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Dark day in holland!!!

Discussion in 'NEWS, BOOKS, CULTURE' started by obude, Jun 17, 2007.

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  1. sidney

    sidney Well-Known Member

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    Wouldn't that be funny, if there was some mix up and they deported Mexicans to Nigeria and Nigerians to Mexico?

    sweat:
     
  2. samira

    samira Well-Known Member

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    Na field day that one go become sweat:
     
  4. KikisMuffin

    KikisMuffin I no get ya time!!

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    Oh ok, wow!!
     
  5. KikisMuffin

    KikisMuffin I no get ya time!!

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    LOL!!!!sweat: sweat: That would be sometin
     
  6. KikisMuffin

    KikisMuffin I no get ya time!!

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    samira Well-Known Member

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    no be only immigration matter...with mail fraud and passport fraud among his numerous crimes, he will faced the 20plus years in jail.....at 52years and he has messed up like this....he can forget it as his life is over. He will be lucky to see Ghana again.
     
  8. KikisMuffin

    KikisMuffin I no get ya time!!

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    Well he deserves everything he gets.......Anim guase kese(spelling errors abound).....@ 52 notin for am again
     
  9. Crazy T

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    Nkem Owoh tori never finish o

    This tori no go finish quick o!

    On my way home this evening while trying to chage a CD in my car I heard the end of a discussion on the radio (in Dutch language) about Nkem Owoh and how he was arrested and prevented from singing his "stupid song" (that was the word they use). They were really praising the police for a job well done.
    I guess Khami is right when he said the raid was prompted becase of Nkem Owoh's presence.

    But what happen to Artistic freedom of expression?
     
  10. olofofogal

    olofofogal Let d smoke carry d point

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    ohmigosh
     
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    Them folks are getting frigging racist!!Don't you agree?:devil
     
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    Ayesha InaAni - Classic Beauty

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    Nothing, to them.... I guess they feel he can sing his song from the prison cell.. smokin:
     
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    This is very sad indeed!
     
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    Meaning???
     
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    I really don't know if I should call it racism, I'll rather call it selective justice.
    You can see clearly that this 419 thing really hurt them so much, just the reality of the fact that Nigerian's (the 19 guys) can be so smart enough to con them of their money.

    To me they are all the same jare, both the con-man and the victims.
    Abi what is the different between Olojukokoro and Ole?
     
  18. samira

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    @highlighted...No, they are not all the same! It is about time we stopped saying stuff like that. Innocent people are being robbed in broad day light and we think they deserve it. The fact that some of them are greedy does not mean that ALL of them are greedy. Just like the fact that some of our people are 419's does not mean that we are ALL the same! Some of them are innocent just like you and I and have worked hard and deserve not to be robbed like that...treat others the way you also want to be treated...as it is US the innocent ones who end up getting caught up in these sad situations. Oh yes, there is a big difference btwn Olojukokoro and Ole !!!
     
  19. olofofogal

    olofofogal Let d smoke carry d point

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    meaning hmmmmmmmmmmm
     
  20. Simisola

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    I'm surprised u know what dis mean?
     
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