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Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Ivyfisayo: 5:06pm On Mar 12
CanadaOrBust:


Well I was told there is money everywhere and you have white women chasing u all over the place

This person was obviously just chasing clout grin[color=#550000][/color]

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Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 6:00pm On Mar 12
Ivyfisayo:


This person was obviously just chasing clout grin[color=#550000][/color]


Real clout cheesy
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 6:02pm On Mar 12
Humbleidiottt:
Sha sorry for replying so late I just saw this! Sha if anyone wants to be friends ummm this is my number 647-913-6145. So if y'all want to be friends please text and let's talk! ><


That's the spirit *thumbs up*
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Humbleidiottt: 11:44pm On Mar 12
IOMIOM:



That's the spirit *thumbs up*

Thank you! smiley You seem like a very nice person, it's nice to meet you!
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Humbleidiottt: 11:47pm On Mar 12
etrange:


Lmao!!!

This got me rolling on the floor!!!

These guys at home don't know what's up.

I'm in Toronto. Am I allowed to be here? Or is it only for those in Calgary?

Hey Estrange I'm in Toronto too! It's nice to meet you! How old are you?(Just wondering if we're around the same age, I mean no disrespect)
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Humbleidiottt: 11:53pm On Mar 12
Torkwase1:


Yeah, I'm in Toronto.

Guy Torkwaze I'm in Toronto too! >< >< Mehn it's hard to find friends here as a student, by any chance do you go to University in Toronto??
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Torkwase1(f): 1:52pm On Mar 14
Humbleidiottt:


Guy Torkwaze I'm in Toronto too! >< >< Mehn it's hard to find friends here as a student, by any chance do you go to University in Toronto??

Hi, no I'm not in U of T. Do they have a Nigerian/ Africa students Association? If you don't mind such meetings, that's often a good place to network and make friends.
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 4:46am On Mar 16
Hello Guys,

How're we holding up with CoVID-19. Many developments have occurred just this weekend. In Calgary, schools (daycares, elementary and high schools) have been closed till April. I wonder how parents will cope at this time especially those that are still going to work.

Just like we've read and heard, please be safe. Keep your distance from people, only go out if you have to, otherwise stay put at home the virus is really spreading like wildfire and only us can help in preventing it.

Wash your hands as many times as you can
Avoid touching your face, even if it may be so difficult at times
Avoid touching surfaces like rails, door handles etc and if possible use your elbows instead....

That being said, the store shelves are surprisingly empty presumably due to panic buying. I understand people buying food products, antibacterial and stuff but what I don't get is the unavailability of toilet papers.
I don't understand the correlation with this ongoing pandemic. Is it to protect people or what? I still don't get it and would appreciate some enlightenment.

God protect us all and don't forget to also protect yourselves.


Peace and Love grin

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Re: Naija Singles In Canada by seakomol: 5:29am On Mar 16
Thanks for checking in o! For some reason, I think the level of scare is higher than the reality of what's on ground. I don't take my health or health issues for granted but i think the fear and panic is uncalled for. Guys let knowledge lead our action, read up on available information when you can and follow the advise given by health officials but don't live your life out of fear.

meanwhile, my employer should tell us to stay at home na!
IOMIOM:
Hello Guys,

How're we holding up with CoVID-19. Many developments have occurred just this weekend. In Calgary, schools (daycares, elementary and high schools) have been closed till April. I wonder how parents will cope at this time especially those that are still going to work.

Just like we've read and heard, please be safe. Keep your distance from people, only go out if you have to, otherwise stay put at home the virus is really spreading like wildfire and only us can help in preventing it.

Wash your hands as many times as you can
Avoid touching your face, even if it may be so difficult at times
Avoid touching surfaces like rails, door handles etc and if possible use your elbows instead....

That being said, the store shelves are surprisingly empty presumably due to panic buying. I understand people buying food products, antibacterial and stuff but what I don't get is the unavailability of toilet papers.
I don't understand the correlation with this ongoing pandemic. Is it to protect people or what? I still don't get it and would appreciate some enlightenment.

God protect us all and don't forget to also protect yourselves.


Peace and Love grin
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 9:22am On Mar 16
seakomol:
Thanks for checking in o! For some reason, I think the level of scare is higher than the reality of what's on ground. I don't think my health or health issues for granted but i think the fear and panic is uncalled for. Guys let's knowledge lead our action. read up on available information when you can and follow the advise given by health officials but don't live your life out of fear.

meanwhile, my employer should tell us to stay at home na!


You're welcome dear. Yes, the panic is worse than the disease itself but I can't fault people from getting scared. Just like me, a lot of people don't want to fall sick takeless of getting infected with a virus that has no cure and is killing people. May God help us o.

Anyways, about employer, I'm sure there are some jobs that can't be done from home. Let's wait and see how this week will unfold.
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by tintedniggz(m): 1:49am On Mar 19
I envy those working from home currently lol. I hope we all continue to stay safe smiley
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 4:14pm On Mar 19
tintedniggz:
I envy those working from home currently lol. I hope we all continue to stay safe smiley

Yes those working from home are lucky. Unfortunately, not all jobs can be done from home. We'll continue to maintain necessary precautions and stay safe.

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Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Humbleidiottt: 11:33pm On Mar 19
Torkwase1:


Hi, no I'm not in U of T. Do they have a Nigerian/ Africa students Association? If you don't mind such meetings, that's often a good place to network and make friends.

Oh okay no P, I guess you're a working adult then. We do but honestly the drama in the NSA associations at York and UofT is just too much so undecided , PLUS this quarantine we're all facing is preventing somebody from leaving their house so I dunno what to do lool
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Humbleidiottt: 11:34pm On Mar 19
IOMIOM:
Hello Guys,

How're we holding up with CoVID-19. Many developments have occurred just this weekend. In Calgary, schools (daycares, elementary and high schools) have been closed till April. I wonder how parents will cope at this time especially those that are still going to work.

Just like we've read and heard, please be safe. Keep your distance from people, only go out if you have to, otherwise stay put at home the virus is really spreading like wildfire and only us can help in preventing it.

Wash your hands as many times as you can
Avoid touching your face, even if it may be so difficult at times
Avoid touching surfaces like rails, door handles etc and if possible use your elbows instead....

That being said, the store shelves are surprisingly empty presumably due to panic buying. I understand people buying food products, antibacterial and stuff but what I don't get is the unavailability of toilet papers.
I don't understand the correlation with this ongoing pandemic. Is it to protect people or what? I still don't get it and would appreciate some enlightenment.

God protect us all and don't forget to also protect yourselves.


Peace and Love grin

Awwwww IOMIOM thank you Oooooo for your kind messages, we're grateful. smiley
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Searching01: 1:27am On Mar 20
IOMIOM:
Hello Naija Canadians,

So I've been in Canada for about a year, Calgary to be precise. It's really a beautiful place with its own challenges for new immigrants like me.
I understand this place can be fast paced, trying to settle in can be quite a struggle. Now that you're settled, you just realize that the time spent is hovered around work with little time to mingle or hang out.

That's the reason for this Thread grin grin

To enhance connections with fellow other single Nigerians .

If you're married, this is the wrong thread for you...go meet your spouse angry undecided undecided, if you're engaged, same goes for you too.

This is for purely single men and women who are willing to connect with one another and possibly start meaningful relationships.
Please don't be too reserved to utilize this platform...


You never can tell your FUTURE PARTNER, FUTURE COWORKER, FUTURE PADDY might be in this group wink wink cheesy

Come on Leggo�‍♀️�‍♂️�‍♂️�‍♀️�‍♀️�‍♂️




Hey there, I'm based out in Calgary too and looking to meet young people. I'm newly married though, is being married a disease? Anyways, I'm tired of the family WhatsApp groups and having just older people around...just interested in meeting young people who I can roll with and all. I miss having a clique like I had back in Naija.

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Re: Naija Singles In Canada by tintedniggz(m): 3:31am On Mar 20
IOMIOM:


Yes those working from home are lucky. Unfortunately, not all jobs can be done from home. We'll continue to maintain necessary precautions and stay safe.
Maintaining the necessary precautions can't be overemphasized but I hope it doesn't get worse pass the present situation.
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by tintedniggz(m): 3:35am On Mar 20
Searching01:



Hey there, I'm based out in Calgary too and looking to meet young people. I'm newly married though, is being married a disease? Anyways, I'm tired of the family WhatsApp groups and having just older people around...just interested in meeting young people who I can roll with and all. I miss having a clique like I had back in Naija.
Laughing out loud @family WhatsApp group. Don't we all miss our cliques back in Naija sad . Congrats on your marriage, how are you finding it? grin
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Searching01: 6:35am On Mar 20
tintedniggz:

Laughing out loud @family WhatsApp group. Don't we all miss our cliques back in Naija sad . Congrats on your marriage, how are you finding it? grin

Yes na, them old boring people always edgy and lacking even the tiniest drop of humor and sarcasm. Chai, you play too much in those groups and they almost drag you to church for deliverance grin

Marriage is good, really...can't imagine being single and not having that unwavering support-base in this society, bro grin Thanks for the congratulations. smiley

Na Calgary you dey?
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by tintedniggz(m): 8:07pm On Mar 20
Searching01:


Yes na, them old boring people always edgy and lacking even the tiniest drop of humor and sarcasm. Chai, you play too much in those groups and they almost drag you to church for deliverance grin

Marriage is good, really...can't imagine being single and not having that unwavering support-base in this society, bro grin Thanks for the congratulations. smiley

Na Calgary you dey?

You are spot on with the description of the oldies concerning humor lol. They are yet to fully grasp the sarcasm language cheesy

Nah you won dey make we boyz dey jealous unto this marriage thingy cheesy cheesy
Nah Ontario life carry me put oh.

I hope you are isolating yourself grin

Re: Naija Singles In Canada by tintedniggz(m): 8:08pm On Mar 20
Searching01:


Yes na, them old boring people always edgy and lacking even the tiniest drop of humor and sarcasm. Chai, you play too much in those groups and they almost drag you to church for deliverance grin

Marriage is good, really...can't imagine being single and not having that unwavering support-base in this society, bro grin Thanks for the congratulations. smiley

Na Calgary you dey?


You are spot on with the description of the oldies concerning humor lol. They are yet to fully grasp the sarcasm language 

Nah you won dey make we boyz dey jealous unto this marriage thingy  
Nah Ontario life carry me put oh.

I hope you are isolating yourself
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Searching01: 11:17pm On Mar 20
tintedniggz:


You are spot on with the description of the oldies concerning humor lol. They are yet to fully grasp the sarcasm language 

Nah you won dey make we boyz dey jealous unto this marriage thingy  
Nah Ontario life carry me put oh.

I hope you are isolating yourself 

Lol...no vex. Stay single tongue

I dey play come Ontario after this virus wahala. We fit hook up. Isolation ke, work still dey na. And school that I was happy was closed has been fully moved online. Life as usual!
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 12:12pm On Mar 22
Humbleidiottt:


Awwwww IOMIOM thank you Oooooo for your kind messages, we're grateful. smiley


You're welcome smiley
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 12:17pm On Mar 22
tintedniggz:

Maintaining the necessary precautions can't be overemphasized but I hope it doesn't get worse pass the present situation.

I hope it doesn't get worse too but in reality it's really bad at the moment. I'm sure it will pass just like the way Ebola disappeared quickly. Right now I'm more worried about the new cases found in Nigeria. It's really going to affect lots of businesses and the economy as a whole and unlike Canada, the government won't cater for the people. Let's just pray for a cure to be discovered quickly. May God help us all
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Tlope: 7:49pm On Mar 22
Hello people,

I will be moving to Calgary with my family in May (covid-19 beware) and I need all the support I can get from all my seniors. Me, I don't mind joining the family whatsapp groups oooo, biko, I just need help to settle in. I have plenty questions ranging from shopping list to best choice of school for the kids.

If you are already in Calgary, please contact me on my email : lope.debby@gmail.com.
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Humbleidiottt: 11:07pm On Mar 22
Chai how I wish there were people my age in this groupchat >< >< sha if anyone in University comes around here biko let's link up Oooooo!!!
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by cutefy: 12:17am On Mar 23
I've been looking for a thread like this for a while now. Anyways, let's keep the thread lively...






The journey of a million miles starts with a step...

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Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Ivyfisayo: 2:42am On Mar 23
[quote author=Searching01 post=87595751]


Bro, this your username dey deceptive sha. "Searching" angry
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Searching01: 2:50am On Mar 23
[quote author=Ivyfisayo post=87681739][/quote]

Ahan, what makes you think I have stopped searching?���
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by IOMIOM(f): 2:38am On Mar 24
Searching01:


Ahan, what makes you think I have stopped searching?���

Make I no talk anything lipsrsealed
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by Fusion23: 3:07pm On Mar 24
Searching01:



Hey there, I'm based out in Calgary too and looking to meet young people. I'm newly married though, is being married a disease? Anyways, I'm tired of the family WhatsApp groups and having just older people around...just interested in meeting young people who I can roll with and all. I miss having a clique like I had back in Naija.

How long have u been in Calgary, Calgary peeps are very lively thou..i live in Edmonton but have been to Calgary and did hang out with the Calgary folks at banff..am sure there what app group is already filled up,, but be on the look out lots of cool naija peeps in calgary
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by tintedniggz(m): 8:07pm On Mar 24
Searching01:


Lol...no vex. Stay single tongue

I dey play come Ontario after this virus wahala. We fit hook up. Isolation ke, work still dey na. And school that I was happy was closed has been fully moved online. Life as usual!
Bros!
Holla me whenever you are around Toronto axis.
Regards to your wife and stay safe.
Re: Naija Singles In Canada by tintedniggz(m): 8:11pm On Mar 24
IOMIOM:


I hope it doesn't get worse too but in reality it's really bad at the moment. I'm sure it will pass just like the way Ebola disappeared quickly. Right now I'm more worried about the new cases found in Nigeria. It's really going to affect lots of businesses and the economy as a whole and unlike Canada, the government won't cater for the people. Let's just pray for a cure to be discovered quickly. May God help us all
I think it's gonna affect the economy worldwide but I hope and pray it doesn't take long for normalcy to return

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