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Dayo Amusa: Celebrities are not Supernatural Beings



Controversial yoruba actress, Dayo Amusa wrote a very lengthy note on cyber bullying….
She wrote;
CELEBRITIES are not supernatural
being. It’s so #PATHETIC of
anyone to think otherwise…
WORDS!!!Those five letters can
make or break anyone.
D words u hear can either lift u up
or bring u down. D words u say to
someone can either uplift them or
destroy them.
I see & read a lot of postings on
social media & some of these
words cuts deep. Forget about d
usually high school bullies. High
tech bullies (cyber bullying) are
D way these people furiously
attack other people’s
worse,children is terrible. It’s
even more disheartening when I
see grownups doing this.
How does one criticized their
fellow human being in such
manner? Hiding behind d
keyboard to make other people
miserable will never add values to
your life.I have noticed this
predominantly among Nigerians/
Africans.D way they tear down
makeup artist & their work is
mind blowing.
Don’t get me started on Nigerian
artist both actors &
musicians.There is something
called constructive criticism or
unbiased opinion.I must
commend Nigerian artists,they
are actually doing their best with
what they’ve got.In a country as
frustrating as Nigeria, no light, no
water, pricy fuel & bad road,they
still managed to produce decent
movies.Nigeria’s movie industry
has actually improved a great
deal,most especially d Yoruba
movie industry.
We have great actors and
procedures producing & acting in
great movies.It’s sad to see that
these folks still get attacked on
social media.People felt it’s their
calling to meddle in these people’s
personal life. These folks are not
made of stones.They have feelings
just like u & I. I don’t think I can
sit back & let anyone attack me or
my family like that.
Only a coward sits behind a
screen & a keyboard & bully other
people.We need to do better, let
your words encourage,lift & build
others. Remember we’ll all give an
account of every idle words.Let’s
build each other up. Uplift other
people’s business. If u have to say
something think about your
words. if u are in d other person’s
shoes, hw wil u feel if those words
are spoken to u? Life is difficult
enough for us to be tearing each
other down.Think before you
type… Thank u


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“Absolutely Clueless And Easily The Worst Manager I Played Under” — Mikel Obi Blasts Sunday Oliseh; Blames Him For Vincent Enyeama’s Early Retirement



He said’ “I remember the first day he came into the camp. Then we reported to the camp for International duties, then he came straight at me and Vincent Enyeama, the goalkeeper, who also was very powerful back then.”

“He came straight at us and Elderson Echiejile, and he said a few things. He said he heard there was a lot of player power with us.

“Then Enyeama was like, ‘What’s wrong with you? Where are you getting all of these from? We are a nice group, and you just come in, and the first thing is to attack us?

“He was like ‘I heard about you guys.’ And then Enyeama stood up and told him he couldn’t say that because we had been here for so many years. They started arguing, and literally, they were going to have a fight.

“He took Enyeama out of the team, and he came at us saying he was going to take us out of the team. He said he was going to take us out of the team; he said he was going to make sure we didn’t play anymore.”

“Enyeama could not take it, and despite my pleas, he left the camp angrily and never came back.”

“He (Oliseh) had absolutely no clue of how a manager is. He was a fantastic guy in his playing days, but as a coach, he was very terrible. He had no clue what he was doing.

“The players never understood anything he was doing, and he did not know what he was doing. He was just confused because he just came in and destroyed the team’s togetherness.

“His excuse when he got fired was that the people and FA did voodoo on him not to succeed. He was easily the worst manager I played under.

“He was so bitter with everybody, jealous with everybody, and had no respect for speaking to anybody, whether the physio or anybody,” he added.

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“She Took Care Of My Son When I Left To UK To Give Birth To My Twins” — Kindhearted Nigerian Woman Rewards Her Housemaid With Canada Sponsorship



A Nigerian lady identified as Lioness Eze wrote: “Miracle is her name

She was a maid to me.
She’s here in Canada to do her first degree in IT innovation ( I’m her full sponsor). She’s 20

She took care of my son when I left to UK to put to bed to my twins. My son never for one day felt I wasn’t around him.

Each time my son asks of where the dad is, she’s always there for him to make sure no vacuum at all

When we relocated to Canada, I started pursuing her greener pastures.

I applied for her degree program into same university as mine in Ontario. She got the admission, I started applying for her visa, she was denied first time. But she was granted visa the second time and was given 3 years visa to study in Canada.

She has arrived😁😁 pictures bellow

She even traveled with us to UK for summer 😁

Isn’t her name speaking for her?(Miracle)

NB : she calls me mommy, ( her biological mother is late) she’s my older daughter now, anywhere U see her, tap her back and tell her she’s really a miracle to her generation

GRACE GOD has given me which is unique from others is, you can’t be around me and remain same. If you are around me and your life never changes, it means you need to change ur attitude.”

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I’m still single and searching – 70-year-old virgin Cries



An elderly woman has lamented being single and still searching because she rejected many men in the name of sacrificing her life to give her siblings a good education before getting married.

“The reason I am still single is that I haven’t found the right man for me. But when I was still a young girl, several men were chasing after me. I dated several, but I refused to get married before my siblings graduated because I was the one who was taking care of them. Men would approach me for marriage and I would tell them no because I wanted to educate my siblings first, then marry later,” she said.

“If I get a husband, I would get married. I’m ready to be a wife and move in together with my husband,” Alphonsine said.

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