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Friday, May 12, 2023

FRIDAY IN HOUSE NEWS

 Hailings!



IN HOUSE MEMO

Bonjour Γ  tous, je prie pour que votre vendredi soit bΓ©ni. 
Que Dieu nous bΓ©nisse tous .
No Soso did not pay me for starting a column SOSO SAYINGS, I just saw his content and liked it... I dont even know if he is aware but you can help me tell him and suggest a price since you allege he paid me.

BV Amebonamywork i saw what you posted.....*wink*

Have a great day and stay out of trouble...




I will read and reply comments again from next week......


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FROM THURSDAY IN HOUSE NEWS

''There's this Hausa Christian guy in my area. He sells tomatoes and pepper dem. He's quite young, handsome and makes about 150k monthly from his business. He uses a nice Android phone and wants to buy land. The guy is a nice guy. I'm listing these details because I believe some young girls in my area are aware of all these and is probably why they throw themselves at him. 

He tells me about how some of them woo him, buy him valentine gifts and all. These are girls in SS 2-3, admission seekers and a few University students in 100-200 level. Now, he's dating one of his toasters. He believes she genuinely loves him because she's the one that asked him out. That's not what even bothers me.

What bothers me is that the girl is about to resume school as a fresher. She has asked him to get her a laptop for her assignments and all. His budget is 150k. He knows I sell UK used laptops (grade A). (It's actually a dropshipping biz). My head says I should mind my business and pocket my profit. 

My heart says I should try to get him to shine his eyes. I mean, I feel he should focus on buying the land he wants to buy before spending 150k on a girl that's most likely seeing him as a mugu. I'm still looking for an opportunity to advise him. I don't even know if he will take the advice sef. 

I want to ask him to pretend to be broke for 2 to 3 months. If she stays, then he can buy her the laptop. Abi...


Mind your business


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FROM FRIDAY SPONTANEOUS POST FOR FOR THRUSDAY 
CHRONICLE POSTER  

''To the chronicle poster from yesterday, I recognize this pattern. This is most likely the first acceptance or the semblance of it you have received in your whole life. It looks to you like the first time you are being seen or heard.

As an older woman, I am here to tell you it is not what you think. It’s a camouflage. One of the men has been kind to you because he recognizes the pattern. The one who says to look for someone who loves you even though he didn’t put it this way. Please find yourself because you haven’t.

Learn for yourself what is broken and fix it to gain self love and acceptance and if need be, write down what true love and acceptance means because sexual attraction and lust is not. This is a slippery slope and please, do not spiral. I wish you the love.''



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GIST POSTED IN THE WRONG COMMENT SECTION

''So married people that cheat, how do they do it. Me that was a jagaban in multiple dating in my single days . I’m married but seriously s#x starved as hubby is not ready to please me how I like it.

So I’m always fantasizing and ocassionally m#sturbate to cum. I always imagine someone eating me out especially one foolish dude that I had serious chemistry with but could not bring myself to date: God abeg o. Even inside marriage he’s always tempting me and all, but I’m done with that life.

A hot colleague was now trying his luck with me o, me that I’m too serious at work. Abi I was subconsciously flirting with him ni. Cos I can never do any nonsense with a co worker, for what na!
Come and see serious irritation. Like all his s#xiness just disappeared from my mind. Just warned him to respect himself please.
Young married dude. I wonder why people marry early when they are still for the streets.

I think with this encounter of mine, I’m truly done with that part of me.
Stella no vex, pls post. I’m just bored as I nor too get friends for real life. Lol''



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VACANCY FOR ANONYMOUS BLOG VISITOR

''Dear Stella,

Your blog is a life giver. I have been an ardent reader of your blog since 2013 but never commented.

My name is********* (you can verify me online). I own an education consulting firm by name ************with head office in Yaba and branches in some other states in Nigeria.
I deliberately included my details just so you could verify my claims.
I saw the attached in the comment section of Thursday's In-house news. We are currently recruting for the role of Client Relationship Representative ( which is same as Customer Service) and it will be a good opportunity to recruit from your blog.
Kindly advice the person that dropped this comment to email her application and CV to **************** or the person can apply through you.
Please hide my details incase you decide to post this''.




If you dropped this comment, please contact me so that i can give you the contact info of the CEO... if you do not contact me and someone else with the same qualification does, I will pass on the info....



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The power of a parent's tongue


A story is told about a young Thomas Edison who came home one day with a paper for his mother. He told her, “My teacher told me to give this paper only to my mother.”
Thomas’ mother read the note and her eyes filled with tears. Thomas asked his mother what the note said, and she read aloud,


“Your son is a genius. This school is too small for him and doesn’t have enough good teachers for training him. Please teach him yourself.”
And that’s exactly what Thomas’ mother did; she home-schooled her child with devotion and dedication. As the story goes, many years later after Thomas Edison’s mother passed on, and he was now one of the world’s greatest inventors, he found a folded paper among other family items. He opened the very same paper that had been handed to him to give to his mother and read the following message:

“Your son is mentally ill. We won’t let him come to school anymore.”
At that moment, Edison realised what his mother had done for him so many years ago. He wrote in his diary: “Thomas Alva Edison was an addled child that, by a hero mother, became the genius of the century.”
“The words of the reckless pierce like swords, but the tongue of the wise brings healing.”

Can you imagine what might have happened to Thomas Edison if his mother had read to him the reckless and hurtful words written by his teacher? He might never have invented the light bulb or made his many other contributions to society.
Thank God for the wisdom and wise words of his mother! She created the context in which her son could grow to his full potential.

Let’s take this message to heart and resolve to use our words for healing today. You might be a parent, what do you say to your children.... You might be a teacher, what do you say to your student... especially the ones that are not really performing well presently..

What do you say about your parents, family, boss, subordinate, leader, colleague, follower.... Just as hurtful words can cause uncontrolled damage for life, so can wise words positively affect a person for life. May the words you use today change a life for the better.
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95 comments:

  1. Good afternoon, lovelies.
    Which is usually sweeter between the food cooked with a gas cylinder and firewood? Do you cook with something different?

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    1. Fire wood party jollof rice, is the best.

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    2. If it is moimoi,(leaf) firewood is better likewise jollof rice

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    3. Firewood jellof rice, the smoke gives it a special aroma and flavour I can't describe, though I use gas.

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    4. You can achieve the smoke smell by allowing it to burn

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    5. Lol
      Y'all are spot on jare but the stress whilst trying to use the firewood ehn

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  2. A young man went to a grocery shop to get noodles and discovered it was only a little boy in the shop, so he decided to take advantage of it.
    "How much is a pack of super-pack noddles?" He asked the little boy."170 Naira." The boy answered.
    "Ah ah, 170 Naira for just one super pack? It's too costly. I use to buy it for 70 Naira." The man said without smiling, even though he bought it for 180 somewhere else the previous week.
    "How many should I bring?" The boy asked."Bring 20 packs." Said the man.He gave the little boy 1400 instead of 3400 and joyfully carried the noddles home, believing he had cheated the boy.
    Two weeks later, he returned to the shop and made sure the boy was the only one there before he went.
    "How are you doing boy, let me have 20 packs of the super pack noodles I bought for 70 Naira last week." He said to the boy.The boy's mother who was busy making calculations below the counter quickly got up."Johnny, why did you sell super pack noddles for 70 Naira? Haven't I told you the price?"She questioned angrily.
    "Mum, it's the expired ones you told me to dispose,"Johnny answered.On hearing that, the man fell and fainted immediately..
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    Good afternoon TGIFπŸ’—πŸ’•πŸ’›πŸ’πŸ’žπŸ’ŸπŸ’œπŸ’™πŸ’–πŸ’š❤πŸ’‹πŸ˜

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 cunny man die, cunny man bury am πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. One day bush meat will catch the hunter.

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    3. Ha ha ha anon you know go kill me with laugh

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    4. Serves him right 🀣

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  3. Omo (in Jectimi’s voice πŸ˜…), Mothers we are trying ooooo. Kia, I don’t know the type of absentmind way enter me this morning. As I was brushing teeth, I started thinking, wow, Oral B now has strawberry flavor, this is nice. Suddenly I realized that the tooth brush was softer than usual. People of God, I look toothbrush, Lo and behold, it’s my son’s own, πŸ˜… I tire. Both paste and brush were his. I intended rinsing it off and replacing it in the holder. That is how yours truly absentmindedly brush teeth with Colgate 0-2yrs toothpaste and brush πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚dont no Colgate have toothpaste for children, I'm tired of buy macl* an 0-6, too much fake in the market.

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    2. I love kid’s toothpaste, great flavours and less fluoride. I use men’s deodorant too, no aluminum.

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    3. There is colgate 0-2yrs and 2-5yrs also.

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    4. Ms Tee, children Colgate is so nice and we'll flavored. My kids use it

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    5. Please replace your son's toothbrush now that you have mistakenly used it.
      To avoid introducing microorganisms from your mouth to his, his immune system is not yet fully developed.

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  4. Weekend is hereπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌ

    I will definitely take the needed rest.

    @ Cynthia Iyede, you talked about the movie "breaking bad" last week. Is it action film? I want to download it.

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  5. Welcome IHN πŸ’œ
    Greetings everyone
    The weather is cloudy,I sincerely hope it rains ....the heat has been much off late
    Bv XP, I'm only on SDK blog, thanks

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  6. GOOD AFTERNOON MY SDK FAMILY.

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  7. Good afternoon here

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  8. what a hot day!!!!
    God is glorious and kind!!!
    beautiful in all situation...

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  9. This life no balance at all and trying to find answers to some questions can lead one to confusion.

    God is great and he Is so merciful

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  10. Good afternoon greatest SDK family, Great!
    Is another weekend
    How is the going. Trust good.

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  11. Una good afternoon.
    Please advice the guy that want to buy laptop for his girl, whenever you have an opportunity to do so but be careful..
    Madam who is boring , please forget about cheating on your husband, please discuss what you are passing through with your husband on how he can satisfy sexual .
    Thank God, the weather is not hot as yesterday's weather.

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  12. Please tell the aboki to buy the land first.. your conscience will judge you if you fail to speak to him.. nice post by that Thomas .. congratulations to the BV who got the customer service work. Pray you mail Stella ASAP.. good afternoon everyone

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  13. Most businesses in Nigeria are now saturated, there's nothing new anymore.

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    1. I am so tired of clothes and food peddlers. I wonder how some of them make any money when they are hitched right next to someone selling the same exact thing. There isn’t even any difference in the goods, it’s the same Made in Shyna foolishness. All fusing of powder, oiling of body, bathing in magic soap can’t help them for having a lack of imagination.

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  14. IHN is here
    Good afternoon people..
    It's kinda cloudy here

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  15. Good afternoon everyone
    Preparing for PTA meeting which starts by 2:pm. They will hear big grammar today, that school fee that they increased is the number one point. .

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣

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    2. I hope they also increased the teacher's school fees o

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  16. Good Afternoon Neighbour's πŸ’•πŸ’ž✌🏻 πŸ‘

    Thank God its Fridayyyy

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  17. Thursday In House News..

    Don't mind your business, Advice him to invest wisely and make sure he buys that land..

    See the yahoo girl wanting to use that guy as mugu now, when later the guy would jazz her for wanting to leave him after chopping his money, people would come here and be calling him all kinds of name.. this is why I don't pity these people

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    1. Thank you this mind your business talk can be so annoying it’s not always advisable aren’t we supposed to be our brother’s keeper.

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  18. Thank God is Friday. Time for fun but am indoors as always

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  19. Overthinking increases your chances of mental illness, disturbs your sleep and interferes with problem-solving.

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    1. Overthinking?
      I have learned my lessons after my BP went up few motnhs ago

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  20. Just as hurtful words can cause uncontrolled damage for life, so can wise words positively affect a person for life. Friends, please let's choose our words wisely.
    I greet you all❤️πŸ’•πŸ’š

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  21. Madam laptop seller. Biko mind your business. If he does not buy from you. He will buy from someone else to give her. There is this joy young uneducated men have dating an undergraduate. Allow him learn his lessons like other men.

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    1. The poster should advice him wisely. If he wants to support the girl, fine but he should shine his eyes and shouldn't cry later that he sponsored her through school and she dumped him.

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  22. I am planning on creating a new record. On my wedding day, I will share empty takeaway plates

    πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜†πŸ€£

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
      Try am and see if they will not scatter your wedding venue, especially those that bought gifts and aso ebi

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    2. You don see where dem dey stone bride abi na groom you be? You never see ba? Na the record you go soon set. Dey play

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  23. God please guide every parent to know what to say to their kids and handle every situation at every given time..

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    1. Amen!!! I totally add my voice to this prayer! My mother has damaged all her children with her tongue…all broken and fed up with what’s left of their lives. So terrible…not all adults should be parents!

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  24. With what my ears have heard so far and with what my eyes have seen recently. I feel married women cheat more than single ladies. Again 40% of secondary school underaged girls are dating married men

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    1. Most of those men are just pedophiles who are exploiting the poverty of those secondary school girls. Damn germs they are.

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    2. How many married women do you know in the full Nigeria to feel that they cheat more than the singles? The way you singles keep bashing married women is on another level nowadays. Wanyor wanyor o

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    3. Kidjo, don't mind dem abeg

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  25. Thomas Edison was still an addled adult even with all his mother did for him. And a reputed vile human being.

    For the married woman who is resorting to fantasies of past lovers, I am sure this is not what you envisioned for your marriage. Please speak to your husband about your physical needs. I am not sure if he is just busy or unimaginative. If you need to schedule the intimacy then schedule it for a day and time that works for both of you. Intimacy cannot always be spontaneous, especially with other life demands. If he needs imagination and creativity, there are videos made by a married couple to help others. The Joy of Sex book is still in publication. Please get the resources that are available and use them. Not everything comes naturally to everyone, some folks need to be informed.

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  26. Soso is a blog visitor and I'm sure he has a popular ID here, I remember when he did giveaway on this blog during his birthday, Stella said that Soso will go through the comment section and pick winners, but soso later asked Stella to pick winners herself.

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  27. Chukwu okike obioma, na beg I dey beg, please pick my call. Amen.πŸ™πŸ’™πŸ˜Ž

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  28. Good afternoon
    Laptop seller, please don't mind your business ooo, help him please.
    Enjoy your weekend everyone

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  29. 😍❤πŸ™Œ @Stellz

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  30. The lady selling laptops, please mind your business and sell the laptop that the Hausa guy requested for. One thing you don't know any about these northerners is that they are smart and cunning, whether Christian or Muslim. The guy knows what he's doing, has he not been having sex with the girl? One got a neighbour's child pregnant after acting all nice, generous and holy, and even promising marriage. Before the child was born, he disappeared never to be seen again. He simply relocated to his state of origin and began life afresh. The child is almost 10.

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  31. Mother's in the house. Please I need suggestions for a very good infant formula that is price friendly that I can give my baby from 6 months and also other healthy complimentary foods that I could be giving him

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    1. Aptamil, still price friendly somehow.

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    2. Peak 0-12 months is very good

      My boy too

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  32. leave that alone and mind your business, do you think he doesn't know that the girl is just playing with his head? Allow him to waste his money since he doe not have sense, he will surely learn from his mistake.

    Madam way konji want to kill, you better walk away from that marriage since your husband is not ready to perform his duties. Is better you walk away and get a man who is ready to give you enough sugar than die in silence? Do not cheat or flirt as a married woman.

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  33. Good afternoon
    Jummat Mubarak folks
    Have a wonderful weekend y'all

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  34. Thank God it's Friday

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  35. Haba Madam Stella, I was joking about Soso financing you O. So you saw that my comment and refused to post itπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ. So true true you dey swallow comments πŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒ

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  36. Bonjour Stella, que Dieu te bΓ©nisse aussi et bonne journΓ©e !

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    1. What's the need to type this without any form of translation for others?

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    2. Busy body. The anon didn't type it for you. Face front.

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    3. Milk abi Tea, shebi Stella typed her own too. Have you asked her for her own translation? Besides, Google dey. Copy and paste

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    4. "Hello Stella, God bless you too and have a nice day"

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  37. This week, I finally understand why blog visitors are the way they are with their comments. A lot of us lack the ability to empathize. We have lost the part of putting ourselves in people’s shoes. It is understandable that the average Nigerian parent knows nothing of parenting but providing. Paying fees, providing food, shelter and clothing is only the physical aspect of parenting. So many of us lost out on the emotional component of parenting hence, we are not balanced human beings. The result is what we have as today’s blog comments. I see the kind of parents you are through your comments.

    MI and wife are trying to figure their struggles out, no empathy, just judgement

    The blog visitor from yesterday is seeking acceptance, no empathy, just judgement

    Sofia is lost trying to find a middle ground between acceptance of her reality and the life she wished for, again, no empathy. Just judgement.

    In conclusion, you cannot be kind to yourself if you are not kind towards others. You only deflect. This is not excusing bad behaviors. This is rather suggesting that we regard the world as tough as it is and judge people by their most likely intent and not the obvious. Why and not what’s. A little kindness will make the world a better place.

    NB: criminal behaviors/actions are not acceptable and should be punished. This subject is outside of the scope of everything I wrote above.

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  38. Thomas mother's words... great lesson for parenting. Laptop seller what you plan on telling the aboki to pretend as if he is broke is good bc after everything if the aboki fine out that she is using him. Juju go follow o.

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  39. Good afternoon everyone

    AmyViv

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  40. Just Back from the book fair, extra lesson things ... Phew πŸ˜…
    One of our ex students came visiting , with plenty goodies for the school and Special "envelopes" For we teacher KaiπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒGod keep blessing and increasing Her.
    Who Says teachers reward are only in heaven ????

    Please make una dey remember una teachers o, 😁We are the reason most of you can read and write today.

    Cheers as the day progresses famz 😍

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  41. Laptop seller, dem fit use you grow their love. Your good intentions might be misinterpreted because I don't know how close you are with the said guy.

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  42. Good afternoon y'all πŸ’•

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  43. Laptop seller face front abeg.
    Aboki dey chop her kpomo(in Oki royalty's voice) so he felt he should reward her with what she wants. Just face front.

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  44. At that young age small pikin sabi ask man for money, please laptop seller advice him not to buy the laptop but buy the land, make the girl go meet her parent, if they cant afford it, let her manage in school till her parent can afford it.

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  45. Good afternoon Jewelchi Stella nwanyioma and all Bvs on SDK street.

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  46. If you are amongst those women with underaged maids and still maltreating them, may God make your kids to experience what you are putting other women kids through.
    We had maids while growing up and I ve a teenager assisting me now, I've never touched her one day even when she broke my phone's screen or when she almost burnt the house down watching tv while the pot of stew on fire got burnt. I just saw a picture of a child not up to 10years with a black eye and scars on her body inflicted by her madame.
    No mother would push her kids to be a maid for other women if not that things got hard for them,unless such mother is evil.
    Pls stop maltreating your help if you can't tolerate their excesses, do send them away.

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  47. Chai poster of the Hausa tomato seller guy, please tell him what you want to tell him.
    I hate when people use others.
    Madam married woman manage your marriage well o. Suffery dey fantasis o make e no lead to serious thing o

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  48. Good day everyone , thank God it's Friday. Thomas Edison Mama was a wise woman, God help me train my children according to your ways

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  49. Thomas' mother was a wise mother. Nigerian mothers will first curse the child very well, beat him and then tell him what the school said.
    Wisdom is a valuable weapon.

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  50. Good evening everyone.
    If someone devalues you, don't take it personally. It may be their tunnel vision that doesn't recognize you.πŸ€” They aren't even meant to understand your potential. It is for you to realize your hidden strength and create a magical journey for yourself
    ✌️
    Thank God is Friday, Happy weekend.

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  51. Poster from Thursday in house news, I second Stella's advice. MIND YOUR BUSINESS. This is the hard and bitter lesson I learnt this year from January to April. The people you are trying to save won't bat an eyelid when they turn their backs on you. Maintain your lane oo.

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