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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Lady Sets Boyfriend's 'House' On Fire Over Misunderstanding...

 They reportedly had a small dispute and after he eft for work, she packed her 'belongings' out and set the uncompleted house ablaze..

What do you think about this act? 











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    1. This picture dey make me laugh...

      God have mercy on us.

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  2. The hot weather there finally got to her brain

    She dey ment

    The mumu of yesterday this can be you if you continue in bondage to that karashika

    The only difference is she no mind add you join

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    1. She pack onion join

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    2. Abeg where you see onion πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. Lolz!!!
      The picture of her 'belongings' weak me that I bursted into laughter.
      Oil dey for her property sef.
      PETTY

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  3. Look at their faces πŸ˜„ (God forgive me for laughing)

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    1. House, hut, does it matter?

      This is what happens when people feel they can do whatever they want because they were provoked or wronged in some way.
      Some will even say "it's my nature, when i'm angry, i can do anything". Smh

      We were discussing sometime back and this one guy said he's not a violent person, but there's a point his wife will push him to that he'll beat her. He kept insisting everyone has a limit and people should understand that whatever happens when pushed beyound that limit isn't the person's fault.
      I then asked him, "what happens when your wife reaches her limit? Since she can't physically beat you up, what do you think she'll do?"

      This guy looked dumbfounded! like it never occurred to him that she might have a "limit" too.

      Let's learn to walk away before we reach that point of "all consuming anger" that can kill, burn down houses or beat a person to a pub.

      Don't allow the devil to use you. Resist! Flee!

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    2. Which hut? Na wood abi mud you see there?
      Samurai don't start o. That is a house! Na where guyman power reach be that.

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    3. It's a house. His own house.

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    4. What do you mean house or hut @samurai? If the guy man no get money you want him to go and steal to build maansion abi, atleast he has a rough over his head, nonsense.

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    5. .. "beat a person to a *pulp*... not 'pub" ... @Trace

      You spoke absolute truth. πŸ‘Œ


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    1. "Its her belongings for me" what does that even mean? You ppl copy anythg u hear

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    2. Just wondering what she was thinking,like she doesn't want him to use her pot and oil in cooking for someone else,na to pack every.

      El oh el!

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    3. See her forehead, make i no insult her too much, i dey fast.😏😏

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  6. I see what you did with the "house" and "belongings" Stella. No be small thing o.🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  7. She is obsessed by the devil and she should not be touched with a pole less than a mile long.
    What could he have done?

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  8. I believe the guy sitting on the floor is the boyfriend.

    Anger management should be thought in schools and at home Biko.

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  9. This lady can kill. Some people get mind.

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  10. A little background. This happened in BENUE state. Now until fairly recently, Makurdi the state capital was dominated with thatched mud huts. Most rural settlements of the tiv speaking population of the state are thatched roofed buildings spaced apart.
    The reason for this is simple. The tiv traditionally set houses on fire whenever there is dispute. It was a primary method of settling scores. So why bother with corrugated roofing when you can just use a thatch hut that is easily replaced after each episode of burning.

    Burning homes is a normal thing for BENUE people. You'd be surprised that the couple in the story will still be together after all.

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    1. Are you being serious right now? 😳😳😳.

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    2. See the way you're spewing rubbish with your full chest.

      "until fairly recently, Makurdi the state capital was dominated with thatched mud huts." Fairly recently? Dominated? Sweetie you have no clue what you're talking about.

      Burning homes and properties is pretty normal anywhere there's dispute. It's not exclusive to Benue people, you sound ignorant af.

      Just go to google and put in "woman burns house down" your ignorant ass will see that most results aren't even in Nigeria, not to talk of benue.

      Jeweluchi please post oo, this Dog needs to see this and educate himself.

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    3. Who be this one??
      Na wa oooo
      When last did we read of house being burnt down in the benue state sef?
      Make una dey take am easy with the lies abeg
      I served in makurdi 6 years ago.i didn't see any thatch house

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    4. You are very sick for making this comment. No wonder you are a dog.

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    5. Hainnnn,,,,,,,,,,
      who be dis abeg

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  11. She must be moving mad. She should better pay for damages. They should lock her up till she can pay.

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    1. Where will she get the money from to pay?? Oh well maybe after selling the onions, oil and pots.... hehehe I laugh in 'twi' language... Ghanaians una feel me?? Lol

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  12. I believe the guy sitting on the floor is the boyfriend.

    Anger management should be thought in schools and at home Biko.

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    1. Second paragraph is very important

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    2. Yes, anger management should be taught in schools

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  13. This is pure wickedness.she allowed the devil 😈 to use her.

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  14. Don't know where people meet all these "girlfriends and boyfriends" from. Imagine if the house was raised down by fire, then automatically the guy would have been homeless. May we never cross parts with possessed psychopaths.

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    1. Imagine if the house was *razed*.... not... 'raised' down by fire, @CHISOM

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  15. Abeg wetin dey give people mind? Some people have lever shall.

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  16. This what anger can cause. See the way she sat down , like I done do am make una do una worse.

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    1. HahahahahahaEl oh el! Very yeye girl.
      She should pay for her crime tho. How do you burn up someone's sweat? To build house now is not beans o!

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  17. Just negodu! I believe she beats the guy sef! Either hut or house,she's a wicked girl to have set it on fire cos of lil misunderstanding

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  18. Yesterday's Chronicle Poster should learn from this

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  19. Wahala dey o πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    Relationship of nowadays is now like Iraq war.

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  20. What you call small dispute may have been a deal breaker for her. This could also have been the last straw. Her actions were wrong though.

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  21. Just look at her 'belongings'.
    Poor guy! Where will he start from?

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    1. If he's the one seated there,he really has self control. Seems like he'll forgive her o!

      All those ppl yabbing the guy's house,which one una don build? Shior!

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    2. No mind them @shatelles, some of them na squat dem dey squat at somebody house, calling someone's house a hut, i hate nonsense. Instead of them to address the issue at hand.

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  22. This is not fair. If she can't cope she should have walk away, it would have been better than this damage.

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  23. May we not be unfortunate!
    May we raise sensible children!
    AminπŸ™

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  24. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ is the belongings part for me. Everyone has their level of 'belongings', even onions, pot and oil container follow for the belongings tooπŸ˜†πŸ˜†. Chineke nna napu ekwensu ike

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  25. Anger spirit will ruin this one

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  26. This kind of girl can pour someone acid.

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  27. She even carry red oil and pots join the belonging. Hian.

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  28. This is easy na. She should rebuild the house.

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  29. Local man, local Woman and their local love. No qualms. Na their level be that. They will settle.

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  30. You can tell it took a lot to get that structure standing it is a pity what anger caused.

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