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Saturday, September 03, 2016

Recession Consequences?..OMG!!!


Looks like the ''IN'' thing is Nigeria is either salaries are slashed or jobs terminated!
GOD WHERE ARE YOU?Nigeria needs help!



51 comments:

  1. Economic recession while some people are still bragging about the forth coming election results.

    God help us set our priorities right

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  2. I hope that yoruba people that voted Buhari into power are happy with the way things are in Nigeria today.

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    1. James worst Nightmare3 September 2016 at 17:28

      Nigeria is in trouble, you are having reasons to blame Yoruba people. So the northerners, easterners and southerners didn't vote too?

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  3. Continue to blame oooo presidency.
    Pmb campaigned based on the ills at the time, he promised change (whether positive or negative nigerians didnt ask), now people voted and all you do is blame the past. If you cant resolve the issues you promised to resolve then quit.
    The time to hold people accountable to their campaign promise is now. Nigeria hasnt it thos bad. Businesses are closing daily, exchange rate is on the rise. People are regretting voting this govt cos they only blame the past administration.

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  4. And they are still blaming GEJ for their failures...
    Hahahahaha...
    The senates should impeach this good for nothing Vuharia!...

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  5. Those who voted for change how far? I hope u guys are having a swell time now wt d economic recession?

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    1. Bunch of airheads on this blog. Led by Sisi Eko or is it Okomaiko, Jaymoore, FRESH, Anonymous J, Don Mayor, The General housewife, Iphie dearie. Stupid things, you won't hear their noise on some posts anymore, they are ashamed

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  6. I am not surprised the way things turned out. I expected it. How do you expect an illiterate dull old man that has never run any form of business since he left office in 1984 to perform wonders for the country?
    U cannot cultivate cassava and harvest yam.

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    1. Buhari knows nothing, didn't go to school where will he get the ideas to operate with.

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  7. Everybody in Nigeria is affected in one way or the other including Dangote and all the billionaires in Nigeria...
    The only business that is moving in Nigeria now are people in my line of business and food vendors!...
    I pity my country people...

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  8. buhari has turned dis country upside down

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  9. And I saw on the news this morning that FG wants to add tax to Phone calls,sms e.t.c

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  10. This is not nice at all. God please save Nigeria.

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  11. Its crazy!
    No jobs anywhere!
    Na business sure pass now.
    My miracle is on the way..

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    1. Where is the money for people to patronize business owners?

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  12. Why is it that its when he becam president that the hardship started. I didnt experience any hardship in the last administration. I even started a business then.i had to close down last month cos of no patronage.
    Pardon my ignorance.
    They said the past administration was so corrupt,but there was no hunger in the land then..why is it that its when they're trying to recover money that there's so much hunger in the land?
    Bad policies up and down.
    Basic things in life~food,clothing,shelter is now a luxury most Nigerians can't afford.

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  13. It's very bad
    We need good, youthful, hardworking leaders in this country!
    Not quater to death, greedy old men!! God help our Nation

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  14. Infact ehn, if one can afford to eat 2 decent meals in a day, then the person should be thankful. Things are getting out of hand.

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  15. No joke! Gej was bad as they ve always said, but the economy wasn't bad for us,infact we gain d title of the fastest growing economy in Africa in his time. Presently It's getting worst daily& we re all folding our hands to watch. This position is too much for this old man to handle,he shud resign asap, he isn't smart& so re his followers. Who are rilly Buhari's advisers? Seriously!

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  16. He is still saying they should blame Jonathan. Smh. This are this bad and he is still playing the blame game.

    Pls buhari,find a solution!!!

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  17. The truth and the fact still says it all, where is all the money in Nigeria? Buhari does not need to start chasing the politicians that stole our money, just force them to invest all these money in Nigeria to create more jobs, does buhari think all the money will be refunded or person wey carry 20naira go drop the 20naira , if he see 5naira collect na to dey thank God

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  18. Lord...pls HV mercy on us and remove dis man..people are suffering ooh.federal govt workers are suffering especially d ones with families... No money to pay school fees not to talk of feeding..

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  19. God please preserve my hubby's job and my business. Things are getting bad

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  20. Yes o!
    It happened to me live...
    I now earn half of what I was earning,
    Its so so terrible stella!
    But the truth is I can't leave now till I get another one.
    May God help us

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  21. Stella it is very serious o
    People like me are just owing foodstuff sellers upandan. Sallah is coming, I can't even sight a single goat tied down in my neighbourhood for Ileya festival. Even if one decides to go back to the village, where is money for transport? Nothing tangible to sell in the house and enter road with four kids. What about money to feed with till things stabilize in the village?

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  22. How can we create a new nation from Nigeria. God pls forgive and help us.
    Until we call.on God, things won't get better. If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray...

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  23. God help us. We shall overcome someday.

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  24. 11th month of no salary. God take control.

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  25. Na so we see am, change is here to stay.

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  26. my husband is a banker for 10yrs now,and everyday we still pray against sack.it is well wit all of us

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  27. It's like I was the first to relocate to the village.

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  28. Lol... all this newspapers with lies. which city dwellers returned to villages. Lol. Punch can lie for africa. We all knew we were going to pass this stage of recession ever since the crude oil dropped. Our only source of income in nigeria. Smh

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  29. Yoruba with their hatred for Jonatnan. Buhari killed Nigeria with bad economic policies. In his bid to fight corruption , he blocked access to forex, increased levies, and killed businesses. I agree that our forex reserve was depleted, how about the recovered loot. Oil subsidy money, etc.. Bad economic policies killed Nigeria not Jonathan. This same situation was what happened when he ruled in the eighties. He is vindictive, chasing his enemies at the expense of our development coupled with his bad luck of crash in oil prices.

    Ok hand over to Jonathan then and see what happens. Bunch of illiterates and novices ruling Nigeria. Put Abachas loot in our foreign reserve and stop chasing enemies. Open access to forex. Corruption fighter, the only reason people come to Nigeria to do business is because they can cut corners, if not who wants to come to a country with no road, light, and water.

    Look at the heavy fine heaped on mtn, if they lay off workers now, will you blame them. Incompetent and wicked leader.

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    1. God bless you u spoke my mind

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    2. U'v said it all

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    3. U'v said it all

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    4. Loud it!

      Gbogbo bigz girls and Sisi Eko come and read

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  30. Nigerians should do what Brazil did. If Buhari's regime is making people commit suicide. He should be impeached! He's clueless, keeps talking about fighting corruption. Meanwhile people are not even seeing money to steal sef. No food,no jobs! He should be impeached!!!

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  31. Sometimes I wish these igbo people can separate and make clueless Jonathan their president. But of course the Niger delta won't allow the cunning thieves touch their oil and calabar people have a mind of their own now

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    1. @anon 15.37 you are a bitter soul. To discriminate against a people. Tell me what have you created? God created all tribes so news flash, hate the Igbos all you want- it don't change a thing! We are talking current economic situation you are talking crap! Pls swerve you bloody RACIST!

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  32. Even the nonsense access bank that did salary increase now wants to collect it back by giving all their ETs compulsory car loan of 5million naira for 5years to buy Kia Rio after forcing us to sign a two year employment bond. If you say you don't want, na sack letter. Stella please help us call them out!!! Save us!

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  33. I keep wondering. Is it that Nigeria doesnt have one intelligent young person who has ideas that can lead the country? Im sure we have. But the grandfathers and greatgrandfathers are still holding onto power and relevance and are not ready to listen. The young people who have good ideas do not have the money and so remain silent.

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  34. Even in the darkest situations, my family will rise above all odds and proper. My God has created wealth for us. Buhari times have nothing on us

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  35. Make I continue my laughter kwakwakwas. Awon APC defenders how market oo. Se en ta

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  36. Blame blame blame,shine your eyes Baba b4 4yrs go pass you unaware.

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  37. Nigerians don't realise the mess we are in yet? They are still calling Buhari's name?

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