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Monday, 19 December 2016

Please Read This...






91 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish they would see this and receive sense

Love Struck said...

And dem no snd us truly oooo

redbotafly said...

That's just how it is.
Very deep.

Anonymous said...

oga ooo.pray for this o. connection everywhere. wealth smelling.

Tilly said...

Word!!! The rich and influential marry each other and the cycle continues. They can only have "commoners" as mistresses.

LOLLAH said...

It is well. Pick up pick up baba God ooo

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm, word.

Jagaban said...

πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―

Anonymous said...

Food for thought.......

Lagos shopper(for your personal shoppings and goods directly from the popular lagos markets to anywhere in naija,07030493148) said...

Hmmmm,this plane must not drop!!!
Its why they marry eachother,they walk together!

One trillion said...

End time ITK

Pipi Lee said...

*sober reflection *


Chaiii... in PGEJ's voice.

Atheist. said...

The best way to forge a lasting alliance is not by peeling a mans skin off, The best way is marriage - Roose Bolton GOThrones.

SANDY NEKY said...

Lool! That's to the people wey kuku carry their matter for head anyways. Me no send them like at all. Make them enjoy..

Fan Emmanuel said...

In villager's voice,Tankio!

Ugonma Ajike said...

Kai! Word! I wish all this supporters club them will read this.

Rocky said...

Their wristwatches 😍

Who is a billionaire here? I'm single and very ready to mingle. Your tribe or religion doesn't matter.. Lol

SWAG LAFRESH said...

Ihekire Tony and co should read this

Blackberry said...

Heheheh nice one!
Don't mind d politically confused masses.

Anonymous said...

End time advice. True though...

Mrs.R SDK blog Official BFF said...

Nice and concrete message, the youths of Nigeria will never understand nor take it to heart because most of them; their brain is already being clouded by sentiments, tribal and religious differences.

I will continue to ask God for wisdom and the spirit of discernment on behalf of our youths.

Olu Vee said...

Gbam!

Emmanuel Iniwo said...

This message contains a lot. I thank God for me. I can never be used by any known and unknown politian. This message is for the thugs who work for them, make una listen ooo, if there is anyone reading.

Duchess; Cookies n cream, Doughnut n chin chin (The mobile snacks seller with a Bsc and an Msc) said...

This is deep mehn
I had to go over the post a zillion times
Baba God pls pick up my call
Give me a miracle that will look like a lie
Yours sdkly dazzlinglizzy

FOOTBALLMOLE said...

Let him that has ears hear!

Janeaustaconnection said...

Gbagam

love aloh said...

Enter your comment...hmmmmm thinking out loud. am inspired

Anonymous said...

Deep sigh!😞

Becky Divine said...

Deep words!

Jasmine said...

Simple!!!


Fight for ur own interest and not this stupid and rubbish politicians

peace maker said...

Rich Hausa people hardly help or marry from poor families. This is why they hv the highest poverty rate in d country despite ruling and looting d country since independence

Leesa said...

WORD!

Msy Keke said...

Fact.

Fierce of SDK blog said...

True talk.

ABUA Babe said...

Wisdom is all the masses need!

MISS TRUTH said...

#WORD.

LUCILE COCONUT OIL ABUJA 07059605320 Pin- 2BC6235E said...

Well said

Jenny zee said...

Who has time for naija problems? Like I always tell my friend, Nigeria's problem might be solved in d next 200-300 years, so I don't waste my time about naija issues, na how to carry my family come uk be my own, cos trying to make things work in naija is a total waste of time cos corruption has eaten deep in d system

Uniq Gem said...

Hear hear!

brownsugar said...

Tell them o!

Gracious said...

Very true. God will help us.

Nneyo said...

If only they will listen.

Loveme Jeje said...

hahahahaha very funny. congrats to them ooo. Na them get Nija o

Thatigbobabe(Lilyflower) said...

Very deep something

my opinion said...

I truthfully don't blame the rich when they marry themselves! It saves them a lot of stress!

People in thesame class of life understand themselves better!

I was one of those people who believed and still do(to an extent) that stuffs like this isn't totally right, but I am beginning to change my mindset!

There is something about poor people I don't like! They have this sense of entitlement that when they come in contact with you, all they think of is how to collect from you! They can drain you to the last drop and are never willing to learn how to become rich because they are so stingy to spend!

You visit them, you buy for them. They visit you, you buy for them! Dear Lord; is it that rubbish slang they have "you don't pour a cup of water inside an ocean"! Very annoying something!

So don't blame these people jare! Mingling with themselves is good for them! If you want to be like them, observe and learn! Most of all believe in yourself and learn to fucking GIVE even if it is pencil and stop BEGGING and feeling entitled! They worked for their money, work for yours...

Anonymous said...

I am a billionaire how can I reach you?

Stella maris Baby said...

WORDS!!!!!

Classic Chic! said...

Yeah very very deep!

Justyswt said...

True talk @Abiyamo

chinyere adajesus said...

Food for thought.......

Anonymous said...

That poverty stricken Tony that is unstable?

Anonymous said...

Yes but your father's last name matters...

Y said...

80% don't even understand what the picture is trying to depict. Instead of you people to think of how to fight for their rights dey are wishing to b in the picture. This is why politicians wld continue to use the commoners heads. Mshewww

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

Sideeyes@my opinion.
You are right though..... But most of this arrangee marriage doesn't last.

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

Anonymous millionaire
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Yemi7up said...

Very well said but some are still ready to die for them when campaign starts while their own children just watch them die and fighting.

zizi said...

TRUE

Yemi7up said...

Won le gbo. Those thugs were not train at all, even the trained ones among them are greedy for money, unmerited wealth.

Anonymous said...

Very true I have experienced this.
I had been dating this rich hausa guy in Abuja for 2yrs, we had discussed marriage everything. We were so in love, so I though, his family knew me and I got on with them was even close to all his siblings. Though I am Yoruba. My family is doing very okay but I wont say we are rich, but very comfortable based in PH cos of my dads job as an engineer but lived in Abuja before.
From the start he always said he wanted to marry me that was always our plan.
The 2nd yr came, I told him dis is d 2nd yr you ought to cum see my parents as we discussed by dec. By then he was acting funny and distant.
What did I hear later, he had engaged an Hausa girl whose father was a senator. He kept denying it, until he later confessed. I knew just 2mths to d marriage.
He started telling me it was family pressure. The two families know eachother and arranged it.
If you are dating a rich hausa guy and you are not hausa or moslem, just give urself brain. Even if they marry a non hausa Christian, the girls family also has to be rich like Igbenedion daughter and Metu.
I have a friend that also experienced this.
I have learnt the very hard way. Forget anythn love, dey hardly marry outside except d girl is also rich.

Anonymous said...

If you're from an average family, don't marry from a poor one. They are a bunch of entitled and shameless people, especially the folks from the east.

You marry an igbo girl from a poor home, the whole of her family becomes your responsibility.

Rocky said...

Mail me oo... Anonymous Billionaire...

Stella post na

Cookie said...

@ my opinion, really?? What exactly do you mean by 'poor people'??Na wa oooo, no vex sha!!

pinky peters said...

Deep, only if the male youths will hear. Promise them 5k and they will kill for you.

Gi Coco said...

@ my opinion, your comment is on point!πŸ’―
Being poor is a state of mind. Most believe in begging and collecting, they never think of being an asset to that there friend who is an asset to them. But I have one step uncle like that, he doesnt have money oo, but he will use his body and work to show support. Thats how it should be but They will rather list their problems and excuses till thy kingdom come but they don't realise that everyone's got problems including the rich. They feel like the rich problems are not important after all, they should have the money to solve it while they on the other hand, just need money continuously to solve their own problems.
Being poor is a cause. Choose your associates wisely!

Gi Coco said...

Allow them, they have made their choice. One thing the "commoners" don't know is this people face serious challenges. And when the gbege comes the commoners can not stand the problem. So what is the use of the commoners apart from bed warming?

Lora said...

Thank you o,abiyamo!I hope they will see,read&digest this!

Lora said...

Even Ilorin,they don't like their children marrying outsider!
I still dey thank una sha for not letting God's blessing pass me by!!!

Olivia Silk said...

No be small chai.
After we will say Hausa's no get sense.
They are very calculative,patient and not loud at all.

GALORE said...

@Abiyamo...They won't learn


They are just there to receive 6k per voting

They are NFA


No
Future
Ambition



@Galore

solar said...

Do they even love? I mean Hausa guys

Priceless Jewel said...

You can reach me @ my mail, rotfl


... Jesus is my worth!

stephan said...

Sincerely, my opinion that useless sense of entitlement is one among many signs and symptoms of the no good/no plan poor peeps.

White Eagle said...

Well said Tilly

Anonymous said...

These northerners are the most corrupt when it comes to stealing our money, but u will never kno coz they can cover their tracks like mad,

Na Godwin said...

The people you are referring to don't even read newspapers. Na blog dem go read?
God help this generation!

Amadi Godwin said...

Please tell them Mumu youths who die on a pot of porridge

Gi Coco said...

*curse

Phenomenal woman said...

Who solving naija problem epp ? All these touts that will die touting during election period. Anyway I have bigger fishes to fry. Say no to agbororism, say no to area boys, say no to 500 naira gragra. Do something and get rich let others fight for you mbok. Yak ndi

Lord Charles said...

My opinion, you really got me laughing. A poor person's sense of entitlement has got to be the eight wonder of the world, it can be cute to hear them go on and on about how they deserve better but never do anything to change their situation other than complain. Lol. 

Being poor is a disease but a killer disease is expecting to be lifted out of poverty by someone else. That kind of mentality is why most people die poor. These guys marry each other because most of us will too if we were in their position, especially the women. It's a known fact women don't marry below their "standards". Lol. 

Nice advice from ABIYAMO by the way, but I don't think it takes much intelligence to create artificial divisions like tribalism, as those who would buy into it aren't really that smart because being tribalistic is an indication of anything but intelligence and being an ardent supporter of a political party filled with people who lack the decency to at least fulfil their promises or a politician who is "obviously" corrupt would affirm the saying, 'Every nation gets the kind of government it deserves'. 

Bernie Sanders said at one point, "government has a moral responsibility to guarantee everyone a decent standard of living" and Joe Walsh commented on that saying, "government is not responsible for your standard of living. The only one responsible for your standard of living is you. We are losing this country because the Republican party lost the courage to say that". While I admit Bernie had a point, I'd rather go with Joe.

From the look on the faces of these guys in the private jet, it does not seem they give a hoot about the hardship the country is facing neither will the children they will bring forth, so rather than sit and complain about how their fathers has subjected you to hardship, why not just wish them well and face what puts food on your table while devising ways to better your future? After all, there are people who have never left this country and are not into politics but are doing "very well" for themselves, i'm sure you know a few, so why not you?

Mosi Jubelo said...

Tor

Sweet Child said...

Even with all these, the hausas have the highest poverty rate.

Chinny Baby said...

Well said.

Anonymous said...

Anon 14.05, u r almost there. U see, the people who chop our money r from ALL parts of the country. Even in that picture up there, u will find people from different parts of Nigeria.

Anonymous said...

Peace maker, that advice is for people like u. So, all u see in the pic is Hausa people?

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Anonymous said...

Guy you have binu ooo... Take heart sha... This is the second time in the last 1 month i am hearing this. Its like i will rethink this imo babe wey i don de pursue snc 90 kokoro.... She is also not from a not well to do family but i wont lie, my family is more than OK.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Indimi will sponsor Buhari in the next election.

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

My opinion nice one! Being poor is truly a state of the mind.
permit me to brag: I have a nickname people call me - Princess. Right from university when I was barely getting by. Why? My attitude. My parents aren't the richest and I'm not the prettiest but ive always carried myself like royalty. Call it pride but some things are just beneath me. Till today I don't know how to say 'I don't have money'.those words never come out of my mouth even when I'm flat broke. Infact once the thought comes I start saying: I'm rich, I'm successful, I'm great, my future is bright, I live in abundance. And the thought just dies away. And guess what? Something always happens.

I went from the girl managing struggling parents money (we were 4 in uni at the time- 2 in private) to the girl who made 50k a week on selling human hair. I was just 21/22. How did it all start? I bought a book at the supermarket one day- The Secret. That book changed my life through positive thinking.

As years go by, my friends have changed, my association has changed, my thoughts keep getting bigger and bigger. And most of my friends who are still on that 'life oh why me' mentality, the friendships just dies a natural death. We become like oil and water. We can't mix.

Also, I've always been a giver. Things I've done for some people sometimes I wonder how I could. But guess what? It always comes back in folds. When I receive favours I smile cos I know that I'm reaping. Id rather give than beg. Me beg? Haha. Never. Even when I dont have enough I always give. Sometimes people remind me of things I've given them and I've even forgotten. But I keep praying to God may my hands always be on top. May I always win and not lose.

It's all a mindset thing. How and where you see yourself matters. Hear the stories of most wealthy men and you'd know you're not alone. Buy will you let challenges overcome you or you're willing to conquer? A poor man/woman can marry into a rich family if they have a different mindset. Poverty is a mindset. Honestly.
E.g: When you meet a rich man you're thinking if sleeping with him for rents, phone, car etc instead of doing business that can change your whole family. That's a poverty mindset you've stationed yourself as a hoe for life. You think these men don't know that you can do better? They do but they will never advice you. They keep giving crumbs because that's just who you want to be.

I can go on and on but I'd leave it here.

Fuck you said...

@chikito...u just said something's today dat moved me

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Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

@reemah will read the macromind power. Also get Battlefield of the mind by pastor Joyce Meyer

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