You have a wicked Nigerian man's mentality. I came before Ubunja, I did my thing, you praised me, others praised me, but when the praise was too much, you got jealous that someone who has barely spent 2 months on Nairaland is getting all the attention.
So, you started abusing me. I'll show screenshots for you to see at the end.
You're part of the reasons I deleted all my posts in my first account and turned them to books. I'm glad I did. Those books are making more cash than all the praises I would've gotten if I hadn't deleted them. I know Ubunja will delete his when the time is right — that is the trend I have set.
Some Nigerians always compete and compare for nothing. Here I am, praying for him to succeed and come to my level in turning his writeup to wealth. He is in the stage I was in 2016/2017. He is giving info for free and he is getting the accolades I used to get. Am I angry? No.
If you were me, Mr. Hector, by now, you would've been looking for a way to bring him down.
Most Nigerians hate seeing others get more praises or attention than them, luckily, I'm not a typical Nigerian, I'm a wise Nigerian.
I want those coming after me to be better than me — that way, there will be progress, not retrograde.
I read one of Ubunja's posts and I liked what he said. I encouraged him to keep it up — I didn't pull him down thinking someone is about to take over. No one can take over, everyone is on his lane. If you know your onion, you can never be afraid of takeover. It has never crossed my mind.
One day, he'll turn all his posts to books and delete them and the moment you know those posts are no longer there and he is making lots of money with them, you'll come to Nairaland to abuse him just the same way you did to me — nothing is hidden under the sun.
When you reveal dating secrets for free on Nairaland, two things happen
2. Abuse (caused by envy or by saying the truth — the truth hurts)
When you reveal your secrets in a book and sell it abroad, on Amazon, three things happen
1. Great reviews
2. Abuse (competitor's attack)
Ubunja is in stage 1, so he's being praised and being abused. I'm in stage 2. I'm getting great reviews and some times bad ones, I'm getting abused, but finally, I'm getting money every single day. No day on earth passes by without me making money with those books. When I say money, I'm talking of Pounds and Dollars.
I know Ubunja will get to stage 2 soon, he just doesn't know how yet, but I pray he does one day and finally dump this stage 1 he is at.
When you help Nigerians for free, those who got the free help will praise you, but those who didn't will abuse you.
When you finally stop dishing out free info, everyone will abuse you and make you feel like you never gave out anything for free in the first place. People forget so easily.
Finally, the alert I receive now is more than the abuse and praise I used to receive back then.
My question is: do you prefer praise and abuse or review, abuse, praise, and money.
If you ask me, I prefer the one that has money in it.
So, that's all for now.