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What Happened To The Ikebe Super Magazine?

I used to buy it and read when i was in secondary school without letting my parents know.

It's been so long. Does it still sell in Nigeria?

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Dauda the Sexy Guy.. Wale Adenuga was one scandalous niggi in his hey days

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Ahhhhhhh! IKEBE SUPER!! It surely brings back memories. It officially banned in my house; dad saw it as no more than soft core Indecency.

My uncle, on d other hand, was an ardent reader and stacks of copies at his house. I used to look forward to the times we would pay him a visit where i would sneak into his room and indulge myself. . .

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I USED 2 ENJOY IT ALOT,, PLZZZZ SOMEONE SHD REVIVE IT.

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@Exotique

First off, there is no need for you to resort to abuse to get your point across.

Secondly, no one , including yourself is immune from making the odd typographical error.

Thirdly, the relationship between a tailor and producer? Well in this case I was merely

using an analogy for the purposes of illustration. Obviously, the complexity of it has gone over your head.

Try re-reading it again, slowly this time. If you still don't understand it then come back to me and I will attempt

to explain it on a simple person's level.

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nobody is saying that reading it was right back then, its just one of those things that just happen to be seen by the little kids we were. you want to tell me that kids of today are not doing worse?

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As for me, Ikebe Super mag was really cool.

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How then can you criticize me for labelling the magazine as garbage if you have never read ikebe super@exotique?

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@ Exotique,

You are talking twaddle.

By your logic unless we know about something we have no right to hold

an opinion or criticise someone or something. To show how absurd your reasoning is:

Suppose I went to a tailor to have a suit sawn but he produced a load of rubbish, you know

trousers too tight, no zip, buttons fall off etc.Are you saying I shouldn't criticise him because I don't

know how to sew myself?

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@Ndipe

I never mentioned reading d mag as a child,

so I think the issue of allowing my children

to read it or not is of no relevance.

All I'm saying is that you should avoid

criticizing other people's work.

No matter how little it may be,

we always have something to learn from others

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I started reading as early as 7 and I understood quite well, in fact, those magazines helped give me an artistic mind, and a flair for arts and music. Comics are the best things a lad can have at that time.

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Exotic, be honest, would you let your children read Ikebe super magazine? Same question is applicable to those who have 'nostalgic' memories of reading that magazine.

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My brothers had ikebe super and was it dauda the sexy guy,and i used to sneak to read them.Thank God i was never caught

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OH gosshhhhhhhhhh IKEBE SUPER!!!

At the age of 5 i was was introduced to IKEBE through an Aunt. Actually I was IKEBE! This is one of my earliest childhood memories, when this my aunt comes to the house she'll be shouting " WHERE IS IKEBE" and she smack my bum-bum. I used to get blue and black from embrassement.

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anybody remember nackson?

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there are to many real ikebe's that you should not worry about ikebe super magazine

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IKEBE SUPPER WAS LIKE THE hustler magzine of nigeria,i used to buy it when ever my pop send me to go buy him newspapper,i got like stack of it.we go to shool,using ikebe super for our note books,men.i thank god say i pass very well.damn!

KILLA DIPSET ALL DAY NO HOMO

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Super Story, Ikebe Super, Lolly what else?

Dauda and Nackson are two different characters entirely. You'll neva read such a mag before ur parents would u?

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yeah kinzolic,

LOL, up until I studied Yoruba in sec sch, the only Yoruba I knew came from the magazine when Dauda would be knacking. For whatever reason, all the women would utter is "O jigbi jigbi jigbi"

RLMAO!!

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Yes i love dat dauda guy

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Must you insult the producer?

Why on earth must you call his collection garbage?

Tell me how many books u have written?

I'm not even sure u can write a one-page essay about yourself.

Try to look for - and appreciate - the good in people.

Adenuga's works reflect creativity.

I see no reason why it should have been banned.

Lolly is not in the same zip code as Ikebe super,

that comparison was uncalled for.

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Cant believe that I stooped so low to read that garbage that Adenuga was peddling as a heart warming story

Shame on him!!!

That magazine, along with lolly should have been banned!!!.

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Omg! i remember! it Waz hilarious.  i found some copies in this spare room at my house. i remember taking it to skool nd diz teacher sseizedit but i got it back.

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Super story is interesting.

WTF is ikebe super? I tot it was a song.. or another word for fat Bottom. Didn't know it was a magazine.

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@hotangel

...u were still sucking ur fingers and crawling on fours then.

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Interestin for the kids. Not for me anyway. I'll rather watch DOMINO

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How is the TV one doing? Intresting enough?

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Converted to T.V series

Binta and Friends

Papa Ajasco and Company

Super Story.......

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No. Its no longer in circulation. the publisher Wale Adenuga has decided to turn the project into a TV feature titled "Papa Ajasco and Company".

The other magazine "Binta" has gone through same fate.

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