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Stats: 1259775 members, 1702236 topics. Date: Saturday, 25 October 2014 at 03:35 PM
|Family / Re: Set-up Of Charity Section by Busybody2(f): 12:19am|
The joke is on you Mr Zulu Gambari. Firstly, three of my posts on the first page of this thread were hidden by the Admin.
Secondly R231 and Jaybee3 and Gboliwe and Pickabeau1 are the "only" TEHN committee on this thread, so can you pinpoint a single post between these four gentlemen clamouring for TEHN to act as dogsbody/foot soldiers of the proposed pie-in-the-sky charity section
|Family / Re: Set-up Of Charity Section by Busybody2(f): 10:22pm On Oct 24|
No need to go fixing what ain't broke...
I am sure many people with their heads screwed on the right way, would rather prefer to flick through the newspaper/tune into a radio station/log on to Nairaland/etc to see or read or hear "TEHN, a Charity organisation on Nairaland, raised N10M for charity" rather than "an olosho who privately does back for ground business lunch, but publicly claims it's all hardwork, brought a spaceship for N24M" :-/
Anyway what do I know ehn
|Family / Re: Set-up Of Charity Section by Busybody2(f): 9:35pm On Oct 24|
^^^What is this one saying nitori Olorun
Where in this thread did you see any TEHN representative state they want to handle the verification for this newly proposed charity thread
Learn to read between the lines jeez...once upon a time, TEHN a heaven sent blessing happened to Nairaland...BUT Seun wants TEHN disbanded and wants to pull the plug on TEHN and is saying Nairalanders should INSTEAD, INDIVIDUALLY give to their neighbours and friends and post pictures on Nairaland.
So Mr Akinsadeez, Seun has explicitly stated on this thread that he wants this DIY approach so hope you can see his proposal does not need TEHN so why are you getting your knickers in a twist. Na wah for people and their upside down reading and assimilation skills :-/
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|Family / Re: Set-up Of Charity Section by Busybody2(f): 6:19pm On Oct 24|
|Family / Re: A Thread For Both Parties To Share Their Sides Of The Story by Busybody2(f): 7:14pm On Oct 22|
Hmmm, these wives run to their inlaw who tells them to endure, they run to their parents who tells them to return to their husbands' house, they come online hoping to seek comfort and succour under the cloak of anonymity yet all they get is a barrage of insults which further destabilises them emotionally...
It is well...
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 7:00pm On Oct 22|
I wholeheartedly agree with you that some women can be deadly. But the keyword is "some", a negligible few. Men are more atrocious in nature and are mostly to blame when it comes to family matter.
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 6:55pm On Oct 22|
What is bad is bad. This woman is evil, but this story does not mean all women are like that.
And until the selling of blank Nigerian birth certificate and filling any name or date of birth on it, is eradicated, some dubious people like this lady here would still succumb to evil...
|Family / Re: A Thread For Both Parties To Share Their Sides Of The Story by Busybody2(f): 6:21pm On Oct 22|
You caught me redhanded trying to sneak in/out of this section Good afternoon young-lady-of-nowadays or wetin Donthingy call you
I support you 100% that it is the romance section who needs the bulk of the advice before they enter one chance in the name of getting married.
And this would save more victims from the perfect ones with the perfect homes who always mock them by recommending they get more red pants and red bra...
|Family / Re: A Thread For Both Parties To Share Their Sides Of The Story by Busybody2(f): 6:05pm On Oct 22|
The difference is that it will all be on one thread. There is too much follow-follow and walking on eggshells in this section for your proposal of selecting panel members to work.
But thankfully, as always happens, a new wave of posters have recently graduated from Romance section and migrated to the family section bringing a breath of fresh air with them. So making this a free for all will help absorb everyone, and give a more balanced perspective.
I know you don't suffer fools gladly, but imagine you on one of such panels...imagine the missives directed your path on a regular basis as if you authored that Holy book called the Bible, which forms the basis for most of your - if I might add - archaic old fuddy-duddy stance WHICH IS THE GOD-HONEST ALBEIT BITTER TRUTH.
TV01, this is what I was trying to say but couldn't find the correct English
|Family / Re: Can Today's Women Have Successful Careers And Happy Families? by Busybody2(f): 4:14pm On Oct 22|
Something's got to give and in most cases its the children that loses out on "quality" time.
|Family / Re: A Thread For Both Parties To Share Their Sides Of The Story by Busybody2(f): 4:07pm On Oct 22|
Hmmm, mind over matter stuff...deep
There are many posters in this section whose sole existence & validation is living for the pats they get on the back, so it should be a free for all thingy...
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 3:59pm On Oct 22|
That's why we are telling you family law heavily supports women worldwide, including Nigeria.
Is it fair, ***shrugs***, women are the weaker sex...
|Family / Re: A Thread For Both Parties To Share Their Sides Of The Story by Busybody2(f): 3:40pm On Oct 22|
Glad you have decided to explore your calling as a Psychologist...been a long time coming
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 2:09pm On Oct 22|
The man cannot just waltz in and demand full custody just because he is rich and the boy is his only son. His tantrum would not be entertained. Remember these are two grown adults who had a relationship and might have been in love with each other...you both now hate each other and cannot stand each other and cannot be matured enough to sort out custody and maintenance and you have now invited outsiders (the Courts) to come and meddle in your case...so one/both of you have already been deemed to be immature and irresponsible in the eye of the Court system...
The Mum gets custody for now due to the child's age and the Dad can apply for joint custody or access. Luckily for the Dad, because the child is a boy, the Dad can apply to court when the boy is aged 7 for full custody and then all his "hot air" can be taken into consideration.
Interpol could have black Officers working for them because they are a global organisation, but they usually have liaison Officers who works with the Nigerian Police to supply them with intelligence, etc, so it is not Interpol but the NPF acting on the prompting of Interpol that would clamp the handcuff on your hand, usually in public places such as the Airport in full glare of the public, even if you are on a flight from Kano airport to Ibadan airport.
Nigerian ladies can apply to the Court for custody, child support, spousal support, etc and if the man refuses to cooperate, they can contact their state or Local Government Welfare Officers or contact the National Human Rights Commission. Fashola also passed a law a couple of year ago to apprehend Nigerian men who gets women pregnant and run...
Again, Liya is a British Citizen, her Grandma has turned herself into a fugitive and if they fail to return Liya to UK, Prime Minister David Cameron would shortly be placing a call to President Jonathan Goodluck...USA might tell you the law of Nigeria has got their hands tied, UK does not joke with their citizens..
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 11:52am On Oct 22|
I applied for their passports last year and had to produce all that because it is still a legal requirement till date.
BUT the reason for this draconian rule is that Nigerian law almost automatically grants Mothers custody of younger children, and Nigerian Fathers feeling sidelined started suing Visa and Passport services enmasse for not being strict with enforcing ID/consent checks on Mothers to make sure their kids are not taken anywhere without their approval.
So generally, family law worldwide, including Nigeria mainly favours women more...
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 10:41am On Oct 22|
The man's is a money-miss-road snob with fatally flawed logic. Even the English from England who coined the English Language knows that you do not ordinarily get social skills such as comportment skills and etiquette via tertiary education...and they are aware that some learning disabilities and language processing disorders such as dyslexia and dyspraxia exists which can affect anyone from any economic background, and these are routinely found amongst even graduates who have passed through university studies in UK...
So Chief Mr Cletus Benerazz would have extra-curricular tuition fee added to the maintenance he is mandated to pay his only son. And perchance he is still feeling generous, even after loosing this custody battle, he could pay the banana seller to travel to a Swiss Finishing School to polish her up to his taste
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 10:08am On Oct 21|
There is corruption everywhere but
Family law is structurally sound in Nigeria. It is about the best interest of the child so a mother owns the child until the child is aged 7 because of their tender age.
After clocking age 7, there is a Court hearing where the child is asked whom he/she wants to live with. Shikena.
This aspect of law works well so it was on the back of this that immigration department stipulated that passport application for a child needs to include bio data of Dad's passport, written consent letter from Dad, etc. So men would not be totally frozen out.
I see you mentioned Liya. You might run rings round the Court trying to avoid paying Mum child support, but Liya is a British Citizen so Interpol has the right to arrest her Dad anywhere in Nigeria and have him handcuffed and carted off to Police cell for evading child support payment. And he would only be released once he has paid every single dime owed since the day she was born.
|Religion / Re: The Koran Reveals That Jesus Is God... by Busybody2(f): 9:54am On Oct 21|
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|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 7:50am On Oct 21|
Your story is dead on arrival Sir. Mr international literate business conglomerate-extra-ordinaire that has never heard that Chromosome XY that produces a male is carried by men.
I know you must have put a lot of effort into this, but try again with a better story we will not put a hole in, in two seconds and casese would be struck out on defective ground.
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 7:44am On Oct 21|
|Religion / Re: A Troubling Matter In Marriage -- SEX. by Busybody2(f): 5:52pm On Oct 20|
Sincerely, it's genuine Christian Brothers like you spreading the Gospel that is giving us hope that to live in Christ is gain...A warm knowing smile comes over me every time I remember your reassurance that God is not a frigid God we cannot negotiate with.
Thanks a great deal for keeping the flag flying
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 11:23am On Oct 20|
Lol. Enough pulling out hair moments
It's a thankless task, so please you shouldn't give up on enlightening people. Nigerian females need more "teachers" and role models like you.
|Family / Re: A Nairalander's Ordeal by Busybody2(f): 11:09am On Oct 20|
Is this the same Mum who cursed you/loved money more than you? http://www.nairaland.com/1186160/how#14169405
If yes, move closer to God...
Good thing your husband is still communicating with you. His own people-pleasing mentality get small comma, but if the reason he is still waiting is financially related and the grand wedding he is planning is not going to the family drinking garri for the next 3 months after the wedding, please bear with him and encourage him and don't relent in your role as the neck holding the head.
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 10:54am On Oct 20|
Yeah I agree wholeheartedly. People don't realise the law still works in some areas. And women don't know the clout they have and the power they wield when it comes to family law in Nigeria.
Well I guess for some women, they don't fight for custody because they feel the Daddy is better placed financially to raise the children, whilst for some they feel the child/children would be an hindrance to them remarrying so rather than dump the child/children on grandma to make themselves more marketable, they decide to leave the child/children to the Dad rather.
I have also heard of instances whereby the woman purposely leaves the children behind, in the hope that she might win the Dad's heart back or the Dad would be preoccupied with raising them and not have time for other women. Hmmm.
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 10:39am On Oct 20|
Leave that side oh.
UK don't joke with their own at all...And now the Court has ruled that child abduction should not be treated under family law, but should be treated as kidnapping under Criminal law...
Interpol arrests runaway Dads in Nigeria for defaulting on child payment support in UK talkless of Grandma wey come boldfacely tiff a whole pickin...They better sack their incompetent, shitty Lawyer hand who has been giving them bad advice (that incriminating press release though ) and hand baby Liya over before she turns herself into a fugitive with Interpol on standby in Nigeria ready to pounce on her...
|Family / Re: Court Orders Liya To Be Returned To Her Mum by Busybody2(f): 10:13am On Oct 20|
Times have moved on, child custody case is one of the areas that works in Nigeria now, and there are lots of feminist Pro Bono female law firms ready to drag it with any man that crosses the line and take him to the cleaners...besides a woman "owns" a child legally till age 7 in Nigeria...
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|Family / Re: Pls Where Is Ewuro5 by Busybody2(f): 10:05am On Oct 20|
The chronicles of Ewuro1 - to the power of infinity...aka Deaconess Kofoshi/Deaconess kogbagbere/Deaconess Area Scatter
|Family / Re: Indigenes Of Ibadan, Let's Meet Here!!! by Busybody2(f): 9:28am On Oct 20|
My ngbatic people...Ibadan ti o jale...never has such truer word been spoken
|Family / Re: Does This Make Me A Bad Mother? by Busybody2(f): 9:15am On Oct 20|
All I see is the average $25,000 course fee, accommodation allowance, etc one would gross in the first year of study and the average $35,000 adding the children would gross following year! And these figures are on a scrimping and counting every kobo and penny levels too! N4M - N6M/annum. Osanobua
I am not one to knock anyone's hustle if one is not business-minded inclined...If studying abroad is no longer guaranteed to get a better job abroad, take your children along with you from day one...at least for the better life abroad always purportedly offer...
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