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|Politics / Femi Aribisala: 'Dear Buhari, You Cannot Fight Corruption With Corruption' by lalasticlala(m): 12:53pm|
by Femi Aribisala
|TV/Movies / Re: Korean Movies Chatroom by ellab(f): 12:50pm|
No defend her jor.
if that's d case,dats a weird way of showing it(d attraction)
|Family / Re: DOUBLE TRAGEDY: 2 Kids Corpses Found In Deep Freezer by necyka: 12:49pm|
Perhaps, these children were playing only to find themselves in such helpless state. Parents or care givers should learn from this If they like.
Notwithstanding, May God give the parents the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.
RIP to the dead....
|Romance / Re: Ladies What Would You Do? Pic. by PunkyOh(f): 12:48pm|
Eww, he's either broke or stingy. Not attractive. Plus he has dead skin cells under his foot. So he's broke & dirty or stingy & dirty. Not a combo I'd go for.
|TV/Movies / Re: Korean Movies Chatroom by ellab(f): 12:48pm|
omo, no talk o. Americans ve made it a normal thing that it doesn't move me anymore but I dunno y its so hard for SK actors.
Every kiss scene must get comma inside.
if its not 10hrs,its dead fish.
if its not dead fish, its complain in interviews.
Then get wahala.
And he has a gf? with that strong face of his?Like he's been forced to smile.. mscheew. different draw soup for diff ppl. I no fit mehn.
|Business / Re: Gtbank Internet Banking Issues by kaeforum: 12:48pm|
Its a dead bank, no longer what it used to be, since fola daniel left it has all trash Guarantee Trash Banking.
|Politics / Re: Why Bola Tinubu Must Be Jailed By GMB - Cramjones by Gbawe: 12:44pm|
Thank you my brother. This is the position of most sensible and pragmatic folks. Nigerians may not like that Tinubu is very wealthy, in a Country of excruciating poverty, but many should understand that fingers are not equal and there will always be very talented and highly intelligent individuals, like Bill Gates for example, whose individual talents and ability is worth literally billions.
They will say Tinubu own continental hotal and deserves to be hated on this ground yet they will not mention Ibori who spent $21 million "dead money" on a private Jet surely enough to build perhaps two or three continental hotels. Is Continental Hotel employing Moroccans or Nigerians? Does the Hotel pay taxes to Indonesia and not Nigeria?
The problem is that Tinubu, as a genuinely talented leader and business guru, believes in building empires and institutions that will outlast him. Whereas the looters crippling the centre just steal blindly and spend billions hiring private jets as Allison-Madueke did with no returns at all for Nigerians. I have no doubt the blind hatred of Tinubu has a very potent ethnic dimension because it is no coincidence that those shouting loudest and most vociferously against Tinubu conveniently never mention their own crooks like Orji Kalu, Theodore Orji, Uduaghan, Odili et al.
|Health / Re: He Was Asked To Hold Torchlight While Surgeons Continue Operating His Body by Adyrin(m): 12:41pm|
Ask Fashola and Tinubu!
If they have made that possible in their state the hospital woulve had power!
|Nairaland / General / 4 Dead In Kogi Radio Station Bomb Explosion by Hypestation: 12:35pm|
At about 8pm last night, a bomb explosion hit in TAO FM in Okene, Kogi State, leaving 4 persons dead.
The station...read more[url] http://hypestationng.com/4-dead-in-kogi-radio-station-bomb-explosion/[/url]
|TV/Movies / Re: The Flash Fan Page** by luxanne(f): 12:30pm|
Uhm, was cisco not dead prior the first time travel? I don't even undastand how this time travel works
I agree there's gonna be a twist in the next episode also and my guess is another time travel.
Yeah that, lol I knew caitlin got sparks for barry. U recall that episode where she was worried and complained to barry abot not bein social that they had to go to a karaoke bar, sang, got drunk and all that? That was when I felt her sparks, lol but her roonie is stil alive.
|Politics / Re: APC Releases Statement! AIT And All Media Can Cover Buhari's Events by obailala(m): 12:30pm|
QuotaSystem:Truth is that it was ordinary concerned Nigerians that criticised the move. PDP is still busy licking its wounds and engaging in last minute looting. However, I was only trying to act like Jonathan supporters who assumed that anyone who criticised any move by GEJ back then (including foreigners) MUST automatically be APC.
|Family / Re: DOUBLE TRAGEDY: 2 Kids Corpses Found In Deep Freezer by Kizyte(m): 12:29pm|
The parents of those dead kids should be investigated, they should be checked for psychological issues. You never can tell, those children were locked up in the fridge by their parents.
|Politics / Re: APC Releases Statement! AIT And All Media Can Cover Buhari's Events by Kolade354(m): 12:28pm|
SeverusSnape:Show me one Senator in APGA and I will hold my peace till finito.
|Politics / Re: APC Releases Statement! AIT And All Media Can Cover Buhari's Events by SeverusSnape(m): 12:24pm|
Kolade354:APGA dead.... Are you in Nigeria?
Go to East and say this, They will so deal with you mercilessly.
|Politics / Re: APC Releases Statement! AIT And All Media Can Cover Buhari's Events by Kolade354(m): 12:21pm|
SeverusSnape:I admire that spirit in you, Wishing PDP will rise again, but its sad because they are dead lyk APGA.
|Politics / Re: APC Releases Statement! AIT And All Media Can Cover Buhari's Events by QuotaSystem: 12:17pm|
Did PDP say anything about the issue? Nothing cos it's dead!
|Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by btoks: 12:13pm|
brocab:Seriously brother, you're helping no one here with your futile interjections. I'm sure this has been mentioned before.The poster came on this thread to get a catholic answer not some random brocab answer. Please show some respect and consider opening another thread to do your preaching or air your views.
We'll keep praying for you. God bless.
|Pets / Re: 7 Dogs Attack Driver In Lagos (pics) by PLEXPLEX(m): 12:07pm|
They government must do something about the dogs n the owner.
What of if this victim was a Child? It is not a laughing matter. Some people make jokes of every matter including life n dead. I wish u ll find urself in such situation then u ll understand that victim isnt inanimate
|Gaming / Re: Dante Vs Kratos Vs Dastan by ChynoBEATS: 12:03pm|
Well i now get you...... I've read it on Wiki ..... Everyone who served their god to Please them killed their family .......thats one thing that is common in the game... So the story ended in ps3 without series...
|Politics / South African President, Zuma Support Killings Of Immigrants. by truetalknow: 11:59am|
Durban, South Africa - The recent xenophobic violence in South Africa against migrant workers has sparked a new diplomatic rift with Nigeria, with the South African government condemning Nigeria's decision to withdraw its envoys from Pretoria.On Sunday, the South African government released a statement calling Nigeria's move "an unfortunate and regrettable step" and said the government and a wide range of civic organisations had been "decisive and unequivocal" in condemning the attacks on foreign nationals in the country.The statement by South Africa's Department of International Cooperation, however, goes on to deride the Nigerian government over its inability to rein in the Boko Haram insurgency in the north of its country. It also points out that South Africa did not blame the Nigerian government for mishandling the aftermath of the collapse of a church building in 2014, which left 84 South Africans dead.Nigeria's acting high commissioner in South Africa, Ambassador Martin Cobham, and the consul-general, Ambassador Uche Ajulu-Okeke were called home on Saturday to brief the Nigerian parliament about the welfare of Nigerian citizens in South Africa following the anti-immigrant violence in Durban and Johannesburg.Tolu Ogunlesi, West Africa editor of the Africa Report magazine, criticised the tenor of the South African government's statement.Ogunlesi said it was not logical to compare the Nigerian Church disaster in 2014 to the xenophobic attacks and referring to the church disaster was misplaced in a diplomatic context. The Nigerian government has been criticised for mishandling the response to the collapse, with bodies repatriated some nine months after the incident."The statement sounded like the thoughts of someone, rather than a diplomatic response," he said.Many South Africans however, including prominent South African analyst, Eusebius McKaiser, have described South Africa's response as justified.“This response from South Africa - via Clayson Monyela [deputy director-general of the Department of International Relations and Co-Operation] - is fully justified in my view," McKaiser wrote on Facebook on Sunday night."However it certainly helps neither South Africa nor Nigeria - and definitely not the continent, geopolitically - for diplomatic relations between us to deteriorate," he added.Nigeria 'opportunistic'While some have described Nigeria's decision to recall its envoy as "opportunistic", others say the action has only come after public pressure. "The government did not say anything even in the face of protests almost on a daily basis especially in Abuja and Lagos," Deji Badmus, a freelance journalist based in Lagos, said.Badmus told Al Jazeera that the government decided to act following the decision of the parliament and a meeting of the Nigerian senate."I don't think it would have been proper for the Nigerian government to say nothing, do nothing, when, foreigners, not just Nigerians are being attacked in South Africa," Badmus said.Jackie Cilliers, executive director of the Institute for Security Studies in Pretoria, however feels that Nigeria's diplomatic withdrawal is not indicative of a continent-wide indictment of the South African government's failure to stop anti-immigrant violence."I don't think Nigeria's action is a statement on behalf of the rest of the continent," he said, adding that the "reality is Africa is multi-polar and there is no singular country that can speak for the entire continent".Rift between leadersFew believe Nigeria's decision to recall its envoys speaks for anyone other than themselves.Nigeria and South Africa haven't enjoyed close relations in the past decade, especially under the leadership of presidents Jacob Zuma and Goodluck Jonathan. Analysts see this rift as part of the larger story of worsening relations between the two countries."It has become an all-out contest for influence in Africa between South Africa and Nigeria," Cilliers said.Leaders from Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe have publicly condemned the attacks, with both Malawi and Zimbabwe sending buses to repatriate citizens following the violence.Few doubt however, that the violence has been a blow to South Africa's image."I think African states have reacted quite strongly to the xenophobic violence in South Africa this time," Cilliers said.Zuma's administration has come under much criticism for the violence. But not everyone agrees the South African government's response has been poor. Cilliers, for one, describes the government's response as "admirable".Tolu Ogunlesi said the latest developments between the two countries was only a manifestation of the quality of leadership in both."President Goodluck Jonathan has been a dismal leader and Zuma has also not lived up to his responsibility," he said from Lagos."They both don't inspire confidence within their countries and outside." At least seven people in South Africa have been killed in the attacks against migrants since March 20, when South Africa's Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini spoke out against foreign workers.
|Gaming / Re: Dante Vs Kratos Vs Dastan by ghost1718(m): 11:55am|
ChynoBEATS:he has no child alive.the one he has is female and she is dead. And no other gods to fight. Or maybe Athena
|Nairaland / General / PHOTO: See How EFCC Officials Track Down Yahoo Big Boys In Lagos by aprokov247: 11:40am|
In February 2013, a 67 year old grandmother from Australia who traveled to South Africa to meet a Nigerian man she met online was found dead under suspicious circumstances in a Johannesburg guest house within days of meeting the man who called himself Jesse Orowo Omokoh.
Jesse is believed to have scammed the woman in excess of $90k. After the woman’s death, Jesse, 28, disappeared. Well, after a year on the run, finally he has been arrested in Lagos.
EFCC worked with West Australian fraud squad to find the man and all his accomplices. EFCC officials with policemen and 60minutes TV crew stormed the man’s home in the outskirt of Lagos around 6am for the dramatic take down.
More pics here: http://aprokovilla.com/see-how-efcc-officials-track-down-yahoo-big-boys-in-lagos-photos/
|Politics / Re: Nnpc Should Be Investigated From 1978 To Date by baralatie(m): 11:36am|
it will take an unbiased political will to conduct a probe into Nnpc as far back as 1978.
do you have the names that will be called for clarifications both local and international,dead and alive!
it is a big goose chase!
|Politics / Re: Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa: Buhari’s Ban On AIT Illegal, Undemocratic, Dictatorial by Ralphlauren(m): 11:36am|
did you really type this You see nothing wrong in mocking a man's late wife and child ? Please speak for yourself and not for other Nigerians. How will you feel if you suffer such personal tragedy and then one idi0t uses it to mock you years down the line? Just to score cheap personal or political scores?
c'mon, they talked about his late wife and also his late daughter (his first child) that died of sickle cell.
that is the lowest of lows.
Jonathan's wife (Patience) is barren. Do you know how unfortunate that is? All jonathan's kids were fathered by other women ( a man that goes from one church, prophet, bishop, etc to another). Yet, APC never used this to campaign against him in whatever form.
|Politics / Re: Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa: Buhari’s Ban On AIT Illegal, Undemocratic, Dictatorial by superstar1(m): 11:31am|
The duty of the press is not to inform but to inform responsibly, which they never did. Was there any investigative journalism they did that showed GMB did not have certificate.
They only got paid to air a paid for propaganda. Do you think the same people did not approach Channels or STV. Why did those ones declined it. That is being professional.
GEJ please don't go!!!! After the monumental mess he just released.
|Politics / Re: Xenophobia: Presidency Denies Recalling Nigeria’s Envoy To South Africa by lolly2pops: 11:30am|
Hmmm, you know I was just reading President Jacob Zuma's response to a later written by one prominent Mozambican author and I could tell that he was trying hard not to sound insensitive, unkind and uncaring. He apologised for what has been a sore sight to many including South Africans like myself but at the end of his response he sad: "The citizens grievances can not be ignored as well." This just got me thinking and what came to my mind at first was: All these years SADEC migrants have been the biggest challenge for SA and the govt of the day has failed to address this either by engaging with the SADEC states involved or by making changes in the immigration act. Post 1994 there was no education in terms of making known to the citizens and the young generation the role and contribution that many African countries including Nigeria played in the liberation of SA. We did not see that also after the 2008 attacks which saw more than 60 dead including 22 South Africans. South Africans lived in isolation pre 1994 and one required a permit to move from one province to another. There were and there is still a lot of tribal divisions because of the tribal segregations created by the apartheid government. The neighbouring country Botswana has not seen such an influx of foreigners despite it having a good economy and one thing I attribute this to is their death penalty and tight immigration laws. SA basically has no barrier and people walk in from all sides making it difficult to manage. But what is annoying most is the mentality of some SA's on foreigners. Forget "they are taking our jobs" explanation. Smelly armpits, untidiness is some of the negative comments I hear from SA's about fellow brothers and sisters. The hatred can be felt most from the Zulu tribe, the tribe of the presiding President. Finally my view is that what is happening in SA today is one of the symptoms that portray Africa as a failure. It is NOT a South African problem but rather a continental problem. Leaders from other African states need to ask themselves why people are living their respective land for another? Let us hold whosoever we placed in power accountable as they take a break from looting.
|Politics / Re: Buhari's Restriction On AIT: Undemocratic, Unpresidential And Unacceptable by adconline(m): 11:23am|
baby124:Who determined that AIT violated law? You or brains-dead followers?? What do courts and NBC do?
|Politics / Re: Jonathan Orders Immediate Release Of Report Of Forensic Audit Of NNPC by adioolayi: 11:19am|
I suggest you read my comment again and go all over yours in response.
Who is talking about PWC? PWC have done their part and submitted the report long ago! I am talking about the FG not PWC
|NYSC / Re: Prospective Nysc 2015 Batch A by joyjoomla(m): 11:15am|
What's d message. Wht r u passing across
|Politics / Police Kill Two In Burundi Protest by wingdov(m): 11:12am|
Burundian police shot dead two protesters and wounded at least one other on Sunday, the Red Cross said, in demonstrations against the president seeking a third term which critics say would violate a constitutional limit of two terms. Read More >>>>>http://wingdov.blogspot.ae/2015/04/police-kill-two-in-burundi-protest.html Witnesses said police used water cannon, tear gas and in some cases live bullets to disperse demonstrators across Bujumbura. The authorities earlier
- See more at: http://wingdov.blogspot.ae/#sthash.6JZVQgEG.dpuf
|Politics / Re: Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa: Buhari’s Ban On AIT Illegal, Undemocratic, Dictatorial by Remarkable: 11:12am|
If someone dies, and the living are calling for an autopsy or to find the cause of the person's death amounts to denigrating the dead person? for real? or you probably meant denigrating Buhari himself...whichever angle you look at it if the duty of the press is to inform... they did just that with that documentary... you may not like it, but they have the right to do so.
Fox News in the US says all sorts of crap of Obama... during his campaign didn't they keep hammering on the "fact" that Obama was a Kenyan and had a Kenyan birth certificate or whatever lies they were telling...did and still tell till tomorrow?
How many times did Obama barr them from covering public functions? didn't he even appear on the Bill O'Riley show on Fox?
Oh GEJ, please don't go...!
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