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chit-chat / Re: What i've come to realise!
« on: June 28, 2009, 09:53:42 AM »
Is true man.
One thing i come to realise is no matter how fast you want and you think things will happen, it really dont happen till its time come.
So all i can say is we should stop been fast on things, when its time comes, it will happen.

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chit-chat / Re: Kano Babes na Wa O!
« on: August 11, 2008, 07:49:55 PM »
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.........GOMBE or no GOMBE,,,,,, all the babes r the same.
Babu wani sauki a GOMBE,,,,,,,,,,, suma they don spoil. IBB kawai carry wata BATURIYA....
kaga make we come sha biki.,,,,,,,,,,,,,lol

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LOL wa ya sani ne jewel,
Kaga idan irin ku suka yi min laifi kawai sai na tura madam to deal with you  :P
Gaskiya rannan na ga wata police din kuma ba laifi,sai dai kuma kar a ce DPO ma yana ciki,mutum ya sha sharri.

Aha. Kayi tawa kenan. Wallahi nima na so I come see one wey fine. But fear com catch me, say if na DPO girlfriend dem fit com arrest you on some trumped up charges.  ;D Haka na hakura.

lol.............haba bakan gizo...................a kawai lets have a free Police Band in ur weddin. We will deal with DPO later....................kai jamaar nan.............lolllllllllllllllllll

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General Board / Re: ‘NYSC member can’t speak English’
« on: June 01, 2008, 12:51:23 PM »
I recently met a couple of highly intelligent students from Kano who are studying in AlAzhar University in Cairo. These guys can only communicate in Arabic and Hausa and they have already graduated in flying colours and are looking forward to commencing their Masters Program if they can get a scholarship. I wonder what would happen if they were posted to Akwa Ibom as Corpers.... :)

Have u heard of something call ARABIC TEACHERS COLLEGES in the north...................if not? find out well. And by the way they r coming back to 9ja as international students, so if they wish to serve in OGBOMOSO is their own palava. cheers

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General Board / Re: ‘NYSC member can’t speak English’
« on: June 01, 2008, 12:46:01 PM »
Gogonnaka and Muhsin, you guys may be reaching a rather erroneous conclusion regarding your association of English with intelligence or English and Education. So the youth corp member could not communicate in English as reported by the paper. So what? What if his/her education was acquired in a language other than English? What if she was raised all his/her life in a non English speaking environment? Here in Florida, most older Hispanic immigrants that have lived in America for over three decades often can't speak English in an English speaking nation. In most cases, they are not interested in learning and that is not so much of a barrier for them because of the large Hispanic community here.

Now, there are Chinese, German, Russian, Arabic, Mongolian Engineers, Doctors, lawyers, Educators, Scientists, etc that do not speak English even though thousands of their fellow country men and women do. Does that make them less intelligent? The bottom line is that education can be attained in any language. English is not the standard by which education or intelligence is measured. So it is still colonial mentality and black inferiority complex to reject someone from a Federally mandated program based on the individual's ability to 'speak English'. This is why Nigeria and by extension Africa, is lost in darkness.

To make matters worse, here are two of you celebrating your own intelligence and making an ethnic argument over what you perceive to be your wonderful mastery of the White man's language.
There are some participants in this forum that write in Hausa all the time. Do you ever see me complain even though I do not understand a word of what they write? When that happens, I see it as the individual's preference, or a language they are most comfortable in communicating their ideas and expressing themselves in. I don't think by a long shot that they are ignorant or dumb. So wake up people. The truth is, as educated as most Nigerians believe they are, general American population usually have a hard time understanding most Nigerians because of the strong Nigerian accent. In many cases, there are ignorant Americans and others that think our English is horrible (even though it is proper and grammatically correct spoken English) simply because they do not understand it. Indians also have this problem. They speak proper English, yet people get frustrated because no one can understand them.

So please, get this mentality out of your heads. Which Nigerian language is internationally spoken? Does any foreigner care about any of our languages?
honestly i dnt kw y u r making all the fuzzy stuffs for. She doesnt know how to speak English and that is that kawai.
How can a GRADUATE not speak english? Was she in an IGBO UNIVERISTY abin wooooo.......................................
let her go back to primary skool.......................period.

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chit-chat / Re: Do you know that:
« on: June 01, 2008, 12:37:02 PM »
do u know that...nigeria was once ranked the 2nd most corrupt nation in the world?............(i wonder which country was the most corrupt)


..
    i think i was CAMEROUN.........................jamaar PAUL BIYA

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I know a person that is married to a police officer(woman). Abin mamaki,she dey fear the husband well well.Kuma in size she is bigger than him.


ha ha ha ha ha.......................he lafffsss.............goganaka ko kaima policewoman zaka aure ne....................................... but plz get ur own size.................lol lol lol lol lol lol

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General Board / Re: K-Online Get 2gether
« on: March 24, 2008, 01:49:15 PM »
IBB gaskia i laf taya for these one, abeg i hope i dey kano too, becus i go join you drink that fanta (abeg if chapman dey...............na that one i wan........the think look like "ZOBA"). thx for the pool.
cheers

I deleted what i initially typed. cos u wouldnt wanna see it.

this topic/question had been raised so many times. Me i didnt see anything materialise. hope it work now sha.

Mona hala me if e work i go come drink fanta 1st then look una faces. I hope you guys know i'm a police officer i dont forget faces, if i catch u one day i go say hi and ask how u r as well to make sure u have break the law so u can bribe me so i can lock you or so i can choose to forgive you n let u off with a warning so u can thank kanoonline for making me know u so i dont lock u or almost lock.

I hope i'm making myself (i mean me not the other one with the scarf) very clear. If not, consult your HUMOUR

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General Board / Re: GROWING RATE OF DIVORCE IN KANO
« on: February 23, 2008, 10:13:57 PM »
If this is a true story Husnaa,then i've never heard of a more stupid husband than this one.
What has he acheived then?



 haba gogannaka , why should she eat his bread, ita ma dai akwai ta da kwadayi..........................lol

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chit-chat / Re: what is your all time favourite movie?
« on: January 19, 2008, 09:43:24 AM »

          SCARFACE............................T. motana
                         "the world is yours"

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chit-chat / Re: WHY DO YOU THINK GIRLS RESERVES THEIR AFFECTION?
« on: November 11, 2007, 02:55:51 PM »
Amin Fateez.

It is just natural for women to reserve their affection for a man.
Idan mace na son ka za ka gane haka idan bata so.

Does anyone here believe in telepathy?
If the affection is genuine then za ka ji a jikinka.

  well, ggnk i am not DOCTOR LOVE, amma is not natural for girls to hide that affection, but rather they   
  capability to hide it. I can prescribe some drugs for u that can make u knw     
  TELEPATHTICALLY......................but for girls affection gaskia they r like a BALL with no sides and can   
  change. 
  anytime.

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chit-chat / Re: Ladies Forum 2
« on: November 11, 2007, 02:47:09 PM »
kai jamaár nan, from za begining of the topic, i think is all about voting , amma finally u guys ve turn it to "he said, she said"..........................an gaishe ku

  IBB ......................................no comment......................lol lol lol  love that.

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but what do you hate about our hausa people,
 
Meynnnn.............THATS TRIBALISM TO THA CORE!!! (ok jokes).....but its true!


Abeg tell us make see, if there r things we r doing  and need to change them (if we can) Make i start:,
 
No you didnt! :o......Among the 10 commandments of a traveller......that is: When in Rome, do like d Romans.........I mean u just cant walk into a Hindu temple and ask them why are they worshipin cows.............you just take on board, adjust and strap in...................and am saying u step up hausa land, do like the hausas........a cardinal wrong would be for you to ask them to change their principles......

Anyway let the hausas answer you (*chuckles*)



    I meant no offence to any1 (hausa or no hausa) all i was tryin to do was just to share things that we think our ppl
    r doing (so i guess bringing the topic was a wrong doing from my side. If by any way u r offened.........TO ALLAH
    YABAKI HAKURI).  ???

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Allah ya jikanta, kuma Allah ya gafarta mata........amin. Zuriyar ta, Allah ya basu hakuri juriya da kuma jimata addua. amin

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chit-chat / Re: The Philosophy Behind Your Screen/usernames
« on: September 01, 2007, 08:50:38 AM »
             
     
when the going gets tough, the tough gets going.......................................................

Well that was nice that most fiful are tellin us about their names. But do u people realise that most of us from the northern part of the country and muslims, have names from Arab background........................u never hear names like Barau, Gigau, korau, Nomau, Danladi, Delu, Asabe...etc.......no more. Even nowadays u keep hearin names that are that arab, but hey men even within the arab world u dnt hear them that well.
Anyways my name is
                      Jewel (which means a piece of gold.................but the British used it for "Sharifs" in d arab world becuase they had no proper name for it................which i dnt think they do up to now.)
                          abdulgee (Abdullahi..........Garba [gee........dr gee. G montana, Gman, Garus...........men i get alot with this one])
                          22           (was the date i was born ).

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