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|Politics / Re: Yoruba Agenda: Stop Deceiving People, Falana Tells Afenifere by abbey621(m): 1:46pm On Mar 02|
Oga keep quiet jor! Everybody knows Afenifere is as irrelevant as the 'P' in psychology. The truth remains that the only recognized Yoruba leader right now is Bola Tinubu, good or bad at least he's able to make things happen and fight for change not like some old goats blinded by money.
|Politics / Re: APC Formed To Install A Northerner As President - EDWIN CLARK by abbey621(m): 5:44pm On Feb 27|
What is the benefit of picking Fashola when he won't be able to win in the north or Rochas who can't even win in the south south or southwest. APC installed the best candidate with the best chance of pulling votes from all sections of the country, forget tribal/religious sentiments and think for yourself!
|Family / Re: I Can Beat My Wife And Yes, I'll Beat Her. by abbey621(m): 5:08pm On Feb 24|
Any woman can be slapped or beaten if she deserves it. We are all humans, I've learnt to never say never when it comes to relationships. Women are always quick to cry foul whenever issues of domestic violence comes on but if we carefully analyze majority of domestic violence situations, women were the instigators especially in western cultures(My uncle's wife slapped my grandma, my uncle slapped her back, she called police accused him of domestic violence. Uncle lost his house and his freedom).
My advice to real men out there, if a woman starts demanding equal rights in your home, get rid of her. If she doesn't see you as the head of the household, you're only going to get frustrated and we all know what frustration leads to....... Finally there are several ways to deal with a woman besides hitting her, a wise man should educate himself on a few of these methods, it pays far more than violence!
|Family / Re: See What This Wife Did To Her Husband(pic) by abbey621(m): 6:18pm On Feb 23|
It's post like this that really makes me question some people. You want to propose 7 year jail term for domestic abuse, when majority of Nigerian ladies depend on their spouse for financial support, I believe such laws would just put the family in more harm. Whatevr happened to counselling, rehab and so on., why is it that in Nigeria we always take things to the extreme? Furthermore, did you ever consider that domestic abuse could also happen when females are the aggressor, would you also recommend 7 years of jail time in such a situation?
|Romance / Re: Signs Of A Potential Wife-Beater by abbey621(m): 2:21pm On Feb 23|
It's a pity most of you ladies are able to detect signs but still find yourselves in such a situation. This goes to show that when we talk about matters of the heart anything can happen at any time. Some women will provoke their man to the point that he is forced to get physical, some do it thru nagging, others do it by cheating or even striking first. I've seen men say with big conviction that they'll never hit a woman but only for life to put them in such a situation, life is funny that way.
|Celebrities / Re: Fans Attack Basket Mouth For 'insulting' Nigerians On Facebook. (see Pics...) by abbey621(m): 9:46pm On Feb 22|
Some Nigerians and their frustrated souls, they never seem to amaze me. If you are hungry and stressed out just say so instead of bashing a comedian for speaking his mind. When Celebs perform abroad they are treated with much respect, nothing like begging but in Nigeria touts plenty everywhere, the guy just dey do comparative analysis, why una dey get high blood pressure?
|Romance / Re: What To Do If Your Man Watches Porn by abbey621(m): 2:11pm On Feb 21|
There's nothing wrong in watching it as long as you know when to stop. Forget the religious crap, it actually helps men perform better in bed. There's nothing more sexier than a woman who watches porn with you and afterwards practiced what was watched
|Politics / Re: Federal Government To Send Job Creation Bill To National Assembly by abbey621(m): 11:37pm On Feb 17|
One good thing that will come out of this election is that whoever becomes president will be heavily scrutinized and monitored. Nigerians are no longer sleeping, imagine Job creation bill after how many years
|Family / Re: Does Infidelity Make One A Bad Spouse? by abbey621(m): 3:15pm On Feb 16|
The golden rule is treat others the way you want to be treated, if you cheat on a spouse that never cheated on you, then you have broken this rule and no amount of goodwill can change this fact until you repent. Now let's be realistic it's a lot harder for men to be faithful than women because most women fear being judged by society and most men believe that as long as they buy gifts and take care of the woman financially they can do and undo. The fact still remains anybody can be unfaithful, anyone can make a mistake but what you do after matters alot! Would you repent or continue towards the path of destruction?
|Politics / Re: Buhari's Wife Implicates Her Husband by abbey621(m): 1:25pm On Feb 14|
Seriously some Nigerians are just dumb, there's no doubt about it! When GMB said he borrowed 25m for nomination form, people automatically assumed that he's broke not knowing that some of the wealthiest people in the world do business on credit or borrowing. The more money you have, the more banks and other lending facilities are willing to give you a loan, even Dangote owes the bank some money. Nigerians should stop all these nonsense distractions and focus on real issues, how can we call ourselves people of a great nation when an election is decided by certificates and propaganda instead of the status of the economy and the safety of the people.
|Travel / Re: On A Road Trip to rural America,come With Me by abbey621(m): 9:53pm On Feb 12|
I think Nigerians need a refresher course on the meaning of rural, urban and metropolitan areas. The photos clearly shows this is not a rural town, rural areas in the United States shows large farmlands, cornfields, animal stock and so on.
|Politics / Re: Buhari Accepts Bible Gift At Meeting With Northern Christians by abbey621(m): 5:08pm On Feb 12|
And why should he accept Jesus? Are you trying to impose your religion on him?? The man as a sign of respect accepted the gift, that alone is remarkable considering he's a very strong believer of Islam.
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|Politics / Re: Obasanjo: It’s An Insult To Question Buhari’s Credentials by abbey621(m): 12:07pm On Feb 12|
This is not new to me or any well meaning Nigerian. It's only those religious/tribal/sentimental people that would continue focusing on certificate, as if running a country is by certificate, we can all see where a PHD holder has led us. Seriously, we need to talk more about unemployment, security, the economy and so on. I will gladly vote PDP if they can show me a viable, concise plan for the next four years, I will vote for them if they can show me a plan that is different from what we have witnessed since 2011. Let's put all these certificate issues and other propaganda aside, its just a waste of time!
|Politics / Re: Obasanjo Warns Of Coup, Isn't That Treasonable? by abbey621(m): 3:40pm On Feb 11|
I completely agree!
|Politics / Re: Obasanjo Warns Of Coup, Isn't That Treasonable? by abbey621(m): 1:52pm On Feb 11|
Those who insult OBJ are obviously dead brain fools. This man knows how the military works, the elements are ripe for a coup. When you take a clueless president pair it up with an aggressive opposition, add religious/tribal/sentimental issues and top it off with terrorist/militant hostility, you create a nation of instability, a nation of chaos, a nation ungovernable by civilians! The president should put measures in place to make sure such a thing does not happen, any attempt to rig the election or delay the election further will surely result in chaos. The world is watching.....
|Politics / Re: The End Of Buhari’s Presidential Candidacy - Femi Aribisala by abbey621(m): 9:27pm On Feb 10|
You guys are so funny, prejury really?? Don't make me laugh! To convict someone of prejury you would have to prove that he lied willingfully and prove intent. Something INEC, the military board and PDP lawyers can't possibly prove. In addition, if APC can show that GMB used the same academic qualifications to contest previous elections then the burden of proof becomes very difficult.
|Politics / Re: INEC Hasn't Officially Announced Election Postponement Yet by abbey621(m): 3:06pm On Feb 07|
Good for you, everyone with his or her choice. For some people the suffering is too much and are willing to try anything else, for others life is good and are willing to maintain the status quo....
|Politics / Re: INEC Hasn't Officially Announced Election Postponement Yet by abbey621(m): 2:36pm On Feb 07|
Then you don't want change badly enough, your case is just like the businessman who invests in the same product year after year expecting different outcome, at which point in time do you take a chance and go with another product? Do you judge a book by its cover? If this current government works for you, vote PDP. If change is what you want, then the only option is to vote APC, it's that simple. You can't eat your cake and have it!
|Politics / Re: Jonathan In Presence Of Osinbajo Receives Loud Ovations At Reedemed Camp by abbey621(m): 2:30pm On Feb 07|
I expected him to get a friendly cheer from the crows, after all it is a religious gathering and there's no place for enemity or hatred but don't confuse that with support. Majority of people are going to vote based on the events from 2011 till now, if the Nigerian government made your life better and safer from 2011 till now, by all means vote GEJ, vote for PDP. If the Nigerian government made life more stressful and dangerous from 2011 till now then vote for change, vote APC. Remove sentiments, remove religion/tribalism and vote for your conscience!
|Politics / Re: Group Supplies ICC With Evidence Linking Buhari To 2011 Post-election Violence by abbey621(m): 12:13am On Feb 07|
I continue to laugh in swahili! They keep claiming that there are plenty of evidence that he's behind the 2011 violence, some even say he's the Boko Haram sponsor yet not one evidence can stand in court. Even the clueless one knows this, this is why Buhari is still a free man. Take him to court or shut your mouths! Can you imagine from 2011 to 2014, the lawyer must have been sleeping because I can't imagine it takes that long to gather evidence or is it the fact that Buhari has gained so much support compared to 2011 and the opposition is at a point of desperation?
|Celebrities / Re: Dbanj Is Not Broke: 10 Differences Between Dbanj & Donjazzy by abbey621(m): 6:00pm On Feb 06|
Is this guy for real, just look at the bolded statements! Next time you want to write a piece on a social forum, kindly state at the beginning
IMO or that this is just your opinion and not facts
|Politics / Re: BAKARE BOMBSHELL: How I Was Forced To Sign Resignation Letter As VP Candidate by abbey621(m): 4:48pm On Feb 06|
Baboon stop trying to justify yourself, even the parts in red shows your ignorance, they don't have to be impeached, they could resign voluntarily and the senate president will take over before a fresh election. The more you try to sound intelligent the more ignorant you look. See fool trying to school me on taking things within or out of context, your whole premise is invalidated by your lack of comprehension, taking one part of the constitution and using it without looking at the remaining parts. I repeat, you are nothing but a demented character looking for solace in the ignorant bliss of your own madness, freaking baboon!
|Politics / Re: BAKARE BOMBSHELL: How I Was Forced To Sign Resignation Letter As VP Candidate by abbey621(m): 4:14pm On Feb 06|
Listen up hegoat, if not that you are daft and careless, you would have used that same context to look at my points before rebukking it. If you read the constitution like I pointed out, you would know that my points are valid. I can clearly tell from your writings that part of your brain lacks oxygen otherwise you won't talk to me about context, your entire premise is based on taking things out of context, baboon!
|Politics / Re: BAKARE BOMBSHELL: How I Was Forced To Sign Resignation Letter As VP Candidate by abbey621(m): 3:02pm On Feb 06|
If not that you are a nuisance, read the bolded words carefully and see if what you wrote afterwards makes sense. If a president is dead, the VP becomes president and can choose another VP, everybody knows that. My point was in the case where we lost both the president and VP, the senate leader takes over. If you can't comprehend simple English then you better educate yourself. Furthermore, by your fantasy you actually believe the scenario: Buhari elected==> Buhari dies, VP Osibanjo becomes president and appoints Tinubu as his VP==> Osibanjo Resigns or dies and Tinubu takes over, I think you've watched too many Nollywood movies!
146. (1) The Vice-President shall hold the office of President if the office of President becomes vacant by reason of death or resignation, impeachment, permanent incapacity or the removal of the President from office for any other reason in accordance with section 143 of this Constitution.
(2) Where any vacancy occurs in the circumstances mentioned in subsection (1) of this section during a period when the office of Vice-President is also vacant, the President of the Senate shall hold the office of President for a period of not more than three months, during which there shall be an election of a new President, who shall hold office for the unexpired term of office of the last holder of the office.
So who's the fool here, you freaking baboon!
|Politics / Re: BAKARE BOMBSHELL: How I Was Forced To Sign Resignation Letter As VP Candidate by abbey621(m): 12:55pm On Feb 06|
You are the fool here, I suggest you go and read the constitution, if the VP resigns or dies, the senate leader becomes the next president. Your ignorance is amazing, before you come here and argue blindly how about you do some research you freaking baboon!
|Politics / Re: BAKARE BOMBSHELL: How I Was Forced To Sign Resignation Letter As VP Candidate by abbey621(m): 3:02am On Feb 06|
Plenty people with head but no brains. Even if Buhari dies and VP is forced to resign, according to the constitution Tinubu can never become president without a fresh election. This is nothing but a cheap attempt to cause controversy but whether you goats like it or not, Nigerians have decided, it's going to be the clueless GEJ or the experienced Buhari, take it or leave it!
|Politics / Re: Give The Youths A Chance. Say No To Recycled Leaders. by abbey621(m): 11:04pm On Feb 03|
And you are arguing blindly, show me a leader in the world that has performed magnificently because of his age. Show me a leader in the world that has not performed well due to his age and his age alone. You'll be surprised that it is those old aged leaders that outperform their young counterparts. For your information, some of the worst dictators in the world are youths
|Politics / Re: Give The Youths A Chance. Say No To Recycled Leaders. by abbey621(m): 10:45pm On Feb 03|
Can you see your life? First you protest against his age, now it's about his qualifications? So there's a real difference between 70 and 73 Like I said I won't argue with you too much, age is useless when compared to experience.
|Politics / Re: Give The Youths A Chance. Say No To Recycled Leaders. by abbey621(m): 10:04pm On Feb 03|
Google Ronald Reagan and find out how old he was when he was president or Prime minister Jong of Netherland(99yrs old) or Napolitano of Italy or Peres of Isreal, my guy do your research and see how age is not a factor. Age has nothing on your quality of leadership, in Nigeria we are focused on worthless things such as age, religion and ethnicity when the real qualities we should be looking at is experience, communication and effectiveness.
|Politics / Re: Give The Youths A Chance. Say No To Recycled Leaders. by abbey621(m): 9:31pm On Feb 03|
Sho gbadun, did I inform you that I'm okay with Buhari's age? I'm trying to tell you that by your definition of youth, they are both disqualified. However seeing that we don't have a choice but to vote for one of them, I would rather vote for the experienced machine capable fo tacking Boko Haram, not a figurehead who would rather negotiate with them!
|Politics / Re: Give The Youths A Chance. Say No To Recycled Leaders. by abbey621(m): 9:19pm On Feb 03|
By your reasoning, even GEJ is too old to be president. The fact remains that most youths in this country are still not capable of leadership and whether we like it or not, the elecion is between a clueless president with 6 years of mediocrity or a proven general with experience and momentum on his side, vote wisely and shine your eyes!
|Family / Re: Concern As More Us-based Nigerians Murder Their Spouses by abbey621(m): 7:06pm On Feb 03|
I have to disagree with you, is it not in Nigeria where we see several cases of Women hiring assassins to kill their husband, is it not the same Nigeria where women patronize witchcraft just to control their husband or preserve their marriage? The cases pointed out by the OP is far and few, it represents a minority when we look at the number of married Nigerian couples living abroad. Individual personality matters a lot in these cases, a combination of a weak/violent man mixed with a stress filled situation.
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