LIFE

ONE BF, TWO GFs, LIVING AS ONE

“With three parents, we can still have a social life, make time for one another and share the parenting tasks so you don’t end up like the typical sleep-deprived mum! With two partners, there’s so much help and I’ll never have to leave my kids with someone I don’t trust. – Jane Shalakhova

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A QARNI NA 21, SHIN WAI WAYE MALAM BAHAUSHE NE?

Sannan kowa ya san yanzu haka hukumar gudanar da dandalin sada zumunta na Fesbuk mai mambobi fiye miliyan dubu daya da maitan ta amince da amfani da harshen Hausa cikin jerin gwanon fitattun yarukan duniya irinsu Turanci, Larabci. Faransanci, Jamusanci da dai sauransu da ma’abota hawa wannan fage za su iya za6a don gudanar da musayan bayanai a wannan sabuwar kafar sadarwa ta zamani wato intanet. Ko me ya kawo irin wannan karbuwa?

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SUCCESS SECRETS: MULTI-SYSTEMS CONSULTANTS, KANO

One Of The Most Successful Architectural Partnership In Northern Nigeria Written by Tijjani Muhammad Musa Arc. Ibrahim A. Haruna FNIA,…

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INDIMI & ZAHRA UNITED AT LAST

DWi FOTORAZZIA Friday 16th December, 2016 was the day destined to witness the nuptial union of Ahmed Indimi and Zahra Buhari….

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MARRY 2, 3 OR 4… TO LIVE LONGER

After accounting for socioeconomic differences, men aged over 60 from 140 countries that practice polygamy to varying degrees lived on average 12% longer than men from 49 mostly monogamous nations…

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CONTROL IS EVERYTHING

Money is nothing without power. Power is nothing without control.

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WHY BUHARI STOPPED ZAHRA’S WEDDING?

One woman who earlier was celebrative of Zahra’s fortune, when she heard of the LV bags £120,000 price tag expressed shock at the flagrant display of riches, most especially in this time of needs by most Nigerians. There and then she prayed “How I wish Buhari would send them packing with their vanities. Haba! Can’t the Indimis see the condition of the IDPs and yet they claim they are Muslims and from Maiduguri!?”

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ONE MAN; NO WIFE, BUT…

Cultural and traditional demands are often cited as another major stumbling block for many a young woman to get married. Such cultural demands could be huge expenses of bridal gifts Lefe'(Hausa), gold coins as dowry (Kanuri), gifting of alcohol by Muslim grooms to a bride’s family (Igbo), Dobale prostration to bride’s elders (Yoruba), elder sister/brother marrying first, sharo or flogging endurance (Fulani) etc

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