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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by murphyibiam15(m): 10:44am On Dec 23, 2019
drmikeadams:


Abiriba
Abiriba is just 30 mins drive from my village in Edda
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by wristbangle: 10:44am On Dec 23, 2019
blowjohn:
Am already in my village in ibesikpo asutan local government area of akwaibom state.
Av already had soft baby coconuts with the water ofcos.
With fresh large river prawns inside fisherman soup with pounded yam.
Am going out to get palm wine and roast pig suya.
Then follow it up later with plenty fruits before I disengage the day with Afang soup with snail and goat meat.

God dey sha cry Make only one person dey enjoy this menu

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by murphyibiam15(m): 10:45am On Dec 23, 2019
AmuDimpka:



Envy as in what? Are you richer than Coscharis, Ibetoh, innoson , Arthur Eze that they would envy you

Abeg talk say you no get money to travel... We all would understand
Leave that man, a butterfly thinking itself a bird
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by FRANKOSKI(m): 10:45am On Dec 23, 2019
SINCE 2012
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by Ferdinandu(m): 10:46am On Dec 23, 2019
Newbreed2018:
For me I don't. Though a mansion is wasting there but what can man do when there are so many obligations and responsibilities one has to meet up in the city?

Secondly I just don't feel the vibe there. Too much envy and evil.

Lastly my kids are comfortable spending holidays with my parents in the city cos my parents live in the city too so what's the point of going to the village I ask?
All these people with just a couple of millions in their account are the ones that always feels that everyone is after them. Make money that even your village shrine, witches, wizards, Chief Priest will all be afraid of. In Igbo land the real rich are always there in the village leading the development of their various villages and nothing happens to them though I don't know whether you are Igbo. Only you everyone is envying.

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by Sylver247: 10:46am On Dec 23, 2019
LadySarah:
Because you don't want to.
Did you keep anything evil there thst makes ur place evil?
We dey rock am well well.My place in Abia dey hot well well during this period. grin grin

Where in Abia are you from
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by Nobody: 10:46am On Dec 23, 2019
DerickCO:
It's not bad sha.
It's not like this Lagos that is always full of humans and vehicles. And there is too much culture and festivities in that area. undecided cool



Lol, na so


But my uncle need village girl for a serious marriage... He said "at least she will be helping wash my clothes and our children own too, theyre loyal"

@Sinaj are you interest?
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by drmikeadams(m): 10:46am On Dec 23, 2019
murphyibiam15:

Abiriba is just 30 mins drive from my village in Edda
grin grin grin. Oh nice,I use to have one sweet girl from there grin
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by AmuDimpka: 10:48am On Dec 23, 2019
murphyibiam15:

Leave that man, a butterfly thinking itself a bird

You go dey see them talking say their village people na evil like say them get reach 1 million for account and they are not even the richest people in their village

Butterfly thinking they are birds
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by vivalavida(m): 10:48am On Dec 23, 2019
I doubt if this question is for the Igbos.
I even left lag ystday for xmas

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by seborrhic: 10:48am On Dec 23, 2019
akpunda86:


Then y your parents put up s wasted mansion in d village for squirrels and rats.too painful but i believe when u leave this earth u will not be buried in d city.Boy go villa.no matter how evil they are follow them with cautionm

For me im always in villa every two months.city is fun but villa is pure.im quoting u from my village.happy xmas city boy
True.
Even the thought of travelling to the village with all the sites feels one with nostalgia and joy.
My wish is to one day be able to travel to the village and then visit as many local government neighbouring towns/villages as possible during the festive season.
It's fun and educative travelling during the festive season to visit villages.

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by FrLukas(m): 10:48am On Dec 23, 2019
jakandeola:
port Harcourt finest

Does your wife know you are trying to flirt with @ sinaj here? Just asking for your wife...

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by Nobody: 10:48am On Dec 23, 2019
franchasng:
pray for breakthrough, poverty makes people see evil everywhere cheesy


You mean ?
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by AmuDimpka: 10:49am On Dec 23, 2019
alphawg:


You are too loud.

You have no idea how petty and wicked some of these village people can be.

As for coscharis and others, don't compare yourself.

Linda ikeji is a billionaire, yet she flaunted her baby bumps. No attacks!

Yet an average woman would flaunt her baby bump and the next thing we hear is a miscarriage!

Guy, this world is too big and very unfair to some people. Just leave matter for matthias!

The op may be right.

Oga you don't have anything... Are you the richest man in the village that they would envy you...


Abeg shift make I see better people wey get money for village

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by nextlevel2020: 10:49am On Dec 23, 2019
A family friend who is like brother to us in the village, gained employment in October,2002. In December, he traveled to the village to celebrate new year with his family and everyone was happy for him. In January 2003, we that were seeking employment at that time wrote application for employment and gave it to him so that he can our situations too. Guess what, when resumed to his office, he was welcomed with dismissal letter. Not too long his wife left him and he resolved to learning battery charger. Till I write, he never had second chance.

In nutshell, not everyone's lineage is villain, but there are destiny killers who are waiting patiently to strike at the edge of someone's breakthrough. May God almighty deliver us from the snare of the fowlers ijn.

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by murphyibiam15(m): 10:49am On Dec 23, 2019
drmikeadams:
grin grin grin. Oh nice,I use to have one sweet girl from there grin
And you broke her heart abi..lol
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by inspitation: 10:50am On Dec 23, 2019
blowjohn:
Am already in my village in ibesikpo asutan local government area of akwaibom state.
Av already had soft baby coconuts with the water ofcos.
With fresh large river prawns inside fisherman soup with pounded yam.
Am going out to get palm wine and roast pig suya.
Then follow it up later with plenty fruits before I disengage the day with Afang soup with snail and goat meat.

Chai this is not fair you are doing me alonger longer

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by omokoginimi: 10:50am On Dec 23, 2019
Almost a decade sha lol
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by murphyibiam15(m): 10:50am On Dec 23, 2019
vivalavida:
I doubt if this question is for the Igbos.
I even left lag ystday for xmas
Is certainly not for igbos

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by Sadeeqdikkko(m): 10:50am On Dec 23, 2019
Newbreed2018:
For me I don't. Though a mansion is wasting there but what can man do when there are so many obligations and responsibilities one has to meet up in the city?

Secondly I just don't feel the vibe there. Too much envy and evil.

Lastly my kids are comfortable spending holidays with my parents in the city cos my parents live in the city too so what's the point of going to the village I ask?
https://olist.ng/myprize?active_user=735635&active_type=cash&active_theme=prize
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by AmuDimpka: 10:51am On Dec 23, 2019
seborrhic:

True.
Even the thought of travelling to the village with all the sites feels one with nostalgia and joy.
My wish is to one day be able to travel to the village and then visit as many local government neighbouring towns/villages neighbouring villages as possible during the festive season.
It's fun and educative travelling during the festive season to visit villages


I didn't travel this year, I couldn't forgive myself for this... But let's look January

Village gives me quiet moment to strategize... Anambra Is awesome

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by drmikeadams(m): 10:51am On Dec 23, 2019
murphyibiam15:

And you broke her heart abi..lol
grin she got married >
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by midnighter(f): 10:52am On Dec 23, 2019
nextlevel2020:
A family friend who is like brother to us in the village, gained employment in October,2002. In December, he traveled to the village to celebrate new year with his family and everyone was happy for him. In January 2003, we that were seeking employment at that time wrote application for employment and gave it to him so that he can our situations too. Guess what, when resumed to his office, he was welcomed with dismissal letter. Not too long his wife left him and he resolved to learning battery charger. Till I write, he never had second chance.

In nutshell, not everyone's lineage is villain, but there are destiny killers who are waiting patiently to strike at the edge of someone's breakthrough. May God almighty deliver us from the snare of the fowlers ijn.

We're sorry for your friend but what you wrote here is simply terrible.

Did you bother to find out why he was dismissed? How do you know he even wouldnt have been sacked in November 2002 had he not travelled to the village?

I mean what are you really talking about

There are numerous examples of when village politics goes wrong but this isnt one of them. Please try to be reasonable.

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by murphyibiam15(m): 10:52am On Dec 23, 2019
nextlevel2020:
A family friend who is like brother to us in the village, gained employment in October,2002. In December, he traveled to the village to celebrate new year with his family and everyone was happy for him. In January 2003, we that were seeking employment at that time wrote application for employment and gave it to him so that he can our situations too. Guess what, when resumed to his office, he was welcomed with dismissal letter. Not too long his wife left him and he resolved to learning battery charger. Till I write, he never had second chance.

In nutshell, not everyone's lineage is villain, but there are destiny killers who are waiting patiently to strike at the edge of someone's breakthrough. May God almighty deliver us from the snare of the fowlers ijn.
Lmao..and u thought is village people? Emancipate yourself from mental slavery

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by Nobody: 10:53am On Dec 23, 2019
franchasng:
pray for breakthrough, poverty makes people see evil everywhere cheesy


Breakthrough, amen o my brother.

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by iamclime(m): 10:53am On Dec 23, 2019
blowjohn:
Am already in my village in ibesikpo asutan local government area of akwaibom state.
Av already had soft baby coconuts with the water ofcos.
With fresh large river prawns inside fisherman soup with pounded yam.
Am going out to get palm wine and roast pig suya.
Then follow it up later with plenty fruits before I disengage the day with Afang soup with snail and goat meat.
Sweet Lord Jesus! You want kill person?

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by shedy03(m): 10:53am On Dec 23, 2019
Last been to the village 7years ago. My village was once under the captivity of Boko haram. The route to my village is not really safe cos of the insurgency.
Though my parent are in the village, but my family are with me in the city.

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by AmuDimpka: 10:54am On Dec 23, 2019
Ferdinandu:

All these people with just a couple of millions in their account are the ones that always feels that everyone is after them. Make money that even your village shrine, witches, wizards, Chief Priest will all be afraid of. In Igbo land the real rich are always there in the village leading the development of their various villages and nothing happens to them though I don't know whether you are Igbo. Only you everyone is envying.


Tell am abeg
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by murphyibiam15(m): 10:54am On Dec 23, 2019
drmikeadams:
grin she got married >
Hahahahahaha....you weren't ready for her nau, so she has to settle down grin grin grin
Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by AmuDimpka: 10:54am On Dec 23, 2019
shedy03:
Last been to the village 7years ago. My village was once under the captivity of Boko haram. The route to my village is not really safe cos of the insurgency.
Though my parent are in the village, but my family are with me in the city.

Understandable

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Re: When Last Did You Travel To The Village? by murphyibiam15(m): 10:55am On Dec 23, 2019
shedy03:
Last been to the village 7years ago. My village was once under the captivity of Boko haram. The route to my village is not really safe cos of the insurgency.
Though my parent are in the village, but my family are with me in the city.
Are you from chibok?

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