Tuesday, 17 October 2017
Monday, 16 October 2017
maybe she has repented of her "slap, slap," and is now a diligent worker as the First Lady of Anambra State
if she understands the use of bikes, okada for transport in Awka, it will endear her to the masses
and if she is going to win, she will win
I wish her all the best
Ifeoma-adiagwuagwu November 24, 2010 at 11:41 am
I think it is best to tell people how you made it in life
whether you had or have sponsors and investors for your businesses and productions
whether your products and services are on sale on Nigeria's stock and exchange, for them to become share holders
if you can; build classes for them, to take away knowledge on how to become successful persons like their successful mentor
try and invite them to places and homes you visit, to have a taste of what success looks like and feels like
people say; they understand English, ambiguous English, but many are still struggling, not getting there
so; they need practical steps in addition to written and spoken English
"Nigerian actor Emeka Enyiocha, speaking to Punch, has explained why men are quick to step away from talks about marriage.
The Nigerian actor explained that a man who is without a job will feel intimidated by a woman who has one. He said:
- Women intimidate men a lot.
- When a girl with a proper job has everything you can think of and the young man is still looking for a job, what do you want him to do?
- Even though he is a graduate, he still lives with his parents or a friend in a one-room apartment.
- Once you don’t have money, you won’t have confidence. That is the honest truth. You should not be deceived by the notion that women don’t like money.
Emeka Enyiocha, who is thought to be a ladies man, a role he often played in movies, said he’s quite different when he’s not acting.
He said the image is a false one, and he was quite naïve when it came to women issues. He said:
- I used to be naïve when it came to the issue of women. Maybe because of my sense of fashion and appearance, people thought I was a womanizer.
- Most of the things my colleagues did then, I could not imagine myself doing them.
- However, with time, I began to understand women and their needs, and I didn’t have problems with them.
- I didn’t promise anyone marriage and later disappoint her. Even at the time I got married, I was not ready. You know you must be ready financially to get married to a woman from the eastern part of the country."