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chit-chat / Re: beautiful quotes
« on: February 04, 2004, 02:07:07 PM »
WHAT MAKES YOU...........
What makes you different; makes you unique
What makes you unique; makes you yourelf
What makes yourself; makes you successful
What makes you successful; makes you significant
What makes you significant; makes you beautiful
What makes you beautiful; makes you admirable
What makes you admirable; bring you prosperity.

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chit-chat / Re: beautiful quotes
« on: January 20, 2004, 10:00:59 PM »
My intelligent friend advised me:
"Be cautious of girls, they are like mokies, holding one branch and trying to grab another"

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chit-chat / Re: AFRICAN VALUES....WASTED?
« on: February 23, 2004, 08:27:17 PM »
This is a good  survey Figorms...However, civilisation is from the point of view u are lookin at things and the belief and orientation in in U.

I agree that Africans have in their cultures both the good and the bad. However, where can U place africans today?? In Africa, civil conflict every where, killings, corruption, dishonesty, greedy and cruel leaders..Crescent moon and biblical cross are glossly symbolised in all African towns, yet, couldnt stop all these mischief...

Just like in a Hausa land, we are all failure...since we cannot be able to solve our basic humane problems like Almajiri...Talkless of leading a nation...Must we wait for govt. to solve all our problems??Tell every body..if U see it as cultural..ALL HAUSAS HAVE FAILED....ALL AFRICANS HAVE FAILED...i  U see it spritual...OUR BELIEF HAS FAILED US..

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chit-chat / Re: MY WISH!!
« on: February 23, 2004, 08:42:50 PM »
Bravo figorms. I believe U r quite speaking lot of minds..The world is faced with inteelectual challenge. We need this intellectual power to safeguard our personal integrity, our religoius santity,and our overall survival in a social circle.

Also, kanoonliners share lot in common. Viewing the world in its current revolving;sampling the good of our cultures and still keeping our faith in Lord..Its not a surprise some people that respect no ones value that will visit and lay curse on us..

Keep the goodwork flying fellows..

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chit-chat / Re: ARE WE ASHAMED OF NIGERIA?
« on: February 23, 2004, 09:18:42 PM »
Fogrms..it be like say U de receive some powerful inspiration for all these ur admonition about Nija...

I agree with u, but unless the Nijerians in Nija are able to re-fix the Ship's rudder, then Nijas from all over the world will come back home and estabilsh a course to steer the nation and navigate the nations affairs safely and proficiently.

The Nija's leaving abroad are all willing to come home but to come and die for now or whattin???Just last years summer, a friend,medical doctor that had worked several years here in UK, decided to go back to Nija and contribute his quata to its development....As he reaches Nija, no equipment to work with in govt. hospital, therefore he become like a soldier in a war front without gun, even his salary which is the only means for the survival him and his family are not paid after working for 3 months...He is now some one be helped. He is from extended family, he provides for the family's survival and his youngers skooling beforte....and every thing stucked for the family. At last, he returns Uk disappointed with Nija for hissurvival and that of his entire family...

Nigerians british high commission receives highest visa application in Nija than any where in the world...ppl sleeps all time at the High commission...the crowd at the front door, as if it is a hajj congregation.....to see the level how worst is that country.....As may go back, but never now, if now  but for revolution...I am ready to sacrifice my life for that crusade.

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chit-chat / Re: check if ur name's included!!!
« on: February 16, 2004, 09:14:45 PM »
I think we are all in-house friends...Just follow the trend of the happenings in the house, U got to know ppl. By the way, there is still freedom of anonymosity and introversion.

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chit-chat / Re: We are among the smartest on earth yet doomed
« on: February 23, 2004, 08:00:00 PM »
Which Nija'n enterprise Guduma. Nija is nation in nothing but a name. No provision for education, heathcare, roads and water, even for the fortunate ones that go to school, no job for them...so in such a condition what sort of patriotism???...To hell with that patroitism..

In Nija today, its survival for the fittest, I am not in any way supporting it,but even if U are Mr. Imani, U can not do any thing to solve the problem of Nija. The Ship is rudderless and has long ago lost it compass, talkess of finding its bearing and no one can tell about its destination....Infact, Nija is a land of no tomorrow...

Unless we are fortunate to have a good leader, then his action will influence that of the subjects otherwise, If U care to bother about Nija problem, U will be infected with Nija'n syndrom, which is  infectious than AIDS.

Lets start with individual self discipline, be paryerful and struggle to place the right people to lead us.

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chit-chat / Re: The travails of marriage in Hausa land
« on: February 19, 2004, 11:20:53 PM »
Still on the move....I use to wonder why most of the advanced educated youth in Northern Nigeria doesnt prefer to marry gals with almost same education like them.

Is it they are afraid they could not manipulate those educated gals as it some times happen?? Or why do the shy away from the deeply educated gals?

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chit-chat / Re: The travails of marriage in Hausa land
« on: February 19, 2004, 11:14:25 PM »
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And for family planning it's accepted in islam but under one condition,if the health of the mother is in danger or will be in danger if pregnant so it is allowed to eliminate the pregnancy.
 ?PLS CORRECT ME IF AM WRONG.
I agree with u kofa but seems our culture is turning women to child producing machine without due care to their reproductive health.

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chit-chat / Re: The travails of marriage in Hausa land
« on: February 16, 2004, 09:01:24 PM »
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???i guess ur right bro!its good to think ahead cos marriage isn't a days job,i believe the reason for the increasing rate of divorce these days is just due to the cheap sadaq parents collect,if u pay more u won't want to loose ur wife easily,and i believe the question of too many girls than boys.but still the desire to have more is inevitable.that why getting married in maiduguri,borno is damn more expensive and less divorce rate.hope you reason!!!

I slightly agree with you Ali g. dat increasing rate of divorce, na due to cheap sadaqi...but remember prophet commend a marriage with less Sadaqi and nowadays, there are lot of bidia or let me say cultural attatchment to the marriage that put both de gals and de boyz in dilema. I think both de boys and de gals are hooked but could not afford the marriage due to de expenditure.....Me, i don de commend sadaka marriage for this our talauci period.

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chit-chat / Re: The travails of marriage in Hausa land
« on: February 16, 2004, 08:51:33 PM »
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One of the problems is our non romantic nature.
Thats true Gogannaka. I score U one. More analysis.....

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chit-chat / Re: The travails of marriage in Hausa land
« on: February 16, 2004, 08:49:33 PM »
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i don't like family planning
Mhm Kharuldeen, I beg tell us why U dont like family planning?? I think say every thing needs planning.  Failure to plan, is it not planning to fail??

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chit-chat / The travails of marriage in Hausa land
« on: February 14, 2004, 03:44:02 PM »
Salaam All,
Marriage is an important institution in our religion. This is the root of our survival both as human and as a nation.Also, the focal point for our personal happiness and prosperity. It affects the life of every Child have from the marriage and the influence of that Child affect our Global being.

Referencing our case to Hausa land.
What is Ur view about the root of lots of marital problems? and proper advises and solutions.

What is Ur view about Family Planning, Child Spacing and Child restriction amid present situation of unemployment, poverty that ravaged the nation.

The polygamous model, with comparism to other cultures and Islamic States.

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chit-chat / Re: ~*SwEEtesT ThAnGs*~
« on: February 21, 2004, 12:55:25 PM »
When Ur pocket is heavy, lying beside Ur beutiful wife, Ur happy children saying Good morning Daddy, all the family sitting around the dining table and afterward U all say ur salat in congregation.

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chit-chat / Re: Which Naija Babes Are Te Hottest?
« on: February 19, 2004, 11:25:54 PM »
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did i hear sum1 said MUNA BARA MUNA KARUWA? ;D
IBB ai ina ga kondishin ya sa su haka, If U can solve the bara problem, then no more karuwanci ko........

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