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chit-chat / Re: GAME OF WORDS CONNECTION
« on: April 08, 2009, 10:04:03 AM »
but on our hands to move us forward.....

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chit-chat / Re: Word Association
« on: April 08, 2009, 09:58:54 AM »
Governing.

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Usman11, is this the first time you heard something like this? The case of ex governor of Lagos state, Bola Tinubu who forged certificate from university of Toronto and got clearance from the state's house of assembly, is also a very sad one. The first speaker in 1999, ibrahim salisu was also caught with a forged certificate from chicago university, but he honorably resigned and prosecuted in court. The question is why was Bola Tinubu not tried by a court and also cleared by the house of assembly of any wrong doing despite the denial by the authority of chicago university that he was a student there? ???

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chit-chat / Re: BAZAWARA/BAZAWARI ISSUES.
« on: March 31, 2009, 02:12:10 PM »
1. TO IDENTIFY THE IMMEDIATE AND REMOTE CAUSES OF DIVORCE:

a. Lack of understanding of the sacred institution of marriage.

It is disturbing that an average man or woman does not know the basic principles and importance of marriage itself. People hardly bother to know what are the rights of each of the spouses on the other. They only get married to satisfy lustful needs and along the way abandon it completely, or go for a new spouse.

b. Lack of restrain and patience among spouses.

The fact remains that only a few couples exercise restrain and abstain from pronouncing divorce after a minor scuffle. An incident that appear to be so simple and small, will be blown out of proportion, creating a mounting out of a mole hill. The issue is allowed to degenerate and ultimately the marriage is broken or crashed.

c. Lack of adequate care of wives by husbands.

One of the strong requirements of the Sunnah for marriages is that, the husband must shoulder all the responsibilities of his wife, especially feeding and "feeding." The husband must get for his wife what to eat. If for any reason the husband fails to satisfy her food reuirements, obviously, she must look for it, and that is where problems start.

d. Men marrying more than one wife.

This leverage is devine for men to marry up to four wives if they can be equitable to all of them. However, certain class of women tend to believe that they only are enough for their husbands and therefore they will never share a husband with any woman! This in itself leads to such women abandoning their marriage.

e. Unsatiable (bedside)

Where any of the parties cannot be adequate enough to the other, it sometimes leads to the breakup of the matrimony.

f. Unnecessary quarrels.

Some couples are always fighting one another to the dismay of neighbors. Some couples use to be so stormy that the family hardly progresses in all endeavors. The recalcitrant of the couples to accept peace and live harmoniously, results into break up.




Guys, I will continue later...

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Let us not trivialize this simple issue. The point is whether it will be good or otherwise, for jigawa state to bring expartriate professors to teach in her polytechnics. If one is ask, why is the state willing to do that? The answers might not be far fetched. Jigawa state, like my own state is among the most backwards in terms of educated citizens. If the government of the state can build the polytechnics, thenof course, the mechanism of laying solid foundations for the polytechnics, is to have ably qualified personnel to adequately man the institutions. Where will the state get such type of ably qualified personnels? First, if the state makes the mistake of shouldering the polytechnics to "other Nigerians" it will be a great mistake as the much needed solid take up will be lost.
Now, if we take education generally in this part of the country, we will inadvertently conclude that both government and the parents are to blame for the downwards trend of our educational standards. Look at the situation in most primary schools accross the area under topic. Teachers hardy report to the schools to teach. Most of them refuse to go on postings to rural areas. But ironically, these type of unpatriotic teachers hearken to collect salaries at the end of the month. What is government doing to save this dastardly situation? What was being done in the past glorious day when a school teacher is revered more than any one else in a town? Why are schools mostly left in dilapidated conditions without any iota of concern by the government?
The decision, as per as I am concerned by the jigawa government to bring from outside, well learned personalities to head their polytechnics is quite in order. It will boost the integrity of the schools, boost the standards by producing qualified professionals who will distinguish themselves any where, due the good skills they learned from those wise professors. I do not see any Nigerian professor coming back to nigeria to serve. Where do you keep him? How do you provide constant electricity and water for him to feel good that he is now back home? How much are you going to pay him as salary? Any special package for professors? C'mon guys, let us face it, we are still struggling to stand up, therefore the time to stop bringing in exparts from abroad to tidy us up educationally, is yet to come.

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Islam / Re: DAJJAL - (ANTI-CHRIST)
« on: March 25, 2009, 09:02:12 AM »
Kaput! That is that for that! Thanks a lot Danbaffa.

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chit-chat / Re: Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: March 23, 2009, 03:14:32 PM »
Danborno, ina kai na shiga ne? Mutun na duba ko zan gani kai, amma babu. Lafiya, kakke? Yoo, ngila zowro. Ati wundu ye, aaa? ;D ;D

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chit-chat / Re: GAME OF WORDS CONNECTION
« on: March 23, 2009, 02:52:38 PM »
Men and women, with misplaced prorities......

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chit-chat / Re: How are you feeling today?
« on: March 23, 2009, 09:49:56 AM »
Wai kunama da ta harbi chinedu sai ya yi ta kuka. Sai babansa yace kai chinedu mu babanku munyi yakin biafra bamu yi kuka! bindiga igwa ya fadi kasa bwa!, bamu yi kuka, sai kai dan keremin kwaro wanan ya sa kuyi kuka, wanan kunama ne ko nama, mene kunce sunanshi?! Sai ya yai wuf ya cafke kunana, ita kuwa ta gallaza masa harbi har sau biyu. Ya yai sama ya fadi kasa tim, yace, 'cei Chinedu, ku yi kuka naku, nima zenyi nawa'!!!!! ;D ;D ;D

Allah ya sawwake maka, amma dai kayi ta maza da baka yi irin na baban chinedu ba! Yau fa mun gode Allah, sai dai dan abin da baza a rasa ba na yau da kullum......

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chit-chat / Re: Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: March 20, 2009, 04:09:08 PM »
Wallahi kuwa, myself. Bashi da mutunci ko kadan. Amma dai ya wuce, ni da shi kam.

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Usman11, I do not like engaging any one on religious matters, they are very sensitive matters, especially you, who it appears, hardly understands what is the real issue on the ground in the north of Nigeria. Let me quickly point out to you here, that ALL moslem believe that only Allah SWT gives His religion to whoever he wants. There is no power on earth that can convert any one to Islam by whatever means, unless if the Almighty Allah Wills! Preachers do not go about preaching inorder to get converts, but to educate the followers on the tenets of the religion.
Here in the north, the christians are falling on one another in a very aggressive and desperate way to get converts to their fold. In Islam, you only convert to it voluntarily and there after struggle on your own to continue being one or not. There is NO compulsion in religion. All this talk of moslems trying to Islamize any where here n the north, I swear, is just diversionary tactics. Majority of the christians errorneously believe that one day the whole population of the north will become moslems because of the daily rising number of converts coming to the fold. They therefore employ all manner of propaganda, un dicerphable and utter crass publications just to smear the Islamic religion. Infact, if moslems were to openly counter such crass lies of hues that cannot be substantiated, it will be like engaging the idle minds.
The most lamentable thing is that moslems are being denied recruitment into so many uniform jobs by our christians brothers for the only fear that they may become the majority in those formations, while they recruit their wards in their hundreds. Look at the numbers usually pulished in newspapers of successful intakes. We all know why this is so. It is because your people think that one day these uniformed men will be used to kill all moslems and thereby stopping the rapid spread of the religion. But what they do not know is that moslems are true believers of the WILL of the Almighty and destiny. No amount of abuse, denigration or intimidation can shake our belief in the MOST HIGH, ALLAH SWT. HE alone we worship, and to HIM we shall all return.
As for religious crisis in the north, I will disagree with you totally that moslems are killing christians unabated. If you look at the records of religious crisis in the north you will inadvertently discover that they start in areas where the moslem are in the minority. Look at the jos plateau that has overwhelming christians majority. It has witnessed, at least to my knowledge three chrisis, 2 in jos and 1 in shendam. Do you believe sincerely that moslems in those places started those crisis? How about kaduna? It is the same scenerio with the jos. Christians detest moslems living with them and their organized manner and way of life.
Have you heard, Usman11, reports have it that even the recent crisis in Bauchi organized just to divert attention and the heat from the jos crisis where fake soldiers and police used guns in killing moslems, including women and kids, and also to paint the innocent Bauchi moslems black.
Whenever a religious crisis erupts in places like kaduna, jos, shendam, numan, tafawa balewa etc, where christians are in the majority, the heavy moslem casualties attract repraisal attacks in moslem dominated areas of kano, bauchi etc. I have never heard about any crisis that emanates from these places, except a spill over. Let me tell you something, if such negative thinking published by CAN is true, then by now the whole christians comfortably living in the north would have hurriedly returned to the south and the moslems living there also returning in their thousands back to the north! But none is happenning! Please always believe in the truth and shame the devil!
That merceneries are are coming into Nigeria from Niger and Chad to help moslems fight christians is a whimsical illussion of a tiny black, religiously biased and racially oriented mind. It is also the thinking of a confused and unintelligent souls that have exhausted all avenues of defending themselves for the attrocities committed on the moslems in jos and are talking glibberishly in misconcieved tunes. They, ofcourse, like their fore-fathers are bound to fail. Every one knows, even the elderly christians know that northern nigeria moslems are arganized and vigorously pursuing their religious obligations as demanded of them. The moslems have better dressing codes for the females, they have organized and extensive system of learning, they marry with religious dedication and raise families to the dismay of those whose wish is to see their downfall.
What is truly needed in this country is understanding among religious adherents that religions are a way of morals and spritual wisdom. They teach harmony among peoples. They teach brotherhood and good neighborliness. We must realize that this country is the only we have, therefore we must cherish what we have and live harmoniously with one another. The christians tend to equate the moslem from the north of Nigeria with those in the middle east. Doing that will be a mistake of profound degree. First all, we are blacks and therefore generically, our thought and conducts differ a lot. Secondly, those in the mideast are dealing with political and land matters and not religion. Thirdly, we here are conservertives and sometimes uncivilized in our thinking and conduct. Forthly, our governments have total control on us, the law enforcement agents, the courts and the defence of our territorial boundries. We cannot, by any standards, be compared or labelled as terrorists like those in the mideast.

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chit-chat / Re: BAZAWARA/BAZAWARI ISSUES.
« on: March 19, 2009, 08:49:27 AM »
Lawalli, I know the Secretary General is working right now on the nitty gritty of the relevant AGENDAS to be disscussed. Surely every ones imputs will be needed so that the phamplet will be a good and rich one.

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chit-chat / Re: How are you feeling today?
« on: March 19, 2009, 08:42:41 AM »
Aaa, haka da kyau, wai kare ya ga rawar kura!
Ni kam gani dai da lafiyar zabuwa, jiki lafiya, kai ko babu! Allah SWT ya kara mana lafiya amin. zan dai nemi arungumi zaki na sha!

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chit-chat / Re: GAME OF WORDS CONNECTION
« on: March 19, 2009, 08:38:11 AM »
institutionalized poverty with citizens searching left to right for what to eat.....

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chit-chat / Re: Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: March 19, 2009, 08:32:05 AM »
Ayya, ina addua Allah SWY Ya bashi lafiya, amin.

Nima dai kam gani da lafiyar zabuwa, jiki da lafiya, kai ba bu! ;D

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