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Thursday, December 27, 2018

Wordless Post....

34 comments:

  1. Chaaii 🙆🙆🙆🙆

    Poverty Die by Olamide should be the sound track.

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    1. Beloved, you’ve been begging for years. And you’re loyal to none. This is how you were on Laila’s blog then begging for handouts. A lot of people gave you 5k. Laila herself helped you out with money. As soon as you saw that Stella was giving out money here, you ran here and remained here since. Once you hear that Linda is giving out money you’ll port. I believe you’ve even collected money there too. Just running up and down everywhere cos of money. Begi begi Vivian beloved

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    1. Especially the people that post quarter to die shoe and I see 5.1k begging for the shoe. I just shake my head. Is it poverty or Awof?

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  3. Aah, this one deep gan.#Motivation

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  4. Very true!
    I actually had a lot of time spent on Instagram this period, all I keep seeing were celebrities asking people to explain what five or ten thousand naira will do for them.

    Sorry, the cheapest giveaway celebrity is Omoni Eboli.

    Work people, work to make good money, I mean, money with a long lifespan.

    I know its not easy for people to put their pride away and go online to beg or even apply for a giveaway.

    The situation is that bad... Mehn.

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    1. Cheapest ke???? Is it their money??? Its her money, we should even be grateful to her for dashing people whatever she felt she could afford to give but no, trust people that won't give one kobo to come judge people for giving the N1 they can. Mtsheew

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    2. Ms A there's nothing like 'cheapest'wen it comes to giving. Although the part were one has to write his or her life history before getting help is absord.

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  5. I was made to understand that God is not a poor God neither devil a poor man so where is poverty coming from?

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  6. Yeah! I agree!

    People call people's children entitlement mentality whenever they complain of their wealthy parents not doing what they should do in order to make them get what they pursue in life.

    If I can't assist my siblings whether elderly or younger ones to achieve their dreams, how does that wealth sweet me?

    To what end I'm I working if my children won't/can't enjoy my wealth?

    Why you born them? Make them go rob get wetin them want?

    Some people don't even know the meaning of entitlement mentality, hence, the abuse of the "term".

    One more! It is more blessed to give than to receive. FACT!

    Should everybody starts giving now, who's gonna be the receiver?

    And who's gonna be blessed?

    In this life, everybody's time of wealth and breakthrough aren't the same,

    You or other person made theirs early doesn't mean the other(s) who haven't made it are not working towards achieving their dreams.

    Some persons, it takes just a little push from some other person to get there, stand or their feet and make good money.

    Yeah! Some people who don't know the meaning of entitlement mentality would still come here and start attacking their shadows.

    If you no like my opinion and wetin I type, as usual...you know what to do...

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  8. Foolish word! You know why?

    John 12:7“Leave her alone,” Jesus replied. “It was intended that she should save this perfume for the day of my burial. 8 YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE THE POOR AMONG YOU but you will not always have me".

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    1. Even if the bible said the poor will always be among us did it specify that it should be your family ?
      Why can't you reject to be among the poor?

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  9. Choi... Na condition make crayfish bend o....

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  10. Poverty die die

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  11. Instagram and twitter has become a place for online beggars, looking for where to explain what 2k can do in their lives.
    It's s a sad.

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  12. I recently joined Instagram and I was shocked at how much Nigerians beg, In fact if you see a not so popular celeb with plenty followers just know they do ‘giveaways’
    In fact Stella if the giveaways you do on this blog goes to Instagram you will have 5m followers in a week.
    I also notices how my married friends who brag about God’s blessings are begging on Instagram, made me wonder what’s up with their shiny marriage that they are always flaunting, the young husbands can’t provide that and they can’t work or something.
    Anyways I think we need to fight for a better country now o before all of us become beggars cos it doesn’t make sense that we allow these thief’s turn us all into beggars while their kids enjoy the national wealth.
    Call for protest y’all will form busy! Busy doing what if you’re a beggar online! You mean your ‘busy’ schedule and ‘boss’ that won’t let you come out for protest isn’t paying you and you have to beg to survive....please I’m tired

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    1. No government turned Nigerians to beggars, they choose the quick way themselves and they think it's the best. It's not happening online alone, it's happening offline too, go out into the street and see young boys and girls in group walking around begging and giving all sorts of stories to extort innocent and hard working people. Shame on them.

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    2. Some Naija people too like awoof

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  13. That's why we should vote wisely in 2019.

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    1. What has your vote got go to do with people that choose begging as a way of life?

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  14. Someone begging for air ticket is not poor. She wants to live above her means. The internet has opened the door to professional beggars. It is not that difficult to make money. Some things they are too big to do, as soon as they cross Nigeria they do those things. A lot of people will be rich in Nigeria legally if only they can stop worrying about other people's opinions.

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