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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by homeboy232(m): 2:20pm On Nov 26, 2016
If u like post 1 million articles, the guy image and career is already rubbished, destroyed and his reputation is messed up....1 million articles cannot change his mess ..

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by bettercreature(m): 2:23pm On Nov 26, 2016
BABANGBALI:
because his name sake was caught stealing iPhones
Seun won't hesitate to give you 7years ban

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Disneylady(f): 2:25pm On Nov 26, 2016
ogologoamu:


Why didn't he show the mob 2mil he intended to pay with.
I'm not supporting him but he might wanna pay with another means( POS whatever) but, what I'm saying is the sales rep shouldn't have allowed him to go with those goods alone. Which kain thing be that. Dem just bring am come lagos ni . He might had the intention of stealing ( why would u pack goods without paying, that's theft) but the report get K-leg I repeat!

The guy sef no get good reputation before, he fit wan steal those phones

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by MNDY(m): 2:28pm On Nov 26, 2016
OP, all your points don't mean sh!t if this case is a case of failed juju which I think it is.
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Or a case of incompetence of the salesboy to have allowed him go with the phones into his car to get the money, and that is if no be the earlier mentioned juju catch the salesboy to let Seun go with the phones into his car.
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On the whole, Seun is a thief if he could not present the money he intended to pay for the phones with after the mob descended on him.

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Nobody: 2:28pm On Nov 26, 2016
I can put it back if I want to, but I am currently watching jenifa and that toned my mood about them.

Idiot are u now satisfied
Yarduni:


So why did you edit it? i thought you said stealing IS IN THEIR DNA'S

People that don't have brains,
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by MARKone(m): 2:29pm On Nov 26, 2016
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Yarduni: 2:31pm On Nov 26, 2016
prettysolid:
I can put it back if I want to, but I am currently watching jenifa and that toned my mood about them.

Idiot are u now satisfied

Put it back i dare you, olosho
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Nobody: 2:38pm On Nov 26, 2016
You carry jazz. Who are you to dare me. Kikiki see this skunk. Go and take a bath first. P***y dey smell. You would soon end up like ur brother Seun Egbegbe
Yarduni:


Put it back i dare you, olosho
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by skedman(m): 2:39pm On Nov 26, 2016
slightlyMad:
1. see the store image below, observe it's distance to the road side, How will a sales person allow anyone walk out of that store with phones worth 2 million naira? what if a bike is waiting out whisk the customer away?
i have made heavy purchases at computer village many times and trust me, when you buy 2 million naira worth of phones, the sales person will help you to your car with the phones, especially when you are yet to pay for it.

2. When you need to pay 2 million naira in this recession period, you will never listen to any campaign about getting it for you in "my" car
You will rather ask that he brings the money over first, not even with seun egbegbe's hungry-man looks

3. Someone of that "celebrity" status will likely not head to computer village with the intention of stealing 2 million naira worth of phones.

4. If you are caught in such act in lagos, Thou shall not take my pictures is the last thing on your mind, trust me. you will be more concerned about fuel and matches

5. Lagosians will never "touch you small" when caught with 2 million naira worth of stolen goods, you will receive serious beatings.
Even is they dont beat you as a celeb, they will ALL be nakid including the never-talked-about and free-walking accomplices who tried to drive him away

6. maybe he "pocketed" one iphone during negotiations and sales person figured when they were about leaving and then raised an alarm
during the beating, someone then suggested, lets give him all the phones in the store and snap him.

7. Let's not rule out this being a case of negotiations gone sour, you know when you price something very hard and refuse to produce the cash.
in this recession period.

8. a setup.
you raised a vital point and as well reason like a lawyer. But what was he doing in that shop, can your fellow partner slap you without not retaliating or arresting such person.
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by ogologoamu: 2:41pm On Nov 26, 2016
Disneylady:

I'm not supporting him but he might wanna pay with another means( POS whatever) but, what I'm saying is the sales rep shouldn't have allowed him to go with those goods alone. Which kain thing be that. Dem just bring am come lagos ni . He might had the intention of stealing ( why would u pack goods without paying, that's theft) but the report get K-leg I repeat!

The guy sef no get good reputation before, he fit wan steal those phones

He hypnotised the sales rep. They used this method on my sister while in Lagos. I sent her to evening mkt, a guy called her by her native name and that's the end, they collected the money on her and send her home to bring more money for them which she did. Just like a movie, she was ransacking the whole house looking for money, from her behaviour, i know she was under a spell i have to give her a deadly slap and her brain came to normal. Sometimes, this charm clears faster in some individuals like the case of this sales rep.

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by glossy6(f): 2:43pm On Nov 26, 2016
Hmmm. I thank God he is not omo Igbo grin
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Nobody: 2:47pm On Nov 26, 2016
Since when do personal opinions matter when it comes to the law? People should mind their own business and let the law take its course.

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Kingbuhari(m): 2:51pm On Nov 26, 2016
why are they trying to shield him nah.... the yeloba guy nah confirm thief.... he get luck oooo if for my area he suppose dey hell fire dey do owambe with Awo

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by FILEBE(m): 3:08pm On Nov 26, 2016
slightlyMad:
1. see the store image below, observe it's distance to the road side, How will a sales person allow anyone walk out of that store with phones worth 2 million naira? what if a bike is waiting out whisk the customer away?
i have made heavy purchases at computer village many times and trust me, when you buy 2 million naira worth of phones, the sales person will help you to your car with the phones, especially when you are yet to pay for it.

2. When you need to pay 2 million naira in this recession period, you will never listen to any campaign about getting it for you in "my" car
You will rather ask that he brings the money over first, not even with seun egbegbe's hungry-man looks


3. Someone of that "celebrity" status will likely not head to computer village with the intention of stealing 2 million naira worth of phones.

4. If you are caught in such act in lagos, Thou shall not take my pictures is the last thing on your mind, trust me. you will be more concerned about fuel and matches

5. Lagosians will never "touch you small" when caught with 2 million naira worth of stolen goods, you will receive serious beatings.
Even is they dont beat you as a celeb, they will ALL be nakid including the never-talked-about and free-walking accomplices who tried to drive him away

6. maybe he "pocketed" one iphone during negotiations and sales person figured when they were about leaving and then raised an alarm
during the beating, someone then suggested, lets give him all the phones in the store and snap him.

7. Let's not rule out this being a case of negotiations gone sour, you know when you price something very hard and refuse to produce the cash.
in this recession period.

8. a setup.


Sister analyst. Seriously? Did you just want to play detective here or what? How can you sit and type this when you are not in anyway related to the guy or were you an eyewitness?

Now I know how people come up with "conspiration" theories.



Mama o! I hail thee.

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by sweetguy10(m): 3:12pm On Nov 26, 2016
He hypnotized the sales rep . It's not his first time , he was caught in Ibadan and almost disgraced but some people quickly intervened on his behalf . Shame on him and his co movie producers , whoring actresses he treats like trash and shame on the fuji musicians and other ones that have been singing his praise . I knew he will meet his Waterloo very soon .. dumb , idiotic , God forsaken bastard

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Nobody: 3:14pm On Nov 26, 2016
Good point. How would a customer buy goods worth millions and you would not escort him out to pick money. Until he wanted to run. Many questions begging for answers and
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Venice789: 3:19pm On Nov 26, 2016
prettysolid:
In this case, the one determining factor and question which no news media or even the police have been able to answer is, was the money he wanted to use to pay for the said phones in the car or not?
that's the question

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by factwriter(m): 3:31pm On Nov 26, 2016
[quote author=MNDY post=51390705]OP, all your points don't mean sh!t if this case is a case of failed juju which I think it is.
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Coming to a social platform (that enjoys visitation from world over, including those from lands that have for centuries exists on LOGICAL REASONING) and you present "juju" as the missing piece?

So much for Nigerians and their claim of Civilisation.

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by paulsowande(m): 3:35pm On Nov 26, 2016
In this case, the one determining factor and question which no news media or even the police have been able to answer is, [b]was the money he wanted to use to pay for the said phones in the car or not?


God will bless you for that amazing question
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by ipledge10(m): 3:49pm On Nov 26, 2016
prettysolid:
In this case, the one determining factor and question which no news media or even the police have been able to answer is, was the money he wanted to use to pay for the said phones in the car or not?
God bless your brain, same thing I have been thinking
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by jonced(m): 3:55pm On Nov 26, 2016
from the comments the shop owner made, where he said the salesboy was injured cos he tried to hold on to the goods and the car while they drove away with the goods and the scuffle that ensued, it is clear that the salesboy followed the man to the car but on getting there, another man had the engine running and attempted to move quickly as soon as the goods were in the car. that's the only way the sales boy would be close enough to fight and hang on to the moving car thereby injuring himself. the distance from the shop to the road is too far for the salesboy to reach the car and struggle if the car engine was already kept running when the goods were carried to the car. the salesboy must be been close by.

read the account of the shop owner where he said his sales boy was badly injured cos he tried to hold on to the car and was dragged by the car

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Disneylady(f): 4:00pm On Nov 26, 2016
ogologoamu:


He hypnotised the sales rep. They used this method on my sister while in Lagos. I sent her to evening mkt, a guy called her by her native name and that's the end, they collected the money on her and send her home to bring more money for them which she did. Just like a movie, she was ransacking the whole house looking for money, from her behaviour, i know she was under a spell i have to give her a deadly slap and her brain came to normal. Sometimes, this charm clears faster in some individuals like the case of this sales rep.
You are right! That explains the sales rep action.....omo jazz dey ooooo shocked...that guy na. bastard walahi
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Nobody: 4:15pm On Nov 26, 2016
slightlyMad:
1. see the store image below, observe it's distance to the road side, How will a sales person allow anyone walk out of that store with phones worth 2 million naira? what if a bike is waiting out whisk the customer away?
i have made heavy purchases at computer village many times and trust me, when you buy 2 million naira worth of phones, the sales person will help you to your car with the phones, especially when you are yet to pay for it.

2. When you need to pay 2 million naira in this recession period, you will never listen to any campaign about getting it for you in "my" car
You will rather ask that he brings the money over first, not even with seun egbegbe's hungry-man looks

3. Someone of that "celebrity" status will likely not head to computer village with the intention of stealing 2 million naira worth of phones.

4. If you are caught in such act in lagos, Thou shall not take my pictures is the last thing on your mind, trust me. you will be more concerned about fuel and matches

5. Lagosians will never "touch you small" when caught with 2 million naira worth of stolen goods, you will receive serious beatings.
Even is they dont beat you as a celeb, they will ALL be nakid including the never-talked-about and free-walking accomplices who tried to drive him away

6. maybe he "pocketed" one iphone during negotiations and sales person figured when they were about leaving and then raised an alarm
during the beating, someone then suggested, lets give him all the phones in the store and snap him.

7. Let's not rule out this being a case of negotiations gone sour, you know when you price something very hard and refuse to produce the cash.
in this recession period.

8. a setup.

SEUN THAT IS YOU ABI? OLE, THIEF!!! PHONE THIEF!!! RUBBISH FLIMSY DEFENCE THAT LACKS ANY DEPTH. HE IS A CHRONIC KLEPTOMANIAC AND AN ARMED ROBBER.. THIS ISNT NEWS TO SOME OF US THAT KNOW HIM WELL... BETTER REPENT SEUN... REMEMBER WHAT YOU DID AT FOLAKEMI'S BIRTHDAY PARTY? OLE!!!! angry

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Brightscofild(m): 4:15pm On Nov 26, 2016
prettysolid:
In this case, the one determining factor and question which no news media or even the police have been able to answer is, was the money he wanted to use to pay for the said phones in the car or not?
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by plaetton: 4:23pm On Nov 26, 2016
slightlyMad:
1. see the store image below, observe it's distance to the road side, How will a sales person allow anyone walk out of that store with phones worth 2 million naira? what if a bike is waiting out whisk the customer away?
i have made heavy purchases at computer village many times and trust me, when you buy 2 million naira worth of phones, the sales person will help you to your car with the phones, especially when you are yet to pay for it.

2. When you need to pay 2 million naira in this recession period, you will never listen to any campaign about getting it for you in "my" car
You will rather ask that he brings the money over first, not even with seun egbegbe's hungry-man looks

3. Someone of that "celebrity" status will likely not head to computer village with the intention of stealing 2 million naira worth of phones.

4. If you are caught in such act in lagos, Thou shall not take my pictures is the last thing on your mind, trust me. you will be more concerned about fuel and matches

5. Lagosians will never "touch you small" when caught with 2 million naira worth of stolen goods, you will receive serious beatings.
Even is they dont beat you as a celeb, they will ALL be nakid including the never-talked-about and free-walking accomplices who tried to drive him away

6. maybe he "pocketed" one iphone during negotiations and sales person figured when they were about leaving and then raised an alarm
during the beating, someone then suggested, lets give him all the phones in the store and snap him.

7. Let's not rule out this being a case of negotiations gone sour, you know when you price something very hard and refuse to produce the cash.
in this recession period.

8. a setup.
Why I think this post is silly and lacking in common sense.

Good defense. You should be in court defending him with this your convoluted logic. undecided

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by Kayoski(m): 4:33pm On Nov 26, 2016
Uchihaitaci:


SEUN THAT IS YOU ABI? OLE, THIEF!!! PHONE THIEF!!! RUBBISH FLIMSY DEFENCE THAT LACKS ANY DEPTH. HE IS A CHRONIC KLEPTOMANIAC AND AN ARMED ROBBER.. THIS ISNT NEWS TO SOME OF US THAT KNOW HIM WELL... BETTER REPENT SEUN... REMEMBER WHAT YOU DID AT FOLAKEMI'S BIRTHDAY PARTY? OLE!!!! angry
Abeg gist us..

Wetin the ole do at folakemi's birthday..

Amebo is waiting

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by ogologoamu: 4:35pm On Nov 26, 2016
Disneylady:

You are right! That explains the sales rep action.....omo jazz dey ooooo shocked...that guy na. bastard walahi

Even ritualist use this method. God just want to expose him that day.

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Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by mamatayour(f): 4:35pm On Nov 26, 2016
BABANGBALI:
not until he buys iphone7 for all of us or admits that he did it
I wouldn't mind too sha grin grin
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by MNDY(m): 5:28pm On Nov 26, 2016
[quote author=factwriter post=51392419][/quote]

Ordinarily, I would not respond to a comment like this one of yours and just let you and like-minded persons continue with their belief that there is no such thing as "juju" or that Seun may not have applied it whatsoever! But I liked your approach when you quoted me and made your assertions!
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First things first, there is "juju" (you are not forced to accept this fact though). Civilization is out of the question as juju is purely a matter of indigenous practise.
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More so, Seun is credited with past reports of robbery with some instances of application of "juju."
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by lordyugo: 5:55pm On Nov 26, 2016
slightlyMad:
1. see the store image below, observe it's distance to the road side, How will a sales person allow anyone walk out of that store with phones worth 2 million naira? what if a bike is waiting out whisk the customer away?
i have made heavy purchases at computer village many times and trust me, when you buy 2 million naira worth of phones, the sales person will help you to your car with the phones, especially when you are yet to pay for it.

2. When you need to pay 2 million naira in this recession period, you will never listen to any campaign about getting it for you in "my" car
You will rather ask that he brings the money over first, not even with seun egbegbe's hungry-man looks

3. Someone of that "celebrity" status will likely not head to computer village with the intention of stealing 2 million naira worth of phones.

4. If you are caught in such act in lagos, Thou shall not take my pictures is the last thing on your mind, trust me. you will be more concerned about fuel and matches

5. Lagosians will never "touch you small" when caught with 2 million naira worth of stolen goods, you will receive serious beatings.
Even is they dont beat you as a celeb, they will ALL be nakid including the never-talked-about and free-walking accomplices who tried to drive him away

6. maybe he "pocketed" one iphone during negotiations and sales person figured when they were about leaving and then raised an alarm
during the beating, someone then suggested, lets give him all the phones in the store and snap him.

7. Let's not rule out this being a case of negotiations gone sour, you know when you price something very hard and refuse to produce the cash.
in this recession period.

8. a setup.


u would really make a poor detective if u really believed the listed assumptions
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by mrdino(m): 6:21pm On Nov 26, 2016
makydebbie:
Celebrity of the moment is Seun Egbegbe shocked


Chidima's moment is over cry
in fact, I can imagine Chidinma dancing shoki wherever she's now.
Re: Why I Think There Is More To The Seun Egbegbe Story by geobukky(m): 6:22pm On Nov 26, 2016
Heard this b4 somewhere, was like shocked

BT really something is not right about this seun theft.

It doesn't add up

BABANGBALI:
the queen of England na celebrity and she get money, she too dey thief like seun. So leave dat matter

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