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“No gree for anybody,” pretty-iron lady exchanges heavy punches with a bike man at park. (WATCH VIDEO)

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Nigerian amazon lady has single-handedly combated a bike man after she was highlighted from bike at the park.

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In the viral video, the young, beautiful lady was captured exchanging heavy blows with a bike rider at the park.

Following unascertained issues that arose between both of them.

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Class of Secrets Season 2 A Nigerian Teenage Crime Series Set to Premiere on YouTube

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BN MEDIA FILMS is not playing this year. The film production company has introduced a new sizzling season of its high school crime drama show which is set to premiere on 24th February 2024.

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Class of Secrets Season 2 has been the talk of town and also making headlines on social media. With 10 new episodes streaming every Saturday from 24th February 2024 onwards, the new season promises exciting drama especially with the introduction of new casts such as Janefrancess Chloe from Best Friends In The World, Dhovee From Boy Meets Girl and Jessica Ndigwe from Mostly Straight.

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Fans can’t wait for the series to start as many are already excited about the new series.

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Shall we not Burn? -UdySylva

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Shall we not Burn?
Shall we not Burn? –UdySylva
“I miss you so much today but don’t reply. It’s my Mom’s number.”
Was that love, Ekpeowo? I would argue so.
That message you had sent because I was too ill to make it to school on that Thursday.
I never asked how you had managed to make it through school that day,
Seeing as just the previous day, I was the air you breathed.
It’s wonderful, isn’t it, reminiscing this innocence?
When you told me you were returning to Nigeria from the UK,
The first thing that worried me was whether or not I would recognize you at the airport.
Yet as you say, I am too stubborn to cure my curiosity.
I want to see for myself whether or not my heart and yours are connected by that string you always wrote of.
Would your heart tug at mine the moment you appeared through the door,
So I would know that my Ekpeowo is back?
The years have been beautiful since we parted in Cambridge in July 2019.
I refused to look back as I walked through the terminal and onto the plane.
But our paths had been determined, right?
You would go on to join a Monastery and I would join the Convent,
And we would unite only through the love of Christ.
Was this not because we thought the love we shared was too whole and extra,
That we could never manage it?
That no one ever could.
It would burn us whole we had said with painful regrets that evening as we walked through the Bridge of Sighs as the students scurried by
When we had decided it was best to simply let go.
Was it not because of this great love we had decided to freely share with the world from it’s wealth?
So how is it that when you sent me the news of your arrival, you hoped that we could pick up from where we left off,
That we would wander the red earth of Enugu, hands interlocked,
And we would tie the knot at Lutheran Church where my soul is most content?
When did your plans change?
And what was that silly joy I felt as I read,
That excitement that added an extra gait to my step,
That filled my lips with tunes and my steps with dance as I went about my activities.
Shall this love not consume us?
Shall I recognize you as you walk to me,
Shall you recognize me if I don’t hold a placard with your name?
Tell me Ekpeowo,
What is this that I feel?
It is stronger than before.
Shall we not burn in this passion?
-UdySylva
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Love Gazes by UdySylva

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Love Gazes by UdySylva

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Two pairs of eyes lock across the room, igniting the timeless dance of love. An instant recognition. A softening of gazes, the reddening of cheeks. One pair momentarily glances away, a sudden remembrance of modesty. The other pair continues to boldly stare, leaving no doubt of the owner’s audacious intentions.

In the idle moments of tomorrow, they will remember this encounter. It will linger in their thoughts as they go about their work. Fears may arise, threatening to strangle the butterflies of anticipation. Experiences and rumors may harden their hearts, tempting them to proclaim, “Never again!”

But Alfred said, “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” So why not, dear one, free yourself and embrace the exhilarating ride on the wings of love? Let friendships blossom, let joy and laughter abound, along with teasing and occasional anger. Let there be moments of playfulness and prayers shared. Let stories intertwine, creating a tapestry of shared experiences.

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In all of this, remember that love should not hurt, nor should it bring ruin. So, as we play, my dear, let us respect what deserves respect. Let us refrain from touching that which should remain untouched. For it is through this understanding and boundary that we can forge an even stronger bond without wandering fingers.

And when the day draws to a close, my darling, let us go together to Mass and receive ashes. In this act, we celebrate the greatest union of love and mortality. Lock gazes with me once more, stare as if I might vanish the moment you blink. For it is indeed better to have loved and lost than to have never experienced love at all.

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