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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Nobody: 10:07am On Sep 23, 2017
babyfaceafrica:
you have time o...leave the guy letbhim be hyperventilating.. As if he is the only one in US
I needn't be in US to know that. If your see their movies and read books written by Americans you'll understand how their educational system works. The guy thinks he's talking to JJCs. grin

I've SAT, GCSE and TOEFL past questions at home my brothers used. Going through those books made me understand that the Nigerian Educational curriculum is more complicated than theirs and that's why a Guru in Nigeria would go over there and come out in flying colours 'cause their teaching is less complicated.
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by LordOfNaira: 10:08am On Sep 23, 2017
kimbraa:
You don't know what you're saying, and some ignorant folks liked your post.

Kids in the US learn gradually, they're not given assignments meant for high school students in grade1. grin A child in kindergarten in Nigeria is already stressed with ABCD while in US they sleep in school and given puzzle set to play with.

How can that question be meant for high school. Have you taken your time to check the literature some of these pupils read and are able to understand? What really is your problem with the question? The words or the difficulty of getting an answer to it?

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by dabossman(m): 10:13am On Sep 23, 2017
kidman96:


you should all be ashamed of yourselves. if that teachers spends 3 minutes on google he/she will get the answers for themselves. why give it to a child to give to its parents who may be bloody illiterates like that fool who posted on Facebook?

if you want to know why this country is so backwards all you have to do is listen to Nigerians speak and behave... if you listen to an american primary 1 child speak you will see the difference between their educational system and ours, you will know why they are far ahead of us, you will know why Nigeria is a country heading backwards instead of forward. children are meant to learn good virtue and goal getting as young as possible, there are no two ways to that. when you pay thousands to go listen to a motivational speaker speaks what do you thing they speak about? its 'goal getting' you bloody morons. they twist and turn it and make it sound like they are speaking on inspirations from above but all they talk about is setting goals and achieving them and here you have a teacher teaching a primary 1 child goal getting and good virtue which will develop their brains fast and hasting their maturity you fcking illiterates are here criticising the teacher... this is just a Nigerian syndrome. we are very good are criticising people doing their job,people who have been trained to do their job we tell them how to do it when we have no idea the basics of it. we criticise the police,the military e even criticise foot ball managers and coaches wgen we never stepped a foot onto a football pitch...
i remember my days in the secondary school, my teacher gave us an assignment and i told my calssmate that i will tell my mom to help me with it and teach me. my classmate reported me to my class teacher and my class teacher rebuked him,telling him that it was a good thing for my parents to teach me the assignment and help me with it. why cant the stupid mother complaining on facebook teach the child GOOD VIRTUE AND GOAL GETTING? is it ever too early in life to learn these things? no. it develops a child faster in their daily lives and makes them better and more mature than their mates. lets not forget that a teacher can give yoyu an assignment he knows will be very difficult because they want you to make mistakes so they can correct them and make you learn.

And you morons here on Nairanland are quick to criticise the teacher.

Oga, you tried small, but goofed. You are right when you say parents need to be involved in their child's learning process. However, you don't teach a primary one pupil good virtue and goal setting by asking him to write and explain in this manner. You teach them such principles through practical examples and play acting. You teach them using stories that depicts such character traits.

You're right that Nigerian educational system is backward though. We're still stuck on old teaching methods. Pour out plenty notes and make kids cram.

Go and read about preschool and primary school education in Finland and some other Scandinavian countries. They don't even give homework to kids at this level. Just yesterday, I was reading about how some schools in the US were modifying the school environment to take teaching out of the conventional classrooms by converting hallways, stairwells and so on to areas of learning.

Here in Nigeria, most private schools have scrapped primary 6 and developed this "ahead by one" system where they teach kids stuff that is one year ahead of the curriculum. I have a child in primary 2 who is already using primary 3 textbooks. Where are we hurrying them off to? I had to download the US and UK primary school curriculum to compare. Private schools here are teaching way ahead of both countries. Our classes are not age appropriate. Then they will still ask you to pay for after school lessons. Keeping a 5-6 year old in school from 8am till 5pm. To teach what?

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by collinsebuka(m): 10:18am On Sep 23, 2017
kimbraa:
Let me explain this your English of a thing once more to you, and relate that to how kids are taught in America.

Our first language isn't English, but theirs is English. When you were born; your parents were communicating with you in your Native dialect. That's your first language. Could be Hausa, Yoruba or Igbo. Then in school, you'll be taught English so you could read and write while a child in America whose first language is English; that's, as they're born the first words their parents use in communicating with them is English Language, what they teach them later is how to spell these words they already know correctly. If you've read "Gifted Hands" by Ben Carson he did mention of some vocabulary classes where he spelt some words correctly
as at when he could read, he spoke English fluently but he was an illiterate 'cause he couldn't spell what he was speaking. He explained that.

A kid in America would use words that even you as an adult in Nigeria doesn't know the meaning and the reason for that is because that's the child's language unlike you who's learning it. This explains why you were shocked at your little niece in US who spoke fluent English. grin


you just love being ignorant don't you

I never said I was shocked I said I admired her. there's a difference, pick up a dictionary.

secondly your logic is flawed, not everyone communicates with their kids in native dialect, my parents never spoke to me In their native dialect because they were from different tribes and so my sister and I were always spoken to in English. so stop supporting a child not being able to speak well by saying English is not his/her first language. A child in the us is
also taught English same way(i don't mean same curriculum before you get confused) we are taught English here. They are taught vocabularies, how to properly pronounce words and language building, some schools even teach Spanish and French. It is because they are taught in school that is why they speak better with vocabularies and the rest not because English is their first language as you wrongly assume.

let me take blacks for example, if you hear a black American that isn't educated talk you won't be able to comprehend, they use thangs, thots, yer missus and other words, they don't speak proper English.

I'm not surprised anyway at your lack of knowledge and extreme ignorance, most Nigerian women are dull or at best average thinkers.

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by collinsebuka(m): 10:20am On Sep 23, 2017
LordOfNaira:


How can that question be meant for high school. Have you taken your time to check the literature some of these pupils read and are able to understand? What really is your problem with the question? The words or the difficulty of getting an answer to it?


the girl is just so ignorant, it's off putting
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by LordOfNaira: 10:21am On Sep 23, 2017
kimbraa:
I needn't be in US to know that. If your see their movies and read books written by Americans you'll understand how their educational system works. The guy thinks he's talking to JJCs. grin

I've SAT, GCSE and TOEFL past questions at home my brothers used. Going through those books made me understand that the Nigerian Educational curriculum is more complicated than theirs and that's why a Guru in Nigeria would go over there and come out in flying colours 'cause their teaching is less complicated.

I don't understood the bold. Is a guru not supposed to come out in flying colours?

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by LordOfNaira: 10:24am On Sep 23, 2017
collinsebuka:


the girl is just so ignorant, it's off putting

Very tiring.
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Nobody: 10:27am On Sep 23, 2017
LordOfNaira:


I don't understood the bold. Is a guru not supposed to come out in flying colours?
Do all the academic guru you know come out in flying colours in your country?. Someone that's meant to graduate with a first class is deliberately made to graduate with a first class lower. Nepotism/bribery strives in Naija.
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by dabossman(m): 10:29am On Sep 23, 2017
collinsebuka:



madam what are you saying


how is this assignment meant for high school student, because of the use of the word 'exhibit' and the vocabularies

please go and search about reading and writing proficiency test in grade 2 and educate yourself. you people are attacking the poster who is right.

when I hear my 5 year old niece in the us speak I can't help but admire her use of words and vocabulary

Have you really bothered to find out why her vocabulary is expansive? I can tell you it is not by doing homework like this. I have a 6 year old who's vocabulary and range of words amaze me. She learnt most of it by watching Disney Junior.

This is grade one curriculum in the US:

Overview of First Grade Learning Milestones
First grade is a year of highly visible progress in reading and language arts. The four major milestones in first grade reading and language arts are:
Knowing the names and sounds of all the consonants and vowels
Understanding phonics concepts such as consonant combinations
Following along, reading, and summarizing simple stories with pictures
Developing an understanding of composition
First grade is also a year of exploration and discovery of the numbers in the world around us. Five major milestones for first grade math include:
Counting to 100 by 1’s and skip counting
Knowing the addition math facts
Adding and subtracting small numbers
Understanding the value of money
Knowing the units for measurement, time, and weightKnowing the names and sounds of all the consonants and vowels.

https://www.time4learning.com/education/first_grade.shtml


Most of this my daughter was learning in Nursery 1. In primary 1, she was already counting to 1000, and having homework to write from 100-200, 201 - 400 and so on. They already learnt how to add up in hundred, tens and units in primary one.

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Nobody: 10:32am On Sep 23, 2017
collinsebuka:



you just love being ignorant don't you

I never said I was shocked I said I admired her. there's a difference, pick up a dictionary.

secondly your logic is flawed, not everyone communicates with their kids in native dialect, my parents never spoke to me In their native dialect because they were from different tribes and so my sister and I were always spoken to in English. so stop supporting a child not being able to speak well by saying English is not his/her first language. A child in the us is
also taught English same way(i don't mean same curriculum before you get confused) we are taught English here. They are taught vocabularies, how to properly pronounce words and language building, some schools even teach Spanish and French. It is because they are taught in school that is why they speak better with vocabularies and the rest not because English is their first language as you wrongly assume.

let me take blacks for example, if you hear a black American that isn't educated talk you won't be able to comprehend, they use thangs, thots, yer missus and other words, they don't speak proper English.

I'm not surprised anyway at your lack of knowledge and extreme ignorance, most Nigerian women are dull or at best average thinkers.
I give up on exchanging words with you, you know why?. You just played the gender card. grin

You think that because you're a guy then you have superior knowledge, on a field you lack basic knowledge. You didn't even know your first language wasn't English. grin

My dear, go argue this shìt with your girlfriend, not me.
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by NigelCundy: 10:36am On Sep 23, 2017
benedictac:
Goal cetting? that teacher should be sacked ASAP
The S looked like a C. Check the other places he wrote S, you will see it's similar. We too get wahala for this country abeg

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by DabuIIIT: 10:37am On Sep 23, 2017
Narldon:

My neighbor's son just gave me SS1 Mathematics Assignment to solve!


Please fams!!
Pray for me for I'm about to disgrace my family embarassed

have no fear,am on ma way to the BedRoom now.. cool

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Lightwands(m): 10:38am On Sep 23, 2017
ikbnice:
No wonder examination malpractice is rampant. They expect someone to help them do the assignment.
The teacher is even not competent. He is obviously shielding his incompetence by giving out difficult assignments. From spelling errors ' goal cetting' to writing date as position, it should have been written as 23rd. You better get your kid a better school.

Free advise.... Change your glasses.
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by mrMeen(m): 10:41am On Sep 23, 2017
kimbraa:
I give up on exchanging words with you, you know why?. You just played the gender card. grin

You think that because you're a guy then you have superior knowledge, on a field you lack basic knowledge. You didn't even know your first language wasn't English. grin

My dear, go argue this shìt with your girlfriend, not me.
I have been following your arguments closely as in the guy thinks that a student of primary school primary 1 to be exact knows the meaning of "virtue" and "goal setting", does he even know how students in the primary 1 age bracket talk and reason talk less of having the ability to say that yes this is their goal in life. I think his niece is a genius if she can solve this homework obviously, the second coming of Shakespeare.

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by LordOfNaira: 10:45am On Sep 23, 2017
kimbraa:
Do all the academic guru you know come out in flying colours in your country?. Someone that's meant to graduate with a first class is deliberately made to graduate with a first class lower. Nepotism/bribery strives in Naija.

But nepotism and bribery are not a part of our curriculum so why blame our curriculum?

Also, you seemed to be one of those who feel a curriculum should never be revised. If primary 1 pupils only did ABC years ago, should it mean that it should be the standard forever. If our curriculum finds this question too difficult for a Primary 1 pupil, then there is a problem. These words are no different from the words I find in many Lantern books recommended for primary 1 pupils.

With my level of experience in psychology, I have come to notice that kids of today do not like to be talked down at. Tell a child that "Exhibit means to show" and you may hear him/her grumble and tell you, "But I know. I am not a baby". Also, check the cartoons that are shown today and you will notice that children are being prepared to expand their vocabs.

I still don't see anything wrong with that question, though.

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Daisythof: 10:46am On Sep 23, 2017
This is totally wrong, going to someone's page on facebook and picking posts.

The person who posted this should pull it down please.


Lalasticlala
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Desola Idowu on Facebook

https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1490466397659031&id=100000870554550&set=ecnf.100000870554550&source=49[/quote]
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by agbolahangift(m): 10:48am On Sep 23, 2017
kidman96:


you should all be ashamed of yourselves. if that teachers spends 3 minutes on google he/she will get the answers for themselves. why give it to a child to give to its parents who may be bloody illiterates like that fool who posted on Facebook?

if you want to know why this country is so backwards all you have to do is listen to Nigerians speak and behave... if you listen to an american primary 1 child speak you will see the difference between their educational system and ours, you will know why they are far ahead of us, you will know why Nigeria is a country heading backwards instead of forward. children are meant to learn good virtue and goal getting as young as possible, there are no two ways to that. when you pay thousands to go listen to a motivational speaker speaks what do you thing they speak about? its 'goal getting' you bloody morons. they twist and turn it and make it sound like they are speaking on inspirations from above but all they talk about is setting goals and achieving them and here you have a teacher teaching a primary 1 child goal getting and good virtue which will develop their brains fast and hasting their maturity you fcking illiterates are here criticising the teacher... this is just a Nigerian syndrome. we are very good are criticising people doing their job,people who have been trained to do their job we tell them how to do it when we have no idea the basics of it. we criticise the police,the military e even criticise foot ball managers and coaches wgen we never stepped a foot onto a football pitch...
i remember my days in the secondary school, my teacher gave us an assignment and i told my calssmate that i will tell my mom to help me with it and teach me. my classmate reported me to my class teacher and my class teacher rebuked him,telling him that it was a good thing for my parents to teach me the assignment and help me with it. why cant the stupid mother complaining on facebook teach the child GOOD VIRTUE AND GOAL GETTING? is it ever too early in life to learn these things? no. it develops a child faster in their daily lives and makes them better and more mature than their mates. lets not forget that a teacher can give yoyu an assignment he knows will be very difficult because they want you to make mistakes so they can correct them and make you learn.

And you morons here on Nairanland are quick to criticise the teacher.
American are no way better than us,,

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Mac2016(m): 10:50am On Sep 23, 2017
Narldon:


My neighbor's son just gave me SS1 Mathematics Assignment to solve!



Please fams!!

Pray for me for I'm about to disgrace my family embarassed


Lol. You're so funny. Post the question we can help you solve it. None of us is as smart as all of us
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Nobody: 10:50am On Sep 23, 2017
mrMeen:
I have been following your arguments closely as in the guy thinks that a student of primary school primary 1 to be exact knows the meaning of "virtue" and "goal setting", does he even know how students in the primary 1 age bracket talk and reason talk less of having the ability to say that yes this is their goal in life. I think his niece is a genius if she can solve this homework obviously, the second coming of Shakespeare.
Lol, even the 9 years old in my compound in primary 4 can't answer the question. He kept screaming I'm ignorant but no one wins such argument.

Cc: collinsebuka, is it the illiteracy rate in Nigeria that's 65-75 million as at this year that is your yardstick for saying your parents thought you English from birth. Who compares a fraction of the English speaking elite to the majority of illiterates?. It's only you!.

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by pawesome(m): 10:51am On Sep 23, 2017
Y dem d complain..u pay good moni so ur child cn attend good sch dt re diffrnt frm odas..that is what d call diffrnt
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by GetMeRight: 10:52am On Sep 23, 2017
kidman96:


you should all be ashamed of yourselves. if that teachers spends 3 minutes on google he/she will get the answers for themselves. why give it to a child to give to its parents who may be bloody illiterates like that fool who posted on Facebook?

if you want to know why this country is so backwards all you have to do is listen to Nigerians speak and behave... if you listen to an american primary 1 child speak you will see the difference between their educational system and ours, you will know why they are far ahead of us, you will know why Nigeria is a country heading backwards instead of forward. children are meant to learn good virtue and goal getting as young as possible, there are no two ways to that. when you pay thousands to go listen to a motivational speaker speaks what do you thing they speak about? its 'goal getting' you bloody morons. they twist and turn it and make it sound like they are speaking on inspirations from above but all they talk about is setting goals and achieving them and here you have a teacher teaching a primary 1 child goal getting and good virtue which will develop their brains fast and hasting their maturity you fcking illiterates are here criticising the teacher ... this is just a Nigerian syndrome. we are very good are criticising people doing their job,people who have been trained to do their job we tell them how to do it when we have no idea the basics of it. we criticise the police,the military e even criticise foot ball managers and coaches wgen we never stepped a foot onto a football pitch...
i remember my days in the secondary school, my teacher gave us an assignment and i told my calssmate that i will tell my mom to help me with it and teach me. my classmate reported me to my class teacher and my class teacher rebuked him,telling him that it was a good thing for my parents to teach me the assignment and help me with it. why cant the stupid mother complaining on facebook teach the child GOOD VIRTUE AND GOAL GETTING? is it ever too early in life to learn these things? no. it develops a child faster in their daily lives and makes them better and more mature than their mates. lets not forget that a teacher can give yoyu an assignment he knows will be very difficult because they want you to make mistakes so they can correct them and make you learn.

And you morons here on Nairanland are quick to criticise the teacher.
You made strong arguments but why throwing insults? You lack self restraint.
And why do you think that the mother didn't help her kid do the assignment? Because she posted it on the Facebook and criticised it, right?
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by meforyou1(m): 10:55am On Sep 23, 2017
collinsebuka:



how old do you think primary 1 student are here in Nigeria
3-4years. Almost 5
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by meforyou1(m): 10:56am On Sep 23, 2017
collinsebuka:


oga go to the embassy or any company or organisation and don't speak English and say your first language is Ibo Yoruba or any other native language so you want to speak it and see if you will be attended to.
so that a Japanese or Chinese or Arab speaks English at US or U.K. Embassy makes english their first language
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Nobody: 11:02am On Sep 23, 2017
LordOfNaira:


But nepotism and bribery are not a part of our curriculum so why blame our curriculum?

Also, you seemed to be one of those who feel a curriculum should never be revised. If primary 1 pupils only did ABC years ago, should it mean that it should be the standard forever. If our curriculum finds this question too difficult for a Primary 1 pupil, then there is a problem. These words are no different from the words I find in many Lantern books recommended for primary 1 pupils.

With my level of experience in psychology, I have come to notice that kids of today do not like to be talked down at. Tell a child that "Exhibit means to show" and you may hear him/her grumble and tell you, "But I know. I am not a baby". Also, check the cartoons that are shown today and you will notice that children are being prepared to expand their vocabs.

I still don't see anything wrong with that question, though.
There's everything wrong with the question. First and foremost; what's the IQ of the average primary1 pupil?, what percentage of children in primary1 could read fluently, write and summarise passages?. The answer to this question is either none or a fraction. When I say a fraction, I'm now making reference to kids from very solid academic background that perhaps in primary one he/she is already reading fluently and writing. This question is tantamount to giving a primary one pupil an Algebraic equation to solve. Where will the child start from?. Let kids grow as kids, and at the right age teach them what they should know.

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Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by ikbnice(m): 11:04am On Sep 23, 2017
Lightwands:

Free advise.... Change your glasses.
Next time, it is advice
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by kidman96(m): 11:05am On Sep 23, 2017
agbolahangift:
American are no way better than us,,

you need to learn how to read... did i say they are better than us?
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by Nobody: 11:12am On Sep 23, 2017
Prolly set by a UNN grad lmao
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by ugooo88(m): 11:14am On Sep 23, 2017
I see nothing wrong, other than 'cetting'
I see this as an opportunity for parent-child interaction.... that's how I learnt somethings in primary school.
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by LordOfNaira: 11:20am On Sep 23, 2017
kimbraa:
There's everything wrong with the question. First and foremost; what's the IQ of the average primary1 pupil? , what percentage of children in primary1 could read fluently, write and summarise passages?. The answer to this question is either none or a fraction. When I say a fraction, I'm now making reference to kids from very solid academic background that perhaps in primary one he/she is already reading fluently and writing. This question is tantamount to giving a primary one pupil an Algebraic equation to solve. Where will the child start from?. Let kids grow as kids, and at the right age teach them what they should know.

There is something wrong with this question that I placed in bold. The average IQ for everyone is 100.

The question in the OP is not an IQ test. It is an assignment for heaven's sake.
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by DRISKLEF(m): 11:31am On Sep 23, 2017
flawlessT:
Is this one punishment ni? This is too much biko

How?
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by sharpwriter(m): 11:34am On Sep 23, 2017
Narldon:

My neighbor's son just gave me SS1 Mathematics Assignment to solve!


Please fams!!
Pray for me for I'm about to disgrace my family embarassed

Lol... you no well grin
Re: See Assignment Given To A Primary 1 Pupil by banmee(m): 11:37am On Sep 23, 2017
Evaberry:
A child in primary one is not meant to do his/her assignment alone, A parent is suppose to help and explain things better. They learn more and better this way

For those complaining that this is too much, you should help yourself by reading and looking up the USA curriculum for elementary(primary) school then you will know that this is nothing.

There is something really wrong with Nigerians, because a teacher used exhibit and virtue, the English is now considered too big for a primary 1 child, so your primary 1 child is not suppose to know the meaning of virtue or exhibit

The only problem I see here is the spelling error and not the assignment being too difficult because of the grammar used, those words are not even grammars sef

I see now why the educational system in Nigeria is completely phucked up. It is not that the system is bad. It is because you all don't know what is expected and what the standard is. What rubbish are you spewing? That nonsensical homework is out of the range of a primary 1 pupil. A primary 1 pupil should be focused on Arithmetic, and A, B, C's. Not essays. And how many primary 1 pupils do you know that have full grasp of that kind of grammar? I don't know which USA curriculum you are talking about but it is definitely not the USA i know. Na wa for una i swear.

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