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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post

 



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    1. Oga! No problem, we are to deliver 6boxes of special pizza, 2breakfast trays tomorrow morning by 9am. Juice production is today,2bags of oranges should be juiced before 11am. While at it remember to get chickens, get them killed, marinated and ready for the day. We almost forgot meat too. Oh! One more thing we have two birthday cake orders which just got in,to be delivered in 24hrs. Lastly, we are short of staff. 2called in sick. Oga, if you can handle all these and more unforseen circumstances, I'll gladly step down as the CEO for you let me rest.

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    2. Hell NO... That head of the 'Family' Anthem should remain at home o, when it comes to business please we maintain our lanes to avoid disrespect, lazyness, Emotional blackmail, you name them.. Abeg NO!

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    3. No thanks. This is business not family or love affair

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    4. Yes. If he is better at the job than I am.

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  2. I can make him a director, Chief Financial advisor, General Manager etc.
    Unless I just decide to step down out of my own free will BUT not because of his Ego after all I built my company from scratch abi?

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    1. Your reasons are legit,i mean,.. What if he doesn't know jack about my business.
      You just don't wake up and' voilΓ  ',you' re a CEO of a company..there are processes to these things pls.
      He could start from a lesser position, whilst learning and then get promoted as time goes on.
      A Man(in every sense of the word) won't even agree to such a thing, much less suggest it.
      I could never ask for such, why should he?

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  3. We can work together. I won't step down, knowing the kind of person he is, he won't even agree to such.

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  4. Why would I want to do that???? Hey God???? The fact that this can be a topic for discussion shows what Nigerian women are really suffering in marriage.

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  5. Mscheeew πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  6. I am here to confirm something I was told recently. Let me see how true it is.

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  7. Yes! I would even let him be the CEO before he lost his job.

    Why would my husband be an employee when I am the CEO of a company?

    He deserves to be respected.

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  8. No. This is where we get it wrong! A man's authority is not in how much he earns or his position in society. That is like watering down his worth. I submit to my husband because he is the Head of my home and I greatly value his guidance, advice and his love for his family. If I own a specialised medical facility. Will my husband who is an archaeologist fit in that role? If he loses his job, we will deliberate on what direction we should take, together, and I will fully support. It is not a competition.

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    1. Thank you. This pitting of one gender against the other is tiring. 😀😣

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    2. Beautifully written
      He is the head yes, but what if he knows nothing about the business.
      Moreover he can be something else, a position that fits certification.

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  9. My husband and I invest together, have accounts together.. So?
    Yes
    Yes😍😍😍😍😍😍

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  10. No ooo.
    Business Partners yes.

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  11. Dante let's meet at a roof top bar so we can read the comments together 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  12. I don’t have to. If he want to work with me, I’ll definitely create space for him, but not step down

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  13. What happens to working together?? Must I step down for him to run the company alone?

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  14. My mother would probably say YES!

    For my husband i would say NO if i dare in 6months I and my children would be begging on the streets because he would buy the choicest of cars and have the choicest of women he will pay a guge service to the God of phallus to the detriment of his entire family!

    I no try am!

    I'd be DEAD

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  15. No. We can work together or we figure out what he can do on his own.

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  16. BITCHandSLUT.com22 April 2021 at 18:30

    Not stepping down.

    Can make him something something in my company.

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  17. I won't step down. Does he know the rudiments of the business? Was he running it with me all this while? Best bet is to give him a job in the company. Make e no go run business down because of naivety.

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  18. No
    This is because he may not be knowledgeable about my company's business and therefore can not function properly as the CEO. Instead, we use our connections to he him something better to do or manage.

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  19. He might run down the company who knows??? So NO.

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  20. Step down even if he doesn't know the buisness. It's not advisable to mix buisnes with family otherwise we'd both be poor in no time.

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    1. Even if he knows the business, why should I hand over my business to him?

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  21. Yes. While I earn equal salary with him staying at home. Sense will not kee me

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  22. If he is so good in the business, extremely good, why not? I will. But we will still work hand in hand, while I use part of my time, to look after the kids

    It all comes down to how trust worthy he is, and how good he is to us

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  23. If he has the qualifications and experience needed.If not I just make him a non executive director and pay him salaries and dividends.

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  24. I would rather he becomes chairman and I continue to be CEO if he is not qualified.

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  25. Lmao I should step down from my business I built probably with sweat, tears and blood just to assuage a man’s ego? No ❤️
    My earning more money or his being jobless shouldn’t make him less of a man

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    1. The thing no tire u??? Women have suffered sha for this to even be a discussion.

      As if the man will step down for u if u lose ur own job

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  26. Yes I can but I ll handle the financial aspect of the company

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  27. Never ever ever.....he wont do the same for me so why should i

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  28. My husband won't accept such. Because he knows i am good at the job. He would rather find something else to do.

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  29. Business and pleasure don't mix. He is "head" at home only. If he is out of job, he should go search for another or start one. Although, he can play an advisory role or at most, non-executive director role. Which one be step down, mbok?

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  30. I will not step down but rather make him board of director. Is possible he may nit be conversant with the business or not good at what my company is doing, training to make hom better.

    Las las all depends on how loyal he gas been to the union and the whole family all along and how supportive he has been.

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  31. Nope, I must have been a rookie at the job, if l have to step down, rather l would create a department for him to bring his sabi on board.....and then expand.

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  32. My answer is no. Why should I step down from a company I built? Does he have the skill set to run the business adequately?

    Even if he did, why would he want to be CEO of my company? I'll rather encourage him to build his own business.

    Highest I can do is give him a non executive director position and that is only IF he has the required qualifications.

    Wait, do you guys even know what a real CEO role entails? It's not owner of one small business o.

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  33. Ceaser is typing message for tomorrow spontaneous on this topic.

    Dante is coming for women on this topic πŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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  34. Why????? Because I'm the one that made him out of job? I am not understanding biko

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  35. We'll run the company together. we both want to success

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  36. No. I am sure there will be other roles in the company best suited for his skills or a job someone else.

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  37. No, he should search for another job or think of what business to do,will help out with finances

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  38. I'm a man.... it's a very wrong move for any woman to do so no matter how much you love and trust your man.

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  39. No.
    I will use my connection to get him another job, period..

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  40. Know it is not all the job women do that suits a man.
    I will support him to start up something while helping him to get a job.
    Why I wish to marry an ambitious and hardworking man.
    Lazy man turns me off.

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  41. Hmmmm..A big No. The man I'm dating now lavished #500,000 within a week and still begging me for money. I don't ever have when it comes to men.

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    1. BETTER RUN AWYAY

      YOU ARE HIS PAYMASTER

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  42. Maybe as Elizabeth would have allowed Phillip be King? Who thinks like that ahn ahn. What sort of husband will even assume such should happen

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    1. If Elizabeth was a Nigerian woman, Philip probably would’ve been King πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†. All Philip needed to do would be to just mention “marriage” and she will hand him the keys to the kingdom and even the ones to the neighboring kingdom if possible.

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  43. So that one day he will be like.....you sit at home doing nothing and am there working my ass out just to take care of the family

    Mbanu

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  44. No would only employ him in a high position

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  45. I see alot of women saying, if he is soo good. Please if he is soo good and smart what stopped from starting his own goddamn business in the first place?

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  46. No but if there’s any position in the company that he’s qualified for, he’s welcome to do it and get paid for it.

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  47. No, I wont.

    There is no sentiments in business.

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