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Saturday, August 24, 2019

Wordless Night Post.


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    1. Oga Sir, even family scam each other in Nigeria. No more trusting a Nigerian. I dont even trust myself again.

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    2. This man is a bloody lair and a stingy goat. I know people that worked for him and none had anything good to say about him, very quick to anger and pays people peanut and owes alot too. People shouldnt be quick to belive this foreigners

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    3. I hope the company paid adequate taxes while they were in operation. E-diot! There's scam everywhere and in every country America and India inclusive. His statement is annoying. "They were giving Nigerians a chance".
      As if he didn't come to make money. The oil companies have been there for decades, shell et al. If you don't know how to make money in Nigeria, ask around. Don't denigrate a whole country because of your incompetence at adequate risk mitigation.

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    4. Typical white behaviour! White people delight in throwing people under the bus or kicking you when you are down. It's something I've noticed about them.

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    5. The company saw that its intellectual theft was no longer flourishing. Mad man now lying

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    6. Oh no no no.a friend saw a response from a staff of theirs in Nigeria here and sent it to the editor. Investigation was carried out and a new article indicting them was published. In fact they have been sued as at now.

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    7. Oh no no no.a friend saw a response from a staff of theirs in Nigeria here and sent it to the editor. Investigation was carried out and a new article indicting them was published. In fact they have been sued as at now.

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    8. If he is truly a tech solution he couldn't detect the fraud. Liar

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  2. Abeg night don reach ?

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  3. Nigeria eeeehh, a place of every man for his pocket.

    Integrity is lacking

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  4. Lol just d beginning. Well hugs n kisses Nigeria

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  5. Oh dear, what a shame!Nigerians keep disappointing and proving that they can't just do without bribery and corruption๐Ÿคฆ
    What a shame.

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  6. People have debunked this guys claim on LinkedIn. Pls check it before responding

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  7. Choi..... My heart oo ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”
    See embarrassment....
    When I saw it on your ig....I SMH

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  8. This aint well at all. Its bad as in bad.

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  9. LMAO @ India owned company.
    Indians 're the new slave masters.

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    1. Honestly, that's how the one heading our branch does...like a mini God...me I no dey send am sha...you wan come enslave us in our own country.Rubbish

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  10. That man and his company should get the fuck out

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    1. Thats not the solution to the thievery that is obviously plaguing the entire nation.

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    2. He just did, retard!

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  11. And the embarrassment keep getting worse, it will never stop; not when people are selective of the crime and criminals they will support...

    All for the money.... The slogan of criminals. ๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿฝ‍♀️๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿฝ‍♀️๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿฝ‍♀️๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿฝ‍♀️

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  12. I am not surprised. Greedy fools costing us jobs.

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  13. Just got an SMS of 100gb from Isaac Baba... Thank you so much isaac. May the good Lord flourish your business. Am immensely grateful. And to beloved pa, thanks for choosing me. God bless you

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  14. That's what I tell my kid, avoid "Nigerians" anywhere you find them.
    Too much hypocrites, warped sense of worth and scammers.
    Until you study the person and find out that he/she is in Christ indeed
    and not the type that goes to church and commit impunity.

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    1. Then in all truth and fairness you are already exhibiting traits of a BAD parent if not a Bad one already sef with such unreasonable conclusion of the average Nigerian man..

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    2. Avoid Nigerians? You need to come down from your sick looking horse. what nonsense! Not all Nigerians are dishonest, irrespective of religion, tribe, etc.

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    3. @20:15, 20:28
      Whenever I hear that "not all NIgerians" are bad mantra, I laugh.
      Even if a goat comes from America, he will reach this conclusion within
      3 days, that Nigerians are hypocrites. Looks like the more they go to the
      numerous churches, the more evil they are. Those who are Christians/have the
      fear of God among Nigerians are pitiably VERY few and are not necessarily in
      churches.
      My kids did not grow up in Nigeria, so they have a totally different mentality.

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    4. Not all Nigerians are dishonest but it is difficult to pass through a lot of unnecessary challenges to find one. I am friends with my peeps but I avoid Nigerians like a plague.@ 19:48. Your head day there. I will teach same to my kids when I have one. Be socially friendly with Nigerians but establish a serious boundary with them if they are born and raised in Nigeria. No exception

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    5. Ang, how are you o jare? If you alienate your kids na you sabi, shior.

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  15. Isaac baba I think you sent the data twice with your two different numbers. Mtn and glo. Just checked the balance and it's showing 1985. Please send a code for me to refund you back 1000gb

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    1. A clear example of a Nigerian with integrity ๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿ‘†

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  16. What a shame! It keeps getting worse. Greed is really killing the reputation of the few good ones here. Smh.

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  17. All the major news outlets carried it from ABC to the Times. This Yahoo issue is a cancerous one and everyone will feel it's backlash.

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  18. Lady T/worth more than a thousand dollars24 August 2019 at 20:24

    This embarrassment is massive. That bad? Oh my...when will it all end?

    Nigeria we held thee...

    I felt the shame on my bed, that India is being recommended as against us...chei!/

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  19. They should pls leave. Everyone now wants to make it look like every Nigerian lacks integrity. These indians come into our country to make profits at all cost, even if it means treating d citizens as shit. Those who steal from them and them too, are wicked souls. Get out of dis country, and don't look back! rubbish,!

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    1. Don't mind them. India of all countries, mtscheew. Yes Nigeria is bad but India isn't any better from the little we see them do right here.

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    2. Go to LinkedIn and check out the discuss on this issue by searching for the Jenna guy name. Nigerians and other nationals are shooting serious questions at him, dude is just fumbling. HR and IT security expert have asked him serious questions, oga no fit answer. They are now seriously doubting his claims. Asking him to produce evidence, dude provided one scanty stupid evidence like that, that's how They finished him o. He is now labelled a racist, who wants to ride on the FBI arrest of 77 Nigerians. Chei, they schooled him shaaaa

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  20. This is fake.

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    1. God bless you. He is trying to stigmatise being a Nigerian which points to the kind of person he is that can blacklist a whole nation. There are many hardworking, intelligent and honest Nigerians and kind and accommodating. As there are bad people, there are good people everywhere. If the rest of you will collect his tag, fine. I reject it. God did not make a mistake making me a Nigerian. He really has issues which will show forth one day. Apart from many wonderful notable Nigerians doing wonders worldwide, there are many unsung heroes in this country in all classes and categories. There are many foreigners who love Nigeria and nigerians, some even have lived here for years and are going nowhere, they even speak some of our languages and have intermarried with us.
      Anyway it is his opinion, worth nothing to me. Their type will infect others with their hatred and bigotry and the next thing some idiot will get a gun somewhere to decimate innocent people. This is hate speech, if ever I saw one.
      Mtcheeeeeeeeeeew

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  21. Is his company the only one doing business in Nigeria with Nigerians?

    If you look deeper, you will find out that the company's ways are not right as well. How was recruitment done? Was due diligence observed? What are their policies etc.

    Despite all I have said up there though, it doesn't take away the fact that elements of the post is right.

    Nigerians, abeg let's try and do better. This is embarrassing!

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    1. Many are leaving quietly. I shut down my operation in PH earlier this year. My life hasn't been any better.

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  22. Oga shut up, leave our country, they won't. Cos they know they are benefiting. What has Nigeria gained from your being here? Everyone is now crying that Nigerians are scammers, as if they don't have scammers in their own country. Useless people.

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  23. I'm a Nigerian, I'm honest,I'm trustworthy, I'm loyalty and transparent.... Another man's dishonest behavior can't define me. Thanks sir

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    1. You can feel whichever way you want but until you are able to be self-sufficient, someone else will judge you based on their own bias. A typical Nigerian doesn't trust another Nigerian. Yet you all wail at a foreigner running away from all of you.

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  24. Stella please post the reply to this post. I saw it on Twitter.

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  25. We make this country unbearable and unlivable for ourselves not to talk of visitors..

    We need a total wipe out for this country.. I'm still looking for the reset button, i go press am more than 3times..

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    1. What?!?! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ You are so stupid anon 21:55, may your curses return to you and yours!

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  27. The truth is that there is no honest person in Nigeria. May be just 1000. And in a country of 200m, that's insignificant. Everyone is on the watch out to scam the next person.

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    1. No honest person and you still have 1000. Isn't your brain paining you like this?

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    2. Hmmnn, that can't be true because I'm honest and the numerous people in my social circle are honest too. Where did you get your data from? ๐Ÿค” ๐Ÿค” ๐Ÿค”

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    3. Is there a brain there? Is that supposed to be some kind of calculation or estimate?
      Mtchew

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    4. I said 1000 to be modest. There is no way you can get up to 500 honest people in Nigeria. I can bet my life on it. Perhaps if you look in the graves, you may find the ones who used to be honest.

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  28. Oga abeg swerve joor! Dynamics Intelligence does not have a good name too. Pple are talking about Nigerians in a bad way, u too wan talk *clicks tongue like stella*

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  29. GoogLe this man and his company. He should have kept quiet cos he is dodgy

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    1. Some will just swallow anything hook, line and sinker without doing their due diligence.

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  30. Stella go to the scammer's LinkedIn and read responses to this his stupidity. You'll realise that the modern slave driver is only trying to garner sympathy. Let's start projecting the positives of this country. A Ghana tv report says Ghana is second most corrupt country after SA in Africa. We're here helping idiots project Nigeria as the worst country in the world.

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  31. Good riddance to bad rubbish, they come into nigeria empty with a nap sack with the intention to strip us of our resources both intellectual and natural resources . Go back with your empty nap sack to your god forsaken Canada . They vet been reaping off us since the colonial days

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  32. This man’ story doesn’t add up... too many loopholes, I just checked his profile on LinkedIn. Vague n sketchy details about the company, please the necessary authority should investigate further, tarnishing the image of our country. Silly twat...

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