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41  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: I'm Not Gay, I Like Squeezing And Smooching Women, Says Dumelo John on: 9-08-2012 09:13 AM
Quote from: BendelArmedRobb on  8-08-2012 10:09 PM
Goodluck Jonathan don thief pot of Egusi Soup wen Olusegun Obasanjo and Ibrahil Badamasi Babangida wan use te Eba.......Naija  una too much oo  coffee wey I dey drink for hia comot for my nose as I read this.

 Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
42  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: BREAKING: Unexploded bomb discovered in another church in Kogi on: 9-08-2012 09:10 AM
Quote from: Bettygirls on  8-08-2012 03:38 PM
people are so wicked,

Islam? NO! thanks
43  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: [Photos] Man Caught His Friend In Bed With His Wife on: 9-08-2012 09:05 AM
Quote from: marko1 on  9-08-2012 08:51 AM
44  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Top 10 Most Famous People Who Died a Virgin (Pictures Included) (Page 8) on: 9-08-2012 08:59 AM
...and what's the message of dying a virgin?
45  Forum / Politics / Curiosity rover lands safely on Mars, sends amazing pictures to earth [Pix/Vid] on: 6-08-2012 12:01 PM
Celebrations by the mission team were so joyous over the next hour that JPL Director Charles Elachi had to plead for calm in order to hold a press conference. He compared the team to athletic teams that go to the Olympics.

"This team came back with the gold," he said.

In a show of technological wizardry, the robotic explorer Curiosity blazed through the pink skies of Mars, steering itself to a gentle landing inside a giant crater for the most ambitious dig yet into the red planet’s past.

[Pix/Vid Below]

"We're on Mars again," said NASA chief Charles Bolden. "It's just absolutely incredible. It doesn't get any better than this."

A chorus of cheers and applause echoed through the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Sunday night after the most high-tech interplanetary rover ever built sent a signal to Earth. It had survived a harrowing plunge through the thin Mars atmosphere.

“Touchdown confirmed,” said engineer Allen Chen. “We’re safe on Mars.”

Minutes after touchdown, Curiosity beamed back the first pictures from the surface showing its wheel and its shadow, cast by the afternoon sun.

It was NASA’s seventh landing on Earth’s neighbour; many other attempts by the U.S. and other countries to zip past, circle or set down on Mars have gone awry.

Over the next two years, Curiosity will drive over to a mountain rising from the crater floor, poke into rocks and scoop up rust-tinted soil to see if the region ever had the right environment for microscopic organisms to thrive. It’s the latest chapter in the long-running quest to find out whether primitive life arose early in the planet’s history.

The nuclear-powered Curiosity, the size of a small car, is packed with scientific tools, cameras and a weather station. It sports a robotic arm with a power drill, a laser that can zap distant rocks, a chemistry lab to sniff for the chemical building blocks of life and a detector to measure dangerous radiation on the surface.

Previous trips to Mars have uncovered ice near the Martian north pole and evidence that water once flowed when the planet was wetter and toastier unlike today’s harsh, frigid desert environment.

President Barack Obama tweeted his appreciation: "I congratulate and thank all the men and women of NASA who made this remarkable accomplishment a reality."

In a statement, Obama lauded the landing as "an unprecedented feat of technology that will stand as a point of national pride far into the future."

Over the next two years, Curiosity will drive over to a mountain rising from the crater floor, poke into rocks and scoop up rust-tinted soil to see if the region ever had the right environment for microscopic organisms to thrive. It's the latest chapter in the long-running quest to find out whether primitive life arose early in the planet's history.

The voyage to Mars took more than eight months and spanned 352 million miles. The trickiest part of the journey? The landing. Because Curiosity weighs nearly a ton, engineers drummed up a new and more controlled way to set the rover down. The last Mars rovers, twins Spirit and Opportunity, were cocooned in air bags and bounced to a stop in 2004.

Amazing pictures from mars are expected later today when 'Curiousity' leaves the dark side of Mars.

Click to view the first amazing pictures

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46  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Muslims Kill their children for refusing arranged marriage. on: 5-08-2012 05:52 PM
Quote from: FinlandGuy on  5-08-2012 01:19 AM
Pieces/Killers  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

Islam? NO! thanks
47  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Racism: NBC Anchor Compares Black-American Women Gymnastics Winner To A Monkey (Page 7) on: 4-08-2012 11:28 PM
Was it racism? NO! The commercial has been on air for a good course ever before Gabby won the medal

Was the timing wrong? Yes, very bad, damaging and unprofessional!

Going by ascribed histories of a black man, the history and present of American society, anybody could see a theoretical combination and practical experiences that makes the report of Gabby's success and the timing of the monkey commercial extremely offensive and desatrous.

48  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Racism: NBC Anchor Compares Black-American Women Gymnastics Winner To A Monkey on: 4-08-2012 10:58 PM
Quote from: Dienedal on  3-08-2012 10:21 PM

Don't be a fool!
49  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: AFRICAN WONDER: 26 Zimbabwean women woke up without undergarments on: 4-08-2012 10:33 PM
Quote from: daddison on  3-08-2012 02:30 PM
Fairy tale Mr Poster. My pant flew away from my bom bom

 Wink Wink Wink
50  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: AFRICAN WONDER: 26 Zimbabwean women woke up without undergarments (Page 8) on: 4-08-2012 10:29 PM
Tales out of school  Smiley
51  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: US men beat Nigeria 156-73 in Olympic basketball (Page 11) on: 4-08-2012 06:36 PM
"The coach of the US basketball team to this year's olympics has said that the game between US and Nigeria was more than a game. He said it was a way of paying back Nigeria for all the troubles Americans received during the days of militancy. Notable American giants suffered a lot in the hands of Niger-Delta militants, as companies like Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Halliburton, Baker Hughes and GE all witnessed problems and at certain times had to stop operations or pull out its nationals.

In another vein, national association of yahoo boys (NAYAB) has promised to avenge this disgrace: based on the fact that the militants are now all receiving training abroad, and so can't return to the creeks (for now sha).

Speaking through its national vice president south-south (names withheld), the association said they'll dupe Americans to the tune equivalent of all medals they win at this year's olympics multiplied by a million!

When contacted, the senior personal assistant to the senior special adviser to the senior media consultant to the senior political adviser to the senior presidential assistant on olofofo matters at Aso Rock said the presidency was 'monitoring the development'....

pls stay tuned to dis station for more news- as we have our ground team at boko haram's camp"

coutesy- OlofofoFM#

...just a joke
   “We are acting with legitimacy to reclaim all of our rights, without exception,” says Dr. Goodluck Diigbo

Jubilations are continuing throughout Ogoniland after the Ogoni people in southern Nigeria, today, Thursday, 2nd of August declared political autonomy. 

In a live broadcast on a newly established radio station: Voice of Ogoni, MOSOP President/Spokesman, Dr. Goodluck Diigbo vowed that:“By this declaration of political autonomy, we, the Ogoni people are determined to enforce the United Nations Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples, without fear or retreat,” Diigbo said.

Diigbo affirmed that self-government within Nigeria will secure for the Ogoni people, their indigenous rights, enable them to meet their needs and interests and finally end internal colonialism.

Diigbo said self-government became urgent recognizing the need to arrive at a consensus to collectively review the disputed UNEP Ogoniland Oil Assessment report, because any dialogue must be with the genuinely elected representatives of the people expected to enforce indigenous rights without dictation.

In the broadcast, Diigbo further underscored the reason for the urgency of self-government for Ogoni: “Concerned that in the absence of a responsive government that the indigenous people of Ogoni will continue to suffer from historic injustices.”

Diigbo stated: “In order to make indigenous rights practicable in Ogoni, we have through a very transparent electoral college process, beginning with community by community elections, set up 272 village councils, while the village councils in turn elected representatives for 33 district councils and the district representatives went on to elect representatives to serve at the center as custodians of customs and traditions, otherwise called lawmakers.”

“The law makers in turn elected the executive arm of the Ogoni Central Indigenous Authority (OCIA) with checks and balances inbuilt to ensure corruption-free, effective, efficient and answerable system of grassroots self-government instead of the old, corrupt and mismanaged local government system endured by the Ogoni for decades,” Diigbo explained.

“In taking these measures, we are quite aware of the discomfort to about 56 local politicians that control local government politics in Ogoni, however, we care more about the 1.2 million people that have for too long been excluded,” he stated.

He announced that a Transitional Committee was already set up to facilitate dialogue to ensure peaceful transition, within 30 days, while consultation with the national government and international community begins without delay.

Diigbo emphasized the need for Ogonis to remain law-abiding and act nonviolently; saying “we are acting with legitimacy to reclaim all of our rights, without exception, and for the sake of peace and security; let no one test the collective will of the Ogoni people, because we will not surrender our indigenous rights anymore.”


In 1990, we the people of Ogoni presented the Ogoni Bill of Rights to the Government and people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, in which the Ogoni nonviolently demanded among other indigenous rights:

Political autonomy to participate in the affairs of the Republic as a distinct and separate indigenous unit (by whatever name called), provided that this autonomy guarantees political control of Ogoni affairs by Ogoni people; The right to control and use a fair proportion of Ogoni economic resources for Ogoni development; adequate representations, as of right, in all Nigerian national institutions, and the right to protect the Ogoni environment and ecology from further degradation as recognized under international law to which Nigeria is obligated.

Nigeria, a multi-ethnic nation state, a legacy of the British colonial administration, granted political independence October 1, 1960, after the British violated Ogoni independence in 1901, did not respond to the Ogoni, inhabiting their ancestral land in southern Nigeria.

When in the struggle for indigenous political autonomy; especially, in matters concerning confiscation of sacred ancestral lands for oil production without prior informed consent, there comes a moment to assert powers derived from the consent of the people and Nature’s blessings in order to protect, preserve and pass on inherited sacred ancestral heritage to succeeding indigenous generations. On behalf of the entire Ogoni people, I am highly honored to present these issues surrounding the proposed Ogoni Declaration of Political Autonomy.

Part of Full Text

30.  That despite the fact that the “Nigerian Constitution” and other laws and policies provide for a local government system, in reality, the local government constitutional provisions meant to extend the principle of Federalism to its logical conclusion, by bringing the government to the grassroots level, do not apply in Ogoniland as a result of corruption and public deception by local and state political actors and the lack of enforcement of the shaky “Nigerian constitution” by the federal government;

31.  That, this is because quite often local governments are frequently dissolved in Ogoniland without any explanation rendered to the Ogoni people;

32.  That, essential appointments into local government service are often suspended for several years without information to the Ogoni people about the reason for such suspension, when the local authorities still operate budgetary provisions for needed manpower;

33.  That the elected representatives who have supported this proposed declaration of political autonomy for the Ogoni people as they have bitterly complained that the present system of local government in Nigeria does not allow them the freedom to govern according to the wishes of the people;

34.  That individual local government chairman has to remit monthly allowances in substantial amounts to those politicians at the state and national levels that put them into office;

35.  That since local government operators are often imposed on the people, they, the local operators are required to compensate for the way they are often put into office through massive and violent rigging of elections;

36.  That in the circumstance, the local operators, expected to respond to yearnings of their grassroots constituencies have become perpetually vulnerable to threats of illegal removal from office without reference to the electorate
37.  That, we the Ogoni people take very serious, the complaint by the Ogoni local officials that have confessed that they still hold office because they are able to settle their political godfathers, meaning political stalwarts that planted them as conduit pipe for siphoning funds meant to help in the development of Ogoni villages and wellbeing of Ogonis;

38.  That the application indigenous rights will end this manner of abuse of power and mismanagement of public resources as the representatives of the people have been duly elected by the people in Ogoni, and controlled by the people and to end the system whereby politicians handpicked by political operators at the national and state levels, remain in office without accountability to the people as long as they satisfy those who put them into office.

39.  That the local government employees, some in service for over 30 years cannot even afford a good meal with their families, but have seen politicians that come into the local councils buying houses in Port Harcourt and Abuja, even in overseas countries within six months in office.

40.  That we believe that the Ogoni people are equal to all other Nigerians that now lord it over the Ogoni by means of indirect internal colonial rule through the corrupt local government system, which violates indigenous rights of the Ogoni people.

Concluding Declaration:

“Now, therefore, acting on the General Assembly mandate on the questions relating to the Political Autonomy of Ogoni in southern Nigeria, and in the spirit of the General Assembly motion DPA/001/2012, and its resolutions DPA/002/2012 and DPA/003/2012 adopted and approved on July 31, 2012; in accordance with the wishes of the Ogoni people contained in the Ogoni Bill of Rights of 26 August, 1990 as revised on the 26th of August 1991; expressing the collective will of the good people of Ogoni in the referendum of 2010 and the second referendum of 2011, obeying the command by the Ogoni people and  their elected representatives from 33 district councils, comprising over 272 village councils, living in the six kingdoms of Ogoni, namely: Babbe, Eleme, Gokana, Kenkhana, Nyokhana and Tai and two administrative units: Ban Goi and the Bori National Territory; conducting this solemn affair in accordance with the United Nations Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples adopted by United Nations General Assembly in New York on September 13, 2007, guided by the purposes and principles of international law in accordance with the United Nations Charter, I, Dr. Goodluck Diigbo, hereby make this historic statement, to announce the proclamation of this General Assembly Declaration of Political Autonomy for the Self-determination or Self-government of the Ogoni people within Nigeria, today, the 2nd Day of August, 2012. So declared, and so be it; for the advancement of liberty in freedom and the preservation of the ancestral heritage of the Ogoni people.”

Thank you.

Signed by:

Dr. Goodluck Diigbo

MOSOP President/Spokesman



Tambari Deekor

Associate Editor, MOSOP Media

[email protected]
53  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Are Women Taking Over The Role Of Bread Winner In Nigeria? on: 27-07-2012 05:25 PM
Quote from: mejohn on 27-07-2012 02:29 PM


Fresh from Babylon
Welcome to planet earth Mr. traditionalist

The topic says financing the family (bread winning) and not yet top-down, head-tail like in your slavery tradition Mr. traditionalist.

54  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: LMAO!! Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon Morns Atta Mills Death With Big Grammer on: 27-07-2012 03:07 PM
Quote from: verah on 27-07-2012 09:37 AM
which kind sokoto b dis? Huh? Huh? Huh?

In the land of dwarfs, Giraffe (an animal) rules over men because of its height.

When a people dwell in aboundant foolishness, the coast of magicians enlarges

When all are blind, the most foolish ones are said to be the fountain of wisdom just because they can see
55  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Evil: [Video] 9-Year-Old Boy Attacks Toddlers At Day Care on: 27-07-2012 02:49 PM
Quote from: wilat on 26-07-2012 11:53 AM
Oops,may God deliver us from the evil of this world.

I'm not sur you know what you just prayed for.
Men are the evil of 'this world' and that includes you and I. If you want to be delivered, you don't need God. You just kill yourself and the worl will be one evil less
56  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Evil: [Video] 9-Year-Old Boy Attacks Toddlers At Day Care on: 27-07-2012 02:44 PM
Quote from: AllahIsGr8Alays on 26-07-2012 11:51 PM
  finlandshit,we the right thinking hausas know that you are an idiot,only that it is difficult for you to accept. stupidity is written in your families DNA. Anybody who told you to be yourself simply couldn’t have given you worse advice. I love to ask how old you are, but unfortunately I know you can’t count that high.I have met a lot of hard boiled eggs in my time, but you’re twenty minutes....I don’t know what makes you so dumb but it really works.

  Ibo people are the worst i have seen on this forum,what is so special being ibo if not for the low lives and poor ways they claimed you moved Nigeria forward...with okrika wake up?  all ibo people do is fast quick money making illegal avenues.Or maybe anything fairly used brought from other countries which are killing the economy of the country.

  You cannot rule Nigeria because your people are idiots. especially you finland shit!  You are a minority group and so shall it be. insha Allah!

  I only insult the stupid people on this forum. So finland shit i see you have been playing stupid, you are winning!

Is this your talent or are you just making an experiment
57  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: New Video: Okpekete [Remix] by K-Cee ft. HKN's Davido on: 27-07-2012 02:20 PM
Quote from: mitaly002 on 27-07-2012 03:56 AM
Why the bulks of wowen the music does not reqiure all.. Is not by loading hips of women on video that make people like music

There's nothing wrong copying american style of music videos, but we should also copy the ideology, technics and tricks, professionalism and visual languages behind it to avoid, above all,  misinterpretations such as this
58  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: New Video: Okpekete [Remix] by K-Cee ft. HKN's Davido on: 27-07-2012 02:11 PM
Quote from: exever100 on 27-07-2012 03:14 AM
crap in summary

 Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed
59  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: New Video: Okpekete [Remix] by K-Cee ft. HKN's Davido on: 27-07-2012 02:10 PM
Quote from: basco20 on 27-07-2012 06:42 AM
why Nigeria music don't have meaning at all,look at the music is nonsense

I forced myself so hard to also see the upgrading everyone talks about but...
60  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Are Women Taking Over The Role Of Bread Winner In Nigeria? on: 27-07-2012 01:32 PM
Quote from: verah on 27-07-2012 09:40 AM
notin bad in that

I disagree
You can't generalize it just like that. Everything could be wrong with that especially when we consider Nigeria where men are gods and wemen slaves.

It has to be broken down and treated on individual cases
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