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Thursday, December 03, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post..

 

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    1. I can easily replace phone biko. Documents.

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    2. My fire extinguisher, put out that bitch!!

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    3. Documents ooooo. ..God forbid sha

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    4. Documents and of course, my shoes!

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    5. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 081385163283 December 2020 at 19:20

      A house fire is one of the most traumatizing experience to go through. In our case, we were sleeping but yet again, God in his infinite mercy woke me up and when it dawned on me on what was going on, I gave the most gut wrenching scream of my life...*shivers*. The panic and confusion due to smoke. Besides, the smoke alarm didn’t go off on time. We ran out with our children. Everything else was left behind. A brand new built house that we had just moved into completely gutted so had to be rebuilt again from ground up.

      We rebuilt better than before. Thank God for life, His mercy, protection and provisions.

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    6. @eAmigos thank God for the life of your family.

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    7. Amigos thank God for your life and that of your family. Thank God for his blessings too

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    8. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 081385163284 December 2020 at 01:21

      Thanks Black Slimzy and Vermilion.

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    9. We dey come for thanksgiving bread 3Amigos...Hehe

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  2. Certificates and documents

    then make sure no human casualties are trapped inside, every other thing can be replaced by God’s grace eventually but not human lives

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  3. My children first,my documents,then anything my hand can lay on.

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  4. After taking my son out, I'll take my bag pack that contains few of my ID cards

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  5. My kids, my certificates, and my purse containing cash and ATM cards.

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  6. Take my ass out of that house; it would probably take me around the same time to safely get out, the way my house is set up.

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  7. All documents, ATM, phones and keys.

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  8. My certificate, that's after humans.

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  9. My son everything else can burn to ashes😠

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  10. My passport and myself.

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  11. My family. I can obtain CTC of credentials later.

    Quick advice everyone, scan and save soft copies of your credentials in the cloud, mail or anywhere. Just have a backup.

    Our houses no go catch fire in Jesus name, Amen.

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    1. Amen,all my documents are saved on my mail I even put passport photography join (πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†)

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  12. My kids first then my jewelry,then my documents..

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  13. My credentials
    My passport
    As a matter of fact, all my documents to start a fresh life in hoping for beauty for ashes that God alone can give πŸ™
    God forbid it happen sha πŸ˜‚

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  14. As far as there is no human in there, it's definitely going to be my phone/flash drive

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  15. My diary. Even if the fire is getting to me, I will find a way to fling it out. That book is my life. My family will need it when I am gone.

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    1. Sweetie are you OK? Do you need to talk?

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    2. a book cannot be your life, it will offer you succor only for a brief period...pls seek Jesus and he will give your life a new meaning

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  16. My daughter,my mother in law,if theres still time,my document next

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  17. my file containing all my credentials and my phone.

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  18. Evacuate everyone in the house, my certificates,clothes and electronicsπŸ˜‚

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  19. My ARVs drugs, voter's card and documents.

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  20. Certificates/ credentials

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  21. My mother and everyone in the house and my documents...

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  22. My husband and daughter!!!! Every other inanimate object can be replaced.

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  23. It is a horrible thing to happen to anyone.
    In the year 2001 my house was burnt down during the sharia crises. My mum in the confusion ran into her bedroom we were all screaming ,eventually she came out with a cooking spoon.
    We stood afar and watch our house burnt down and couldn't do anything about thing 😭😭😭😭😭😭
    My parents still haven't gotten over that.
    I am grateful for life it could have being worse. Mercy said No

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  24. I'd take myself out of there. Every other thing can either be replaced, on social media or are backed up on the cloud

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  25. Am not married, i do not have kids yet and i live in a rented apartment. I guess i'll just take my hard drive and leave. If you know you know.

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