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Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Tuesday In House News...

Hailings from this side......Where are you?






IN HOUSE NEWS:....

I honestly forgot what i wanted to alert you guys on........Hopefully i remember tomorrow and post it..............LOL


Someone dashed me forex......................One million cedis....I don hammer!!...hehehehhehehehehe.


I went to African shop to buy plantain and I saw what they call PEAR..that thing that you cook and use to eat corn,or you eat alone if you like...I bought a pack of it ....As soon as i post this,i am eating it all up.......hehehehehehe


Shout out to you Angel Pee...wetin dey happen nau?Let me ping you on whatsapp.......*wink*







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ONE CHANCE NEIGHBOUR


Good day Stella and my fellow BV's,



 my heart is heavy and it's tearing me apart, looks can be very deceptive, don't be quick to believe a quiet person, so this is what happened, I woke up on Monday beautiful morning, went to my shop to display my goods, I met this huge crowd outside, it was around 11am or so, I enquired to know about the unusual crowd but then a young woman in her early 40's was brought out of a tricycle with about four other women guarding her seriously...


 I looked closely and it was the lady that borrowed 20k from me, she said she had a huge supply of her chin-chin and will give me back the next day, I collected this money from my Aajo (daily contribution) and gave to her, I even told her that I had done a lot of expenses from my savings, including recoiling my compound pumping machine that was spoiled by my "I pass my neighbor generator" and that the money was meant for my business extension, she screamed "Chaiiii eiyaaah, don't worry when this money comes, I will dash you something to cover up some of your expenses".... Mumu meeee!!! 



I didn't know that I was dealing with a crook, she took the money and vanished, days passed I didn't see her, I didn't ask her "supposed siblings" because she warned me never to ask them, today a lot of people gathered and she has been borrowing from them, she sold her father's house here in Lagos for just 4million naira to sniff cocaine, she got hooked to the powder on her quest to burn fat, she was told that such burns fat very QUICKLY, she used every means possible to steal money, she lied to some, transferred from the whole family she's staying with..


Did I tell you that she's just a mere squatter, she collected from people that runs POS with same story she used on me, she made the woman she's living with to stand as a guarantor for her to collect from LAPO, the whole money amounts to about five point something million naira, I have been crying since yesterday morning..


Her parents were called, they're in the village, her Mom is down with stroke, her Dad is diabetic, the father said we should kill her that he doesn't care and she's their only child, the woman that owns the house angrily chased us out of her house, LAPO arrested her on Monday evening with her guarantor, I don't know how to get my money, I don't understand Yoruba but I could hear them saying something like I should shut up and stop worrying because my money is the least.... 


I don't know what to do but I really need that money, it's my sweat, I struggled for it with a baby on my back, I seriously don't know what to do...

*Your money is gone..








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HAPPINESS COLUMN


WHEN PEOPLE GO MISSING IN NIGERIA;DONT STOP SEARCHING OH

Omo eni ku da ju omo eni nu loo.


(I apologize to my Yoruba brethren, I don't know where all the 'ami' symbols are on this my phone)
But roughly translated....


Ones child is dead, is better than ones child is missing.


When I was growing up, an elderly woman with seven children, some grown and some of secondary school age lived in the same compound ,and the youngest girl was about my age so we became friends.


During the course of our friendship, we shared a lot of intimate personal and family stories, and one of them was about what happened to their dad.


One of those days, while we were discussing about our parents, and the kind of wives and mothers we would like to be, also, the kind of husbands we would like to be married to (day dreaming sef, about the handsome, six packs, very comfortable young man.. Chaiii ohhhh), I asked her how their dad was died, because that is what they told everyone.


She told me that she didn't know, I was shocked, meaning what? like how will you not know? were you a baby? But you are older than two other boys, how, what, why,....... I asked her a lot of questions.....
And she went ahead to narrate the shocking tale of how their father left home one morning, few years ago, and never returned...... My young mouth hung open.


Did he quarrel with your mom, had he one time threatened to leave, was he depressed, were they rich and he was kidnapped, and killed????
(mind you, many of the vices and evil of this day were not rampant then, if not I would have played out more scenarios and asked more plausible questions, but it's the ones we knew about that I asked)
But, she said no to all the questions, and told me more of the mystery......


Their dad loved the whole seven of them so much and was even begging their mom for more children but the mama was tired of the plenty children, and refused. He was always looking forward to coming home after work, in other words, theirs was a tight, close knitted family.
He woke up that morning, they had morning devotion, he blessed them, and hugged the younger ones as usual, promising to buy them goodies while returning, but alas, he never returned. There was no Stone, I repeat no Stone, that they did not turn, in their search for him. You can imagine the kind of damage it did to their family.


Down to the reasons for this my long narration....


It now made sense to me why anytime we went to purchase something or were returning from school, and we passed Maryland roundabout /flyover (na our route be that), she will always be looking around, peeping into faces of even.... mad and destitute men, and if I asked her why she was doing that, she will tell me that I will not understand.....


Ehennn, no wonder ohhhh, chaiii....


After she told me this story, she was no longer restricted in her search for her missing father, sometimes, she will call out to any homeless person, one day she even told me to join her in calling one destitute man that we saw under the bridge, and we were up the bridge. She begged me that if I joined her, that our voices will loud enough, and if he is the one, he will answer and they will go home together, be a complete family again, their joy will be complete, and........ so many lofty dreams, that l can't remember again... You just needed to see the pain, longing, hope in her eyes.....


My God... what a memory.....(who is cutting onions now ehn)


So, we called, called and screamed his name at the top of our tiny girly voices and young lungs but sadly.... no response, we held our tears, (because people were already wondering what was wrong with these girls,and giving us side eyes ),went home, held each other and cried our eyes out.


So, In the face of these very sad memories of mine, It is a great worry to me, of the fact that our LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, will pick up people's relatives, that left home with the intention of returning, lock them up, and refuse to allow them notify their families for days, weeks,months and even years.


I am in great fear of this issue. So every day, I call my brothers to make sure they are home safe and sound. If I hear from their wives, that they are not home, and they have not heard from them....


Heyyy....my blood pressure goes up immediately, panic sets in, I will begin to call all their colleagues oh, and my husband will just be looking at me... Shaking his head.


Which one concern me, I don't care how you see me, it's not my fault, blame Nigerian police, SARS, and the rest of them. I am allergic to stories that touch the heart oh, because there will be no heart to touch if something bad happens, GOD FORBID BAD THING, AMEN.


A family found out that their son that had been lost for the past 5 years had been in prison all this while. He had been moved from Lagos, to Minna, back to Lagos, just for being coming back late due to traffic. The family had searched, gone to mortuaries, checked accident records, spent so much, the parents developed various ailments,the entire family a shadow of their former self, while wondering and searching for their lost loved one.


Thank God for prison ministry, (this is why I am an advocate for operational and working NGOS, and citizens doing there bit, and will like to participate of one) the young man was able to slip the mother's phone number to the Pastor, who called the mother, and the rest as they say is history.


They got back their child and in the process (with anger inclusive), helped in freeing 5 other incarcerated young men, that were there for no just cause, and their families knew nothing of their whereabouts too.


Stories abound, but I will stop here, and end with my staring quote...


Omo eni ku da ju omo eni nu loo....






Na wah oh...this is really scary to even think...In the beginning it will not even cross your mind to check prisons....how will you check and where will you check....Na Baba God dey save people for naija





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BOOK REQUEST




I would like to request for a book titled "The supernatural childbirth". Any bv with a soft copy of this book can forward to me at bisiadejumoke@gmail.com.


Kindly treat as urgent.

Thanks as I await a positive response from a kind-hearted bv soonest.






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122 comments:

  1. Read this slowly

    "GODISNOWHERE"

    what did you read ?
    God is no where OR
    God is now here

    Just a beautiful line to say life depends on the way we look or approach it😊


    GOOD AFTERNOON EVERYONEπŸ€—

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    1. God is now here. Hiya Isaac dearieπŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. Poster looking for supernatural childbirth, you can download it from PDF drive.

      Surviving everyday in Nigeria is a blessing.

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    3. May God deliver us from evil people. Amen

      God bless the giverz

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    1. What a story.. It's hard being a Nigerian πŸ˜”πŸ˜”. You pray for God's guidance everyday because hmmmmm, you don't want to walk alone.

      Good afternoon 🌹

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  3. I'm writing a song about how to make a sweet soup using palm kernel.

    It's gonna be a Banga!!!

    😁😁😁

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  4. Good afternoon to y'all on here and πŸ‘‹ stay blessed big big time.❤πŸ˜˜πŸ’žπŸ˜ IHN rocks...

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  5. Good Afternoon blog visitors❤❤❤❤

    It's all ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ from this sideπŸ’•❤πŸ’˜...

    It's been long reading sp and ihn...

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  6. Each time is 12:59, I will quickly type *555* before opening the IHN column.
    You know what it means?

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  7. Good afternoon everyone❤
    Am Dr Lee❤ was introduced 2 this blog last 2 weeks,thru our patient (khadijat).wishing u speed recovery dear. Pls how do I get an ID.
    @Dr lee

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    1. Hiya Dr Lee, welcome on boardπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—. Isaac, to the rescue.

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    2. Hello Dr Lee;you are welcome to SDK Blog..

      BELOW IS HOW TO GET A BLOG ID

      1) Go to Blogger.com and sign up first..Then after signing in,visit the Blog and locate the "comment Box" on any post of your choice(You would see your email signed in from the Drop-down menu)..

      Now click on that letter "B" by your left which is where your photo is supposed to be displayed..

      2) A page would be shown,then click on "EDIT PROFILE" at the top,by your right..

      3) Scroll down and locate "PROFILE PHOTO" then click on "CHOOSE FILE" and select any picture of your choice..
      Be patient and allow it load properly(a spinning circle) then scroll down and click on "SAVE"..

      4) To edit your BLOG ID,scroll down and click on "PROFILE NAME" then edit it to any pseudonym of your choice..

      Hope this helps..

      @MARTINS

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    3. Dokita please kindly note that our people (BVs) strongly HATES am in place of I’m. Thank you

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    5. Good to have you here Dr Lee.❤πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½

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    6. Teejay, seriously?

      What a wow!

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    7. Oh No Teejay, is this you correcting someone’s grammar?
      Abi your ID was cloned

      Wetin Aisha no go see for the oza room

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    8. Teejay, you of all people can be this rude just because you want to correct someone's else grammar. Pot calling kettle black.

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    9. Watch teejay call all of you haters for daring to call him out.

      You just reminded me of the Pharisee who threw someone in prison for a small debt but meanwhile he was forgiven for a big debt.

      Smh.

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    11. Wonderful! TJ is correcting someone? Wetin Musa no go see for gate.

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    12. Omg! Teejay!

      I am quite shocked. Nawa o!

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    13. You dont like abbreviations but you spelt doctor as doc, hmmm.

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    14. T j u are a very big fool!

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    15. welcome on board....just follow the "prompts", as Martins have "prompted"....

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  8. It's been a while I commented

    So I met someone on the Sn M post and this person has been all shades of amazing
    I just got to realize that there are some friendships that could bring you quality advice,moral boosting and trigger you to be a better person without trying to change or judge you.
    I can't believe I'm saying this.
    Angels abound here.
    Thanks Stella for giving people the opportunity to make quality connections. You are loved

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    1. There are beautiful people right here on SDK. I have known a particular female Bv for almost a year now. I so much love her online company even though we are just friends and no relationship attached or intended. She's so mature and hold good conversation. The blog is amazing.

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    2. You are right on this Teejay

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  9. Hiyaaa my lovelies😘😘😘😘😘. It's a beautiful afternoon in Abuja. To the Angel that dashed Stella forex, thank you oooo.😁. @The one chance neighbour, it's pple like this that hinder pple from helping out. Poster, I hope she pays, but just remove your mind from collecting your money. Stella, this signout meme is the "bestest". Thank you for this. I'm sooo saving it. Have a great day my darlings. Stay safe, stay blessed. Much❤❤❤❤❤

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  10. BVs biko
    I’m a stay at home Mum here in Abuja and it has not been easy for my family. I managed to save 600k but I don’t know which business to start with that small money

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    1. Food business, crayfish and stock fish, ogbono, and the likes .Snacks, foodstuff and daily needs too depending on your environment.

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    2. With a good location,pos business wouldn't be bad.

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    3. You can go into food business. Get dry foods at cheaper rate from nearby states to resell. Let me know if you're interested.

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  11. Good day everyone..Please ladies how many days after menses can 1 be pregnant just asking for my friend.

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    1. Download "flo" app from google play. It will help you calculate your ovulation date, and days you are likely to get pregnant.

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  12. Hello Fellow members of BVN..

    Thanks once again for celebrating with me yesterday;you all are so loving and cool...
    Read all comments with a smile and really do appreciate..

    This Blog is awesome with various characters..#CheersπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€©πŸ€©πŸ€—πŸ€—

    Poster asking for the supernatural Childbirth;I will send it to you okay...#Congrats and safe delivery

    @MARTINS

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    1. You're most welcome. You are loved, dearie.πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. Martins Fine guy
      πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    3. ...and I must say you are cuteπŸ™„πŸ˜

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    4. Belated happy birthday Martins

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    5. A bottle of wine and something to go with it will show the appreciation. Lol (just kidding)

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    6. Martins hi, please I'm interested in the ebook too,thanks

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    7. As you fellowship with us in our midst..May you really be blessed Halleluyah

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    8. I hope you had fun martins
      Na man you be
      Good afternoon

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    9. Thank you Martins. I got the book.

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    10. @Black Slimzy;yea I did Bro..πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ

      @Phoenix,Amen..

      @Raquel;please send a WhatsApp message with the no on my ID,or request for my email from Madam Stellz...#Cheers

      @Lady TπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜€πŸ˜€No wahala

      @Eka Joy,osheyyy😊😊

      @Anon 14:25,thanks for the compliment😊😊

      @Euphemia😊😊

      @Candy,πŸ€—πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—

      A beautiful day to you all..

      @MARTINS

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    11. Belated Happy birthday to you martins,may GOD bless your new age...Amen

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    12. Belated birthday to you Martins Aboy..

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  13. Wow it's IHN again, terrific Tuesday edition.
    Dear Erica, I ♥️ u, kindly move on ans reach for your starts.
    Aunty Stella and bvs, I missed you guys.
    Thank God I'm back to my base after the burial.
    E-hugs everyone

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  14. Dear Isaac, I was wowed at your educative write up.
    Dear Martins , I missed your birthday here. Happy post birthday blog dearie

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  15. Sign out is the truth..Good afternoon everyone..Hope your today is going fine...Remember what does not kill you makes you stronger

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    1. Says the Double Id Phoenix
      I just hope what i suspect isnt true
      I have high regard for your dear,its shocking seeing that your stunt as anonymous and your ID COMMENT days back

      Regrads

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    2. That’s not the first incident of her going under anonymous to comment and then mistaking repeating same with her ID

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  16. Seriously serious, Daddy Freeze met his match in David Ibiyeomie.

    He's been running his mouth any how, insulting Pastors (I'm no worshipper of pastors and I strongly disagree with what Oyedepo said).

    I was expecting him (Freeze) to be boastful in his response, telling Ibiyeomie he can't do nada, but I was shocked to my bone marrow that he mellowed down.

    Wow! Like really, Daddy Freeze can be so humble? Interesting!

    In other news, @Stella Damasus πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

    Una wehdon.

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  17. Good day everyone.

    Don't give up.
    I am talking to you, YES YOU!!😘😘😘😘😘

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  18. Beautiful afternoon to you lovelies ✌️❤️.

    Please house,I need natural sedative pls. I found it really hard to sleep at night and I have to be up and about very early always. I don't want to take drug so it doesn't become a norm to my system,any suggestions fam?

    Enjoy your day peeps.

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    1. Frequent Wee wee will not let her enjoy her sleep. Get pear(Avocado)leaves,Lemon grass and Moringa leaves. Wash very well, boil in a pot with water for 10-15 minutes, drink it. Thank me later.

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    2. Thanks Queenamy and lady s

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    3. Buy horlicks original, the blue one, drink at night with milk and thank me later.
      Stop pressing phone/using gadjets while in bed

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    4. Just cut garlic and drop around your bedroom,besides your pillow,under your bed,spread garlic everywhere and sleep well,thank me when you wake up.

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  19. This sad for the poster who lost her 20k to the lady. I know how you feel. God will provide for you. Ber punishment is coming.

    For the second story, its so scary and annoying too. Please we do not have law enforcement abeg...we just have idiots in the uniform. And oh, we are backwards naa, we don't have what it takes to account for arrested people or system to keep track of them,thats why its hard to find a missing person in naija...very πŸ˜₯ something.

    Let's all double our hussle and may it pay IJN. πŸ™

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    1. It's really painful being duped by someone you trust, poster please take heart.

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  20. Good Afternoon My People
    For me, am in the office,Listening to soft music playing
    I was on a short sick leave last week but am back to work

    hmmmm
    Shey its called IHN ba? Lemme gist you small (No cuss or troll biko
    Remember yesterday i posted about keeping a clean mind , no cuss no ill thought
    I was doing well until i got home and learnt how a 'Family Friend wife" dropped her two kids with my mum at home who was sick
    Like what!! My mum had to cut her hair,lost weight and still recovering and hasn't gone back to her store yet
    You dropped your kids that they are disturbing you at home and went to your house to sleep
    She has made it an habit to drop the kids every weekend that she wants to sleep
    They bathe and eat at our place some days
    The girl is 3 and the boy is 2yrs old. I dont just like how she takes my parents for granted at all
    From 6:30am till 7pm they are at place every weekday and you cant hold them knowing this woman that helps you FREELY is sick
    I was angry and said words, I still scolded my mother for tolerating that
    But mummy likes Kids and to her was exercise
    If i hear, packing shit and sweeping every 10 sec na exercise
    My Mum apologized and i apologized for being angry
    I just hope she wont repeat the same today and go sleep in her house
    Thats the news at 1pm from my side
    Kisses and hugs from Lagos,Nigeria


    Your Girl,
    OAP ADA

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    1. Lolzzz the original OAP how are you jare? My dear I understand how you feel..Motherhood ko easy

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    2. Interesting news, your anger is legit. That's going too far on her part. She's so inconsiderate. People like that are usually ingrate too. She should get a nanny ASAP. Quick recovery to your mom but she should reduce the stress till she fully recovers.Peace.

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    3. The issue is your mom finds it hard to say no.

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    4. Please tell the lady to stop. Your mom's health is at stake and that should not be compromised. I wish her quick recovery.

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  21. I have started buying things with my own money. Things that I would normally never attempt on my own. Things that are too expensive for me. Honestly, it is scary, I for no talk but I'm shocked as I just finished purchasing it and got debited. Fear still dey catch me.

    What if I go broke???

    I think I need to stop living my life like I am still that ikorodu teacher that can never buy anything expensive for myself no matter how much I have because I always worry, something will happen in my house and they would need money and we would have no one to ask. So I keep my money all the time for that.

    Since I started working, I have been subconsciously doing that. Just spending peanuts out of my own pocket.

    Today, I broke that jinx and it scares the shit out of me.

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    1. Awww Eka,God will bless you beyond your imaginations.

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    2. It is well with you and yours.

      It is your body and money, enjoy it while you're young and alive.

      Good luck!

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    3. Hahahaha this made me laugh, I have that fear too but once in a while i do something for myself.

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    4. As long as you set aside money to save every month, you are good. Make sure you are saving something reasonable, very Important. Also buys things you need, abroad with the sales one tends to shop for unnecessary things.

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  22. God afternoon everyone. IHN is here. God is the only one that preserves his people. May God deliver us from all evil. Wicked people abound everywhere. May God give us discerning spirit to know them. Stella, that 'local' purple looking fruit is also called 'Ube'. Sweet when eaten with corn.

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  23. IHN has landed..... Stella we hail theeee!!! You are 4much.... Poster for the missing person, they should check our prisons ooo, he might be there

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  24. It has happened to my brother ooo. But the worse is my brother changed his surname to our great grandfather name instead of our grandfather name we are bearing.

    My elder brother traced him the way people said the saw him last.
    Finally it was in the prison.
    We are in a missed country Nigeria

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  25. Right now, I wish I have Merlin's magical powers. How do I complete these house chores. Cooking, when will I ever like it? Oh God, please when I start having children, help me not to starve them to death.

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  26. Same with me oo. Spend my money, I will refuse. Will be going to Nyanya market on Wednesday to see what I can 'pick'. But let my family call me now now that they need 100k, fiam...I don carry phone dey do transfer. Sometimes, I wonder if them dey jazz me.

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    1. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Shock yourself small one of these days

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    2. Anon,please spoil yourself small with gift items

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  27. That story up there reminds me of a friend who is owing me but just vanished too. These days truthfully I don't think about the money. It's a small sum. I just think about her safety and hope shes ok. All her lines are always switched off. Sometimes I feel something terrible happened but theres no one to ask.

    It's a sunny day here. Have a great day...

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  28. Goodafternoon bv's
    Forget the money,that woman can't afford to pay that money

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  29. First time of commenting

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    1. Yaaay...welcome darling πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½

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    2. Yaayyyy....you are welcome to the blog family

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  30. Good afternoon my people.


    The way police dey take pack people anyhow ehn , na God's hands we dey for naija.

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  31. Good day Bvs, IHN is here. Wow i thought that September we are going to experience the heavy rains but i am still seeing the sun shinning. Well maybe later towards the end of the month oh. Have a wonderful day and stay safe .E go be✌.

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  32. Poster I no is painful but just zero ur mind cos your money is gone.

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  33. Yipee! Finally I am able to comment after 5 years of being a silent follower. Thanks Martins

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    1. Welcome Mummy f, we had mummy J here before, hope you are not related .

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