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|Politics / Re: Breaking News: Niger Delta Militants Bomb Agip, Aiteo 600,000bpd Facility by donsteady(m): 3:54am|
I doubt. But we are all waiting for the big thing they promise. Is either they lay down arms or blow up oilbanks
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Shoot At Random In Oporoza, Warri, Delta State by Billygee2u: 3:54am|
|Celebrities / Re: Mansions Of Some Popular Nigerian Celebrities by PissedOffWeed(m): 3:54am|
wey Linda Ikeji house Jare abi she no be celeb? Oh I forgot hers is a presidential villa compared to these!
|Crime / Re: Emirate Flight Makes Emergency Landing In Lagos Due To Passenger’s Cocaine Inges by mperoakeem(m): 3:53am|
na dem dem... mtn, everywhere u go
;Dna dem dem... mtn, everywhere u go
|Politics / Re: Breaking News: Niger Delta Militants Bomb Agip, Aiteo 600,000bpd Facility by GiantParrot: 3:53am|
What a shame!
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Shoot At Random In Oporoza, Warri, Delta State by Billygee2u: 3:53am|
PapaBrowne:the end of Nigeria is here already,do you need a prophet to tell you before believing?
|Travel / Re: The Myth About Nigerians Washing Dead Bodies In The US by otipoju(m): 3:53am|
did you even read the article at all
|Romance / Re: Photo See Lady Who Claim That She Is Made For Special Men Only by SuperSupremo(m): 3:52am|
[b][/b][color=#000000][/color]She is indeed made for special men now
How many men can entertain this barrels of cowbell
|European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Real Madrid Vs Atletico Madrid: UCL (5 - 4) On 28th May 2016 by kingsfield(m): 3:52am|
TO GOD BE THE GLORY! !
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|Politics / Re: Russia To Establish Nuclear Centre In Nigeria by OreMI22: 3:51am|
As long as the nuclear power plant is in the north, no wahala.
Afterall, the north needs the elctricity and most of the place is a desert with very scanty population.
|Travel / Re: QATAR And UAE GENERAL VISA ENQUIRIES PART 2 by nattybanta(m): 3:51am|
oyefelaphotos:u can spend less than 300 monthly
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Shoot At Random In Oporoza, Warri, Delta State by Billygee2u: 3:50am|
|Politics / Re: Shocking Revelation: Read What A Prostitute Said They Do To Attract Customer by ifymagik(m): 3:50am|
La click la quench
|Politics / Re: Sharia Bill: Speaker Dogara Reacts by discusant: 3:50am|
Nigerians are now meant to debate having sharia criminal codes in the constitution, instead of govt telling people how it can provide them with constant electricity, good education facilities. good roads, reduce poverty, etc.
This Change has turned sour.
Do these sharia-mongers understand that Nigeria is a country nearly equally divided between Christians and Muslims?
Do they not understand that having sharia criminal laws in Nigeria's constitution must amount to disintegration of Nigeria?
Has Nigeria not completely gone to the dogs?
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|Phones / Re: Innjoo Fire2 Full Discussion Thread Activated by bobo65(m): 3:50am|
Whether upgraded or elevated
Innjoo phones have been cursed with factory problems
Problems ranging from battery spoilage after a month to touch pad not responding to phone "pressing itself"
Innjoo phones are fine, maybe they should stop making devices and start making phone casings
|Politics / Re: Barinaadaa Gbaranee Dies In Army Custody - Fyno by tit(f): 3:49am|
ogoni and ijaw should just ask oil workers to keep off their land to appease the gods.
|Jokes Etc / Re: Caption This Pic by Molz(m): 3:49am|
|Politics / Re: May 29th 2016; Change In My Life Today by ifymagik(m): 3:48am|
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Hilarious Photos Of Ghanaian Law Enforcement Agents by SuperSupremo(m): 3:48am|
|Politics / Re: Petition To EFCC Against Jonathan A Hoax – Metuh’s Counsel by ifymagik(m): 3:48am|
|Politics / Re: Panic In Aso Rock As Court Throws Out Buhari's Application In Certificate Case by tit(f): 3:47am|
buhari should jus pack his bag and go to daura!
we have had enough!
what a government of jesters!
|Health / Re: Pregnancy Are You Pregnant Or Going Through A High Risk Pregnancy,,lets Talk by GenyEbere(f): 3:47am|
Amhappy sleep no gree come again o lol happiness full my mind
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Hilarious Photos Of Ghanaian Law Enforcement Agents by SuperSupremo(m): 3:47am|
spartoo:I know they are mad
|Politics / Re: Happy Democracy Day!!! by ifymagik(m): 3:47am|
This Land is Not for Sale. *Beware of my Son Kamoru, Omo jati jati ni e*
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Hilarious Photos Of Ghanaian Law Enforcement Agents by SuperSupremo(m): 3:46am|
dacovajnr:if you can't read properly why reply
I was specific and I said pic no.2
Those with yellow sleeves
|Politics / Re: Nigerians Assess Buhari's First Year In Office (Video) by grossintel: 3:46am|
don87:so you people still fall for this scam. Just negodi
|Nairaland / General / When Is My Tomorrow? by RichEstate(m): 3:46am|
WHEN IS MY TOMORROW?
We waited patiently for governor Isiaka Adeleke of Osun state at the Ife city stadium. My grandma had taken her time to shape out the creases on my school uniform, though my granny refered to it as gator. We were more than eager to meet the governor as Mr Fasogbon, our head master had already raised our hope that we would become leaders of tomorrow.
The sun was dealing with us, and just as i bought ten kobo 'lolly' (our own form of yoghurt) to quench my thirst, the governor arrived. If not for the escort siren, we wouldn't have believed the announcer because he had deceived us for more than four hours that the governor was close by.
His speech was inspiring and reassuring that we would become leaders of tomorrow.
Over two decades now, it seems we are farther from the tomorrow than before. What have we not done or what should we have done on our part for the tomorrow to have materialised? The present leaders are the ones that have been leading us since independence and they have not seen any reason for us to handle affairs except being used as thugs for elections.
Similarly, i was returning to lagos from school for christmas. I had five hundred naira left on me for fare to my house and the balance budgeted for my sister's 'dodo ikire' (sort of spiced-fried plantain), she wouldn't forget if i did not get it so, no 'jupiter' could part the money with me.
And then a young beautiful girl, fulani? approached the bus and started singing 'eni odun ba l'aye o ko korin ope' by Niyi Adedokun. I had not recovered from the shock, as i wondered how she could speak yoruba fluently, when she changed it to Wasiu Sodiq's song.
And then she started begging for money after she had intimated us with her dream of becoming a lawyer. Maybe she was lying but all i could do was to handed over the money to her, forgo my sister's plantain and shook my head for the nation...When would her tomorrow come!
What is the way forward because many youths have entered their graves without experiencing their tomorrow.
Getting tomorrow must be systemic and not solely on prayers. It is sickening praying to have electricity in my home after a tiring day work. Our night is 'night fall in Soweto', sleeping sound is not sure for high level of insecurity.
No political party can give us desired future what we just need is a working system where there will be laws to punish sabotage of our collective efforts and where every leader is accountable. System where electricity, transportation, education, housing and all sphere of our life are brought to life. When they are fixed, the blame would then solely be on the youths for our own woes. For many of us, we can hold our own even though governmental mud is dragging us back and struggling hard to kill the tomorrow we have designed for ourselves. This directionless course, like an aircraft that disappeared from radar must stop now!
As we call upon God to heal our land, that which we ought to do as leaders and citizens must not be neglected. Policies that will liberate people should be made at all time and given urgent accent.
These will increase the chance of living in our tomorrow. And then our unborn children will learn how we stood for their tomorrow even as we realised ours.
Odunmorayo Olalekan Matthew
Author and speech writer
for: Global Purpose Network & purplethoughtsnow.blogspot.com
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|Politics / Re: Breaking News: Niger Delta Militants Bomb Agip, Aiteo 600,000bpd Facility by otokx(m): 3:44am|
Is this really true?
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