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|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by CaptnSelfless(m): 10:59pm On Mar 10|
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Microfels: 11:10pm On Mar 10|
Thanks for that wonderful update. Please i need a favour. Could you please integrate the shocking and sad death of Professor Pius Adesanmi in your next update? Please help celebrate this great man who was snatched from us before his time.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by rukidanty: 11:24pm On Mar 10|
thanks for the update
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by LabUdegbe(m): 7:01am On Mar 11|
Centino you bad oooo. See how you stylishly bring Ndi and Maya for this update.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Centino: 7:42am On Mar 11|
Nice to have you man. Surely everything is possible in the future. Cheers.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Centino: 7:43am On Mar 11|
Nicely articulated chikzyet
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Centino: 7:44am On Mar 11|
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Centino: 7:59am On Mar 11|
It just can't wait till the next update. What can I say? Here in Naija we talk about our aging (aircraft) fleet and "Nigerian factor" as causes of crash. But here we're talking about a brand new state of the art equipment operated by one of the best run aviation companies in the world. It makes you think, and wonder, if you are not knowing. If you have been following my literature you will know that I see it differently. While we are here crying, many of those 157 souls could already be in a better place swinging in the will of the Almighty and wondering what the heck the fuss about death is all about here on earth. Every religion believes in a better place after death. If we believe what we say we believe, we can only always give thanks in these situations and pray for the souls to find their way to where they are supposed to be. I believe death on earth is birth into the beyond, and depending on how you have lived it could be a very joyful birth indeed. Imagine waking up in a land where the streets are paved in gold, and you can attend operas with Abraham, Elijah, and Mohammed in attendance? Why will I not want to die already?
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|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Centino: 8:00am On Mar 11|
Abi o. I hope say those wey dey ask for Maya and Ndi enjoy am
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by KpagoGIN(m): 8:06am On Mar 11|
chikzyet:If papa Efe is all what we suspect him to be, then Agboyinbo will only see what he wants him to see..... a mere mortal!
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Mystick: 8:58am On Mar 11|
KpagoGIN:You are right, looks like the man always know how to shield himself. Neither Mama Akunna nor Agboyankee could see who he is. Even when Agboyankee searched for the eyes that was fixed on him, he only saw a pair of mortal eyes staring at him, nothing more except that those eyes only wanted to know who he truly is.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by TheStarsAlign: 9:07am On Mar 11|
Napoleonsammy:Nice, were you reading the comments too?
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by BUGOFF(m): 9:52am On Mar 11|
supposed to be. I believe death on earth is birth into the beyond, and depending on how you have lived it could be a very joyful birth indeed.
Lol! U are a deep thinker indeed. I too have always been of the view that we place too much value on life on this earth yet fail to consider the amazing prospects of a better life at death.
Kindly find the author of this quote and add to Mr Kingsley's unending storage: 'everybody wan go heaven but nobody wan dead'.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by TheStarsAlign: 10:20am On Mar 11|
Nanatrendy:Don't tell me you still don't know who the green hawk is. Even though it was discreetly revealed, its as clear as daylight.
Ps: you sure look nice in that DP. Liked
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by jagugu88li(f): 10:22am On Mar 11|
Papa Efe!! I have never heard of a nocturnal activist who minds his business like this man.
So all the Katakata champions where in one way or the other admitted in hospital......tell me more abeg
That part where Papa Efe was telling Efe to go finish his mission of destroying Togoman sounded a little like Papa was stylishly telling son to do a thorough job, say he embarks on that path again...more or less giving him a go ahead.
Mama Tobi sef. You were told to zip your lips ehn! But then Togoman is also playing mind games with this lady.
Nice one Mr. Author
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|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by TheStarsAlign: 10:48am On Mar 11|
This is one of the best updates personally; its superdope. Enjoyed every plot & scene. Sis Esther and Kingsley made me laugh like I've not done in a while - colleagues were looking at me like... I will link them up later.
This update led me to searching about all nocturnal animals but instead I came across a movie (Nocturnal Animals, 2016) and from the preview, can't wait to download.
Centino, bless up man.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by tsharp(m): 11:35am On Mar 11|
he was being sarcastic with his son. he was the hawk and his intention was to stop efe breaking in to the shop because he knew mama akunna could never mean well.
also papa efe seems a reluctant "nocturnal activist" only came out to help his son.
good job boss centino.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Pheezie(m): 11:54am On Mar 11|
Since you choose not to mention Man Utd vs PSG match in your last update,
Don't even try to mention Arsenal vs Man Utd match in your next update o or else me and you go fight.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Centino: 12:22pm On Mar 11|
Y'all exhausted the talk na. Nothing to add. Personally Deportivo vs Milan 4:0 was the greatest champions league come back. Forget that the return leg was in Spain. Milan were defending champions and had the best players in the world then. Check out the out of this world starting eleven:
Jon Dahl Tomasson
The bench? Equally frightening! Full of Internationals.
Manuel Rui Costa
The Deportivo guys that beat them should not even be lacing their boots. No need to even reproducing that team sheet here. Forgettable.
As for the Arsenal match...nothing to be ashamed of man. The reality check was always coming. Doesn't diminish Ole's achievements so far.
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|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by tsharp(m): 12:57pm On Mar 11|
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by hotswagg12: 1:29pm On Mar 11|
Centino:@centino thanks for saying the fact that deportivo Vs Milan was the greatest comeback of all time but bias fan @pheezie still want to argue and give it to manutd. Maybe he wasn't watching football when Milan was dominating European football then.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by stevodot22(m): 1:41pm On Mar 11|
centino u're the boss anytime any day. u're just killing it. keep up the good work bro, the sky is ur starting point.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Nanatrendy(f): 4:04pm On Mar 11|
TheStarsAlign:it seems it's papa efe but you may never know
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by queenitee(f): 4:14pm On Mar 11|
Ndi and Maya shouldn't quarrel o.
Papa Efe is the hawk, baba o ni baba. Abi why did he come home exactly when he was needed without being discharged from the hospital?
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by MichaelBlake40(m): 4:56pm On Mar 11|
Centino wehdone man
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Preetiex(f): 10:13pm On Mar 11|
Hi centino,keep up the good work,I miss this section so much
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by CaptnSelfless(m): 1:13am On Mar 12|
Should we be expecting another update on Wednesday or we should not keep our hopes up
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Gleefreak125(m): 10:07am On Mar 12|
Wow, I needed to just say something cos it is a disservice to the writer and everyone here if I continue to enjoy this and not give kudos to Oga Centino. I was actually enjoying some other syory when INDUSTRIALFAN mentioned this story and dropped the link. Chai... I've been hooked ever since.
It's my third day reading, I'm still on page 47 and with my busy schedule I get engrossed that leave some works undone at times at the office. I hope that won't come to haunt me. Wow, for such consistency from 2017, I'd just say you're good sir. I can't continue to mention all that I love about your work cos they're numerous. Thank you so much for this great piece. Highly entertaining, informative and educative. God bless you bro. I hope I'd stumble across the page where I can contribute my widow's mite as earlier suggested by some great folks here. Well done boss.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by chinazagrace: 11:02am On Mar 12|
Centino, if Papa Efe (sshebi he's the green hawk?) has always been a ... why did he fall into Mama Akunna's love trap that time?
Keep writing sha, i like your story.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Mystick: 12:31pm On Mar 12|
chinazagrace:More like asking why did he allow Aboyankee to attack him.
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by Bukolaberry: 1:28pm On Mar 12|
Mystick:because they only see what he wants them to see. They failed to see beyond the old ogogoro Man
|Re: Number 225 Katakata Street by goodnessme1(f): 8:15pm On Mar 12|
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