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|Crime / Re: Sugabelly Alleged Rape: A Pure Case Of Blackmail, Intimidation And Lies by abbey621(m): 3:28am|
Obviously you are speaking from an ignorant point of view. Show me the part in the Nigerian constitution where it states that a 17 year old girl is considered a minor! Even in advanced countries we have what is called a statue of limitation, 2008 to 2015 is a long time, unfortunately the girl in question did not speak up at the proper time and hence her accusations are worth less than they would have been in 2008.
|Crime / Re: Sugabelly Alleged Rape: A Pure Case Of Blackmail, Intimidation And Lies by abbey621(m): 3:25am|
Once again you are talking like a kid! You really need to take a little bit more time and learn the features on Facebook.
|Crime / Re: Sugabelly Alleged Rape: A Pure Case Of Blackmail, Intimidation And Lies by abbey621(m): 3:04am|
Would you keep shut! Assassination of character is a very serious tragedy and her story does not hold water due to the fact that she was a willing participant. Up till now most people were on her side but thanks to this thread, we are at least given a chance to consider the other side of the story. Look at the bold part of your comment, are you telling me that you are not aware that Facebook stores your chat or message history? I have some messages dating back to 2009.
|Politics / Re: Fani-Kayode Writes On The ''Killing Of 105 Soldiers By Boko Haram'' by abbey621(m): 1:56am|
Do you think everyone in the military comes from a poor background? You want to tell me all of the families who lost a member in the military are unable to speak to the media? Till we start fighting for ourselves in this country nothing will ever change!
|Crime / Re: Sugabelly Speaks Out: 'Surviving Mustapha Audu & His Rape Brigade' by abbey621(m): 1:54am|
Quick question: did you read my post and you did not comprehend or are you just plain dull? If all you took from my comments is that I'm asking her to keep quiet then you surely represent another failed product of the Nigerian educational system. People get raped all the time, that's not new but I've yet to see a case where someone gets raped repeatedly and keeps going back for more! A gun was never held to her head and judging from her own write-up, she's not a dullard. This leaves me to conclude that she was a willing participant in the beginning and did not know how to get out when things got out of hand. If you bothered to calm down and assimilate my words, you would realize that she has close to zero evidence against the suspected rapists and as such her case is basically suspicious at best. Let me ask you a simple question, what does she hope to accomplish by bringing things out now? Pity, publicity, manipulation? This is why I advised her to let things go and move on, it would have been better if she came forward when the incidence happened but in a lawless country like Nigeria she's fighting nothing but her own shadow!
|Crime / Re: Sugabelly Speaks Out: 'Surviving Mustapha Audu & His Rape Brigade' by abbey621(m): 5:51pm On Nov 27|
This still doesn't change the fact that you put yourself in the situation! I hate to be frank but no 17 year old child gets f*cked in the car multiple times, gets maltreated so bad and keeps going back for more. You mentioned he had multiple pix of your unclothedness and that he might display them for the public but is that really worse than getting raped multiple times, all the things you mentioned such as anxiety medication and suicide attempt are not new to me, most folks in America suffer from one anxiety or the other. Perhaps it was your youthful ignorance or maybe the lack of proper home training but sister you were just as much as a participant as the guys involved. If you truly wanted to move on from this nightmare, you would stop publicizing it over and over, just let it go! From what I've read from you so far, it seems you are still very much hurt and very vindictive. Seek more psychological/spiritual help to cleanse yourself completely as this path you've chosen to follow will only end in disaster!
And please don't get defensive when people question your integrity, even in the USA, a rape case not reported, with little to no evidence or witness will often result in the case being thrown out. The choice is yours, continue on your vindictive path and score some cheap publicity points or move on with your life and be progressive!
|Politics / Re: How Abubakar Audu's Sons Serially Raped A Young Girl Years Back. by abbey621(m): 4:04pm On Nov 27|
The number one question everyone should be asking is about consent! She had sex multiple times with the same guy over and over again, she kept coming back for more. She sounds like an intelligent person so she had the opportunity to run away or report the situation immediately. Before anyone give an excuse such as fear or emotional dependency, let's examine the wordings of her twitter rant. She used the word f*cked numerous times and gave explicit details of the whole situation, a psychological analysis would reveal imaginative attribution, the girl was never raped! She was handled roughly but kept coming back for more, she was never kidnapped or a gun held to her head. Another consideration here is the fact that a 17 year old who would willingly have sex in a car multiple times and wander off with a 25 year old speaks of her questionable character. Is she an orphan? Can't imagine someone with good parents disappearing with a stranger. All I'm saying here is you don't go back for more unless you are enjoying it, plain & simple!
|Politics / Re: Probe Sports Minister, Danlong, He Dresses Like A Cultist – HURIWA Tells Buhari by abbey621(m): 12:34pm On Nov 27|
HURIWA said it had no concrete evidence to link Dalong to the membership of any of the campus cults but expressed strong reservations that his choice of dressing in symbolism and tangible costumes closely related to what some of these dreaded groups wear was worryingly traumatic.
No evidence yet a call to the president to put him to order. Clowns!
|Politics / Re: Senate Summons Fashola Over Falling Bridges by abbey621(m): 7:18pm On Nov 25|
What's with all this nonsense about summoning PMB? Are we really that ignorant in this country? I think there should be a law that all secondary school students study the Nigerian Constitution, maybe then we wouldn't have so many ignorant youths on and off Nairaland!
|Politics / Re: Fani-Kayode Writes On The ''Killing Of 105 Soldiers By Boko Haram'' by abbey621(m): 3:33pm On Nov 25|
You're an idiot, what concerns me with GEJ, I understand you are still pained by the your brother's loss during the election but that doesn't mean you should just yarn anyhow! If there was a cover up, let the families speak out, gone are the days of suffering in silence, let the families expose the government if this is true!
|Politics / Re: Fani-Kayode Writes On The ''Killing Of 105 Soldiers By Boko Haram'' by abbey621(m): 2:38pm On Nov 25|
One thing always baffles me about Nigeria. People are dying serving their country, even if the government tried to do a cover up, what about the families? 105 +34 deaths and the families kept quiet? This is strange and makes me believe that it's all just an hoax. If FFK truly wanted to sound patriotic, he should find some of these families and let them vent locally and internationally, that is the only to shine the light on this matter otherwise he's just a noisemaker!
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|Business / Re: The High Value Of The Naira In The Eighties (Picture Proof) by abbey621(m): 9:55pm On Nov 24|
Hahahahaha.....pathetic! I applaud your creativity
|Business / Re: The High Value Of The Naira In The Eighties (Picture Proof) by abbey621(m): 9:38pm On Nov 24|
E don dey pain am! So you agree that the dollar hiked instead of being steady as you first proclaimed, case closed dummy
|Business / Re: The High Value Of The Naira In The Eighties (Picture Proof) by abbey621(m): 9:22pm On Nov 24|
Of all the dummies on Nairaland, you are the worst of all! You've managed to prove my point in your miserable attempt to sound wise. In 2008 Naira was in the 130s, in 2011 in the 150s, in 2013 in the 180s and 2014 in the 190s and above according to bank rate, is this what you called steady? I pity the mugu that paid your school fees because you are obviously a product of a failed educational system!
|Business / Re: The High Value Of The Naira In The Eighties (Picture Proof) by abbey621(m): 8:11pm On Nov 24|
If you noticed carefully, you'll see that it's not really that Naira was strong but more about dollar being weak due to the USA experiencing a recession, even currencies like the Australian dollar and Canadian dollar(Countries with poor economy during the 80s) held their value against the dollar. Not until the second year of Ronald Reagan's presidency did the U.S dollar rebound, coincidentally the Naira began losing its value around the same period from 1984 t0 1993, the Naira witnessed the most dramatic loss in value followed by 2011 to present date.
|Politics / Re: Senate Asks Nigerians If They Should Invite Buhari Over The Fuel Scarcity (Pic) by abbey621(m): 7:23pm On Nov 24|
Ignorance! Who is the petroleum minister, who is the president? The same person right! Can you summon one without the order, didirin!
|Politics / Re: Senate Asks Nigerians If They Should Invite Buhari Over The Fuel Scarcity (Pic) by abbey621(m): 5:14pm On Nov 24|
Awon ode, which nation do you see Congress summoning a sitting president and he or she actually shows up?
|Politics / Re: Kogi State Election Public Notice Coming From INEC by abbey621(m): 4:06pm On Nov 24|
Fake letterhead, how can the paper be straight yet the wordings be slanted? Either they typed it in a hurry or this is the work of a mediocre desktop publisher.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Turkey Shoots Down Russian Jet Near Syrian Border by abbey621(m): 2:40pm On Nov 24|
Oh, misty eye of the mountain below. Keep careful watch of my brothers' souls. And should the sky be filled with fire and smoke. Keep watching over Durin's sons. If this is to end in fire, then we should all burn together. Watch the flames climb high into the night.
Calling out father oh, stand by and we will watch the flames burn auburn on the mountain side. And if we should die tonight then we should all die together. Raise a glass of wine for the last time
Calling out father oh! Prepare as we will watch the flames burn auburn on the mountain side. Desolation comes upon the sky!
Now I see fire! Inside the mountain. I see fire! Burning the trees. And I see fire! Hollowing souls. I see fire, blood in the breeze. And I hope that you remember me! There was a country once called Turkey.....R.I.P
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|Family / Re: My Dad Wishes Me Death, Please Help by abbey621(m): 2:00am On Nov 24|
OP- I'm going to be very frank with you! As a child all the way till my first year in the university I was flogged often and mercilessly by my father and/or uncle. The worst thing with my father is that he didn't just stop at the flogging, he would deprive me of food, make me walk to school during my secondary school days and as if that was not bad enough, he wouldn't stop speaking bad about me everywhere he went. I've been embarrassed publicly many times by him and I often wondered if I was adopted or stolen. I grew a deep hatred for him but things changed all of a sudden when I decided to stay away and be a MAN! I decided to stay in school and hustle, I would cut grass, beg, even sold handouts just to survive. This single act of courage stopped all the maltreatment, he started seeing me more as independent and would often tell people that he doesn't know why I don't come to see him, he doesn't know why I don't ask for money or for him to pay my school fees. OP You have to be strong and claim your independence, it's not about fighting him or being rude, it's about removing that layer of dependency and being your own person. This is your father's point of view, he feeds you, clothes you and provides shelter for you, he basically owns you! This is the way most African parents think and until you prove that you are not a leech, he'll continue to maltreat you. I just laughed when I read your post because to most people 48 strokes seems brutal but to me I don chop am many times, I've been punched, kicked even bashed on the head with a kondo all by the same man but today I thank God, 15 years ago I couldn't even dream of a peaceful life and that peaceful life did not come until I let go of all the hatred. Free your mind young lad and look at the bigger picture!
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|Crime / Re: Man Declared Wanted For Withdrawing N45m Mistakenly Credited Into His Account by abbey621(m): 2:55pm On Nov 23|
How does someone withdrawal 45 million from his bank account without the bank conducting a review. This just shows how backward most Nigerian banks are. Best thing for this man is to do a name change immediately, this way he can continue living his life in a remote part of town or village.
|Politics / Re: Buhari Meets Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, Leader Of The Islamic Revolution (Pi by abbey621(m): 2:44pm On Nov 23|
Ignorance of the highest order! The Ayatollah is not the leader of ISIS, the Ayatollah is the supreme leader of Iran. In an attempt to paint the president as an extremist, you ignorant wailers can't even do proper research, how pathetic are your lives right now? Merely looking at the source alone makes me chuckle and before you all start screaming that the Ayatollah is an extremist, remember 90% of the world leaders have had a meeting with him at one point or the other, the Ayatollah is more powerful than most presidents or prime ministers in the Middle-East.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Mali's Hotel Attack; Terrorist Freeing Those Who Could Recite The Quran. by abbey621(m): 1:21pm On Nov 21|
Epic reply from a goat with nothing to offer. I have just quoted you, waiting for you to ruin my PC, if you don't ruin it then your entire lineage is bastardized!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Mali's Hotel Attack; Terrorist Freeing Those Who Could Recite The Quran. by abbey621(m): 12:08pm On Nov 21|
Funny you should mention business, my second degree is an MBA with a concentration in Information Technology. When you use the word "ALL" to mean 98% it shows pure ignorance! For example: 98% of Christians pay tithe therefore ALL Christians pay tithe. Can you see how illogical it sounds? That's your first lesson, free of charge, no need to thank me!
When I mentioned I minored in theology that does not mean the degree itself was in theology, you really need to expose yourself to global education, once again ignorance is to blame!
Lastly, if I resided in Nigeria, I would have been worried about your income joke but seeing as I probably make more money than you've seen in your entire lifetime in just a year, I'll let you slide
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Mali's Hotel Attack; Terrorist Freeing Those Who Could Recite The Quran. by abbey621(m): 11:57am On Nov 21|
I'm really getting tired of people not knowing what they are talking about. Where did you get the fact that all terrorist groups are Muslims?
Let me help you out here and outline the basics:
1. A Muslim is well versed in the Quran. You might speak Arabic but that does not make you a Muslim, many of these terrorist speak Arabic because they are from the Middle East but some of them have no religion or are pagans.
2. A Muslim does not battle or kill innocent people. This is one of the principles of the Islamic religion.
3. A Muslim killing other Muslims cannot be called a Muslim. ISIS and Boko Haram have killed more Muslims than most of you people will ever know but the media would have you believe they only kill Christians. A reporter recently interviewed a former ISIS recruit and discovered most of them couldn't even read the Quran, so tell me how can you call them Muslims? Could it be that your idea of a Muslim is anyone that can speak Arabic?
In conclusion, the Islamic world is in trouble because of misguided souls and extremism but real Muslims are speaking out against terrorism such as ISIS and Boko Haram. Many want peace but the truth is there's no reasoning with terrorist, they should be captured and disposed off in anyway possible as they are not only a danger to Christians but to everyone in the world!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Mali's Hotel Attack; Terrorist Freeing Those Who Could Recite The Quran. by abbey621(m): 10:08am On Nov 21|
Can you see why I said you should have read your books? First you said all terrorist are Muslims, now you've changed it to 98% of terrorism has a link to Islam. Hey bastaaard what happened to the other 2%? Unlike some of you trolls copying verses out of the Quran to justify your hatred, I actually minored in theology for my third degree; apart from that coming from parents with mixed religion has helped me understand more about the different perspectives. So I laugh when I see dumbass comments from ignorant Nairalanders like yourself, my advice to you is to stick to tribalism as religious topics are obviously too complicated for your limited I.Q!
|Romance / Re: As A Nigerian Man, Can You Do This?? by abbey621(m): 8:21pm On Nov 20|
If a woman can't cook, wash or iron, what exactly differentiates her from a chick on the streets. Well I guess there's a difference between a woman and a wife. Any wife worth anything would know how to cook, wash and/or iron, you might not be the best at it, you might not do it all the time but knowing you've got those essential skills makes you more than just a piece of flesh! Thank Goodness with modernization, most people take the stress out of cooking by going to restaurants or buying food outside maybe once or twice a week. With modernization we have washing machine and dryers, so no excuse!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Mali's Hotel Attack; Terrorist Freeing Those Who Could Recite The Quran. by abbey621(m): 7:41pm On Nov 20|
When they ask you to concentrate on your studies you were busy playing ball, see your life now! Adolf Hitler, Norwegian bomber, Timothy McVeigh and so on, all of them were Muslims abi, you should be flogged!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Mali's Hotel Attack; Terrorist Freeing Those Who Could Recite The Quran. by abbey621(m): 7:03pm On Nov 20|
What religion do you practice, if it is Christianity are you not ashamed of it? From the raping of young boys by Catholic priests to the lavish lifestyle the famous pastors are living, are you not ashamed! History clearly proves Christianity is one of the most deadliest religions ever from the Holy Roman Catholic Church to Adolf Hitler to the KKK but we all seem to forget easily. Is the Muslim community in trouble, yes it is but just like Christianity had its revolution, Islam must have it 's own too and be free from the extremists!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Mali's Hotel Attack; Terrorist Freeing Those Who Could Recite The Quran. by abbey621(m): 6:58pm On Nov 20|
It's quite unfortunate that the ones claiming to be intelligent are actually the most ignorant of all. I would have loved to pick apart all your points but it would be a waste of time. So I'll just pick on two:
What do you mean by that Islam is peaceful when the peaceful Qur'an encourages terrorism?.....
How does the Quran encourage terrorism? Are you referring to the violent references in the Quran? Is it any different from the ones in the Bible? I suggest you take a look at the Bible reading the old and new testament before thinking one religion is better than the other!
Quran (2:216) - "Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth, and ye know not." Not only does this verse establish that violence can be virtuous, but it also contradicts the myth that fighting is intended only in self-defense, since the audience was obviously not under attack at the time. From the Hadith, we know that this verse was narrated at a time that Muhammad was actually trying to motivate his people into raiding merchant caravans for loot.
Fighting is ordained for Muslims in order to defend themselves and their rights, as well as the rights of others. You have foolishly taken a verse out of context in order to justify your ill-conceived premise. The fighting ordained by God in the Qur’an is the fighting to establish justice and security in the land, and this is a duty upon all human beings. We will always hope for peace, but we must realize that without justice, freedom, rights and equity, peace will never be able to survive. You have failed to keep in mind that this was written at a time much different from nowadays, much like the Old testament of the Bible.
Quran (2:191-193) - "And kill them wherever you find them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out. And Al-Fitnah [disbelief or unrest] is worse than killing...
Before u start reading the Quran u should know the background of that surah, for example in this chapter, Allah ordered to kill the non-believers; you should know when this surah was revealed. It was revealed when they were being attacked by The Quraish (enemy) and they were brutally attacking Muslims when they were praying, torturing them, killing innocent Muslims, etc. Allah told them to defend themselves by attacking the Quraish. This was completely for self defense. For example, If someone is going to attack and kill you, would you just sit there and do nothing or defend yourself? A lot of verses in the Quran were meant for that particular period of time just the same way some verses in the Bible are just not practicable in the modern world.
You and the terrorists have one thing in common and that is ignorance! They kill because of their ignorance and you hate from your own ignorance!
|Politics / Re: Family Of Diezani Alison-madueke Outraged By Dele Momodu's Visit To Her - Lawyer by abbey621(m): 3:06pm On Nov 19|
E ba mi kigbe Ole ====OLE! OLE!! OLE!!!
|Career / Re: I Work With A Dead Man's Certificate: I Need Help..please HELP A Nlder by abbey621(m): 2:53pm On Nov 19|
And you expect people to believe this? SMH! I give it to you though, you are very creative, a genius in the making.
1: You did a name change how? Legally or you just took over the name without doing it in court?
2: No one in your school recognized you or your friend, how big is your department?
3: Course adviser in a Nigerian university I never knew they had so much power to change your name and seal records, no need for H.O.D again
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