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Tuesday, May 09, 2023

TUESDAY IN HOUSE NEWS

Hailings!


 
   IN HOUSE MEMO

Shout out to you all....
Have an awesome day and stay on your lane.....
 


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DIARY OF A PREGNANT MOM

During my first pregnancy I had muscle pulls (leg cramps) a lot, these leg cramps were so painful they had me screaming in pains.

They were quite irregular and all. This time around its different, I am experiencing leg cramps almost at the same time everyday, like a regular alarm clock, between five am and six am the pain hits and the muscles remain tense throughout the day.

I have started to learn how to manage and prevent it, I think it’s working because I didn’t experience it this morning and I hope it stays like that.

Things I am doing are taking a lot of fluids, wearing the right shoes, taking calcium supplements, stretching my legs at intervals and raising them up while sitting.
I hope all these practices help in the long run because “my tired is tired “.


Hahahahahahaha you don begin complain? when you were enjoying it, did you call us? 


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PINKYS CORNER

It's so disheartening for one to stress his/herself and also risk money in buying a property/renting one in this country call Nigeria. From my experience so far, the worse omonile ever are the one in Lagos, followed by the ones in PH, then my Ibadan omonile. These people are so heartless and has no human feelings.

I can remember vividly, a young man I know very well(I got to know him through his son (name witheld because he was a well known man in Lagos). He is into buying of properties most especially land and then resells later. He bought hectares of land around Ijegun-isheri oshun axis years back(before government signed the jakande estate to isheri oshun road), to tell you it's over 12years now.
Anytime the omonile has issues in court, they go to him to borrow money and give him land in return, this has been their normal business activities until one day, they went to his land and began to sell off everything while he was out of the country, when he got to know, he flew back to Nigeria. 

He Went to meet their so called olori Ebi(if u are into landed property you will understand better). He denied knowing anything . One faithful Sunday, he went to the land to see what was going on but he never knew these people had been making plans to take him out, he got there with his friend and that was the end of it all. I think the first gun shot targeted at him missed it's way and killed his friend, they never stopped at that, they shot him also and broke his head beyond recognition.
After several investigation and several visits, nobody was held responsible for killing them. The wife was ready to fight it to finish but someone somewhere advised her to let go and if possible, leave the country. She and her son left the country some months after the husband's burial and never came back to Nigeria.

 One thing I noticed about these people is, they look for every means to sell a plot of land to more than a client, by so doing, the clients will have no choice than to fight one another spiritually, physically etc, during this period, the omoniles will be busy putting alot of charm on the land by so doing, taking away the lives of the innocent people. Once no one is left behind, they resell the land again.

Now, some people have began to either pray on their land once they buy it or use other way round after purchase . The day I went to do foundation at my land, I was almost killed, a man came saying he owns the land, it was war, all cement wasted that day, I paid workers for not doing anything and 10bags of cement had been mixed with coarse aggregate which was wasted that day. I cried like a baby. I had to pay extra 150k to olori Ebi in order to retain the land. God should please come to our aid because omonile stress is just too much.


Ah... na wah ooo... Not nice at all, I hope it is not the land you have started developing that they wanted to take away? means they will come again t to try to take it

Be careful oooooo

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THIS IS A MUST READ


Please read this carefully and get your son or daughter to read it too.

This post is about what happened in a typical middle-class household.

The son didn’t like living in his father’s house. This was because of his father’s constant ‘nagging’;
“You are leaving the room without switching off the fan”
“The TV is on in the room where there is no one. Switch it off!”
“Keep the pen in the stand; it is fallen down”

The son didn’t like his father nagging him for these minor things.
He had to tolerate these things till yesterday since he was with them in the same house.

But today, however, he had an invitation for a job interview.
“As soon as I get the job, I should leave this town. There won’t be any nagging from my father” were his thoughts.

As he was about to leave for the interview, the father advised:
“Answer the questions put to you without any hesitation. Even if you don’t know the answer, mention that confidently.” He gave him more money than he actually needed to attend the interview.

The son arrived at the interview centre.
He noticed that there were no security guards at the gate. Even though the door was open, the latch was protruding out probably hitting the people entering through the door. He put the latch back properly, closed the door and entered the office.

On both sides of the pathway he could see beautiful flower plants. The gardener had kept the water running in the hose-pipe and was not to be seen anywhere. The water was overflowing on the pathway. He lifted the hosepipe and placed it near one of the plants and went further.

There was no one in the reception area. However, there was a notice saying that the interview was on the first floor. He slowly climbed the stairs.

The light that was switched on last night was still burning at 10 am in the morning. He remembered his father’s admonition, “Why are you leaving the room without switching off the light?” and thought he could still hear that now. Even though he felt irritated by that thought, he sought the switch and switched off the light.
Upstairs in a large hall he could see many aspirants sitting waiting for their turn. He looked at the number of people and wondered if he had any chance of getting the job.

He entered the hall with some trepidation and stepped on the “Welcome” mat placed near the door. He noticed that the mat was upside down. He straightened out the mat with some irritation. Habits die hard.

He saw that in a few rows in the front there were many people waiting for their turn, whereas the back rows were empty, but a number of fans were running over those rows of seats.
He heard his father’s voice again, “Why are the fans running in the room where there is no one?” He switched off the fans that were not needed and sat at one of the empty chairs.
He could see many men entering the interview room and immediately leave from another door. There was thus no way anyone could guess what was being asked in the interview.

When it was his turn, He went and stood before the interviewer with some trepidation and concern.

The officer took the certificates from him and without looking at them asked, “When can you start work?”

He thought ,”is this a trick question being asked in the interview, or is this a signal that I have been offered the job?” He was confused.

“What are you thinking?” asked the boss. “We didn’t ask anyone any question here. By asking a few questions we won’t be able to assess the skills of anyone. So our test was to assess the attitude of the person. We kept certain tests based on the behaviour of the candidates and we observed everyone through CCTV. No one who came today did anything to set right the latch at the door, the hose pipe, the welcome mat, the uselessly running fans or lights. You were the only one who did that. That’s why we have decided to select you for the job”, said the boss.

He always used to get irritated at his father’s discipline and demonstrations. Now he realized that it is only the discipline that has got him his job. His irritation and anger at his father vanished completely.
He decided that he would bring his father too to his workplace and left for home happily.
If you are a parent, keep on talking to your children about what is right despite their frowns. They will thank you later.

If you are teacher, kindly remember that you could be the only father's voice that boy or girl hears, so don't withold it from them. Talk to them about the things they are doing wrongly and shape their unconscious world for the life ahead.
Its not in vain, let's keep on keeping on!!We shall reap the fruit of our labour .
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 FROM TUESDAY SPONTANEOUS POST

''Good morning my people, abeg I get one small issue and I need your quick response before I vex.

How do I tell my neighbor whose bed stack is always disturbing me when asleep most times when they are doing the do? Just too noisy and annoying, the most painful part is, their ring tone is not inspiring at all "what is hmmm, yeee, haaa,di e di e, so Fe pami ni''

NB: my flat is directly under theirs and the same room I use as my bedroom is the same location they also use.......
Just fed up with this wahala..
Please construct your words well so I won't receive wotowoto
Blessed day ahead''

Mind your business


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125 comments:

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    1. @Esther Okoro udominit? Incredible. That is deep.

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    2. 不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不

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    3. Some people are sadist,they are happy whenever another person is down ,passing through challenges or hard times,and you are praying for God to bless you,or make you happy,no you can't see happiness until you change your ways.

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  2. Good afternoon to you all.
    Sunny dayyyyy

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  3. Welcome IHN
    Greetings everyone
    More love ,less hate

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    1. Less hate
      Face front without hate but love and over look some querrelsome people

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    2. ✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️

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  4. A lady usually calls me Sir even after I told her to be addressing me by my name or even Mr Tee. There's nothing wrong with the Sir but I don't just like it. We're both of age, though I'm a bit older with two years.

    When I noticed she delights in doing that, knowing I don't like it, I no longer care or talk about it anymore.

    There's something about me. If I'm arguing with you, know that I care. But when I go quiet or solo, know that I'm done.

    I started addressing her in public and on phone calls as Maa'm and madam. I do this intentionally in public. She took offence and stopped talking to me for a while.

    I got a message from her saying, '' haven't I stopped calling you Sir?'' and I laughed so hard.

    Ara agbala ndi isi nkuka.


    She told someone I'm making her look old or even like a married woman when she's still very single abi I want pursue suitors. 不不不

    People can't condone or accept an inch of what they dish out to people. So funny and laughable.

    We're good now and lessons learnt.

    What a sunny afternoon.

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    1. 不不不不不

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    2. Lol..
      You're too nice sef..
      Person wey you for dey call MOMMY (with thick Igbo accent)..

      Don't stop calling her madam yet, let it continue for like 2 weeks to a month before stopping..
      You can't eat your cake and have it back..
      She didn't stop when you asked her to, do same to her too..

      You're not her slave that she should be commanding what and what not to do

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    3. @Boss be calming down biko

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    4. 不不不不

      Some times the best way to talk to a person, is by returning the favor.

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  5. Nice read about the father and son. God bless our parents.

    Good afternoon everyone.

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  6. It is well with my soul
    Good afternoon everyone 弘弘

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  7. Poster, allow your neighbors to enjoy themselves please.

    A good sex is therapeutic so they say.

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    1. Oga, Teejay is beefing you for what you said in the morning 不不

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  8. If you are a parent, keep on talking to your children about what is right despite their frowns. They will thank you later.
    Good afternoon fam

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  9. Lesson learnt from the write-up

    You can just jokingly tell them when you're guys are talking

    Have a nice day everyone

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  10. Hi people.
    That work story is not realistic though. Lol. But intention noted.

    Poster living downstairs... The wife is the easiest to talk to. Say it casually and joke-like manner. Then plead for her consideration of you. It's your approach that will determine her response

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  11. Fresh tomatoes is the new gold, if you can cook stew with fresh tomatoes now, you're a big woman.



    I greet you all

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    1. Sometime last week I got fresh tomatoes of 1k, my husband came home and was very angry that I didn't buy it properly because of how small it was. I even told him before I went to the market that tomatoes will be very costly now. That stew finished the next day to our amazement

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    2. Why your husband dey vex untop 1k tomatoes?? Nawa o

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    3. Jazmine, your husband inspects what you buy and ask for their prices?

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    4. As in, he will come and check what you bought from the market and you will explain how much you bought them one by one. This kain man na wah o. You dey try.

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    5. See as dem carry the matter for head. What's your business with how we run our home? Abeg face front

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    6. Example of horseband

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    7. Jazmine, truth is , when you bring your family affairs to the internet, people will put mouth, it is no longer private when it is put online. So, just ignore.

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  12. Good afternoon everyone!
    Hope the day is moving smoothly
    Baba God no go shame us

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  13. Good afternoon everyone

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  14. IHN don land.

    Beautiful afternoon to everyone.

    So sorry for all you went through Pinky, please try and get C of O for your land, and try and build fence round it. Anytime you want to go develop the land, kindly go with army officers with arms, dem no born those omonile well make dem show face, may God bless you abundantly.

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    1. Anne K
      Building a fence will cost almost the same number of blocks for building the whole house. Going with officers too will cost him money as those ones will collect money on each outing.
      The best is to go through a respectable man in the area when one wants to buy a land. Just make enquiries. They will not try any rubbish with you. The man will always call them to order.
      Another option is to buy from known real estate companies. No omo onile wahala with the good ones that have a name.

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    2. Analysis

      To have fence round your land, you need nothing less than 4000 blocks of any size which is the same block used for three bedroom flat.

      Now calculate, #350 multiply by 400pcs

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    3. Fence?
      They will break the fence or gate to gain entry and cause any damage they like. Who do you want to hold when you next you visit?

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  15. Poster I had exactly the same issue I wrote then a letter about their everyday collaboration and the noise is too much then faced front.

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    1. Poster of bedmatics noise, try this method, write them a letter and hand it to them, let both of them be there when handing them the letter

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  16. Day 9
    God is working it out...
    God is a very good, He does not fail

    Goodafternoon everyone.

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  17. Tough love from the father to his son..
    Same love I got for everyone here..
    Tomorrow, you'll appreciate all I done did ✅

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  18. GOOD AFTERNOON MY SDK FAMILY

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  19. When the root is deep , there is nothing the wind can do to it.
    Una good afternoon.
    Chronicle of a pregnant mom, this stage will pass, pele.
    What a busy day for me !!!

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  20. You support Arsenal to win EPL because Man City has won it back to back in recent times but support Real Madrid to defeat Man City in CL. They're still looking at your level of confusion

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  21. Thoroughly enjoyed the story on attitude. Attitude is everything indeed.

    Yesterday, I saw 'Eagle's Wing'. It's about the Nigerian Air Force. I'm beginning to show more interest in Nollywood movies about uniformed men.

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  22. Good afternoon Jewelu and Bvs.

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  23. Welcome IHN
    Good afternoon everyone

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  24. Good afternoon Stella and bvs
    That interview post is an eye opener. Keep correcting your children.

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  25. Pinky try your possible best to get C of O of that land,with that they can't read your land again..

    Good Afternoon Everyone ☺

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  26. Omo onile is a menace that seriously needs to be curbed. They should totally eradicate that nonsense. How is it okay for a group of nuisances to come lay claims to ur money just because u are building on a piece of land you've paid for.

    Imagine us trying to hence a building we've been living in for years and these things came to ask for fence money and you will have to give them or work will not commence there.

    The building I'm erecting finally reached roofing level and now I have to budget omo onile money as well despite the fact that they previously collected this money on the second building even though they are on the same piece of land.

    Take a look at them. They never look rich despite all they've been stealing from people. May curses continue to follow them.

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    1. That's too bad. Funny enough, we have them here in Enugu as well. I think they even have branches in most of the states.

      Honestly, the government has to look into it.

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    2. Those omoniles are crazy people o. You pay on every level of the building you get to.

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    3. You never still tell us whether that place expand or not.

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  27. Just read something, and it got my head spinning. On the the dark web are millions of breached data from top Nigerian banks, sold to the highest bidder. So dear friends, be extra vigilante with calls from unknown numbers, and impersonators. In a world where cyber security has become top priority, what are Nigerian organisations, especially banks, doing to protect customers data??? This is deplorable and a disgrace! BTW, I work in the cyber security space ...

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    1. Ofcourse, this is how firewalls are so easily breached and information leaked to the media. Mosquito net is far stronger that the cybersecurity measures that we employ currently in nigeria.

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  28. That post about a parent's teachings is a nice one.
    I remember walking back home from a mini market one evening with my daughter. She just ran off from side, picked up a pack of juice from the ground and walked a few steps, tapped a man and handed it to him. She told me it slipped out of the bag he was holding.
    I was angry. I warned her that she should never try it again. Next time if she wants to help, she should tap or call out to the ownner and bring it to their notice that something had fallen off from their bag or pocket. She should not pick up anything on the ground for someone even if they ask her to do so for them.
    She asked why, I told her that the world is a wicked place now, some will deliberately let their things to drop on the ground and when you pick it up for them, you can turn to a fowl or disappear outrightly to where they will use you for rituals. That I had heard of cases like that. My dear daughter was scared and promised not to try pick up anything for anyone again. I also warned her about some other nice things that she should adjust on. I know I trained her well but world don spoil abeg. We need to be wise.

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  29. Egg boost recommendation prior to ivf!! Help please

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    1. Co-q 10 is your best bet.

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  30. Happy Tuesday everyone hope we all are doing great

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  31. Good afternoon everyone I love the Father's advice story , this is one reason I still take corrections from my Dad even at this matured age . Even when my mother was alive she would nag ❤️ and I will be a little irritated but see today I use all her advices I am glad she nagged me it helped me in life too! Plus I am so old school .

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  32. Happy Tuesday. Wishing Adeleke victory. Poster on neighbors having sex, buy earpiece and cover your ears or if you no fit, pack out. Or you continue enjoying their efe pami hahahaha 不不

    Blessed day all. Nigeria is really stressing lots of people

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    1. Yori, stressing is understatement
      Tension of death out of hunger every corner

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  33. @Pregnant mum, it's good the muscle pull has reduced. I experienced it a lot in my last pregnancy but I'm not experiencing it in my current pregnancy. Mine is lower abdominal muscle pull (for loss of words to put it) especially when I lie down and trying to change my position or stand

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    1. That should be round ligament pain Jazmine. Very discomforting and painful something

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    2. Thanks for the correction Tuleyy. Yes, it's very discomforting

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    3. Tuleyy, it's actually different from round ligament pain. It's a pull on the abdominal muscle. Round ligament is in the lower abdomen/lower pelvis. They're two different things.

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  34. Good afternoon SDK family
    Trust you day is good
    I don't know the day we will hear good news concerning Nigeria.
    Imagine great grandchildren to inherit debt
    Forward I move

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    1. You will hear good news the day after forever mai dia. Be expectant.

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  35. Good afternoon everyone

    AmyViv

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  36. Good afternoon everyone

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  37. Good Afternoon Beautiful People! I remember those pregnancy days,mine was headache,the only time I don't experience headache is third trimester,coupled with tingling hands,I stroll alot and consume more calcium maybe that is why I didn't experience leg cramps,I try not to sit too long in a place.

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  38. Lagos Omo onile are very wicked. That’s how they keep on collecting money from brother when he was building his bungalow, from foundation to roofing.
    Even when he wants to dig borehole, they came and disrupted the process till they were settled.
    Their wives are now coming to fetch free water, but my brother told them that the water is for sale. They are now calling him stingy omo igbo, my brother reminds them how their husbands collected all the money from him. That they should use the money and come and buy water.

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  39. Hahahah @diary of a pregnant mom poster, "my tired is tired"不不

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  40. It pays to discipline a child.Even the bible advices us to train up a child in the right way and they will never depart from it.
    Good afternoon.

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  41. Welcome IHN. I've learnt one or two things from the stories up there. Lovely sunny Tuesday to everyone.

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  42. Please why do some men scratch their blokkos in public? I was sitting down in the bank waiting for customer service when this guy came in with shorts,he stood in front of us and was scratching himself and people around were wondering the same,he even dipped his two hands into his pocket to continue his scratching ministry 不 I asked my husband why do men do that in public? He didn't answer me,he was laughing instead...this is not cool!

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  43. That post about the nagging father shows that our teachings as parents actually enter these kids brains, just that some of them decide to do otherwise sometimes 不

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  44. Good afternoon people.

    Pregnant mum, I experienced that leg cramps too in all my pregnancy. It was really bad. There times I had to crawl to get something if no one was at home. Sorry dear.

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  45. Greetings my people & (Stella ma'am)in zee world accent.
    The way this weather is heat ans sunny in this makurdi, no be here.
    Let enjoy my boiled groundnut joor.
    No time ooo, to check.

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  46. God bless the father for imbibing good morals on his son.
    Cake and Pastries seller, customers fall on you.

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  47. Omo onile has been a very serious problem in Lagos for ages. I wonder when it will be scrapped. It can't even be scrapped, it's like Agbero, it's a part and parcel of Lagos.
    I never knew they are in Ibadan too @Pinky. Next time, you should just settle them so that they won't waste you building materials like the cement and all. They will waste it and you will still settle them in the long run. They are above the law.

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  48. Omo onile in Lagos is bad but Ikorodu is worse, they use bike to patrol the area at least three times a day to collect settlement even if its one bag of cement you're using for a quick repair.

    Eezi

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  49. Good afternoon, the Bible wasn't wrong when it said'train up a child in the way he should go'.

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  50. There a type of music called Binaural beats, that can stimulate and trigger special dreams.

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  51. Dear Queens,

    Smart and intelligent women don't ask for money, they just sit there and wait to see if he has common sense as a man. If he doesn't have, they bounce

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  52. Dating a Yoruba man is so stressful, you will be hearing "Hamisu Hamisu", not knowing that he is saying "I miss you"

    不不不不

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  53. Welcome ihn,hope everyone is fine? Someone actually invited me for a home service,I hate braiding ,it is a waste of time and the payment is small..ok..one thing I learnt is,no matter what I don't talk ill of people on there behalf and behave nicely in there present oo,reason why I reply any comment who say something that I do not like with my blog id,you see the people replying comments under anon,they are the real betrayal will talk about every.day.not a betrayal and I can never be one.muchkove

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  54. @Pinky, like seriously this omonile issue is no joke.
    I know of a Man who bought a plot of land close to Aunt's place, after placing his cornerpiece, he decided to check back and start building. When he came back, the family he bought the land from have already planted cassava on land without informing him. He told them he wants to start building and he was told to pay #100,000 for the Cassava which they planted, note; (this is different from what he will pay as fee for omonile) before he can start any thing. After he refused to pay the said amount, he finally agreed to allow them grow and harvest the cassava after then he will come back to start building his house. This same people after harvesting the cassava, brought another cassava bigger than the previous one and planted it again, so when the man comes they will still start dragging/dialoguing on the same matter until he forgets the land. Lest i forget, this people they use strong science too they follow this man matter ooooo....better science ooo.... In God I Trust.

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    1. And they don't do well in life. Sometimes their kids suffer too. This is why we should always pray not to suffer for our parents sins

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  55. Good afternoon beautiful people of God. How Una dey.

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  56. Uncle, you are still single because you are looking for a girl that can manage N500 naira, to cook a pot of assorted egusi soup


    不不不不

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  57. Good evening to you all, thank God nothing like omonile in my place o and if God bless me wella na to buy house for Lagos not land. Thank God for today. Tired to type abeg.

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    1. Pls bring us update on SP tomorrow. This one that you dropped comment, it means they did not lock you up, thank God for that. Hallelujah

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  58. By this time yesterday, comment don enter 200 because Stella announced 10k giveaway
    Stella surprise them sometimes by picking people for giveaway without announcing it.
    That way, you will know the real loyal bvs.

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  59. Fidel I came here to check whether you dropped free music app suggestions for me like you promised on SP. You don forget your sister

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    1. It's food season now, so allow baby girl to rest.中

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  60. Omonile issues in Ibadan has turn to tug of war both physical and spiritually my area do not have omonile issues but the other lands my dad bought had omonile issues, the land their office cooperative bought and even did c of o was resold, the matter is still in court for over 20years, the day of judgement the judge was transferred and he did not write the judgment statement down which was in favor of his office cooperative because that was his ruling at the last adjournment. Now their lawyer is demanding to be paid 5 million so that judgement can be passed but most of them have died and some retired so they can't raise the money, they even beg the lawyer with some money and plots of land when recovered but she insisted on the 5 million first. A plot of land in that area as at early last year was 4-6 million, omonile issues is not for the faint hearted. For our other land what we do first is red copy survey after investigation on the land history within the community then we erect a sign board using my brother name as a major gen. so as to scare them away and also allocate known famers on other part of the land so they can be our eyes and ears on the land.

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    1. This farmers fan too have their own wahala. Sometimes the farmers go diabolic on the land owner so that he won't be able to erect any building there and so they will keep farming there. Sometimes, the owner may die, fall sick without getting well, encounter difficulty in business, encounter police or court case, child or wife may fall sick without healing, etc. As a result, he won't think of developing any land

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  61. Omo, let me look for what to eat o.弗弗弗

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