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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Wednesday In House News...

 I hail oh........










IN HOUSE MEMO


If you dropped a curse or a prayer for anyone today inside any of the posts...I wish you what you wish this person and in double measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over... AMEN.

I am about to roast sweet corn in my airfryer.....*wink*








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INSIDE THE MIND OF A WOMAN GOING THROUGH MOTHERHOOD



A school year just ended and graduation parties held here and there. Children from Kindergarten to Secondary schools graduated and I had fun watching a lot of the graduation parties online.

Its lovely to celebrate our children’s wins no matter how small but I also noticed some parents made it about themselves than the children. Imagine a case where the mothers kept changing outfits in a pre nursery graduation, getting individual party tents and having different surprise planners coming in with different gifts at the school or graduation venue.

I can’t tell people how to spend their money, but it became a show of who was getting the biggest gifts and cake. It became a competition, the competition became heated when one of the kids got a ps5 game. He was so excited and screamed so loud all his friends came around oohed and awwed at his gift and left looking disappointed in theirs.

I felt all this drama and personal gift presentation could have been done at home and as I said earlier I can’t tell anyone how to spend their money. I also don’t mean to criticize anyone one.

I just feel a lot of parents over do these things.





These over doings is part of parenthood and sometimes one does not know when to stop or know that it is wrong...Let people celebrate their kids how best they know how to, it is the duty of the school to tell the parents to leave the gifts at home... If they have not done that, means its not a problem.

Here al gifts are left at home except it is a birthday party being celebrated outside the home!







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YOU SAY WETIN?








How you did not know after eating that they were drugged.... what kind of drug? Is it the type that makes one high or increases ones libido?

I think you should see a doctor to be a on the safe side.







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IJEOMAS GIST CORNER



There's this guy in the area that had a quarrel with his landlady o. This guy out of anger went to her plantation and cut off her plantains, Hmmmmmm.


Na so people for area begin blame am sey him for no cut plantains na, sey e get spiritual implications. They actually asked him to go and ask for forgiveness and make some cleansings for cutting down the plantains.


Guy no gree o, he was shouting and saying 'nothing dey happen'. Now now something don happen cos this healthy looking guy don kpai just like that leaving his little kids and poor young wifey


News wey dey fly for area sey na because of the plantains wey the guy cut o............Things dey happen. I actually took time to make enquiries about this cutting of plantain thing and was told it has spiritual implications.


There are so many questions that needs to be answered, maybe it's time to go back to the root and make enquiries.

I've been to deliverance sessions and heard how one's umblical cord is being used against destinies. Some of us that were born and bred in the villa, ours were buried in a plantain tree and then the plantain becomes yours forever.


Things dey happen o....





WOW.... plantain tress are spooked? for real?







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126 comments:

  1. Divine Health Confessions!!

    I have the life and nature of God in me; I’ve put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness. I’m excited about my new life in Christ. I’ve passed from death to life; from sin to righteousness; from sickness to health; from poverty to wealth. Praise God!

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    1. Good day blog visitors.

      Hope this BBN no go steal people blessings. Make una take am easy.


      Lovelace

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    2. Anon 16:01, l pray they listen.

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  2. *QUOTE OF THE DAY*

    If you are not faithful to what God gave you, don't expect Him to give you His testimony.


    Proverbs 11:31
    Behold, the righteous shall be recompensed in the earth: much more the wicked and the sinner.
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    _God would stand by you if you are diligent in what He gave you_

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  3. When you attend burials do not just cry. Crying is useless. Instead, listen to the eulogy of the dead person’s life.

    Then ask yourself, what will people say when my own time comes? Start living a good life so people won’t have to lie that you were good during your own eulogy.

    Rest in peace is probably the most impotent prayer ever. It has no bearing on the dead once you die, you die.

    Nothing anyone on Earth can do will affect your destination or your rest.

    You and only you alone determine where you go to rest after death.... copied

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    1. Plantain kwa? I go make enquiry o. Make God dey help us.

      I lost a colleague last week, have been so weak. God protect and deliver us from evil. Amen.

      Gos bless the givers

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    2. When my dad died I cried (still do) but the day he was buried not one person had something bad to say . O my dada was the very best, very kind hearted and on this day the saying a good name is better than silver or gold came to play. Till today I haven’t heard one bad thing about him. He was loved by all.

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    3. 16:05 ,I wish this can be said about my own late dad. The man was nothing to write home about both for we the family and outsiders

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    4. 16:05 it felt like I wrote your comment. All would be well , we too should learn from this.

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  4. Good afternoon to y'all on this platform and what's good?
    VENT WEDNESDAY:
    I am venting all out my anger and using y'all that video call or voice call one without his or her approval/go ahead as a punching bag today..
    Y'all should stop with that kinda expensive play cos it doesn't augur well rara..
    It's abhorrent and not something to be most often times involved in..
    Stay venting today cos it's allowed..πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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  5. Self love Is all I gat for myself now

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  6. Ihn is here,good afternoon everyone.

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  7. Hi everyone, good afternoon! How's your day going

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  8. Good afternoon Bvs..
    The way this month is running fa...

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    1. My comment didn't make it here. Poor network.

      Good afternoon beautiful people πŸ’•.

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  9. Hiya my darlings. 😘😘😘😘😘. It's a kooool afternoon here in Abuja. Hope y'all are doing ok. Just breezed in to blow y'all 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘. Signout meme is πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ Be good my darlings.

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    1. Blowing the kisses right back at ya πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹

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    2. πŸ€—πŸ˜˜πŸ’•πŸ₯°πŸ’–

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    3. Very very cool afternoon 😘😘😘😘😘

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    4. Hey Candycane how's your sister and how are you .

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    5. Eloquent, πŸ™‹‍♀️πŸ™‹‍♀️πŸ™‹‍♀️
      Paris darling ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
      TS, my darling😘😘😘
      Hey Dimplez, 😘😘😘
      Choco baibay😘😘😘, I'm ok. Sis is doing ok. Thanks for asking.

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    6. My candilicious,how are you doing.It is well with your sister.Much love.

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    7. 😘😘😘😘😘to you too. Hope your sister is doing fine?

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    8. Mimi darling, I am doing ok. Sis is doimg good. Thank God.😘😘😘
      Justyswt, my darling, my sis is doing ok. Thanks love.😘😘😘

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  10. RE : Ceaser’s SP comment.

    An achievement is defined as a result gained by effort. Now, a good marriage requires effort and it’s a goal like any other so when you achieve it, it’s an accomplishment ESP for those who truly want it.

    For some, marriage just happened for them. They may love being married but it is not an achievement for them rather a bonus.

    Those of you downplaying marriage yet actively yearning for it are hypocrites.

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    1. Marriage is not an achievement full stop.
      Stop worrying your head too much

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    2. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ Well said o

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    3. I count my marriage as one of my achievements.

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    4. Marriage is not an achievement. It is just part of life's process. If it were, why aren't the men celebrating this achievement? How many people mount a podium and while giving a speech on their feats like, educational qualifications, career goals accomplished, projects executed etc. mention marriage as one of it?

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    5. Twins Squared, it is NOT part of life process because not everyone goes through the process of marriage.

      There are gendered aspirations: Marriage has been sold as an aspiration to women. That’s why it seems like only women celebrate it..just like providing has been sold as an aspiration to men.

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    6. Marriage is an achievement to some of us whose life is not going smoothly in other areas except marriage. I can't imagine being single with no child and in this condition. No good certificate, no good job, no skills.
      Maybe if I was single, I would have gone far in other areas of my life, like getting a good higher education and earning well

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    7. I'm saying it again..
      Marriage is achievement to some not all women or marriage..
      There are women who don't have a life without their marriages...
      What will u say about a woman without a job,or didn't even have a certificate,no business,all she has is her marriage and children,and the man in question take very Good care of them...
      Some marry before the husband sent them to school, drive a good car,and are well respected because of their husbands..
      Most women will want to get married,but mght not happen for everyone..many unmarried ladies are not happy about it..
      Marriage is a necessity,but a good marriage is an achievement..

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    8. Thank you madam Sharon
      You analysed it well

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    9. @Mrs SharonπŸ‘ marriage is a necessity but good marriage is an achievement

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  11. Madam you are so petty.

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    1. Too petty,I was expecting something like what she wrote up there,mtsheeewwwww.

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  12. Pleasant afternoon Stella babe πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•
    Pleasant afternoon blog Fam πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

    It's a cold day, it's been raining since morning.

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  13. Congratulations to all the recipients of business giveaway.May the Lord who teacheth how to profit,bless your businesses beyond human understanding in Jesus name.
    Phoenix darling, Congratulations on the success of your examination. I wish you greater heights in Jesus name.Also Congratulations to your sister and family, more testimonies to come.
    Good afternoon everyone.

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    1. My darling namesake,I am doing well.Guess you are much stronger now.God will continue to strengthen you and your family. πŸ’˜

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    2. Amen πŸ™πŸ™

      Thanks honey πŸ’•πŸ’žπŸ’•

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    3. Amen dearest Mimi Love How are you doing today..Thank you so much

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    4. Amen babes , taking it one day at a time some days are better than others but I'm keeping on, thanks a lot.

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    5. Amen @ Mimi love
      Thank you so much

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  14. @ inside the mind of a woman going through motherhood... It's so true. Even when it's the birthday of a child, you'll get to see competition of who brought the biggest Cinderella cake, toy guns as gift packs,latest stuff in the gift packs and most expensive dress and hair do. This led to no celebrating of birthday's in a school on my street. You'll wear your uniform and no sharing of anything. You can tell the teacher it's your child's birthday and the children will sing "Happy birthday" to the child and it ends there.

    Jeweluchi i say a big Amen to your prayers ooo

    Sign out meme is the real deal ✌️

    Hello IHN ❣️

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    1. I think it's the fault of the school. Schools should stop all form of celebrations.

      The competition is too much.

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  15. My question is

    Does plantain trees in Europe and other part of the world comes with spiritual backings too or it is only in Nigeria and African countries generally?

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    1. I wonder too. Africa get wahala. Our own juju is for evil

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  16. Rip to the young man. So sad to hear. Good afternoon all.

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  17. I cried so much this afternoon after watching Trial by Fire on Netflix. May we not be wrongly accused.

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  18. I cried so much this afternoon after watching Trial by Fire on Netflix. May we not be wrongly accuse.

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    1. I watched it yday, and I felt so bad for the man. I was hoping for a miracle, but that's life o.

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    2. @ Candy,I was also waiting for a last minute miracle

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  19. Love yourself, yes.
    Love your neighbor as yourself? Yes
    That is how Jesus taught it.😁😁

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  20. Life is spiritual
    The spiritual controls the physical
    If you are not in Christ, you have not given your life to Christ,
    You are being controlled by the evil one; Satan.
    He can "kpai" you anytime.
    What are your waiting for before you surrender your soul
    to Jesus? 🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️

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  21. Wet afternoon bvs....

    Some mother's over do things out of excess love for their wards.

    Never heard about that plantain wahala before.

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    1. Sending you loads of πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ’žπŸ’•

      It's cold breeze here,no rain yet

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  22. Hello ihn 😘
    Good afternoon everyone 😘

    The rain didn't come to play today o,it is raining cat and dog here.

    Jewelu star woman,enjoy your roasted corn,I'm even eating one here as I type.My love for 🌽 eeh I can't explain.

    Woman going through motherhood poster,u are very right..some parents overdo things.Imagine one of my aunt's friends even brought aso ebi for her son's graduation from sec sch. I just opened my mouth dey look this woman as she was listing the different good she was going to cook.just because she wants to pepper her nwonye-di (sis inlaw). I think the sch should put down a policy regarding this.

    Bv Ijeoma with the saucy gists,this same belief is also practice in my village..is an abomination to cut off what is being planted in the farm.They say it has spiritual implications.

    Signout meme is the truth πŸ‘Œ self love is the Koko.

    Bvs enjoy the rest of your day.

    E go surely be ✌️.

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    1. Anytime I come across your moniker I hum osondi owendi πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ not sure I got the spelling .
      Enjoy the rest of your day dearie.

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣 yes you got the spelling right.
      Thanks sweet Jewelu choc,and I wish you same too 😘

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  23. like play , today is moving fast........
    Good day every one......
    IHN is here........

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    1. Not just today,the month as whole and week..like I can't believe today is Wednesday 🀷

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  24. IHN is here! Dear Joy, how are you a nd your family? Hope you guys are getting better?

    I wish you healing and God's mercy.

    Xoxo
    CHOMIL

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    1. Chomil, we are out of the woods now and doing ok. Thanks.

      I believe you are referring to my Joy

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  25. Good afternoon people.
    The graduation thingy ehn.....I comment my reserve,some parents like karimi ehn! I don't have strength to type jare as I have a LOT to say on that.

    Blessed day to you all

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  27. Hmmmnnn. Nigerians and all these abrakatabra spiritual things eeehhnn.. na God go save us. May we not be victims of what we don't know Amen

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  28. IHN is here... Good Day All

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  29. Everything just cost for this country 😒πŸ˜₯πŸ˜“πŸ˜“

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    1. Honestly a bottle of groundnut 800 naira and I learnt it will be 1k soon..Naija wetin dey occur

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    2. Everything is expensive Blacky. I wanted to buy lunch bag for my daughter a few hours ago, I couldn't believe my ears. See me that wanted to buy what she would need next term before September comes, thinking they would be less expensive now. I had to go for a fairly used one, okirika. I heard it even lasts longer just not fanciful like new one.

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    3. Naija wetin dey occur after you people have uttered tons of negative words daily against the country. Words are seeds.

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    4. So expensive o. I just tire.

      Yes @phoenix. It is now 800. Some big shops sell 900 sef. This country don tire person.

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  30. May our well-meaning prayers be answered. It's a good day!

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  31. If you have money to bring heaven for your child do it. Stop feeling jealous. It is their money not yours.

    That plantain cutting, will ask if it has any spiritual implications but what I know is a that meetings do go on spiritually. But all the same I will find out.

    Good day all. Let's stop quarrelling as it does not make you a good person. Your character speaks for you if you are a new Adam or the old Adam.

    It is well with us all Amen

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    1. Lol. Witches meet under plantain trees if what we watch in Nigerian movies are to be considered.

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  32. I've lost my sense of taste and smell since Friday night. How do I manage it with my pregnancy?

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    1. I know pregnancy comes with its symptoms but I'll advise you go do a covid test to be on the safe side.

      Covid in pregnancy is bad. We almost lost my sister last year. Thank God for for keeping her qnd the baby safe.

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    2. Now I'm scared. Thanks for your reply

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    3. It could be pregnancy induced. I experienced same earlier this year with 5 months. Everything was tasteless even pepper and couldn't smell anything. I burnt a pot meat and the chunks of were charred. I didn't perceive any odour while it choked my husband.

      My sense of taste returned in about 2 months but till today, my sense of smell is not fully back. Every bad smell I perceive has the same odour.

      At first I thought it was Covid but my husband never complained of any symptoms nor I apart from those two

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  33. Ijeoma I also heard it in the village back then. You don't cut down anyone's sweat on the farm like that, anything planted and cut down by another person in anger, if the planter cries out and curses the culprit, the person will be doomed.

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  34. Good afternoon all....it's been a nice day, hope the same goes for you all...looking towards a great day ahead. God's blessings y'all, have a good one. #ChrisSaysHi

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  35. The graduation gist, in the school where I was teaching back then, birthday parties were banned, during graduation too, no fanfare from any parent, all the celebration is handled by he school.

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    1. Better school

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    2. Mercy that your former school was not a big man's school. They will not free if my own School tries it

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    3. Same in my children's school, they canceled birthday and others when parents turned it to avenue to do and overdo themselves

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    4. The rich parents of my school will not agree I mean*

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  36. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  37. My brother and his wife have been quarreling. She moved back to her parents house two weeks ago. They are 7 months pregnant and she feels they need a bigger house before the baby comes.they live in a self contained apartment. My bro says he can’t afford a bigger house now but wife nor wan hear I don tire.

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  38. RIP to the dead man. There are so many cultural beliefs that we shouldn't take with a pinch of salt.
    Good afternoon all

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  39. Good afternoon blog famsπŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’šπŸ’š

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  40. Naija people with their mentality. Schools should regulate how these parties should be done. Haba...
    Hmmm this life no balance and e no go ever balance sha

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  41. Hello everyone.. Goodafternoon tl you all

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  42. Jeeezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz,the young man died just like that???????????LIFE

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  43. A man complained during PTA that some parent should stop changing cars,they used in dropping their kids,πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚,that its oppression,if you see laughing that day,some parent said even if they have jets,they will use it to drop their kids,that its nobody's business

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣 oppression kwa

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    2. How does this one relate to the graduation and birthday gist up there aunty toun?

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    3. Deheroine πŸ˜‚
      Anon aunty to un ke? Meaning what o.

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    4. The bect complain will be about the clothes they were to the school, let them make a uniform for dropping off kids. Mtvheew, wetin o no go read, while we daily strive to make our lives better, we should never forget and ACCEPT that some will.always be better than us

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  44. @treasures you are indeed funny ooh... For the poster that discussed about the man who cut out plantsin during altercation with his landlady, It is well with his soul. RIP

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  45. Ceremony for appeasing is done on an
    Eke market day that falls on the 1st day of a month within a year.
    That is the 1st market day according to traditional calendar, a day for turning around evil done to children.
    This ceremony is organized and performed by the Heathens, they(about 4) come kitted and with an oji(a long totem) on the right hand of their leader. A woman heathen comes with them,she comes in an all white wrapper duly tied round from her chest down, draped in white chalks and a long scarf running down her spine. She's called The Ezenwanyi who accepts your items one after the other then hands them back to you to go drop at a junction same night.
    She bears a totem too; it guides the way clears the evil spirits at midnight or the process won't be completed. They're likely to upturn it.

    The good thing about the process is that no man or woman touches you. They stand to watch that you keep to instructions, lay the items in the white pots in order and shake well when instructed to begin the process while some members of the family can watch from a distance. If it's dark, they can light native candles.
    Items normally required include many newborns or day olds:
    Day old spotless white chick.
    A Oneseed kolanut bud( Γ³jΓ­ ofu mkpΓ­).
    2 cowries,white in color(ego ayΓ³lΓ³)
    A big white hen (nnekwu).
    White baby beads or hair pins known as ngìlìnga nwa or aka nwa.
    A small bell painted white( mgbìlìmgba nwa).
    Day old white goat kid with the placenta( this is the hardest to find)
    as nwa ewu ocha is a scarce breed but somehow they get around it. Most times the family takes months to book a pregnant white goat and monitor the delivery. It can be induced to birth at a time as long as it is due.
    Freshly cut bunch of plantain with the fluid dripping from the thick stalk.
    A white strip of cloth is tied to the stalk.
    Can't remember the rest of the items but they're all affordable and no raw cash is taken. No blood drips anywhere and there are no incisions on any body part.

    Your 1st process is at midnight, few hours before 12 holding plantain leaves on both hands to call your full names and those of your parents and grandparents only(ikwu ato is the name process). Then state your offence and plead for forgiveness. You get guides on how and who to call their names into the 5(?)pots.
    2nd you proceed to a 3 way junction led by Ezenwanyi to drop the pots. The Heathens will carry it away and complete the process provided none is cracked or broken on the way. They are usually small anyway.
    3rd step, you shower when you get home using a small white soap which must finish and sleep in a white cotton outfit.
    4th step, the following day at sunrise, usually between 7am and 8am depending on the weather, you hold one kolanut that has 5 parts in your right hand and an nzu(white limestone) in the left and speak into the sun.
    Give God thanks for honoring your plea, call the names you'll want your unborn coming babies to bear, declare what you want them to become then go drop the kolanut and nzu in a bucket of water, shower with it and burn the white cloth you slept in. The kolanut is crushed and thrown away and the nzu melts in the bathing water.
    Notice that nothing gets into your mouth.

    Xhlrted P

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  46. Part 3. Last page

    Your family can do Thanksgiving on Sunday( Christians, hmmmm), share biscuits, fanta orange(only) and sweets to kids from the neighbourhood after church service where the Reverend gets to pray and annoint you as the case may be.The weight of the party depends on your pocket but it's advised that it's toned down because sugary things aren't good for kids.

    Thereafter,you're FREE!

    Please don't try to argue that because you or your family are born again christians, you will never follow the process.
    My dear you are A Goner!
    The ways of the "gods" are deeper than we know.When you're warned to avoid them. AVOID THEM.
    When you're told to give to Caesar what is Caesar's. GIVE TO CAESAR and go away. In all, let your blood not drop anyway or receive any cuts on your body.Blood covenant is deadly.
    And always Think before you lift a Cutlass! The gods are wise.
    We can only explain the physical,they know the spiritual and they are holding it down well.
    Stay out of the "gods' way" and hold your own side well.
    They make their demands at the right time and you can't escape it.

    Bv Ijeoma.
    Another one is: the spirit under the ogilisi tree.MΓΉΓ³ nΓ³ n'ukwu ogilisi ebe ana alΓ³ mΓΉΓ³.
    That tree? Hmmm.There's a reason you don't pour water to the root or cook near it if it's in your compound.
    Maybe when you write about an issue on it, I'll explain further.Or we explain further. Haha. Every bv knows something.

    That will be all. Please ignore typos, I'm 'wungry', arguments are welcome,will join in if need be.I have to eat.
    Stella Kork and bvs.E go be!
    Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
    This "e go be" makes make me laugh like a hyena. Gaddamnit!

    Ciao. Hasta luego!
    Xhlrted P.

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