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Thursday, February 27, 2020

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  1. So glad the narrative is changing.

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    1. IELTS is showing us who is who. Girls with brain are winning and escaping from the shithole country

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    2. Love you Pastor Blessing, God bless them all, including me 😉.

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    3. Anon 16:54 just confirm your foolishness once again with another ignorant comment. How do you make meaning out of this meaningless comment of yours?

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    4. 19.30 real foolishness I tell you.

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    5. ChairWomen!

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  2. I promise you a lot of Nigerian girls are hearing these names and seeing these faces for the first time.
    But talk about "reality stars" and who f8ked in the big f8k houses even ten years ago, and they will chant them and tell you the names of all the housemates. 😏😏😏😏

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    1. Their husbands are most likely the sponsors of the baby girls for life association. Just saying

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    2. The question is, which blogger posts these women as celebrities?
      Those that they chose to celebrate are those ones that go nude and have sex tapes.

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  3. Is Mr. Nwigwe no longer in Access?

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  4. Slay queens are typing...... fast

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  5. Will they see it? Yes.
    Will they follow their footsteps? No.
    All 'em lazy hungry Nigerian girls will be roaming around looking for a man to pay their bills. Bunch of lazy broke crazy ass bitches is what we have.

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    1. The way some of you generalise is disheartening .
      Didnt you see the 19 year old that would rather sell pure water to purchase her books than sleep with a man isnt she a nigerian girl?

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    2. @Chocolate, she said all the lazy Nigerian girls. The person you wrote about is not in that category cos you described her in a hardworking way.

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  6. Some one might say-they got it through connection, but do your checks first before running to that conclusion.
    It is never easy at the top. The pressure to stay relevant. You must truly have something exceptionally relevant to offer, for you to retain positions as such. Its not just about having the money. If it were that, of course there are positions for non-executive dirctors.
    But to be a relevant frontliner? Think again.

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  7. Wow i love this. I'v always loved Banking, Mrs Awosika is someone iv always looked up to.
    Can see Toolz mother in-law too, na this kind mother inlaw make sense not those type you read in chronicles that will be blackmailing the wife for money. These ones are too busy. hahahahahaha

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Abi o. Captain for no even fit marry any of the slay queens. What will mama and the babe be discussing when they meet?

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    2. Wait; that's Tunde's mom?

      But social media people said Toolz paid for his pilot career. Where was his mama?

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    3. Mother in-law to sure. This one won't even have time for the daughter in-law sef.

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    4. 16.20 Which social media said so. First time im hearing of this. Someone that his mother worked in CBN for decades b4 retiring from public service.

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    5. Chai people will just cook up mumu stories.Pls forget about his moms career in CBN and read about Dr Harold Demuren before you believe Toolz paid any mumu money for anyone’s pilot
      career.The problem with our youths is that they are very gullible and do not investigate every story.

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  8. Young children as a whole should see and also be taught about great people that have made positive impact in the society and world.

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    1. Na real Jane Mena should take note..... Always doing the most on IG 😏😏😕😶

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  10. People achieve success from different vocations. Beyonce is super successful yet she post naked pictures. The kardashian klan are mega rich yet they are Internet junkies.

    Find you, work hard on it and slay doing it. Whatever slay means to and for you it's fine. Everybody must not be book smart.

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    1. President of slay queen speaking
      well done ma (in falz voice)

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  11. Who are their fathers? Who are their husbands?

    None of them got where they are without the needed connections. #Fact

    So if you want your daughters to aspire to be like them, you the parent have to begin the groundwork

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    1. Connection can get you to the top but hardwork keeps you there .

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    2. Trust me they earned their position being investors of repute ..Free your mind from this terrible African mindset ..Or at least Look at it this way Their Husbands gave them enough support to get to the Top where has your bf or spouse done for you??

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    3. Your fathers name can only open the doors for you...But for you to get to the level these women are you need to be extraordinarily smart,hard-working and have tenacity.
      It's one thing for your father name to get you a job in the Bank;dat happens all the time. But rising through the ranks to chairman you have to have proven yourself. It's not beans.
      Bank that they sack anyhow. Don't perform and see if you will ever get to managerial level. It's a tough job.
      My first professional job i got it through my aunt,she was a Director. But after that she washed her hands off and even did like she doesn't know me in the company sef. If I didn't perform its my problem.



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    4. None of you get my point. Apart from their own work ethics, these women didn't get where they are without the right support, whether parents and/or husbands.

      So, apart from showing your daughters this picture, you the parents need to do your own work. You need to be someone who can fully equip your daughter with the right education, tools and connections where necessary.


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  12. God bless you 13:45. Success comes in different forms, the 3 most successful blogs in Africa are owned by women, women are succeeding in the medical sector, law, catering, fashion etc. Why all the pressure on women sef? I see Dangote's meme and it reads "Dangote's father was also a billionaire, he owned a private jet in his time blah blah blah" indirectly telling men not to pressure themselves, but it's different for women. We must be book smart, home smart, other room smart. Nawa God help us.

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  13. Ano 14:15 you have said it all, I believe in this our country every woman is hardworking, just that there is no job opportunities I hope there's no one that doesn't want to look good.

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  14. Chairperson is preferable to Chairman

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  15. Agreed they are well clothed. And young girls should take a cue. But I can tell you that some of these women are devil's in sheep's clothing that will never agree to mentor those young girls you are talking about to be like them. And because they are well clothed doesn't make them saints. I hope you know.(a little digression is allowed)

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    1. You know you didn't make sense abi?

      # drink cold water pls

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    2. I know Mrs Awosika mentors ladies. Some of these women like Mrs Awosika are in WimBiz. The only issue is that ladies who know of and participate in WimBiz are ladies from the upper class.

      Besides, i'm sure some of these women have had to deal with wolves in sheep coverings, i.e. women pretending to want to learn from them whereas they are actually planning to seduce their husbands.

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    3. Thanks Anon 17:32 for letting me the other side of things. You are right. As for you Anon 16:22, go and drink hot water because you sound very dumb and you seem like the type that thinks through their anus.

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    4. So you didn't even have any facts and were just speaking falsely, may God forgive people like you that promote lies under the cover of anonymity.

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    5. Sharap Anon 20:00, you cannot comprehend well. What Anon was trying to say was that some of these women might not like to mentor girls. And she might be right because I know one like that olodo.

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    6. You are obviously the anon that made that comment and you should be ashamed of yourself, next time learn to shut up than speculate FALSEHOOD.

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    7. 00.05 go and make a success of your life and mentor your own mentees, no one owes you jack. Entitlement mentality. Rubbish.

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  16. Women becoming chairmen in the bank is taboo.i can't work under women .

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    1. And you aspire to get to such a position one day? Smh

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    2. Don't work under women now, unfortunately for you. Women are heads of alot of industry. 4 out of my 5 bosses have been women.
      You better don't let your manly EGO truncate your destiny. What a nonsemse mindset. That's why your type will never grow.

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  17. I bet, most young ladies want to work. Since I graduated I've been looking for job up and down. No tangible job has come up. Please if u know how I can apply for jobs online pls do let me know

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