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Thursday, August 04, 2016

BasketMouth Calls Out CBN Over Money Transfer Stoppage!

HUH?.....CBN has killed Nigerians oooooooh ...WTF!!!!






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    1. The problem with the people of this country is that they don't talk or come out to kick any senseless policy the government impose on them.. You people just allow and manage/ cope with anything. Giant for nothing.. Hahahaha.. Pity

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    2. Choi.
      Patoranking is all shades of sexy. Anytime I watch him perform I will just be thinking bad bad things. Since that his performance with Chike and nonso at the voice, I have been thinking soso bad bad things and I want to do bad bad things............
      With him, 😢 😢 😢

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  2. CBN is with his brother in Jupiter. I have not seen that jupiter guy, hope erosion never carry you go.

    shame on dullards that they put in the helms of affairs in this country.

    BIGGER SHAME

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    1. I use WorldRemit and got some email from them two days back saying they got suspended by CBN blablabla.... Ths is messed up!

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    2. I told una from beginning say Emefiele no sabi work, una come dey attack me. Oya, make una see the latest. Let Nigerians continue to swallow and stomach bitter pills since they can manage.

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  3. The policy has been implemented and it affect some customers of ours.

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  4. CBN governor is in confused state I guess. Things are not getting better with all his policies.

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  5. This one affects him and his pocket, hence this rant. "Let us not stay mute..." who are the us? I have said it severally here and in other forums that if we cannot speak out against economic and political high handedness, it will come back to bite us. I also accused the government of not having visible blue prints and determinable policies and of acting on its whims and caprices + the total vainglory they show but some asked for my head on the stake.

    Like Pharaoh and his plagues, it will happen little by little to their supporters. The nile will turn red and they will not mind because they have water tanks at home, locust will attack farms, they wont talk because they have food storage, the day will turn to night; they wont be fazed because they have rechargeable lanterns in their bedrooms. But it is when the angel of death struck right in Pharaoh's house and killed his 1st born son; that was the straw that broke the camel's back. That plague touched him so much that he cried out and changed his mind...it got really personal.

    That is how it will be for many who have been supporting the wasteful and vile acts happening in this government. It will still come to you and no one will be left to cry out with you.

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    1. Workaholics Anonymous4 August 2016 at 19:03

      You hit the nail on the head.
      No surprise there though.

      Totally fed up of this government, now I fully believe the man at the helm of affairs is indeed clueless.

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    2. Wow
      You're really intellectual,who knew how the plagues could be related in this issue

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    3. Dear Bona,you made a lot of sense.
      If all Nigerians were deep thinkers like you,our problems won't be this much.

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    4. Thanks oh @all. The situation is just critical, one has to think and think

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    5. Bless u Bonaparte.

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  6. Can't buhari b sacked already?... Are we sure we Nigerians can bear these and more till 2019. Hnmmm

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  7. Bring back our Gej, bring back our Ngozi Okonjo Iwela,if we had these two people still around,this thing won't happen

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  8. Oh God Why?why have you keep your face away from me and my family?why do you ignore our plead?why do I work like an elephant but feed like an ant?at just 23,I shoulder all responsibility and now my catering job is not even forthcoming anymore.I have prayed, gone to mountains,fasted and all I get is an ulcer for my effort..what breaks my heart most is the fact that I can't take care of my mum,she looks so thin,weak and pale.my life is a mess and a little have had all my life are always through tears and pain.I'm not lazy,I've never been..I just don't understand how my life have never changed.I'm so depressed,I don't see a reason for living.,I'm just empty..Empty
    Olubankole

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    1. You are not empty. You have good health and you're alive. Find comfort in that.

      If you still feel indifferent, take a visit to LUTH to see people passing through hell, maybe that's when you'll realise that where you are right now is but a phase. It'll pass.

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    2. Please drop your contact olubankole.i will like to offer the little I can.thanks

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    3. Thanks and God bless you..07085774859

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    4. Thanks and God bless you..07085774859 or Oluwakemisola Olubankole Araba on facebook..

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    5. Olubankole, why do you have only 2 friends on Facebook? Why was the only.pics on your wall uploaded 16hours ago ??
      It's obvious you just created the page.
      Hope you are not a Scammer o??

      Issokay
      May God bless the giver.

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  9. Jesus Christ!!!! What did I just read? 550 to $1. God forbid

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  10. I nor kukuma get who wan transfer money to me before so easy nor consign me as usual

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    1. That is where you are getting it wrong. You are being myopic and selfish. Don't you know that the general economy and economic policies can affect you as an individual both directly and indirectly?

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    2. That is where you are getting it wrong. You are being myopic and selfish. Don't you know that the general economy and economic policies can affect you as an individual both directly and indirectly?

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  11. Na wa....

    Buhari....i really can't understand what this regime is all about. Kojic acid that was 5k for 1kg is now 12k for 1kg and it's still going up.


    I tire o jere.

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  12. You wanted Buhari so shut up!

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  13. Oga, there is nothing wrong with what CBN has said! it is just to promote transparency & prevent corrupt politicians from laundering our forex! there is nothing to worry about if you don't have skeletons! we all need to fix our economy for the younger generations

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    1. This is about money "coming in" not money "going out", so explain to me how it stops laundering of forex?

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    2. I also read the full CBN directive and they said the main reason they barred the hundreds of small operators was because they weren't paying out in dollars in Nigeria. Apparently they are supposed to be paying out in dollars in Nigeria? There explanation is that paying out in dollars will boost the domestic supply. However I see something sinister. Paying out in dollars might mean people have to go to "Aboki" to get Naira. You nor see am so? Who dey gain?

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    3. Kai! Okezie, go and read your book ooo. Na wetin you dey yarn? E be like sey you no sabi sey you dey misyarn.

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  14. I'm with him. Their move is completely uncalled for. Can't we just peg Naira to Dollar? or if we can't do that Devalue the Naira! Nigerians are getting poorer

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  15. Why is he complaining now? Shey he was abusing GEJ and calling him and his economic team clueless? He should better keep kwayet and enjoy the change aka "chains" buhehehehehe

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  16. The situation of this country is nothing to write home about. Imagine someone committing Sucide over unpaid salary.

    How worst can it get?

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  17. That's what happens when senseless ppl re in power!

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  18. Honestly this is bad, western union is expensive to send money with compared to d other one I use

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    1. The poor will always bear the brunt where this gov is concerned. Imagine someone trying send a small amount of money to his family, will have to pay so much to transfer it.

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  19. Abeg make we hear word, buhari is the problem of this country not CBN, cos the policy can only be implemented if buhari approved it, he did not want to work, he want to depend of business people money, as a way of stealing from people,indeed we have to do something, we have to come n talk, if father mbaka, basket mouth etc who supported him can come out n speak, no time is too late, we have voted him, the mistake have been done, let's ask ourselves which way forward, make we no dey make something dey spoil dey gooooo

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  20. Thus basketmouth is too shady! He never speaks on the country's issues unless it affects him directly. Is it today the FX brouhaha started? Now that his family is on vacation abroad he wants to disturb our eyes with nonsense. Who him epp? He don baff? Who e serve?

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    1. Shut up you that speak on countries issues who u epp.....stop yearning dust.....no body forced u to read what he ranted

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    2. Wow! So many retards on here...It is really sad.

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  21. Change is here 😬😬😬😬😬😬

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  22. When he was insulting GEJ he didn't know it will come this, he wanted change. Barga .

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  23. No wonder, I have not been able to get rates from the lady who sends money. So what does this mean for rates to Nigeria?

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  24. God have mercy, how do we do bussiness with such exchange rate

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  25. I really wonder what crime we have committed in this country,to deserve the hardship being meted out to us.

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  26. They keep doing trial and error policy

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    1. Can dis CBN do us all a favour and resign for Christ sake? Ever since he came it has been one failed policy or another

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  27. Shebi na this same basket mouth campaign against GEJ. E never see change. His mouth go soon turn net from complains

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  28. This country is fucked!

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  29. Aunty Stella you are a very good person, there is no way God won't lift up the hand that helps others and care for other people. With or without the IHN you are still a very good person with a heart of Gold. Though I have never advertised anything on this blog since I have been visiting December 2015 and I have been glued to this blog ever since because you treat your readers like family. It was when I tried to advertise something for sale on behalf of a friend who needed cash that was when you were planning to stop the IHN.

    Most people don't tend to look at the good you have always done, it's when one decide to stop doing a particular thing then they start to talk bad about the person which is totally wrong. Aunty Stella I want you to know that you have people who love and adore you even without seeing you before. May God continue to bless you abundantly and be with your family, Amen

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    1. LadyJ's second ex husband5 August 2016 at 04:13

      Check out "cunning" systematic pleading. Stella abeg don't cancel In House News ohhh. Biko

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  30. Y is dis present government trying to make d masses suffer without improving anytin,they are just bringing new policies without grooming d economy.

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    1. The yorubas caused this hardship

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  32. It is terrible oh. I can't even send money to my father in Nigeria except moneygram Companies doing bank yo bank transfer were stopped with no prior notice.

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    1. Portable Viv's Ex Husband. Cheap ass5 August 2016 at 04:32

      I don't remember the last time I do business with Western Union, MoneyGram or MoneyTrans. I go through individual. 1 to 380. Money in any account the next day except sat/sun

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  33. All we do is rant on social media instead of going out for massive loop protest.

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  34. National Assembly please help us impeach Buhari so that we can have peace since he doesn't want to resign in peace. How can an illiterate put a whole Nigeria in his pocket?

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  35. May God bless Goodluck Ebele Jonathan wherever he may be! Regardless!

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  36. See basket wey support evil APC

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