Kwara girls oldest to have first sexual experience (Page 2)

Published On: January 22, 2010, 12:57 am (10 years ago)
Author: Daniel Bosai
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no doubt, they all old fashion.
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 12:03 AM | Gistmaniac
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Quote from: T-MONEY00 on 22-01-2010 10:25 PM
Jungle don mature jo
who talk am
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 04:28 AM | Newbie
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2 baba
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 08:08 AM | Gistmaniac
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Kwara chicks in the house, jump
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 08:30 AM | Gistmaniac
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There is none
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 08:36 AM | Gistmaniac
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yahoo yahoo
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 10:38 AM | Newbie
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Na advert 4 guys. U sure sey they get men.
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 10:43 AM | Gistmaniac
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if na them be that for that pix .....i will visit there in my next vacation loi
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 11:21 AM | Gistmaniac
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Passin

Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 01:22 PM | Hero
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Passin

Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 01:23 PM | Hero
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Passin

Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 01:23 PM | Hero
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this is dumb story ,if they like make them no have the experience at all

Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 02:24 PM | Gistmaniac
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Quote from: nametalkam on 22-01-2010 12:57 AM
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The wife of the Kwara State Governor, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Saraki, on Wednesday said that girls from the state were the oldest to have first sexual experience in the country.

Quoting from a new report published by the International Journal of Health Geographics, Saraki noted that this success could be attributed majorly to the sustained campaign to ensure enrolment and completion of basic girl education in the state.

She explained that the Wellbeing Foundation, one of her pet projects, had also embarked on a rigorous campaign to ensure that the state was the first to domesticate the Child Rights Convention in 2006.

She noted that with the cooperation from the state House of Assembly, it was expected that the Maternal Health Services Bill would be signed into law on Thursday (today).

She said the foundation was in the forefront in the battle against child labour, child abuse and early marriage, stressing that the efforts were already generating a huge success.

Na U talk am OOO!...so you mean say dem dey go ITALY for their business ba?
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 02:30 PM | Hero
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Quote from: nametalkam on 22-01-2010 12:57 AM
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The wife of the Kwara State Governor, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Saraki, on Wednesday said that girls from the state were the oldest to have first sexual experience in the country.

Quoting from a new report published by the International Journal of Health Geographics, Saraki noted that this success could be attributed majorly to the sustained campaign to ensure enrolment and completion of basic girl education in the state.

She explained that the Wellbeing Foundation, one of her pet projects, had also embarked on a rigorous campaign to ensure that the state was the first to domesticate the Child Rights Convention in 2006.

She noted that with the cooperation from the state House of Assembly, it was expected that the Maternal Health Services Bill would be signed into law on Thursday (today).

She said the foundation was in the forefront in the battle against child labour, child abuse and early marriage, stressing that the efforts were already generating a huge success.

i pray it work out
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 03:39 PM | Gistmaniac
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WRONG PRAYER GETS WRONG/WORST ANSWERS
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 04:59 PM | Hero
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I go travel there go test them.
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 05:03 PM | Gistmaniac
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xter xter (m)
Quote from: nametalkam on 22-01-2010 12:57 AM
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The wife of the Kwara State Governor, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Saraki, on Wednesday said that girls from the state were the oldest to have first sexual experience in the country.

Quoting from a new report published by the International Journal of Health Geographics, Saraki noted that this success could be attributed majorly to the sustained campaign to ensure enrolment and completion of basic girl education in the state.

She explained that the Wellbeing Foundation, one of her pet projects, had also embarked on a rigorous campaign to ensure that the state was the first to domesticate the Child Rights Convention in 2006.

She noted that with the cooperation from the state House of Assembly, it was expected that the Maternal Health Services Bill would be signed into law on Thursday (today).

She said the foundation was in the forefront in the battle against child labour, child abuse and early marriage, stressing that the efforts were already generating a huge success.
dey mumu us

Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 05:04 PM | Addicted Hero
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 Roll Eyes Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 05:14 PM | Upcoming
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xter xter (m)
wetin?

Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 05:31 PM | Addicted Hero
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Quote from: brightossy on 23-01-2010 05:03 PM
I go travel there go test them.

ABEG GO COME...HIV 2+ DEY WAIT 4 U....BRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Posted: (10 years ago) on 23-01-2010 05:45 PM | Hero
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