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Politics / Re: Adeniyi Oyebade Indicted Of Shi'ite Killing By Kaduna Judicial Panel Of Inquiry by abbey621(m): 12:12pm On Jul 20
The panel said it established that the invasion of the IMN compound was carried out strictly on Mr. Oyebade’s order and without any rules of engagement, an action the commission said was at variance with the provisions of the Armed Forces Act, 1994, and the 1999 Constitution, both of which vested such authorities strictly in the president of the federal republic.
“There was no evidence that there was the requisite delegation by the president to the officer who issued oral order for the deployment of the officers and men of the Nigerian Army for the cordon and search operation,” the report said.

Bad news for wailers, very bad news!!!!
Politics / Re: Halliburton: Fayose Justifies Claim Of Buhari Wife’s Involvement! Pictures by abbey621(m): 11:01pm On Jul 14
achieverme:


We in Nigeria are not in your shoes. we need her to visit the USA to prove us wrong, like the APC promised she would. Is that too hard for you to understand?

Oh get off your high horse. She doesn't have to do sh*t if she does not want to.
Politics / Re: Halliburton: Fayose Justifies Claim Of Buhari Wife’s Involvement! Pictures by abbey621(m): 10:12pm On Jul 14
achieverme:


Let her visit the US like APC said she would....that should be enough to prove you wrong.

She does not need to visit before I validate if she's wanted by law enforcement in the U.S, as a citizen of the United States I'm privileged to know this information. It's called the Freedom of Information Act 5 U.S.C. § 552, knowledge is power!

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Politics / Re: Halliburton: Fayose Justifies Claim Of Buhari Wife’s Involvement! Pictures by abbey621(m): 5:49pm On Jul 14
Meche33:
. Mtchew if she no be the Aisha nah make she travel to US and shame Fayose. Buh guess what she can't travel to US cus she the Aisha Buhari in the scandal

She's not wanted in the U.S, so I see no reason why she can't travel. There's no warrant out for her, no case whatsoever. I stay in the U.S and it's easy to verify these things. Anybody that thinks otherwise should prove me wrong!
Celebrities / Re: Fans Tell Wizkid: "The Cannabis You Are Smoking Is Drying You Up" by abbey621(m): 4:04pm On Jul 14
Wizkid is an adult, doing adult things in an adult industry. 70% of Nigerian artiste smoke hemp or cigars, some of them even engage in more exotic drugs, it's not only in Nigeria but all over the world. The difference between Wizkid and an ordinary person that smokes hemp is that he has enough money to get the best medical treatment if he needs it.
Politics / Re: Halliburton: Fayose Justifies Claim Of Buhari Wife’s Involvement! Pictures by abbey621(m): 12:44pm On Jul 14
How many people with the name of Aisha Buhari exists in Nigeria, I bet we can find at least 100. Does Fayose have any evidence confirming that the Aisha Buhari mentioned is the president's wife? I've been searching through some court and governmental database with the help of a few friends here in the U.S and I can't find any case or warrant against Aisha Buhari, perhaps Fayose has his very own private database grin grin grin

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Politics / Re: Gumsu Abacha Replies Man Who Reminded Her Of Her Late Father by abbey621(m): 4:58pm On Jul 13
We all know how terrible Abacha was but if you ask most people on this forum and in Nigeria generally, if they had the option to choose a father like Abacha with all his wealth and power, would they decline? Not to talk of a child that did not have a choice, she couldn't choose her parents so she doesn't deserve the ridicule and insults. Nigeria is a fantastically corrupt country and the masses are equally as corrupt as their elected officials.

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Education / Re: Maimuna Tani Matankari Graduates From Southampton University With Distinction by abbey621(m): 2:53pm On Jul 13
Okay what is so special about this? Is it because she's a Nigerian or a female? Perhaps it's because she's Hausa or the university is in England?

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Travel / Re: Pakistani Men Who Were To Preach Islam To Nigerians Cause Stir On Lagos Flight by abbey621(m): 2:41pm On Jul 13
If they were truly terrorists they would not have been deported in such a manner. The truth is that there were not enough evidence against them to label them as terrorists but any government has the right to refuse visitors into its country, the Nigerian government just exercised its rights.

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Politics / Re: We’ve No Information To Provide On Aisha Buhari Being Wanted In US –US by abbey621(m): 2:13pm On Jul 13
Bitterleafsoup:


Before 2012 nothing like proper ID needed? You have never lived in US A or B you associate with deported criminals that are filling your head with story.

What's this one saying? Before 2012 opening a bank account in Nigeria was a breeze, any i.diot could do it! The other part of your comment does not even deserve a response!
Politics / Re: We’ve No Information To Provide On Aisha Buhari Being Wanted In US –US by abbey621(m): 12:28pm On Jul 13
It's funny seeing how clueless some people are and I know the reason why they are clueless! They simply don't understand the situation! Let's assume that Aisha Buhari is guilty, why would she be wanted by the U.S? Giving a bribe to a U.S Congressmen is not a crime for the giver, it's immoral but not illegal. Even the Whites do it, they just call it lobbying. Now even if it is a crime, the prosecuting nation would be Nigeria not U.S so can someone explain why she would be wanted in the U.S? Now let's get back to what I believe truly happened, before 2012 there was nothing like proper identification for bank accounts. Anyone could forge identification and use it to open a bank account. In Nigeria alone we have more than 100 people bearing the name Aisha Buhari, so can we really be sure it's the same Aisha? I think Fayose misfired on this one and it would eventually lead to the end of his political career.
Fashion / Re: 7 Fashion Mistakes Common To The Nigerian Man by abbey621(m): 2:28pm On Jul 12
Topics like this needs to come with a warning ***OPINION****! What is fashion? Is it not people experimenting with different combinations and styles of dressing, presenting it to the world till it becomes acceptable or a trend. The baggy shirt or jeans is fashionable to certain demographics, short socks are fashionable depending on the occasion or combination. At a point in time people went gaga for TM shirts, now it's basically poo, at a point in time double breasted suits with vests were the toast of the business world now it's a burden. So I ask again what is fashion?

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Politics / Re: Electricity Firms Push For 100% Tariff Hike Again!!! by abbey621(m): 12:40pm On Jul 12
If they like let them increase it to 100 Naira per KW, the smart ones no longer rely on NEPA or generators. A combination of solar and inverter power generation is the future of Nigeria.
Family / Re: Timetable For Sex For Married Couples, Good Or Not? by abbey621(m): 12:31am On Jul 11
Why are unmarried people answering this topic, even those still living with their parents are forming experts,rubbish! Some people even suggesting the guy not hitting it right, this is absolute hogwash! Women are emotional creatures controlled by hormones. When hormonal imbalances occur there's nothing you can do other than respecting her wishes. Going 2 weeks without sex giving her room to reset will not kill you as a guy. In those two weeks pay more attention to her emotional needs. Talk more,discuss memories and future plans. If you are blessed with kids, talk about your kids. Make her feel like the luckiest woman in the world, change environment if you can and trust me she'll be back to her normal self. Normal married couples have less sex as time goes on, the amount of sex between 1 to 5 years of marriage will be drastically reduced compared to 10 to 15 years. It's nature, in fact most married men find 2 times a week to be more than satisfying, so chilax!

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Crime / Re: Rape Victim Calls On Aisha Buhari To Help Her Get Justice by abbey621(m): 12:18am On Jul 11
Quakertellicus1:



What you have just said does not make the molestation of a minor right.

What those men did was wrong. They must be punished. Period.

You've already convicted the men based on one side of the story right? Even the other girl who was also kidnapped said she was not molested. The only thing that seems to make the men look guilty is the fact that they ran away otherwise I find the story very suspicious. Perhaps these girls are wayward girls from the neighborhood that have lost their innocence a long time ago, I wouldn't be surprised as 11 and 12 year old children are now getting pregnant easily in Nigeria nowadays even when not raped or molested. Perhaps they were actually molested, who knows? Were any tests carried out? In advanced countries DNA evidence solves this case but in Nigeria na O.Y.O grin
Crime / Re: Rape Victim Calls On Aisha Buhari To Help Her Get Justice by abbey621(m): 11:07pm On Jul 10
I smell lies.

She said in a soft, low voice, ‘‘I was at home when one of my friends came to call me last Sunday (June 26). She brought a salad and said we should eat together. I obliged. It was around 8pm [/b]and while we were eating the salad not far from my house.

Sign of waywardness,sign of poor upbringing.

‘We showed him the remaining salad but instead, he started dragging us away. When we got to a road that leads to where the high chief lives, he dragged us through another road.

So one guy is able to drag two females through two roads?

She cried, adding, ‘‘Ikechukwu went out and returned with two bottles of stout offering the content to us to drink. That was when I stood up to ask where the high chief who he said summoned us was. He became violent and said we should drink the stout.

Mrs. Ejike explained that the two men that raped her daughter have since fled the village.
‘‘I did not know them. It was when this incident happened that I learnt they are from the same village with me. [b]The other girl was not injured and her parents said she was not molested.
I reported the matter to the police at Afugiri Police Station.”


Hahahaha, the other girl was not molested? WTF? Did she use juju or what. Seriously, this story should be investigated!!
Politics / Re: Olisah Metuh Offers To Return N400m, Pledges Support For Anti-Corruption War- SR by abbey621(m): 9:53pm On Jul 10
dvee2:


Remember the bail out was massively criticized by a lot of people during that time, just as you are massively criticizing now. My take is its only after four years as you rightly stated that things begin to turn around.
Therefore if Obama were to listen to people like you then, there will be no turn around. So give this government the benefit of doubt .
Are u sure I will not charge u for this free lesson? wink

You want to teach me about Obama and U.S economic policies? Better stick to topics more familiar to you. I'm sure you are well educated and are not the type to argue with sentiments so I'll break it down for you. Obama introduced comprehensive economic policies(Bailout, reforms to the housing and banking sectors, consumer laws and so on) in his first year, this stopped the bleeding in the first year. The U.S stopped losing jobs and foreclosure rates started declining. This is a sign of a serious president, even with all that he was still criticized because the economy was not adding jobs or growing but just leveling off. Now what do I mean by leveling off? I meant, companies stopped packing up, banks remained open,unemployment rate stopped crashing and the stock market stopped crashing. All this was done in the first year. Now by your reasoning,you expect Nigerians to just sit back and wait till after 4 years before vexing or criticizing? Most sensible Nigerians are not even asking for a vibrant economy, they just want the decline to stop. For how long will the poor masses be able to afford tomatoes at 400% its normal price or watch as essential commodities are no longer affordable? I want you to understand this and understand it well, Buhari met a disaster when he assumed office, we all get that but the citizens did not vote him in to make things worse, Obama got things going in his first year and the people felt it, hopefully Buhari can impact the lives of the masses positively before the end of his second year.
Politics / Re: Olisah Metuh Offers To Return N400m, Pledges Support For Anti-Corruption War- SR by abbey621(m): 3:29am On Jul 09
dvee2:


You just confirmed what I wrote. hear you - "job loses and foreclosures started to decline by the end of his first term" which is after four years? has Buhari clocked four years? again you stated that" By the beginning of his second term the economy begins to trend upward". So is that not after four years? are you not vindicating my assertion that even Obama did not turn around American economy in one year? wow! some people need to go back to school. Don't have your time sir.

Just when I thought you were one of the great intellects on Nairaland,you had to respond with the bold words above, very disappointing! Obama didn't spend his first year in office dragging the economy down,he introduced the bail out and other economic policies and that stopped the bleeding, the job loss and home foreclosures started to decline and by the end of his first term,the U.S recorded the first positive growth in the economy. By the beginning of his second term the economy is trending upwards. Compare that to Buhari that has spent the entire first year implementing disastrous economic policies, chasing after corrupt officials with little to no results and watching the economy plummet into a full blown depression. To compare Buahri's first term to Obama's is like comparing banana to tomatoes in Nigeria right now, ridiculous!

Read the bold part son, READ! Sounds like you need to take your own advice and head back to school grin grin grin grin
Politics / Re: Olisah Metuh Offers To Return N400m, Pledges Support For Anti-Corruption War- SR by abbey621(m): 4:19pm On Jul 07
dvee2:


How old are u Mr equilibrium. Even Obama could not turn around America's economy in four years.

Just when I thought you were one of the great intellects on Nairaland,you had to respond with the bold words above, very disappointing! Obama didn't spend his first year in office dragging the economy down,he introduced the bail out and other economic policies and that stopped the bleeding, the job loss and home foreclosures started to decline and by the end of his first term,the U.S recorded the first positive growth in the economy. By the beginning of his second term the economy is trending upwards. Compare that to Buhari that has spent the entire first year implementing disastrous economic policies, chasing after corrupt officials with little to no results and watching the economy plummet into a full blown depression. To compare Buahri's first term to Obama's is like comparing banana to tomatoes in Nigeria right now, ridiculous!
Politics / Re: Olisah Metuh Offers To Return N400m, Pledges Support For Anti-Corruption War- SR by abbey621(m): 2:02pm On Jul 05
dvee2:


The Ngozi ikonji iweala that is an entity what benefit did she give to Nigeria? Buhari supporter my foot. You think its easy to turn around a battered economy like Nigeria? even a small institution cannot be turn around in a jiffy.

What's this one saying? After a year, we are still playing this game, just stop it already! No one is expecting a miracle, just show Nigerians the plan that is in place and we can then have hope for the future. Sensible Nigerians are not expecting a swift turnaround but after a year things should not be worse than he met it. A year is enough to get us back to equilibrium(We don't even want the campaign promises anymore just equilibrium), if you don't think so then I'm even more sorry for you!
Romance / Re: Five Abusive Words You Should Not Say To Her, No Matter What by abbey621(m): 1:11pm On Jul 02
What do you mean by 'NEVER'? I hate when people use this particular word because it is absolute and if there's one thing I know about relationships it is the fact that it's not just black and white, there are grey areas. If it took just mere words to destroy a relationship then that relationship[ wasn't meant to be in the first place. People say mean things to one another when angry or frustrated but what determines a quality relationship is the ability to reconcile. poo happens a lot and we don't live in fairy tales, even the Westerners that came up with all this bullsh*t about etiquette in relationships have yet to perfect it themselves not to talk of Africans.

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Business / Re: Andrew Alli Jams Elnathan John On Twitter by abbey621(m): 8:21pm On Jul 01
yomz1e:
You don't know me bredren, but I can assure you I have been in customer services for over a decade and what we are thought is neve be rude to customers whether you at work or not, you are the face of the company, if everyone leaves GTB am sure GTB would call him in and ask him to apologise, the best way to hurt a business man is take away his money. And for your info, I might not be in business world but if I was I won't treat my customers with disdain attitude. Am sure GTB doesn't appreciate such advertisement ..IS it By force... I can imagine other banks cashing in on this ... we are the listening banks . Don't bank with 'is it by force bank.. '. Your competitors looks for things like this to gain competitive advantage, I know because am in PR any blemish and your reputation is in ruins, and this El Nathan guy is not someone the bank wants bad publicity from. So let this issue now lie.. I want to watch the football


Stop being so dramatic, GTB is one of the biggest banks in Nigeria and one comment is not going to be their end!
Business / Re: Andrew Alli Jams Elnathan John On Twitter by abbey621(m): 8:13pm On Jul 01
saintdennis:


Per d bolded that is my point! What I'm pointing out is gtb is supposed to immediately tweet that the views does not represent that of gtb but they won't cos majority are sheep!

Sorry bro but I don't think u read a finance related course or else u would understand the gateman-ceo example.

But lemme break it down: a gateman of gtb and the CEO both project the image of gtb...they are brand ambassadors.

If that gateman does something (maybe assaults a neighbour) even tho the event occured outside the office gtb will still be connected via the news headline GTB STAFF CHARGED FOR ASSAULT.

Gtb will then swiftly state he's 3rd party bla bla and gtb frowns @ violence bla bla and he has subsequently been laid off.

Look bro I won't go deep into this mr alli ish all I can tell u is in saner climes gtb would be reeling and their p.r team would get to work ensuring the public perception n corporate image remains solid.

But sadly nigeria isn't there yet

Not only do I have two MBAs but I currently manage over 30 individuals. My day to day activities includes meetings with various levels of leadership such as AVP's and VP's of several departments/companies. If I wasn't in corporate America, I'd probably be teaching business courses in one of the universities. Now enough about me, let me point out your errors! Firstly, the responsibilities of a board member and a gate-man are not the same because most times board members are elected not hired. You can fire a gate-man at any point in time but a board member not so easily! In addition, I think you are only looking at things from a business point of view and not personal which is wrong, we must look at things objectively not with bias. Mr. Alli just retired from the board, he no longer represents GTB so he is free to condone or blast anyone he chooses. Now the customer in question is not enough for GTB to get involved, if the issue escalates then I'm sure their PR team would come out with a statement/apology but for now they won't as Mr. Alli no longer represents them. Finally, by supporting the customer's actions you are directly encouraging such behaviors in the future, there are appropriate channels for such discourse not a personal social media account. This is equivalent to a customer showing up at Mr. Alli's home and registering his or her displeasure at GTB's services, this is wrong and one can easily understand why Mr. Alli chose to respond in such a manner, perhaps if he still held the position he would have kept shut. Like I said earlier in a more advanced country, it would probably be more news worthy but in Nigeria everybody is angry including board members grin grin grin
Business / Re: Andrew Alli Jams Elnathan John On Twitter by abbey621(m): 7:07pm On Jul 01
yomz1e:
Then read my comments properly and Educate yourself, regardless whether retired or resigned, as an ex employee, which am sure still has his pension there should act civil, which brings me back to my comment, that stinking attitude Nigerian bank staffs have is wrong, they only fear you if you have boku money in their bank which is the wrong attitude. he should have referred the guy to customer complaint and tell him sorry this is my personal social media space, it doesn't cost him anything to respond like that. being retired does t mean he should retire his self respect.. never under estimate the power of consumers.



Can't help but laugh, your comment alone shows you know nothing about the business world or leadership. Once someone retires they are no longer bound to that company, their opinions do not speak for the company neither does their actions! You speak of pension and once again I laugh because it has nothing to do with the discussion. Mr. Alli is entitled to his opinion, on his personal page he has every right to condone or blast anyone he feels like, the customer violated his space and got the appropriate response. Not everyone can be graceful all the time,you do not know what this man is going thru neither did you know his mindset at that particular time, it could happen to anyone so just give it a rest! He is not GTB, his opinion is his alone and not a GTB policy so stop the unfair accusations!
Business / Re: Andrew Alli Jams Elnathan John On Twitter by abbey621(m): 6:57pm On Jul 01
saintdennis:


Bro u don't get? There's NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BANKS GATEMAN AND ITS CEO OR MEMBERS OF ITS BOARD.

This man spent 8years on its board and only just left today so he's still VERY MUCH CONNECTED To gtb.

And the twitter users comment was aimed @ him and gtb. A rude customer yes but that reply was actually wholesome.

If u do not really appreciate the magnitude of the statement "THERE ARE 20 BANKS IN NIGERIA...it's not by force". Then sorry I can't lecture u.

Next time u feel wronged by a policy, bank, govt or company just remember that statement.

I'm sorry but there's a difference between a gate man and a board member. There's also a great difference between commenting on behalf of a company and commenting based on personal opinion. The man was attacked on his personal page and the fact that he just retired makes it even more appropriate! I'm sure in a more customer centered society it would have raised some eyebrows but in Nigeria forget that crap. The customer behaved in a rude manner and got what he deserved, you don't go to Bill Gate's personal page to register your dissatisfaction with Microsoft, you don't go to the Facebook page of the Vice-Chancellor of Unilag to protest your academic result, there are appropriate channels! Mr. Alli's comment was insensitive but not representative of GTB's policies, it's just an opinion of one man!

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Business / Re: Andrew Alli Jams Elnathan John On Twitter by abbey621(m): 4:14pm On Jul 01
saintdennis:
"There's are 20 BANKS in nigeria...it is not by force"

And people were clapping for this alli man? Even some NLANDERS rationalising such a statement?

We really lack critical thinkers in naija and u wonder why the politicians are strangling this nation?

If this mr. Alli was STILL A DIRECTOR @ GTbank would he make such a statement??

When u go the customer service desk of a bank and mouth off complaining about a problem/transaction on ur account CAN THEY DARE SAY TO YOU: There are 20 banks in nigeria...it's not by force?

The customer is always KING! All of you deserve whatever wrong banks, Indians, lebanese, oil coys and politicians do to u...nigerians frigging deserve it.

I think you are confusing a customer care staff with a member of the board. Most companies elect members of the board from various sources and most of them have little or no prior affiliation with the company. Mr. Alli chose to respond because he had nothing to lose. It's okay for a customer to be rude to the company, product or service but when you attack an individual personally then that individual is allowed to fight back except in the case of customer care staff because they are paid to sweet talk the customer. For a retired board member, he could care less about the feelings of a Twitter menace!
Business / Re: Andrew Alli Jams Elnathan John On Twitter by abbey621(m): 4:06pm On Jul 01
yomz1e:
Very poor attitude from top level, so what do you expect the lower staff to do too, how many times have i been to the bank being attended to and another familiar customer will come in and the spbank staff will push you aside to grovel to another client they know.. In Nigeria bankers don't respect their customers unless you tip them generously.. Especially those BDC hangabouts.... You hear Welcome Alhaji.. . We don't have customer services in this country, in developed countries your manager steps out of line he gets the boot. You suppose to act honourably with integrity as you are the face of the bank. You have to understand the guy who complaint must have been backed to the wall for him to make such statements. Anyways I think as the manger or exmanager he was clearly wrong. Shows his level of intelligence.

Can the manager says this to someone who has over 50million in that GTB bank.., but because this guy is Smallie, he could chat $hit knowing there will be no retribution... Shameful

Read the story again,you do understand the meaning of RETIRED? The guy is free to blast anybody he wants!
Politics / Re: Olisah Metuh Offers To Return N400m, Pledges Support For Anti-Corruption War- SR by abbey621(m): 4:24pm On Jun 30
dvee2:


Sorry sir, he is not only fighting corruption. Other people that are more knowledgeable than him on economy are handling it well. Like Kemi Adeosun and VP Osimbanjo.

Did you just say that the economy is being handled well? Are you serious? I'm a Buhari supporter but I'm not blind to the degradation of the Nigerian economy, the economy is a joke, the VP is not an economist and Kemi is a nonentity!
Politics / Re: Olisah Metuh Offers To Return N400m, Pledges Support For Anti-Corruption War- SR by abbey621(m): 2:48pm On Jun 30
We all know what Buhari is trying to do is best for Nigeria but I'm afraid the task is too herculean for him. If he should spend his entire first term recovering stolen loot and prosecuting corrupt leaders then the economy will suffer greatly due to inability to multitask. Buhari with his good intentions might end up looking like a failure in the eyes of the public if he does not tone the recovery effort down and start implementing concrete economic policies. I'm afraid 2019 is fast approaching and some greedy politician is just waiting at the opportunity to use the economy against him in the election.

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Family / Re: Why Do Nigerian Ladies Grow Out Of Shape When Married? by abbey621(m): 2:59am On Jun 29
Everybody keeps worrying about women gaining weight once married but when we look at things closely, men gain just as much. Especially Yoruba men,we become comfortable eating 3 solid meals per day and coming home knowing the women took care of most things domestic. If you see a man that didn't gain weight after several years of marriage, please INVESTIGATE! Such a man is either ill or stressed out by a wicked wife. Furthermore, at least women have genuine excuses such as child bearing and high hormonal imbalance but we men just naturally become comfy and the pot belly gradually begins to form, at the end of the day gaining weight is okay as long as it is not excessive. If a woman is clean,good mannered, dresses sexy and is sexually active, her husband won't resist her even with a little added weight, this is a FACT! The only thing that still manages to baffle me till date is how a man could complain of a woman getting fat when he himself is packing on extra pounds and gradually becomes sexually inefficient grin grin grin

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Romance / Re: 7 Facts About Men,ladies Beware by abbey621(m): 5:11am On Jun 24
You want to know the reason you can't seem to find the right men, it's simple: In the old days,women did as they were told and were contented with letting the man lead but nowadays women want equality, preferential treatment and authority all in one combo, women nowadays would leave a gentle man because he's too soft,would leave a disciplinarian because he's too harsh, would cheat on a wealthy man because he spends most of his energy making money and would cheat on a broke man because he can't afford her luxuries. Since the beginning of time,women have always played the victim and have been nothing but a weakness for us men yet men still love,they still spend their hard earned money to attract the right female with the hope of starting a family,when men err or becomes tempted to cheat or leave? Is it because of another man or is it caused by a female? Men cheat,women cheat,everyone cheats. It's life, GET OVER IT!
Celebrities / Re: Why Olamide Might Remain A Local Artiste For Long !! by abbey621(m): 9:04pm On Jun 23
aaronson:
Sorry to say, You so media driven and people like you is the reason the black race would never evolve.

In your myopic view, you trash down my opinion down to ethnicity bias when the Yoruba language is my favourite indigenous language in Nigeria. That's so wrong!

You lack basic knowledge of the positivity I was trying to put out also lack basic sense of self and depends on the Tv to programme your path to life, Actually....that's why its called Tv programme so Enjoy.

It's a shame, I actually thought you were one of those highly educated critics we have in Nigeria until you replied with the hogwash you wrote above. The Black race is not evolving because it is being pulled down by the Black race! You claim to love the Yoruba language yet your main point of critique against Olamide is the fact that most of his songs are not understandable by those outside of Nigeria or those who don't understand Yoruba. I believe you or another one of your entourage stated he should sing in pidgin, so tell me how I should interpret your bias? Now to your final point, I believe my self worth and confidence is at an all time high, how would you know my path in life? Don't tell me you're like majority of Nairalanders always generalizing without context?

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