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Celebrities / Re: Private Photos Of Megan Good And Her Moment Wit Husband Leaked Online By Hackers by free2ryhme: 4:59am
They keep saying hackers
Politics / Re: Jamaican Bride Dumps New Husband 20 MINUTES After Arriving In The UK [PHOTOS] by free2ryhme: 4:53am
The women defenders on this section no go talk anyything now
Politics / Re: Four Days Inside Boko Haram’s Bloody ‘caliphate’ by free2ryhme: 4:35pm On Sep 21
interesting
Politics / Re: Mainok Attack: Nigerian Soldiers Battle Boko Haram; 68 Feared Killed (PHOTO) by free2ryhme: 4:00pm On Sep 21
gud one
Politics / Re: Shekau Confirmed Dead? by free2ryhme: 3:59pm On Sep 21
waiting to confirm the source
Education / Re: New Born Baby Dumped In Front Of UNILAG Female Hostel [DISTURBING PHOTOS] by free2ryhme: 3:58pm On Sep 21
when i tell you women are wicked

una go dey shout

shey una don see am now cry
Religion / Re: Recording Of TB Joshua Talking To Journalists (Audio) by free2ryhme: 1:25pm On Sep 21
if it was my house that collapsed and killed people do you think I will still be free, my house would have been taken over by the relevant govt agencies . and people calling for justice


That is why we can never run a civilized country and be civilized people no be curse


God will forgive all of you

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Religion / Re: Recording Of TB Joshua Talking To Journalists (Audio) by free2ryhme: 1:18pm On Sep 21
fkpboss: This is nothing but a "cooked up conversation", may God forgive us all angry


you say cooked ? angry




may God forgive you

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Religion / Re: Recording Of TB Joshua Talking To Journalists (Audio) by free2ryhme: 1:17pm On Sep 21
adavize: http://www.rjionline.org/MAS-Codes-Nigeria-Journalists

Number 7 on the list of the NUJ Code of conduct;

7. REWARD AND GRATIFICATION
i. A journalist should neither solicit nor accept bribes, gratifications or patronage to suppress or publish information.
ii. To demand payment for the publication of news is inimical to the notion of news as a fair, accurate, unbiased and factual report of an event.

in black and white; what excuses now?


for those that demanded written and audio evidence hope say una dey read
Politics / Re: Blood On Their Hands- The Times Magazine by free2ryhme: 12:46pm On Sep 21
so to send condolence now is within a jurisdiction limit ?

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Politics / Re: Jonathan's Support For TB Joshua Could Widen Diplomatic Rift With SA-Reuters by free2ryhme: 12:20pm On Sep 21
berem: Nonsense!

So you're using your cousin's death to justify the reason why Nigerian government shouldn't send condolence message to SA? Did SA also force your cousin to live in their country?

the same reason Nigerian govt did not force the SCOAN SA congregations that got killed to come to synagogue

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Phones / Re: Why I Might Return My Iphone 6 Plus by free2ryhme: 10:11am On Sep 21
Ephramed: Why phone and women are the same,cos if you would have waited longer a better one would have come your way.

I disagree


you settle for leftovers when you wait for too long
Romance / Re: Why Nigerian Ladies Should Never Settle For Less by free2ryhme: 9:40am On Sep 21
safarigirl: Being born into a society such as the Nigerian one connites certain things for a female.

From the day you can tell your right from your left, you're basically taught to be subservient to men. You're told that your place is in the kitchen and your brothers' place is in front of the television. Most of all, you're told that your only purpose in this world, is to fulfill the desires of some dude, serve him and bear his children. You are not to aspire for anything more and failure to live up to these expectations means failure as a person.

Well, this thread was inspired by a certain thread that was on FP today:

http://www.nairaland.com/1911041/why-nigerian-girls-should-not

Now, the stupidity of this thread is baffling. Basically, it's some lady telling females to settle for less. Telling us that we do not deserve the best and we shouldn't make any efforts to aspire for such because that would be foolhardy.

I honestly sympathise with her that she was unable to get the man of her desires, and eventually chose to settle for Plan B, who in fact was not what she desired, but as they say, when the desirable is not available, the available becomes desirable.

Time and again on Nairaland you find numerous chauvinists telling women basically that they have no opinion, telling us that we ought to dance skelewu because one of these rare species called 'men' looked upon us with pity and decided to marry us. And for those poor souls like Rita Dominic, Linda Ikeji and Genevieve Nnaji who are yet to be honored witha wedding ring? They should keep praying the rosary and hope they don't die 'marriageless'

Marriage is the be all and end all of a woman, therefore, she must settle for a raggamuffin if she hasn't found a gentleman at the ripe 'OLD' age of 27. Once you're through with University, your next bus stop should be a man's house.

Many women have ended up in loveless, frustrating marriages after settling for less, because all your friends got married after University doesn't mean you must marry at that time. Don't be the one whose story ends with 'Had I Known'

Feel free to live a little, keep your head on your shoulders, walk with your chin up, if you want your man to be as tall as Lebron James, don't settle for Tom Cruise, if you want him to be as charming as Antonio Banderas, don't settle for Al Pacino, if you want him to be as fit as CR7, don't settle for Mr. Ibu. If you must settle for less, let it be reasonable, don't go from a Lebron to a Kevin Hart because you're 'getting old and all your mates are married" no be who marry first dey happy pass.

Even the bible says "ask and it shall be given unto you" so if you tell God "I will manage..." He will bless you with a 'manageable' man.

God bless you as you settle with the best smiley


we cant argue with you on this

you made some valid points and I commend your courage for standing up for the women folk.



whether you marry the man of your dreams or not it is none of our business and it will always stay that way .. the one thing I don't understand is that why do women keep going on about this issue and keep flogging it over and over again.

woman wey go marry go marry , (and what I refer to as marriage is the union btw a man and a woman not the perverse version we have today about gays and lesbians. ). you keep going about women who have issues in their marriage because they did not marry right but I don't see any reason why u cant sing the song of those that have married right .



there are men who married rightly as well as wrongly but we dont see them complaining and whining just like you women Haba!



let me states this clearly we don't care if you like marry /if you like don't . it was never our business and it will never be our business.

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Career / Exxonmobil 2015 Global Geoscience Campus by free2ryhme: 8:57am On Sep 21
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Career / Exxonmobil Recruiting 2015 Global Geoscience Student Placement by free2ryhme: 8:41am On Sep 21
21441BR
Job Title 2015 Global Geoscience Student Placement
Job Description Degree/Discipline Needed
BS, MS or PhD Geology, quantitative background advantageous
BS, MS or PhD Geophysics, geologic background advantageous

What are we looking for?

A diverse group of talented geoscientists with the ability to integrate knowledge, ideas and skills to solve geologic problems across exploration, and production functions; Judgement and speed in application of geoscience tools and techniques; and, a desire to maintain their competitive advantage through advanced training and superior technological understanding.

Exploration and production geologists and geophysicists

ExxonMobil is interested in finding outstanding scientists who have a strong fundamental background in the earth sciences, physical sciences, and mathematics. We have excellent proprietary capabilities in teaching petroleum science and technology, and therefore do not require new geoscientists to have any prior petroleum course work or experience. There is, however, a requirement for demonstrated leadership, adaptability, teamwork, excellent communication skills in English, and a commitment to high safety and ethical standards. The company regards its global and long-term approach to hiring and career development as the foundation of its future success as a company, and as a source of great opportunity for scientists who want to grow their skills and capabilities for a long-term career.
Researchers

Geoscience careers with ExxonMobil also offer the opportunity to perform basic and applied research in seeking new ways to find and recover petroleum supplies. Our research programs reflect exploration and production business strategies; for example, pursuing attractive exploration opportunities, developing production from new fields, and maximizing economic recovery from existing fields. We maintain close relationships with ExxonMobil operating organizations around the world. A primary means for transferring technology to ExxonMobil operations is through research applications in which results of recent research are applied to a wide range of exploration and production problems. In many cases, these technical experts are made available to ExxonMobil operating organizations through temporary or regular assignments.
Country or Region Benelux
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Hungary
Italy
Nigeria
Norway
United Kingdom
USA







http://www.exxonmobil.com/Nigeria-English/HR/HR_Nigeria_local.aspx

Click apply , then search openings , click search to reveal application link
Religion / Re: Recording Of TB Joshua Talking To Journalists (Audio) by free2ryhme: 9:22pm On Sep 20
God have mercy
Politics / Re: FG Planning To Swap 30 Boko Haram Commanders, Others For Chiboks Girls CNN by free2ryhme: 6:50pm On Sep 20
I saw this coming
Romance / Re: His Response To My 'i Love You' by free2ryhme: 3:01pm On Sep 20
farano: We've been friends for over 3 years now that I personally decided to take it to another level. So on that faithful day, when we were together, i unfolded my feelings for him, he did too staring deeply into my eyes and romantically holding my hands.
My heart was beating faster and slower at the same time that I was forced to pop out that mighty four letter word. With my angelic voice, I told him 'I love you dear' But surprisingly, his response was 'i should allow it to grow naturally'. I smiled but within me I was very angry embarassed All those feelings disappeared instantly.


bad timing .. you should be more sensitive

he gave u a sincere answer

what more do you want undecided
Politics / Re: ISIS Fighters Terrified Of Being Killed By Female Troops . by free2ryhme: 2:36pm On Sep 20
so fierce ISIS fighters are afraid to die by the hands of women just to access 72 browned virgins ?



whoever formulate this theory saw toda

so men can be afraid of women in battle, for the first time history has been changed
Celebrities / Re: "I Am Nigeria's Sexiest Man"- Benson Okonkwo by free2ryhme: 2:02pm On Sep 20
[quote author=papiforreal]

but sis u ugly seriously. No offence[/quote

guy u wicked ooo ..


see as you burn the sis cable
Celebrities / Re: "I Am Nigeria's Sexiest Man"- Benson Okonkwo by free2ryhme: 1:57pm On Sep 20
mscthew
Romance / Re: . Is Arguing A Natural Part Of Every Relationship? by free2ryhme: 1:54pm On Sep 20
Every relationship needs an argument every now and then. Just to prove that it is strong enough to survive. Long-term relationships, the ones that matter, are all about weathering the peaks and the valleys.

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Romance / Re: Is It Amust To Get Married? by free2ryhme: 1:51pm On Sep 20
it is not by force infact your are permitted to even remain celibate for the rest of your life.

no one, I repeat, no one cares about your status . it is your life do what you wish with it
Celebrities / Re: Bold & Beautiful Nollywood Actresses ( Photos ) by free2ryhme: 12:55pm On Sep 20
Tonniey: .



kurajordan: .




ayusco85: .

see them


space hijackers of NL

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Celebrities / Re: Bold & Beautiful Nollywood Actresses ( Photos ) by free2ryhme: 12:53pm On Sep 20
these ladies beautiful ooooo grin grin grin

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Politics / Re: Nigerians Spent Millions On Parties but 200,000 School Fee Is A Problem -Oyedepo by free2ryhme: 12:31pm On Sep 20
solaugo:
The founder of the Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, has defended the tuition fees charged by schools owned by the church, describing the provision of quality education as an expensive venture.

Oyedepo said this while addressing journalists on Friday in Ota, Ogun State, at a media chat organised in commemoration of his 60th birthday coming up on September 27, 2014.

Private schools in the country, including Covenant and Landmark universities, owned by the church are often criticised for being too expensive for average Nigerians to afford.

But Oyedepo highlighted some of the church’s humanitarian programmes which include providing scholarships and bursary awards to assist students.

He said, “I’m sure we all agree that education is expensive. Education carries cost; nothing of value is free. Our mission for years long, before we started any university or secondary school, was a bursary awarding church and we have not stopped doing that till tomorrow.”

Oyedepo said that the church was committed to providing quality education to youths, adding that many Nigerians complain about the cost of education in private universities because they have got their priorities misplaced.

“Our problem most of the time is priority; an average Nigerian can spend N1m on burial but to spend N200,000 on education (is a problem), because of wrong priority.

“On a yearly basis, we have N1.5trn that Nigerians spend to overseas universities, so people thrive on it. Nigerians spend N463bn a month on recharge cards, how much are they paying for schools fees? So it’s all a matter of priority. This is the largest market for telephone in the world. Now, to pay N500,000, some people have only one son, they have huge business and houses all over the places, they will never pay it.”

Speaking further, Oyedepo said he had chosen not to respond to the many controversial reports about him on the social media because he considered it as a waste of time.

He said, “My understanding of opposition, persecution is simply someone’s opinion harshly expressed. Everybody has a right to his opinion. Today, millions follow after Christ but you will be surprised that when you get to Israel some people do not believe that Christ has come.

“People have rights to their opinions. I naturally don’t feel it’s necessary (to respond). The energy I would need to react, I can use it to make moves. I have enough to think about than start running after a man who says you are a fool.

“If he says you are a fool and you are behaving so, then he’s right. If you leave your job and start pursuing somebody who says you are a fool, he has already said so, your going around doesn’t change it. So why going around, why don’t you settle on your job and make moves?

“I’ve also come to understand that those who make news hardly watch them, they are so busy making news while others are busy watching.”

Asked about the challenges he has faced in life and in his ministry, Oyedepo said he had never dwelled on his challenges but that he has rather been fuelled by them.

He said, “Life essentially is full of challenges, it is those challenges that make champions. You can’t emerge a heavy weight boxing champion except you receive punches. You can’t change classes in school except you write exams.

“So to me, life is an adventure in challenges and I’ve said often that it is normal to be challenged but it’s unscriptural to be defeated. Challenges are the stepping stones for the making of champions.”

Read more @ http://newsnownigeria.com.ng/nigerians-spent-millions-to-host-parties-but-to-pay-200000-school-is-a-problem-oyedepo/



he should mention the names of the nigerians
Politics / Re: I Was The Only Journalist That Rejected TB Joshua's 50k Bribe-Ibekwe by free2ryhme: 11:41am On Sep 20
McWhillion: it's people like you who are recruited to condemn every act of the government, you're one of the regular Nigerian whose DNA has been wired to criticize and not find any reasonable solution, kudos to your kind.



I don't engage in bickering of this nature
Politics / Re: Jonathan Arrives Site Of Collapsed Synagogue Church Building by free2ryhme: 11:38am On Sep 20
I just don't understand this country anymore undecided

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Nairaland / General / Re: South African Court Okays Seizure Of Nigeria’s $9.3m. by free2ryhme: 11:37am On Sep 20
well it will be sorted out diplomatically
Politics / Re: I Was The Only Journalist That Rejected TB Joshua's 50k Bribe-Ibekwe by free2ryhme: 11:25am On Sep 20
tunde705: ASK HIM TO PROVIDE AUDIO OR VIDEO EVIDENCE.

IF HE WAS SAYING THE TRUTH HE WOULD HAVE RECORDED IT I KNOW...


when the Governors forum recorded Ameachi's win in the election with proof of video evidence what become of it ?


Guy behind any rumour there is an iota of truth

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Politics / Re: I Was The Only Journalist That Rejected TB Joshua's 50k Bribe-Ibekwe by free2ryhme: 11:08am On Sep 20
Because a Nigerian was true to his values and professional ethics he is now a bad egg abi?


when is it wrong for someone to expose the truth?


Even Jesus Christ exposed the work of darkness and given bribe no matter who is in involve is evil

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Religion / Re: Lagos Govt Moves Against T.B Joshua Over Building Collapse by free2ryhme: 10:42am On Sep 20
bintexhimself:
Lagos State Government aren’t too pleased with the collapse of Synagogue Church of all nations building collapsing and causing the death of over 70 people. The Government has moved against the popular Synagogue Church of All Nations in Ikotun.

The structure, which was under construction, was initially a two-storey building before the addition of four new floors which were under construction.

As of Thursday, the death toll in the building collapse hit 80. Among the dead were 67 South Africans.

The Lagos State Building Control Agency has, therefore, marked the main building of the church, asking for relevant documents to prove its structural integrity.

The General Manager, Lagos State Building Control Agency, Mrs. Abimbola Animashaun-Odunayo, who confirmed that the building had been marked by the agency in a phone interview with Saturday PUNCH, said it had requested that the church provides some documents, adding that a structural integrity test would be carried out on all the buildings in the church complex.

She said, “X’ (the mark on the building) does not mean demolition; it is for structural integrity test to be carried out on the building and the church is expected to provide all the documents for approval and the church has three months to do this.”

Asked if the building would be demolished in case the church failed to meet the requirements within the time frame, Animashaun-Odunayo declined to make further comments.

“Look, it is still under investigation; I can’t say more than that. I don’t even know who I am talking with on the phone,” she said...Read more

http://www.premiumgist.com/lagos-govt-moves-t-b-joshua-building-collapse/

this is a picture from Bangladesh factory collapse not Synagogue


why seun? is nairaland also corrupt

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