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When a bank asks you to do the near impossible.
Author: Ifedigbo Nze Sylva | September 29, 2008
Banks currently are the greatest employers of labour and the best paying job one could find in Nigeria today. With their branches springing up like churches... (3) Comment


 
   

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OMOTAYO, J. A.    Lagos, NIGERIA    October 14, 2008
Mr Tony Mustaph may probably not have had of the word "History", and if he had, he probably did not know why people study it even up to university.

I would advise him to visit the closest higher institution in his place and ask history lecturers the relevance of the course. When he gets his answer, then we can continue to exchange ideas.

God bless Nigeria
Tony Mustaph    london, UK    October 09, 2008
Lol. Omotayo, your hatred for OBJ is legendary!!! As far you are concern, the only problem in Nigeria is Obasanjo. Omotoya let me remind you of one of the speech written for IBB "history will never forgive you for not making decision". OBJ administration was focus, discisive and competent.

That is not what we can say about your Yaradua who you love so much.

The fact of the matter is Yaradua is a sick man and he can not handle the job. Omotayo, how long can you blame others for the problems you can solve?? There is till no power!
OMOTAYO, J. A.    Lagos, NIGERIA    October 03, 2008
Take heart Mr. Ifedigbo Nze Sylva. Tell your colleagues too to take heart. It is very difficult to help the situation now. Eight years (i.e. 1999 to 2007) of economic war against Nigeria saw almost all local textile industries liquidated, 128 banks reduced to just 24, two giant tyre makers stopped production, car assembly in Kaduna down, vegetable oil companies vanished, etc.

It is impossible to impose policies that negate production and still expect vacancies to flourish.

How can the same CBN that caused the fund raising race to start through unwarranted N25 billion recapitalization turned "Consolidation" policy now turn around and stop the banks from pursuing this dirty game? It is just not possible.

I have written and commented many times that pseudo-technocrats and rote professors would kill this country. They have killed all the infrastructures. They are now killing the institutions. In the end, Nigeria may become a banana republic, unable to fend for her citizens.

God forbid that we get to this stage before Mr. Yar'Adua begins to flush out the remnants of the retrogressive elements inherited from Mr. Obasanjo's era now serving in his government.

God bless Nigeria.
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