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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Nigeria Is Too Hard..........

Imagine a conversation between two people...

One says that Nigeria is too hard and the other person agrees with examples...
Do you agree that Nigeria is too hard?








54 comments:

  1. How about "house cleaning?"
    Let the Naija girls yarn us how them
    dey take do that one ooo.
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    1. We go yarn you oh.
      We pray hard and register our business. Also open Instagram pages and advertise online. Pay those small small blogs 5k to carry out business. Then we print complimentary cards and drop them everywhere. We dress professionally too. Smart pant suits, lovely dresses and visit corporations even without appointments. We speak to everyone we meet and visit small hotels too. We still pray hard everyday and slowly but surely God opens doors.

      To the “house cleaning” you may be insinuating, I’m not so sure what you’re referring to. But I’m sure your first daughter as a girl child born and bred in naija (aka naija girl) will be posted on this blog and other blogs as a textbook example of a professional “house cleaner”. Makes sense abi? Ajuju oh.

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    2. @16:08
      I no even understand isi n'odu -head and tail of all these utaba
      wey you yarn there.
      How my daughter (wey you no sabi) carry enter this matter weak me
      kpata kpata.
      To answer ya ajuju -that house cleaning wey una go carry tohtoh clean
      finish, collect minimum wage in one day, dude go sleep off, una go carry
      im jeep and watches and phones and N1m cash vamoose ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
      Na so una dey clean house inside out? Ajuju squared.

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    3. You asked a question and I answered you as a child of God. Abi no be so? Ajuju oh.

      Why are you now ranting? Is your daughter not a naija girl? Proper naija girl self with a naija mother and father now. Abi no be naija girl be that? Na simple ajuju oh.

      Come to think of it, na you ask original ajuju. Na you come answer. Your answer even carry A1 self. If you already know, why the ajuju? Help me understand. It’s either these tohtoh talk dey totori you well well or you dey find ungodly attention. Abi na the two? Ajuju oh.

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    4. You asked a question and I answered you as a child of God. Abi no be so? Ajuju oh.

      Why are you now ranting? Is your daughter not a naija girl? Proper naija girl self with a naija mother and father now. Abi no be naija girl be that? Na simple ajuju oh.

      Come to think of it, na you ask original ajuju. Na you come answer. Your answer even carry A1 self. If you already know, why the ajuju? Help me understand. It’s either these tohtoh talk dey totori you well well or you dey find ungodly attention. Abi na the two? Ajuju oh.

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    5. ANG,Why you go carry one person shit rub everybody?Many of our hustles dey legit
      You make it look as if nothing good can come out of a Nigerian woman; aren't you a woman yourself?
      Na ajuju I ask you

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    6. ANG 'see yourself'? @16:08 gave you the response you deserve.

      I took time to read all the comments and ANG you were the only one that made a silly and senseless comment.

      I ask again, ANG are sure you are what you claim to be? *Ajuju na-ese okwu.*

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    7. You people have time to be asking useless questions.. Anybody that thinks ang is a woman need to get her head checked.

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    8. @Ayooba and her anonymous siblings
      ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
      That thing no be "one persin shit o"
      Na Naija girls' them shit and e dey smell specially o
      Me I be Nigerian woman, not Naija girl o
      Choose where you belong
      All of those ajujus up there adighi ese okwu ma ncha unu anugo?
      ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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  2. Hahahaha this is true, it's only God that can save one in business.

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    1. Na Church biz still sure pass, plus it gives immunity as naijas equates the shush leaders with God

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  3. Yes oh Stella very true..The new craze is betting company..As they saw Betnaija making it, other ones came with all sort of betting companies..Its crazy

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  4. Hahahaha this is true, it's only God that can save one in business.

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  5. Chineke Nna! Stella eh!! These your emojis or whatever they are called are ALWAYS on point. See me laughing out loud in the office.

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  6. Well I will say the country is hard not for the above reasons but for mine:
    Bad roads
    Insecurity
    Poor power supply
    Poor wages and high cost of living
    No jobs

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    1. 1000 likes, there's enough market for everyone

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  7. Very true, fashion houses or designers every where in ph and calabar( between every three to two shops), how do you people make it sef.

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    1. You forgot hairdressing salon. On my street alone we have about 30!!!

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    2. You forgot to mention that almost every young girl is selling hair or a make-up artist.

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  8. That Uber business was really painful! If not, that’s the best job any youth should engage in! I was making better money! But Uber was just too greedy!

    Uber had thier clients, as in strong clients, that even Olosho can’t talk to drivers anyhow!, then Taxify came and was also doing fine! Then Greed set in, Uber wanted it all and slashed the price by 50% or 60% and even went way below Taxify! Then Drivers became angry and we all ported to Taxify, Taxify got hold of the market and started dictating and being mean to the drivers! Even olosho became witches overnight and could afford both!..... till this day, the market has been destroyed beyond redemption! All other taxi apps even indigenous apps can’t release the grip from Taxify and Uber.... Uber drivers and Taxify drivers, dem swear for una? Ikwakwakwakwakwa

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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  9. In as much as the first guy prefixed his statements with "Nigeria is too hard", both only went on to discuss the copy-copy nature of Nigerians. I happen to agree with them. A few years ago when the Bella Naija Weddings trend really took over, everyone and their mother started doing make-up and tying gele. Even those that were painting their clients like masquerades were claiming "make-up artists". Everyone was now a photographer, including those whose pix looked like it was taken with the original Nokia 3310. Everyone became small chops business owner. Everyone started baking cakes. Some of those cakes were as hard as cement blocks, and not well made. Everyone started to sew, and more often than not, those outfits belonged in "what I ordered Vs what I received".

    These days, everyone on Instagram is selling "human" hair/wigs. Or selling clothes from the same Turkish suppliers. There is very little originality, and when the business doesn't do well, "village people" are blamed.

    Think outside the box! Stand out by doing what others aren't! All the entrepreneur billionaires ammassed their fortune because they introduced things that no one else was doing, or the greatly improved on something by making it better. It also helps to actually have a passion for what you want to do! Don't go into an industry because everyone is doing it, and you want to try your luck.

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    1. Gaskiya truth!!! You are making sense...

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    2. What you saying, you needed teeth of steel to eat some of the cakes๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜นI even saw the cake the vice president wife baked for her daughter's wedding and I was giving it huge side eyes. And we have heard the report on this blog about ppl who bought from some of these sellers.

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  10. Naija.is hard ooh. My mum was the only caterer in my area before but now we have more than 30 shops offering similar services. We've told her to close the shop and starts enjoying her herself at home since there's no more customers but malaeee change am for us. We're just paying shop rent while hoping for the best. She went into frozen food business Na the same issues.

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  11. The country is hard due to money circulation. It has reduced by almost 50% and its due to our government and economic factors. Nigerians rush every business that booms because they are greedy and always desperate for money (even those who have). They’re always putting their eye on what their neighbor is doing and it’s bad. It takes you years to come up with an idea and some illiterate fools come and copy till it casts.

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    1. Thank you very Much. Nigerians love to copy a lot. Start up something and do well in it...they all jump into it.

      Be creative!
      Think outta d box!!

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  12. Someone in the know should please hint me on this Uber/taxify business. Is it a good business venture?? Thanks in advance...

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  13. I agree with this we do not have strong economic policies and/or laws to prevent unhealthy competition.my mum was the first to own a super market on a street about two years later, there were supermarkets on every street and business became tough. The best way to do business in Nigeria is to enter businesses with high barriers to entry and that means that financially it's impossible for many people to get in to it...

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  14. why not try other business like Keke napep hire purchase ,cooperative food society ,rentals and

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  15. Things been like that SINCE o,I remember how all our church members changed their cars to my mum's the moment she gets back from Cotonou๐Ÿ˜
    Mostly of the time she doesn't know what she's buying till she gets there/buy something different from the one she intended,she would be trying to show us the one she bought (while awaiting fa-ya-wo to bring the car into town)but it will be very few and we may not see it for days but once the car comes and she cruise few weeks,same model don plenty๐Ÿ˜… bcos people will ask once it comes why she bought that one,then gist of how its not so expensive and fuel usage is low go full ground๐Ÿ˜
    What's this other coy like gokada?they are so many now all bikes get orange/green jacket..
    We forget passion because of greed&survival!!

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  16. In my area, I started frozen food and orisirisi food stuff, was doing it and making madt sakes and profit before I know it,5 people landladies o I met them on the street started the business. I had to stop and face strictly wine,spirits and pet drinks, now they have changed to it while other 2 people has joined making 8 of us on the same street. Presently,I don't even know what to add to the business to give me more sales and profit.lest I forget I started agency banking another person just open opposite me without POS (ki won sa ma ranju mo titemi) sincerely I don't know what to add that they will find difficult to imitate immediately

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    1. If you were to go around collecting dog shit and selling it they would go into dog shit business too. I despise when ppl go into a similar business jam their business right next to yours. If you are inspired at least have the dignity to go setup shop elsewhere.

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    2. So frustrating and very common in this Nigeria, the copy copy is out of hand and worst the people have no shame.

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    3. Imagine. Why can't they be original and come up with their own idea?

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  17. so correct, once someone start any type of business others will copy as long as you are making sales. They will never be creative till you start something.

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  19. My boss is Igbo I ran to show him the emoji then he tried acting the frog laying down and fell off the seat.
    We have been laughing and laughing, the whole office is on laugh tunes.

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    1. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ fun office I love that...

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  20. its just greed. even uber that is for petty hustlers in developed world, nigerians rushed it and scattered the business. one person will buy 20 cars put all on uber. some of them had full time job with oil coy, telco, bank oh!

    but they also want what the little hustlers have

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    1. at least they employed people to drive the cars

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    2. And these ppl seem to conveniently forget that greed is one of the seven deadly sins.

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    3. That's because everyone is looking for secondary source of income. Bank, oil coy work is not sure anymore. I am so tired of all these hustle.

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  21. What about satchet water and bottle water?

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  22. Pos is the worst. I started it in my complex. We are now more than 7 doing it. They have bastardized the biz. Pos is now on every street,any kiosk and even aboki dey do am

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  23. Salon, POS, catering, events planning, make up and gele, provision store, etc.
    One lady on my street started a crayfish, egusi and ogbono business. She also had a manual grinder if you want it blended. I was happy for her because it was a first and people were really patronizing her. That was two months ago. As at this morning, I saw about three other people doing the same business, same style and not far from the woman.
    Humans!

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  24. I saw it in Enugu. Hotels full everywhere now. Everyone wants to own a hotel. Just the word that "money dey am", people go borrow start.

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  25. Lol. You won join the trend ? Of what we are discussing here?

    Uber business is good , ensure you get a good car.

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