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Celebrities / Re: Anna Banner's Pictures Before MBGN 2013 by fuzek: 12:01am On Jul 25, 2013

Her grand father sef na Igbo while younger brother from gaza... No be only yoruba.
undecided undecided undecided
Celebrities / Re: Anna Banner's Pictures Before MBGN 2013 by fuzek: 11:19pm On Jul 24, 2013
Miss Adamawa is actually Yoruba (father) - Ijaw (mum)
Celebrities / Re: Anna Banner's Pictures Before MBGN 2013 by fuzek: 11:13pm On Jul 24, 2013
Miss Adamawa


Family / Re: Your Sincere Opinion To A Sister Please!- Do you think I can get married again? by fuzek: 12:31pm On Jul 07, 2013
From a Christian point of view, this marriage can be annulled because it was a false marriage. The man knew exactly his condition, that's why he was calling those things that be not as though they were. He should have told her before the marriage and then she could join faith with him if she wanted.

Now the only solution is to annul the marriage and hope he tells the next woman the truth. This has nothing to do with divorce because it is a marriage founded on lies and God cannot be part of a lie.....so it was never really a marriage.

All the best OP, and next time don't judge from outward appearances. Let God lead you.
Religion / NASA Found Message From God Written On Tablets In A Martian Cave by fuzek: 5:42am On Jul 07, 2013
NASA announced today that its Curiosity Rover has found an unambiguous message from God written on tablets in a Martian cave.

According to an official press release two giant stone slabs the size of small elephants were located deep inside a cavern abutting Aeolis Mons, a large mountain.

Upon one tablet is a copy of the Ten Commandments and the text of John 3:16 written in 12 languages - including English, Spanish, Chinese, Basque and Hebrew. On the other tablet is a simple message in English reading "I am real."

According to top scientists who have studied the discovery extensively, these findings may have definitively established Christianity as the one true religion.

"This is amazing," says Syms Covington, an Australian researcher working for NASA's Mars Exploration Program. "We went into the cave looking for water, and we found proof of God's existence instead.

"I mean how else did those tablets get there? I can tell you one thing: there's not a single atheist inside NASA's control room now. What we saw was jaw-dropping."

Genesis 1:1
NASA's Curiosity rover arrived on Mars in August of last year with a mission to explore the Martian climate and geology for signs for habitability.

Thus far the mission has been a success, with the discovery of an ancient seabed and chemicals needed for life suggesting that Mars was once suitable for life.

However the tablets, both of which are signed "Peace and Love - Yahweh," represent the rover's most significant find to date, and is perhaps the most important scientific event in history.

"When people find out about this, they will demand change in our society," explains a political scientist at Georgetown University. "Democracy will have to give way to theocracy. We're gonna have to build more churches and reintroduce prayer into schools. Abortion is defiantly going to be illegal within a few months."

Despite its potential significance, Covington fears that the Earth-shattering discovery may not make the impact it should.

"Unfortunately, the mainstream media is so anti-Christian, they might not even pick up this story," he explains. "But God is real. We have proof. And everyone deserves to hear the truth."


God is real!!!
Politics / Re: Facebook Comments Shape My Decisions – GEJ by fuzek: 4:57pm On May 16, 2012
Family / 5 Year-old Needs A Job Before Getting Married by fuzek: 6:54am On May 16, 2012

at her age she's not sure of her career but she's talking about marriage and a job, oh well, someone must have made an impression on her or mummy's raising an independent woman...
Health / Re: My Pre-eclampsia Story. by fuzek: 6:00pm On Apr 24, 2012
Wow,sad embarassed cry....May God comfort your family.

Studying these diseases is actually very different from being the patient involved. Well, this is a very good way to sensitize the public. Whoever said pregnancy isn't a big deal undecided Well what you must know is the Embryo acts like a cancer i.e it invades, feed & protect itself by the mother and then decreases immunity against 'itself'. So, its your responsibility to take care of yourself during this period. There are so many things to take note of during pregnancy but today, i'll stick to PIH (Pregnancy Induced Hypertension) is one of the major causes of death in maternal mortality, so let every woman out there take extra precautions. I will list below some of the risk factors and tests to make sure you get done when pregnant;

Risk Factors:

Nulliparous women influence by Parity, race, ethnicity, genetic predisposition

Chronic hypertension, multifetal gestation, maternal old age(>35 yrs), obesity, African, African-American ethnicity

Maternal weight and the risk of preeclampsia is progressive(try to control your weight during pregnancy)

Tests (or things to check):
- BP ≥ 160/110 mmHg (confirm with Roll-over test)
- Proteinuria 2.0g/24hrs or ≥2+dipstick
 - Serum creatinine >1.2mg/dl unless known to be previously elevated
  - Platelets < 100.000/mm3
  - Microangiopathic hemolysis (Increased LDH)
  - Elevated ALT or AST (Liver tests)
  - Persistent headache or other cerebral or visual disturbance
  - Persistent epigastric pain
- Persistent Edema/swelling

Minimum Criteria
  - BP ≥ 140/90 mmHg after 20 wks gestation
  - Proteinuria ≥ 300mg/24hrs or ≥1+ dipstick

I do not mean to lecture here tho' but this story touched me so much and I feel I should at least contribute in a little way to help someone out there. Btw, I have to state here that 'Salt Restriction' does not work in THIS CASE, if at all its recommended it's for Placebo. Lastly, to Doctors out there, any patient in such situation should please be given Magnesium Sulphate in addition to the other drugs, its not just for the treatment of Seizures in Eclampsia but it's very good as prophylaxis in Preeclampsia. I really hope this little information helps someone out there.

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Education / Re: Young Nigerian Students In Malaysia Arrested For Scamming Divorced Women -video by fuzek: 9:39am On Jan 05, 2012
Moderator, pls post it it the appropriate section wink
Education / Young Nigerian Students In Malaysia Arrested For Scamming Divorced Women -video by fuzek: 9:36am On Jan 05, 2012

This video reveals operations of some Nigerian scammers in Malaysia and how they tricked a 51 years old lady out of her life savings, promising her love.

The video is touching, watch it above:
Health / Re: Is There A Cure For Diabetis Mellitus? by fuzek: 11:36am On Dec 21, 2011
Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disease with 3 major types which are:

Type I: Insulin-dependent DM: the body can't produce Insulin on its own due to failure of the Insulin producing cells in the pancreas. This can only be treated by injecting Insulin

Type II: Insulin-Resistance DM: which can be due to low Insulin secretion or defective response of body tissue to the Insulin that's produced. This is the most common, which can be treated by Diet, Lifestyle modification, drugs etc but eventually will also need Insulin.

Gestational DM: resembles type II, but occurs only in about 5% pregnancies. It can disappear after delivery, its fully treatable under medical supervision but about 50% of affected women later develop type II DM.

So depending on which one the person has ofcourse there are drugs, herbal therapies etc to help/improve the immune system to delay the onset of Insulin therapy. But in Type I, I know the patient must start with Insulin therapy from the moment of diagnosis.
Travel / Any Medical Resident In Sweden? by fuzek: 10:51am On Dec 21, 2011
Hi, pls is there any Medical Resident in SWEDEN here? I just want to ask some questions regarding Surgical Specialization in Sweden, I need first hand information 'cos I have read a lot of stuffs and heard so many things from the agencies and internet but I need someone in the system to talk to. Thanks in advance
Education / Any Medical Residents In Sweden? by fuzek: 10:50am On Dec 21, 2011
Hi, pls is there any Medical Resident in SWEDEN here? I just want to ask some questions regarding Surgical Specialization in Sweden, I need first hand information 'cos I have read a lot of stuffs and heard so many things from the agencies and internet but I need someone in the system to talk to. Thanks in advance
Education / Re: Nid Ur Advice 'anatomy' Or 'nursing' Which Should I Go For by fuzek: 10:41am On Dec 21, 2011
Nursing is way better than being an anatomist esp in Nigeria.
Religion / Re: Pastor Tunde Bakare: A Bastard Can’t Rule The Yoruba by fuzek: 1:07pm On Jun 16, 2011
Y was dis shifted to Religion is it because 'Pastor' is added to the name or bacause it was preached in d church? He was making political statements, so let it remain in Politics tongue

Pastor Tunde still remains a man of God tho' cos d gifts and calling of God are without repentance, but he needs to deactivate his political life. Its not helpful
Education / Cu To Host Vice-chancellors Of Nigerian Varsities by fuzek: 11:34am On Jun 16, 2011
Covenant University will be playing host to all Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities and other stakeholders in the nation’s Higher Education system at this year’s edition of the Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (AVCNU) conference taking place at the University’s campus between June 27 and June 30, 2011.

The Conference, which is the 26th in the series and first to be hosted by a Private University, has as its theme: Leadership and Governance in Nigerian Universities: Global Imperatives for Driving Quality and Maximizing Performance”.

The keynote address will be delivered by Dr. David O. Oyedepo, Chancellor, Covenant University, Ota, who will be speaking on the topic:“Leadership and Governance in Nigerian Universities: Global Imperatives for Driving Quality and Maximizing Performance”.

Guest speakers include Professor Peter Okebukola, former NUC Executive Secretary, whose presentation will focus on “Nigerian Universities and World Ranking: Issues and Strategies and Forward Planning,” Professor Omotade Aina, Programme Director, Higher Education and Libraries in Africa, Carnegie Foundation, USA, will speak on the topic:“Raising the Next Generation of Graduates: Current Realities and Signposts Towards the Future,” Professor Bramwell Osula of the Regents University, USA, will make presentation on “Leadership Models and University Governance – Instituting Global Best Practices,” Professor Aize Obayan, Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Ota, presentation will focus on “Quality Assurance and Management Drivers in the 21st Century University,” and Professor T.O. Olagbemiro, Vice-Chancellor, Bowen University, Iwo, address will focus on “The Nigerian University System: – In Pursuit of Relevance”.

Other Guest Speakers and their presentations are Engr. Umar B. Bindir, Director-General, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP), Abuja, “Standards and Profiling in the Nigerian University System: Project Development, Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights,” Professor Oyebanji Oyeyinka, UN-HABITAT, USA, “Nigerian Universities and Global Trends in Higher Education,”Professor O.A. Bamiro, Immediate past Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan, “Innovative Financial Practices for Enhanced University Performance” and Professor V. W. Mbarika, Executive Director, International Centre for Information Technology & Development, (ICITD), USA, “Making ICT a Reality for Africa Higher Education: Research, Training and Funding.”

There will be a roundtable discussion that will have the following distinguished panellists: Professor T. Badejo, Vice-Chancellor, Wesley University of Science and Technology, Ondo, Ondo State, Professor Abubakar Rasheed, Vice-Chancellor, Bayero University, Kano, Kano State, Professor A.B. Sofoluwe, Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos State and Professor Bolaji Aluko, Vice-Chancellor, Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State.

There will also be a Special Roundtable Session for Female Vice-Chancellors, parallel Sessions for Spouses of Vice-Chancellors, Personal Assistants to Vice-Chancellors, exhibitions, cultural display, Special presentations from industries and companies offering special services, among others.

The opening ceremony of the Conference will be graced by dignitaries within and outside the Country including the Ministers of Education, State Governors, NUC Executive Secretary and captains of industry.

Religion / Pastor Tunde Bakare: A Bastard Can’t Rule The Yoruba by fuzek: 7:13am On Jun 16, 2011
THE General Overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly and running mate of Major-General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) during the April 16 presidential election, Pastor Tunde Bakare, declared that it would be fool-hardy for “any bastard and the son of a concubine” to assume the leadership mantle of the Yoruba.

While preaching in his church in Lagos on the topic: “It is time to speak”, the fiery cleric said: “Look at the madness going on in Yoruba land. slowpoke, nincompoop, people without family background causing problem because of money, ill gotten wealth. If a town or settlement is at peace, the bastard there is yet to grow up.

“If you are a bastard, there is nothing you can do to cover up with money. Where is your father’s compound? A bastard pretending to be a patriot. We are proud of our heritage because we have goodly heritage. There are those who call themselves nobles who are under the influence of Jezebel. Until they drink kainkain, they cannot function. They pretend to be larger than life,” he added.

He likened the person angling to take over the leadership of the Yoruba to the Biblical Abimelech who forcefully took over a kingdom that did not belong to him and was eventually destroyed.

The Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) Vice Presidential candidate declared further: “If you are trusting the son of a concubine to deliver you, you are in trouble”.

On the 18th anniversary of the annulment of the June 12, 1993 presidential election won by the late Chief M.K.O. Abiola, he said: “I warned Abiola not to contest election but he wouldn’t listen to me. I said in one of my messages that was there no elder left in Abiola’s home to warn him not to contest? When I gave the message, Sunny Okosun stormed my church that I got it wrong this time around. I also told them what God said concerning both the National Republican Convention and the Social Democratic Party that the two parties would fail but nobody listened. I foretold the annulment also and Abiola wrote me after that asking: “What is God saying now?” and I replied: “Unless you ask Him”. The Yoruba leaders who said MKO Abiola would not stay in prison, that it would cause a serious crisis in the country, it turned out to be an empty boast. The same Yoruba leader who said Nigeria would go to blazes if he died in the gulag didn’t do anything when he was brought in a sack to Lagos for burial, instead their sons and daughters were made ministers”.

On President Goodluck Jonathan’s victory, he said: “Those who colluded with Jonathan to rig us out will suffer the consequence. After three years, the truth will unfold. If Jonathan’s victory was without rigging, everything will be well but if they rigged and are trying to cover up, the truth will soon unfold. The thing that will destroy the government is with them. Why did they allow the data capturing machine to capture us? One of our prayers at the presidential election petition that they should subject all the ballot papers they used in the South-South and South-East to a forensic text has been answered. “We learnt that Jega’s office got burnt the same afternoon the judgment was given in our favour. We pray that all the ballot papers are still intact. To me, all that we desire to happen is what June 12 did to the military. April 16 will do same to election riggers in Nigeria.
“In a particular ward in Calabar, only 6,468 people registered but they recorded over 70,000 votes for Jonathan alone during the presidential election. All these irregularities will not stand. They blamed the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) for the violence after the election, what brings violence is corruption. The crisis that has erupted in Nigeria before, was it by Buhari also? Why did it take six days for the President of Nigeria to talk about this issue? Is he not the Chief Security Officer of Nigeria?

“Let’s not give a dog a bad name to hang it. General Buhari is not responsible for what happened in any form. It happened in Egypt, it is happening right now all over the world. The people deprived are fighting for their own survival and challenging the power of incumbency that is what has happened in our nation. I thank God it has been curtailed. I ‘m not interested in bloodletting, I have never being a violent person”.

On the detention of the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, he said: “I don’t have the details about the corruption allegation preferred against him. If by tomorrow, he tells me that he is guilty, I will tell you. But let them treat him anyhow, he will spill the beans and you will know that it is kleptomaniac that is going on in Nigeria. They are all thieves, government by thieves. Because if they jail him, he will name others who are involved in shady deals too. It is a systemic failure. They are all the same. What is the difference between the ACN and PDP? ACN is not different from PDP at all. There is no difference between ACN and PDP. In fact, ACN is the other side of the coin of PDP.

Health / Re: E. Coli Epidemic awareness in Lagos!!! by fuzek: 3:45pm On Jun 15, 2011
That's d idea, d headline was to get pple's attention. Its just to keep pple aware, i know its not there yet dear.
Edited now, satisfied undecided
Health / E. Coli Epidemic awareness in Lagos!!! by fuzek: 3:15pm On Jun 15, 2011

Against the backdrop of reported cases of the E-Coli infections in parts of Europe, the Lagos State Government has called on the appropriate authorities to mount surveillance at the nation’s borders to ensure that the deadly disease does not spread to the country.           
The term ‘E-coli’ is an abbreviation for Escherichia Cole.  E-coli is a bacteria that causes severe cramps and diarrhea as well as severe health complications and had so far killed scores of people in Europe.           
Director General, Lagos State Safety Commission, Mrs. Odebunmi Dominga said at the weekend that though the outbreak had not occurred in Nigeria, there was the need for governments at all levels to mount surveillance at the borders to ensure that vegetables such as lettuce and others imported into the country were tested to ensure that they were free from the disease.           
Speaking at the weekend in Lagos, South West Nigeria, Dominga stated that the disease could be very deadly if not detected on time and called on Lagosians to be on the alert if they observe certain symptoms associated with the diseases.
            According to her, the symptoms included nausea or vomiting, watery bloody diarrhea, cramps and fever, adding that the infection comes mainly from eating uncooked ground beef, drinking contaminated water, drinking unpasteurised milk, working with cattle and lack of hygiene.           
She stated that the origin of the outbreak remains unknown, but said the current spread of the infection was from Europe, Germany in particular, while caseshad been recorded in the last few days in India, meaning that the infection was transcending the continent of Europe.           
Dominga quoted Mr. Segun Ekundayo, an official of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology, NIFST as saying recently at an event that there was the need to focus on prevention of diseases and poisoning from processing of food from farms and that there was a need for implementation of strategies to regularly review and assess the situation.           
“Though it can be a serious health problem, it does not require any special treatment except drinking a lot of water and watching out for complications.           
“Unless prescribed by a qualified medical doctor, do not take medicines to stop the diarrhea.  This medicine, if taken without proper medical advice, might keep the intestine from getting rid of the E-coli germ,” she said.           
“Members of the public are hereby enjoined to watch out for any of the symptoms and report suspected cases to the nearest hospitals.  In all, attitudinal change towards personal hygiene is vital in preventing any form of disease; it all starts from home, work place, market and other places where we interact,” she added.
By Kazeem Ugbodaga
Politics / 1st Lady Of Nigeria's Speech by fuzek: 6:28pm On Apr 29, 2011
Fellow Nigerians: On behalf of my husband, His Excellency Dr. Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan, I want to thank you all for answering my call to please pless ya hands on the umblera everywhere and every time. My fellow widows and fellow shidrens, this has been a long journey.

From the market stalls of Abakaliki to the farmsteads of Zungeru, you listened to my voice and voted massively for my husband irrespective of your nationality. We are truly grateful. God is on the throne and it is well.

Now that we have finish election, I congratulate Professor Attahiru Jega and all the members of INEC for their success. The enemies tried but Nigeria has finally done it. Even all the international people who came to watch the election to make sure we do it properly, I am sure that when they report back to all the people that send them here to come and watch the election, they will say that Nigeria has carry third position in the business of democracy in Africa after South Africa and Ghana. This is a big ashivment my fellow Nigerians because it is not easy to carry third in democracy in the whole of Africa. Irrespective of my nationality, I am proud of Nigeria and Nigerians. If we continue like this, we will carry forst in 2015 by the special grace of God.

As I have told you before, my husband and Sambo is a good people and they will always deliver the dividends of this new democracy that you have awarded them. To all the faithful PDP members who voted umblera irrespective of your political affiliation, I say continue to have faith in our great party. To members of other political parties who did not vote for us irrespective of your political affiliation, we shall try to earn your trust and my husband will try to be the President of all of you. To the millions of youths who answered our call to come under the umblera, God will reward you by making you leaders of tomorrow. And if you have not already done so, please go to Facebook and like your President so as to move Nigeria forward with him. I am pleased to inform you that we are going to do raffle draw on Facebook for young friends of the president. The youth that carry forst will get to stand behind Chief Tony Anenih, Chief Bode George, and Baba Obasanjo on the presidential podium during inauguration ceremony on May 29, 2011.

To all my fellow Senators and Reps who also won election, remember that you were all once a shidren like the President so don’t go to the National Assembly and be making life difficult for him again. We need your cooperation to move Nigeria forward. Sometimes, the National Assembly will always be sitting on the budget for a long time and the president will not be able to do dehvehlopement projects. They will then carry rumour and talk opata that he spent excess crude money if he tries to look for another money to spend for dehvehlopement projects. I appeal to you to cooperate with him in the coming dispensation.

I also appeal to my fellow brothers and sisters who have just been elected Governors or declared Governors by tribunal especially in the rascality states of the southwest. Even if you are not umblera Governor, it will be good for you to cooperate with Ebele in the Governor’s foroom so as to move Nigeria forward. Do not do like Bukola Saraki who turn himself to president one time like this just because he was chairman of Governor’s foroom. As for our eminent stakeholders like Dimeji Bankole, Bode George, Iyiola Omisore, Olagunsoye Oyinlola, Gbenga Daniel, Bayo Alao Akala, Iyabo Obasanjo and so on and so forth who lost out to the rascals in that part of Nigeria, let me assure you, my brothers and sisters, that Ebele will try to find something for them, maybe Ambassador or Minister or board chairman, so that they can carry their experience back inside government and uphold our beloved Baba Obasanjo’s legacy as the founder of modern Nigeria.

I want to seize this opportunity to appeal to all the people that are fighting and killing in the north to accept the results of this election and let us build Nigeria together. They should remember that the life of every Nigerian is precious and we should not be killing ourselves to become widows. The killers should remember that it was a woman who born them. They were once a shidren and now adult now they are killing women and children and making some children a widow all over the north. I appeal to them to stop the violent.

Finally my fellow Nigerians, I wish to remember you all that we need to start working for 2015 as from today now that you have given my husband his first term so that he can carry second term in 2015. We all know that only one term will not be enough for all the big big dehvehlopement projects that he wants to do for great country.

Pless ya hands for progress!
Pless ya hands for unity!
Pless ya hands for the Federal Republic of Nigeria!

Yours Sincerely,
Her Excellency Dr. Dame Patience Jonathan, JP, NTA, CSSP, NGO
First Lady, The Federal Republic of Nigeria
Education / Re: Covenant University: 3rd Convocation Ceremony by fuzek: 10:24am On Jul 02, 2008
Gamine, ure welcome!

All this survival tactics, we all have them inside and y'all will naturally adapt & fit into it. . . . But anyway y'all r standing on the shoulder of those who have not only gone ahead but those that have succeeded with the principles they taught y'all. Trust me its better u follow ''principles with proofs'' (d likes of Papa- their principles have not fail them yet), &i want 2 believe y'all have been imparted with what is needed to succeed in life.

@all doz talking about the poor etc. . .not everyone in CU is from a rich home, some are priviledged to be on scholarships based on academic excellence
by organizations, individuals& even Bishop himself.

@all, lets celebrate success when we see/hear of it. Ur opinions honestly don't matter, in cases like dis.

Education / Re: Covenant University: 3rd Convocation Ceremony by fuzek: 3:32pm On Jul 01, 2008
roflmao @ Joebo's last post!!!

CU grads. . . .Congratulations again! Y'all have made us proud and my prayer 4 y'all is dat y'all will continue 2 be d envy of ur peers. wink smiley

@haters/''destructive'' critics . . . it takes little/ nothing to say ''Congrats''. 1st Class ''might be a biggie &worst still from a private uni esp CU'' but some made it, so wat would it cost u 2 'imagine' they deserved it afterall u dont know them all. And whether they are prepared for d real world or not, its not for you 2 decide. . . .they'l survive whicheva way innit. wink
Romance / Re: Can A Guy and a Girl Just Be Friends? by fuzek: 10:46pm On Jan 27, 2008
Family / Re: Tell Us About Your Marriage by fuzek: 10:14pm On Jan 19, 2008
BTW, it's a new yr now. . .hopefully, more stories will surface wink cheesy cheesy
Family / Re: Tell Us About Your Marriage by fuzek: 10:13pm On Jan 19, 2008
WOW!!!!! Beautiful, Wondaful,Very nice thread. . .just saw this 2nite. I'm sure il v a nice sleep dreaming of 'marriage'!!!

2 all doz who lost loved ones cry, God is the reason u'vnt lost everything & doz facin tough times embarassed. . .it is my prayer that God will put smiles on ur faces.
w/o God, it'ld v been worse!

I luv,appreciate &pray 4y'all kiss kiss kiss. . .IT IS WELL! smiley
Romance / Re: Ten Years Of Relationship But No Marriage by fuzek: 2:02pm On Jan 19, 2008
I really feel this topic. . .I know some1 wit a similar situation but the difference is the guy in dis case has a drive, a vision,a dream. But still, nothing seems to be coming out of his efforts. It's like as he tries something, almost at its peak, it crashes again. D girl on the otherhand, has tried her best to help the guy wit alot of things. . .I mean both of them have really tried everything possible (prayer, fasting, investing, sowing et al) same stories, nothing happens. They love eachother and believe in his future, but for how long can they eventually wait cry cry it really saddening and breaks my heart, if God will just turn situations around 4them.

I know God hears and i believe in patience, but my dear, in a case where one (man/woman) lacks a drive/vision (@least something to hope on), d best u can do is forget every form of relationship and help him find himself, help him 'retrieve' his childhood aspirations . . .be patient with him. U might eventually move on but leave him a better person!!!

All d best. . .1luv!
Romance / Re: His Mouth Smells; Should I Tell Him? by fuzek: 1:54am On Dec 19, 2007
@Toyin, seriously the way she described it was really funny. . .d disgust was very evident! cheesy
Romance / Re: His Mouth Smells; Should I Tell Him? by fuzek: 1:52am On Dec 19, 2007

I know u guys might think am exaggerating, but am not oh, it's just the truth, you should have seen the way the officer doing the visa was using style to cover his mouth since he could with stand the horrible smell embarassed embarassed embarassed

My dear, I feel u! Just dat d way u xpressed d disgust was really funny. I couldn't help but laff wink grin cheesy

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