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Wednesday, May 17, 2023

Wednesday In House News...

  I salute!!!



IN HOUSE MEMO

I salute!
I hope that your day is going smoothly?Hmmmmmm this woman crush Wednesday please allow me to celebrate .........MYSELF!.......lol

Please my people is there anything like beans stew? I saw somewhere someone talked about beans stew on Instagram... How can beans be used to make stew? It sounds horrible!!!
If you must know I do not like beans at all cos my parents abused it when i was a lil geh..Morning akara and stuff, afternoon moin moin and stuff and night cooked beans and stuff....ah ah wetin!...LOL

Please send in your Chronicle updates if you have any....


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DIARY OF A PREGNANT MOM

For about a week or so, I wake up like an alarm around two to three am to pee but I end up in the kitchen with huge portions of food and i eat...
Sometimes I cook a whole meal because I can't help it, imagine eating amala, stew and ewedu at 2am

I have tried stopping it but I cant sleep if I don't eat , I will be so hungry and start crying till I eat. On the flip side when I eat, I also can't sleep because I have to stay up for like two hours because of heartburn caused by eating such heavy meals.
I have stopped fighting it and instead I have started stocking up on quick and easy meals that require less prep time so I can go to bed on time.

This is all new to me because I have never been the kind to eat for two in my previous pregnancies.

I am tired but not in a rush to meet my baby, because new born phase is another drama on its own.

Nah wah... so so complain but if you born finish now see gbola you go run abi you go stay chop am? hehehehehehhehehe abeg i cant laugh



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HMMMM!

One evening, my neighbor, who had become a close friend, approached me in a state of desperation, explaining that our landlord was on the verge of evicting him.
He revealed that his rent was overdue, and due to losing his job a while back and falling victim to a Ponzi scheme, he lacked the funds to renew it.

My heart went out to him, especially since we were tight in the compound. Without hesitation, I offered him accommodation.
I followed him to his house and what I discovered shocked me. His home was almost empty, as he had sold off all his belongings. I was really emotional and later that night, I cried inside my restroom quietly for him

People are really going through a lot but they come out and put up a smile so you would never know the hardships they are enduring.

I took him out that night and we drank, ate, danced with some pretty girls and had a good time. I made sure he laughed and enjoyed himself.

For the next three months, I provided for him, lending him my clothes and giving him cash daily. He ate well and never lacked anything in my house. I made sure he was very comfortable in my place while I revamped his CV, optimized his LinkedIn account and crafted a stellar cover letter for him
I took his resume and his cover letter to all my friends, submitted his CV's to countless companies and encouraged him everyday

One morning in the third month he woke up and told me he was tired of Lagos and had made up his mind to leave for his hometown in Onitsha

I thought he was joking till he began packing his bags. I pleaded with him not to give up but he started crying and said he couldn't take it anymore and had to leave but I shouldn't worry, he will be fine with his family

When I saw that he wasn't gonna change his mind, I dressed up and wanted to follow him to the park, he refused, and said he didn't wanna be a burden to me anymore
I insisted, he refused and left alone to the park. I called him later at night to check on him, his number was switched off. The next day, I called again, his line was still unreachable. For the next three days his number wasn't going

I started panicking and since I didn't know any of his relative, I called the landlord and explained things, maybe he has the number of his next of kin I could call to confirm his whereabouts

My landlord was surprised, said he never asked him to leave, and infact my neighbor just called him one day and said he wasn't gonna renew his rent. My landlord said he was even surprised when he heard he had moved in with me and just assumed we decided to be roommates due to economic circumstances.

As I dropped the call, confused, and surprised, I went to his Facebook and saw recent pictures of him in Germany.
Baba had relocated to Germany.
The clothes he wore on the day he left my house were captured in photos taken at the airport.
I chatted him up and just asked why
He replied, "you don ever see person wey dey tell person say dem dey travel out?"
I blocked him'

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I am not in support of such behaviour but people are wicked and if you hear stories, you will not blame this guy who ran off without telling his helper...


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130 comments:

  1. Divine Health Confessions!!

    The kingdom, power, glory, righteousness, and dominion of Christ are manifested in and through me. I am full of power; with this power, I heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils, and do mighty works to the glory of God.

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  2. Whenever I make a bank transfer and get a debit alert, I buy myself a drink. E no easy jare! This morning I transferred money to someone; when the debit came, omo I had to get myself a chilled bottle of fearless drink.

    How did our parents do it? My dad had ten of us (I'm the 10th☺️ from 3 wives) plus a million relatives and we're all educated and standing strong. I wonder how he did it. Mehnnn kudos to him jare, na man him be. God bless our parents, I can NEVER stop praying for them. The things and people we sometimes take for granted.πŸ€¦πŸ˜”

    Get well soon Dante, you stubborn but we still want you alive.πŸ«‚

    Blessed day everyone.

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    1. How our parents lived is still a surprise to me. Taking off and visiting a sibling or relative inter state and being told the person they went to see just traveled yesterday? Things were done at great inconvenience and discomfort then. Or relatives showing up infront of the door un announced? Things were done in analog way.

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    2. Showing up unannounced my sister and our parents didn't turn them back instead they were welcomed with open arms, fed, clothed, some sent to schools, some put to learn trades etc. Doing all these without complain o, haba! So many inconveniences during their time but they kept their heads up and conquered. Now we're adults and begining to see some of the things they saw. God bless them abeg.

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    3. Dante is ill? Get well soonest and the Lord perfect your healing.

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  3. SIDE CHICK CALLS WHEN HE IS WITH HIS WIFE.
    HER πŸ‘©: Hello babe, how are you?
    HIM πŸ‘¨: The country is not okay honourable.
    HER πŸ‘©: Are you free? Can we talk?
    HIM πŸ‘¨: We are not free until we end the shortage of mealie meal.
    HER πŸ‘©: Where is your wife?
    HIM πŸ‘¨: At this present moment, the area member of parliament is with us on this matter.
    HER πŸ‘©: Can we meet later?
    HIM πŸ‘¨: Yes we have organised a meeting at 17:30 for a way forward at your branch office.
    HER πŸ‘©: Okay Babe, see you then.
    HIM πŸ‘¨: No problem, just prepare the documents.
    HER πŸ‘©: I love you.
    HIM πŸ‘¨: Power to the people
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    Good afternoon to you all πŸ’œπŸ’Ÿ❤πŸ’πŸ’šπŸ’–πŸ’•πŸ’›πŸ’žπŸ’—πŸ˜πŸ’‹

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  4. Stellz, lol, as tomatoes cost for Naija now, no kain stew wey we nor dey see. Water melon stew, Carrot stew and bitter leaf stew. I have heard all sorts in dis Kano in the last few days.
    But beans stew though? Omoh!! God abeg ooo....
    Una Gud Afternoon..#ALiSpeaks

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    1. 😁😁

      Bro,One of my paddy didn’t know carrot is used to make stew until he ate ours and asked for recipe.

      Funny enough since I met my wife till today;we have not cooked any stew without sliced or blended carrot and Green pepper..

      Gives the stew a very different flavour;me likeeyyyy😊😊

      @MARTINS

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    2. Martin's pls drop the recipe 😫

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    3. Martins: Bro, how una dey do dat one? Cos the only time my wife has used carrots, is when it's sauce - like carrots, diced liver, pepper etc. But not in blended stew. I could try that though. Carrots make sense normally.
      But dis beans Stew wey Stellz dey ask about, God nor go let me chop am. πŸ™

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    4. Omoh na wa o..I just heard of carrot stew yesterday and I was like...eh?
      But is it that the beans stew Stellz is talking about is gbegiri? I don't understand o

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    5. @Ali B and Bemorebliss,it’s the normal stew process,just a tweak.

      You need:


      Chicken
      Fresh tomatoes
      Carrot
      Green pepper
      Curry(Ducros)
      Benny
      Mivina
      Fung Yue
      Spicity
      Onga
      Rosemary
      Tin tomatoes
      Onions
      Crayfish
      Fresh Pepper


      After boiling the tomato and all,you add spices and just few minutes after steaming it,you add the blended carrots with sliced green pepper,then your chicken..

      Allow everything to steam and enjoy..

      NB- for a paint of tomato,carrot of #700(lagos price) is enough..

      Do have a blessed day ahead..

      @MARTINS

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    6. To keep imagining the taste of this carrot stew. I'll try it one day

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    7. Martins: Nice one baba. Will ask my wife to try this.
      Dis tomato price hike don bring out all my creative sense. Now wey banana cheap small, e be like na to try banana stew sef. Abi e go be smoothie stew? Oh Lord! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

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    8. Bia Martins, I just send this your list to my wife now, she don dey ask "baby, who is Rosemary and Mivina". I beg, I go call you make you explain o. Save my marriage bro! πŸ˜‚πŸƒ

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    9. Made the carrots stew about a week ago and it came out so well and am loving it

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    10. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜πŸ˜@Ali B,any shop that deals on spices for food will have it all..
      They come sealed in sachets😁

      As the names sweet,na soo your Stew go sweet..

      Regarding the tomatoes,nothing much;any amount will do it;must not be one paint or even half;life na as our money fit carry we go do😁

      Your stew game just went up after this Bro😁😁

      @MARTINS

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    11. Martins: I don die with laugh for office o. "As the names sweet, na so your stew go sweet". Honestly, Rosemary go sweet! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Thanks alot brotherly. Warm regards to your family. ❤️

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    12. Ali B, stop it joor.😁😁😁 but I think I like the Mivina. E go sweet wella.

      Martins, I will try this by Saturday.

      Time to change this Ofe aku, Egusi stew, native and tomatoes stew.

      Thanks.

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    13. Jules I think you are right. The beans stew is just Gbegiri.

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    14. Martins if you don't mind my asking, why so many seasonings and don't you add oil?

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  5. Good afternoon y'all
    Lord, I put all my trust in you.

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    1. He will come through

      Holla Babe πŸ’•

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    2. Good afternoon pretty girlie

      Using people is a turn off for me. You have money to travel abroad, but you still perched with someone and became a parasite. That's evil and wicked.

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    3. Thank you HF Beddings. Look at all the lies that man told. Abeg that dude is a cold dude. I would cross you off my list ASAP. Such person no get conscience and can never be trusted.

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  6. Do you know how to jump start your car when need be? because, so many people has destroyed the car's brain box during this process. It just happened to someone now and I tend to educate us in here about jump starting your car.

    imagine we have two cars

    *One is dead and the other is the Donor.
    let me give the battery head a number

    Number 1 is +positive side(battery head) of the dead car

    Number 2 is +positive side(battery head) of the Donor

    Number 3 is is the - negative side(battery head) of the Donor.

    What you do is, you connect the jump starter red wire on the positive head of the Donor and connect the other end to the positive head of the dead car. Then , you connect the the black wire of the jump starter wire on the the negative head of the Donor and connect the other end to a metal close to the dead battery instead of placing it on the negative head of the dead battery.

    there is always a metal close to the battery or the metal thread rod holding the shock absorber.

    connecting Red on Red and black on black most especially if the donor is switched on can give a double charge on the dead car's brain box making it to fuse.

    There is also a procedure in removing the connected wires.


    please take this from me, though, I don't have a car now but I have some helpful tips about them due to my experience

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  7. Welcome IHN πŸ’œ
    Greetings everyone
    Bv Nnukwu Nwayi,hope you're fine ma

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  8. Good afternoon everyone.

    BV Dante, hope you're getting better?
    I'm having a busy day today...

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    1. Pele πŸ€—

      @Erika Hon ❤️πŸ’œπŸ’– hope you're good? Kisses and hugs πŸ’‹πŸ€—

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    2. Hi Paree πŸ₯°πŸ€—, I'm good and you? Been super busy but will resume commenting soon.

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  9. The guy that travelled out should have at least told his friend/helper after he got there. That his own is wickedness.

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    1. Only to be filled by a post about attitude. Stella, no abeg.

      He consciously deceived his neighbor and then conned him for months. That guy is evil and dangerous. The poster was lucky Germany was the plan and not money ritual.

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  10. wow!! The japa guy no try at some point abeg. In 3 months, he should have been able to know if his helper was real or evil, but all the same, this is 9ja, one wont blame him too.

    The pregnant lady should enjoy this awesome phase abeg. Its so worth it. Baby dust on all TTC mothers Amen

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    1. I blame him jare. Some people think they are too wise.......... There are some friends you keep at all costs. That's why they say a friend in need is a friend indeed. Well Naija people sha. Na una sabi

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    2. So it can be excused that he lied against the landlord and defrauded the neighbor who was giving him money daily and getting him without knowing his relatives? All for Germany? As the heaven that it is? Those yet to travel out are the only ones who will buy that excuse. This world is round.

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    3. Anon 1:23, I agree with you, he should have partly come clean with him at some point, tell him his uncle in Abuja or a faraway state is organising a federal job for him and has asked him to come to his town and leave with him for a while before resuming.

      Thank him so much for everything, then after travelling, tell him the truth and make every effort to keep contact and return the favour any way he can, he just used the guy and didn't even appreciate his efforts, this is why many people hardly help nowadays.

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    4. * live with him

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  11. Good Afternoon Beautiful People! @diary of a pregnant woman! Lool I can relate,I always wake up around 1am to eat,sometimes I will take cornflakes or fried yam/dankali I bought in the evening,omo that morning food dey sweet me Wella! I always ensure I buy bread every night.
    @ the neighbor that went to Germany is not nice Sha,I was teary when I got to the part he moved in with you,may God reward you speedily.....you have a good heart,there is nothing wrong in him telling you even at the last minute that he was traveling,he could have called you at the airport.....

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    1. I was even thinking the guy committed suicide, I was dreading the end of the story. Mtchew. Such people discourage help from getting to the real people who need it.

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  12. About an hour ago, I had this same conversation with an old woman. We talked about how people stay with you, live and fee at home on your expenses then relocate without letting you know. If you are a wicked person, why didn’t you hurt them all the while they were I see your roof. Posterity is always their portion because they come back begging for mercy.

    Good day Stella Mama, Jisike πŸ™ŒπŸ½. I love moi moi. I love beans and corn 😁

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    1. It's disgusting behaviour. Ate their food. Lived on his dime and couldn't even tell him ? Even when he got there, couldn't place a call? Wicked wicked plzzz

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  13. Dear Dante, if you see this, please know you are loved and missed on here. Biko do and come quick with your coconut head so that we can see somebody to be exchanging gender gbas gbos with. No allow any female nurse give you bed bath o make she no go use style dey touch you for free. Sha come back wehrey boy😁🀣. Healing and blessings brotherπŸ’™πŸ’™.

    BV Osundi darling, belated birthday greetings. Mega Jah blessings 'pon your life sis. 'Love you right back❤πŸ₯°. Before I dey see comments sometimes, time don go to respond under the post.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Nwanyi ike!!

      I don reserve one virgin post for Dante my G make him read later self..

      https://www.stelladimokokorkus.com/2015/12/three-types-of-virgin.html?m=1
      I go drop am again when I see am online 😁😁

      @MARTINS

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    2. Awww πŸ€— my role model 😘 amen to your prayers, thank you so much and I love you!πŸ’•πŸ§‘

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    3. Hahahhaha... I can't believe that this blog was even livelier than now 8years ago!! I read the virgin post and couldn't control laughter especially from the comment section!!/choiii,, Stellz really get BV's... Only Fan Emmanuel ID I fit recognise, abeg oo,, where are all those BV's? Abi, dem don get new id's ? Or Motherhood/fatherhood don keep em busy??

      Chaiiiiii dis blog na Fire!?

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  14. That neighbour is wicked. Na parasitic behaviour be dat.

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  15. Lol the popular gbegiri soup by the Yoruba tribe is made from peeled beans

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  16. I have no idea of beans stew but i know of this yoruba people soup, gbegiri. All beans recipes, stew or soup na beans combo things jaree

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  17. Good afternoon everyone
    Crushing every woman and especially mothers

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  18. people are evil, people are wicked. When you try to be nice to some people, they will pay you with evil.

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  19. Boss Man Dante, quick recovery to you. My prayers are with you. Wishing you good health and longevity.

    Chike Nnam, read your comment on SP few minutes ago. I'm good and very fine. I've been busy with work at the site. Thank you so much checking up on me.

    Hopefully, I will be rounding up by weekend.

    I didn't know people into industrial cleaning are making good money in this country. I got someone connected at the building I'm working on to clean the whole building (interior) and guess what was paid for their service? 250,000 naira.

    Never knew it's that huge. They were just two. A man and a woman. I later discovered they're couple.

    May God bless each and everyone of us in our various hustles of life. Amen.

    Good Afternoon.

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  20. Nothing is more beautiful, than the smile that has struggled through the tears.
    Remain blessed 🌹🌹🌹
    GOOD AFTERNOON MY SDK FAMILY.

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  21. There's bean soup. I enjoy with tuwo shinkafa, Amala and rice (side eye) Stella the soup dey sweet ooo ask Kogi, Yoruba and Niger people

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    1. Ayam not so sure Stella likes Amala, Ewedu with Gbegiri and orishirishi protein. 😁

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  22. Good afternoon to you all. Please, I would like to know, when one is being pressed at midnight, what is the expectation of the presser (demon) as they are pressing the person. Is it to kill or what? If the pressee shouts the Mighty name of Jesus and this pressing stops, does it mean the pressee has worn the battle?

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    1. Read about sleep paralysis

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  23. Poster of a pregnant mom, this will pass too. Read Jeweluchi 's red pen and laugh.
    Bv Fidel come and see your people.
    Sign out meme

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  24. Poster of a pregnant mom, this will pass too. Read Jeweluchi 's red pen and laugh.
    Bv Fidel come and see your people.
    Sign out meme

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  25. Good day Stella and bvs
    It's a women crush Wednesday and I am crushing on my self, we move

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    1. Let me crush on chef Hilda today. Wehdone ma. You sabi cook, you fine, you get business. Abeg you try.

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  26. Hello everyone.
    The man that travelled to Germany is really not a good person not to have told you when he was traveling, you trusted and believed his sob story, then accommodated him for over three months, yet he could not confide in you the night he was to travel, nah he isn't a good person at all, good you blocked him.

    Safe delivery pregnancy poster, na so e dey be during that journey.

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  27. Wow Stella. You ate a lot of beans and its variants, this accounts for your great height . I grew up hearing that beans makes children to grow tall.

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    1. That beans talk is a myth. I'm tall and I never really ate beans as a child. Hated it and my parents indulged me by giving me the foods I preferred.
      Meanwhile, my sister who liked and ate a lot of beans is short. Person wey go short, go short. If you like, eat a trailer load of beans. Na mess you go just dey scatter anyhow.

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    2. Mercy dunno about the height thing sha but love itπŸ˜ƒ
      Haah! @Castle you hate beans?! One of my best meals mehhhn. Can't imagine going days without eating beans. Ate it so so much as a kid too

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    3. Are you serious Castle? 🀣🀣🀣 See me forcing my daughter to eat beans porridge cos she doesn't eat it. I do tell her that I want her to be tall, also to add weight cos she doesn't like food generally.

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    4. I ate beans plenty growing up. Now I still dey find the height. I also don't eat much beans now, but I like Gbegiri and Amala. I like akara and moimoi.

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    5. Yes o, Bini I hated beans so much as a kid/teen. But I eat it now because it's one of my daughter's favorites.
      Dead serious, Mercy. Don't force her abeg. She'll be tall , you hear πŸ˜‚. Bear hugs to her.

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  28. Good afternoon all , Stella beans stew doesn't sound appetizing to me too! Especially me that dislike beans because it gives me painful bloating and gas😒

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  29. Dante the assistant bed breaker! Wishing you full recovery πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ

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  30. Greetings to everyone, I want to learn the carrot stew too. My Liberian friend do prepare beans in such a away that is so nice to eat with rice.

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    1. I have not tried it but I belong to a group where it was shared and so many women said it tasted really nice,some even made jollof rice from it.Just replace your tomatoes with carrots,add your bell pepper(tatatase) scotch bonnet pepper(rodo)and onions blend together and make your stew the usual way.
      Although some said you need more v.oil in preparing it, that's if you like oily stew.

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  31. @diary of a pregnant woman! Lool I can relate,I always wake up around 1am to eat,sometimes I will take cornflakes or fried yam/dankali I bought in the evening,omo that morning food dey sweet me Wella! I always ensure I buy bread every night.
    @ the neighbor that went to Germany is not nice Sha,I was teary when I got to the part he moved in with you,may God reward you speedily.....you have a good heart,there is nothing wrong in him telling you even at the last minute that he was traveling,he could have called you at the airport.....

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  32. Quick recovery Dante..... good afternoon everyone

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  33. Good afternoon, lovelies.
    I am back from my waka and trying to rest now.
    Stay good!

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  34. Beans stew is yummy, Stellz. All throughout South America and the Caribbean every culture has a beans and rice dish. Cuban black beans is yum yum. Brazil and Jamaica put meat in theirs. Beans stew is versatile, you can make it completely vegan or put meat. I typically eat black beans, kidney beans or lima beans stew. The lima beans always make me sleepy. The black beans stew is my fave.

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  35. My people, pls whatever happens whatever you do, whatever you are going through, wherever you are, EAT FOOD.

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  36. Hi IHN
    Good afternoon everyone 😍

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  37. Poster of neighbor that travelled to Germany, he is not a good person, but don't worry, God will bless you for your good heart

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    1. Truly, you wonder why some people might not be so exceptional in their job or business but always make progress and have breakthroughs. That neighbour thinks he has arrived because he successfully travelled. Okay na!!!

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  38. Beans stew should be gbegiri if I am not mistakenly.
    The sun is scorchingggggg!

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  39. I understand a bit not saying before traveling but once he landed, you should have been his first call
    You shouldn’t have seen it online. I’d be done with hun

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    1. He shouldn't have moved into his neighbors house and let him cloth him, feed him, and even spend time editing and sharing his CV for him. He should have stayed in his own apartment and then travelled without telling anyone if he so pleased. The helper has a kind heart and this experience may turn him off believing people's sob stories.

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    2. He didn't just move in, he cunningly moved in with lies. What a sod.

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  40. @diary of a pregnant woman, me I can't eat very late in the night o but can eat from 7am. If I'm very hungry into the night, I drink water and go back to sleep. Luckily for me it doesn't stop me from sleeping.

    And yes Stella, she go still see gbola collect after this oneπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    That guy that moved in with his friend is a bad friend. God please take away that type of friend away from me.

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    1. Me Ayam not pregnant ooo, but these days I have been eating double double. Na wa ooo. Wetin dey happen?

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  41. Belated birthday wishes to you my darling, Osundi. 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘. May God bless you in every area of your life.
    Get well soon, Dante.

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    1. Thank you so much my candilicious candy 😘 God bless you πŸ’•

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  42. πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ
    That neighbour is a wicked person jeez
    How can u heap lies on ur landlord like this
    U now took advantage of ur neighbour.

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  43. Character is like pregnancy which can't be hidden for long,it reveals itself.
    Good afternoon.

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    1. We go soon see your character for this blog soon, u no fit hide mam, Just like belle. (Pregnancy ).
      Good afternoon.

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    2. Well, your character, Shyla has been clearly exposed by this post of yours.

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  44. Each time you resist acting on your anger, you are actually rewiring your brain to be calmer and more compassionate.

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    1. I dey try these days sha............

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  45. Hello to good and well coordinated bvs only.

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    1. πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

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  46. Good afternoon Jewelu and Bvs. Soft beans and bread is bea πŸ€ͺ

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  47. About the guy that travelled out, my neighbour did something similar to me and it was to same Germany he went to.

    I was sad when he told me he resigned from his job cos of poor pay,didn't know it was cos he had plans to travel. I took his details and helped him apply for a grant. When he scaled to the final stage, I called his line to inform him of the things required for that stage. His line didn't go through for days. I went to his house and met his brother who told me he travelled to the village. The brother gave me his other line and I called but it wasn't going through.

    I became afraid thinking he had been kidnapped cos his village is known as a place for kidnapping operations. Prayed he was okay and also prayed he will come back before the deadline for the submission of the documents.

    Logged into Facebook days later only to see this guy in an airplane,went through his wall and realised he had travelled out. Chatted him up and he yarned dust.

    I blame am? I no blame am. Na me wan be good neighbor.

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  48. Nigerians do this a lot. Even, boyfriend or girlfriend will travel out without telling his or her partner. At least you can inform that close person after getting there, abi they will use juju to pull you back to Nigeria?

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  49. Goodafternoon people
    starting a business in this economy is not for the faint hearted at all!!!!
    God lord show a way....

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  50. You see that shit the guy did Jewelu ? He's nothing but an ungrateful lot. Someone I thought was a friend did exactly the same. She "used " me to achieve all she needed to before Janding . Since then I learnt a very big lesson and decided to keep anything friend at a Very long distance. I don't have any thing against her till date but we can't be that type of "friend"again .

    Quick recovery Man Dante. See as Women dey Show you love now❣️

    Cheers as the day progresses 😍

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  51. We should ban our kids from watching music videos pls. What is all these?
    Naked girls holding and smooching each other, licking and kissing, all in the name of music videos. Naija music videos are not left out. Abasi mbok!

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    1. It is too much and too bad. Aside the videos, most of the music have lewd lyrics. I cringe seeing kids suggestively dancing to and singing these stuff. I posted a comment on this under one of Davido's stories on this blog and the comment was not approved. It seems censorship is dead in Naija. Anything goes.

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  52. I am deeply saddened by the loss of US embassy staff.

    Isn't it funny how they imposed visa restrictions on people truncating democracy and next thing, they killed US embassy staff in Anambra state. Hmmmmmmmmm

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  53. I understand why some keep mum about their travels. I remember the story of the nurse bv that travelled to UK and was deported when she told them she had been hospitalized for seizure or something (can't remember what). I hope she is ok.

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    1. Being superstitious should not make you a heartless greedy imp who denigrates a landlord's character then defrauds your neighbor with lies going on months. Even the traveler want known to be evil, he could have squatted with a relative but it's clear he had burnt bridges there with his evil character

      If that guy was kidnapped or killed on his way to the airport, no one would have believed that the man housing him had no idea. He would have been torn to sheds by the same BVs that expect to have a fatal flight and believe that witches will bring down the craft on their first time in an airplane on their way to go and live with gay atheists who they condemn but will be telling you that what their Jesus cannot do does not exist.

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  54. Good day lovelies.

    Poster...please that guy remains BLOCKEDπŸ₯Ί Inukwa.
    Those silent tears you shed on his behalf,don't stress your faith, God will honor it.

    Pregnant mom...Ste is asking question,she's had other babies and she's definitely chopping on after this one.
    Ignore the scary stories.

    Dante... little mercies from the Lord we don't duly account for,he's always there for us. You are healed.
    Jehovah is Rapha!

    Sign out...so true. Hold on to your positive attitude if you're lucky to have one,the street is filled with envious frustrated peeps, avoid them and roll on. Positive energy is a great blessing, some dont know yet.

    Chau!

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    1. XP maama πŸ’ž nwanyi k'ibe ya I salute you. Thanks so much for the birthday wishes and may God continue to bless you 😘

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  55. I remember the day my ex sent me a breakup message. My mum asked me what I was reading, I told her "tips on how to cook a delicious jollof rice". She said "then why are you crying?"
    I replied "I have reached where they are cutting onions"
    🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣

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    3. Werey Anon 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  56. God's healing upon you Dante.

    Why is it that people don't tell even their closest that they wanna japa? Is it a norm? Or a ritual? My neighbour has japad to Canada and we didn't know

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  57. Lol..SDK they probably mean gbegiri beans soup, very delicious.

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  58. Beans is a good choice.
    Mostly if you get a good beans that cooks fast and evenly.
    When we were younger we Cooke beans and yam every day in the afternoon except on Saturdays when we cooked moimoi or Ankara.
    Yeah sometimes we objected but we had no choice.

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  59. Hello ihn 😘
    Good afternoon everyone.

    Jewelu,me too I don't like beans when I was little but a Ghanaian friend made me to start eating beans,brown beans she cooks with sugar. I ate and become stuck.

    That guy that japaed without telling his friend/neighbor isn't a good person. I was even scared thinking he was kidnapped sef.

    Pregnant mom,it is well with you o. Wishing you safe delivery.

    Bvs enjoy the rest of your day.
    E go surely be ✌️

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    1. You are right!! Beans stew is very common here in Ghana! They sometimes eat it with Banku or Kenkeh.

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