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Education / Re: University Of Ghana Medical College New Building (Photos) by somegirl1: 1:52pm On Aug 30
leathalbeast:
off course, it won't make sense for a brainless illiterate like you. was I to expect anything better from you than being delusional?

I apologise... to myself for dignifying your initial quote with a response.

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Education / Re: University Of Ghana Medical College New Building (Photos) by somegirl1: 12:59pm On Aug 30
leathalbeast:
stop saying crap about my country to justify Nigeria's failure to unite as a nation. is India not bigger than Nigeria?, is Russia not bigger than Nigeria? do you not the number of tribes over there? do u the number of religions in India? yet they are united so stop what you are saying.

You make no sense.

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Education / Re: University Of Ghana Medical College New Building (Photos) by somegirl1: 12:11pm On Aug 30
modsfucker:


Nice analysis but what do you think is the problem with Nigeria going by the fact that it is not the only ethnically, religiously diverse country in the world?

Don't you think it is more of leadership than tribalism considering the fact that the leaders are always united in their looting while the masses are the ones singing the ethnic division songs..

Diversity can be a good and bad thing. In Nigeria's case it's the latter.
There will be no progress if the status quo is maintained. I think disintegration (my personal preference is a North/ South split to begin with) and/ or devolution, would be a step in the right direction.
Until then we will continue to go round in circles, supporting criminals because we're just happy to have our ethnic group or a related group represented in government.
Devolution would foster (healthy) competition among the regions.
Where there's no "foreigner" to shift blame to, Nigerians would be forced to hold their tribesmen to account.

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Education / Re: University Of Ghana Medical College New Building (Photos) by somegirl1: 11:00am On Aug 30
modsfucker:


Ghana did not disintegrate to reach here

Ghana did not restructure to reach here

Ghana operates no state police

Ghana operates no resource control

Ghana is also multi ethnic/religious.

What Ghana did was to pursue good leadership and eliminate corrupt officials and tendencies regardless of ethnicity.....

Nnamdi Kanu is an ethnic jingoist.

Ghana is a small country, around a quarter and a sixth the size of Nigeria in landmass and population respectively; much easier to administer.

Its ethnic groups are more closely related. They embraced a common language and unanimously agreed to change the country name, a residue of colonialism, from Gold Coast to Ghana. Something Nigerians can/ will never do. Even the Bible says two can't work together unless they agree.

Its religion ratio is 3:1 which allows for relative peace, as opposed to Nigeria's 1:1, a recipe for disaster.

Ghana has no need to disintegrate or restructure but if the need arose, I'm sure grievances would be addressed in a civilised manner.

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Politics / Re: Allow Biafra, Oduduwa, Others Referendum - Arewa Youths Beg Buhari by somegirl1: 5:21pm On Aug 23
EmekaBlue:
for you to say subjective. I thought u were a banana fan..But wait o,u r a lady abi? u dont like d male banana also? if u know what i mean
I meant literally. I don't like bananas, neither do I like strawberries unless in smoothies. The fact that I like neither should not get in the way of objectivity.
Politics / Re: Allow Biafra, Oduduwa, Others Referendum - Arewa Youths Beg Buhari by somegirl1: 4:52pm On Aug 23
EmekaBlue:
banana fall on you kiss
I don't like bananas smiley .
Politics / Re: Allow Biafra, Oduduwa, Others Referendum - Arewa Youths Beg Buhari by somegirl1: 4:27pm On Aug 23
EmekaBlue:
Nwanne, Ogadimma. They cant eat their cake and have it. We love them and tried to make them reason with us to make Nigeria the better place like it ought to be. But they chose to always make the north rule since they support that side.

I dont blame them tho, Its never easy to convince a monkey that strawberry is sweeter than banana.

Subjective
Crime / Re: Why My Husband Sold Our First Son –wife (photos) by somegirl1: 4:53pm On Aug 18
opeoluwa20:
Ipob will do anything for money
GeneralOjukwu:
IPOB and crime are like rice & beans.

Ibibios are now Ipob members?

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Travel / Re: Lagos Ranked As One Of The Worst Cities To Live In by somegirl1: 9:39pm On Aug 17
CaptainFM1:


I believe this "Key" is your own assumption. Our worst or 2nd best City would not be a "Key" city within the context of this ranking except otherwise another city in Nigeria made that 140 list. This is just a simple logic. Do you have a complete list that ranked only just 140 Cities as the only key cities of the world? Please share.
Just as your assumption that the "Best" cities were assessed was plucked out of thin air

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Travel / Re: Lagos Ranked As One Of The Worst Cities To Live In by somegirl1: 8:01pm On Aug 17
CaptainFM1:


So Lagos being our best city scored 139? That's fair. Although, I do not agree with that ranking. It must be noted that there are 195 countries and over 4400 cities in the world. Logically, if Lagos represent Nigeria and ranked 139th....It is really not a bad score.
Key not best.

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Travel / Re: Lagos Ranked As One Of The Worst Cities To Live In by somegirl1: 4:41pm On Aug 17
Zenithpeak:
Many people can not see logic in what they read.

140 best cities were selected and Lagos was ranked 139th which is not bad at all.

Therefore, Lagos is one of the best place to live on earth.

Simple logic.

You've manufactured the emboldened. Where did you get 'best' from? Looks more like a list of key cities in each countries .

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Family / Re: My Relative Abandoned His Children In My Home by somegirl1: 1:52am On Aug 05
stressedout:
according to people i contacted they said in ph. I have even flogged these boys they refused to say where they live in port harcourt.
And you resorted to physically abusing innocent children?
What if they don't know where they live?
Just dump them in your village and their father will surface.

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Religion / Re: Why Do Christians Close Their Eyes When Praying? by somegirl1: 11:08am On Jul 30
Rikze:



I agree with you...

But about Muslims who I see praying with their eyes wide open?


They appear concentrated and undistracted
Key word emboldened.

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Education / Re: IELTS,GRE Or TOEFL, Which Is Better? by somegirl1: 12:29pm On Jul 29
dwilliams:



I am interested in Schools domiciled in Europe, which one is PTE is it widely or at least fairly recognized, where can I apply and how much does it costs? thank you ma for your swift response

Incorrect and unnecessary use of the struck out word.

Don't write any exam in advance. Find universities you have a good chance of being accepted into first.and then check the language test requirement(s) and minimum scores for each institution

Note that there are two types of IELTS - General Training and Academic. You need the latter for uni applications.

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Politics / Re: Benue Indigenes React To Nnamdi Kanu's "No Biafra Without Rivers & Benue" Talk by somegirl1: 10:13pm On Jul 20
magoo10:


In a hush-hush meeting allegedly held by some of the Northern leaders with President Muhammadu Buhari early this month, the President revealed to the Northern Leaders ............
The emboldened word renders your post moot.
I responded to the portion of the original post that said that an individual was offered states in Nigeria. I'm not sure what you were attempting to elucidate.

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Politics / Re: Benue Indigenes React To Nnamdi Kanu's "No Biafra Without Rivers & Benue" Talk by somegirl1: 4:21pm On Jul 20
Really? FG "offered" an individual 5 states? Because?

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Celebrities / Re: Olurotimi Akinosho: The Hot Nigerian-Born Hollywood Actor (photos) by somegirl1: 10:37pm On Jul 14
tekkers:


He looks like his father. The only 'strong genes' he got from his mother is the big broad nose.

Ah, he's father is clearly mixed. Makes sense.
Where's a pic of his mother and her nose? He could still have gotten his nose from his father's side.

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Celebrities / Re: Olurotimi Akinosho: The Hot Nigerian-Born Hollywood Actor (photos) by somegirl1: 11:33am On Jul 14
His mother's genes must be pretty strong.

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Politics / Re: Only 10 Out Of 45 Registered Political Parties In Nigeria Have Websites by somegirl1: 12:31pm On Jul 11
okonja:


Lol...I think I am the only one seeing that cheesy

Goes to show how primitive these people are.

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Politics / Re: Only 10 Out Of 45 Registered Political Parties In Nigeria Have Websites by somegirl1: 12:24pm On Jul 11
Such tacky and crude looking logos

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Politics / Re: 2019: ADP Zones The Presidency To The North And Vice President South East by somegirl1: 4:11pm On Jul 10
lilytender:
Lazy fools, I thought you idiots said you want Biafra? What do you want to do with the VP position of the Zoo? Definitely it is your parents that are animals in the Zoo.

lilytender:


The Nigeria Army is waiting to repeat the 1967 to 1970 Christmas party.

You are confused.

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Politics / Re: What Have We Niger Deltas Benefited From Nigeria by somegirl1: 12:48am On Jul 06
HopeAtHand:


Ojukwu wasn't fighting in the interest of Niger Delta. Ojukwu was only interested in completely owning the oil resources. Make no mistakes, Igbos still remain the most self-centered ethnic group in Nigeria.
How so?

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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 10:41pm On Jul 01
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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 10:40pm On Jul 01
UbChapter:


Lol. Not "Sosong" It's "Sosongho". That is thank you. All the same. You stayed in Uyo before right?
lol. Thanks for the correction. I know how it's pronounced by not how to spell it.
No, I lived in PH.

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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 10:27pm On Jul 01
UbChapter:


Lol. Impressive analysis there. You seem like you are good in that area. Have a fantastic night rest.

Sosong dear. You too.

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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 10:26pm On Jul 01
OgaBuhari:
look that map well. Don't be so daft. Aks and crs are located in the down south south.. Or are you blind already?
Don't be foolish luv

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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 10:15pm On Jul 01
UbChapter:


So if you see me in Yoruba land, will you just know I am Ibibio?


If I took a good look at you, I would guess so. Your complexion being dark with a (seemingly) cool undertone, more prevalent among Yorubas, rather than a warm undertone (Igbo/ Ibibio) might make my facial analysis a little tougher. But your mouth area is a giveaway.

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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 9:41pm On Jul 01
UbChapter:


How did you know? Lol.

Observing ethnic and racial facial variations is an interest of mine plus I've been around Efik and Ibibio people long enough to tell the difference wink

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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 9:19pm On Jul 01
UbChapter:
This is a typical face of Efik-Ibibio man. God bless my region and Nigeria in general.

That's more of an Ibibio face.

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Culture / Re: 5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Efik People by somegirl1: 9:17pm On Jul 01
zidek:
Please note that Akwa Ibom and Calabar are not south-east but south-south!

adahib:
Hmmmmmmm....

Which South-east?


Olukat:
Still copying and paste at this age?
South Eastern Nigeria indeed angry angry

Recall cardinal directions in geography? Or are you just ignorant?

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Crime / Re: Kidnapper Evans' Girlfriend Led To His Arrest by somegirl1: 6:22pm On Jun 15
poshestmina:
I haven't seen that man a woman cannot bring down. God has not created him .

Eunuchs, homosexuals, asexuals.....
Education / Re: Fulani Cows Disrupt Students Writing Mid-Term Test In Anambra (Video, Photos) by somegirl1: 10:46am On Jun 13
Would herdsmen cease to graze their cattle in or travel across the the SE if all Igbos left the north?

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