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I never owned any startup but I do know what is what here. I would never take in my main startup something like equity funding or something like that anyway. Only loans, some side projects may go as it is without any interruption. So something like that.
Volerant @ 23-07-2019 18:40:24 in Between loan and equity funding, which is best for startups? – Nairametrics
But what is current state of the market with all that standing anyway ? What do you really say with them ? Are you having something in mind here totally and completely ? I see it's a great deal as well, but you really need to take something like developing that itself anyway.
Volerant @ 23-07-2019 17:56:32 in Nigeria – Siemens Power Supply Deal (Key Details) – Nigeria Technology Guide
Hw much is for d purchase
g_328470 @ 23-07-2019 16:36:05 in How to Retrieve Your BVN Free of Charge
Nigeria and Siemens have signed a major deal to boost power supply in Nigeria. The key details of the power supply deal is highlighted below. The president and a few government handles provided some insights about the deal while announcing it. In this article we will be … [ATTACH]206788[/ATTACH] Read more via Nigeria Technology Guide – [URL]https://ift.tt/2Ya2TjZ[/URL] Get more: [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/business-news.3/']Nigeria Business News[/URL]
Nigeria Business News @ 23-07-2019 05:23:31 in Nigeria – Siemens Power Supply Deal (Key Details) – Nigeria Technology Guide
That's really low number by any parameters I would say, but do you know how nigerian banks pays in fixed deposits ? I see they are somewhat copy Ukraine for example, but take a look how things are going for Turkey and Argentina, so they should have crazy numbers for them.
Volerant @ 22-07-2019 18:22:50 in Nigeria inflation falls to 11.22% – lowest in one year – Premium Times Nigeria
I think it's something which needs to be fixed immediately anyway. I do see that any country even some of the poorest on that planet earth do have something like their national carrier, like for example Ukraine, but not Nigeria, one of the richest African countries.
Volerant @ 22-07-2019 18:14:16 in ‘Why foreign airlines retain 80% air traffic share in Nigeria, others’ – The Guardian Nigeria News
I fail to see the humour in this!
siteadmin @ 22-07-2019 13:24:57 in BBNaija: Tacha And Mercy Are Prostitutes – Ushbebe – Nairaland
Comedian Ushbebe dicribes Brother Naija housemates, Tasha and Mercy are known old prostitutes at Akpororo comedy held which took place yesterday in Lagos. [ATTACH]206714[/ATTACH] via [URL='http://www.nairaland.com']www.nairaland.com[/URL] – [URL]https://ift.tt/2y17fiH[/URL] ( ------------- Get more [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/entertainment.264/']Nigeria Entertainment News[/URL]
Nigeria Entertainment News @ 22-07-2019 10:03:00 in BBNaija: Tacha And Mercy Are Prostitutes – Ushbebe – Nairaland
In the early 2000s when Charles chose to resign from his high-salaried bank job in order to pursue his interest fashion, he knew for sure that he was doing the right thing..... [ATTACH]206691[/ATTACH] Read more via Nairametrics – [URL]https://ift.tt/2XXBDK2[/URL] Get more: [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/business-news.3/']Nigeria Business News[/URL]
Nigeria Business News @ 22-07-2019 05:52:51 in Between loan and equity funding, which is best for startups? – Nairametrics
Honestly I am bit tired of all that things which going on directly with something like that rappers and Trump and his wife for not the first time really anyway. How can we connect with something else ? For example what Trump did for economy, see my point ?
Volerant @ 21-07-2019 20:01:26 in Trump confirms speaking to Kanye West on A$AP Rocky, promises to get rapper out of detention – P.M. News
I think that everyone who works in that industries should check himself on that STD's and HIV and Hepatitus and some other related things at least once per year, what do you say ? I think it's more than enough to see all that scam which is really going on out there.
Volerant @ 21-07-2019 17:01:45 in Uncovered: Is Nigeria's Entertainment Industry A STD/HIV Time Bomb?
Basically I thought that Nigeria already own some web all around it, I have seen so much more people from Nigeria competing with you every where especially on freelance jobs that I do not understand how it's only possible. But I bet $100 million will not be enough anyway for that.
Volerant @ 21-07-2019 16:22:43 in India to loan Nigeria $100 million to boost rural internet penetration – Moneycontrol
I do not know the whole story in full, but please do let me know where it exactly failed ? That dishes are not that big anymore or fast food service are not that fast and loosing to it's competitors ? What we can say, competition eats you up if you do not develop anymore.
Volerant @ 21-07-2019 16:21:06 in 46-years after, Mr. Bigg’s is not so big anymore – Nairametrics
Dual citizenship is allowed, she withdraw her Nigeria citizen certificate. Everyone is bothered but because of incapacitated leaders, we have in this country. What will the masses do to stop the atrocity.!
Viyir Philemon @ 21-07-2019 12:56:42 in Tiwa Savage Is Embarrassed To Be Nigerian - Are you?
Std/HIV pls Nigeria's artists should display a level of maturity and self control, because they are supposed to be role model's to society and not nuisance corrupting laid down morals and virtue's
ekanemwill @ 21-07-2019 12:55:48 in Uncovered: Is Nigeria's Entertainment Industry A STD/HIV Time Bomb?
Is how they choose to live, is a tread in the industry and part of entertainment too!
Odigili Edmund @ 21-07-2019 12:55:11 in Uncovered: Is Nigeria's Entertainment Industry A STD/HIV Time Bomb?
Okay, that links is already better describe scam which is going on, but still not giving clear picture of everything else really. So I really do not see how it may help in solving these. I do not see anything like that. I have read whole article and it's still unclear.
Volerant @ 20-07-2019 17:43:52 in Crisis rocks Eni over $1.3bn Nigeria oil scam case – Newtelegraph
[QUOTE="siteadmin, post: 445933, member: 1"] Should they be also concerned with the health consequences. It appears being safe is some sort of taboo. [/QUOTE] hmmm, I dont think its industry specific though, it cuts across all industries.......its a cool thing to have unprotected sex these days. We are only aware about theirs because they are known faces. Should they care? they wont because its all about "immediate enjoyment" for them in every aspect of their lives.... "let me just enjoy now"
ese @ 20-07-2019 14:55:11 in Uncovered: Is Nigeria's Entertainment Industry A STD/HIV Time Bomb?
Which scandals could it really be let be honest here ? Are that Dubai firm was somewhat catchy over it and what was the relationsip with Eni ? I tried to figure it all out and opened the link here and there and I do not see any mentioning of this, links do not work.
Volerant @ 20-07-2019 12:36:32 in Embattled Oando fingered in a new fraud – Nairametrics
US President Donald Trump has disclosed that he is trying to help free rapper A$AP Rocky, who has been held in police custody in Sweden for weeks, following persuasions from his first lady, Melania and celebrities including Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West.... [ATTACH]206547[/ATTACH] Read more via P.M. News – [URL]https://ift.tt/2Gl0QmR[/URL] Get more [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/world-news.6/'] World News[/URL]
Nigeria World News @ 20-07-2019 06:02:58 in Trump confirms speaking to Kanye West on A$AP Rocky, promises to get rapper out of detention – P.M. News
A Dubai-based trading firm of Oando Plc has been fingered in a fresh fraud by Eni, an Italian multinational oil and gas company. The Nigerian oil and gas company, which is still battling with allegations of sharp practice and fraudulent activities, was mentioned in the new scandal. … [ATTACH]206552[/ATTACH] Read more via Nairametrics – [URL]https://ift.tt/30J4cIo[/URL] Get more: [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/business-news.3/']Nigeria Business News[/URL]
Nigeria Business News @ 20-07-2019 06:02:55 in Embattled Oando fingered in a new fraud – Nairametrics
[QUOTE="tijay brown, post: 445937, member: 17759"] Although he is a gud player but he is not the complete Nigerian player of all time [/QUOTE] Who is?
siteadmin @ 20-07-2019 04:45:14 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
Although he is a gud player but he is not the complete Nigerian player of all time
tijay brown @ 19-07-2019 21:27:34 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
And what is happening with it when you become like 35 years old or 70 years old ? Please do let me know cause we all missing that fact really. It's very unusual study by many cases. I know that testosterone falls off when you really something like 30 or older.
Volerant @ 19-07-2019 19:27:53 in What Happens to Your Penis as You Get Older? – WebMD
[QUOTE="O'BRIEN, post: 445931, member: 2944"] I think its a thing of choice and discipline.some of the ladies go after men because they think they are the answer they have been praying for and not thinking about the consequences.The same applies to some of the guys.They think its all about satisfying the urge and moving on.Its more than that.Sex is overrated. [/QUOTE] Should they be also concerned with the health consequences. It appears being safe is some sort of taboo.
siteadmin @ 19-07-2019 19:08:13 in Uncovered: Is Nigeria's Entertainment Industry A STD/HIV Time Bomb?
I think its a thing of choice and discipline.some of the ladies go after men because they think they are the answer they have been praying for and not thinking about the consequences.The same applies to some of the guys.They think its all about satisfying the urge and moving on.Its more than that.Sex is overrated.
O'BRIEN @ 19-07-2019 18:51:53 in Uncovered: Is Nigeria's Entertainment Industry A STD/HIV Time Bomb?
Well, i wont call him incomplete but he made a huge mark on the Sporting Scene Wish him the very best in his future endeavour
The Prof @ 19-07-2019 16:21:08 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
It feels like every day we get another 'baby mama' story coming from the Nigerian entertainment industry. After yet another expose, a friend wondered if there was a stigma in the industry against safe sex. Considering how small the circle is, all it will take is one infection to cause a real problem. Is it time for a 'cover-up' campaign in the entertainment industry or should we all just sit and wait for the not so happy ending! [ATTACH]206512[/ATTACH]
siteadmin @ 19-07-2019 16:05:16 in Uncovered: Is Nigeria's Entertainment Industry A STD/HIV Time Bomb?
Wickedness against non Muslims
AwuNta @ 19-07-2019 15:49:19 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
[QUOTE="siteadmin, post: 445630, member: 1"] Following on from our discussion on if [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/threads/is-nigeria-a-failed-state.397096/'][U]Nigeria is a failed state[/U][/URL], it is probably the right time to have a look at the many 'evils' that have contributed to the current state of the nation. The question for discussion - Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil? [ATTACH type="full" alt="obj-buhari.jpg"]206345[/ATTACH] Do you have something you would like to discuss? [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/questions-answers.363/'][U][B]Click here[/B][/U][/URL] to start your own discussion thread [/QUOTE] BOTH
Riot5000 @ 19-07-2019 15:20:41 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
naaa, he would have been up there but he made a wrong career move by joining Mourinhos chelsea :)..... chelsea fans do not come for me, I said what I said
ese @ 19-07-2019 14:54:43 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
[QUOTE="TheLeftWing, post: 445898, member: 1412"] It appears only the sellers get into trouble and then released without charge after rumours of abuse. [/QUOTE] Prostitution in Nigeria is illegal in all Northern States that practice Islamic penal code. In Southern Nigeria, the activities of pimps or madams, underage prostitution and the operation or ownership of brothels are penalized under sections 223, 224, and 225 of the Nigerian Criminal Code. [URL='http://www.aidsinfoonline.org/gam/stock/shared/dv/PivotData_2018_7_22_636678151733621264.htm']USAID estimates that there are103,506[/URL] low-income prostitutes in Nigeria. Not sure this figure includes higher class activities, students etc
siteadmin @ 19-07-2019 11:37:34 in Is prostitution legal in Nigeria?
It appears only the sellers get into trouble and then released without charge after rumours of abuse.
TheLeftWing @ 19-07-2019 11:35:10 in Is prostitution legal in Nigeria?
I believe is not but what makes him not want to participate any more, something must have have prompted that action, although he has tried for Nigeria in times of football.
Rasade @ 19-07-2019 05:58:49 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
Yes,John Mikel Obi is a complete Nigeria player of all the time
joseph akala @ 19-07-2019 05:57:21 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
Italian oil major, Eni, has been rocked by claims of attempt to obstruct justice in an on-going court case over $1.3 billion oil scam in Nigeria. Italian prosecutor, Fabio De Pasquale, who made the comment in a trial hearing into the case, declared that officials of Eni tried to … [ATTACH]206484[/ATTACH] Read more via Newtelegraph – [URL]https://ift.tt/2O2oHy8[/URL] Get more: [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/business-news.3/']Nigeria Business News[/URL]
Nigeria Business News @ 19-07-2019 04:32:51 in Crisis rocks Eni over $1.3bn Nigeria oil scam case – Newtelegraph
Yes is he the most complete Nigeria player of all time. He deserve retirement
mahamat wakil moussa @ 18-07-2019 19:39:58 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
Congratulations to mikel obi he is a great player
IBRAHIM MUHAMMAD 2 @ 18-07-2019 19:38:38 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
well, is a great player an i hope this is time for him....
IGWEBIKE @ 18-07-2019 18:12:43 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
To me John Obi Mikel is not gualify to be a super eagle player. I see not good about him.
Ihaji Nats @ 18-07-2019 18:10:59 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
In a match lasting four hours and 57 minutes and one which flowed this way and that, it was the Serbian who triumphed for his 16th Grand Slam title. Is there a greater competitor in sport that Novak Djokovic? How else do you explain this latest Houdini act that saw him - for the the third time in his career - save match points and go on to beat Roger Federer in a grand-slam match.
Volerant @ 18-07-2019 17:51:53 in Djokovic beats Federer in Wimbledon epic to win fifth title – Reuters
In my view he is not. The likes of Muda Lawal who played in the midfield like him are better. In fact I wonder why he was brought to the team that featured in afcon 2019
Ayoade Yusuff @ 18-07-2019 17:22:51 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
A new study suggests there may be a link between the consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks and fruit juices and the development of cancer. Over nine years, there were 2,193 first cases of cancer, including 693 cases of breast cancer, 291 of prostate cancer and 166 of colorectal cancer. Compared with the lowest one-quarter for sugary drink consumption, the highest one-quarter had a 30 percent higher risk for any cancer, and a 37 percent higher risk for breast cancer.
Volerant @ 18-07-2019 17:19:19 in Are sugary drinks causing cancer? – BBC News – Health
John Mikel Obi has announced his retirement from international football after AFCON 2019. Can he be considered the most complete Nigerian player of all time? [ATTACH type="full" alt="Mikel-flag.jpg"]206444[/ATTACH] [B]Mikel Obi on Wikipedia[/B] [URL unfurl="true"]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Obi_Mikel[/URL]
siteadmin @ 18-07-2019 16:26:34 in John Obi Mikel Retires: Is he the most complete Nigerian player of all time?
CORRUPTION IS THE ANSWER. When corrupt leaders want to loot the Country funds, is either they use religion or tribalism to brain wash people to divert their attention to enable them have their way. Like in Nigeria now Politicians hide behind fighting terrorism by funding the Military but really they are funding their pocket with the help of some corrupt Military Heads, they always end up sharing the money meant to equip the Military and they never want the war to end to continue looting and you will start hearing Igbo and Hausa fighting and from their they will start funding bill to make peace or to equip security personnel in which whatever they claimed to fund either the people fighting or the security agency with is in their own pocket. For Corrupt Leaders to have their way they always need a diversion of either hiding behind religion or tribalism, just like in Somalia, Mali, Sudan, Guinea Bessau, Haiti, Congo and Others. So Corruption is Nigeria Problems and not Tribalism.
David Web @ 18-07-2019 10:47:24 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
[QUOTE="Jomo Iroha, post: 445690, member: 7171"] For many years in Nigeria; even before the emergence of President Buhari and even during the time of Former President Obasanjo, farmers and herders have never agree; which has resulted to a condemnable situation and there seem not to be an end to this ugly development until owners of these cattle take full responsibility or government enforce a law that can force them to take full responsibility. [/QUOTE] It is a private business of national interest. The issues now appear that there is little or no regional trust as politicians look for ways to sure up their base. It is important that the government listen to all stakeholders and come up with a diplomatic plan.
siteadmin @ 18-07-2019 09:05:19 in Is cattle business a personal or national business?
Tribalism. Because, if were allow our experts to handle the affairs of our nation, Nigeria will easily fish out the looters in our country. A nation that see other part of it as slaves, how can they grow? Nigerians can never be happy with these kinds of leaders
odii @ 18-07-2019 08:57:49 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Once again, I'm happy to air my view Yes Nigeria is a failed state A credible testimony of the reality on the ground has come from T.Y. Danjuma, a highly respected retired army general and former Minister of Defence under former President Obasanjo. In a speech at the special convocation ceremony of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, on March 2013, he was reported in the Sunday Vanguard to have said: “the nation is today in total anarchy. Human life is very cheap and impunity has become the norm….. We are in the middle of a civil war in Northern Nigeria. There is no defined frontier in this particular war and, worse still, the enemy is faceless and unknown. Gen Danjuma had likened the situation in the North to “the failed state of Somalia” A failed state defined by the dictionary is "Lack of government; a state of society where there is no law or supreme power, I won't really say there is no law in Nigeria but that doesn't change the fact that Nigeria is a failed state I live with a single mother and one of my dreams is to make her proud someday but with this system in Nigeria dreams could be shattered. I am 16 and I find my self making enormous plans for the future because I don't trust the government, I don't trust the country.everyday when I step out of my house I see beggars, I see hungry children and it pains me so much.sometimes I cry because I can't help them, the little money I have I give them.What exactly is the government doing? This rich politicians are just making themselves more rich buying houses in Different countries, buying cars, traveling forgetting that all this is temporary. Forgetting that they won't take those sparkling cars to their grave.Isn't it better to die with a good name? That's why I'm not going to wait for the government, that's why I'm making plans now because I want to do the little things the government have failed to do.i want to put smiles on the less privileged faces, I want to have my own show too. I don't even know if what I'm writing is related to the question or if anyone will eventually read this.All I'm saying is that I want to change Nigeria for the better by God's grace and mercy
Barakat @ 18-07-2019 08:55:03 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
I'm happy I was given this opportunity to air my view, though this is coming late from me.i think sexual assualt and rape has been widespread in Nigeria. 683,ooo forcible rape occur every year which equals 56,915 per month,1,871 per day and 1.3 per minute.This does not just happen in Nigeria of course, but the whole world in general. I'm a sixteen years old girl and I've been sexually molested when I was little by both my teacher and mallam(an Islamic title given to Muslim men who teach) I never told my mom about it because I was scared, I still am. I'm also scared that so many children out there are experiencing this, maybe worse and it annoys me. I did the little a sixteen year old could do, I made an awareness picture against rape. You see, rape is one of the most terrible crimes on Earth, and it happens every few minutes. The problem with groups who deal with rape is that they try to educate women how to defend themselves. What really needs to be done is teaching men not to rape. I hope we can bring an end to rape, I hope men will someday learn how to control themselves
Barakat @ 18-07-2019 08:53:44 in How widespread is sexual assault and rape in Nigeria?
Tribalism is a mere illness While Corruption is a disease. Tribalism is a part of everyday life, it has been in existence for since the existence of man. Nigeria has over 200 tribes, you cannot take away the difference in language and culture among the people. Corruption is act of vandalism, either in man or material. It works again development, equity, love and unity. So it brings no good to any country like Nigeria that is in the process of growth. Even a plant or human being with a disease cannot grow to a substantial stature. So corruption is a disease and the worse enemy of Nigeria than tribalism.
Animashaun Olatunji kazim @ 18-07-2019 08:52:43 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Tribalism
olawuni Ezekiel @ 18-07-2019 08:51:43 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Nigeria is a failed nation
olawuni Ezekiel @ 18-07-2019 08:50:50 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
Mr Bigg’s, one-time most sought-after fast food restaurant, is struggling to deliver on its slogan and compete in a Quick Service Restaurant market that’s in a shake-out phase.... [ATTACH]206403[/ATTACH] Read more via Nairametrics – [URL]https://ift.tt/2YXltgn[/URL] Get more: [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/business-news.3/']Nigeria Business News[/URL]
Nigeria Business News @ 18-07-2019 06:44:02 in 46-years after, Mr. Bigg’s is not so big anymore – Nairametrics
Tribalism is the father of Corruption in Nigeria. Most people are corrupt because the think their tribe have not gotten a fair share of the national wealth. While many others engage in corrupt activities to please people from their tribe. This is evident in the Nigeria civil service where contracts and jobs are given to people mainly from a particular tribe when their tribe man or woman is on a seat of power. This is aside from people that are naturally corrupt.
Jomo Iroha @ 17-07-2019 22:54:00 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
For many years in Nigeria; even before the emergence of President Buhari and even during the time of Former President Obasanjo, farmers and herders have never agree; which has resulted to a condemnable situation and there seem not to be an end to this ugly development until owners of these cattle take full responsibility or government enforce a law that can force them to take full responsibility.
Jomo Iroha @ 17-07-2019 22:23:06 in Is cattle business a personal or national business?
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zacman @ 17-07-2019 21:23:18 in What Happens to Your Penis as You Get Older? – WebMD
Well to my point of view, i believe that tribalism is the problem of Nigeria. Look at what is presently going on in our country, almost the whole is complaining about the radical behavour of a particular (which am not allowed to menson ) slaughtering people alive, robbries at high ways and our so called president can not do anything about.
Rotimi Patrick @ 17-07-2019 20:12:21 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Nigerian Biggest problem is TRIBALISM.
Emmanuel Silas @ 17-07-2019 19:30:49 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
She was born on the 24 August 1977 in Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria. That makes her 41 years. [URL unfurl="true"]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funke_Akindele[/URL]
siteadmin @ 17-07-2019 19:27:27 in How old is Funke Akindele?
How old is the Nollywood superstar Funke Akindele? [ATTACH type="full"]206360[/ATTACH]
curator @ 17-07-2019 19:24:22 in How old is Funke Akindele?
Evil is evil, there's no short-cut to it. But for the purpose of this question, corruption is more evil. For example, a governor or local government chief who steals dry the government money, yet, he or she is from that state or local government.
Olakanle @ 17-07-2019 19:17:01 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
To say the truth,tribalism is the worst evil this day because, tribe issue had killed many life in this country Nigeria. But corruption only hinder our progress and development.
Ihaji Nats @ 17-07-2019 18:35:17 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
The greater evil for Nigeria is still both of them why because tribalism especially for when it's go for job still the give their son and daughter then the post the advert but now the corruption minimise a little
Sani Mustapha Kurami @ 17-07-2019 18:34:39 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Thou I can't say categorically an opinion that can represent every dimension of thought. But according to the little I can say, tribalism is in place as a result of corruption. Why because it is corruption that made our nation so backward that ethnicity and tribalism have to play a significant role for someone to get what he, in a healthy situation, deserve better. Like job opportunity and likes.
youngmarshallll @ 17-07-2019 18:34:02 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Corruption is a carcanworm tribalism was just introduced to the system by Buhari
Dell D'Aulnais @ 17-07-2019 18:33:19 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Tribalism and also Religion they both lead to corruption in Nigeria. They all begat hatred....because even people of the same tribe don't love themselves in Nigeria, why?because it's either they are of different denomination or they practice different religion. A Muslim person sees a Christian man as an infidel full of sin and so on...the same goes with a Christian when he sees a Muslim...same when winners sees redeem, Anglican sees catholic etc. When the whole thing turns out to be like this things starts going bad...hatred, anger, jealousy sets in within themselves causing havoc. IN CONCLUSION TRIBALISM IS THE GREATEST EVIL IN NIGERIA.
victory @ 17-07-2019 17:40:02 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
We are tribalistic because we are corrupt. Employing the less qualified because he is your person means your sense of judgement is corrupt. And this has multiplying effect on our society.
bolatito @ 17-07-2019 17:38:41 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
At my own, tribalism is the greater evil. because you'll see a particular person working an a place and hi got a big position he will not take anyone that he didn't he will only take the people of tribe and his family.
Sunanaabbati @ 17-07-2019 16:09:05 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
To my own view the trend of Tribalism is the foundation of the Nigeria greatest problem ravaging every cause of uncertainties in the country. And its from their that the issue of corruption have easy access to the government malfunctions.
Castro72 @ 17-07-2019 16:08:00 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
But I hope you know that Tribalism is an act of corruption? They are of the same Creed, they cannot be separated. We must also fight the two together.
IKPONMWOSA IMAFIDON @ 17-07-2019 16:07:23 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Corruption
Abba yerwama @ 17-07-2019 16:05:42 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Tribalism is the greatest problem. If Nigerians were united and selfless, corruption will never be a problem
chetasblog @ 17-07-2019 15:55:32 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Tribalism is Nigeria's greater evil, it is the main reason most communities in Nigeria are suffering from massive under-development, social injustice, marginalisation, violence etc.... Tribalism breeds corruption!!!
ese @ 17-07-2019 15:43:36 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Tribalism if u give equal Blanca of power such nonsense will not happened for example, in security sector give Yoruba police chief give Igbo naval chief give edoma defense chief give Hausa army chief give Fulani's just balance it every body's will work like competition
Jeremiah Bello @ 17-07-2019 15:35:51 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Corruption is Nigeria greater evil.
Naijawide @ 17-07-2019 15:18:16 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Corruption is Nigeria's greater evil; it is like infection that can't be easily cured, it spread like a wildfire!
Prophet Daniel Ezekiel @ 17-07-2019 15:15:49 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Corruption. Tnx
Opeyemi1313 @ 17-07-2019 15:09:59 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Tribalism
patriot @ 17-07-2019 15:08:54 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Corruption is Nigeria greater evil.
Udin Sunday @ 17-07-2019 15:07:26 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Corruption is evil in Nigeria most of our leaders believe once there relationship between the tribe there will not be space for corruption.
oyelami phord @ 17-07-2019 15:05:40 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
corruption
Ibrahim Muhammad @ 17-07-2019 15:03:49 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
Following on from our discussion on if [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/threads/is-nigeria-a-failed-state.397096/'][U]Nigeria is a failed state[/U][/URL], it is probably the right time to have a look at the many 'evils' that have contributed to the current state of the nation. The question for discussion - Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil? [ATTACH type="full" alt="obj-buhari.jpg"]206345[/ATTACH] Do you have something you would like to discuss? [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/questions-answers.363/'][U][B]Click here[/B][/U][/URL] to start your own discussion thread
siteadmin @ 17-07-2019 14:44:47 in Tribalism or Corruption: Which Is Nigeria's Greater Evil?
The failed state: the state is failed when it lose total direction, focus, ways that will leads the citizens of his country to good economy, standard education, security, creation of opportunity etc. In looking critically at the Nigeria economy. deeply the exchange rate from 180niara per dollar 4years ago, inflation rate was single digit as well but now 360naira per dollar, inflation is double digits. The price of the foods are skyrocketing everyday. Insecurity, there was Peace in the Land before, no herdsmen, no banditry, killed napper and ritualist was minimal. Unemployment, is increasing geometrically while employment is increasing in arithmetic progression. Education, is degenerating everyday, students cannot pass examination without expo, Mosques, Churches, traditional leaders are also the products of failure to the nation. Poverty, is pandemic and hitching the standard of living of masses Hospital, has turned to mortuaries, no hope in doctors, nurses are now the agents of ritualist You cannot travel at night and late to your destination and pass night at police station to embark your journey second day you are dead. Senators, 30million naira is not enough for a senators wardrobe and other allowance but, to pay 30,000 naira minimum wage is their problem. My friend, Nigeria has failed woefully: Security is zero. Economy is zero. Employment is zero. Education is negative etc. But to proffer solution to it: Government should make Fridays to be the practical, technical days from primary school to higher institution,we should forget about teaching theoretical subjects from Monday to Friday. Let work on how to invent things. Work on inequality between rich and poor. Motivates security officers. Close the wide gaps between the state and federal salary. Government should use the same salary scale for the politician equivalent to government workers. Because it is service to humanity. I thank you Nigerian Bulletin for this opportunity.
Omotosho Rufus Seyi @ 17-07-2019 13:47:33 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
Nigeria is a failed nation i think we need a real pane vita
Soetan fasiu @ 17-07-2019 13:30:32 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
You're not a good goal keeper for the eagles.
Prophet Daniel Ezekiel @ 17-07-2019 10:38:38 in Akpeyi: I won’t be playing against Tunisia — here’s why – TheCable
Daniel Akpeyi has disclosed to TheCable that he won’t be starting the third-place match against Tunisia at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations on Wednesday. Akpeyi also revealed that Francis Uzoho will man the goal post in the winner takes all clash against the Carthage Eagles at the El … [ATTACH]206329[/ATTACH] read more via TheCable – [URL]https://ift.tt/2ki6Epy[/URL] Get More [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/sports-news.34/'] Nigeria Sports News[/URL]
Nigeria Sports News @ 17-07-2019 07:12:44 in Akpeyi: I won’t be playing against Tunisia — here’s why – TheCable
[QUOTE="dr weezy, post: 445343, member: 8734"] Nigeria is a failed country no doubt [/QUOTE] Is this based on the definitions above?
siteadmin @ 17-07-2019 07:03:21 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
The Indian government has agreed to provide a loan of $100 million to Nigeria to help the country achieve its goal of universal internet coverage. The loan amount, according to a Devdiscourse report, will be arranged by the EXIM Bank of India and was sought by the Nigerian government … [ATTACH]206316[/ATTACH] Read more via Moneycontrol – [URL]https://ift.tt/2NVwptO[/URL] Get more: [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/business-news.3/']Nigeria Business News[/URL]
Nigeria Business News @ 17-07-2019 06:23:15 in India to loan Nigeria $100 million to boost rural internet penetration – Moneycontrol
The absence of a functional national carrier in Nigeria, and other African major air markets has been blamed for local airlines’ loss of international air traffic to their foreign counterparts.... [ATTACH]206310[/ATTACH] Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News – [URL]https://ift.tt/2XVjSWW[/URL] Get more: [URL='https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/forums/business-news.3/']Nigeria Business News[/URL]
Nigeria Business News @ 17-07-2019 05:32:39 in ‘Why foreign airlines retain 80% air traffic share in Nigeria, others’ – The Guardian Nigeria News
Is this a question or a suggestion? Is USA a World Power?
Riot5000 @ 17-07-2019 04:59:14 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
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Fejiromercy @ 16-07-2019 16:08:44 in How to Retrieve Your BVN Free of Charge
With what is happening in Nigeria it isn't enough to declare Nigeria a failed State. Yes many of the structure and government apparatus isn't working properly but that hasn't qualify Nigeria to be a failed State. Looking backward many of our past leaders and government failed in many respect to address many of the social economic problem. Since 1999 till the end of 2015 when PDP handed over to APC, successive PDP administration did everything possible to impoverished the polity many were rendered jobless, graduate with no jobs to back it up. In all fairness the present government is trying but they need to do more and I'm not being unfair to PDP they have destroyed the country beyond redemption talk of corruption of the highest order, looting of our Treasury without recourse for future generations to come. What Nigeria is experiencing now is the effect of years of maladministration which have translated to everything in the country. It's unfortunate that the present administration inherited a decaying Nigeria.
Akeem Folajin @ 16-07-2019 11:46:21 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
Oh, it seems to me, it partially shows how young the generation is complexed and dependent on the opinion of social networks.
gaargz @ 16-07-2019 09:50:14 in A photographer asked teenagers to edit their photos until they thought they looked ‘social media ready,’ and the results are shocking – INSIDER
Sorry, but this is a strange statement. I can not agree with him.
gaargz @ 16-07-2019 09:48:27 in 3 Reasons Sex With Smaller Penises Is Fantastic – Ekomiamiblog
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gaargz @ 16-07-2019 09:46:07 in Sometimes all you need is motivation
Nigeria is not a fails state according to what have been mentioned in definition, every state have their problems in different perspective, every one believed their is problems, before you indulge in you have to thinks what are the Genesis of the crisis, is it from the democracy ?or those playing that room of democracy ?for the way we are practicing it, ?or we are apply what's pass our capability in processing it.
Algab @ 16-07-2019 05:09:36 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
Nigeria is already a failed state because the rule of law is completely downtrodden; the govt cant guarantee protection for its citizens anymore; the choice of masses doesn't count in elections anymore; few people hold wealth, lots of other are extremely poor; foreign companies folding up without local alternatives; debt rate is exponentially increasing; few mafias control forex, and inflation rate is keeps increasing; massive youth exodus out of the country, serious brain drain. But one thing is there is hope for Nigeria if we are willing. If we could fight Ebola to a stand still without any foreign intervention, we can rise again, only if there is willingness.
bolatito @ 16-07-2019 03:41:56 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
Nigeria is a failed country no doubt
dr weezy @ 15-07-2019 21:14:37 in Is Nigeria a failed state?
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