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Music/Radio / Dj Needed Urgently by jesusfreak(f): 3:43pm On Oct 23, 2009
hi all
i need a DJ for a wedding in November
d venue is lagos
Interested pple should respond to this post with their contacts
Adverts / Re: Affordable And Nice Shoes/sandals For Sale by jesusfreak(f): 8:01am On Jun 30, 2009
more pictures
Adverts / Affordable And Nice Shoes/sandals For Sale by jesusfreak(f): 7:59am On Jun 30, 2009
Affordable shoes and sandals for Men.

we also make female shoes too.

Hurry now while stock last.

Place your orders by calling 08022227417 or 07028055496.

prices from N3,500!!!

Delivery within Lagos available

Fashion/Clothing Market / Re: Post ALL Your Fashion-Related Adverts Here!! INDIVIDUAL Threads Created Just For Adverts Will BE MOVED To "Adverts" Section!!!! by jesusfreak(f): 7:55am On Jun 30, 2009
Affordable shoes and sandals for Men.

we also make female shoes too.

Hurry now while stock last.

Place your orders by calling 08022227417 or 07028055496.

prices from N3,500!!!

Delivery within lagos available

Technology Market / Re: I Need A Clock-in Machine Urgently! by jesusfreak(f): 5:30pm On Jun 25, 2009
i tried those numbers but didnt get tru
u may reach me on 07028055496
Technology Market / I Need A Clock-in Machine Urgently! by jesusfreak(f): 3:44pm On Jun 25, 2009
Hello all.pls does anyone sell/have an idea on where i can get clock in machines.its 4 urgent use in a company.pls help
Literature / Re: Have U Seen Chimamanda's New Book In Nigeria? by jesusfreak(f): 5:52pm On Jun 18, 2009
try kachifo.com
i think the book shld be ready by june or july
cos i asked last month
Family / Re: They Want Him To Marry A Dead Girl by jesusfreak(f): 7:14pm On Apr 07, 2009

He may do the rites for the sake of his twins.

if i may add my own lines to what has already been said so far, i will advice that the guy marries the corpse. it is a common practice in this part of the country. It brings bad luck on the guy if he refuses to marry the corpse. i know of so many of such stories.

@ seun and other people who still carry such barbaric mentality
please wake up! im wondering why this isnt such a big hit wen u compare what d nigerian society makes of the widows who are maltreated in the name of a bloddy culture!
It even saddens me to find that young people who are supposed to champion the cause of change are the very ones draging us back to the stone age!
i love the african culture but we need to separate what makes us priggish and inhuman from the richness  that our africanness represents!
this has nothing to do with the hogwash called karma! did he kill d girl?? why would anything bad happen to him if he refuses to do the ritual?
its so appalling and thanks for forcing me to post on nl again   angry
Fashion / Re: Hair! How To Detangle The Wig by jesusfreak(f): 5:38am On Mar 12, 2009
I thnk i like d warm water therapy.
Fashion / Re: Afro Vs Hi Top Fade by jesusfreak(f): 5:35am On Mar 12, 2009
Im so in d mood for a natural 'fro!
Literature / Re: Bloggers by jesusfreak(f): 5:53pm On Jan 28, 2009
Dating And Meet-up Zone / Re: Meet Naija Singles @ Oniru Private BeachRave...this Saturday,29th Nov.(PICTURES) by jesusfreak(f): 7:50am On Nov 28, 2008
im gonna be there for sure with my gals
are we gonna buy drinks and food or we that free? undecided

its gonna be da BOMB!
Music/Radio / Jennifer Hudson's Mother, Brother And Nephew Murdered! by jesusfreak(f): 7:22am On Oct 30, 2008
Desperate pleas end in despair as starlet's nephew found dead
2 days ago

CHICAGO (AFP) — Desperate pleas for the safe return of starlet Jennifer Hudson's seven-year-old nephew ended in despair Monday when police found the boy's bullet-riddled body in an abandoned vehicle on Chicago's west side.

Julian King had not been seen since Hudson's sister discovered the bodies of their brother and mother shot to death in the family home on Friday afternoon.

While it is too soon to guess at a motive, police believe "it wasn't the case of a stranger-type homicide," superintendent Jody Weis told reporters.

Weis said he was "pretty optimistic" the evidence would lead them to the killer.

Police have not yet identified a suspect in the case but the boy's stepfather, William Balfour, is considered a "person of interest," Weis said.

Balfour, who was taken into custody for questioning on Friday, is being held on a parole violation but has not been charged.

Estranged from Hudson's older sister Julia, he has denied involvement in the murders or disappearance, law enforcement sources said.

The Oscar-winning star of "Dreamgirls" used her website and MySpace page to post photos of the chubby cheeked boy and offer up a 100,000 dollar reward for his return.

In one photo, a smiling Julian cuddles with his grandmother: "that's how close they were" Hudson wrote. Others show how "he loves his mom" or "does the fat kid dance" or is "not the size of an average seven-year old" but has "a baby face."

Hours after his body was discovered, Julian's photo and the reward were removed from Hudson's website and replaced with the simple note:

"Thank you all for your prayers and calls. The support has been overwhelming and we thank you for being there for us through this tough time. Sincerely, The Hudson Family."

Hudson was the one to identify the boy, saying "yes that's him" when his face appeared on a wall-mounted video screen, said Sean Howard, a spokesman for the medical examiner's office.

She entered the room with her head bowed but "remained strong for her family. It was very clear she was the leader," Howard said.

"She held hands with her family. It was obviously a very emotional moment."

It was a shocking end to a horrific ordeal, said Hudson's cousin Rev. Krista Alston, a minister at the Pleasant Gift Baptist Church in Chicago.

"It's shocking. It's unreal. We had been praying that it would not come to this," Alston said. "We know it's a reality now, but it's still shocking."

Police believe Hudson's brother, Jason, 29, was shot through the door of the family home on Chicago's south side. The shooter then entered the home and kept firing, hitting Hudson's mother Darnell Donerson, 57, as she entered the room.

Hudson's older sister, Julia, discovered the bodies around 3:00 pm Friday but there was no sign of her son.

Julian was found in the back seat of his uncle's missing sports utility vehicle shortly after 7:00 a.m. Monday, police said.

It was not immediately clear when he was killed but it appeared as though he was shot multiple times in the vehicle, law enforcement sources said.

An autopsy will be performed Tuesday.

Balfour had split up with Julia Hudson and moved out of the home she shared with her mother and brother, friends and neighbors said.

The 27-year-old baker has convictions for attempted murder, vehicular hijacking and possession of a stolen motor vehicle, according to the Illinois Department of Corrections. He was released from prison in May 2006 and is still on probation.

Hudson, whose star turn in "Dreamgirls" earned her an Academy Award for best supporting actress in 2007, was in Florida promoting her latest movie, "The Secret Life of Bees," when she got word of the tragedy.

She has shunned the spotlight since rushing home to the Windy City.

The 27-year-old was riding high with a new movie and a number one hit on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts from her recently released self-titled debut album, until the family tragedy upended her life.

who would do sthg so cruel?
Literature / I Need To Write by jesusfreak(f): 8:07am On Oct 28, 2008
can anyone hook me up with a magazine editor? i would love to write for one
Politics / Re: Where Is My Eyes? by jesusfreak(f): 1:33pm On Jul 16, 2008
funny grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Interview With Zenith Gm Held On 25/06/08 by jesusfreak(f): 11:25am On Jul 16, 2008
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Interview With Zenith Gm Held On 25/06/08 by jesusfreak(f): 6:12pm On Jul 15, 2008
Literature / Dead Caves by jesusfreak(f): 2:54pm On Jul 15, 2008
He dragged his feet along the rocky path. His breath came out short and sounded like a broken whistle. He cursed beneath the sickly sound.

Where in the world is Simi?

His left foot hurt more than ever as he went past the mango trees under the drizzle. His chest was barely covered by a thin shirt, brown with age and dirt.

Where in the world is Simi?

But what use is Simi now that the elders took her away. What use are his questions? Yet he needed to ask, he needed to be sure his mind was still sane. Late at nights, he often dreamt of them coming back to take him. The fear was so cold that he never closed his eyes to sleep. He listened to every sound in the jungle and waited for death like a new bride.

Maybe if they come I can be at peace, finally. Maybe I’ll see my mother again.

Right now, he knew they wouldn’t come because they hate the rain. He felt so alone, his throat hoarse from screaming so loudly when they took his Simi away. Once again, he let his thoughts drift back to the night she was taken.

“Doga, don’t let them take me away!”

She struggled and fought but he just stared and stared at her big brown eyes. She looked, scared yet beautiful as always. He knew he would never see her again.
He cursed again at himself this time; he should have been there for her but his body went numb at the tiny arrow shot at him that night. Now, it all feels like a dream, a bad dream.

The rain stopped just as his memory brought him back along the path. He knew he should rest but his eyes caught something along the path. Red water flowed silently beside his feet. He followed the water’s trace and came to a cave. Pitch dark but warm. Someone must have built a fire in here. His pace quickened at the thought of somewhere to lay his head. He forgot about the red water.
Career / Telecommunications Scholarship Programme by jesusfreak(f): 2:44pm On Jul 15, 2008

Welcome to the Telecommunications Scholarship Programme (TSP) conducted by the Institute for Advanced e Studies (IAeS) in partnership with leading telecommunications firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Nigeria is the leading telecommunications market in Africa. This trend and rapid deployment of telecommunications infrastructure has created a huge demand for telecommunications professionals in Nigeria.

To register for the Telecommunications Scholarship Programme, Click Here



Based on this ever - increasing demand and the shortage of highly skilled telecommunications professionals, it has become imperative for a home-grown approach to solving this unique problem.



The vision of the Telecommunication Scholarship Programme (TSP) is to provide a pool of qualified, competent, local content professionals for the local and international telecommunications industry.



Create a pool of competent telecommunications professionals for local and international telecommunications firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers;
Leverage on partnerships with telecommunications firms to facilitate employment of successful candidates;
Increase the local content profile of telecommunications firms;
Build the capacity of existing staff of telecommunications firms on recent trends and skill sets in the industry; and
Equip school leavers and graduates with the skills necessary to profitably run their own businesses, providing independent consultancy services to the telecommunications companies.



Candidates that successfully complete the training programme will:

acquire the necessary skill sets to excel in the telecommunications industry;
automatically qualify to be invited for job interviews by leading telecommunications companies under the TSP job placement programme;
increase earning potentials;
quickly become a Subject Matter Expert in the telecommunications industry; and
acquire in-depth experience on a wide array of telecommunications products and services thereby equipping the participant with the knowledge to work in a wide range of positions.




Acquire the required technical skills to work as a technician in the telecommunications industry;
Possess the technological know - how to succeed as entrepreneurs, providing independent consultancy services to telecommunications firms; and
Leverage on the Telecommunications Scholarship Programme (TSP) job placement programme which entails attending job interviews with telecommunications firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers.

Acquire the relevant skills for their acceptance by telecommunications firms for industrial attachment and internship programmes;
Obtain additional internationally - recognized certifications to enhance their resumes;
Possess the technological know - how to succeed as entrepreneurs, providing independent consultancy services to telecommunications firms after graduation; and
Leverage on the Telecommunications Scholarship Programme (TSP) job placement programme which entails attending job interviews with telecommunications firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers.

Obtain additional internationally - recognized certifications to enhance their resumes;
Leverage on the Telecommunications Scholarship Programme job placement programme which entails attending job interviews with telecommunications firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers;
Acquire the skills required for a seamless transition from graduates to new employees in the telecommunications industry; and
Possess the technological know - how to succeed as enterpreneurs, providing independent consultancy services to telecommunications firms after graduation.

Increase productivity;
Update knowledge in modern trends/new technological developments in the telecommunications industry;
Obtain additional internationally - recognized certifications to enhance their resumes and enhance chances of promotion; and
Acquire the necessary skills to move to leading telecommunications firms.


All interested candidates should endeavour to follow the steps below:

Click on the "Telecommunications Scholarship Programme" button;
Click on the “Register” button;
Complete the Registration Form and click “Submit”; and
Check your e-mail address for confirmation of successful registration as well as to obtain your examination details.
Jobs/Vacancies / Resigning? by jesusfreak(f): 1:02pm On Jul 15, 2008
whats the minimum period allowed for one to resign from an organization in Nigeria(using the labour laws)? some compnaies require one month in lieu of notice or the employee forfiets one month's pay

how true is this?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Interview With Zenith Gm Held On 25/06/08 by jesusfreak(f): 11:00am On Jul 15, 2008
Literature / Sisi by jesusfreak(f): 11:00am On Jul 14, 2008

Come here
Let me tell you a secret
Let me put my lips to your ears
Feel the rhythm of my heartbeat
I know you may think me foolish
Or maybe priggish
But I care for you Sisi
You are like a rose in the desert
So beautiful, so pure
And when you do that walk
All men just stutter and stalk
But let me tell you something
I hate beauty pageants
Sisi, do you need an audience to tell you
That your beauty is beyond compare?
Do you need to wear a rope-like pant?
And a shiny brassier
For a plastic tiara
Do you need to shake your derrière?
For a couple of money hungry lions
Ready to feast on you at the slightest chance
You are beautiful
You are unique
You belong to the classy generation
Just the way you are
No, Sisi
Don’t even change your skin
Red or tan
Yellow or brown
You’re a class act

Let me tell you something
I hate prostitution
I see you every night
All dressed up and looking good
But what you do
I detest
Don’t let him put his thing in you
Just because you need that money badly
You are beautiful and unique
God’s own creation
Stand tall
Wall like a gazelle that you are
This is not the only way out
I am even willing to help you Sisi
I am your friend

Toyin Odewunmi 2008©
Fashion / Miss Usa Falls Down---again! by jesusfreak(f): 8:51am On Jul 14, 2008
Miss Venezuela is Miss Universe 2008
By BEN STOCKING, Associated Press Writer
45 minutes ago

Miss Venezuela was crowned Miss Universe 2008 on Monday in a contest marked by the spectacle of Miss USA falling down during the evening gown competition for the second year in a row.

The new Miss Universe, Dayana Mendoza, was once kidnapped in her homeland and says the experience taught her to remain poised under pressure.

Tension got under the skin of Miss USA, Crystle Stewart of Texas, who tripped on the train of her bejeweled evening gown as she made her entrance.

During the 2007 Miss Universe contest in Mexico City, Miss USA Rachel Smith also tumbled during the evening gown competition and became an unintended star on YouTube, where the video was shown over and over again.  

At a news conference after this year's event, a beaming Mendoza said she wasn't yet sure where her upcoming year of whirlwind appearances would take her. But after a quick stop in New York, she wants to see her family again, enjoy some of her mom's home cooking and give everyone hugs.

"When I go back to Venezuela I will jump on my family and they will jump on me," said Mendoza. awww

In the meantime, Mendoza said, she is simply looking forward to taking off her high-heeled shoes and massaging her feet.  my kind of girl  

She declined to discuss her kidnapping, which occurred a year and a half ago, but took advantage of the occasion to call for global peace.

"I want to raise my voice and tell the world that violence is not the answer," she said.

Mendoza, 22, is a 5-foot, 10-inch (178-centimeter), green-eyed beauty who enjoys learning languages and photography. She appeared at the news conference in the flowing yellow dress and dangling turquoise earrings that she wore during the evening gown competition in which Stewart took her spill. oops

Stewart, 26, is a motivational speaker and former track and field star who is working on a book called "Waiting to Win." The Houston native plans to open a character-development school for young children and has worked with students with autism in the Texas schools. oh yeah right  

During a weekend interview with the Associated Press, Stewart said she felt very confident going into the show and couldn't imagine experiencing the same calamity as her predecessor.

"All I can offer to the world and to America is to do my best," Stewart said. "Nerves don't play a part in this."
over confidence  

The final five contestants included four from Latin America: Miss Mexico, Miss Dominican Republic, Miss Colombia and Miss Venezuela. Rounding out the final five was Miss Russia.

Miss Colombia finished second behind Mendoza.

Miss Thailand won the prize for best national costume and Miss El Salvador was chosen by her peers as Miss Congeniality.

The NBC show was hosted by talk show star Jerry Springer and Spice Girl Melanie Brown and broadcast live to hundreds of millions of viewers in 170 countries.

The tuxedoed Springer made a grand entrance on a motorbike -- the vehicle of choice in Vietnam, where the streets are teeming with millions of the speeding two-wheelers.

Eighty contestants gathered in the seaside city of Nha Trang, Vietnam, vying to succeed previous Miss Universe Riyo Mori of Japan.

Sporting yellow, green and orange bikinis, the 15 semifinalists strutted across the stage during the swimsuit competition to the sounds of Lady Gaga, who belted out the pulsating "Just Dance" in a platinum blond wig. Miss Vietnam, Lam Thuy Nguyen, was greeted with a roar from the Vietnamese audience.

The final 10 then competed in the evening gown event.

They performed in front of a panel of judges that included international fashion experts and Donald Trump Jr., whose father, the real estate magnate and TV star, co-owns the pageant with NBC.

This year's contestants spanned a wide range of experiences and aspirations.

Miss Albania was a professional basketball player. Miss Argentina says she has paranormal experiences. Miss Antigua & Barbuda is fascinated by snakes. Miss Angola was in a plane crash while trying to escape a conflict during her country's civil war.
Celebrities / Re: Do I Look Like D'banj? by jesusfreak(f): 8:46am On Jul 14, 2008
@ post
u will if u get ur nose reconstructed and prolly a proper make over undecided
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Etisalat Interview! by jesusfreak(f): 12:11pm On Jul 09, 2008
its not a test

its an interview

dont tell me pple gate crash fr dat 2? grin

anyway i think its somewhere in banana island, ikoyi

2morw by 10am

but dont say i said so o!

now give me d dumps! grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Etisalat Interview! by jesusfreak(f): 9:06am On Jul 09, 2008
does anyone know anything about Etisalat interview format? likely questions and mode of interview will be appreciated.

thank you wink
Health / Appendicitcs Or Peptic Ulcer? by jesusfreak(f): 3:51pm On Jul 07, 2008
my friend just had his appendix removed, after a few days he starts complaining of a pressure in his chest region, like sthg is pulling his heart. he belches a lot too with nausea.

is this normal with the operation or he has something else?

P.S: he said d symtoms went away for a whole day and he doesnt feel the sensation anymorw but im just wondering what the problem is.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Etisalat: Which Way Out? by jesusfreak(f): 10:26am On Jul 07, 2008

try dat link instead, there's a careers tab on it. u musta been using the global website
Politics / Re: Kano Youths Inhale Gutter Odour To Get High. by jesusfreak(f): 6:00pm On Jul 01, 2008
sick post
sick replies
Phones / Re: Nokia Unlocking Code by jesusfreak(f): 3:12pm On Jul 01, 2008
my Nokia 6280 has d same problem. i removed d SIM and put it back in . only for it to ask me for my security code dat d fone memory was protected, i tried using the normal Nokia code of 12345 but it didnt open.

i typed for my IMEI code and it generated a master code but ds didnt work either!

whats d prob?
Phones / Samsung Phones! by jesusfreak(f): 3:05pm On Jul 01, 2008
people please whats wrong with samsung F480 AND G 800?

i heard samuusng fones arent good

i need opinions pls smiley
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Opportunity by jesusfreak(f): 8:38pm On Jun 19, 2008
one mugu is about to go down! grin

dont come sobbing wen yre swindled o grin

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