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Is Nigeria The Capital Of Hell?

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you guys are rib crackers, honestly.

but seriously, which way forward for this country called NIGERIA? revolution or good governance?

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Yes the grass seems always greener on the other side, so it seems. But do you really have to taste someone else's crap to know that yours is toxic?

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this is one 'hell' of a thread. i no kill myself with laff today.

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Ridiculous. Is the writer trying to come off as sarcastic, or are they well-intentioned? If so, let him move to some of these war torn countries to witness first hand experience on the brutality the citizens have to endure on a daily basis.

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@ HAJIFATY

YOU HAVE MADE MY DAY, WALAHI.

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@ hajifaty

3 gbosa for you

GBOSA

GBOSA

GBOSA.

no long thing.

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@ AT HAJIFATY

you just made me spill my wine , why now . this is an expensive 1979 wine.

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at least the red wine doesnt taste like hajifaty HELL.LOL.

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Dem go soon comot this thread go jokes section

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I told you about you being a legend in the making, and guess what, I'm right. Maybe I should start playing the lottery.

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@ hajifaty

i give up . let me sip my red wine before i go to bed.

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comedy central, too mush mofies na bad thing o.

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You know in hell

@ at hajifaty

have you been to hell ? stick to facts pls.

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You know also in pradise

have u been to paradise or how do you know, lets stick with facts pls.

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Your comments always make me laugh for some weird reason. You're a legend n the making.

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@B.O.S.S.

wetin I do you ooo

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Really? Which Asia are we talking about? Is it your China where more than 100 million people live below the poverty line? Abeg make I hear word!!!

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You know also in pradise evrybody can not be the same but they can't be compare with pple in hell. Shey you no dey see yourself for darkness everynite? can you feed urself with 5 naira huh? so these are the differences

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@ hajifaty

so u r in agreement with the writer ? thats all i need to know. thank you.

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the point is you can only die for what you believe  in , if you do not believe in NIGERIA PLC you c no reason to die for it while a lot of people out there are ready to die and kill thousand of innocent people for oduduwa , biafra, arewa . until we all believe in this so CALLED country whats the point of dying for a nono course.

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Really? Which Asia are we talking about? Is it your China where more than 100 million people live below the poverty line? Abeg make I hear word!!!

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@ hajifaty

what exaclty is your point.? pls,

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It is shame - But i can say it will carry on likes this until people are a ready to die for change.

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and ur reason for this is postulation is based on?

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May God safe us from hell ooo. Naija na hell thats why we have pple like OBJ,IBB any many more leaders of hell. The Satanic leaders. Hell and Paradise get different parts according to the holy books. The whole africa is a Hell and the west and asian paradise, So West is the capital of paradise and Nigeria capital of hell

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and that is where the whole bruhaha originates from. why cant we fire it from all angles, we get ourselves good leadership and as well fix our own numerously uncountable faults. they say ,"u cant eat ur cake and have it" but i refuse to attend that school cos i absolutely think we can fry our cake and bake it too.

by the way some of you might already think im loco. its a good sign and i hope to infect as many ppl i can with it.

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The simple answer is, YES

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in politics change comes in two ways from the top i.e good leadership or from the bottom i.e thru people revolution . nigerian will have to make a choice which one appeals to them.

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You don talk am finish!!! lol

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even if we change Presidents, governors, house of reps members, state senators, federal senators, ministers, commisioners, theres no guarantee things would change if the general nigerian attitude towards things do not change. e.g. keeping silent while being oppressed because, i no wan die, i no wan wound, i no wan quench, i get one child, mama dey for house, papa dey for house, etc etc etc.

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i have said it before , if situation continues this way ala this president we have no hope.

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@ poster, the author does have some fine writing skills, but em . . . are we really that bad? na wa o!

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kobo abi i lie, isnt that the functions of govt.

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ROFLMAO!!! I almost fell off my chair reading that one !!!

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the basic functions of govt to my brothers and sisters is for it(govt) to paint a few hospital walls, ban children hawking during school hours, installing CCTV camera's before figuring out how it would be powered, buy a yatch to be used as a hotel, and declare state of emergency on power, spending taxes/state allocations on airfields for exports without having the traders/manufacturers raise the standard of their exports, building a airport in ur state but not having the air traffic to justify it.

that right there is a summary of the functions of govt.

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@bindex

You are right.Most nigerians even the the so called educated folks do not know the basic funstions of goverment.

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I agree with you, accepting that we have a very big problem is what we need as a starting point, but then again its not as easy as it sounds. We need our people to get educated about their basic rights as humans and how a normal society is suppose to function. We seriously need a rebirth in Nigeria.

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hehehehhehehe so in summary Nigeria is the capital of hell !!!! hehehehehehehe!!! roflmao !!!!!

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Wow, i just read the article and the guy has made a lot of sense. Things are definately not as they should be. If in a country of 150million people, only 50million (i am being generous here) can boast of living well, what is happening to the other 100million? NO BE HELL BE DAT?

Hahahahahahhahhahahaahhahha

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@ Bindex, I guess we read from the same page. That writer really murdered Nigeria and in fact the commenters couldn't disagree more.

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lmao naija don suffer.

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Hahaha, Capital of Hell ke, but boy, that dude murdered Nigeria line for line word for word, just check out some of the lines below:

It is the residence of eternal hopelessness. In its core reigns a culture of absolute negativity, which mangles every aspiration to decency. Hell smothers every light of positivity. It is the black-hole of supreme regress, out of which no light of redemption ever escapes. Admittance into its rotten bowels introduces one into a culture of solipsistic self-digestion, where every inmate worships his ego. In its halls, avarice is king. And in its hallowed chambers, everyone is on a journey of eternal self-digestion, where his hatreds resurrect to consume his experiences.

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i can't disagree with him any more than. . . no i can't agree with him any less than the fact that naija is beyond hell. boy was there venom in that piece.

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