Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Massive Sack At Zenith Bank Plc Over The Weekend.

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Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Massive Sack At Zenith Bank Plc Over The Weekend.

They all left the Office last Friday feeling on top of the World...
Some woke up on Saturday to Notifications that their services were no longer needed at the Bank and many more will be notified this week!



READ AN INSIDER REPORT

''Hi Stella,
This past weekend, Zenith bank sacked more than 2,000 staff. There was no warning, no rumors, nothing!

As a matter of fact, two Executive Directors were promoted to Deputy Managing Director by Jim Ovia himself last week and some other top management were also promoted.

Most of the staff believed there was an imminent mass staff promotion looming soonest and went home for the weekend with joy and hope.

So you can imagine the shock when a lot of people were notified on Saturday up till today that their services are no longer required. And more sack to continue even this week.

In this harsh economy and with Christmas a month away, what a cruel inhumane thing to do. Most of these people have worked for more than 10years, staying loyal to the brand. Some have made sacrifices for this bank but were laid off so wickedly.

Where is the Minister of labour in this country? Did they not notify banks to cease laying off their staff? Oh I weep for my country Nigeria! I weep for the sacked staff and their families! I weep, Oh I weep!''


129 comments:

Thatigbobabe(Lilyflower) said...

Nigeria is in deep deep shit. All messy!
It's well

QUEEN AMY Loves ACCESS BANK said...

Hmm what is happening in this country, it just gets worse by the day.
Sisi Eko thanks Mam,saw the shout out.

jane okudo said...

We r in a sorry state¡¡

Odus said...

Not again

lvahstherapy.blogspot.com said...

Speechless! The rich gets richer,why promote top management when there are lots of subordinate staff doing most of the dirty work?

Loveme Jeje said...

Poster hope you are not sacked too. Na wa ooo.

If i say make God punish this buhari everytime i want to buy something and it is costly, my cousin will be laughing and saying Aunty why na.

Make una manage am. Una refused to vote for PDP. All of you said it is APC. Make una manage the package APC give una.

Sorry for the sacked people. God will comfort them. Wetin i go talk again.

CUPID said...

Sad.
Hope you saved??? It is well. Trust the good Lord to provide a better on. Ameen

Mrs Power aka MP said...

This is wrong so wrong

Bianca BRUNO said...

Na wa oh. That's the thing with bank job. No security. Just sack people according to their mood. Just imagine what the workers will do this week. They will so restless. After waking up in the morning and no where to go.

kimmy said...

see wetin diz recession dey cause kai!!!!! buhari bet why, things were not hard like this when jonathan was the president.2019 should come quick biko. God have mercy people are crying and suffering.

Olori footwear said...

Wow! This country is down diving really..

Olaide Davies said...

What is this again! Oh Lord please help our country. In this hard time people are losing their jobs this is terrible. God we need your quick intervention. God will make ways for the affected bankers.

Oluyomi Odukoya said...

Is it not banks again? Na their way. Very inhuman and insensitive thing to do.

Suoebi(Niger delta finest) said...

Nawa ooo this is wickedness na

Olivia Pope's bestie said...

This so cruel.....which way Nigeria

white Berry said...

This is just too bad, I wonder were we re heading to in this country nigeria.

Anonymous said...

This is how my dad was retired from nnpc too. During Christmas period. It is the most inhumane thing to do to anyone. To be sacked during festive periods. May God help the people involved. If we can go through it and still be alive. Then God to will sustain you. What helped us was that we never lived above our means. This period of recession will only affect people who cannot manage. Even when you are employed never live above your means. Be contented and save and plan for the raining day.

NORTH DAKOTA SIOBHAN said...

It's a terrible, terrible thing to do..
Why will they just thrust people into the world of unemployment just like that,adding to the thousands, Abi millions of unemployed people in the country?

Like my mum will say, 'this is why Andrew checked out'

Debbie me said...

It's so unfair. Niger which way forward?

crazyhornywife said...

Bullshit!!!!

stranger said...

That is quite unfortunate. In banking you only stay loyal when you can no longer move I doubt those that spent 10 years did so out of love for Jim Ovia and his Bank.
Also I knew when the Minister intervened ealier, I knew it was just a quick fix which would only help everyone involved buy a couple of months. The truth is that the FGN cannot dictate when to sack or not to sack especially in this harsh economic climate.
The stupid government be screaming entrepreneurship is the way yet fail to provide an enabling environment to let that happen.

Shyla said...

Its sad but the truth of the matter is this is the effect of recession in a country. Companies will fold, aome are managing to put their heads above waters. Most are laying off. The Ministry of Labour cannot do anything to salvage this cos its part of restructuring of things. Zenith reduced salaries hoping to balance things but as it is, it still wasnt working. So the only reasonable thing they could do was to lay off.
I feel sorry for all those who were laid off cos this is the worst time anyone can lose their jobs.
I blame it on Buhari and his people. And especially those that put their hope and mandate in this administration.

Alloy Chikezie said...

This ain't good news.

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Anonymous said...

Bank work na work? Where they treat their staff like slaves. Sorry folks. I believe you all had it at the back of your mind that it would happen some day.

Nitty-Gritty said...

Let me call my sil asap o.
Haba! Not fair at all.

Mao Akuh said...

Vuharia egbugo obodo'a

Anonymous said...

So sad



'Ngy Dear'

Dietitian Nezz! said...

Hope my ex ain't among...he too like that name 'zenith'
For this economic recession wey inflation without increase in salaries or job opportunities wan kill person.

Roseflower said...

Such a shame!!
I wish all those affected well.

lami said...

Sad situation, Lord come our aid in this country.

Bliss Luv said...

Chai! In this hard time? God please have mercy on Nigeria. So sad

bukola fagbemiro said...

Hmmmm, na WA ooo

Stellas Cookies and Cream said...

Na wa oh, live everyday like its your last, be nice to people, do good, be thankful to God for what you have... No one knows tomorrow.


God will make a way for those affected, Amen

Anonymous said...

We need a revolution in this country

IJAY said...

This is is sad not now na na na, God please be with those affected and bless them with a better work place

Anonymous said...

Na wa a which way Nigeria

IVORY said...

Bank jobs are one of the most insecure jobs ever. This isnt fair.

Anonymous said...

Too bad for this hard times
Government should look into this issue of sack in the banking sector


Missylynn

Anonymous said...

Rubbish job, being jobless is better

AbaMade said...

Am not surprised, I see more downsizing

Anonymous said...

My dear you have to keep servicing the groins of ogas at the top, your supervisors, branch manager to keep your job. That's why i love DIAMOND BANK, those who you wonder why they haven't been affected when there are mass slaughtering of jobs knows better.

ELENA (HER MAJESTY) said...

Pardon me but i see nothing wrong in what they just did.
10years??? Is it your birthright?
Y'all have to give way for other sets of graduates to come in.
Yes it's a pity some were sacked but then think about it,they'd have to be replaced right?
Someone's dream just came true.
Every one has to be given an ample opportunity to work...banks just can't keep retaining Same sets of workers for ever na.
This is a blessing in disguise.
An unemployed graduate status is about to change for good.
Sorry to those affected but this a change in the right direction.

What has being laid off got to do with Christmas huh? I hate it when y'all come up with such sob story...Dnt you save? Or are u one of those that live for now and doesn't think about tomorrow

pink lady said...

I feel so sorry for them.
This is why I love government jobs.Its for life and flexible*wink*

Dera Bob said...

Stella u r so sick, wt has minister of labour got to do wit banks, olodo
Dnt u knw dia r KPI's in d bank? If a staff is nt meeting up, wt do u advise d Bnk to do?

ARCHIEVERS WORLD said...

JESU OLUGBALA. 2000 SACK ABEG I DEY LOOK FOR TECHING JOB FOR GOVERNMENT SCHOOL O. PLS HELP YOUR BROTHER O

HummingBird said...

Na wa o...no conscience no nothing.. This is so wrong

Anonymous said...

Elena no well

Madea said...

Elena, if you are acquainted with HR practices, then you'd see you are off the tangent. If you were the one laid off as such,would this be your retort? So people can't work in a particular place and retire there? Smh!

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

Like going to school is now waste of time in this country
Self employment is the ish now.... Be ur own boss

DaSparkles Beads Abuja 08035239797 said...

its really a pity o, at this time of recession! haba Nigeria

Anonymous said...

Seriously? Can't believe u spewed dat crap up der Elena.

IRRATIONALPaul said...

Nigeria nawa o

Madea said...

My dear, the rate at which Andrews are checking out ehn...

Loveme Jeje said...

pink lady you think government jobs they dont sack. They sack jare. They are even worst self. January now, they will bring new rules on government jobs and sack people.

No where is safe again.

Eka Joy said...

So because they've worked for 10 years, they should be laid off to make room for people. Listen to urself and tell me u don't sound dumb. I hope they let u go after 10 years to make room for people.

Mtsheeeeew

Ayodele Fayose said...

Ar u learned @all?...so u feel it's Buhari dt caused recession in 9ja? Let me inform u dt d Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is equally hv a serious dip in dea income bt d country won't feel d effects bcos a whooping $610billion ws saved during d oil boom period while ur own 'hero' Jonathan ws busy stealing 9ja's future along wit his evil cronies. Now dt future is here nd we ar al lamenting on a Buhari dt ws sitted in his Kaduna residence during d massive looting. I ws working in d bank den in 2012-2014 nd it ws crystal clear to us in d industry dt d economy wld land in recession vry vry soon. My hart goes out 2 d affected sacked workers...

SANDY NEKY said...

Pinky you can say that again and again biko even though the pay isn't that fantastic but your mind is at peace. I love my job and all thanks to God. Feeling for these people,our country naija is really becoming unbecoming/unbearable wallahi. God de!!!

Anonymous said...

See this ewu Nigeria @ anon10:11

Rob said...

You must be dumb if you think government jobs sack anyhow like private sectors

Brown Sucre said...

Hmmmm,God help us all in Nigeria.

Anonymous said...

TSA affected ALL the banks. This is just the ripple effects of the Buhari polivy

Anonymous said...

Illiterate fools are blaming Buhari for a recession that was predicted by Sanusi when he was CBN Governor years ago.

The UK has been in recession for years now infact they are currently in a triple dip recession, jobs were lost, people lost their homes, lost their pensions, food banks that never existed now exist because people could not afford to feed themselves and their children.

So they have had to tighten up their belts to survive and come out of it, because of this the beggars in Nigeria abused them and said UK people are stingy. But they forgot that when things were good the Nigerians in the UK sent more money to their family and friends in Nigeria more than any other country in the world and they still do.

A lot of other countries are in recession but they saved for a rainy day. GEJ and his government wiped out the countries funds and any savings that Nigeria had. Now that there is a recession Buhari is blamed for it. It's such a pity that a lot of Nigerians just comment without knowing the facts about what they are commenting about.

NORTH DAKOTA SIOBHAN said...

Lol..

Henny said...

If I work for ten years and save 10k every month, i would have 1,200,000 to start something small in this recession. When you work in an organization, take each day as your last day because any thing can happen at any time. After all it is not your father's company.

lizzyonu2@gmail. com said...

sweet Stella, God bless you so much for this platform. Our country is in a mess. People are hungry Stella, this present government does not have any plan for its citizens. Things are so expensive and companies keep sacking everyday.

ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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Dont even knw what to say self....
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

Anonymous said...

You appear to be suffering from selective amnesia. Where were you when buhari's right hand men (fashola, amechi and do) were fighting tooth and nail against the sovereign wealth fund and the excess crude account, insisting that every thing should be shared and squandered

lizzyonu2@gmail. com said...

the person that said 10 yrs is OK, that will be your portion in Jesus name, Amen!

Anonymous said...

The mentality of some BVs is so shallow - Love Me Jeje, Chi Exotic, Bus abi Molue of this Blog, lead the pack! Recession was caused by Buhari? Nigeria has been in recession since 2010. Go and analyse our huge revenues from oil (avgly $100/barrel in 4years) in addition to the massive borrowings and stealing of our commonwealth by Jonathan and his 40 thieves, during his administration. Jonathan is the cause of our recession - his tenure will turn out to be the worst in the history of Nigeria (the stealing during Shagari's tenure was a child's play compared to Jonathan's). Thank God for the new government despite its imperfections of delays in taking decisive decisions on issues - the bleeding, leakages and stealing of public funds have significantly reduced - infact there is little or no oil revenues to steal now. BVs must learn to speak or make comments with common sense and facts, not sentiments. Better not to make comments if you don't have facts or deep knowledge of the issue under consideration. By the way, people lose their jobs daily all over the world. However, it is more painful in Nigeria because we don't have social safety nets to cushion harsh economic realities e.g. Food stamps and social housing for the vulnerable. We will get there some day SOON! I strongly believe in this country and its abundant human resources.

Ada Mazi said...

U are actually the olodo!u know how to read but don't know how to comprehend.

Anonymous said...

Don't blame the bank, Blame the economy for not retaining your incompetent asses

Anonymous said...

@fayose thank u. I'll never understand these Dullards that come here and spew blames on buhari. Regardless of who came into power, this would have happened. Blame this old idiots that were looting Nigeria's common wealth. The money that would have saved everybody from this sad times went into the pocket of a select few

Anonymous said...

Elena you are DAFT!

Anonymous said...

So u guys are whores in that bank

Anonymous said...

Didinrin,You want to teach yet you can't spell "Achievers" and even "Teaching"?! Help yourself first, Oponu ayirada!!

Anonymous said...

Na to do runs oo! At least as a runs girl, u can make 100k a week , 300/400k a month if you're lucky ... Who office job epp!? I made $1500 just a week ago

Amaka Hundeyin said...

Oh no, please don't teach with this type of spellings

Anonymous said...

@anon 11:49. You are the one who is demented.

Not just fashola and ameaechi, but all the then governors(PDP inclusive). The decision was taken unanimously at the governors council. And they said so because sister Okonjo Iweala and your hero GEJ, were both dipping hands and spending the money anyhow. And at the end of the day what was supposed to get to the states were all cornered. We all see where the money went now? So next time do your findings alright?

Anonymous? Lol said...

Wait o. No b zenith reduce pay by 30% recently??? Kom sack join soon after!?? Haaaaa!!!!

Adanne said...

Elena Elena *na surprise face I take read this your comment oo*

Cyndy Ifeajika said...

U sound like someone from Abia state

Anonymous said...

Most intelligent comment.

Anonymous said...

And you can get aids for free.

Anu said...

Elena, you are mean and evil. People rejoice when persons like you die. Assistant Abacha

lvahstherapy.blogspot.com said...

Bros,its always easier said than done,by the time everyone hears you are working so many responsibilities, it would take utmost discipline to be able to save. So many of them said the same thing you just said but alas!don't be surprised so many of them are living on loans. It is well

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

As an Assistant HR manager (MBA,CIPD,SAP) I can say that There are employee management strategies that every country and Organization should operate by. Abrupt sacking is unethical and should not be used as an excuse to make anyone's dream come true. They deserve a notice period which I believe was stated in their employment contract. Some of these things have happened so much in Nigeria that we start to think its normal

I have always worked in SMEs. I believe in SMEs cos many of them have better structures and parental HR policies. Infact, I'm thinking of setting up a consulting firm for SMEs by my 30th birthday, so I can be my own boss. I never got a multinational or 'big company' job. No matter how many interviews I attended. At a point I started sulking, but as usual I found my niche and I can say right now I earn way more, have more experience, corporate responsibilities and have achieved more than some of my friends absorbed into big organizations at the time I started working in SMEs. In retrospect, I see what God was doing all along. Apart from those who work in oil companies and earn cool bucks the rest I don't envy one bit. They hardly give you an opportunity to grow or nurture your career, and feel like they can lay you off at any time. If you can't play politics, you will just remain in one spot. Go for their interviews they offer you peanuts and act like they're doing you a favour cos of your ID card and complementary card.

One reason I don't envy them is especially because of the way they treat their Human Resources here in Nigeria. It's very poor just like what the banks are doing. I know you ppl will say I'm bragging now. However, about 2 weeks ago I was invited for the 3rd stage of an interview in a big big company. This na company wey I dey say Choi! If I work here I'm sorted for life. But I tell you the way they handled the interview process, I was highly irritated. Infact, after that particular nterview I was asked for comments and questions and I told the executives that their hiring process was very poor. They asked me how and why? I gave them a 15 minute lecture on the issue and how I am disappointed and how it has affected their image to me and how I expect more because of *stated certain facts about their company* I took marker and drew a process map on the white board. (Talking no kukuma be my problem before.) By the time I was done, one of them apologized on behalf of the company and no one questioned my thoughts. They were just looking. I told him I wasn't offended. Smiled. Picked my bag and left (that was one bad ass interview though 💪🏽). At that point I told myself it might not be worth it working in this company. Cos I can imagine what their HR policies would be if the interview process is so poor. Big on the outside, messed up on the inside. And that's how many of these 'big' companies in Nigeria operate, especially the new generation ones with no affiliation to a global organizational system.

That day I complained to one of my mentors and he told me not to expect much from these orgs that I will be shocked at the level of 'Nigerianism' that has gone into their business process. This yeye laying off oh is one of them. If you feel staff aren't productive you introduce a development plan. Don't lay them off. Training and Retaining experienced staff costs a company 50% less than grooming new staff to fill those positions. An organization with Staff loyalty can brag about that being its strength in developed countries. But Nigeria, you stay loyal to an org they treat you like a fool because you're not a rolling stone. That's what zenith has done to these people.

I wish them the best!!

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...
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Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Based on personal research, My previous comment excludes the following companies: Google, PWC, Union Bank, USAID, Dangote Group (Yes), P&G, KPMG is 50/50. If I think of more I'd post.

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

You sabi them

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

You know jare

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

That's how they make you feel your life depends on the company. You start eating sleeping and breathing the company name. 🙄

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Ehen?? That's it. Office politics

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

True. and you can run your side biz in peace

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Can't be compared to private sector

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Smart comment 👍🏼 Well said

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Gosh! Can you people get IDs? This level of interlligence is giving me life! Can you stop being anonymous?

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

How shameless can you be? See what runs has done to you? Some of us make that in a week by using our head, not worrying about STDs and evil spirits and praising God with a clear conscience. Why can't you make this comment with your ID? 😂😂

Anonymous said...

And you that gives out your punani as osho free nko? Gerrarahia! SaintAshana

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Hold that $1500 tight oh! The next one na three months time when smart women have closed several deals amounting to more 😂😂 can't even pay better rents in Lekki. $1500 and you're bragging. When my friend collected N1m from someone who hasnt seen her bra strap on to 'let me give me something for Xmas shopping'. You think you've won because you go and degrad yourself for $1500? I said it! Some of you on this blog don't dream big. Not even when it comes to runs 😂😂😂

Loveme Jeje said...

Zenith bank una wicked ooo. After reducing 30%, you guys gave them a good christmas package. shame oo. I hope una go pay us dividend next year. I need my dividend.

Anonymous said...

With your comment I believe King xoxo mystery that Elena has no qualification and has not worked anywhere. Quackery of highest order

Loveme Jeje said...

Anon 10:11 stop consoling yourself with that thing you just spew there.

Better go and look for job

Ben Ejiogu Fingertrickz BEATZ said...

when will this end? will it ever in this our very own democracy?

Nachi said...

The sacked employees should start business with their pay off money ooo. No time

MrsB said...

Elena. Haba. May your words not haunt you someday

DonMayor said...

There's no best time for sacking. In as much you are working for someone, you should be ready for your sack letter from the day you got your appointment letter.
Sorry it happen, please pick yourself up and move on.

DonMayor said...

Correct @ Henny.

DonMayor said...

Leave that story. If your dad was sacked in January you will still complain and ask who sack people in the beginning of the year.

You should always be on the look out for your sack latter the day you get your appointment letter.

Anonymous said...

Elena I just lost IQ points reading this. In trying to rant you just showed how ill informed you are and how little you know about how the cooperate world works. When a company let's people go on such a large scale they are downsizing and not looking to employ anyone else. So if this rant was cos you were hoping to send in your application sorry kiddo but your ass is still going to be unemployed but if you are employed then just maybe it's time for your own firm to downsize so you know how depressing it is to loose your job so close to Christmas especially in such an economically volatile time.

DonMayor said...

The is the correct analysis. You just give a clear picture of what's happening
So good we still have some bv's with thier thinking cap on.

Unyime Samson said...

Chikito..I read your long memo to the end and really respect your view! When you do set up that consulting firm, be sure to post it here so I can use your services. All the best!

Unyime Samson said...

Uk recession na fire! Aberdeen the ever bubbling oil city is now a shadow of its self..BHS closed down...M n s warming up to close down some of its apparel shops....sad really sad

Unyime Samson said...

Good to know we have right thinking individuals on this blog. Come out of the shadows pls and get an ID, I want to be able to look out for your intelligent comments.

Emperor Julius Caeser said...

Dear Anon, You must be really slow cos even APC that were blaming GEJ have since agreed that they caused the recession.

Mrs bekks said...

Really very dumb, fed govt jobs are for life, it's only on rare cases people get sacked. It's so good that even if the ministry u work get scrapped, u are moved to another ministry. If u dnt ve enough info try not to comment stupidly next time.

Adanne said...

I like that you have changed your 'runs girl' name...this your epistle na die.

Anonymous said...

Unionism is very important, if they had trade union they won't be unfairly laid off... But banks don't allow unionism they believe in autocratic leadership...

Tofunmi Brown said...

I really like chikito and I always learn from her comments..

Chichi Blossom said...

Elena dear, i would pretend as if i didnt read your comment cos baby boo u sound so dumb and you just made ne conclude that you are not acquainted with Hr policies and procedures... Anyways let me take the pain of putting you through if a staff is employed either as a permanent or contractual staff there is always a given notice of termination either one month or one week as we practice in my company.. So laying off a staff without due notice is wrong and protrays injustice. Trust me if its in a civilized country where we hv everything in place that employee can sue that company on the ground of breach in agreement between both parties. As a Hr personnel with my level of experience we dont support that but in the country that everything goes we r at the mercies of the employer.. If a. Staff works more than five years on permanent basis , he or she is entittled to gratuity n paid one month gross salary that's if the said company wants to terminates his or her appointment ... Hope this little lesson can help ur mindset switch from how it has been dont wish people to fall for u to climb cos u knw something karma is a bitch.. 😉😊😊😀😀😀😀😀😀

Emperor Julius Caeser said...

Anon you are the illiterate fool

I still find it funny that most people don't know why Nigerian economy went into recession. They love the incompetent lies of Lai Mohammed about the past government ruining everything. It's also myopic to think that if Jonathan were to still be in power, we would be worse off.
The truth about Nigeria's recession is this; it was caused by the president's unguided rhetoric and uncultured body language.
Firstly, there is nothing we are buying today that we weren't buying 5 years ago, therefore it's not our purchase that put pressure on Naira but withdrawal of funds by foreign investors.
After the election, the president created instability with his unguided statements about how everyone is corrupt and how everyone is going to jail. The instability made foreign investors to liquidate their investment and change their money to dollars. In the process of trying to flee, they were willing to buy dollars at any price, which led to high dollar exchange rate.
Even though some of them were not ready to run away, but want their imoney in dollars to save their investments from devaluation, the
president gave a bad signal by banning deposit of foreign currency into domiciliary accounts. That was enough for free market believers to see the draconian handwriting on the wall, that was the beginning of dollar rush.
To make matters worse, the president came up with another outrageous policy of rationing dollar to certain sectors and blocking many sectors out. That was the nail in the coffin which facilitated the emergence of free FALL.
In the end, foreign investors took over $80B out of the economy within a short period and everything went down to free fall.
To those who believe it will be worse if Jonathan is still there, you are all wrong. Policy continuity and political stability will not let billions of dollars leave our shores within such tiny time frame. Even though the government might have income shortage, the private sector will weather the storm by their confidence in the market.
The fear of the unknown created by PMB is responsible for the economic downturn not low oil price. Interest rate in America is currently at 0.5% while it is 12% in Nigeria. JP Morgan Chase will not mind borrowing $50 billion from Feds at 0.5 and put in Nigeria for return of %2000 profit.
Citi bank will do the same, likewise US Bank Corp. Chase gave Buhari warning about the repercussions of his fixing policy before they pulled out, but his illiterate cyber warriors and misseducated e-soldiers said JPMORGAN can go to hell, they no longer believe in economic metrics since their messiah is in charge.
Funny enough they are all suffering today because of the stupid policy, but they find relief by blaming it on past administration and Gucci appetite of average Nigerians.
For your information, if your president "kontunu" with his unguided rhetoric, Naira will go down to N1000/1$. But we thank God, he is no longer talking.

Anonymous said...

@chikito, continue making noise... Empty vessel. Which one have you collected since the past 6 months. Broke ass idle idiot that lives on Stella's blog 24/7. If I check your account now, u don't have up to 50k in there. Ewu

Anonymous said...

Chikito you must be a fool to think that your friend didn't open yansh for that N1m. She's very wise to have not told u because u talk too much and would have casted her. In this recession, who will dash u even 500k without seeing ur pant? Joker.

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

You people like me today? Okay oh. Get ready to hate me tmr under anonymous 😂😂😂 cheers

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Anon e pain you say I no jump for your $1500? Sorry my darling 😂😂😂 if you want 50k just ask the angels and you will get nau. Very easy. Please start dreaming big and stop doing yeye runs and making noise. You destroy your anus and destiny for $1500? Naaah...:👎🏼 Some of us get that with one phone call. Live with it!!

Anonymous said...

Madam Elena... I thought u were a learned?.. To think that you don't even understand anything about HR Management.Pls keep ur one sided and misinformed self out of this post!

Anonymous said...

I disagree with your opinion on union bank as this same process zenith bank employed has been the norm there for a long time. I worked there and was affected by one of the processes

Anonymous said...

Coming to Nigeria soon. All these sack sack, ladies go bereketee for ground.N2k fit get me all night sef.

AppleofGodseyeoriginal said...

Lol@chikito's reply

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