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|Business / Re: Naira Firms On Black Market After Central Bank Action - BDC Traders by abbey621(m): 2:31am On Feb 23|
The big countries have a free economy, they are not currency manipulators except for China. If the Central Bank allows the Naira to be free and determined by the market then there would be no need for black market but we all know this will never happen. The government prefers to keep trying to fool the world when we all know the true value of the Naira is about 500 Naira to 1 Dollar.
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|Family / Re: Man Places ‘magun’ On Wife, Tumbles Twice After Falling Victim by abbey621(m): 7:07pm On Feb 20|
FALSE, stop saying what you don't know!
|Family / Re: Man Places ‘magun’ On Wife, Tumbles Twice After Falling Victim by abbey621(m): 6:30pm On Feb 20|
Pure lies! Magun does not work against the person who prepared it, true Yoruba indigenes would know this, fake news!
|Investment / Re: How I Made $6086.85 Online In December 2016 And Lost All In January 2017 by abbey621(m): 9:06pm On Feb 19|
I put it to you sir that you are lying! You never made $6,000, from your won comment we can see that you are the type that invests between 10,000 to 50,000 Naira so how did it multiply all the way to over 2 million Naira? From September to now is 5 months even if you multiply 50,000 Naira by 100% times 5 you still won't have that much. You showed us your blockchain wallet showing 89 cents but what about the one when you had over $6000? Your story is sweet but you exaggerated big time!
|Family / Re: After 25 Years, Woman Dumped 70-year-old Hubby For First Love by abbey621(m): 4:47pm On Feb 19|
Igbos are wonderful people but this is one aspect of their culture that scares me! A man and/or woman work their entire life to gather wealth and properties yet when they die their efforts goes to only a male child or the man's family because females are second class citizens and are not worthy of possessions....bullsh*t lesson for every man out there, as soon as you start acquiring wealth get yourself a will backed by the legal system, protect your children from disguised evil known as tradition!
|Romance / Re: Reasons Why Girls Between 20 - 25 Should Not Date Guys Their Age by abbey621(m): 4:41pm On Feb 19|
This is the exact backward mentality that has plagued Nigeria for years. We are just a confused set of people! We don't like the Northerners marrying child brides yet we don't want the females to date their age mate. We frown at aristos yet see young adult men in their 20's as not serious and financially unstable. The OP shows a lot of ignorance by believing age has anything to do with maturity, by the age of 20 I was making over 500k per month, by the age of 25 I was making over 1m, so the financial aspect of your claim is a fallacy. Then point number 4 is just plain ridiculous, I know plenty of men over 40 that smoke weed and can dry up an entire brewery. Perhaps the OP is speaking for himself and does not really know anything beyond his little world
|Celebrities / Re: Actor Odunlade Adekola Drunk On Fame And Losing His Credibility? by abbey621(m): 5:35am On Feb 18|
The person that wrote this is speaking jargon. This guy is one of the hardest working actor in the industry and his humility is beyond this world. If he broke the terms of any contract then sue him instead of writing rubbish! All it takes is a look at his Instagram account and testimonials from those close to him to really know he is not going to trend down anytime soon. The guy is the king of Yoruba films right now taking over from Muyiwa Authentic and for the next 5 years he is perfectly poised to rule, if you have a personal beef with him just say so instead of circulating fake news....RUBBISH!
|Family / Re: Is There A Probability Of Cheating? by abbey621(m): 5:27am On Feb 18|
It's a shame how lost the human race is and I'm surprised nobody has mentioned it yet. If you enjoy anal sex then most likely you wouldn't mind banging a guy, same concept just different words. As if that was not bad enough, you went out to buy extension toys for love making, come on man! Sorry to say you married a freak and no amount of improvising can save your woman from realizing that you ain't really about that life! You can play the game now but naturally libido will have its day and then she'll remember her ex with the big bazooka and before you know it, it's over. I've heard of eating your woman, trying crazy sex positions even watching Indecency together but buying penile extension in order to have anal sex just so you can measure up to your wife's ex is PATHETIC!
|Celebrities / Re: Michael Awujoola Buys A House For Deola Smart In Spirit Of Valentine by abbey621(m): 9:26pm On Feb 14|
Nigerians....gullible since 1960
|Crime / Re: Father’s Attempt To Kill His 2 Daughters Fails (photos) by abbey621(m): 11:56pm On Feb 12|
FAKE STORY! I almost believed till I saw the part about the police
But that very moment, a police patrol team was in the area. Upon his undue haste and furtive glances, they became suspicious and pulled him aside for routine questioning.
|Politics / Re: "I Won’t Return Until Doctors Are Satisfied" — Buhari by abbey621(m): 5:41pm On Feb 11|
This is a fake letter, no presidential letter would have such spacing and formatting errors. Let this people speak the truth, let PMB make a public broadcast and address Nigerians....it's not rocket science!
|Crime / Re: Lady Raped By A Guy With Small Manhood Says It Wasn't Worth Pressing Charges by abbey621(m): 10:42pm On Feb 09|
You went on several dates leading the guy on, you finally landed in his place and you let him finger you but you claim you don't want sex....Madam, are you sick? Rape kor, Rope nii
|Crime / Re: USA - 3 Nigerians Convicted In 419 Scams. Possible Life Sentences (pics) by abbey621(m): 10:26pm On Feb 09|
Let them enjoy US jail, it is far better than the lives of ordinary citizens in 9ja. Free electricity, nice bed, quality healthcare, regular food and water
|Celebrities / Re: 2face: I Watched With Tears In My Eyes As Nigerians Came Out Protesting by abbey621(m): 1:11am On Feb 08|
Stop deflecting and answer my damn question? Are you willing to strap yourself and your family to Aso Rock and die for Nigeria? If not, you are the biggest hypocrite of all! It's easy to talk anonymously online but I dare you to show yourself and march to Aso Rock, I double dare you.....silly kid!
|Celebrities / Re: 2face: I Watched With Tears In My Eyes As Nigerians Came Out Protesting by abbey621(m): 12:53am On Feb 08|
All the people you mentioned were activists with the exception of Fela. The question you should be asking yourself is this, " If I were worth millions and had a family with children, would I continue to lead the protest when I was just threatened by a group responsible for the incarceration of so many?" Unless you have a death warrant, I know the answer is no. You mentioned people who fought but also forgot that so many have died for Nigeria, including MKO. Did Nigeria get better? NO! Leave Tuface alone, if you are so gallant march to Aso Rock and SACRIFICE yourself!
|Celebrities / Re: 2face: I Watched With Tears In My Eyes As Nigerians Came Out Protesting by abbey621(m): 12:18am On Feb 08|
90% of those calling him a coward would never risk their life for Nigeria. Most of them don't own a toy house not to talk of luxury houses and investments, the guy was picked up by DSS, threatened with God knows what and yet people still want him to do the unthinkable? People keep forgetting he is human and also a father, if they imprisoned him for treason or killed him, most of the mofos on here would continue with their lives...F*ck y'all!
|Celebrities / Re: Tuface Cancels Feb 6 March by abbey621(m): 12:50am On Feb 05|
Those of you that wants to die can go out there and protest but leave Tuface out of it, he was already receiving insults from ordinary Nigerians, I can only imagine the level of threats by DSS and other government operatives. Abeg una wan get money or una wan die? Seriously people, the only way you can protest is to support an outsider, someone with zero political experience but with enough money to survive a Nigerian election. This is the only peaceful way Nigeria will ever get better, the only other way is a bloody revolution and I'm afraid majority of the country does not want to DIE!
|Politics / Re: Fayose Eats At NYSC Camp, Ise Ekiti (Pics) by abbey621(m): 8:31pm On Feb 04|
How can the South unite when one part wants Biafra and is ready to die for it while the other part is not ready to die so they make deals with the devil? I call this mission impossible!
|Celebrities / Re: Korede Bello Buys 2017 Chevrolet Corvette For N33m (Photos) by abbey621(m): 8:29pm On Feb 04|
Dbanj is broke compared to his wealthy counterparts but compared to the average person Dbanj is Dangote! With the level of success Dbanj had he should be at the level of Psquare by now but we all know he is far from that at the moment due to reckless decisions.
|Celebrities / Re: Korede Bello Buys 2017 Chevrolet Corvette For N33m (Photos) by abbey621(m): 7:35pm On Feb 04|
Money wey pikin first see na akara e go use am buy....carry on nothing do you, just don't end up like Uncle D-banj!
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 7:08pm On Feb 04|
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 6:30pm On Feb 04|
Of course I did, my ancestors are not Germans o
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 6:15pm On Feb 04|
gleich zu Ihnen
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 5:46pm On Feb 04|
Just your classic philosophical language. It basically mocks your conclusion that I need to go back to primary school
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 5:37pm On Feb 04|
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 5:28pm On Feb 04|
Ok so you are no longer arguing against my position that more men provide for their family financially than women globally. Good, that is all I wanted. The rest of your argument is none of my concern....shalom!
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 11:38pm On Feb 03|
Ok glad we got that out of the way, so we are in agreement that globally more men provide for their family? The statistics I was expecting was 'Being a bank and sperm donor leads to kids being more emotionally attached to their dads'? I'm sorry but that was never my argument, I'll repeat it again just in case you chose to ignore it. Women and men have roles, traditionally the woman is more at home with the kids while the man is the provider. Both are equally important and any kid that thinks one is more vital than the other is still naive. This is my argument and it was in response to someone that claimed he loves his mom more because she went through childbirth and took care of him after. Any other arguments you might wish to make is none of my business, call it whatever you may but kids sooner or later realize the value of both parents either financially or emotionally they all miss their mom or dad when they are gone either as a kid or as an adult....peace!
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 10:31pm On Feb 03|
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I want YOU to bring up YOUR statistics first b4 I go researching the OBVIOUS for you. Who got the time for that. Already told you to bring up yours first and I'must not going to repeat myself like jeez do you have problems with comprehending sentences
Besides nope it does not mean you are a bad father. It means you are NOT a father but a sperm donor
And a bank of course
Oh and the countries you are naming. We see how well they are doing financially, don't we?[/quote]
I can see you have nothing to offer just trying to make conversation for conversation sake, sorry I've got better things to do but Google is your friend but I'm kind so I've also included a link below....happy education!
P.S: In case you can't read or comprehend, I've also taken out an excerpt:
Across all global regions, women's deficit in the good jobs market remains largest in South Asia and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), where their P2P rates lag behind men's by more than 20 percentage points. But is important to note that women in these two regions are also the least likely in the world to be in the workforce. Roughly three in four women in each region are out of the workforce, many choosing not to participate for cultural or political reasons.
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 10:13pm On Feb 03|
I'm sorry I've always been the science field so I believe more in facts and statistics than opinions. It is the opinion of U.S and Europeans citizens that women and men contribute equally financially but considering most of the populated countries such as China, India, Indonesia, Japan have a male dominated workforce, I think your argument is null and void! My mentality has served me well because while growing up I saw first hand grown men and women crying because they never had a father to offer financial, physical or moral support so I beg to differ that a man that does his best to provide for his family doesn't deserve to be loved as much as the woman who is always home with the kids. This is my opinion and you have yours but to think my mentality makes me a bad father shows you know nothing about parenting!
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 9:56pm On Feb 03|
I'm not going to argue with you, if you say more and more dads are emotionally invested as women towards their kids, it still does not mean majority of dads are not less emotional when compared to mothers, unless you have statistics to back it up, the norm still remains the norm. At least admit to that and stop this bickering! I never said wives do not work, I just said when compared overall to their husbands. You do understand I'm talking about the global picture not just a few examples right? Unless something has changed in world dynamics, male are still predominantly the financial provider in the family, women can and should assist but it will never be compulsory regardless of how westernized the world becomes!
|Family / Re: Why Do Most People Love Their Mother More Than Father? by abbey621(m): 7:54pm On Feb 03|
Show me the statistics or show me your source, if you are just going by your opinion then there's no need to even argue with you!
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