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Education / Re: UNN, UNILAG & OAU Are The Best In Law School Results by mideoti(f): 8:58pm On Nov 23, 2017
amAZEing:
Based on the pass rate analysis, the University of Ilorin emerged first, with 94.9 per cent, followed by the UNILAG with 93.9 per cent and Osun State University which had a total pass rate of 91.8 per cent.


Thank you ooo....cause I'm wondering how the topic came into being. Just because they had the highest First class numbers. >sad
Romance / Re: Natalia Kuznetsova: Russian Female Weightlifter's Shocking Photos by mideoti(f): 5:49am On Nov 07, 2017
shocked Chisos is laaawwdd!!! shocked shocked

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Education / Re: Abiodun Rufai And Tumininu Odunuga Graduate With First Class From Law School by mideoti(f): 7:41am On Oct 31, 2017
These folks are from the 2nd graduating set of the department.
Proud of my people cool
Religion / Re: Anambra Election: Anglican Priests Campaign For PDP, Ekwueme's Daughter (Video) by mideoti(f): 3:14pm On Oct 28, 2017
Those are not Anglican priests fa....the dressing itself shows. undecided
Change this title abeg
Phones / Re: Homtom Ht50 by mideoti(f): 12:02pm On Oct 17, 2017
gabe:
I no de sell, so google by yourself. Just tripped that a 4G, 1.3 GHz MTK 6737 quad core ,3gb+ 32gb phone with 5,500 mah battery, 13+13mp cams goes for N33,300 on jumia.

Hi, I'm thinking of getting the phone but considering the fact that it's gonna be shipped, is there any way one can get its case. Just it case it gets faulty too, is the spare parts readily available?
Thanks.
P.S Is the camera really good? smiley
Education / Re: 2017/2018 Lasu Admission Guide Thread by mideoti(f): 9:29pm On Aug 26, 2017
midehill:



no post utme nigga

Hi guys, please I need your help.
I intend picking LASU as my first choice through change of institution this weekend.
I'm a non indigene with aggregate score of 62.3, applying for Nursing.
Do I stand a chance? Should I change to LASU?
Thanks
Celebrities / Re: Headies Awards: DonJazzy And Olamide Clash by mideoti(f): 3:58am On Jan 02, 2016
Somebody should collect the phone from Olamide.....he's clearly drunk

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Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 3:09am On Jan 02, 2016
If you want the car.....COME AND COLLECT IT!!!! Fadaaaaaa!!!!

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Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 3:01am On Jan 02, 2016
Display of massive foolishness.....#justsaying

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Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 2:32am On Jan 02, 2016
Lil-kesh just cried!!! .....don jazzy looked like he was ready to kill bovi and it looked l.....God go punish Nepa! Chai!!
Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 2:22am On Jan 02, 2016
Really happy for Vector but please what is he really talking about?
Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 2:08am On Jan 02, 2016
crispberry:
Majek fashek performing. He looks better o
yeah...just hope he keeps clean. He really is enjoying the good life, you can tell by his dancing steps...

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Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 1:55am On Jan 02, 2016
What is MTN saying....what's landy?
Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 1:51am On Jan 02, 2016
B-banj. Bovi is crae...lol grin

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Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 1:43am On Jan 02, 2016
UIA04:
Was happy when I saw Annie idibias dress till I saw leggings and k-bow-leg
grin
Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 1:33am On Jan 02, 2016
crispberry:
Abeg wetin harrysong dey sing angry angry
Choir rehearsal

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Celebrities / Re: Red Carpet Photos From The Headies 2015 Award - see what your celebs are wearing by mideoti(f): 1:31am On Jan 02, 2016
did anybody see the battery end thing on their camera screen. I swear the headies video quality is next to zero this year.

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Health / Re: I Found Dis Inside A Paracetamol Tab. by mideoti(f): 11:56am On Oct 31, 2015
This is gross negligence.....Op get a good lawyer and sue the company. You're looking at good compensation here.
Celebrities / Re: Amaechi, Ali Baba, At Julius Agwu's Thanksgiving Ceremony by mideoti(f): 3:47pm On Sep 24, 2015
Naa only me notice as dem take turn to snap picture.....#just saying
Politics / Re: The Kind Of Fliers We See In PH by mideoti(f): 9:02am On Apr 10, 2015
Instead of working towards manifesting your agenda, that is even if you have one, you're busy destroying the reputation of others....very childish and ridiculous!
.......just saying
Politics / Re: Igbo Groups Drag Oba Of Lagos To NHRC by mideoti(f): 1:28pm On Apr 09, 2015
Vessi:
shut the fu..ck up. When president Jonathan started mismanaged the country and apc fanatics called him drunkard and clueless and called him many names unattributed to a president of the country. did you say hoot? now a constitutionally unrecognised entity is being given the gej treatment you are crying woof? cry for the gods.



U know....there's something called NEMO DAT QUAD NON HABIT, it means You can't give what you don't have
Am not suprised with your comments since u seem not to exhibit common sense, therefore you can't give it!

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Politics / Re: Igbo Groups Drag Oba Of Lagos To NHRC by mideoti(f): 8:09am On Apr 09, 2015
Give this guy a break for Pete's sake. Am not saying what he said was right.....i consider it as an absolutely ridiculous statement coming from a person of high position in the Yoruba community
But all the same, an Oba is an Oba, treat him like one even if he doesn't deserve it.
........just saying

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Politics / Re: Obasanjo And Atiku Pictured Together Laughing And Playing by mideoti(f): 7:47am On Apr 09, 2015
They're laughing....check.
Playing....??
Politics / Re: Revenue Allocation To States In Nigeria By FG (2014) by mideoti(f): 7:19am On Apr 09, 2015
Sweet J!
What did we do in Osun to deserve this!?

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Politics / Re: David Mark Celebrates His 67th Birthday (photos) by mideoti(f): 8:05pm On Apr 08, 2015
Where's the family? undecided
Politics / Re: Obasanjo Presents Soludo As Finance Minister, Tinubu Kicks by mideoti(f): 5:38am On Apr 05, 2015
Baba too wants somebody 'on the inside'

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Politics / Re: 20 Owners Of Richest Oil Blocks In Nigeria – Their Names Will Shock you! Post by mideoti(f): 7:34am On Apr 04, 2015
They all know well to award their close friends and relatives those contracts then oo, smh
TV/Movies / Re: Photos From The Premiere Of Kunle Afolayan’s “October 1″ by mideoti(f): 8:41pm On Oct 01, 2014
Segun Arinze got me singing oristsafemi's...... opolo eye no be open eye.....
Politics / Nigeria Independence: What's There To Celebrate? by mideoti(f): 8:31pm On Oct 01, 2014
In a twinkle of an eye, another year has
passed and Nigeria is once again celebrating
her independence from the claws of the
British colonists yet, the annual national
poser is put forward again: What’s there to
celebrate? This, just like every other question
challenging the state of the nation may
always lie unanswered.

Over centuries and millenniums, birthdays have been known to be a time to celebrate an
addition of another year to one’s time spent
on earth. At the years of nascent it’s
accompanied with: “Many more years to
come”. At the middle age, it’s buttered with a
golden jubilee celebration however, at the
years of old age you hear words like:
“Celebration of Life” and “A well life spent”.
For such people celebrating the ‘life’ in their
lives, birthdays are times for retrospection
and not necessarily celebration.

Today, Nigeria, my alleged mother’s land
throws a historic fanfare in celebration of her
independence. More importantly is the fact
that a century after the amalgamation of the
northern and southern flank of what is today
known as Nigeria, there is little or nothing to
show for the union. It is a known fact that
few years after the unholy marriage, there
was a civil war that lasted for three years.
International extended family members
(stakeholders) gave military support to the
husband and he was able to compel nay force
the Baifran-wife back into the union. Four
decades after, there is a tug-of-war within
the family yet some members celebrate. What
are we celebrating? I plead to know.

I wouldn’t like to sound like a pessimist who
doesn’t see anything good in the nation.
Definitely, we have in-depth potentials, we
have turbo-charged intellectuals, we have
power-house politicians and imbued, highly
saturated unquantifiable wealth but, we’ve
had these for over three decades and from
what we are told, all is well, the government
is on top of every awry situation. As a
matter-of-fact, it hasn’t been well right from
the beginning.

Politically, Nigeria experimented with the
parliamentary system of governance for three
years before trying out the American
modelled presidential system which we
currently manage and haven’t mastered after
fifty years of experimenting. It’s not that we
cannot copy and implement. Without
sounding ethno-discriminatory, copyright
records will show that our brothers in East
are doing a very fine job both home and
abroad. The problem is we are unsuccessfully
trying to perfect what was never made for us.
Perhaps, if we fine-tune the presidential
system of governance, as some other
countries have done, to suit our diversity, we
may be able to avoid the political mishaps we
often seem to encounter. Speaking of
mishaps, the constant hailstorm of terrorism,
bouts of kidnappings, and the latest asinine
$9.3m scam is enough to ruin a birthday
party. It is no longer news that the Nigerian
ship has long grown rudderless. But, the
question remains: what has been done to put
things in the right place? Our captain who
unsurprisingly owns a doctorate degree in the
dynamics of animalistic and other related
behavioural symptoms seems not to be able
to get a firm hold of his human sailors and
passengers except those who reflect
symptoms of a disease by crossing to the
opposition party (they are well taken care of
via impeachment processes instituted by
pocket friendly legislators). In the midst of
these confusions, we celebrate! What are we
celebrating?

Sadly, the index of our independence still
remains physical emancipation. It appears we
are yet to attain psychological and spiritual
autonomy from the dementia of colonialism
and military rule. We are still living with a
colonial mentality. For instance, an average
Nigerian believes in the qualitative superiority
of imported products as he seems to have lost
faith in the innovative ingenuity of his
brethrens. We are ready to spend millions of
naira on anything that smells foreign (even
foreign education). The reason is not far-
fetched. We still practice kleptocracy at the
central, mamatocracy in the East, god-
fatherism in the West and undertone
Emirtocracy in the North. The late Fela aptly
summed these manifestations in a single
word: DEMO-CRAZY. I dare say that we suffer
from Post Colonial Stress Disorder.

Truth be told, Nigerians have lost the appetite
to celebrate. Just like every other day, this day
shall pass us by as the common man plies his
trade seeking for daily bread. The ship of our
nation is dangerously drifting from the radar
of intellectual leadership and until we realize
our precarious state and take action, we may
find yet drift into oblivion. An infinite state of
sober reflection should be the only
celebration today.

http://inksvoice.blogspot.nl/2014/09/whats-there-to-celebrate.html?m=1
Romance / Re: Share The Crazy Things You Did While In Love by mideoti(f): 2:12pm On Sep 30, 2014
Equalizer:

Yea you are right... Some even said that I was afraid to ask real girls out that was why I settled for a blind one...one thing I know is that we both were blind then.. She was naturally blind while I was blinded by love also... So crazy abi


That's super cute, are u guys still together now?

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Romance / Re: Share The Crazy Things You Did While In Love by mideoti(f): 1:56pm On Sep 30, 2014
febby419: I remembered running under the rain to her house because she told me that she will be travelling for post utme, I begging her not to go

Bros, u be enemy of progress nii?
Chai!!!
Entertainment / Re: See The Winner Of MTN Project Fame Season 7 by mideoti(f): 3:23pm On Sep 28, 2014
I feel something should totally be done about this voting of a thing in project fame competition.
Not that I have anything against Geoffrey or something; He had my vote from the very beginning and I contributed the little I can to his success. But take Emeka for example, the guy really deserve something at least, but due to the fact that his parents are not rich enough to vote excessively for him like that other contestants.

I think a limit should be given to each person's vote for his or her comtestant per week. (like that of American idol). This can actually this winning thing have more worth.

But above all Congratulations Geoffrey. #team Geoffrey all the way.

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