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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Nobody: 4:34pm 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're a juvenile but brain-damaged already

So sad

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by BTCog: 4:37pm 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.
The best First Lady I met is Maryam Babangida. Her "better life for rural women" still speaks till date. Her exploits have Nigeria a great recognition in Belgian women international conference

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by sharone21(f): 4:38pm On Nov 22
How 2 Scorpios take dey live? Say one na positive and the other negative? They try wella.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Sleekfingers: 4:38pm On Nov 22
How you no go wan marry am over and over again......when he is a high grade mumu....person wey u dey control anyhow......

The mumu that got to the be the president of nigeria on a platter of Gold.....but tossed it away with his mumuhish ......nothing no show for it.....even in his backward region(south south)
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by abimic(m): 4:43pm On Nov 22
So lovely, Marriage is sweet when two partners understand and value each other. At this old age, she still says this, so beautiful!!!! In life, always strife to be the best......
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Soarr(m): 4:44pm 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.
should incase in the future you see a post and decide to quote me, prostrate for where you dey, say sorry grandpa for quoting you then make your point know.. You hear me so?

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by naijadrivablog: 4:45pm On Nov 22
cheesy
If this post no reach 7pages eh.

I know the daughter of whom Patience would have married. The man is from Rivers State.
She saw a man with potential in Goodluck I guess.

That woman tear eye.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by DonTattaglia: 4:52pm 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.

Small pikin, what point are u trying to make here with all these your immatured chat..

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Olatlaccon(m): 4:53pm 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.
kaa da fun o

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by NaijaRoyalty(m): 4:56pm On Nov 22
May God almighty continue to bless you marriage Ma.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Ghostmode2two(m): 4:58pm On Nov 22
So cool to hear once again from our ex First Lady. I truly missed her lines that made us all to laugh. Only You Waka Come Principal!
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Kingrefreshed: 5:01pm On Nov 22
Sunnycliff:




As long as they are happy, it's your tears overflowing

Which people are happy together?
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Seyzcham91(m): 5:04pm On Nov 22
i wonder oo
Sunnycliff:


How can Aisha say that to a doppelganger
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by RPG2020(m): 5:24pm On Nov 22
baralatie:

she married him when he was poor nah
2cribz:
If he was still a lecturer and you plantain seller,would you repeat those words or na 4 better life

Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by saintneo(m): 5:32pm 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.

[b]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. [/b]

You just concluded your article in a bad way. Being just 20, I don't think you've got enough experience to judge the behaviour/character of President Goodluck. Also, may I ask what you mean by Sane Climes? By the time you run your family you will like to delete this.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Nigra(f): 5:51pm On Nov 22
He was once poor and she stuck by him...sometimes it's not about money,but if the man appreciates the woman. smiley

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by mcbliss2: 6:10pm 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.

Ya 20 yrs old according to stats u put up here and you are PLAYING with FUTURE? 30k really worth trading your SOUL?

BMC
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by sinaj(f): 6:20pm On Nov 22
TriCee:
Before nko, who you marry all over, if not him. He is a rich and good man, so you no get options.
incase you dont know, she was with him when he was broke as fvck. She also sponsored his education too with money from her bole business.

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Chii59(f): 6:24pm 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 were making sense till....

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Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by LordOfTheGame: 6:26pm 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.


Your analysis, I believe is personal is a beautiful one but the last part destroyed everything. Sorry bro/sister, buhari is a national disaster and calamity that should've been avoided. He is a national disgrace before sane minds and international community. As for GEJ, he's a gentle man, a good father, a genuine and most importantly, a perfect leader and the type Nigeria is not ripe to have. GEJ's gov't and administration was a golden opportunity missed and abused by Nigerians which may not come in the nearest future.

Happy birthday to President Jonathan.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by toprealman: 6:27pm On Nov 22
This woman was dumping it back to back then......"my fellow widows...."
Her charisma is out of this world.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by gmaribel(m): 6:27pm 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.

You nearly made me spill my beer. grin
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by Dollanaira: 6:27pm On Nov 22
Oh
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by BlackfireX: 6:32pm On Nov 22
Archangels2:


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


Ipob +/amotekun miscreant spotted
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by WrittyWritter(f): 6:34pm On Nov 22
He made u first lady y not..though u also helped him when he had nothing..I really miss dis woman..she was one of d best first lady to me...I really admired her confidence..she didn't care dat she didn't know how to speak proper english..she usually says want she wants to say....plus she made us laugh a lot grin..unlike d current one sad
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by chozzy: 6:50pm On Nov 22
Aww ... lovely
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by gift2xl: 6:55pm On Nov 22
C better love.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by mechanics(m): 6:55pm On Nov 22
That's how it ought to be, were couples live together and celebrate together, I wish him long life and prosperity, good health, may he age with grace.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by JobMagnetNg(m): 7:15pm On Nov 22
Lovely �

Need a loan?
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by God1stson(m): 7:25pm 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.

U tried but ur conclusion is flawed. A man under whose watch Nigeria became largest economy in Africa, A man that upholds law and order. A man that initiated various agric program that made Nigeria closing in on self sufficient in rice production thru Adesina. A man that assembled crop of smart cabinet members etc. His failing was his weakness in fighting corruption cos he believes in strengthening institutions to fight corruption (TSA). APC has not done anything in fighting infact, corruption is on d rampage now. So if u say a man that has got this level of achievement is clueless, then ur lack discernment.
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by iwuchukwutony(m): 7:34pm On Nov 22
Spit those words out and pray for change. No condition is permanent.
2cribz:
If he was still a lecturer and you plantain seller,would you repeat those words or na 4 better life
Re: 'I Will Marry You Over And Over' - Patience Jonathan To Goodluck Jonathan by ZIINI: 7:35pm On Nov 22
Davash222:
Aisha can't say this to 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.
Davash wassup with that babe on your profile grin

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