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Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by dangote7510(m): 5:54pm On Aug 14, 2015
I can see Rochas hand in her armpit very close
to her MILK INDUSTRY, INDUSTRY, INDUSTRY
before the real JOB, JOB, JOB will be done

Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by INTROVERT(f): 5:55pm On Aug 14, 2015
you know igbo men like fair ladies.....
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by deadZONE: 5:55pm On Aug 14, 2015
undecided undecided undecided undecided
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Nobody: 5:56pm On Aug 14, 2015
INTROVERT:
you know igbo men like fair ladies.....

Not all of them angry
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Nobody: 5:58pm On Aug 14, 2015
"I don't want to hug you."
"Neither do I."
"But let's pretend and hug for the cameras."
"Okay, for the bleeping cameras."
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by majamajic(m): 6:01pm On Aug 14, 2015
: see me later in the office ,the cameras are rolling grin grin grin
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by kossyablaze(m): 6:01pm On Aug 14, 2015
Recently I heard that oni of ife is dead. May his soul rest in peace Amen. But one thing caught my attention, the recent trend in social media and saying by my fellow citizen and friends from Yoruba nation that a king does not die alone and that #Abobaku have been captured and as the slave of the Oba who holds position nearer to that of Oba, he will die with him. It is with utmost sense of humility and respect that I wish to first of all say that I have so much respect for the sit and highly revered position of Oni of ife. But where there is a practice which happens to be a custom and practice but repugnant to natural justice, equity and good conscience, such practice is nothing but a nullity according to our law as also re-echoed by the Late Justice Oputa of blessed memory. Who is Abobaku in Yoruba nation? Simply put, a man appointed to live and die with the king. Is the practice still in existence? From what is happening in the media, there is no smoke without fire and recent news that the Abobaku of ife escaped and was later recaptured and that is what put the burial of the king on hold for a long time now is to show you man's inhumanity to man. Every reasonable human being and well meaning Nigeria should rise up and say no to this barbaric, decayed, anachronistic and archaic practice that is alleged to still be in practice in Yoruba land. On behalf of my fellow youths who believe in the mantra of Change and also agents of Fundamental rights I hereby put a call and demand that let nothing happen to Abobaku of Ife. I don't bloody care what their law and traditional institute is saying because as far as Nigeria legal system is concerned, such practice is a repugnant to natural justice. This also shows you that Yoruba nation have a long way to go, I don't play tribal politics but let the truth be told because this issue concerns human life and it sacredness. Yorubas why are you guys hiding it away from the media and keeping quite. How can yorubas seal their lips and keep quite as if nothing like this happens and seal every channel of truth springing up on the social media. Yorubas are in control of the media and should not hide the truth from the world. Where are people like Falanas, DrJoe Okei Odumakin, Femi Fani Kayodes, Falaes, Abiolas, Fahwemmmis and the Kutis who don't keep quiet and always advocate for Human right. Where are all this Yoruba Human right lawyers that terrorize Nigeria on Human Right. I did not hear a single pin from you guys on this issue to protect this man's life and if anything happens to the so called Ahobaku man, then I will classify Yoruba as a land filled with intelligent people but are still in darkness and my respect for the nation will diminish. #Say_No_To_Abobaku_Practice.

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Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by fiftynaira(m): 6:02pm On Aug 14, 2015
Rochas...... babe Shebi u see my picture with obama?


Iara..... yes


Rochas..... give me "kpekus" make u and obama follow snap too



Iara ok I go think
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by ELTON123(m): 6:03pm On Aug 14, 2015
kossyablaze:
Recently I heard that oni of ife is dead. May his
soul rest in peace Amen.
But one thing caught my attention, the recent
trend in social media and saying by my fellow
citizen and friends from Yoruba nation that a king
does not die alone and that #Abobaku have been
captured and as the slave of the Oba who holds
position nearer to that of Oba, he will die with
him.
It is with utmost sense of humility and respect
that I wish to first of all say that I have so much
respect for the sit and highly revered position of
Oni of ife. But where there is a practice which
happens to be a custom and practice but
repugnant to natural justice, equity and good
conscience, such practice is nothing but a nullity
according to our law as also re-echoed by the Late
Justice Oputa of blessed memory.
Who is Abobaku in Yoruba nation?
Simply put, a man appointed to live and die with
the king.
Is the practice still in existence?
From what is happening in the media, there is no
smoke without fire and recent news that the
Abobaku of ife escaped and was later recaptured
and that is what put the burial of the king on hold
for a long time now is to show you man's
inhumanity to man.
Every reasonable human being and well meaning
Nigeria should rise up and say no to this barbaric,
decayed, anachronistic and archaic practice that is
alleged to still be in practice in Yoruba land.
On behalf of my fellow youths who believe in the
mantra of Change and also agents of
Fundamental rights I hereby put a call and
demand that let nothing happen to Abobaku of
Ife. I don't bloody care what their law and
traditional institute is saying because as far as
Nigeria legal system is concerned, such practice is
a repugnant to natural justice.
This also shows you that Yoruba nation have a
long way to go, I don't play tribal politics but let
the truth be told because this issue concerns
human life and it sacredness. Yorubas why are
you guys hiding it away from the media and
keeping quite. How can yorubas seal their lips and
keep quite as if nothing like this happens and seal
every channel of truth springing up on the social
media. Yorubas are in control of the media and
should not hide the truth from the world.
Where are people like Falanas, DrJoe Okei
Odumakin, Femi Fani Kayodes, Falaes, Abiolas,
Fahwemmmis and the Kutis who don't keep quiet
and always advocate for Human right. Where are
all this Yoruba Human right lawyers that terrorize
Nigeria on Human Right.
I did not hear a single pin from you guys on this
issue to protect this man's life and if anything
happens to the so called Ahobaku man, then I will
classify Yoruba as a land filled with intelligent
people but are still in darkness and my respect for
the nation will diminish.
#Say_No_To_Abobaku_Practice.
who ask you undecided

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Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Nobody: 6:07pm On Aug 14, 2015
RickRichards:
"I don't want to hug you."
"Neither do I."
"But let's pretend and hug for the cameras."
"Okay, for the bleeping cameras."
This is funny grin
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Mznaett(f): 6:07pm On Aug 14, 2015
Rochas be like: Bby,you mean say u no love Adams na me u kon love?
Lara be like: b4 nkor abi u no trust me again?
Lol
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by baralatie(m): 6:13pm On Aug 14, 2015
the woman behind with gele is trying not to leaf she be like.........."this is what you call put a man in space for camera"
no show for you in a billion years!
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by wise7(m): 6:25pm On Aug 14, 2015
Rochas be like hehehe na wetin comrade dey enjoy be diz
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Behira(f): 6:41am On Aug 16, 2015
kossyablaze:
Recently I heard that oni of ife is dead. May his
soul rest in peace Amen.
But one thing caught my attention, the recent
trend in social media and saying by my fellow
citizen and friends from Yoruba nation that a king
does not die alone and that #Abobaku have been
captured and as the slave of the Oba who holds
position nearer to that of Oba, he will die with
him.
It is with utmost sense of humility and respect
that I wish to first of all say that I have so much
respect for the sit and highly revered position of
Oni of ife. But where there is a practice which
happens to be a custom and practice but
repugnant to natural justice, equity and good
conscience, such practice is nothing but a nullity
according to our law as also re-echoed by the Late
Justice Oputa of blessed memory.
Who is Abobaku in Yoruba nation?
Simply put, a man appointed to live and die with
the king.
Is the practice still in existence?
From what is happening in the media, there is no
smoke without fire and recent news that the
Abobaku of ife escaped and was later recaptured
and that is what put the burial of the king on hold
for a long time now is to show you man's
inhumanity to man.
Every reasonable human being and well meaning
Nigeria should rise up and say no to this barbaric,
decayed, anachronistic and archaic practice that is
alleged to still be in practice in Yoruba land.
On behalf of my fellow youths who believe in the
mantra of Change and also agents of
Fundamental rights I hereby put a call and
demand that let nothing happen to Abobaku of
Ife. I don't bloody care what their law and
traditional institute is saying because as far as
Nigeria legal system is concerned, such practice is
a repugnant to natural justice.
This also shows you that Yoruba nation have a
long way to go, I don't play tribal politics but let
the truth be told because this issue concerns
human life and it sacredness. Yorubas why are
you guys hiding it away from the media and
keeping quite. How can yorubas seal their lips and
keep quite as if nothing like this happens and seal
every channel of truth springing up on the social
media. Yorubas are in control of the media and
should not hide the truth from the world.
Where are people like Falanas, DrJoe Okei
Odumakin, Femi Fani Kayodes, Falaes, Abiolas,
Fahwemmmis and the Kutis who don't keep quiet
and always advocate for Human right. Where are
all this Yoruba Human right lawyers that terrorize
Nigeria on Human Right.
I did not hear a single pin from you guys on this
issue to protect this man's life and if anything
happens to the so called Ahobaku man, then I will
classify Yoruba as a land filled with intelligent
people but are still in darkness and my respect for
the nation will diminish.
#Say_No_To_Abobaku_Practice.
undecided Too Long.....abeg sumarize
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Ariani: 8:59am On Aug 16, 2015
INTROVERT:
you know igbo men like fair ladies.....

wetin bring igbo 4 dis thread nw dats hw u pple initiate tribal war here mtchwww
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Nobody: 9:28am On Aug 16, 2015
Ariani:


wetin bring igbo 4 dis thread nw dats hw u pple initiate tribal war here mtchwww
Don't worry, her brain go soon go back to default setting after I don slap am. angry
Re: Caption This Photo Of Gov. Rochas Okorocha And Iara Oshiomhole by Ariani: 9:31am On Aug 16, 2015
IdiAmin1:
Don't worry, her brain go soon go back to default setting after I don slap am. angry

broda she wil start it nw bt wen d time cums 4 her to defend it she wil run away

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