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Thursday, June 06, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post...


My  Uncle Oms...........And that was because he lived in America oh!!!

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  1. Oprah Winfrey

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  2. Mine was Omotola...i loved the fact that she was a successfuly married actress with kids

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    1. Sluttychic we on d same Google group .Daddy is my everything

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  4. My dad and now, I have Jesus Christ as my role model

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    1. Yes ooh Jesus Christ of Nazareth is my role model and mentor.
      MissA,I love you so muchπŸ’πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’ŸπŸ’žπŸ’πŸ’•πŸ’ŸπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’πŸ’•πŸ’ŸπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’ž

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  5. Mine was Frank nweke jnr, He was Minister for information... I was always clue to the tele just to behold his face, No one mattered then oh... Everyone in my house knew i crushed seriously on him. For me to remember his name till today self... i was really a quiet weird child God...Let me even google and see how far with him kia

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    1. *glued*
      What is tele?

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    2. Your comment made me remember him now.

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    3. That chronic womaniser? OMG OMG OMG

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    4. Frank Nweke? The one that is married to one Uche lady?

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    5. Your crush on him was small compared to how i liked him, followed by his Ex Chris Ngige, the kind love i get for that man no get part 2.

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  6. i didnt have a role model,den i didnt even understand d meaning.
    but now i have a role model, and thats David ibeyeomie

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  7. Was my dad. Continue to rest daddy skwe.

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  8. Nobody actually! I am a Chauvinistic prick! Lol! 😚

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi(Stellz Cousin)

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  9. Mine was nobody,I wanted to be me and I ended up being meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  10. I love Fr. Njoku of upper room ministry, Enugu. Though he is late now but growing up I have always look up to him as a young boy that had the intention of joining the Bigard memorial seminary school. My dream of meeting him came through when I met him at Enugu during a program. Also met Fr. Mbaka at the same time and slept at the parish house.

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    1. Upper room miniseries......oh wow. Hearing that i'm shocked. Upper room ministeries was one of the best epispdes of my childhood and christian upbringing

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  11. Not An Ass Licker πŸ‘…6 June 2019 at 18:25

    Was my Mum

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  12. had lota them. favorite action movie actors, exquisite skillful footballers, iconic wrestlers, my intellectually sound teacher, my.... still recalling

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  13. Tokunbo Ajayi.
    She is late now. She worked with NTA as a newscaster.

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    1. Oh I remember her. She used to wear big eye glasses. I remember how her colleagues were casting news and crying on TV on the day of her death. It was a painful one

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    2. Chai,I remember her too,,that should be 1999.

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    3. Me too. I wanted to be a news caster because of her. Chai.
      Continue to rest in peace Tokunbo

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  14. My role model was my late dad
    May God bless and rest his perfect soul.

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  15. Eugenia Abu and Tokunbo Ajayi (rip).
    I wanted to be a newscaster.

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  16. Professor Dora Akunyili
    Read about her in an edition of current affairs, was just fascinated

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  17. That lady who anchored tales by moonlight.I loved her.

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    1. U had big dreams, whatever happened to you?

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    2. Auntie Nkem (Nkem Oseloka Orakwue)

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    3. @20:16,life happened.

      @waka-about,thank you🀩😊

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  18. Eugenia Abu( nta newscaster)

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  19. Never had, never will😎😎😎😎😎

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  20. My English Teacher, because he was the very first person, who made me believe I could become something more.

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  21. Ngizi Okonjo Iweala. Reason being that we are both Economist, she actually inspred me to study this course(Economics)10years ago.

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  22. Every leading lady in any movie i watch.

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  23. Ellen DeGeneres❤️

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  24. My Dad. Keep resting with your maker Papi!

    Now, it's Jesus Christ my Lord and personal saviour.

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  25. I admire my mom's strength so much, sometimes I wonder how only one woman can be that strong.
    Rihanna and Oprah and Genevieve and Rita...I love these women.😍😍

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  26. Ben Carson... I wanted to become a neurosurgeon too. Lol,life!!

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    1. Lol... same here. I read "Think Big" a thousand times.

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  27. Enter your comment... sdk

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  28. My dad,2Pac and Notorious Big...RIP to them i miss you alot

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  29. NAS....I WAS ON THE RIGHT TRACK

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  31. okonjo iweala and alison madueke

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