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Travel / Re: COVID-19: MC Oluomo Issues Warning To Transport Operators by MetaPhysical: 1:28am On Mar 24
otipoju:
You'll be surprised that these guys are better organized than the Federal Government.

They know the value of money, defending their territory and enforcing discipline among their rank and file and dont talk anyhow.

Very true.

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Politics / Re: Bianca Ojukwu Dazzles In Green In ‘stay at home’ relaxation Mode by MetaPhysical: 1:21am On Mar 24
Where is the ring Gburugburu gave to her? grin grin
Politics / Re: This Is My Mind If You Don't Like The Post Skip It And Pass by MetaPhysical: 7:35pm On Mar 23
Banmeallday:


Looks like this one has gotten Coronavirus.


SOOOOOO,


You just allowed Biafra to be disturbing your mind of all things to think about...

Have you wondered how to improve Nigeria economy....the answer is no
Have you wondered how to settle the striking doctors....the answer is no
Have you wondered how to deal effectively with Boko Haram....the answer of course is no
Have you wondered how to improve Women soccer team that has not played a single game since last Women’s World Cup......no you have not
Have you wondered the legality of Amotekun or whether such approach is good for the Westeren region/Oduduwa states....no you have not
Have you wondered how to improve the already dilapidated healthcare system for you or your favorite Hausa men? Nope you haven’t

You are a Nigger and Niger Delta simply means NIGGERS in a delta, and coined by the British and sustained by the Fulani to deceive you

Biafra itself comes from Ijo.......Ijaw if you dont know.....yes, IJO.....

And so many of them say to hell with the Nigger Area

Afonja!!!! grin grin
Politics / Re: This Is My Mind If You Don't Like The Post Skip It And Pass by MetaPhysical: 7:34pm On Mar 23
Ayebagbalinyo:
In the name of whatever you people believe in, you people planning to separate this blessed country Nigeria will not WORK out.

Igbos you are fighting for separation?

Let me tell you the truth,the front line fighter are selfish and greed people, they are doing it for their own benefits not for the common Igbo man.

Please in the name of God please don't put Niger Delta States in your selfish fight oh.

For me instead of to follow an Igbo man I rather follow The Hausa man.

Afonja!!! grin grin grin

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Culture / Re: Oriki - Is There Anything Historical In It For Us? by MetaPhysical: 7:23pm On Mar 23
2prexios:


Very well bro.

Vertical from generation to generation, horizontal by how the custodians of oriki has spread and improved upon the information handed down in their new abode.

What I've found so far is that oriki has proven to be scientific: it's a tradition built on cogent and genuine information. Then it's a guide.

When the students are ready then the teacher will appear.

The place names you've listed are the group that formed what became known as Yoruba today. Ife, Ado, Cutonu (meaning perilous mariners), Ilesha, Oyo etc, in no particular order.

From what you have posted, we'll re-exermine some words that can be considered stickers because they've stacked on since inception.

A good instance is Iwase. Its the best way to start, hence I've keep track with it. I will be back.

Eletu Iwase is one of four Eletus in Lagos.

Eletu Odibo - Prime Minister
Eletu Kekere - Lesser Minister (title is dormant and has not been used long time)
Eletu Ijebu - Ijebu Minister
Eletu Iwase - Iwase (Migrants) Minister.


Lagos does not have a Balogun. The equivalent is an Olorogun (Olori Ogun).

Olorogun Ado (wrongly called Adodo) would be the war commander of Ado.

Outside Yoruba proper, there are two Ados, one East (Onitsha) and one West (Dahomey).

Olorogun Ado was the commander at the West fort in Dahomey, and one of the titles replicated when Olofin brought Asipa and settled him on Aromire's land.


The Lagos Royalty have had two dynasties so far. The first ended with Akinsemoyin. The current one started with Olorogun Kutere.


Why is he called Olorogun Kutere? It's a noble title.

He inherited this title from his Ijebu maternal grandmother, Olugbani, who was the daughter of an Ijebu nobleman.

Same happened to Eshinlokun. His father, Olorogun Kutere, married from an Ijebu noble family. The mother gave her son, Eshinlokun, her lineage title of Asajon.

All the bloodline descending from the first and second dynasties can bear Olorogun but only the descendants of Eshinlokun can bear Asajon. This is how Kosoko ended up as the Asajon of Lagos.


In all of these we see that the Oba of Lagos throne is triangulated - their bloodline is Benin/Ijesha on father and Ijebu/Whydah on mother.


The Ijebu and Whydah roots feature prominently in their Orikis...it highlights their alliances and relationships over time.

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Sports / Should Tokyo 2020 Olympics Game Be Postponed? by MetaPhysical: 6:09pm On Mar 23
Many countries have shut down gyms and athletic facilities. This means athletes' schedules are impacted. In fact some competition meets have also been cancelled since travel ban prevents world class atheletes from participating.

Canada and Australia are not sending athletes to Tokyo.

It is highly doubtful Italy, Iran, US, China and France would.

Should IOC pull the plug and move the 2020 Olympics date forward?
Family / Re: For How Long Should An Engagement Ring Be Worn? by MetaPhysical: 5:59pm On Mar 23
Even if he set a date now nobody go show up. The whole town is practising social distancing.

Wait after corona...

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Politics / Re: Coronavirus - Covid19 - Resources You Need For Your Awareness. by MetaPhysical: 5:56pm On Mar 23
1,000 more death in 24hrs!

Over 30,000 new cases.
Politics / Re: DEEP!!! This Deep Message From Femi Fani Kayode Will Stir You Up (watch) by MetaPhysical: 5:51pm On Mar 23
What is deep in this message?

OP, where is the depth in his message? Nothing he says here stirs the soul into awakening.

You were bamboozled into taking his articulation of english language for inspiration of spirit.

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Politics / Re: Atiku Abubakar & Estate Residents Dragged His UK Returnee Son For COVID 19 Test by MetaPhysical: 5:21pm On Mar 23
Did he travel commercial or private?

Abi which kin wahala be dis now?
Culture / Re: Oriki - Is There Anything Historical In It For Us? by MetaPhysical: 2:27pm On Mar 23
2prexios:


Very well bro.

Vertical from generation to generation, horizontal by how the custodians of oriki has spread and improved upon the information handed down in their new abode.

What I've found so far is that oriki has proven to be scientific: it's a tradition built on cogent and genuine information. Then it's a guide.

When the students are ready then the teacher will appear.

The place names you've listed are the group that formed what became known as Yoruba today. Ife, Ado, Cutonu (meaning perilous mariners), Ilesha, Oyo etc, in no particular order.

From what you have posted, we'll re-exermine some words that can be considered stickers because they've stacked on since inception.

A good instance is Iwase. Its the best way to start, hence I've keep track with it. I will be back.

Today, African Americans interested in finding where in Africa their ancestors originated go to clinics to give dna sample. This is navigating genetic coding to pinpoint geo-zone, or more pecisely ethnic identity.

Similarly, Oriki is a "navigator".

Let us imagine that some slaves and their descendants had passed on their Oriki to succeeding generations. Today it would be possible to pinpoint their family compound....a feat that dna is not currently capable of.

The Oriki itself, as you have pointed out is scientific. As an individual recites his/her Oriki it is a audio print of their genetic lineage......

"I am the son of those who arrest the surging waves...

A monkey lean on the branch and travels the air...

I stand on the crest and walk the sea...

They ask who am I to troop with the sharks...

I replied that I am the son of Olokun, the custodian of storming seas..."


Very simple, yet precise! We know this person must be from a family that worships Olokun, this person is Yoruba and this person is from a coastal town. Our search for his family is narrowed to just a handful of compounds.

Thanks bro!

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Culture / Re: Oriki - Is There Anything Historical In It For Us? by MetaPhysical: 6:44am On Mar 23
Oriki can be viewed as a continuum of historical evolution for its owner.

The Oriki is a record book of deeds showing contributions and exploits of Ancestors in their dimensional capacities - vertical and horizontal!
Culture / Re: Photo Evidence Of Oreri (ora-eri)People Of Anambra State Being Igala By Ancestry by MetaPhysical: 2:14am On Mar 23
Osagyefo98:



This man remove your eye from Anambra state. Look for else where to propagate your land grabbing agenda.

If we are talking of ancestry then it is safe to say Igala and Yorubas has same ancestry because they share even language similarities.

Once again, you have failed in this your annexation agenda.

live let others live.

Can you ever talk without a mention of Yoruba? This is between Igala and Anambra. Face your Igala colonizers and let Yoruba alone.

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Culture / Re: Oriki - Is There Anything Historical In It For Us? by MetaPhysical: 2:01am On Mar 23
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Politics / Re: Coronavirus - Covid19 - Resources You Need For Your Awareness. by MetaPhysical: 12:56am On Mar 23
How did Covid-19 start?
The disease appears to have originated from a Wuhan seafood market where wild animals, including marmots, birds, rabbits, bats and snakes, are traded illegally. Coronaviruses are known to jump from animals to humans, so it’s thought that the first people infected with the disease – a group primarily made up of stallholders from the seafood market – contracted it from contact with animals.

Although an initial analysis of the virus that causes Covid-19 suggested it was similar to viruses seen in snakes, the hunt for the animal source of Covid-19 is still on. A team of virologists at the Wuhan Institute for Virology released a detailed paper showing that the new coronaviruses' genetic makeup is 96 per cent identical to that of a coronavirus found in bats, while an as-yet unpublished study argues that genetic sequences of coronavirus in pangolins are 99 per cent similar to the human virus . Some early cases of Covid-19, however, appear to have inflicted people with no link to the Wuhan market at all, suggesting that the initial route of human infection may pre-date the market cases.

Chinese started and made sushi delicacies popular round the world - raw flesh from rat, lizard, bat, octopus, frog, fish.
Not to speculate but I wonder if victims have any record or history of eating sushi....or as a kitchen worker, preparing sushi. God forgive me but its just a thought.
Politics / Coronavirus - Covid19 - Resources You Need For Your Awareness. by MetaPhysical: 12:33am On Mar 23
Symptoms
People may experience:
Runny nose
Sore throat
Cough
Fever
Difficulty breathing (severe cases)

Consult a doctor for medical advice
Source: World Health Organization

Leading Researchers on the virus
https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/


Leading Regulatory Body on Global Disease Control
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html


News Article on the Origin of COVID-19
https://www.wired.co.uk/article/china-coronavirus

Interactive World Map
https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6

Politics / Re: Reactions As Buhari Pronounced Covid19 As "Covik One Nine Virus' by MetaPhysical: 12:08am On Mar 23
Tinubu has taught this man to practice bad acts. grin

When Tinubu wanted to do something undercover he will first throw a curveball onto the social media and give us something to talk about. He then does his bad act unnoticed, and in peace! grin grin

Bubu has been reading before we are born. To now start making gaffe in reading is intentional....it is a curveball!

Tinubu mind yasef o!! angry
Politics / Re: Coronavirus: Sanwoolu Shuts Down Levels 1-12 In The Lagos Public Service by MetaPhysical: 11:59pm On Mar 22
Do we have pandemic insurance coverage in Nigeria?

This coronavirus will define new business models going forward.

Before 9/11 accessibility at airports was unrestrained, all that changed worldwide after 9/11. Countries not in the immediate target of terrorists also joined to change policies on security. Insurance companies started underwriting policy coverage for death or injury caused by terrorism.

Coronavirus will change the way forward, globally. If you are an insurance underwriter.....develop a product that you can market, beginning NOW! grin

cc
naptu
seun
Politics / Re: There is no need for another Biafra - Dim Ojukwu warned! Share with Kanu... by MetaPhysical: 8:09pm On Mar 22
Yujin:
Biafra is coming. Let all that have ears hear it. It doesn't matter what the great Ojukwu said. As long as our people are still been treated with disdain in the land of our ancestors, resistance must arise. Who would talk about another country if one is given a sense of belonging and accorded the same dignity as others? We reject all the ill-treatment and bare tolerance as we have the fundamental human right to exercise our freedom as aspire to every position available to all. Stalling these opportunities by oppression and marginalization will always trigger rebellion and the call for a better country where all the aforementioned will be guaranteed. I say it boldly because I know you and your likes (op) as inspired by the evil FG are incapable of giving us an egalitarian society because of your hate and envy. We in IPOB have come to that conclusion and are waiting on the generality of our people to come to the same conclusion before you'll face your worst nightmare. Your hate is very lucid in that despite the present pandemic ravaging the world, you're more fixated on a harmless call for referendum. Your government went to borrow loans yet found it fit to exclude our region but is still mining oil from our land and will include us in the repayment plan. Everyone can clearly see that you have no case against us whatever. So buzz off with your hate and wait for the critical mass to be amassed.

Did you just say that...It doesn't matter what Ojukwu said"?


Mmmtccheeeww....Dede must see this.

Cc
Dedetwo
Politics / Re: A Professional Dog Walker! Have You Heard Of This Before? by MetaPhysical: 8:04pm On Mar 22
sammyj:
You are absolutely wrong. We also have professional dog walkers around VI. Even some of them do this along with the dog owners are mostly white dog owners. Get your facts right. cool

I say find me how much they make. I want know.
Politics / Re: Okieze Ikpeazu Standing In A Metro Train While In United States- Photo by MetaPhysical: 7:59pm On Mar 22
I was on that shuttle train few years ago when i went on visit.

Thats airport shuttle from terminal to baggage and atrium area. Its not a metro train.

Is Ikpeazu doing part time security guard....abi which one be security uniform now? grin grin

Abia don jam trouble today. grin

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Culture / Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by MetaPhysical: 7:51pm On Mar 22
2prexios:


B'Oloun bati fota eni han ni, kolee pani mo. My brov I'm pressing forward, I'm happy you find time to check out your hommies here, omo abule s'owo.

Our Igbo friends are striving to help us fix our history in proper linguistic "ancestry" made possible through precision machines and linguistic theory.

May we not be a spectator in our own history.

It's not straight about Ad but the clues derivable from it has really helped in decoding idumea and related ideas.

Thats the right approach. I have since ignored him and his contributions. Thank God he is doing it for Yoruba.....the only one with a rich history longer than human memory.


Yoruba Imperial said he was going to do something on Ad. I think his many bans have interrupted the work. Now, ive been lazy, I said i was going to keep that thread alive but i have not. He is going to be upset when he returns. I want to see what he uncovers. grin


I love your thread on Oriki. I just posted on it. wink

God bless you!
Culture / Re: Oriki - Is There Anything Historical In It For Us? by MetaPhysical: 7:43pm On Mar 22
Before we go into the Oriki, let's establish first some historical connections.

Ado, Edo, Ido, Odo
These are all Yoruba ancestral words to denote features of settlement in a geo-space.

Originally, Edo (as in Edo people, Edo State) is a class of emigrants in ancestral times. They left Ife and occupied settlement in a new land in the forest. The aborigines of that forest were known as Efa, hunters and gatherers with no recognized rulership or form of civility.

The Edo of today is a political new-entity, on the surface devoid of its Yoruba ancestry but retaining in its roots traces of linkage back to Yoruba.


Ogiso >>> Oba
The ancient Edo settlement was ruled by Chiefs of Ife known as Ogiso. The settlement prospered and expanded and was characterized by constant clashes of interest between the settlers and aborigines. The capital was Igodo.

Yoruba lexicon does not have "gh" sounding words which is common in the Efa lexicon. We also dont have 'z' or 'v'.

Igodo is same as Agodo - shrine!

The Ogisos brought Ife deities to Edo and built shrines for the deities around their metropolis and took the alias Igodomigodo.

At the arrival of Oranmiyan he and his court camped in Use or Uselu.

Place names like Ughoton, Ughelli are in the aborigene language.

Given names like Akenzua are assimilated from Yoruba Akinsua, popularly used in Eastern Yorubaland.

Eweka was born in Uselu and coronated and reigned from there over the aborigene land.

The Kingdom also took a name and was called IBINI. The King at Uselu ruled over Ibini Kingdom. Eventually a new settlement was developed and the King relocated from Uselu to the new capital now called Ibini - later corrupted to Benin.



What is the connection between Republic of Benin and Benin Kingdom?

This relationship pre-dated 1600.

Both thrones at Oyo Ile and Bini belonged to same bloodline and ancestry but separate dynasties.

The greatest threat and opposition to their rulership was from the Empires of Dahomey and Ghana in West as well Songhai in North.

Hausa, Bariba, Nupe and Yoruba were the immediate contact points to those three threats and so Oyo Empire was under great pressure to preserve its rulership.

Oyo's method of warfare was well suited to the Savannah plains and wooded Guinea belt but insufficient and not suited to deterr threats from the forest and sea coast. This is where Bini Kingdom came in.

Bini itself was not a coastal kingdom but it could form alliance with sailors on the coast to put up a defense shield against intruders from Dahomey and or Ghana using vulnerability to invade and destroy Kingdoms in Yorubaland.

Bini created a sea force using alliance with Itsekiri and Ilaje. They created a seabase at Ado.....

Bini had not settled in Eko by this time. They would travel through the creeks from Bini River through Ijebu to Oto to Amuwo all way to Iwida (Whydah, Ouida).

Oto was the seat of Olofin at that time. Oto is also known as Ido.

He would host them on stopover ...kinda like a modern day Bed-and-Breakfast before proceeding on the journey.

The purpose of Bini in Iwida was to setup a fort and a defense shield against intrusion from threats in West.

Oyo had a similar arrangement in North....in Ilorin! Ilorin was a Yoruba Army fort.


It was much later that Olofin advised that if the fort in Whyday is successful in keeping enemy away, he would need one too because their pepper farm was always raided by intruders in the creek and is damaging trade and commerce with interior kingdoms.

Bini replied that they had no land and cannot fight Olofin to take land for the fort. The compromise was for Aromire to carve out land for Bini settlement.

Bini has never fought Lagos. Bini had a fort used as a defense shield to deter enemy invasion into Yoruba South....as Oyo had also created one in Ilorin that was very effective in supressing Dahomey ambitions.


Lineage and Events...
After Asipa had settled in Eko....

(Notice connection between Edo, Ado, Ido, Eko)

After Asipa settlement he coronated and started the first dynasty.

Oba Akinsemoyin had an alias and he was called Alado. The one who possessed Ado or one from Ado.

His first daughter turned down request to marry Baba Alagbaa (The Palace Priest who was from Ijesha) and instead married a man from Whydah.

Akinsemoyin's sister, Erelu married Baba Alagbaa to bear Ologun Kutere.

Ologun Kutere became King after Akinsemoyin and married an Ijebu woman who bore Eshinlokun.

Adele became King after Kutere but was deposed and left for Whydah.

Eshinlokun became King after Adele.

After Eshinlokun died Kosoko was to become King but Idewu Ojulari was coronated and Kosoko went on exile to Whydah.

After Ojulari died Oluwole became King. He was succeeded by Akintoye.

Akintoye's mother was Egba. He recalled Kosoko from Whydah.

Kosoko overthrew him and sent him on exile.

He later returned with help of British force and deposed Kosoko and regained throne. Kosoko went on exile to Epe.

Akintoye died shortly after. Dosunmu became King. Dosunmu's mother was from Whydah.


So....you see the back and forth relationship between the uproots from Bini setting up a city in Ado (Whydah) and actually marrying from there. Prince and Princesses back in those days married into royalty or a non-royal noble family.

Is it possible that when they settled into Whydah originally, a part of the family took Olofin's invitation to resettle in Lagos while another part remained in Ado?

There is a Quad-City relationship connecting Bini - Oyo- Ado and Eko.

In Lagos there is confusion whether Orisa Adimu was originally the property of Oyo or Bini. You can see the depth of link and how it should not surprise qhen in the Oriki you begin to see elements of Oyo, Bini, Ado and Eko.


Omo Ibini Arokun Yo!

The son of Bini who dominated the Sea!

This is common Oriki for all the Akarigbere White Cap Chiefs.

On the other hand, the Oriki of Oba of Lagos is Omo Erin Jogun Ola.

The son of the mighty who inherited the land!

Erin is a totem of Oyo! But Oyo is younger than Bini.....therefore it can only be traced up to Oranmiyan.

Make i stop here Oga mi! grin grin
Culture / Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by MetaPhysical: 3:29pm On Mar 22
2prexios:


Yes bro, quite a while. Hope you are good bro? Thanks so much for your interest. I believe you have read my findings on the Ad?

Great knowledge is infective.

You see that they are incapable of addressing the issue questioning their identity. Even the most callous criminal breaks when you get them, imagine if they were the ones having that to use against you.

They will turn the anger to something else and you must be careful not to play their game, just keep the cool to see where else they want to hide. It's for the destroyer to find a prey.

The point is already made, only a fool wallow in their kind of polemic. Macof and ihumadinuoju were both Igbo, they needed Yoruba to be what they claimed for a purpose.

But can a total stranger become authority on Yoruba history? They were "phantom authority". They will strive but end up in shame at the end. The end is the progression of now.

Long time bro! Hope you are well and prospering.

No, i havent seen your writing on Ad. I would love to read it.

Na one by one Edumare dey reveal them. They say everyday for the thief one day for the owner. grin

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Culture / Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by MetaPhysical: 3:22pm On Mar 22
macof:
I said you're a buffoon so obviously since your stupid claims have been rubbished the best thing you can think to do is to run a new campaign calling those more Yoruba than your father non-yorubas grin
I didn't know you knew my origin more than me, no wonder you are so bold to think you can dictate Yoruba origin to Yoruba people.. Now you want to also dictate whether I am Yoruba or not grin grin grin
Clowns

grin I didn't know I was Olufemi the igbo/Edo journalist until you guys told me
Same way your imagination is leading you to all sorts of conclusions on yoruba history is how you have been led to think you know my identity and that I am not yoruba grin
Keep it coming. Tell me more about myself that I didn't know

Stop typing rubbish and beating around the bush. You are a Yoruba-wannabe! We have seen it and know who you are. Nairaland rules forbid posting of personal information about members. Your cover is blown.

Do you not see that we no longer respond to macof on Yoruba topics?

Your cover is blown, omo atohun rinwa!
Politics / Re: Ikpeazu Explains Why Coronavirus "Won't Enter Abia State" by MetaPhysical: 2:58pm On Mar 22
Ikpeazu had sealed an oath with coronavirus to stay out of Abia. grin

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Politics / Re: Oil Price Fall: FG Moves To Use Pension Fund On Infrastructure by MetaPhysical: 9:43am On Mar 22
Which kind country is Nigeria?

Why spend pension money on infrastructure? Haba! angry
Politics / Re: A Professional Dog Walker! Have You Heard Of This Before? by MetaPhysical: 9:37am On Mar 22
PapaBaby:
I knew you were jobless.
Considering your level of intelligence on this forum, walking a dog should be considered too advanced for you.
I mean who will walk who? Will you walk the dog or the dog will walk you?

Aah ah!!

On Sunday....na hin you open mouth talk like this?


Did i tel you im looking for job? I fit pay your monthly salary for the next five years and i no go shake. Infact, take leave from work......write it off to coronavirus, your salary will be replaced from my pocket. Anuofia like you!

Yeye angry

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Politics / Re: A Professional Dog Walker! Have You Heard Of This Before? by MetaPhysical: 9:33am On Mar 22
sammyj:
We have a lot of them around VI. Anyways, they look happy doing the job

You are kidding me!

Dog owner is different from professional dog walking.

An individual can walk his dogs. Thats a dog owner. No one pays him to do that.

A professional dog walker is hired and paid to walk dogs.

We have dog owners in VI, not professional dog walkers.

Do you not hear the girl say "you c'nrav upto 6 rormore clients". She is talking 6 dogs on the walk!


Nigeria never reach that stage. But it sound interesting sha. grin
Romance / Re: Samuel Yarling: Pre-Wedding Photos Of The Groom That Died On His Wedding Day by MetaPhysical: 9:22am On Mar 22
IfeMiLove:
What a sad day for the bride. May God grant her and his family the strength to bear their loss.

Amen!

May his soul rest in peace!

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