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Plane Crash in Port Harcourt, Nigeria...

Discussion in 'NEWS, BOOKS, CULTURE' started by niki, Dec 10, 2005.

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  1. Oyinkan

    Oyinkan Well-Known Member

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    thats what i plan to do, we got to help our ppl and the generation yet unborn
     
  2. gogetter

    gogetter Liya kebede...gorgeous

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    All of y'all need to chill. we all complain abt nigeria...so everybody quoting and agreeing like they've never complained shud just go yansh down somewhere.
     
  3. Oyinkan

    Oyinkan Well-Known Member

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    its not that we dont complain but we gotta realize that complaining without trying an effort, is no better than our leaders just sitting there doin nuttin
     
  4. Ayesha

    Ayesha InaAni - Classic Beauty

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    Any suggestions? Example.. I have aligned with a homeless shelter here called My Sister's place.. hopefully with the work the Miss Nigeria will help out with here, we can propose they open a similar shelter in Nigeria to assist women and children. I cant just waltz into Nigeria.. but with financial power and the backing of some foreign entities under our care, we can make a change little by little and without the thieving govt.. and also with God's help because these things are not easy
     
  5. gogetter

    gogetter Liya kebede...gorgeous

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    but what can I do?? I dont have all the poer and money...still trying to get ma education...I cant really do much, so i will def. lash out when i see pple who can and aren't....cos i know i wud if i cud.
     
  6. Joi

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    :roll

     
  7. Ayesha

    Ayesha InaAni - Classic Beauty

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    Wetin you dey laugh... Sosoliso has been grounded.. Quick Kweshon.. what plane does OBJ fly in when he is travelling around Nigeria.. Just a quick kweshon
     
  8. Joi

    Joi Code Cracker

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    Ah ah my sista....you know say I no fit talk anything OBJ related for hia or anywhere else. Sorry, cannot respondo!

     
  9. Ayesha

    Ayesha InaAni - Classic Beauty

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    Why.. OBJ na your husband? I asked wetin him dey fly around Nigeria?
     
  10. Joi

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    How I go take sabi? I dey hia with you dey work 60hrs a week, how dat one go concern me?:086:
     
  11. goseiant

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    This is indeed very sad and tragic. May the Lord grant the souls of the departed a peaceful resting place.
     
  12. Ayesha

    Ayesha InaAni - Classic Beauty

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    My dear.. I know.. :biggrinsa
     
  13. Obariba

    Obariba Koininonia

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    Good point !!:fing02:
     
  14. bolanle

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    That's why I said "Yeah and maybe I am only reacting like this cos her death might not touch me..." - exactly out of that reason! If I have offended you then am sorry, I was not even talking about Stella O. SO I don't know where I indicated that one. All am saying is that voices are getting louder cos someone was involved that you obviously loved(now don't get me wrong here), but maybe her time was up! It could have also happened in the UK or in the US during a car accident!!! Yes maybe I would react the same! But how come no one was complaining that something urgently is needed to be done when the first plane dropped from the sky? Anyways, I guess you might not understand where I am coming from. As I have said before I do not wanna step on anybodies toes! Be well.
     
  15. gogetter

    gogetter Liya kebede...gorgeous

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    Actually, i do understand...but You really cant help but feel that way.
     
  16. bolanle

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    Believe me I totally understand the way you feel. It's all good. May the Lord grant her soul eternal rest.Amen
     
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    They are making a mistake, there are two. One girl from my school survived and she is in South Africa. Please, her name is Kechi so please pray for her to make it.
     
  18. Obariba

    Obariba Koininonia

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    Thanks for the correction. I wonder if she is in Governor Odili's hospital he built in South Africa ? Do you know the name of the hospital where she is admitted there ?
     
  19. Oyinkan

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    Some ppl touch many ppls like more than other ppl, some ppl have just been so great.
    the lesson from this is that we should all try to make our mark, Pastor Bimbo devoted her all life in saving God, u no she was on her way to preach in port Harcort. Thats just the way it Bolanle some ppl touch others ppl's life than others. Who knows maybe God took away a really loved one so that we can feel what its like and demand action to be taken
     
  20. Oyinkan

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    :fing02: am really glad to hear that, the thing is that we can do something, i'm actually planning to focus on the health field, 'cuz currently medical in nigeria is horrible, ppl are dieing day in day-out, i've lost a lot of loved ones to the poor care system in nigeria, its sad.
    scholarship is another good thing, awarding scholarships to less priviledge because i believe many of the kids esp in villages could make a difference if they have education.
    organizing programs that would help to grow loyal citizens in like primary and secondary school levels, esp to decrease the crime rate in nigeria.
    also programs that would help build the spirit of independency, in terms of producing what we need by ourselves, i believe would be beneficial, nigeria currently is nuttin but a consumer nation, its a nation that produces nuttin but consumes everything produced by others, which is gradually deteriolizing our economy in a very drastic speed, we are not developing, the ecomy and all is getting worse day in day out, when is change going to be made?.
     
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