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SEEN ON TWITTER: Flavour’s Fan Crying

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Ds is somborrry’s Daughter, future wife/mother crying 4 seeing Flavour but won’t cry 4 a pastor’s preaching #Lautech pic.twitter.com/JRnd5usAsu — TripDarlinq® (@TripDarlinq) April 10, 2016 As seen on Twitter.

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The Unwritten Code Of Warri Brotherhood

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It was a great blessing to have grown up in Warri. Yes, I say it again…it was indeed a blessing. After you’re done reading this article, you’d agree with me that if Nigeria as a nation were to adopt this ...

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No More ‘Kocktails With Khloe’…The Show Is Done!

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FYI Network responsible for the production of “Kocktails with Khloe” has shut the show down less than 3 months into its run. Productions sources told TMZ exclusively that the official announcement from the network was the show is on “indefinite hold” ...

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Why Women Should NEVER Send A Man To Buy Makeup

'GF sent me to get makeup'

http://imgur.com/gallery/b2zzv

A man has shared an excruciating exchange showing exactly what happened when his girlfriend sent him to buy her make-up. The 26-year-old, known only as Blufiz and believed to be from the US, shared every detail of their text conversation ...

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Take A Look At The World’s Creepiest Selfie

CREEPY SELFIE

A ghostly selfie is sending shivers down the spine of social media users. The spooky image, posted by Twitter user @itsthemans, shows a couple smiling for a selfie taken on a smartphone… completely oblivious to a woman’s face that has ...

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Happy #PalmSunday Readers!

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Palm Sunday is a Christian feast that falls on the Sunday before Easter. The feast commemorates Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. In many Christian denominations, worship services on Palm Sunday include a procession of the faithful carrying palms, representing the palm branches ...

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“The Rape Of Innocence” – By The Cable

ESE ORURU-CARTOON

When you think you’ve seen the worst in our country, Nigeria has a way of proving you wrong. The last absurdity usually pale in comparison to the latest one and the pathetic cycle continues predictably. We shake our heads, lament ...

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