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|NYSC / Re: Sexual Promiscuity By Married Women At NYSC Camps by abbey621(m): 2:32pm On Dec 09|
How many married women and men do we have serving? Less than 5% of the total NYSC population. Majority of them are not promiscuous so I don't know where OP got the wrong information from, perhaps the way most women call their boyfriend 'husband' gives this impression
|Celebrities / Re: Linda Ikeji Buys A 2016 Range Rover Autobiography (photos) by abbey621(m): 2:33pm On Dec 07|
Blogging alone will not give you 30k dollars in a year not to talk of almost 200k, even the more experienced bloggers over the world can't deny this. I think she is making money with her name more than her blog. Politicians, celebrities and companies would sponsor her to show at their event, either way I commend her hustle!
|Celebrities / Re: Linda Ikeji Buys A 2016 Range Rover Autobiography (photos) by abbey621(m): 11:15pm On Dec 06|
Some ignoramus would still come here and call her a blogger. She's a pure hustler and a go getter but blogging can't fetch this kind of money. Very proud of her, a mansion, a super car, all she needs now is a child to continue the legacy
|Literature / Re: Jimmy Carter Got Me My Green Card, I Never Applied For It-soyinka by abbey621(m): 1:22pm On Dec 06|
Will you stop this nonsense! Spreading false news is going to end up hurting you in the long run as nobody would ever take you seriously. Find something constructive to do please!
|Literature / Re: "I Threw Away My Green Card" – Soyinka by abbey621(m): 5:23pm On Dec 01|
The man is old so I think we can all forgive his errors. He should peacefully enjoy Nigeria or equally denounce Nigeria due to the fact that the things he accused Trump of doing or capable of doing are equally evident in Nigeria right now. Prof. should be outraged by the level of poverty, the cluelessness of the government and the abuse of human rights in Nigeria. He should go on AIT or NTA and burn his Nigerian passport too....silly old man!
|Politics / Re: Osinbajo Launches End Child Marriage In Nigeria Program by abbey621(m): 4:40pm On Nov 29|
It is only an ignorant person that would believe child marriages can be stopped in any part of Nigeria especially the North. For Northerners, they have religious, societal and political backing to continue marrying young girls, in fact no law can exist to stop this practice! What we should be after is the total education of our Northern folks, once the parents become more educated, it would gradually not be accepted for a 10 year old to become Alhaji's wife. Reduce poverty, provide jobs and educate the people and there would be no need for child marriages!
|Business / Re: MMM Nigeria: Ponzi Scheme, Robbing Peter To Pay Paul? TheGuardian by abbey621(m): 2:47pm On Nov 22|
Where do Nairaland get people like you from? Just read what you wrote, if you have any form of reasoning, you would realize certain people don't need MMM to make it in life. If half of the people participating in MMM have credible decent paying jobs, they would not participate. As for your theory on movement or business, answer one question: What happens when someone that received help decides not to give help? Save your sermon for people in your class and stay in your lane!
|Politics / Re: The Second Coming Of Goodluck Jonathan - Dele Momodu by abbey621(m): 11:58pm On Nov 19|
Seriously have we ran out of ideas? Let's agree that Buhari is a mistake, must we keep recycling past leaders because the present ones are incompetent? When will the madness stop? In a sane country people like GEJ, Buhari, Obasanjo will never be a senator not to talk of president, we seriously need the youths to wake up and make Nigeria great again!
|Family / Re: John Edobor Caught In Bed With Another Lady (Pics) by abbey621(m): 1:02pm On Nov 18|
This is nonsense! If this is the best defense Ivie's lawyers can up with against John then they are incompetent. All it takes is a medical test to know if the lady actually aborted a pregnancy within the past year, this will buttress John's point that his wife and him were intimate within the past 2 years. Let's now examine the other evidence, the school receipt, the chat logs, the financial statements. It is clear here that the only missing testimony is that of the man Ivie slept with, a proper investigator would get that testimony and this would make the case much more clearer.
|Crime / Re: Nigerian Man Jailed In The UK After Lady Tapes Him Sexually Assaulting Her by abbey621(m): 2:23am On Nov 18|
So was the guy pulling her pants down in the car? I feel this was premeditated or a set up.
|Celebrities / Re: Photos From Olamide Adebayo's Traditional Wedding, Becomes Second Wife by abbey621(m): 7:34pm On Nov 17|
|Celebrities / Re: Photos From Olamide Adebayo's Traditional Wedding, Becomes Second Wife by abbey621(m): 7:27pm On Nov 17|
Ode....I'm a Muslim too!
|Crime / Re: Nigerian Man Jailed In The UK After Lady Tapes Him Sexually Assaulting Her by abbey621(m): 7:17pm On Nov 17|
I can bet you that his lawyer is a public defender and not a lawyer that he actually paid for. What a sorry form of defense. I'm not saying the guy is innocent but some things do not add up:
1: How many girls do you know when their pants are being pulled down would grab her phone and press the record button?
2: Where did the assault occur? Let's examine the quote,
Odukoya had on the day he attacked the lady, met her at a night out with some of his friends. He offered to give her a lift which she accepted. Odukoya then dropped off his other friends at their homes before heading back to his flat with his victim who was already drunk.
The bold part alone tells me the girl was not actually drunk and knew exactly what she was doing, unless this quote is trying to insinuate that the guy was puling down her pants in the car?
3. Finally, we need to know the nationality of the girl involved, a regular U.K girl is just not trained to react this way. Sounds more like a Nigerian girl wey sharp pass sharp!
|Celebrities / Re: Photos From Olamide Adebayo's Traditional Wedding, Becomes Second Wife by abbey621(m): 6:16pm On Nov 17|
Their religion allows it so it's no problem as long as the groom does not maltreat one and favor the other. Most of these girls complaining already have more than one boyfriend yet they are quick to rebuke a girl that settles for what she can get instead of waiting on one imaginary prince charming, even the whites have started having mistresses that would bear a child for them on the sides, let no one deceive you!
|Crime / Re: Man Says Thief Burnt In Lagos "Deserves To Die" by abbey621(m): 3:08pm On Nov 17|
It's easy to condemn the act until you have been personally involved. When you have lost loved ones and family members are now paranoid just because of a senseless attack, when this happens no amount of compassion can stop you from seeking justice. Our police and security operatives have failed us, our politicians and government officials have also failed us. In a society where thieves and killers rule the day, NEVER EVER blame the masses when they REVOLT!
|Education / Re: Nigeria Has Highest Number Of African Students In The U.S -- Open Door Report by abbey621(m): 2:35pm On Nov 17|
Before nko, shey na devil dey solve your own problems?
|Education / Re: Nigeria Has Highest Number Of African Students In The U.S -- Open Door Report by abbey621(m): 1:35pm On Nov 17|
The problem with this statistic is that it fails to differentiate between those that are actually schooling and those who used student visa as a means of permanently relocating to the U.S. For the latter, most of them will receive the shock of their lives when they receive their deportation notice. For the ones actually schooling, carry on and reach for the highest honors!
|Politics / Re: Trump Will Stop Buhari From Islamizing Nigeria – Fani-kayode by abbey621(m): 1:10pm On Nov 17|
When will you people learn, Trump has zero plans for Africa. He could care less if Nigeria is Islamized or not. There are enough problems here in the U.S for him to start worrying about 16th century politics. Buhari was voted in by Nigerians and only Nigerians alone can remove him!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 3:13am On Nov 17|
Ethnic grocery store? Now you're just sounding ridiculous! I can't blame you tho,you are still a boy getting fed by mama and papa in Uyo and probably never visited the airport not to talk of stepping on U.S soil. As an auditor I should probe your mental status as they are clearly deficient in terms of soft and hard controls. I've had fun so far but I'm actually starting to pity you, so much ignorance and the little that you know are fragments copied off of the internet with no research whatsoever coming from within. You worry so much about my qualifications when just a little research would give you the information you seek through social media. It's been fun but this much ignorance is too much for any man to take.....shalom!
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 2:12am On Nov 17|
I was not born here but gained permanent residency through my father who married a citizen back in the 80s.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 2:10am On Nov 17|
Honestly you have a comprehension problem and now I understand where your bias comes from, you are one of those CNN watching socialist. Let me repeat my stance, all illegal immigrants are criminals. They have broken the law and should be deported but just because I believe that does not mean it will happen. Your Washington post article also mentions that the figure could be up to 1.9 million if we count legal immigrants convicted of felonies that causes them to lose their legal status. Learn to read carefully instead of jumping at every article you see! As for your shade on my qualifications, you couldn't be more ignorant if you think that an Olabisi Onabanjo University degree is what I used to rise into a management position at the biggest insurance firm in the U.S. I would love to enlighten you more but it's 8pm here and I need to read my son a bedtime story
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 1:36am On Nov 17|
First of all, I voted for Trump and my academic qualifications are on the high end so I resent your statement about "poorly educated voters".Next, if you kept up with recent events, you would know that Trump's plan is to deport the illegals that have been found guilty of criminal offenses. This is in the range of 2 to 3 million, he would then deport additional people as approved per Congress so it is possible about 6 million or more illegal immigrants might get some kind of amnesty through a reform. Next, from 2009 till now Obama has deported over 3 million people so stop acting as if deportation is such a hard thing to do, America is one of the most sophisticated countries in terms of logistics so don't worry about that. Finally the fact that I agree with you on immigration reform does not mean I support your entire argument, read my premise and you'll understand why I agree with immigration reform.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 12:24am On Nov 17|
Sorry to say but your mentality is a Nigerian one and not that of a sophisticated society. Do you know that Obama has deported more illegal immigrants than the past 3 presidents combined? The only reason there are no outrage is because of the biased media. The first thing you must accept is that everyone that overstays their visa or comes to the US illegally have broken the law. Once you acknowledge that then you must ask yourself does the U.S have laws against this, if the answer is yes then the law must be enforced. Everyone has a good reason for breaking the law but that does not take away the crime, I have no doubt that there would be some kind of immigration reform but there would also be a lot of deportation. Finally there are lots of Americans willing to do the jobs you described but the greed of the business world makes business owners seek the services of illegal immigrants who are underpaid and most don't file taxes. Trust me it costs nothing to give temporary visas to odd job workers but U.S law demands that they be paid a fair wage, this is why illegal immigrants thrive in America.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 11:06pm On Nov 16|
It's not about working hard, if you broke the law you must face the consequence. A country is not a country if it does not have it's laws enforced and it's borders protected. My main argument against illegal immigration is simple, those that are willing to wait at the embassy and follow proper protocols are they stupid? The U.S grants more visas and green cards than any other nation on the planet yet the illegals still try to out game the system, this was okay when the U.S economy was still vibrant but now that the nation is 20 Trillion dollars in debt, even natural born citizens are feeling the heat.
|Business / Re: We Are Investigating MMM Ponzi Scheme — EFCC by abbey621(m): 9:17pm On Nov 16|
We know a promoter when we see one, you are just spewing rubbish and mixing everything together. No evidence to back up your claim,I doubt if you even know the brains behind MMM
|Business / Re: We Are Investigating MMM Ponzi Scheme — EFCC by abbey621(m): 8:43pm On Nov 16|
You named less than 10 countries, please at least name 30 so I can take you seriously even China that you mentioned,they are no longer operational there as the government has declared them illegal, I see you also mentioned USA tell me what kind of weed have you been smoking? Listen to yourself, would you like a company from Russia selling insurance in Nigeria without the approval of the government? Can such a company ever do such rubbish in a country like the USA or the UK? Why must we always encourage scams in Nigeria? Why!
|Business / Re: We Are Investigating MMM Ponzi Scheme — EFCC by abbey621(m): 8:32pm On Nov 16|
My mindset has served me well than most people here on Nairaland. What separates the whites from blacks most times is that when it comes to investing and making financial decisions they don't just jump in without doing their research. Someone comes from Russia and dumps a scheme on Nigerians and due to the poverty and the desperation,most people buy into it. When it eventually crashes, the promoters will be nowhere to be found leaving the consumers as victims! Any scheme or company that refuses to be regulated or registered with the government of the country they are operating in should be met with skepticism, they pay now but what is the guarantee that they won't do the same thing they did in Russia and China?
|Business / Re: We Are Investigating MMM Ponzi Scheme — EFCC by abbey621(m): 8:21pm On Nov 16|
Are you seriously asking this? A few things that comes to mind, a better scheme comes along promising 40% or more returns. War and terrorism, crash of the internet, government taxation and regulations.....etc.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 7:56pm On Nov 16|
Oh yea forgot about that,wish they can bring that back so my people can come here lawfully. Hopefully after they deport the illegals, they can give Nigerians another chance
|Business / Re: We Are Investigating MMM Ponzi Scheme — EFCC by abbey621(m): 7:53pm On Nov 16|
You made my point again, whether it's new entrants or those already there, when participation goes down, the scheme collapses. I also like your analysis of 118 countries, do you mind naming those countries? I know for a fact that it has been banned in more than 20 countries
|Business / Re: We Are Investigating MMM Ponzi Scheme — EFCC by abbey621(m): 7:41pm On Nov 16|
Thanks for validating my point,the scheme collapses when participation decreases.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 7:39pm On Nov 16|
I don't owe you any explanation, but to satisfy your curiosity the answer is number 4.
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