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chit-chat / MEN THEY RULE THE WORLD!!!!
« on: March 03, 2005, 09:17:56 PM »
They rule the world,they are the leaders,anything done by woman is to satisfy them,we bath in the day and paint our face with many things to appeal to them, wear nice cloth and in the night we spray the  most nicest perfume, on their side they don?t have to overdress to appeal to us,they don?t go the extra mile to draw our attention, after the days work they just approach us any how, no perfume no anything to make them sexy, just like that ,and if they want they can marry as many as four, they women will fight and scream sometimes to the extent of inflicting injury upon their selves, just because of man, and having four wives will not make him abandon girlfriends outside, he can still go out with who ever he likes, play with his secretary at office, shake hands with different women sumtimes with even a smile on huis face, yet the woman will not complain if she said something is considered as jeolousy, yet if they want to speak they will say women did this and that ,can I ever believe that a womana can destroy a man?s life just like that? Can I ever believe tha t she can be cruel to a man with out a coursr, but yet men can abandon disgrace and even maltreated woman for no reason just because they ar etired  with her , she no longer have  what they want, Men u rule the world though I didn?t envy u

chit-chat / B B AFRICA any lesson in it!!!???????????????
« on: September 06, 2003, 09:10:54 PM »
Recently the programme that dominate the minds of most viewers is the big brother africa reality shoiw organised by south african producer,and has generate alot of controversy on its authencity and lack of value,to most viewers the show is nothing rather than an affront to western values and decency,while the organisers emphasise that the aim of the programme is to portray african culture andd tarasditions to the outside world,and to promote unity among africans,despite this critisms the show has over the months found many viewers who are addicted to thwe show,

What is your own opinion on this show

chit-chat / Congratulations to KANAWAS
« on: October 13, 2003, 08:01:18 PM »
On behalf of myself and the entire members of my household[including the master ofcourse] Wish to congratulate the people of Kano on the 40th Anniversary of their Emir Alh Dr Mal Ado bayero[GCFR,JP]may he live long and his royal impact be felt by the masses.
 I heard that there is going to be a conference on [not too sure]"TRADITIONAL RULERS AND SECURITY,past,present,and future" or something like that, since we are not going to be there to say out our minds i think in our own little environment we can have something to contribute,what i really want us to look at is what impacdt does trhe traditional institutions made on the masses?are the traditional institutions allowed to play their own role?tradition ispart of   our identity,how far can we go to protect it[i.e the chiefdoms].

chit-chat / HAPPINESS
« on: October 14, 2003, 03:38:13 PM »
More often people  find them selves in a happy situation,and in this circumstances the first thing they remember is who to share this happiness with,ok ladies and gentlemen,guys and girls babies and machos,what do u say when uare happy,and who do u share this happiness with 8)

chit-chat / African time
« on: October 14, 2003, 03:28:10 PM »
You are invited to an event,on the card they wrote
-time  2:00 pm,u're ready by 1:30 to reach the place on time,to your surprise u're the first to arrive,even the celebrants are not there,ok u find a place and sit down waiting for the event to start,kafin ka ankara,agogon ka shoiwed four pm,asked wani a kusa dakai ba two event din zai fara ba sai yace maka ai African Time ne,Oh: so if u are invited next time and they write 10am it means you should go there by four pm,wai yaya za ayi avoiding irin wannan al'amari da ya zama ruwan dare not only on social circles har ma govt affairs.

chit-chat / is it a miracle,co-incidence or destiny"!!!?
« on: July 23, 2003, 07:45:13 PM »
Many times something happened to u that will kept u wondering how this thing happen,is it my own makink or somebody is behind it,i know as a muslim anything is from Allahu{s.w.t]somebody will be involved in a disastrous circumstances and yet come out of it unhurt,u will be involved in an accident and turn out to be the only survivor.please read this"haruna[not real name]was to go to his friend's wedding in company of his colleageus[,but on the d-day [friday precisely]he devoloped a feverish feeling which later culminated into a severe fever,the journey then became impossible for him,late in the evening he recieved a phone call that his friends had an accident and were rushe to a nearby clinec,on reaching the clinic he met their corpses,they are dead[what if he is amongst them?] :-[the next day after coming from the jana'iza,haruna stayed indoors to mourn the demise of his friends,then later in the evening he decided to travelled with his wife and children to the home town of the deceased,to condole the family,many people advesed him against embarking on a night journey knowing the dangers involved,and it"s about five hours drive,but all pleas fell on deaf ears,he insisted on going,only to be told the next morning that armed robbers ransacked his house,disappointed that they get nothing the armed robbers shot the maiguard and one othere person staying in the bq.For Haruna Godiya ta tabbata ga ubangijin talikai.

chit-chat / Riddle"s and joke!!!!
« on: July 28, 2003, 03:39:37 PM »
???I saw a thread by Ummulhuda with the title,"solve this one" and it really comes to my mine that at least we can have some brain cracking,but ummita is not allowed ;D 'cos she will made our brain burst any way solve this
Aman was driving a black truck,his light s were not on,The moon was not out,a lady was crossing the street how did the man see her ???

Member Poetry / sweeter than all existing things
« on: October 13, 2003, 08:45:57 PM »
      There is in this world something
       That surpasses all other things in sweetness
       It is sweeter than honey
       It is sweeter than salt
       It is sweeter than sugar
       It is sweeter than all existing things

      This thing is sleep
      When you are conquered by sleep
      nothing can ever prevent you
      nothing can stop you from sleeping
      when you are conqured by sleep and
      numerous millions arrive
      millions arrive to disturb you
      millions will find you asleep

Member Poetry / Nor love! nor light!!!
« on: July 30, 2003, 03:53:42 PM »
     Ah love,let us be true to one another!
      For the world ,which seems to lie before us
      Like a land of dreams

      So varioes,so beautiful,so new
      Hath really neither joy,nor love,nor light
      nor certitude,nor peace,nor help for pain!!
      and we are here as on a darkling plain
      swept with confused alarms of struggle
      and fight,
      Where ignorant armies clash
      by the night

Member Poetry / PRAYER
« on: February 03, 2004, 04:16:59 PM »

I asked God for strength, that I might achieve,
I was made weak, that I might humbly obey.
I asked for health, that I might do greater things,
I was given infirmity, that I might do better things.
I asked for riches, that I might be happy,
I was given poverty, that I might be wise.
I asked for power, that I might have the praise of men,
I was given weakness, that I might feel the need of God.
I asked for all things, that I might enjoy life,
I was given life, that I might enjoy all things.
I got nothing that I asked for, but everything I had hoped for.
Almost despite myself, my unspoken prayers were answered.
I am among all human beings, most richly blessed.

History / FULANI
« on: August 04, 2003, 04:23:30 PM »
Fulani, people of W Africa, numbering approximately 14 million. They are of mixed sub-Saharan African and Berber origin. First recorded as living in the Senegambia region, they are now scattered throughout the area of the Sudan from Senegal to Cameroon. Both as a sedentary and as a nomadic people, they have played an important part in the history of W Africa. A number of African states, including ancient Ghana and Senegal, had Fulani rulers. The Fulani became zealous Muslims (11th cent.), and from 1750 to 1900 they engaged in many holy wars in the name of Islam. During the first part of the 19th cent. the Fulani carved out two important empires. One, based on Massina, for a time controlled Timbuktu; the other, centered at Sokoto, included the Hausa States and parts of Bornu and W Cameroon. The Fulani emir of Sokoto continued to rule over part of N Nigeria until the British conquest in 1903. The Fulani of Massina were conquered (1861) by Hajj Omar, but their resistance ultimately resulted in his death.

African history

Health Matters / Tight ties could cause blindness
« on: August 06, 2003, 03:02:08 PM »
Wearing your tie too tight may put you at a risk of being blind :osay doctors.The small study in New york measured the pressure of the fluid in the eyeball in a small group of men b/4 and after they attached their tie,they found a significant rise,and warn that long-term preesure rises have been linked to the condition glaucoma.Glaucoma is diagnosed when increases in pressure are likely to cause damage to the eye,it is most common cause of irreversible blindness in the world.
  The experts say that the ties are probably causing the problem b'cos they are constricting the jugular vein,the main blood vessel returning blood from the head towards the heart.
Boys be warned 8)

Islam / politics and islam's brotherhood
« on: August 04, 2003, 04:55:08 PM »
Islam is a Brotherhood (Ummah) that unites Muslims together across the Islamic world. This Islamic Ummah impacts world politics, and it challenges Western democracies in their foreign policy. Muslim clerics appeal to the unity of the Muslim Brotherhood to foment united opposition against the non-Muslim world. So, if there were any Western actions impacting an Islamic nation, Muslim clerics view it as an action impacting the Islamic community worldwide. However, because of the Brotherhood, a Muslim oppressor may be tolerated with patience,[as in the case of saddam] while a non-Muslim's kindness would be viewed with suspicion. This article presents Islam's theological foundation for its doctrine of the Islamic Brotherhood, and how that doctrine influences the interactions between Islamic and Western nations.

Of course, it is recognized there are many other influences in the real-life politics of Islamic nations that have nothing to do with the Qur'an and Sunnah.  In fact, the Qur'an and Sunnah may be ignored, because these other factors are more urgent. This is fully recognized. In addition, many Muslims have little interest in the political aspects of Islam. These Muslims seek to follow Islam's spiritual teachings, and they are not a threat to a nation's political stability.

General Board / Do we really need solace???!!!!!
« on: July 23, 2003, 07:27:57 PM »
In a world full of troubles and griefs,depression,social anxiety,and phobia :'( :'(,do we really need to be console? :-/who are we turning to for this consolation,this topic struck my mind when  i saw a young man dying in front of his wife,of no other sickness but AIDS :o :othough the woman doesn't know the ailment,but i know one day or even after the mourning period she may come to know,i imagine her reaction knowing the impact of the sickness,i imagine the future of her children :'( :'(who will help her make life worth living again??????????????!!!!

General Board / A LESSON TO LEARN
« on: September 26, 2003, 01:20:45 PM »
Nigerians will have wake up,with the saddest news of a demise of  the first vice president to die in office,but for the rigging and manipulation of the govt and its cronies,it wasn't so,but a demise of a vice presidential candidate, senate president of federal republic of nigeria,a great philosopher and a great thinker of this generation,that is CHUBA OKADIGBO[oyi of oyi].
      For those following the political development in Nigeria will surely not hesitate in writing the name of oyi in gold.The lesson to learn from his demise is that "kullu nafsin zaikatil maut"please our politician and ordinary citezens alike should know that mutuwa rigar kowa,ko badade ko bajima kome ka zama death is inevitable.


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