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Celebrities / Re: Don Jazzy, Emoney And Many Others Spraying $100 Bills At Davido's Wedding by rita25(f): 11:44am On Jun 26
CHIVADO 2024............BUT WHY UNA NO INVITE PORTABLE COME THE WEDDING NAU? OR EVEN ANTY RAMOTA AFTER SHE DID NEW NYASH SURGERY JUST FOR THIS PURPOSE......KO DA OH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Family / Re: Help! I Think I Am Being Scammed Into Marriage. by rita25(f): 10:30am On May 27
first of all what sort of man bears such name? creamie?
secondly i pity a girl who even intends to marry a sellout like you because she did not task you now you are seeing her cheap and asking yeye questions....but you hAve been knacking her all styles with promise of marriage ...the audacity to even degrade her elder brother shows you have no respect for her or her family.....BE GUIDED

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Islam for Muslims / Re: Supplication Of An Unmarried Person From The Salaf by rita25(f): 10:09am On Feb 23
even your islamic teaching say 1righteous wife...so why the need for 4 or more..see pple killing husbands everyday because of polygamy

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Business / Re: MTN To Exit Liberia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea-Conakry by rita25(f): 3:20pm On Nov 13, 2023
MAYBE THEY ARE PREPARING OUR NIGERIAN MIND FOR THEIR EXIT angry
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MTN NETWORK Dey Mis-Behave This Days

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Crime / Re: Manhood Theft: Bauchi Local Security Members Kill Suspect, Arrest 2 by rita25(f): 4:04pm On Oct 13, 2023
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kacheezy:
I heard Bob Risky’s own was stolen last year.
Foreign Affairs / Comprehensive And Detailed History Of Isreal Vs Palestine Conflict by rita25(f): 11:30am On Oct 13, 2023
In early October 2023, war broke out between Israel and Hamas, the militant Islamist group that has controlled Gaza since 2006. Hamas fighters fired rockets into Israel and stormed southern Israeli cities and towns across the border of the Gaza strip, killing and injuring hundreds of soldiers and civilians and taking dozens of hostages. The attack took Israel by surprise, though the state quickly mounted a deadly retaliatory operation. One day after the October 7 attack, the Israeli cabinet formally declared war against Hamas, followed by a directive from the defense minister to the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) to carry out a “complete siege” of Gaza.

Background
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict dates back to the end of the nineteenth century. In 1947, the United Nations adopted Resolution 181, known as the Partition Plan, which sought to divide the British Mandate of Palestine into Arab and Jewish states. On May 14, 1948, the State of Israel was created, sparking the first Arab-Israeli War. The war ended in 1949 with Israel’s victory, but 750,000 Palestinians were displaced, and the territory was divided into 3 parts: the State of Israel, the West Bank (of the Jordan River), and the Gaza Strip.

Over the following years, tensions rose in the region, particularly between Israel and Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. Following the 1956 Suez Crisis and Israel’s invasion of the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, Jordan, and Syria signed mutual defense pacts in anticipation of a possible mobilization of Israeli troops. In June 1967, following a series of maneuvers by Egyptian President Abdel Gamal Nasser, Israel preemptively attacked Egyptian and Syrian air forces, starting the Six-Day War. After the war, Israel gained territorial control over the Sinai Peninsula and Gaza Strip from Egypt; the West Bank and East Jerusalem from Jordan; and the Golan Heights from Syria. Six years later, in what is referred to as the Yom Kippur War or the October War, Egypt and Syria launched a surprise two-front attack on Israel to regain their lost territory; the conflict did not result in significant gains for Egypt, Israel, or Syria, but Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat declared the war a victory for Egypt as it allowed Egypt and Syria to negotiate over previously ceded territory. Finally, in 1979, following a series of cease-fires and peace negotiations, representatives from Egypt and Israel signed the Camp David Accords, a peace treaty that ended the thirty-year conflict between Egypt and Israel.

Even though the Camp David Accords improved relations between Israel and its neighbors, the question of Palestinian self-determination and self-governance remained unresolved. In 1987, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip rose up against the Israeli government in what is known as the first intifada. The 1993 Oslo I Accords mediated the conflict, setting up a framework for the Palestinians to govern themselves in the West Bank and Gaza, and enabled mutual recognition between the newly established Palestinian Authority and Israel’s government. In 1995, the Oslo II Accords expanded on the first agreement, adding provisions that mandated the complete withdrawal of Israel from 6 cities and 450 towns in the West Bank.

In 2000, sparked in part by Palestinian grievances over Israel’s control over the West Bank, a stagnating peace process, and former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s visit to the al-Aqsa mosque—the third holiest site in Islam—in September 2000, Palestinians launched the second intifada, which would last until 2005. In response, the Israeli government approved the construction of a barrier wall around the West Bank in 2002, despite opposition from the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court. 

Factionalism among the Palestinians flared up when Hamas won the Palestinian Authority’s parliamentary elections in 2006, deposing longtime majority party Fatah. This gave Hamas, a political and militant movement inspired by the Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood, control of the Gaza Strip. Gaza is a small piece of land on the Mediterranean Sea that borders Egypt to the south and has been under the rule of the semi-autonomous Palestinian Authority since 1993. The United States and European Union, among others, did not acknowledge Hamas’ electoral victory, as the group has been considered a terrorist organization by western governments since the late 1990s. Following Hamas’ seizure of control, violence broke out between Hamas and Fatah. Between 2006 and 2011, a series of failed peace talks and deadly confrontations culminated in an agreement to reconcile. Fatah entered into a unity government with Hamas in 2014.

In the summer of 2014, clashes in the Palestinian territories precipitated a military confrontation between the Israeli military and Hamas in which Hamas fired nearly three thousand rockets at Israel, and Israel retaliated with a major offensive in Gaza. The skirmish ended in late August 2014 with a cease-fire deal brokered by Egypt, but only after 73 Israelis and 2,251 Palestinians were killed. After a wave of violence between Israelis and Palestinians in 2015, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas of Fatah announced that Palestinians would no longer be bound by the territorial divisions created by the Oslo Accords. In March and May of 2018, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip conducted weekly demonstrations at the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel. The final protest coincided with the seventieth anniversary of the Nakba, the Palestinian exodus that accompanied Israeli independence. While most of the protesters were peaceful, some stormed the perimeter fence and threw rocks and other objects. According to the United Nations, 183 demonstrators were killed and more than 6,000 were wounded by live ammunition. The tense political atmosphere resulted in a return to disunity between Fatah and Hamas, with Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party controlling the Palestinian Authority from the West Bank and Hamas de facto ruling the Gaza Strip. This remained largely true throughout the late 2010s and early 2020s, despite Abbas’ efforts to bring the Palestinian people together under the Palestinian Authority.

In May of 2018, fighting once again broke out between Hamas and the IDF in what became the worst period of violence since 2014. Before reaching a cease-fire, militants in Gaza fired over one hundred rockets into Israel; Israel responded with strikes on more than fifty targets in Gaza during the twenty-four-hour flare-up.

The Donald J. Trump administration set achieving an Israeli-Palestinian deal as a foreign policy priority. In 2018, the Trump administration canceled funding for the UN Relief and Works Agency, which provides aid to Palestinian refugees, and relocated the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a reversal of a longstanding U.S. policy. The decision to move the U.S. embassy was met with applause from the Israeli leadership but was condemned by Palestinian leaders and others in the Middle East and Europe. Israel considers the “complete and united Jerusalem” its capital, while Palestinians claim [PDF] East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state. In January 2020, the Trump administration released its long-awaited “Peace to Prosperity” plan, which was rejected by Palestinians due to its support for future Israeli annexation of settlements in the West Bank and control over an “undivided” Jerusalem.

In August and September 2020, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and then Bahrain agreed to normalize relations with Israel, making them only the third and fourth countries in the region—following Egypt in 1979 and Jordan in 1994—to do so. The agreements, named the Abraham Accords, came more than eighteen months after the United States hosted Israel and several Arab states for ministerial talks in Warsaw, Poland, about the future of peace in the Middle East. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas of Fatah rejected the accords, as did Hamas.

In October 2020, an Israeli court ruled that several Palestinian families living in Sheikh Jarrah—a neighborhood in East Jerusalem—were to be evicted by May 2021 with their land handed over to Jewish families. In February 2021, several Palestinian families from Sheikh Jarrah filed an appeal to the court ruling, prompting protests around the appeal hearings, the ongoing legal battle around property ownership, and the forcible displacement of Palestinians from their homes in Jerusalem.

In late April 2021, Palestinians began demonstrating in the streets of Jerusalem to protest the pending evictions, and residents of Sheikh Jarrah—along with other activists—began to host nightly sit-ins. In early May, after a court ruled in favor of the evictions, the protests expanded, with Israeli police deploying force against demonstrators. On May 7, following weeks of daily demonstrations and rising tensions between protesters, Israeli settlers, and police during the month of Ramadan, violence broke out at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem, with Israeli police using stun grenades, rubber bullets, and water cannons in a clash with protestors that left hundreds of Palestinians wounded.

After the clashes in Jerusalem’s Old City, tensions increased throughout East Jerusalem, compounded by the celebration of Jerusalem Day. On May 10, after several consecutive days of violence throughout Jerusalem and the use of lethal and nonlethal force by Israeli police, Hamas, the militant group which governs Gaza, and other Palestinian militant groups launched hundreds of rockets into Israeli territory.

Israel responded with artillery bombardments and airstrikes, several of which killed more than twenty Palestinians, against targets in Gaza. While claiming to target Hamas, other militants (such as those from Palestinian Islamic Jihad), and their infrastructure—including tunnels and rocket launchers—Israel expanded its aerial campaign and struck non-military infrastructure including residential buildings, media headquarters, and refugee and healthcare facilities.

On May 21, 2021, Israel and Hamas agreed to a cease-fire, brokered by Egypt, with both sides claiming victory. More than 250 Palestinians were killed and nearly 2,000 others wounded, and at least 13 Israelis were killed over the eleven days of fighting. Authorities in Gaza estimate that tens of millions of dollars of damage was done, and the United Nations estimates that more than 72,000 Palestinians were displaced by the fighting.  

Concerns
Following the outbreak of war between Israel and Hamas on October 7, 2023, President Joe Biden made a strong statement of support for Israel. On the same day that Israel declared war against the terrorist group, the United States announced that it would send renewed shipments of arms and move its Mediterranean Sea warships closer to Israel. While the UN Security Council called an emergency meeting to discuss the renewed violence, the members failed to come to a consensus statement. Given the history of brutality when Israel and Palestinian extremist groups have fought in the past, international groups quickly expressed concern for the safety of civilians in Israel and the Palestinian territories as well as those being held hostage by militants in Gaza. In the first two days of fighting, approximately 800 Israelis and 500 Palestinians were killed. Increasing loss of life is of primary concern in the conflict.

While the United States did not immediately confirm reports that Iranian intelligence and security forces directly helped Hamas plan its October 7 attack, Iran has a well-established patronage relationship with Hamas and other extremist groups across the Middle East. In addition to worries that the attacks were a signal from Iran that it is prepared to escalate its malign influence in various Middle Eastern conflicts, experts have expressed concern that another extremist group with Iranian backing, Hezbollah, will be drawn into the war, thereby expanding the conflict beyond Israeli and Palestinian borders. On October 9, reports surfaced that the IDF was firing at targets within Lebanon, where Hezbollah is based. An Israeli statement on the matter did not clarify the purpose of the cross-boundary operation.

A 2023 effort by the United States to help broker a normalization accord between Israel and Saudi Arabia was thrown into chaos by the October conflict. Saudi Arabia has long advocated for the rights and safety of Palestinian Arab populations in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza. Especially in Gaza, those populations are now in the path of IDF operations, jeopardizing the progress the Israelis and Saudis made toward common understanding.

Recent Developments
The most far-right and religious government in Israel’s history was inaugurated in late December 2022. The coalition government is led by Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu and his Likud party and comprises two ultra-Orthodox parties and three far-right parties, including the Religious Zionism party, an ultranationalist faction affiliated with the West Bank settler movement. To reach a governing majority, Netanyahu made a variety of concessions to his far-right partners. Opponents have criticized the government’s stated prioritization of the expansion and development of Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. The governing coalition has also endorsed discrimination against LGBTQ+ people on religious grounds, and it voted to limit judicial oversight of the government in May 2023 after a delay due to nationwide protests in March.

2022 marked a renewed level of violence between Israelis and Palestinians. The first nine months of 2023 were characterized by a steady trend of clashes in the West Bank, including nearly daily Israeli incursions. Israel approved five thousand new settler homes in June 2023 which, along with other settlements in Palestinian territory, are considered by experts and intergovernmental institutions to be illegal under international law. The Israeli military also escalated its operations, including raiding the al-Aqsa mosque twice in one day, wounding thirty-five in a Ramallah operation, and firing missiles from a helicopter at the Jenin refugee camp. In May, Israel battled Gazan militants for five days, with nearly two thousand combined missile launches by Hamas and Israeli forces. Then, in July, Israel deployed nearly two thousand troops and conducted drone strikes in a large-scale raid on the Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank, killing twelve Palestinians and wounding fifty. Israel, which lost one soldier in the operation, claimed all those killed were militants. While withdrawing, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the incursion was “not a one-off” incident; Israel intends to prevent the camp from serving as a safe haven for Jenin Brigades and other militant groups. Hamas responded to the raid by carrying out an attack in Tel Aviv and launching missiles at Israel.

The October 2023 conflict between Israel and Hamas marks the most significant escalation of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict in several decades.

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Properties / Re: How Can I Avoid Being Scammed, I'm About To Buy A House by rita25(f): 3:08pm On Aug 16, 2023
call 08052038520 for houses at Goverment rate.all round abuja.

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Romance / Re: Story Of A Frustrated Ex by rita25(f): 10:55am On Aug 02, 2023
as long as you met her online then you have to collect WOTORWOTOR ONLINE TOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Education / Re: Emmanuel College Students Sitting On The Floor To Write Exams In Owerri (Photos) by rita25(f): 10:16am On Jul 19, 2023
LET THE CHILDREN BREATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DONT SUFFOCATE THEM embarassed
Crime / Re: Trevboi Declared Wanted For Murder. by rita25(f): 2:50pm On Jul 17, 2023
shit got real

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Family / Re: Problem With My Wife, Mother, And Mother Inlaw. by rita25(f): 2:32pm On Feb 20, 2023
YOUR MOTHER IS PATIENCE OZOKWO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!YOUR MOTHER IS WAHALA WHALA WAHALA,SHE IS THE CHAIRPERSON VAWULENT UNION GROUP....TAME YOUR MUM BEFORE SHE DESTROYS YOUR HOME
Norah199:
Good morning guys. I need some matured minds and married men and women in the house to look into this matter and give me an ideal way to go about this. Would be a long read pls bear with me.

So late late 2021, I got married to my long time girlfriend. Before the marriage, my mom had a little reservation about the girl and her family for some odd reasons due to her tribe. She’s Igbo. Everything was funny because the first day I introduced my wife to my mom. She liked her and everything was cool. They where going on well until my mom started telling me she’s having some dreams about the girl and her family. She’s white garment member. I think her dislike started growing when she told my wife about her church and she said she can’t go to her church for any reason. I was a former member of the church when I was a teenager but with time as I grew I stopped going to the church not because it’s a bad church or something wrong with it. I just don’t fancy going there and also not a church type of person. My mom believe it was the girl that made me stopped going to the church which was funny. She has said that several times.

For the record, I’m an only child of my mother, my dad is late and she’s yet to marry again. I do everything for her like her rent, monthly upkeep, and also got her a good car. Initially I thought she was doing all these because she felt she hasn’t enjoyed me yet and another woman is coming into the picture which is normal for most parents. So I did everything I could to make her comfortable before my wedding.

We did the wedding and everything went on smoothly aprt from some normal family disputes and all but the wedding was successful. Deep down I know my mom still doesn’t like my girl because of her statement s most times but I don’t always give her that room so she’s always quiet and rather not talk what’s on her mind.
Later on, my mom started complaining of the money I give to her. She seems not to be ok with it. Trust me guys. I do more than enough for my mom. I just tried my best to handle everything well and sometimes allow her have her ways with her demands so she doesn’t see my wife as a stumbling block to her.

To cut the long story short, my wife took in and was due for delivery and her mother came like a month before the delivery. Actually my wife had a false labour that made us rush to the hospital and doctor said she has very high maleria and was in serious labor. I called the mother immediately and she started coming the next morning because she lives in the East. The doctor gave her some injections and drugs for the maleria and the labor stopped. Doctor told us it wasn’t the right time for the baby to come out because it was 8 months.
The next morning when she was strong, we went back home with the mother that was already in town.

The mother decided to stay till the delivery instead of going back and coming again when she delivers which I supported.
Two weeks the doctor gave us turned to 1 month and labor didn’t still come. All these while I never knew my mom was so bitter that my mother inlaw was in my house for that long. She once asked me why the woman didn’t go and come back. It was that bad. To make matters worse, I lost my child after a CS was done on my wife. It appeared the baby was in distress which the doctors failed to notice and came out with birth asphyxia. After about two weeks, she died. I opened a thread on that.

Problem started after I buried my child. Everyone was in sorrow and so much pains especially my wife. A day after the burial my mother called my mother inlaw and asked her why she hasn’t gone yet. Started accusing the woman of killing the child and all manners of things. How she had turned her husband to vegetable and now she wants to teach her daughter how to turn her son into vegetable too. It was really bad. They both insulted each other and quarreled seriously on the phone just a day after the lost of my child. She also called my wife and told her “shebi she doesn’t want children” my wife was quiet and didn’t utter a word.

I was in so much pain and so pissed at my mom for everything she did and didn’t even speak to her for like a month even though I still sent her upkeep money. I reported her to her uncle and a few respected people. I don’t know if they talked to her but nothing was done. No body called for any meeting even her own pastor that I reported to. Instead he told me it’s woman talk. That they both insulted each other and the rest..

After that incident till date. My wife, mother, and mother inlaw haven’t spoken to each other even though I have had more peace since then but the fact still remains my mom and wife are not in good terms. I have long forgiven and moved on with my mom even though that closeness is not there but I don’t fail to send her money for upkeep every month. My wife is cool with it and said she doesn’t want that closeness with my mom even though she has forgiven her too.

My mom and I talks once in a while and never for once has she asked about my wife since that incident and my wife hasn’t called either which I don’t blame her. The last time I visited my mom. She said some ill things about my wife and her family and even told me my wife is not my rightful wife and some other things. I usually don’t listen to her talks because I know how religion has turned so many people into something else.

The question right now guys. What do I do in this situation. The truth is nothing can change my moms mind about my wife and her family. But still as a husband, I still feel somehow knowing my wife and mom are not in good terms. My mother inlaw the last time told me she wants to make peace with my mom that they can’t keep fighting forever especially because of her daughter. But deep down I know the thought my mom have about them. So I just told her it’s not the right time and with time everything will be fine. I can’t force my wife to call my mom because she didn’t do no wrong. At the same time my mom won’t even listen to me for any peace making. There are more things to say but I will end here. Sorry for the long write up.
Your opinions would be deeply appreciated.
Thank you 🙏

Business / Re: Why Do Some Successful Businesses Fold Up After The Demise Of The CEO? by rita25(f): 4:43pm On Jan 11, 2023
when you spoil children because you are rich and when you die the little spoilt brats who become NOK will just mess things up killing themselves that they are draging inheritance

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Celebrities / Re: Richard Mofe-Damijo And Wife, Jumobi, Celebrate 22nd Wedding Anniversary (Photo) by rita25(f): 2:00pm On Dec 29, 2022
haba nau embarassed
Juanmike:
When are they divorcing?
Family / Re: Woman Finds Panty In Her Husband’s Car (Photo) by rita25(f): 4:51pm On Nov 02, 2022
YOUR HUSBAND DID A QUIEKIE WITH SIDE CHICK IN THE CAR...1ST PRAY THEY USED CONDOM BEFORE BELLE OR STD CASE JOIN THEN SHOW HIS SIBLINGS WHO ARE ALWAYS QUICK TO DEFEND HIM AND THEN CONFRONT THE CHEATER....BUT U MUST ABOVE ALL HV A LARGE HEART TO FORGIVE...MEN GET AWAY WITH SUCH STUFF,PLS DONT TRY TO REVENGE COS YOUR OWN GO ENTER CNN
Career / Re: State Government Work Or Bank Job by rita25(f): 2:42pm On Oct 04, 2022
START THE BANK WORK.BETWEEN NOW AND JANUARY IS 4MONTHS AND A BIRD IN HAND IS WORTH NINE IN THE BUSH DONT LET A PROMISE MAKE YOU LOOSE BOTH OPPORTUNITIES

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Crime / Re: Photo Of Notorious Kidnapper 'Lion' With Security Operatives Shared Online by rita25(f): 2:07pm On Sep 26, 2022
SAME WAY HUSHPUPPI WAS A MOSLEM
Hobbiton:
I'm not a supporter of APC but I just want to say Nigerians are hypocrites.

The dude is also a Christian too don't forget to add that



See him in church crying.. lol

Modified: for all those quoting me, I pointed this out cause we have a thing of linking criminals to our bias & make everyone from were we are against look like the criminal we point out. So in light of that, since he is a Christian, I linked him to his religion. & Now tears is all over the timeline.

If you want people to stop doing this, understand that not to blanket criminals with people they share tribes, religion and ethnicity with.


Sports / Re: Anthony Joshua Accepts Terms For Tyson Fury Fight by rita25(f): 1:35pm On Sep 13, 2022
everybody just wan beat JOSHUA...why are u nau
Islam for Muslims / Re: Is The Mark On Some People's Forehead A Sign Of Iman? by rita25(f): 1:16pm On Sep 09, 2022
DEAR NAIRALAND MODS WHY ARE THE CHRISTAIN POST AND COMMENTARY OPEN TO EVERY ONE AND WHEN IT COMES TO ISLAMIC POST YOU GIVE FOOLISH RULES? IS THIS NOT PART OF THE FAVOURING ISLAM AND ITS AGENDA IN NIGERIA? ARE YOU RESPECTING ONE RELIGION OVER ANOTHER? ANYBODY CAN COMMENT ON A CHRISTAIN POST BE IT INSULT OR ACCOLADE BUT RESTRICTIONS ARE PLACED HERE ...IF THIS CONTINUE MAY NAIRALAND FACE THE JUDGEMENT OF THE TRUE GOD cry cry

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Politics / Re: Rename The University Of Nigeria, Nsukka To Queen Elizabeth - Adamu Garba by rita25(f): 12:34pm On Sep 09, 2022
NAME ABU ZARIA AFTER BOKO HARAM........IDIOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TV/Movies / Re: BBNaija: Bella Ends Relationship With Sheggz by rita25(f): 4:54pm On Sep 05, 2022
2 AGBAYA TOLOTOLOS grin grin grin grin grin

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Family / Re: I Lost My Wife (a Nairalander) by rita25(f): 12:35pm On Sep 02, 2022
HOW DID U TREAT HER BEFORE HER DEATH?
DO U ALREADY HAVE A REPLACEMENT FOR HER FROM AMONG THE SEVERAL SIDE CHICKS
YOU COME ON SOCIAL MEDIA CELEBRATING HER DEATH CLAIMING TO BE SAD embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed
Family / Re: My Colleague's Husband Stresses His Wife Daily by rita25(f): 10:41am On Sep 02, 2022
WICKED NARCIST MEN POORLY TRAINED BY THEIR MOTHERS EVERYWHERE WITH SUPPORTIVE AND ENABLING FAMILY WHO SEE NOTHING WRONG IN THEIR BEHAVIOUR BUT WHEN ANOTHER MAN TRIES IT WITH THEIR SISTERS AND DAUGHTERS THEM GO WAN MAD...BUT THEY ARE DOING IT TO SOMEONE ELSE CHILD ALL IN THE NAME OF MARRIAGE

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Romance / Re: My Landlord Son Took My Girlfriend away From Me...I might revenge by rita25(f): 1:36pm On Aug 31, 2022
YOUR CONJIGAL RIGHT? MUMU LIKE U....DID U MARRY HER? NO WONDER SHE LEFT YOU

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Celebrities / Re: Moses Bliss, Seun Okinbaloye,Others At Birthday Worship Of CEO Skyewise Group by rita25(f): 12:41pm On Aug 19, 2022
ANOTHER MAXWELL ODUM IN THE MAKING embarassed embarassed embarassed undecided undecided undecided
Phones / Re: Pictures From TECNO CAMON 19 Mondrian Edition Exhibition In Lagos by rita25(f): 11:46am On Aug 17, 2022
DEAR TIWA SAVAGE...............DESPITE UR MUMU BEHAVIOUR SOMETIMES.........I STAND TO SAY YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL AND I ADMIRE AND RESPECT YOU ALOT...YOU ARE THE QUEENBEE AMONG THE WANNABEES
Politics / Re: Zamfara Approves Death Penalty For Informants, Bandits, Others by rita25(f): 9:21am On Aug 17, 2022
THIS GUY IS NOT EL RUFIA HE IS TIRED ND NOT READY TO ROMANCE BANDICT BECAUSE OF SECTIONALISM OR RELIGION....THE QUESTION NOW IS WILL THERE EVER BE A SENTENCING? EVEN IF THEY GET CAUGHT?IF WADUME CAN GET ONLY 7YRS....WE ARE ON A LOOOOOOOOOON THING
TV/Movies / Re: BBNaija: Sheggz And Adekunle Fight. Bella And Diana Clash by rita25(f): 9:14am On Aug 17, 2022
STUPID LAZY YOUTHS AND LATER THEY WILL COME AND BE COMPLAINING OF BAD GOVERMENT?

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Politics / Re: Let’s Avoid Politics Of Hate, Religious, Ethnic Sentiments – Buni To Nigerians by rita25(f): 5:02pm On Aug 16, 2022
SO SAYS A HAUSA FULANI NARCIST THAT SEES CHRISTAINS AS INFIDELS,SO SAYS A MAN SOPPORTING A MUSLIM MUSLIM TICKET........PLEASE LETS ALL FACE FACTS AND CALL A SPADE A SPADE THE UNITY OF OUR GREAT NIGERIA HAS BEEN BROKEN AND DIVIDED BY THE BIAFRIAN AGITATORS AND THE NORTHERN ISLAMISATION AGENDA................ cry cry cry cry cry cry cry

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Politics / Re: I’m Not Perfect, Forgive My Mistake – Lalong Begs Catholic Bishops by rita25(f): 4:31pm On Aug 16, 2022
AS LONG AS U PITCH TENT WITH APC ...OGA U ARE ON YOUR OWN............................WE WILL OBEDIENTLY VOTE YOU OUT..........SHEGUN PARTY
TV/Movies / Re: Abuja Female Carpenter Adaeze Oforma Dazzles in New Photo, Joins Reality TV show by rita25(f): 4:10pm On Aug 16, 2022
BEAUTIFUL
Politics / Re: Yul Edochie Tackles Nigerians Mocking Tinubu by rita25(f): 3:40pm On Aug 10, 2022
HUMANS ARE TALKING THIS PUBLIC TOILET AKA PUBLIC PREEK IS TALKING? undecided
Religion / Re: I Stepped On A Fetish Thing While Going To 5am Mosque (PICTURE) by rita25(f): 9:54am On Jul 18, 2022
KOLANUT REPRESENT OLD AGE
PEPPER REPRESENTS STRUGGLES AND SUFFER AND POVERTY
10NAIRA MEANS EMPTY AND USELESS FINANCES
A SPELL WAS CAST ON SOMEONE BY SOMEONE,BUT THE PERSON WHOM THE SPELL WAS CAST ON IS FREE BECAUSE YOU NULLIFIED IT BY STEPPING ON IT WHILE HEADED FOR PRAYERS

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