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Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Crooner Paul Okoye Reveals His Colleagues Are Depressed

 


32 comments:

  1. A Saying goes, make Hay while the Sun shines.

    Whether you dey earn naira like me or dey reason dollars like the then Oceanic and Platinum (mko abiolas son) bank of those days. Try and save some of that money.

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    1. True words 🙌🏽 but what about situations where one made hay while the sun-shone and the children of the devil stole your entire savings to the last kobo. That is my story as you read this. The scums of the earth aka children of the devil wiped my entire life savings, if not for God and his grace, don’t think I would be here to tell the story.

      I used to wonder why they can’t save also until it happened to me, now I know that not all grace to grass is due to lavish lifestyle. I’m not there yet, but by his Grace, the devil will be put to shame. 🙏

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    2. TWS, so sorry for your experience. God will make you recover from the loss. May affliction not rise again
      Your reason is understandable, life happens. However, I'd advise investing rather than saving

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    3. TWS, so sorry about the unfortunate incident. May God restore all your stolen treasures in multiple fold.

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    4. Awwww TWE I’m so so sorry about your ordeal I’m glad you’re making strides all would be well again .

      Choc Noir 🍫

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    5. It is well them, infact all of us in naija. We will weather this storm. But in all, no do pass yourself

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    6. Felicity dear, before the ordeal, I pumped my funds in shares and bonds. Had shares and bonds worth over 10m. When I lost my job, I decided to join to japa syndrome via the study route, had to sell them to enable me make the necessary payments and POF.

      Thank you Choco baiby, it’s been a long short while 😘. Hope you are good? Pardon my long silence.
      thank you anon 12:39.
      Omo T baiby and Na me be dat , you guys thanks a lot . I truly appreciate 🤗.

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    7. So sorry, TWS. That is a whole lot, it will end in praise by Gods grace.

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    8. TWE I can totally relate to your experience. I've been there and I must say, its quite traumatic and depressing.
      God be praised, we are here today.
      We shall definitely overcome.

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  2. It's a jungle out there. God have mercy.

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  3. It is well with you all
    Music industry is not for the fragile at heart.

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  4. I think it's in all sectors o

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  5. It is well with all of you.

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  6. It is well
    It is not easy out there

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  7. A Yoruba saying goes thus "igba o lo bi orere, aye o lo bi opa ibon". My parents will say "Towo ba Joni, a maa fi jo ikan ni" some of your colleagues get carried away forgetting that most of the artists they looked up to were retired by time.
    That industry works with time and season, only a few are gifted or invested in their talents to remain relevant for a long period.
    There are other business aspect of Afro-music that is untapped but anyhowness and lack of knowledge is pushing everyone to continue to sing even when it seems they are off their season and when they don't get the recognition they turn to drug, create nuisance online just to get attention.
    The book of Ecclesiastes 3 talks about this.

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  8. When they live above their means to impress world people. No pity for them at all.

    Every dog has a bone it's chewing.

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  9. It is well with us all 🙏🙏🙏

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  10. But I give it to psquare, they actually invested well. Never saw them wear designers or buy luxury cars on their way up - even up till now sef. They used their money to buy lands in Ikoyi and built nice homes. They all set up businesses as well. Kudos boys👏

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    1. Yes oh! They had sense. And it was all because of Lolo Okoye. She put them straight and gave them access to good advisors.

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    2. Which Lola Okoye? Don't say what you don't know.

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    3. Delilah 12:55. It’s thanks to Jude

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  11. My dear sometimes even when you save and plan well, life happens.
    The best assurance is to always pray for the Lord's grace; whether you are up or down. Work smart and pray ceaselessly.

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  12. 2020-2022 were rough years for almost everybody. 2023 is a shakedown year and 2024 will be vicious one.

    Who have good health mental and physical protect in all cost because a great test is coming. Depression is not the worst, may they seek help and renew their spirits in a good way.

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