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Nigerian Man excited as his wife helped to pay the house rent

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A Nigerian man was given a big surprise by his wife after their landlord came to their house to collect the rent.
According to the man identified as Goodluck, his landlord came to their house angrily to collect his rent which expired a month ago as he (the landlord) shouted to the hearing of his neighbors thereby humiliating him in the process.
His lovely wife who felt embarrassed decided to cover her husband’s shame and save his face by coming to his aid when he needed it most.
She gave him the sum of N147, 400 which she had been saving in a box – to pay the house rent.
The excited man took to Facebook to share the good news as he advised men to try and marry a good wife.
“My wife surprised me today. My landlord came to my flat today and embarrassed me by shouting to the hearing of the whole neighbours that my rent expired last month and he needed repayment as for me hush my pocket is not telling me good story.
But surprisingly I mean to my greatest surprise my sweet wife felt humiliated and dragged me inside her room and brought something out which she asked me to break Open I obeyed and used a hammer to brake it open my people do you know what I saw it was money and I counted it diligently to be #147,400. 00.
men I know fit shout I called the landlord immediately to send me his account no and tomorrow asap on my way to the bank. Advice please marry a good wife like mine you be happy always and please if you see my angel thank her for me she saved my face…”

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How I Lost My Eye After My Drunk Brother Shot Me – Lady Shares Heartbreaking Story (Photo)

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A lady has revealed how she forgave her brother who shot her five times when he was under the influence of alcohol as she reportedly lost an eye thereafter.

The lady who claimed that she lost an eye after her brother shot her five times, revealed that she was admitted in the hospital for a while and was in comatose state for two weeks.
She revealed further that she woke up in the hospital feeling depressed, adding that losing her eye took a toll on her self image but she still decided to forgive her brother even after what he did.
She explained that her brother is her family and she still loves him regardless. She further expressed that she found the strength to forgive him and believe he is now a changed person.
The lady noted that her brother was charged to court and he was facing 45-years in prison but she stood up for him and he ended up being sentenced to ten years.
Read her story in full below;
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“In 2016, my brother shot me 5 times and I lost an eye as a result. He was under the influence of alcohol when it happened and it was a bad period in his life. I was in the hospital for a while (in a comatose state for 2 weeks).
I woke up feeling very depressed but I knew I had to move on from the incident. Losing my eye took a toll on my self image but not anymore, I’m now a more social and more confident.
I believe we were born with 3 eyes…our 2 eyes and a soul…so yeah, I still have 2 eyes left. Also, I used to have a lot of seizures but I rarely have them anymore.
He’s my brother, he’s family and I still love him regardless and that will never change. When he was charged to court, I stood up for him. He was facing 45 years in prison but ended up getting only 10 years. I still check up on him and look after him.
I have found the strength to forgive him and I believe he’s now a changed person. – @purveyorporshe #MiraclesandMesses.”

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Meet Grace Oyelude, The First Ever ‘Miss Nigeria’ Who Is Still The Most Beautiful Woman At 86 Years (Photos)

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Born in November 16, 1931, Grandmother Grace Atinuke is widely known to be the first ever Miss Nigeria, having won the pageant — also the maiden edition — in 1957.
Though she hails from Kogi State, Grandma Oyelude was born in Kano to James Adeleye Olude and Marthan Dantu, who both hail from Isanlu, present day Kogi State.


The story of how she became the first Miss Nigeria is as riveting as her enigmatic personality, even in her advanced old age.
Miss Nigeria started in 1957 as a photo contest, whereby contestants posted photographs of themselves to The Daily Times headquarters in Lagos. Finalists were shortlisted, and successful finalists were invited to compete in the live final at the Lagos Island Club.
Then, the Miss Nigeria contest did not include a swimsuit competition.
Mrs Grace when she won the beauty pageant in 1957
Then, Oyelude was working at UAC when she represented the then Northern region. After winning the contest, she travelled to England where she studied Nursing. Within months of gaining admission to the School of Nursing in Ashford, she was crowned Miss Nigeria.
She tells her story: “I was living in Kano then. My brother saw the advertisement in the newspapers and advised me to go to Lagos for an interview to be selected as a Miss Nigeria contestant.
“He applied, and the result was that I was supposed to be in Lagos for the Miss Nigeria contest.
“I was working in the UAC then, and they also were also involved in the pageant.

“The following day, they got me on a plane to Lagos and that was it.”

Oyelude currently holds the chieftaincy titles Iyaolu of Isaluland and Iyalode of Okunland. She has many grandchildren.
More recently, precisely on July 16, 2018, her ebullient nephew and a Professor of English Language at Carleton University in the United States, Pius Adesanmi, posted a photograph of the gracefully ageing Grandma Oyelude.

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Mandela at 100: ‘I never lose, I either win or learn’…10 notable quotes by Madiba

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Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace. I believe I have made that effort and that is, therefore, why I will sleep for the eternity- Mandela
On this day, in 1918, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, the man who would change the story of the black race, was born.
Mandela, anti-apartheid activist and South African legend, would have been a centenarian, but he bade farewell to life five years ago, leaving the world to celebrate his 100th birthday posthumously.
Mandela came, saw, and conquered until his death on December 5, 2013, aged 95.
South Africa, the black race, and indeed, the world at large, have this man to thank for, for his enduring battle against black stigmatisation.
Madiba, as he was fondly called by his clan name, was not just an activist, he was a leader, a fighter an orator who birthed many expressions that would remain indelible in the memory of many for as long as time.
Below are 10 memorable quotes by Mandela

It always seems impossible until it’s done.

As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison.

I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion.

People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.Sometimes, it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom.

A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination.

For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.

Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.

And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.

I never lose. I either win or learn.

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.

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