| Politics / Re: When Will Igbos Come To D Economic Rescue Of Nigeria by YoshihideSuga: 8:59pm
Op is a Northerner and a Christian..
Wait make those Yoruba Muslims invade this thread and tag you ipob..
The North understands Nigeria and know the very
Till then ..
God bless and save Nigeria
A Northern Christian is a political liability. When a Northern Muslim writes the same thing, please let me know.
| Travel / Re: Beautiful Pictures From Uyo by YoshihideSuga: 6:17pm
| Travel / Re: Beautiful Pictures From Uyo by YoshihideSuga: 2:25pm
Pained soul tell us your city.
No one is saying that Uyo has arrived but it is glaring that the place is advancing.
In until the Deep Seaport, BUA refinery, Morroccan fertilizer/petrochemical plant, the first indigineous floating NLG, Liberty Free Trade Zone, Ibom Industrial city etc all come onstreams, na went una go get heart attack pass.
Akwa Ibom/ Uyo dey shock una😂😂😂
Impressive list of investments in the state. I am curious, where is the proposed fertiliser plant located? What about the industrial city centre? And indigenous floating city? Like, which local governments areas are they situated?
| Romance / Re: Nigerian Lady Warns Girls Doing Hookup (Video) by YoshihideSuga: 6:31pm On Feb 29
They won't o
There's one place I went to drink one day where girls of like 18yrs, 19yrs 20, 21+ come to do hookup in Abuja here o.
They just come to the bar and stand around in the night...u see the one you want and you carry her enter the any of the rooms behind after paying for the room.
If you are a lady in your late 20's and there, shame go even catch you cos na small small young girls fresh babes dey come there and these are regular girls who might just sneak out from their parents house with the excuse to get something outside only for them to come there and make quick urgent 3k
With the number of girls I saw there, I don't think hookup go ever stop
It would stop when those men who patronise them stop the patronage.
Those girls aren't fvcking girls.
| Politics / Re: Some Places With Stable Electricity In Nigeria - AfricaFactsZone by YoshihideSuga: 5:33am On Feb 29
These people don't make research at all
Even when Nairalanders living there corroborate the areas as having constant electricity?
| Politics / Re: Some Places With Stable Electricity In Nigeria - AfricaFactsZone by YoshihideSuga: 5:27am On Feb 29
true.. the one is Akwa IBom is powered by mobil turbines.. it was to cater for the catchment areas but the ibibios (Attah) the then governor refused saying it should cover all.. so they focused on their immediate community..
ExxonMobil is in Afaha Ube?
| Politics / Re: Some Places With Stable Electricity In Nigeria - AfricaFactsZone by YoshihideSuga: 5:23am On Feb 29
The places in Rivers and Akwa Ibom states are accurate. Those places have 24/7 electricity.
| Travel / Re: Living In China, Life Lessons And Experiences by YoshihideSuga: 6:30am On Feb 27
Good day all
Please THERE'S NO JOB IN CHINA
FOR THOSE OF YOU COMING OVER,PLEASE NO COME BECAUSE YOU WAN FIND JOB EXCEPT YOU WERE OFFERED A JOB AND THE EMPLOYERS GO EXTORT YOU AND HUMILIATE YOU.... LOTS OF SHITS GOING ON NOW
SOME NEW PERSONS HAVE FORMED A GROUP IN GUANGZHOU AND THE INTENTIONS NA TO CHASE OUT ALL THE OLD MEN IN CHINA AND THE SUPPOSED OLD PEOPLE DON GET IDEA OF THIS INFORMATION AND THEY ARE MARKING OUT PLANS TO SEND THEN BACK
THE NEW GUYS HAVE STARTED COMMITTING DIFFERENT TYPES OF ATROCITIES IN GUANGZHOU, GUANGZHOU IS VERY RACIST, EVEN TO THE CHINESE NATIONALS WEY NO BE FROM GUANGZHOU.. THESE NEW SETS STEALS,BEAT UP SECURITIES ETC, AND THE LAWS FROWN AGAINST ALL THESE THINGS, GUANGZHOU DON DEY PUT EYES INTO THE MATTER.... PLEASE, IF YOU ARE COMING TO LIVE IN CHINA, DON'T DO SO BECAUSE YOU ARE GOING TO SEE A JOB... PLEASE BE WARNED
NA WE DEY STREET, CHINA NA WAN KIND GOSSIPPERS FULL AM, NEWS DEY SPREAD FAST.... I STAY OUTSIDE SOMETIMES TO DRINK AND HEAR THE LATEST GIST.... HEARD ALL THESE THIS MORNING AS I DEY STREET DEY DRINK TILL I LEFT AROUND 4AM THIS MORNING.....
EVEN FOR CLUB, NAIJA DEY FIGHT DEY STEAL
E GO SOON CAST AND GOVERNMENT GO BEGIN THEIR WAHALA AGAIN...
Our people have a problem. It's a cultural issue at this point. Why is it so difficult to adhere to simple rules in a society?!
| Foreign Affairs / Re: Pakistani Wearing Dress With Arabic Print Almost Lynched To Death For Blasphemy by YoshihideSuga: 8:50pm On Feb 26
Nigeria, Pakistan and Indonesia have some of the the largest Muslim populations. In fact, Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world
Nigeria has a population of 230 million with a National Education budget of $2 billion
Pakistan has a population of 250 million pr so with a National Education budget of $600 million last time I checked
Indonesia has a population of 280 million with a National Education budget of $30 billion
Indonesia, despite being the largest Muslim nation has very low Islamic insurgencies because it has a very vibrant education system. Indonesia education budget is larger that Nigerians annual budget. Its annual budget, last time I checked was almost $200b. Nigeria and Pakistan that have refused to invest in quality education have citizens with the most radicalised ideologies.
The best way to fight of Islamic terrorism and all their ideologies is to invest in quality education
It's cultural, not education. Osama Bin Laden was highly educated. Abdulmutallab had an MSc in engineering. Southeast Asian Muslims are culturally different from their counterparts in the Middle East. Middle Eastern culture is very belligerent and barbaric!
| Career / Re: Have You Ever Worked In A Factory? Come In And Share Your Experience by YoshihideSuga: 3:43pm On Feb 26
The problem here is working in a Chinese factory, these people has no human sympathy.
Any factory owned by a foreigner in nigeria is a No for me
Not entirely true. Factories owned by Europeans, especially the French, and Americans have the highest working standards. I'm curious though, why do you think Nigerian owned factories are better off in working conditions?
| Politics / Re: Give Tinubu More Time To Solve Challenges – Gowon by YoshihideSuga: 5:54am On Feb 22
Gowon has never been a politician reason why he doesn’t talk much or read anything about him online. He remained a career soldier all his life time and never participated in any elections or political party. Is duty as elder stateman his to contribute his opinion or idea whenever he's summoned to Aso Rock. Gowon is well respected that the names you mentioned. All the names you mentioned were Gowon's far juniors in the army
Gowon should stand in front of Plateau people and utter the same nonsense!
| Politics / Re: Gov Eno’s Bold move to reduce the Prices of Staple Food in Akwa Ibom State by YoshihideSuga: 12:36pm On Feb 21
Not hire. Government will give you for free just put fuel.
Nice. Please, how does one benefit from this initiative? Apply to the state ministry of agriculture or what exactly?
| Politics / Re: Gov Eno’s Bold move to reduce the Prices of Staple Food in Akwa Ibom State by YoshihideSuga: 12:31pm On Feb 21
| Politics / Re: Gov Eno’s Bold move to reduce the Prices of Staple Food in Akwa Ibom State by YoshihideSuga: 1:49pm On Feb 20
The farm is under construction, visited Cotonou on his first month in office for that purpose
For those that don't know, the massive construction site at nsit ubium on uyo road is the farm.
So say another stupid thing.
Interesting. So, what kind of crops would be cultivated there? Any private sector involvement or it's strictly government owned?
| Politics / Re: Gov Eno’s Bold move to reduce the Prices of Staple Food in Akwa Ibom State by YoshihideSuga: 1:48pm On Feb 20
He’s building that type of farm already in the state. It’s a multi pronged approach
Where please? What kind of crops are cultivated there?
| Politics / Re: Gov Eno’s Bold move to reduce the Prices of Staple Food in Akwa Ibom State by YoshihideSuga: 1:46pm On Feb 20
He has his own farming policy. If you want to farm in Akwa ibom now, free machines. Just fuel it. Subsized farm lease.
How many is Obasanjo farm feeding Ogun state.
Ogun has more farms than Obasanjo but the state still lack cheap food.
Serious? So, an agro company can hire those machines on lease to work on a farmland in Akwa Ibom State?
| Politics / Re: Gov Eno’s Bold move to reduce the Prices of Staple Food in Akwa Ibom State by YoshihideSuga: 1:41pm On Feb 20
People will love this but it will cause a problem in the long term. There is no increase in supply of food. Just using government money to buy in bulk and drive prices up for other states.
Subsidies are simply not sustainable. A sustainable move will be to use that money for mechanized farming that will employ people, produce more food and naturally reduce food prices (due to increased supply).
ONLY increase in supply of food will reduce prices.
The only person who understands basic economics. The rest love communism, but complain when there's no money to fund their excesses.
| Politics / Re: Top 10 States With The Best Infrastructure In Nigeria (statisense) by YoshihideSuga: 1:00am On Feb 19
You guys doubting there are good infrastructures in the North need to travel more.
Ask folks who did their NYSC in the core north, they will tell you what's up, that if they want to tell the truth. Go to their villages, not even cities in the North, you will see top grade roads that few cars are you using, with very good internet penetration compared to what we have down south. I remember when we travel inter village, most times we have the road to ourselves, with blazing speed; you will hardly find pothole. And mind you, North experience the most turbulent rainfall in Nigeria, plus the extreme heat, their road is hardly affected; just to tell you the kind of quality roads they have.
The stat is accurate. Travel more to confirm. Don't play.
Define "turbulent" in this context? And where did you get that information from in the first place?
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| Politics / Re: Prophecy About Naira Getting Strong Again. by YoshihideSuga: 11:35am On Feb 18
Naira is going to be strong again. From 2024 things shall be become to manifest. Dollar is going to crash against naira. I want you to bookmark it.
# holy spirit take over.
| Health / Re: Nigerian Nurses In The UK Embroiled In Qualification Scandal by YoshihideSuga: 11:20pm On Feb 14
Trash. Regurgitating nonsense every time. Some of you that continue to attack the president are no better off. Some of you are into drug trafficking, internet fraud, robbery, cheating and abating, nepotism and you'll be all over the internet screaming as if you are a saint.
Did you say the same thing when Soyinka insulted Jonathan and mocked his wife?
| Health / Re: Nigerian Nurses In The UK Embroiled In Qualification Scandal by YoshihideSuga: 11:17pm On Feb 14
The UK government is not serious that is what you get when you run a government based on diversity. Ireland you have to do the license exam upon arrival. In that way they are sure you are the one writing your exam.
UK thing just tire me, their court system is a joke, their police force nothing to write home about. No wonder those headslamers have a lot of sex rings involving young white girls and the force is unable to put an end to that shit.
Na so e be?
| Career / Re: NBA Rejects Agreement To Let UK Lawyers Practise In Nigeria by YoshihideSuga: 2:30pm On Feb 14
Such a disgraceful bunch selected and appointed to positions of authority in a country.
Will the UK allow Nigerian lawyers to practice in the UK?
Yes, if the candidate passes the qualifying exams.
| Education / Re: "South Africa Needs More Foreigners", Introduces Remote Working Visa - Ramaphosa by YoshihideSuga: 11:22am On Feb 14
South Africans are way too insecure. I find it funny that they have a white population too. Then I compare South Africa to Nigeria my country. What part of Nigeria will do that it's impossible. Nigerians are direct, unlike insecure SA people who don't know what they want.
South Africa is still better than Nigeria. Except you mean the blacks in Nigeria are inept in building a functioning society. 🤣🤣
With your directness, you can't stop Fulani herdsmen from slaughtering your farmers. How many times have you read Fulani herdsmen butchered farmers in South Africa?
| Education / Re: "South Africa Needs More Foreigners", Introduces Remote Working Visa - Ramaphosa by YoshihideSuga: 11:20am On Feb 14
Dead on arrival
Nigerians aren't the target market. The target audience are African Americans. How many Nigerians earn at least $30K per annum as remote workers?
| Politics / Re: Tell Your Husband To Address Hunger, Insecurity - Emir Of Kano To Remi Tinubu by YoshihideSuga: 1:25am On Feb 13
Patience.buhari left a tattered economy and tinubu has to rebuild everything.sometjing that was damaged within 8 years cannot be fixed within 7 months,it will take at least 3 years.so let's give him till nex
t year. unlike buhari,tinubu is a businessman and most of his friends are business so he knows what to do.it is a matter of time...
he will try.the economy and insecurity will occupy tinubu tenure
Who supported Buhari to become the president in 2015?