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Politics / Re: Benin Republic Shuns Buhari's Request For Igboho's Extradition - SaharaReporters by Flyingngel(m): 6:23am On Jul 22
143WaZoBia post:


Surely.
Like Jimmy Agbaje rightly said people run when they know they won’t get justice.
Imagine buratai is already calling him a murderer if they ask him to name Igboho victims now. He can’t name one.


He says that simply because Southern politicians has allow greed to becloud their judgement. I doubt during the regime of any Southerner, the North will allow any of her aggrieved or agitated person who managed to cross to Niger to be repatriated to Nigeria let alone be subjected to inhumane treatment. By now the Northerners would have issue different shades of press statement ranging from the traditional rulers to the Governors and other sociopolitical organisation.

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Politics / Re: GEJ "A Good Man You All Gathered To Destroy With Misinformation, Propaganda by Flyingngel(m): 6:13am On Jul 22
Was his father not part and parcel of those that destroy GEJ before he jump ship to PDP? My problem with GEJ is on the East_ West road and Calabar - Itu high way.

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Politics / Re: Yoruba Nation Activist, Sunday Igboho To Be Arraigned In Court Today by Flyingngel(m): 6:08am On Jul 22
Southerners are their own problem not the North.

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Crime / Re: Moment A South African Presenter Was R.obbed On Live TV [video] by Flyingngel(m): 6:05am On Jul 22
I give up on South Africans.
Politics / Re: We Won’t Stop Reporting Terrorist Attacks, Media Chiefs Tells NBC by Flyingngel(m): 6:45am On Jul 17
I can't wait for the day lie Mohamed will leave office and become a common Nigerian like before.

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Fashion / Re: Couples "Male/female" Wristwatches Quality Sets by Flyingngel(m): 7:08am On Jul 16
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Available also in White leather.

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Love this one, will surely get in contact with u.
Technology Market / Re: The Xiaomi Thread Store by Flyingngel(m): 3:34pm On Jul 11
Joshkid post:


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Politics / Re: The Lost But Found History Of Akwa Ibom.. Photos by Flyingngel(m): 1:05pm On Jul 11
[quote author=Igboid post=103578617]

Stop writing thrash. I have sadly noticed the propensity of minorities to castigate and try to steal Igbo history and claim it for themselves.
I have been in an Ijaw forum where they made a similar claim as above, only difference being that they said it was Ijaw women riot and that Zik and Ndiigbo hijacked it and claimed it for Ndiigbo.

Enough of this historical distortions. Aba women riot remains what it is. It is Aba women riot. It started in Owerri province which Aba was part of of and spread to Calabar province which Akwa cross and Opobo were part of.
https://www.historians.org/teaching-and-learning/teaching-resources-for-historians/teaching-and-learning-in-the-digital-age/through-the-lens-of-history-biafra-nigeria-the-west-and-the-world/the-colonial-and-pre-colonial-eras-in-nigeria/the-womens-market-rebellion-of-1929

You lots (minorities) can't wake up in 21st century and start tampering with Igbo history and not expect hostile resistance from proud Igbos. Mind yourselves o! .



Look that this one. Instead of you to pass whatever information that you feel is correct, instead you are busy throwing insult. That God while you are busy calling others minorities, the North are also busy calling you people minorities. A word you hate others calling you is what you are calling others. So sad.

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Politics / Re: Federal Government Should Probe Abaribe by Flyingngel(m): 7:10am On Jun 23
If to say I see you face to face, I would have slap u. FG would leave GUMI and face Abaribe?

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Politics / Re: Nigerian Govt Should Pay Salary To Religious Leaders To Tackle Insecurity –imams by Flyingngel(m): 2:00pm On Jun 20
But why is this country like this?
Politics / Re: 2023: Nigerians In Diaspora Endorse Yahaya Bello. Set Up Office In Germany by Flyingngel(m): 1:54pm On Jun 20
They shld take him to Germany and vote him as their president there. I thought it is only Nigerians resident in Nigeria that are funny not knowing that those in diaspora are even worse.
Politics / Re: I Asked Google To Remove It – Adamu Garba Reacts To Deletion Of Crowwe App by Flyingngel(m): 11:17pm On Jun 14
Which kind lie be this?

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Politics / Re: Breaking: Ipob Releses Biafra Fundamental Principles And Policy by Flyingngel(m): 1:31pm On Jun 13
Oharina post:.


Oga u and ur family are inconsequential, cos u only have one vote each during referendum. Akwaibomites didn't make u their spokes person.


Did Igbo make you a spoke person? Akwa ibomites will support the actualization of Biafra but we will not be in any part of it.
You are looking for ways to leave Nigeria, saying Nigeria has treat you badly, only to turn around and include another tribe without consultation. So if we also stand on our own will we die? What is good for the goose is also good for the gander.
Religion / Re: FFK Blasts Rev Chris Okotie For 'insulting' Late Prophet T.B Joshua by Flyingngel(m): 9:50pm On Jun 11
This reply must have been written with a golden pen.

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Phones / Re: Jumia 9th Anniversary Nigeria - Phone Deals by Flyingngel(m): 4:28pm On Jun 06
Ok,
Politics / Re: Again, Nigeria police force rescues 83 cows in Adamawa by Flyingngel(m): 6:29am On Jun 04
Police doing what they know best.
Politics / Re: Hunger, Diseases Dominate North-west, Zamfara In Crisis, MSF Raises The Alarm by Flyingngel(m): 6:28am On Jun 04
Sultan will not see this, rather he is busy with establishment of Sharia Court. I don't know who they will impose this Sharia on if more than half of their people is diseases infected and killed.

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Politics / Re: We Want Christian Court — Bauchi CAN Tells Constitution Review Committee by Flyingngel(m): 6:24am On Jun 04
Sultan and his bandwagon thought they were been clever by half. They thought this is 1960, whatever they think will favour them need to also has another model that will favour Christians and others;since religion is far more important to them.

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Politics / Re: Gumi To FG: Sponsor Factional Bandits, To Stop Abductions by Flyingngel(m): 6:20am On Jun 04
I don't really understand why Southern leaders don't reply these people the way it ought to be.

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Phones / Re: Oppo Community by Flyingngel(m): 9:29pm On Apr 29
How good are Oppo phones!.
Politics / Re: What Nigeria Celebrates Vs What The Rest Of The World Celebrates by Flyingngel(m): 3:21pm On Apr 11
Nigeria!
Politics / Re: Wike Hits Amaechi Over Zoning Comment by Flyingngel(m): 3:10pm On Apr 11
The way Wike respond to every comment from Ameachi left me to wonder if he has time for governance.

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Politics / Re: Uche Nwosu Meets, Raises 1M For Viral Water Hawker (pics) by Flyingngel(m): 3:06pm On Apr 11
Hope it is not a rope to get him into Imo Government house immediately the Supreme ...... Governor finish his tenure. Trust Nigerian politicians at your own peril.
Politics / Re: Council Officials, Political Appointees Pledge To Leave PDP With Ayade by Flyingngel(m): 7:26am On Apr 10
NgeneUkwenu post:




See tears from those commentators above....We warned PDP, they should stop destroying Nigeria, and supporting Bandits and Boko Haram, because, the will NEVER smell Aso Rock Again....

May God Bless Daddy Buhari..

May God Bless Mentor Tinubu..

May God Be With APC...



You people with shifting blame; from the top to the downtrodden in APC government, everything is blame, blame and more blame.

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Politics / Re: Council Officials, Political Appointees Pledge To Leave PDP With Ayade by Flyingngel(m): 7:24am On Apr 10
If I were to be PDP, I will allow him to go anywhere. A prof that has refuse to uplift his people from poverty but rather went on a jamboree of naming appropriation bill every year with phony chemical name without implementing it up to 40percent.

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Family / Re: My Wife’s Salary Was A Mystery Until I Discovered How Much She’s Truly Worth* by Flyingngel(m): 8:39am On Mar 26
Skyfornia post:




This piece is emotional...OP I feel your pain, I'll feel worse if I were in your position. But I have to save my marriage...don't stretch this anymore since your wife has shown remorse. Her actions might be influenced by her family and she thought she was doing right...forgive her and try to forget it

Going forward, sit with her and factorize what each of you should be spending at home. It can be 70-30 ratio or 60-40 ratio, with you taking care of the lion share...you are the man of the house and It is your duty as a man to protect your family from any force..even if the force is coming from your wife. Don't allow it tear your family.

I wish you luck!





This story was from a Ghanaian man, don't mind the Ops. He can't acknowledge where he copied it from. He changed Cedis to Naira.
Family / Re: My Wife’s Salary Was A Mystery Until I Discovered How Much She’s Truly Worth* by Flyingngel(m): 8:35am On Mar 26
izito post:



In 2016 she told me her salary was #50.000 And then two years later, when she got promoted, I asked about her salary and she said, “Oh these people, don’t mind them. They added only #5000 to my old salary. Because of her meager salary, I’ve taken up so many responsibilities in the house without complaint. I pay for utilities and pay for food. I pay the fees of our two kids, clothe them, and take care of their medical bills. When my wife sends me a grocery list, she adds sanitary pads. She buys dresses and clothes, comes to show them to me, and asks me to pay for them. She started talking about a car when our second child came in. Things weren’t good on my side so I asked her to give me some time. She said, “I’ve saved something. I can add it to what you have so you pay me when your money comes.”

I agreed and took that money from her, topped it up to get her a car. For three months my ears never rest. She would wake up at dawn and ask me to pay what I owed her. I got tired and paid the money when I didn’t have much in my account.

One evening, I turned my laptop on and saw a lot of emails. I checked and it was my wife’s email that had been opened. I asked her, “Did you use my laptop?” She answered, “Yeah I was checking something.” I told her, “Then you didn’t log out.” She answered, “I forgot. Please log out for me.” I was about to log out when something caught my attention. I saw a mail with the subject, “January Payslip.” I opened and started going through. When I saw her gross salary, I was shocked. #400,734? And this girl has been crying poverty?

I went through the details. That night I couldn’t sleep. I was angry. I felt let down. I felt cheated. I felt played. We’ve been married for six good years and my wife earned that much without my knowledge? How much she earned didn’t bother me a lot than what she was using that money for. I decided not to talk immediately but rather do a little bit of investigation.

All my life I’ve held the view that it wasn’t right for anyone to go through their partner’s phone. It’s an invasion of privacy and it breeds mistrust in the relationship but that night, going through her phone was the only way to find out what I was looking for. I started with her best friend. Nothing much was found. Her family had a Whatsapp group. I read the messages there. I got few hints. I went through the chat with her father and that was when I realized my wife had bought a piece of land and had started building. Her father was in charge of the project. He had sent photos of the various stages of the building. At some point, her father said, “Thank you for helping out your brother. He would have been home had it not been you.”

She has only one brother—her senior brother. I went to look for the chat between them. Her senior brother lost his job and was home doing nothing so my wife bought her Hyundai i10 to use for Uber. Every week, her brother rendered an account and they split the money. From all indications, my wife was doing well for herself while she plays poor so she could rely on my salary. Why would she do that? I thought I was being a supportive husband so my wife could be proud of the man she married. When we bought land, it was her name and my name that appeared on the land title. That car I bought for her with a loan from her bears her name. I didn’t mind. I believed what’s hers was also mine. 

The next morning she realized I wasn’t looking well. I was boiling on the inside but looking for a good opportunity to start the conversation. When I calmed down a little, I asked her, “So why would you do that to me?” She asked, “What have I done?” I answered, “You bought land, you never told me. You started building on it, you never told me. When are you going to tell me?” She was shocked. She asked, “Who told you all that?” I said, “Your father did.” She stood quiet for a while. She asked, “Why would my father tell you all that? What were you people talking about” I said, “I don’t know. You can ask him.” 

We left it there. Some minutes later she came to me with her phone: “My father wants to talk to you.” The phone was already on a loudspeaker. His father was clearly angry. He asked, almost shouting, “You said I told you my daughter has a building? Where did I say that and when?” I asked, “Is it not true that my wife has a building project going on that you’re supervising?”  He asked me, “I told you that?” I asked, “Is it true or not?” After the back and forth I told them, “I read your messages last night. I saw the pictures. I read the various budget you had sent to my wife. I read the confirmation of the money receipts that you sent her. You’re a man. Would you be happy if your wife does this to you?” He started fumbling. He started apologizing saying he thought I was aware.”


My wife stood there motionless, didn’t know what to say. When her father hung up, I told her everything I knew, from her salary to the car she bought for her brother. I said, “Yet, even your sanitary pad, I buy them. You think I’m a fool? You’ll use your money to acquire your own properties and live on mine because you’re my wife? I hear. We’ll see.”

Trust was lost. Love was broken. We had to find a new way of living our lives going forward. Her father called me every morning and evening apologizing for everything and sometimes taking up the blame so I didn’t have to blame his daughter. I told him, “The emotional state I’m in right now, it would be hard to think straight or think forgiveness. Just give me space.” Three days later, they were in our house. The father, the mother, and the senior brother. They came to apologize. “Don’t let this break up the beautiful marriage you both have. If nothing at all, consider the kids and be lenient in your judgment.”

I listened to them. My position was still the same. “I need time to clear my mind. Just leave me alone to think.” From last month to this moment that I’m writing this, my wife had changed totally. She doesn’t ask for money but the house is being run smoothly. She has started paying for things she never paid for but that doesn’t move me. She has taught me a very great lesson and I’m taking it seriously. That in everything, I have to look out for myself and my family first. Last she told me, “If you want us to change the names on those properties, we can do so.” Guess whose name is on the property…her father’s name.”

I told her, “You don’t need to change anything. They are yours. You suffered for them so you can decide what you want to do with them.” The land I bought has our names. I’m selling it and take my money back. The car she’s driving has her name. I put a for-sale sticker on it some weeks ago. She agreed she’ll pay for the car. I’ve given her two months to pay up or I sell it and take my money. She’s getting the message and I’m glad. Each one for himself, God for us all. She keeps asking if I’m going to leave her. I keep telling her I won’t but if she wants a divorce, I will gladly give her. I’m not going to leave the marriage. I would give us some time to heal and see what may happen but when it comes to money, I’ve taken the lesson she taught me through her actions. 

*What's your take?



You don go do copy and paste for Twitter, and no references.
Politics / Re: Akpabio Paid N2bn To Remove Me From Villa - Ita Enang Cries Out For Help by Flyingngel(m): 9:57pm On Mar 14
Where is the source?

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Politics / Re: Uyo: A City Besieged By ‘street Children’ by Flyingngel(m): 6:55pm On Mar 06
d4sho post:


shut up, uyo&calabar is home to bastards and street urchins.


How is Uyo and Calabar a home of bastards? Any way, it takes one to know one. Unam ikot mkpo.

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Education / Re: Akwa Ibom Approves Recruitment Of 1000 New Primary School Teachers by Flyingngel(m): 7:24am On Feb 27
psucc post:


There certain info you hear and need to take and not take it serious or else na you go lost.

When touring, please have a guide. Certain places are worst than Sambisa forest.




Sambisa? Have you ever toured the whole of Akwa Ibom State? Why do we in this part of the world say things that we know it is a lie but ignore it?
There is no place in Akwa ibom state that look like sambisa.
Politics / Re: Buhari Sends Birthday Messages To Anyim, Useni, Four Others, Snubs Wife by Flyingngel(m): 8:08pm On Feb 20
E no concern me.

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Family / Re: Outrageous Traditional Marriage List In Akwa Ibom: Man Runs Away by Flyingngel(m): 5:00pm On Feb 11
MejiLoyon post:

Marriage is for men not boys
That being said E no mean say make them butcher the guy na. A certain person I know was given a list longer than that. The guyman just called the father of the lady and they started adding and subtracting. Last last the list slim down. Even the parents of the girl sef go slim am. Unless them wan keep the lady for house till she turn Spider woman...because her punna go don get cobweb.

That aside na so their list be and dem still dey promiscuous? One for my estate here na for general consumption. The husband dey China na so boys start to shine her China.



Is promiscuity a tribe thing? Why do we generalize everything in this country?

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