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Group A: Holders head intriguing blend
Group A of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Trinidad and Tobago 2010 pits defending champions Korea DPR against African powers Nigeria, the hosts and Chile.
the roles of women poverty eradication in nigeria?
nonsense! i am from nigeria, i am not poor,have never been and will never be. i have more than 3 square meals a day, have always been to private schools and enjoying my life right now.
what do you mean by the roles of women poverty eradication in nigeria? you damn question makes no sense at all.
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Are there any singaporean women who married nigerians?
Are there any singaporean women who has married or going to get married to a nigerian? My question is, ladies what difficulties do you encounter in term of paper work, treatment,job vacancies basically, how is life for you with a foreigner from this country? im going to marry a nigerian soon but im afraid mw & my future husband will face discrimination because of difference of race..
there are two directions of prejudices, towards singaporean women and against nigerian men, and to be true, we several times heard positive about the ladies, but were told negative about the men, do not know why, but that is the way we exprienced reports on such a topic. for you in your case we wish you all the best. may you be the positive experience to show how it could be at the best.
NIGERIAN TV ADVERTS: A CAUSE FOR CONCERN
Besides, getting the attention of viewers through the combination of good visuals and audio elements in the advert as against only the visual or audio chosen format gives the TV medium an edge over the others. It has a weighty viewership base, reaching millions of people across the Nation and in some cases, certain African countries. It’s a great platform to reach the target market.
Although the use of celebrities to endorse companies brands through adverts was not a norm back then as against present day times, TV adverts were dominantly locally inclined in terms of those used on set, soundtrack, theme song culminating in catchy slogans, quality of production, story line adopted in selling the products to us. Some dominated our screens and made us part with our money while some weak ones over time fizzled out unnoticed. Brands in the 80′s which dominated the scene based on its popularity via TV commercials (with a bit of foreign input) and catchy words and slogans include but not limited to:
- Union Bank : big, strong, reliable
- First Bank : truly the first
- UBA : wise men bank with UBA, wise women bank with UBA, start a savings account today, with UBA, UBA
Limca : when you’re having fun together, the sun and the sea together, music and dance together, lime and lemonade drink Limca…all you need is to drink Limca
7up : The difference is clear
Coke : Have a coke and a smile
Green sand shandy : The refreshing drink in a class of its own
Parle soda: The bubbly bubbly drink
Star : Enjoy the brighter life, star
33 : Double 3, your lucky number
Gulder : The ultimate in beer
Kessingsheen: I’m looking good with Kessingsheen
Walls ice cream: The king of ice cream
Milo : Milo (then comes 7 claps) Milo
Multivite : Multi, multi, multivite
Omo : Omo , super blue omo, washes even brighter and it shows
Painax : for sure relief from headaches and pains
Daily need tooth paste: I won’t do it till you’ve done it, you’re daily need
Vitalo : your nourishing food drink
Bata : back to school with bata
Coast milk : creamy nourishing milk
Nasco biscuits : king of biscuits
The adverts were simple with down to earth messages motivating the target market to purchase these products. However, over the years, locally made TV adverts have been viewed in the shadows of the foreign ones which have now dominated our screens. Blue chip companies have opted to show case their products through the foreign route based on their deployment of advanced technology, and creativity infused into the adverts.
Adverts made in foreign lands or technologically empowered by local advertising companies at home to meet the foreign standard include Mtn, Zain, Glo, Close up, Malta Guinness, Amstel Malta, Maltina, Coke, Fanta, Pepsi, Omo, Always sanitary pad, Gulder, Guinness, Star, Peak, Lux, Cussons imperial leather, amongst others.
It is a known fact that Nigerians love quality things and are easily swayed into purchasing things especially when it comes from across our borders. Their preferred interest for quality music videos shot outside the country attests to that fact. Hence, good quality adverts are non- negotiable. Regular local adverts have ceased taking the centre stage and are struggling hopelessly with the foreign ones. Is there a dearth of creative directors or is that the companies refuse to part with money required to pull off a quality advert ? Should this continue Nigerians will wake up one day to find our local TV stations airing foreign adverts of products with the locally produced ones no where in sight. Lets hope that never happens.
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