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Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 11:57pm On Sep 07
cbrass:


yea but i have really dropped...my major instrument is Trumpet
I wanna learn that thing, it will be a big plus for me
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 3:15am On Sep 06
prevailer247:
I have full pachelbel's "in the garden symphony" in my phone i play it every night
You will love these;
*Chaconne in F minor,

*Toccata in E minor for organ,

*Pachelbel's "variations, Hexachordum Apollini."
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 3:11am On Sep 06
prevailer247:
Chineduemmao which choir part do you sing? I may have a buisness for you
Am a tenor singer, i can also do a little bit of countertenor
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 12:48am On Sep 06
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 12:47am On Sep 06
chineduemmao:
lol... Prevailer i must agree with you on that one: Canon in D is emotional
especially the Katherine jenkins Harmony... cheesy
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 12:44am On Sep 06
prevailer247:
cbrass this is not a lady something biko... cheesy
lol... Prevailer i must agree with you on that one: Canon in D is emotional
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 12:43am On Sep 06
cbrass:


You have posted alot o... I will go through these thread again tomorrow
Invite your interested friends sir
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 12:41am On Sep 06
cbrass:


I remember learning how to play that song on keyboard some years ago
You be boss...

I thought once you've learnt the piano you can play any song without having to learn it separate.
Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 5:04pm On Sep 02
I like the audience arrangement in this concert, wow!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPUWGYez-jg
Romance / Re: Our Mumu Don Do Abeg!!!! by chineduemmao: 3:30pm On Sep 02
gaby:
the way this matter dey do me for body,i no fit bear am again.i don tire to dey wait for tomorrow wey dem don dey promise us since i be small pikin say na we be the future of tomorrow.tomorrow,dem no let us see-lead dem no let us lead.

i don reach 40 years now and i don decide to do something before i pass youth and also e better say i try dan say i just siddon fold hand dey complain so so complain as dem dey use my time join der own come dey oppress me join.

wen dem dey my age dem don rule this country even though say most of them na gun dem take collect the power by force den but the worst tin now be say dem no even give us the chance to take smell access to the military not to talk of to fit take get gun for our own time‎ take change things if e no dey go the way we expect am as e be for their own time.

my people,our papa dem don use their time don befin dey chop our own time and na look we still dey look.dem don even begin chop our own children time and the matter don dey pepper me for body.

i don reason am say my soul no go rest well if i just siddon dey look like lukman and no do anything so i don decide say e better make i do something come‎ even fail than say i no try at all.

na letter wey dem don dey write to dem dem since dem born me na im dem still dey write to dem dem wey me and my children still dey read,wen we wan take write our own letter na.

my people i dey para aswear dis matter dey pepper me for body and i want make we form we own movement as e be say we no get the access wey dem get to take collect power by force or with money,me know say we go fit stop dem once we start this zero blood revolutionary movement wey i wan propose all i need na just people of like minds wey fit put heads together make we reason begin build our own nation.

wetin we need to fight for dis country no be only big grammar we fit take solve‎ am.na one bird like dat talk say wen the hunter don learn to shoot wey e no dey miss himself go learn how to fly without perching.

we need to do come together start something abeg e no matter where we come from or the language wey we dey speak na nigerian get we all.even if we feel say 2019 too near wey me no even think so 2023 no suppose pass us like dat abeg. our mumu don do!!

abeg i wan create watsapp group wey people wey dis matter dey do for body d way e dey do me make we relate begin rub mind start our own movement.

anybody wey dey interested abeg make e drop him number make i add am so dat we fit dey share ideas.

make una no vex for d english abeg.‎

i hail una‎!!!
add me to the whatsapp group 070.343.966.15
Politics / Re: Whatsapp Group For political Discussion For Youths by chineduemmao: 9:24am On Sep 02
[quote author=youngice post=38824885][/quote]add me please... 07034396615

Why not share the whatsapp group link
Politics / Re: Why Is No One Talking About Restructuring Anymore? by chineduemmao: 2:10am On Aug 27
justtoodark:


restructure but corruption is still their....our mindset need to change....restructure will not help anything...may even make the situation more worser sef....
RESTRUCTURING CAN ELIMINATE CORRUPT PRACTICES
Celebrities / Re: "I Might Sue NBC If Ban On ‘This Is Nigeria’ Is Not Lifted" – Falz by chineduemmao: 11:17am On Aug 11
writefreely:
Falz is an idiot for saying 'this is Nigeria, everybody be criminal'...I imagine how that my MEE472 lecturer that year who doesn't take bribe or collect sorting will feel about it. There are good people in this country dammit.
Is dat sarcasm?

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Celebrities / Re: "I Might Sue NBC If Ban On ‘This Is Nigeria’ Is Not Lifted" – Falz by chineduemmao: 11:16am On Aug 11
These people are afraid of the muslim, forget it! The muslim community is always looking for something to call violation of morals and standard...

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Celebrities / Re: Meet Damilola Aina, Model & Actress Who Wants A Rich, Handsome Man For Marriage by chineduemmao: 10:51am On Aug 11
nairavsdollars:
Afonja and money. Take this is Aliko Dangote's number
08033442211
lolololo
Celebrities / Re: ”Staying In An Abusive Marriage Cos Of Financial Gain Is Lame” - Toke Makinwa by chineduemmao: 1:57pm On Aug 10
The most hated book by feminists... but full of truths.

LADIES READ ABEG

Crime / Re: Burial Of Khensani Maseko South African Student Who Committed Suicide After Rape by chineduemmao: 1:43pm On Aug 10
GraGra247:
Much as I sympathize with the lady and all female rape victims, I'd like to point out that women in these modern times have been sooooo psychologically manipulated to feel and believe that rape and sexual harassment should make you feel worthless and frustrated and depressed. In fact should signal the end of your life and dignity. This is why many ladies take their lives afterwards.

So much that if a lady comes out from a rape encounter feeling and looking normal she's made to feel that she's a wh0re or she's doing something wrong.

Unfortunate Ladies and women that got raped in the olden and earlier years of this same earth, still lived their lives to the fullest without trauma or therapy.

guys also experience rape

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Politics / Re: "Two South-East Governors To Join APC" – Okorocha by chineduemmao: 1:18pm On Aug 10
ANIOMADEI2018:
You may hate President Buhari for whatever reason, but there is something every Igbo must agree in his administration.

Since 1999, this is the first time, all the federal roads in southeast are receiving attention. In times like this, we must acknowledge some silent facts.

All the major federal roads in Igboland are under reconstruction, no president since 1999 has remembered us this way in terms of reviving the dearth of federal infrastructures in our region.

Why acknowledging this feat, we must as a people begin to differentiate between ethnic sentiment and genuine projects being upgraded that have direct benefit to our people.

These are some of the federal roads that works are ongoing in Igboland.

Pls verify and confirm.

They are;

1. Oba – Nnewi – Okigwe road linking Anambra state with Imo state.
2. Otuocha – Ibaji – Nzam road in Anambra state.
3. Abakaliki – Onueke-Abomega – A7fikpo road
4. Nnenwe – Uduma – Uburu road connecting Enugu state with Ebonyi state.
5. Oji – Achi – Mmaku – Awgu road in Enugu state.
6. Ozalla – Akpugo – Amagunze road in Enugu state.
7. IkotEkpene – Aba.
8. Enugu-Onitsha expressway.
9. Enugu-PH expressway.

Southeast roads have not had this good.

Let's thank President Buhari for this.

Thunder will fire you with this wrong facts
Politics / Re: 'Buhari Tower' Abuja Named After President Muhammadu Buhari by chineduemmao: 12:54pm On Aug 10
That means these people wants the evil and trauma associated with the name Buhari to live with us forever... embarassed
Politics / Re: Imo Youths Celebrate Uche Nwosu's 43rd Birthday Under Heavy Downpour by chineduemmao: 12:44pm On Aug 10
As much as i can remember Uche is Rochas's minion, that is to say there will be no difference between him and Okorocha... Lets choose wisely this time: "LINUS OKORIE IS THE MAN"
Politics / Re: Imo Youths Celebrate Uche Nwosu's 43rd Birthday Under Heavy Downpour by chineduemmao: 12:37pm On Aug 10
The best shot Imo state has this time after years of bad luck in choosing a governor is Dr. Linus Okorie of YPP.
I have my reasons.
Sports / Re: Disappointed Mourinho Makes Interesting Press Statements About The New Season by chineduemmao: 12:25pm On Aug 10
Pentools:
Pogba is about to escape this impending doom that's about befalling man u.....you are welcomed in advance to the champs depot....

Upper barca!!!!!
badbelle

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Sports / Re: Disappointed Mourinho Makes Interesting Press Statements About The New Season by chineduemmao: 12:24pm On Aug 10
googlelove:
If you talks were like your action, Man united will not be here today
shatap

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Music/Radio / Re: CLASSICALS SECTION: Meet New Classical Singers On Nairaland/internet !!! by chineduemmao: 1:45am On Aug 08
Politics / Re: Defection: Akpabio’s Aides Resign, Say "We Can't Follow You" by chineduemmao: 2:54am On Aug 06
Why are we acting so surprised? APC has taken the bull ny the horn. PDP members are now defecting

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Politics / Re: Mass Defection: What Movement Of Lawmakers Will Do To Political Parties – Wike by chineduemmao: 9:33am On Jul 26
Still the quest for power reigns supreme in their subconscious, maybe they are feeling that APC will lose the forthcoming election they decided to make a quick move.�
Nairaland / General / The Abortion Arguments by chineduemmao: 12:16am On Jul 24
I grew up with an intense moral imperative especially about life, this is partly due to the fact that am inherently rational (proof am human) and due to religious standpoints and upbringing. At this stage, I still see all life as sacred without duress, without subjugations no reservation for destitute reasons to kill at any instant. For me no matter what justifiable reason there is, life is still life.

It beats my imagination how many toll directly opposite to this belief of mine that i consider all rounder like a universal law that should be governing all souls, it could be bigotry on my own side ethnocentric maybe but i know am civil enough not to be a complete bigot there are still rooms for others opinion Irrespective of what i do with them, completely my choice.

How i first processed this message from a facebook friend about how she is greatful of the choice to abort a fetus is rather abysmal, i have never shyed away from a civil discussion before but i lost this one, i couldn't comprehend it. I have kept on asking myself what made this young woman say something like this then i asked her "why are u greatfull for being granted a legall choice to kill a developing child?" She replied first by countering my reference point of a fetus as a developing child and said its rather not called a child in any form cause its not yet of that character to be a child then she went further to explain how she could feel unready at any point in the pregnancy and could be prompted to see the pregnancy as unwanted and this fact gives her the summum right to remove any unwanted object from her body the way she'd remove a tumour. I couldnt reply this, not because i do not know what to say, but because what to say if it fails to convince the nuisance that she has no such rights to objectify an unborn child then whatever i have said, to me is pointless.

She is strong and clearcut in her words she knows what she said but i can justify how misguided they were. This prompted me to throw in a little research about states that have legalised abortion.
I found out that most countries that legalised abortion did so on anecdotal references to stories of rape and unconsesual sex that could have led to trauma on the side of the helpless woman. On a matter of providence, yes cases like that exist but on a very minial fraction (that doesn't mean they should be swept under the carpet). There were over 846,000 abortions in the USA in 2014, of which 50% involved young girls under 24 years.

In our quest to enjoy the full pleasure of sex without having to deal with the consequences we've invented our own logics to suite.
I have been asked if the female body is an incubator that it should be forced to keep what it does not want to. The answer to that question is another question; what is the need for contraceptives?
It is basically true that no contraceptives is 100% efficient it is also true that the small inefficiency of contraceptives are due to the user's fault. I am not preaching about abstinence i don't even know what that word tells but is it not better the world deals with a little bit of human carelessness than experience a mass hysteria of miniature murders rebranded abortion?

Little is being told of the trauma experienced by majority of women who has had abortions by supporters of faith "abortion", they paint a weak picture of its emotional effect on the woman and focus primarily on objectifying the unborn child.

Feminists pulling the strings of abortion rights on the basis of bodily anatomy have failed to realise or rather kept a blind eye to the truth that we have natural roles which is independent of our political or moral inclinations, when it comes to the case of abortion it is no longer what u want for your body but what what u want in relation to its effect on the other guy somewhere inside.
You want to binge, but when it will affect the other guy your binging becomes a crime its as simple as that and should be. I have heard cases where a breastfeeding mother was arrested for drinking, what does the "it-is-my-body-i'll-do-what-i-want" logic do in this case? It is simply helpless so to say, but feminists fail to admit the fact that we are not that free to choose what to or not to do with our own body.

Majority of unwanted pregnancies are teenage and mistaken pregnancies by two consenting adults and not of rape or incest, it is on this note that i maintain that using anecdotes of rape and incest to back-up support for abortion makes the whole situation lack credence and inconsequential because in real life, you first of all consider the majority before the minority, its just common sense.
Celebrities / Re: Nina Resumes Lectures In IMSU, Shares Her Experience by chineduemmao: 2:26am On Jul 12
boring piece of sh!t
Romance / Re: "Boys Boarding School Didn't Turn Your Son Gay, Being Gay Is Hormonal" - Lady by chineduemmao: 3:32am On Jun 27


I understand U cant make a point without insulting pple...I admire the confidence u display by quoting someone u don't know and say his opinion is rubbish.

Like u feel u are superior, once it's not inline with ur opinion, then it's nonsense..... How do u feel now? After having no constructive argument or opinion. But just to insult others so that u can feel good. Oga that's pathetic way to live life..
sorry but unfortunately you need more teaching from ur gay pals to tell u that no known hormone has been linked with your homosexual bullcrap
Romance / Re: "Boys Boarding School Didn't Turn Your Son Gay, Being Gay Is Hormonal" - Lady by chineduemmao: 4:06pm On Jun 09
wildimagination:


Its the same oestrogen...the hormone that makes a woman a woman.
Its the hormone that is more expressed during organogenesis and foetal development that determines the sex of a child because there have been cases of equal male and female hormones expression causing hermaphroditic outcomes, or even girl without vagina opening at all but later corrected with surgery.


Her idealogy as some scientist have theorerize..is that gay guys are just folks with a little too much of oestrogen even though that have a peniss and beard like every other straight guy . Making them like boys like them, and want to behave like girls.... because why would any guy in his right mind like another guy and want to get down with him...So they aren't really insane, it's just the way they feel.

The truth is at some point of our life during development in the womb, we were all females before one hormone either oestrogen or testosterone now supercedes the other and differentiates us into one sex. But anything can go slightly wrong.
see the kin confidence dis one use the type rubbish. mtcheew

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Romance / Re: "Boys Boarding School Didn't Turn Your Son Gay, Being Gay Is Hormonal" - Lady by chineduemmao: 3:57pm On Jun 09
MiddleDimension:


maybe you are the demon!

now tell me who in thia world has evet been turned from homosexuality?
YouTube is your friend, always.
Romance / Re: "Boys Boarding School Didn't Turn Your Son Gay, Being Gay Is Hormonal" - Lady by chineduemmao: 3:55pm On Jun 09
am interested to know the name of the hormone...
foolish humans

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