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Friday, April 16, 2021

Pomo From Madagascar?

 Some Nigerians now import even pomo into Nigeria? Oh Dear!





21 comments:

  1. We never see anything. People gathered at a kiosk yesterday with heated argument. When my amibo antenna was raised. I heard POS taskforce people are disturbing POS operators. Haaa. Oh God. Which one is POS taskforce again?. The small business an average man is using to survive. This government does not want to see it's citizens smile. All regulatory agencies are acting deaf and dumb. No regulation from anywhere. Go to the hospitals and see how people are battling one strange sickness and another. Baba God pass them

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    1. #StopKidnappingOurSchoolChildren Phoenix16 April 2021 at 10:12

      POS Taskforce?! Nothing wey Tinubu no go see for 69years 💁‍♀️💁‍♀️

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    2. One time I saw tax force officers stopping logistics riders.i was just shaking my head.

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    3. POS Operators really?what is that in the first place?...why would they allow people to do that? Isn't that for supermarket or small business owners...why would someone open a shop and be doing pos business...maka why?i think it's not right joor. My country is jusy too mcuh biko.

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    4. POS Task force 🥺
      Hah naija which way?!

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  2. May God help us ooo.
    Who knows the source,whether na horse pomo or donkey pomo.

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  3. The love of peppered soft pomo is the beginning of wisdom.

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  4. God have mercy oooooo, what has Nigeria turned on to?

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  5. I have stopped eating ponmo long ago,if ponmo dey hungry me chop I buy fresh cow leg or I chop fish

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    1. Thank you,i buy cow let now.

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  6. Chai! My country my country

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  7. Nna na wa, and my people here like ponmo like their existence depends on it. One even told me she'll rather eat ponmo everyday than eating meat, I just kept dey look her cos me I no get strength for argument as sabi argue well.

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  8. We import everything in this country,you name it,from toothpick,to rubber slippers!How do you now encourage the local manufacturers?

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  9. I wonder what people see in eating the very tasteless Kanda. Apart from chopping into tiny pieces to make vegetable soup or okra, what else is it used for? One of the most useless specie of meat. Well you people should compromise with eating cow leg which by far is better.

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