Nigeria Bans TV in offices

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at 11:47 PM, 14/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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The head of Nigeria's civil service, Steve Oronsaye, has banned televisions from public offices from the end of this week as they distract workers.

His spokesman said that Mr Oronsaye had observed that they "contributed to lowering productivity".

Correspondents say it is not uncommon to see people watching soaps and Nigerian "Nollywood" films at work.
Ministers' offices and areas that needed televisions for media reports will not be affected by the ban.

According to Nigeria's Daily Trust newspaper, subscriptions to satellite television stations will also be cut.

"The attendant subscription cost of cable television networks has become a drain on the recurrent expenditure in public offices without commensurate benefit", the paper quoted the statement as saying.



portiphar at 01:15 AM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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make i go carry my papa plasma screen for him office
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portiphar at 01:19 AM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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thank you ohh, oga Steve Oronsaye...may God bless you oh
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takahashi at 06:18 AM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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wow how can people wharch tv in d office is wrong, good idea  to stop it okay, and it can make people have a big belle, but i wharch from my computer 9ger law no dey ever work.
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micmond at 08:13 AM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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good radiance to bad rubbish.thank u mr Steve Oronsaye.
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teeco at 08:20 AM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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Quote from: takahashi on 06:18 AM, 15/08/2009
wow how can people wharch tv in d office is wrong, good idea  to stop it okay, and it can make people have a big belle, but i wharch from my computer 9ger law no dey ever work.

yes is a good Idea they are not concentrating on there jobs

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Casoul at 12:09 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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well,its good to think of ways that will make workers to focus on thier work,but lets ask ourselves questions......wont it lower the consumer demand in that sector,is it good for our economy?,or must the sector suffer the unprofessional attitude of some incompetent workers?,the stuff i think is meant for visitors,so they musnt leave their duty post just to watch telly!,well if the bill have been passed,it still needs approval by the house.
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teeco at 12:14 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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oo yes

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boaji at 12:47 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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workers, dont worry. if they ban you from watching TV, you can watch film on your computer
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teeco at 12:48 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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Quote from: boaji on 12:47 PM, 15/08/2009
workers, dont worry. if they ban you from watching TV, you can watch film on your computer

 Grin Grin Grin

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pancho at 12:53 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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Even phone dey.

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ktalent at 01:07 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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Quote from: dguy on 11:47 PM, 14/08/2009
The head of Nigeria's civil service, Steve Oronsaye, has banned televisions from public offices from the end of this week as they distract workers.

His spokesman said that Mr Oronsaye had observed that they "contributed to lowering productivity".

Correspondents say it is not uncommon to see people watching soaps and Nigerian "Nollywood" films at work.
Ministers' offices and areas that needed televisions for media reports will not be affected by the ban.

According to Nigeria's Daily Trust newspaper, subscriptions to satellite television stations will also be cut.

"The attendant subscription cost of cable television networks has become a drain on the recurrent expenditure in public offices without commensurate benefit", the paper quoted the statement as saying.

BRILLIANT.  Grin Grin Grin

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teeco at 01:09 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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Quote from: ktalent on 01:07 PM, 15/08/2009
Quote from: dguy on 11:47 PM, 14/08/2009
The head of Nigeria's civil service, Steve Oronsaye, has banned televisions from public offices from the end of this week as they distract workers.

His spokesman said that Mr Oronsaye had observed that they "contributed to lowering productivity".

Correspondents say it is not uncommon to see people watching soaps and Nigerian "Nollywood" films at work.
Ministers' offices and areas that needed televisions for media reports will not be affected by the ban.

According to Nigeria's Daily Trust newspaper, subscriptions to satellite television stations will also be cut.

"The attendant subscription cost of cable television networks has become a drain on the recurrent expenditure in public offices without commensurate benefit", the paper quoted the statement as saying.

BRILLIANT.  Grin Grin Grin

lol

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rbest at 01:32 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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hmmmm
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teeco at 01:32 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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hnmnn

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waco at 01:37 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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bgate sef i tire for you oooooooo

teach us openly here how to watch Nigerian tv channels on our phones.

which one be say call ur fone, shege ka wai!

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rbest at 01:38 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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waco my bros, help me ask am
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sera4all at 02:09 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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na   them  sabi.i  no  day  there ooooooooi   day  italy
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biamblinks at 02:25 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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DEY WANT MAKE STAFFS THE SLEEP FOR OFFICE ABI... NA WA OHHH
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mubaji at 03:46 PM, 15/08/2009 (9 years ago)
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that's a brave idea -hope it works out really
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