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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 7:23pm On May 30
TAO11:
First of all your so-called pErSoNaLiTy was not attacked.

Rather your fraudulent person was EXPOSED. You are simply being exposed for the fraud you that you are.

Having said that, you falsely accused that I denied the interchangeability of “Q” and “K” in Hebrew.

See the highlight of the first screenshot below for your actual statement of this false accusation.

However, you were repeatedly challenged after many call-outs to provide where I made such denial about the Hebrew language.

Despite knowing that you lied, you foolishly went on to present the screenshot which clearly exposes you as a pathological liar.

The highlight of the second screenshot shows my actual words and how it was about the non-interchangeability of “Q” and “K” in Arabic language.

Your time is up Mr Olu the fraud & disgrace.

Cc: rhektor

Man can't even see his own error in the kèrè that he foolishly posted, the word kèrè has no meaning in Yorùbá language unless he's coining a new word from his numerous illusory new Yorùbá dialects of republique du Benin. Olu317, I won't stop calling you out until you apologize to everyone on nairaland for your frauds

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 7:26pm On May 30
Olu317:
You're already inconsiquential. Squad of set of lair liars grin

Post the ijebu dialect in the proverb I posted angry grin. Yoruba diacritics experts cheesy grin . Help your drowning brother find rá da rà da in your dictionary. Thread derailer. Anywhere she goats appears, smell follows up. grin cheesy.
Àbí orí ń ṣe bobo yí ni? I have have asked you for how long now that you should point out where I have attributed your nonsense to Ìjẹ̀bú dialect but you kept dodging it like a plague. Oh! You felt I'll leave you off the hook if you continue the lie? No way! I won't, in fact I will continue to call you out for the fraud that you are. grin grin grin

O ti rugi oyin

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 7:32pm On May 30
Olu317:
You're already inconsiquential. Squad of set of lair liars grin

Post the ijebu dialect in the proverb I posted angry grin. Yoruba diacritics experts cheesy grin . Help your drowning brother find rá da rà da in your dictionary. Thread derailer. Anywhere she goats appears, smell follows up. grin cheesy.

Olu317 òpùrọ́ ni ẹ́

A notorious liar, there is no hiding place for you anymore on this platform, until you have apologized for lying to the public via nairaland. You think that the anonymity enjoyed on faceless platform will safe you? You are a liar and have nowhere to hide on this platform.

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 7:40pm On May 30
Olu317:
If I lied, post and stop peddlng lies. Please post it.Or are you still looking for it ? Please search on till you find it. grin Ijebu ko Ijesha ni.
I have responded to this comment of yours with a screenshot and my response is over 24 hours ago but this mumu never reply since then. Olu317 Mr Pinocchio of nairaland. The maker of Benin Republic Yorùbá who mixes words to push an agenda whenever there's no word to lie about he'll coin out a new word with irregular diacritics cheesy
Ọ̀gbẹ́ni, no dey disguise here, go back to your sponsors and tell them that you've casted. Shey you get? As in o ti cast grin grin grin

Cc TAO11

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 7:40pm On May 30
TAO11:
Your career of fraud is sinking right before your own eyes. Your tantrums are therefore not unexpected.

Your accusation was that I claimed that the Hebrew “Q” and the Hebrew “K” are not interchangeable.

Yet you foolishly proceeded to put up a screenshot of my comment showing something completely different.
I mentioned Qaf and Quof; Quran and Koran. And I digressed to the root word ,according ancient Hebrew toexplain the ancient Hebrew transliteration, also which use "Q" aswell.

After all, the ancient Hebrew's language documented in the Torah, is older than quran which was documented 500+ years after Yeshua(Jesus) existence grin cheesy . The bibical account mentioned the earlier Coptic christian to be of ancient Hebrew and some followers. Go find about Mark!

On this platform, it is Yoruba history or more of Yoruba deities but your ignorance of 40,000 years of fossil man in Niger valley in Nigeria ,must be posted by you due to your egocentrism and falsehood.

People like you who lacked both Yoruba English comprehension will always argue what Ala of, Yoruba means.In this context as white, light, creator in the same homonym and as cognate as Arabic's Al la(The God). After all, definition of Al-la in Arabic took cognisance of this God as all in all, which involves,this God as God of all "creation". Is any God beside Al la that created all things?

This does not take away a genuine person to accept the word as white because itis ancient word among Yoruba people. Exampleofsuch names include: Ala Malaolu, etc. Perhaps, give your interpretation to it and let me flaw you again.

Even if you dont understand the Yoruba dictionary derived from Yoruba koine words in the dictionary . Does it not show in the dictionary that asho ala simply means white cloth in the sample that you claimed; asho+ Ala =white cloth. Abeg go study. Mr. Liar.
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 11:40pm On May 30
Olu317:
But I posted K as equivalent to,"q" ,which is used also among Arabic people but denied it existence. Instead, you called it meaningless. So, you simply forgot yourself or you simply don't know what you posted again? Meanwhile Qaf and quof are same andyouwereclaiming Classical English transliteration? EvenwhenEnglishpeople transliterate the Greek-Latin and ancient Hebrew in to English bible in 17th century, it wasntperfect but claimed "English Classical transliteratio n" grin cheesy .You must be a joke.for using the word "classical" because it's related to ancient Greek, Roman or Latin literature, art, or culture." More of, "classical mythology. English kor south Africa ni. Nonsense
Who is this fraud of a dullard for Ṣàǹgó’s sake? cheesy

(1) You noted (on a different thread ) that “K” is equivalent to “Q” in Arabic language.

(2) I exposed your falsehood & fakery in that regards on that same thread.

(3) You now proceeded to lie blatantly (on this new thread in an attempt float your sinking ship) that:

TAO said “Q” and “K” aren’t interchangeable in Hebrew language. undecided

(4) I then disgraced you by posting the screenshots of my actual statement and that of your allegation.

(5) Noticing the disgrace on you, you’re now trying to renege back to my actual statement. grin

(6) Instead of apologizing for having misrepresented me out of your desperation, you foolishly and silently went back to my actual statement unceremoniously.

(7) To cap your foolishness, you reneged back to my actual statement; but you did so while trying to hold on again to your old, debunked ‘agnorant’ idea that “Q” and “K” are indeed equivalent in Arabic language.

(8 ) In response to this I’d say: You have proven time & time again (including now) that you are not simply a disgrace, but you’re actually a very big disgrace.

This is because, the Arabic “Q” and the Arabic “K” are not equivalent and such the Arabic word “Qur’an” is an actual Arabic word, while your supposed Arabic word “Kur’an” is not only meaningless, but also non-existent.

Futhermore, kindly post 40,000 years of fossill man in Niger valley from your own archeological findings that you intend to link yoruba people with. Mr. Liar
Even though you typed this comment with your heart racing and your hands shaking, you still managed to squeeze in lies — your stock in trade.

First of all, I didn’t claim to conduct the archaeological survey of the Middle Niger Valley.

The professional archaeologists did. I have only cited their conclusions and finds. I am unlike you who claim to be who they are not.

Secondly, I do not “intend to link Yoruba people with” any so-called “fossil man” — whatever that means in your schizophrenic world of insanity.

Instead, I have cited the established conclusions from linguistics, archaeology, and ethnographic studies.

It is you (the insane one) who have claimed to know better than the experts. You’re the ‘agnoramous’ and dullard. See ‘agnorant’ as attached. LMAO!

Thirdly regarding the 40,000 y. o. archaeological finds in the Middle-Niger Valley region, are you saying that there are no such archaeological research, or are you admitting your ignorance of such information??

Please point out which of these two applies to you so I can reply accordingly. I need to know whether I am to debunk your ‘agnorance,’ or to rescue you from your ignorance. Please make a choice.

Cheers.
Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 11:57pm On May 30
Olu317:
I mentioned Qaf and Quof; Quran and Koran. And I digressed to the root word ,according ancient Hebrew toexplain the ancient Hebrew transliteration, also which use "Q" aswell.

After all, the ancient Hebrew's language documented in the Torah, is older than quran which was documented 500+ years after Yeshua(Jesus) existence grin cheesy . The bibical account mentioned the earlier Coptic christian to be of ancient Hebrew and some followers. Go find about Mark!

On this platform, it is Yoruba history or more of Yoruba deities but your ignorance of 40,000 years of fossil man in Niger valley in Nigeria ,must be posted by you due to your egocentrism and falsehood.

People like you who lacked both Yoruba English comprehension will always argue what Ala of, Yoruba means.In this context as white, light, creator in the same homonym and as cognate as Arabic's Al la(The God). After all, definition of Al-la in Arabic took cognisance of this God as all in all, which involves,this God as God of all "creation". Is any God beside Al la that created all things?

This does not take away a genuine person to accept the word as white because itis ancient word among Yoruba people. Exampleofsuch names include: Ala Malaolu, etc. Perhaps, give your interpretation to it and let me flaw you again.

Even if you dont understand the Yoruba dictionary derived from Yoruba koine words in the dictionary . Does it not show in the dictionary that asho ala simply means white cloth in the sample that you claimed; asho+ Ala =white cloth. Abeg go study. Mr. Liar.
Your dumb attempt at reinforcing fraud and escaping your current disgrace is actually dead on arrival.

Your heap of dog-shit which you’ve heaped here was thoroughly debunked at my comments found at the link below.

https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101590222

Your frauds of Ala, Kèrè, Koran, et al. were thoroughly debunked at this foregoing link (and the comments from there).

You fled that thread in shame when you noticed that your disgrace was clearly unbearable.

Interested readers should visit this foregoing link to see for themselves how Olu317-the-disgrace was thoroughly humiliated.

Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 6:25am On May 31
TAO11:
Your dumb attempt of reinforcing fraud and escaping your current disgrace is actually dead on arrival.

Your heap of dog-shit which you’ve heaped here was thoroughly debunked at my comments found at the link below.

https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101590222

You Ala, Kèrè, Koran, et al. frauds were thoroughly debunked at this foregoing link (and the comments from there). You fled in shame when you noticed that your disgrace was apparently unbearable.

Interested sane readers should bust it this foregoing link to see for themselves how Olu317-the disgrace was thoroughly humiliated.

Cc: rhektor

The mumu always mix things up to escape but this time he won't escape. He will be battered with facts so much that he won't have any choice than to run away and abandon this lying moniker Olu317 cheesy

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 2:09pm On May 31
TAO11:
Your dumb attempt at reinforcing fraud and escaping your current disgrace is actually dead on arrival.

Your heap of dog-shit which you’ve heaped here was thoroughly debunked at my comments found at the link below.

https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101590222

Your frauds of Ala, Kèrè, Koran, et al. were thoroughly debunked at this foregoing link (and the comments from there).

You fled that thread in shame when you noticed that your disgrace was clearly unbearable.

Interested readers should visit this foregoing link to see for themselves how Olu317-the-disgrace was thoroughly humiliated.

Cc: rhektor
you didnt debunk anything. I am not interested in gibberish as you're known for.

Al la means the God in Arabic's worldview.
Arabic's Quran is an information from God ; Word of God, i.e Koran:
sacred book, believed to be the "word of God" as dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel and written down in Arabic.

Word of God is "proclamation ". Is English languages a problem for you ? This what Al la means in Arabic.

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 2:19pm On May 31
You keep running helter-skelter. grin Seeking the best escape route from this disgrace you’ve brought upon yourself.

Olu317:
you didnt debunk anything. I am not interested in gibberish as you're known for.

Al la means the God in Arabic's worldview.
Arabic's Quran is an information from God ; Word of God, i.e Koran:
sacred book, believed to be the "word of God" as dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel and written down in Arabic.

Word of God is "proclamation ". Is English languages a problem for you ? This what Al la means in Arabic
Listen up, Olu-the-disgrace:

I debunked you on this fraud of Al-la, Koran, etc. at the link below:

https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101590222

To summarize:

(1) Al-la does NOT mean God in Arabic language.

(2) The spelling “Koran” has no basis from the Arabic. It is simply a popular English transliteration.

(3) The English transliteration favored by Arabs who also speak and read English is “Qur’an”.

(4) The reason being that if the word “Qur’an” gets transliterated back into Arabic it gives قران

On the other hand, if the word “Koran”/“Kur’an” gets transliterated back into Arabic it gives كران — a word that is meaningless and non-existent.

(5) In sum “Q” is not equivalent to “K” in Arabic. Don’t punch beyond your intellectual weight. I will useless you more where you’re trying to delve into.

You don’t understand Yoruba language, yet you want to dive into Hebrew, and even Arabic. I will useless you more.

Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 2:43pm On May 31
TAO11:
Who will save you from my hand?You're already a drown man Orunm(ila ) .In linguistic, cognates means what has same meaning from different ethnic background which make it a protolanguage grin

Now, here is Quran/Koran from Bible. A word meaning meaning same as Arabic Quran /Koran of Arabic, "word of God". The book calls one to change one's evil way to God'sway . Evil can not overide truth.

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 2:49pm On May 31
Olu317:
you didnt debunk anything. I am not interested in gibberish as you're known for.

Al la means the God in Arabic's worldview.
Arabic's Quran is an information from God ; Word of God, i.e Koran:
sacred book, believed to be the "word of God" as dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel and written down in Arabic.

Word of God is "proclamation ". Is English languages a problem for you ? This what Al la means in Arabic.

How does that translate to kèrè? And what language is kèrè? If you claim it to be a Yorùbá dialect what part of Yorùbá speak such strange word? Olu317 the liar I will wait for your response

Cc TAO11

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 2:50pm On May 31
Olu317:
TAO11:
Who will save you from my hand?You're already a drown man Orunm(ila ) .In linguistic, cognates means what has same meaning from different ethnic background which make it a protolanguage grin

Now, here is Quran/Koran from Bible. A word meaning meaning same as Arabic Quran /Koran of Arabic, "word of God". The book calls one to change one's evil way to God'sway . Evil can not overide truth.
You wrote a crappy comment.

To support your crap, you proceeded to attach a pdf screenshot off another crap you had written — that is, the so-called book you claim to be authoring soon. grin

Is your brain retarding at the speed of light? cheesy

See link: https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101613343

Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 2:55pm On May 31
TAO11:
You keep running helter-skelter. grin Seeking the best escape route from this disgrace you’ve brought upon yourself.

Listen up, Olu-the-disgrace:
I debunked you on this fraud of Al-la, Koran, etc. at the link below:

https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101590222

To summarize:

(1) Al-la does NOT mean God in Arabic language.

(2) The spelling “Koran” has no basis from the Arabic. It is simply a popular English transliteration.

(3) The English transliteration favorited by the Arabs themselves is “Qur’an”.

(4) The reason being that if the word “Qur’an” gets transliterated back into Arabic it gives “”, but if the word “Koran”/“Kur’an” gets transliterated back into Arabic it gives “” — a meaningless and non-existent word.

(5) In sum “Q” is not equivalent to “K” in Arabic. Don’t punch beyond your intellectual weight. I will useless you more where you’re trying to delve into.

You don’t understand Yoruba language, yet you want to dive into Hebrew, and even Arabic. I will useless you more.

Cc: rhektor

The mumu never care about being useless. It is people who have integrity that are always afraid of loosing it those who don't have it can't loose it. Olu317 has nothing related to integrity he's a fraud a devilish liar olu the Pinocchio, his nose must be longer by now cheesy

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 3:02pm On May 31
rhektor:
The mumu never care about being useless. It is people who have integrity that are always afraid of loosing it those who don't have it can't loose it. Olu317 has nothing related to integrity he's a fraud a devilish liar olu the Pinocchio, his nose must be longer by now cheesy
True!

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 3:06pm On May 31
TAO11:
You keep running helter-skelter. grin Seeking the best escape route from this disgrace you’ve brought upon yourself.

Listen up, Olu-the-disgrace:
I debunked you on this fraud of Al-la, Koran, etc. at the link below:

https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101590222

To summarize:

(1) Al-la does NOT mean God in Arabic language.

(2) The spelling “Koran” has no basis from the Arabic. It is simply a popular English transliteration.

(3) The English transliteration favorited by the Arabs themselves is “Qur’an”.

(4) The reason being that if the word “Qur’an” gets transliterated back into Arabic it gives “”, but if the word “Koran”/“Kur’an” gets transliterated back into Arabic it gives “” — a meaningless and non-existent word.

(5) In sum “Q” is not equivalent to “K” in Arabic. Don’t punch beyond your intellectual weight. I will useless you more where you’re trying to delve into.
People have read your lies and views differs in term religion . So stop posting irrelevant link.

Cognate dont dont look at word as you asume if it is Al ilah, ela/ila or Ellah;of Arabs, Yorubas and Hebrew doesnt make sense, until the meaning, is accurate with all ,then it becomes, cognate, "my dear friend".

If Q is not equivalent in Arabic as K, how do the Wikipedia or Palestinian use such ?Mumu, the Palestine region is older than Saudi Arabia in terms of fossil human. grin angry angry grin

Self defence? I do not make q" to be "K" in Arabic or Ancient Hebrew but by interpreters of both Arabic and Hebrew researcher.So Why lamening?

Intentionally , I do not want to rubbish you but your stupidity brought this upon yourself ..Below screenshot is the meaning of Arabic Quran or Koran

Nothing to sumarise ,Mr liar..... angry cheesy

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 3:26pm On May 31
rhektor:


The mumu never care about being useless. It is people who have integrity that are always afraid of loosing it those who don't have it can't loose it. Olu317 has nothing related to integrity he's a fraud a devilish liar olu the Pinocchio, his nose must be longer by now cheesy
Look this irrelevant liar claiming I didnt respond on time grin. as if Nairaland owes my big deal.

You see, your ignorance is granduer because you want to be relevant grin. No wonder you screenshot your own information but not mine that you accused me of.

Note: last time ,I'll quote you except you post the Ijebu word. Iamenjoyingyour nonsensical attitude grin cheesy Olodo jatijati

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 3:28pm On May 31
Olu317:
People have read your lies and views differs in term religion . So stop posting irrelevant link.

Cognate dont dont look at word if it is Al ilah, ela/ila or Ellah; Arabs, Yorubas and Hebrew. The most important is that, among the meaning , if one is accurate with it ,then it becomes, cognate, "my dear friend".

If Q is not equivalent in Arabic as K, how do the Wikipedia or Palestinian use such ?Mumu, the Palestine region is older than Saudi Arabia in terms of fossil human. grin angry angry grin

Self defence? I do not make q" to be "K" in Arabic or Ancient Hebrew but by interpreters of both Arabic and Hebrew researcher.So Why lamening?

Intentionally , I do not want to rubbish you but your stupidity brought this upon yourself ..
You were debunked to pieces at the link below:

https://www.nairaland.com/6510453/warri-succession-crisis-oba-benin/54#101590222

In Summary:
(1) Your fake words Ela, Ila do NOT mean God in Arabic language. Also, Ellah is NOT an Arabic word.

(2) Yoruba does NOT belong to the same language family as Arabic and Hebrew.

If you think otherwise, then name one linguist who agree with you.

(3) Which Palestinian told Olu-the-fraud that ق and ك are equivalent!

And where did WiKiPeDiA (let’s pretend Wikipedia is even accurate always) tell Olu that?? I’m waiting!

(4) Which Arabic researcher told Olu-the-fraud that ق is equivalent to ك ??

I really want to know these researchers. C’mon Olu, talk. cheesy

(5) Rubbish? To think this is coming from a rubbish. You failed in real life, you also failed at online fraud. You are a disgrace.

(6) Let me disgrace you finally. Transliterate “TAO” into Arabic with pen and paper. Snap and attach. grin

Cc: rhektor

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 3:35pm On May 31
Dear Olu317-the-fraud:

I can see that you’re online at this time reading this.

Let’s see how long it takes you to reply because of the challenge above. [See highlights of the attached] cheesy

Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 3:42pm On May 31
TAO11:
You were debunked to pieces at the link below:

(1) Moreover, your fake words Ela, Ila do NOT mean God in Arabic language. Also, Ellah is NOT an Arabic word.

(2) Yoruba does NOT belong to the same language family as Arabic and Hebrew.

If you think otherwise, then name one linguist who agree with you.

(3) Which Palestinian told Olu-the-fraud that ق and ك are equivalent? And where the WiKiPeDiA (let’s pretend Wikipedia is even accurate always) tell Olu that? I’m waiting?

(4) Which Arabic researcher told Olu-the-fraud that ق is equivalent to ك ?? I really want to know these researchers. C’mon Olu, talk. cheesy

(5) Rubbish? To think this is coming from a rubbish. You failed in real life, you also failed at online fraud. You are a disgrace.

(6) Let me disgrace you finally. Transliterate “TAO” into Arabic with pen and paper. Take a screenshot and attach. grin

Cc: rhektor
Allah, contraction of "Al Ila" means "the God" in Arabic. Google will help you angry grin grin..

Screenshot below. grin cheesy grin cheesy

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 3:47pm On May 31
Olu317:
Allah, contraction of "Al Ila" means "the God" in Arabic. Google will help you angry grin grin..

Screenshot below. grin cheesy grin cheesy
Dullard! I’m not one of those to be deceived over what I know, and which you know nothing about. cheesy

You wrote “Al-Ila,” but your own screenshot says something else as I have highlighted and attached below.

You only exposed yourself as an ignoramus on Arabic by assuming that you can unceremoniously discard a letter from a word. You shot yourself in the skull as always. cheesy

Summary: Your fake Ila, Ela, etc. do NOT mean God in Arabic. Try again. cheesy
—————-
PS:
I am waiting on you to take up my challenge to you and prove yourself: grin

Transliterate the word “TAO” into Arabic. Use pen and paper. Take a picture and attach. grin

Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 4:00pm On May 31
TAO11:
Dullard! I’m not one of those to be deceived over what I know, and which you know nothing about. cheesy

You wrote “Al-Ila,” but your own screenshot says something else as I have highlighted and attached below.

You only exposed yourself as an ignoramus on Arabic by assuming that you can unceremoniously discard a letter from a word. You shot yourself in the skull as always. cheesy

Summary: Ila, Ela, etc does NOT mean God in Arabic. Try again.
—————-
PS:
I am waiting on you to take up my challenge to you and prove yourself: grin

Transliterate the word “TAO” into Arabic. Use pen and paper. Take a screenshot and attach. grin





Cc: rhektor


The guy sabi coin words to suit his needs grin

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 4:01pm On May 31
TAO11:
Dear Olu317-the-fraud:

I can see that you’re online at this time reading this.

Let’s see how long it takes you to reply because of the challenge above. [See highlights of the attached] cheesy

Cc: rhektor

Just wait for him to coin something out from his anus again, you will be surprised grin

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 4:06pm On May 31
Olu317:
Look this irrelevant liar claiming I didnt respond on time grin. as if Nairaland owes my big deal.

You see, your ignorance is granduer because you want to be relevant grin. No wonder you screenshot your own information but not mine that you accused me of.

Note: last time ,I'll quote you except you post the Ijebu word. Iamenjoyingyour nonsensical attitude grin cheesy Olodo jatijati

I only asked you for one thing, just one. Quote or screenshot where I have claimed that the gibberish which you wrote is in Ìjẹ̀bú dialect, wèrè olódo. You've been exposed for the fraud that you are.
Arìndìn will read something on Wikipedia he won't understand it but he will jump into nairaland and be forming scholar grin Àṣírí ẹ ti tú, apọ̀dà. No hiding place for you until you apologize

Cc TAO11

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 4:08pm On May 31
Olu317:
Allah, contraction of "Al Ila" means "the God" in Arabic. Google will help you angry grin grin..

Screenshot below. grin cheesy grin cheesy

Your attached pix showed Al - ilah but you kept pushing the Al-ila grin

Who will deliver you from this delusion?

What happened to the "h" in your screenshot picture attached
Olu you're a fraud
Cc TAO11

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 4:12pm On May 31
rhektor:


Just wait for him to coin something out from his anus again, you will be surprised grin
LMAO!

He would probably do that. I will bury him sha. cheesy

He’s taking unusually long though. Is he searching for help? grin

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 4:14pm On May 31
TAO11:
LMAO!

He would probably do that. I will bury him sha. cheesy

He’s taking unusually long though. Is he searching for help? grin

Olu317 somebody is looking for you o grin
Are you still on the Wikipedia page looking for a new word to twist lol

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 4:16pm On May 31
rhektor:


Your attached pix showed Al - ilah but you kept pushing the Al-ila grin

Who will deliver you from this delusion?

What happened to the "h" in your screenshot picture attached
Olu you're a fraud
Cc TAO11
He has pushed Al-La, Ila, Ela, Ala, and now Al-Ila — all as Arabic words for God. cheesy

All in attempt to promote his fraud of linking Yorubas to ‘his’ Middle-East. Mugu boy!

Perhaps he will also drop/replace a letter in “God,” and yet insist that it is still the English word for Olorun. cheesy
————
PS: The letter difference between “Ilah” and his “Ila” is actually more than his missing “h”.

He actually made a big mistake of going with me into this Arabic thang.

He should have managed and left with the disgrace he got from diacritics. Now he acquired more disgrace.
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 4:16pm On May 31
rhektor:
Olu317 somebody is looking for you o grin Are you still on the Wikipedia page looking for a new word to twist lol
Lol.

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 4:19pm On May 31
rhektor:
I only asked you for one thing, just one. Quote or screenshot where I have claimed that the gibberish which you wrote is in Ìjẹ̀bú dialect, wèrè olódo. You've been exposed for the fraud that you are.
Arìndìn will read something on Wikipedia he won't understand it but he will jump into nairaland and be forming scholar grin Àṣírí ẹ ti tú, apọ̀dà. No hiding place for you until you apologize Cc TAO11
Yes he must apologize for all his years of Nairaland fraud.

I will volunteer to write the apology template for him if he needs help on that.

It will go something like the following:

I am Olu317-the-fraud. I know I am a fraud. I have now been exposed as a fraud and a disgrace. •••

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 5:22pm On May 31
TAO11:
He has pushed Al-La, Ila, Ela, Ala, and now Al-Ila — all as Arabic words for God. cheesy

All in attempt to promote his fraud of linking Yorubas to ‘his’ Middle-East. Mugu boy!

Perhaps he will also drop/replace a letter in “God,” and yet insist that it is still the English word for Olorun. cheesy
————
PS: The letter difference between “Ilah” and his “Ila” is actually more than his missing “h”.

He actually made a big mistake of going with me into this Arabic thang.

He should have managed and left with the disgrace he got from diacritics. Now he acquired more disgrace.

He'll be somewhere now conjuring things into existence in his rotten brain grin

Olu317 where art thou?

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 10:22pm On May 31
rhektor:


He'll be somewhere now conjuring things into existence in his rotten brain grin

Olu317 where art thou?
I know right.

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