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chit-chat / Re: Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: February 09, 2011, 08:24:54 PM »
where is dan-borno?
har naji kunya
engine ne yayi knock, an chanza ringi
just hope ba yar china bane

Allah ya jikansa da gafara, kai kuma Jibo sai hakuri

« on: December 20, 2010, 11:21:38 AM »
Alhamdu lillah, i am back, amma da kyar na iso.
report will be ready after Christmas, off to Awka

« on: October 29, 2010, 10:02:26 AM »
expect fresh reports from this year's hajj Insha Allah
sai mun dawo.

General Board / Re: Who will you vote for president in 2011?
« on: October 25, 2010, 01:48:17 PM »
@ Suleman, Shekarau is out to outshine BUHARI, because
for a these while, Buhari has proved to be unmarketable
to other parts of the country and we (ANPP) are replacing
him with Sardauna - any other question?

General Board / Re: Nikah Misyar
« on: October 20, 2010, 09:30:00 AM »
what we should all bear in mind is that, just because someone
is going to misuse it does not make it illegal or not to be encouraged.

@ Gogannaka, if you are interested, i have a sister who works in
Abuja right now and very willing if you are interested - it might be
our acid test lol.

every law has a negative side but only when applied with that intent.
there is a reason behind every law and if nikah misyar is meant to solve
a particular problem it should not be castigated because of improper
placement for a different purpose.

the issue of rising or not raising a child depends on the couple.  if the
man deems fit he can take care of his child, so be it and if it is the
woman who prefer to take care of her child, that one is even much
easier, especially here in Nigeria where most of the upbringing of
children is solely shouldered on the woman, the participation of men
in this, is very meagre (NO ONE WILL ARGUE AGAINST THIS) so, if the
woman in misyar prefers to take charge of her children, fine, dama
she is a professional in upbringing of child.

Bakangizo, did i read you say, divorce this and marry this? this has been
in our society for a very long period, you can refer to our comatose

General Board / Re: Who will you vote for president in 2011?
« on: October 19, 2010, 05:31:14 PM »

the Is have it

General Board / Re: Nikah Misyar
« on: October 18, 2010, 08:55:39 PM »
the socio-economic problem facing arewa as at now really calls
for this type of marriage - this is where i stand now.

Balkisu works with one of naija's financial institution, she graduated
from the university ten years ago and since then have been in the
banking sector all her life.

She is very comfortable with her job, she just finished building her
new house, bought a car and wants to settle finally with a life time

Balkisu met Malam Inuwa who sells carrot by the road side, she
admired his sincerity, sense of humour and masculinity.

She approached him, but he informed her that he is financially not
conscious to marry a second wife.  She now suggest that if they
are to practice nikah al-misyar, he will no longer bother to provide
shelter, food, clothing or sustainance for her.  Sai wardo kawai.

dont you think this will free Balkisu from any temptation of zina?

ku bar batun cewa some1 is going to use it maliciously, it goes with
every other sector of the religion.


General Board / Re: Who will you vote for president in 2011?
« on: October 18, 2010, 08:36:26 PM »
Shekarau:-  Intelligent, humble, excellent performance in Kano in terms of human and structural development. Effectively managed to halt the incessant civil strife and riots in Kano thereby bringing peace. Also not a re-cycled material like Buhari and IBB that want us to believe that only them have brain to rule this country.

Those in favour say I

General Board / Re: Nikah Misyar
« on: October 07, 2010, 08:30:29 AM »
quite impressive bakangizo, however, we are supposed to give
it a fair look as long as it is halal and permitted, any other malicious
use of it should be treated differently.

General Board / Nikah Misyar
« on: October 04, 2010, 04:09:38 PM »


what i also don't understand is the continous publicity given
to the story after all these years.  i have no grudges against
setting the record straight, but its like the story trying to do
some exoneration and portraying that the death of sir balewa
is natural, which i see no difference, except if the coup has
not taken place in the first instance.

what happened in the 1966 coups needs no any form of
justification, it had happened.  police commissioner, ibrahim
ahmed babankowa was the officer who first saw the corpse
of sir tafawa balewa and his comments on wether balewa was
murdered or died naturally will be a first hand information. 
however, in an interview he granted to daily trust newspaper,
babankowa categorically said used the word "...well, the situation
was tense  and may be because I am a northern officer who had just seen
the corpse of his leaders murdered in cold blood. the use of the
word murdered in cold blood explains the situation he saw the corpse
of tafawa balewa.

femi fani-kayode, in his reaction to the news that tafawa balewa
was not killed but died of athma said "...Chief Matthew Mbu is a man that I
have tremendous respect and affection for and he is undoubtedly one of
our most eminent elder statesmen and nationalists. He is also a father to
me so I do find it difficult to say what I am about to say. Yet the truth
must be told no matter what and no matter whose ox is gored. And the truth
is that the elder statesman's assertion that Sir Tafawa Balewa, the former
Prime Minister of Nigeria, was not murdered by soldiers and that he in fact
died of asthma is a sordid and shameful attempt at distorting history.
It is nothing but historical revisionism. It is simply not true to say that
Ifejuana did not kill Tafawa Balewa and that the man just died of an asthma
attack after being abducted. The man was shot and his body was left to
decompose. It is not true to say that there was no autopsy report. There was.
After the body was found it was taken to LUTH and an autopsy was
conducted by the head of the pathology department in that hospital.
The findings were that he had been shot to death. Dr. Moses Majekodunmi,
who was the Minister of Health at the time, can confirm this. After murdering
Balewa in cold blood
on the Abeokuta road Ifejuana fled to Enugu because by
that time it was clear that the coup had failed"

i think we should stick to the original story that he was murdered just
as many other prominent nigerians were murdered, trying to distort
history for personal reasons should not be encouraged by any means.

chit-chat / Re: Kutufo
« on: September 15, 2010, 07:46:11 PM »

doing some home work pending the coming of a new coach.

General Board / Re: HABA JANAR - LET IT GO MANA
« on: September 13, 2010, 02:14:43 PM »
serialize your reasons and come up with concrete evidence
to back you up.

General Board / Re: HABA JANAR - LET IT GO MANA
« on: September 12, 2010, 08:49:41 PM »
Update on Buhari and CPC

The old general in his usual behaviour vehemently opposed
to merger with Bola Tinubu, instead, wai sai dai ayi alliance
kawai which Tinubu also refuses.

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