is that Nigeria is not member, so he (Nigeria) will be participating simply as a guest.

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Family / Re: Nigerian Man Asked To Leave UK After His Cheating Wife Files For Divorce by RightToReject(m): 9:52am On Sep 02, 2023
The first rule of thumb remains sacrosanct - never be at the mercy of a small-minded woman (or man) - unless you don't value your dominion and dignity. But if you must be, let it be deliberate and with an ability to show them that they've only been a figurehead all along by your making.

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Politics / Re: Niger: You’re A Novice In International Diplomacy – Lamido To President Tinubu by RightToReject(m): 8:33am On Aug 14, 2023
badoh:

Was it Tinubu that removed subsidy on petroleum? You people still don't get it, there was no provision for subsidy in 2023 budget.

Keep quiet, not everyone in Nairaland is as myopic as you and your likes are. The abolition of Petroleum Subsidy ought to have ended on June 30, not May 31 as he prematurely and impulsively announced. The team that was commissioned to work out the cushioning mechanism before the June 30 date had just rounded up the assignment and submitted the white paper to him, to which he was delighted, only for him to go on live broadcast less than 24 hours later to make the impulsive embarrassing pronouncement which he is still secretly regretting up to this moment.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Niger: Algeria fears Morocco’s influence could be strengthened by ECOWAS by RightToReject(m): 9:35pm On Aug 13, 2023
BoldBrainz:
How exactly did I not know that the Algerian government is a military one until today?!

Military what? It operates a dual executive republic - a semi-presidential system - which is still a type of democracy.
Politics / Re: Niger: You’re A Novice In International Diplomacy – Lamido To President Tinubu by RightToReject(m): 9:00pm On Aug 13, 2023
The main problem president BAT has isn't really just that he's a novice in International Diplomacy; rather, he's impulsive, which has always been one of his weaknesses - of course, we all have our weaknesses. Unfortunately, impulsiveness and unbridled pride go hand in hand. I just wish his close handlers could find a way to curtail his weakness in this regard; else, Nigerians are in for a long rough ride.

Up till date, he is still secretly regretting the impulsive declaration of an end to the petroleum subsidy regime without first perfecting and implementing cushioning mechanism before the formal end of the petroleum subsidy regime, which his inner circle had earlier suggested and to which he assented.

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Travel / Re: Memoirs From Chile by RightToReject(m): 10:21pm On Aug 04, 2023
tensazangetsu20:


It was important o. They will ask for proof of Spanish proficiency. In Chile absolutely no one speaks English and I mean it. Without Spanish you will be stranded. Brazil asks for celpe bras. Another thing is that schools will conduct interviews before admissions and the interviews will be in Spanish. I will advise anyone to come to south america aside Venezuela and Bolivia. The other countries here are very okay and it's easy to move from south america to the US, Canada or Europe due to the strength of the passports. Even upcoming countries like Colombia and Peru, their citizens are exempt from LMIA in Canada and both passports can be gotten in 4 years. Some people have been doing express entry since 2019 and nothing commot. If they enter Peru that 2019 they don get citizenship this year.

According to you: "In Chile absolutely no one speaks English and I mean it." Stop yarning thrash. You really think that everyone on Nairaland is as myopic as you and your likes are.

More than 8 percent of the Chilean citizens speak English at proficient level. Also, the fact that you believe that you know a country like Brazil, just because you spent less than 48 hours on transit there and might have read a bit about the country, more than some of the people who own thriving companies in the same country shows how conceited you're.

In fact, if only you knew that some Nigerians that run things in the same Chile, both those who live within and outside it, are on this forum. The problem most of you have is that you do take every information you see on Google, Internet in general, on a face value.

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Travel / Re: Very Strange Nigerian Guy I Saw In Germany Who Japa Back To Naija by RightToReject(m): 6:19am On Aug 03, 2023
Apart from "His eyes looked cold and dead like someone who has seen everything there is to see in life and he had checked out of humanity," there is nothing strange, or wrong, about him traveling with only a small handbag (clutching a small handbag). Equating that to criminal undertone and whatnot like you all would, and have always done, is insanity or points to the bumpkin you lots are.

Personally, apart from once, I have not traveled to any of the various countries I have been to or returned with more than my small handbag. A portfolio and/or laptop bag, or sometimes only a suitcase, has always been sufficient for me. Some of you don't seem to understand the peace and pleasure in living some kind of lifestyle and might never experience it.

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Family / Re: Those Saying Money Is Not Is Everything'' What Are Ur Reasons? by RightToReject(m): 8:17pm On Jul 30, 2023
One, among other numerous instances, is if you find yourself in a business/political trumped-up by the highest authority in some countries, where, despite your innocence and long money, all you need to get off the hook is a sound judgment from an official of the same authority with good conscience because not even the best lawyer in the world can favorably defend your innocence and graft will only worsen your case.
Travel / Re: Things I Found Out About Sweden! by RightToReject(m): 5:38pm On Jul 20, 2023
Presently, if you're a green pasture seeker from Nigeria, and Africa in general, avoid Sweden as much as you can if you aren't a top-notch professional in the IT and medical fields, and better if you're relatively independent in these fields also. Instead, try Norway.

Don't allow beautiful photos and posturing of anyone to lead you to your doom.

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