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Altar servers Rรฉunion 2018..!

Yes oh… E no funny as boiz turned men from distance come 2geda for 2 division ODOGBO barracks, dem say make we relate as e b say God almighty don bless us yanfu yanfu, even if as we neva hammer like yahoo guys, provided say life still dey na enuf mirakul be dat.

The reunion wey start 4rm August 24th go reach August 26th, na xo people like bro Godwin our ogbonge presido dat year, our seminarians Ziko (MSM) and piro (MLM) na xo dem show, many other boiz turned men wey show na Nice Guy aka Mc fake the talkalcoholic, isioma aka d-max, ranky, jite, n many others…

Our chief cooker na aunty Quinn n Happiness and Tina.. Dem try for us assistant cookers na…

Monday firewood
Paul water
Benjamin blow fire
Doctor clear the dirt’s
Happiness bring hw many congoes of rice we go cook
Olafare the Mr. Smiler
Iyanu eater of Africa
Zico pot dey leak
Dania Godwin John film watcher
๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œI really miss you guys

Na d chief cooker share work dash them… Una well done..!

For the reunion, dem play ball, quiz n debate BTW consecrated people n lay faithful… D tin swt well well… We come decide say next year own go make sense die.. So we don dey plan am, we thank all of una wey make the event possible,especially bro Ziko, we pray make baba God bless una very well….

Last, last na Thanksgiving end am with our swt vest wey we do..!

Make una watch out for next year reunion, e go make sense ..!

Make una see am for pictures.. Make e no b like say na mouth i dey make..!

Na me Mc Fake Aka Nice Guy โœŒ ๐ŸŒน.. Na me get dis blog and na me write this news..! If u need me or my services, check my details for down…!

No 4get, say make u dey positive 4 everytin oh except for HIV status…!

Altar servers Rรฉunion 2018..!

Yes oh… E no funny as boiz turned men from distance come 2geda for 2 division ODOGBO barracks, dem say make we relate as e b say God almighty don bless us yanfu yanfu, even if as we neva hammer like yahoo guys, provided say life still dey na enuf mirakul be dat.

The reunion wey start 4rm August 24th go reach August 26th, na xo people like bro Godwin our ogbonge presido dat year, our seminarians Ziko (MSM) and piro (MLM) na xo dem show, many other boiz turned men wey show na Nice Guy aka Mc fake the talkalcoholic, isioma aka d-max, ranky, jite, n many others…

Our chief cooker na aunty Quinn n Happiness and Tina.. Dem try for us assistant cookers na…

Monday firewood
Paul water
Benjamin blow fire
Doctor clear the dirt’s
Happiness bring hw many congoes of rice we go cook
Olafare the Mr. Smiler
Iyanu eater of Africa
Zico pot dey leak
Dania Godwin John film watcher
๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œI really miss you guys

Na d chief cooker share work dash them… Una well done..!

For the reunion, dem play ball, quiz n debate BTW consecrated people n lay faithful… D tin swt well well… We come decide say next year own go make sense die.. So we don dey plan am, we thank all of una wey make the event possible,especially bro Ziko, we pray make baba God bless una very well….

Last, last na Thanksgiving end am with our swt vest wey we do..!

Make una watch out for next year reunion, e go make sense ..!

Make una see am for pictures.. Make e no b like say na mouth i dey make..!

Na me Mc Fake Aka Nice Guy โœŒ ๐ŸŒน.. Na me get dis blog and na me write this news..! If u need me or my services, check my details for down…!

No 4get, say make u dey positive 4 everytin oh except for HIV status…!

The soldier’s cry..!

From a soldier friend.

A lot of people are asking me questions.
>>>>JOSHUA <<<<
-Why did you leave your Army work?
-Why did you leave Nigeria Army?
-Why did you leave your Armour Tank Gun?
-Why did you stop being a special force?
-Why did you left your BMG (Browning Machine Gun)?
-Why did you leave your country with that kind of good job that people are looking for?
LET ME TELL YOU
Being deploy in operational states, where fighting is our normal food everyday, for good five years is not a child’s play.
I have been fighting insurgent for the past five years without withdrawal and nothing to write home about it.
*No gain but always pain.
*With empty stomach.
*Sleepless night.
*No freedom.
*No pass/leave.
*No good salary.
*No good allowance.
*Fighting in the bush always
*Missing Loved ones.
*Molesting and maltreating by the so called Senior Officers.
After all these, you expect me to sit back and loose my life for the wicked country that don’t even know the importance of soldiers.
โ—โ—โ—Check what happens to my fellow soldiers everydayโ—โ—โ—
THOSE SOLDIERS DIED DEFENDING YOUR COUNTRY FROM WICKED PEOPLE………
These soldier are slaughtered by boko haram trying to defend their country,
Guess how much is their monthly salary #49,000_#50,000_#51,000_#54,000 for a month,
it is not funny, now ask me the importance of our law makers??? This soldiers died leaving families behind,On what benefit?

God can not be pleased with this,
Senators, Representatives etc, goes to national assembly eat kola, speak pidgin or vernacular language, fight, insult each other and share our billions, this is really crazy, i can’t die for country that lack human value unless it is a natural death,
sending soldiers to go and die for #49,000 is the height of wickedness, please something need to be done about our soldiers salaries moreover they are the backbone of our beloved country Nigeria.

Rest in peace brothers, may your souls rest in perfect peace Amen….
Tears always rundown from my eyes whenever i remember some of my Regulars that lost their lives during the process. (Eg. Soji, Saidu Abubakar, Ibama, and many more)
We part to meet again. Rest well my Gallant fighters…..!

Whats the way forward?

Stay positive in all you do except in your HIV status… Etz Nice Guy โœŒ ๐ŸŒน

Sex…. A must read..!

Every man or woman you have sex with deposits and leaves a part of their soul in you. Most of us haven’t been properly educated about sex. It’s almost a taboo to discuss these things outside of private matters but the silence leads to lack of awareness of what it even means I mean it is the most powerful force that creates life. Most see it as a physical experience but forget the bond, the connection, energy exchange and deep cellular one experiences with their partner. When a man or woman decides to have multiple sex partners it can send mixed emotional signals to the body’s vibration system.

People must be careful of different energies and spiritual forces polluting their internal temple. Sex is referred to as sexual INTER-COURSE because it’s an internal course that unites man and woman, mind and mind, spirit and spirit. This is something that a condom can’t protect you against because energy is behind the elements of all flesh. On a physical level we have been educated to use “protection” but on an energy level nobody discusses the effects it creates on ones mind and soul. It’s too much of a taboo and hidden away to avoid. Be one aware of what’s going on, even if you’ve never heard before, just ponder on it.

Hey…! Its Nice Guy โœŒ ๐ŸŒน.. Don’t forget to stay positive in all you do except in your HIV status..!

Goodnight great legend… You were a rare gem…!

It is with immense sadness that the Annan family and the Kofi Annan Foundation announce that Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations and Nobel Peace Laureate, passed away peacefully on Saturday 18th August after a short illness. His wife Nane and their children Ama, Kojo and Nina were by his side during his last days.

Kofi Annan was a global statesman and a deeply committed internationalist who fought throughout his life for a fairer and more peaceful world. During his distinguished career and leadership of the United Nations he was an ardent champion of peace, sustainable development, human rights and the rule of law.

After stepping down from the United Nations, he continued to work tirelessly in the cause of peace through his chairmanship of the Kofi Annan Foundation and as chair of The Elders, the group founded by Nelson Mandela. He was an inspiration to young and old alike.

Kofi Annan was a son of Ghana and felt a special responsibility towards Africa. He was particularly committed to African development and deeply engaged in many initiatives, including his chairmanship of the Africa Progress Panel and his early leadership of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA).

Wherever there was suffering or need, he reached out and touched many people with his deep compassion and empathy. He selflessly placed others first, radiating genuine kindness, warmth and brilliance in all he did. He will be greatly missed by so many around the world, as well as his staff at the Foundation and his many former colleagues in the United Nations system. He will remain in our hearts forever.

The family kindly requests privacy at this time of mourning. Arrangements to celebrate his remarkable life will be announced later.

Don’t forget to stay positive in all you do except in your HIV status..! Its Nice Guy โœŒ ๐ŸŒน

IBADAN..! The Great city of Oyo State.

If you havenโ€™t been to Ibadan in a while, you are missing out.

Under the leadership of Governor Abiola Ajimobi, the capital city of Oyo State has become a hotspot for tourists all over the country.

I have spent most of my life in ibadan so i can categorically say.. “I am from ibadan”

I’m happy I’m from Ibadan
IBADAN, CITY OF RUST AND SHINE
Ibadan the Political Capital of Yorubaland is a city built on Seven Hills.

The Seven Hills are:
1. Oke Padre
2. Oke Ado
3. Oke Bola
4. Oke Mapo
5. Oke Are
6. Oke Sapati
7. Oke Mokola.

But Ibadan is not just a City of Hills.
It is also a City of ‘Bottoms’.
Loosely translated, ‘idi’ means bottom or the backside.
Several people have attached sexual innuendoes to the names.
However, the actual translation indicates that some of the ‘idis’ were connected with how the settlers converged at a point, thereby leading to how they arrived at the names given.

Go around the city and you can locate the various โ€˜idisโ€™
1. Idi-Arere,
2. Idi-Ose,
3. Idi-Ishin,
4. Idi-Ape,
5. Idi-Ayunre,
6. Idi-Obi
7. Idi-Ito
8. Idi Ogungun

For instance, Idi-Arere is a location where the early settlers converged and held meetings under an ‘Arere’ tree.
The actual full name is Idi- Igi Arere under the Arere (Obeche) tree.
Idi- Arere is located between Oja-Oba and Molete.

Idi-Ose, which should actually be Idi-Igi Ose (under the Ose [baobab] tree), is located around Ojoo/Moniya Road.

Idi-Ishin is located around Jericho GRA area and was named after the Ishin (Ake Apple) tree.

Idi-Ape is located at the intersection of Iwo road and Bashorun and was named after the Ape tree.

Idi-Ayunre, which is located at the outskirts of the city, on the way to Ijebu-Ode, was named after the Ayunre (Albizia Zygia) tree.

Idi-Obi was named after the kolanut tree.

Ditto for Idi-Ikan and Idi-Ito.

Ibadan is also a city with several junctions popularly called ‘Orita’.
In Yoruba mythology, these ‘oritas’ or junctions are places where sacrifices are offered.

Popular Oritas in Ibadan are:
1. Oritamefa – a junction that leads to six roads [around UCH]
2. Oritamerin – [a junction that leads to four roads].
3. Orita Aperin.
4. Orita Bashorun. Some of the names have been shortened nowadays with Orita Bashorun now simply referred to as Bashorun,
5. Orita Challenge now Challenge
6. Orita Aperin simply Aperin.

And still talking about names, several names in Ibadan have their origin in the inability of the residents to pronounce the original names correctly.

For example, the place popularly called Oke-Sapati was originally called Shepherd’s Hill [Oke Sheperd] but the illiterate residents couldn’t pronounce ‘Shepherd’s Hill’ and it was corrupted to Sapati.
That was how it sounded to the ears of the residents at that time.

The story behind Kudeti is quite interesting.
A river runs around that area and the British District Officer during the colonial era was quite shocked at how dirty the river was.
The river served the residents as they washed, had their bath, defecated and drank the water.
The DO therefore exclaimed, “This water is TOO DIRTY”.
The illiterate residents now corrupted the words ‘too dirty’ to Kudeti.
Ibadan is still steep in its traditional beliefs, though modernity is fast catching on.

One of such is the still very popular Egungun (Masquerade) Festival, which usually takes place around June and July.
This period was a period of fear mixed with excitement.
Everyone wants to catch a glimpse of the Oloolu Masquerade – except women who are forbidden to see it.
Oloolu is the most popular and the most feared.
He usually carry what looked like a flat tray with several items on it.
Several years ago, there was a clash between a very popular Muslim cleric now late, called Ajagbemokeferi, and Oloolu.
It was rumoured then that Ajagbemokeferi derobed and unveiled Oloolu.
Then, there is Alapansapa, the second most feared masquerade after Oloolu.
Alapansapa dresses very smartly in bright colours.
Even though most Masquerades are associated with canes and whips, it is more so with Alapansapa.
There is also Atipako and Abidielege.

In spite of the traditional background of the city and the practices/beliefs of its residents, Ibadan has been rightly acknowledged as the INTELLECTUAL capital of the YORUBAS, and indeed Nigeria at large, and this is not just because the first University in Nigeria is located in the city.

I really don’t know how many cities in Nigeria that has as many research institutes as Ibadan.
Ibadan has:

1. IITA
[International Institute of Tropical Agriculture]

2. IAR&T
[Institute of Agricultural Research and Training]

3. FRIN
[Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria]

4. CRIN
[Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria]

5. NIHORT
[National Horticultural Research Institute]

6. NISER
[Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research]

7. NCRI
[National Cereals Research Institute].

All in one single city!
I don’t know which other town or city can boast of these.

Ibadan is truly a mixture of the ancient and the modern.

Permit me to also add these as some of the feats Ibadan has made in the history of Nigeria.

1. The first television station in Africa.
[Now NTA, Ibadan]
2. The first sport stadium in Nigeria.
[Liberty Stadium]
3. The first University Teaching Hospital in Nigeria. [UCH]
4. The first skyscraper building in Nigeria
[Cocoa House].

And Ibadan also entered the book of history as probably the first city with over 25 traditional rulers, all coronated same day!

IBADAN IBI OLA GBETI Wร€A; IJA IGBOROO LOROO ‘BADAN, IBADAN MA JA, MA JA,
O FI OWO GUN GBOGBO ARA ILE NIMU!
IBADAN, OMO AJ’ORO SUN, OMO’ AJEGBIN YO, OMO A FI IKARAWUN FO’RI MU!!
IBADAN, NIBITI OLE GBE J’ARE OLOHUN…WON A NI ‘IWO NAA SE GBEE BEUN?!!!

Check out these amazing aerial views of Ibadan…!

God bless those who grew and are growing up in Ibadan!
God bless those living in Ibadan!!
God bless Ibadan!!!

OYO DIOCESE GIVES BIRTH TO NEW PRIESTS AND DEACONS.

God asked, “WHO WILL I SEND, AND WHO WILL GO FOR ME?” and they answered “here we are, Lord, we come to do your will” such was the case on August 4th 2018 as people from all walks of life gathered to witness, celebrate and rejoice with the newly ordained priests and deacons of the Oyo Diocese at St Bernardine Catholic Church, Owode Oyo, Oyo state ….!

In the Mass, the priests and deacons were admonished to live a life worthy of emulation, and to take their vocation seriously as it is part of their life as well…!

The event was graced by dignitaries of the Diocese including priests, religious and people from various walks of life including parents of the celebrants…

It is therefore in my Ernest and sincere prayer that God will continue to bless, strengthen, guide, protect, and give sufficient graces to the entire priests, deacons, and religious of the world especially our newest heaven baked priests and deacons in this part of the world.. Oyo Diocese, pray God to raise up for us more priests worthy of the vocation, Amen…

God bless our newly ordained priests and deacons…

God bless all our priests, deacons and religious..

God bless Most Revd. Dr. Emmanuel Adetoyese Badejo, the Catholic Bishop of the Oyo Diocese...

God bless Oyo Diocese…

God bless Nigeria.. Amen