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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:33pm On Nov 20, 2015
zimoni:


Aunty, you are right. I give Aregbe 75A in his first time.

My only issue with him is the debt issue and non-payment of workers salaries. I hate debt with passion.

Lord deliver us from the debt. Lord have mercy on Osun State.

I dunno why Aregbe is so vehemently vilified. Yes, he is owing workers, everyone knows why. In the SW, I liken Osun state to what Ijebu-Ode is to Ogun state. Osun- State is very central and what Aregbe has done is open up it up; expect to see an increase in external investments in the state in a fear years.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superduperjay: 6:34pm On Nov 20, 2015
Lool true na let me try and look for it to post.
IlekeHD:


On NL?

Girl, bye. tongue

grin grin grin NL of all places. Oogbadun.

Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 6:36pm On Nov 20, 2015
superduperjay:
Lool true na let me try and look for it to post.

Se reliable source ni? O daju pe ko kii n se awon olori pelebe to ma n post nonsense?
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 6:38pm On Nov 20, 2015
CabbieAC:
A de mo rira later wink

I'll be back


O TI DI POST PAID .... Baba Hafusa 2015.. wink
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superduperjay: 6:42pm On Nov 20, 2015
IlekeHD:


Se reliable source ni? O daju pe ko kii n se awon olori pelebe to ma n post nonsense?
naah! The guy posted as a personal experience thingy maybe he was the organiser or not a muslim sha
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:44pm On Nov 20, 2015
modath:

@iyaiode ,
They were in the bizness of Nikkai.. lipsrsealed
Many things dey happen, mouth nor dey fit yarn am..
Hmmm
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 6:45pm On Nov 20, 2015
superduperjay:
naah! The guy posted as a personal experience thingy maybe he was the organiser or not a muslim sha

I've been testing you to determine if you read/speak Yoruba. You passed.

Interesting case. Jor bami wa ti o ba raye.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:46pm On Nov 20, 2015
IlekeHD:


I've been testing you to determine if you read/speak Yoruba. You passed.

Interesting case. Jor bami wa ti o ba raye.

Ileke, Desola nko? Se o ti paro oruko ni?
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 6:46pm On Nov 20, 2015
Out!

Will be back.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 6:48pm On Nov 20, 2015
naijababe:


Ileke, Desola nko? Se o ti paro oruko ni?

OMG I'm not Desola lol.

Although I take it as a compliment. We're two diff people from two diff states at two different location and with the same culture. Desola is cray tho, I'm nice.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:49pm On Nov 20, 2015
CabbieAC:
Raumdeuter na dis kain thin dey make people tackle Aregbe grin grin

Him gaan to like aseju grin cheesy

Ki ni itumo gbogbo ele yi ni sin
grin grin i hope it is not for his personal use. I don't mind a state ownig a chopper, you never know when it will come handy especially disaster management
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Ritchiee: 6:50pm On Nov 20, 2015
angiography:

What's going on in that Awo hall mosque, eh my brother, God saves us
I don't believe that crap about weapons.People exacerbate issues out of proportion...
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by PrincessJaneDoe: 6:51pm On Nov 20, 2015
Katsumoto:


Why not 300%, heck why not 600%?

If his intention is to de-congest his state, he is at liberty to do that as long as he has the support of the voters in Rivers.

It is high time, everyone goes to develop their states and stop flooding into any state that is making progress. Let all citizens go and attack their reps and governors and demand accountability instead of protesting in another state. When Nigerians start demanding accountability from their LG because they are discriminated against in another LG, then Nigeria will start making progress.

There needs to be a radical paradigm shift for there to be progress.

Amen sister! I am with you on this one.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:52pm On Nov 20, 2015
Firefire:
Modath, mo ti de oooooo tongue.... Aregbesola 2nd Term is a complete failure as of now. So much like Fashola 2nd Term.

No sentiment, governors in Nigeria don't perform in their 2nd term.


Why ?
2nd terms are mostly spent completing projects and maintenance work. IMO
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 6:53pm On Nov 20, 2015
PrincessJaneDoe:


Amen sister! I am with you on this one.

Lmaooo grin
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:54pm On Nov 20, 2015
modath:



The recent terror attacks are being carried out by girls..

Religion is something i steer clear from, if you see the vigor some use to defend pastors too... lipsrsealed, prosperity pastors oooo, they pepper every conversation with pastor said, pastor did...

The one i detest is when you say "I'm not feeling well or baby is not feeling well" & they tell you no, you say STRONG... sad , yeyenatu, iranu .....

Some will start querying you , asking if you are truly born again cos you dissent with something pastor said , like they have a speed dial line to God themselves... Mcheewww!!

Lol, afi yeyenatu na, i really hate that "you are strong" statement
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by zimoni(f): 6:55pm On Nov 20, 2015
IyaIode:


Iya agba, if you hear stories coming out our campus, you will understand. I remember a certain Jamaican convert sheikh that was arrested and banned from entering Britain had visited an stayed in a Nigerian campus mosque.

Whaooooo

You remind me of Akindeko Mosque at FUTA. Would you believe if I told you they have weapons in the mosque?

Some years ago(I think 2002) there was a jihad fight at FUTA between the Alfas and christian students. A preacher was preaching somewhere around Akindeko(not near the mosque ooo), an Alfa went to meet him and beat the preacher to stupor(All the Alfas are martial artist. By Alfa I mean the guys who wear three quarter, not muslims in general). People hear him shouting and went out to free him, they later descended on the Alfa and gave him the beating of his life.

The Alfa's colleague called an emergency jihad prayer and started attacking after the prayer. Akindeko boys were waiting for them but when they finisheded prayer and brought about their weapons Akindeko boys ran.

They ran to get weapons and launch return leg. They had upper hand because Akindeko boys are many than the Alfas. They have always had beef because the Alfas always complain whenever Akindeko boys are watching their Jogunomi(porn) in midnight(no pocketing). Mopol were invited to quell the fight, the authority later shut the school.

The so-called preachers also have their own fault. They always disburb people with their preaching wahala.

I remember a 500-L so-called pastor student was beaten by the security because he was preaching inside Big LT in 2004. It lead to crisis and authority shut the school.

Infact, if I had my way, I would ban the two religions. Wahala esin mejeeji ti po ju. Kilode.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:56pm On Nov 20, 2015
IlekeHD:


OMG I'm not Desola lol.

Although I take it as a compliment. We're two diff people from two diff states at two different location and with the same culture. Desola is cray tho, I'm nice.

Lol, I know you are not Desola o. Asking after her ni? grin

How can you be Desola? O fe ji ni grin
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by PrincessJaneDoe: 6:56pm On Nov 20, 2015
IlekeHD:


Lmaooo grin

lol, I didn't even look at the moniker before responding. I was too eager to type my agreement.

Pa Kats, please accept my apologies cheesy cheesy
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superduperjay: 6:56pm On Nov 20, 2015
My yoruba is above average grin yeah I'll try and look for it and post it here when I can.
IlekeHD:


I've been testing you to determine if you read/speak Yoruba. You passed.

Interesting case. Jor bami wa ti o ba raye.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 6:58pm On Nov 20, 2015
zimoni:




Good one ma'am.

Even though religion discussion is sensitive and almost everyone shy away from involving in religion discussion yet we will have to talk about it at the appropriate time.

Churches are creating nuisance, our pastors are turning themselves to demi-gods(they sometimes tell married women what to do contrary to what the husband wants), most of them are 19, infact the list is endless. I have been to various churches when I was in Ife. Here in Abuja, I have attended about 7 churches. I have seen things.


Our Imams is another discussion entirely. We might have religion extremism in Osun in few years especially the oyo-speaking part of Osun state.

There was an Islamic preacher that used to come to Osun to preach about Islam, his preaching was all about bashing Christianity and calling Jesus a thief shocked shocked He said Jesus commanded one of his boys to steal a donkey, I attended the so-called Ife-for-Islam program at Stadium some years ago. The dude stopped coming to Osun when issue of Boko Haram became rampant.

Truth is, we have some radical Muslims in Osun, it's not been easy for their followers to attack people because we are interwoven.

Lord deliver us from religious fanaticism. How I wish everyone could be like me. I attend church like twice in a month and I have stopped attending Padre-Hour at work. I believe there is God yet I don't allow a Pastor to tell me how to live my life. I'm Igboro bam bam(Ilare to the core), so I don't fall for their bullshitt easily.

Lord Take Control.
Imagine the bolded, when this commits crime, they will call him Muslim when his teaching is a sin itself.

God save us o
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 7:10pm On Nov 20, 2015
zimoni:


Whaooooo

You remind me of Akindeko Mosque at FUTA. Would you believe if I told you they have weapons in the mosque?

Some years ago(I think 2002) there was a jihad fight at FUTA between the Alfas and christian students. A preacher was preaching somewhere around Akindeko(not near the mosque ooo), an Alfa went to meet him and beat the preacher to stupor(All the Alfas are martial artist. By Alfa I mean the guys who wear three quarter, not muslims in general). People hear him shouting and went out to free him, they later descended on the Alfa and gave him the beating of his life.

The Alfa's colleague called an emergency jihad prayer and started attacking after the prayer. Akindeko boys were waiting for them but when they finisheded prayer and brought about their weapons Akindeko boys ran.

They ran to get weapons and launch return leg. They had upper hand because Akindeko boys are many than the Alfas. They have always had beef because the Alfas always complain whenever Akindeko boys are watching their Jogunomi(porn) in midnight(no pocketing). Mopol were invited to quell the fight, the authority later shut the school.

The so-called preachers also have their own fault. They always disburb people with their preaching wahala.

I remember a 500-L so-called pastor student was beaten by the security because he was preaching inside Big LT in 2004. It lead to crisis and authority shut the school.

Infact, if I had my way, I would ban the two religions. Wahala esin mejeeji ti po ju. Kilode.
Thanks for mentioning Futa mosque, i will put it second behind OAU mosque. I don't know much about UI, i know FUNAAB mosque is taking after them.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by patrickmuf(m): 7:13pm On Nov 20, 2015
I'm from Cross River but to be honest I love it here...Did my youth service at Ife North LGA 2yrs ago...
I appreciate the quality of post/posters here...Kat, Dayo, Gbawe and others here represent maturity...

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 7:15pm On Nov 20, 2015
IlekeHD:


Na wa oh.

Is anyone addressing our porous borders?

If a potential Arabian terrorist can enter Nigeria without our Government being aware, how much more a Jamaican Sheikh.

No protection nationally or locally. It's scary, if you think about it.

The only thing stopping boko haram from spreading to the South is boko haram....not the army or the government. When they decide to move down South, may Eledumare help us.
Amin o
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 7:17pm On Nov 20, 2015
patrickmuf:
I'm from Cross River but to be honest I love it here...Did my youth service at Ife North LGA 2yrs ago...
I appreciate the quality of post/posters here...Kat, Dayo, Gbawe and others here represent maturity...
You are welcome.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 7:19pm On Nov 20, 2015
PrincessJaneDoe:


Amen sister! I am with you on this one.

shocked shocked shocked

PrincessJaneDoe:

lol, I didn't even look at the moniker before responding. I was too eager to type my agreement.
Pa Kats, please accept my apologies cheesy cheesy

angry angry angry

First you called me a girl and then you upgraded me to a Pa.

How did I offend you Iya? Kini mo se? cry cry cry


E jo ema binu. O ri idoba le ni mo wa.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 7:20pm On Nov 20, 2015
patrickmuf:
I'm from Cross River but to be honest I love it here...Did my youth service at Ife North LGA 2yrs ago...
I appreciate the quality of post/posters here...Kat, Dayo, Gbawe and others here represent maturity...

Thanks and welcome.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by raumdeuter: 7:21pm On Nov 20, 2015
IyaIode:

Thanks for mentioning Futa mosque, i will put it second behind OAU mosque. I don't know much about UI, i know FUNAAB mosque is taking after them.

I heard a story too about UI when the Moslems wanted to build a mosque and they saw that the east they would be facing is towards All Souls Cathedral that has been in UI for over 50yrs. They wanted the cross at All Souls demolished and it caused some brouhaha

In Oyo State. During the regime of Lam Adesina, Moslem leaders claimed they wanted their daughters to wear Hijab to historically missionary schools like St Annes, St theresa, St Louis etc and it was a big issue until Lam Adesina used his maturity to settle the case
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 7:22pm On Nov 20, 2015
zimoni:


Whaooooo

You remind me of Akindeko Mosque at FUTA. Would you believe if I told you they have weapons in the mosque?

Some years ago(I think 2002) there was a jihad fight at FUTA between the Alfas and christian students. A preacher was preaching somewhere around Akindeko(not near the mosque ooo), an Alfa went to meet him and beat the preacher to stupor(All the Alfas are martial artist. By Alfa I mean the guys who wear three quarter, not muslims in general). People hear him shouting and went out to free him, they later descended on the Alfa and gave him the beating of his life.

The Alfa's colleague called an emergency jihad prayer and started attacking after the prayer. Akindeko boys were waiting for them but when they finisheded prayer and brought about their weapons Akindeko boys ran.

They ran to get weapons and launch return leg. They had upper hand because Akindeko boys are many than the Alfas. They have always had beef because the Alfas always complain whenever Akindeko boys are watching their Jogunomi(porn) in midnight(no pocketing). Mopol were invited to quell the fight, the authority later shut the school.

The so-called preachers also have their own fault. They always disburb people with their preaching wahala.

I remember a 500-L so-called pastor student was beaten by the security because he was preaching inside Big LT in 2004. It lead to crisis and authority shut the school.

Infact, if I had my way, I would ban the two religions. Wahala esin mejeeji ti po ju. Kilode.

I think the followers of both foreign religions are starting to create and cause nuisance. Actions that highlight intolerance should be banned.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 7:25pm On Nov 20, 2015
raumdeuter:


I heard a story too about UI when the Moslems wanted to build a mosque and they saw that the east they would be facing is towards All Souls Cathedral that has been in UI for over 50yrs. They wanted the cross at All Souls demolished and it caused some brouhaha

In Oyo State. During the regime of Lam Adesina, Moslem leaders claimed they wanted their daughters to wear Hijab to historically missionary schools like St Annes, St theresa, St Louis etc and it was a big issue until Lam Adesina used his maturity to settle the case
Woah, this thing has to be nipped before it gets out of hand.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Firefire(m): 7:28pm On Nov 20, 2015
IyaIode:

2nd terms are mostly spent completing projects and maintenance work. IMO

Eyin le so be ooo grin
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by zimoni(f): 7:31pm On Nov 20, 2015
IyaIode:

Imagine the bolded, when this commits crime, they will call him Muslim when his teaching is a sin itself.

God save us o

Amen ooo Aunty.

We would have had religion crisis in Osun if not for awareness and education. The Alfas have been brainwashing their followers yet the followers have not started attacking people up till now. I believe they find it hard to attack their own people.

That is why I frowned at the strategy used by PDP and Omisore to wrestled power from Aregbesola. They called him Boko Haram and various derogatory names in his first tenure.

During the campaign, Omisore said he was going to return public schools to the missionaries who built the schools. If the schools are returned to the missionaries, non-christian students may be discouraged from attending such public schools. If that should happen(God forbid), we would have Boko Haram Terrorists in Osun and South West in general in the next 10years. Those kids must never be discouraged from attending pulic schools. They learn a lot in 12years they spend in schools.

Lord Have Mercy.

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