Why Do Nigerians Feel So Entitled

Why Do Nigerians Feel So Entitled

Whenever I'm in Nigeria and I'm traveling a long distance on public transport, one of my ultimate priorities is MY COMFORT. I sometimes go as far as paying for two seats, one for myself and the other seat for MY HANDBAG. I once paid for THREE seats on "God is Good motors", traveling from Benin to Lagos. One seat for me, one for my box and the other for my handbag.

I was traveling one day from Asaba to Abuja, I paid for two seats. I had a small box (handbag size) and my handbag. I kept my small box and handbag on one, and sat on the other. Then less than 30minutes into the journey, this woman with three children, all over the age of three, asked me if I could carry my box and handbag so that one of her children would seat there, because they wanted to sleep through the journey.

She had bought two seats, she carried one of the younger children, while the eldest carried the other. I couldn't process her request. Besides the tone that showed some entitlement; I payed for an extra seat to enable me hold my iPad comfortably and watch my movie through the journey, and you want me to give up a seat I paid for just so your child can sleep?

Since she knew her children were going to sleep, why didn't she make arrangements for them? Why do some Nigerians have children with the hope that everyone will have to inconvenience themselves for their children? The ONLY reason I don't have a child yet is because I want to be financially strong enough to give my children the type of life I want for them. You can't have dozens of children, and expect others to inconvenience themselves for you and your children.

This entitlement mentality stinks to high heavens.
Back to this woman with three children. She asked me if I had children of my own? She asked what I would do if I were in her shoes. I told her that I would buy seats for all my children, so we can all seat comfortably and sleep as much as we want. But what I wouldn't do is get into the car with the hope of inconveniencing another person for the lengthy period of the long journey.

Some Nigerian parents go into buses with three children, buy just one seat, and expect other passengers to inconvenience themselves for their children. If a nursing parent decides to travel with three children, the law of common sense states that you should make arrangements for seats for those three children.

I can have s£x today... or in a couple of days time (my ovu** lation period) and get preg *nant. But I'm not doing that because I'm not ready. Don't have s€x and put the burden of your se**xcapa*des on me. I read a blog post this morning and felt disgusted. A woman traveling with three children bought a seat in a commercial bus. She asked a woman, then a man, and they both refused to help her hold one. I do NOT blame them, I wouldn't hold your child for you for that length of time.

One of her children who was sick then threw up on the lady. Then the writer went ahead to blame the woman for refusing to hold one of the children for the mother. And for complaining so much about the vomit. He conveniently forgot that the man also refused. Why? You think she doesn't have the right to complain?

Why do Nigerians feel so entitled?
This whole stinking entitlement mentality that if you are with children, the whole world has to standstill for you is nauseating. If you are too poor to pay for three bus seats for three children, then you are probably too poor to have three children. Some Nigerians will have children, they expect their mothers or mothers in law to be the children's nanny, they expect their siblings to help pay the children's school fees, they expect passengers in a bus to inconvenience themselves to help hold their children, and if their children throw up on you, they expect you not to complain.

Apparently, they expect the whole world to stand at attention for their children.
If I have a child today, my child would be a Canadian citizen. The government would take partial responsibility. The primary and secondary education are settled. Worse case scenario, the child would be eligible for student loan for university education. BUT, I still do not have one because I want better.

But somewhere in Nigeria, a country with zero social security, someone with N50k salary married to a man with N100k salary is getting ready to have unprotected sx and get preg* nant for their 4th child. Stop inconveniencing others with your poverty and wrong decisions to have children that you can't take care of.

No one owes it to you to help you look after your children. Your children are YOUR RESPONSIBILITY, that's the reason you should have only the number you can take care of. Anyone who helps, is just doing you a favour. You are not entitled to it! No one owes you shit!
Whether It Is APC, APGA, KOWA, PDP, PRP They Will Go Out and Vote,

Whether It Is APC, APGA, KOWA, PDP, PRP They Will Go Out and Vote,


At the end of the day, your strong, visceral and hate-filled "educated" rants must be able to overpower their mad, crazy, diehard and unflinching love. And I don't see that ever happening.

First of all, you don't vote, you only come to Facebook, Tweet and WhatsApp, and all the social media tools, and spew your hate induced rants.
Second, they actually stand under the hot sun, or cold weather, or be drenched in rain to register and then vote for the politicians and the political parties of their choice, whether it is APC, APGA, KOWA, PDP, PRP etc.

They will go out and vote, while you stay indoors and watch Nollywood dramas or binge playing computer games, just as you post results on Facebook with,
"Breaking News:
APC 201,
PDP 201,
PRP 211,...".
Yeye people, you don't even have a voter card/PVC! You don't vote.

Now you have seen actual voters on the streets, doing their thing and you are all worked up and tumbling over yourself. It seems to be a competition for first to insult them or who has best yabbis. You are busy on social media, sometimes from UK, Europe or the USA, as you call them all sort of names. Just sit there and look condescendingly at them, and come 2019 this same people will show you.

You talk about them in condescension. All serious people take other people very serious. I take FFK serious. I take all his followers serious. We are all equal in a democracy. If you like collect 15 undergrad degrees, 10 Masters and 5 PhDs, acquire 3 post doctoral and attend as many executive program in the best academic institutions in the world, YOU HAVE ONE VOTE, just like the okada rider in Onitsha, mechanic in Oshun and mai waina in Bauchi or the cobbler in Kano and the fisherman in the creeks of Bayelsa. One vote!

Even when you registered by mistake, I'll add, you refused to go get your PVC from INEC. Some states even have about 40% non-collection rate. They simply refused to collect their cards.
Before the 2015 elections, INEC used all media to invite people to go and collect their cards, they showed state collection statistics. Still, that didn't work.

And immediately after each election, the candidate you preferred lost and a Dino Melaye or Ayo Fayose is declared winner, these same educated clowns will shout, "rigging" or "How can that happen?" Well, the vulcanizer, mechanic, cobbler, bricklayer, bus conductor, mai shayi, food vendor, street hawkers, recharge card seller and palm-wine tappers are smarter and even more serious than you when it comes to the importance of elections, you nincompoops. They voted, and their choice prevailed. See, anger wii kiii you!
Armed Robbers Storming Banks and Homes, Kil ling, Maiming and Leaving People Traumatized For Life

Armed Robbers Storming Banks and Homes, Kil ling, Maiming and Leaving People Traumatized For Life


Women die at the hospitals leaving behind new born babies. Maternal deaths & Infant Mortality still at an all time high in my country.
People die on our poorly lit porthole-ridden express ways travelling from place to place.
Buildings collapse due to greed and incompetence of building Engineers, kil**ling people in their numbers.

People die recieving medical care from quack doctors and trado-medical practitioners.
Malaria, Typhoid and Cholera still kill children in my country.
People die from the effects of fake/expired drugs.
F@ake and substandard electrical appliances causing fire outbreaks in several homes killing many. Gas explosions doing same.
Boko Haram kidnapping, kil ling and bombing people in their numbers.

Members of Evans institute Nigeria Limited, kidnapping and kil**ling people all for greed, yet, after being caught by our security personnels and paraded publicly for days, we know not where Evans is today. Armed robbers storming banks and homes, kil**ling, maiming and leaving people traumatized for life.
Rap**ists, paedophiles and their apologists go about raping and kil**ling, while claiming indecent dressing made them do it and humans with brains in their heads help them peddle this bullshit tale.

Drug Lords and cartels being celebrated in our towns and cities even inside the Church of God, so that Gun men walk in brazenly kil**ling people. Countries are at war kil**!ling people in their numbers due to greed, ego and selfishness. Brandishing sacrilegious acts of man's inhumanity to man. Hom0*ophobes are out there spewing hate speech and kil* ling g**ays, justifying the unjustifiable.

In the face of all these and more, Nigerian Theists say:
God gives and God takes. God knows why. It wont happen except God allows it. We can't question God. Take heart. He/She is at rest now, in a better place.
Yet life expectancy in my own country is at an all time low of 53yrs..

While countries like America, Singapore, Japan, Monaco have their life expectancy set in the late 70's going all the way to 90. The only explanation being that in those countries, for some reason, God chose to take lives a whole lot later in years than he takes in my own country.

My bosom friend has been living in the UK now for the passed 10 years and she has never been robbed or encountered armed robbers ever. She has also never been involved in an accident nor does she drive on dimly lit porthole-ridden roads/streets.

There is no gate or fence to her apartment, neither does she have a security guard. Malaria, Typhoid and Cholera are strange names in her own country. The infant Mortality rate is so low that it's almost nonexistent in her part of the world. And in the event that any form of emergency occurs in her country, all she needs to do is call the toll free number 999 and in a matter of minutes if not seconds, help will be on the way.

In my country the emergency number to call is ........... It appears to me that in her own country, God has chosen to abandon those mediums of taking lives as are very prominent in my neck of the woods.

As a matter of fact, it looks to me like my country got one of the shortest ends of the stick so much so that we appear cursed by God, Little wonder my president has chosen to spend the better part of his tenure in her own country. Yet, here we are, winning the award for one of the worlds most loyal and ardent followers, lovers and worshippers of God, that our government even subsidises forex prices and sponsors pilgrimage trips.

It used to beat my imagination how a country so religious could be so poor in every respect, but not anymore.
The question remains; Do I question God? No, personally, I never do. I don't think I ever will. Because I don't think God is giving and taking. Humans have s€x, Humans get preg@ nant, Humans give birth and bring forth life. Humans take lives..and in my neck of the woods, ineptitude, mediocrity, unexposure, incompetence, educated illiteracy, intolerance and corruption takes lives more than anything or anyone else.
I do not Question God. I Question Man.


It is important we understand  this so as to avoid unnecessary complains that can disturb the system again.  The admin has always plan the best for us. Please take note that

1. The New Model comes with Progressive release of Mavro in such a way that you can only GH a part of your Mavros weekly and no more freezing after confirmation.  This means that almost everybody will start to collect once they are matched because they know hardly will many Nigerian leaves the full Mavros in the system for 30 days to complete the 100% growth,

2. Only the balance of your PH remaining is the system will continue to grow

3. The two above implies that    many will end up GHing the money with just about 30-50% total growth. Only those who can be patient can have more than 50%-60% growth.

4. If the admin leaves the system Mavros at 30%, then many will not even get up to 10% of the growth and we are still the ones to come back to blame the MMM admin.

Here is a clear example based on the attitude of Many of us in MMM.

DAY 1 - 100K

I PH 100k and I was matched let say after 3 days, and I paid  with the payment confirmation done on the same day.  Then the Mavro is ready to GH.

DAY 4 - 113K

With just 4 days daily growth of about 13% growth (@3.3% per day). The Mavros will be 113k

Let say for the week,  I have available Mavros of 40k and I create the order,  what will remain is 73k.  This amount will grow while I wait for 7 days again (day 11)

DAY 11 - 89K

At the daily rate,  the 73k will grow to add additional  23% growth which is about 17k to make a total of 90k

Let say I have available Mavros of 40k again, and I create order,  only 50k will remain to continue to grow for the next 7 days while I wait till Day 18

DAY 18 - 58K

At the daily rate,  the 50k will grow to add additional  23% growth which is about 11k to make a total 61k

Let say I have available Mavros of 40k again, and I create order,  only 20k will remain to continue to grow for the next 7 days while I wait till Day 25

DAY 25

At the daily rate,  the 20k will grow to add additional  23% growth which about 5k to make it 25k

I will create the last order of 25k, if everything goes well

PH-GH analysis

Total PH = 100k
Total GH = 145k

growth = 45k
%growth = 45%

The situation may be better than this and nay be worse though and that is why Mr Andrews says they want to study the system first, if need be,  they reduce the percentage if people react in such a way that it will negatively affects the system.

Please those who are afraid of 100% should understand this carefully because the above is what will happen to majority of Nigerians,  Only Very few will be willing to wait for a while before they start GHing the Mavros.

Please be Guided
Can You Flow With The MMM New Model? Check Spare Money and The Critical Money?

Can You Flow With The MMM New Model? Check Spare Money and The Critical Money?

I understand no money is too small to lose. The situation on ground is painful. But we got ourselves here. We are on the tough ground and should forge ahead. This is affecting every particular either old or new. We just have to be focus and keep up.

There is an old proverb which goes thus: if your horse throw you to the ground, you will need to climb it again and ride. MMM has been with us since 2015. It comes with alot of defeats. But we are a nation of entirely different people. The system has to evolve and adapt to the people. We as participant too need to grasp the ideology and wire ourselves to fine tune with the system.

From order imbalances, to Administrative errors, to misconstrued judgement of CROs, and many unresolved issues. We all have tasted this defeats. Some have tasted the bitter soup of MMM. But we push ahead. The goal over weigh the challenges. They never back down. Because they believe in it.

At this critical moment, we should come together. Give ourselves a warm embrace. Encourage ourselves on. Turn your complains to creativity. Instead of creating more problem, become a problem solver.

MMM can work even if they increase growth rate 300% or 500%. But it is not going to work on it own. It is going to work when we are committed to make it work. The model is like the Engine. We are the Pilot. With outdoor we, it will be grounded.

Therefore, let us think loud. What do we want to be with MMM? What do we plan to become with MMM? In a year after now, how do we plan to curb our financial issue with MMM? Are you doing MMM because your friend said you will gain more money? The priority and expectancy is different. Everything is achievable. But we have to work for it to be achieved.

Before dispatcher resumes, try and study the new model. Ask yourself questions. Can I flow with the new model? Is it suitable for me? Can I adjust myself to benefit from it? What is my spare money and what is my critical money? How much can I afford to lose without losing my head? How much can I PH? This is what we should rather than compounding issues here.

Those who still believe in us should make out their plans. PH and encourage others to PH too. Together we can change the world