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Thursday, October 31, 2019

Actress Toke Makinwa Shares Halloween Themed Photos....

Otcober 31st is Halloween and Toke Makinwa is one of those who believes in it... she shares these photos dressed up as Maleficent the Mistress of evil.............










58 comments:

  1. Hope she sha knows what Halloween �� is?tomorrow she will come bCk to preach Jesus?
    God is patient!
    Who am I to ��‍⚖️!

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    1. Don't mind them..Even when it is a pagan festival , they all want to follow

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    2. My dear E ma pariwo!! Most Christian themed celebration has pagan background..Then stop celebrating Christmas and Easter..inugo..

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    3. Web Easter celebration does not have a pegan background.

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    4. Hmmm..so Nigerians now celebrate Halloween? Issorait!

      Hercustume is nice shaa

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    5. Lol,it does,read a book,it doesn't bite

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    6. WEB, u be Jehovah's witness?

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    7. Easter has a big fat pagan background. Please go and do your research. In fact dont go far, a simple google search will blow your Christian mind

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  2. Should I watch Maleficient? Who has seen it? No spoilers pls

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  3. When did nigerians start celebrating Halloween nitori Oloun… LMAOO!!

    God please help these celebrities and their I - Must - Belong syndrome.

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    1. You've forgotten we copy everything.

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    2. If you don't celebrate it allow those who want to do so ..We can't mind our business in Nigeria

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    3. I wonder too, Nigerians like to copy and I am very sure they don't know the meaning of Halloween

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    4. You copied Christmas and Easter. And All saints day and Halloween is evil? Pleaseeeee

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    1. Obviously you haven’t seen the movie Maleficent.

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  5. Did she just dress up to take pictures ???Or which Halloween party is she attending in Naija.

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    1. Just for pictures...I'm sure in future, they would start organising parties.

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    2. There's a party tonight. Parties actually.. on the island. For Halloween. ๐Ÿ˜‚

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    3. There are questions I read here that makes me wonder.

      Been attending halloween parties for as long as I can remember in this NAIJA

      Maybe your circle! I even mingled normal in Uni and my friends and I still went for Halloween parties (though it was new experience for some)

      Even during service in Kwara State; my buddies still sent me invite for Halloween party at Ilorin notminding I redeployed to Lagos (I didn't attend though because I attended in Lagos).

      In a nutshell, there are circles in Nigeria that do this religiously! It's NOT new to me at all...

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    4. Toke u no wetin be Halloween? OK nah.

      Oga make u relocate to Japan o make we see road train godly kids.

      Mao Akuh

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  6. Celebrating what you don't know?

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  7. I'm sorry what is Hallowe'en? We only celebrate รญrรฌ jรฌ รณhรบrรน (New yam festival) where I come from ๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿพ‍♀️๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿพ‍♀️๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿพ‍♀️

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  8. You see them, celebrating witchcraft and Satanism?
    And these are the babes Naija girls will call role model?
    Which role she dey model?
    Tell girls to shoot off any babies wey them no like,
    fork if fork will make them happy bla bla bla
    Ngwanu, okwa gospel wey una dey like hear be that one?
    No be dark angel (attire) be that? ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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    1. ANG thanks so much for your advice and bible passages you gave to me on Monday's IHN( I think). I was the one that asked for your help concerning dealing with sexual thoughts and urges. I screenshot your post and I've gone thru the Bible passages. Thanks a lot, they were so helpful. I also listened to some messages by Jospeh Prince concerning the same matter. It has made me to renew and strengthen my stance on remaining pure. *kisses*

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    2. @16:39
      You are welcome -no be so oyinbo dey yarn am? ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
      Na this ya type of yarns once in a while dey make me bear all the arrows my
      friends Naija girls shoot on my smooth ๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค
      The road to life is narrow and only a few find it. The road to destruction is
      very wide and many enter through it. NOte that they do not need to "find it", they
      just enter through it.
      Jisie ike.

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  9. Toke it is well with you...but you are Nigerian celebrating a different culture..so delusional...

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  10. When did we start celebrating Halloween in Nigeria, or just anything to trend

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    1. Them 'celebs' have actually been celebrating it before now.

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    2. Odun, not only celebs please. I live in Nigeria and have been celebrating this stuff since secondary school or so.

      Maybe my circle, but comments here are surprising me.

      Nothing new at all.

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    3. Halloween began as the festival of Samhain,it was part of the ancient Celtic religion in Britain and other parts of Europe. At the end of summer, the celts thought the barrier between our world and the world of ghosts and Spirits got thin.The dead come back to life. So the Celts had a big party! Stella abeg no chop my comment na! Halloween is not a Christian celebration!

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  11. Halloween is a celebration to mark the coming of cold season(winter). You dress up in scary costumes to ward off evil spirits of cold. Cold is bitter and ruthless so you put scary decorations around your house etc. I don’t understand the craving for it now in a tropical region.

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    1. Anon @15:17 please don't say what you don't know! Haba! Which one is cold there in the meaning of Halloween? Halloween began as the festival of Samhain,it was part of the ancient Celtic religion in Britain and other parts of Europe. At the end of summer, the celts thought the barrier between our world and the world of ghosts and spirits got thin. The dead come back to life.So the Celts had a big party. Halloween is not a Christian celebration it should not be Celebrated because there is nothing Christlike about the activities!

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    2. Haaa. See lies with confidence!

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  12. This wiman get plenty time on her hands. I hopenshe keeps the same energy when her village people celebrate masquerading. Demnlike copy nonsense.

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  13. Nigerians yeyebrities too dey do follow follow. Halloween is not for Christians. My child's school asked me to dress her up for this whole week in a halloween costume,i said to them i am a christian and we dont partake in that. Just for my little one not to feel bad not being dressed up like her mates in school, i just bought her normal fancy dress with nothing to do with halloween.

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    1. If you dressed after a bible character..is it bad?? You guys are very funny..Please dont celebrate christmas and Easter you hear cos it has a pagan background so you know...

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    2. Do you know there is a Christian undertone to Halloween Aunty Jesus secretary?

      Tomorrow is All Hallow's day. Halloween happens on the Eve of All hallows. *Halloween was gotten from Hallow eve/day*

      Be depriving your child over what you don't know o!

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    3. Copy and Paste

      Just think small and ponder

      MBA

      Na copying

      No stand, no principles
      Nothing

      Anything goes

      If you don't stand for something you will fall for anything

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  14. So where is she wearing it too?

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  15. Some Nigerians just like to copy copy. When did we start celebrating this nonsense in Nigeria? I shudder at what some of our do called celebrities do. Shame to all Christians celebrating demon worship.

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  16. All these copy copy things without understanding the meaning of what they are copying just tire me. Smh.

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  17. When did we start celebrating Halloween in Nigeria? Smh

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  18. Is Halloween now celebrated in Nigeria?

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  19. its really not that deep

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  20. Wetin concern Africans with Halloween. All these people wey dey form say dem read book sef dem no read sense join with the book.

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  21. Please where else do they celebrate Eyo festival in the world, other than Nigeria ?

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  22. Nkiru read and see that it’s the aspect of the dress up I wrote up there. I know its Samhain pagan roots but I only talked about the dress up aspect! Aren’t we talking about the outfit here!

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  23. I’m happy you at least mentioned the end of summer so, after summer is what? Isn’t it winter. State your fact and don’t discredit another as it’s all same points under the same topic but different facets. In Halloween celebration it was thought to the Celtics that the dead came out when the cold season was almost ushered in- if winter has bitten you Nkiru before you will not blame them. If with modern technology it’s still like this- I can imagine back in those days. That was the belief! So, they in turn dress as such to blend and to ward off they also used turnips decorations around their houses which was switched to pumpkin lanterns with its entry into the US..

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    1. After summer, it's FALL! Before Winter.

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    2. Anon 14:32 autumn /fall isn't according to solstice calendar. Shes not wrong.it has to do with solstice. Same as Christmas and Easter. These things are set according to the moon.

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  24. 1Cor 11v25, Matt 26v27-29, Mark 14v22-25
    What Jesus Christ told his disciples /true Christians to CELEBRATE is the Holy Communion (the sacrifice of his body and blood to save humanity) using unleavened bread and wine in his REMEMBRANCE TILL HE RETURNS.

    If you have not accepted Christ's free salvation and living your life for him, what you celebrate is your choice.

    Not all things are expedient.
    If you want to be or live like the world, YOU CANNOT PLEASE GOD.
    It's that simple.

    God knows those who live for him in spirit and truth.

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  25. Why is toke so obsessed with everything America. Does she even know what Halloween mean? I mean this girl is obsessed with reality shows characters, and black culture as a whole. Stupid girl when you were growing up in your Nigeria do you celebrate Halloween

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