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Health / Re: Necessity Of Birth Control, Family Planning In Nigeria by adexsimply(m): 4:51pm On Jul 24, 2018
Nosyke:


Try Marie Stopes International and DKT International, they offer a wide range of contraceptive services.
Oh ok. I’ll check out DKT.
Thanks
Health / Re: Necessity Of Birth Control, Family Planning In Nigeria by adexsimply(m): 4:48pm On Jul 24, 2018
transformed:
Over the years some religion use population as a means of conquest, infact it is boldly written in their instruction book. This kind of post only help them in their conquest. Since some places in southern Nigeria and middle belt have started lean house hold policy has propagated in the 70s, i want to believe that Nigeria population have stop to increase. this post was made either from ignorance or deliberately to benefit some group. even china since stopped 1 child policy, Europe are now encouraging their women to born more, Donald Trump now trying stop white population in the US from becoming minority etc. abeg forget about this policy, it can not work
Im sorry to say this, your post shows that you’re either ignorant or just plain tribalistic. Anyone who has above average intelligence knows that overpopulation is, and will continue to be a major problem.

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Health / Re: Necessity Of Birth Control, Family Planning In Nigeria by adexsimply(m): 4:41pm On Jul 24, 2018
NwanyiAwkaetiti:
Why? You'll get fat. God forbid something happens to existing kids nkor
I actually don’t want kids. I don’t have existing kids and I don’t plan on having any smiley
As for getting fat, I’m grossly underweight, so I won’t mind some fat cheesy

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Health / Re: Necessity Of Birth Control, Family Planning In Nigeria by adexsimply(m): 4:32pm On Jul 24, 2018
Nice post. We need to start creating the awareness before this gets out of hands.
I, for one, am considering vasectomy, pity there’s no known specialist in Nigeria.
Phones / Re: Nigerian Lady Electrocuted By Her Phone Connected To Light While Asleep(photos) by adexsimply(m): 7:34am On Jun 19, 2018
Nigerians! Mobile phones can't electrocute you for fvck's sake.

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Sports / Re: We Are All Reds On Saturday:Opel Backs Liverpool To Lift Champions League Trophy by adexsimply(m): 6:33pm On May 25, 2018
Thanks, OPEL!

YNWA
cheesy

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Religion / Re: Stop Bringing Dirty Money To Church - Prophet TB Joshua by adexsimply(m): 8:44am On May 13, 2018
LOL
Family / Re: Should Children Say Thank You To Their Parent(s) After Every Meal? by adexsimply(m): 11:12am On Oct 06, 2017
Daeylar:

I agree.



Neither do I, I just felt to say it after every single meal eaten was excessive, that's why I gave a suggestion of a middle ground in my post, but to each his own, as long as the child grows up to be thankful and learns to not take anything for granted, that's the goal
Correct.

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Family / Re: Should Children Say Thank You To Their Parent(s) After Every Meal? by adexsimply(m): 11:09am On Oct 06, 2017
Cuddlebugie:
Little wonder we have many entitled adults who are very unappreciative of what they have been blessed with, believes the world revolves around them and are insensitive to the feelings of others. What harm is there in instilling grateful feelings in your child not just for the 'big' gifts but for provision of their basic needs?
Parents who "instill" grateful feelings in their children on the basis of providing meals for them only want their egos stroked.
The emboldened text is unfounded. A child/adult will turn out to be entitled and unappreciative regardless of how "they reacted to being fed" by their parents. "Thank you" is just mere words which doesn't show how appreciative you are of something -- your actions and gestures are a better judge of how you "feel".
Family / Re: Should Children Say Thank You To Their Parent(s) After Every Meal? by adexsimply(m): 10:52am On Oct 06, 2017
As a parent, expecting your child(ren) to show gratitude after providing them meals is total BS. You brought them to this world against their will so feeding them is something they are entitled to. There are other ways you can teach your children to show gratitude, feeding them shouldn't be part except you're running an orphanage.
Webmasters / Re: HELP: My WP Posts Redirects To A Page by adexsimply(m): 9:27am On Sep 17, 2017
Go to "permalinks settings" and select "post name" under "Common Settings", then save changes. If that doesn't fix it, then....

There are gazillions of nice templates (free) out there, why are you using that horrible template?

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Science/Technology / Re: Man Left Confused After Seeing This Rare Type Of Fish In Rivers State. Photos by adexsimply(m): 10:29am On Aug 18, 2017
lycan2:
SPOILER ALERT IN GOT ,LITTLE FINGER XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked tongue tongue tongue tongue
This is not only childish, it's the silliest act I've ever seen all my adult life
Art, Graphics & Video / Re: Let's Draw! A Hand (Lessons on how to draw) by adexsimply(m): 5:10pm On Jun 07, 2017
Onegai:
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Hello, please can I send you a PM?
Education / Re: Top 23 Most Expensive Secondary Schools In Nigeria With Mind Blowing Fees! by adexsimply(m): 1:25pm On Apr 21, 2017
AmbodOfLASU:



Do secondary school students run IT programmes?
I don't think so
Education / Re: Application Procedure For NLNG Prize For Science – 2017 [the Prize Is $100, 000] by adexsimply(m): 3:46pm On Apr 12, 2017
MrRichy:
it would be nearly impossible for someone who studied in a Nigerian university to win the prize...
It'd be very very difficult, not impossible. It's time, capital, and resource-intensive. Not to talk of the fact that a single individual can not execute this alone.
Music/Radio / Re: 50 Songs By Other Africans That Were Hits In Nigeria by adexsimply(m): 9:10pm On Feb 21, 2017
naptu2:
She was a regular guest at the Nigerian Music Awards in the late '80s and early '90s.

I think this performance was at the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1967 (she had previously appeared on the Tonight Show in 1963).


Cc adexsimply

Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNeP3hrm__k
Funny enough, this was the first video I viewed on YouTube. I was so glued to her live performance that I kept replaying over and over. I'm still wondering how I never knew of Miriam Makeba till last night, she looked so happy and beautiful.

I've been shamelessly humming and dancing to this song all day. I LOVE MAKEBA

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Music/Radio / Re: 50 Songs By Other Africans That Were Hits In Nigeria by adexsimply(m): 11:11pm On Feb 20, 2017
naptu2:

34) Pata Pata - Miriam Makeba (South Africa)


Thanks OP!!!! I've been searching for this song for years. I used to think it was by Brenda Fassie, I once played almost all her tracks on youtube all because of this song. I knew this song would make your list so I typed each song(from your list) on youtube (starting from number 1).
Thank you!!!!!
Religion / Re: Does A Nigerian Pastor Truly Need A Private Jet? by adexsimply(m): 2:14pm On Dec 18, 2016
vizkiz:
Poverty mentality.

So it is okay for a millionaire, politician and a musician to have private jets but a pastor is subjected to suffering right?

Serving God doesn't mean you shouldn't enjoy things because the earth is the lord's and the fullness therein

Before most of you (seun inclusive) come to nairaland to type junk maybe you should just take a minute and go through the Bible then read with your IQ (if you have any) not just rush to prove a void point
The fact that you have no inkling what "IQ" means has rendered all you said (which doesn't make sense, btw) useless.

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Religion / Re: How Often Do You Read Your Bible? by adexsimply(m): 7:19am On Dec 18, 2016
JesusPowers:

You might likely be a difficult person in real life with this mindset.
Mindset? How's that a mindset? Tell me more about a difficult person
Romance / Re: 7 Types Of Prayers For Change And Healing by adexsimply(m): 7:18am On Dec 18, 2016
fulaniHERDSman:
Seen!


I am something, i ran away with peoples money ... who am i? grin cheesy
A thief

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Romance / Re: 7 Types Of Prayers For Change And Healing by adexsimply(m): 7:14am On Dec 18, 2016
If only prayer were effective

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Religion / Re: The Truth Concerning Temptation by adexsimply(m): 7:09am On Dec 18, 2016
cool
Religion / Re: The Truth Concerning Temptation by adexsimply(m): 7:09am On Dec 18, 2016
Temptation ? Really? Temptation is a con word. As long as you're human and blood flows through your veins, you're automatically inclined to do some things which the "Holy Bible" labels "SIN"

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Religion / Re: How Often Do You Read Your Bible? by adexsimply(m): 7:08am On Dec 18, 2016
When I want to show the owner the fallacies and contradictions it contains

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Religion / Re: Why We Should Have An Encounter With God by adexsimply(m): 7:05am On Dec 18, 2016
I think it should be the other way round. "Why God should have an encounter with everyone"
The onus of proof lies with him--That is if he really exists

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Career / Re: Female Student Sells Crayfish To Sponsor Herself In School (Pics) by adexsimply(m): 4:45pm On Dec 17, 2016
dovelike:

My friend zzzziip it. Are you any better than the so called useless girls?
Ayam not understanding, are you one of the useless girls he was referring to?

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Career / Re: Resigned After 2 Days, See Why by adexsimply(m): 10:46am On Dec 03, 2016
drnoel:


[size=4pt]Probably the best decision but then how do u survive after quitting?
Worked in a place before as a research assistant where we were expected to work Monday to Monday with no free days. The pay was horrible but I hung on cos I was desperate then and didn't have enof experience. They took 3 years of my life till one day I couldn't take it anymore I approached the boss for a raise, he refused so I told him I would quit. He just laughed at me and called my bluff. I quit 3 days later. He called me immediately he got my quit and asked me what my terms where to restart. I told him. He told me I didn't have the credentials to ask for those terms. That was when I started fishing out my documents. I joined the research team as a student, did my masters with them and my post doctorate which he had personally supervised. I submitted all those documents before and never heard anything. I had before then tried severely to speak with him but he kept avoiding me hence my decision to quit.

He looked at the documents I presented him and smiled then said that he had seen those documents and would offer me a lesser position to the one I felt I was entitled to, the position he accepted to offer me was much better than the one I initially had but still under my level. That was when I knew that he had no good intentions for me.
I told him what I wanted and he said if only I had a certain professional certificate he would have given me that position within a twinkle of an eye. I looked him in the eye and pulled out the certificate to that professional exam he had just spoken about.

I had taken that exam a year before and had done it behind his back. Normally one needed to inform the departmental director before sitting for any professional exam but he was so convinced that I needed him so he didn't bother to read some documents I had slipped him to sign a year ago.
U can imagine the shock on his face as he saw the certificate. Still he told me "let me think about it".

They offered me the job and position I asked for but I refused the salary scale and asked for something higher and it was approved the next day. The contract was brought to my house by his secretary. I apologized and rejected the job.

When he called me to find out why I rejected. I told him cos I felt my efforts will be better appreciated elsewhere. He freaked out.
Met him at a seminar some weeks back and we spoke like old friends[/size]

Now!! This is the kind of testimony I love reading. You need to get to a stage where you can tell the employer to go f**k themselves!

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Career / Re: Resigned After 2 Days, See Why by adexsimply(m): 8:39am On Dec 03, 2016
I got into one 2 months ago in my quest for "self-discipline".

Despite the fact that my trip to work is 2 hours long, it's expected of everyone to get to work at 8am. You can't leave till around 8pm and you'll still have to work at home in the night if the ongoing project has not been completed. I leave home at 6am and get home at 10pm +, including Saturdays.

I continued because I loved my teammates and I was of the opinion that I could get them to join me in the execution of my startup. The pay was ridiculous and the boss threatens everyone. I played along for 2 months and made myself almost indispensable to him...

I decided I've had enough when he wanted to compensate me and he gave me cash that's not even enough for my weekly sub. I made him understand that I'm the one helping him and not the other way round. He called me in the middle of the night and started giving me different offers. It's too late, except he'll accept that I work remotely.

I'm my own boss.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: See My Qualifications. Who Can Employ Me? by adexsimply(m): 8:42pm On Dec 02, 2016
Dpredictor:


I stay in Lagos..

I am good.. I can't say I am perfect because we learn new things everyday smiley
Ok
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: See My Qualifications. Who Can Employ Me? by adexsimply(m): 8:14pm On Dec 01, 2016
How good is your graphics design skills? Where are you located?
Webmasters / Re: The Problem With Most Nigerian Web Hosts. by adexsimply(m): 7:22am On Nov 30, 2016
I've made up my mind to stop patronizing them all. The most infuriating part is the way they just suspend your account and reset without given any form of warning angry
Religion / Re: God Says We Should Not Kill, But How Will A Professional Soldier Cope In War? by adexsimply(m): 2:14pm On Nov 27, 2016
If my memory serves me right, he had a lot of personal assassins, David was the head of his squad. I can't even compute the number of death he was responsible for in his time.

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