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Violence cannot be created not destroyed. But, it can be transformed from one form to another.


179 Sabi

Member since one year ago

Owerri, Nigeria

WomenLast activity one month ago

There is nothing like teaching a man anything. Men ( and women) naturally act right if they love and want to be with you. They know what to do, they just think you’re not worth it.

NigeriaLast activity one month ago

The Osu caste system is a traditional practice in Igboland that discourages social interaction and marriage with a caste of persons called Osu (Igbo: outcast). Osu are enslaved by the deities (Alusi) of the Igbo people; they are considered as inferior beings and are usually separated from the Nwadiala or diala (Igbo: real born).

The origins of the Osu caste system are unclear, but it is thought to have originated in the pre-colonial era. Some believe that it was a way to control the population, while others believe that it was a way to punish those who had committed crimes or violated taboos.

The Osu caste system is deeply entrenched in Igbo culture, and it has been difficult to eradicate. In recent years, there have been efforts to abolish the system, but it remains a problem in many parts of Igboland.

Osu face a number of challenges as a result of their caste status. They are often denied access to education, employment, and healthcare. They are also subjected to discrimination and violence.

The Osu caste system is a harmful and discriminatory practice that needs to be abolished. There are a number of things that can be done to address this issue, including:

  • Raising awareness of the Osu caste system and its negative impact on Osu people.

  • Educating people about the harmful effects of discrimination and prejudice.

  • Advocating for the rights of Osu people and challenging discriminatory practices.

  • Working to build a more inclusive and just society where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.

MarriageLast activity one month ago

By the way , that Bible verse wasn’t talking to men providing for their immediate families, like wives and kids. it was talking about Men/Women Taking Care of the widows in their household.. 1 Timothy 5 Vs 8. Read from the top, don’t let all these pastors that called themselves push you into depression..

A mans natural instinct pushes him to be a provider, no be this Bible verse be the reason

PresidentLast activity one month ago

"Kakistocracy" (government by crap) also comes to mind.

AlikoLast activity one month ago

Is this even the real Dangote? The tweets are so odd.

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Yep,He has been at war with Osvaldo since 2019

Damn! This is hilarious! Apparently being insanely rich makes your skin super thin.

IgboLast activity one month ago

This is beautiful. DO you know if this building still exist today?

BiafraLast activity one month ago

Horrifying. Always baffling to see this sort of suffering, even in photographs.

FoodLast activity one month ago

For those asking for my recipe, I will upload when I can..I am currently working. Here is my moin-moin recipe to begin with... The recipe for the other two will add when I can

Moin-Moin Recipe

Makes six portions (I used small foil tins, can use banana leaves if you can find them)

•500g Oloyin beans

• 1 small onion

• 2 scotch bonnet (ata rodo)

• 1/2 cup vegetable oil

• 1 dollop palm oil (melted)

• 1 Maggi cube

• 1/2 table spoon of chilli powder

• white pepper (to taste)

• salt (to taste)

• 1/2 tin Corned Beef **

• 4 eggs **

(** You can add what you like, my mum usually added egg, prawns and smoked mackerel growing up)


  1. Clean and soak beans in sufficient water overnight

  2. Next day when ready to make, peel beans

  3. Boil yours eggs till they are hard boiled (about 10-12 mins) and break apart your corn beef or whatever serenren you're adding to the moin moin. Slice the eggs into thirds.

  4. Add beans to blender along with the scotch bonnet and onion. Add sufficient water and blend till you have a batter of medium.thickness. You should be able pour it with a spoon/ladle but it should not be too runny.

  5. Pour batter into a large mixing bowl and add your seasonings. Taste and adjust to your preferences.

  6. Add the oils in and mix for a couple of minutes with a wooden spoon or spatula or whisk

  7. Now grab your foil tins and brush them with oil along all sides.

  8. Now begin ladling of the mixture into the six foil tins.

  9. Then equally divide your serenren into the tins .

  10. Divide the rest of the mixture into the tins. Shake slightly so your moin-moin batter is sitting right. Cover with the lids, ensuring the foil is facing the mixture and the paper part is facing you. Seal along the crimped edges.

  11. Now in your steamer or pot, ensure there is sufficient water and place your foil tins into the pot. If using a pot ensure that the water is below the top of the bottom most foil tins)

  12. Bring to a boil and then lower to a medium heat. Allow to cook for 40/50 minutes ensuring that you add more water to pot if needed..don't allow it to dry out completely.

  13. Check moin-moin for doneness and if not yet ready, keep steaming, checking every 5 mins. Upon cooking it might seem a bit soft but it will solidify more as it cools. Just ensure that when you shake it, there is no loose batter moving about.

  14. Serve and enjoy

FoodLast activity one month ago

And yes this bachelor is open to marriage proposals, plese form an orderly queue and have your dowries and financial statements ready for inspection.

NigeriaLast activity one month ago

Run o, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Buy Sumec, Fireman, or TEC, and other generator sets are pure money-guzzling ventures.

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Firman is very expensive o😬

I know. Don’t make mechanic your friend. Buy TEC as it’s cheaper and if you change oil when recommended no problem will arise.

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