Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - Danborno

Pages: [1] 2
chit-chat / Re: NEW! Hausa Online dating
« on: September 18, 2016, 05:46:25 AM »
Gogannaka kunyi bako a nan fa

Kano Forum / Re: List of Local Governments in Kano State
« on: April 12, 2016, 10:58:31 AM »
Kano should be sub-divided into three (3)
44 LGA yayi yawa

Thank you Danborno and keep the suggestions coming. btw, I like your new avatar...

Thank you my able leader.  I adopted this 3 years ago, its a ceremonial bodyguard of the Sheikh of Borno in his full regalia.  Drawns by a British visitor in the 1820s.

The mounted knight was central to the Borno State, and many Kanuri people still value horsemanship and horses and surprisingly I dont have a horse Sir.

As a Night - I watch over not only the King but the Kingdom.

General Board / Re: From Heart to Heart: Hearken
« on: April 08, 2016, 01:57:28 PM »
Masha Allah, this brings us to the issue of "Media Propaganda" which the north and Muslims in particular must wake up to the challenges.  Because if I can vividly recall, this matter was put into flame by the Punch Newspaper. 

chit-chat / Re: Word Association
« on: April 08, 2016, 12:47:37 PM »

General Board / Re: From Heart to Heart: Hearken
« on: April 08, 2016, 12:29:46 PM »
Taking Yunusa Yellow versus Esse Oruru scenario as an example, at the wake of the incidence, voices troop in in bunches condemning the union between the spouses who are 18 & 17 years old respectively and calling for former's persecution and #JusticeForEsse. The same cry-wolf has never been heard when a father from Esse Oruru's Bayelsa state rapes own biological daughter, impregnates her and forcefully aborted the pregnancy.

Welcome to kanoonline and feel very comfortable Brother Mahir.
What I dont understand is, are you supporting what Yunusa did
or comparing Yunusa with a father that rape his daughter?

General Board / Re: PMB and the Parable of a Homeboy
« on: April 08, 2016, 12:20:17 PM »
Even DB does not agree with your analyses despite his diplomatic or ( is it?) sitting on the fence response.

I did not sit on the fence Husnaa, I only voted for Buhari because I am left with
no option.  He isnt my candidate since 2003 and my thread which I reincarnated
in kanoonline HABA JANAR LET IT GO MANA speaks for itself. 

However, this doesnt stop me from paying allegiance to the President of the FRN
as he is now. 

The security situation has improved, but that is what he swore to do better if elected
and he is doing no one any favour if for example he allowed things to deteriorated
just like his predecessor did, after all even Hitler left behind some Jews.

But the issue at hand now are capable of breaching peace, because as at yesterday
there was a clash between Police and some youth in Kaduna because of black market.

Soon, unemployed youth will form a powerful bloc that an ordinary person cannot think
of going to the filling station to buy fuel at N86 because they have found a new job and
its paying.

Taxi drivers prefers to stay on the cue, refill their tanks and sell at the black market because
they get more profit than doing the taxi business.

What we are saying is, the Federal Government under General Buhari can do better in
augmenting the sufferings of Nigerians.  How many people benefit from the oil corruption
that the whole Nigerians will be put to suffer because of their sin?

Thank God we are reminded that it is not Imam Bukhari but Buharin Daura and we can
criticize him anytime, anywhere we feel its not right, after all that is the beauty of democracy.

« on: April 08, 2016, 11:59:30 AM »
When Buhari lost in the Presidential Election in 2007, he went to Tribunal as usual demanding so many things, as at that time, many northerners glaringly didn’t side with General Buhari because it was Yar’adua that won the election and from all indications, Yar’adua is better than Buhari in many examples hence the comfort.  Some clerics even find illegality in the actions of Buhari, that was when in Kanoonline we came up with a thread discussing Buhari should let it go, tunda ya dade yana fama.

Bakangizo said during the debate
I agree with that. I don't think Buhari is made for nigerian politics. And Hajiya Husnaa, he needs  a party machinery to succeed. And I'm not sure where he's headed to next. Cos going by his antecedents, whatever marriage he eventually contrive with whatever party (not only ANPP) is bound to collapse sooner or later....

Muhsin also commented, no wonder he is still critical of Buhari’s Government now.

Sarkin Karatu speak out your voice very well,
this name "Maigaskiya" came later after he
retired from military.  Wace gaskiya yake da ita?
Ba tare da an damka masa amana ba tayaya
zamu san cewa yana da gaskiya. 

Shima ai Coup yayi, illegal + Illegal = Illegality
amma yanzu shine champion of democracy
Allah save us.

Now it is almost 12 full moons since his swearing into power
We are grateful for the General that peace has relatively returned
back and the long road blocks have disappeared into thin air.

But the hardship still lingers, yesterday I have to buy petrol in
Kaduna 10 litres at the cost of N4,500.00.  I also read that the
Governor of Kebbi has abandoned all other works and started
procuring petrol to his peasant farmers else the poor farmer
cannot affort petrol to water his farm since its not raining season.

Muhsin has written so many pieces both online and in the print
media, even though he has been called names, but Nigerians
demand answers.

Noted Engineer Gogannaka.
I can see one of the short dwarfs have done a great job,
I logged on today and see summary of post even before
i could click click menus, which is a very good way of
easing things.

Kudos to our able ADMIN.

General Board / Re: Saying Hello to Old Pals
« on: April 08, 2016, 11:31:14 AM »
Mlbash, this is truely a good way of saying hallo and to old pals as well.
You are highly welcome and hope to see you frequent the forum.

Husnaa got it all, a very good small Android App will greatly enhance and increase traffic instead of always opening our slow browsers.

General Board / Re: PMB and the Parable of a Homeboy
« on: April 03, 2016, 07:03:35 PM »
Malam Muhsin, you just quenched my thirst, more especially after hearing a long sermon by an Islamic Cleric sent to me via whatsapp. All his words is justifying everything Mr President and ignoring everyone's view or suggestion, intact to an extent of ripping one's iman as if believing in Mr President 100% is also part of Imanu Billahi.

Yes, I agree, PMB is our life line but you cannot deny the fact that there are things that should be fixed urgently.

For an outsider to praise you, it is more honourable for an insider to praise you. Weather the super powers say he is not good. he is good and excellent in our eyes and it will not change anything as it will not reduce the prices of petrol, food items etc.

Peace has returned, alhamdu lillah and we most commend the effort of PMB for that because security is the bedrock of development.

chit-chat / Re: How are you feeling today?
« on: April 01, 2016, 08:57:39 PM »

« on: April 01, 2016, 08:53:24 PM »
The Government is looking at it from the angle of Poverty Alleviation, because in this part of the world, women rely 100% on men on everything.

chit-chat / Re: Settle Old Scores
« on: April 01, 2016, 08:51:14 PM »
Dambula inji barebari!!!!!!!
My story won't be complete without Bakangizo been welcomed back.

Gogannaka, abeg bring back Bakangizo

Pages: [1] 2

Powered by EzPortal