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  Fact: Never Ever Marry An Akwa Ibom Lady - Romance - Nairaland
Posted by: kudus_man - 10-30-2019, 12:48 PM - No Replies

This isn't an unverified rant 

This fact is borne from painstaking research and experience documented and shred here for other aspiring bachelor's 

1. Nigerian women ranked number one in terms of infidelity , wit akwa ibom being the state with the highest percentage of unfaithful women 
Google this 

2. Akwa Ibom women are the most found in church administration across Nigeria ..

3. Akwa ibom women see marriage as a burden and usually rock life with reckless abandon till their mid thirties then join a church , even get a position in church with hopes someone married their left overs as a wife 

4. Akwa ibom has the highest number of over 30 unmarried women in n Nigeria with good reason (they are the most unfaithful women in Nigeria )

5. Akwa ibom women always have the I was raped story by my uncle so I don't like sex ...this is always an excuse for why they have been sexually active for decades ahead of their pears 

6. Akwa ibom women can't be faithful , and they always have an ex boyfriend or lover they have lived in the same house with for years ... Do your findings 

7. Akwa ibom women will readily get into bed with any man they feel can better their lot. Yes you may say every woman does this but akwa ibom women will sleep with a security man for temporary benefit 

8. Akwa ibom women will have mostly men as friends but some feel women who look like they walked out of a B-rate porn move and where body slammed by a hydraulic hammer.

9. Akwa ibom women are mostly pathological liars , believe none of what she says only what you see..akwa ibom woman most have a bit friend at work (usually sales girl, or hotel job, these are their go to career paths ), akwa ibom woman will have another boy friend in there brothers neighborhood, her aunt's neighbor, her church, her second church , her street, the chemist where she buys postinol or STD drugs regularly, akwa ibom woman must have also a boy friend at all her former places of employment and her village and in any state she has spent more than 2 weeks in.

10. Akwa ibom women don't ever feel remorse , I mean real morse when they are caught in weird situations, they get angry , hostile and try to spin it all on you [Image: grin.png]

11. They have no shame to and change houses in different neighborhoods quickly because they have been slut shamed in so many places that they keep moving to a new neighborhood with a new fake persona. Look around your neighborhood, you will see they fine Akwa ibom girl who just doesn't seem like she should be there.. yep that's one 

12. They always hope to use their body to live like Tonto dike , but what they lack cerebrally just doesn't add up 

13. Akwa ibom girls are like mice they are moved by what they see, (except she is ugly) they can readily throw away an engagement if they find a guy who shows some wealth and minimal care ....boom they run and open their legs 

14 Akwa ibom girls have low self esteem generally hence they are very easy girls , they are every body's flavour of the week ! They are public property, they belong to all their ex's, friends , bosses, colleagues , male neighbors, rich agbero guy , yahoo boys in her neighborhood etc just don't get attached 

15. An Akwa ibom lady can be engaged to three guys at the same time and none would be the wiser.

16. Akwa ibom girls generally have STDs and viginal infection. They would rather buy make up , and lightening creams than take proper care of their health .

17. Akwa ibom girls are generally dumb and make friends easily with Imo , Bayelsa , Rivers and Warri girls due to these girls tending to be loose with morals too.

18 Akwa ibom exposed successful men do not marry their women only the poor ones do..with food reason too. 

19. Akwa ibom women are good if you are into fraud, crime , any negative means of income, she will ride or die and keep your secret because in that life she gets easy money , trips and shallow life style she craves for..but mind you she will end up in bed with more than few of the aquaintances she meets through you .

20. Go to any church you will find majority of over aged unmarried women are from Akwa ibom.. don't just believe me do your findings

21. 98% of them have nothing to offer a man besides sex , trivial gossip, lies, more lies, and quarrels 

22. Akwa ibom girls are only good if you want to show off you have a fine fair girl but nothing more . If you met one who is calm , deep and unassuming, wait till she finally understands whatever she is around you for, the true persona shows 

23. You can buy her a house , spend as much as you want to on her , give her everything she desires , she will still cheat , sleep around with men and tell you it's my life I can do whatever I want .. they lack true loyalty in a woman. When you are into crime she is slightly loyal only because of the free cash and outings nothing more .

24. Make her your side boo, girl friend, fiancee , best friend, whatever but never ever marry one 

25. They can't help it but an Akwa ibom woman will always cheat, before you shout , you don't believe this because you haven't found out yet ..they can't help themselves, they will cheat for money and for nothing , they will cheat for the sake of it..to an Akwa ibom woman , one man's attention is never enough..she wants it from various men it's just how they are wired.

26. In every state in Nigeria you find cheats loose ladies etc. But it's a tradition with Akwa ibom women be warned brothers 

27. Like all loose girls , akwa ibom women are homely , will come to your house and clean it on the first day , will cook for you , infact they are natural pay as you go maids but don't be deceived they do this in every guys house they visit.

I know this post will draw alot of abuse and flack but these are veritable facts 

Interview 10 random men in your neighborhood or workplace who have dated Akwa ibom girls , start from there and you will start to see a pattern. 

I am not saying all akwa ibom women are like this but 99% are and there is the odd freak of nature 1% whom just are different, maybe they where raised in Lagos or something odd 

You can't polish a turd, akwa ibom women are just who they are... Don't hate them, plough your way through as many as possible but if you are looking for a wife look else where 

I hope I saved someone today with this 

PS. Rivers State , Imo state , Bayelsa , and Abia ladies have their reputation but nothing comes close to the traditional accepted norm the cheating and unfaithful life style of akwa ibom women

Cc: farano, Rocktation

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  Web Hosting Companies In Nigeria (contact Details)
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-30-2019, 11:27 AM - No Replies

Nigerian Companies Offering Web Hosting

There are so many website hosting companies that can be paid in Naira either through a Nigerian bank or an ePayment system. Some of them can be pretty affordable and reliable, but it's not easy to tell which is which.  So I thought we could use this thread to list the various web hosting companies in the country and how they can be contacted.

The information shared in this thread should empower potential customers with the knowledge to make the right choice of web host.

If you want your web hosting company's contact details on this thread, please kindly send a mail to Slyrox2[at]gmail[.]com in this format


Company Name: TruDigits
About Us (maximum of 3lines):At TruDigits, we take your online success very seriously. We work tirelessly to achieve the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
Company's Websitehttps://www.trudigits.com/
Phone No (Optional): 0803xxxxxxx

NB: These Details are For Record Purposes ONLY and DOES Not Endorse Nor Accredit any Web hosting company.

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  Kenyan Scientist, Prof Edagwa, Finds HIV And Hbv Cure
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-30-2019, 11:25 AM - No Replies

Interview with Kenyan scientist who developed Hiv-Aids cure


What are you doing about HIV/AIDs?

My experiences with patients living with HIV/AIDS made me re-examine my career goals and sparked my strong interest in HIV therapeutics. My research topic was on Long-Acting Slow Effective Release Antiretroviral Therapy (Laser Art).

The aim of my research is to create sequential long-acting slow-effective release antiviral therapy to facilitate HIV and hepatitis B prevention and treatment strategies. This work has now led to the first cure of HIV in an animal model of human infection and could provide lifesaving cures for millions of human patients around the world.

We are also developing imaging technologies that would allow us to visualise disease spread and distribution of medicines into different parts of the body without the need for performing surgical procedures. Such technologies will enable the development of better treatments.

What were the challenges you encountered during the research?

My ideas were rejected since I was proposing to do the opposite of what many had been doing in the field for decades. I persisted and reduced them into experiments. To make the long story short, the ideas are now a foundation of our research program and are a part of the first cure of HIV infection in an animal model of the disease. I also hold 13 US patent applications on the same ideas.

Compared to ARVs, how effective is Laser Art?

While regular ARVs have been successful in controlling HIV replication, the virus is able to hide in tissues and cells where most of these medicines have limited access. Laser Art is designed to deliver effective amounts of medicines into inaccessible parts of the body. It also simplifies medicine administrations and as such reduces viral transmission, prevent new infections, and limit the emergence of viral drug resistance and systemic toxicities/side effects.

For instance, regular ARVs require patients to take 365 doses a year. Laser Art will enable two doses or a single dose a year.

Perhaps of most significance is our collaborative work is demonstrating the first complete elimination of HIV-1 in a humanised mouse model of the disease using a combination of Laser Art and gene editing technologies.

What can the Kenyan universities learn from western universities?

We need continuous investment in research and development as theoretical knowledge-based learning alone will not solve our problems. We have some of the best minds at our local universities, who need support from the government to promote innovation and economic growth.



What sparked your interest in medicinal chemistry?

After completing my high school studies at Mbale High School, I enrolled in an undergraduate degree in chemistry at Moi University, Chepkoilel Campus (currently University of Eldoret) in 2005 and later a Masters in chemistry from the same university.

As I was finalising my Masters coursework, one of my lecturers, who is also now my mentor, Prof Samuel Lutta encouraged me to apply for a PhD programme abroad that is how I ended up at Louisiana State University (LSU) in the United States.

My interest in medicinal chemistry had begun when I was an undergraduate student, but unfortunately, there was limited scientific research at our local institutions. Joining LSU was one of the biggest turning points in my training. Not only did LSU fund my PhD studies, but I was also afforded an opportunity to train in a collaborative multi-cultural environment with state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.

What does medicinal chemistry entail and how important is it?

Medicinal chemistry encompasses development of new medicines that improve and eventually save lives. It is a field that merges many scientific disciplines such as biological and pharmaceutical sciences.

What was your experience studying in the US?

There are major differences between the programs in the US and the Kenyan ones. I found that the ones abroad offer high-quality graduate-level training to students that prepares them for life beyond college. There is also a lot of investment in research.

Some of the courses, like the one you studied are being scrapped because of their lack of competitiveness in the market. How do you feel about this?

Change is good, but we need to ask ourselves what have we done or are doing to promote and/or strengthen teaching, research and development in our local universities. There are many challenges that could be transformed into opportunities to provide local solutions and create jobs. Scrapping off the courses alone will not solve our problems.

The good news is that we have competent and qualified faculty members at our local institutions, who require proper tools to improve the quality of education offered at our universities.

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  How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-30-2019, 11:22 AM - No Replies

I have seen so many Nairalanders complaining and lamenting their ordeal in the hands of fake scam companies who invite people for interview only to introduce them to fake drug marketing business.
I'm doing this not only because these companies waste people's time, energy and T-fair going to such interviews, but also because most of these scammers extort money from hapless job seekers thereby making their suffering times two.
Imagine a scammer extorting #10,500 from a graduate who have been unemployed for years, not to talk of the transport fare wasted going to such fruitless interviews or job chat as they usually call it.
Some people even borrow money to pay these sheep in wolves clothing, who promise them heaven on earth. Some will tell you that you will make half a million within 1 month and all that. If you're not careful, you will take a loan that you will not be able to repay thus causing embarrassment and lack of rest of mind. An unemployed person should have only himself to worry about, not having debts also.

So I believe that if we are properly guided, we will not fall into the hands of these scammers. 
Having said that, there are ways by which one can identify a fake or scam interview invitation and there fore avoid such waste of time and money. The good thing is that most of their messages come in the same format, so you will know its fake!

1. The message does not bear a company name: most of these scammers won't include their names on the message you will receive. All you will see are the address, the time and date and a phone number. A genuine company will not hide its identity from a potential employee.

2. The message will say "interview/job briefing": whatever job briefing means I don't know!
3. You will see a code or reference: something like "HR=0056" or "REF=002". This is an indication of the code number of the person who invited you to the "job briefing".
4. It will contain a phone number: this is the number of your referer. Most genuine companies don't give phone numbers.
5. You will see HR Admin in the message instead of company name
6. If you call their number, they will be reluctant to give info on the company.


And pls, ignore those people sharing job flyers on the streets, and those ones they paste on walls. Those are scammers and some ritualists too. And also most of these so called agencies are avenues for duping unsuspecting job seekers. Pls shine your eyes well well.
I will post the names of some of these fake companies/ agencies later.

Pls if you have any experiences inthe hands of these scammers kindly share it here so that others can learn and avoid them too. Thank you

Cheers!

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  National Youth Service Corps To Receive Minimum Wage
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-30-2019, 11:17 AM - No Replies

The National Youth Service Corps has said corps members will enjoy the N30,000 new minimum wage once the Federal Government commences payment.

The NYSC Director-General, Brig Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim, stated this in Abuja during an interview with reporters on Tuesday after a meeting between the body and the representatives of state governments.

The Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr Sunday Dare, and the Chairman of NYSC Governing Board, Fatimah Bala, attended the meeting.

The DG said, “We are going to commence payment as directed by the Federal Government. I spoke to corps members when I visited Jigawa State about four days ago. I told them that they had also benefitted from the minimum wage. They were so excited and were praying for the Federal Government, saying it will engender them to perform more duties for the country.



“Once the government commences with the civil servants, the corps members will enjoy the same. Our minister has directed that the further details will be communicated to us by the minister of finance.”

Daren said some states and local government areas had over the years failed to discharge their statutory responsibilities to the NYSC, adding that such trend must be reversed.

He said, “For the potential of corps members to be fully harnessed for national development, an atmosphere conducive to working must be created for them. However, there is the inability of critical stakeholders, especially states and local governments to fully discharge their statutory responsibilities to the scheme.

https://dailynaijamode.com/national-youth-service-corps-to-receive-minimum-wage/

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  Ronaldo Covers Ballon D'or Magazine, Reveals Retirement Plans
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-29-2019, 06:31 PM - No Replies

The Juventus and Portugal star graced the front cover of France Football, the magazine that awards the annual Ballon d'Or.


Cristiano Ronaldo was the star on the front cover of this week's France Football magazine. The organisation that awards football's most esteemed prize for an individual player sat down with the Juventus star to find out more about him.

Ronaldo on staying at the top
"You have to be intelligent to stay at the top," the Portuguese player declared. He went on to say explain other keys to his longevity and success and how he aims to feel as young as he can. At 34, he is still defying many.

Cristiano has tended to shy away from questions about the end of his playing career, but confirmed to the French outlet that he will switch off for at least a while when the time eventually comes to hang up his boots.

"When I finish my career, I will disconnect from everything," the Real Madrid legend concluded.

Following the news that Cristiano was speaking to France Football, there were some reports coming out of Italy that the expectation is he could be getting ever-closer to winning a record sixth golden award.

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  Arsenal's Cursed Captaincy
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-29-2019, 06:29 PM - No Replies

From William Gallas to Granit Xhaka, the curse of the Arsenal captaincy continues.... Granit Xhaka has thrown his future as Arsenal captain into doubt with his outburst at the Emirates Stadium during the 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace.
The 27-year-old reacted angrily to his second-half substitution, cupping his ear towards the jeering home crowd as he walked slowly from the pitch before removing his shirt and storming straight down the tunnel. Arsenal captaincy has been dogged by difficulties for more than a decade. 

Below are some of the old Club's Captain;

William Gallas
The problems began when Arsene Wenger handed the armband to William Gallas following Thierry Henry's departure in August 2007. It was not a popular decision among supporters and it went down poorly in the dressing room too. Arsenal started the season strongly, but it all unravelled during a fateful 2-2 draw with Birmingham City in February, when Gallas reacted furiously to Gael Clichy's late concession of a penalty and staged a sit-down protest in the centre circle at St Andrew's after the final whistle. His behaviour was heavily criticised, with Lehmann likening the defender to a "sulky child" and revealing he clashed with Gilberto Silva in the dressing room afterwards. Gallas kept hold of the captaincy initially, but was stripped of the armband after criticising team-mates in November 2008.

Robin van Persie
Robin van Persie's captaincy was a similar story - although it left a far more bitter aftertaste. The Dutchman, who finally seemed to have put his injury issues behind him in the previous campaign, produced the best season of his career as Arsenal's captain in 2011/12, scoring 30 Premier League goals and scooping the domestic player of the year awards. But it soon became apparent that he was unwilling to sign a new contract, leaving Arsenal with little choice but to cash in before losing him for nothing a year later. His decision to join Manchester United, and the publication of an ill-judged statement, was met with predictable fury by supporters.

Thomas Vermaelen
The decision to name Thomas Vermaelen as captain seemed logical at the time, but the Belgian's form suffered after he took the armband in the 2012/13 season, eventually costing him his place in the side as Wenger favoured a centre-back pairing of Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny.
Vermaelen remained club captain in the following season, but he struggled to recapture his best form and his efforts to win back his place in the team were not helped by injury issues. He departed for Barcelona in 2014 having only made 21 appearances in his final campaign in north London.

Mikel Arteta
Mikel Arteta helped Arsenal through a difficult period following his arrival from Everton in 2011, but his captaincy, confirmed after Vermaelen's departure in August of 2014, was blighted by injury. The Spaniard only made 11 starts in the 2014/15 season due to a calf injury, and while he did sign a one-year contract extension ahead of the following campaign, his fitness problems persisted, limiting him to only two starts in all competitions all season. He made his final appearance as a substitute on the final day of the campaign before turning down an offer to join the Arsenal coaching staff in order to work with Pep Guardiola's at Manchester City.

Per Mertesacker
Arsenal fans were left scratching their heads when Wenger opted to hand the armband to Per Mertesacker in the summer of 2016, despite the centre-back being sidelined by a serious knee injury. The German was a fan favourite who had been a loyal servant to the club, but his injury problems meant that, in two years as Arsenal's captain, he only made 14 appearances. That total included a man-of-the-match showing in the 2017 FA Cup final win over Chelsea, but Mertesacker retired a year later and now heads up the club's academy.

Laurent Koscielny
Before Granit Xhaka, there was Laurent Koscielny. Like Mertesacker, the centre-back was injured when he was appointed as captain in August of last year, but he did at least return to fitness in the second half of the campaign, helping Unai Emery's side reach the Europa League final and putting his body on the line to help the team. The Frenchman was viewed as a model professional after almost a decade of distinguished service, but he reacted angrily when a transfer request was rejected in July, refusing to join the club's pre-season tour and eventually forcing through a move to Bordeaux. His exit paved the way for Xhaka to take over, but the midfielder's Emirates outburst has left many fans wondering whether he should follow in his predecessor's footsteps.

The curse of the Arsenal captaincy continues.....

Visit http://sportsmetro.net/ for more latest Arsenal news, sports news and livescores

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  Free Website Building!
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-29-2019, 06:26 PM - No Replies

Hi guys so I have been taking a few HTML/CSS lessons, and I would like some real life practice. Anyone got a website they would like built? Hit me with the project asap. Please no JavaScript or backend for now, front end only

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  Sweet Laptop Deals For Sale At Wholesale Prices
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-29-2019, 06:19 PM - No Replies

US used laptops available at wholesale prices. All laptops advertised are in perfect working condition except stated otherwise.

Prices are firm
Location: Onitsha, Anambra 
CAN DELIVER ANYWHERE IN NIGERIA

Note: Waybill attract an average cost of 3k
Contact me with the number on my signature if you are interested in any of the laptops.

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  Intel Corei5
Posted by: Ladyzeus - 10-29-2019, 02:37 PM - No Replies

Grade1 USA used Intel corei5

Brand name : HP

Model : Probook 640

HDD : 320gb 

Ram : 4gb

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Processor Speed; 2.4ghz

Screen size : 14inch 

Memory card slots : MMC. MS. MS pro. SD 4 USB Port HDMI 

Webcam yes

Wireless network WiFi : yes

Battery backup : 4hrs

Microsoft package : windows 10 installed

Body look : as clean as new

Condition : working perfectly, great battery

Price is 73k

Free original charger 

Warranty on all our laptops

Free delivery within Lagos only and it's pay on delivery

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