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Etcetera says “Nobody Should Celebrate Buhari”



EtceteraEtcetera‘s focus has shifted from music to social commentary. This time, he has a few choice words for people celebrating President-Elect Buhari. The article was originally published on his site – Etcetera Live.


Why are we dancing? Why do we keep rolling out the drums each time we have a new government, only for us to start crying few months down the line? Is it that we are too quick to forget or we just love to dance? Do you celebrate a child who’s about to write his exams or the one who has written and passed? What is this jubilation for? Because I really don’t understand. Is it that the election of Buhari in itself has suddenly alleviated our sufferings? I am really confused here, hearing how six bikers lost their lives in Zaria celebrating Buhari’s victory.

One would think that a people who have been shortchanged for so long by past presidents will know better to be calm and take every word of the new president with a pinch of salt until he proves to be different. This process is becoming an unending circle, again and again we’ve danced and again and again, we’ve cursed and cried at the end.

It is still shocking to me that a lot of Nigerians fell for the story that the president was born without shoes. Was anyone born with shoes on? Buhari’s triumphant entry into the presidency last Sunday which coincidentally was a palm Sunday doesn’t yet prove he is the redeemer. Just like the second coming of our supposed political messiah Obasanjo didn’t prove any significant improvement in our lives.

We all thought he was the one anointed by the gods to take us by the hands and lead us right straight into the promised land, where we shall have no more gnashing of teeth. But when he left office, the roads were still as bad as they were before he took office. The hospitals were still without facilities and most importantly, he failed to defeat the demon in the power sector even with billions of dollars thrown at it. The demons in the same power sector have claimed Jonathan just like they did Yar’Adua, Abdulsalami Abubakar, Sanni Abacha, Shonekan, IBB and Shagari. Even Buhari himself had already been defeated by this demon before. So what says it is not going to be the same this time around. Remember obasanjo was defeated twice by this same demon.

Why won’t our leaders take us for granted when they’ve noticed that we are always ready to jump to our feet and “judile” with the announcement of every new regime? When Buhari overthrew the democratically elected government of Shehu Shagari in 1983, many of you reading this took to the streets to boogie down. When Babangida sent Buhari packing a couple of months later, a lot more of you got drunk and vomited all over the place. Even Abacha’s sudden death brought smiles on the faces of most bar owners across the country as they ran out of booze. Is something wrong with us as a people? We are forgetting a very important fact that this election proves that we are and will still remain a divided people. We are divided by our ideologies with no realistic integration in sight. The election has also reinforced the thinking that we are divided by regional, tribal and religious interests and not national. These are some of the significant issues that will define our tomorrow.

Finally, some of you who are reading this may be saying, oh Etcetera, can’t you be optimistic for once? My brother, I can’t. Optimism and its younger brother, hope have proven to be very dangerous especially in Nigeria. They have sent millions of Nigerians to their early graves. What is the point of being optimistic in a system that has always left me in tears and heartache? Or is it till I get arrested by Mr. Cardiac? Tufiakwa!


  1. Tkum

    April 4, 2015 at 2:54 pm

    nice writeup!…please loud it to their ears…

    • Oluwaseun

      April 5, 2015 at 1:06 pm

      We’ll definitely celebrate Buhari because he didn’t elect himself. He was elected by popular vote. We know him so well and history has vindicated him. More so, the celebrations are not just about Buhari but the good turn in which our democracy has taken.

  2. Lade

    April 4, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    Oga etcetera Abeg go and sit down…When u are going through hell and suddenly u have a breakthrough,u will be crying Abi…Notice me by force…If Buhari doesn’t do his work,we will vote him out next elections…And who said it we were going to rejoice forever,we won’t be foolish like you and not expect some positives but pleaseeeeee still better than having a clueless one govern us…Pls take a seat and get a good job if music is making you poorer…

  3. southernbelle

    April 4, 2015 at 3:13 pm

    If you dont’ take your time you and your write ups will become irrelevant. In as much as you are entitled to your opinion please keep it to yourself. Nigeria is entering a new wave and we want to STAY POSITIVE without dwelling on the past.
    Abeg catch the bug and don’t be creating doubts with your epistle putting bad energy out there kmt

  4. mandy

    April 4, 2015 at 3:17 pm

    Abeggy! Please. He is celebrated because of his reputation. Even though not flawless, we will keep voting someone new until we see the change in Nigeria than Vote for the same person who did nothing in his administration for 5years. Go and study buhari track records. Your article makes no sense!

    • I'm right

      April 4, 2015 at 4:09 pm

      Would you be kind enough to throw more lights on his reputation? Because the one I have of him is very negative.

    • Mrs Em

      April 4, 2015 at 4:43 pm

      I’d really like to know buhari’s track record… I’ve searched and researched I seem to be to coming to a dead end there.

    • lol

      April 4, 2015 at 7:47 pm

      Keep searching!

  5. mandy

    April 4, 2015 at 3:19 pm

    Meanwhile I am a saved (Christian) not a Muslim and this has nothing to do with religion!

    • I'm right

      April 4, 2015 at 4:12 pm

      Stay blind then. Did gej win in any Muslim populated northern states?

    • lol

      April 5, 2015 at 11:27 am

      I mean y’all really expect the same northern people that has been leaving in agony for the past 3years, he didn’t do anything to save them. to vote for him. Nah….

  6. Poshy

    April 4, 2015 at 3:20 pm

    I went back to 1983 history when buhria was a leader and nothing to place my hand on and yet people are dancing as if he is the God to save Nigeria from mesery…, let’s watch and see. Welldone for the write up

    • Poshy

      April 4, 2015 at 3:21 pm


    • MIA

      April 4, 2015 at 5:00 pm

      Thank you!!! When I read about his time as president I was wondering why pple were sure he is the one when records show that he is far from the one. Seriously this country is in trouble.

    • Animal Doctor

      April 4, 2015 at 6:11 pm

      Abeg borrow me that time machine when you don finish with am. Yeye people

    • M

      April 4, 2015 at 7:21 pm

      at least, you couldn’t place your hands in corruption……which is the bedrock of Nigerian politics. people just think they can write anything. kmt

    • Ogo

      April 5, 2015 at 8:17 pm

      That’s how bad the tenure of Jonathan was.

  7. iwa

    April 4, 2015 at 3:29 pm

    You spoke my mind. I do not see any reason to jubilate. We just need to sit and watch the change unfold. I commend Nigerians who voted for change but let the jubilation start when the changes start to reflect.

    • molarah

      April 5, 2015 at 2:50 am

      “We just need to sit and watch…” that right there is the reason for our problem as a nation. Too docile, too complacent, too eager to step back rather than get in with the leaders in the process of nation building. Often what we deem as failure of a particular government is really the failure of the followership. Did they hold their leaders accountable? Did they table their expectations to their leaders, obtain commitment and track actualization? If they didn’t do these, what right do they really have to expect progress.

  8. Http://

    April 4, 2015 at 3:40 pm

    I also agree! It’s our right to get good governance and we need to demand it. But first we need to look pass the religious and ethnic divide as he mentioned. House of cards is a series i just started watching and it is so clear asides personal ambition, when the American people aren’t getting what they deserve the polls say so and the government in power uses that to buckle up! We need to institute that behavior here! Learn to say no and demand what is rightly full ours, whether it’s APC or PDP.

    • anonymous

      April 4, 2015 at 5:15 pm

      If Jonathan hadn’t decided to give Nigeria a free and fair election, what would you Hv done. Buhari hasn’t proven beyond reasonable doubt that he has no hands in Boko Haram since the attacks hv stopped. Does this mean their ‘demands’ hv Bn met? Just asking. One thing is clear, the moment Buhari lost in 2011, lots of youths lost their lIves. Buhari has tried many times for that seat including making statements that incited pple to kill. Do you honestly believe you can vote him out? Etcetera made a point, there’s no need to celebrate. Come 2019, we’ll hv the same problems and Oga Jona will be a saint. I’m of the opinion that Nigerians love being lied to, this country needs abt 25 years to become what we hope it would be but if a politician were to tell us that, would we vote for him? God bless Nigeria.

    • lol

      April 4, 2015 at 7:53 pm

      My dear God loves Nigeria so much! as you said God bless Nigeria . if Buhari does not perform well he is out! And yes we can force him out! People focus on solution rather than ranting. Am out….

    • anonymous

      April 5, 2015 at 9:23 pm

      God bless you where ever you are! I laugh when people say if he doesn’t perform they will vote him out, Lol

    • Uuu

      April 4, 2015 at 6:59 pm

      I m tired of people who keep comparing Nigeria to America. Compare yourself to your mates. Nigeria to Malaysia as we got independence about the same time or to China and India who started developing in the eighties, not to a country who fought for independence 300 years ago. Is it possible for a cleaner with little or no education to compare him/herself to the boss who has a PHd ?

    • Iris

      April 4, 2015 at 9:38 pm

      So are we planning to marinate in nonsense for 300 years? We don’t have that luxury my dear because each country is no longer isolated and globalization is what we have now . We have to play catch up. Yes, we have not had the same amount of time as America to mature and stabilize, but best believe we need to try and get there in less time.

  9. Oluwaseun

    April 4, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    Attention seeker

  10. Osa

    April 4, 2015 at 4:08 pm

    Ectetera has a major point. Una no know say that is why we blacks are viewed as fools and dumb heads in advanced nations. all we know how to do is dance and music at the slightest thing.
    So we will keep voting and using ‘trial and error’ approach till we find a good leader is something to dance about?
    yes I agree that Jonathan was not even a choice at all, but dont rejoice YET till Buhari takes this country to the next level at least

    • lol

      April 4, 2015 at 7:50 pm

      Story! Okay give us solution than yanning dust!

  11. larz

    April 4, 2015 at 4:26 pm

    Thank you etcetera.

    The rate at which Buhari is being celebrated is a little baffling if you ask him.

    Pls ppl, let him earn our praises and jubilation! We allow ourselves to be abused when we protray ourselves as gullible!

    Politics is not charity. Have we paused to think about how Buhari funded his 4 times election. Do we know how many promises he has made and how he plans to make them?

  12. chichi

    April 4, 2015 at 4:40 pm


  13. Anonymous

    April 4, 2015 at 5:22 pm

    Etcetera‘s focus has shifted from music to social commentary.

  14. pearl

    April 4, 2015 at 5:44 pm

    Some people are often sentimental instead of rational. Every rational being would see sense in what he said and make d necessary adjustment to make sure our leaders are accountable. President Good luck was even more celebrated in 2011 than Gen Buhari. But what happened at d end of d day? We all are witnesses. He isn’t saying we should celebrate bt don’t allow d celebration be cloud ur focus on d main aim of governance dats all.

  15. Diddy

    April 4, 2015 at 5:52 pm

    I guess pple r not celebrating buhari but a change of government cos they needed this change like kilode.the pain and agony was getting out of hand,so they have evry right to celebrate a new breath of fresh air

  16. lady m

    April 4, 2015 at 6:00 pm

    Many likes for this post. At least some people can see that the presidential election result is a reflection of how divided we are as a nation in terms of religion and ethnicity. What a lot of people have not yet realized is that buhari had won the presidential race way before march 28. The Nigerian people were only pawns on the political chessboard. May God give us the wisdom to recognize and vote for
    politicians who truly have the interest of the people at heart, irrespective of the popularity of their political parties.

  17. lady m

    April 4, 2015 at 6:13 pm

    Yes I understand those who say this has nothing to do with religion, but what a number of educated people in Nigeria fail to realize is that Nigeria has not yet developed to the point where religion and ethnicitydo not pose as major issues. The political kingpins know this and they take advantage of this fact.

  18. Uuu

    April 4, 2015 at 6:54 pm

    Why are blogs and Nigerians websites given this man a platform? I hope we all remember Rueben Abati from his guardian newspaper days, and what became of him when he saw money. This guy is a failed musician who gives his opinions based on hunger . When he sees money and is still self righteous then I will listen to his rants

  19. umoh Linda

    April 4, 2015 at 7:02 pm

    N for d very first time dis guy has said sumfin very reasonable…welldone

  20. fleur

    April 4, 2015 at 7:32 pm

    And my only recommendation to all Nigerians who are jubilant and sad is to watch and PLAY YOUR PART. Buhari is not a god. He cannot wave a wand and all is well from the Aso Rock Pinnacle. He is only leading a base of 100+ million people. Dont expect him to come in and suddenly become the one man rambo from the movies. I know we are all so desperate for progress in our lives, we need one man rambos but that is mythical. You want change, you play a part in it. During the polls, you played part #1. Part #2 is waiting for you. That part is where you help to shape your country within the small microcosm of Nigeria called your job, sitting room, market stall, neighborhood or school. If you are a student planning to cheat, stop and study. If you are a professor planning to extort money from students, stop and teach the material. If you are a poor manager of human and fiscal resources, go and learn how to improve your services so that you are a more responsible manager. Better still, be honorable and give up the position. If you are a runs babe, stop selling your meat and start channeling all that bedroom technology, charm, sales ability, muscle and energy to more constructive purposes. I can go on forever but you get the gist. Stop expecting godly interventions from your leaders when you are contributing to the decay or not take action (which is also an action in support of poor outcomes) besides typing on social media. Leadership is TOUGH. A leader with a stubborn, ill-prepared and unwilling followership is scheduled to fail. Therein lies some of what et cetera was trying to say. How can you and I fix it????

    • Kunmi

      April 5, 2015 at 3:21 pm

      May God bless you for this comment. The Change we seek starts with every Nigerian.

  21. Momo

    April 4, 2015 at 7:40 pm

    The truth is we are all going to bear the brunt of this incoming government so please help yourself by wishing things work so we can all benefit, u probably live or have family in Nigeria, pls stop speaking doom on Nigeria!!!, u know urselves

  22. Underdog

    April 4, 2015 at 7:53 pm

    What a lame and unintelligent article that seems more like the conversation of a gossiping market woman. Please indulge yourself in a bit of history. “No be there Buhari dey, na craze man be that. Animal in human skin”. Those were Fela’s words when describing Buhari’s viciousness in enforcing discipline. Fela by the way, though a world legend, revolutionary was also a philanderer and drug abuser that seem to offend every value that Buhari stood for. in 1983 , I remember clearly those days. The Naira was so still strong despite what Shagari and his cohorts did (quite similar to the Jonathan’s tenure) with unspeakable corruption, it was the coming to age of the value of corruption that has been engrained inout society till today. Previous military leaders were not saints but that Shagari’s tenure was simply sad. he was harsh with his means but men things were so much more civilized. Market prices of all commodities couldn’t just be raised for flimsy reasons, security was not even an issue. You just had to be disciplined and civilized. The Naira remained strong too. Then came Babangida and the rest is history. People have every right to rejoice with singing and dancing because of HOPE. HOPE brings the possibility of great gains or disappointment but the greatest reason to rejoice is that we have as Buhari was quoted in his Interview on Al Jazeera about how Nigerians will be amazed if they realize their power to choose their leaders on all political fronts. Its the POWER TO CHOOSE/ ELECT my friend. It was not perfect but in the end even the outgoing President made it more memorable. For anyone who truly cares for Nigeria, rejoice indeed even if only for a short while, let wait and see what hope brings.

  23. Underdog

    April 4, 2015 at 8:06 pm

    Ignore all the typos and grammar abeg, as long as you get the gist….

  24. mabel

    April 4, 2015 at 8:09 pm

    Plus those employees in accounts dept who love inflating, re write invoices, forge oga’s signature at the office yet are screaming change up and down. It is time for you to change too. Corrupt people everywhere pretending to be saints. “Na who dem catch be thief”. Nigeria I hail. God de laugh us.


    April 4, 2015 at 8:26 pm

    GMB has won, we have heard. Change
    has come,
    we agree. The Nigerian Lee Kwan Yew
    arrived. We welcome him. However, we
    to see this change PRONTO.
    Constant electricity in four years. WAEC
    pass rate
    should be 90%. In four years. There
    should be
    no more potholes on our roads. In four
    We shouldn’t hear of crime. In four
    years. There
    must be no corruption in ANY sector of
    public/private lives. The Naira should
    grounds against foreign currency(that
    one no
    favour me but I go still talk am). In four
    Fuel price should be N16. In four years.
    All of
    these and many more. In four years.
    To all those who rained abuses on GEJ
    Patience in the name of campaign, all I
    ask is, be
    as critical of the incoming government
    as u were
    of GEJ’s. Don’t ask us if he’s a
    magician oooo, after all, GEJ was no
    magician either. We will not hear the
    excuse that
    Nigeria’s problems did not start with
    Buhari ooo.
    We will not hear that change takes time
    o. Let
    us judge him by the same
    yardsticks…after all, what is good for
    Nosa, is also good for Musa, abi?
    At the same time, we have not
    forgotten all the
    promises o. Stipends to the poorest
    Payment of ‘allawee’ to unemployed
    Feeding Nigerian students daily. When
    he made
    these promises, he knew about the
    reserves. He knew that the crude prices
    falling. He said he would do it, and
    believed him.
    We should watch carefully. How will he
    constitute his cabinet? What will his
    language be towards bigwigs in his
    party that
    have been accused of corruption? How
    does he intend to “pight kwaroption”?
    Four years is a long time. A lot can be
    done in
    four years, For the sake of our dear
    country, I
    sincerely hope that change has come.

    • lol

      April 4, 2015 at 9:42 pm

      He be magician abi! Jokes

    • O~Intuition!

      April 5, 2015 at 1:50 am

      You can literally CCTV all the events that leads to the Successful Outcome of the Outlined Promises #Shoroniyen
      While you are at it, get Your Jegamycin pills too.

      You left out the major factor – FUNDS. The Incumbent have literally looted the treasury..that’s the reason for their wildering to power irresponsibly, preelection.

      We all know how the incumbent has been wasteful in spending:
      Amassing various Aircrafts,
      MASS Entourage to ALL The Countries in the World,
      State Burials Of His In laws ,
      Presidential Weddings for his Children,
      Granting Contracts at overestimated cost
      SURE-P Propaganda
      …and many more

      Basically A type Spending/Expenditure ANALOGOUS to Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s Parable of The Yam and The Goat.

      That Said!, It is a New Dispensation or Dawn…. Whatever you want to describe the New Government.
      Let us hope it is the much-needed change the people desire … which will serve as a platform for ADVANCEMENT, PEACE, PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY!!!

      This is not the time to start overwhelming a NEW government when the old is LEAVING the country in a RELATIVE “MESS”.

      All the PROMISE LIST and the GEJ is a Hero propanganda going around might just be A Ploy to Divert Attention From An Incumbent Government That is Deeply Corrupted and has Cleared the National Treasury…

      Whatever the plan is , CHANGE IS HERE and ‎#‎DoNotDisruptAProcessThatHasEndedPeacefully‬

    • nnenne

      April 6, 2015 at 1:03 pm

      Yes. Everyone should be judged the same way.
      Fair is fair.

  26. ADEleye OLuwatosin

    April 4, 2015 at 8:44 pm

    Etcetera can’t u be optimistic for once!! My brother optimism nd his brother Hope av sent millions of nigerians to dir early grave..#veryhillarious#. Nice piece..nd if we do not get d change frm gen buhari’s administratn we show him d door after four yrz..#gone are d days when 2 terms is evrybdy’s political’s birth right. If u work u earn it,if u dnt datz d door.

  27. Udochi

    April 4, 2015 at 9:18 pm

    This guy is still thirsty? Why hasn’t anyone given him enough water yet? And this time, please add salt! Smh!

  28. LOLO

    April 4, 2015 at 10:38 pm

    Lol u r really a small thinker. Who told u dat u n all ur comment likers can vote Buhari out if he doesn’t perform? Did u know how he won? Maybe u have confidence in the vote u gave him. Stop dreaming girl n wake up to your reality.

    • m

      April 5, 2015 at 7:59 am

      If he no behave and refuse to leave something else will vote him out. No offence

    • A is for apple

      April 5, 2015 at 11:56 am

      That is ehn!The way they are chanting vote him out toor! This man who has been trying for over a decade to become president.Abi una reason say everybody na swegbe like Jona? I can only hope and pray that there will indeed be a change with this new government.

  29. Ovadje

    April 5, 2015 at 12:10 am

    I think most of the dancers and drunkards were celebrating Jonathan’s “retirement”!

  30. francisca oma

    April 5, 2015 at 1:32 am

    Etcetera, u again. U are a great writer no doubt but a word of advice; dnt complain too much becos when you do, pple loose interest in you even when what you are saying is sensible. Dnt waste dis talent. Write a novel. I will buy cos am a great lover of books.

  31. mtenibe

    April 5, 2015 at 5:17 am

    I think bnaija should have a negative button too so that pple who think and comment with their ass in their mouth could be told

  32. Sandra

    April 5, 2015 at 8:43 am

    @LOLO point well said Nigerians actually believe their votes counted. Smh our youth is finished

  33. omoh

    April 5, 2015 at 9:55 am

    I don’t get it o. Buhari has not resume office yet o,so what is this one ranting about? Nigerians nawa.

  34. prince

    April 5, 2015 at 1:46 pm

    This is very true but let’s be optimism. Let’s give this set of people chance to prove to us that they are indeed dependable

  35. fleur

    April 5, 2015 at 2:37 pm

    I don’t want him to be optimistic. He can be pessimistic. Every growing society needs that voice that questions. If we don’t question we are not invested. That is democracy

  36. Lady Cate of Nigeria

    April 5, 2015 at 4:55 pm

    For those who want to know Buhari’s track record , as head of state,
    -He crushed the religious group Maistatine which started like Boko Haram, before it became the monster Boko haram is today.
    -He reduced the rate of inflation from a double digit figure to a single digit figure through fiscal discipline.
    -He was very transparent as every friday, he would give a report to the nation on the amount of oil gotten from the Niger Delta, the number of barrels sold, the no of barrels exchanged for commodities.
    -He was asked to devalue the naira by the IMF as the naira was at par with the dollar but he refused and we were the better for it.
    -The Buhari military regime conducted tribunals to curb corruption, and many scandals were revealed. The civil service was cleansed, the military tried to achieve two aims. First, it attempted to secure public support by reducing the level of corruption; second, it demonstrated its commitment to austerity by trimming the federal budget. As a further attempt to mobilize the country, Buhari launched a War Against Indiscipline in spring 1984. This national campaign, which lasted fifteen months, preached the work ethic, emphasized patriotism, decried corruption, and promoted environmental sanitation and enforced queue’s at bus stops.
    He had zero tolerance to drug trafficking. He had traffickers killed and in some cases, used a decree that was not yet in effect as at d time they committed the crime, all in a bid to drive home the message to Nigerians that drug trafficking will not be tolerated.
    As the minister of petroleum, he built 3 of the 4 existing refineries in Nigeria.
    The truth is, Nigeria needs a disciplinarian, a president with balls to tackle corruption, to fight insecurity, to redeem our battered image in the international community. We know that Buhari is not perfect. He ruled with force as Head of State. He was ruthess…Yes, we know that!

    • nnenne

      April 6, 2015 at 1:08 pm

      Mate, I stopped reading when you mentioned that he reduced the rate inflation. Where did you get that?
      In any case, he’s our president now and we all must work with him for the good of our country.

  37. Fossil

    April 5, 2015 at 7:22 pm

    Ok now ETc what did u want us to do…any suggestion pls. fight , go to war or kill our selfs just thinking out loud. Who ever wins life must go on oo my brother

  38. beast

    April 6, 2015 at 2:36 am

    Facts about Buhari.
    1. He is a dictator. Why? Retrospective death sentences he granted. E.g Bernard Ogedengbe.
    2. He is corrupt. Why? The 2.8 billion naira(about 600 billion naira in today’s value) that went missing during his time as minister of petroleum
    3. He lacks the qualification. Why? Failure to present the required certificate when due.
    4. Lacks ability to follow due process. Why? He overthrew this same democratic government. There is a process for rooting out a dysfunctional democratic leadership. E.g what nigerians just did.
    5. The man is a fucking fundamentalist.Why? This is story for another day. Nigerians pls do not lack foresight.

  39. Diesel

    April 6, 2015 at 8:26 am

    Fine , if u no want celebrate good , leave those people celebrating to do their thing. Life is simple ooo, do your thing & let others do theirs , after all we can’t all be the same. For most of us life must go on celebrating or not Biko.

  40. nnenne

    April 6, 2015 at 12:53 pm

    The clue word I was looking for is “yet”.
    Please add yet at end of the title. It makes a whole world of difference.

  41. temiloluwa

    April 7, 2015 at 12:01 am

    story. we would celebrate. change has finally come and you tell us not to celebrate. For the past sixteen years PDP has been rulin and now we have change u are there saying we should not celebrate.pls go and sleep

  42. metche

    April 7, 2015 at 6:57 am

    Thanks so much Mr. Etcetera for this write-up. He who has ear should hear. Let them be celebrating. Time will tell

  43. samuel

    April 27, 2015 at 2:25 pm


  44. wiseone

    May 2, 2015 at 10:32 pm

    I feel the young man is going through a depression. He has stopped being optimistic and His latest posts have been very critical. He must see a psychologist

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