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Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 1:59pm
Bukky244:


- So, I was correct that Mohammed taught his people to use camels urine.
- Why did the prophet revere the stone and kissed it?
- I did not attack him. When Aisha went to his House, she took her dolls. Showing clearly, she was but a child bride.
As regard of your first question, the Apostle of Allah ( May Allah be pleased with him) taught the Muslims of what is clean and dirty as far as Islam is concerned. One of them is that all animals that are eatable, their urine and faeces are not considered as something that is dirty as far as Islam is concerned, just like you can use black seeds, dates for medicine so does the urine of camels.
Second, the Apostle of Allah did that based on the message which he would have received from his Lord, my evidence on this is in Surat An-Najm where Allah testified that " Your companion ( Muhammad, May Allah blessings be upon him) has neither gone astray nor has erred. Nor does he speak of (his own) desire. It is only Inspiration that is inspired". With this, his actions as you have rightly pointed were definitely from what he has been commanded to do and to follow examples of what Prophet Ibrahim and his son had done. Allah knows best!
Thirdly, you did Ma, by indirectly calling him a paedophilia because of the age of Our mother Aisha ( May Allah be pleased with her) and the truth about Islam is that age has nothing to do with marriage but maturity and puberty. That was the reason I mentioned Lina Medina that got pregnant at the age of 5 and a half.
We should just try do desist from provoking others by directly and indiindirectly mention things that are sensible to them and their religions. Stay home, stay safe Ma!
Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 12:30pm
Lavisha:


The global jihad espoused by Osama bin Laden and other contemporary extremists is clearly rooted in contemporary issues and interpretations of Islam. It owes little to the Wahhabi tradition, outside of the nineteenth-century incorporation of the teachings of Ibn Taymiyya and the Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah into the Wahhabi worldview as Wahhabism moved beyond the confines of Najd and into the broader Muslim world.
The differences between the worldviews of bin Laden and Ibn Abd al-Wahhab are numerous.
Bin Laden preaches jihad; Ibn Abd al-Wahhab preached monotheism.
Bin Laden preaches a global jihad of cosmic importance that recognizes no compromise; Ibn Abd al-Wahhab’s jihad was narrow in geographic focus, of localized importance, and had engagement in a treaty relationship between the fighting parties as a goal.
Bin Laden preaches war against Christians and Jews; Ibn Abd al-Wahhab called for treaty relationships with them.
Bin Laden’s jihad proclaims an ideology of the necessity of war in the face of unbelief; Ibn Abd al-Wahhab preached the benefits of peaceful coexistence, social order, and business relationships.
Bin Laden calls for the killing of all infidels and the destruction of their money and property; Ibn Abd al-Wahhab restricted killing and the destruction of property…
The militant Islam of Osama bin Laden does not have its origins in the teachings of Ibn Abd al-Wahhab and is not representative of Wahhabi Islam as it is practiced in contemporary Saudi Arabia, yet for the media it has come to define Wahabbi Islam in the contemporary era. However, “unrepresentative” bin Laden’s global jihad of Islam in general and Wahhabi Islam in particular, its prominence in headline news has taken Wahhabi Islam across the spectrum from revival and reform to global jihad.
Natana J. Delong-Bas,
There's nothing like Wahhabi Islam, the author of the aforesent piece needs to be schooled on some of the traditional understandings that Imam ibn Wahhab was trying to explain. I would have loved to analyse some of the things above but I need to continue with an important assignment at home. May be next time Insha Allah.
Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 12:20pm
Ibechris2:




I am not a Muslim and there is nothing wonderful about ur religion...even u cannot guarantee your life if by chance u visit the core areas in the North.
I am presently living in the north which I mentioned in one of my replies. But their violent behaviour and attitude are totally different from pristine Islam which Allah had sent His messenger with. Only those who seek for its knowledge have its wonderful experiences and not the ones that have based their understanding of Islam based on what they have read on internet or other media sources.
Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 12:17pm
Ibechris2:





Be confusing yourself with esoteric epistles. Take or leave it,Islam is the core reason why the world might soon face human extinction.
Argue within what you don't understand in the message without committing a fallacy of irrelevant ground character assassination.
Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 12:11pm
Ibechris2:
Islamists at their best!

Better not to be born than become a Muslim.
Fight,hate, trouble, riots and envy na them. Religion of peace indeed!
You are wrong Ma, stop committing a fallacy of irrelevant ground hasty generalization. Some good Muslims are out there to change your views. Let us be tolerant enough to live in peace.

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Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 12:06pm
Lavisha:

Mallam Abdul, human is tribalistic in nature.
I am a tribalist and that's how I like it.
But Ma, it is best to be less tribalistic for the benefits of multi dimensional societies like the case of ours.

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Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 12:02pm
Bukky244:
Which is worse? Quran-virus or Corona-virus? For me, Quran-virus is worse. it can make a medical Doctor to advise patients to use camel urine to treat ailments. It can make a Scientist believe the earth is flat like an Arabian rug. It can make a man travel half way around the world to kiss and worship a black meteorite that fell from the sky. It can make a 52 year old man to marry a 7 year old child. It can make a man to receive revelation only when he wears a 7 year old girls dress. 90% of violence all over the world is linked to people trying to enforce the ideas in Quran-virus.

Let me start with this Ma, your submission above is displayed with impression to take lsam down. Before the advent of modern medicine, every society had ways of dealing with illness either by using correct or wrong avenue, Muslims weren't exempted from this just like fore fathers in Yorubaland were used to use the urine of horses to fight chronic fever. Let me use myself as an example, I used to experience very severe cold when I was 8 or 9, my grandma came from the village to meet me in this condition after medical attention wasn't successful. She went back to the village to got the original of this urine and was mixed with the seed of unreap pawpaw and within some period of time the cold reduced to bearest minimum and with time everything became the thing of a past. From the inception of humans, there have been one or two solutions to problems that faced human beings regarding their health status. The question is how many Muslims still use this to treat their ailments since science has improved some other things to be used. Prophetic medicines other this are very much available to be used.
Your submission regarding Hajj and perhaps Ummra shows you don't know the right things regarding the two. When one of the companions of the Prophet ( May Allah mercy be upon him) came to the black stone that you mentioned, he said, if not that I saw the Apostle of Allah that kissed you, you are nothing but a stone. The scholar of Islam brought many beneficial things from it. One of these is that , Muslims are not to worship any other things expect Allah, the most mighty. Another thing is that, if the companion has left the black stone, it has nothing to do with what is expected of a Muslim to do in Hajj and Ummra. Let me give an example that you would understand easily, a person that doesn't perform abulution before commencing his or her sollah has no sollah but a person can decide not to observe any additional prayer before the commencement of the compulsory prayer. Within this, people aren't going to Hajj and Ummra because of the black stone but to fulfil the commandment of Allah that has stipulated it. Again, you can go to Mecca without visiting the Prophet's mosque in Medina and someone's hajj is intact., insha Allah.
Ma, as for your last submission attacking the Apostle of Allah ( May Allah mercy be upon him). I know you would like reading many stuffs. Please, read about Lina Medina of Ticrapo of Peru and come back to argue on the age of Our mother Aysha ( May the blessings of Allah be upon her). Sorry for the long epistle.

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Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:53am
Lavisha:

You must be a Yoruba Muslim.
pls tell me I'm right?
Allah, the Lord of universe doesn't like such affiliations, He wants us to see ourselves as one. Irrespective of your tribe, background and families. The most precious in the sight of Allah is a person that fears Him correctly and not like the way of Boko haram. Yoruba is just a tribe and Islam is a religion that frowns at someone being an ethnic chauvinist
Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:46am
Bukky244:


Your attitude is a product of your education, environment or upbringing. You can decide to make these insubordinated to the dictate of your religion, thus becoming violent. You shall get their if you continue deeply into Islam.
@ Bukky244, should I educate you without being abusive? I think you have misunderstood some of the teachings of Islam. Take care Ma.
Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:42am
LivingSage:
Being Muslim by name doesn't mean you have Islamic knowledge, so don't you have knowledge of Islam. Do you attend Madrasah? And up to Thanawi Level(secondary level)? If you don't, keep shut and stop giving opinion about knowledge of Islam

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You don't need to abuse him, his understanding of Islam could be easily perceived from the point he is making. Knowledge is Islam and without knowledge someone wil definitely practice the religion haphazardly. For someone that has got the knowledge from the correct source could testify. Urine has been used to clean faeces as far as knowledge of Islam is concerned.

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Crime / Re: COVID-19: Muslim Youths Burn Police Station In Katsina For Stopping Their Prayer by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:34am
seanwilliam:
if all muslims are like you, it would have been good.. you have my respect with this.. but to be sincere an average Muslim is violent... even here in southwest. It is just that the level of their violence here is in the barest level.. so bro, if indeed you are a Muslim mehn, you really changed my POV towards muslims..
I am from a Muslim background but I identify myself with christianity..although I'm not a practicing one... so I have knowledge of two Faiths..
The problem with Muslims in the world today is ignorant of the religion they are practising. Islam suits every situation only when you strictly adhere to its teaching. Bro, I am presently living in the north doing my post graduate program and anytime I remember how violent some northerners could be, I always pray to Allah to protect my family and myself. The truth is that many northerners are loyalists to their leaders and not the Islam. Northerners generally can be categorized into three Islamic sects, namely; the Sunnis, the Suffis and the Shi'as. All of them claim to be practising Islam as it had been practiced during the time of message of Allah ( May Allah mercy be upon him). So it takes some levels of knowledge to differentiate between what is truly Islam and what is not, any Muslims that practice pristine Islam will never be described as terrorists because we have stipulated rules and regulations that suit every situation.
Let me give an instance, just yesterday night, the Imam of my mosque sat with the elders and leaders of the mosque to tell them the important of social distancing and they concluded that we should stop praying the five daily prayers in congregations. But most of the mosques around are still observing their prayers in congregations due to their religious affiliation and utmost compliance with the directives of their sect leaders, Sir, I can mention a person for you here in the north, if the person says So and so people should converge at so and so place at this time, they would never mind what the government might do. Ignorance of what is required of someone has a Muslim is the main problem Islam as a religion is facing which is beyond observing prayers and bearing of Muslim names.
Like the author has rightly said, ignorance before death, it's a death itself.

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Education / Re: JAMB Arrests 149 Candidates For UTME Fraud by Abdulhakeem78(m): 7:57am On Mar 24
The youths are the leaders of tomorrow wink
Imo
Anambra
Enugu
Abia
Adamawa
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Kwara
Ondo
Oyo
Osun
The offences included; examination by proxy, attempt to cheat, forceful entrance, tampering with examination documents, smuggling of mobile phones into the examination halls among others.

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Education / Re: UTME: JAMB To Release 450,000 UTME Results, Clears Air On Rumoured Cancellation by Abdulhakeem78(m): 1:49pm On Mar 18
Fake news has become a common product of social media which everyone purchases
Education / Re: ASUU Strike Continues As Talks Between Govt, Lecturers Progress by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:32am On Mar 18
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Islam for Muslims / Re: The Islamic Perspective On Feminism by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:51am On Jan 03
lovat:
Can you imagine the Quran asking women to be beaten lightly for demanding for equal rights?


Seriously the Quran has no place in the modern world because it's too filled with violence and molestation



Please, learn to sound like intellectual, you know nothing when it comes to anything of Glorious Qur'an. Why mentioning it?

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Crime / Saudi Arabia Sentences Five To Death For Khashoggi Murder. by Abdulhakeem78(m): 9:26pm On Dec 23, 2019
CNN)Saudi Arabia has sentenced five people to death for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi but cleared a former top adviser to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a public prosecutor said Monday.

There was no evidence against Saud al-Qahtani, Saudi Deputy Public Prosecutor Shaalan al-Shaalan announced in a televised press conference Monday. A court also dismissed charges against Ahmed al-Assiri, a former deputy intelligence chief, and Mohammed al-Otaibi, Saudi's consul general in Istanbul when the murder took place, he said.
Al-Qahtani and al-Otaibi were sanctioned a year ago by the US Treasury for their alleged involvement in the murder.
Both al-Qahtani and al-Assiri were part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's inner circle and were relieved of their duties in the immediate aftermath of Khashoggi's killing in October 2018.
"Saud al-Qahtani was questioned by the public prosecution and was not charged because there was no evidence against him," al-Shaalan said.
Reading preliminary rulings for 11 people who have been investigated by Saudi Arabia, al-Shaalan said five others who took part in the murder had been sentenced to death. Another three people face a total of 24 years in prison for covering up the murder and violating regulations. He did not reveal any of their names.
Saudi Deputy Public Prosecutor and spokesman Shalaan al-Shalaan gives a statement in Riyadh on Monday.
Saudi Deputy Public Prosecutor and spokesman Shalaan al-Shalaan gives a statement in Riyadh on Monday.
Khashoggi -- a Washington Post columnist and royal insider-turned-critic -- was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018.
He had expected to collect documents for his upcoming wedding but was instead killed and allegedly dismembered in the building. His remains are yet to be found.

Celebrities / Re: Shina Peller Arrest: How Gbajabiamila, Mamora Put Police Under Pressure by Abdulhakeem78(m): 8:59pm On Dec 23, 2019
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Politics / Oshiomhole’s Enemies Take Aim by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:36pm On Dec 22, 2019
Months of snapping at one another’s heels, in a bitter and brutal struggle for the administrative soul of the All Progressives Congress (APC), may soon give way to open, fierce and bloody war for the heart and body of the deeply fractious ruling party. Adams Oshiomhole is today at the heart of that bitter struggle; but it is hardly about him, notwithstanding his matchless knack for courting controversy and discord. Years before him, the former APC chairman, John Odigie-Oyegun, emblematised all that was controversial and problematic about the party. Until he was overthrown in a spectacular ‘coup’ during the party’s 2018 national convention, which some National Executive Committee (NEC) members had strived to defer, Mr Odigie-Oyegun barely managed to leave office with any heels. Only the party’s first chairman, who occupied the office in interim capacity, the avuncular former Osun State governor Bisi Akande, escaped the bruising politics that threatens to undo the party.

So far, Mr Oshiomhole has survived two attempts at his chairmanship: one was premature and lacking in fire, and the other half-hearted, a little more determined, but still uncoordinated. His enemies may be dispirited, even scattered; but they are not vanquished. They will go at him hammer and tongs, will not relent, and may have even taken an oath to do him in no matter the cost. The first attempt at his leadership, indeed the foundation of the opposition to his reign, was triggered by his principled but perhaps undiplomatic opposition to the undemocratic suzerainty established by a few governors in their states, some of whom engaged in complex manipulations of both state party structures and party primaries.

Mr Oshiomhole may have successfully checkmated the manoeuvres of the said governors before the last general election, but it has made them his compulsive enemies. They are unlikely to relent. For even before the elections, the president was himself undecided who to support — the governors, some of whom were quite close to him, or the party, in line with party supremacy principles and the justness of the party leadership’s campaigns. Rather than abate, however, the opposition to the chairman has continued to mount, with the aggrieved president’s friends increasing in visibility and power under the presidency, and Mr Oshiomhole correspondingly reducing in influence in many ways. In the past two weeks, evidence of the growth of influence of Mr Oshiomhole’s enemies have been widespread. As they grow in power, they have become more emboldened to take on their chairman, determined to vaporise him.

At the moment, the struggle has been stalemated. Those in his corner, mainly states party chairmen, some governors, some party leaders, and a majority of the rank and file are determined to stick by him. But due probably to the politics of the 2023 general election, Mr Oshiomhole’s opponents have openly declared war, abandoned neutrality, and are bent on sinking or swimming with their cause. It has become almost an oath. The chairman should feel worried that open warfare has broken out rather quickly, more than three years before the next polls, giving enough time for his enemies to restock their armoury, completely win over the vacillating president, create a groundswell of opposition against him, chip away at the defences of and support for the party’s leadership, and possibly drive a wedge between the chairman and the president. It will be a miracle if they do not wear him down completely.

Mr Oshiomhole unfortunately is caught up in the Edo poll web. If he fails to win the state for his party next year, support for him within the party hierarchy, somewhat tenuous at the moment, will wear very thin. Meanwhile, he has boxed himself into a corner with his inability to overlook some of the undemocratic proclivities of his successor to the Edo stool, Godwin Obaseki. Having prompted Osagie Ize-Iyamu, PDP’s candidate in the last governorship poll, to defect to the APC just as Mr Obaseki is gearing up to contest the party’s nomination, Mr Oshiomhole may have nailed his colours to the mast and crossed the Rubicon at the same time. Seeing this, Mr Obaseki has increased the amperage of his opposition to the chairman and indicated that he would be willing to fight to the death. Neither combatant can now back down without losing face. Mr Obaseki is the underdog; if he loses, he will take it gamely. Mr Oshiomhole has more to lose. Should he lose, his demystification may snowball into something more than he can handle.

Indeed, the Edo governor is now comforted by the support of Mr Oshiomhole’s many influential enemies, men close to the presidency and eager to get their pound of flesh from a chairman who they deemed had cost them dearly. But there is no question in all this that the party chairman occupies the moral high ground in his effort to restore discipline and administrative order to the party. If the justness of a cause is enough to give victory, Mr Oshiomhole should run away with victory. But all he can hope for now, given the flightiness of the presidency and the way his enemies are encircling him, is that God will stir up the matter in his favour. That hope, as history attests, and as a battle weary man like him suspects, is often not forlorn. After all, so far, and despite the stalemate, he still has a slim edge over his enemies.
by Alao Abiodun
Politics / I’m Not At War With Oyetola, Says Aregbesola by Abdulhakeem78(m): 10:10pm On Dec 22, 2019
Bola Bamigbola, Osogbo

The Minister of Interior and former Governor of Osun State, Mr. Rauf Aregbesola, on Friday dismissed insinuations that he was at war with his successor, Adegboyega Oyetola.Aregbesola spoke in Osogbo during his recognition as the Amirul Waziril-Muminina by the Chief Imam of Osogbo, Sheik Musa Animasahun, at the Osogbo Central Mosque.
Oyetola and many members of his cabinet were absent at the ceremony.There have also been insinuations that Oranmiyan, the political group of the ex governor , was not being given recognition in the present administration.

But Aregbesola, who spoke in Yoruba language while addressing the gathering, explained that Oyetola’s inability to attend the event was due to his trip to Saudi Arabia for Ummrah.He said his relationship with Oyetola remained very healthy. He added that the renovation of the Osogbo Central Mosque was funded by the Osun State Government with inputs of the present governor, who was then the Chief of Staff to the Governor.
Education / Re: ABU Zaria Denies Girl Who Scored 302 In JAMB Admission For Medicine & Surgery by Abdulhakeem78(m): 9:56pm On Dec 19, 2019
Kubernetes:


Go to ABU TMR morning.
I swear you will see nothing less than 20 Yoruba and 20 ibo guys each from 100-500level studying medicine.
ABU Zaria has been fair in admitting students from the south.
Infact the girl in question may be from Niger state.But don't be surprised that she may be the least in jamb scores from the 10-15 spaces allotted to Niger state
Thanks so much for this candid statement. I am a Yoruba, I didn't know any insect in ABU Zaria before I was given admission.

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Politics / Re: Photos Of Major General Buhari Arriving At The Air Force Base In Kano by Abdulhakeem78(m): 2:46pm On Dec 19, 2019
the president was received by Kano State Governor, Umar Ganduje Dollar. undecided

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Politics / Re: Buhari swears-in Evelyn Ngige, 8 Others As Permanent Secretaries by Abdulhakeem78(m): 3:33pm On Dec 18, 2019
Government of the APCs, by the APCs and for the APCs. Hmmmmmmmmm

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Politics / Re: Breaking : President Buhari Signs 2020 Budget Into Law (video) by Abdulhakeem78(m): 8:44pm On Dec 17, 2019
Why are they clapping?
Celebrities / Re: "Marlians Don't Graduate, We Drop Out" - Expelled High School Student Claims by Abdulhakeem78(m): 9:07pm On Dec 11, 2019
This Marlian of a thing is becoming highly senseless, from a class madness to NYSC camp stupidity and now to drop out of a learner. "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity."
Martin Luther King Jr.

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Politics / Re: Kwara Gov Holds First Ever town Hall Meeting On Citizens’ Engagement In Budget by Abdulhakeem78(m): 6:57pm On Dec 10, 2019
Institutional approach to governance would definitely increase political consciousness, awareness and people's participation which could lead to good governance. It seems Mr governor has some seasoned policy makers!!!
Celebrities / Re: Regina Daniels Shows Her Cooking Skill, Prepares Okro Soup by Abdulhakeem78(m): 3:02pm On Dec 08, 2019
The kitchen is completely cooked, and it's crystal clear the cook doesn't know how to cook cool

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Crime / Re: Border Closure: See How Petrol Is Smuggled In Coffin by Abdulhakeem78(m): 7:09pm On Dec 03, 2019
The burial arrangement of gallons of petrol cry
Politics / Re: There Will Be No Fuel Scarcity During Christmas - NNPC by Abdulhakeem78(m): 5:07pm On Dec 03, 2019
the IGP said the police will work in collaboration with sister organisations to boost security during the yuletide. . Nigerians, Ooga IG has spoken undecided
Career / Re: Poor Salary: Unions Give Kaduna Government 21 Days Ultimatum by Abdulhakeem78(m): 7:34am On Nov 25, 2019
The union leaders that would betray the trust conferred on them by their members. When anything union is mentioned, I clean my nostril to have fresh air undecided

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Family / Re: What Do Men Want? by Abdulhakeem78(m): 9:40pm On Nov 21, 2019
franchasng:
Number 1 thing every man want is RESPECT!! Most ladies of today lack respect for men!!


Respect your man or even men who didn't humiliate themselves before you through some stupid acts.


Men don't joke with ladies that respect them.

Men worship ladies who respect them. Gave you ever greeted a strange guy and watch how happy he is to do anything for you Most ladies of today will rather die than greet a man that isn't their father or rich uncle lol


So the complete list of what men want from women goes like this:

1.) Respect
2.) Loyalty; every man wants a lady that is loyal to him no matter his financial, economic, etc status
3.) Support; men want support even though they may not loud it due to ego.


Even if your man is Aliko Dangote, try and be making some supportive contributions to you guys daily activities, even if its from the money you saved from the moneys he gave u, he will appreciate it.

If you guys are planning wedding, no matter how much he has, try and support, you can at least use your little savings to pay for the makeup, bridesmaid outfit without asking him, believe me, even if he may say no baby don't do it, he will appreciate it.


4.) Men want obedient and humble lady who doesn't argue everything they say; sometimes pretend like you don't know and just listen to him with joy, he would cherish you.


Not arguing everything he says like you know it all, it is a complete turnoff for most men.

Obedient ladies are wonderful ladies, they take corrections joyfully and make adjustment where necessary but stubborn ladies are a turnoff to men no matter how pretty they are, once a man is done dicking a stubborn lady, he won't even wanna stay close to her or discuss with her or play, his business with her ends at the bedroom.


In the situation you gave, all he needs from you is listen and show some emotion to show you feel his pain and frustration. Don't go fighting the said friend or person, just listen with emotion and if you can tell him to take it easy, that all will be well with time.
Madam!!! You have said it all, exactly what my wife has been doing since the beginning of our marriage!!!
God bless Ma.

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Nairaland / General / Re: Queens College Student That Fixed Eyelashes To School Wore It For A School Play by Abdulhakeem78(m): 1:25pm On Nov 21, 2019
It's academically fallacious to believe the staff that put the video to the public, educators are preventive minds !!!
Even if the girl had fixed it intentionally, there are ways of handling such a delicate issue so as to not lose the girl to the wrong side of the world. An under voiced woman was heard saying in Yoruba that the girl shouldn't come back for anything in QC. WHAT A POOR EDUCATOR!
Since I read the news, I have been waiting for its feedback on Nairaland because no side of my mind supports the poorly made decision.
Education / Re: IPPIS: ASUU Says Buhari Is Becoming Dictatorial by Abdulhakeem78(m): 7:15am On Nov 21, 2019
We are not disturbed but we are worried!





Buhari will change your worrisome to public disturbances, rules are rules ASUU!!! Even, I love to join you sooner smiley

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