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Monday, December 30, 2019

Celebrity Noble Igwe Shares Village Photo.....

This is a real man oh!

Noble Igwe no send anybody!!!

Please send him a well done message from SDK blog if he is on your whatsapp list.......




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    1. Aunty do you know the meaning of clout. Any small thing clout chaser.

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    2. Who goes to the river to fetch water? (drinking water sef)
      Most people have pumping machines in their houses na. This one Issa clout chaser abeg.

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    3. He's not any yeye clout chaser. He did it because he missed the experience. When my late aunt was alive, we follow her Yo the farm whenever we go to the villa. We did it for fun not because we don't have food or......

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    4. Oga Noble, save for a borehole nah!

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  2. All for the camera
    When going to the villa they will load
    cartons of bottled water
    When they get to the villa, they will snap in the stream and post
    All for the camera
    All are chameleon

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  3. Best picture this man and other Nigerian instagram celebrities ever posted.. Ahhh.. I miss Nigeria, I miss my village Ohafia in Abia state.. i always followed my late Gran to the farm and this is typical stream on our way home.. I lovvvve this photo

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    1. Eayah, would have loved to be in ohafia. They are doing age grade celebration. Would have loved to be there too

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    2. Do abians marry non igbos?.Asking for a friend

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    3. Ohafia is fun ooo
      Enough streams for drinking and bathing full there.Yori onye abiriba,wasup.
      Anon I'm from Amangwu Ohafia

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    4. Those proposing have lined up.

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    5. 14.50 Yea, they do. In fact Abians mostly and some part of Ebonyi are the most liberal part of Igbos when it comes to intra tribal marriage...I think it's mostly attributed to the boundary they share with some states. I have Uncles/Aunties who are from Akwa Ibom/Cross married to Abians and some other tribes in Nigeria.

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    6. Ohafia kwenniwoo! So na my people full this blog, intelligentsia(s) kaaniwoo!

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    7. Noble was just releaving the nostalgic village memories peculiar with everyone who somehow experienced village life at one time, most of us still cherish those moments, infact that's one of the reasons i hardly miss Christmas in the village, just taking a stroll down the pathways and streams melancholicly is enough village feelings for me, though my children makes fun of it, urban children don't understand it

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    8. Anon 14:50, Yes, my hubby is from Amayanwu (I'm not sure if the spelling is correct) in Abia State and I'm from Osun state and we've been married for over five years now.

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    9. Oversabi , I too know... Who ask u how many years una donn marry?

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    10. Sharap. What is wrong in telling us. She is trying to encourage someone

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    11. Udumeze kwenu!
      owu anyi wu ndi eji eme onu.Anyi ezueregi ezuere.
      Ulue kaa ni woo!
      Alu m a Amaekpu kama awu m onye Ndi ibe

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    12. Haaa! My Ohafia people kaa!

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    13. How is that your business @16:06
      My fellow Abians ndewonu

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    14. I am from Asaga Ohafia.nice to c my ppl here.i miss asaga so much

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    15. Anons 16.06 is the same anons 17.15 down there. Bitter urban dweller. I am from ohafia too. See my people.

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    16. Enter your reply...Cha Cha Cha ndi uduma awoke kweni wo , woh! akanu kweni wo, woh !! anyi Wu nde ndi uduma. alum a Delta, ogwashi uku.
      ulue kaa ni woooooh!!

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    17. Cha Cha Cha ohafia kweni wo, woh!
      ndi uduma awoke kweni wo, woh!
      akanu kweni wo, woh!
      alum ra Delta ogwashi uku
      ulue kaa ni ooooo

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    18. Ebem Ohafia kweni wo!

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    19. My brother's wife is Abia and they've been married for 6years now

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    20. Good comment but nothing like "releaving."

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    21. Che! I am from Abia. My pple plenty here. Ndewonu ndi nkem.

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  4. Interesting, looking like 'otenkwu'

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    1. All of you typing clout chaser, attention dash dash na wa for una.
      Haven't y'all noticed most Nigerians are aggressively going back or embarrassing their roots. Pple no longer hide their villages or where they come from. Even those in the abroad aint left out. Pple are a matter of fact showing off their roots...see Lupita Nyongo,Edris Elba etal... If you don't know where you are from pls go and ask questions and identify with your village pple. Don't be left out!

      Well done Noble! Whether for clout or for cloud...i love this pic.
      Your village to the world!!!😎

      I love villages with streams and all its rustic livings.

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    2. Beautiful comment @ (G&M)!

      I love this picture.
      Well done Noble for being Noble.
      Thank you for keeping it real.

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    3. G&M God bless you for this comment.

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    4. Goodness and Mercy back up your comments with statistics and not your imagination. In one breath, it's "most Nigerians" and in the next, it's Lupita and Idris. If Nkiri Sylvanus posted this, you'd probably be amongst the first to shout "mgbeke". People who're entitled to their opinion have stated same and you're all over the place like Noble is paying you. He didn't post that picture just for the sake of it but because he wants attention. Face that. The picture is a beauty, that's for sure but it doesn't mean it wasn't for attention. Yes, you're entitled to your opinion and I'm jumping on it because you didn't let others be

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    5. *embracing* pls. Tnks 16.07
      EM!BC 😍

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    6. @Anon 17.15
      Are you among those bvs that don't have a village? All these lost bvs sef. If e pain you go and snap with your village masquerade and quit being bitter. She said nothing but the truth. 2020 is just behind 31st December.


      Commenting from my village,Zarama Epie.

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    7. anons 17.15 ur opinion,ur headache. I love that pic too be it for attention or not. Noble won my heart with this pic of his village something some people will never share on social media.

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    8. Anon 17:15 you don't know Noble or people from Abiriba, Ohafia, Item, Alai, Igbere etc. They are fiercely proud of their roots, culture and people.
      My Abiriba friends took me to their farm and stream when I visited. It was a beautiful.

      You don't know Noble's background so you could write anything on this blog and call him an attention seeker.

      I grew up in Aba with them and come from educated, enlightened, fashionable and well-travelled classy families.

      That was back when these companies were thriving UTC Motors, SCOA, Leventis, G. B. Olivant, Lever Brothers, Nigeria Breweries,PZ Industries, Equitable Association, Bata, Royal Exchange, NIDB, Rufus Obi Pharmacy, Ndi Afia Stores and Restaurants, Crystal Palace Hotels, Enitona Hotels, Mr. Quick, Eze and Bros, Com's Boutique etc.

      They were the ones that wore high-society French fashion and designer brands.

      You need to travel down to Abiriba to see that "small London" is an appropriate name for their hometown.

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  6. House boy fit am oh

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  7. Why didn't he post d bath pics so we can know its real?
    Lies everywhere,after bathing with medicated, antiseptic body wash,he now stroll to d stream and snap this!
    SMH!!

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  8. So he cannot dig a borehole in his father's compound abi? Sense is far from this one.

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    1. You saw people say it was all for the Gram and you are asking about borehole. Go and collect your sense from under the bed or mango tree where you forgot it MissAmu sa

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    2. Seems you don't have a village. IBU onye lagosian?. Most lagosians don't have villages. Na badagry be their village

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    3. Ejoor collect your sense from ukwu udala

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    4. Choi πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    5. All Lagosians have villages it’s just that you don’t know. Do some research on Epe, Ikorodu, Isale Eko etc.

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    6. Ukwu udala off meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ best comment. Noble carry go clown chasing or not we love the pic.

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  9. I like the picture. Well done Noble

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    1. Thank you. I like it too.

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    2. When you don't show off your village why wont village pple attack you in the city. Noble idi OK.

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  10. Mtchewwwwww, all for clout next!!!!!!

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  11. He looks like those twins in tintin comic . Thompson and Thompson

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  12. I really wish I can have this experience. We don't have village. My family is from Abeokuta and my husband who is from Ondo has refused to take us home. None of his siblings want to go. They said there are no bathrooms and toilets there and it isn't condusive except you build your own house there. I just want to experience communal living. All those things we see in home videos. Swimming at the stream, going to the farm, eating local delicacies from earthen wears, etc. Igbos are so lucky.

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    1. You can come to my village and also claim it. We give citizenship😎

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    2. Peele u can also get those experience in Abeokuta too

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    3. Eeeyaaaa Lade, my friend. I'll invite you to my traditional marriage next year December. That way, you can spend the Christmas with us.

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    4. One thing I learn here, ladies are complicated. One minute you awwwwwwwnnnn!!! The next minute you flip...but this right here is cool. I hope Laden Taylors take Castle up on the offer.

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  13. That moment when you are at peace with nature.

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  14. pleasant suprises30 December 2019 at 16:15

    Wow, I love the scenery, Noble thumbs up.Going to the villa can be sweet ohh

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  15. This guy might be from my villa. This unit stream sounds familiar.

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  16. Noble must very hard working oooo... But am very sure after leaving the water one village boy is on stand by to finish the rest Journey....

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  17. Enter your comment...na man you be

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  18. Wow! Una harsh o. Noble just cannot win with you guys.

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  19. This na my village oo, umu oma neri akwu. Thanks Noble. This gives me nostalgia. I remember my big cousin taking us to Ubo stream to bath and then to the next fall mmiri igwe (very clean water fall)to fetch drinking water. Noble, i hope that water you are carrying if from mmiri igwe o. I thought, they dont drink Ubo water, it is used for washing.

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  20. I love the scenery.Nature's bliss

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