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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by jamace(m): 1:15pm On May 04
Fact.

Africans have spiritual powers which most of the time they are used negatively to destroy progress - negative spirituality.

Witches and wizards...
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Faller: 1:15pm On May 04
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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by sureway1(m): 1:15pm On May 04
just try your luck first.. we will be here to hear the result/
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Amarita(f): 1:16pm On May 04
Village people are real...just have to be careful...
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Shukushaka: 1:16pm On May 04
It's real. If you want to do spiritual work all kinds. Eg works against witches, ancestral stuffs,slow progress,awele even soap. Notify me.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Bahrain: 1:16pm On May 04
You're a great orator
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by HEAVEN4444: 1:17pm On May 04
its all the scam that he scammed people at alaba, selling fufu as iphone etc that caught up with him. karma. no rest for the wicked

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by BruncleZuma: 1:17pm On May 04
Village people no dey exist...
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Bryan88(m): 1:18pm On May 04
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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by MinistryOfBandi: 1:20pm On May 04
Nwanne if you have the money to do good for your people, do it and stop believing rubbish stories. If you can believe this line of story, why can't you also believe that "O ji ofo ga-ala" ? Meaning, he whose hands are clean will go freely.
I need more money so that I can do a lot of things for my village people not minding who wants to do bad because they won't get me.

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by IANAGI(m): 1:21pm On May 04
with all your beliefs. just know dat life is spiritual and evil and wicked people will stop at nothing to keep perpetrating evil.

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by riczy(m): 1:21pm On May 04
Who we go ask nau? For real though!
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by wisestman(m): 1:23pm On May 04
angry
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Frales6(f): 1:25pm On May 04
It's a fact...na the village people go make you make bad decisions that will crumble your business and that time you no go gree hear advice until you fall finish

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Nostradamus: 1:25pm On May 04
SQLmastar:
Okoro was a successful businessman with strings of shops all over Alaba market. He has houses and cars to his name.
He decides to visit his hometown and in doing so, offers monetary and kind gifts to some of his kinsmen, according to his magnanimity. Few months afterwards, his business begins to crumble and he is finally reduced to a pauper...after selling all his properties ofcourse. undecided
You may have seen the above story played several times in our nollywood movies but I want to ask; are they real? Do these "village People" have the power to take away our sources of joy? If yes, who gave them these powers and why can't these powers be wielded to turn their own lives to good fortunes.

The reason for my post is this: I'm about to visit my hometown and would likely throw a party and render help to some of my folks because I haven't been home for some years now. But my girlfriend strongly opposes this. She says African villages are full of evil people.
I don't agree with her. I'm a scientist and I believe people who crumble in their businesses may have made bad decisions and this has nothing to do with village people. My father always told me to focus and work hard. They are the keys to success. He doesn't even believe in all these spiritualisms flying around. And he has also been living in the village most of his life!
Furthermore, take a look at the Westerners world. They don't believe in village People. Maybe that's why they are able to make economic advancements.

What's your take? Fellow Nairalandis.
the fear of kidnappers is the beginning of wisdom in this present day naija.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by jamace(m): 1:26pm On May 04
Akwamkpuruamu:
Very big myth! A lazy man's consolation price. Ask yourself, men like Tony Elumelu, Dangote, Otedola, Innoson etc, dem no get village people Why are they still progressing
Hope you are neither a christian nor a muslim or even a traditionalist, because if you belong to any of them then you believe in spirituality and "village people" are spiritual beings personified.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Qatar2022: 1:28pm On May 04
SQLmastar:
Okoro was a successful businessman with strings of shops all over Alaba market. He has houses and cars to his name.
He decides to visit his hometown and in doing so, offers monetary and kind gifts to some of his kinsmen, according to his magnanimity. Few months afterwards, his business begins to crumble and he is finally reduced to a pauper...after selling all his properties ofcourse. undecided
You may have seen the above story played several times in our nollywood movies but I want to ask; are they real? Do these "village People" have the power to take away our sources of joy? If yes, who gave them these powers and why can't these powers be wielded to turn their own lives to good fortunes.

The reason for my post is this: I'm about to visit my hometown and would likely throw a party and render help to some of my folks because I haven't been home for some years now. But my girlfriend strongly opposes this. She says African villages are full of evil people.
I don't agree with her. I'm a scientist and I believe people who crumble in their businesses may have made bad decisions and this has nothing to do with village people. My father always told me to focus and work hard. They are the keys to success. He doesn't even believe in all these spiritualisms flying around. And he has also been living in the village most of his life!
Furthermore, take a look at the Western world. They don't believe in village People. Maybe that's why they are able to make economic advancements.

What's your take? Fellow Nairalandis.
Go first and come back before you will confirm if it's true or not because what you read here you won't believe so go and see for yourself
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by CodeTemplar: 1:29pm On May 04
SQLmastar:
Okoro was a successful businessman with strings of shops all over Alaba market. He has houses and cars to his name.
He decides to visit his hometown and in doing so, offers monetary and kind gifts to some of his kinsmen, according to his magnanimity. Few months afterwards, his business begins to crumble and he is finally reduced to a pauper...after selling all his properties ofcourse. undecided
You may have seen the above story played several times in our nollywood movies but I want to ask; are they real? Do these "village People" have the power to take away our sources of joy? If yes, who gave them these powers and why can't these powers be wielded to turn their own lives to good fortunes.

The reason for my post is this: I'm about to visit my hometown and would likely throw a party and render help to some of my folks because I haven't been home for some years now. But my girlfriend strongly opposes this. She says African villages are full of evil people.
I don't agree with her. I'm a scientist and I believe people who crumble in their businesses may have made bad decisions and this has nothing to do with village people. My father always told me to focus and work hard. They are the keys to success. He doesn't even believe in all these spiritualisms flying around. And he has also been living in the village most of his life!
Furthermore, take a look at the Western world. They don't believe in village People. Maybe that's why they are able to make economic advancements.

What's your take? Fellow Nairalandis.
Before you do good for perceived family members consider Bros J. who said a man's greatest enemy are his own household in Mathews 10:36.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by akanbiaa(m): 1:31pm On May 04
Akwamkpuruamu:
Very big myth! A lazy man's consolation price. Ask yourself, men like Tony Elumelu, Dangote, Otedola, Innoson etc, dem no get village people Why are they still progressing
Because they have conquered and overcame their village people with excess generosity and kindness mostly not in cash but opportunities ,job slots, scholarships , water sources etc.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Vinnie2000(m): 1:32pm On May 04
@OP, The term has been overused in recent times..

But Really, This is Africa, d Dark Continent as Europeans called us in d Past!!

Wen Britain, France and some European countries Banned Witchcraft and Burned alive Witches/Wizards in d 16/17th Century, We left ours to grow n incorporated dem into our African traditional religion!!..

So, Witchcraft or 'Village people' is real in Africa!!
A remember a case of Gabriel Agbonlahor of Aston Villa who got a Call up to play for D England National Team!!
On d early morning of dat Saturday, he suddenly got injured!! Someone said 'Bini Witch don strike!!'..

So diz things can actually happen!!

HOWEVER, I PERSONALLY BELIEVE DAT IF U DON'T THINK OF WITCHES AND SPIRITUAL ISSUES TOO MUCH, WITCHES POWER CANNOT DO ANYTHING!!

DATS Y I AVOID CHURCHES DAT TELLS U TO SOW SEEDS OR BUY ANOINTING OIL AGAINST JOBLESSNESS, WITCHES ON UR FATHERS SIDES, BAD DREAMS,ETC..IT MAKES YOU TO BE 'WITCHCRAFT CONCIOUS'..

JUST GO ABOUT UR BUSINESS, PRAY TO GOD ALWAYS AND BE EFFICIENT IN UR SERVICES!!..
U WILL EXCEL!!

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Tonyspecial(m): 1:34pm On May 04
SQLmastar:
Okoro was a successful businessman with strings of shops all over Alaba market. He has houses and cars to his name.
He decides to visit his hometown and in doing so, offers monetary and kind gifts to some of his kinsmen, according to his magnanimity. Few months afterwards, his business begins to crumble and he is finally reduced to a pauper...after selling all his properties ofcourse. undecided
You may have seen the above story played several times in our nollywood movies but I want to ask; are they real? Do these "village People" have the power to take away our sources of joy? If yes, who gave them these powers and why can't these powers be wielded to turn their own lives to good fortunes.

The reason for my post is this: I'm about to visit my hometown and would likely throw a party and render help to some of my folks because I haven't been home for some years now. But my girlfriend strongly opposes this. She says African villages are full of evil people.
I don't agree with her. I'm a scientist and I believe people who crumble in their businesses may have made bad decisions and this has nothing to do with village people. My father always told me to focus and work hard. They are the keys to success. He doesn't even believe in all these spiritualisms flying around. And he has also been living in the village most of his life!
Furthermore, take a look at the Western world. They don't believe in village People. Maybe that's why they are able to make economic advancements.

What's your take? Fellow Nairalandis.
ur boy need help oo' 0027507783 access bank pls

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Nostradamus: 1:35pm On May 04
dear o.p,you should be scared of the thieves/kidnappers in your village rather than a fictitious "village people" some poorly scripted nollywood flicks unleash on us.

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Akwamkpuruamu: 1:36pm On May 04
akanbiaa:
Because they have conquered and overcame their village people with excess generosity and kindness mostly not in cash but opportunities ,job slots, scholarships , water sources etc.

So all the rich people in the communities conquered village people?
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Ayt27(m): 1:36pm On May 04
design107:
grin grin

A wise man once said:
During the day I do not believe in ghosts but when Night comes, I am a bit more open minded.

That same wiseman also said man also said I'm not superstitious but I am a little bit stitious.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Jaydot01: 1:38pm On May 04
design107:
grin grin

A wise man once said:
During the day I do not believe in ghosts but when Night comes, I am a bit more open minded.
lol grin grin

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Ikukuudo: 1:38pm On May 04
I have come to believe that this life is spiritual.
What we don't know is bigger than us. But as a Christian, I believe that what I know is bigger than what I don't know. And that what I have is greater than what they have.

There are powers in this world. When I say power I mean dark powers.
Am from Anambra state and I see lots of shit almost everyday. Once you don't challenge them they won't harm you. To survive in the village you have to be SPIRITUALLY STRONG. YOU HAVE TO STAY LOW, no too show yourself.
No much talk. But believe what people say so that you won't learn by experience.
�Ikukuudo� is a man of peace. I mean no harm to anybody or any spirit.
Like this like this I stay village finish during lockdown nothing happen. But I give God the thanks for his grace and sustainability.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by akanbiaa(m): 1:39pm On May 04
Akwamkpuruamu:


So all the rich people in the communities conquered village people?
Only the ones he specifically mentioned that have been wealthy for so long yet no bad luck of loosing their wealth to become poor ever affected them till date.
Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by oblolu4u: 1:42pm On May 04
Psalms 74:20 Have respect unto the covenant: for the dark places of the earth are full of the habitations of cruelty.

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Re: "Village People" Fact Or Myth? by Bryan88(m): 1:42pm On May 04
Akwamkpuruamu:


Make una stop all these Nollywood scripts abeg. Who do Africa this thing
u never experience dem b4 so gat notin to argue with u.

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