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chit-chat / Home Coming
« on: April 07, 2016, 05:03:21 PM »
Dear all,

Really don't know how to start, is like I'm lost! where are the old "foruminites" this is call for a reunion after almost decade of hibernation!
Hello all ;D ;D ;D
 

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General Board / Saying Hello to Old Pals
« on: April 07, 2016, 04:50:17 PM »
Dear all,
Indeed it has been quite a long time. Don't even know where and how to start again, after years of hibernation. Please where is everybody?
G-naka, Muhsin , Dan-borno and one other person I forgot nice seeing you still around.


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chit-chat / Re: Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: June 15, 2011, 06:27:18 PM »
 ;D WELL WELL, IS GOOD TO BE BACK HOME. I'M WELCOMING MYSELF BACK AND WANT TO ASSURE MY FRIENDS I'M BACK FOR GOOD! HOPE MY GUYS ARE ALL AROUND. ???

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Health Matters / Re: Modest HIV protection confirmed!!!
« on: October 22, 2009, 11:46:35 PM »
It's indeed a good and positive step but there's still a long way to go! ;D there is more to it ???

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General Board / Re: K-ONLINE GET TOGETHER (GTG) - 2008
« on: January 02, 2009, 08:51:45 PM »
what a great opportunity i missed! i really wanted to meet the on-line gurus, well.......may be some other time. good account Mal Waziri.

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chit-chat / Re: A White NIGERIAN PRESIDENT !!
« on: November 23, 2008, 09:30:17 PM »
i rather say nothing to this!

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chit-chat / Re: IS K-ONLINE BECOMING BORING?
« on: November 23, 2008, 09:25:46 PM »
welcome back Hafsy_Baby! wetin yu bring com?

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chit-chat / Re: Make Me Laugh!
« on: November 23, 2008, 09:21:20 PM »
Hi,

A good laugh for lunch break!!!!

 

Late in 1994, an 87 year old great-grand father passed on in a village close to Amai, Kwale, Delta State.
 
The late man’s grandson by name Ufiaka (26 years old and fairly educated) was given some money and asked to travel to Agbor and buy a fine casket for his grand pa’s burial.
 
Ufiaka left base early and arrived Agbor in good time to purchase the casket and make the return journey same day.  He was fortunate to get an open back white coloured Peugeot 404 pickup heading for Amai.  He, however, had to ride in the back of the pickup with the casket because two market women travelling to Amai were already seated in front with the driver.
 
On the home journey, they ran into a heavy rain storm close to Urhonigbe and Ufiaka quickly opened the Casket, laid himself nicely in the well-padded interior, covered the lid and used the folded newspaper he had with him to leave a small opening between the lid and the main body of the white casket to ensure adequate ventilation.  The interior of the casket was very comfortable and Ufiaka fell into a very deep sleep.
 
The rain had subsided at the time the pickup van arrived at Umutu and during a brief stop there, two men travelling to Amai entered the vehicle at the back and the same happened at Obiaruku where a man and a woman travelling also to Amai entered the vehicle.  All this while, Ufiaka was enjoying his beauty sleep inside the Casket completely unaware of the new passengers who boarded at Umutu and Obiaruku.
 
The pickup van arrived Amai just after 5 p.m. and the driver, who was now very hungry, stopped in front of a busy bukataria to have a quick bite before proceeding to the next village. The sudden stoppage and revving of the pickup’s engine woke Ufiaka who then opened the lid of the Casket and rose up.
 
Trouble!  Trouble!!  Wahala!!!   Katakata!!!!
The passengers in the back of the pickup jumped out of the vehicle from various points and took to their heels in various directions.  The people eating in open type bukataria (including the mama-put and her service girls) who saw the white casket open and a ‘ghost’ stop out, ran off all over the place some with balls of eba and akpu in their hands.  Ufiaka, seeing people running ‘helter skelter’ was convinced that armed robbers were operating and decided to take-off in the direction three of the passengers, including the women, were running.
 
When the three passengers realised that Ufiaka was running towards them, they increased speed and shouted ghost, ghost and to further worsen the situation, Ufiaka was dressed in white up and down with white shoes to match that day.
 
With the shouting of ghost, other people in their homes came out to see what was going on and on seeing people running at high speed all over they joined in the race for dear life and the number just swelled.
 
The driver and the two market women were running too! When they saw people pointing to Ufiaka that he was the ghost they started laughing at their stupidity for not knowing what they were running from before they started running.
 
IF NA YOU SEE DE GHOST, WETIN YOU GO DO?

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well that's a fact, i drop by every now and then, but considering the posts i pasted a couple of years back, one can not deny the fact that "we" did well. people like JIBO, G'NAKA and few others can testify to that!
 nevertheless, my contribution will be coming once again soonest! THANKS for the tip!
:-X

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chit-chat / TOWARDS A BETTER K-ONLINE...................................
« on: November 01, 2008, 05:50:52 PM »
"kowa ya tuna bara, baiji dadin bana ba!"
reflecting those good time we had, today one can't really comprehend what's the real problem with the forum? we all know that the Admin has been doing his best to keep the forum as vibrant as possible and yet the forum still seem retrogressing in terms of intellectualism, creativity and etc.

the point now is what is the problem?
what are the measures to be taken?
how do we takle the problem(s)?

but one thing i'm really craving for, is a vibrant k-online!
"

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chit-chat / Re: Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: November 01, 2008, 05:39:52 PM »
calling on all the forumites to assemble for the big time re-union from now to december, so that we dicuss on how to move the forum forward and make it as lively as it was some couple years back.

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General Board / Re: Yar’Adua sacks 20 ministers
« on: November 01, 2008, 05:30:23 PM »
I am glad at least in one case... that of Aliyu Modibbo Umar. That man baya son talaka from all alamomi, kuma he is not serving the talakan. What was it he said some months back about the prices of houses in Abuja..wai dama abuja ba ta talaka bace. If u cant afford it move out!!!

haba Husna! what's so unique about what he said, how many times the former minister of FCT, El-Rufai said worst than that! and do you think what he said is wrong?

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General Board / Re: ARREST OF DAN-IBRO AND THE FUTURE OF KANNYWOOD
« on: October 22, 2008, 12:51:36 PM »
Subhanallah! dan borno you should fear Allah! it seems you and your like have completely succumbed to the tutelage of the west! so it appears to you as just interestin hausa drama huh? ALLAH wadaran naka ya lalace.

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General Board / NIGERIA AT 48, PROGRESS OR RETROGRESS?
« on: October 07, 2008, 08:26:15 PM »
Nigeria at 48, progress or retrogress? "Nigeria has not only a right, but also a tremendous duty to become independent, so that she may play her proper part in the affairs of the nation…………….as the country of the African continent having by far the largest population, we shall inevitably occupy an important position from the moment we become independent…………..our slightest act our every word, will have repercussions on our neighbors, and I am confident that Nigeria will probe to be stabilizing force in Africa, that our example will induce conditions favorable to orderly progress and development." - Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Nigeria’s first and only Prime Minister (October, 1960)
1st October supposes to be a great and indeed a historic day for all Nigerians, but that seem an obsolete phenomena now. It is very pathetic for true patriots that in forty eight years we virtually lost almost all the tutelage of our ancestors and we seem to be crawling instead of running on our feet’s. Thanks to those sadomasochists! Those Nationalist that sacrificed all they possessed, above all their lives for Nigeria to come to being; Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Sir Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of Sokoto, Chief Nmandi Azikwe and like would have, have a second thought for their selfless action had it been known to them that all their efforts will be held at ransom by opportunistic predators!
 "Among certain people to-day, there is too much craving for wealth. Let us remember that money is not all. Money without integrity is dishonorable. If I have plenty of money, does it really mean that my children will not squander it? If they do, all the hoarding has been worthless. And if I acquire wealth dishonorably the dishonor remains long after the wealth has been squandered".
How right these statements were then and how very wrong are they in to-day’s Nigeria!In his believe and his likes then and nowadays honesty and good name were and are all that really matters. May his soul and all the like rest in peace, to the end of time that name and it likes were written in gold and grateful Nigerians shall remain for all they have done to the making of Nigeria a sovereign nation. The statements are very wrong in to-day’s Nigeria because good name, honesty and integrity were for long been replaced by greed, selfishness, looting, sadomasochism and oppression as yardstick for public respect. In to-day’s Nigeria, money is everything; the respect one earns from the public is directly proportionate to his ruthlessly acquired wealth at all cost.
"Let us now reflect on what it means for Nigeria to be independent. Although independent means freedom, it is not freedom of the jungle where might is right. We are not free to molest others less strong than ourselves or trample with their right simply because we are in a position of authority over them…………………… the eyes of the world are on Nigeria now and there are many friends who hope we shall be the leading nation in Africa. Let me say with all the emphasis at my command that we shall never attain this goal if there is suspicion and mistrust among the people of Nigeria ………………" – Sir Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of Sokoto (October, 1960)Sardauna had failed to vision the present day Nigeria he would have reframe his statement above! For in present Nigeria, those in authority not only molest or trample on the right of others but they do exploit, punish, terrorize and hold them at ransom in their own fatherland. They are denied medical attention, no proper and healthy water supply, no good roads, no security to lives and properties, no adequate education, no agricultural provisions, no social amenities and the most painful and barbaric of all the masses can not vote the people they deem fit for their mandate, those that will respond to their aspirations and yearnings! This is despite the billions of dollars being realized on daily basis. It is being said that the revenue generated from 1999 to date is by far more than that generated from Independence to 1998! How pathetic? Talking about dividend of democracy, I think our way to attainment of such is really far and not at this trend. We just need to change our attitude and in vive the tutelage of the heroes of the past the men of honor, reputation and integrity. An eye opener to the present so called politicians and democrats!

MUHAMMAD BASHIR

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General Board / Re: AS WE MOAN OUR DEAD SOLDIERS
« on: May 25, 2008, 02:20:03 PM »

Haba Husna! it's just like you don't know anything about diplomacy? Nigeria as giant of Africa, is just doing what it suppose to be doing by right. so let's just pray for the success of the Nigeria's mission in Sudan.

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