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« on: October 20, 2009, 10:25:29 AM »
Well said arubuta.

The girl's mind would never be at rest knowing that her husband is a heavy drinker.
How could he be drunk on the eve of his wedding.He'll go to the wedding with a hangover.

It is a complicated issue sha.

Goga, menene kuma "hangover"? Ko rataya kake nufi?

« on: September 29, 2009, 12:27:39 PM »
I concur fully with this suggestion. We then make sure that Pressmen are fully involved for the sake of publicity. Let us get the estimates as soon as possible so that work can start in earnest.

Meanwhile, I still see some wisdom in making a publication on the subject matter under discussion. I don't know, but I feel that doing that will also impact positively on the public.

chit-chat / Re: santi
« on: September 01, 2009, 11:19:57 AM »
Goga, ai kwakwad da ka sani ake sayarwa, mai fari a ciki. Ka saya ka na gutsura da burodi. Ai wallahi in baka yi hankali ba, ka sahur da komai kenan! ;D

General Board / Re: No hope
« on: September 01, 2009, 11:11:49 AM »
With a lot of injustices and self-glorification and gratification, the Hope for Nigerians is with Allah! We do what we can and leave the rest to Allah! We are handicapped in so many ways. One we are not sincere with ourselves, we cannot be our brothers keepers, it is difficulr to trust any sincere person, because it is difficult to know who is sincere and who is just taking you for a ride. One time  a man will tell you all you want to hear about your problems and the solution, before you know it that same man is using you to make money. Leaders to day at all levels mostly make money to forget the past the common man we are talking about is just trying to get out of the mes he is in and then forget about those he left there, those he was struggling with!If he has made it he forgets the past. This is the kind of situation we find ourselves. therefore every average Nigerain has a problem within himself either self-imposed or as a result of bad leadership! Nigeria and its citizens need serious reorientation from a sincere and impeccable persons! STRONG AND POWERFULY WILLED INDIVIDUALS WHO MUST UNDERSTAND THE NATURE OF NIGERIANS AND THE NEED TO DRAW A LINE AND MAKE SACRIFICES FOR JOB!

Ka ji gaskiya, dokin karfe! Lalle kamata mu daure, mu koma ga Allahu SWT.

« on: August 30, 2009, 08:00:34 PM »
Aiya auntie, ba haka bane. Amma dai ace dan littafin da muke son bugawa ace wai ba inputs naki kwata kwata? Ahhhhh, ba zai yiwu ba fa........... Yi hakuri, kin ji ko? ???

chit-chat / Re: santi
« on: August 30, 2009, 07:51:06 PM »
Goga mai bakin taba romo! Kai ashe dai akwai masu kwadayi da yawa nan. Goga, ko ka taba cin burodi da kwakwa? Wayyo dadi! Ai kana taunawa wallahi sai ka ji wani dan mai mai na fita kana hadiya ba ko shan ruwa! Dan Allah ka gwada ka bani labari.....

Husna, da alaman kina san yaji sosai. To, sai ki sami dan yajin ki hada da mangyada da dan gishiri daidai. Sai ki sami kosai, ko takalallabi, ki dinga dangwala kina ci! Har kunnenki sai ya motsa ba baki kawai ba!....

General Board / Re: No hope
« on: August 30, 2009, 07:37:41 PM »
The country Nigeria belongs to all of us. What worries us all is the ineptitude of our visionless leaders to move the country forward. The resources at our disposal are not properly put to use for the common man. Corruption here, there and everywhere! We seem to be misplacing priorities by the rapacious acts of our leaders' penchant for stashing money only for themselves and their families. These guys do not patronize our hospitals, their children are sent abroad to study and do not shop in the same market with us. It seems their teeths are in our flesh, sucking and squeezing us dry like oranges.
Really, I, for one, does not loose hope on the expectation that one day, the Almighty will pity the down trodden and bring about a blissfully, peaceful, and well developed country for our children yet un-born to enjoy. We need to fervently pray and keep on admonishing our leaders to always tow the right way in their actions. We should not LOOSE HOPE and be dejected forever, because there is always light at the end of the tunnel!
Let us keep on crying, striving and smiling, hoping that things will get better soonest.

chit-chat / Re: Make Me Laugh!
« on: August 28, 2009, 08:45:18 PM »
A tourist in a Cairo bazaar was offered a large skull by a street-trader. “dis de skull of great Queen Cleopatra, by friend,” said the trader, “only one hundred pounds.”
“No thank you,” said the tourist. “It’s far too expensive.”
“How ‘bout dis one, my friend?” said the street trader, producing a small skull.
“Whose skull is that?”
“dis de skull of great Queen Cleopatra when she was little girl!”


chit-chat / Re: How are you feeling today?
« on: August 27, 2009, 09:02:51 PM »
Salam! Today I am having a troubled stomach!

Jibo, ko ka hau kosai mai yaji ne kuma ka dora sweet juice akai? Allah sawwake.

Gaskiaya ni kam ina jin dama daman azumi bana. Ko dai sai sun kai kamar rabi zan fara ji, oho.

General Board / Re: No hope
« on: August 27, 2009, 08:52:58 PM »
Stop talking bull Muhsin. It is the fatalistic acceptance of the status quo as u are doing that  derails everything. Every word of Nura's sentiments is correct. Yaradua is the wrong man for the job of ruling Nigeria. I can bet you even uban gidan nasa OBJ who rammed him down our throats is seriously regretting his rash and ill conceived action. It is a disgrace for Yardua to talk of 6000 megawatts and downright embarrassing to see that he couldnt deliver even that much. Something seriously needs to be done about this country.

To be done about this country? Like what?

« on: August 27, 2009, 08:48:02 PM »
hehehehehehe........haba manyanmu!  ;D

General Board / Re: CBN sacks bank executives
« on: August 27, 2009, 08:42:31 PM »
BKG, we all hope so. But could you elaborate more why " No bank would be allowed to fail"?

chit-chat / Re: Daily Ramadan
« on: August 25, 2009, 10:11:02 AM »
Goga? azumi a calabar? I know calabar to be serene and quiet. I will suggest that for sahur you should take a lot of plantain (dodo) with stew. As for continued Qasr praying, you can do it throughout your stay there, no matter the number of days and so long as your stay is recognized Islamically. I remember reading a Hadith on that and will post it when i found it.
Meanwhile, do not go near the creeks!

« on: August 25, 2009, 09:53:51 AM »
DBN, as Goganna(su) ;D, said, ai ba dole, so let it be! So kindly drop auntie's name from the committee and replace it with another. But I believe surely and sincerely, that Her majesty auntie will generously afford us the opportunity to tap from her knowledge by chipping advices here and there, when the need for that arises.

Goga, na dawo kam, amma an sace min avatar, kana ina aka tafka min wannan aika aikar????

« on: August 24, 2009, 11:03:59 AM »
Muhsin, surely this is a good idea. Afterall, majority of the victims could not be english speaking. I support the idea of translating whatever the committee comes up with into Hausa language and any other.

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