Inauguration Ceremony in Washington DC for January 20th

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KikisMuffin

I no get ya time!!
Glad to have been alive to witness the moment, but sorta glad its over, it turned into a bit of a circus for me, from saturday I tuned off somewhat...time for the present and the future and his presidency..

These are sober times we live in, I hope he does ok
 

blackpearl

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AM happy, very happy and filled with joy.
Now that he is our President, it is time to work!
I pray that God wil guide him in every step and decision he takes.
Reality hits back for everyone!
 
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dododudu

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But seriously, where all of una wey dey brag say una dey come DC? Where una hide? Behind your Digital TVs?




just kidding......;)

The madness here ain't worth it for real. Driving through DC at about midnight last night, there was no space, town was full of strangers! Dang! And it was COLD!!! Restaurants were filled to the brim with people hanging outside in a long queue waiting for seats!
DC businesses would definitely make windfalls this period! Made me wish I had a store right there too to sell things....
I guess my comments above must have rubbed people off the wrong way! :roll :roll and emmmm.....who cares?!! Not me! No be people begin brag and hala here and una still no turn up! I was looking forward to the NR Inaugural Reunion! :D make una stop to open unnecessary threads here O! :sport-smi
 

j-hi

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Not to steal from fact or take away from reality... for one heartbeat imagine that Obama was the son of a Nigerian.... I trust us, PARRRRRRTY, PLENNTY NOISE, PRIDE, the whole works chai. Kenyans are pretty quiet people o... judging from their lack of noise in the town I live in
 

Field Marshal

ABSOLUTE SUPREME RULER
Not to steal from fact or take away from reality... for one heartbeat imagine that Obama was the son of a Nigerian.... I trust us, PARRRRRRTY, PLENNTY NOISE, PRIDE, the whole works chai. Kenyans are pretty quiet people o... judging from their lack of noise in the town I live in
Triple Gbam!!!!!:happy024: sweat:
 
Not to steal from fact or take away from reality... for one heartbeat imagine that Obama was the son of a Nigerian.... I trust us, PARRRRRRTY, PLENNTY NOISE, PRIDE, the whole works chai. Kenyans are pretty quiet people o... judging from their lack of noise in the town I live in
:lol If Obama was nigerian that march with have been longer !! with dancing all the way to the white house even the secret service would join in sef two steps forward one back roll shoulder dip ! forget that hail the chief song dem fit play 'Swing Paw Paw Music"
 
I was there on the Mall for the Inauguration. I got there at 5:00am. I have the pictures on my Facebook page. I can post them here if you like..I represented bigtime..It was an experience of a lifetime..
 
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dododudu

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Abeg, wetin be ya facebook name? I love watching those pictures of plenty people.....its nice.
I dont regret not going into DC that day sha (I was up late finishing dresses for someone for one of the balls)....I even woke up at 9:20am!...
U try sha....with all that crowd? nah!....
 
I only have 32 pictures there.I have more.I just need to post them.Some are not so good,some ok.I was so excited..i was just snapping away like a crazy man..Plus it was super cold..My hands nearly fell off...you will notice it in some of the pictures.
 
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