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Romance / Re: I'm Dying In An Hk In Ghana by privaldo: 2:43pm On Nov 15
EkenmaPeter:
I have this site that I will like you to check out. You will be making 30cent too 1$ signing up for people, creating Gmail account, etc. There payout is 5$ and it's with PayPal or wire transfer. Google on Pico worker .

Stay safe

Do I need to put Nigeria as my country and is it advisable to sign up using a VPN?
Crime / Re: My Story As A Cult Member........initiation Phase Included... by privaldo: 3:39pm On Nov 14
chieveboy:


To the best of my knowledge, being a divorcee does not keep you from pursuing the things of God. Eckankar teaches you that there is no such thing as 'Sin' in the first place and Eckists DO NOT carry a guilt conscience.

Paul merely reintroduced Eckankar to the public, hence he is known as the "Modern-day Founder of Eckankar". One of his many tasks is to gather or compile the sacred teachings scattered across diverse religions and present them as it were.

He is answerable only to God so much that opinions of him be they positive or negative are inconsequential.

The other person asked you to research the history of xtianity. Do you know what Paul the founder of Christianity was? I am sure if Paul Twitchel was a repentant serial killer but remained 'spotless' afterwards, you still would use that against him.

If I remember my classes when I was younger rightly, we were taught about Zoroaster who was Paul's master after he came in contact with the light and sound.
Crime / Re: My Story As A Cult Member........initiation Phase Included... by privaldo: 6:26pm On Nov 12
CanadaOrBust:


I’m happy and at peace too because I’ve done my part - I’ve told you. You now cannot say you were never told. It is now up to you to start reasoning why someone not anywhere near the seat of power, and having virtually no money can go about telling people he himself is the only way to God - and 2,020 years later it still stands. And no other significant person has ever made such a claim again, not before, not after. All the mighty prophets and kings, from Elijah to Solomon - NONE made such a claim. Buddha did not, Mohammed did not. Same with the Caesars, Popes, Confucious, etc. And if you think about it, it is sort of comical - imagine, say, someone in Lagos, a carpenter, with a rag-tag dozen or so followers and virtually no money, going about telling people he is the only way to God!

Okay, Jesus Christ the second thanks for your sermon. Kindly avoid mentioning me again, I'm done with this conversation.
Crime / Re: My Story As A Cult Member........initiation Phase Included... by privaldo: 5:47pm On Nov 12
CanadaOrBust:


Actually it is. I want you to be saved. And the only way is through Christ. The ONLY way to be reconciled to God is through Lord Jesus. Think about it - of all the religious leaders you know, which of them has ever told you that he himself is the way to God? They only tell you what to do and what rituals to perform to be right with God.
Lord Jesus is the only one who said he himself is the answer. John 14:6 – “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the father except through me.”
For someone with neither money nor influence to actually say that, tells you there has to be something supernatural going on there.

GTFO of my mentions for humanities sake. You're a jester and I think it's best you take your religion and it's goodwill message with you, I am not interested. I am happy and I am at peace where I am.
Crime / Re: My Story As A Cult Member........initiation Phase Included... by privaldo: 1:38pm On Nov 12
CanadaOrBust:


Well, Christianity was not started by a divorcée who cobbled up bits of knowledge from his association with three religions then claim it was handed to him by a 500 year old guru!

That's your problem, to each his own. Believe in what you have faith in and let me do same too, it's not really that hard to do.
Crime / Re: My Story As A Cult Member........initiation Phase Included... by privaldo: 8:15am On Nov 12
ScamExpose:
you don dey threaten am?
Cos I hear say eckanckar people dey get stone mind and Dem dey kill well well

Stop trying to be a clown. Where's the threat in what I wrote? Also, you can keep on hearing.

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Crime / Re: My Story As A Cult Member........initiation Phase Included... by privaldo: 2:24am On Nov 12
CanadaOrBust:


Oh yes there is a direct path to God - Lord Jesus.
Eckankar is not secret - a big plus in my book.
IMO people should avoid secret organizations no matter how good they pretend to be.
But Eckankar has other issues, starting with founder Twitchell. See below

You should try reading about Christianity's past. No religion has ever been pure or straight forward from the start they always had some issues, even if they were at some point later on they also encounter challenges. I won't argue with you about a direct path to God, believe in what works for you and I would do same too.

Also, Eckankar isn't a secret organisation its centers and temples worldwide are always open and welcoming for all seeking knowledge or trying to find spiritual freedom.
Crime / Re: My Story As A Cult Member........initiation Phase Included... by privaldo: 10:02am On Nov 10
kingthreat:
In the US and abroad, you can be a freemason and just be a freemason.
But in our Nigeria, if you are a freemason, there is a 90% possibility of you belonging to other secret societies. I have an uncle who is a freemason, Ogboni, member of a local occult society, member of a lodge in the UK, an eckist too. These are the ones I know. The man is bloody rich. If you go to his house, he has pictures with over 6 world presidents decorated on his house. I no too close to the man make I no go join wetin go deny me peace of mind.
Also freemasons are into occult. The occult is wisdom for them and being in Africa, they definitely will indulge the African way. they also help their members with connects. Above all, God is the ultimate.

There's nothing wrong in being an Eckist. Don't involve Eckankar when trying to garner attention on social media. Members of Eckankar don't criticize other religions, so please desist from doing so too. There is no direct path to God

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 11:01pm On Sep 05
milann:
where do you put Cameroon, equatorial guinea, Uganda and rwanda

Cameroon won't experience a coup rather Paul Biya may try to hand over to a family member or a party member. There is a divide in Cameroon, any wrong handling of the handover will let the Anglophone forces capitalize on it.

Majority of Rwandans seem ok with Paul Kagame, and most importantly the military is loyal to him as he made them one of the major the priority of his governments.

Ugandans showed during the last election (at least from what I saw on Twitter) that the old and the young are disconnected just like in Nigeria. The young voters wanted Bobi Wine but the older voters supported Yoweri Museveni due to fears of instability if he leaves government. Also, the military in Uganda is very loyal to the president you could see evidence in how they violently responded to anti-government protests.

I don't really follow the politics in Equitorial Guniea because I don't find the country significant in African affairs.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 10:52pm On Sep 05
Mrkumareze:


Togo deserves a military takeover. I was surprised how their president had to cut off the entire nation's internet coverage just to avoid the world from viewing what was happening...

But a coup can't happen, if it is allowed by other West African governments it means it will become the norm, and they may also find there selves on the receiving end soon.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 6:20pm On Sep 05
safesurfer:
Personally, I think foreign interest also have a role to play. If a foreign power, say UK or US, wants a change of government or order in Nigeria for instance, they could sponsor
powerful elements within the Army to initiate a coup. This will be the beginning of chaos and disorder in the country and guess who'll benefit from it? The foreign power(s) of course.

Yes, they could ochestrate a coup but I think a coup in Nigeria will bring a lot more problems for them than any gain. It might spiral to a civil war, and it will end up causing mass migration of people to Europe and US which they have been avoiding.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 6:04pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

The Togolese don't just care about that.
They are more focused on bridging themselves with Yorubas than that.
The only people I will say a serious enlightenment is going through in their side is Burkina Faso. The people have started glorifying and demifying Thomas Sankara (a legendary coupists) and places things like this happen, many will try to fill into th persons shoes and that shoe is a Coup followed by reforms, indigenisation and self pride

Can a coup save Burkina Faso? They are already plagued with terrorism in some parts of the nation and its fast spreading to other parts of the country. A coup will only give the insurgents the chance to capitalize on the chaos that comes with it.

On another opinion, I think ECOWAS may not allow a second coup in the region after the Mali coup so that it doesn't become a norm. So both Togo and Burkina Faso may not be resetted through coups, if not we would start seeing the rebirth of the mid 60s, and 70s in West Africa again.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:59pm On Sep 05
Tokskob2008:

Democracy in Africa only favours the people in power and not the citizens. I'm beginning to think those days of military rule were much better than this so called democracy.


Democracy will always be better Military rule, at least we can question the authorities in a democratic government. Some African countries are enjoying the dividends of democracy, while some are not. What we need are powerful institutions that can't be swayed by those in power, and you will love democracy.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:55pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

No, because the people of Togo are more fixated on the events of Nigeria and Ghana than their personal problems.
Things like this requires pride and self confidence which I am afraid, the people of Togo lack.

The Togolese will prefer migrating to Nigeria or Ghana than to stay and fight back, so you are correct. But I think the growing enlightenment going on in the country will topple their government.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:44pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

Thanks for the correction.
I meant Ali Bongo's Gabon.
Most people of Gabon still believe that he is an Igbo man

I don't think Gabon's military will attempt another coup after the one of 2019 failed. I would be placing my bet on Togo, the people are already tired and would fully support the military.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:34pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

Next will be the Guinea Bissau or Gambia

Gambia doesn't have a dictator, I think you meant to say Gabon.

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Education / Re: Break Down Of Living And Studying In Uganda(photos) by privaldo: 5:12pm On Aug 30
@ugandanstudent How's distance learning for undergraduates in Cavendish? Is the cost exactly as stated on their site?
Programming / Re: Can Someone With Access To My Cpanel Make Changes To My Admin Dashboard? by privaldo: 6:41am On Jul 24
stanliwise:


Well if a person has cpanel details then yes he/she can do just what they like to your details such as changing password and modifying your entire database if they so wish.


Well in the strictest sense of things yes they can but let us assume it was by a worker with goofy intentions it wouldn’t be so easy as he may need to go through the hosting database to do that and even if possible most password are store as one-way hash function which most time sound like he/she can’t uncover the password. But hosting may have a master key and password for any account if they so have future plans in mind to do so. Meanwhile a lot of web hosting has agreement to no temper with your data as it can cause a lot of legal issues if well proven would cost insane loss of real money to them.


Yes this is too very easy and no one needs to break a sweat for this.


You mean changes of the password on an account of the host website ?? Or your site itself. If your site yes but if for host it depends on who is hosting o your website.


DDos Attack is aimed at denial of service of your website and not necessarily about stealing password or logins.
Hacker can be anyone, a friend, a co worker and just practically anyone that has access to your web host. Lastly the handiwork could be as a result of virus from either the webhost or from your own end as per the script you installed.

Well I will advise you reach your webhost for metrics and logs that happened to your cpanel

I really appreciate your help, thank you very much.
Programming / Re: Can Someone With Access To My Cpanel Make Changes To My Admin Dashboard? by privaldo: 6:41am On Jul 24
valzey:
1, 3, 4 are possible. 5 is also possible.
Cpanel gives more power than admin dashboard because you have direct access to the database and code files.

If you use a shared hosting and perhaps other low cost hosting, then 2 is also possible.

Thank you very much for your help.
TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Anime Lovers by privaldo: 4:57am On Jul 24
Kaycee7:
That's how light novel titles are. grin grin
You'll get used to it.

I hope so, although I prefer animes to light novels and mangas
Programming / Can Someone With Access To My Cpanel Make Changes To My Admin Dashboard? by privaldo: 4:45am On Jul 24
Hello Webmasters and Programmers, please I have some questions which require your help:

1.) Is it possible for someone with your CPanel login details to make changes to your site, probably from one of the admins account. Details on the site such as phone numbers or account numbers?

2.) Can your webhost access your site either from the CPanel or Admin dashboard, and make any kind of changes?

3.) Can things such as password of Admins of the site be changed directly from the CPanel?

4.) Is it possible for changes like phone numbers or account numbers to be made on a site without the Admins getting mails to notify of the changes?
I guess that this can only happen when the admins are not incharge of the emails that link to their dashboard.

5.) Lastly, is it possible that all these issues might have been the handy work of a hacker. Bear in mind that the site was visited shortly before this issue, so I am ruling the possibility of a DDOS attack but again I may be totally wrong.


Please it is urgent. God bless you for your responses
Webmasters / Can Someone with Access To My Cpanel Make Changes To My Admin Dashboard? by privaldo: 4:38am On Jul 24
Hello Webmasters and Programmers, please I have some questions which require your help:

1.) Is it possible for someone with your CPanel login details to make changes to your site, probably from one of the admins account. Details on the site such as phone numbers or account numbers?

2.) Can your webhost access your site either from the CPanel or Admin dashboard, and make any kind of changes?

3.) Can things such as password of Admins of the site be changed directly from the CPanel?

4.) Is it possible for changes like phone numbers or account numbers to be made on a site without the Admins getting mails to notify of the changes?
I guess that this can only happen when the admins are not incharge of the emails that link to their dashboard.

5.) Lastly, is it possible that all these issues might have been the handy work of a hacker. Bear in mind that the site was visited shortly before this issue, so I am ruling the possibility of a DDOS attack but again I may be totally wrong.


Please it is urgent. God bless you for your responses
TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Anime Lovers by privaldo: 4:30am On Jul 24
Kaycee7:


Thanks. Wait, please don't tell me that's the title. It is unusually long.
TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Anime Lovers by privaldo: 11:01pm On Jul 23
Kaycee7:
When you don't check well before guilt tripping grin grin

Title please?
TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Anime Lovers by privaldo: 7:11pm On Jul 21
zyro:
Episode 1 grin

What's the name?

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TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Anime Lovers by privaldo: 12:34am On Jul 21
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Phones / Re: Neatly Used Nokia 3.4 For Sale @ N50,000 by privaldo: 6:08am On Jul 20
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Phones / Re: What Do You Think About This Phone? by privaldo: 1:48am On Jul 20
EmmaxKeys:

Hi, Nairalanders. I want to buy a new phone between 65k to 80k.

Initially, my mind was for Samsung Galaxy A02s or A12, but I later saw something I think is better which is Xiaomi Redmi 9T. I decided to go for it.

Later again, I saw Umigidi Bison, which I think is better than Xiaomi for my budget.

What do you think about this, guys? Help me please.

Nobody should recommend Tecno or Infinix here, please. Thanks.

Come and buy my Nokia, I promise you would absolutely love it. You can check my signature for more details, if you are interested.
TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Anime Lovers by privaldo: 12:36am On Jul 20
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TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Anime Lovers by privaldo: 12:13am On Jul 20
donwizzy7:
SPoiler ALert!



Guys I dont like the pattern some of these anime producers are now following...they did it in s04 of MHA...now in s05 I'm beginning to suspect...where they reserve th best fights for the last few ending episodes of the whole anime series.

The spoiler here is that MHA s05 is going to end with the epic battle between the League of Villains & The Liberation Army!!

What's the full meaning of MHA?
Phones / Re: Neatly Used Nokia 3.4 For Sale @ N50,000 by privaldo: 6:40pm On Jul 19
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