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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Fashion Designer Yomi Casual Enters Keke For The First Time......

There is always a first time for everyone and fashion designer Yomi Casual appeared excited as he sat in this Keke in Warri town ....
He posted this and got a few knocks from those who said he was lying and this wasn't his first time....



Some people sit on the Internet and expect everyone to have a sob story or a poverty tell it all story....Not everyone went through your Boulevard.
I have never entered this Keke thing before and i dont think i ever will because i just see it as very unsafe!

36 comments:

  1. he should shut up jo, not like he was born with a silver spoon, he has entered jo, even entered worse thgs, liars all over.

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    1. I don enter Keke sotey i kuku know most keke drivers that use my route..
      once i stop any,i jejely use the front with the driver even if no-one is at the back..
      I no get strenght for "come down" and "enter again"...

      Bydway,the air that comes in while in it is ok...

      Chai!! It is well..
      **Ejighi Ahuhu anya ishi biko**

      Good for him if that is his first..

      @MARTINS ABOY

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    2. Lol,if he say bike,it might be a lie cos he can't say he didn't hustle in school,but when did keke evolve kwanu?

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    3. Exactly. When did Keke even come to Naija sef? It's fairly recent and Yomi is not in his early 20s that someone with say he must have used it in school or so

      If he said he's never climbed okada now, I for say not true cos of his background...

      Meanwhile, we have many who haven't and probably never will, be it okada or keke

      Like my kids now, in junior high and have been driven to and from school since elementary school, will head to boarding house in Senior secondary which is where I hope they get to have some 'street' experiences (safe ones oh In Jesus' Name) cos afterwards, its off to Uni abroad...Keke, Okada and other.public transport no feature so far and if they should say that in future , someone might argue...

      **this article just made me realize that it's true oh, my kids have never taken public transport'
      Should I go out of my way to make it happen? Again, why am I struggling if not to give my kids better than I had* **thinking**

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  2. Stella you are right! Of cos Yomi is a big boy.That may be his first though.

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    1. Akuko ifo. How does this affect the price of beans?

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    2. 9:44 pay no mind to dat umbrella looking thing with his big head and skinny body called sexless daddy

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  3. Don't mind some children of anger.

    I know so many people that have not entered keke. I can count how many times I've entered sef.

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  4. hmmm unsafe na because say you get class nah abi



    #GOAT™

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  5. Keke -I didn't even know of its existence till I returned to Nigeria after being away for several years .
    It's a whole lot better than those bikes .

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    1. Princess Scheherazade17 August 2017 at 10:48

      Keke de outside naija na.
      I was shocked to the marrow the day I saw 'Tuk tuk' in Paris.
      I even entered it from somewhere around the Wheel to Eiffel tower.
      It was smack in the middle of winter (early January) and cold nearly finished me that day!

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    2. When I was in Nigeria, you can't even tie me and put on an okada. I tried keke once in kano. My fear for okada started after I fell off in the village one Christmas. I believe the guy.

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  6. Good for him. keke is my favourite mode of transportation. It is safer than bike because this my Aboki brothers can overspeed and the vibration from the bike itches my bombom.

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  7. Keke and bike which is safer? The first time i entered was in 2007 i think....I and my friend wanted to go get clothes,the drama that day no be here. Before then i had sworn never to enter it. I so hated it ehn....
    I believe him tho...might be his first time.

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    1. Shantelle baby,good morning 😊

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    2. Good morning dear. How are your soldiers?

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  8. No wahala yomi. Ma God do am for you. Keke is a way of life till e go better.

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  9. The only thing I have not entered is train, have even been pushed in a wheelbarrow as a kid and have entered a boat parked in the shore abi harbour

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  10. Hahahaha.... When this thing first came to my State. We swore never to enter it. I followed my friends to name it cockroach. Few months later, you need to see us flying inside. Its not that bad and sometimes I pretend the plenty breeze na ac.

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  11. I dey enter keke wella,good for you.

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  12. If you are from a well to do family Keke will not be an option to you.

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    1. say whaaaaat? lol ok o. Sone "well to do" folks want their kids to experience the other side of life. They make them take buses, work during vacation and limit access to cash because they want to raise balanced indviduals Not conceited,over priviledged fat souls with a huge sense of entitlement.

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  13. No wahala but you will go to places like India or Thailand and enter 'tuk tuk'.It's alright.

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  14. I like entering keke so no big deal with what he is doing. Feeling ajebutter

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  15. What's d big deal,I've entered keke once in my life, I rather take a taxi.

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    1. I'm with you on that. If there is no taxi I will trek.

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  16. Who is this guy again???? You all give these wannabe people relevance. For me Keke is an upgrade for him. Mscheww 😕😕😕

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    1. Mumu u don't know him and u concluded keke is an upgrade for him, don't u sound stupid? Someone u don't know oo

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  17. Keke or maruwa is my normal mode of transportation in lagos.It beats Okada or those run down danfo buses that keeps puffing and letting out long sighs..
    I remember the first time I saw a rickshaw was in an Indian movie 'toofan' when I was a lil girl and I was fascinated.
    Keke is safer, they don't do dangerous stunts like Okadas and some danfo drivers from hell.
    I don't see why he would lie that its his first time,not everyone enters keke.

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  18. Stella you are not in nigeria or are you?Then dey drive keke for Germany ni?What's my business.Not everybody has a sob story right but someone entering a keke for the first time is news worthy?He even had to pick a fine one just for sensationalism sake and for people like Stella to blog about.SHIOR!!!!

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  19. Stella you are not in nigeria or are you?Then dey drive keke for Germany ni?What's my business.Not everybody has a sob story right but someone entering a keke for the first time is news worthy?He even had to pick a fine one just for sensationalism sake and for people like Stella to blog about.SHIOR!!!!

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  20. Lol I love Keke sotey I knw when Keke horn from a distance jare but seriously I know some pple that have not enter Keke before

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  21. Hmmm.i don't think you pipu get the message.what if he has been seeing this keke thing but never tried it?many pipu dont like this keke thing oo,i am talking about the poor man here.some pipu would rather not go where they intend to go if they cant find any trans except keke...so please chill with the insult.i am sure he meant "first time trying keke"so many poor pipu have nvr entered this keke thing

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  22. Odi egwu. When no be say dem born am inside wealth. I had rich kids as class mates then in secondary school who followed us to back gate to eat "mamaput", entered molue with us just to feel like real humans before end of school hours when their drivers would come to pick them up and this "chingum" boy who probably used char coal to brush teeth in his teens is here forming tush. Abeg park one side.

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