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If your husband cheat on you kill him and Destroy his car – vivian chidinma says.

Things are now getting out of hand. Since ladies now devise means of getting rid of cheating husbands. In Nigeria marrying more two women is not crime, though it is a sin in Christendom and the bible frowns at it.

A lady named Vivian chidinma took to her Facebook page and made a comment on extraordinary mums and singles Facebook group. In her speech, she said that “if your husband cheats, don’t stab or use hot on him, simply go and remove is car break, my dear only tension will kill him when the car fails break, if he survives it either the spinal cord will break or his two legs. With that, he will only be facing you”

The statements made by her has generated a lot of mixed reactions on social media especially on facebook .

Reports has it that, immediately the statements was made, Facebook fans snapped her comments and sent it to her husband. As soon as she knew that her statement has gotten to her husband, she quickly deactivated her Facebook account so that her husband wont have any evidence.

Funny enough, her husband got the reports about her and sent her packing immediately. Recently her statement was sent out on Facebook groups and many of her fans reacted about her statement. See pictures below

My take on this is that, it is unlawful for a woman to even think of persecuting her husband if found cheating on her. But her case has made her helpless

Please share this article to your friends, and also air you own views using the comment box concerning her statements

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I Regret criticizing Nnamdi Kanu-Deji Adeyenju.

 

Nigerians have continued to react to Prince Deji Adeyanju post on his Facebook page, where he regretted criticising Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Below are the excerpts of the reactions

Adetolani Samuel Adewuyi said: “Uncle Deji has gotten sense, Nigeria is not even a proper zoo.”

Eziafa Charisma Endwedo said: “Carry on brother. I now call you brother. It is only a wise man that sees his faults, admits same and repent from that.”

Recall that the convener of Concerned Nigerians, and Human Rights activist, Prince Deji Adeyanju, in a post on his Facebook page on Monday,13th day of January, 2020, regretted criticising Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. He equally thanked Chief Femi Fani-Kayode for reconciling him and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who he described as his brother.

 

We are with igbo-yoruba ,South North,others on Restructuring Nigeria

The seemingly rested issue of restructuring Nigeria came up Saturday, when Southern Kaduna People’s Union (SOKAPU) said it would pitch tent with other sociocultural groups that believe in the restructuring of the country.

Specifically, SOKAPU said it would reach out to the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Afenifere, Middle Belt Forum as well as Pan-Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) to press for the restructuring of the country.

Speaking, shortly after taking over the leadership of SOKAPU as its newly-elected National President, Jonathan Asake said other Nigerian projects that the people would team up with the South East, South West and the Middle Belt regions include resource control, power-sharing and rotation and states creation.

Other national projects that needed regional collaboration, according to Asake, also include land tenure and land ownership, devolution of powers, self-determination, institutionalised discrimination, chieftaincy and traditional institution matters.

Asake, who is a former House of Representatives member, also said that his leadership will encourage unity and cohesion among the diverse groups of southern Kaduna and the nation at large.

He promised to secure communities in southern Kaduna that are under insecurity resulting from kidnapping, banditry and incessant invasion and destruction of farmlands.

The SOKAPU president said this would be achieved by partnering with relevant security agencies and government to ensure that “our communities are safe and secure.”

“Our leadership  will reach out to other socio-cultural  groups such as the Middle Belt Forum, Pan-Niger Delta  Forum (PANDEF), Afenifere, and Ohaeneze Ndigbo with whom we share common ideals and aspirations  on the Nigerian project  such as the restructuring of Nigeria including  resource control, power sharing  and power rotation, States creation, land tenure and land ownership, devolution  of power, self-determination, institutionalised  discrimination, uncontrolled immigration, chieftaincy and traditional  institutions matters, to mention  but a few.”

Earlier, in his handing over speech, the outgoing SOKAPU national president, Solomon Musa, said the union had never been confrontational with government, but had been engaged in lobbying and dialoguing over crisis.

Musa urged the new president to ensure that SOKAPU remains apolitical in the discharge of its activities, “but continue to tell truth to power.” (The Sun)

Igbo man shares video of cat dissapearing infront of his shop-video

A recent video shared on the Internet reveals some shocking activities that happened in front of an Igbo Man’s shop.

The video that was gotten from a CCTV the owners had installed around the shop showed moments when cats disappeared right in front of the man’s shop.

In the video, two cats were seen moving around the shop area on both sides when they both suddenly disappeared.

The men who were watching the video were left in awe as they all screamed on seeing what just happened.

Watch The Video Here:

Igbo leaders shop 2023 presidency,pen down 10 candidates.

 •Selection committee chief Iwuanyanwu
•Selection committee chief Iwuanyanwu

Igbo leaders have commenced consultations to ensure the South East produces the president in 2023.

Daily Sun gathered that elder statesman, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, is leading the push to make the dream a reality.

It was learnt that Iwuanyanwu recently met with some notable Igbo leaders including first republic Minister of Aviation, Chief Mbazuluike Amaechi, and the President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Nnia Nwodo, as part of efforts to strategise ahead of 2023.

In one of the meetings, it was gathered that one of the criteria set for any Igbo presidential aspirants is that he or she must not be above 70 years of age.

Iwuanyanwu, confirmed to Daily Sun that consultations had begun with the target to ensure the zone produced the President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor.

He said 10 prominent Igbo sons (made up of professionals and politicians) have been shortlisted across party lines for consideration.  Iwuanyanwu, who declined to mention those shortlisted, however, said age was a very important factor for the zone as it hopes to present a robust and energetic president to Nigerians to elect.

“I don’t support Igbo presidency, but I support a Nigeria president of Igbo extraction, this is what we want, we don’t want a person who would be there and think he is representing Ndigbo,” said Iwuanyanwu.

“The question is if the Igbo deserve it; yes, we deserve it. We have qualified people; Igbo have played major roles in shaping the destiny of Nigeria, starting from independence our leaders like Nnamdi Azikiwe made the crusade for independence

“I have met with prominent Igbo sons. I have met with Mbazuluike Amaechi, and President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Nnia Nwodo and 10 names have been pencilled down already for the position,” Iwuanyanwu said.

According to him, whoever emerged as preferred candidate from the zone has to detribalised.

Said Iwuanyanwu on qualities of target aspirants: “You must look at the 36 states and Abuja and regard it as your territory; you must solve the problems of the 36 states and the FCT and take it as your own; you must protect lives of citizens, take responsibility for the prosperity and peace of everybody; be honest and transparent, tolerant to people’s views, allow people to practice their religion without interference; and you must practice democracy.” (Daily Sun)

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