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Celebrities / Re: May D And His Cute Son!! by executinal(m): 12:06am On Nov 13, 2013
The picture look like 1980.
Nairaland / General / Re: How Did You Spend Your Today Sunday [my Pics For Today Outing] by executinal(m): 3:41pm On Nov 11, 2013
deejay_harry1: for my side..na ESCAPE albino we dey call them

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Politics / Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by executinal(m): 5:07pm On Nov 07, 2013
Why are we complaining?? Nairaland promote and encourage hatred between us here. Do you guys think that other foreigner do not visit nairaland??

Instead we join hands together and make this country great, rather we fight for APC, PDP JPG etc.

In naija we do not respect each other, tell me how do you expect other nation to respect us??

we are our own problem.

Wait and see responds that will be coming in now.

Nigeria is their own problem


Nairaland / General / How Indians Treat Foreigners by executinal(m): 11:26pm On Nov 06, 2013
Just saw this on you-tube and i could not believe what this Indians did to our Nigeria boy.

I saw a topic today on front page, asking if Indian bosses in Nigeria are that bad?? My answer is in this video.

I hope Nigeria government take serious action towards the Indians over this maltreatment, even if the guy in question commit any offence, i hope the right place to take him should be the police station and not heating him as if he is snake or animal.

I was even dumbfounded when i noticed that the police were even there when the incidence was happening, if this is to be Naija, i wonder what the police would have to to anybody that will touch any foreigner in our land.

Here is the video

Politics / Re: South-East, South-South Professionals Tell Oduah To Quit by executinal(m): 1:35pm On Oct 30, 2013
Quite for what if i may ask?? Oduah is not the first neither will she be the last. She should remain.

What happened to Facrook after all the evidence before him??

What happened to Bankole after all the evidence before him??

Tafa balogun nko??

Joe Boy be wise, they want to use this against you and Ndigbo.



European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Arsenal Vs Chelsea: Capital One Cup - (0 - 2) On 29th October 2013 by executinal(m): 11:12pm On Oct 29, 2013
You this Abuja boy, you better leave me alone and face your chelsea.

Leave my Chelsea and i will leave you alone
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Arsenal Vs Chelsea: Capital One Cup - (0 - 2) On 29th October 2013 by executinal(m): 11:10pm On Oct 29, 2013
Afam4eva: God punish both Arsena; and chelsea. Useless teams. Useless league. No wonder UEFA pays not attention to that ogbanje league where mediocre teams like chelsea keep winning matches like say tomorrow no dey. Thank God for the UCl where average teams like Basel disgrace and humilate akpu teams like chelsea.

Keep on crying boy. The more bad-luck you wish Chelsea, the more success they acquire.

Keep on dying in shame grin grin grin grin grin grin
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Arsenal Vs Chelsea: Capital One Cup - (0 - 2) On 29th October 2013 by executinal(m): 11:00pm On Oct 29, 2013
Afam4eva: I want to congratulate Arsenal for winning this match already.

Don't you ever get tired?? check your BP first thing tomorrow morning
Nairaland / General / Re: Nigerians Top Forbes’ African Person Of The Year Shortlist by executinal(m): 9:40pm On Oct 29, 2013
Gradually i will get there. Just very soon.

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European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Chelsea Vs Manchester City (2 - 1) On 27th October 2013 by executinal(m): 7:11pm On Oct 27, 2013
Afam4eva: I want to use this opportunity to congratulate Manchester City for a job well done. They controlled the game and made the chelsea players look like headlesss chickens. They can't be blamed by a mistake made by one of their defenders. chelsea are known to capitalize on other people's misfortune to shine in their own myopic way. God punish chelsea this year. They'll never smell any trophy this year. They'll lose to the likes of Stoke, Wigan, Aston villaa at home. Their coach will be sacked before the season ends. They'll change their jersey from blue to black and change their logo to akpu. Useless team.

See frustration. Oboy no die of high BP because of Chelsea grin grin grin grin grin grin


Travel / Re: Ogun Begins Construction Of Light Rail In Sango-Ijoko-Akute-Alagbole by executinal(m): 9:56am On Oct 24, 2013
Source = Facebook grin grin grin grin grin grin
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Arsenal V Dortmund: UCL (1 - 2) On 22nd October 2013 by executinal(m): 9:50pm On Oct 22, 2013
Flamini is the heart of Arsenal midfield. No Flamini no Ozil and co
Music/Radio / Re: Which Skelewu Video Do You Prefer? (sesan Or Moe Musa) by executinal(m): 9:32am On Oct 22, 2013
Prefer Sesan version to Moe Musa
Business / Re: FG To Convert Federal Reserves To Chinese Currency by executinal(m): 9:20am On Oct 21, 2013
The Dollar is gradually falling. No time good observation and nice approach too
Celebrities / Re: Yinka Ayefele’s Band-boys Disappear During US Tour by executinal(m): 7:00pm On Oct 18, 2013

Musiwa should track them using his Satellite picture cheesy cheesy

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Celebrities / Re: Jim Iyke Tweets About TB Joshua Being Real or Fake by executinal(m): 6:40pm On Oct 18, 2013
Fashion / Re: Saka & Chika Ike On The Cover Of City People's Fashion Magazine by executinal(m): 6:38pm On Oct 18, 2013
Okija_juju: FTC....

Otito dirigible Jesu...

Even you grin grin grin grin
Education / Re: Was Your Choice Of Course Influenced By Your Parents? by executinal(m): 4:28pm On Oct 18, 2013

But seriously are you a babalawo?

LMAO grin grin grin
Nairaland / General / Re: 701,000 People Are Enslaved In Nigeria -Survey by executinal(m): 4:28pm On Oct 17, 2013
Only that
Fashion / Re: Corporate Portraits Of White Women With Black Hairstyles.. by executinal(m): 9:35am On Oct 16, 2013
Politics / Re: Edo Cults Unite To Fight Kidnapping, robbery by executinal(m): 9:45am On Oct 14, 2013

Use juju fight juju
Politics / Re: World Bank Partners FG To Recover 185m Euro Abacha Loot by executinal(m): 9:30am On Oct 14, 2013
Mehn some leaders are simply heartless. Can you imagine the figure and the annoying part of it is that he equally got some reserve yet to be identify from other world banks.
Sports / Re: We Will Teach Nigeria A Lesson - Ethiopia Coach Boasts by executinal(m): 2:08pm On Oct 11, 2013
The football pitch that is the Eagles would be playing Sunday’s match could best be described as a grazing ground for animals.

Really?? grin grin grin grin grin grin
Food / Re: 5 Weird Animals Nigerians Eat by executinal(m): 12:40pm On Oct 10, 2013
Sports / Re: Nigeria Vs Ethiopia Match Will Not Be Shown Live In Nigeria by executinal(m): 12:31pm On Oct 10, 2013
What the Bleep is wrong with this TV right nonsense
Phones / Re: Controlling Cockroaches With Your Phone by executinal(m): 3:42pm On Oct 09, 2013
Na Oyibo product abi? We agree
Religion / Re: Spiritual Vitamins A To Z by executinal(m): 11:07am On Oct 09, 2013
Na real spiritual vitamin cheesy cheesy cheesy
Food / Top 10 Most Unhealthy, Cancer-causing Foods – Never Eat These Again! by executinal(m): 9:59am On Oct 07, 2013
The statement “everything causes cancer” has become a popular hyperbole, and one that some people use as rhetorical fodder to excuse their own dietary and lifestyle failures, particularly as they pertain to cancer risk. But the truth of the matter is that many common food items have, indeed, been scientifically shown to increase cancer risk, and some of them substantially. Here are 10 of the most unhealthy, cancer-causing foods that you should never eat again:

1) Genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). It goes without saying that GMOs have no legitimate place in any cancer-free diet, especially now that both GMOs and the chemicals used to grow them have been shown to cause rapid tumor growth. But GMOs are everywhere, including in most food derivatives made from conventional corn, soybeans, and canola. However, you can avoid them by sticking with certified organic, certified non-GMO verified, and locally-grown foods that are produced naturally without biotechnology (http://www.naturalnews.com).

2) Processed meats. Most processed meat products, including lunch meats, bacon, sausage, and hot dogs, contain chemical preservatives that make them appear fresh and appealing, but that can also cause cancer. Both sodium nitrite and sodium nitrate have been linked to significantly increasing the risk of colon and other forms of cancer, so be sure to choose only uncured meat products made without nitrates, and preferably from grass-fed sources (http://www.organicconsumers.org/foodsafety/processedmeat050305.cfm).

3) Microwave popcorn. They might be convenient, but those bags of microwave popcorn are lined with chemicals that are linked to causing not only infertility but also liver, testicular, and pancreatic cancers. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognizes the perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in microwave popcorn bag linings as “likely” carcinogenic, and several independent studies have linked the chemical to causing tumors. Similarly, the diacetyl chemical used in the popcorn itself is linked to causing both lung damage and cancer (http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/QAA400701/Microwave-Popcorn-Threat.html).

4) Soda pop. Like processed meats, soda pop has been shown to cause cancer as well. Loaded with sugar, food chemicals, and colorings, soda pop acidifies the body and literally feeds cancer cells. Common soda pop chemicals like caramel color and its derivative 4-methylimidazole (4-MI) have also specifically been linked to causing cancer (http://www.naturalnews.com/031383_caramel_coloring_cola.html)

5) ‘Diet’ foods, beverages. Even worse than conventional sugar-sweetened soda pop, though, is “diet” soda pop and various other diet beverages and foods. A recent scientific review issued by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) of more than 20 separate research studies found that aspartame, one of the most common artificial sweeteners, causes a range of illnesses including birth defects and cancer. Sucralose (Splenda), saccharin and various other artificial sweeteners have also been linked to causing cancer (http://www.dailymail.co.uk).

6) Refined ‘white’ flours. Refined flour is a common ingredient in processed foods, but its excess carbohydrate content is a serious cause for concern. A study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Mile Markers, and Prevention found that regular consumption of refined carbohydrates was linked to a 220 percent increase in breast cancer among women. High-glycemic foods in general have also been shown to rapidly raise blood sugar levels in the body, which directly feeds cancer cell growth and spread (http://www.naturalnews.com/001812_cancer_prevention.html).

7) Refined sugars. The same goes for refined sugars, which tend to rapidly spike insulin levels and feed the growth of cancer cells. Fructose-rich sweeteners like high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) are particularly offensive, as cancer cells have been shown to quickly and easily metabolize them in order to proliferate. And since cookies, cakes, pies, sodas, juices, sauces, cereals, and many other popular, mostly processed, food items are loaded with HFCS and other refined sugars, this helps explain why cancer rates are on the rise these days (http://www.naturalnews.com/038071_cancer_sugar_sweets.html).

cool Conventional apples, grapes, and other ‘dirty’ fruits. Many people think they are eating healthy when they buy apples, grapes, or strawberries from the store. But unless these fruits are organic or verified to be pesticide-free, they could be a major cancer risk. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that up to 98 percent of all conventional produce, and particularly the type found on its “dirty” fruits list, is contaminated with cancer-causing pesticides (http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/list/).

9) Farmed salmon. Farmed salmon is another high-risk cancer food, according to Dr. David Carpenter, Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University of Albany. According to his assessment, farmed salmon not only lacks vitamin D, but it is often contaminated with carcinogenic chemicals, PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls), flame retardants, pesticides, and antibiotics (http://www.albany.edu/ihe/salmonstudy/pressrelease.html).

10) Hydrogenated oils. They are commonly used to preserve processed foods and keep them shelf-stable. But hydrogenated oils alter the structure and flexibility of cell membranes throughout the body, which can lead to a host of debilitating diseases such as cancer. Some manufacturers are phasing out the use of hydrogenated oils and replacing them with palm oil and other safer alternatives, but trans fats are still widely used in processed foods (http://www.naturalnews.com/010095_hydrogenated_oils_unhealthy.html).

Read more http://www.trueactivist.com/top-10-most-unhealthy-cancer-causing-foods-never-eat-these-again/
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Access Bank demands N1M For Employment, GTB Asks For Obituaries. by executinal(m): 8:47pm On Oct 06, 2013
This na pure madness

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