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Car Talk / Re: Looking For Car To Buy by fataiiyo(m): 7:49pm On Nov 11, 2018
980k
0806220748one.
It is my personal car. I want to upgrade that’s why I am selling it.
You hola me.

Car Talk / Re: I Need Car For User Or Taxify by fataiiyo(m): 7:34pm On Nov 11, 2018
horllarmighty:
please help me send the pictures to this what's app number 08060346438 and can you sell it on higher purchase
horllarmighty:
please help me send the pictures to this what's app number 08060346438 and can you sell it on higher purchase
Sent
Car Talk / Re: Reasons Why Your Car Shuts Off While Driving by fataiiyo(m): 3:01pm On Nov 10, 2018
Honda Accord (DC) Available For Sale At 950k by fataiiyo(m): 2:51pm
I have my personal Car for sale and it is buy and drive . Good condition 100%
Ac working perfectly and new tires .
I want to sell because I want to clear my Lexus next month. You can hola me
0806220748one

Car Talk / Honda Accord (DC) Available For Sale At 950k by fataiiyo(m): 2:51pm On Nov 10, 2018
I have my personal Car for sale and it is buy and drive . Good condition 100%
Ac working perfectly and new tires .
I want to sell because I want to clear my Lexus next month. You can hola me
0806220748one

Car Talk / Re: I Need Car For User Or Taxify by fataiiyo(m): 2:46pm On Nov 10, 2018
I have Honda Accord Discussion continue (DC) for 950k ac working perfectly , new tire , blue color at Ibadan. It is my personal car I am upgrading to Lexus . You can hola me 080-6220748one
Autos / Re: Lexus RX 330 SUV *3 Months Registered* by fataiiyo(m): 6:29am On Oct 02, 2018
Nigera Used
Honda Accord DC
( Discussion Continue)
Year 05/06
Blues color.
First Body
Price: 1.1 asking price
Automatic Gear
AC working perfectly
4 new tyres with alloy
And follow come extra tyre
Location : Ibadan
*Buy and Drive*
0806220-7481

Autos / Re: Lexus RX 330 SUV *3 Months Registered* by fataiiyo(m): 6:28am On Oct 02, 2018
Nigera Used
Honda Accord DC
( Discussion Continue)
Year 05/06
Blues color.
First Body
Price: 1.1m
Automatic Gear
AC working perfectly
4 new tyres with alloy
And follow come extra tyre
*Buy and Drive*
0806220-7481

Celebrities / Re: Marvis Wears Denim Shorts To The Headies Awards 2018 by fataiiyo(m): 9:26pm On May 05, 2018
Okay o
Technology Market / Re: Sell Your Itunes Gift Card Here (We Buy iTunes Gift Cards) by fataiiyo(m): 4:25am On Dec 22, 2017
It may be the same guy. He’s using ITU Samuel and Rabiu to send money. I never doubt him that is why

b0rn2fuck:
next time, don't send all your card once, I had about 5 and I gave the guy iTunes $200 and he was asking me to send the rest so he can send everything together , I told him even if Jesus come from heaven , not until I get paid before I can send the rest, the guy started questioning me how much cards left, I said 4, he has are you sure, I said yes, he told me network problem and I should send the rest so he can do all together, I told him guy, even if baba God come down, I will never until I get paid for this first, we argue over this for like 2 hours, until I assure him of sending the rest once he pay me for the one I gave him earlier, before the guy pay me. Immediately he paid me, I just say thank you. I will never deal with you again, the guy kept disturbing me and calling as if I owe him, the idiot wan scam me and asking me to send the
4 cards na, did you know I eventually read how he scam one person last week
Technology Market / Re: Sell Your Itunes Gift Card Here (We Buy iTunes Gift Cards) by fataiiyo(m): 4:22am On Dec 22, 2017
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Technology Market / Re: Sell Your Itunes Gift Card Here (We Buy iTunes Gift Cards) by fataiiyo(m): 3:39am On Dec 22, 2017
First time I encountered a thief on naiaraland
This guy with this number is a thief. He scammed me of 500$ itunes. I just want you people to becareful this is why I am uploading this

Celebrities / Re: Tayo Amokade Gives Birth To Baby Girl by fataiiyo(m): 3:00pm On Jul 11, 2016
Congratz!
Properties / Quary Stone For Sale! by fataiiyo(m): 4:05pm On Apr 15, 2016
WE SELL WITHIN AND OUTSIDE NIGERIA.
DONOMITE STONE
TANC STONE
VALSPA STONE
CAOLINE STONE


+234-80-6220-7481
Politics / My Encounter With Senator Monsura Sunmonu Representing Oyo Central Constituency, by fataiiyo(m): 6:12pm On Feb 23, 2016
My encounter with Senator Monsura Sunmonu representing Oyo Central constituency, Oyo

One of the problems that I have noticed in many, if not all the States in Nigeria is that some of our leaders are too far away from their grassroots. Most of them do not consider the fact that they were brought into the limelight by these people and that the bulk of their votes came from their different locales! They often erroneously believe that getting close to their grassroots is demeaning. Well, I want to assume that they are oblivious of the fact that getting close to the grassroots will create mutual understanding as communication gap will be bridged.

To buttress my points, how many of our elected senators or even house of representative members operates an open-door policy in which the communities they govern have direct access to them? How many leaders give out their mobile numbers to the public for direct communication? In this information and communication age, how many of our powerful Senators are on the Facebook or other social media platforms with that is easily accessible for citizens to pass information across? If President Muhammadu Buhari could find Facebook useful in sharing information with Nigerians, why our leaders still hiding in the comfort of their offices?

Apart from house meetings and swearing in, many Nigerian leaders are not visible, hence, many common man like me do not have access to them throughout the four years spend in the office. This is not good. I am propelled to challenge all our Leaders this way as a result of my recent encounter with SENATOR MONSURAT JUMOKE ADUKE SUNMONU (a great woman, mother, communicator, beautiful, and great leader), representing Oyo Central constituency, Oyo. I had heard a lot of good reports about her right from her days as the house leader, Oyo State House of Assembly... Since then, my impression about her changed. I now know that if our Leader can be closer to their grassroots, there will be less tension in our country.

I chatted with Senator Monsurat Sunmonu on Facebook. I was amazed when she replied my message and I have had several chats with her due to her friendly ways of interacting with people. I feel that this is how our leaders should behave and own up to their responsibilities to us, the electorates; we want leaders that we can interact with so that we can have prompt and adequate solutions to our problems. I therefore say kudos to Senator Monsurat Sunmonu for setting a good example for others to follow. She should keep up the good work she has started in Oyo State. Indeed, if Senator Monsurat Sunmonu continues this way, she will see that nobody will have anything against her throughout her tenure. Our political leaders should please learn from this. They should stop their known habit of hiding from us until election time. Our leaders should be visible and available.



LATEEF FATAI ARISEKOLA (08062207481)

Temidire Tanfeani Area, Akinyele, Ibadan
Politics / Re: Letter To All Nigerian Leaders by fataiiyo(m): 5:10am On Feb 17, 2016
wow....this is the leader we need as an instrument of change
Politics / Letter To All Nigerian Leaders by fataiiyo(m): 2:51pm On Feb 15, 2016
LETTER TO ALL NIGERIAN LEADERS

One of the problems that I have noticed in many, if not all the States in Nigeria is that some of our leaders are too far away from their grassroots. Most of them do not consider the fact that they were brought into the limelight by these people and that the bulk of their votes came from their different locales! They often erroneously believe that getting close to their grassroots is demeaning. Well, I want to assume that they are oblivious of the fact that getting close to the grassroots will create mutual understanding as communication gap will be bridged.

To buttress my points, how many of our elected senators or even house of representative members operates an open-door policy in which the communities they govern have direct access to them? How many leaders give out their mobile numbers to the public for direct communication? In this information and communication age, how many of our powerful Senators are on the Facebook or other social media platforms with that is easily accessible for citizens to pass information across? If President Muhammadu Buhari could find Facebook useful in sharing information with Nigerians, why our leaders still hiding in the comfort of their offices?

Apart from house meetings and swearing in, many Nigerian leaders are not visible, hence, many common man like me do not have access to them throughout the four years spend in the office. This is not good. I am propelled to challenge all our Leaders this way as a result of my recent encounter with SENATOR MONSURAT JUMOKE ADUKE SUNMONU (a great woman, mother, communicator, beautiful, and great leader), representing Oyo Central constituency, Oyo. I had heard a lot of good reports about her right from her days as the house leader, Oyo State House of Assembly... Since then, my impression about her changed. I now know that if our Leader can be closer to their grassroots, there will be less tension in our country.

I chatted with Senator Monsurat Sunmonu on Facebook. I was amazed when she replied my message and I have had several chats with her due to her friendly ways of interacting with people. I feel that this is how our leaders should behave and own up to their responsibilities to us, the electorates; we want leaders that we can interact with so that we can have prompt and adequate solutions to our problems. I therefore say kudos to Senator Monsurat Sunmonu for setting a good example for others to follow. She should keep up the good work she has started in Oyo State. Indeed, if Senator Monsurat Sunmonu continues this way, she will see that nobody will have anything against her throughout her tenure. Our political leaders should please learn from this. They should stop their known habit of hiding from us until election time. Our leaders should be visible and available.

Below is the screenshot our conversations


LATEEF FATAI ARISEKOLA (08062207481)

Temidire Tanfeani Area, Akinyele, Ibadan

Politics / Letter To All Nigerian Leaders by fataiiyo(m): 2:29pm On Feb 15, 2016
LETTER TO ALL NIGERIAN LEADERS

One of the problems that I have noticed in many, if not all the States in Nigeria is that some of our leaders are too far away from their grassroots. Most of them do not consider the fact that they were brought into the limelight by these people and that the bulk of their votes came from their different locales! They often erroneously believe that getting close to their grassroots is demeaning. Well, I want to assume that they are oblivious of the fact that getting close to the grassroots will create mutual understanding as communication gap will be bridged.

To buttress my points, how many of our elected senators or even house of representative members operates an open-door policy in which the communities they govern have direct access to them? How many leaders give out their mobile numbers to the public for direct communication? In this information and communication age, how many of our powerful Senators are on the Facebook or other social media platforms with that is easily accessible for citizens to pass information across? If President Muhammadu Buhari could find Facebook useful in sharing information with Nigerians, why our leaders still hiding in the comfort of their offices?

Apart from house meetings and swearing in, many Nigerian leaders are not visible, hence, many common man like me do not have access to them throughout the four years spend in the office. This is not good. I am propelled to challenge all our Leaders this way as a result of my recent encounter with SENATOR MONSURAT JUMOKE ADUKE SUNMONU (a great woman, mother, communicator, beautiful, and great leader), representing Oyo Central constituency, Oyo. I had heard a lot of good reports about her right from her days as the house leader, Oyo State House of Assembly... Since then, my impression about her changed. I now know that if our Leader can be closer to their grassroots, there will be less tension in our country.

I chatted with Senator Monsurat Sunmonu on Facebook. I was amazed when she replied my message and I have had several chats with her due to her friendly ways of interacting with people. I feel that this is how our leaders should behave and own up to their responsibilities to us, the electorates; we want leaders that we can interact with so that we can have prompt and adequate solutions to our problems. I therefore say kudos to Senator Monsurat Sunmonu for setting a good example for others to follow. She should keep up the good work she has started in Oyo State. Indeed, if Senator Monsurat Sunmonu continues this way, she will see that nobody will have anything against her throughout her tenure. Our political leaders should please learn from this. They should stop their known habit of hiding from us until election time. Our leaders should be visible and available.

Below is the screenshot our conversations


LATEEF FATAI ARISEKOLA (08062207481)

Temidire Tanfeani Area, Akinyele, Ibadan

Education / Prof. Adewole And His SSA by fataiiyo(m): 7:12am On Oct 22, 2015
PROF. ADEWOLE AND HIS SSA
I am not a prophet. But I can authoritatively say that one of the people that will follow Prof. Adewole to Abuja is my Oga, Mr. Sunday Saanu. Mr. Saanu is going to be the Senior Special Adivser (SSA) on Media to his boss Minister.
In the last five years, Mr. Saanu has been writing articles for both University of Ibadan and the Vice Chancellor. He has practically given Prof. Adewole global visibility . For instance, when Prof. Adewole celebrated 60 years in 2014, more than seven national newspapers published Mr. Saanu's article on the then VC. How many VCs in Nigeria enjoy this kind of massive publicity? There is no doubt that Mr. Saanu writes well. He is like Ruben Abati. Now that his boss, Prof. Adewole is a Minister, it is just logical that he will take a leave of absence from UI and follow the Minister to Abuja to continue to do what he knows how to do best. If my prophesy is right, then I will take tithe and offering from the intelligent SSA.
Fatai Arisekola Lateef
08062207481
Ibadan

Education / Letter To All Nigerian V.cs by fataiiyo(m): 9:55pm On Jun 05, 2013
LETTER TO ALL NIGERIAN V.Cs

Sir, one of the problems in many, if not all Nigerian universities is that some of the Vice- Chancellors (V.Cs) are too far away from their students despite the fact that they are on campus with their students! They often erroneously believe that getting close to their students is condescending. Whereas, getting close to the students will create mutual understanding as communication gap will be bridged.

To underscore my points, how many V.Cs operate an open-door policy in which their students have direct access to them? How many V.Cs give out their mobile line to student for direct communication? In this information and communication age, how many of our powerful V.Cs are on the Facebook or any other social network medium with which their students can pass information across? If President Goodluck Jonathan can find Facebook useful in sharing information with Nigerians, why are our V.Cs still hiding in the comfort of their offices?

Apart from matriculation and graduation ceremonies, many Nigerian V.Cs are not visible, hence, many students don’t know their V.Cs throughout the four years spent on campus. This is not good. V.Cs should manage our campuses by opening up to the students, wandering about the campuses to know what is going on; if possible, sit for a few minutes in a lecture room to listen to the lecturers.

I am propelled to challenge all our V.Cs this way as a result of my recent encounter with the University of Ibadan (UI) VC, Prof. Isaac Folorunso Adewole. I had heard so much good reports about Prof. Adewole since he was appointed, but l never met him or saw him physically because of protocols built around him.

However, at a christening ceremony of a new born baby of Mr & Mrs Sunday Saanu, the VC’s media man, which I attended, I was lucky to have met my VC at the occasion. I was shocked when l saw the UI VC along with his wife, attending the ceremony. Mr Saanu introduced us to the VC as students at Ibadan. I was dazed with the humility displayed by our highly respected VC. He shook hands with all of us and exchanged banters. Prof. Adewole was lively, friendly and amiable; he even took photograph with us. I was more than happy and excited. When he was leaving the ceremony, he gave us “transport fare” as an expression of his love for us. It was as I was dreaming.

Since then, my impression about him changed. I now know that if our VCs can be closer to their students, there will be less tension on our campuses. I have been carrying the picture I took with my VC around and my friends are envious just as my fiancée now respects me more because she sees me as VC’s friend.

Prof. Adewole is even on Facebook. I have added him as my friend. This is how our VCs should open up. We want to interact with them in order to have solution to our problems. I therefore say kudos to Prof. Adewole for setting a good example for others to follow. He should keep up the good work he has started at Ibadan. Indeed, if Prof. Adewole continues this way, he will see that nobody will demonstrate against him throughout his tenure. Our political leaders should learn lesson from this. When we would have voted for them, they have this habit of hiding away from us until election time. Our leaders should be visible and available.

Lateef Fatai Arisekola,
(08062207481)

University of Ibadan
Dept. of Library, Archival and Information Studies
Faculty of Education
NYSC / Re: NYSC Batch A 2013 House by fataiiyo(m): 1:35pm On Mar 04, 2013
The cam is also safe.....
NYSC / Re: NYSC Batch A 2013 House by fataiiyo(m): 1:31pm On Mar 04, 2013
@fratochi: the camp is OK
NYSC / Re: NYSC Batch A 2013 House by fataiiyo(m): 11:43pm On Mar 03, 2013
Team Niger, am already @ d camp and is making senses already...join me soon
NYSC / Re: A thread for corpers posted to Niger by fataiiyo(m): 11:28pm On Mar 03, 2013
Am in Niger right now and the people I met here are nice to me am waitin till tomorrow for my registration. its good to be around tomorrow cos tuesday or Wednesday will be kinda tight to get here ....with coaches and road will busy....U can add me 2271599E
NYSC / Re: A thread for corpers posted to Niger by fataiiyo(m): 8:23am On Mar 03, 2013
2271599E, add me, am already on d way. I play football
NYSC / Re: NYSC Batch A 2013 House by fataiiyo(m): 4:55am On Mar 03, 2013
Where is Team Niger pls, I need your comments....on my way today
NYSC / Re: A thread for corpers posted to Niger by fataiiyo(m): 4:38am On Mar 03, 2013
@phtomay, I want to leave Ibadan to the camp today..what do you feel abt this? How can one process PPA to serve in town? I mean like the state capital, I added u on bb but u are yet to accept.thanks for all the information above. One love
NYSC / Re: A thread for corpers posted to Niger by fataiiyo(m): 7:40pm On Mar 01, 2013
080-6220-7481-team Niger
NYSC / Re: A thread for corpers posted to Niger by fataiiyo(m): 7:32pm On Mar 01, 2013
Are u on bb? or let's chat on phone
NYSC / Re: Niger State Please Lets Meet Here by fataiiyo(m): 9:21am On Mar 01, 2013
abi na redeployment ni?
NYSC / Niger State Please Lets Meet Here by fataiiyo(m): 9:16am On Mar 01, 2013
If you are posted to Niger, pls lets meet over here and discuss how we will meet and discuss more an to who know much about this state should kindly update us right here....team UI.....
NYSC / Re: NYSC, 2013 Batch ‘A‘ Posting | Call-up Letters Is Finally Out by fataiiyo(m): 5:42pm On Feb 28, 2013
@UI no show yet o!
Islam for Muslims / Meat With Inscription ''allahu'' In Arabic by fataiiyo(m): 5:32pm On Feb 27, 2013
Last night in the Premier University in Nigeria , University of Ibadan, a 200l Biochemistry female student brought a piece of fried meat to the central mosque with the inscription "ALLAH" boldly written in Arabic language. The meat is now in the custody of The Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria, University of Ibadan Branch. For more Information, contact the Amir on +2348035810941 or amir_uimss@yahoo.com

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