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Family / Re: Are You Burnt Out With No Where To Turn To Or Just Simply Depressed? by comradechekov: 2:45pm
Omojudy:

OK. So you no wan die yet you wan promote the sweetness of the sucide attempt? Funny man. Learn to be less insultive then I am sure you will find life more pleasant. And not be whatever it is you are being.
Warm regards.
my original post was just to make it clear that a human really does feel light and free at the point of committing suicide. and then you came to start blabbering about hell and the people i would have left behind if i had died, using drunkards as a point of reference to judge my suicide attempt, not thinking about why i chose to attempt it in the first place, not dropping a message like "hey take it easy. everything's gonna get better...etc" at the very least like some others did. But instead, you jump in to say if i die i die for myself. mvthafvcka. i'm dead to you so beat it. you are really senseless.
Literature / Re: Lethal Matrimony by Giannaaaaaa: 2:42pm
RICHARD


"I cooked you dinner , I hope you're still a fan of my jollof rice" Idara said nervously. Richard nodded and sat down on one of the chairs.
"You don't look fine, what's wrong?" Idara asked concerned.
"I'm fine, just not been able to sleep for a while" Richard responded. Idara placed a plate of jollof rice and chicken in front of him.
"Why don't you sleep here tonight, maybe you'll be able to sleep properly" Idara suggested her hand covered his.

"That wouldn't be right Idara, I don't want to take advantage of your generosity" Richard said picking up a spoon.

It's not generosity, Idara wanted to tell him but she said nothing. She's give him time to mourn his child, she'd be with him through out. He'd fall back in love with her, she decided watching him.

It was probably wrong for her to join forces with Nene and her parents to tell Richard that his child was dead, but that was the only way to get Nene out of Richard's life for good. Nene had assured her that when she had the baby, she would leave the country for good.

"Richard stop thinking about it, you will have other children" Idara said. "It's not your fault, Nene's parents should have thought of a better way to break the news to her" Idara said. "I don't think you understand, if I had been home she wouldn't have touched a drop of alcohol. I left Nene get to me, through out our marriage I always found one way or the other to avoid her" Richard said.
"She was a terrible wife, you were unhappy in a terrible married" Idara consoled him.
"She was, but these days I keep thinking. Maybe if I hadn't avoided her so much or incite the little fights she picked up with me our marriage might have worked out fine"

Richard picked up his wine glass. He contemplated downing the whole liquid in one gulp going for another but then he remembered it was alcohol that had gotten him into his first mistake. He didn't want the same mistake with Idara.
"It wouldn't have" Idara countered. "I know women like Nene, she wouldn't have been satisfied no matter what you'd done" Idara said. She wanted him to stop talking about Nene, she wished he'd stop thinking about his previous marriage.

"The wine is good Richie, bottoms up" Idara said. Richard shrugged and took a sip.
"We never really got to celebrate your divorce" Idara smiled but Richard didn't smile back. "My baby died, what's there to celebrate?" he asked Idara.

"You need to get over it, I can help you" Idara got up from her seat and went to sit beside him. "How do you intend to help me? " Richard asked.
"Well... Most times a man needs another woman to get over one" Idara said. "Idara...stop it. I'd hate to compromise our friendship" Richard said. "We were dating before Nene came along, you were going to marry me. Have you forgotten so quickly, let's pick up from where we left off" Idara brought her face closer to his. Richard wanted to protest but Idara was having none of it "Sssh, don't think about Nene or the baby. Think about me" she pressed her lips to Richard's.
"Think about us, we could date again. We could have the life we both wanted again" Idara said.
What life had he wanted, and what did he want now? Richard wondered.
Phones / Top 10 Reasons Your Phone Battery Dies So Quickly by fabinfos(f): 2:41pm
@KikioTolu

Checkout the list below;

Your phone screen brightness is set too high. This is one thing that consumes your battery power. When your phone screen brightness is set high, then don’t expect your battery to last too long.

Your phone is on 4G network. 4G consumes more data than 2G and 3G, so also does 3G consume more data than 2G. The thing is, if you are not doing any heavy download or streaming, turnoff your 4G network and switch to a less battery consuming 3G network.

Your software isn’t up-to-date. It is possible that there is a bug in your software that is making it drain your battery, and the programmers have improved on it. You’d need to upgrade to the latest version.

Your phone has hardware issues. Yes, hardware issues can lead to your phone going dead real quick. Getting a professional opinion on things is a good step to take.

Apps and data are automatically syncing. When you are automatically syncing your photos, videos, apps, music, and app data, then your phone battery is likely to go off faster.

Using battery savers. I don’t like this apps, and neither should you. They claim to save your battery, but in the end keep running in the background and consume a lot of power.

Using resource intensive apps. When you are making use of resource intensive apps like games then your battery is most likely to die quickly. So if you fall into that circle of game addicts, just get yourself ready to charge your phone.

You’re overdoing it with battery-draining apps and activities. Some battery draining apps are really good, and we can barely do without them, but when you are using them too frequently, then your phone battery is likely to go off quick. Google Maps for instance is a well known battery draining app.

Background apps. This is a top suspect, and you need to be on the look out for apps that are not useful but keep running in the background. To do this, you don’t need to install a battery saver app, but simply use your device apps manager.

Notifications. Yes, when your notifications keep going off all day, you are likely to lose power soon. Notification sounds, screen wake up, and led lights are activities that consume battery, so look into them.

Source: http://kikiotolu.com/reasons-your-phone-battery-dies-quickly/

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Crime / Video Shows Canadian Man Begging For His Life Minutes Before He Is Lynched by babile: 2:38pm
A Canadian man has been killed by a Peruvian mob, who accused him of murdering a respected elderly shaman.

Sebastian Woodroffe, 41, traveled to Peru to study natural medicine and to seek enlightenment. He was studying hallucinogenic medicine in the Amazon rainforest before he was killed by a mob for allegedly shooting dead the indigenous healer Olivia Arevalo Lomas, 81, dead.

Arevalo was a beloved shaman who ran a lucrative healing center that offered ayahuasca - an Indigenous hallucinogenic mixture - to Westerners, according to CBC. Woodroffe is believed to be one of her patients.

Arevalo was killed on Thursday by two fatal shots and Peruvian authorities describe Woodroffe as her killer. On the same day Arevalo was killed, Woodroffe was lynched by people of the Ucayali region of the Amazon rainforest who blame him for the healer’s death.

Peruvian police said the Canadian man was brutally dragged by the neck through the rain forest. A rope was tied around his neck and he was dragged around. A cellphone video released by local press shows a man covered in blood believed to be Woodroffe begging for mercy as he was dragged by a rope around his neck between thatch-roofed homes. He is last seen in the video motionless on the muddy ground.

On Saturday officials dug up Woodroffe’s body from an unmarked grave in the forest 0.6miles away from Arevalo’s home.

"The body had been fully identified (as that of Sebastian Woodroffe) using fingerprints," General Jorge Lam, the lead police officer in the double murder inquiry, said to The Guardian.

Ricardo Palma Jimenez, the head of the group of prosecutors in Ucayali, said that no arrests have been made in relation to Woodroffe’s death.

"We will not rest until both murders, of the Indigenous woman as well as the Canadian man, are solved," he said in a phone interview to Reuters.

Watch the video below.
http://newsnow.com.ng/peruvian-mob-kills-canadian-man-shooting-dead-respected-elderly-shaman-video/

Autos / Re: We Buy Condemned Battery & Solar Battery&also Swap Dead Battery With New Or Toks by abidemidare: 2:29pm
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Properties / Re: We Buy Condemned Battery & Solar Battery&Also Swap Dead Battery With New or toks by abidemidare: 2:28pm
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Technology Market / Re: We Buy Dead Solar And Inverter Battery, Also Swap Dead Battery With New Or Toks by abidemidare: 2:28pm
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Politics / Re: Kenya Is Ahead of Nigeria In All Aspect (Fact Don't Lie) by jason14: 2:23pm
rvp2017:
The thing is dead..it was just irrational exuberance when oil was 140 usd per barrel...Nigeria without Oil is nothing...so they have to wait until oil price rally..otherwise where is the money to build that city going to come from?
Mr rssvvp EAC is being built by private investors from around d world , the government has very little hand in it . billionaires from all over d world are investing in the city , so oil or no oil the mega city will still be completed then u and ur family can come and enjoy it lool
Literature / Re: Marvel Chronicles 2 :executive Sanction by Apollux(m): 2:19pm
Nostra and Dagger came closer to observe the heap that the ADMEC was buried under. Armsmith came out from hiding, his darkened face briefly brightened up by the forced smile on it.


“Never really believed that will work. “ He said, holding the smooth metallic disc object, tapping at it with one finger as he spoke. “Already brought out the sonic grenade, ready to use it as a follow up if… “
The next words were cut short as the heap and rubbles before then shifted with a loud grating noise, dust spew and the buried ADMEC lifted from it.


The moving of servo motors joint shrieked with protest as if the metallic parts were struggling to move. The three watched in disbelief as it stood, the huge chunks of duracrete stones fell from it. The body looked blackened by scorched marks with dented areas, other wise it was undamaged. Before any of them could make a move, the single undamaged tri barrel gun barked sharply, Dagger was shredded into huge chunks of flesh, bones and blood which scattered on the ground.


One shoulder rocket pod of the ADMEC was dented and crushed. It was smoking and whirring as it tried to shoot but to no avail. That was what made Nostra not to suffer the same fate as his brother. The second rocket pod was still functional and a puff of smoke belched from one of the six holes spewing out a rocket that headed for Armsmith.


The bounty hunter was busily trying to activate the sonic grenade when the rocket hit him dead center. He blew up with the rocket's explosion and pieces of him too tiny to see in the poor light were scattered far. The explosion knocked Nostra away from his feet, with tiny hot metal shrapnel lacerating his body. He hit the ground hard, passed out from the sudden trauma and loss of blood from numerous cuts.
Religion / Re: UK Position On Gay Marriage Satanic, Ignore It, CAN Tells Buhari by Karleb(m): 2:07pm
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked


I'd be so glad if the dullard can at least legalize same-sex marriage.

So with all the pressing issues in Nigeria, the only one that'll give you joy is the legalization of same sex marriage? shocked sad

Well, I was an homophobe but I've changed now, I'm no longer as homophobic as I was. I do laugh at homophobic Nigerians, your no. 1 prayer point is to travel abroad where the next door neighbor might have two mums or two dads but you still hate gays.

I'm actually very straight and I don't care if Nigeria legalize gay marriage or not.

You know what'll make me happy? If FG can provide me with interrupted power supply. If state owing workers can be penalized and the workers debt are paid in full. If we can have good roads and revive various dying(dead) sectors in this country.

We really need to get our priorities right as a nation!
Politics / Re: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's Revelation About Donald Duke & Omoyele Sowore In Her Book by deomelllo: 2:02pm
chronique:



Get the Bleep out of here, you this dumb idiot! Look who is calling someone slow. I bet you went to a substandard school and they didn't teach you that when you are enumerating points and listing them 1 by 1 and explaining them, each note under the listed item should obviously be in reference to the point highlighted there. See who is talking about having a high IQ. How does full stop ending a statement correlate with both notes under the same point, meaning different things? Mumu that doesn't even know the difference between the words "hard and heard". I should have known I was conversing with a brain dead nitwit all along.




Olodo, learn how to read and comprehend.

The useless woman borrowed from 2012-2015. FACT

She borrowed hundreds of billions to pay workers salary. FACT.


You can bark like bingo all you want and play dumb and ignorant till the end of your ignorant life, the above stays as facts that your ignorant and inability to read and comprehend existence can not change.
Politics / Re: Kenya Is Ahead of Nigeria In All Aspect (Fact Don't Lie) by rvp2017: 1:55pm
The thing is dead..it was just irrational exuberance when oil was 140 usd per barrel...Nigeria without Oil is nothing...so they have to wait until oil price rally..otherwise where is the money to build that city going to come from?
kikuyu1:

We've mentioned more than once about your low rate of established retail outlets AND THAT REALITY IS BITING YOU IN THE ARSE-AS USUAL! Rvp2017,find some details on this EAC Naijjans are always bleating about-you know we can't trust professional story tellers for anything.
Politics / Re: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's Revelation About Donald Duke & Omoyele Sowore In Her Book by chronique(m): 1:41pm
deomelllo:








Again, you have poor, lousy and elementary reading and comprehension skills.


Your low IQ quipped you that 2 different statements on 2 different lines mean the same thing?

When you type and enter full stop before going to another line, that's the end of that statement.

One says she borrowed money from 2012 till Jona's last month in office/May 2015. TRUE

The other says she borrowed hundreds of billions to pay salaries. TRUE.

So, how heard is it to read and understand 2 different statements and simple English?

Are you slow?


Stop bothering me with your ignorant and elementary mentality rubbish.







Get the Bleep out of here, you this dumb idiot! Look who is calling someone slow. I bet you went to a substandard school and they didn't teach you that when you are enumerating points and listing them 1 by 1 and explaining them, each note under the listed item should obviously be in reference to the point highlighted there. See who is talking about having a high IQ. How does full stop ending a statement correlate with both notes under the same point, meaning different things? Mumu that doesn't even know the difference between the words "hard and heard". I should have known I was conversing with a brain dead nitwit all along.
Politics / Re: FG To Channel Recovered $322m Abacha Loot To Social Safety Nets- Adeosun Reveals by nagoma(m): 1:37pm
Why President Buhari's Case Is DifferentBy Joe Igbokwe;

Firs was former President Obasanjo’s letter asking PMB not to contest in 2019 citing many reasons why he has to leave the exalted office. It was quickly followed by another letter from former dictator Ibrahim Babangida asking PMB to step aside In 2019 for a younger president. This was followed by the hate and weeping from the losers of 2015 elections who are yet to come to terms with the situations they found themselves since the feeding bottles were forcefully taken away from their rapacious greedy mouths.It was quickly followed by the cries from those who for years had been stealing our crude oil, selling it and pocketing the dollars, those who stole billions of Pension Funds and Salaries of workers, those who stole trillions of Naira in the name of subsidy, those who stole the federal Government to bones with thousands of fictitious accounts, the banks who raked billions every month as charges, those who stole billions of dollars meant for the purchase of arms to fight insurgents.What of those in JAMB office, FIRS, NIMASA, CUSTOMS who stole billions meant for government coffers? They are not left out in the era of pains and tears. What about the experts in Budget padding found in the National Assembly? They are still weeping and gnashing their teeth.Then followed another gnashing of teeth and weeping from the importers of rice from Thailand that cost the country more than 3 billion dollars every year? What about the tragic stories and tales of woes from those whose ill gotten houses, hard currencies, and cars were confiscated by EFCC? They wished and still wish that PMB must die.Even those found to have stolen billions from the coffers of the Police, Army, Navy, Air Force had to cough out and vomit the money and they are not left out in the weeping contest. Even those found in the media (both electronic and print) who got billions of stolen money to help sell rotten eggs in 2015 are still crying without consolation for years now.They sobbed and sobbed and are still sobbing today with no end in sight. What about the billions confiscated from the coffers of the former first lady? The woman and her followers have been weeping and cursing the day PMB was born. What about the religious leaders who got billions from GEJ in the days of the locust? Oh, they are weeping without control and wish that PMB will die immediately.How come all those who are being accused of stealing money are now feigning sickness? What went wrong? I can go on and on but there is no need to continue to do so. You cannot continue to box a man lying prostrate on ground who has no strength to fight back.Now, their biggest pains is that PMB is doing what they failed to do in 16 years. PMB is building massive infrastructure across Nigeria. PMB has been growing our internal revenue which is now overtaking crude oil revenue, the first in 45 years. PMB has brought about unprecedented revolution in Agriculture in Nigeria and has particularly reduced Rice importation by 60% and employing millions. PMB has added serious values to Power generation (7000+ MW), the highest so far. PMB has given corruption a bloody nose and no Nigerian head of state living or dead has matched his record. PMB has grown the Nigerian Stock Exchange volume of business to 15.75 trillion naira, the highest so far.In their own very eyes PMB is now the Anti Corruption Champion in Africa. This is the principal reason the idiots want him out. They cannot withstand another four years. They may all die. Cheap money is no longer flowing. Looted money is no longer available.They talk about National security, the herdsmen and the killings in Benue, Tarawa, Adamawa. I have been seeing cattle rearers since I was young. Because PMB is a fulani, the bigots think he is arming them to kill other Nigerians and islamize them. Yeye people all!PMB’s case is very different. He had a mission and vision of what he wants to do and he is doing it. The gang up cannot fly and it will not work.A friend once educated me on the meaning of stupid. He says it is knowing the truth, seeing the truth but still believing lies. Being honest may not fetch you many friends but it will fetch you the right ones. PMB friends and committed followers are the ordinary Nigerians who fight for him even with empty stomachs because they believe he is fighting for them. They can feel it , they see it and they know the man is not corrupt.Iam told that the loudest person in the room is not always the strongest. OBJ and IBB’s letter may not fly this time because PMB’s case is different. PMB is doing what OBJ and IBB did not do. IBB corrupted our democracy and democratized corruption. Former President Obasanjo wasted eight years of South West presidency and even wanted a third term. He could not find the killers of Bola Ige, Harry Marshall, Ogbonnaya Uche, Dikibo, Funsho Williams, Daramola etc.Those who destroyed our yesterday cannot be the ones that will control tomorrow’s potentials. This is why PMB’s case is different.Joe IgbokweLagos.
Health / Re: Sickle Cell Patient On Oxygen Dies After Power Outage In Lagos by kingthreat(m): 1:35pm
If it were a stupid person, they will post a picture of the dead girl.Like we want to remember a morbid corpse rather than a beautiful life

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Politics / Re: Presidency Blames Opposition For Fg’s Failure To Stem Herdsmen Killings by vikithor(m): 1:30pm
I LAUGH NON STOP ON MY FELLOW LAZY YOUTHS EXAGGERATED CONFIDENCE ON INEC COUNTING THEIR VOTES ,HIGHLY BELIEVING BUBU OF SUDAN AND MERE COMMISSIONER CAN BE SACKED FROM ASO THRONE VIA THE BALLOTS ?

ALL OF UNA BIA HERE,GMB IS NOT GEJ

HIS ANTECEDENCE SPEAKS THAT A WHOLE NATION CAN FRY TO DUST OF ASH ,THAN ANYONE TO PUSH HIM OVER ?CHECK HISTORY OF HIS FAILURES AT PAST PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

BE WISE,ON ELECTION- NAY ,SELECTION DAY,LOVE YOURSELF,LOCK UP AND STAY IN DOOR , COME N VOTE AGAINST THIS HITLER,RECEIVE BULLET FROM DSS,POLICE ,ARMY,CIVIL DEFENCE etc
AFTER KILLING YOU,THEY BRAND YOU ELECTORAL THUGS,WILL EVEN LAY GUN ON YOUR CORPS (shey dead body fit argue ni )

no ELECTION EXCEPT AFTER RESTRUCTURING
Politics / Re: Troops Storm Boko Haram Training Camp, Engage Terrorists In Shootout. Photos by Buffalowings3: 1:30pm
So where are d dead bodies
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: Russia 2018, 2019 AFCON and The Dawn of a New Era" by Humility017(m): 1:13pm
SerVik:

I think Moses scored a FK in the Afcon qualifier against Cameroon that was ruled out as off even though mikel(the player that was off) didn't touch the ball.
we're not talking of disallowed goal...

bro...that dude has never scored any free kick for the super eagles....despite the numerous dead balls he has been taking
Properties / Effect Of Excess Water In Cement Concrete by Clemostica: 12:31pm
Whilst adding water will in some cases facilitate easier placing, the disadvantages of this include the following:
1.Lower compressive strengths.
2.Segregation of the concrete mix under certain conditions resulting in variable quality throughout the concrete mass.
3.Cracking - with too much water, there will be lower tensile strength, and a tendency towards high shrinkage and subsequent cracking.
4.Dusting and scaling - bleeding of excess water brings too many fines to the surface of floors.
5.Sand streaks - excess water bleeding up the sides of forms washes out cement paste and leaves an unsightly streaked surface.
6 Contamination - too much water in concrete placed on grades causes contamination from the subgrade with the concrete leading to an array of quality problems.
7.Permeability - voids left as excess water evaporates invite water to seep through walls and floors.
8.dead losses - costly repairs, or in extreme cases, demolition and re-building at contractor's expense.
Politics / Re: Nigerians Protest In London Over The Increasing Rate Of Youth Killings. Photos by troublemakea(m): 12:28pm
Jadenmcfadden:
that' the black effect .the same phenomenon can be found in majority black geographic areas such as :Haiti,Nigeria, Jamaica,Liberia ,Camden New jersey,Detroit,Compton,south side Chicago,Congo, and all the other shitholes ,Etc. wherever blacks begin to populate a neighborhood or city, goodbye Danny!
few intelligent minority blacks in a given society is okay ,but not too many, and must be in a supporting role ,not key positions . Anything over 5 or 10 percent of the population is a tragedy.

there's truth in what you saying bro just take a look at jackson,Mississippi one of us black filled state always from one crime and arnachy to another it got to a time anytime cops are been called to intervene instead of arresting they'd just shoot the culprit dead
Religion / Your Government Is A Failure, God Is Angry With You – Oyedepo Blasts Buhari by Groovenaija360(m): 12:20pm
The General Overseer of the Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, has slammed the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration over the unending killing of innocent Nigerians by suspected herdsmen.

The Bishop, who exploded during today’s Sunday service, said he was very angry with the government for having no feeling for human lives.

He also attacked the government following the epileptic power supply, dead refineries and high rate of dollar to naira.

He said, “Can I tell you my anger against this government? No feeling for human lives. You can’t be destroying the work of my father and I will be happy with you. You know what God said? I am angry with the wicked everyday.

“Talk is cheap! You see where change brought us today since 2015? The changest change!

“1 naira will be one dollar. Fuel will be sold at 45 naira. Any responsible government will bring power in 3 months.

“If you bring the scoresheet out, it’s 0%. Do you want change? Work it out ! You better wake up so you don’t suffer the Nigerian kind of change.
Theoretical change.

“3 refineries working! (They must be) located in space. Defending killers! God’s judgement will hit!
If you are happy with what God is angry with, you are ungodly.

“Those who have made others childless, wifeless, husbandless, so shall they become! Do you pray for Armed Robbers? Evil shall not prevail in Nigeria!”

>> https://groovenaija360.com.ng/your-government-failure-god-angry-with-you-oyedepo-blasts-buhari/

Politics / Dear Arsene Wenger, Please Help Us Beg Buhari To Go by uche87(m): 12:13pm
The drawbacks of Nigeria are very complicated. We all know all our stumbling blocks can never be solved in one fell swoop even by a Barack Obama in 8 years but we want administrations that could give us realistic hope and improve our lives.

Two of the three cardinal points of the All Progressives Congress manifesto are fixated on security and the economy. Although President Buhari has recorded giant strides in those areas, but his records have fallen below expectations as well as what is adequate on a national scale. Most of his accomplishments are only admirable on the pages of newspapers after being polished by paid writers and those benefiting from him directly.

The first step of solving a problem is identification/diagnosis. One has to admit first of all that there is a problem and then look at the causes of the problem towards making steps to mitigate it. Trust me; President Buhari doesn't understand the major problems of Nigeria thereby making it unfeasible for him to bring solutions.

An earlier indication of President Buhari’s lack of understanding of governance was his decision to avoid the 2015 presidential debate. Another one is his failure to regularly communicate with Nigerians directly except through this media aides and scripted non-committal public speeches. When last did President Buhari hold another presidential media chat aside the tepid one organized in December, 2015? These are for obvious reasons.

President Buhari has a penchant for talking to the international media but the challenge is that he regularly tells them the wrong things that end up de-marketing Nigeria on a large-scale.

President Buhari traveled to the United Kingdom amid fears that his health had deteriorated again as it earlier kept him out of office for almost 6 months on a cumulative note. He spoke to his old friend, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby whom he discussed the issue of insecurity/herdsmen crisis with making reference to the fall out of the Muammar Gaddafi administration in 2011 which caused a spill-over effect of arms proliferation in Nigeria.

Aside the Boko Haram crisis, Nigeria has bled from the quagmire of Fulani herdsmen clashes with local farmers leaving hundreds dead. With interviews granted by the leadership of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, arguments against the anti-open grazing laws in Benue State, compensation of warring herdsmen by the Kaduna State governor, Nasir Ahmad El Rufai, media reports on attacks in worst hit Taraba, Adamawa and Plateau states, controversial revelation about the cause of the crisis by the Minister of Defence Mansur Dan Ali, town hall meetings and other peaceful resolution attempts; the crisis which is as old as agriculture in Nigeria has little or nothing to do with Libya which Nigeria doesn't share borders directly with. Six countries border Libya namely Niger, Chad, Tunisia Egypt, Algeria and Sudan with none of them experiencing any herdsmen/farmers clashes. If the problem has to do with the collapsed government in Libya, then where did the recommendation of cattle colony or ranching as a panacea to the mayhem come from?

Another gaffe was of recent when Buhari while speaking at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster insinuated that a lot of Nigerian youths are lazy and are not interested in formal education because of the oil rich state of the country. This is totally wrong in all ramifications and should be condemned. Unemployment rate in Nigeria is around 18.8% after climbing from 8.2% in Q2 2015 when Buhari took over; under Buhari, over 7 million jobs have been lost in the past three years.

The major reasons why people are trying to flee the country in droves desperately through the land borders even in the face of death and slavery bore down to the unprogressive nature of the country. Nigeria has been rated low on Human Development Index. One wonders why the same people who failed woefully in Nigeria succeed abroad. Buhari should be reminded that 6 PhD holders, 704 Masters degree holders and over 8,460 Bachelor degree holders once applied as Graduate Executive Truck Drivers with the Dangote Group while the company needed a 100 people in 2012. 800,000 people also jostled for 1,500 available job slots with the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC in December, 2012.

In Edo state in 2014, about 4,000 people applied for vacancies at the Directorate of State Security when they originally needed 10 people (per state) according to reports. In 2014, 16 job job-seekers died and over 119 others were injured in the keen contest for 4,000 job slots at the Nigeria Immigration Service after being scammed of N1,000 each. 6.5 million people across the 36 states in Nigeria applied for the vacancies. In August, 2017, it was revealed that 1.2 million applicants applied for 1,112 vacancies at the same establishment. In November, 2016, 700,000 job applicants applied for 500 job slots at the Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS and I could go on and on with disturbing figures.

According to a former Minister of Finance Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, no fewer than 1.8 million Nigerian graduates move into the labour market every year as at 2014. How many of them are gainfully employed? Underemployment is rife in Nigeria and things are not getting better. We have thousands of graduates working for a paltry sum of N50,000 or less at the commercial capital, Lagos where cost of living is astronomical without any financial benefits. Their transport fares consume more than half of the pays not to talk of feeding. All these people can only hope for a better tomorrow courtesy of the preaching they hear in religious institutions.

President Buhari and his cronies have smartly cornered the juicy Central Bank of Nigeria, Federal Inland Revenue Service and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation jobs for themselves. I agree with the President that some Nigerian youths might fall into that category of being lazy and uneducated, but the number is insignificant. Even the United Kingdom has over 250,000 homeless people with many able-bodied ones uninterested in working. This is coming from a leader who hired 13 Senior Advocates of Nigeria, SANs when his basic Secondary School Certificate was demanded in court.

President Buhari has proudly created phantom jobs in agriculture with his achievement of 90% reduction in the importation of rice remaining unverifiable. If this is President Buhari's view of the highly industrious Nigerian youths applauded by the novelist Chimamanda Adichie, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and CNN show host Fareed Zakaria, then the solution to unemployment which could cause an implosion is far from him.

This is not Buhari's first time of embarrassing Nigeria on international soil. Recall that at beginning of this administration, President Buhari stated in the United States in 2015 that he will not treat Nigerians equally. His 97%-5% treatment according to political support given during the presidential election didn't even add up to 100% mathematically speaking.

Buhari also told a UK audience that Nigerians are corrupt in corroboration of the infamous view of a former British Prime Minister David Cameron that Nigeria is one of the most fantastically corrupt countries in the world.

At the aftermath of his wife - Aisha Buhari's controversial interview by the BBC Hausa, the President apparently derided her by claiming she has no business in politics as she belongs to the kitchen, the living room and the‘other room’. This misogynistic and sexist statement was made before one of the most powerful women in the world, German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

I have always studied three elderly prominent people in the world namely U.S President Donald Trump - 71, Arsene Wenger - 68 and President Buhari - 75 in the face of the #NotTooYoungToRun campaign in a bid to understand if leadership is about age or competency. Trump stands out regardless of his unconventional style of governance and controversies. His tax cuts have increased investments in America and created more jobs, America’s stock market is one of the most performing in the world, unemployment under him has reach a 49 year low with almost 3 million jobs created since 2016, his trade war with China which causes the U.S an annual trade deficit of $500 billion and another $300 billion in intellectual property theft is beginning to yield positive results with China reducing tariffs on importation of automobiles; he has brought nuclear weapons-obsessed North Korea to the negotiation table, trying to clip the wings of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad who has been allegedly using chemical weapons against his people, tightening border security amid other initiatives that have taken his approval rating over 50% despite his gaffes.

On the other hand, Arsene Wenger with almost 22 years at Arsenal Football club has been a shadow of his former self winning just 10 trophies in over two decades with the club falling out of the top 4 contest in the English Premier League and settling for the Europa League. His football strategies and ideas have proven ineffective. They seem too analog in a digital age; he is just like Buhari. He finally succumbed to intense pressure to resign at the end of the season for the good of the club. President Buhari should dial up his phone number, discuss with him about what it means to overstay one’s welcome in office and bow out after his first term which expires in 2019.

Fighting corruption is necessary but can never be an economic policy as it’s been apparently projected. It’s time for Buhari to dismount the horse as Obasanjo advised to gloriously tend to his healthy cattle in Daura, Katsina State.
It’s time for Buhari to choose how he wants to be remembered by Nigerians. In the words of the federal lawmaker representing Kaduna Central Shehu Sani while reacting to President Buhari's second term bid declaration;

"Now that Baba decided not to be a Mandela, we hope he become a Deng Xioping and not Augustus Pinochet Agarte".
Deng Xiaoping, was the paramount leader in the 1980s who lifted China out of backwardness with economic reforms, highlighted by his motto “Hide your strength, bide your time".

Deng was the first to rule out lifelong tenure in Communist Party leadership.

On the other hand, Gen. Augusto Pinochet Ugarte was the brutal dictator who repressed and reshaped Chile for nearly two decades and became a notorious symbol of human rights abuse and corruption.

It’s not about the length of time in office as South African legend, Nelson Mandela proved after doing just one term; it’s about the legacy you are leaving behind. 94-year old former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe was in power for 37 years and till date, he is a perfect example of the backwardness of power-drunk and sit-tight African leaders. The ball is in Buhari's court.

Osayimwen Osahon George is a journalist and a political scientist. He writes from Lagos State.

Source: http://www.villagetowncrier.com/2018/04/dear-arsene-wenger-please-help-us-beg.html

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Politics / Re: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's Revelation About Donald Duke & Omoyele Sowore In Her Book by TundeEinstein(m): 12:10pm
fergusen:
Sahara Reporters also implicated.
https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2018/04/17/how-jonathan-conceded-2015-election-book-by-okonjo-iweala-reveals/

Bye bye to Sowore's 2019 ambition. My support withdrawn. angry
Bros howfar nah, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala was part of OBJ's government hence, the reason her personality is going to be a subject of interest for Sahara reporters because that is what they do and She said she found the recording of their conversation on internet if there is nothing incriminating in the conversation, I mean, if she is all clean, why the brouhaha? See ehn my brother, you and I know all these people no be today all methods will be employed to get Sowore to be dead On Arrival. Let us hear from the Sowore himself first and not conclude in haste. Was she not the minister of finance when all the money was being stolen, when Sanusi Lamido was shouting from CBN then, what was she doing. Or she had no idea all the while? Sanusi Lamido foresaw recession what did she do to avert it ?money was missing did she say anything??

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Politics / Re: Nigerians Protest In London Over The Increasing Rate Of Youth Killings. Photos by sirusX(m): 11:47am
marttol:
How can you cope among racist,even in South Africa, Nigerians are not safe... Even in your country, poverty can kill you,arm robbery ... I don't think anywhere is safe on earth, only those that are under the Shadow of God are safe


RIP to the dead

Trouble looms in whatever country one stays...it's by grace one survives each day

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Politics / Dear Arsene Wenger, Please Help Us Beg Buhari To Go by uche87(m): 11:44am
The drawbacks of Nigeria are very complicated. We all know all our stumbling blocks can never be solved in one fell swoop even by a Barack Obama in 8 years but we want administrations that could give us realistic hope and improve our lives.

Two of the three cardinal points of the All Progressives Congress manifesto are fixated on security and the economy. Although President Buhari has recorded giant strides in those areas, but his records have fallen below expectations as well as what is adequate on a national scale. Most of his accomplishments are only admirable on the pages of newspapers after being polished by paid writers and those benefiting from him directly.

The first step of solving a problem is identification/diagnosis. One has to admit first of all that there is a problem and then look at the causes of the problem towards making steps to mitigate it. Trust me; President Buhari doesn't understand the major problems of Nigeria thereby making it unfeasible for him to bring solutions.

An earlier indication of President Buhari’s lack of understanding of governance was his decision to avoid the 2015 presidential debate. Another one is his failure to regularly communicate with Nigerians directly except through this media aides and scripted non-committal public speeches. When last did President Buhari hold another presidential media chat aside the tepid one organized in December, 2015? These are for obvious reasons.

President Buhari has a penchant for talking to the international media but the challenge is that he regularly tells them the wrong things that end up de-marketing Nigeria on a large-scale.

President Buhari traveled to the United Kingdom amid fears that his health had deteriorated again as it earlier kept him out of office for almost 6 months on a cumulative note. He spoke to his old friend, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby whom he discussed the issue of insecurity/herdsmen crisis with making reference to the fall out of the Muammar Gaddafi administration in 2011 which caused a spill-over effect of arms proliferation in Nigeria.

Aside the Boko Haram crisis, Nigeria has bled from the quagmire of Fulani herdsmen clashes with local farmers leaving hundreds dead. With interviews granted by the leadership of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, arguments against the anti-open grazing laws in Benue State, compensation of warring herdsmen by the Kaduna State governor, Nasir Ahmad El Rufai, media reports on attacks in worst hit Taraba, Adamawa and Plateau states, controversial revelation about the cause of the crisis by the Minister of Defence Mansur Dan Ali, town hall meetings and other peaceful resolution attempts; the crisis which is as old as agriculture in Nigeria has little or nothing to do with Libya which Nigeria doesn't share borders directly with. Six countries border Libya namely Niger, Chad, Tunisia Egypt, Algeria and Sudan with none of them experiencing any herdsmen/farmers clashes. If the problem has to do with the collapsed government in Libya, then where did the recommendation of cattle colony or ranching as a panacea to the mayhem come from?

Another gaffe was of recent when Buhari while speaking at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster insinuated that a lot of Nigerian youths are lazy and are not interested in formal education because of the oil rich state of the country. This is totally wrong in all ramifications and should be condemned. Unemployment rate in Nigeria is around 18.8% after climbing from 8.2% in Q2 2015 when Buhari took over; under Buhari, over 7 million jobs have been lost in the past three years.

The major reasons why people are trying to flee the country in droves desperately through the land borders even in the face of death and slavery bore down to the unprogressive nature of the country. Nigeria has been rated low on Human Development Index. One wonders why the same people who failed woefully in Nigeria succeed abroad. Buhari should be reminded that 6 PhD holders, 704 Masters degree holders and over 8,460 Bachelor degree holders once applied as Graduate Executive Truck Drivers with the Dangote Group while the company needed a 100 people in 2012. 800,000 people also jostled for 1,500 available job slots with the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC in December, 2012.

In Edo state in 2014, about 4,000 people applied for vacancies at the Directorate of State Security when they originally needed 10 people (per state) according to reports. In 2014, 16 job job-seekers died and over 119 others were injured in the keen contest for 4,000 job slots at the Nigeria Immigration Service after being scammed of N1,000 each. 6.5 million people across the 36 states in Nigeria applied for the vacancies. In August, 2017, it was revealed that 1.2 million applicants applied for 1,112 vacancies at the same establishment. In November, 2016, 700,000 job applicants applied for 500 job slots at the Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS and I could go on and on with disturbing figures.

According to a former Minister of Finance Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, no fewer than 1.8 million Nigerian graduates move into the labour market every year as at 2014. How many of them are gainfully employed? Underemployment is rife in Nigeria and things are not getting better. We have thousands of graduates working for a paltry sum of N50,000 or less at the commercial capital, Lagos where cost of living is astronomical without any financial benefits. Their transport fares consume more than half of the pays not to talk of feeding. All these people can only hope for a better tomorrow courtesy of the preaching they hear in religious institutions.

President Buhari and his cronies have smartly cornered the juicy Central Bank of Nigeria, Federal Inland Revenue Service and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation jobs for themselves. I agree with the President that some Nigerian youths might fall into that category of being lazy and uneducated, but the number is insignificant. Even the United Kingdom has over 250,000 homeless people with many able-bodied ones uninterested in working. This is coming from a leader who hired 13 Senior Advocates of Nigeria, SANs when his basic Secondary School Certificate was demanded in court.
President Buhari has proudly created phantom jobs in agriculture with his achievement of 90% reduction in the importation of rice remaining unverifiable. If this is President Buhari's view of the highly industrious Nigerian youths applauded by the novelist Chimamanda Adichie, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and CNN show host Fareed Zakaria, then the solution to unemployment which could cause an implosion is far from him.
This is not Buhari's first time of embarrassing Nigeria on international soil. Recall that at beginning of this administration, President Buhari stated in the United States in 2015 that he will not treat Nigerians equally. His 97%-5% treatment according to political support given during the presidential election didn't even add up to 100% mathematically speaking.

Buhari also told a UK audience that Nigerians are corrupt in corroboration of the infamous view of a former British Prime Minister David Cameron that Nigeria is one of the most fantastically corrupt countries in the world.

At the aftermath of his wife - Aisha Buhari's controversial interview by the BBC Hausa, the President apparently derided her by claiming she has no business in politics as she belongs to the kitchen, the living room and the‘other room’. This misogynistic and sexist statement was made before one of the most powerful women in the world, German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

I have always studied three elderly prominent people in the world namely U.S President Donald Trump - 71, Arsene Wenger - 68 and President Buhari - 75 in the face of the #NotTooYoungToRun campaign in a bid to understand if leadership is about age or competency. Trump stands out regardless of his unconventional style of governance and controversies. His tax cuts have increased investments in America and created more jobs, America’s stock market is one of the most performing in the world, unemployment under him has reach a 49 year low with almost 3 million jobs created since 2016, his trade war with China which causes the U.S an annual trade deficit of $500 billion and another $300 billion in intellectual property theft is beginning to yield positive results with China reducing tariffs on importation of automobiles; he has brought nuclear weapons-obsessed North Korea to the negotiation table, trying to clip the wings of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad who has been allegedly using chemical weapons against his people, tightening border security amid other initiatives that have taken his approval rating over 50% despite his gaffes.

On the other hand, Arsene Wenger with almost 22 years at Arsenal Football club has been a shadow of his former self winning just 10 trophies in over two decades with the club falling out of the top 4 contest in the English Premier League and settling for the Europa League. His football strategies and ideas have proven ineffective. They seem too analog in a digital age; he is just like Buhari. He finally succumbed to intense pressure to resign at the end of the season for the good of the club. President Buhari should dial up his phone number, discuss with him about what it means to overstay one’s welcome in office and bow out after his first term which expires in 2019.

Fighting corruption is necessary but can never be an economic policy as it’s been apparently projected. It’s time for Buhari to dismount the horse as Obasanjo advised to gloriously tend to his healthy cattle in Daura, Katsina State.
It’s time for Buhari to choose how he wants to be remembered by Nigerians. In the words of the federal lawmaker representing Kaduna Central Shehu Sani while reacting to President Buhari's second term bid declaration;

"Now that Baba decided not to be a Mandela, we hope he become a Deng Xioping and not Augustus Pinochet Agarte".
Deng Xiaoping, was the paramount leader in the 1980s who lifted China out of backwardness with economic reforms, highlighted by his motto “Hide your strength, bide your time".

Deng was the first to rule out lifelong tenure in Communist Party leadership.

On the other hand, Gen. Augusto Pinochet Ugarte was the brutal dictator who repressed and reshaped Chile for nearly two decades and became a notorious symbol of human rights abuse and corruption.

It’s not about the length of time in office as South African legend, Nelson Mandela proved after doing just one term; it’s about the legacy you are leaving behind. 94-year old former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe was in power for 37 years and till date, he is a perfect example of the backwardness of power-drunk and sit-tight African leaders. The ball is in Buhari's court.

Osayimwen Osahon George is a journalist and a political scientist. He writes from Lagos State.

Source: http://www.villagetowncrier.com/2018/04/dear-arsene-wenger-please-help-us-beg.html

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Politics / Re: Nigerians Protest In London Over The Increasing Rate Of Youth Killings. Photos by marttol: 11:41am
How can you cope among racist,even in South Africa, Nigerians are not safe... Even in your country,your governments are murderers on their own, even arm robbery or Boko Haram, you can be walking in the road and car can hit you,people underestimate the power of prayer, not just any prayer but pray from your heart ... I don't think anywhere is safe on earth, only those that are under the Shadow of God are safe.


RIP to the dead

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TV/Movies / Re: Breakdown Of The BBNaija N45M Prize Won By Miracle by sulakishop(m): 11:04am
Lolzzzz! Wisdom wee not kee u grin

Jh0wsef:
MIRACLE NO BE EFE WEY GO INVEST IN dead THINGS.


LET ME BREAK IT DOWN.

N25,000,000

REAL ESTATE - 10MILLION

BOUTIQUE - 5MILLION

MISCELLANEOUS - 5MILLION


UPKEEP- 4,000,990MILLION


OLOSHO - REMAINING 10K grin

Politics / Re: Troops Storm Boko Haram Training Camp, Engage Terrorists In Shootout. Photos by zinaunreal(m): 11:02am
Where are the corpses of the boko haram fighters? I need to see some dead men dead

Those who critisize the Nigerian Army for keeping you safe at night are free to storm sambisa themselves
Religion / Re: Why Doesn't Bb Naija Hold Religious Programs For The Housemates by BLESSMME: 11:01am
hopefulLandlord:


Daddy Freeze is a Christian and doesn't speak against religion but against how religion is practised

With that being said, the examples I gave about false hope up there can be easily observed and proven to be happening over and over again. Its easy for the religious to tell us advantages of false hope without realising the terrible effects of false hope

Many people have claimed to have died and seen Abacha in hell and that reinforces the idea that we shouldn't bother much about the corruption that's eaten deep as every corrupt person would go to hell fire

Many people have married in poverty, gave birth to many children, one of the children hit it big and they're all out of poverty. that also enforces the false hope that one should keep overpopulating and god would provide

We hear stories of people claiming their genotype changed from SS to something else after prayer. This also enforces the false hope that AS should keep marrying AS


My examples are easily observed and claiming its against Christianity tenets is dishonest

I see NOTHING good in religion and anything good one is deriving from religion could've been derived elsewhere. I see religion as evil and detrimental to the human race
The only problem I see in religion is people who have refused to read the scriptures for themselves but blindly follow what they are told. For the Christians, Jesus Christ whenever he heals people always says 'go and check yourself'. So if people in love have prayed, trusted, had hope and they eventually go to the hospital and check themselves and they are still both As, then the mission should be aborted. They have to know that it is time to change plans. This doesn't change the fact that people's genotype has been changed b4, just that their case was different.
About people giving birth to so many, the bible says a man that can't provide for his household is worse than an infidel, it also went ahead to say that a wise man leaves an inheritance for his children, so anyone giving birth to children they can't comfortably raise and also leave an inheritance for has no one else but themselves to blame, that has absolutely nothing to do with religion.
For those seeing dead politicians in hell and people believing them, I have nothing to tell them. They are on their own
Literature / Vampire From Nowhere (episode 3) by Prudent2019(m): 10:52am
Juan:Lucy.
Lucy:Juan,why are you here? Juan:stay away from Micheal tonight.
Lucy:what are you planning to do?
Juan:this time,he wouldn't escape,we will
be more armed and ready.
Lucy:then what will happen to him?
Juan:he will kill him right with the vampire vaccine,that vaccine is made specially for
him.
Lucy:the vaccine is different from the
other ordinary vampires vaccine?
Juan:yes,he dies tonight.(he walk away)
Lucy:no. INSIDE MICHEAL OFFICE.
Lucy:doctor Micheal.
Micheal:what's wrong?
Lucy:today is my birthday?
Micheal:what?you didn't tell me before.
Lucy:i want you to be with me today,i am planning to celebrate it at a park.
Micheal:when?
Lucy:tonight,will you go with me?
Micheal:yes,i will give you a ride there.
Lucy:no,i will use my car,i also want to
give you a ride today. Micheal:okay.(he smiled)happy birthday.
Lucysadshe force a smile)thank you doctor
Micheal.
Micheal:you are welcome.(Lucy walk
away)i wish i can also celebrate my
birthday one day,but i can't,it is just a nightmares.
EVENING.
Lucy:am leaving now.
Ara:okay,bye.(Lucy walk away)
IN A PARK.
Micheal:there is nothing,not even decorations.
Lucy:doctor Micheal,today isn't my
birthday.
Micheal:what?
Lucy:to be sincere,i lied so that you can
come here with me. Micheal:why?
Lucy:you feel lonely,so i planned to bring
you here to relieve your stress.
Micheal:thanks Lucy.
Lucy:ithought that you would be angry.
Micheal:no,i haven't went out like this,when i was young i wasn't allowed to
roam about,i was protected by
bodygauards and i only stay indoor,i am
happy that i have the chance to move
around.
Lucysadshe starrs at Micheal and she talk in her mind)why did Mr Ray want Micheal
dead?
****
IN LUCY HOUSE.
(Lucy entered into her house while she
was surprised to see Louis and Grey sitting on the sofa)
Lucy:why are you here?
Louis:master told us to bring you.
Lucy:me?
Louis:yes.
Lucysadher heart beat faster)okay,let us go. IN MR RAY MANSION.
(Lucy was tied to a chair while Mr Ray hit
her and slap her)
Mr Raysadangrily)he would have been
killed,because of you,he survived,you
took him away secretly,how dare you betray me?how dare you play smart to
me?
Juan:calm down master,hurting Lucy
wouldn't solve anything out,please let her
go.
Mr Ray:Lucy,if you dare to play tricks and protect Micheal again,i wouldn't spare
your life,let her go.(he walk away angrily)
**
Juan:i will give you a ride home,you are
hurt.
Lucy:stay away from me. Juan:Lucy.
Lucy:don't touch me,am angry right now.
Juan:but you can't go home in this
condition,Mr Ray hurt you a lot.
Lucysadangrily)let me be.
Juan:did you like Micheal? Lucy:what?
Juan:why did you keep protecting him
and why did you keep sticking to him?
Lucy:did you told me on purpose that you
want to kill Micheal?answer me
Juan:yes,i wanted to know either you have feelins for him or not,but what you
did today means that you have feelings
for him,you have to clear those feelings
Lucy,you are a human and you are
weak,you can never defeat we
vampires,Micheal have powers,he isn't an ordinary vampire,if you haven't helped
him,we would have killed him.
Lucy:stay away from me,i will get a cab
home.
Juansadhe pull Lucy angrily closer to the
wall and he look at Lucy angrily)i also want Highest for myself,after i have
gotten highest,we will both get married.
Lucy:you are not different from your
father Juan.
Juan:Lucy.
Lucy:if you keep hurting me deep inside,i may hate you.
Juan:Lucy,because of you master still
keep you alive.
Lucy:no,it is because your father want me
to marry you.(she pull Juan aside while
she walk away slowly) DAYTIME.
IN HIGHEST HOSPITAL.
Micheal:Lucy,you look hurt,what
happened to you?
Lucy:i am okay,you don't need to worry
about me. Michealsadhe touch Lucy forehead)you
have fever also.
Lucy:i will be okay.(Ara wacth from afar)
Michealsadhe touch Lucy lips)you are hurt a
lot,who hurt you?
Lucy:i fell last night,but i am okay. Michealsadhe hold Lucy hand)follow me.(he
drag Lucy behind him)
Arasadtalking in her mind)why is Micheal
and Lucy together?what is going on
between both of them?i have to find out.
(she turned back and walk toward another direction)
INSIDE MICHEAL OFFICE.
Michealsadtreating Lucy cuts on Lucy
face)you should be more careful,did you
want to ruin your pretty face?
Lucysadshe smiled)no,but i am really okay. Micheal:but you have fever,you should
have rest at home.
Lucy:but i haven't gotten permission.
Micheal:you don't need permission,if you
are dead will you be able to come here?
Lucy:no. Micheal:you have to live well and survive
Lucy,don't live for other,you should live
for yourself.
Lucy:thanks doctor Micheal.
Micheal:i just repaid you for yesterday,i
really liked the park,let us go there together more often.(Lucy smiled)you are
really lucky Lucy.
Lucy:why did you say that?
Michealsadtalking in his mind)because you
are human,i wish i was also human,been
a vampire isn't what i want,a lot of vampires are after my life just because
they want Highest and they are scared of
my powers.(talking to Lucy)it is all
done,use this pill,it will relieve your pains.
Lucy:thanks doctor.
INSIDE THE CONFERENCE ROOM. Mr Devor:i called you all over to introduce
doctor Juan Ray to you,he is was
assigned her by chairman Dan,since he is
a special doctor like doctor Micheal,i
decided to call everyone over inorder to
meet with the new doctor,please introduce yourself doctor Juan.
Juansadhe stood up from the swivel
chair)hello everyone,i am doctor Juan,ler
us work hard together.(everyone applaud
while Juan look at the direction of Lucy
and smiled at her,then Lucy heart beat faster while Micheal look at Juan)


For episode and the rest visit
www.wisehealth.tk/2018/04/vampire-from-nowhere-episode-4.html?m=1


I will post some later

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