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Tuesday, October 08, 2019

TUESDAY Spontaneous Inspirational Post

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Good Morning!

Are you already at work or you dey for go-slow?That word go-slow is a naija coined word cos the day i mistakenly used it with someone from another Country,the person stopped what they were doing and asked me why i would want her to go slow...it was in a salon...
I had to explain it to her that it was slow moving traffic...Go-slow!!!


Kisses to you all 

160 comments:

  1. Blessings and Favour shall be yours this week... AmenπŸ™

    Good morning lovelies 😘 😘😘 😘



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    1. Amen. Good morning Sonia.

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    2. Lovely people i see on this blog 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

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    3. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'8 October 2019 at 08:30

      Amen and you too Sonia .

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    4. Let me perch here abeg,please someone should help me,how do I get rid of small rashes on my face,it was itchy so I scratched and now its worse.biko,someone help a sister

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    5. Nigerian Linguists are advocating the classification of the Nigerian English as an official language because of words like 'go slow' which is purely a Nigerian word but still semantically correct English.

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    6. They have been advocating since time immemorial.

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    7. Pls i need helpppppp how do i get travelling insurance

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    8. SpongeBob, use aloe vera. Cut it open, extract the gel, add little honey & apply to your face. It'll sooth the rashes & even out your face.

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    9. @Spongebob Try using Nixoderm or any sulphur based cream

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    10. Sponge, seems you are having allergy to some thing you are. First you need antihistamines to stop the itching then you can use cream like the person up there advised you. Also check what you eat from now incase you have a repeat which I hope not.
      Person asking for travelling insurance, why don't you ask from a travel agency? They should have a better idea.

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  2. Good morning everyone, hope we all had a restful night? Today is another beautiful day, wishing you all fruitful day. Cheers

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  3. DO NOT GIVE UP!
    (God Has a Plan)

    “But he himself went a day’s journey into the wilderness, and came and sat down under a broom tree. And he prayed that he might die, and said, “It is enough! Now, Lord, take my life, for I am no better than my fathers!” - 1 Kings 19:4

    This is Elijah the major Prophet and Patriarch praying for death to come to him because of the pressures of life. In the previous chapter, he had called down fire from heaven, fought a major battle and killed over 800 false prophets, and then ended three and half years of drought by the declaration of his mouth. Now he had just received death threats from a major principality in the form of Jezebel which caused him to despair.

    A combination of all these things had left him worn out and tired to the point that he wanted to give up on life! Elijah was a great man of God through whom mighty miracles had been performed. Yet, that did not exempt him from feeling emotional pain and tiredness.

    But the good news is God has a plan; He always does! David declared; “I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.” (Psalm 37:25). David could confidently say this because he had seen enough evidence of the presence of God. Today, I say to you, do not give up! God will never leave you nor forsake you.

    You are blessed and highly favoured.

    Good morning all.

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    1. Good morning Ola.

      Me Ayam here to thank BBC for their undercover series. Especially the sex for marks film. Why is it that they will be using the Bible to perpetrate their nefarious activities? Why should staff club be a place they use to shag students? There is usually a network of lecturers involved in this and they support each other in victimising students.
      Government must do something.
      Lawmakers must do something.
      Our religious institutions must take a hard stance. And the institutions themselves should go beyond having sexual harassment policies to actually aiding students.

      Once again thank you BBC.

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    2. Good morning Ahia Oma

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    3. I was only 16 years when I ran from school when a lecturer vowed to disvirgin me. I spent only two weeks there. I went to Bida and faced thesame evil. This man failed me when I clearly passed news writing and reporting. When I confronted him, he said I should make a report to the school governing team. That nothing will come out of it. That was how I jejely left with my lower level to another school. Thank God the world us changing.

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  5. Good morning everyone and blissful day ahead

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    1. Good morning Blessed Princess. Have a pleasant day ahead.

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  6. Gosh Stella I dnt feel like forgiving since last night... na so I see the hot body banging sisi inside her dress as a sharp guy I threw my shot. we drove around town her in Abuja las las we zoomed home menhhh action time sisi started play hard to bed. Rush rush I turn her on, undress her goshhhh you won't blv this the whole breast wrinkled like a granny booby... and beneath her tommy is same gosh & you was struggling to feed me with that booby damm the refused ehhhh my SVD just dropped stella naso sisi struggling to wake am up I just want throw up or better manage do one round gosh was a mixed feeling for me.. what would have happened if I had given such lady head in the dark in name of quicky menhhh I dnt trust this shine shine face ladies anymore scamm

    Now no Lady dey beauriful & hot for my eyes again cause I couldn't take off this thought. My SVD dis traumatized no stand again

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    1. Brostitude..E don do...You posted this in BEP..What do we do with this info...Cos it cant make it to the bank...This is best with NURTW..

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    2. WEB I couldnt even bring myself to read the nonsense yesterday, today and every other time he has posted ramblings like this. It is the same modus operandi, talking in a downgrading manner about females. Which i can bet never happened. It is just the imagination of a jobless tout

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    3. Stop being an ashawo you gree advise yourself

      Variety is the spice of life na your slogan


      You don see wrinkled okro you dey complain

      When you smell sour ogbono and see expired ewedu Wetin you go do?

      When you dey find Wetin no loss , (in Zebrudaya voice) ah you ah!


      Purge never hold you
      Na only relax bros relax


      If you see Wetin hook you mouth no go gree you talk

      Some guys are silent today because of Wetin eye done full mouth no fit talk


      Mungo park
      Christopher Columbus of aiye!
      Pity your mouth and prick nah even if you no pity yourself

      Imagine if na razorblade full there you go put am?

      Some be like that ooo
      STDs nowadays be like Boko haram dem no gree die , wear bullet and helmet on top

      Yet you wear singlet and tear tear boxers dey run up and down for their territory

      I laugh in Fulfude

      Continue dey gamble ooo with your life

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    4. Just trying to dehumanise women. Guy you weren't forced to pick her up neither must you force feed us with your useless experience. Continue wasting away your destiny. Mtchew

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  7. So, we have just been discharged after spending so many days in the hospital.  I was strong all through even when my son could no longer breath well and had to be put on oxygen.  his case was quite critical but i kept telling him he would be fine and held on to God to see us through . I was really scared but tried to be strong for him. We just came back home and i had to wash all the dirty clothes we came back with. After washing and rinsing, i went out to spread them, forgetting to turn off the tap. Only to return and see everywhere from the bathroom to the room is flooded. The clothes in the ghana must go bag, shoes on the floor, books, everything soaked! I just sat down on the bed and burst into tears. I couldn't hold back again,  everything i have been through this past days is all coming back to me. I can't even explain exactly why i am crying. Maybe i have been trying to be strong for too long. I actually feel a lot better now after letting out the tears.

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    1. Be strong, God will strengthen you and affliction shall not arise again in Jesus name.

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    2. Awwwwww..you will be fine.
      I wish your soon quick recovery.

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    3. pele you will be alright. The joyful part is you and your son are doing great.

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    4. Ayyah.... God is ur strength, forget about all you had passed through this few days and thank God for saving the life of your child.... Its not everyone that was taken to hospital with such critical condition came back alive, that is the more reason why you need to be grateful to ur Creator.... I wish your son speedy recovery and may God strengthen you the more.

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    5. Awwww....sorry the Lord is your strength and your boy's healing shall be perfected in Jesus name , its good you let it out,crying is not always bad, pele

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    6. I can imagine. Sorry about that. Hope you have someone to help you out? The husband, anyone? You need to rest too. May your son experience permanent healing in Jesus name.

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    7. It is well with you in Jesus name.
      After the rain comes sunshine
      The worst is over
      Now sit back and marvel in God’s goodness
      God will restore your son’s health to perfection
      Amen.

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    8. Just one step at a time when ok?
      The worst is over.
      Sending you a warm tight hug from here.

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    9. Its good to cry...Its healthy and therapeutic ..Kpele it will end in praise..

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    10. It is well with you.
      Thank God for the healing of your son that is the most important thing.

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    11. Thanks everyone, i really appreciate your concern

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    12. This will definitely pass. The Lord will not leave or forsake you. E-hugs to you. Quick recovery to your son.

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    13. Hey darling, God will wipe your tears away, your joy will be restored in Jesus name and health is released speedily unto your son. sorry about what happened.

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    14. So sorry ma..uyou really are blessed as it is already over..

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    15. Be strong, consciously and intentionally enjoy your victory, the enemy is trying to distract you from the victory: The healing of your son. Please see the victory. the water on the floor is just a distraction, you have fought a good fight and won, don't let anything rob you of the joy and gratitude that comes from it. God bless you.

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  8. SVD, I haven’t seen your comments for sometime now, hope all is well with you?

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  9. It's raining 🐈 cats and dogs

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    1. Its raining crocodiles & alligators in Lagos this morning.Good morning people.

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    2. Please shine now..Is it not suppose to be your season...Send an invoice to the rain cos its taking your sweet time..

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    3. what else bitch na wa for this your analysis or what will I call it. Nice one.

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  10. My confession
    I will never know sorrow
    I will never lack
    I will testify of the goodness of the Lord before the end of this week
    I shall not die but live
    I shall be called blessed



    I so confess

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  11. we are all unique in our own different ways...so stay true to urself and hold on to ur faith it all a phase it will pass good morning house (pls Stella na beg I dey beg post my comments)it not easy for a nursing mother to try and meet up with SP #biko#

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    1. Congratulations omo. How is baby?

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    2. Awww Good morning

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    3. hahhahaha @ is not easy for a nursing mother to meet up with SP. Congratulation and enjoy your motherhood journey.

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  12. Goodmorning blessed people...Stella God bless you for the good work you are doing here...May this day being us peace and joy..Amen

    Ella's twin

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  13. Singing mode#Jesus you are so good to me, in all circumstances, in all circumstances oh oh oh.
    I am very grateful Father for another day.
    Good morning all.
    Bv Tetrina, just thought about you this morning, trust you are doing good.

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  14. Good morning my beautiful yard people

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  15. "Hey, what's the matter? Don't you knock or something?" She asked, her eyes popping out of sockets as she reached for her clothes.
    I scoffed.
    I scanned the room. Ikenna said my pictures were plastered all over his walls. I didn't see any.
    I waited for him to come in and say whatever the crap he had to say. I needed an explanation. But he remained outside.
    "Are you Ikenna's girlfriend?" I asked her. She was decent now and very pretty.
    "Yeah, kind of". She said.
    "Are you too?" She asked.
    I smiled sadly. She understood.
    "You school here?" I inquired.
    "IMSU". She answered.
    "You came for the party?" I asked.
    "I didn't know there was a party. Ikenna called me around 11pm, his friend picked me at Naze junction sometime around 11:30. When I got here I was mad at him for not telling me he was organizing a party. He said it was a last minute thing and didn't want to stress me. Now I know why. The bastard! He invited you first! "
    "How long have you been dating?" I asked her.
    "About three years, on and off. Guys are cruel!" She spat.
    "Tell me about it". I said absent mindedly.

    I was hungry, tired, heartbroken and helpless.
    "I have to go. Take care". I carried my bag and walked towards the door. Someone stepped in, a guy. He led me outside.
    "Please can I talk to you for just a minute?"
    I saw Ikenna sitting on the pavement like a defeated soldier, his eyes bloodshot. He wore a tee shirt his friend might have given him. He stood up when he saw me. I ignored the guy and walked towards the exit. By now, about fifteen people were outside.
    "This is just a misunderstanding, everything can be resolved. Just relax and listen". Ikenna's friend ranted.
    "Thanks but don't bother" I said.
    "Baby I'm sorry, I didn't know you were coming. That girl means nothing to me. I love you".
    I didn't say a word to him.

    I had very little cash but enough to pay my bike fare to a bank. I was back to Nsukka before 2pm.
    Chidimma saw me and was surprised.
    "What happened?" she asked.

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    1. Awwwwww


      More please. Can u make it two episodes every day?

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    2. Castle the ogbonge writer. Thanks for this story. How is your "mini me" doing?

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    3. Hmm,it is well...you will be fine

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    4. Rhoda, I already did.
      Mimi Love, she's fine thank you.

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    5. Lord i am thankful for the gift of life nd i pray all that u have created will work for our good today.amen

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    6. this suspense is serious...intresting. nice one

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    7. I'm so sad right now...

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    8. Bastard!God punish am!

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    9. Castle 😘 😘
      Love the details in the story.

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    10. Castle 😘 😘
      Love the details in the story.

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    11. Chai Love is wicked...Why Ike Daddy why??

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    12. Everything is gonna be alright.

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    13. 😘😘😘 y'all
      πŸ˜‚ Bini

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    14. Bia Castle, warris dis? is this zee world that you will keeping someone in suspense.

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  16. Please beeeveeeee i need traveling insurance for two weeks holiday in Schengen, please any one working in an insurance company here? How do i get it

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    1. Anon,check yesterday's SP,the answers you seek for are there
      Some BVs were kind enough to have replied you but it seems as if you were too busy to check back

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    2. I answered you yesterday, visit Zenith Bank I think it's 15k or so

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    3. There's one cheap one I used last time. Can't remember the name. Will check and revert on in house news.

      Aiico plc also does. Used them too. Twice

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  17. I burst into tears. She understood and led me to the room. She comforted me as I recounted my horrible experience, told me I'd be fine and that love was inexhaustible. I'd find someone better, she said. But who could be better than Ikenna? That night, I soaked my pillow in tears.

    I moved on a few months later but the scar of wounded love remained. I rejected calls and plea messages from Ikenna and his friends. I avoided boys, even the ones Chidimma introduced me to were soon fed up with my aloofness. I cared less.
    One day, after lectures, someone was waiting for me outside the hall.
    "Ifeyinwa". He called.
    "Uzoho". I wasn't expecting him. "What are you doing here?"
    "I've been looking for you, I didn't know you were in third year, been searching for you amongst your first year students. So today, I asked a second year student who fortunately, knows you. So, here am I, my good friend".
    "Who's your friend?" I asked laughing.
    "Well, considering what we passed through, I'd like to think we're friends. Don't you think so?" He joked.
    "So how was your trip, how is he?" He asked.
    "Fine". I said.
    We walked to my hostel, he made funny jokes while we went. I laughed genuinely for the first time in a while. He didn't ask any further about the trip, he knew somehow I didn't want to talk about it.

    Uzoho's visits became frequent and there were times I was really hostile but he never gave up. I grew to really like him, I realized I was fond of him. One fateful evening, I opened up to him about what really happened after we parted that day. The road incidents and the shock that awaited me at my boyfriend's abode. Before then, he assumed I was still dating Ikenna because I made it seem so.
    "So you went through all that? I'm so sorry. I'd have insisted you went with me".
    I chuckled.
    "Uzoho, there was nothing you ever could have done or said that night to change my mind".
    "Well, experience is the best teacher, eh? That must hurt. But I'm here now and you can lean on me".

    I hissed. He held my hand.
    "I love you. Why do you think I looked for you? I couldn't get you off my mind after that trip. I'm not Ikenna, I could never do to you what he did. Just give me a chance and let me love you".
    I looked into his eyes and gently leaned on his shoulders. I felt safe and warm once again.

    The End.

    Good morning Stella and BVs.
    This story is not a fiction. Names were just changed. I'm the true life Chidimma and Ifeyinwa was my friend. However, some conversations in the story were made up by me. The robbery incident happened but I used my once personal experience with armed men in the narrative.
    And now to the shocker: Ifeyinwa and Uzoho dated until after school but couldn't get married because of an age long system. Ifeyinwa is married to Ikenna who resurfaced later and together they have a child.

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    1. I remember you once wrote about a friend who betrayed "herself" not you. Don't worry Castle, the best is on its way and very soon you will laugh.
      Have a great day.

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    2. You are very good girl.
      Pls keep a record of all and stamp them to avoid someone else stealing your write up.
      I am sure in the nearest future, God will open ways for them to be published as romantic novels, and they will become bestsellers.
      Keep it up.

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    3. Interesting story.

      Good morning and a beautiful day to us all, may His grace abide with us forever.

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    4. Wow. Castle ,the writer. Keep using your talent.

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    5. Oh my God

      Castor you are a good write plssssssssss where can i get the beginning 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍⚘⚘⚘⚘⚘

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    6. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    7. This is an interesting life story... Lovely long legs..hahahahah.

      Weldone castle

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    8. πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½
      I think you should also consider script writing.

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    9. Wow. Castle you are a born writer.πŸ‘πŸ™Œ❤

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    10. Wow I knew it came from a part of you...Its a beautiful story..Very captivating...

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    11. Uzoho is her true love!

      Tradition why?why?why?😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

      Well done Castle.You are gifted

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    12. She still married that guy?!!!!Jesuuu

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    13. Wow Castor,that was a nice read
      Most often than not,we need the experience. It makes us work hard towards becoming better persons

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    14. You could do a short story compilation. That was nice. Life for you. Ifeyinwa ended up marrying Ikenna.

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    15. Wow! You are good writer castle, I enjoyed it from the beginning to the end. Thumbs up!

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    16. Thanks Castle for this interesting story .I really hope you get to publish these stories . You are a very good writer.
      I love this part of you.

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    17. I am no confused. I thought you were Ifeyinwa? Ok you are Chidima?
      Ifeyinwa married your Ikenna? Ok.
      Scratches wig violently.

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    18. Castle... this story must not end like this oooh. wish she didn't marry Ikenna, at the back of her mind the memory will always be there nah. The story is beautiful, thanks for writing, i look forward to reading another piece you will write. wink.

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    19. 😍😍😍😍 y'all.
      Anon, please don't be confused. The story is Ifeyinwa's, I just used a first-person narrative technique in writing it, hence the confusion. I was the Ifeyinwa's best friend, Chidimma and I never dated Ikenna or Uzoho. Not our real names too. Thanks.

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  18. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'8 October 2019 at 08:29

    Goodmorning beautiful people.

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  19. Morning my people.
    A relation has an accident and broke his arm.
    I want for scan to confirm xray to confirm it and there they directed him to a private hospital for pop.
    He opted for pop.
    He went back for the cast to be removed, by the day the doctor asked him to come.
    The doctor removed the cast, did another xray (didn't show him d result), then asked him to come back in 2 weeks time. And said he can start using The hand to light only light weight.
    The anoying part is d fact that, whenever they visit the hospital, they have to pay a registration fee of 3k. Before they are attended too.

    Now when they went back yesterday, the doctor told him the bone didn't cast/ heal and showed them the stay he did weeks back, which confirmed it. And asked them to buy some drugs (again) which they did.
    Now, my question is, isn't the hospital wrong, isn't it their responsibility to ensure the hand is fixed since it was paid for in full?
    How does buying medicine (other ways of extorting them) fix a broken arm?
    If they didn't do the pop well are they not to re-do it on their own expense?
    Doctors , hospital owners and dear BVs, pls advice.
    I was really angry when I was told (Cos the relation is considering going the local way to avoid the hand getting deformed).
    Is this how it is done or the Doctor and hospital did wrong and they ought to take up the responsibility?

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    1. Haaa It is wrong But most cases of bone stuff...I prefer you mix both Orthodox and Ijaw medicine...See if Ijaw people handle that his arm for him, it will feel brand new..Most hospitals are rather careless and callous these days..why..

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    2. If you're in Lagos,I'll kindly suggest you take your relative to Igbobi hospital at Fadeyi before something that arm becomes irredeemable.

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    3. I don't blame people who head straight to the local bone healers when something like this happens. My brother had the same experience. Carried pop or is it casts they call it for weeks and ended up with the traditional bone healer. It was not a nice experience.

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    4. That hospital is just doing business. An X-ray was supposed To be done before the cast was removed.

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    5. My dear please take your relative to those traditional bone setters and stop wasting your time and money in that hospital. I had a similar experience during NYSC, spent money in hospitals, na one old man along Keffi-Abuja road fix am finally.

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  20. Rain rain... go away...come again another day ....


    Wet Tuesday


    May God bless our day .


    Amen

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  21. Good morning my yard people. Pls is anyone using d new infinix HOT8 Here?pls I want to know how good is d phone?or do u know any other good phone within that range I can get?pls help a sister I want to get a phone.

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    1. @Anon 08:32,it's very nice..

      Battery capacity is 5000mah;RAM is 4gb;internal Memory is 64gb,Rear Camera is 13mp + 2mp while the front is 8mp,The Android operating system is 9.0..

      @MARTINS ABOY

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    2. It would be an improvement on Infinix hot7. Go for it. Camera is on point.

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    3. i know is an improved infinix hot7 just buy it if you like it. Hot7 pro is good too.

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    4. Martins and co thanks so much. Will go for it.

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    5. @martins please I need your help, been trying to run fb ads with my phone on business manager site.

      Using Google Chrome, but whenever I try checking my audience insight, the menu where I'm supposed to check from doesn't come up, but it comes up on some other people's phone.

      Is the problem with my phone? (I use a tecno camon 11) is there something else I can do to overcome this? I really want to be able to run ads by myself with my phone.

      Please help! Sorry for the long text.

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  22. Abundant blessings fall on us today.

    Good morning house

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  23. To the bv that sent her story yesterday, I replied very late,so sorry, was busy all day. I wouldn't mind if we meet. My location,Abj. Tnx.

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  24. BVs I need your advice...I am seriously in love with a 29 year old guy..Just a year older...We really like ourselves...But he treats me like am Methuselah...What do I do??

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    1. Love is a beautiful thing. If he is love with you, you guys go for it. You mean he treats you like you are way older?

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    2. Lool, are you bossy?
      Act/dress like a senior citizen?
      Talk to him like he's your son?

      If yes, there lies your problem.

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    3. You too treat him like tata na.
      Petty see, petty do.
      Simple.

      Jaell.

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    4. Lol @ Methuselah. Who's older, you or him? Either way, just go with the flow.

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    5. @slutty chic Yeah I am older...@Perxian I talk to him with respect but I can dress like Queen Eliza sha..I will change..@Anonti I do treat him like a man lolzz to tata..@castle am older by 1 year but does age matter?? Castle try being a script writer oh haa you are gifted...

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    6. My dear WEB I could be wrong,but based on experience, since with only a year's difference he still sees you as Methuselah, my advice to you is to back off. Because in time he will begin to act like he is doing you a favour. My dear go for the one who cherishes you regardless.

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    7. What Else Bitch age does matter when it is a generational difference but this your type doesn't matter o, after all Prince Harry is younger than his wife by three years and he loves her, a friend of mind is older than her husband by 3years and the guy, a multi millionaire loves her like craze and anything that makes her happy he is always for it. This your maryamaka dressing should stop be beautiful and trending okay. From your name I use to think you are one hell of a slick babe, please stop this Queen Elizabeth thing o.

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    8. Anonti 12.30 and 13.19 Thank you for your advice..I appreciate...

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  25. Good morning BVs, please I need your advice. Between Aba market and Lagos Island , where is better to shop for Lace materials and Georges?

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    1. My dear Oshodi is the best place oh..Dats the side where you enter Ibadan and Ota buses...Omo you go see lace and george you go tire and its way cheaper..I was there last weekend to purchase some materials..so take this to the bank..Even for Asoebi sef..Best place to be..

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  26. I am presently out of job. Although most people don’t know abt this. I lost someone close and I planned to send the family 10k, another friend asked me for money. What should I do fam?

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    1. Send to your friend’s family. Sorry about your friend.

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    2. Send to your family 10k..tell your friend that you don't have...simple!!! Please google Alfred and Victoria, it is a recruitment firm that can help you..If you are in Lagos, they are at Opebi..and Ask for Madam Bunmi she is very helpful...or visit Jobberman at Elephant house, Lagos Island close to UBA office, they will help u dear...All the best

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    3. Do they help those living in Abuja..I live in Abuja and I need a job too

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  27. Sparkle, I am the person that wrote my story. Drop your number with Stella so she can pass it to me. I will get in touch with you. Thank you.

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    1. Ok dear, lemme just drop it here as I don't like stressing our Queen Stella much. 0705 385 9691. Kisses.

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  28. Good morning lovely people

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