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Politics / Re: Abike Dabiri-erewa Blast NBC On Radio Biafra Pix by tyson55(m): 11:06am On Jul 15, 2015
Nor be only jam na ham

You guys ain't seen nothing yet.

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Politics / Re: Okonjo-iweala With Nigerian Delegates At Addis Ababa (photos) by tyson55(m): 8:27pm On Jul 14, 2015
cool
Foreign Affairs / Re: El Chapo Guzman 'vows To Make Donald Trump Swallow His Words by tyson55(m): 8:21pm On Jul 14, 2015
That's what $50 million buys you. Custom built escape tunnel, guards looking the other way, (as if they had a choice), and guards' families are allowed to live. This guy has killed more people than any disease. I hope they catch him soon.
Politics / Re: Buhari Is Failing Already-Yemi Adebowale by tyson55(m): 12:20pm On Jun 06, 2015
disumusa:
this is the voice of coward ibo and not any yemi adebowala, yoruba are train to insult a respectfull elder like buhari.

Stop living in denial bro.

Take this good advise; learn to apply critical thinking to your posts and attack the topic, instead of going on foolishly trying to change the perception of the writer being Igbo as if that will make you look less stupid.

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Romance / Re: Woman Beats Boyfriend For Having Too Much Instagram Followers (pics) by tyson55(m): 5:43pm On Apr 21, 2015
Only in Yankee
Crime / Re: Boy, 16, Arraigned For Allegedly Defiling 2-year-old Girl by tyson55(m): 2:52pm On Apr 21, 2015
This defilement of a thing is taking an alarming trend now, what is going on? undecided
Crime / Re: Xenophobia: Gang Leader Of Xenophobia Promised To Execute More Foreigners (video by tyson55(m): 2:46pm On Apr 21, 2015
mainman7:
[b]Last year, my South African friend was complaining to me on Skype of how Nigerians (igbos) there are so fond of
insulting the natives as being local, dirty, lazy, dull, poor
etc... and he also said they are fond of boasting of how they
taking over South Africa and their land. I was not too
surprised that over 95% of the people killed in S.A. so far
are igbos. South Africans were very accommodating and loving community, till igbos continually attracted acerbic hatred upon themselves through their leaky diarrhea mouth thereby jeopardizing the lives of innocent Malawians, Kenyans and other wonderful and considerate Africans. No matter the love that a host community initially have for igbos, they soon use their ingratitude, greed, better than thou empty pride and insultive derogatory talk about their host to earn upon themselves destructive wrath.
Their leaky diarrhea mouth would always attract
catastrophic genocide upon them. The American Dr said
they are probably a cursed tribe; cursed to always use their
leaky diarrhea mouth to magnetize destructive bloody anger
of their hosts all over the world. He wondered why they
can't live in piece with their hosts all around the world
without attracting wrath. igbos are vehemently equally
hated by their hosts all around the world.
I remember 10 years ago when igbos have
gotten so used to abusing Yorubas without Yorubas
responding. Just like the South Africans, Yorubas took sooo much insults and name callings from these senseless igbos without responding, instead of them to stop, they waxed worse in derogatory... but like Viper that has been chased to the wall, they brought out the worst animal in us. Now, igbos are bound to pay the ultimate price with their lives for their ingratitude, stupidity and leaky diarrhea mouth. We've perfected the plan to permanently erase you igbos forever. People only get drowned in the river they underestimated.
[/b]


You will continue to see IGBO even when you look at your babe; thats what being stupîd and consumed by hatred does to you.
Some of you are daft beyond belief.

Where do they find people like you? Dugbe market?

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Crime / Re: Xenophobia: Gang Leader Of Xenophobia Promised To Execute More Foreigners (video by tyson55(m): 2:31pm On Apr 21, 2015
This guy is the l'ost ignorant idoît i have seen, cuz he doesn't know what he just got himself into.

This guy is fried for good.
Romance / Re: Photo: Please One Word For This Mother by tyson55(m): 12:43pm On Apr 20, 2015
She is "discombobulated".
Foreign Affairs / Re: Three Arrested For Mozambican Vendor's Murder by tyson55(m): 12:37pm On Apr 20, 2015
The South African government better wake up to their responsibility or else people are gonna take the laws into their own hands.
Politics / Re: Xenophobia attacks! Nigerians Lost N21m To Burnt Cars Looted And Burnt Shops. by tyson55(m): 10:01am On Apr 20, 2015
This is bad, many years of hard work gone in flames within a twinkle... It's time the SA government take responsibility for the actions of it's citizens.
Crime / Re: How A Father Could Be Sexually Interested In His Daughter by tyson55(m): 9:57am On Apr 20, 2015
lipsrsealed

Foreign Affairs / Re: Nigerians Living In Durban South Africa Vow To Fight Back, Battle Line Drawn by tyson55(m): 5:13am On Apr 20, 2015
These Zulus are lazy scums combined with a complete absence of civilised human values.

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Health / Re: 10 Signs You May Have Kidney Disease by tyson55(m): 5:31am On Mar 17, 2015
Your urine is foamy. Excessive bubbles in the urine -- especially ones that require you to flush several times before they go away -- indicate protein in the urine. This foam may look like the foam you see when scrambling eggs, as the common protein found in urine, albumin, is the same protein as in eggs.
You're experiencing persistent puffiness around your eyes. Protein in the urine is an early sign that the kidneys' filters have been damaged, allowing protein to leak into the urine. This puffiness around your eyes can be due to the fact that your kidneys are leaking a large amount of protein in the urine, rather than keeping it in the body.

Your ankles and feet are swollen. Decreased kidney function can lead to sodium retention, causing swelling in your feet and ankles. Swelling in the lower extremities can also be a sign of heart disease, liver disease and chronic leg vein problems.

You have a poor appetite. This is a very general symptom, but a buildup of toxins resulting from reduced kidney function can be one of the causes.

Your muscles are cramping. Electrolyte imbalances and cramping can be caused by impaired kidney function. For example, low calcium levels and poorly controlled phosphorus may contribute to muscle cramping.


http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/6877736

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Health / 10 Signs You May Have Kidney Disease by tyson55(m): 5:30am On Mar 17, 2015
Leslie Spry, M.D., FACP

Most don't know it -- Over 90 percent of people with signs of kidney disease are unaware of it.

March is National Kidney Month, and one of the best ways to observe this health awareness month is by getting tested if you're at risk for kidney disease. Major risk factors include high blood pressure, diabetes, a family history of kidney failure and being age 60 or older.

While the only way to know for sure if you have kidney disease is to get tested, there are a number of physical signs. Sometimes people attribute these physical symptoms of kidney disease to other conditions. This is because those with kidney disease tend not to experience symptoms until the very late stages, when the kidneys are failing or when there are large amounts of protein in the urine.

Here are 10 possible signs you may have kidney disease:

You're more tired, have less energy or are having trouble concentrating. A severe decrease in kidney function can lead to a buildup of toxins and impurities in the blood. This can cause you to feel tired, weak and can make it hard to concentrate. Another complication of kidney disease is anemia, which can also cause weakness and fatigue.
You're having trouble sleeping. When the kidneys aren't filtering properly, toxins stay in the blood rather than leaving the body through the urine. This can make it difficult to sleep. There is also a link between obesity and chronic kidney disease, and sleep apnea is more common in those with chronic kidney disease.

You have dry and itchy skin. Healthy kidneys do many important jobs. They remove wastes and extra fluid from your body, help make red blood cells, keep bones strong and work to maintain the right amount of minerals in your blood. Dry and itchy skin can be a sign of the mineral and bone disease that often accompanies advanced kidney disease, when the kidneys are no longer able to keep the right balance of minerals and nutrients in the blood.

You feel the need to urinate more often. If you feel the need to urinate more often, especially at night, this can be a sign of kidney disease. When the kidneys' filters are damaged, it can cause an increase in the urge to urinate. Frequent urination can also be a sign of a urinary infection or enlarged prostate in men.

You see blood in your urine. Healthy kidneys typically keep blood cells in the body when filtering wastes from the blood to create urine. However, when the kidneys have been damaged, these blood cells can start to "leak" out into the urine. In addition to signaling kidney disease, blood in the urine can be indicative of tumors, kidney stones or an infection.

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Properties / Re: Okwudili Umenyiora Owns One Of The Most Luxurious Houses In Nigeria by tyson55(m): 7:08pm On Mar 16, 2015
Nice home.
Politics / Re: Aisha Buhari Frying Akara In Abuja (Photo) by tyson55(m): 4:43pm On Mar 16, 2015
nationwide1:
Smart thinking. Hypocrisy at its peak. Oshiomole did more than that with hawkers in Benin before go and die saga. Fashola fraternized with Okada riders better than she is doing before the ban. Only the fools get carried away by this gimmicks.

I tell ya bro, these politicians are really taking Nigerians for granted, thinking we are fools. Only the gullible will be carried away by their gimmicks just as you said.

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Politics / Re: Aisha Buhari Frying Akara In Abuja (Photo) by tyson55(m): 9:16am On Mar 16, 2015
This is the height of hypocrisy.

Nigerian politicians and their family deceiving The masses since 1960.

If eventually they get to power, this Akara woman would probably be told to take her Akara stuff out of Abuja, that Abuja is not meant for the poor.

Smh

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Politics / Re: Pastor Asks Congregation To Raise $65 Million For Him To Buy A Private Jet by tyson55(m): 1:16pm On Mar 14, 2015
Jesus was able to spread his gospel traveling by foot. This man needs to get back to basics.

And by the way, How is it that when pastors want something they ask the congregation for it, but when the congregation wants something the pastors tell them to ask God? #Pondering

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Politics / Re: Nigeria Vote May Spawn Violence Whoever Wins, Control Risks Says by tyson55(m): 10:17pm On Mar 13, 2015
armadeo:
ok



the most important facts are highlighted. the peace accord they signed will be like toilet paper to the losers supporters. i only pity the imbecilic youths who would risk their lives on account of peeps who don't care.

may God protect this nation, we are on the brink of greatness, whoever wins will know what the masses expect.

i also feel its time for us Nigerians to also have a good look at our senators and representatives who senate and represent millions of naira a month to themselves for making laws nobody is interested in, laws that do not affect the common man on the street. they also need to be kicked out. they serve no function other than wrapping their tentacles and suckers upon the Nigerian treasury.

it is well. we are watching you all.

Well said bro.

It is the common man who will bear the brunt of any election violent that will arise from whomever wins. It's a pity.
Politics / Re: Nigeria Vote May Spawn Violence Whoever Wins, Control Risks Says by tyson55(m): 10:16pm On Mar 13, 2015
armadeo:
ok



the most important facts are highlighted. the peace accord they signed will be like toilet paper to the losers supporters. i only pity the imbecilic youths who would risk their lives on account of peeps who don't care.

may God protect this nation, we are on the brink of greatness, whoever wins will know what the masses expect.

i also feel its time for us Nigerians to also have a good look at our senators and representatives who senate and represent millions of naira a month to themselves for making laws nobody is interested in, laws that do not affect the common man on the street. they also need to be kicked out. they serve no function other than wrapping their tentacles and suckers upon the Nigerian treasury.

it is well. we are watching you all.

Well said bro.
Politics / Nigeria Vote May Spawn Violence Whoever Wins, Control Risks Says by tyson55(m): 8:37pm On Mar 13, 2015
(Bloomberg) -- Nigeria, the biggest economy in Africa, will probably face violence in the aftermath of its elections this month no matter who emerges the winner among the leading candidates, according to Control Risks Group.
A victory for President Goodluck Jonathan, a Christian from the crude-producing south, would pose a “real potential for civil unrest” in the north, Thomas Horn Hansen, senior Africa analyst at Control Risks, told reporters on Thursday in Lagos, the commercial capital. There’s also a “potential for backlash” in the oil-rich Niger Delta if former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, a Muslim northerner, unseats Jonathan. Companies are preparing for either scenario, said Hansen.
Nigeria, Africa’s biggest oil producer, is holding elections on March 28 following a six-week postponement. The ruling People’s Democratic Party, undefeated since the end of military rule in 1999, is facing what may be its toughest contest after opposition parties merged in 2013 to form the All Progressives Congress.


The last vote in 2011, which also pitted Jonathan against Buhari, was followed by violence that left about 800 people dead, according to New York-based Human Rights Watch.
Nigeria’s presidential candidates signed an agreement in January committing to keep the peace. Africa’s most populous nation is already struggling to contain a six-year insurgency by the Islamist group Boko Haram that has killed more than 13,000 people in the northeast. The elections initially scheduled for Feb. 14 were delayed to give the military more time to subdue the rebels and ensure the safety of voters.

Economic Impact


“Both the PDP and the APC share an interest in managing the forerun of the elections and minimize the impact on the economy,” Hansen said.
Tackling corruption is a priority for both candidates, which means in any event businesses may face more scrutiny after the vote, Gbenga Abosede, a practice leader for compliance, intelligence and technology at Control Risks, said at the same meeting.
“Corruption is a major issue in this election,” he said. “I think this is a trend that is coming to stay, so businesses need to watch out.”
Nigeria is ranked 136 of 175 countries in Transparency International’s 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index, on par with Russia and Iran.


http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-12/nigeria-vote-may-spawn-violence-whoever-wins-control-risks-says?cmpid=yhoo
Politics / Re: Bode George Carrying Jimi Agbaje At His Back In A Hilarious Advert (Photo) by tyson55(m): 2:57pm On Feb 15, 2015
Poor attempt at photoshop.

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Politics / Re: Jonathan Afraid Buhari Will Jail Him — Obasanjo by tyson55(m): 2:00pm On Feb 15, 2015
Simply put; Obasanjo is the problem with Nigeria. A narcissistic old man, who has not allowed democracy to thrive in Nigeria. He obviously believes he is the only one that can solve Nigeria's problems. He has not been able to twist Goodluck's arms anyway he wants, that is why he has been acting like a spoilt child. Goodluck is on record to be the only one that has allowed democracy to flourish in Nigeria.

People blame him for not changing Nigeria; they have forgotten that the same military represented by Obasanjo and Buhari with other Northerners ruled this same Nigeria for forty years and grounded everything good about Nigeria. Goodluck has only done 4 years and I do not think he has done perfectly well, but we are seeing some of the good things he has attempted to do. Obasanjo should leave Nigeria alone and act like an elder statesman. With or without him , Nigeria will thrive. President Goodluck will conduct free and fair elections and I trust him to hand over if he dose not win.

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Politics / Re: John Campbell: "Jonathan Remains Likely Winner Of Elections" by tyson55(m): 12:34pm On Feb 15, 2015
undecided
Politics / Re: Obasanjo Plots To Head Interim National Govt - Presidency by tyson55(m): 12:27pm On Feb 15, 2015
Simply put; Obasanjo is the problem with Nigeria. A narcissistic old man, who has not allowed democracy to thrive in Nigeria. He obviously believes he is the only one that can solve Nigeria's problems. He has not been able to twist Goodluck's arms anyway he wants, that is why he has been acting like a spoilt child. Goodluck is on record to be the only one that has allowed democracy to flourish in Nigeria.

People blame him for not changing Nigeria; they have forgotten that the same military represented by Obasanjo and Buhari with other Northerners ruled this same Nigeria for forty years and grounded everything good about Nigeria. Goodluck has only done 4 years and I do not think he has done perfectly well, but we are seeing some of the good things he has attempted to do. Obasanjo should leave Nigeria alone and act like an elder statesman. With or without him , Nigeria will thrive. President Goodluck will conduct free and fair elections and I trust him to hand over if he dose not win.
Politics / Re: Buhari Will Arrest Jonathan If He Becomes President - Obasanjo by tyson55(m): 11:45am On Feb 15, 2015
Simply put; Obasanjo is the problem with Nigeria. A narcissistic old man, who has not allowed democracy to thrive in Nigeria. He obviously believes he is the only one that can solve Nigeria's problems. He has not been able to twist Goodluck's arms anyway he wants, that is why he has been acting like a spoilt child. Goodluck is on record to be the only one that has allowed democracy to flourish in Nigeria.

People blame him for not changing Nigeria; they have forgotten that the same military represented by Obasanjo and Buhari with other Northerners ruled this same Nigeria for forty years and grounded everything good about Nigeria. Goodluck has only done 4 years and I do not think he has done perfectly well, but we are seeing some of the good things he has attempted to do. Obasanjo should leave Nigeria alone and act like an elder statesman. With or without him , Nigeria will thrive. President Goodluck will conduct free and fair elections and I trust him to hand over if he dose not win.
NYSC / Re: Corper Drowned At Ibeno Beach In Akwa Ibom(Photo) by tyson55(m): 11:41am On Feb 15, 2015
Sad

Please guys if you can't swim, don't try to force it just to impress the ladies.

May God grant him eternal rest.

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Politics / Re: How Fashola Looted N402bn Lagos Funds - Elombah.com by tyson55(m): 1:31am On Feb 15, 2015
The back of my perfect anti Capitalism shirt says it all... Never in human history have so few (1%) taken so much ($$) from so many (99%)!
Health / Re: RIP DJDOLA- We Will Miss You by tyson55(m): 1:21am On Feb 15, 2015
May God Grant him eternal Rest.

Rip bro.
Crime / Re: House Help Kidnaps Kate Henshaw’s Young Nephews In Lagos ( Photo ) by tyson55(m): 10:16am On Dec 08, 2014
Hopefully they will be found.

People should double check on the kind of house maid they employ this days.

House-maid conniving with criminals to rob their employer, house-maid disappearing with kids, house-Maid maltreating kids, and so on, these are worrying times.
Family / Re: Missing Nigerian-American Doctor, Fehintola Omidele Found Alive! by tyson55(m): 10:12am On Dec 08, 2014
Meanwhile, It is being reported here locally that she stopped at a Subway (inside of a Walmart) in El Campo to get something to eat. She asked to borrow someone's cell phone and told that person that "the pressure of residency was too much too handle."

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