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1  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Britain Tells Nigeria To Rescind On Gay Marriage Law Or Else .... (Page 4) on: 2-12-2011 06:22 PM
That gay right thing will not happen in Nigeria. For it to happen, British Prime minister should show us the example by divorcing his wife and marry a gay man. And he should compel his canadian partner in hail to marry a gay man, while marring off their wives to to lesbians. Then and only then would Nigeria listen to them. These two countries are stupid for trying to indoctrinate Nigeria with unGodly cultures. They came to Africa, stole our resources, including human capitals (slaves), brought us their culture called Christianity, isolated our traditions, created biases about who we are, now they have come again with their dirty culture. No, not anymore. We need to ask them if Christianity is no more a good practice, did the Bible lie to us, shall we now go back to worshiping our own gods? Cos we are not having it from them this time. I hope our leaders change from their selfish principles, so we shall not ask for help from any country.
2  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Britain Tells Nigeria To Rescind On Gay Marriage Law Or Else .... on: 2-12-2011 05:49 PM
They have nothing to with a Nigerian policy that stems from our culture. We don't need them to change our culture.
3  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Marrying a Pregnant Woman...Taboo or NOT! (Page 4) on: 27-11-2011 05:14 PM
IGMorgan: I think you got a good point here. the post begs for a lot of questions: who got her pregnant? Who is she really, a marriable and wify material or just a fling/onenight stand partner? If she is the type that want her personal space, goes about fcking everybody, and them comes home to hook on a guy out of desperation, then he is right to find excuses for not marring her. Other than these rationale, there is not such culture that forbids marring a pregnant woman. Bytheway, people adopt, people carry babies for others, people foster babies right from conception. A lot of people would go extra miles to have children they could call their own. Rather than adopt a baby from a adoption agency, one would be better with marring a pregnant woman. More so, the rampant abortion in our society makes for women to be unpredictable in terms of child bearing, so the pregnant woman is a more assurance that the woman is fruitful. Rather than dump her and pick up a washed woman, please support her to the best of your abilit and help give the child a good life. The baby could become anything tomorrow. Not a taboo, provided she is not a criminal, and the man is the father of the unborn baby, please stay with your woman and stop making an excuse.
4  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Jonathan: Achebe not in tune with reality (Page 9) on: 22-11-2011 06:09 PM
Some small minds on this forum are still talking about Achebe's literary contributions to the society. No one is denying him that accolade, more bravos to the elder statesman. However, in times like this we need more than personal achievement. That is the point. Just as one would like Goodluck Jonathan to do more to help the people, we need Achebe to use his position to promote change and to make economic impact "for greater good". His achievement earned him personal recognition worldwide, not enough economic impact on his people. Rather than point fingers at the sitting president, he should find an avenue to "rub brains" with him (the president) so the people could benefit more from his (Achebe's) wisdom and high echelons. The award thingy was an avenue to get words in and a probably breakthrough to making some social and economic impact. We need to look beyond past achievements - most of which were personal. For someone to say the country did nothing to help Achebe become what he is today is sad and makes me wonder the type of brains we have on this forum: If no other thing, he suckled on his mother's Bosom . Shalow minds always reason from their shalow brains.
5  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: What will u do if ur husband/Wife slap ur mother? on: 21-11-2011 11:21 PM
It depends on what the mother did: In the western world, and of course in some developing countries where strange things happen, people commit a lot of crimes that would warrant insult. For example, drug users have dirty habits, they are cripy and they could lure kids to immoral acts. They could steal to support habits, they could prostitute a grand child to support the drug habit, and a whole lot of other vices. So one cannot rightly say never, although we do not hope this could happen in our families. So I would say still, it depends on the situation that could compel a spouse to raise his or her hands on the mother in-law .
6  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Jonathan: Achebe not in tune with reality on: 16-11-2011 08:01 AM
It seems Nigerians expected miracles immediately GEJ came into power. This issue about award is not about Achebe or GEJ; it is about the poor masses who are suffering from hardship created by bad governance. Did we expect Jonathan to turn things around within two years? Were Nigerian problems so simple we hoped Ebere Jonathan could fix them in a short space of time? Has the complexity caused by union of un-identical cultures lightened enough to herald a radical change? These social giants that now speak bad about Jonathan, have they established avenues/outlets to affect change in Nigerian leadership, and have they stayed the course? Is Jonathan the right person for the whole country to vent anger on? What is the name of Chinua Achebe's foundation - social impact on the people? Nigerian would have been better with people like Achebe in power; did he make any effort to lead the nation out of the doldrums and dungeon of self-centered political philosophy? Award is more than acknowledgement of contributions; award is a motivational and inspirational strategy to encourage people to emulate good did, an invitation to get involved in the process and raising of the bar for other aspirants. I still think it a missed opportunity for our elder statesman to make impact and to channel his social and political viewpoint regarding the present economic condition of the country - other than a literary giant, we give that to him any day. Consequential totalitarianism would have thanked him for accepting the award looking at a bigger picture.
7  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Baba Suwe Saga: NDLEA Officers Embarrass Stella Damasus At Lagos Airport (Page 4) on: 15-11-2011 11:54 AM
Osama-bin-laden, u callled pals disgruntled idiots, at the same time said you u dey burn for inside heart, does that not mean u are disgruntled too.

People are angry at the NDLEA because they are doing their job, but because they would let go the extreme search if one pays them. So it is not about protecting Nigerian interest but ensuring the outlet to search people opens door for them to enrich themselves. Read confessions of other clean travelers who encountered the same situation.  
8  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Baba Suwe Saga: NDLEA Officers Embarrass Stella Damasus At Lagos Airport on: 14-11-2011 11:41 PM
Poor Stella, if it were in a civilized society she would have sued the hell out of the NDLEA. Gul, take it easy, that's naija for u. If they could do that to our dear Stella, think of what would happen to an ordinary citizen.
9  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Jonathan: Achebe not in tune with reality on: 14-11-2011 08:27 PM
Nigerian economy needs boost, and this is a missed opportunity to create business for the same people whose interest he fights for. Staying-put abroad and talking bad about bad leadership in Nigeria does not foster the much needed change in the country. Come home, organize revolution - using his hgh integrity, to drive his message into the hearts of the leaders.
10  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Can you date/marry a lady that smokes? on: 14-11-2011 04:23 PM
No. I can't kiss an ashtray, stinky mouth, cavities, rotten teeth, bad breath, burnt bedspreads, burnt chairs, smelly clothes etc.
11  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Jonathan: Achebe not in tune with reality on: 14-11-2011 10:59 AM
We love Achebe, but rejecting the award to honor his contributions to literacy does not make any sense. I would think, the smartest thing would be use the opportunity to pass on his message of disillusionment of the political trend in Nigeria. You cannot affect a change by side-talking, sitting on the fence and not channeling the appropraite viewpoint to the right quaters, rigth time and right place. The world, and infact the deaf naija politicians would have heard his message if he accepted the award, organized reception party and mounted a pulpit to talk/express about his feeling regarding the present and past Nigerian leaders, and the sufferings of the people. As poor and ailing as our economy, a reception party in his honor would have generated millions of naira for our country. Did he think about the economic aspects of the award - not for him (because we know he is wealthy), but for businesses in Nigeria and beyond? An Igbo saying goes like this, "one does not add pepper to an aqueous solution made for curing an ailing eye".
12  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Can you name the person you love right now? just there first name (Page 53) on: 12-11-2011 04:56 PM
how many people can I lluuvvee right now?
13  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Nigerian Parents Express Their Anger On Modern Tattoo Culture (Page 6) on: 11-11-2011 11:50 AM
People still quote the old testament? If we must copy the modern culture, guess what, all of them come together, the good, the bad and the ugly. Bible says do not steal, well, most of us here have brothers, cousins etc who are European businessmen, yahoo boys, 419, you name it. How many times have you asked your suddenly rich relative how he got money within 6months to buy seven okwuotoekeneeze, take chieftancy title, and declares himself the richest son of the soil - Nwakaibeya one of Igboland, Aputaobie one etc? So worry not about tattoo, cos it is a less evil compared to vices in our country.
14  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Policemen beat up Army Captain, wife at checkpoint. (Page 2) on: 11-11-2011 11:31 AM
Army officer should not be above the law. If police had legitimate reason to search every vehicle that passed by, what makes army office exempt from the search? Unfortunately, Nigeria police only ask passengers to open their trunks to enable them ask for bribe. In a civilized society, police has the authority to invade the privacy of suspected criminal, but no right to take laws into their own hands - like beating and rough-handling to inflict injury or cause bodily pain.
Army officer could have avoided all the dramma by complying with authority, I guess he wanted to show off - I'm army officer. Both of them need to be disciplined by their bosses for failing to show professionalism in the discharge of their duties. Police should have just arrested him, and he had no business refusing to comply with orders.
15  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Nigerian Parents Express Their Anger On Modern Tattoo Culture on: 11-11-2011 02:19 AM
People please wake up for 22nd century. Tatoo is a fashion, you go to a shop, select the type of clothes, shoes, hats, watches etc that look good to you. People go to tattoo shops and ask the artists to put their choice or design them. Just like the wigs womens wear, just like the low-cut jeans, just like the mini clothes, just like the hats with designs we wear, just like blond hair/wigs black women wear, just like every other modern society lifestyle we have adopted: rap music, hi-hop living etc. You all kill me with all the pretending of holiness. Before the advent of Chritianity, Africans had cultures, which protected our land, our morals and values, and which acted as checks and balances on what we should or should'nt do. Today, with all of you that are too holy we have lost all our values. Please embrace tatoo as fashion and stop the negative connotations you attach to the tattoo wearing. Just because we are Africans: two religions - Christianity/Almighty God and our ancestoral beliefs, that is why we always attach negativism to all these things. Look at all the sports stars and entertainers in civilized countries, 98% of them have tattoos of all nature and kinds. They do not have special meanings attached to them - other than "they look good" on them (the stars).  We cannot accept these Nollywood actors and actresses as stars and at the same time we refuse to allow them the grace to showcase their qualities of stardoms.
16  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Why Do Men Think women's Politeness Means they are Interested in Them? on: 10-11-2011 02:35 PM
I think the reason is because women are good in hiding their feelings. They think it's the men's responsibility to make the advances first. Because men do never and will never diggest women, or ligthly put, know what women want, we tend to respond prematurely to their politeness thinking we have cracked the hard nut. The word "Crush" comes to play here: both men and women could have crush; but, it is always men that are willing to express themselves and sometimes still hit the rocks (pretending women).
17  Forum / Law and Crime / Re: NIGERIAN TOPS FBI MOST WANTED LIST FOR STEALING $44 MILLION on: 10-11-2011 11:45 AM
Poster, this news is two years too old. And u have added more details to the original story - wow!
18  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Husband shaving his wife private part. (Page 14) on: 9-11-2011 11:16 PM
Stephlike, I disagree with you. For one, too much hair causes sweating, which therefore leads to smelling Secondlt, there not many men who eaton or suck hairy Thirdly, after eating and sucking, fcking, plus body frictions, an unshaved virgy becomes wet and damp cause odor. Hair is like a blanket protecting skin from cold and ventilation. So leaving it unshaved could cause itching, bumps, rashes, etc. Please ladies keep clean and allow some fresh air inside!~
19  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Husband shaving his wife private part. (Page 17) on: 9-11-2011 11:07 PM
Sophiebaby, my services are not free cos I do professional job. How much are u willing to pay; and remember acres cost more?
20  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Husband shaving his wife private part. (Page 8) on: 9-11-2011 04:08 AM
Not a problem. I do that anyways for my Gf, so i would do it for my wiffy.Afteral I'm the one who drink all the juice in it.
But wait a minute, have u not heard about spa? where ladies shave, wax, tan and do other private things..
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