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Travel / Anyone In The Vegas Area by Bhola(f): 2:37am On Apr 02, 2011
Reside or know anyone in Las Vegas area? Please holla at minexclusively@gmail.com.

Thanks!
Politics / Re: How Does The Thieving Of Corrupt Nigerians Affect Their Kids? by Bhola(f): 3:22am On Nov 11, 2010
So, lets talk about the topic. To curse or not to curse? I am a great believer in cursing Nigerian politicians, up to their sixth generations. I refuse to make friends with kids of politicians. I know someone that I will never date. I told him, there is no way in hell I would date him, simply because his dad was/is a politician. I know how many people have rained curses on him. Even me sef, I have. So why on earth will I want to fi ori ko epe (collect curse for my head)?

Someone asked me how that is the politician’s fault. Ok, here is the scenario, as the governor of a state, you decided to steal all the money and put it in your account. You refused to pay civil servants their salaries. Now, a child is brought to the hospital, her parents both work for Ministry of Miserable, they haven’t been paid for six months. The hospital is not fully equipped and it took about 4 hours before they were acknowledged. At this point the child is dead. She died of common stomach ache. Now, who is at fault? The parents for wanting a treatment for their kid? The hospital staffs that were nowhere to be found? Or the governor that decided to better his life and the life of his family alone? If the parents rain curses on the governor and his six generations to come, are they justified? If they say, may the governor never know peace and may all the kids that are their kid’s age, die, are they justified? Probably. When you are in pain, and the pain could have been deviated, if something was done on time, you will definitely feel like cursing any and everybody that could have fixed that problem.

What we sow, we will surely reap. For all the kids that did not go to school, because your dad used the money to send you to school in America; for all the parents that could not afford food, because your mother used their salaries to get a tummy tuck; for all the young men that died from joining bad groups because they couldncouldn't a job and have been unemployed for years. For all of these people that all they did was to be unfortunate to be born in Nigeria and your parents caused them agony, may your parents and the next six generations, know agony and may peace never reign in you abode.

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Family / Re: He Want To Be My Driver by Bhola(f): 3:50am On Sep 28, 2010
Netotse and Siena, you guys did well. What you do not understand about the average Nigerian is the oga-driver mentality. The average driver in Nigeria is like you both stated, a sub-human. Someone you can yell at and just about treat anyhow. And they wonder why Nigeria is the way it is.

Truth be told, I could see my father making a similar request, cos that man can not sit in one place to save his life.

Personally, I love the reference to MIL made by Net. Good comparison. That said, I know Siena is married, Net nko? "Wink wink"
Politics / Re: Becomerich Bows Out Of NL by Bhola(f): 1:18pm On Sep 17, 2010
That's too funny Jakumo. Will you wife me? Please. Pretty please. I laugh die.
Politics / Re: Jakumu English Nonsense. You Do Not Know How To Write English.(junk English) by Bhola(f): 7:30pm On Jul 19, 2010
This is the funniest poo. Becomerich is calling Jakumo out. This is too funny. You hyprocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye. I mean come on people, do anyone understand Becomerich's posts? I honestly believe BMR do not exist. Someone can't be this passionate about maps and electricity engineering.

If you don't understand witty comments, that's one thing. But to call Jakumo, fake. Now that's pushing it.

Jakumo nothing do you jare. Some of us gbadun you die.
Family / Re: My Greatest Challenge As An Orphan by Bhola(f): 2:04am On May 21, 2010
I remember reading this thread and thinking, how sad. But, I have been bitten more than once. I remember another nairalander that was writing his finals as a chartered accountant and needed a place to stay. Short story shorter, 200k later, two years later, he is no where to be found.

Menek, I wish you the best. I'll pray for you.
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 11:57pm On Apr 26, 2010
uchsam:

06442345gh

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Record does not exist!
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 11:52pm On Apr 26, 2010
uchsam:

06453355gf

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Candidate Name:
OLISAKWE EVANGELINE OBIANUJU 

Gender:
FEMALE

Registration Number:
06453355GF


Exam Number:
29711344

Exam Centre:
INST OF CONTINUING EDUC, WARRI 


EXAMINATION RESULT
Subject Score Subject Score
Use of English
61
Chemistry
65

Biology
75
Physics
70


Please contact JAMB office
Aggregate: 271
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 11:48pm On Apr 26, 2010
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Candidate Name:
NWABUEZE VITALIS JONATHAN

Gender:
MALE

Registration Number:
05401496EF

Exam Number:
08104342

Exam Centre:
SUNSHINE INT SECSCH, 13 HARBOUR ROAD, ONNE


EXAMINATION RESULT
Subject Score Subject Score
Use of English
57
Chemistry
70

Physics
67
Mathematics
51


Please contact JAMB office
Aggregate: 245
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 11:47pm On Apr 26, 2010
chipet:

Guys pls help me with this
Reg: 06180675BB
Name: Ajemba Peter Amaechi (Mine)

Reg:05401496EF
Name: Nwabueze Vitalis (My friend`s)

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Candidate Name:
AJEMBA AMAECHI PETER 

Gender:
MALE

Registration Number:
06180675BB

Exam Number:
24205021

Exam Centre:
GASKIYA JNR COLLEGE, BADIA, GASKIYA COLLEGE ROAD, BADIA-IJORA 


EXAMINATION RESULT
Subject Score Subject Score
Use of English
64
Chemistry
45

Biology
69
Mathematics
44


Please contact JAMB office
Aggregate: 222
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 11:44pm On Apr 26, 2010
ella.b:

pls chk dis 4 me.
Reg no:06433556AE.
Reg no:05891048GC.
Tanks.

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Candidate Name:
ELIJAH JULIAN A 

Gender:
FEMALE

Registration Number:
06433556AE


Exam Number:
29402268

Exam Centre:
GOVT GIRLS COLLEGE, ALONG JOS ROAD, WAMBA, CTR 2 


EXAMINATION RESULT
Subject Score Subject Score
Use of English
50
Physics
45

Chemistry
45
Biology
40


Please contact JAMB office
Aggregate: 180 

Reg no:05891048GC
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Record does not exist!
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 11:40pm On Apr 26, 2010
uchsam:

06452463cb

Candidate Name:
UGBOSANMI HANNAH

Gender:
FEMALE

Registration Number:
06452463CB

Exam Number:
29711316

Exam Centre:
INST OF CONTINUING EDUC, WARRI


EXAMINATION RESULT
Subject Score Subject Score
Use of English
43
Government
64

Christian Rel.
39
Lit. in English
67


Please contact JAMB office
Aggregate: 213

Total - 213
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 11:35pm On Apr 26, 2010
05786846DH - Record does not exist.
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 4:45am On Apr 25, 2010
06115447EA - 239
05462664GH - 256
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 7:05pm On Apr 24, 2010
I'll help check once the site works. I can just imagine how stressful this must be.
Food / Re: Pls Can Anyone Tell Me How I Can Slice An Onion Without Crying? Lol by Bhola(f): 7:02pm On Apr 24, 2010
If you have a match box, put two or three match sticks in your mouth while cutting. The chemical on the tip of the sticks, will absorb the chemical coming out of the onion that's making your eye water.

Also, freeze the onion before slicing. That stops the release of the chemical.

Though, it is actually good to "cry" when slicing onions. It helps to cleanse your eyes.

These are the ways I have tried and works great for me.
Education / Re: JAMB UTME Result 2010 WHAT NEXT? by Bhola(f): 12:36am On Apr 24, 2010
06438755CG - 172
05684651AF - 237
05684637EC - 272
05022315GC - 207
05022315GF - No record found.

All the best y'all!
Politics / Re: Are You Sincrerly Ready To Be A Part Of The Genuine Force To Restore Our Nation by Bhola(f): 2:20am On Mar 02, 2009
Wow Blacksta? Interesting comment about NDM. Pray tell, how long did it take you to get a degree? That's a genuine question by the way. NDM is barely 2 weeks old and you expect all the problems in Nigeria to be solved by now. Quite interesting.

OP, some of us are already doing something. It took Nigeria 49 yrs to be what she is now, it won't change overnight. You can join us and lets have positive moves in all areas.
Politics / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 9:02pm On Feb 14, 2009
There is a general/introduction meeting tomorrow, 15th of February at 6pm UK time, 7pm Nigerian time.

Here is how to participate:

Email us at ndmnigeria@gmail.com and someone will get back to you on how to register.

Thanks,
Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved!
Politics / Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 8:59pm On Feb 14, 2009
Written by BOSS.

Education is not a privilege but a right as well as a priority for any nation that wants to survive.

There is no way a building with shaky foundation will have an everlasting structure. Examination malpractices are so rampant in our institutions to the point that not making the minimum requirement guarantees an admission neither does satisfying the minimum requirement guarantees a place except you know your way. University are being closed at will. Our institutions are places to practise cultism, raping, kidnapping. In place of working hard and spending a lot of time in the library and in group discussion, now students device many different ways to survive in the system. Students spend their cash and body in obtaining what they want. Unfortunately, we as a nation can only reap where we sow.

Lecturers miss classes with impunity. Our present leader was once a university lecturer but he’s closed he’s only done well by paying lip service to the ills of the education sectors. Students are no more willing to learn but look for short cuts to good grades and certificates without actually working for it.

Our university representatives are being bought. We could collectively let them know they’re no more speaking for us. Students should see the power that was once manifested in them as in the days of old. The memories of student power in the early nineties are still fresh and I believe the firing power is still there. More and more students are travelling abroad to get an education of more eminence. How about the families that cannot afford it? How about the consequences brain drain?

After all in the 70s and early 80s when educational institutions were of very high standard, the trend for foreign education was negligible. Some opinions even have it that, then only the ‘never-do-wells’ scurried abroad for further education. What then has led to the present decay in Education?

Let’s join hands together in putting this madness to an end. If we act, the younger generation will live to enjoy a better and a more prosperous Nigeria. Thereafter progress and tranquility will rain in this country and our nation will be full of future youths who are gainfully employed.

We are poised with the struggle for youth matters as it affects the youths and our nation, and map out ways that will better our community and the country in general. To acknowledge a fault is to take the first step in its transformation. A problem known is a problem solved. We are willing to sacrifice our time, efforts, energy and everything we have to save our country’s educational system. It’s up to me and you.

Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved!
Politics / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 8:52pm On Feb 14, 2009
HF, good question. We do not expect you to register for something you do not know anything about. We have explained what we are doing on the pages of this particular thread. If you go to the health section, we have a write up there too.

Nigerian Development Movement is not about one person or group of people. It is about everyone. The key is action. Less talk and more action. We all know the problems facing Nigeria. We can all write about them all. Now, we want action and that is what the movement is about. It is a peaceful movement. We are not going to fight or resolve into violent. We will do the best we can. We want positive move in Nigeria and we welcome you. We also know, you have your ideas and you will contribute your quota.

Thanks,
Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved!
Health / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved! Health Committee by Bhola(f): 8:43pm On Feb 14, 2009
Doctors and medical personnel, I am sure you have one idea or the other that the movement can use, especially in the health sector. Will you please join us and help us have positive moves in Nigeria. As stated in the first post, this movement is about action and less talk. We all know what the problems are in Nigeria, now is not the time to talk only, it is time to talk, offer solutions and back them up with actions.

There is a general/introduction meeting tomorrow, 15th of February at 6pm UK time, 7pm Nigerian time.

Here is how to participate:

Email us at ndmnigeria@gmail.com and someone will get back to you on how to register.

Thanks,
Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved!
Health / Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved! Health Committee by Bhola(f): 8:36pm On Feb 14, 2009
Written by Wale

To say there are good hospitals in Nigeria is almost like saying there is constant power supply! They just don't exist. It is sad that in the 21st century, many people in Nigeria still suffer from diseases that have long been forgotten in the advanced world. Malaria, Diarrhea, Cholera, the list is endless. Our people do not only lack access to basic health facilities, we are also so prone to contacting these diseases due to our sad and deplorable living conditions. Things are so bad that even the President of the Nation cannot be treated at home and has to fly abroad for treatment. While the rich and affluent go abroad to be treated, the average Nigerian is left to his fate to die in the hands of quack doctors and self medication. It is so bad now that people no longer die because diseases are incurable, they die because they cannot afford the drugs. A visit to a Nigerian people will open our eyes to see people dying or suffering from diseases that can be cured with as little as 1000naira (4 pounds, 8USD!).

It is one of the so many reasons why the Nigerian Development Movement has decided to have Health as one of its focal points. The health of the citizens of a Nation is as important as the wealth of that Nation. A people of sound body, will have sound mind and then be able to think clearly. Our aim is not only to see ways of making suggestions to govt on how the heath sector can be improved, but also seeking ways of helping as many people. You will be surprised how many lives can be saved by digging one borehole here and another there, in villages and local communities. You will also be surprised at how many lives can be saved by volunteering in hospitals (for medical doctors). The movement is also open to suggestions on ways to contribute and seriously affect the Nigerian Health sector. As always, continue to post your suggestions on this thread and sign up on ndmnigeria@gmail.com if you are interested in joining the Health group or any other available group. It should be noted, this is a movement. We are not prepared to make too much noise, the aim is to do as much as we can, your support is needed.

Let it be known, that we may not be able to build thousands of hospitals, we may not be able to raise the standard of living of the average Nigerian, we may not be able to give out free drugs to the Nigerian on the street, but I assure you, WE WILL DO OUR BEST!

Nigeria Development Movement - Get involved
Politics / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 8:30pm On Feb 14, 2009
HF, how about you register, and come find out yourself? Come on in and share with us. We will be glad to have you.

I am sure you have the best interest of Nigeria at heart.

Thanks,

Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved!
Politics / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 6:05pm On Feb 12, 2009
Thanks Gamine. Sitting back and watching, is why we are here. We all know what problems are facing the country. We can all write a book about it all. The difference here is this, we are done talking. Here is a new movement, you talk, you provide solution, we back it up with action. That's what Nigerian Development Movement is about.
Politics / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 10:29pm On Feb 11, 2009
Wow Brein. This is the type of excitement we need. Yes there will be a website and much more.

Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved!
Politics / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 12:54am On Feb 11, 2009
How many times have you thought about the situations in Nigeria? How many times have you thought, how can these keep happening? Why is nothing happening?

Now is the time to join hands together and have positive moves in Nigeria. Can it be done? Yes. Will it take time? Sure. But I also believe, doing a little here and there, will make things better.

Are you convinced you want to do something? Are you ready to speak up and offer solutions and back it up with actions? Please send a mail to ndmnigeria@gmail.com and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved!!!
Politics / Re: Nairaland Political Party? by Bhola(f): 1:29am On Feb 09, 2009
Actually, brein and seyi brown, if you click on the link that Sky Blue has over there, you will get the new thread and the already on-going plan. Please check it out and get involved! Thanks

Here is the link again:

https://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-230880.0.html
Politics / Re: Nigerian Development Movement - Get Involved by Bhola(f): 9:41pm On Feb 08, 2009
Xavier, we can't keep asking God. We need to do.

Get involved and come contribute. I am sure you have a lot to say and do.
Politics / Re: Nairaland Political Party? by Bhola(f): 8:10pm On Feb 07, 2009
Count me in.

So 6pm UK time, 1pm US Eastern time, 12 noon US Central time.

I guess we all can spread the word.
Literature / Re: Sandra Brown Fans by Bhola(f): 4:47am On Feb 03, 2009
Read all her books. Not sure if I am a fan tho, cos I can't remember half of them sef. Awesome writer!
Islam for Muslims / Re: What Qur'an Says About Jesus by Bhola(f): 4:28am On Jan 29, 2009
This is what I enjoy most here, Babs and co, when you want to defend something, you quote the bible. When a xtian say something from the bible, you say it is corrupt. Please make up your mind. Is it corrupt or not? And if it is, how do u know? I mean, where is the uncorrupted one you are comparing it with? Abi, you just know it is corrupt ni?

Jesus was never a Muslim. They can keep telling you the same thing over and over and over and over again, it doesn't make it true. Maybe, just maybe, you will spend 85% studying your quran and just leave our corrupt bible alone. Its a wonder, how many of you know the bible inside out and very few xtians have ever touched not to talk of read the quran, cos frankly, it doesn't make sense. Seriously, when I read some quote on here, I have to read it like twice to understand.

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