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Scott's Excellent Adventure in Nigeria
Submitted by pablo on 2008-11-10 07:01:13 (via www.bidstrup.com)
The nation of Nigeria, in the heart of sub-saharan Africa, is noted for many things. However only few dare to visit this country. Join Scott on his adventure and learn from his story the diverse aspects of life in Nigeria.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-10 08:33:41
Nigeria is a best place to visit and to live. With diffrent tourist centres, tha if you visit u will like to come back again! One love my people
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-10 09:25:44
Scott is right in some parts anad not in all areas Nigeria is a lovely plcae to visit and the hospitality of the people is no dought one of the best with its diverse cultures and tribes the people live together as one people and are very warm and welcoming to strangers. So make Nigeria your holiday destination and you will coming back for more.

Donald.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-10 11:41:50
many things do actually happen in NIGERIA BUT I TELL U it is one of d fastest growing economy in west Africa and seriously you may consider visiting the place cos its fun i mean real fun.......
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-11 03:04:48
U right about many things u said about nigeria...but belive most of the things u aid about nigeria was the then nigeria under military rule....i will point to one of ur lies:PEOPLE DO COOK WITH GAS TODAY..i am not from a rich home but that is what i use in school..
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-11 03:45:39
1991 IS A VERY LONGTIME WHEN U COMPARE IT TO 2008...Nigeria is like every other country,but it has it own peculiarities and i love Nigeria 4 that..try and re-visit niegeria and u'll be supprise the jury is now working..stay 4 a while and try to edit your work...joni
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Submitted by papiblondy on 2008-11-11 04:00:03
I have read scotts aarticle about nigeria and it is fine..but Nigeria is my country and i think i know about my country better than scott..if u need any help if u want to journey to Nigeria,mail slimxjb@gmail.com
we will give u a alitle help to help u have a better experience than that of scott..
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Submitted by papiblondy on 2008-11-11 04:02:38
scott i think u should re-visit Nigeria and stay there 4 a while so that u can edit work..becos i use gas in school and i am not from a rich home...about that.
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Submitted by papiblondy on 2008-11-11 04:06:10
1991 is a long time.many things have changed...Nigeria is a lovely place to visit at the moment,going by the fact now the rule is civilian...hey scott,the jury is now working..;
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Submitted by papiblondy on 2008-11-11 17:41:39
scott u are a very good writer.u carry in ur head the old Nigeria...i think u shuld delete it and ask me for a new one..don't be shy,i will gladly help u...
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-11-04 05:10:30
Scott i really appreciate ur write up but some of ur stories are not true. u cant use a gun with bullets of different callibres and its more than 300 miles from Ph to Bauchi. there are no delta bravos (dead bodies) lining any street in bauchi state or anywhere in the northern part of the country.its good to write but if u most pls speak the truth or let it be. i have to confess that the last part of the story is like is written by siomeone else...quite educational it is.
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