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    The coming of Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg to Nigeria place the spotlight on Nigeria's software industry. What is the future of software development on the Nigerian Economy? Can our Economy be IT driven? What is Nigeria missing in terms of IT?

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    How is their call rates compared to others? How is their mobile data plans? Is it worth the money or it just blazes your money and data easily? How is their network in your area? Is there voice clarity during calls?

    Please share your views.

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    How is their call rates compared to others? How is their mobile data plans? Is it worth the money or it just blazes your money and data easily? How is their network in your area? Is there voice clarity during calls?

    Please share your views.

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    How is their call rates compared to others? How is their mobile data plans? Is it worth the money or it just blazes your money and data easily? How is their network in your area? Is there voice clarity during calls?

    Please share your views.

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    Why can't we have a viable Rail Transport System that'll criss-cross the nooks and cranny of this country.?

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    Do you partake in the MMM Business? If yes share your experiences given the recent warning of Nigerians by SEC. In MMM language, have you provided help, but help was far from you when you needed help?

    UPDATE

    Is MMM Real?

    CBN Warns Nigerians about MMM, says it's Wonder Bank

    The Central Bank of Nigeria has reiterated it's call to Nigerians not to patronise Quick Money Schemes or Wonder Bank as it called it. This is coming on the heels of the current trending topic in Nigeria currently in this time of recession and economic downturns. Nigerians have dived deeply into the money helping network called MMM. The scheme boasts to return 30% invested within a short period of time, 4 weeks to be precise.
    It is definitely a High Yield Investment Program shortened as HYIP.

    So many have called it a PONZI scheme with a business model that is not sustainable. It uses investor deposits to pay others willing to cash out. Many now exercise the fear of what happens when investments fail to come in?

    According to Punch NG, "Central Bank of Nigeria on Monday warned Nigerians against patronising what it called ‘wonder banks’, stating that their activities were not regulated by it.
    The Head, Consumer Protection Department, CBN, Hajiya Kadija Kassim, stated this during a mentoring programme for students of the Government Secondary School, Suleja, Niger State.
    The apex bank’s warning is coming at a time when the huge unemployment situation in the country is making a lot of people to take interest in an online investment scheme tagged: ‘MMM Federal Republic of Nigeria (nigeria.mmm.net)’.

    She said, “We have heard about the activities of MMM, but I want to warn you against it because they are wonder banks that are not regulated.

    Desist from their activities because they are fraudulent."

    It is now left if the CDN advice will be heeded by Nigerians who have found MMM to be a life saver during this time of harsh economic conditions Nigerians are faced with currently.

    Are you involved? Let us know.

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    Come to think of it, Nigeria is one of the most religious nation on earth, but poor and corrupt; why?

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    There was a recent uproar when a former UK Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on tape telling the Queen of England, that Nigeria is a fantastically corrupt country. What are your thought on this? Are we or are we not?

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    With the event's that just unfolded in Brazil, where Rouseff was impeached, and also the threats from Ghali Umar Na'aba's House of Representatives during Obasanjo's tenure; What will it take to impeach any Nigerian President?

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