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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by cynthia500(f): 4:00pm On Nov 22
“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.
I wake up every morning and think to myself, ‘how far can I push this company in the next 24 hours.
If people are doubting how far you can go, go so far that you can’t hear them anymore

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by sevo(m): 4:00pm On Nov 22
Awwnn
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by electhnd(m): 4:01pm On Nov 22
I havent done this before, I can see favour coming to someone this week if you believe,
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just a seed it's activated
some will be saying he want to eat my money
6019143658
Fidelity
david
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Pio44: 4:03pm On Nov 22
Will u keep quite, many ur manhood live on
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Wolgrace(m): 4:04pm On Nov 22
Contract level.. He dare not mock the bald head of his elders..
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Archangels2(m): 4:05pm On Nov 22
BlackfireX:
Everyone can see that even mama peace is happy in Nigeria, thanks to our Darling president , the one all Nigerians love...daddy oyoyo, 4+4 initiator, destroyer of poverty and PDP in Nigeria.


God bless President buhari

Incredible... So there are still people that support buhari in this situation we find ourselves in the country. It's truly fascinating. . Wow.
Abi the hardship never reach your side? Or yu nor dey watch news? Or you don't read the economic indices? I just can't get it. Someone please help me understand. Please

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Tafee(m): 4:07pm On Nov 22
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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by kenzysmith(m): 4:07pm On Nov 22
Can Aisha say d same word to buhari
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Jostoman: 4:10pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.
mumu comment as usual.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by BuddhaPalm(m): 4:12pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.

You seem to have forgotten the small detail of Patience becoming a gazillionaire in the process.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Adakintroy: 4:12pm On Nov 22
Like the Batman saying goes.


The hero we deserve but not the hero we need.


A pure hero indicts the conscience of many.they have to make him look bad from any angle. That way their great many sin are ignored.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Hermas03: 4:12pm On Nov 22
Chai! Dia lis God ohhhhhhhh.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by karkinase(m): 4:13pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.
You started well but ended badly

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by ClearFlair: 4:14pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.

A sane human cannot sit down to type this. Some screws are definitely loose.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by thundafire: 4:14pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.
but ur mum bought a bag of rice for 7k during GEJ tenure,but now u can't even eat well,because the government u are supporting is making life miserable for u. Can u go to the market and buy rice 7k now, absolutely u can't. They 7k can't even buy things to cook in the market sef. So shut up and give honor to whom honor deserves.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Truvel(m): 4:16pm On Nov 22
U Guys Should Stop Giving Nonsense Judgment. Do U Know What Both Of Dem Pass Tru?
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Omik1: 4:16pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.

I took time to read but got disappointed when I saw "Buhari trying to restore".... You should have just stopped at the first ladies things because all other presidents made Nigeria habitable

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Gamesmart: 4:18pm On Nov 22
"I will marry you because, without your Goodluck, I would never have been in a position to loot $30m and say it is made up of gifts that I don't know the people that gave them.

Now Dragonfly442 will like to vote me into political positions."
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by justli: 4:21pm On Nov 22
They're all part of the bigger problem we face in this country. As long as we continue to celebrate these criminals we will never get it right. Lack of Critical thinking is becoming an incurable sickness with Nigerians
How anybody holds these criminals in high esteem is seriously beyond me. These dude had 6 years to try and make a change, but he made zero, I mean, zero change.
And here we are, some people are already thinking of repackaging and reselling this failure to us.
We leave renowned and established technocrats out of election, then complain when politicians screw us...
We really need to change our way of thinking, but of course, we have a broken school system for a reason.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Gamesmart: 4:21pm On Nov 22
Davash222:
Aisha can't say this Buhari.


I can't blame her though, you can't say "I belong to the kitchen only" and expect me to shower you with such accolades.

Of course!

But you can say it when your husband is weak and dumb, so you can behave anyhow you like, no matter how embarrassingly.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Yankee101: 4:21pm On Nov 22
The question is, will he?
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by baralatie(m): 4:22pm On Nov 22
crochetspur:
What if he is poor
she married him when he was poor nah

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by isthatso: 4:22pm On Nov 22
why she no go marry am over and over again, she never in her dreams thought she would become a 1st lady and embezzle so much money.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Gamesmart: 4:23pm On Nov 22
justli:
They're all part of the bigger problem we face in this country. As long as we continue to celebrate these criminals we will never get it right. Lack of Critical thinking is becoming an incurable sickness with Nigerians
How anybody holds these criminals in high esteem is seriously beyond me. These dude had 6 years to try and make a change, but he made zero, I mean, zero change.
And here we are, some people are already thinking of repackaging and reselling this failure to us.
We leave renowned and established technocrats out of election, then complain when politicians screw us...
We really need to change our way of thinking, but of course, we have a broken school system for a reason.

Man, you head is too current and correct!

It is when you read the opinions of Nigerians on NL and twitter that you realise how dumb the people of the nation, especially the "yoots", are.

They are just DUMB!
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Gamesmart: 4:25pm On Nov 22
Brandonx:
Who wouldn't marry GEJ over and over again? Even GEJ would marry GEJ over and over again.
GEJ was a very smart man who surrounded himself with intellectuals unlike out daddy who rather brought one man with gbiri gbiri month and one woman with mouth like peg to defend them.

Only a pure idiot will say GEJ is a very smart man.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Theboss100(m): 4:27pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.
After making some sense from the beginning, u finally spoit everything thing at the end.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by jaxxy(m): 4:27pm On Nov 22
Davash222:
Aisha can't say this Buhari.


I can't blame her though, you can't say "I belong to the kitchen only" and expect me to shower you with such accolades.

Bt this woman get wahala ehn. Can be sweet bt very noisy.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Ayo2004: 4:28pm On Nov 22
Is this not the same woman that almost looted our budget
Buhari might be a better failure than Goodluck but they are both failures,in fact,all presidents,prime Ministers and head of states of Nigeria have been failures but Buhari na CEO grin

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Brandonx(m): 4:28pm On Nov 22
Gamesmart:


Only a pure idiot will say GEJ is a very smart man.
Boohoo grin cry me a river!
A zombie spotted
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by ityP(m): 4:31pm On Nov 22
ethicallyright:
In my two decades of living in this world as a Nigerian, I have known only four Nigerian First ladies.


Late Stella Obasanjo was a pretty face and a very beautiful woman physically. I don't know much about her contribution to government but I remember my mum loved her (of course pretty women admire each other). Towards the end of 2005 , 5 years old me watched her funeral service on TV and looked at my mum cry. Her funeral and "Joy Joy Joy" music video by Destined Kids are the only TV scenes I can recall from that year. I think Stella failed as a first lady and feminist to teach young women to be comfortable in their skins and not alter their bodies to keep a womanizer attached. She's my second best first lady.


Turai Yaradua was first lady around the time I just started secondary school. I remember things like the 7-point agenda of her husband who was short-lived (Good people leave fast). Turai was a power broker, a one-woman cabal and later married her academically sound daughters with huge industrial potentials as 3rd and 4th wives to men older than the Late Yaradua. Not a good role model to young African girls at an epoch in human civilization where girls are breaking records in various industries. She ranks 4th and last according to my judgement.


Aisha Buhari is a very pretty woman, one of the prettiest first ladies in the world without cosmetic enhancements. However, her points dropped as she is also the only first lady who engaged in brutal physical fights and destruction of properties at the government house. It is unethical for the wife of the president to be caught fighting , throwing harmful objects and breaking house appliances on camera. She is not a good role model for young women and young marriages in a period where humanity is United in the fight against domestic violence. She ranks third based on my assessment.



Dame Patience Jonathan ranks first and is on top because she continued her job as a permanent secretary despite her husband's affluence which makes her an inspiration to young women and families where both wife and husband must be breadwinners. She was real, was confident in her physicality and sympathized with victims of humanitarian crises. Her famous "THERE IS GOD O" exclamation is gold and reminds listeners of what a mother should be and what a mother's love is.

Sad thing is that she married a clueless man who neglected his own people. Kudos to President Buhari for working hard to restore NIGERIA's place in the league of Sane climes.


I find the unbolded part very funny

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Punakapunaka: 4:31pm On Nov 22
And you go be FIRST LADY OVER AND OVER AGAIN grin grin grin

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by ityP(m): 4:33pm On Nov 22
Theboss100:
After making some sense from the beginning, u finally spoit everything thing at the end.


Aswear guy. Abi the guy no dey naija. Even Buhari addict for Twitter, Waspapping_ for Twitter called Buhari the biggest disappointment of our time, but that dude there dey hail am. Funny human being he is

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