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  • in reply to: DECENT GIRL #10541

    Aezolase
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    I’m just curious here. In what way can you refer to a lady as decent? Is it by looks, attitude or dressing?

    Looks and Dressing has nothing to do with morality

    Dressing can only be termed indecent when it doesn’t correlate with the occasion. So the question is, who is a decent lady??

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  • in reply to: Work Experience #10296

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    Looking for someone with work experience is okay, and I think the reason why most employers use such lengthy experiences is to curtail the rate of applications from potential applicants, which is not supposed to be so. You want young people in your company and you are demanding such post NYSC years of experience, how is that possible?

     

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  • Aezolase
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    What do we place premium on? Is it education or entertainment??

    Who would wanna give in to books just to receive a hundred thousand naira as the vice chancellors price for the best graduating student while the winner of BBN goes away with a brand new SUV, endorsement deals and a whooping sum of 25 million naira??

    Politicians bag millions of naira, while professors have to go on strike before being paid their benefits.

    So who are we to blame??

    The students or the lecturers?

    It’s high time we stop blaming the system or individuals and just focus on developing ourselves.

    The system is bad…. But do you have to capitalize on it for being bad as well??

    Bill Gates said and I quote “if you are born poor, it is not your fault. But if you stay poor, it is your fault.” So would you develop yourself or be termed as half baked??

    You have books to read, phones to go online and make research, you can use YouTube to watch lessons, practical lessons. So why complain?? Wake up bro and sis. Don’t be a lazy Nigerian youth

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  • in reply to: SORRY #9908

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    If there is one thing I know about forgiveness, it is the fact that it aids healing. How could you heal if you don’t get to forgive someone that offended you? So just as @chinasa mentioned… Receiving Sorry from someone that offends you means you are open to accept the faults of others and strong enough to show forgiveness.

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  • in reply to: Reviewers, read this first! #9895

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    No @adminguy, I’m not encountering such problem, points have been awarded for all the posts I have reviewed so far

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  • in reply to: ASSUMPTION #9857

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    @adebulu, since you know you are not proud, and you feel they think or see you as someone who has pride (which is an assumption also), then why not break the jinx?? I mean you can walk up to them, initiate a conversation, that way, you all will clear yourselves about your thoughts.

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  • in reply to: Bad Habits Of Religious Faithfuls #9855

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    Only God can answer that question of why their children do go rogue, because even with the best possible care and attention, some don’t just turn out to be good just as other people’s children. The men of God are human beings as well, they do sin on their own, so we shouldn’t just expect their children to be saints.

    I wanna take this issue of neglect in a different angle

    Dr. Neils Bronnum, the founder of Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria (LCCN)  lost his wife on his quest to bring the Lutheran Gospel to Numan, Adamawa State. His Pregnant wife gave birth while on the journey and died. He called home for his relatives to pick up the child and the dead body of his wife and go back to Denmark while he continued his journey to the then Gongola (Adamawa) State. He didn’t allow that hinder him, and today, we have LCCN because of his sacrifice. So if I may ask, could that be neglect? Having continued his journey despite having a dead wife and a newly born baby?

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  • in reply to: Correct With Love #9853

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    When I was serving in Kaduna, I punished a student for not copying notes. That student got mad at me, it was so obvious that he doesn’t even great me outside school.

    I was passing by sometime when I heard the boy asking for a pen, I called him and gave it to him. He collected and used it. When he was done, he brought it back to me at the staff room and I asked him to hold it. It wasn’t long before he started apologizing for his actions towards me because I punished him for not copying notes. I was filled with emotions, I thought to myself….. Was it because I gave him a pen? But then, I realized he was actually caught up with the love I showed to him despite his attitude towards me. There and then, we became friends. I’m done serving and no longer in Kaduna state, but the boy calls me till date to greet me.

    That’s the power of love

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  • in reply to: Examiners And Malpractices #9851

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    Lol, I did learn my lesson as well @samson. I would go for any exam with proper preparation knowing I won’t just fail without “expo” now, I guess that’s maturity and having to know my worth as an individual. And just so you know, I’m not supporting the use of exposes, I just said I would reason with the examiner if he would have to be soft on the students, because I was there also, lol

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  • in reply to: Examiners And Malpractices #9846

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    I participated actively in exam malpractice during my O’level because I felt I would have my self to blame if I should fail any subject. It wasn’t as if I didn’t read for the exams, but then, having thought of all the years I spent, just to come and fail WAEC, I had to participate.

    Yeah, I passed and today I’m doing exceptionally good in life. But then, I’m not saying that is good, it’s not.

    I will be bias if I should say the examiners should stand their ground, because if they did, maybe I would have failed subjects as Mathematics and Physics, which I would have to write again…. And only God knows what is gonna happen afterwards.

    But then, there’s no reason whatsoever to justify bad deeds. Just as there’s never a reason to face a problem with violence.

    Supporting malpractice will make our educational system go down…. But then, I was once there, and I know how it feels. So I would understand if the examiner will have to free the students a little

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  • in reply to: The Power Of One #9845

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    “Who do you think you are? Many people have tried and failed, do you think you will be the one to change everything?”  That’s the negative criticism and discouraging words you receive from people when you feel you wanna make a difference. But that shouldn’t weigh you down, just do you.

    Don’t feel your effort is little, don’t feel your effort will go unnoticed. Don’t say you are single, you can’t make a difference in changing the world. If everyone would do just as you think, the world would be as deadly as hell today.

    If each single person from the billions of people in the world would do just one good thing, imagine how great the world would be. So bro/sister, no good deeds go unnoticed, so also the bad. Just play your part and be honest to yourself

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  • in reply to: SMOOTH COURTCHIP, ROUGH MARRIAGE #9814

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    When you want something, you make all efforts to achieve that, you tend to act on your best behaviors, and things like that. But you become reluctant after having it. That is applicable to courtship and marriage

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  • in reply to: SITE IMPROVEMENT – LIKE/DISLIKE BUTTON #9726

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    In addition to what @adminguy said, you can click on your profile, go to your replies created, you would see a highlighted reply which shows you the post marks has been awarded to

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  • in reply to: THE CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS RIGHT POLICY #9725

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    In business, there is what is referred to as “customer relationship” it means trying to make sure your customer enjoys your services. Your customer might have used abusive words on you, but that’s the best medium to get to him. Calm him down, let him know how you cope with the work and the stress involved in doing so. I believe he is going to reason with you.

    But you getting angry and telling him to go and do it somewhere is not right. What if he has plans of bringing his friends to you? he might go as far as telling other people how bad your services are, even though you are trying your best.

    Yes, i know there are some killer customers that you need to let go, but you shouldn’t just do that without trying to talk to them. When you talk to them and there is nothing  good coming out of it, you can politely ask them to look for somewhere else, instead of angrily sending them away.

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  • in reply to: Buhari For Second Term #10297

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    Okay…. You haven’t seen the right candidate to vote, as such you won’t vote. That’s impressive

    But among the two candidates, is there anyone with more good deeds than the other??

    One thing you should know is that corruption isn’t just from the government. It encompasses everyone.

    What if a candidate of your choice declares to run in another party? Even if he is not going to win, don’t you think it’s better you vote him so you know you voted for the right person??

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