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Politics / Re: Some Negative Stereotypes Of Nigerian Ethnicities by somegirl1: 6:54pm On May 25
Nigeria is a potpourri of peoples with divergent and conflicting interests. It is a nation without nationals, a country without patriots. It is yet to be created.

In summary.

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Romance / Re: Ex-Gilrfriend Of The Uber Driver That Married A Nigerian Lady Makes Revelations by somegirl1: 12:25pm On May 22
Dimples182:
I don't believe this woman one bit. She is a woman scorned, and her story doesn't sit well with me.
1. The guy according to her story was the cause of her miscarriage, she implied that he beat her until she passed out yet she says she had internal injuries to her arm! Wtf! She should have internal injury to her womb or the body not her damn arm.
2. Why didn't she have the man arrested if he caused her miscarriage through violence?
3. She claims the guy cheated on her but she was dating him in 2014 while his new relationship started the end of last year (July 2016) so how did he cheat on her?

She had an abortion when she knew he wouldn't stay for the sake of the baby. If she was a better woman she wouldn't humiliate herself by sharing her story when nobody asked her. She is an absolutely shameful hater.

I hate women who rain on other women's parade.

Topics like this are not really my cup of tea however I thought it imperative to respond to your ignorant comment.

1. Unless you're insinuating that he delivered blows right inside her womb or that he took particular care to hit her only on certain areas of her body, pray, explain why/ how the rest of her body might have been battered while her "damn" arm which most people would use, reflexively, as a shield would go unscathed?

2. How many women report domestic violence especially when they have feelings for their abuser?

3. You either skimmed through her post or your reading comprehension is poor (I don't mean this in a bad way). She called him after her visa appointment in August 2016. You reckon he dropped her at the airport in 2014 and her visa appointment in Abuja lasted 2 yrs?

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Politics / Re: Deola Sagoe Designs Halima Babangida's Wedding Gown (Photos) by somegirl1: 12:47pm On May 18
One word - Underwhelming.

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Education / Re: And I Eventually Fail Jamb ( Screenshot) by somegirl1: 2:18pm On May 16
kelvinrhs:

You could sit urself down and think of your weaknesses and turn it to ur strength

Apologies, but this made me chuckle. How do you sit yourself down?

Op, you will be fine.
Dust yourself off and try again.
Family / Re: Muslim Dad Tries Killing Daughter Who Got Pregnant For Christian Boy In Plateau by somegirl1: 8:14pm On May 15
youngG10:

you think this is a joke? i dnt care you lie to sharia....what i wanna ask you mr.dumb@$$ is..do Christianity allow sex before marriage if yes then..bcus it's ok to have sex in ur religion doesn't mean its ok in islam...islam prohibits sex before marriage..we stuck to that....and i knw you'll say muslims used to do that...I'm nt talking abt muslims I'm talking about islam





The hypocrisy. You unsuccessfully attempted to cover your tracks with your last statement.

Below is what the Christian bible says about fornication. Need I define "fornication"?


1 Corinthians 6:18 - Flee fornication. Every sin that a man doeth is without the body; but he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body.

Hebrews 13:4 - Marriage [is] honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.

John 8:41-42 - Ye do the deeds of your father. Then said they to him, We be not born of fornication; we have one Father, [even] God.

Galatians 5:19-21 - Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are [these]; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness

1 Corinthians 7:2 - Nevertheless, [to avoid] fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband. (note the use of singular form)

Revelation 21:8 - But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and fornicators, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.

1 Corinthians 6:9-11 - Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind

Mark 7:20-23 - 20 And he said, That which cometh out of the man, that defileth the man.

21 For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders,

22 Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness:

23 All these evil things come from within, and defile the man.

1 Corinthians 6:13 - Meats for the belly, and the belly for meats: but God shall destroy both it and them. Now the body [is] not for fornication, but for the Lord; and the Lord for the body.

1 Thessalonians 4:3-4 - For this is the will of God, [even] your sanctification, that ye should abstain from fornication

Jude 1:7 - Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.

Romans 12:1-2 - I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, [which is] your reasonable service.

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Politics / Re: Halima Babangida To Be The 3rd Wife Of Auwal Lawa: Lady Shades Anti-Polygamists by somegirl1: 7:43pm On May 11
MiddleDimension:


again i say to you that absolutely false! you put so much emphasis on this emotional investment as if you dont already know that that so called emotional investment, the 'butterfly in the stomach', does not have exist in equal measure among couples for them to be married and lead happy lives. and truely the butterfly in the stomach does not have to exist in equal measure. this is so, so that the relationship can succeed. there is need for common sense in a relationship for it to succeed. the one that is less 'attached'- emotionally invested- provides that common sense. and if you want to continue to emphasize your high 'emotional investment', then i would ask you to look around you eapecially now a days couples who think like you do and tell me hoq successful they have been. yea, you will find successful ones, no doubt. look at the story of romeo and juliet: the both of them were so 'emotionally invested' and you saw what became of them. you really think that story is a story of love? that's a tragedy! it only teaches us how not to 'love' it warns us of the high 'emotional investment' you advocate so much. if at least one of them isnt that 'emotionally invested', common sense would have prevailed and they would have lived.


Emotional investment is not infatuation or lust as you have interpreted it to mean.
Can you share a woman you like with another man?
If no, you've countered you own argument.

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Politics / Re: Halima Babangida To Be The 3rd Wife Of Auwal Lawa: Lady Shades Anti-Polygamists by somegirl1: 6:46pm On May 11
MiddleDimension:


THATS ABSOLUTELY UNTRUE AS ONE OF THE MAJOR WAYS YOU CAN KNOW SOMEONE TRUELY LIKES YOU, IS BY LETTING YOU KNOW IT IS NOT A MUST FOR HIM/SHE TO BE WITH YOU!

you can also know a person loves you by how he treats everything that has got to do with you inclusing your children. my step mum treats me like hers and i also know a friend with the same experience.

when mandela died, we saw how close his widow and ex-wife were. what do you call that?

lastly, you can speak for all women.

If wishes were horses.
You sound naive, like you believe everyone wears their heart on their sleeves.
Adjusting to or managing an unpleasant situation doesn't mean you like it.
Any woman who genuinely has no issues, secretly or openly, with sharing her man is not emotionally invested in the relationship.

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Politics / Re: Halima Babangida To Be The 3rd Wife Of Auwal Lawa: Lady Shades Anti-Polygamists by somegirl1: 6:04pm On May 11
MiddleDimension:
i was begining to think everyone here is ignorant until i saw your post. thanks for this post. that person you quoted saw that the thread is about a lady saying those other women who are opposed to polygamy are missing it. that means she doesnt have a problem with it, and yet some people still think no woman wants to married to another man who also has another wife.

No woman who genuinely loves, or even likes, a man would be happy to share him with another.
Heck, even a woman who just wants a man's attention and nothing more would be reluctant to share him with another.
Women are territorial.
If a woman has no issues with sharing her man, it's a sure sign that she is not emotionally invested.

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Politics / Re: Nnamdi Kanu Greets Alex Ekwueme At His Residence In Enugu (Photos) by somegirl1: 11:09pm On May 10
Laple0541:
Seems the prison had really changed Nnamdi, I can see him bowing for Chief Ekweme which is totally against Igbo norms of standing tall while greeting their elders.

There's nothing wrong with standing upright to greet elders, I would rather have assertive offspring than subservient ones.
However, this is how Igbos traditionally greet elders. As you can see, Nnamdi Kanu's posture while greeting an elder is not alien to Igbo culture.
What distinguishes the Igbo traditional way of greeting from others is that the elder accepts/ receives the greeting by patting the greeter's back. You reckon Alex Ekwueme also picked that up from prison?

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Politics / Re: Zimbabwe More Developed Than Nigeria – Mugabe by somegirl1: 8:17pm On May 04
GEJPosterity:

Wow, you have 14 fingers? shocked

No wonder you're so dumb, I didn't know you suffer from a genetic mutation. cry undecided

He has at least 28 fingers actually.

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Religion / Re: Having Two Wives But Now A Born Again by somegirl1: 4:28pm On Feb 26
Nutase:
.......Almost all the fathers of our faith were polygamist.......

This isn't true.
Celebrities / Re: "You Shouldn't Have Left Me, I Am In Davido's Video Now" - Guy Tells Ex by somegirl1: 2:58pm On Feb 06
Bahddo:
no such term as video fox.

Until recently, it's only females that prance about sexualizing themselves in music videos. That's why it's all the more demeaning to call him a VIDEO VIXEN. It's like branding him a sissy, and it's all part of the subtle mockery.
My sarcasm was directed at him.
Celebrities / Re: "You Shouldn't Have Left Me, I Am In Davido's Video Now" - Guy Tells Ex by somegirl1: 1:21pm On Feb 06
Should be 'video fox', unless of course her ex boyfriend is female.

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Religion / Re: Human Blood And Skulls Found In A Church In Imo (Photos) by somegirl1: 8:44pm On Feb 04
BetaThings:


Christians become analytical - where is this, where is that etc - when Christians are accused of a crime?
They lose all of that analytical prowess when an allegation is levelled against Muslims

Look at the recent videos posted
Apostle Suleman said somebody told me Fulani Herdsmen were planning to attack - if it were a Muslim making this claim, you would be asking questions about the person who called him - tribe, religion, how he got to have that information

Bishop Oyedepo said somebody told him that Boko Haram members were planning to attack - he said if you see anybody looking like them, kill him, spill his blood on the ground and there is no need to report to anybody

if it were a Muslim making this claim, you would be asking questions about the person who called him - tribe, religion, how he got to have that information

You guys condemn jungle justice but you rejoice at such statements made by your pastors, shouting halleluyah, fire etc

Your comment is full of presumption and totally off the mark. I am no pastor-worshiper, there's not a single Nigerian pastor I look up to.
My response had absolutely nothing to do with religion as I believe only a tiny percentage of Africans who profess Christianity are true Christians. So an African "pastor" involved in ritual killing would come as no surprise to me.
It appears to me that the OP's agenda (and/ or that of the admin who pushed this to the front page) was to demonstrate that Yorubas do not have a monopoly on ritual murders. I merely voiced out my suspicion of a topic that gets to the front page with questionable and insufficient photos.

P.s. As a Muslim, what would you have the world do when your sect members continually constitute a threat to others?

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Religion / Re: Human Blood And Skulls Found In A Church In Imo (Photos) by somegirl1: 3:51am On Feb 04

Where are the skulls?
Where's proof that that is human blood?
Where's proof that that is a church premises?
Where's the photo of the pastor beaten up?

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Events / Re: Beautiful Mother Of 2 Marries A Young Igbo Man (Pics) by somegirl1: 3:38pm On Jan 18
chineloSA:


Once you have children, life is not about trial and error. It becomes real, not an experiment lab.

I agree. You should be extra cautious, prioritizing character and parental qualities over other considerations, in choosing a replacement. And it is advisable to wait for as long as it takes to meet the right person.
However, you can't put your life on hold for your children.

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Events / Re: Beautiful Mother Of 2 Marries A Young Igbo Man (Pics) by somegirl1: 10:11pm On Jan 17
chineloSA:


.........If I was her, I was going to date but not marry yet until my kids are of legal age.

Once again one you have kids, its not always about you, the welfare of your children should come first.

I wish her well though. wink

What if she wants more children? Should she have them outside wedlock since she'll probably have reached menopause by the time both her children are adults?

chineloSA:


I hear you, its also not guaranteed that cutting your losses will bring better prospects. I have seen seperation works in a lot of cases, but in some cases it doesn't work.
Marrying again does not guarantee better prospects, its a matter of trying.

I also don't agree with violence on women and nursing mothers. The man was wrong from all angles.

I wish her well kiss kiss


You won't know unless you try.
Romance / Re: As An Okada Rider, Will I Be Able To Get A Learned Woman To Marry Me? by somegirl1: 1:01pm On Jan 10
If you are of well above average attractiveness, yes.

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Culture / Re: 23 Year Old : Obi Nduka Ezeagwuna II Crowned 20th Obi Of Issele-uku - Pictures by somegirl1: 11:58pm On Jan 06
YourNemesis:


lol, there is always an air of primitivity sorrounding the existence of this cloth... cheesy
Does anyone even notice that it does not have a matching trouser..
Eeehya.

A trouser?

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Culture / Re: 23 Year Old : Obi Nduka Ezeagwuna II Crowned 20th Obi Of Issele-uku - Pictures by somegirl1: 11:58pm On Jan 06
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Culture / Re: 23 Year Old : Obi Nduka Ezeagwuna II Crowned 20th Obi Of Issele-uku - Pictures by somegirl1: 12:40am On Jan 02
queenblossom:



Isele uku originated from bini. One son of d oba of Benin in d olden days slept with one of oba's wife so he was banished from Benin and he settled in Isele uku. That's why d king in Isele uku dresses like d oba of Benin. Blf this king was installed he spent 1yr in d palace blf he can be crown king. I hope I av answered ur question cos am married from Isele Uku from d royal family

Was Isele Uku uninhabited when the banished son of the oba arrived or did he meet indigenous people there? If the latter, who were those people?
Did he move to and settle in Isele Uku by himself or did he take along enough of his Bini kinsmen to establish a town without intermarriage with the indigenous people?
Is everyone from Isele Uku his descendant?

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Culture / Re: 23 Year Old : Obi Nduka Ezeagwuna II Crowned 20th Obi Of Issele-uku - Pictures by somegirl1: 3:14pm On Jan 01
martineinstein:
and one ipob will claim delta ibos are ibos..when we can clearly see Benin culture

Let's just pretend that his forename and surname are not Igbo.

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Culture / Re: Why Are Igbo People Fond Of The Name:Boniface? by somegirl1: 9:09pm On Dec 05, 2016
Boniface is common among Ijaws not Igbos.
It's the name of a saint so mainly borne by Roman Catholics.

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Celebrities / Re: Flavour’s Two Daughters Kiss Each Other (photos) by somegirl1: 10:55am On Dec 04, 2016
Coldfeet:
Disgusting comments from disgusted minded people angry how can two little sibling's sharing a very cute and innocent kiss! attract such reaction as read above is beyond me.

Negativity has eaten so deep into some people that they can never see or appreciate anything good.


The vast majority of Nairalanders are ignorant, unrefined, coarse and uncivilized.

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Fashion / Re: Gym Photos Of Mr. Tourism Nigeria 2016 Finalist by somegirl1: 11:15am On Dec 03, 2016
Ebonyi, Abuja, Imo

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Politics / Re: Why Niger Deltans Won't Subscribe To The Biafran Movement by somegirl1: 11:39am On Nov 22, 2016
You contradict yourself.


thedarkside:


to understand why we have it sooo difficult with boko..

you must understand guerrila warfare..

the nigerian army was entirely built for conventional war..

but...we will learn...

thedarkside:


........ fierce army that western nations fear...

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Politics / Re: Why Niger Deltans Won't Subscribe To The Biafran Movement by somegirl1: 11:26am On Nov 22, 2016
thedarkside:


we have the weapons and we have the numbers...

Yet relatively under equipped terrorists have been a menace for years.

P.s. Land mass and uncontrolled reproduction never made a country great, else African countries would be world powers and Europeans countries, third world nations.

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Politics / Re: Why Niger Deltans Won't Subscribe To The Biafran Movement by somegirl1: 11:12am On Nov 22, 2016
thedarkside:


yea...

How exactly do those pictures support your assertions?

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Politics / Re: Why Niger Deltans Won't Subscribe To The Biafran Movement by somegirl1: 11:01am On Nov 22, 2016
thedarkside:


you are sweet... smiley

Thanks hun smiley

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Politics / Re: Why Niger Deltans Won't Subscribe To The Biafran Movement by somegirl1: 10:55am On Nov 22, 2016
thedarkside:


ohh yes..we are the only black-nation that white people fear...

Lol

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Politics / Re: Why Niger Deltans Won't Subscribe To The Biafran Movement by somegirl1: 10:52am On Nov 22, 2016
thedarkside:


the problem i have with biafra is that,if we deceide to realy push on with the biafra plans,our buy and sell power would be much less..

it will not be enough to compete with global-powers...

we will just be another powerless nation...and be toys for others...

in nigeria we have much more power with a fierce army that western nations fear...

Lol

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Culture / Re: The Beauty Of Edo Women will leave You Breathless (Photos) by somegirl1: 2:56am On Nov 20, 2016
KingOvoramwen1:
SLAYING

FYI
Third and fourth are Calabar and Igbo women respectively.

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