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Manslaughter: Nollywood star, Ibinabo convicted

Discussion in 'AFRICAN MOVIE STARS' started by chi, Aug 17, 2007.

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  1. Peaches

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    Khami, stop! Honestly, abeg, stop!!! This isn't making an iota of sense at all! There is room for justice just as there is for compassion.

    Compassion is to God and justice is to the state! Give Caeser what is Caesers - I say! Let God and the family do the forgiving and leave the law to serve it's purpose. Now when I say that, I mean fairly and justly not a blatant injustice like this one.

     
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  2. Dsampler

    Dsampler D. Ultimate Naija Ruler

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    Bia, Obariba, wey the apology to Sifu? That's the only thing I'm interested in right now...Justice or no Justice.
     
  3. Maxi

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    Its reasoning like this that keeps Nigeria in the dark state that we find ourselves; and also keeps you ""safely tucked away in Holland!


    Seriously dude, you need to quietly back away from your computer; you've stopped making any iota of sense!
     
  4. Maxi

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    hmmmm you know, you might be unto something here!

    it costs the Nigerian goverment less than 20,000 Naira to keep a prisoner... this is an offcial amount, cos a major part of of this amount is stolen by corrupt prison officials, leaving the prisoner in abject hardship and lack throughout the year.. to put this in perspective, there are prsioners that dont wear any item of clothing from Jan 1 to Dec 31 (the very poor ones that is; whose famlies have abandoned them); the walk about stalk naked hiding their privates in tattered remants of rags or cloth scraping they've managed to scavenge; hungry and riddled with disease... Many, to get food, clothing or medicare, join christian fellowships or other religions groups who support their members.... Many kind-hearted Nigerians who donate to the prisons do not know that their "goodwill offerings" never reach the prisoners as the prison wardens steal these from them.... its just sooo sad!

    please always remember the Nigerian prisoners with your goodwill.... No human should have to live like they do no matter their crime..

    BTW: The maximum jail sentence for any offence in Nigeria is 14yrs... that is; if you are sentenced to life, life sentence equals 14yrs in Nigeria..14 horrific years, which you'd probably not survive...

    but I digress....
     
  5. olofofogal

    olofofogal Let d smoke carry d point

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    whatever peaches,whatever i no dey house,try next door!
     
  6. Dsampler

    Dsampler D. Ultimate Naija Ruler

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    Yep!
     
  7. Obariba

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    Jesus Take The Wheel

    Jesus Take The Wheel lyrics


    VIDEO

    She was driving last Friday on her way to Cincinnati
    On a snow white Christmas Eve
    Going home to see her Mama and her Daddy with the baby in the backseat
    Fifty miles to go and she was running low on faith and gasoline
    It'd been a long hard year
    She had a lot on her mind and she didn't pay attention
    she was going way too fast
    Before she knew it she was spinning on a thin black sheet of glass
    She saw both their lives flash before her eyes
    She didn't even have time to cry
    She was sooo scared
    She threw her hands up in the air

    Jesus take the wheel
    Take it from my hands
    Cause I can't do this on my own
    I'm letting go
    So give me one more chance
    To save me from this road I'm on
    Jesus take the wheel

    It was still getting colder when she made it to the shoulder
    And the car came to a stop
    She cried when she saw that baby in the backseat sleeping like a rock
    And for the first time in a long time
    She bowed her head to pray
    She said I'm sorry for the way
    I've been living my life
    I know I've got to change
    So from now on tonight

    Jesus take the wheel
    Take it from my hands
    Cause I can't do this on my own
    I'm letting go
    So give me one more chance
    To save me from this road I'm on

    Oh, Jesus take the wheel
    Oh, I'm letting go
    So give me one more chance
    Save me from this road I'm on
    From this road I'm on
    Jesus take the wheel
    Oh, take it, take it from me
    Oh, why, oh
     
  8. Obariba

    Obariba Koininonia

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    The head of John the Baptist on a silver platter




    Herod (Matthew 14: 6-12) 6 But when Herod's birthday was celebrated, the daughter of Herodias danced before them and pleased Herod. 7 Therefore he promised with an oath to give her whatever she might ask. 8 So she, having been prompted by her mother, said, "Give me John the Baptist's head here on a platter." 9 And the king was sorry; nevertheless, because of the oaths and because of those who sat with him, he commanded it to be given to her. 10 So he sent and had John beheaded in prison. 11 And his head was brought on a platter and given to the girl, and she brought it to her mother. 12 Then his disciples came and took away the body and buried it, and went and told Jesus.
     
  9. Obariba

    Obariba Koininonia

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    There is nothing new under the sun !!

    18 With one voice they cried out, "Away with this man! Release Barabbas to us!" 19 (Barabbas had been thrown into prison for an insurrection in the city, and for murder.)

    20 Wanting to release Jesus, Pilate appealed to them again. 21 But they kept shouting, "Crucify him! Crucify him!"

    22 For the third time he spoke to them: "Why? What crime has this man committed? I have found in him no grounds for the death penalty. Therefore I will have him punished and then release him."

    23 But with loud shouts they insistently demanded that he be crucified, and their shouts prevailed. 24 So Pilate decided to grant their demand. 25 He released the man who had been thrown into prison for insurrection and murder, the one they asked for, and surrendered Jesus to their will
     
  10. Obariba

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    Pommy la pompom ...these ya Atim Okpoi Ibot second Id's are so amusing !!!
     
  11. Peaches

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    “Render unto Caesar…” is a phrase attributed to Jesus in the synoptic gospels. Jesus gives this answer to the question of whether it is lawful for Jews to pay taxes to Caesar. The full sentence this phrase comes from is “Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s” (“Ἀπόδοτε οὖν τὰ Καίσαρος Καίσαρι καὶ τὰ τοῦ Θεοῦ τῷ Θεῷ”) (Matthew 22:21).

    This phrase has become something of an independent aphorism that expresses resignation about the inevitability of submission to authority (akin to Benjamin Franklin’s pronouncement about “death and taxes”), a belief that it is good and appropriate to submit to the State when asked, or that such demands are non-

     
  12. Dsampler

    Dsampler D. Ultimate Naija Ruler

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    What da hell is going on here?
     
  13. Peaches

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    what da hell does it look like?
     
  14. olofofogal

    olofofogal Let d smoke carry d point

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    really?i thot she said nr was over for her!!!


    hehehehehehehe so which ids are u suspecting?is it........................?:bouncy
     
  15. olofofogal

    olofofogal Let d smoke carry d point

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    hehehehehehe u get under my skin sometimes peaches dearie but u r one of them folks i cant do without on this forum.hehehehehehehe
     
  16. khamileon

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    My dear did u read my post or u were replying to something else?.....
    Why are people all of a sudden going off about the word COMPASSION? Does it in anyway imply that I dont want justice served? Did I at anytime said justice should not be served?.... I asked before, and nobody has pointed me to where I said justice should not be served...... Okay take compassion out of my post, and it still does not imply that I dont want justice served...... I have asked a particular question several times that nobody has answered, instead they say I have gon loco..... My question, which is the backdrop of my take on this has been avoided and replaced with a holy khamileon that doesnt want justice but compassion
    Have a peaceful day
     
  17. khamileon

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    from ur post, it seems you are new here, yet u know so much about me and how I am safely tucked away in Holland. I will advice u stick to what u know. If your aim of Insulting and following me around is to get the same result from me, then I suggest u read the old threads here. There is nothing u can say or do that will make me stoop so low as to Insult you, definitely not in this life time.

    If Nigeria is in a dark state, it is because of wicked, heartless and greedy people and not because people wish for friends, families not to be punished severly for their crimes.... That, is the human nature and not a Nigeria thing.... In Holland a footballer killed someone in a car accident and he was asked to sweep the street and in no time was back playing for the country...... YES a life was lots cause he went over the speed limit and YES he is supposed to be punished severly but he was not......But why didnt the country condem this with one loud voice? Simple, because people like him a lot and just want to see him playing football again.

    Finally I guess u didnt join this site because of Khami, so there are other intresting things to do here than insult. I am immnune against that, especially from faceless people that I might never get to see. Be well
     
  18. Meddeen250

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    Here's a very recent story incident that occured in England concerning a player who killed an individual by dangerous driving. He signed a football contract 2 days ago and that's after spending 3 years in jail. That is what we in England call "Justice and The Rule of Law".
    The guy has decided to do some community work, but that's after he had served his sentence and Justice had been done.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/o/oldham_athletic/6967063.stm
     
  19. Obariba

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    A S Leone example would be more appropriate in this case !!!!
     
  20. Meddeen250

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    Please I'm not in the mood for your insensitive comments. Does it take a genius to figure out that I reside and study in England?

    Last thing I want is to have an argument with you because your posts doesn't make sense at all. All you have done is to insult people when you run out of ideas as is so often the case. I am not interested in anything you have to say.
    This incident occured in Nigeria. I gave an example based on my location and where I reside. But I'm not surprised you're having difficulties to grasp such basic information because you focus more on insulting people than making sense.
    Don't try it with me.
     
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