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General Board / Re: Ramadan Mubarak!
« on: April 22, 2021, 05:48:56 AM »
Jazaakallahu Khairan.

Kano Forum / Re: kano State Development master plan
« on: August 29, 2011, 12:11:25 PM »
I kinda experienced the same during my project. Or else they'll be telling you to go and come back next week, next week, till infinitum. I was left baffling.
Is is really unfortunate isnt it?
They initially gave me the go-come-back treatment then eventually asked for money for the "person" who will serach for the information.

I spoke with an engineer who worked with an NGO that did Wudil water project and he confirmed to me that the most recent and accurate development plan conducted for Kano State was by the UN in the late 70s....the plan was never implemented. Other than that no substantive plan existed.
He said copies of the plan have been removed or stolen by successive officials from public libraries and depositories.
He advised i should contact the UN or visit their website if I might find the 30 year old plan.

Kano Forum / Re: kano State Development master plan
« on: August 21, 2011, 02:24:13 PM »
Is there any luck with the master-plan....7 years later?
How can I get side from ministry of land or KNUPDA/KASEPPA
tried with no success.
the officials are demanding money before they will even confirm if there is a plan or not

Kano Forum / Re: Greater Kano Project
« on: August 21, 2011, 01:50:15 PM »
Over 40 weeks later....pls what is the situation report?
I heard one of the owners of CityScape is now the commissioner....
Is this true?
What is the update

General Board / Re: The Madness Called Human Rights Activism!
« on: May 17, 2011, 09:00:59 AM »
In their quest to be "objective" and "just" they end up with the resulting madness.
When a come commits atrocities he has automatically forfeited some of his "human rights"

General Board / Re: Though this be madness …
« on: April 26, 2011, 05:51:22 PM »
The irony, in my opinion, is that the solution lies with this upcoming generation comprising these disillusioned youths.
Obliviously the departing generation’s politicians have failed, are the problem and indeed cannot offer suitable solution.

General Board / Re: No, No BPE, NITEL is worth more
« on: August 24, 2009, 05:10:04 AM »
There is hope for Nigeria after all!!
The elite cant do what they like and get away with anymore.

I hope Okereke-Onyiuke & co get to pay for their failed transcorp debt by doing time.

Kano Forum / Re: GSM Village
« on: August 22, 2009, 06:46:06 PM »
This is great news. thumbs up KNSG.

I read somewhere that govt is renting the site for about N100m/yr.
is that accurate?

On the road side traders, i believe the whole idea of their evolving is that the are kind of 'convenient' shops. they are close by, you dont have to go all the way to market to buy box of matches for example.
But hawkers that sell on roads, traffic jams and traffic jams are definitely a nuisance. they should go.

So post office is now looking better?

chit-chat / Re: How are you feeling today?
« on: August 22, 2009, 06:14:11 AM »
Felling apprehensive cos i had a really weak Sahur :(
All the same looking 4ward to the day and the month.

Quote from: Muhsin
It's not "for no reason at all". You might be the reason :)
I might and i might not be.
U know there's always 3 sides of the story in relationships.
His side, her side and the correct side.
Seems u 'heard' her side. :)
Quote from: Husnaa
It cant ruin your relationship when she is already yr ex.
She wasnt my ex b4 it got ruined. She became my ex at the time i was writing this.

Quote from: gogannaka
To kun ga dai zancen ya fito fili. Gashi nan mun samu solid proof cewa social networking sites can ruin a relationship.
Take the case of neozizo versus Ex of 2008.
Probably when she changed the status,idan kai baka sani ba sai ka ji ana bugo maka waya ana maka jaje ko kuma ana tambayar ka me ya faru.

Neozizo,i bet when you saw her adding 200 MALE friends kishi ya kusan kashe ka ko. But kasan gaskiya e no mean fa if you are the champ 

Wai is irin wannan kishin healthy at all?
Gaskiya akwai kishi sosai. I dont feel like a champ.
But what really ruined the relationship was all the fuss i made about her changing of status.
She added the 200 extras afterwards to get at me i think
Also, the fact that my status had always been on single didnt help.
Gogannaka i cant figure out what kind of facebooker i am. maybe a little bit of all.

My ex changed her status to Single for "no reason at all" and added over 200 new male 'friends'.
It ruined our relationship. ;D

From News Sources / Re: Boko Haram back with a vengeance (!)
« on: August 16, 2009, 05:54:44 AM »
DB is very right.

Any1 who knows the 'Boko Haram' movement knows that this statement is bogus.
Please people dont take it seriously.

i have had the oppurtunity, while i was at school, to attend some M Yussuf's lectures. All he does is quote from Qur'an and authentic Hadith then gives (some say) extreme uncompromising interpretations.
His early audience comprised of mostly young people in sincere search of truth and guidance in our corrupt society.
His anti establishment sentiments appealed to us then considering the type of leaders we had/have.
i remember, about 2002-2003 perid, just before democratic elections how he used to argue that democray, Nigerian Constitution and all man made laws that contradicted the Shariah was Tagut-fales gods.
At that time also, i remeber, there was this Jamaican born British Islamic Scholar, Faisal whose tapes and sermons were in wide circulation amongst Yusuf's follwers.
He (Faisal) like Yussuf gave uncompromising fatwas based on Qur'an & Sunnah againts nationalism, democracy, constitutional law, love for non-muslims, Saudi govt and its monarchy and even the Saudi Ulamas for supporting govt to allow US presence in the Kingdom.
These personalities gave very convincing sermons, especially to the oppresed and seekers of guidance and good leadership.
My point is there was some 'truth' and justification to the 'Boko Haram' movt.
(They actually called themselves Shabab).
i beleive just like al Qaeda, the Media exagerated some about Al-Shabab.
But for the record i belive there are more wrong than right.

chit-chat / Re: tHis oR tHaT?
« on: December 22, 2008, 11:45:18 AM »
Depends on the soup           




General Board / Re: Iraqi journalist through shoes at Bush!!!!!
« on: December 19, 2008, 02:03:15 PM »
I guess al-Zeidi figured a pair of shoes are mighthier than the pen.Bush deserves more than Just a slap on the wrist considering the mess he put the world in today.

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