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|Celebrities / Unilag Leg Of The Campus Connect: 2face And Friends Tour 2013 Postponed by Rilikoko(m): 2:47pm On May 04|
The Unilag leg of the Campus Connect: 2face
and Friends Tour 2013 has been postponed.
This decision was announced on Friday by the
organisers of the tour "due to unforeseen logistic
The tour will however continue as scheduled but
will now start with the University of Benin stop
on Thursday, May 9. Uniport will follow on
Tuesday, May 14; IMT Enugu will be on Thursday,
May 16 while UniAbuja will be on Thursday, May
Unilag was initially billed to kick-off the tour on
Tuesday, May 7 but the new arrangement would
see Unilag as the final school to be visited once
the issues have been taken care of.
The Campus Connect: 2face and Friends Tour
2013 is being produced by NM En.Core and
sponsored by Nigeria’s No.1 premium non-
alcoholic brand, Low-Sugar Amstel Malta while
Soundcity is the official media partner.
The tour which would see 2face reunited with his
university roots also has a clutch of artistes in
tow. They include: Hypertek’s hot boys Dammy
Krane and Rocksteady alongside Vector, and
long-time collaborator Sound Sultan.
Other class acts billed for the tour include Sasha
P, Seyi Shey, Timi Dakolo, Phyno, Crystals,
Harrisong, Capital F.E.M.I Solid Star and Jus’
Regional cameos will include crowd pleasers like
Christian, Nonny D, Fame, Errigga, Mr. 2Kay,
Maxi, Sele Bobo, Tee Gee, Dil, Ameena, Shyne,
MC Amanna and Ruff Coin. The gigs will be
hosted by the king of kool himself, Andre Blaze.
2face earlier spoke of his excitement at
returning to perform in schools after almost a
decade of absence.
“I’m looking forward to my return to the campus
circuit. It’s been a long time. Due to timing and
availability issues I have been unable to play
some of these venues in like eight years or more
and for me, this is big deal. It’s going to be an
emotional return to these campuses. I have
received and still enjoy massive support from
these spots. They are my personal people,” he
One love 2baba!
|Politics / Most Muslims Want Sharia Law, But – Study by Rilikoko(m): 8:47am On May 02|
WASHINGTON (AFP) – A majority of Muslims
around the world want sharia law to be
implemented in their countries but are split on
how it should be applied, according to a study
The comprehensive Pew Research Center survey
conducted between 2008 and 2012 focused on
38,000 people in 39 countries drawn from a
global Muslim community of 2.2 billion people.
A solid majority, notably in Asia, Africa and the
Middle East, were in favor of sharia — traditional
Islamic law — being adopted as “the law of the
land” in their countries, it found.
“But I would also note that support for making
sharia law does vary,” said Jim Bell, Pew’s
director of international survey research.
From 12 percent in Turkey, support for sharia as
official national law stood at 56 percent in
Tunisia, 71 percent in Nigeria, 72 percent in
Indonesia, 74 percent in Egypt and 99 percent in
But Princeton University professor Amaney
Jamal, a special adviser to the Washington-
based Pew Research Center, emphasized there
is no one common understanding of sharia
among all the world’s Muslims.
“Sharia has different meanings, definitions and
understandings, based on the actual experiences
of countries with or without sharia,” she said in a
conference call with reporters analyzing the
Titled “The World’s Muslims: Religion, Politics
and Society,” the study also revealed many
Muslims favor applying sharia in the private
sphere to settle family or property disputes.
However, in most countries surveyed, there was
less support for severe punishments, such as
cutting off the hands of thieves or executing
people who convert from Islam to another faith.
A majority of Muslims are also in favor of
freedom of religion, even while backing sharia.
In Pakistan, for example, 84 percent of Muslims
want sharia enshrined as official law but 75
percent believe non-Muslims are free to practice
Around half of Muslims in the survey expressed
concerns about religious extremism, particularly
in Egypt, Iraq and Tunisia.
In most countries, a majority of Muslims said a
wife must obey her husband, although a
majority also said a woman should decide
whether or not to wear a veil.
Most Muslims said they do not feel tension
between their religion and modern life, prefer a
democratic regime, and enjoy music or Western
movies, even if such pastimes are sometimes
regarded as undermining morality.
An overwhelming majority viewed prostitution,
homosexuality, suicide or alcohol consumption
as immoral but there are sharp differences on
issues such as polygamy.
Only four percent polled in Bosnia and
Herzegovina considered polygamy morally
acceptable, against 87 percent in Niger.
A strong majority surveyed said so-called honor
killings could never be justified. The only
exceptions came in Afghanistan and Iraq, where
majorities condoned executions of women
deemed to have shamed their families by
engaging in premarital sex or adultery.
Violence carried out in the name of Islam was
also widely rejected.
In the United States, 81 percent of Muslims said
such violence can “never” be justified — against
a global median of 73 percent.
However, substantial minorities in Bangladesh,
Egypt, Afghanistan and the Palestinian territories
said violence was permissible.
|Nairaland / General / The Bitter Truth by Rilikoko(m): 11:23pm On May 01|
We have no regard for law and order. We are not angry because we benefit from the breakdown of law and order" @DOlusegun
My bro n sis,wat dis dude said is nothing bt d truest reality of our society today.Everyday we criticise d govt fr poor performance n corruption,bt we engage in one vice or more each day.we disobey traffic rules,pay bribe n solicit,tax evasion etc nd we are doing all dis tins unchallenged most times because d systerm encourages it.If we,as ordinary citizen can go scot free most times wen we break d law den i dnt see d reason why dos in power wont do worse....we need to be angry,bt to be angry we need to do d right tins first
|Politics / Re: APC Releases Manifesto: Jonathan, Obasanjo To Face Probe; Immunity To Go by Rilikoko(m): 9:36am On Apr 21|
Events are unfolding.....
|Politics / APC Releases Manifesto: Jonathan, Obasanjo To Face Probe; Immunity To Go by Rilikoko(m): 6:28am On Apr 21|
The parties had, in February, announced their
plan to merge into one party to be known as All
Progressives Congress, APC.
Consequently, the parties went into series of
meetings during which it agreed on the
constitution, manifesto, logo, motto and slogan.
Some of the documents are to be submitted
alongside the application for registration to the
Independent National Electoral Commission at
the end of the national conventions of the parties,
where the merger is to be approved by members.
According to the manifesto, exclusively obtained
by PREMIUM TIMES, the association spells out an
ambitious action plan to aggressively tackle
corruption, which a source said generated hot
argument before it was finally adopted last week.
Some members of the association reportedly
canvassed the need to include specific details,
which will endear it to Nigerians above the ruling
Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, which it believes
has not done well in that regard since assuming
power at the federal level about 13 years ago.
The APC specifically declared in the 29-page
document that if it comes to power in 2015, it
would not only renegotiate oil deals, but would
also remove the secrecy surrounding the
ownership of 40% of the Nigeria Liquefied Natural
Gas, NLNG, and query the utilisation of the over
N50 trillion oil revenue it claimed accrued to the
Federation Account in the last 13 years PDP has
been in power.
During the period, the PDP produced three
Presidents, namely Olusegun Obasanjo
(1999-2007), Umaru Yar’Adua (2007-2010) and
incumbent Goodluck Jonathan (2010 till date).
The 20-member APC Manifesto (Logo, Slogan and
Motto) Committee was headed by Audu Ogbeh, a
former National Chairman of the PDP.
“We shall negotiate oil deals, unveil the secrecy
surrounding the ownership of 49% of the Nigeria
Liquefied, NLNG, query the over N50 trillion Oil
Revenue which accrued to the Federation Account
between 2000 and 2013 and recover billions of
US Dollars which Ministries, Departments and
Agencies, failed to remit to the Federation
Account,” the association declared on Section 1
Page 5 of the adopted manifesto.
The APC also declared that it would not only
strengthen and make independent the Economic
and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, the
Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related
Offences Commission, ICPC, and other anti-graft
agencies by repealing the laws which inhibit their
independent, it would also review public service
rules and financial regulations which currently
permit outrageous impropriety in public finances.
It also promised to push for the removal of the
immunity clause in the constitution which shields
the president, vice president, governors and
deputy governors from prosecution while in
“APC in Government shall muster the political
will to wage strident war against corruption;
otherwise our post-oil-economy will be
disastrous,” the manifesto stated.
“It is our considered view that none of our
cardinal programs will succeed if the current level
of corruption and looting going on in the land is
allowed to continue.
“We shall plug all leakages which accelerate
monumental corruption, recover looted funds, cap
and trim unwarranted allowances to public office
With a view to sanitising the electoral process if
it comes to power, the APC also adopted for its
manifesto some recommendations of the defunct
Electoral Reform Committee, otherwise known as
Uwais Panel, set up by late President Umaru
Among the recommendations listed on Page 6
under the same section, are that it will “make the
appointment of the chairman and top officials of
the National and State Electoral Commissions
public” and that the “Burden of Proof shall rest on
the Electoral Commissioners.” It did not expatiate
on the recommendations.
On power, APC said in Section 4 Page 8 of the
document that it will pursue the expansion of
electricity generation and distribution of up to
40,000 megawatts in the four to eight years of its
It added, “The party will also work assiduously at
making available power from renewable energy
sources such as coal solar, wind and biomass for
domestic and industrial use, whenever these
The APC also said in Section 23 Page 25 of the
manifesto that, upon its assumption of office, it
will begin wide consultations to amend the
Constitution with a view to decentralizing the
police command and expand local content.
It also promised to establish a well-trained,
adequately equipped and goals-driven Serious
Crime Squad to combat terrorism, kidnapping,
armed robbery, militancy, ethno-religious and
communal clashes nationwide.
On politics and governance enunciated in Section
24 Page 26 of the document, APC promised
among other things, to initiate action to amend
the constitution with a view to devolving powers,
duties and responsibilities to states and local
governments in order to entrench Federalism and
the Federal Spirit; remove immunity from
prosecution for elected public officers in criminal
cases; ensure full implementation of the Freedom
of Information (FoI) Act so that government held
data set can be requested and used by the media
and public at large and then publish at large, and
then on regular basis; and restructure
government for a leaner, more efficient and less
expensive public service.
“APC believes that our politics is broke. Our
nation urgently needs fundamental political
reform and improvement in governance to make
it more transparent and accountable,” the
On the social scene, APC also said it would not
only invest in massive human capital that would
encourage the youth, it promised to “assist
Nollywood to fully develop into world-class
industry that can compete effectively with
Hollywood and Bollywood in due course.
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|Nairaland / General / Magun (thunderbolt) Something by Rilikoko(m): 4:29pm On Apr 05|
April 3, 2013
Baba Deborah and Mama Deborah
started having issues after the birth
of their 2nd child. At some point,
they stopped sleeping together.
Baba Deborah suspected Mama
Deborah was getting the ‘koko’ from
other men but he couldn’t establish
this. He filed for divorce! #Magun 2
At the Customary Court, Agege,
Baba Deborah was shocked when
Mama Deborah informed the Court
that his something was too small for
The judges advised them to go back
home and settle the matter
amicably. Baba Deborah was
humiliated. That week, he watched
‘Thunderbolt’. #Magun 4
The movie by Mainframe
Productions provided the answer to
Baba Deborah’s question: How do
you stop a wife who sleeps around?
Baba Deborah was introduced to a
herbalist at Oranyan Area of Ibadan.
He got d package at the cost of
#1,250. Magun to badt! #Magun 6
Meanwhile, Mama Deborah kept
shaking her tail feathers around
Agege. She sampled any koko that
came to her attention. Koko
Sampler. #Magun 7
Mama Deborah heard about
Asunmo’s legendary koko. Asunmo
was a member of NURTW, Agege.
They made a deal. Venue –
Okanlomo Hotel. #Magun 8
For almost a year, the only place
Baba Deborah Were Intimate with Mama
Deborah was in his dream. He
started laying d magun (don’t climb)
for her. #Magun 9
Asunmo & Mama Debo started
exchanging sms over their proposed
rendezvous. “Boda Asunmo, Olohun,
ma d* yin pa!” She texted him.
“Iwo bawo? Ti mi o ba je k’osunkun,
pe mi ni omo ale” Asunmo
responded just a day before their
date at the hotel at Agbado Ijaye.
As usual, Baba Deborah dropped the
magun on the floor for Mama
Deborah to cross on the D-day. She
told him she was going to the
market #Magun 12
Asunmo had taken enough paraga
before leaving the park. He was
waiting for Mama Deborah in the
hotel room. She came in with an
Alaroye. #Magun 13
As soon as she entered, Mama
Deborah threw away her wrapper
away. She had nothing underneath.
Asunmo’s koko went gaga! He
rushed her. #Magun 14
Asunmo placed Mama Deborah on
the bed and went to work
immediately. She was reading Iwe
Iroyin Alaroye. “Boda Asunmo, se e
ti wole ni?” #Magun 15
â€œOPC kilo fun Boko Haramu”
Mama Deborah kept reading from
Alaroye while Asunmo continued
digging into the hole of life. #Magun
It appeared Asunmo was about
reach the climax when he suddenly
screamed “Yeeeee! Omi o! Water!
Water!!” Mama Deborah dropped
the Alaroye. #Magun 17
Asunmo rushed to the fridge to get
water. He drank two big bottles of
Eva table water. “Kukuruku!”
Shouted Asunmo like a rooster.
Before Mama Deborah knew what
was happening, Asunmo did a
somersault. That was when she
knew it had to be magun. Someone
had placed the charm on her.
She was aware of how most
‘maguns’ operate. The victim takes
water, crows, does seven
somersaults and drops dead. She
was in deep poo. #Magun 20
To even think Asunmo’s ‘koko’ was
not as endowed as widely rumoured
around Agege. But, how would she
get out of this mess? #Magun 21
Asunmo knew he had misfired. This
was definitely ‘magun’ in action.
“Chei! I shouldn’t die like this na” he
thought. Somersault number 5.
To even think Mama Deborah’s
something was as wide and deep as
a well. Asunmo was also sure this
would be a trip from a well to hell.
By the time Asunmo did the 6th
somersault and Mama Deborah
could not hold him, she screamed.
“Ara adugbo, e gba mi o! Help!”
Door was locked. #Magun 24
Just before his 7th somersault,
Asunmo thought “What if I didn’t
climb her? What if she climbed
instead? What if I used condom?”
The hotel door came down as
Asunmo finished the 7th somersault.
Not even Messi could break the
‘magun’ record. No one has ever
done 8. #Magun 26
That was the end of Asunmo. Mama
Deborah is still in Police detention.
I’ll sell the story to ‘Iwe Iroyin
Alaroye’. #Magun 27
Question 1: If ‘Magun’ means “don’t
climb”, would it make any
difference if the woman climbed
Question 2: Shouldn’t condoms
provide enough protection against
Question 3: If you gave head to a
‘magun-laden’ woman, would you
live or die? #Magun
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I am @SagaySagay on twitter.
|Business / Re: Charged N10,000 For Collecting Western-Union With Incorrect ID by Rilikoko(m): 8:55pm On Feb 21|
Btw,your bro should have just move to another bank...almost all banks here operate western union
Uba is the last bank I will transact with!
|Politics / Re: Christiane Amanpour And Our Stockholm Syndrome- By Reno Omokr by Rilikoko(m): 6:20am On Feb 20|
Just like he accused Amanpour of lopsided info,he has committed same sin of deliberately ignoring the $100billion pilfering by his master's govt yet by the same British pm
|Celebrities / Re: Karen Igho Shows Off Her Well Endowed Body In Hot New PHOTOS by Rilikoko(m): 12:44pm On Feb 16|
spywareczar: Scientists say the universe is made up of protons, neutrons and electrons. They forgot to mention morons like Ɣøµ
|Celebrities / Re: Samuel Olatunji: Goldie, I’m sorry I Didn’t Take You seriously by Rilikoko(m): 8:39am On Feb 16|
I was indifferent abt her....bt all I kno is everytime she brings sumtin out,she managed to pull it tru.dats hardwork....RIP Goldie
|Celebrities / Samuel Olatunji: Goldie, I’m sorry I Didn’t Take You seriously by Rilikoko(m): 7:22am On Feb 16|
It was a hot, Sunday afternoon when the BBM
request beeped on my phone. I was totally engaged
with the English Premiership football match showing
on my TV. Not in the mood for any chit-chat.
Checking out the identity of the sender showed me
a ‘ Goldie Harvey’ and my first impulse was I was
face-to-face with another impersonator trying to
take the place of one of Nigeria’s many
hardworking entertainment celebrities. My curiosity
got the better of me and I confirmed the request
consciously granting the ‘impostor’ some measure
of access into my life.I figured he\she will delete the
connection in due course like others usually do. As
at then, Goldie and I had never actually met in the
true sense of the word. We weren’t friends. Neither
were we enemies. We had bumped into one
another a couple of times at events and that was it.
Nevertheless, I was still surprised as to how the
‘impostor’ got my PIN.
Still caught in the reverie of the football match, my
phone buzzed few minutes later and it was
celebrated comedian, Gbenga Adeyinka. He wanted
to introduce Goldie to me (like I didn’t know her)
and informed me of her desire to work with my PR
firm, Bigsam Media. He it was who had passed my
PIN to her. Goldie herself requested my number and
God, that voice on the phone! It wasn’t sweet or
golden but plain…. and heavy laden with sadness.
‘I’m tired,’ she said to me like we had known for
years. ‘I’ve worked with many people, spent a lot of
money but not gotten much in return’.
She wanted to work with us as she had heard so
much about us and was hoping we would stand out
from the myriad of half-baked,briefcase PR firms
(experts) running rings around entertainers and
promising celebrities a dinner date in the White
House ‘if only you can spend good money.’
I listened calmly and gave her an appointment at
Sheraton Hotels, Ikeja but for some reasons I
showed up three hours late. She was
understandably angry and was on the verge on
leaving when I breezed in and apologised. We fixed
another date to meet and finalise details on how we
could work together regarding her blossoming
brand. Sadly, I never made the appointment. Way
before our meeting, Bobby Taylor and Gbenga
Bada, fellow journalist friends had tried all they
could to get me to interview and feature Goldie on
my page while I was still in the employment of The
Sun Newspapers. I just played an unwilling horse all
Looking back now, I realised that like many others, I
didn’t take her serious at all. Many people had
dismissed Goldie from the very beginning of her
career, contending she was all beauty and no talent.
Peeps were quick to condemn her art or lack of it.
Check the popular blogs and see the deluge of
negative comments that follow any post on Goldie
and you’ll get a feel of what I mean.
Despite the ‘pull-her-down’ at all costs syndrome,
Goldie kept pushing the envelope, working and living
her life. If she cared about what people said about
her, she didn’t show it. They would lambast her for
wearing a particular dress and Goldie would
defiantly wear something similar next time. They
said she was everywhere, strutting the red carpets
like a pepper seller but she was undeterred. Goldie
was living her life by her rules and not by what
‘almighty’ commentators said. As if she knew she
won’t be here for a long time.
I was told a popular producer had told her to go sell
her Benz ML before he would sign her on and
produce her song. And that was after months of
keeping her waiting. She didn’t relent but decided to
take her destiny in her own hands and thus
embarked on a journey from one radio station to
another, buying stuffs for the OAPs for her songs to
Goldie eventually teamed up with
Kennis Music, thankfully, Keke
Ogungbe signed her on.
Upon hearing news of her death, I called Denrele,
Baba Keke, KSB but their numbers were switched
off. I called Funke Akindele to get across to
Denrele’s friend hoping to hear that the rumour
wasn’t true. She already did, and was close to tears
on phone. A newspaper editor told me Goldie’s step-
mum already confirmed it. After speaking with
Linda Ikeji who broke the news, I still chose to doubt
I saw a tweet that Goldie was scheduled to perform
at a certain Princeton Hotel in Ikeja and I dashed
out to search for the location in spite of loud
protestations from my wife that it was past 1am.
She must definitely be at Princeton performing and
would be willing to dispel the wicked ‘rumor’ doing
the rounds about her passing.
Sadly, all my efforts proved abortive. Goldie wasn’t
there. She was gone. Gone to be with the saints.
What was I looking for in the dead of night?
What,what,what? All I wanted was just one more
chance to make up for my folly of dismissing her
and not taking her seriously. Suddenly, wonderful
and innovative ideas on how to enhance ‘Brand
Goldie’ are popping up in my brain. I want to work
We won’t always have people around. Why can’t we
celebrate men and women while we have them?
Bickerings, pull-him-down, dismissal and nonchalant
attitudes because we hold the ace should stop. We
won’t always have all the time we want with people
we love and life is too short to harbor hate. My
heart went out to people whose bluff I have called
and those I’m not treating right at present. What if I
don’t see them again? Dear Lord, I need to make up
for past follies. I’m sorry I didn’t take some people
seriously. I need to make some calls and mend
fences right away.
Another lesson from Goldie’s demise: live your life.
Goldie didn’t allow others write her script for her.
She gave life her best. One single after the other,
appearances at several red carpet events, Big
Brother Africa, upcoming reality show etc Goldie
didn’t slow down. She gave life her all like she knew
she won’t live up to thirty. We all don’t have the
promise to live till 80, if you drop dead today, can
you confidently say you gave life your best?
Like the rest of us Goldie wasn’t perfect but didn’t
deserve the way some people tried to pull her
down. She was hustling on the grind of life, trying to
make a name for herself like the rest of us. She
wasn’t perfect just like the rest of us with many
skeletons in our cupboards. Yet, some people were
busy moving from one blog to another knocking her
hustle. Now, that she’s gone are you happy?
Goldie, continue to rest in peace. We all owe death
but so sad that he showed up too early at your
May God comfort your parents, siblings, hubby and
Samuel Olatunji is a foremost entertainment
journalist; now CEO of Bigsam Media and Editor-in-
Chief of Icampus Newspaper and the
website: www.ientertainmentng.com. He can be
reached via his email: (email@example.com)
|Islam for Muslims / Re: Marrying A Widow By The Husband's Family: Islamic Perspective by Rilikoko(m): 6:43pm On Feb 14|
Dis is more of a cultural thing which involves d yoruba n igbo tribe,bt with d hausa I dnt kno much abt dere culture concerning widow...why I made it clear in my 1st post.
Just want to kno hw right is it islamically,any idea?
|Politics / Re: Mark : Nigeria Has Less Friends In Africa by Rilikoko(m): 9:19am On Feb 14|
Enough of this bashing guys!...after reading from both parties battle back and forth.As d OP of dis thread,I hereby pass my judgement.
1)We Nigerians r our greatest problem
2)We Nigerians r going to solve our problems ourselves cause its obvious nobody gives a dime abt us
3)Even though we still trying to get some things right,most african countries can't compare with us...esp GHANA!
4)So,hate us or love us we stil d giant of Africa!
|Politics / Mark : Nigeria Has Less Friends In Africa by Rilikoko(m): 2:09pm On Feb 13|
We don’t have many friends in Africa.” That formed part of the words by Senate President David Mark while narrating his experience in South Africa during the Nations Cup final between Nigeria and Burkina Faso.
Speaking at plenary yesterday during a debate on a motion by Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu and 107 others, on Nigeria’s Outing at the AFCON 2013, Mark noted that very few people from other African countries wanted Nigeria to win the trophy.
“From my interaction with people from other African countries who went to watch the match, I observed that we don’t have many friends in Africa. Only very few people, including those I interacted with in the State bus, supported us. They believed that Nigeria is great already, and they wanted Burkina Faso to win. I think this implies that as a nation, we should learn to be self-reliant”, Mark said.
It would be recalled that Mark led a Federal Government delegation to South Africa to spur the Super Eagles to victory following President Goodluck Jonathan’s inability to cheer the team in person as earlier promised.
His Mark a learner??...Good thing he witnessed it firsthand
|Islam for Muslims / Re: Marrying A Widow By The Husband's Family: Islamic Perspective by Rilikoko(m): 9:21pm On Feb 11|
[quote author=deols]if she wants it, there should be no problem once the people involved are not mahram to her. for example, her husband's sons cannot marry her but the husband's brother should be able to, with her consent(and not as an inherited property)
the husband's father cannot marry her.
In d case of d husband's brother.....is dis right islamically??
|Islam for Muslims / Re: Marrying A Widow By The Husband's Family: Islamic Perspective by Rilikoko(m): 7:04pm On Feb 11|
@tbaba n zahyal tanks fr d reply...it was a rude shock to me to find out some pple stil practise dis.truely d holy Quran is man's utmost guidance,may Allah (swt) show us is favor.....checking on d surah Nisai @zahyal
|Islam for Muslims / Marrying A Widow By The Husband's Family: Islamic Perspective by Rilikoko(m): 3:51pm On Feb 11|
Salam to my fellow NL muslim fam,dis issue of marring d widow(esp young widows) by d late husband's family (i.e brother,uncle n even son) is still unacceptable to me.Dis is common among d Yoruba tribe n maybe d Igbo too,nt sure...and believe me wen I say it is still practiced in dis our modern age.
So my sincere question is,is dis act permissible in Islam?? And wat are d rights of a muslim widow??
Thank u as u comment
|Politics / Re: How APC Will Succeed - Governor Oshiomhole by Rilikoko(m): 7:48am On Feb 09|
I tire for my fellow Nigerians oo,we asked fr merger of opposition parties nd here it is been criticized by pple again.when d last attempt to merge failed we all went hard on d parties fr failing Nigerians...btw,like who n who do u expect to see in d new party #APC,baba Adeboye,chief imams,CAN ehn?! because u all making noise abt 'strange bed fellows'...Nigerians are hypocrites! Shiooor
|Politics / Re: ACN, CPC, ANPP And APGA Merged Officially? by Rilikoko(m): 10:42pm On Feb 05|
Politics is more intense n complex than we all assume here.let's watch n see as events unfold,likeminds bonding stronger n odas finding d exit door.by 2015 we will av a formidable opposition to deliver us frm PDP
Dis is d best news so far dis year!
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|Celebrities / Re: 2face Idibia Opens Up On Wedding Plans,music Career & Lots More by Rilikoko(m): 1:41pm On Jan 27|
Yesooo! Nobody holy pass....respect 2baba!
|Education / How Do I Retrieve Jamb Reg Number (2006 Ume)?? by Rilikoko(m): 6:14pm On Jan 21|
Pls guys,dis is quite important n urgent.how can one retrieve lost jamb reg numb,I can't seem to remember d last time I sight d slip sef n can't even remember a single digit of it.but presently I need it badly for my school clearance....pls anybody dat can help me wit it,pls guys
|NYSC / Re: NYSC Batch A 2013 House by Rilikoko(m): 5:50pm On Jan 18|
Hey guys!..anybody heard any info about jamb reg numb required frm student to mobilise fr nysc? Its confusing cos some pple didn't use jamb enter sch oo
|Romance / Re: My Boyfriend Of Two Years Thinks That I Cheated by Rilikoko(m): 3:02pm On Jan 02|
But why why why!....do u av to state his tribe?
|Family / Re: What is Your Earliest Childhood Memory ? by Rilikoko(m): 10:24pm On Dec 11, 2012|
In d early 90s,remembered acting WWF (wrestling) wit my step-brodas anytym we r bought a new pant.mostly colored pant n I always got d yellow one...also how evrybody run helter-scatter once we hear pim-pim! (d horn of my dad's car) oboy kom see race.a lot to remember jare
|Celebrities / Sarkodie N R2bees Boycott Concert Over P Square's Pay by Rilikoko(m): 12:21pm On Dec 02, 2012|
R2Bees and Sarkodie (from
Ghana) were billed to perform
on the same stage at today’s
Malta Guinness sponsored ‘Top
of the World Concert’ alongside
P-Sqaure (from Nigeria) . It is
alleged that the organizers
(Charter House) have agreed to
pay Psquare a whooping
$200,000 and the Ghanaian musicians (Sarkodie & R2Bees) a
chicken $5,000 each (approximately).
Is it fair to pay all African artist same performance fee
regardless of their popularity and status?
Now wat do u guys think abt dis!!
|Politics / Re: Today Is Nuhu Ribadu's Birthday. Your Wish Or Advice To Him. by Rilikoko(m): 2:40pm On Nov 11, 2012|
Even our corrupt president attest to his straightforwardness when he said "I kno Ribadu very well,nobody can force anything on him"....Hbd to a true patriot,Mallam Ribadu
|Career / Re: Guidance Needed Please... by Rilikoko(m): 12:15am On Nov 08, 2012|
Does it really matter wat u study nw in dis country,I doubt.needless to say he studied building tech
|Autos / Re: Fairly Used Assorted Engines For Sale(uk Used) by Rilikoko(m): 2:10pm On Nov 07, 2012|
Do u have for nissan altima,2000 model?
|Career / Guidance Needed Please... by Rilikoko(m): 12:45pm On Nov 07, 2012|
For a graduate that still has some time spared before d nysc,what kinda professional course/certifacte exam do u recommend....please serious comment only,please.thanks
|Jokes Etc / Why Oh Why!...baba God by Rilikoko(m): 11:20am On Oct 10, 2012|
how can PHCN,PDP,OBJ,GEJ,IBB,NFF,NPF,DANA,SANUSI,BOKO HARAM, MILITANT and Aluu be in one country
Pls take some to other countries...I take ur name beg u,biko,joh....abeg my pple add ur own oo,mayb God fit answer our prayer here!
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