Five Times Nigerian First Ladies Really Disgraced Naija.

In recent years, the office of the first lady has not been without some comedy, drama and jaw breaking events / revelation; in this article we look at five (5) times events took a ugly turn. On such occasion however, Nigerians didn't 'carry last' as we were quick to jump on situation and make a good laugh out of them. Afterall; we cannot come and go and kill myself.

Sit-back, relax and enjoy our list starting from the least to the most embarrassing.

No 5:- Aisha Buhari (People are dictating to my husband)


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I remember as a young guy growing up on the street of Lagos, if there was one community selling in traffic, it was ‘cold water’ – e ra omi tutu o (buy cold water oh) – was perhaps the only advert I heard, which would soon be swept off the street by the ‘almighty’ pure water.

Then came Gala beef roll, although that name has become a generally accepted name for beef roll rather than ‘gala’ beef itself. While Gala started with selling at bus-stops and road parks, it soon found itself in traffic and that was when the evolution kicked off, one we can say started with Gala and Pure water.

These brings me to my Top 4 Selling Goods in Traffic on Ikorodu Road.


M.C with the M.I.C; Sulaimon
Sulaimon Hollathemegee shares with Mates & the world; in this inspiring and challenging write-up; and we;'re sure reading this is worth the while.

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The hope and lesson for the best life lies solely in our strength and drive to write the wrong in our past, life is a continuous task which demands a continuous exercise and process. Building a strong a virile society is a task which does not only lies in the  hands of few elected leaders but also an act of every citizen and indeed every masses. Our


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No marriage is immune from storms. At one point or the other, it may not be an easy ride as one would wish.

When Bola’s brother lost his job, she worried about how it would affect his marriage. Would he and his wife cave under the added pressure and turn on one another? Or would they survive the storm with their marriage—and family—intact?

All too often, marriages are collateral damage in other storms of life—a job loss, the loss of a loved one, parenting a problem child, etc. When couples are exposed to the heavy winds of difficult circumstances, all the cracks in the foundation of their relationship are exposed.For many, a crisis is a fast track to divorce.


BeeZeal is a 'soul' that renders humanitarian service in motivational speaking, a life coach in relationship and marriage fixing.
With lots of research and brain searching, she will be posting some motivational material that will sometimes unravel a hard situation and challenges (All by God's Grace).

She shared three (3) of her many motivational write-ups with MagicMates, please relax and have a BeeZeal inspired day.
Rafiat of BeeZeal Passion World

1.You Don’t Marry One Person;
you marry three: the person you think they are, the person they are, and the person they are going to become as a result of being married to you.
God did not intend marriage to be a cross, a burden, a trap or a prison yard as some have confessed. Marital problems have made many people conclude that marriage cannot work. It is as if God instituted something that is impossible. If you want something to last forever, you treat it differently. You shield it and protect it. You never abuse it. You don’t expose it to the elements. You don’t make it common or ordinary. If it ever becomes tarnished, you lovingly polish it until it gleams like new. It becomes special because you have made it so, and it grows more beautiful and precious as time goes by.


Please,if anyone stops you and ask if you're interested in some perfume and gives you a paper to smell, please don't!

It's a new scam, the paper is laced with drugs, you'll pass out so they can rob you or do worse things to you. Please forward to all friends and a soul.

Relationship Stories; S2

The True Meaning of LOVE –
A Touching Story.....

My husband is an Engineer by profession, I love him for his steady nature, and I love the warm feeling when I lean against his broad shoulders. Three years of courtship and now, two years into marriage, I would have to admit, that I am getting tired of it. The reasons of me loving him before, has now transformed into the cause of all my restlessness. . I am a sentimental woman and extremely sensitive when it comes to a relationship and my feelings, I yearn for the romantic moments, like a little girl yearning for candy.

Relationship Stories; S1

“Biyi hasn’t worked for that long?” Dayo’s voice drips with resentment. “For real?” “He’s been trying,” I say in feeble attempt to defend my husband. “You know how the economy is.”
…My husband and I had vowed never to bring in a third party into our relationship but with a bank account
screaming for revival, I need to share my burden with someone else. I grip the phone. Dayo is unusually quiet. “You still there?” I ask. “Hello?” “I am here,” she says. “I just didn’t know things were this bad. And all this while, I thought Biyi was providing for the home.” But he is, I argue silently. Well, maybe not financially for now, but in every way else, Biyi is a rock. “It’s not that bad.” My words sound frail. Dayo clucks her tongue.
“You might as well be a widow.” The words hit me like a fist. “Na you I blame,” she continues, oblivious to the damage her words have caused.
“Me? Why?” She is blaming me for this? Seriously?
“Why do you keep paying the bills?”
“Because there is no one else to do it,” I protest, upset.


I once saw a mad man in the bin,
Looking satisfied, worrying not for what to eat.
He treated himself to delicacies,
Leftovers and junk that littered the bin.

He worried not about clothes,
Shoes or chains of gold.
Not bothered about setting goals
Or storing up cash in treasure troves.

He pays no rent,
The sky is the roof over his head
The cold wind his blanket
Under the bridge, his apartment.

His feet take him where cars can,


Dem don ban okada,
Now bus conductors go dey smile
Dem go carry passengers dey shine,
Even gala sellers don hammer

As dem don ban okada
Make sure say your phone get earphone,
And your shoe no be high heel,
E better make you sabi apian way

Carry small umbrella,
Carry small rag,
No forget to buy brown hanky,
And those palasa yaba glasses.

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