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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Boredom Eliminating Post...




Hehehehehehehehe if i hear!!!......Na we we nau..

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  1. Stella Maris baby20 February 2018 at 18:02

    Yes,I even bought beautiful red gown today at my bus stop.

    Rocking it on Thursday.

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    1. Bought bra, pants... All okrika

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    2. lol the one on my picture too is okrika... Cheap something.. Missing yaba biko

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    3. I will rather buy Okrika than China wears

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    4. Wow...good to be back
      Stella weldone oo...how's our ministry going??
      E Ku ise....
      Okrika na forever na...

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    5. kai buying second hand pant may not be good for your health o.

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    6. I buy Okrika and sell okrika first grade bags. Believe me, Okrika is bae!

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  2. Not sure. Is it a place?

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    1. Ehe, them don come; the fake "slay queens".
      "My bother's fiancee sent it from Germany"

      Next minute you hear them for phone;
      "Angela, them don open "bail?"

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    2. Yes, it is the name of a place, person or thing
      The thing between your legs!

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    3. Yes in rivers state. But the question is you don buy bend down select before? Stella i don buy am well.

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    4. lol.
      You are seeing 'bought' there and you are asking if it's a place. You wantu form tushπŸ˜’πŸ˜’

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    5. Yes, I think a bag

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    6. You people no go kill person with lafta πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  3. I buy am, I sell am and I love am. Level don change now we bless God. Wetin i dey talk sef I visited thrift store last year although I didn't buy anything.

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  4. Hian.
    This one no be question. Okrika knows my name.

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  5. I have a supreme denim jacket from there ....i have a plug,he 'funkifies' okirika to Kriks πŸ˜‚

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  6. Yes oo still do. Ok clothes have dignity. You'll hardly see sis nkechi and chioma having the same clothe as yours. It's still affordable. All the way mennn.

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  7. Yes o. Okrika be helping people cover up.

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  8. Na wah for u o Stella. Abeg even last week I bought quality "ok" spots cloths. Abeg na Nija we de o

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  9. Yea!! Its always all about packaging yourself well..Life na Packaging!

    @MARTINS ABOY

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  10. Even the girls wey dey sell am go dey say
    Gucci, Victoria secrets, Channel bla, bla bla

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  11. NEVER! How can I buy a cloth that someone else has worn.And that horrible smell that comes from those clothes no matter how u wash it will be there..used to have a roomie that patronized them so I know..had to change room cos of her and that awful smell.

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    1. Hmmm.....see me yinmuing 😁😁😁. You for show your ID nahh, make dem use your head drum BAATA.

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  12. I know girls for this blog wey dey buy bra and pants (no be trouser, na that one wey dey cover VJay) for Ok.
    Just need make them deny am, and I go call roster!

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    1. See as all of them don avoid my comment, nobody wan try me
      Still get my roster.
      Hahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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    2. Ode Anonymous, oya call roster na as d class captain wey u be. Obuko somebody

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  13. Yes o.in fact Stella u don remind me of one beautiful OK black gown I bought.I go rock am tomorrow. All Na package.if u like wear all den designers if u no get d body Na rubbish.God don bless us with fine body wey be say anything we wear fits.

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    1. as in you just got it. if no body no point. i bought okrika when i was 10 i complained to my mum no more 'home clothes' so she sent her staff with me to the market to buy some. I was so happy when i got there as the clothes looked like England clothes with colours like pink and purple with butterflies etc. i picked loads. I never knew what okrika was till i entered boarding house hehe. But ive never gone back there. I guess if i studied in Nigeria I might have gone back. chai those days when university babes actually depended on pocket moeny from parents. the days before runs and iphone. the good days are long gone :(

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  14. All my clothes self except native, na who no know no know

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  15. I used to work in a hospital in Naija. There was this nurse that always sell "clothes my sister sent from US" to other nurses and doctors (always encouraging the doctors to buy for their wives etc.).

    ME I DEY BUY OK WELL WELL O.

    So I was on my okk trip to buy shoes on a Monday and guess who I met at the female cloth section? I met that nurse!
    She was seated and haggling the "heap" from the just emptied sac; you sabi say the thing dey land for Mondays.
    I made sure I called her attention and greeted her very well. She looked like a cat that just licked lime!

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    1. Look at God πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Lols...you are more wucked than the woman. You for face front nau! Me, I be chairman for okirika parole. Even some girls dey beg me make I follow dem go buy cause I get better eyes for the matter.

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    3. Yes on Monday morning at one koro in yaba it 200.. fine fine cloths o

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  16. Okrika... My saving grace

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  17. What a kweshan! It shud be, how often do u buy okrika?

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  18. Cele bus stop, i hail ooooo.... Top na N50!

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  19. Ahn ahn, Stella, which kain question be that na?

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  20. Wella but lately i havent. Buy, wash very well, dry and iron! So simple. I have a neighbour who says he cant buy okirika for his children, everyday he keeps asking me where to buy cheap brand new clothes rme, well i told him PEP although PEP sef don dey cost and their clothes arent so wonderful, poor finishing

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  21. Okrika no be new thing na... In fact na correct

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  22. I buy am well well. You just need to package yourself wella.
    Okrika: saving life since 19gbogboro

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  23. yes o. I used to but not any longer. at least it's better to wear okrika than living above your means

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  24. Lol @ okrika knows my name. Most 9ja big girls rock okrika. It's all about packaging and how you grace what you wearing. Some would buy expensive clothes and shoes but look local cos they got no vibes to carry it

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  25. I buy am tire, I stopped some years back as God don dey bless me well.

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  26. Lols...yes ooo
    Its only pant that I can't buy from okirika...πŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ™Œ

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  27. #Loving yourself requires less work than pitying yourself*

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  28. Yes oo I buy am well well for my undergraduate days, I even bought a TM Lewin shirt and Hawes and Curtis shirt from Okrika. Good old days.

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  29. Yea but I think is just once and it didn't last before washing so since then I never patronise them.

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  30. Yes nah and they are always lovely.

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  31. I bought one Tm okirika Shirt yesterday

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  32. Yes. We call it thrifting here in the abroad. They even have stores that sell second hand clothing.

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  33. Yes o! When I lived in Nigeria during my undergraduate days I got all my outfits from bosi corner but never under wear. Bras and pants were from Marks and Spencer (St Michaels) Because I was an ajebutter no one ever suspected. Even now, I still check out charity shops in very posh areas and get all my novels from them. Why waste money buying new novels you will only read once when you don't have to?

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  34. Okrika is bae
    Okrika Is cheap
    Okrika is fine
    Okrika is everything
    Buy Okrika today! Lol

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  35. Yes oooh,na my best place to buy cloths from. Bought one Sharp gown this evening

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  36. Ah okirika is bae o.
    Abuja is killing my OK vibes. please beautiful people where can I get good okirika in Abuja precisely around gwarimpa/ Dawaki or kubwa side.

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    1. Go to karimo on Tuesdays or dutse market on Monday

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    2. Thank you brown, you are a darling

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    3. Thank you brown, you are a darling

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  37. Yesssssss, okirika is everything πŸ‘Œ.

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  38. Yes, i've bought and will continue buying should I see any I like.

    Used to buy bras too but never bought pant.

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  39. Stella dis one nah question? You should have said "if you were born in Nija & grew up here & has never bought okrika shoe, bag,clothes etc raise up your hand?

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  40. Of course na is this one question. Very nice bras, bags, tops, foot wear, orishirishi but I’d never buy paent from them, tufia! And oh how I love that fresh okrika smell. *inhales*

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  41. Yes naa. Will still buy if I see anything that I like but its mostly black office pants. But I don't buy underwears oh.

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  42. Yes o. I still patronize Akube AKA Okirika. For OK you'll see correct eesigners Next, George, M&S, H&M, newlook, to mention a few

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  43. My love for quality OK is Epic
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  44. Me that bought lovely palazzo trouser from okirika last week. i even told my customer to get me lovely classic gowns for work this week. fisrt grade okirika all the way.

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  45. *What you are talk sef*theres this market in lag it holds mon/wed/fridays,when you go there very early as early as 6 thats when you see babes and guys who own big boutiques coming to seLect nice things.bought quality bras,tops,gowns and belts from there except i tell you its ok you will never know.a pair of shoe my customer in benin told me 15k i bought it 5k in that same market. Choii i shouted when i thought of the extra cash my customer makes from me. Anyway since last year he has been asking me howfar why he never see me, me i will jejely tell him i will com soon. I found one very nice ok shop in benin they sell good clothes and shoes too.

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  46. lol! This is what I sold in school to survive all my years and ladies love it....i dnt only buy to resell to students....i also wear fine okrikas.... People shud get this bad and cheap impression about okrika clothes off their mind....quality sumtimes does not come with high prices....even now as a corper...i still wear and sell okrika....until Baba God answer my prayer to that level of buyin gucci wears....but now....the wise woman got to be prudent. period!

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  47. Yes o till date even for my baby..

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  48. Please where to get in port Harcourt?

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