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Thursday, September 16, 2021

THURSDAY IN HOUSE NEWS

 Hailings.... Friday is just around the corner!













NEIGHBOURHOOD AMEBO


How una dey my people? See today matter eehhh, e get as e be....


E get one woman for my area, let's call her deputy Jesus, this woman has serious issues with minding her business, infact she can go as far as going in front of the mosque to preach, telling the Muslim's that they will not make heaven, if she catch with trouser, you are in hell already, earing, necklace or anything like it is a sin, bum-short, you be lucifer pikin, we all know her, she lives alone, she is a Jesus chosen.

 I don't know if she has kids or if she was ever married, but some bigger people in this aproko business has been saying that this woman is sleeping around and she's been seen in some odd places once or thrice, I no fit believe because this woman is a heavenly candidate, she does night vigils almost every night, does morning crier every morning, it can't be her, besides she should be in her early 50's.


Well, they said that last week, one of the men she's dating, the wife caught them at a guest house, beat her black and blue, she ran, but just yesterday, the man decided to take her to hospital for treatment, the wife caught them again, the man ran, Hanty could not run, madam pounced on her, used something and broke her bone, they carried her back home with tear-tear clothes, the landlady said that some group of people came looking for her with police, saying that she duped one woman at Warehouse along Ijesha express, I come tire (Indeed pretenders sure do the worse)

We woke up to the news this morning that she packed out in the middle of the night and she's owing her landlady ooo for a year and six months.... the life no balance abeg.... una byeeeee




Nah wah...Some people when carry Church for head na dem do pass..







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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY BOY


I want to thank God for this miracle of a child. I always have words to say but they fail me today. May God bless you my son, may your name, Oghenerabomai Andre, open doors for you everyday for the rest of your life, Amen!

Guys please help me say a word of prayer for my baby boy. May God come through for each and everyone of us as he has for me''.




Happy Birthday ''Doc''...LOL
 Nice Isoko name... What does it mean?






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PINKYS CORNER


"Same Item different Value at different Places"


The same fanta we buy at the provision shop for #100. The bottle  is sold for #200 Naira at some hotel, the same is sold at the airport for #300 and at some hotel is #500 here in Ibadan.


Same bottle, same brand; the only thing that changes is the place. Each place gives a different value to the same item.When you feel worthless, change places, don't stay there.Have the courage to change your circle of influence and go to a place that sees your value.Surround yourself with people who appreciate your worth.


Everybody cannot make it in lagos and also not all will make it when given the opportunity to travel out of this country that is why you see an Okada rider in Ekiti State or Oyo State getting married at the right time and becoming a landlord easily than some bank cashiers because it the saying (Owo eko, eko lo ngbe) has come to play in their life why because so many things at the same time will come to an existence in order to take away that salary you thought it's a huge amount to you.(e.g rent, transportation, feeding, family wahala e.t.c), all these at the high side.


It is time for some of us and not all to sit down and think well to know if our present place has a positive effect on us and if not then it's time to take necessary actions.


I humbly submit.







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Mr and Mrs Dele Taiwo are our newest member, they are below average couple when it comes to finances but they were very loyal. Two months after they started attending our service, the wife reached out to me and said she'd like her second son to leave with us. She mentioned he will be of great assistance when it comes to errand since our daughter is still small. I couldn't say yes at an instant, I had to consult my husband and even pray.


I had in time past taken in a distance relative and they can be a handful but I was determined to impress the church as the good wife of the Pastor, after all, the entire congregation look up to us and we are expected to practice what we preach.

I had completely forgotten about the issue until after two nights. I had to discuss with my husband. He reluctantly agreed and told me to never complained if things go sour, he also reminded me that anyone who has a girl child must not take in any boy. I countered his theory by saying that the boy in question is barely 10. My husband didn't have any choice than to leave me with my decision, in his words, "You are usually the one at home, deal with it".

That night, I slept differently, God will reward me greatly if I accepted this boy, the church will see me as a worthy example too. No heaven is greater than this, I imagined.

The next morning, I put a call through to Mrs Taiwo and told her it was okay to bring the boy over when its weekend. She was so excited and prayed for me, she further confide in me that feeding her kids is sometimes a problem and having him staying with us will ease her and her husband's burden, beside, he would learn more godly behavior being around us.

The following weekend, Mrs Dele Taiwo brought Jaye his son to permanently lived with us, and his staying with me was the most difficult time of my life. He would steal from the pot, he would steal from the purse, he was a torn in the flesh. He was also a terrible liar. Despite the fact that I was good with cane, it became difficult to beat him because of what the neighbors would say.


In church, he would behave like a decent boy in other to create a false image for his parents, I on the other hand was careful to not expose him, it would put his parents in bad light and make me seem like an incompetent woman.


At home, he would never wash his clothes, he goes from home to school and would never gets to school, he played truancy. It dawned on me the parents knew about his horrible behavior all along and saw my family as a dumping site or probably a safe haven, or maybe perhaps, they thought we could change him or he would change since we were Pastors.


On a fateful day, I was in the room taking a nap when I heard sounds in the backyard, I looked through the window and saw Jaye trying to climb the fence, apparently he was playing with the neighbors kids, I warned him to leave the area because I was trying to get some sleep, I also threatened that I would cane him if I have to warn him again. He pretended to obey and left. Few minutes later, I was woken by the sound of his laughter, I warned him again, this time more sternly.



I couldn't hear any sound anymore so I figured he left, I was just 10minutes into my sleep when I heard a loud crash, immediately, I jumped out of the bed, my daughter who had been sleeping beside me also woke, I quickly tied my wrapper and made for the door, before I could reached there, I heard a thin weak voice asking for help, my heart jumped out through my mouth, that's Jaye's voice, I am in trouble! By the time I got there, he was in the pool of his own blood, clearly, he tried to climb the fence into the other compound, somehow he missed his step and fell. He had a broken skull, and his stomach had been pierced with the wooden stick I had up against the reptilian vegetable.. There was blood everywhere.


I didn't know where the strength came from, I picked him up, rushed into the garage, opened the car, put him in, picked my daughter, and drove straight to the hospital. It was until he was admitted that I remembered I hadn't call my husband, who in turned called his parents and brought them to the hospital. He was wheeled into the theatre and surgery was performed, thankfully, it was a success.

That was the last of it, that broke the camel's back. My husband insisted he must return with his parents upon his discharge from the hospital, less he puts us in trouble, In his words, "I don't want my good deeds to turn bad, what if he had died, what if the worst has happened"..



My husband could lose his job and we could kiss the system goodbye. I thought about all of this and I could only thank my God that Jaye survived. His parents couldn't say much since Pastor insisted.


That single incident left me in stitches, some months after the incident, his parents left the church, till date, I keep wondering why, we never told anyone what happened with him, guess they were ashamed or maybe worse...


3 years after, one day, I was in the market when someone tapped me from behind, guess who it was? Mrs Dele Taiwo, Jaye's mother, I was so excited to see her, its been ages, we exchanged pleasantries, I could see she was happy to see me too, I asked after he husband, her business and her kids, then I proceeded to ask her about Jaye, her countenance fell, as she gives me the lest expected revelation, " Ah! Jaye died last year September, he was missing from home for a whole week and the third week, when we saw him, it was his dead body in the gutter, with every of his vital organs removed. what??!!?! 


My heart was shattered, I was terrified, Where? When? How?? I almost fell down from shock. I had so many questions but I was in a tight place, she had to hug me to prevent me from falling, I didn't know when I burst into hot tears. She hugged me never to worry, that although she's yet to recover, it is in the will of God.


My bike man was waiting, I quickly collected her number with the promise to call her sometimes to know where her family now resides.


On getting home, I told my husband, he was as shocked as i am too but a little indifferent. In his words, "A stubborn child is destined for destruction". Hmm..

I couldn't stop thinking, . I wept uncontrollably.. He could have been 13years now. I didn't want to forgive myself, numerous maybes ran across my mind, but some of the greatest of them all;


-Maybe he would be alive if I hadn't given up on him?

-Maybe he would have changed to become a good boy if he was with me till now?

-Maybe if they didn't leave the church, God will still have protected him.

-Maybe he was an Abiku going by the full meaning of his name, Hmm, RIP DUROJAYE that did not wait to enjoy.






What a sad story...
Please dont blame yourself at all....






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TEEJAYS CORNER


I some stuff online and a post by John C Maxwell struck a cord in my heart. It reads; "When you intentionally use your everyday life to bring about positive change in the lives of others, you begin to live a life that matters."― 


 I  pondered on those words and said a short prayer silently. I thanked God for his blessings upon my life and begged for Forgiveness for the many times I misused a given opportunity I would have used to impact and touch a life positively."


Life to some could be a nightmare and all they may ever need to be happy or keep going in life could just be a little push.


Some time last week, I was about going for lunch when a young man approached me. Looking closely at his countenance, I thought he had come to ask for money but all he needed was food to eat .He insisted he didnt want money but food...

We both went together where I usually have my lunch and when we were done eating, I asked him a few questions about, his people and all that. I gave him some little money and my number.


Before he left, I told him whenever he has nothing to eat, he should come to the place and get a meal on me. He was so thankful and left. I told the woman that owns the eatery to give him food on my account whenever he comes and also let her workers know as well. 
 I was informed he has visited the eatery twice to eat and I felt knowing i could help a little and hope to do more

It takes so little to put a smile on the face of people.
 John Bunyan said - "You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you."



Nice one...I pray you do a giveaway here someday soon, no matter how small....
God bless!







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181 comments:

  1. Divine Health Confession!!

    I live in health every day because I’ve got the eternal life of God in me. I am not subject to sickness, pain, depression, anxiety, or any form of weakness or infirmity. I will never be sick in my life because Jesus rules and reigns supreme over my life!

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    1. Good pm to y'all on here and a very happy birthday to the young lad..#TBT

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    2. I just read yesterday's IHN.

      It's very wrong to call someone dear especially someone you're not familiar with.

      How can you as a business person say "thank you dear". I don't get it. What happened to sir and madam?

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    3. Hi Rhapsody,
      So does it mean anyone who is sick does not have Jesus reigning in her life?
      Thanks.

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    4. Please rest this dear issue! It's up to you whatever you choose to call anyone, leave others to do whatvis comfortable for them.

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    5. This anon 14:55, what is your problem? Why telling people to rest the dear issue from SP to IHN? That is how you told us to rest it in SP, is it your blog? Come and hold our hands na.

      Go and call someone that will slap you "dear". Your eyes go clear

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    6. 14:23, don't mind those castigating the poster yesterday. They are hypocrites. None of them can address any of their customers with 'dear', none I repeat. Not even their regular customers that they relate with all the time or see everyday let alone someone in the their personal chats whom they have not seen.

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    7. Professionally using endearment is wrong.
      By the way we are all different , we all can never be the same ,I was surprised how people were running the poster down.
      Let's all learn to understand people.

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    8. You people have come again with this dear stuff this afternoon. Morning no reach una again... That Amebo story really depicts you guys. Please don't push your miserable narratives on others. Sad lots.


      Lovelace

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    9. Hatelace
      You are the sad and bitter soul trolling people and trying to control how they comment here, get lost. Ewu

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    10. Professionally using the dear is not wrong chocolate noir. You just have to know when to use it. The way the poster relayed the whole scenario was itself not professional. Please let's learn to always say the truth no matter the circumstance...

      You anonymous lots are the hypocrites. Use your blog IDs if what you guys are saying makes any meaning to you zealots.


      Lovelace

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    11. Yes, rest it! It's been overflogged. Do you, and let others do them. Life is not that hard

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    12. Lovelace πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ pls tell them.

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    13. @stella, please cut TJ some slack! The prayer for him to BE ABLE to do giveaway is good but don't put him under pressure biko. You've said this over and over again! Haba.

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    14. 16.20 DEAR, you are the one clearly downing gallons of haterade. Leave lovelace alone!

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    15. 18:02 a.k.a Hatelace, you are the hateful one, no one insulted anyone under this thread until you came in. Your life must be very sad...

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    16. I am not Lovelace dear 18.26. If you are this happy in your life, why are you nacking head on top dear or no dear? Ehn dear?

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    17. 18:31, So You accepting being called 'dear' shows you are happy and not accepting it shows you are not happy? What a mentality!

      It is your type that a hoodrat in your area will call 'my love' and you will open teeth and open your thighs for him waaaa like Shoprite door. Good luck to you as you keep getting happiness with 'dear'

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    18. Dear 20.21, why are you getting so worked up and bothered, DEAR? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    19. Anon 20.21, did you study logic in school, or at least verbal reasoning? I'm asking bcos your jump into conclusion odikwa serious!

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  2. _*Never let your past experiences harm your future. Your past can't be altered and your future doesn't deserve the punishment*_


    πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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    1. Happy birthday Andre. May God bless you abundantly...


      Lovelace

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    2. Happy birthday Andre. May God bless you abundantly...


      Lovelace

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  3. One day it’s going to look like it happened overnight. Don’t you dare give up!!_RealTalkKim

    AIDS IS REAL,USE CONDOM.SUICIDE IS NEVER AN OPTION

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  4. Good afternoon everyone

    Today is sunny, sunny.

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  5. Wow, such a cute little boy! You shall be great and you shall prosper....Amen

    Neighbourhood amebo, can this be really true? Nawa for the woman o

    TJ, May God bless you as you help others and bless people that also give on this blog...Amen.

    I love that sign out meme,its so encouraging!

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  6. If you are outside the country, once in a while send people living in Nigeria money. It is not easy. We are not living down here. We are surviving.

    You go to bed at night, wake up in the morning having in mind that things won't remain as you left them. Keke you paid 50 for yesterday can turn 100 the next morning and there is nothing you will do about it. Iwe wee gα»‹ ọ kara gα»‹ njọ. Petrol you bought 165 can turn 250 the next morning. Cooking gas can turn from 500 to 550 to 600 in a single week.

    To some in this country, the ambition is to eat a good meal daily. Ọ kwa onye dα»‹ ndα»₯ na eme investment.

    If you know anyone, keep sending them money. 10,000 can only buy one painter of rice, one painter of beans, one bottle of groundnut oil, one bottle of red oil and 2 liters of kerosene. Ego agwukwala be that. How many days can it last a family of 3?

    Chineke mere anyα»‹ ebere!

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    1. You have an entitlement mentality, Go and work to take care of your responsibilities. You think money is picked on the streets of the “abroad”. People in the abroad are working in two or three places while you lots sit and wait for the funds. Keep waiting,

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    2. 20.54 πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    3. Nobody owes you anything! 10k small abi?

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    4. You think people abroad are having it easy ? The truth is a lot of people just prefer abroad cos the system works some people barely get by when they're done paying bills.
      I pray things get better in Nigeria, I pray there would be job opportunities and an enabling environment for businesses to thrive, and also something js done about the standard of living of the common man.

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    5. Eze if you know how they are suffering over there you wouldn't be making the comment

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  7. Happy birthday once again Andre, God bless you now and always.

    Amen to mummy's prayer❤️

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  8. The things I am waiting and hoping for...
    Hmm, na igu nkwu material to weave my baskets this weekend o.🧺🧺
    E sure go arrive 😝😝😝😝😝😝😝

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  9. Yes o, Teejay, about time for a real giveaway, not the virtual ones in story form 😁

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  10. Nna ehn, Nigeria still has a long way to go sha. I didn’t know that when money is fraudulently withdrawn from your account here, all you have to do is report to ur bank and you will get ur money back. Apparently, the money in ur account is actually insured. This happened to me recently and after about 3 weeks after reporting, I got my full money back.

    I remember when something similar happened to me in Nigeria and I went to report to UBA, the recipient’s bank, it’s only by God’s grace they didn’t use broom to pursue me from their office then when I went to report to my bank, Access bank, Nko? Those ones kept playing on my intelligence until I got tired.

    I didn’t even have to go to their office to write any statement, just called from the comfort of my home and I finally have my money back.

    Nigeria, one day una go sha sabi

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    1. My sister's card was hacked few months ago and Access bank fully refunded the money, that was in addition to them being proactive with blocking the card after it was detected. Not evey time you people will be badmouthing upandan.

      Meanwhile, here in the UK, in some cases, some banks like Santander will refuse to refund the money until they are hassled.

      There is good and bad everywhere, stop with the negative rhetoric biko.

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    2. The NDIC website is there online for you to enlighten yourself instead of generalising about info you clearly don't know about. Smh.

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    3. Buhahaha! Y'all should just try to be factual sometimes whilst wanting to run your home country down mbok

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    4. U clearly saw that I cited a personal example, if things have changed since then, u could have just tabled ur own case but without any drama. Awon my sister, my friend, my brother said….

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    5. Please, take a seat and enlighten yourself before forming know all.

      The moment you generalise, anyone has the right to counter you which I did. Eod.

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    6. Yes, my sister said, same way you said. If you are pained about being corrected, that's your headache. Next time, enlighten yourself, it's not that hard.

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    7. Anon, zukwanuike oh. Oya how much can solve ur immediate need. You been working overtime on my case, u deserve to get paid

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    8. All of you hiding under anonymous to insult Eka, I hail oo. I don't know why there's too much hate and jealousy in Nigerians. This is a free world, data is hers, allow her to use it the way she wants. Someone of us enjoy her stories.

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    9. Buhahahahahahaha
      Mrs Portugal will not let us here word. I know you will come and say I am a pained Nigerian resident. For your info, I am in a country where things work better than where you are and they speak English language

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    10. Now, it is that someone is hating on you. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Please, don't joke. Well, I have corrected the wrong information up there, so that's that.

      Supernova, what is the insult there? In your small mind, everything must be hating and jealousy. Smh. Anyway, hope you learnt something today? Before you ppl will start badmouthing the whole country next time.

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    11. You should solve your own immediate need first, don't you think so? Smh. Hopefully, you've learnt something new today to add to your know-all toolbox.

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    12. Eka don jam today 😁😁
      Story time, story time land of....

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    13. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
      Set awon story tellers

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  11. Half of the month already.. . The days are flying.
    Make every day count ❤

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  12. Happy birthday cute Andre, God bless your new age and make you a source of joy to your parents and loved ones.

    Pastor's wife, please in your role as the wife of a vicar, don't do things or show kindness with the first intention to please people. Learn to create boundaries even in trying to help those around you. No go do pass yourself.


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    1. Holla TSπŸ˜˜πŸ’–

      Happy birthday cute AndreπŸ₯³πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸ’ƒπŸ€ΈπŸŽˆπŸŽπŸ’™πŸ’™ God bless and keep you πŸ™πŸ™

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    2. Hi Paris hun 😘πŸ₯°πŸ’–. Lovely afternoon to you.

      Essa πŸ’• Love 😘, I saw your shout-out yesterday late. Trust you are doing great? Blessings πŸ™Œ

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  13. Good afternoon good people...
    Na wa for that neighborhood Amebo πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„shame no gree madam.

    Happy birthday to you Andre, live long and prosper.

    Happy birthday to your sonshine Fidel, may he continue to be a source of joy.

    Abeg lemme laugh πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

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  14. Exam is around the corner, yet nothing to show for it. I've never seen this kind of disappointment. My friend keeps telling me "*******" pls read your books, you're my friend and I don't want you to fail. How does he expect me to read and understand when I can't even concentrate?, I'm disorganized. He has bought all his textbooks whilst I on the other hand, has not even paid for any of them. And you know how Nigerian school system works; if you don't buy their textbooks, you're likely to fail.
    If I decide to go stand on the road now, people will still condemn me, yet no one is ready to help. I've finished learning my fashion and designing, now my problem is money to buy machine not to talk of opening my own fashion house. My mum (God bless her for me) has really tried her best, I don't expect her to do more. It's only when you're on the news for a wrong thing, that people would ask why you never came to them for help Lol. Now no one admits to having money, not even my late dad's family. I just want to give up. I'm having sleepless nights as to how to go about my exams and textbooks and even transport fare to school. I've no one to talk to, the internet has always been my companion and I'm happy that I've poured out my heart. God is my strength.
    #life of a poor Nigerian Student with no help.....

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    1. Why don't you look for a part-time job like a bar attendant, where you only work in the evenings? Everytime you people will come online to lament. No one owes you anything apart from your parents who gave birth to you. That is why why we advise parents to have the number of kids they can careter for if something happens to one partner

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    2. As anon above has said, no one owes you anything. Remove that entitlement attitude from your mind if you really want to move forward.

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    3. Fashion designing that need capital to start up, why don’t you go and learn how to braid hair and fix weapon. You don’t need capital to start up. Stop giving excuses up and down. Help yourself. Don’t depend or hope on anyone. Hustle ooo

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    4. Wait are there absolutely no jobs in Nigeria even if it’s in a restaurant or something?

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  15. Omo stella i want to rant.
    How will you leave your house when you know part of your job requires you interact with people or you know you would use the public transport system.
    It has been long i ate rich native soup from my village, but ehhn the mouth odour wey i perceive today na better ogiriokpei. E kon make me dey miss village😭😭 Stella my tummy change mood and my brain registered the odour immediately.. of all scents and perfume na ogiriokpei smell from person mouth my brain pick. Everything i try to smell na ogiriokpei ogiriokpei.
    Who i offend bayi.
    I cnt even eat, na soso fruits i dey take since morning.

    Abeg make una dey try brush teeth especially ya tongue. Make man pikin no go kiss 6feet before em time biko.

    I say make i spray small perfume inside my nose mask, but the chemical fit kee me sef before the mouth odour. Well we move oo😭😭
    Chaiii!!

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    1. πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ I basically can't deal

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    2. You need those fruits for days, why must you be eating loi loi , everyday, did loi,loi cuss you?

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    3. Wetin dis one they yarn?? Were you see loiloi for my write up or where you see say i chop m??
      Try read to comprehend abeg, no add to my anger today, i take God beg you.

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    4. Peaceful Wahala, I can relate oh, some people no just get chill. The worst part is that this kind of odour lingers. You don jam bus market people for early morning rush before? People should learn to consider others abeg, it haff do biko. Let's know the one that's health condition

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    5. Bus market people early in the morning wi be smelling, from their mouth to their body. I don't know how someone will wake up from sleep a d rush out without brushing the teeth or even rinsing the armpits and applying something that will not make them stink

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  16. Happy birthday Andre. May you be a source of blessing and joy to your family

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    1. Happy birthday cute Andre. Such a handsome cutie. You will excel and shine. Your blessings will be limitless..

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  17. Good afternoon house, happy birthday young man God bless you.

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  18. Happy birthday big andre! May you continue to be a source of joy to your parents. CHEERS!!!

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  19. Good for the deputy jesus. She deserved the beating and broken bones.

    Happy birthday Andre ❤️

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  20. Durojaiye
    if you are a parent, please consider the upbringing of your kids with strict
    discipline as a priority.
    Do not wait for the "pastor or teacher" to bring your kids up for you. This is the first responsibility that the Lord has given to you.
    And please, do not go to the devil in mediums to get a child.
    Such kids are a lifetime of troubles.
    So sad a read. 😒😒😒😒😒😒😒😒😒

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  21. Neighbourhood amebo your last paragraph has taken me out 🀣🀣🀣

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  22. Ladies, listen to your husbands reasons and do not pander to sentiments; "what will the people say, what image it will create of me"

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  23. Sunny Afternoon here. I feel like swimming but unfortunately, I don't know how to swim πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ. Don't know if I can still learn at my age.

    Stella, definitely I will do that once I'm done with the project I'm currently executing. The blog gave me a push, so I'm gonna reciprocate that kind gesture. I've that in mind and honestly I do.

    Good Afternoon guys....

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    1. Y to the I to the m and to the u

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    2. Ezege himself
      Nice write up and God bless your kind heart

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    3. Why do I feel u like to paint a good image of urself with ur stories? I dnt know but something doesn't sit right with u. If u can help an outsider(if ur stories are true) what stops u from doing giveaway for the very blog dat helped shaped ur life. You keep coming with excuses whenever Stella reminds u to give back. I put it to u that u are fake and my guts never lie. Time will surely tell. Stella please approve thanks.

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    4. 14.45 πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    5. Anon 14:45 I have learned something from his write up, most people are not trying to show off but they share their experiences so that people can emulate.

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    6. I absolutely agree with 14:45

      Being absolutely genuine doesn't hurt and y'all should do away with fakeness cos it doesn't make any brain

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    7. I don't need to do a giveaway here to prove a thing to you. If I choose to do, it's on my own free will and not to please anyone here or prove a point. What you read here is little of what I do so I don't care what you think or believe about it. You can choose to hate my stories and I don't care. After all, you guys only loves to read people's sub stories here and to mock them. So your opinion got nothing on me. Keep hating and when I am ready to bless people here, the same you will still find a fault in it.

      Ezege, is never pressured to do things. I do things on my own time and conviction.

      Thanks Buxomebony....

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    8. Teejay, I'm sorry to say but your stories just seem very off. Besides, God rewards what we do in secret, not what we show off to others.

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    9. πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ I can't wait to travel to Ghana for my vacation and do my own giveaway on this ever fun-filled blog..πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    10. 14.41 πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    11. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
      Old format

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  24. Good afternoon fam... Happy birthday to the cutie boy.. so sad for jaye. May God accept his soul..

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  25. Pastor Mrs, your story touched me but it's not your fault. The boy was not raised well from the initial time.. Your couldn't mend him because you are not a portar. Just keep being good and God shall reward you accordingly..

    Neighborhood amebo, the lady was a hypocrite and see how the devil laughed over her hidden ways..

    Tjay, nice one..


    Happy birthday Andre.. May your life glorify God. Amen.

    Good afternoon beautiful people πŸ’•.

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  26. Good afternoon everyone,

    Please don't blame yourself about Jaye's death,

    Nice one TJ

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  27. Happy Birthday Andre.

    I feel you Nazirites,its quite a sad story, but quit blaming yourself, everything is in God's hands.

    Good day neighbors ✌

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  28. Awww thank you ma'am
    Oghenerabomai means "God is with us"😭
    Thanks guys for celebrating my putus. Y'all are the best!!

    *Faints dramatically*

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    1. πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ Happy birthday to him and of course,he's loved..πŸ’˜πŸ˜»

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    2. Happy birthday to your cute Son. God bless him always. Amen. πŸ’•

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    3. God bless and keep himπŸ™πŸ™ happy birthday to your Sonshine πŸŽ‰πŸ₯³πŸŽŠπŸ’™

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    4. Happy birthday to him

      How I love chubby babiesπŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

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    5. Happy birthday to your son Fidel. May he grow up and make you proud.

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    6. Thanks guys! I'm just blushing anyhow πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    7. Happy birthday to your son. May God continue to keep him.

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    8. Fidel, your son is so cute.. Happy birthday to him.. He shall fulfill purpose in Jesus name amen πŸ™.

      Don't faint oo😁😁

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    9. Madam the meaning is " God is on our side".

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  29. Happy Birthday to you Andre..

    May God bless your new age;and here is wishing you many more years ahead..

    @MARTINS

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  30. Teejay and his audio kind heart part4

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    1. Me too...Everytime u render help to pple but where u got the ladder to climb up, you ignore them?it makes it hard to not believe waht some popular bvs said about you before.

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    2. πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ΉπŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ΉπŸ˜†

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    3. That his format is a very old one. Old bvs know it.

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    4. Yes o. We the association of old 'SDK members of bvs' know this format. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
      Stella where is that "member of Bv" Oluwaseun Ogedengbe? The originator of the slang "member of Bv". 🀣🀣🀣🀣
      I can't ever forget her name. Let me go and Google it sef πŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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    5. Member of BV πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  31. Happy birthday little cutie. Grow and prosper darling

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  32. Good afternoon my people.
    Hmmmmm that jaiye story is very heartbreaking,but poster should be grateful it didnt happen while he was still with them, the world would have labelled you and your hubby,even the mother will say you guys used her son to boost your power, may his soul find rest.

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  33. Happy birthday to you Andre God bless you

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  34. Wow such a beautiful isoko name meaning 'God is on our side'

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    1. WΓ΄ owΓ³ isoko den! Read it in iyede dialect

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    2. I'm from Oyede 🀣🀣🀣

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  35. Happy birthday handsome Bobo Andre. God bless you

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  36. Happy birthday cute Andre. You are blessed and a blessing. God keep and protect you. Amen. πŸ’•

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  37. Bvs please you guys should choke mouth in this
    My grandmother is suffering from ulcer and rhematism and I really need a permanent solution to this, like home made solution for we couldn't afford the medi. aspect of.
    A bv posted something related to that some months ago, please if you had copied it; kindly repost .....it's a matter of urgency.
    Bv Fidel, thanks for the correction in SP.
    Good all
    Stella, you are doing well.

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    1. For stomach ulcer, get 7 to 8 unripe plantains, peel and pound them then put in a plastic container, fill with one gallon of water. Allow to farmer for 3 days. Take one cup twice a day.
      This was posted on the 23rd of August 2021 in the comment section. I screenshot the post. You can go through all the posts on the said day.

      Happy Birthday Andre, may you grow in the love and fear of God. Amen.

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    2. In addition to unique's comment, For female.. You will soak 7 unripe plantain

      For male, you are to soak 9 pieces of unripe plantain

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    3. Ferment* @Unique

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  38. Good afternoon all. Neighborhood amebo on the beat. Some people don't practice what they preach.
    Nazirite ink, do not beat yourself too much about what happened to Jaye.
    God bless you Teejay for your benevolence.

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  39. To those that post story for us to learn from on this blog
    May God bless you

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  40. Bv Pinky, your first and second paragraph was copied. Always put copied at the end even though the other paragraphs are yours.

    Good afternoon Bv's

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      🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭
      Pinky d greatest, some bird is perched by the window watching your plagiarism moves, e go be for you soon.
      🀞🀞🀞

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    2. Thank you. Don't let Sammie from Twitter catch you πŸ™„.
      Pinky, most of us dey Twitter too.. Na Eva bottle water 100 get that analysis.

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    3. Stella warned him about plagiarism just few weeks ago, he obviously hasn't learnt.

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    4. For the case of clarity..it was not sure,,cuz I wrote this myself...am not on Twitter rather..

      What happened here at Ibadan made me wrote that

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    5. Bv Pinky, you wrote it yourself you say? And they are words for words by the original writer. Common, stop the lie and do the needful. I can even send it to Stella to post. Hian!!!

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    6. 18:50 pls send it to Stella and shame him

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    7. If you're not on Twitter, instagram nko becuase that's where I first saw it

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    8. You're very correct anon. Someone posted the Eva water write-up on a group I belong a few days ago and I was inspired, I even saved it. When I saw MC pinky's first paragraph and scrolled to the end of the writeup and didn't see copied, I was gobsmacked. Why take even a sentence of someone's work without acknowledging it? It's wrong on all sides and to think I'm seeing his comment denying it, is sad.

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    9. Pinky, stop telling white lies. I'm not on twitter too but I've been seeing meme of that write up for sometime now.

      Please, don't put Stella in trouble.

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  41. INH don land ooooπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

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  42. Happy birthday to you Andre.

    Nazarite, I know of a Pastor's wife whose nature is to have very few friends. But because her husband is liked by many and has many people wanting to visit him, she allowed their numerous visits and tolerated many of their excesses like when some of them visit without informing them prior to the visit. One night, she dreamt that one of the ladies that's quite close to the husband was trying to kill her. That was after she had been warned to be careful o keeping many friends. Since she had that dream, she lock up o. Visitations have been reduced to the barest minimum. According to her, she cannot comman go and die because she's trying to please their church members.

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  43. Good afternoon guys, I want to buy a good toothpaste that would help in whitening my teeth, what brand should I get? Pls beautiful people do not skip my question.thank you

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  44. Happy Birthday Dr. Andre..... God bless you.

    I used you as a point of contact today that the Almighty should be bless me too.

    Will surely come back and testify

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    1. Amen, God will cause you to have as many kids as you desire

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    2. Amen!!!
      God will bless you dear. And thanks

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    3. I say a big Amen to your prayers, we shall be here to rejoice with you too.

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    4. Amen. God shall reign Supreme over your affairs.

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    5. AMEN
      Same here
      Happy birthday fidel.
      Continue to age gracefully baby

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    6. AmenπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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  45. Nazirite poster, your story is touching. May he keep resting.

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  46. I think the name oghenerabomia means God is on our side. Some translate as God is with us or God is by us.

    Na wah to oretending Christians oooo... Only God knows his own.

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    1. The close yoruba translation 'Oluwaragabomi' means God protects/shields/envelopes me.
      Such similarities😊😊

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  47. In-house is here, neighborhood amebo na wetin fit that woman be that. T J givers never lack, continue doing the good work. Nazirite woman stop blaming your self. happy birthday durling baby boy in Tony's voice. Una good afternoon

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  48. Happy birthday Cute Andre,grow in the wisdom of God

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  49. Wait oh, so aproko na business and even get bigger people wey dey do am? Hahahahahahaha
    Mama de mama i raise hands for youπŸ™Œ, tuale.

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  50. Happy birthday to you little Doc. God's blessings on you always.

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  51. What a touching sad story, may his soul rest in peace.

    Fake preacher may she find what he I looking for.

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  52. Hbd Andre..
    RIP DUROJAIYE-TI-KO-DURO-JAYE.

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  53. Nazarite poster it is well please don't beat yourself up. It is well, very sad tale.

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  54. Happy birthday Andre, God bless you more

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  55. Happy birthday little Dr Andre may the grace never size in your lifeπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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  56. Happy Birthday Andre! You shall be great!

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  57. Happy birthday little Andre πŸŽ‚πŸ₯‚πŸΎ

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