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Romance / Re: Is It So Impossible To Forgive A Girlfriend That Cheated? by Sarang(f): 3:45am On Dec 12
frozen70:


You have confessed to him and apologise to him, if he is fir you, he will come back to you

He too may have not been faithful too

But gather your self and build your emotions

Or he may actually have been faithful.
There is that possibility
Romance / Re: Is It So Impossible To Forgive A Girlfriend That Cheated? by Sarang(f): 3:44am On Dec 12
vic224real:
I took my time to go through some of the comments here... Like seriously?

Some says it will be very difficult for him to forgive? Like he's the owner of his life��?
Why is it so difficult for men to forgive their cheating partners? If women can forgive their men when they cheats on them and still be in the relationship then why reversed is the case here?
Men can cheat on their wife's or partners, when caught, apologized they will be forgiven but women cannot cheat on their husbands or guys and be forgiven. What a world!

Well, if he like he shouldn't forgive her even after her genuine apology. You that you don't want to forgive, do you know that it's only by God's mercy that you're not consumed yet? Can you count how many times you've sinned against God and in His infinite mercy, He still gives you second chance? Who are you not to forgive?

There's no perfection any where in this world my dear. Forgive her and get back together again if truly you still cherish this relationship.

And to you the lady in concerned, for future purpose, be careful about who you confined in. Not everyone has that genuine advice you are looking for, even that so called colleague of yours is human, he also is not perfect. Forgive yourself first and then forgive him so that God can forgive you too!

I hope this will help.
Be nice to everyone!

People are different.
A faithful person “rarely” forgives cheating!
Romance / Re: Is It So Impossible To Forgive A Girlfriend That Cheated? by Sarang(f): 3:43am On Dec 12
I won’t even forgive once talk of four times..

Haba!

Put yourself in his shoes nah
Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 11:34pm On Nov 26
ajl:


You need to study to the PhD level. Choose a field in Engineering, Biomedical, Science (not all areas). But to achieve that you need to end up in the industry, not in the university. Only very few professors supported by big time funding make that kind of money.

If you are privileged to do your PhD under the supervision of a top level professor known in the industry as a leading expert in that field, I could say you are made for life. Companies will run after you.

But as in everything in life there are no guarantees, because you are just an employee. You could target being financially independent later in your career. That's also a different ball game in a white-man's world.

Okay
Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 11:33pm On Nov 26
ajl:


Advanced degrees to the top level followed by years of postdoctoral experience with a university research group. While your age groups are buying houses or life luxuries (which they really don't own) you are busy reading in the library or running experiments. Can you put another 7-9 years of your life after getting a BSc to something you are not even sure how it will end? Can you run experiments all night continously for 7days taking some "stupid' reading while everyone is sleeping? That's the kind of investment I meant. Just hardwork. It's no different from taking business risk. The fact that you spend all those years working hard to get all the degrees in this world does not guarantee you a job. Of course you can always end up somewhere.
Completely don’t understand
Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 9:46pm On Nov 25
ajl:


I can only laugh. Let us analyze your lie very well since you think I am based in Nigeria. I wish I can give you my name and do a search on Google with it. So, let us list typical monthly expenses and you list the amount you pay for each. What's your annual tax?

Mortgage or rent, health insurance, auto loan, auto insurance, day care for kids, property tax (annual), Annual home community tax (for property owner, if any), life insurance, utilities, internet/phone; you can add or remove from the list based on Australia context.

To clarify again, the comment you read gave one side of the possibility while a second comment I gave after also gave another (possibly rosy) side. Point is how many % of Nigerians get to that rosy side. You don't just give a one side rosy picture. Give both sides because not everyone would have your level of perseverance, hardwork or foresight. At a point in my life in West, I was at a six-figure income. It took over 15years of investment of time and hardwork after first-degree. And there are no guarantees. Please learn how to advice people the right way. There are lots of immigrant Nigerians living tough lives.

What type of investments did you make sir?
I am very interested.

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Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 9:02pm On Nov 25
ajl:
Young man. I won't lie to you. You can work your way to earning up to $200,000 Canadian per annum but it require a lot of work, sacrifice and it's not guaranteed. Been there before but you have to learn to kiss white man "asses" to keep your job. Moment you start showing you are the "man" they will frustrate you out of the system. Most Nigerians who are very successful in the white man system know how to do that. At least its money you want. Is it not?

What do I need to study to get such a job?
Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 8:56pm On Nov 25
GeneralShepherd:


I paid 60k AUD is school fees in Australia without getting one kobo from Nigeria ! Stop lying to young people biko

Please What did you study?
Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 8:49pm On Nov 25
Godbpraised:
car loan 250
student loans 330
homely expenses 250
car insurance 75
car maintenance 100
internet 40
phone bills 60
house rent 537
miscellaneous 300
transport 100
Monthly expense 2042

my monthly expenses in canada i earn $3200 , family wahala for nigeria never they their . Well make una they come.

This means someone will not be able to save something then I guess

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Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 8:43pm On Nov 25
Numerouno94:

Gud idea. Buh remember dat no work is waiting 4 u there. Ur jux goin to add to d numba of immigrants suffering there.

Really? Immigrants are suffering there? lipsrsealed
Nairaland / General / Re: 15 Million Naira Cash Or Relocate To Canada, Which Will You Choose? by Sarang(f): 8:32pm On Nov 25
LosC:
I'll use the 15mil and relocate to Canada.
Sense will not kill me.

Lol you killed it
Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 11:32pm On Oct 30
tropaz:


Calm down

it’s okay.
Canada will change your mindset, and you will learn to respect women.

I give you that.

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Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 11:21pm On Oct 30
tropaz:


Smiles... You are obviously depressed and frustrated. I can see you are looking for whom to vent your rage on. I feel for you though. But I'm not available please!!!

I use to be there!!! I know how it feels... You will heal too

You ain’t healed yet, keep seeing your psychologist.
I’d rather not exchange words with you.
Thanks for telling me what is really wrong with you

And you are going to Canada, I guess that’s why you are feeling like an online god lol

You’re just an idiot tbh.

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Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 9:10pm On Oct 30
peeps4u:


C'mon!

You guys can do better.

Why the needless attacks on the innocent woman? Because she was asking amdman few questions about shipping you people attacked her and told her this isn't romance section.

This is distasteful and I'm more ashamed that more men are ganging up to harass her more. Aren't you ashamed? Is this how you easily accused women of flirting?

You people need to slow down on your overzealous actions here. Amdman was even more than willing to reply the woman's posts and didn't complain, what are your stresses shutting her up and portraying her like she was flirting with the OP?


It’s the kind of men we have in Nigeria with sickening mentality that a woman can not afford to do anything for herself without the help of a man..

That country as wear to god in 100 years is not going anywhere!

Backwardness everywhere..

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Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 5:02pm On Oct 30
radautoworks:


I've been using two since I kicked GIG to the curb. One has better customer service but they're both good. Global ultra in New Jersey. Mr. Kenny. He can be a little abrasive but gets the job done. http://www.globalultralogistics.com/

The other is a little unusual and an unorthodox arrangement I set up for my benefit so won't share that one.

There are cheaper shippers for sure but not reliable like these guys. The one I'm keeping I get stuff 4 days unfailingly. Global ultra, 5-7 days.

Alright. Thanks..anyway
Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 9:31pm On Oct 29
Newbreed2018:
Please do not distract the young man.
This is not Romance section. Be guided.

You must be insane!

Do you think I’m here to joke or what!

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Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 9:30pm On Oct 29
radautoworks:


Reliable air freight is $5/lb. Fully manifested upon receipt, door to door.

What company and is that too much
Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 5:31pm On Oct 29
amdman:
2006 Toyota Corolla - Manual Transmission

No faults reported

187k miles

N1.5m


I like this one but Automatic
Can I get it at same price?
Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 5:28pm On Oct 29
amdman:


I would recommend container shipping, otherwise those items may disappear when they get to Lagos port

Really?! But that takes quite awhile

Meanwhile I didn’t actually know you are in Canada.
Someone told me business like this doesn’t move in Canada..
He is in US..
Career / Re: Her Firm Increased Her Pay To Match That Of a New Job (Please Advise) by Sarang(f): 10:44am On Oct 29
remedick:


Let me tell you what someone in Quora shared about this.

He was in similar situation and his manager promised to increase his pay. They convinced him to not take it and he was young. He listened. After refusing the new company, hell started. His manager made him go through hell and eventually sacked him.

He lost on both sides.
Some other commenter shared similar story.

MORAL OF THE LESSON? go for the new one.

Why is your current company ONLY seeing the need to increase your pay after new company offered u higher? Its a bait. Don't fall for it.

Go for the new company.

I read it too! She should go for the new company

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Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 10:25am On Oct 29
amdman:


You can go with radautoworks' recommendation if you are shipping from the US. If you are in Canada, it may be difficult for you to ship by yourself as cars are mostly shipped in containers (except you are in or close to Nova Scotia).

It’s fine, found some in Canada.
What’s the one I can use to ship phones and laptops do you know?
Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 2:54pm On Oct 28
radautoworks:


For cars, Africa 2000, inc. bonded warehouse at Houston airport and owner Mr. Lo is the nicest guy you'll meet. Been using them over a decade for container load and cars. Moved all our belongings and cars to Nigeria when we moved back- NOT A SINGLE ITEM MISSING. Customs got frustrated trying to look in the container the way he built multiple walls in it grin. Shares his warehouse with United airlines Does most of shipping for the big oil companies and government officials here in Nigeria. NOT a middle man. Tell him his sister Temi referred you and you'll never ship with anyone again.

http://www.africa2000inc.com/

Thank you

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Autos / Re: N1,200,000 or Less Tokunbo Cars by Sarang(f): 11:07pm On Oct 27
@amdman

Can you tell me the shipping company you use and an agent if possible?

(Tbh a lot of Nigerians that I’ve asked never answers, they keep hiding it cos they wanna be middle men and have me pay them for something I can do myself, greedy and I don’t wanna)

I would love to buy a car and ship to Nigeria for my sister please.

I pm’d you
Business / Re: Which Viable Business Can I Start With N150k To N200k? by Sarang(f): 7:24pm On Oct 21
Timsilver:


Check your mail.

Thanks
Business / Re: Which Viable Business Can I Start With N150k To N200k? by Sarang(f): 7:17pm On Oct 18
marwanafrica:
i dont get it Sis, things i need for my personal use or things i can be able to sell after my service year?

Needs and wants
Cut down on wants
Business / Re: Which Viable Business Can I Start With N150k To N200k? by Sarang(f): 4:36am On Oct 18
marwanafrica:


Wow, i am serving currently and my PPA is paying me 25k and nysc is paying me 19800 but i hardly save up to 30k in a month, Accomodation is free, i only buy breakfast or dinner myself everyday, launch use to be free for me, really need to work on my self bro in other to save just like you

Make an attempt to buy things you NEED..
You will do well
Business / Re: Which Viable Business Can I Start With N150k To N200k? by Sarang(f): 4:06am On Oct 18
NonFarmPayrol:
Learn how to trade contract for differences onlune


You can make like 5 to 10k daily with a 600usd capital

I can teach you online free


What is contract?

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