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Romance / Re: The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 10:45am On Jul 10, 2015
misspicy:

A gun without a bullet doesnt kill tongue

Hahahahahahaha, you just shot him in the foot....

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Romance / Re: The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 10:43am On Jul 10, 2015
donholy28:
No be say dem say...re u sure?..is ur level of self-control up to that level?
..can u resist a nak*d woman?

Yea I have a high level of self control, I've been in worse situations before and I was able to scale through without thinking with my d**k
Romance / Re: The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 10:33am On Jul 10, 2015
badaoyeyemi:
she just wanna av fun.....konji na bakskard

I swear! After that day I no give her again o
Romance / Re: The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 10:29am On Jul 10, 2015
IamLEGEND1:
So you slept with her....


Are we supposed to pity you or something?

Dude u shouldn't be here, you obviously couldn't comprehend what was written.
Romance / Re: The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 9:54am On Jul 10, 2015
BANGERLEE1:
Good story

Totally true story but I even decided to cut it short
Romance / Re: The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 9:53am On Jul 10, 2015
elijah2u:
but u left her during ur days in secondary school na to leta meet 2004, to me eh, she was in need of sex then not u, bt u feel she jilted on her bf. dz is wat many gals do, wen u ar in distance relatnshp. bt seriously its unfair on d part of dat lady

Yea back then she was in need of sex but I wasn't, God help us all my bro
Romance / Re: The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 9:49am On Jul 10, 2015
donholy28:
hmmmm just pray make Ur wife no dey like that o....but make i ask u? if u knew she was already married would u have banged her?

No she wasn't married then, they were still dating but back to your question if she was married I wouldn't have done anything with her.
Romance / The Day I Started Having The Fear Of Women by folajoseph(m): 8:57am On Jul 10, 2015
It's a long story though but will try to cut it short.

In 1998 when I was in SS1 I went to my mums office with my sister and my mum introduced us to her female boss, coincidentally her boss' two female daughters were also around on that day but we were not introduced but we were sitting quite close to them. Within a few minutes I heard one of the sisters telling the other that she likes me but I didn't do anything about it. Lo and behold she approached me and professed her Love for me, I was like Ok let's see how it goes.

I got home told my friends and they were all eager to see the girl, I invited the girl home after a few days and my friends said she's beautiful but skinny, I wasn't really feeling her too though but I didn't want to let her down so I continued the relationship but without sex, I later got tired of the whole thing and called off the relationship.

Fast forward to 2004 we met at an eatery in ilupeju and she just took my phone and put her number in it then flashed her number from my phone, I saved the number and she said something "call me anytime u need me" by now she had added flesh and was looking extremely gorgeous. I called her on that day and told her to visit me the next day, she even came earlier than the agreed time, she was looking very sexy and since we've never had sex before we were both eager. We had sweet sex and immediately after the sex she asked to borrow my phone that she needs to call someone in Yankee, I was like go ahead and the call went thus:

"Hey honey, how are u? What are u doing? Hope you're not doing what I won't do o! I just said I should call u, will talk to u later"

I was shocked!!! I didn't even tell her anything, I was like I need to get somewhere now so I escorted her and she left. Lo and behold she is married to that same Yankee guy today and they have 2 kids, I think the first is like 8 years old and she has moved to Yankee as well to be with him.

Isn't this life crazy....

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Politics / Re: Photos Of Speaker Dogara Visits To Delta State by folajoseph(m): 12:40am On Jul 08, 2015
ritux:
Noted. But is Dagora a Christian or Muslim?

Just asking.

He's a Christian
Health / Re: Boy With Giant Hand Found Begging On Lagos Street (Graphic Photos) by folajoseph(m): 12:21am On Jul 08, 2015
debbie:
I feel for him,but i have a problem with some of these beggers.
One day i met a little girl with tumor and was carried about begging,i made a call to one organization i know that assist such people in medical solution,they accepted to see the girl and know the extent of her health condition.I later walked up to the guy pushing the wheelchair and luckily he understands English.I told him that i know people who are ready to help this girl get out of her situation and will have to see her people or whoever is related to her,so that i can talk with them.

Do you know what the guy told me? NO,that the girl is making money through begging and she is putting food for her people while remitting to the owner of the wheelchair....i was weak inside.

Now to this guy,is he begging because there is not help for his condition? or is it a case of this girl i mentioned.
Severally i have gone out of my way to extend a hand of charity and communicating with people i know who help vulnerable people on the streets....i realized that some of them dont want to be helped..they feel comfortable making money by begging for alms.

Debbie please don't let that stop you from helping people in such situations, God bless you real good.
Romance / Re: Which Ethnic Group Would You Prefer To Marry From by folajoseph(m): 4:08pm On Jul 06, 2015
Gurgle:


Nassarawa

Thanks Gurgle!!!
Family / Re: Between My Parents, Siblings And I .. by folajoseph(m): 7:08am On Jul 06, 2015
Come and update this topic ASAP op, some families are just plain cruel, if someone else tells u his/her family's story u will weep. I equally have mine, my mum gave me the mark of my life both on my left and right arm using a blade, then she put pepper on the wound all because I went out, I was probably like 10 or 11 for Christ sake but today I thank God sha, So op I can relate to your story....
Romance / Re: Which Ethnic Group Would You Prefer To Marry From by folajoseph(m): 6:56am On Jul 06, 2015
anzaku47:
For me I think I will prefer marrying an EGGON girl.Eggon girls are very caring and can adapt to any condition they find themselves##

Anzaku47, please enlighten me, which state are Eggon people from? I don't think I've ever met one before smiley
Politics / Re: Anambra's Boko Haram Prisoners And Buhari's Deafening Silence - Sahara Reporters by folajoseph(m): 5:36pm On Jul 05, 2015
Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State, Thursday, said the transfer of Boko Haram prisoners to Ekwulobia prisons in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, was concluded in 2012 under former President Goodluck Jonathan administration.

http://saharareporters.com/2015/07/05/relocation-prisoners-anambra-state-and-federal-governments-deafening-silence-chinedu

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Romance / Re: Which Ethnic Group Would You Prefer To Marry From by folajoseph(m): 8:28am On Jul 03, 2015
As for me i Can marry from any tribe
Dating And Meet-up Zone / Re: Let's Hook Up, Drop Your Bbm Pin(for Single Guys And Girls Seriouslysearching) by folajoseph(m): 2:55pm On Jul 02, 2015
this land is not for sale.
Romance / Re: Do You Sing For Your Bf Or Gf On Phone?? by folajoseph(m): 12:28pm On Jun 29, 2015
This land is not for sale.
Romance / Re: My Dilemma-can I Find Love Again? by folajoseph(m): 6:28am On Jun 29, 2015
tpiander:
hm, twin boys from a booty call?

hope you don't produce quintuplets next time.

btw who is responsible for their upkeep? although, at 30, one would expect you to be a little more matured but I guess not. . . . . . . .

U guessed wrong plus I'm financially stable unlike u know who! Thanks for reviving the thread anyways...
Romance / Re: Which Ethnic Group Would You Prefer To Marry From by folajoseph(m): 8:10pm On Jun 28, 2015
Luedave:
Igbo if atallni wud marry

Please remember to state your own ethnic group and tell us why you prefer to marry from a particular ethnic group
Romance / Which Ethnic Group Would You Prefer To Marry From by folajoseph(m): 8:04pm On Jun 28, 2015
If you were to choose a lady or guy to marry, which ethnic group would you choose from?

Please state your ethnic group and also give reasons why you prefer to marry from that ethnic group.
Family / Re: Gone But Not Forgotten Tribute To Baby B by folajoseph(m): 9:17am On Jun 28, 2015
Though i haven't cried in years but I cried when I read this, I'm so sorry that u guys lost blessing at a young age! May God give u the strength to bear the loss....RIP Blessing.

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Politics / Re: President Buhari & Oyegun Unhappy As 7 APC Members Demands Ministerial Positions by folajoseph(m): 5:52pm On Jun 23, 2015
bloodkiller:


i careless about civility and maturity


tell me if Elrufai showed civility to Gej


Buhari is a terrorist - facts

You're just so bitter, Gosh!!!
Romance / Re: Mr. Nairaland Contest 2015 - ELIMINATION ROUND 2 by folajoseph(m): 10:21am On Jun 23, 2015
Deeeebie:


You can save up to 8 people... You can modify and Lekinz to the list

Ok
Romance / Re: Mr. Nairaland Contest 2015 - ELIMINATION ROUND 2 by folajoseph(m): 10:10am On Jun 23, 2015
Brytawon:





Broda you still get anoda broda to add o. He's name is ademoladeji. Tnk u.

Ok sure bro!
Romance / Re: Mr. Nairaland Contest 2015 - ELIMINATION ROUND 2 by folajoseph(m): 10:05am On Jun 23, 2015
My votes go to:

jarizod
scentmarlc
Ademoladeji
Sosiqdude
Lekinz
Agarawu23
Jarizod
Akposy

Cc: NLjega

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Romance / Re: Mr Nairaland Contest 2015 - CAMPAIGN THREAD by folajoseph(m): 8:38am On Jun 23, 2015
adeh39:



Samewink

Please vote for my guy today ooo wink

*SCENTMARLC *

THANKScheesy


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Ok no P..
Romance / Re: Mr Nairaland Contest 2015 - CAMPAIGN THREAD by folajoseph(m): 8:06am On Jun 23, 2015
Jarizod:
please vote for me 2day boss

Thanks

Sure!

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Romance / Re: Mr Nairaland Contest 2015 - CAMPAIGN THREAD by folajoseph(m): 8:00am On Jun 23, 2015
adeh39:
Gud a.m Darlings wink


How was your night?

Hope the weather is treating you well? wink



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Politics / Re: Southwest Nigeria-third Largest Economy In Africa(ideas For More Prosperity) by folajoseph(m): 7:09am On Jun 23, 2015
Dollyak:
The GDP of the entire nation of Nigeria, the largest economy by far in Africa, currently is about N130 trillion naira(about $594 billion US dollars)(Wikipedia, list of African countries by GDP(nominal)). The Southwest, one of the six geopolitical regions of Nigeria, has an estimated GDP of about N67 trillion naira( about $305 billion US dollars), more than half of the GDP of the nation.

By my estimates, the Southwest region was

the third largest economy in the continent of Africa n 2014! This must be a shock or a pleasant surprise to many people!

But the governors in the region have not adopted a robust revenue generating strategy to tap into the resource base of the region. Taxation of the poor and lower middle-class people is a bad strategy which does not reflect a global best practice. The poor have a greater propensity to spend than the rich, so a taxation of the poor is counter-productive as it eliminates the boost to the economy that their spending provides.

Taxation of the rich, middle-class, and upper middle-class, but not the poor, is a global best strategy to raise revenues for the operation of government, the provisioning of infrastructures, robust security apparatus, and social security services that benefit everyone: the rich, the poor, and the disadvantaged in society. Fortunately, there are millions of rich people living in the Southwest: naira millionaires, multi-millionaires, billionaires, and trillionaires available to be taxed.

If the governors of the Southwest had adopted a comprehensive income taxation for revenue as their strategy in 2014, they could have raised N13 trillion naira from a progressive income tax range of 0% for the poor, to up to 30% for the rich: ten times more than the N1.3 trillion naira raised last year!

The combined budget-to-GDP ratio of the states in the Southwest in 2014 was abysmally low, about 2% compared to about 40% in many advanced nations of the world. For the sake of argument, a budget that is 40% of the GDP of the Southwest is approximately N25 trillion naira. This is about twice the budget realizable from using a progressive tax bracket of 0% to 30%.

If the enhanced income-tax-based revenues are spent appropriately, the Southwest will become a prosperous region with robust infrastructures, full employment, improved security, and a world-class social security service.

It is widely accepted (on nairaland) that many governors of the Southwest have reasonably performed well. If they had tapped the hidden resources of the region, their performance would have been elevated to outstanding and transformational! We wonder why policies that would have made a difference in the lives of the majority of the people, such as progressive income taxation, had not been vigorously pursued and implemented. Income taxation will also diminish godfatherism and empower the people while swelling the coffers of governments in the region.

With abundant revenues through income taxation, the Southwest will be in a position to stop accepting monthly oil revenue distributions from the center, but be able to partner with Abuja and other state governors in joint projects of mutual benefit that will drive the economic growth of the nation.

The question that must be asked of the governors of the Southwest is this, are they aware that the great book says, for whom much is given much is required?

So much has been given to the region by the grace of God. So much then is required of the Southwest governments. The governors in the Southwest have an obligation not only to take care of the welfare of their residents but to also drive the socio-economic growth of the nation.

In conclusion, to the people of the Southwest, the third largest economy in Africa, ask not what Abuja can do for you, but ask your governors to:

1. Tax the peoples' incomes, a global best practice, using a progressive tax rate from 0% to 30%.

2. Use the revenues from the income tax to fund government operations, build, monitor, and maintain physical, security, health, education, and research infrastructures, and to provide services and social security to the people. As he who pays the piper dictates the tune, politicians will be compelled by the income tax payers to shift their allegiance from godfathers to the people. This will end godfatherism as the dominant factor in politics in the Southwest.

3. Promote exports and the tourism industry.
4. Work cooperatively with the private industry, research and development centers, and the tertiary institutions in the region.

5. Promote regional integration through intra-regional partnerships and engage in mutually beneficial ventures with Abuja and other governors in other regions.

6. Stop accepting the monthly oil distributions from Abuja from 2016, as this is the root of corruption in Nigeria. To curb corruption in the Southwest and elsewhere in Nigeria requires pulling up the root of corruption in Nigeria by ending the shameful exploitation of the minorities in the oil producing states.

http://m.thenigerianvoice.com/news/172621/1/to-the-people-of-the-southwest-the-third-largest-e.html

I agree with you in terms of taxation but disagree slightly with the statistics you put forward in regards to GDP, Nigeria's current GDP stands at a whooping $1.109 trillion according to the link below.

Nigeria is actually the 21st richest country in the world with countries like SA, UAE, Netherlands, Switzerland behind us...

http://m.worldsrichestcountries.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.worldsrichestcountries.com%2F&utm_referrer=#2615
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Romance / Re: Mention Only One Nairalander You Would Love To Kiss? by folajoseph(m): 11:16pm On Jun 22, 2015
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