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MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« on: November 23, 2007, 12:55:52 PM »
This campaign is now waxing stronger each passing day. 
I was listening to a programme in BBC Africa when a
women’s right activist is being interviewed:  she was
saying that you must give your wife an ample notice
whenever you want to make love to her.  She authoritatively
 assert that women should not be used as sex machine and
as a husband you should sit with your wife and draw up a
time table for love making.

I partially agree with her to some extent, however, if this
is allowed, we will soon be thrown into trouble.  Because,
man is supposed to chair the house and his decisions are to
the best interest of the whole family, including the wife. 

I am not saying that the wife should not be involved in the
affairs of the house, there are so many departments that
the woman handles solely without the husband’s intervention. 
But the issue of sex be strictly left for the husband to decide,
however, men should honour women’s desire, if she is not in
 the mood try arousing her, and if it didn’t work, sai ka zuge
wandonka and wait for another day while you try and quote
the sayings of the Holy Prophet (SAW) concerning the virtues
of sleeping with your husband and the atrocities attached not
succumbing to his invitation.

But the way these women’s right activist were clamouring is
that a law be established to regulate legal sex between the
husband and the man.  BE careful, this propaganda is spreading
 like fire and sooner or later their dream will be actualise.

So GUYS, me kuka hango?
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2007, 11:53:44 PM »
LOL,DB abun ya baka tsoro ne?
Idan ka iya tactics din ka ai ko an zana time-table din ma a goge  ;)

At the bottom of the time table you'll put some asterix 'subject to change without notice'

Jiya ma na ji a BBC wai of the 46000 govt workers in Niger republic about 10,000 are women.
I think that is impressive.Sai na ji kuma wai duk da haka matan suna son kari.
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2007, 09:20:27 AM »
   ;D   ;D   ;D there is always a way out ko?
amma in ban da abinsu, lamarin kan gado ai
mata sunfimu bukatuwa, if the so called TT
is followed many women will call for its immediate
amendment kuma.
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2007, 07:58:45 PM »
I watched this program you are talking about. But i didnt concentrate on it because I know the lady is one of those that Allah put a covering in their hearts, eyes and ears.

The way I see it. This issue will bring about even more increase of adultery in societies. Imagine your wife wouldnt let u go through her, what do you think the man will do, he will drive off to those thousand of single lonely women desprate for a man.

I wonder why men pay the dowry if this will be the case.
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2007, 08:27:47 PM »
 ;D ;D ;D
Time table indeed!! This is a typical case of womens lib gone awry,
To yanzu irin su DB masu biyu ya ma za a yi timetable din ke nan??
On a serious note i have read a piece on the possibility of being charged for raping ones wife under common law.
Allah ya sa su gane, kar su bullo mana wata sabuwar fitina

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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2007, 10:05:06 PM »
Kit Kat for long you have been away, and by
the time you are back you started with me ko?  ;D

Nevertheless, the issue is not only Allah ya sa
su gane, they conceived this idea some 18 years
ago and by gradual disemination of information
and propaganding, they are now recording success
stories from our neighbouring countries who we
shared the same believe and cultural way of life,
I think except we also sprang up as they do, I am
afraid, our women will start implementation also.

Kit Kat, kar ka manta fa! thats one of the advantages
of marrying more than one wife

When one door is closed - another is open -
where is Nuruddeen Marley's fan?
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #6 on: November 27, 2007, 03:21:24 AM »
Dan Borno, why is this subject strictly for men? if it is strictly for men, then u should send  private messages to each other and have the discussions amongst yrselves instead of making it public property and adding a provocative proviso "strictly for men" which only serves to stimulate the ladies' curiosity on the subject matter. Was that yr aim? u have succeeded. On the other hand you have made it so that modesty serves to act against issuing responses to all yr allegations.

There is one that I couldnt help but be provoked on and that is GGNK, who writes that seemingly 10,000 women govt workers in Niger is adequate out of 46,000 public sector workers. That's a mere 22% of the public sector workers that are women, and that is OK? Come on lets have equity: concede 50:50.. that's fair enough!

Kai kuma DB, there is more to yr complaints than meets the eye; but I wont say more.. its strictly  not my domain so my lips are :-X
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #7 on: November 27, 2007, 09:30:27 AM »
This campaign is now waxing stronger each passing day. 
I was listening to a programme in BBC Africa when a
womenís right activist is being interviewed:  she was
saying that you must give your wife an ample notice
whenever you want to make love to her.  She authoritatively
 assert that women should not be used as sex machine and
as a husband you should sit with your wife and draw up a
time table for love making.

I partially agree with her to some extent, however, if this
is allowed, we will soon be thrown into trouble.  Because,
man is supposed to chair the house and his decisions are to
the best interest of the whole family, including the wife. 

I am not saying that the wife should not be involved in the
affairs of the house, there are so many departments that
the woman handles solely without the husbandís intervention. 
But the issue of sex be strictly left for the husband to decide,
however, men should honour womenís desire, if she is not in
 the mood try arousing her, and if it didnít work, sai ka zuge
wandonka and wait for another day while you try and quote
the sayings of the Holy Prophet (SAW) concerning the virtues
of sleeping with your husband and the atrocities attached not
succumbing to his invitation.

But the way these womenís right activist were clamouring is
that a law be established to regulate legal sex between the
husband and the man.  BE careful, this propaganda is spreading
 like fire and sooner or later their dream will be actualise.

So GUYS, me kuka hango?
uhm.. uhm... nashıgu da gyaran murya. so DB ı was jst wonderıng rıght, are women allowed to lyk contrıbute ın thıs ''strıctky fro men busıness'' why dıdnt you even make ıt strıctly for marrıed men or marrıed poeple... any way am waıtıng...
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #8 on: November 27, 2007, 10:02:00 AM »
Oh my God!!!, these women are so brave to come into
the men's wardrobe, infact to the extent of posing ??s
and ??ss.

GGNK you heard what Husnaa just said about your report.

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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #9 on: November 27, 2007, 10:10:42 AM »
Oh my God!!!, these women are so brave to come into
the men's wardrobe, infact to the extent of posing ??s
and ??ss.

GGNK you heard what Husnaa just said about your report.


so yanzu daı your answer ıs what? bcos am already ın do ı get out or stay ın
wat ever u do good or bad comes back to you

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« Reply #10 on: November 27, 2007, 10:40:48 AM »
Your wish is granted but at your own risk  ;D
may be with Husnaa you will be a little safer.
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #11 on: November 27, 2007, 01:04:02 PM »
The drive for gender equality, I think is what you are all talking about. But do we have to have a ministry of women affairs at the federal and states levels to achieve that? Why didn't the men ask for a men affairs ministry to be establishe so as to equalize?????. To me there are lots of misplaced priorities in our activities :o

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« Reply #12 on: November 27, 2007, 02:06:02 PM »
Ehem! Eheemm!!.....  Ermm, popped in by accident...  :-X
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« Reply #13 on: November 27, 2007, 04:58:47 PM »
Well done Bee. I agree with you 100%
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Re: MENS WARDROBE (STRICTLY FOR MEN)
« Reply #14 on: November 27, 2007, 07:15:53 PM »
Husnaa I'm actually surprised that that report provoked you.
I thought you would be surprised at the achievement of the Nigerien women to their Nigerian counterparts at penetrating the Male dominated workforce.
To me, the 22% femininity of the Nigerien work force is fairly good enough.

I believe women have a right to be employed,however, to force themselves into having a 50-50 ratio is simply unfair considering the fact that male graduates are more than female graduates.

Do you have an idea as to the percentage of women in the Nigerian workforce?
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