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Romance / Re: Many Ladies In The Late 30s Never Saw It Coming – Nigerian Man by Gliding(m): 6:47pm On Dec 01, 2018
Saffi:
To all the women who feel pressured to tie the knot, do not purposely make your life a misery, it is not worth it. People will always talk, you’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t. Unfortunately we have unfortunate men and even women that will shame you and ridicule you for not getting married at the “right time”, these people will be the same ones that will laugh at you when you’re running from one place to another, crying about your marriage issues. Be patient, work on yourself spiritually, mentally and emotionally, build your finances, build relationships, work on your craft, and God will compliment you with your equal. My mother got married at 31, my mothers sister also got married at 34 and she’s blessed with 3 children today, and they’re still very happily married. Its not a rare situation, it’s called life. Shiit doesn’t always go according to plan, is your life suddenly over because of this? It’s not a crime to run your own race, quality men attract quality women. Men, see quality before anything. Boys use foolish stereotypes to produce their thoughts. This actually applies to both genders. Heck marriage is not for everyone, if its not for you, jejely stay on your own and live your life in peace. I shall say no more.

Brilliant.
A woman's success should never be based completely on whether she's married or not. Make your choice carefully, let no one tell you that you have failed because you aren't married or because you are
Romance / Re: Many Ladies In The Late 30s Never Saw It Coming – Nigerian Man by Gliding(m): 6:45pm On Dec 01, 2018
Saffi:
To all the women who feel pressured to tie the knot, do not purposely make your life a misery, it is not worth it. People will always talk, you’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t. Unfortunately we have unfortunate men and even women that will shame you and ridicule you for not getting married at the “right time”, these people will be the same ones that will laugh at you when you’re running from one place to another, crying about your marriage issues. Be patient, work on yourself spiritually, mentally and emotionally, build your finances, build relationships, work on your craft, and God will compliment you with your equal. My mother got married at 31, my mothers sister also got married at 34 and she’s blessed with 3 children today, and they’re still very happily married. Its not a rare situation, it’s called life. Shiit doesn’t always go according to plan, is your life suddenly over because of this? It’s not a crime to run your own race, quality men attract quality women. Men, see quality before anything. Boys use foolish stereotypes to produce their thoughts. This actually applies to both genders. Heck marriage is not for everyone, if its not for you, jejely stay on your own and live your life in peace. I shall say no more.

Brilliant
Politics / Re: Church Times Article: It‘s An Insult For PMB To Claim To Be A Man Of Peace- Reno by Gliding(m): 11:27am On Dec 01, 2018
MalcoImX:
Fake news.

Omokri is progenitor of fake news.

The dog and baboon statement is a Hausa idiom. It only means a competitive situation. It is used in Hausa to refer to one or more groups of persons in tight contests.

So, don't come here doing direct translations of local idioms into English. Try translating these English idioms into local dialects and let's see what happens:

1. It rains cats and dogs.

2. Let the cat out of the bag.

3. Ants in your pants.

4. A little bird told me.

5. Cat got your tongue

6. Dog-eat-dog

7. Fight like cat and dog

8. Snake in one's bosom


People already know this, they just want to be mischievous
Politics / Re: 2019: Atiku Will Sell Nigeria On Alibaba – Sowore by Gliding(m): 8:59pm On Nov 30, 2018
FarahAideed:
Can this useless rabid hot headed extortionist and conman shut up . The last time I checked Atiku is not the incumbent whose job you seek , the incumbent whose job you want is called Buhari so tell us why you think you deserve Buharis job but if you want to to contest against Atiku then wait till 2023

Atiku is competition to him. I think he has a right to state his opinion
Politics / Re: US Consulate Replies FG Says Atiku’s American Visa Status Is Confidential by Gliding(m): 6:46pm On Nov 30, 2018
Nbote:
But why is d govt and APC interested in whether d US issues him visa or not? I thought dey dared him to go to America so if Atiku is seeking visa from d US how is it d APCs business? Instead of focusing on Issue based campaigns, dey'll rather indulge in smear campaign and calumny...

The question was asked by journalists, not the FG

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Connect Rail Services Limited Graduate And Exp. Job Recruitment (6 Positions) by Gliding(m): 1:13pm On Oct 18, 2018
The foundation is being laid for a sustainable economy.
Good luck to all applicants.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: FRSC: We Were Asked To Pull Down Our Pants For Medical Screening, Is It Normal? by Gliding(m): 7:11pm On Sep 27, 2018
Medical screening includes physical examination, which requires the doctor to examine all body systems. That includes the privates and all.
However, confidentiality, consent and privacy should ' maintained

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Politics / Re: NBS: Nigeria Recorded Favourable Trade Balance In Q2 2018 by Gliding(m): 5:45am On Sep 27, 2018
elnath:
To what end? How has it impacted on the life of the average Nigerian? Economic gains has to have effect on the people's standard of living to be meaningful.

In fact, that is why they are called economic gains and not losses. It has positive impacts on the people, but mostly such impacts are gradual and long term.
You might remember that the Nigerian economy did not suddenly become bad overnight. It took years /decades of mismanagement. It might take even more to revive it completely.

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Politics / Re: Card Reader Not Included In Electoral Amendment Bill Sent To The President. by Gliding(m): 6:44pm On Sep 11, 2018
LadyExcellency:



Is there, unless President's Assistant lacks simple understanding of English language. I just downloaded the PDF file

We are waiting patiently for you to post the link or upload the documents. I haven't been able to get it online

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Politics / Re: 'Governor Bindow's Thugs' Attack Babachir Lawal's Office (Photos) by Gliding(m): 4:43pm On Sep 04, 2018
BafanaBafana:
Bindow in trouble. I think he is a good governor and he doesn't share money anyhow. His opponents in the party, Babachir Lawal and Nyako however have so much stolen money to throw around so you see where the problem lies.


APC through Oshiomole is gradually returning Power back to the people. Kudos to him.

I'm surprised that it's the same people who are being empowered that are abusing Oshiomhole.
What we should demand for is that all parties should adopt direct primaries, rather we are busy following some politicians blindly.

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Politics / Re: 'Governor Bindow's Thugs' Attack Babachir Lawal's Office (Photos) by Gliding(m): 4:40pm On Sep 04, 2018
id911:
May God bless the go and die former governor of Edo State with imported wife for his ability to scatter the devilish party in such a short period of time

Bro, direct primaries gives power to the people rather than delegates who are selected by the powers that be.
I hope PDP also adopts it.
We should be thinking of sanitising the process by which candidates emerge and that is what APC has done.
Let's look at the greater good for all Nigerians rather than that of a few.
Family / Re: Update On Wife’s Loose Vagina ! by Gliding(m): 9:02am On Sep 01, 2018
Creamcustard:
Hello Op,

This must be a very challenging situation for both of you.
I'll say you probably went about it the wrong way, without considering the character of your spouse.

I'm assuming you bought Ben-wa balls for her to use.Ben-wa balls are usually very good to improve tone.
It is invasive in the sense that she has to insert it in her vjay and hold it in there,it's not for everyone.

How did you approach the talk? Mannerism matters especially when dealing with something so sensitive.
I would be offended if I'm told I have a loose vjay and then have a Ben-wa ball shoved in my face as a solution.

How would you feel if she came home one day and told you that your prick is smal,has always been small and she can't take it anymore and she has bought a di ck extender for you?

Have you considered that she has gone through child birth and is insecure about her body?

I personally don't like when people insult each other,it's usually a battle of who will inflict more hurt on the other person. After hurling insults,what next? You both need to grow up.

The worst part is this 'leave my house' you guys bandy about freely, she will forever hold low grade resentment towards you and now be aware that she's not secure at all which will make matters worse.

Explore why she is miserable.Has she always been miserable? Is she suffering from postnatal depression?

You have said that she has let go of herself emotionally and physically.Is she low in mood,no energy,no enjoyment in anything,not wanting to go out,over or under eating,not caring about anything.

She may actually be depressed, she needs to see a doctor if this is the case.

Times like this,it's best to take a more supportive stance and work through problems sensitively & with tact.

If you deal.with the psychological aspect,the physical will follow and I bet she will be more receptive to other things.


I hope you both sort this out,if you cannot then please co parent cordially so your lovely child does not miss out on the love of father and mother.

Someone needs to apologise and then the other person will follow.



Good luck

Thanks for this respectful,solution focused response. I have read some responses that seem focused on bashing the op.
The man has made a mistake and he's already down, let's try not to worsen his situation
Family / Re: What It Feels Like To Come From A Broken Home. by Gliding(m): 9:20am On Aug 21, 2018
Ayoolajumoke:


I just sent a PM sir, kindly reply.

Sorry, I couldn't view the message neither did I find it in my e-mails. Maybe I'm not very familiar with how to do it. I sent a pm as well, hope you are able to access it.
Family / Re: What It Feels Like To Come From A Broken Home. by Gliding(m): 10:15pm On Aug 20, 2018
Ayoolajumoke:


Awww, thank you.
My pressing need right now is a good ppa in Lagos.


I will check with some people and get back to you. What course did you study?
You can send a personal message if you wish.
Family / Re: What It Feels Like To Come From A Broken Home. by Gliding(m): 6:49pm On Aug 20, 2018
Ayoolajumoke:


Not so easy, step by step though.
Thanks for your concern.

If you need help on some issues, you may mention my moniker.
I'm not promising much though.

Take care and warm regards
Family / Re: What It Feels Like To Come From A Broken Home. by Gliding(m): 7:30pm On Aug 19, 2018
Ayoolajumoke:
It's been fifteen years ago that my dad left my mom with three kids, two boys and a girl, my younger bro was only 6months old and I was only three years old.

It isn't easy living without a father, my mom did all she could to bring us to where we are now, sometimes we go on empty stomach, bought clothes for us twice in a year and so many things that didn't make a good living, she works most times as a maid just to make sure our education is secured (she never remarried ). I feel bad whenever I see my friends talk about their dads and I curse my dad each time I remember everything we've been through that even made me hate men.

All hope isn't lost as I'm now in my second year in the University, wishing to make my mom proud of me. I thank God for blessing me with that kinda mom.

Anybody from a broken home can as well share his/her experience.

I hope you have graduated and found a good job. Hope you have made your mum proud
Car Talk / Re: 2003 Acura MDX Slipping by Gliding(m): 8:22pm On Aug 11, 2018
georgeiyke009:
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Good evening.

Could you please provide me with the contact of the trader you bought the gear from and the guy that mounted it?

I have the same problem as you do right now.

Good evening,

I haven't repaired mine.
I'm still in the process. Was told it may cost upwards of 170k.
Politics / Re: "Why I Ordered Invasion Of NASS" - Lawal Daura by Gliding(m): 5:06pm On Aug 10, 2018
Racoon:


Rather the DSS & its weapons deployed themselves into the NASS to help APC effect a undemocratic change in the leadership of the senate but failed woefully.

This government is yet to tell Nigerians the truth about this saga.Daura cant act alone.Meaning Daura can organize a coup without the president/presidency knowing.Does the government truly understands the full implication of this statement-Buhari is not in charge hence have no business being the C-in-C

Meanwhile as for the IGP, abeg who deployed the policemen stationed same day in the NASS siege & what were they doing there too

That is exactly what coups are all about. Unauthorized use of state machinery to take power. The sitting governments obviously never authorized the actions that led to their own removal
Politics / Re: FG Groans Under N2.7 Trn, Other Judgment Debts by Gliding(m): 5:21pm On Aug 05, 2018
To make the arguments easy

"The fines emanated from the contractual actions of three previous administrations – the Olusegun Obasanjo, Umaru Yar’Adua and Goodluck Jonathan’s."

This is a quote from the article
Politics / Re: Governor Ortom Speaks Amid Impeachment Saga, Explains Why Notice Is Null, Void by Gliding(m): 2:14pm On Jul 30, 2018
NaijaMutant:
"When the Lord turned the captivity of Zion, we were like them dreamed"



The implosion of APC was just like a dream to me.

Surely, this is the hand of God to liberate his people from the jaws of death and evil machinations kiss

Let somebody shout Hallelujah!!!!! grin


Let's hope the the re-emergence of PDP and their sharing formula will bring us from sleep into reality.

We forget so easily. May God help us
TV/Movies / Re: Another Look At Pay TV Cost by Gliding(m): 4:39pm On Jul 29, 2018
soberdrunk:
I stopped reading when he started comparing what we pay with countries that have "24 hours light", the problem is not with the company but the subscribers, it is because most Nigerians will continue to patronize them even if they increase the price by 100%. If at least 15-25% of subscribers refuse to pay for 3-5months they will be forced to bring down the price...... angry

You referred to the poor power situation in Nigeria. Doesn't that mean that Nigeria companies have to provide their own power, which may increase their operations costs?
To make profit, they will have to increase tariffs, isn't it?

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Politics / Re: Pat Utomi Candidacy Remains The Best Option For APC - Frank Ajobena by Gliding(m): 5:27am On Jul 25, 2018
ChidiAlaigbo:
That useless cross_eyed thieving albino? Igbo on top? He can go rule Biafra.

For you to have abused this man like this, I assume you have your facts.
Please tell us when and how he stole.
Business / Re: Buhari Welcomes Moves To Import Crude From Niger Republic by Gliding(m): 5:14am On Jul 25, 2018
godfatherx:
This is another dumb move, if true, I will explain why.

A nation whose major source of revenue is sales of crude oil, wants to incur expenditure in the purchase of the same crude oil again.

If for example, you sell at $65/barrel (OPEC price), you probably incurred let's say $10/barrel as cost of production, leaving you with a margin of $55/barrel, you now use that $55 to go buy the same product @$65/barrel (OPEC price) from Niger and incur some additional contingencies cost and probably land the product at Katsina refinery at let's say $75/barrel. Where is the sense in that?

But if you transfer from the production site within Nigeria, you don't have to sell at OPEC price it will just be production cost + transport cost to refinery. (Except this agreement with Niger is a long-term preparation for the breakup of Nigeria, otherwise it makes no sense under any guise in my opinion) .

Who are the advisors to this corruption-fighting President?
Na so una mumu reach?

What do I know about oyel self, I'm just an Accountant, not even chartered ooo.

The article clearly calls it "stranded crude" which means that they are unable to export it (likely because of no access to the season).
They need to partner with a country in order to export (in this case, Nigeria). That's why the article says "Nigeria to export crude from Niger" and not that we are to import crude from Niger.
Asides, it's 100% private sector driven. So what's our fear?
It's a win/win situation for us
Politics / Re: Olisa Metuh Laughing In Ekweremadu's House (Photo) by Gliding(m): 4:57am On Jul 25, 2018
TimFisher2:
grin


Laughing at the Buffon,Tyrannic, Blood-Sucking,dullardic,despostic,mumustic,weak and lazy idiotic MumuHarrrri aka Vegetable!



Please i feel like eating poisoned Barbeque

Where can i get it?

Who exactly is the buffoon? Is it the Nigerian whose wealth has been stolen by the political elite? Or the sitting president who is unaffected by the wanton stealing? Or the one who still supports a thieving politician for no justifiable reason despite being the most affected by the stealing ?
Our politicians have us exactly where they need us to be.
I wonder if we will ever be alright

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Celebrities / Re: Davido Congratulates Ademola Adeleke On Winning Osun PDP Primaries by Gliding(m): 10:39am On Jul 22, 2018
RebelChip:
If I were the Yorubas in Osun, I will make sure APC looses this election. Same with PDP if Adeleke is a Muslim. My reason is that enough is enough. How can Yoruba Muslims be ruling this state from the time it was created?

Please Yoruba Christians, forget all these crap they tell you that in Yoruba land that religion does not matter. Thats a lie from the pit of hell. Just ask yourself, does it mean there are no Oodua sons who are Christians that can develop Osun?

Let me give you some secrets now even though head slamming personnels all over Nigeria won't like my comment.

Nasarawa state is a state populated by 80% Christians. But every time, the least they can get is deputy governor. That state has been ruled by Muslims from time immemorial. And you tell me religion is not important in Politics? What about Kaduna? Where Christians are 55% against Muslim 45%? Yet.... No Christian Governor. My people, do you know that the only Christian Governor that ever came up in Kaduna died in an helicopter crash? Some months after inauguration? You think there are no feelers the bird was compromised before it took off?

Exact same thing is playing out in Osun and Yorubaland. There is an organised and systematic jihadization going on in the West. But if I tell my Yoruba Christian brothers, they will say "Religion does not matter in Yorubaland". But look well, something terrible is happening.

By the way, I don't know why the Adeleke family who are mostly Muslims are always running to the East to marry Igbo women. Why can't you people marry from your tribe? Is it a pointer that Yoruba women are not marriageable? Nobody should give me that crap of National unity. Nigeria is not one and can never be one. Igbos are predominantly Christians and will always remain so. Light and Darkness can never mix. Davido is madly in love with an Igbo Christian Chioma, his grandmother is a strong Christian Igbo women, Same with so many other Igbo women married to that family in Ede. Please Adeleke family, leave Igbo women alone. I say this with all seriousness. Igbo girls, stop spreading your legs for Yoruba men. Stop breeding outside our tribe. We have good looking Igbo men to marry from.

In conclusion, Yoruba Muslims are the problem of the Yoruba nation. They are too uncivilized for my liking. Very rough and violent. Yoruba Christians are the best. I mean what am about to say. Whatever you do, try not to do business with a Yoruba Muslim. Over here in London, they can be violent at the slightest provocation. Yoruba Christians are manageable even though they still have oduduwa treachery and backstabbing nature encoded in their DNA. Signs to look out for to detect a violent Yoruba Muslim from afar? The Forehead and Beards. The picture below best illustrates it.

God bless Igboland
God bless Yoruba Christians
Thunder Destroy Buhari and APC insha Alla Amin
Thunder Scatter Aisha Buhari Masha Alla Amin
May the Supporters of APC never know peace Amin
Biafra will rise again... Amen.


Is Oyinlola a Muslim?

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Business / Re: Top 10 Weakest Currency In Africa (See List) by Gliding(m): 11:53pm On Jul 18, 2018
karllemah44:
If DAT Zimbabwean currency is not here then dis list is nonsense

Instead of our people to do a simple internet search to confirm, they chose to believe the worst about their own country.
As if it's not obvious enough that this post is filled with lies.
Family / Re: My Husband's Pride Wants To Ruin Our Home by Gliding(m): 10:49pm On Jul 14, 2018
HEseesall:



Thanks, i am thinking of telling our pastor, i dont want to tell my family cos they may antagonise him, thanks for your imput


As a reminder, do not write MR and MRS, it's not recognized under the law. Write your full names separately and include "and" in between the names .
Make further enquiries from at least two lawyers

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Family / Re: My Husband's Pride Wants To Ruin Our Home by Gliding(m): 10:44pm On Jul 14, 2018
HEseesall:
I had to open this account for anonymity
I'm in a dilemma, let me start like this, when i and my husband first got married we did a joint business that fetched us a huge amount of money, the aim was to build a house, when we got the money, he decided to use his' for his parents (i had no problem with that) then mine for what we wanted to use it for

Two weeks ago we had a major misunderstanding, it was soo intense to the extent that he told me to park out of the house, in the heat of things i told him that cannot be possible that the house is in my name, he was shocked, saying it is impossible we built it together that it's in his name, i had to remind him what happened then, he was furious saying it was wrong of me to use my name, that he cant believe he has been staying in a house that does not belong to him, he told his family what i did claming victim, then he packed out saying he wont come home till i change the name to his full name, i begged him to no avail, i dont even know how to tell my people, imagine if it was in his name, i and the kids would have been out of the house by now, he has requested for transfer from his office to another state cos of this, who does that?? He cant expect me to change it to his name.

Pls i need other advise to go about this, he is a good man but he feels his ego has been bruised, i need other options.


MODIFIED For those viewing this, i have made some clarifications down to page (1),
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If you agree to change the name on the documents for whatever reason, make SURE that you put both of your names on it.
Do not write Mr & Mrs ......., write your full names separately on it or better still, consult a lawyer.

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Health / Re: New Look Of Man Who Couldn't Smile Before Due To Facial Tumour. Photos by Gliding(m): 9:08pm On Jun 26, 2018
Facilities and expertise required for doing this type of surgeries are available in Nigeria.

They are often performed by maxillofacial surgeons, a specialty under dentistry.

Our health system is poor but not completely in shambles.

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Car Talk / Re: 2003 Acura MDX Slipping by Gliding(m): 9:07pm On Jun 14, 2018
mmrius:


I had the transmission replaced at Ladipo. I bought a tokunbo transmission gear for 180k, labor was 20k, original honda Z1 transmission oil 4,500x5 = 22,500. I also sold my faulty transmission for about 5k or 10k not sure now.

In all, I spent about 230k - 250k. Best part is, till date I have never had any issues with the transmission gear. Money well spent.

Thanks for the update.
Car Talk / Re: 2003 Acura MDX Slipping by Gliding(m): 12:13am On Jun 13, 2018
mmrius:
PLEASE, can anyone recommend where I can get a used transmission, Ladipo or Oyingbo?

With at least 3 - 6 months signed warranty or guarantee.

How much does it cost on the average?

Please share your experience with the transmission change/repair?
My Acura MDX 2003 has similar issues and I would like to learn from your experience.
Car Talk / Re: How Much Is Mdx Transmission by Gliding(m): 11:59pm On Jun 12, 2018
Elsafema:
pleas how much is acura MDX 02 gear box

Did you get it eventually? How much was it and was it well fixed?

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