Author Topic: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY  (Read 50452 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline hafsee

  • Full Member
  • ***
  • Join Date: Jun 2007
  • Posts: 140
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #135 on: October 19, 2007, 03:32:59 PM »
Hafsee you have mixed up the whole thing altogether
galo gawuri.  I only translated what kitkat wrote tamam.
pardo n me pls am sorry
wat ever u do good or bad comes back to you

Offline amira

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: Jan 2006
  • Location: an island
  • Posts: 850
  • Gender: Female
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #136 on: October 19, 2007, 07:06:52 PM »
Haba Shugaban Mumminan Mata @ Kline
dont you know there are typical villagers
in Kline?

All this your message is too coded to me,
e.g. waiting for the bus today, ID card standing at
the gate hopelessly, walla sai nakama skirt dina
na arta a guje
,

What is the relationship between assignment,
Bus, ID card da kuma har da gudu? Xplain the more
so that we can also update our diary(ies).

Basically a day in my life of handing in a stressful assignment, so much panic
equals forgetting things and on top of that transport fully croweded, thats all
::)
*Each day is definately defining me and finding me*

Offline HUSNAA

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: Dec 2005
  • Location: In Limbo
  • Posts: 2944
  • Gender: Female
  • Life's but the blink of an eye:spend it gratefully
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #137 on: October 20, 2007, 05:52:31 PM »
hafsee, yan kwatas means those living in GRA areas.. which translates nowadays to fine houses in the finer parts of town....kwatas is the hausa bastardization of the word quarters
Ghafurallahi lana wa lakum

Offline dan kauye

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: May 2004
  • Location: Kauyen Kayayau
  • Posts: 756
  • Dan-Kauye's singer of the week;Robin Thicke
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #138 on: October 22, 2007, 11:12:40 AM »
I kicked my neighbor's ass a coupla days ago! Dude has issues for real! How can anyone be so callous as to turn a 4-bedroom joint complex apartment into a damn zoo? First,he had two puppies,a cat,a fish tank,and now a f****king Carribean parrot? Nah,white boy I ain't having that.Nah-uh! I barely get any decent sleep ,not to mention that those damn animals are making a hell of mess of the conservatory! Not only that,he sometimes,whether by design or by coincidence switches our bills(he guzzles up wayyyy more electricity than I do).Last night,he invited over his equally filthy ,pink faced,freckled drunk buddies for a magarita in my living  room and when I asked him why he did that he says he's only trying to help me expand my social circle.And was like "Boy,whaaaaatttttt?" "Since when did I need help making friends..I have more than enough to last me three lifetimes!" It got a little heated and I bodied the loser hard against the wall.Luckily,we were in his section so I got to smash a few portaits off the wall (which bore his family photo or whoever those people were) And boy ,did it feel nice to finally punch someone in the face after what seemed like an eternity of pent-up anger.We made up this morning though,when he brought fresh cofee and might I add,his hawt cousin Anne,over to the conservatory.Now I disagree with the Eurocentric standard of beauty but those intensely blue eyes on that chick Anne are nothing short of ..speechless.Now I gotta call her..
« Last Edit: October 22, 2007, 11:17:29 AM by dan kauye »
Dan-Kauye's Artist Of The Week;Robin Thicke

Offline hafsee

  • Full Member
  • ***
  • Join Date: Jun 2007
  • Posts: 140
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #139 on: October 24, 2007, 04:32:10 PM »
I kicked my neighbor's ass a coupla days ago! Dude has issues for real! How can anyone be so callous as to turn a 4-bedroom joint complex apartment into a damn zoo? First,he had two puppies,a cat,a fish tank,and now a f****king Carribean parrot? Nah,white boy I ain't having that.Nah-uh! I barely get any decent sleep ,not to mention that those damn animals are making a hell of mess of the conservatory! Not only that,he sometimes,whether by design or by coincidence switches our bills(he guzzles up wayyyy more electricity than I do).Last night,he invited over his equally filthy ,pink faced,freckled drunk buddies for a magarita in my living  room and when I asked him why he did that he says he's only trying to help me expand my social circle.And was like "Boy,whaaaaatttttt?" "Since when did I need help making friends..I have more than enough to last me three lifetimes!" It got a little heated and I bodied the loser hard against the wall.Luckily,we were in his section so I got to smash a few portaits off the wall (which bore his family photo or whoever those people were) And boy ,did it feel nice to finally punch someone in the face after what seemed like an eternity of pent-up anger.We made up this morning though,when he brought fresh cofee and might I add,his hawt cousin Anne,over to the conservatory.Now I disagree with the Eurocentric standard of beauty but those intensely blue eyes on that chick Anne are nothing short of ..speechless.Now I gotta call her..
wow dan kauye yazama dan bırnı lol pls update us on how the call went..
wat ever u do good or bad comes back to you

Offline Dan-Borno

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: Jan 2007
  • Location: Maiduguri
  • Posts: 2389
  • Gender: Male
  • EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON
    • View Profile
    • Dan-Borno
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #140 on: October 25, 2007, 12:15:25 PM »
24th October, 2007

I closed from office very late as usual, when
i got home, while enquiring my daughters about
their day at school, after solving some home
work (assignment), the elder told me that "Baba
gobe ba makaranta, an bamu hutu" I denied ittt
saying that she is trying to run away from tommorow's
studies at school.

Early morning today 25th October, 2007, I instructed
their Mums to prepare them for school.  To my surprise
the school gate was locked, ko maigadi ma babu.

Do you know what, when I turned round, the elder one
sitting at the back seat starting laughing seriously,
even falling down on the seat. "bana gayamaka ba"
I was ashamed wallahi - the other small one immediately
opened her lunch box and started demolishing all the
eatables, since their is no school.

Lesson learnt:
DB Listen to your kids
"My mama always used to tell me: 'If you can't find somethin' to live for, you best find somethin' to die for" - Tupak

Offline Muhsin

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: Jul 2006
  • Location: kano
  • Posts: 3107
  • Gender: Male
  • Ikraa bismi Rabbikal lazii khalaq
    • View Profile
    • The Learner
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #141 on: October 25, 2007, 01:04:16 PM »
Kai Dan-Barno, your encounter made me laugh, really laugh. But am a bit surprise; why is there no school? Ko dai the school is private because I heard no public holiday declared. Or something happened or is happening today over there--Barno?
Get to know [and remember] Allah in prosperity & He will know  [and remember] you in adversity.

Offline amira

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: Jan 2006
  • Location: an island
  • Posts: 850
  • Gender: Female
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #142 on: October 25, 2007, 04:25:09 PM »
24th October, 2007

I closed from office very late as usual, when
i got home, while enquiring my daughters about
their day at school, after solving some home
work (assignment), the elder told me that "Baba
gobe ba makaranta, an bamu hutu" I denied ittt
saying that she is trying to run away from tommorow's
studies at school.

Early morning today 25th October, 2007, I instructed
their Mums to prepare them for school.  To my surprise
the school gate was locked, ko maigadi ma babu.

Do you know what, when I turned round, the elder one
sitting at the back seat starting laughing seriously,
even falling down on the seat. "bana gayamaka ba"
I was ashamed wallahi - the other small one immediately
opened her lunch box and started demolishing all the
eatables, since their is no school.

Lesson learnt:
DB Listen to your kids

Just had to reply to this wallahi its funny, what a good lesson learnt lol
next time you'll go with the flow ;D ;D
*Each day is definately defining me and finding me*

Offline hafsee

  • Full Member
  • ***
  • Join Date: Jun 2007
  • Posts: 140
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #143 on: October 25, 2007, 04:43:42 PM »
24th October, 2007

I closed from office very late as usual, when
i got home, while enquiring my daughters about
their day at school, after solving some home
work (assignment), the elder told me that "Baba
gobe ba makaranta, an bamu hutu" I denied ittt
saying that she is trying to run away from tommorow's
studies at school.

Early morning today 25th October, 2007, I instructed
their Mums to prepare them for school.  To my surprise
the school gate was locked, ko maigadi ma babu.

Do you know what, when I turned round, the elder one
sitting at the back seat starting laughing seriously,
even falling down on the seat. "bana gayamaka ba"
I was ashamed wallahi - the other small one immediately
opened her lunch box and started demolishing all the
eatables, since their is no school.

Lesson learnt:
DB Listen to your kids
VERY FUNNY WALAHI I WUD LAUGH IF I WAS HER TOO. KAI AMMA DA KUNYA DE. LOL NEXT TYM EVEN IF SHE LIED U WILL BELIEVE. BALLE MA MOST KIDS TELL TRUTH. GOOD ONE THOUGH
wat ever u do good or bad comes back to you

Offline Nuruddeen

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: May 2004
  • Posts: 609
    • View Profile
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #144 on: October 25, 2007, 05:50:47 PM »
24th October, 2007

I closed from office very late as usual, when
i got home, while enquiring my daughters about
their day at school, after solving some home
work (assignment), the elder told me that "Baba
gobe ba makaranta, an bamu hutu" I denied ittt
saying that she is trying to run away from tommorow's
studies at school.

Early morning today 25th October, 2007, I instructed
their Mums to prepare them for school.  To my surprise
the school gate was locked, ko maigadi ma babu.

Do you know what, when I turned round, the elder one
sitting at the back seat starting laughing seriously,
even falling down on the seat. "bana gayamaka ba"
I was ashamed wallahi - the other small one immediately
opened her lunch box and started demolishing all the
eatables, since their is no school.

Lesson learnt:
DB Listen to your kids
VERY FUNNY WALAHI I WUD LAUGH IF I WAS HER TOO. KAI AMMA DA KUNYA DE. LOL NEXT TYM EVEN IF SHE LIED U WILL BELIEVE. BALLE MA MOST KIDS TELL TRUTH. GOOD ONE THOUGH

As the legendary Marley said" TELL YOUR CHILDREN THE TRUTH". Now the reverse is the case: THEY TELL THEIR PARENTS THE TRUTH. HA! HA! HA!
o try and fail is atleast to learn. That will save one the inestimable loss of what might have been (positive or negative).

Offline Dan-Borno

  • Super Member
  • *****
  • Join Date: Jan 2007
  • Location: Maiduguri
  • Posts: 2389
  • Gender: Male
  • EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON
    • View Profile
    • Dan-Borno
Re: KANO-ONLINE MEMBERS DAILY DIARY
« Reply #145 on: February 21, 2008, 06:47:50 PM »
21st February, 2008

I chose to write down my memoirs of Mr. Presidents visit
to Maiduguri in this thread because of its historic nature
which deserves to be written down in a special diary, and
as far as kline is concern, this is my diary.

One thing i noticed is Mr. Presidents determination to fulfil
his promise of coming to Maiduguri, despite the bad wethe
experienced today in Maiduguri.  I reliably gathered that
Mr. President insisted that the flight took off and the pilot
should used whatever skills at his disposal to land the plane,
because the Presidents Aide at the Airport confirmed to him
that Dan-Bornos and his kindreds are waiting for him in
millions since 7am, and the presidents thought he wount
dissapoint us.  Though there was a delay of 2 hrs because
of the wether.

Mr. President stepped out of the "AIR FORCE ONE" purchased
by Olusegun Obasanjo after so much cry by the nation (forgive
us our tresspassses, for we dont know what we were doing
then and never understood the tactics of governance) waving
his hands constantly.  He was given the traditional welcome
at the airport with all the good and bad dattijan Maiduguri at
the airport.  Traditional dance and Kissing of the sword was
also performed, very impressive indeed.

His Mercedez Car was brought out from the bottom of the
Air Force One (Kai Bature ke nan, wato he moves around with
his car)  SAS accompanied him while they drove majestically
and Dan-Borno & Co patriots continued shouting in a joyous
mood "Allah Ya Kareka daga sharrin su Nuruddeen da Husnaa"

The president firstly commissioned the newly tarred dualised
express road along Kano road, then drove on it to the 777
housing estate where he also commissioned the estate, he
is actually impressed with the quality of work.

They drove to the newly constructed Hospital named after the
illustrious son of the state Professor Emeritus Umaru Shehu
of the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital.  One thing that
impressed the President there was he knew that last week the
hospital was razed down by some infidels, how come within a
week the hospital is back to its shape with all the necessary
equipment as if it was a lie he was told.  Thanks to SAS, he
worked day in day out to see that the hospital is not only
commissioned, but back to start work fully.

The new Trailer Park was also commissioned behind Pompomary
housing estate and also a dualised express way linking bulunkutu
with Tashan Baga was commissioned by the servant leader.

From there he drove to the Shehu's Palace to pay a traditional
homage. 

The newly constructed BRTV Studio Complex and ultra modern
equipments was also commissioned by Mr. President.  He granted
a short interview of 2 minutes to prove that the TV Station is really
transmitting and he showed his happiness, especially the studio
which conforms to an international standard.

They now drove to the seat of power, journalist were restricted
from entering the presidential lodge, where Mr. President is expected
to say his prayers and have a rest (Amma gaskiya mutumin fa bashida
lafiya).  TOgether with some prominent personalities and highly
placed individual in the state, the servant leader lunched with them
and they finally zoomed to the Ramat Square for a final phase of the
official visit.

At the Ramat Square, he met millions of citizens waiting for him.  As
usual he waved hand while entering the square.  The Governor
gave his wellcome address which was very impressive and seized
that opportunity to request all the goodies from the presidency to
the benefit of Borno State.  The reply of Servant-Leader with some
reiteration of his 7 point agenda is even more sweeter than the
speech by our governor.

Finally, he prayed for the peace of this nation and he departs to the
airport, while mukuma ya kubayi in reversed order disappeared from
the square to our various destinations.

Observations

1.   Why is it that in a democratic setup, still the president uses the
      military as his Orderly/ADC?  wannan abin ya dame ni sosai.  Take
      a look at the American President where we boast to copy from, i
      doubt if there is even a uniformed police officer in his entourage
      not to talk of a military officer.  Is it the Military mentality's ghost
      that is still pursuing us?  Even the Police ADCs, is it constitutional?

2.   While Mr. President was delivering his speech at the Ramat Square,
      i noticed with keen interest how is used to caugh after every sentence
      and trying hard in maintaining a low (normal) tone of his speech and
      other salient features proves beyond doubt that this man is really
      sick, and i just pray that S. 144 (1) & (2) is not invoked to my favourite.

Good luck to Mr. President.     
"My mama always used to tell me: 'If you can't find somethin' to live for, you best find somethin' to die for" - Tupak

 


Powered by EzPortal