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Hmmmm V illage people....
Twas when my mum was being buried in the year 2000....

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    1. 2011 during my dad's burial

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    2. 2014 for a dear cousin's burial.

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    3. 2007,and that was my first time

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    4. Last Christmas. I always spend Christmas in my village.I wish I could go every six months. I would have gone for our new yam festival a couple of weeks back but I had to work.

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  2. Last year December. Dad's burial.

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    1. Same here. Feb 2018. Pops burial.

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    2. October 2017.

      Just got back from mums village few minutes ago. Went to bury my aunt.

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    3. Last year June. Went to bury my Dad.

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    4. 1997, my dads burial. Don't plan on going there, ever.

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  3. 2001, during my dad's burial.

    Fear of village people things has made us disappear from them without any form of communication.

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  4. πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️πŸƒπŸΏ‍♀️

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    1. Runs girl, always running runs

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    2. I cast and bind ... vi wetin??πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️

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    3. I am behind you Slutty darling πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️

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  5. December last year when we buried my dad.

    Village people ish nor be here.
    Like I was always pleading the blood of Jesus all the times I got to relate with them during family meetings and all.

    Some village people face ehn. Odikwa suspicious πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  7. That should be October 2006 when my dad was buried. Wow! That's about 13years ago, and my Mom and I talked about this yesterday.

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  8. My siblings and I, we haven't even been to our village (in Edo state). When we were little, my parents refused to even explain why they didnt want to take us to the village. As we grew up, we stopped bothering them and got used to Lagos. Only God knows they kind fuck up qwy them do there.

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    1. I lived in benin at still don't know the road to my father's village. Been there just once(2003) for my grandfather's burial. But ask me for directions to my mum's village, i will give you even in my sleep.

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    2. What's the name of the village in Edo?

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  9. Two days ago and more than thrice this year. I go to my village anytime I have need. I've lost count.
    I buy things for them, give them money and interact very well.

    "Some of the Pentecostals" created this "village people" phobia. It Satan's inspired
    way to cause disharmony among people who should enjoy healthy relationships with their
    siblings/relations. Yes, the idol are in the villages, but those of you that claim to
    have Jesus' power, why do you fear idols? Besides, if you are sexually immoral or greedy,
    aren't you an idolater Col. 3:5
    Okwa ajuju o. 😊😊😊
    Why label people witches and hate them? Did not both Jesus and his disciples deliver witches? Acts. 19:19
    Satan likes to divide people and enslave them.
    Someone is always chanting "power of God, falling under the anointing..." but can't visit his/her village?
    second ajuju...
    It is only noise makers that do that.
    😍😍😍😍

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    1. Seems you've not seen the handiwork of some of these "village people"


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    2. You just said the obvious truth. Village people nonsense.
      I thank God I'm closer to my home unlike when I was in Lagos.

      The most Complex

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    3. Me I love village life oo... wish I could go often self. Just traveling is a pain and expensive from this part of the world.

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    4. AGN tell them. As if the so called witches are not even in the cities.

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    5. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    6. you are just a bloody irritating ass wipe...as if people dont have experiences to show for it....call your self born again but quick to point fingers at others....goat

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    1. 1982!!!

      I greet you sir/ma

      πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    2. Ehn, 1982? When I finished secondary school. O dikwa furiousπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    3. 😁Hehehe. Na joke oh abeg. I went 2yrs ago.😁😁

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    4. 21:08: My ancestor, I greet you.
      18:19: The ancestor of my ancestor, I greet you too.

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  11. Sometimes around 2006 thereabout, for my Local government attestation document.

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  12. In 2010 when I went as a student to collect bursary paid to every undergraduate from my community.

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  13. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'24 August 2019 at 18:21

    This year 2019! Village people I hail una.

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  14. Last year August, my dad's burial

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  15. Yesterday o
    Even there right now as am typing

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  16. July ending 2019 and I'll be there again in ist week of September 2019 and in November to spend my annual leave and December to celebrate Christmas. So i have no problem with the village people cos there's no place like home. I'm tired of where people will always say Igbo people. Average Niger Deltan living in their region has a thing about Igbo people. Note I stand to be corrected with good examples



    The most Complex.

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    1. Just a give the year simple, not this silly longwinded epistle. What concerns Niger Delta and Igbo people in this?
      Daft thing.

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  17. Last December.
    Growing up, my dad always took us to the village. If we ever missed going in a year, just know that things were just toooo tight. Even when the resources were scarce, my dad will still take us.
    But I appreciate his efforts and it helped us appreciate another side of life.
    Now, I am also married to someone well connected to his roots so the trips continue☺️

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    1. Same here. We go to my village every year then. We still go to the village every time there's need to(burial......

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  18. 1998 the fear of village people is the beginning of wisdom.

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  19. December 2018. I know who I am, I'm too strong for village people, don't believe they exist sef.

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  20. Last two months to visit my grandmum.
    everybody shouting 'village people' ,I think it's all about mind-set. I don't believe any village person can do anything evil against me or my family members .

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    1. My dear!I'm surprised people can't freely go to their villages.

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  21. 2014,chai!I miss my village,village life dey sweet especially during the festive period when everybody comes back from different places but cannot go cos of distance and money

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  22. We don’t go
    We are not afraid of village people. The vPs just prefer to come to electricity and find house in the city.

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  23. Village is just a 20min boat ride...went there last week

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  24. Last weekend, heading back by next weekend to bury my elder sister.

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    1. Sorry for the death of your sister, may God give you and her family the fortitude to bear the loss.

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    2. So so sorry dear...
      May God console you and your family and loved ones...

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    3. Mkpuru mma, sorry for the loss and thank God for journey Mercy. Ka mkpuru obi ya zuo ike na ndokwa

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    4. AMEN!!!! Thanks my beautiful people. GOD is faithful.

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  25. April 2014.
    The reason why I dont go often id because my parents are not based there otherwise e for be monthly.

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  26. 1998 for grand ma's burial.
    And don't see my self going there voluntarily

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  27. 2010 when i went to bury my dad.

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  28. December 2016. My Husband's burial.

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  29. 2013 during my dad's burial

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  30. last week





    BV side chick

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  31. Almost every day, my village is a town.. It's just ten minutes drive from where I live around warri, nobody get your time, so it's not like those typical farming settings, most people there are strangers..

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  32. Never been there

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  33. Last year for Grandma's burial. Prayed till the end of the occasion. My aunt's leg locked she couldn't walk. The person that helped to run around for the burial because we are not based there is sick till date. God show him mercy and heal him. My other aunt was always hearing footsteps in the middle of the night. I will never go there again.

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    1. Hammer tales of horror lol. But I can relate. Some people don't understand this kind of thing, they think it is hearsay or how some people think. Hmmmmm, shall we tell them? They are enjoying. Their villa nor be village.

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  34. Last year. I went for a burial my aunt's husband is still drinking to stupour till date. He drinks till he becomes unconscious. They would rush him to hospital. Will never go there again.

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  35. LOL. it seems that everyone only goes to the village for burial. I am one of those village people. We are waiting for all of you with better jazz. Hahaha

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  36. I was there from the second week of December 2018 till the second week of January this year. My mum's village that is. The relationship with my dad's people is not cordial not like we running. Best town in Nigeria if you ask me. Same hustle and bustle as any major city you can think of. People kept asking where the village is during my grandmother's burial and I kept saying that's the village. Development has taken over everywhere.

    For once I agree in totality with ANG. A senior police officer retired and stayed back in Abuja for fear of "village people". He was murdered weeks ago in Abuja.

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  37. Last week Thursday.

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