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  • Re: Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays Post #209298
    Posted at: 8:00 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by bivins1. SMN . Joined: 26th October 2007. Thanked 141 times.

    hispy99;209296 wrote:
    no need to hide behind sofa...just send your Unilag sister my way to confirm :D:D:D
    kpagam
    But if mecatchcha catch you you go know say catch pass catch


  • Re: World Politics Post #209297
    Posted at: 7:55 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by hispy99. SMN Forum Moderator. Joined: 28th August 2007. Thanked 243 times.


  • Re: Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays Post #209296
    Posted at: 7:47 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by hispy99. SMN Forum Moderator. Joined: 28th August 2007. Thanked 243 times.

    mecatchcha;209295 wrote:
    Not at all. For all I care, Mercylicious might be my fellow man and am not gay.....

    Hispy, I no talk say you be gay oooooo.

    :behindsofa:

    no need to hide behind sofa...just send your Unilag sister my way to confirm :D:D:D


  • Re: Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays Post #209295
    Posted at: 7:19 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by mecatchcha. SMN . Joined: 19th November 2007. Thanked 4 times.

    pesadilla;209246 wrote:
    you wish you were HIMspy :D:D

    Not at all. For all I care, Mercylicious might be my fellow man and am not gay.....

    Hispy, I no talk say you be gay oooooo.

    :behindsofa:


  • Re: Fidelity Bank Post #209294
    Posted at: 6:42 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by Dicobody. SMN . Joined: 21st September 2009. Thanked 23 times.

    Vincenta11;209293 wrote:
    I've really not understood CLOSURE dates of more than one day.

    Like Fidelity that has its as 14th-18th April, when will it be marked down?

    the mark down was 14th April.usually qualification date for any coperate action is the last trading day before closure


  • Re: Fidelity Bank Post #209293
    Posted at: 6:07 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by Vincenta11. SMN . Joined: 5th December 2008. Thanked 6 times.

    I've really not understood CLOSURE dates of more than one day.

    Like Fidelity that has its as 14th-18th April, when will it be marked down?


  • Re: Seplat Petroleum Dev. Company Post #209292
    Posted at: 6:01 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by bivins1. SMN . Joined: 26th October 2007. Thanked 141 times.

    paddylo;209290 wrote:
    That Morgan Capital analyst is ....well lets just say He/She needs their analyst pass revoked...:cool:

    Sir Paddylo this thing is not even flying because of the NSE law that restricts it to 5 per cent daily until after 6 months .
    Well there is nothing wrong if one does not know and says so . There is everything wrong when you do not know and go on like you know . Its a matter of time and you will be found out .
    SEPLAT PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PLC ORD NGN0.50 (DI) - London Stock Exchange


  • Re: Seplat Petroleum Dev. Company Post #209291
    Posted at: 5:58 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by hispy99. SMN Forum Moderator. Joined: 28th August 2007. Thanked 243 times.

    paddylo;209290 wrote:
    That Morgan Capital analyst is ....well lets just say He/She needs their analyst pass revoked...:cool:

    haba...it's still early days. I am waiting at N176 junction to buy my 200 units


  • Re: Seplat Petroleum Dev. Company Post #209290
    Posted at: 5:52 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by paddylo. SMN . Joined: 25th October 2010. Thanked 80 times.

    That Morgan Capital analyst is ....well lets just say He/She needs their analyst pass revoked...:cool:


  • Re: Zenith Bank Post #209289
    Posted at: 5:51 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by duduspace. SMN . Joined: 13th February 2007. Thanked 81 times.

    I have just sent a stinker to Veritas registrar for my Zenith bank dividend after going through my emails and discovering that I had to send a similar email to them last year before they payed my e-dividend for the last financial year.
    I don't believe its anything to do with GTB any more as I'm sure those banking with GTB have received theirs by now.


  • Re: Trans-Nationwide Express Plc Post #209288
    Posted at: 5:47 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by oyo. SMN . Joined: 6th January 2013. Thanked 28 times.


    It appears this coy needs more cash injection, and might be coming to tbe market, which hsd been in the pipeline from the days of intercontinental Bank, shortly before the 2008 market crash.

    Area Father, abi nah this one?:)


  • Re: Trans-Nationwide Express Plc Post #209287
    Posted at: 5:30 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by Dicobody. SMN . Joined: 21st September 2009. Thanked 23 times.


  • Re: GTBank Post #209286
    Posted at: 5:29 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by oyo. SMN . Joined: 6th January 2013. Thanked 28 times.


  • Re: State of the Nation Post #209285
    Posted at: 5:17 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by paddylo. SMN . Joined: 25th October 2010. Thanked 80 times.

    afolabi27;209281 wrote:
    ...My Oga, what are you actually saying here? What's the alternative to irresponsible politicians across the political parties? If the generation of the kids in the North have failed, must they hold to ransom the remaining generations in the South?

    You know too well the problem with "if" statements, you've assumed shared values of hard work in the absence of any incentive caused by pain (or gain).

    I do not cry for break up, neither will I criticize those who do, we must reach a point where we acknowledge what's not working and we set a definite correction. Someone said insanity is doing the same thing again and again and hoping for a different result. (Hope is not a strategy by the way)

    What about confederation again? stronger regions and a weak centre?

    As recently as 1910 there were race riots all across the USA leading to several lynchings of black people just because a black man (Jack Johnson) beat a white man in the boxing ring.

    From WIKIPEDIA

    "The outcome of the fight triggered race riots that evening—the Fourth of July—all across the United States, from Texas and Colorado to New York and Washington, D.C. Johnson's victory over Jeffries had dashed white dreams of finding a "great white hope" to defeat him. Many whites felt humiliated by the defeat of Jeffries.
    In all, riots occurred in more than 25 states and 50 cities. Twenty people were killed across America from the riots, and hundreds more were injured
    "

    In 1910 the USA's GDP was about $320 billion, less than Nigeria;s GDP today.

    However that nation USA (which lots of Nigerians love to run to and hold up as the ideal), has managed to overcome their long dreadful history (of slavery, lynchings, etc) to become the largest economy in the world at over $18 trillion today.

    My point is that 1960 to date, a mere 54 years is not enough time to adequately tackle the ills bedeveling Nigeria, especially since we really only began in 1999.

    We must commit to building up the nation with sacrifice from all. Our greatest problem is the old guard of politicians, your Atikus, Buharis, Babangidas, Obasanjos, who do not realise that Nigeria has moved on, however they continue to want to keep it under their influence.

    I tell you that if Nigerians were not more united these killings would have triggered something worse. However i dont care if you are hausa or yoruba, all i care for is your competence.

    I suspect majority of Nigerians feel the same way.

    So you say doing the same thing over and over?, Well i say we have not tried enough. Great Countries are built by sweat and sometimes blood. From China to India to Japan and the USA.

    While there are some avoidable own goals on our part, in the end we must not despair.

    I think that is all i will say on this matter cause i believe SMN Forum is for making money and i like to keep politics and other issues to the barest minimum...cheers.


  • Re: State of the Nation Post #209284
    Posted at: 5:02 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by migiets. SMN . Joined: 1st March 2008. Thanked 129 times.

    paddylo;209272 wrote:
    In a 21st century of big ideas i am surprised that people still think small.

    Nigeria is the last refuge for the black man. The people will not be served by these constant talk of breaking the country. It will only create poverty and chaos in a world where economic spheres of infuence is detremined by size.

    India, Indonesia, Russia, China, Mexico, Colombia, Turkey, Thailand etc these countries have at this present time worse and more deadly violence than Nigeria, yet people expect us to believe that breaking the nation is the answer.


    We are a $500 billion economy heading to the $1 trillion club. Our problem if i dare say so is irresponsible politicians amidst a failed generation of kids in the North.

    The solution is not easy, however Germany after World war 2 was not easy, or South Korea or any advanced country we aspire to be like.

    If we decide to work hard to solve this problem then maybe in 10 - 20 years we can be a super power, the first black super power nation in the modern world.

    If not, then maybe we deserve to be called less than human by those that despise the color of our skin, from US to Europe, Asia and the Arab world

    A big country like Nigeria has a big advantage but in a situation whereby some people or a section of the country does not not believe in the same idea, then is it not better to let them go on their own and implement whatever they want to implement instead of dragging other sections of the country backwards or trying to force them into adopting their own beliefs?. A Minister of Education in this country once said that a section of the country should stop education for some years so that another section of the country can catch up with them since the gap is much. Just imagine such a talk from a so-called Professor and somebody tells me to remain in the same country with such a person and follow him to be thinking backwards.


  • Re: Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays Post #209283
    Posted at: 4:57 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by hispy99. SMN Forum Moderator. Joined: 28th August 2007. Thanked 243 times.

    mecatchcha;209244 wrote:
    hmm. Holiday for 2, belle for 1!!!!!!!

    mogbe :eek:


  • Re: Seplat Petroleum Dev. Company Post #209282
    Posted at: 4:55 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by hispy99. SMN Forum Moderator. Joined: 28th August 2007. Thanked 243 times.

    Woske;209266 wrote:
    Which other research analyst is covering this stock besides Rencap? I'm interested in hearing another opinion besides that of the bookrunner to the IPO...
    wanaj0;209269 wrote:
    ARM, IBTC, Afrinvest.

    That said, will take whatever they say with a pinch of salt. Most are clueless about the upstream oil and gas industry.

    Morgan Capital :behindsofa::behindsofa:


  • Re: State of the Nation Post #209281
    Posted at: 4:34 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by afolabi27. SMN . Joined: 26th July 2009. Thanked 40 times.

    paddylo;209272 wrote:
    In a 21st century of big ideas i am surprised that people still think small.

    Nigeria is the last refuge for the black man. The people will not be served by these constant talk of breaking the country. It will only create poverty and chaos in a world where economic spheres of infuence is detremined by size.

    India, Indonesia, Russia, China, Mexico, Colombia, Turkey, Thailand etc these countries have at this present time worse and more deadly violence than Nigeria, yet people expect us to believe that breaking the nation is the answer.

    We are a $500 billion economy heading to the $1 trillion club. Our problem if i dare say so is irresponsible politicians amidst a failed generation of kids in the North.

    The solution is not easy, however Germany after World war 2 was not easy, or South Korea or any advanced country we aspire to be like.

    If we decide to work hard to solve this problem then maybe in 10 - 20 years we can be a super power, the first black super power nation in the modern world.

    If not, then maybe we deserve to be called less than human by those that despise the color of our skin, from US to Europe, Asia and the Arab world

    ...My Oga, what are you actually saying here? What's the alternative to irresponsible politicians across the political parties? If the generation of the kids in the North have failed, must they hold to ransom the remaining generations in the South?

    You know too well the problem with "if" statements, you've assumed shared values of hard work in the absence of any incentive caused by pain (or gain).

    I do not cry for break up, neither will I criticize those who do, we must reach a point where we acknowledge what's not working and we set a definite correction. Someone said insanity is doing the same thing again and again and hoping for a different result. (Hope is not a strategy by the way)

    What about confederation again? stronger regions and a weak centre?


  • Re: State of the Nation Post #209280
    Posted at: 4:20 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by bivins1. SMN . Joined: 26th October 2007. Thanked 141 times.


  • Re: Breaking News!!!!!!!!!! Post #209279
    Posted at: 4:18 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by nosa2. SMN . Joined: 23rd October 2008. Thanked 238 times.

    paddylo;209270 wrote:
    You are wrong actually and it is the other way around.

    Keeping the fuel subsidy means the Govt can pay spurious and elevated fraudulent subsidy claims to its cronies to fund elections.

    Removing the subsidy means any fuel marketer can import and sell petroleum products at market prices without the need for PPPRA, PEF and other corruption inducing entities.

    I dont know why you people feel Govt should set price of petrol.

    How about Govt setting price of food, Airline tickets, cement, beer, houserent, toilet paper.etc, why not lets go the whole nine yards and see how slippery this slope is..:cool:

    You're raising logical points in an emotional argument.


  • Re: Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays Post #209278
    Posted at: 4:15 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by bivins1. SMN . Joined: 26th October 2007. Thanked 141 times.

    mercylicious;209241 wrote:
    Singing-holiday is coming(twice), no more..., no more teachers wipe, gud bye teachers, good bye scholars, am I am going to my darling, holiday. My darling , holiday!
    Sweetheart, where are we spending the holiday? Just you and me in the bahamas or even trinidad and tobego.
    Luv u Hispy!

    Sir Hispy you never talk how much you deposit ooo. Its either 1 litre of palm wine or 1million barrel of crude oil . Na to open another thread on how to make a woman love you like mercy remain. mademoiselle Mercy I hail ooo. This is no ordinary love. Nwantiti


  • Re: State of the Nation Post #209277
    Posted at: 4:02 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by bivins1. SMN . Joined: 26th October 2007. Thanked 141 times.

    A 60 second clip of the nyanya park bombing. Please be warned that its very graphic and discretion is advised . If this does not move anybody , nothing will.
    May the souls of the dead rest in perfect peace
    http://www.gurusloaded.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Gurusloaded.com_Video-Of-Abuja-Bomb-Blast.mp4


  • Re: GTBank Post #209276
    Posted at: 4:00 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by baotoghile. SMN . Joined: 20th October 2007. Thanked 91 times.


  • Re: State of the Nation Post #209275
    Posted at: 3:59 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by gbengus. SMN . Joined: 30th October 2010. Thanked 28 times.

    paddylo;209272 wrote:
    In a 21st century of big ideas i am surprised that people still think small.

    Nigeria is the last refuge for the black man. The people will not be served by these constant talk of breaking the country. It will only create poverty and chaos in a world where economic spheres of infuence is detremined by size.

    India, Indonesia, Russia, China, Mexico, Colombia, Turkey, Thailand etc these countries have at this present time worse and more deadly violence than Nigeria, yet people expect us to believe that breaking the nation is the answer.

    We are a $500 billion economy heading to the $1 trillion club. Our problem if i dare say so is irresponsible politicians amidst a failed generation of kids in the North.

    The solution is not easy, however Germany after World war 2 was not easy, or South Korea or any advanced country we aspire to be like.

    If we decide to work hard to solve this problem then maybe in 10 - 20 years we can be a super power, the first black super power nation in the modern world.

    If not, then maybe we deserve to be called less than human by those that despise the color of our skin, from US to Europe, Asia and the Arab world
    Gbam, well said sir.


  • Re: State of the Nation Post #209274
    Posted at: 3:33 pm, 16th Apr 2014
    by Babs_O. SMN . Joined: 11th December 2007. Thanked 18 times.

    paddylo;209272 wrote:
    In a 21st century of big ideas i am surprised that people still think small.

    Nigeria is the last refuge for the black man. The people will not be served by these constant talk of breaking the country. It will only create poverty and chaos in a world where economic spheres of infuence is detremined by size.

    India, Indonesia, Russia, China, Mexico, Colombia, Turkey, Thailand etc these countries have at this present time worse and more deadly violence than Nigeria, yet people expect us to believe that breaking the nation is the answer.

    We are a $500 billion economy heading to the $1 trillion club. Our problem if i dare say so is irresponsible politicians amidst a failed generation of kids in the North.

    The solution is not easy, however Germany after World war 2 was not easy, or South Korea or any advanced country we aspire to be like.

    If we decide to work hard to solve this problem then maybe in 10 - 20 years we can be a super power, the first black super power nation in the modern world.

    If not, then maybe we deserve to be called less than human by those that despise the color of our skin, from US to Europe, Asia and the Arab world

    Abeg tell them.
    However it seems Ghana is trying to take that spot of Last refuge for the African Man. (North Africa is offen seen as part of middle east. Just don't feel like using black man. Prefer use of African man)


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