Juliet

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  • in reply to: Daddy Freeze and Bishop Oyedepo #5841

    Juliet
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    The whole Christianity thing is now a family business thing. Everything now is about money even though these “men of God” try to make it look otherwise.

    When the “church” wants to build or buy something they ask the members to donate or whatever word they use but when the members have problems they can’t come to the church and ask for help. The church is supposed to cone together and help members just as members come together to help the church but no we’ll be rewarded in heaven.

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  • in reply to: State Property #5838

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    I really don’t understand why we’re so greedy. These government officials do not care about the masses at all. They just want to save money for themselves and their generations to come while they are on seat.

    Now what exactly is the kogi state government trying to raise funds for? Nigeria get money but na invisible money we get. Our money is all over the world in different banks accounts under different names. Today we’ll hear efcc recovered some billions next week we’ll hear another one. All the money they’re recovering what exactly do they use it for?. Our government lacks transparency and that’s exactly what we need to move forward.

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  • in reply to: Herdsmen Killing #5837

    Juliet
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    I have just one question. How sure are we that the people killing are actually herdsmen?

    We only know about what we’ve heard what about the ones we haven’t heard? If we weren’t told we wouldn’t know anything. The media and news outlets control the information we receive. The only thing we can really do is pray that our country gets better while we do whatever we can to help.

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  • in reply to: Career Decision #5816

    Juliet
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    @mayjovey thanks for speaking my mind
    @aezolase and @theblackelvis please look up the meaning of the word prodigy.

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  • in reply to: Career Decision #5797

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    @aezolase and @samson when you’re a prodigy at something it usually starts at a young age so you tend to really like it because you’re really good at it. Let me give examples
    I was really good at mathematics while I was in primary school. It automatically became my best subject. Not because I liked it but because I was good at it which means I didn’t have to like it. Everything just went in line with the each other. So if you’re a prodigy at something you automatically have passion for it. It’s like it’s in your soul because it is a part of you. It’s not something you spent hours of your time everyday learning so you could be good at. I see children of 5years dancing very very well. They automatically like dancing just because they are very good at it and it makes them happy automatically.

    Therefore if you’re a prodigy at something it becomes a part of you so you can’t choose something else over it. The passion comes with the package.

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  • in reply to: Saddest part in a Long Distance Relationship #5795

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    Distance is actually the best way to build trust and affection. It is the only way to know if you and your partner are really in love. A lot of people fear long distance relationships because they know that if they can’t see each other then there’s nothing keeping them together and that’s bad because at a point they must be apart for a while and they might end up breaking up just because they can have all the fun they used to have while they were together.

    Lust and love are very similar. There are a lot of people who are in Lust but think they are in love. Love goes beyond the time you spend with your partner, love makes you desire to be with them every single day just like lust but love also makes you wait for them while lust doesn’t. Lust makes you move on to the next person that comes along within a few months. Now this is where the distance is important because it’ll help you know if you’re in love or on lust.

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  • in reply to: How to get points #5778

    Juliet
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    @aezolase thank you

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  • in reply to: How to get points #5771

    Juliet
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    Hi @chinasa it’s obvious you haven’t read the rules. Anyway you get points by creating posts or commenting on other people’s posts. Points will be given to you if your post or comment is either interesting, insightful, informative or witty. Your points can also be deducted.
    To read the rules click on the only photo on the site.

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  • in reply to: Business ideas #5748

    Juliet
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    @ikenna I think there are a lot of ict institutes already except you want to open yours in big way and that’d require a lot of capital and exposure. Plus the people you’re trying to reach out to may not be able to afford the fees if it’s expensive and it ought to be since you’re going to put a lot of money into setting it up and employing professionals.

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  • in reply to: Business ideas #5747

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    @ikenna you didn’t say if @femionileagbon idea was a good one. Anyway femi I love your idea because these days we can’t trust all these chemically produced medicines. Our ancestors didn’t even know what these medicines were they used herbs and natural remedies for treatment and healing and they lived long so thumbs up on that one.

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  • in reply to: Focus on your life #5733

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    As in eh. I don’t even understand why people can’t mind their business o. They want to be cctv cameras by all means.

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  • in reply to: Unemployment in Nigeria #5732

    Juliet
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    @aezolase nice one dear. If only the the government will read this and actually put in effort to help the youths.

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  • in reply to: Rules for a healthy living #5731

    Juliet
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    @aezolase thanks for your contribution. As we all know, health is wealth.

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  • in reply to: BBnaija, the way forward? #5713

    Juliet
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    Yes it has. It has changed the lives of many either directly or indirectly. But it isn’t the way forward for our country. We need young educated leaders. Leaders who aren’t in just for their own benefit. Leader who actually care for the masses and the country. Leaders who really want change. Only then can our country move forward.

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  • in reply to: "Immortality In Disguise" #5712

    Juliet
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    The organizers of BBN are doing it for entertainment and their own pockets. They make a lot more money from the show than they spend on it. If they were to start an “educational version” of the program do you think it’ll get as much exposure and attention as BBN? cause I don’t think so. It’s just business and entertainment put together therefore it’s not the problem of our country. BBN has nothing to do with the jobless graduates everywhere, the bribery and corruption happening in the country it also doesn’t have anything to do with the politics of our country. To condemn BBN is the same thing as condemning musicians because they also put business and entertainment together. BBN actually empowers the participants in many ways. Efe the winner of the last BBN is a good example.

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