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Saturday, July 27, 2019

Wordless Evening Post

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    1. Pls ask them

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    2. Reno has come again. What about Atiku and other PDP bigwigs that are beneficiaries of the Forex for foreign medical tourism?

      Condemn the system and not a person because even your principal enjoys same privilege. The import bill for milk stood at $1.2b and $1.5b annually, and it's a product we can produce locally. BBC research also state that Nigerians spent $1b on foreign medical tourism in 2013. Price Waterhouse Coopers, in its 2016 report, said of the $1 billion spent annually on medical tourism by Nigerians, 60 per cent goes into the treatment of chronic diseases in key areas of oncology, orthopaedics, nephrology and cardiology. That was why the Lasgidi govt built the mega hospital in Gbagada to cater for people traveling abroad and same facility is situated I think in Babcock university.

      Reno knows the truth but he would say half of it. Same way he said only Fulani was in the new passport, whereas it is half truth

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  2. Whatever people Like Reno, FFK, Doyin Okupe, and Abati say will never make sense to people like us


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    1. No matter what you guys say or do,you can't force Ruga down our throats

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    2. An open mind is a sign of intelligence and intellectual humility

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    3. Lady T/worth more than a thousand dollars27 July 2019 at 19:40

      Of course how will it make sense?
      When you are so blinded with your idealogy. You can't even look out to see if the other person is making some sense, no matter his name or what he stands for. Its good to remove your bias/prejudice and see the other side of the coin.

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    4. Thank you Anon 19:36.

      That you don't like or support someone doesn't mean you shouldn't be objective.

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    5. That's because you don't have sense! How will you recognise it even if it stares hard in your face?

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    6. Receive sense in Jesus name...Amen

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    7. Respect each other's opinions please. Everybody has a right.
      Reno, do not worry, we will buy cows and keep at home to be milking😁😁😁😁😁. Ina ruwan Angulu de kisoπŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️πŸƒ‍♀️

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    8. @ anon 20:45...read and stop displaying your ignorance here. Nomadic or pastoral cattle don't lactate.

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    9. Can you see that the problem has never been about the truth or what is right but who is saying it? You can never win with these people.

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    10. @20:28, it's you who cannot understand sarcasm that's ignorant and that's what is killing all of you in that shithole you call a country. Stupidity, sentiment and ignorance had blinded fools like you. Who takes you serious anyway?

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    11. it will never make sense..when he was budy enjoying during jonas tenure...mtcheww NONSENSE

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  3. This dude go loss o
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    Them fit arrange Kete amu to deliver Charlie men's kind package for am, if im refuse am, them go delete am fiaaaaaaaam!

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  4. Buhari if you like stop importation of all goods and services, we won't still accept ruga. Go and create ruga for your murderous Fulani brothers in sambisa forest. Clueless and dull president.

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  5. buhari has failed Nigeria.
    Nnamdi Azikiwe wept.

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    1. Enahoro wept

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    2. Obafemi Awolowo join.

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    3. Herbert Macaulay wept

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    4. Stella comman see your 'beevees' oh!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    5. Abucha wepted...

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  6. Is d population of Nigeria equivalent to what we can produce?????
    Alot of African countries are not even up to d population of Lagos

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  7. I am at a loss for words on the ban on milk importation. Nigeria has cows but not enough to sustain the entire country and supermarket shelves. The epileptic and unstable power supply itself will not allow for a thriving fresh milk industry. Powered milk and those canned ones are the only remedy. They need to consider the masses.

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    1. Plus the species of their cows na wa.
      Godwin emefiele is taking with his behind

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    2. Nigerian cow is not a milk breed. Just meat

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  8. They will turn milk to gold with this nonsense ban.how they voted Buhari back still amazes me,Nigeria economy keeps going bad,no security, no electricity,no jobs,schools on strike all the time,fulani heardsmen killing people,boko haram on the rampage, all of these happening in just one country fa.i tire for naija.

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  9. The ban is a game.

    Someone please build a business idea of breast milk donorship.

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    1. How will you use breast milk for tea or cereal?

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    2. @Anon 21:54, The taste will only be different from what most of us know as tea.

      The mmili ala can be refined. Can't it?

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  10. Anything cow related has turned to kryptonite

    Hmnnn, the Nation of miyetti allah

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  11. my brother's and sisters that is to say if you happen to venture into milk production business right now you will become a billionaire...
    chai...if to sey I get capital now.

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    1. You get Cow?

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    2. Great idea, but you need to wait for at least 3 years before you can start getting milk from a cross-bred. It is a great policy that support domestic milk production, but Nigeria is not yet ripe for an outright ban. Because the Fulanis who are the major milk producer in Nigeria still lack the capacity to meet up with our daily demand for milk. Hence,the huge dependence on importation to fill in the gap.

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    3. Not anyhow cow, the breed that's meant for milk production on a large scale.

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  12. Who told u any sane individual voted buhari? Wasn't obvious that the election was rigged. I know we aren't ready for new dawn at all. If not the same energy we used to organize mass protest the next day full ground remain.

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    1. I know "sane" individuals that voted for Buhari. I still give them the side eye when I walk past their table at work.

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  13. I'd like to be pointed in the direction of the said ban.

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  14. They said the same thing about rice now we produce rice ourselves . How can we be importing milk?No pain no gain. Ask China and Singapore the sacrifices they made for a better tomorrow.

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    1. And how much is rice in the market?.

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    2. Please where is the rice you produce? The local rice produced here are even more expensive than the imported one.

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