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Politics / Re: Senate Wants Presidential Inauguration Moved To National Assembly by Werehkpe: 9:13am On Dec 09
Please, is this the problem with Nigeria right now or is it an important issue?

These people annoy me more everyday! Useless bunch of clowns hooligans, rogues and thieves
Romance / Re: Why Do Most Men Get Sleepy After Sex? by Werehkpe: 9:35am On Dec 07
not all men..

Op said MOST not ALL. U no go school abi u just dumb
Religion / Re: God Using Buhari To Punish Nigerians – Archbishop Chukwuma by Werehkpe: 10:20am On Nov 13
I have stopped listening to Ibos! ALL they do is complain about Hausa's and northerners.

Thankfully, there are some that are not as myopic as the multitude.

I concluded that ANY Ibo that talks bad about Buhari is filled with HATE, BITTERNNESS and REVENGE - which was created during the civil war. The Ibos have have unforgiving spirits.

I thank God that most of the Ibos with this grudge and hatred for the Hausa are the old Ibos. The younger ones have a little bit more subtle impression. But Hatred is still in their genes and DNA. ALL Ibos need to be purges off this HATE, BITTERNESS, REVENGE AND GRUDGE
Politics / Re: Mohammed Babangida And Yakolo Indimi In Battle After Divorce by Werehkpe: 9:17am On Nov 11

They should know MY president has more important things on his mind and table to attend to.
Politics / Re: Which Ethnic Group Is The 4th Largest In Nigeria? by Werehkpe: 7:06pm On Oct 10
The Ijaws are the 4th largest ethnic group in Nigeria. They extend all along the coast even as far as Okitipupa in Ondo State. They are over 10 million in population.

There are also about 367 ethnic groups in Nigeria. Try and read the book "Ethnic Pluralism, Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflicts in Nigeria"

You can thank me afterwards
Politics / Re: Which Ethnic Group Is The 4th Largest In Nigeria? by Werehkpe: 6:51pm On Oct 10
Ijaws are the 4th largest. They extend all along the coast from Bayelsa as far as Ondo.

There are over 360 ethnic groups although this figure is always disputed among sociologist and anthropologist.

U should try and read d book called "Ethnic Pluralism, Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflicts in Nigeria"

U can thank me afterwards
Travel / Re: Lagos Guy Flaunts his N3million Emirates First Class airline seat (photos) by Werehkpe: 9:50am On Oct 09
So as e don pay 3m for cubicle, e go first people wen pay 300k reach were dem de go

Dis man is just silly. Emirates just exploiting d silly boy
Politics / Re: Dino Melaye Poses With His Lamborghini Gallardo And Ferrari California by Werehkpe: 3:22pm On Sep 15
Runtown dey sing with Gallardo. Meleye dey drive am

And u de read about Gallardo
Travel / Re: Calabar Electric Light Rail Ready For Inauguration (Photo) by Werehkpe: 10:07pm On Aug 30

-You mean electric or battery powered?
- What is the economic benefit of this investment?
- What is the anticipated traffic in this facility?
- How much did it cost the Cross River State government?

And dont you think proper research about all these would have been taken into consideration before embarking on such a large scale project?

The problem with people like you is that you try to act intelligent BUT underneath you are just a noise maker
Family / Re: How Much Is Ideal To Be Giving One's Wife As Monthly Stipend? by Werehkpe: 2:40am On Jun 20
Hello guys,

I need your honest opinion on this, how much is really ideal to give one's wife as monthly pocket money?.

Here's my story, i recently got married and also moved to a new 3 bedroom apartment around gbagada. I earn a pretty decent income while my wife also works in the bank with a salary of like 150k. She saves a half of this salary and uses the remaining for upkeep.

Now the issue is my wife insists that i must give her monthly pocket money and i have proposed 20k, an amount i feel is more than adequate for her if added to about 75k which she already has to herself from her salary. Also note that this 20k does not mean i dont get to buy her random stuff during the month or provide anything she asks for if i feel its a reasonable demand.

A1so bear in mind that i am still 100% responsible for providing food and other bills in the house. In addition we just moved to a new apartment like i mentioned earlier and still in the process of furnishing it so a chunk of my monthly salary goes into furnishing the house.

We also have a plan to set up a business for her, so i'm also currently saving part of my salary to fulfill that dream.

Now my wife has rejected the proposed amount of 20k saying its too small.

I need your take on this people, considering all i have mentioned above, is 20k really too small to be giving her monthly?

i wrote this in a hurry, please bear with any typo observed.

Is she IBO? cus na dem like money pass o.

If i am you, I wont give her upkeep money since she is already working and earning about 150k. She can use that for her upkeep and other things while you divert your funds to building a stronger home and furnishing your house. The truth is she is your wife she cannot leave your house or divorce you because you are not giving her upkeep money WHILE SHE IS STILL EARNING. The moment u accept to give her money while she is working you have laid a poor foundation and she will bleed you dry. As a man you have to take HARD and TOUGH decision.

Haba. whats wrong with these women sef. She is saving her money. and collecting from you and allowing only you to foot all the bills. God forbid but if anything goes wrong with your job, she will then have more money than you because she has been saving while you were speding on her and the house. Thats when she will start to show you shegey and talk to you like you are nothing. Bros shine you eye o
Romance / Re: My Fiancee Confessed She's HIV+ After I Proposed To Her. Please, Help by Werehkpe: 2:30am On Jun 20
For those of you asking if he had unprotected s3x with her, he could have unprotected s3x without contracting the virus.
A man contracting the HIV from a lady is very slim except there are cracks. But a lady contracts it immediately a male carrier ejaculates in her, no matter the quantity of fluid.

Back to your concern OP. You may have to be sure that she isn't pulling your legs to watch your reaction. She may possibly be trying to gauge how you will tolerate or discriminate against disability.


HIV research has reached advanced stages and there drugs that now suppress the virus to an undetected level

1. U can go ahead with the relationship and have normal healthy children together.
2. U will have to make sure she adheres to her ART (Anti Retroviral Treatment) drugs. Ensure she takes them at the same and right time everyday
3. U can even have unprotected s3x with her without contacting HIV. BUT before you try this make sure she takes a test called VIRAL LOAD. If the result shows the level of her HIV is undetected then unprotected s3x is possible but not always advisable
4. Once in a while you may have to take pREP drugs. that Pre exposure drugs to ensure you do not contact the virus

Since you have been dating since 2014, I believe she is already on ART drugs and as such her viral load will be undetected. So you have absolutely nothing to worry about EXCEPT SHE STOPS TAKING HER DRUGS.

You can thank God I responded to this
Family / Re: Woman Kept Her Baby In A Bag While Shopping by Werehkpe: 12:54am On Jun 07
AT least her pickin no go stroll enter gorilla cage. Issokay
Events / Re: Wedding Day Disasters: The Worst Things That Can Happen On Your Wedding. by Werehkpe: 12:09pm On May 17
the worst would be to forget the wedding ring at home shocked

Especially if the wedding is on the Island and the house is on Mainland or Iyano Ipaja


Travel / Re: Tanker Explosion Along Benin-ore Expressway by Werehkpe: 3:29pm On May 12
Confirmed. Just passed there at 1:35pm. The go slow is mad and the fire still burns on
Family / Re: Maid Pours Her Urine In Her Boss Juice (Video, Pic) by Werehkpe: 8:29am On Apr 28
If the family is treating her right, she won't think of doing such.

Not necessarily. Some people are just born wicked and evil
Religion / Re: What Pastor Victor Kanyari's Daughter Is Posting On Social Media by Werehkpe: 12:32am On Apr 25
Pastor kids are more corrupt and confused

NA wa ooo.

So na people tithe's these girl de use de pose like say tomorrow no de! Na wa oooo.
But it is obvious the Pastor in concern is not a man of God and has not bothered to teach his daughter anything near the same thing he teaches his congregation

When I say people should stop attending fake churches and attend the one true Catholic Church where u can see ur tithes being used to help the less privilege etc, dem go say make I shut up

By the way the babe set ooooooooooo
Education / Re: What Course Can My Sister Study With This Waec Result by Werehkpe: 11:45am On Apr 22
Abeg make she go learn Ash-a-wooo work jare
Politics / The War Against Boko Haram (documentary) by Werehkpe: 1:31am On Apr 21
This is a real life documentary on the war against boko haram. It is a must watch BUT CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY

Sorry I dont know how to show videos here but here is the link. ENJOY

Family / Re: 2016 Bride Price In Umuahia, Abia State (photo) by Werehkpe: 2:20pm On Apr 18
No be say the babe na virgin o. So men una go pay so much to marry a girl that at least on man has nacked freely.

Nnaaaa. This is 419 in another way na.

Then after marriage the same girl will tell u she is not in the mood to nack! Look women just de use our head jare. Yeye specie. God for just leave us alone. We no even tell Baba God say we need company o.

ALl the major crimes na women de cause them. From God sending us out of the Garden of Eden to the beheading of John the Baptist - na women. And the devil knows this. Women are WEAKER vessels and he uses them to get to us. So men its time we resist this plot by the devil who is trying to deceive us into believing that men and women are equal. Cus we are not equal! Ci ke na


Science/Technology / Re: Mini Bus Made By UNIZIK Engineers, Looking Better Than Ever by Werehkpe: 11:09pm On Apr 17
Praising such poor work is promoting mediocrity. If the bus is good, let them drive it from UNIZIK to Abuja in Aso Rock. If the complete the trip within 1 week, I will personally but 10 of this buses. hisss

Instead of them to be thinking of developing cars that run on solar which is what the world is working towards, they are working on old locomotive cars.

Hissss. Shameful

Anyway, before they say i get bad belle. Weldone sha ooo
Romance / Re: How I Got Saved From Masturbation. by Werehkpe: 9:06am On Apr 02
...the thought of masturbation has never crossed my mind What thought pushed you into writing this stuff

Anyways, Sincerely, I'll advise you not to rejoice yet.
Experience has taught me that masturbation can't be stopped, it will "surely" resurface after a perhaps long while.

My believe is that one can either manage masturbation by gradually reducing the rate at which one masturbates or most importantly, get your mind occupied by something else.
I implore you continue to occupy your mind with the things of God...as I pray God helps you and those of us who are victims as well.

Stay away from circumstances that will cause you to masturbate...

I'm happy and thank God for you

Harsh reality? But Proverbs 5 says something similar. I think the ULTIMATE cure will be to get married ASAP.
Education / Re: Nigerian University With The Highest Number Of Professors? by Werehkpe: 8:48pm On Mar 30

There were 260 Professors in UI last time I checked (in June 1994)

Abeg U.I rocks by far abeg.

From 100 Level you already have Professors drilling and teaching you. Its truly an amazing school

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Politics / Re: Photos From The Bomb Blasts In Ummararim, Maiduguri This Morning (Graphic) by Werehkpe: 4:53pm On Mar 16
Some of these dead pple shouted
"Sai Baba

Last year.

You are just an **** and a **** People are dying and you are using their deaths to try and score a political point. ****

Instead of praying we have a lasting solution to these unnecessary deaths.


Celebrities / Re: Ruth Kadiri's Instagram Account Hacked, Hacker Demands $200 by Werehkpe: 12:51pm On Mar 15
This is FAR better than kidnapping human beings jare.
Politics / Re: It’s Cheaper To Import Petrol Than Refine Locally — Kachikwu by Werehkpe: 11:25pm On Mar 14
Is this the kind of utterances that should be made by a minister of Nigeria? Instead of him to be thinking of a way to make production of PMS cheaper in Nigeria he has already admitted failure. This is why APC is failing cos they are PESSIMISTS.

Its a pity but it seems you do not read properly before commenting

Kachikwu said "AT THE MOMENT" it is not cheaper to import than to refine in Nigeria and this is because the refineries need total overhauling and Turn Around Maintenance TAM

I dont see what is wrong with this statement of fact


Politics / Re: President Buhari Arrives Equitorial Guinea by Werehkpe: 11:19pm On Mar 14
To be candid, this man looks so presidential and he is also respected by ALL other Presidents. Buhari will succeed In Jesus Name. Amen

I cant imagine Jonathan telling Zuma to come to Naija and Zuma will come. But with Buhari even Obama will come.

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Politics / Re: Nigeria V South Africa: The Battle For African Supremacy - BBC by Werehkpe: 10:47pm On Mar 13
This week South Africa's President Jacob Zuma visited Nigeria and stressed that Africa's two economic giants could work together. Relations have been fraught, not helped by South African deaths in a Nigerian pastor's building and a $5bn Nigerian fine for a South African phone company.

Here, two writers take a tongue-in-cheek look at how the nations see each other.

How us South Africans view Nigerians

Milton Nkosi, Johannesburg
The view of Nigerians by South Africans can be described as a form of sibling rivalry, at best.

South Africans generally see Nigerians as having a chip on their shoulder along with an over-confidence tinged with a bit of arrogance.

Each time there's a so-called 419 email scam involving strangers offering millions of dollars in exchange for banking details, locals here tend to blame it on the Nigerians.

That's even if there is no evidence of which country the scam originates from.

Stereotypically, problems such as organised crime - including drug lords and prostitution rings - are seen as a Nigerian import.

Newspapers were very critical of Nigeria when a church building collapsed in Lagos two years ago killing 106 people - 81 of them were South African.

Authorities in the capital Pretoria complained that the bodies were not repatriated quickly enough.

The current deadlock between South African telecoms giant company MTN and Nigerian authorities about the $5bn (£3.5bn) fine imposed by Nigeria sits comfortably amongst many other squabbles.

I think South Africans have never honestly accepted being leap-frogged by Nigeria to the number one spot as Africa's largest economy .

Until 2014 South Africa had always held the number one position.

So it came as some sort of relief to locals here, when data was released saying Johannesburg had more than twice as many dollar millionaires as Lagos.

The xenophobic attacks last year did not help the situation, even though no Nigerians who attacked specifically because of their nationality.

Nigeria recalled two diplomats after a row about visa restrictions, although both capitals denied that was the reason.
Sometimes it deteriorates to a level of frivolous accusations that Nigerian men who come into the country with the financial strength of hard currency take South African women from the local boys.

How us Nigerians view South Africans
Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani, Abuja
To many Nigerians, South Africa is the closest to the West that you can find on the African continent.

The country's shops could be mistaken for those found on Oxford Street in London.
Its roads are smooth and wide.
And its climate gives your complexion that peculiar glow which lets everyone back home know, without your having to boast, that you have just returned from abroad.
All this makes South Africa the holiday destination of choice for many Nigerians whenever an American or British visa is proving too hard to get.

And so, it is with sadness that Nigeria watches as South Africa regresses in ways that were previously associated with other African countries, such as frequent electricity outages.

If they succeed in ruining their country, where else in Africa shall we seek a similar haven whenever the West doesn't want us?
Although, to be honest, our sadness is tinged with a good dose of schadenfreude.
Nigerians feel that South Africans hate us, even if their hatred is of a paradoxical kind.
They hate us for our "swagger", our ability to command instant attention by hook or crook.

They hate us for being the walking, living proof that colour of skin is not a sufficient deterrent to economic success in post-apartheid South Africa.

They hate us for our smartness and sharpness, which sometimes leads to the swiping of a few hundred thousand rand.
On the other hand, they love our musicians and Nollywood actresses and pastors.
And their women keep getting swept off their feet by our men.

Nigerians feel that many South Africans would rather we were tipped off the edge of the continent, leaving them to take the stage as Africa's one and only beautiful bride.

But, like wise co-wives in polygamous arrangements all over the world, Nigerians know that we must learn to live with them.
After all, there is more than enough space in Africa for the two countries and their peoples to shine.

Who wins the numbers game?

Biggest economy : Nigeria wins, with a GDP of $568.5bn in 2014 compared to $350.1bn in South Africa

Most millionaires in one city: South Africa wins with 23,400 in Johannesburg, compared to 9,100 in Lagos

Most people: Nigeria wins by quite a bit with 177.5 million people compared to 54 million in South Africa

[size=14pt]Most educated: All South Africans go to primary school compared to 85% of Nigerians[/size]

Longest lives: South Africans live longer, with a life expectancy of 57 years compared to 52 for Nigerians

Sources: World Bank, AfrAsia Bank


Please the fact is that Naija has more BSc's, MSc's, Phd's graduates than ANY African country. I dont know why BBC will limit its data to primary schools.



Properties / Re: How Can I Build A 6 Bedroom Duplex With 6.5m Naira by Werehkpe: 6:13pm On Mar 12
YES 6.5m can build a 6 bedroom duplex - if you use cardboard instead of blocks. Hissssssssss

Na wa for this Op o. If we leave am, e go use 1 bag of cement build upstair and fence.


Business / Re: In Which Bank Do Customers Waste Time Everyday? (photo) by Werehkpe: 6:22am On Mar 10
It has to be UBA.

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind
Politics / Re: Dilapidated State Of Ikeja Police Barracks ( Pics) by Werehkpe: 6:13am On Mar 10
I could remember this same college was featured on channels tv some years back. So nothing has been done since then. Smh

Honestly. To think than Jonathan said it will be renovated and it's still not till date, it leaves me thinking someone has "corrupted" NOT STOLEN (since corruption is not stealing) the money meant for the renovation.

EFCC is on the way to Ikeja ooooooo
Politics / Angry Letter To Nigerian Youths That Can Make Them Rich by Werehkpe: 3:01am On Mar 06
My dear Nigeria youths,

I am very angry and that is why I am addressing you. You are the source of my anger and I want to vent my spleen- maybe not at you directly- but at the arrogance of your ignorance. Of all nations of the world, you are to be most pitied. Do you still wonder what you have done?
You don’t have an Ivy League education but with the little below-standard education you got, all you could do with it is to write a petition against someone with the benefit of an Ivy League education. You can’t even run your personal economy as you’re almost always and perpetually broke yet you arrogate to yourself superior knowledge about the nation’s economy.

You sit in front of a computer and rant all day through social media but with every click, you make money- not for yourself- but for Mark Zuckerberg. With every megabyte of data you spend complaining and maligning, you make stupendous bucks for Etisalat, Glo and Airtel.

Over the next two years, the number of Nigerian millionaires will jump by 47% but most likely you will not be among because you are too busy whining and complaining. And yet about 60% of Nigeria’s 170m population are below 35 years. Oh, what a waste!
By the way, Mark Zuckerberg was 19 when he started facebook. Africa’s youngest billionaire, Ashish Thakkar, is 31. He escaped from the Rwandan genocide and relocated to Uganda where he started an IT business. Collin Thornton, who made his millions by fixing bad computers and setting up Dial-a-Nerd, is 35. Adam Horowitz, an 18-year-old entrepreneur, started 30 websites in 3 years before he became successful.

The only thing you have ever started is an online petition. Have you heard of Jason Njoku? He’s 33 and the founder of Iroko TV. He received $8m investment into his company just a few years ago. What he does? Sharing the same Nollywood films that you spend hours to watch online. He didn’t just hang around waiting for Buhari to make something happen or blaming Jonathan for not making anything happen.

Kamal Budhabhatti was deported from Kenya but while on the flight, he thought of the opportunities in Kenya. He found his way back after 6 months and today his company is valued at $30m. He’s 36. Have you heard of Chinedu Echeruo? Apple just paid $1b for his app. He’s a Nigerian like you and all he did was attempt to fix a problem.

But for you, the only thing you attempt to fix are your nails- and your hairdo! Chinedu moved to New York in 1995 and found it difficult to navigate the city with ease so he developed HopStop to fix the problem. Stop listing all the problems- we know them already but what are you doing about them?

Awolowo was 37, Akintola was 36, Ahmadu Bello was 36, Tafawa Balewa was 34, Okotie-Eboh was 27 and Enahoro was 27 at the time of independence of Nigeria. In 1966, the first coup was led by Kaduna Nzeogwu (29) and stopped by Murtala Mohammed (28), TY Danjuma (28), IBB (25), Sanni Abacha (23) and Shehu Yaradua (23). It brought in Yakubu Gowon as Head of State at 32 and Obasanjo at 29. You are in your 40s and you still sag your trousers.

Of course you know Linda Ikeji. You’ve spent hundreds of hours on her blog laughing and commenting while she smiles her way to the bank. She’s just built a house for her father in the village- just by you clicking on her gossip and sharing. Your day is not complete without a stop by at her blog. She was as broke as you are but she turned a hobby into a business. Are you that void of understanding?

You think the politicians have any regard for you? That is why I referred to the arrogance of your ignorance at the beginning of this diatribe. You have a false estimation of yourself. You have an over bloated ego. You are only as good as an election ticket- pure and simple.

You are only good to used and discarded like a used ballot paper. Who keeps a used ballot paper anyway? That is why they only remember you every four years.

You are like a menstrual pad that is only useful during the menstrual period. Are you hurt? Okay, let me help you. Have you heard of Prof Olusola Adeyeye before?
He is a Senator of the Federal Republic at the moment. But before he became a senator, he was popular on facebook. Even more popular than so many latter day facebookivists. I was one of his many followers. He put up posts after posts and pander to populist thinking. Then he was elected and one of the first things he did was to deactivate his facebook account. Yes, you read me right. Deactivate. How many times do you still see El-Rufai’s tweets? No longer regular? That is how it will dwindle until he disappears totally. I’m not limiting it to the aforementioned alone and this is not about any party. They are all the same.

Yet you falsely believe your future is in the hands of one politician. You will grow grey hair with that belief. And by the time you wise up, you’re on your way to the grave- not with a life expectancy of less than 60 years in this clime. Can you see you have wasted your time? And possibly your life? See, people have been complaining since independence. And they will still complain in 4 years. Will you be among them?

I agree with my friend who said Nigerian youth need mental detoxification. And maybe I should add that you need a brain transplant. Let me give you another example. I’ve watched you try to pull some people down when you don’t like their face- or their comments. You report them to facebook. And they get pulled down. Momentarily. Just momentarily.

Do you know why? Facebook knows those people draw traffic. Their posts get huge numbers of comments. And with every comment and click, someone is making money. Will you allow your best customers to leave? That is why though facebook pulled down Adeyinka Grandson’s page, he was given a facebook fan page in return. Yes, a fan page. You need to get a job and you need to get a life. There is life away from facebook or social media.

If you’re not making money from social media and you sleep on it, you’re merely existing- you’re not living. I have seen some of you take selfies and pose in all manner of ways as you paste your photos on social media. Are you a photographer or are you selling something that we don’t know? You’re unemployed because you’re unemployable. You don’t have skills. Sorry, the major skill you have is that of pointing out the problems and debating about them. That’s a no brainer! You can’t even diagnose the problems properly.

You think Ngozi Okonjo- Iweala is your problem? You are a self-inflicted problem. You are afflicted with yourself and by yourself. If you’re looking for the reason why you are the way you are- look no further than your mirror. Instead of occupying Nigeria, you should occupy your brain. The only witch chasing you from your village is you. It’s time to stop bewitching yourself.

Stop whining about lack of electricity or fuel. Do something about it. Every adversity has a seed of opportunity embedded in it. Create something. Invent something. Start something. Read up a book. Write a book. Take advantage of the present situation. Nigeria is a huge market. Nigeria is a virgin market. Waiting for you. Unleash yourself. Release your passion. Follow your potential. Invent your way to prosperity. Stop waiting for government- government only needs you when they need your taxes. Don’t depend on welfare. People who depend on welfare don’t fare well.

You think you lack capital? No, the problem is not lack of capital but lack of ideas. Just today, two men stepped into my wife’s office selling the new portraits of Buhari and Osinbajo. That’s someone grabbing an opportunity and seizing the moment. I have a friend who started out by offering after-school lessons to kids on her street- now she has a school.

I know a lady who was indigent and self-sponsored on campus. Each night, she soaked beans and made ‘moin-moin’ in the morning for sale on campus. I bought out of the moin moin as well as some other students and that was how she paid her way through University. Not prostitution. Have you heard of Ayodeji Megbope? She started her business with the last N1,000 she had on her by making moin moin. She is the CEO of No Leftovers.
I have shared the story of ‘Akara Ayo’ and invited him to talk to us before. He left his banking job to start a business frying Akara (bean cake) in Ibadan. And added some innovation to it.

Start a snail farm. You can start it with less than N100,000. I started it with nothing- I just picked up snails in my compound and raised them. In a couple of months, I had raised close to a thousand. You have a car and you are complaining you don’t have a job? Convert it for car hire. Take it to the airports and see how people will hire it for the day. Liase with good hotels and place it at their disposal. I met a young man in Calabar who charges N1,500 per hour for the use of his car. There is something in your hand that can give you the future you want. The best moment to start is now.

For God’s sake, just do something!

- by Bayo Adeyinka

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