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General Board / Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« on: April 27, 2007, 07:43:28 PM »
I've been  having a cold beer in the Central Hotel in Kano at midnight with the temperature still over 110F (43C) and have seen measurements off the Tarmac at Kano Airport at 140F (68C) in late May.  Temperature in the sun in Kano just before the rains very often gets up to around 120f.

 :o
I am going to report you to the Hisbah

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General Board / Re: VOTE ETE OFF THIS FORUM!!!
« on: April 11, 2007, 02:08:41 PM »


RIGHT FORUMNERS. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!! I FOR ONE HAVE TOLERATED ENOUGH OF ETE'S DIRESPECTFUL ATTITUDE TOWARDS MY RELIGION AND THE WAY HE CONTEMTUOUSLY ADDRESSES MY MAKER. I AM NOT TAKING ANYMORE OF IT. I AM PUTTING UP A MOTION TO HAVE HIM VOTED OUT OF THIS FORUM, AND IF ADMIN DOESNT TAKE ACTION, I AM LEAVING  THE FORUM FOR GOOD.

 :'( Sad to see you leave

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General Board / Re: U.S. spy chief warns of crisis in Nigeria
« on: February 28, 2007, 06:12:05 PM »
I have always wondered at the dignity of the Ibo peoples who suffered terribly and undeservedly in that war yet are very often the most charitable, open and friendly of all peoples (and hugely industrious)..

Igbo man, kill ehn pikin, as long as it is bisinesh.....you are forgiveth!! Money forward......anything backwards

Hafsy_Lady, your comments are offensive and incredibly ignorant.

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General Board / Re: Borno refuses to open hospital until Obasanjo visits
« on: February 14, 2007, 05:50:38 PM »
 >:(
Ridiculous

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Will the concert be sharia compliant?

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Please speak for yourself. You might have enjoyed being flogged in the streets by Buhari's goons whilst he was in power but for most of us, his war against "indisplin" was one of the darker periods in Nigeria's history.
I'm sure you would consider it as one of the darker periods in Nigeria's history....all  unscrupulous ppl in Nigeria looked at it that way. If one was a good citizen during his regime, one would not consider it a dark period in retrospect.

Why do you feel the need to tell lies about me?

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Come on give Buhari a chance. He is better than the PDP presidential candidate by far. He is a man of integrity and what ever high handedness he showed during his stint as a military ruler was due to the fact that that was what nigerians needed at the time...an iron hand to straighten them out and it worked. He has always meant well for the nation and I for one has immense confidence in his leadership qualities.
As for OBJ, saying Buhari has military tendencies, abi what has he been showing for the last near eight yrs that he has been in power? Talk about the pot calling the kettle black (or the other way round) Look at what INEC is doing at present, screening potential candidates when it is not within its jurisdiction to do so, and the senate and house of reps are powerless to stop it because INEC'S actions are covertly approved by OBJ.
Ete you think civilian life is a rough adjustment for Buhari, just bcos of the hearsay you wrote about him consigning Atiku to hell? The man who has lived a humble life when he could have been wallowing in riches from ill gotten gains? Why did he choose that path then? He had an opportunity to enrich himself when he became the boss at PTF and that was when he wasnt in the military but he didnt, he
went back to his humble abode in Daura. For most ppl, the attraction with Buhari was his ability to resist temptation when it was thrown in his way. That takes a lot of integrity to do, and that is why ppl are pinning their hopes on him. Besides he projects a quiet air of authority which is lacking in many of today's Nigerian leaders. He can prove his mettle better as Nigeria'a prez, not some state chief of police as u so want to relegate him to.
Anyway too late for Pat utomi and better luck in 2011 or 2015 whichever.

Quote from: New Ete
Dan Borno, I seriously doubt that he has the temperament for this job in a democratic dispensation. It is a different ball game in a democracy. See, the whole democratic atmosphere has made Obasanjo semi crazy. Imagine what it could do to Buhari

lol Buhari is less temperamental than OBJ. OBJ is a very spontaneous outspoken individual who says his mind the moment it occurs to him, much to the detriment of diplomatic relationships. He gets away with it too..........

Please speak for yourself. You might have enjoyed being flogged in the streets by Buhari's goons whilst he was in power but for most of us, his war against "indisplin" was one of the darker periods in Nigeria's history.

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General Board / Re: Shrinking Lake Chad
« on: January 16, 2007, 07:01:48 PM »
Lake Chad fishermen pack up their nets

By Senan Murray
BBC News website, Lake Chad 

Cheating

"Africa is being cheated again by the industrialised West," says Jacob Nyanganji of Nigeria's University of Maiduguri.

"Africa does not produce any significant amount of greenhouse gases, but it's our lakes and rivers that are drying up. America has refused to ratify Kyoto and it is our lakes that are drying up."
Villagers in Nigeria's semi-arid border region with Chad, Niger and Cameroon understand full well the consequences of what is happening.



The Central African Republic's Logone and Chari rivers empty into the lake. But reduced rainfall and damming of the rivers means that only half of the water now gets to the lake.

The Komadougou-Yobe River in far north-eastern Nigeria which also feeds the lake now flows only during the rainy season.



People only see what they wish to see

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General Board / Re: SADDAM HUSSEIN EXECUTED TODAY
« on: January 09, 2007, 04:23:49 PM »
Mr Guest33, I'm a bit curious about such introgations. However, I have to first of all draw your attention to something i.e am not a judge. Not also in the profession. But, in my own shallow pespectives about the situation, I can flatly say his crime does deserve execution. Why?

Under his military regime, hundreds died. And by his commands in and outside his country. Eg In Kurdish & Shiites villages, his neigbouring countries-Kuwait and Iran, to mention but few. Can these be a reason?

Yeah, ???.Remember what Allah (SWT) says about killing an innocent person without a purpose...........can you recall that???


Muhsin, whilst I do not believe that the US has any business in Iraq, I am not going to mourn a positive side effect of their invasion ie the execution of Saddam Hussein. Dictators who kill and torture with impunity deserve everything that they get. The world is not perfect so please get over your unhappiness already.

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General Board / Re: SADDAM HUSSEIN EXECUTED TODAY
« on: January 08, 2007, 04:48:00 PM »
Salam,

Well, to the main topic of the thread. I very much have lots to say, but eventually all have almost been said by forum elders and some newbies. Thats is great. Saddam dai Allah ya jikansa-Ameen. Whatsoever he had done while his breathing session in this planet. Only Allah can judge it accordingly. And only Him know where Sadam is presently is. But we Muslims are not happy about his execution due to American's intefrence. Death to her!

Despite all that have been said,I maybe would come with my deep insight in later time.
Thanks.


Will you have been happy if he had been executed without American interference?

Well, the answer is yes and no.

Please expand, do you think his crimes were worthy of the death penalty or not?

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General Board / Re: SADDAM HUSSEIN EXECUTED TODAY
« on: January 05, 2007, 06:54:50 PM »
Salam,

Well, to the main topic of the thread. I very much have lots to say, but eventually all have almost been said by forum elders and some newbies. Thats is great. Saddam dai Allah ya jikansa-Ameen. Whatsoever he had done while his breathing session in this planet. Only Allah can judge it accordingly. And only Him know where Sadam is presently is. But we Muslims are not happy about his execution due to American's intefrence. Death to her!

Despite all that have been said,I maybe would come with my deep insight in later time.
Thanks.


Will you have been happy if he had been executed without American interference?

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General Board / Corrupt and fraudulent Governors
« on: September 29, 2006, 07:01:00 PM »
Quote from: "HUSNAA"
Give the nation over to women, kuga aiki da cikawa!


I nominate Dora Akunyili

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General Board / I don't understand the killings
« on: March 10, 2006, 12:01:14 PM »
HUSNAA,
Thank you for the time and thought you have taken to respond to some challenging questions posed by the previous writer. I hope you grant me the same indulgence with just one question
Do you believe it is safe for a non-northerner to live in the north?

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General Board / Re: Woman in The West VS Woman in Islam
« on: August 19, 2005, 12:31:36 PM »
Quote from: "_Waziri_"
I post or atleast repost this reflection by my American, Non-Muslim friend on the issue relating to freedom and rights among Women in Islam and those in the West. I hope many will stop by, read and digest the content with the hope of achieving fair evaluation of geography, belief, perception, culture, situation and circumstances. Happy reading
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Burka Vs Bikini - The Debauchery Of American Womanhood
Uploaded 27 Sep 2002


Her long-term personal fulfillment and happiness lies in making marriage and family her first priority. Feminism is another cruel New World Order hoax that has debauched American women and despoiled Western civilization. It has ruined millions of lives and represents a lethal threat to Islam.

I am not advocating the burka but rather some of the values that it represents, specifically a woman's consecration to her future husband and family, and the modesty and dignity this entailsSource:   Freelance


One day, perhaps you might recognise that it is about freedom.
Freedom to choose to wear the burka or not, to get married or not, to pursue a career outside of the home or not without another person trying to tell them what they must wear or do.

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General Board / Islam the only solution to this final century.
« on: March 23, 2005, 05:14:38 PM »
Quote from: "mallamt"
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but for our cristian brothers they re' absolutely in disbelieve and they had lies,and disobey the prophet (isa alaihi ssalam)infact they re not his people and we muslims are more to ISA than cristians.see my next post.....who are the disblievers
 But does it really matter? Christians believe they have the true religion and are the people of God, so why don't we just each do ours and let God do the judging?We can not now or ever be able to fight God's fight He alone knows why He left each one of us with our different faiths, sex, colour etc to exist side by side.


Thank you sir. I coudn't have put it better

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