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3301  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Man who fathered 30 kids says he needs a break—on child support on: 20-05-2012 10:36 AM
I think say na me day lead with 17children on my 34 birthday, wow, man i hail you for breaking my record, na man you be, 3 kposa for you, kposa kposa kposa.
3302  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: STORY! I Married My Husband Out Of Sympathy – Ara the female drummer on: 13-05-2012 10:32 PM
Blind man carrying a crippled on his back said, "e be like say plenty fine girls dey dis area?" Cripple: "how U take know, U see them?" Blind man: "No, but Ur prick dey stand since we enter this area
3303  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Nollywood Movie Star, Funke Akindele Alias Janifa Gets Married ON May 26th on: 13-05-2012 10:29 PM
Blind man carrying a crippled on his back said, "e be like say plenty fine girls dey dis area?" Cripple: "how U take know, U see them?" Blind man: "No, but Ur prick dey stand since we enter this area
3304  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: CBN To Introduce N5000 and N2000 Notes and N10, N20 Coins on: 13-05-2012 10:29 PM
Blind man carrying a crippled on his back said, "e be like say plenty fine girls dey dis area?" Cripple: "how U take know, U see them?" Blind man: "No, but Ur prick dey stand since we enter this area
3305  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: 6 Nigerians with Valid Travel Documents Denied Entry into Egypt on: 9-05-2012 09:23 PM
I really don`t know what to talk about this useless Egypt immigrations, I once use there and also their service is very poor, they will almost kill one with juice and cake, no beer or wine, foolish people even as that i was deported when i was going to Europe and that is not their business, they say my pocket money was too small and i was having 600 Euro, I really hate those Egyptian immigration and their airline, it will be over my dead body to visit or use their airline again, foolish people. Shocked Shocked Huh?
3306  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: BUSTED: Oshiomhole’s Multi-Billion Naira Mansion Exposed (Page 4) on: 19-04-2012 12:43 PM
3307  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: BUSTED: Oshiomhole’s Multi-Billion Naira Mansion Exposed on: 19-04-2012 12:36 PM
Even if he build 20 of this or even more than, I like am provided my state is going forward, i love this man with everything around me, i can take a bullet for him because he is a dream come true for the Edos, I still imagine if that was the Edo state of 4 years back, he transform and change Edo state to a state of hope and comfort, now we have some good road and some other things needed as a human to run the race of life. Adam let who wan talk talk who wan die make he die, you are still the MAN. Poster waiting that wayo foolish okada man do for Eight Years, good 8 years?
3308  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Another 27 Years Old Man Marries 70 Years Old Oyinbo Woman on: 7-04-2012 01:12 PM
hero4life: thanks and tell the mumu waiting him nor no, na fool be and na big disgraceto black race
3309  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Another 27 Years Old Man Marries 70 Years Old Oyinbo Woman on: 7-04-2012 12:36 PM
poster waitin concern you, waiting dey tear your pant fr another person business, nor be them start am, all na the game, soon i go package my own come so that you go get more news as you nor get work, all way na wey provided you don`t kill or steal, may God bless them both and if you are not happy with it go hang.
3310  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / ??NIGERIA....MY BELOVED on: 2-04-2012 06:48 PM
• Where ladies don't accept flowers for valentine or birthday gift.

• Where lizards go look ur eyeball,nod head say "notin dey happen guy"
• Where a blind beggar will reject a fake naira note.

•Where Groundnuts are sold in BOTTLES and WATER is sold in SATCHETS.

• Where parents claim they always came first position in school.

• Where You Can Be A Driver For Years Without A 'DRIVER's LICENCE'

• Where the Presidents and other government officials don't know the national anthem.

• Where Gala and Lacasera is d best option wen stuck in hold up.

• Where you are jailed for stealing Maggi and given a chieftancy title for stealing millions and Front row seat in church

• Where we fight for everything
- To gain admission to university
- to get a job and worse still
-to enter a bus!

• Where u are robbed of your phone and the robbers come back for ur Pin code n charger.

• Where you can easily blame your unsuccessfulnes on family members in the village.

• Where generator is a social amenity.

• Where people dey collect change for beggar hand.

• Where igbo men produce Toyota camry jeans and Dr. Dre slippers

• Where the man who had no shoes is the president.

•Where a 60-yr-old grandpa is a National youth leader

•Where citizens are more afraid of Police than Armed robbers.

No Country's craziness is greater than Nigeria's absurdity... Proudly Nigerian.
3311  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Night Life In Nigeria, What Goes On Inside Naija Night Club [Photo] on: 2-04-2012 12:50 AM
Him dey anoint the girl yansh? because i nor really understand waiting dey go on for the groove or club, devil as really taking over the earth, God have mercy on your children
3312  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: LOLZ: Snake stuck in beer can dies on: 30-03-2012 04:18 PM
Maybe the snake don tire for life, That na the reason y e commit suicide, all die na die, rip snake
3313  Forum / FunnyHub (Jokes + Comedy) / Nine Things Never to Say to Your Boss on: 29-03-2012 10:55 AM
“Think before you speak” is always a good policy -- and at work it's even more important. Saying the wrong thing to your boss can do serious damage to your career -- and some of the things bosses don't like to hear may surprise you. We checked in with some managers and came up with this list of nine phrases they strongly dislike -- and we'll tell you what you should say instead:

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1. "I need a raise."

Never enter salary negotiations talking about what you need -- because of rising costs or a new expense, for instance. Your employer doesn't care about your financial problems. However, management probably does want to reward success and keep high-performing employees satisfied. A raise request should always be supported by evidence of what you've achieved for the company -- along with information about what people with your responsibilities typically earn.

2. “That just isn’t possible.”

Always speak to your boss in terms of what can be done. For instance, rather than saying “We can’t get this done by Friday,” say “We could definitely get this done by Monday, or if we brought in some freelance help, we could meet the Friday deadline.” When you talk to your boss, think in terms of solving problems for her, not in terms of putting problems on her plate.

3. “I can’t stand working with ____.”

Complaining about a coworker's personality usually reflects more poorly on you than on the coworker. Don’t make these kinds of conflicts your boss’s problem. Of course, management is interested in problems that jeopardize the company's ability to function. If you have to speak to HR about a problem such as a colleague's threatening, illegal or unethical behavior, keep your tone professional and the focus on work -- not personal issues.

4. “I partied too hard last night -- I'm so hung over!”

Buck up and get through the day with some ibuprofen, extra undereye concealer and coffee. But don’t share the sordid details of your night on the town with your boss. Even if you have a friendly relationship, he’s just as likely to react with (unspoken) disdain as sympathy. Maintaining a solid veneer of professionalism will pay off when it's time to discuss promotions.

5. “But I emailed you about that last week.”

Alerting your boss to a problem via email doesn't absolve you of all responsibility for it. Bosses hate the "out of my outbox, out of my mind" attitude. Keep tabs on all critical issues you know about -- and keep checking in until you hear a firm "You don't need to worry about that anymore."

6. “It’s not my fault.”

Are you a whiny 8-year-old or a take-charge professional? Assume responsibility and take steps to fix a problem that you did, in fact, create. And if you are being wrongly blamed for a problem, saying “Let’s get to the bottom of this” or “What can we do to make it right?” is much more effective than saying “It’s not my fault.”

7. "I don't know.”

If your boss asks you a question you can’t answer, the correct response is not "I don't know." It's "I'll find out right away."

8. “But we've always done it this way."

You may find yourself with a new boss who wants to try new things -- and the best way to present yourself as a workplace relic is to meet change with a "we do it this way because this is the way we do it" attitude. When a brainstorming session takes place, be part of it and stay open to new ideas. If you have concerns about a new idea's feasibility, say "I think for this to work, we will have to…" Don't kill new ideas with negativity.

9. “Let me set you up with...”

Avoid the urge to play matchmaker for your single boss. The potential risk far outweighs any potential benefit. In modern workplaces, hierarchical structures are often less rigid, and bosses will often end up in semisocial situations with their direct reports. Smart workers will draw the line at "oversharing" -- definitely something to keep in mind if you're connecting to your company's managers on social networks like Facebook.
3314  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Omotola Ekeinde Jalade Celebrates 16 Years Of Marriage To Pilot Mathew on: 23-03-2012 11:27 PM
Una dey carried away, i am not against their union or happiness, but one thing is missing which is true, look at Omo Sexy finger, where is her own wedding ring? or  I`m not seeing too clear to see the ring?
3315  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: There is no conflict between Muslims and Christians – Sultan on: 27-12-2011 11:25 PM
Thank God say i nor even vote for this badluck,i for withdraw my vote, who we think say e go lead us forward come evn be d worst wey wan try take us backword, well everything dey for God hand, Nigeria leaders na God go judge una oooh
3316  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: ((GBBOMM))) "We All Have Aids" - Patience Jonathan Drops Another Bomb on: 5-12-2011 11:41 PM
And why we Nigerians never mind our business and let other be on whatever dey do best, even if what she said was wrong, are your perfect you the poster and those that have comment on this, are you all perfect? English is a borrowed language, so what ever 1 say or made as a mistake knowing or unknowingly should be accepted, what really matter is if we undertsnad what that individual was trying to say, pls mind your business poster, that is my 1 advice for you.
3317  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Tragic! Gunmen Kill Bridegroom On Wedding Day on: 4-12-2011 11:28 AM
i kno it is painful but i pitty d woman and think how she will b feeling now, may God gives her strenght 2 move on and i pray 4 her to av d best man dat will b her own forever, for d man maybe he has wrong person or people dat makes he, she or dem take this action against him, when we human are doing things dat will kno is wrong, we dnt think what will b d out come, i pray for every soul lust to rest in peace, people should always watch what dey are doing ro others.
3318  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / He suffered a cardiac arrest brought on by his multiple horrific injuries. on: 3-12-2011 11:38 PM
He suffered a cardiac arrest brought on by his multiple horrific injuries.

In one of Britain's worst ever child abuse cases, every rib was fractured and the boy also suffered a broken arm, broken collar bone, punctured lungs and severe bruising.

There was also a sexual injury and internal wounds suggesting rape. A 46-year-old man was under arrest last night on suspicion of rape and grievous bodily harm. A woman was also in custody.

The child was taken to Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford, Kent, on Thursday. He had a heart attack there and was transferred to King's College Hospital in South London, where he was on a life support machine last night.

A source said: "These are the worst injuries the doctors and police have seen in someone so young. How the baby is alive is a miracle. He is still in a very serious condition and it's touch and go whether he survives."

The suspects are being held at North Kent police station.

A police spokeswoman said: "A baby was admitted to hospital on Thursday. Its condition is critical but stable.

"Police are currently investigating. A man and woman have been arrested."

3319  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / President Goodluck Jonathan fires Alhaji Yusuf Suleiman, sports minister on: 3-12-2011 11:34 PM
President Goodluck Jonathan has relieved the Minister of Sports, Alhaji Yusuf Suleiman of his post with immediate effect. This is to afford him the opportunity to focus fully on the pursuit of his declared political ambition.
In a statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, President Jonathan thanked Alhaji Suleiman for his services to the nation and wished him success in his future endeavours.

Reacting to the Presidency’s position, an aide to the former minister, said that Suleiman resigned his position when he joined the governorship race in Sokoto. He said that his principal’s resignation letter was acknowledged and accepted by the Federal Government in a letter written by Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator Anyim Pius Anyim.

Meanwhile, the letter dated December 2, 2011 and entitled: Letter of Resignation, which Anyim sent to Suleiman, said: “I refer to you letter dated 2nd December 2011 addressed to Mr. President on the above subject and write to convey Mr. President’s acceptance of your resignation as minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with effect from 2nd December 2011.

“I am to convey Mr. President’s appreciation for the services you rendered to the nation during your tenure as the honourable minister of sports and chairman and the Sports Commission. I wish you God’s guidance and best of luck in your future endeavours.”

Suleiman had earlier sent in his resignation letter on December 2, 2011, intimating Jonathan of his governorship ambition and therefore said: “It’s therefore with heavy heart and a deep sense of responsibility that I seek Your Excellency’s kind permission and approval to formally disengage and resign from the federal Executive Council and as a minister of the government of the federation with effect from today, Friday, 2nd December 2011.”
In another deveopment, Suleiman has said he was not going to join issues with Sokoto State Governor Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko in his struggle to get the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship ticket for March 2012 election.
Speaking at the PDP national secretariat, after submitting his nomination forms, the minister expressed readiness to move Sokoto State to a higher level with the support of all the stakeholders in the state.
3320  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: ((GBBOMM))) "We All Have Aids" - Patience Jonathan Drops Another Bomb on: 3-12-2011 11:30 PM
absolutely right, we all have aids that is the real truth, Aids does not mean that 1 infected with uncurable desease only.
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