The Problem With Nigeria: We Are Addicted To Mediocrity

By the late Prof Pius Adesanmi.

Start at councillor?

That is why a man like former presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore could have an undergraduate degree from the University of Lagos, a masters degree from a US Ivy League, Columbia University, teach as a contract lecturer and contract instructor in the same Ivy League University for more than 10 years, while building a global media brand, one of Africa’s first online media brands that CNN and Al Jazeera reference for Nigerian news, run a parallel career as a global social movement leader who is solicited annually by social movement organizations in South Africa, Canada, Europe, Senegal, etc, and be dismissed so casually by the youth as inexperienced and deserving only of starting as a Councillor.

If the youth think that all there is to Sowore is student unionism and Sahara Reporters (and what by the way is wrong with that?), it is of course Sowore’s fault and the fault of those who rolled out his candidacy. It is your responsibility to market your multifaceted self and cosmopolitan skills and experiences to the electorate.

I told a youth yesterday that Omoyele Sowore has been a contract lecturer at Columbia University for the past ten years and his jaw dropped. He had no idea Sowore combined an academic career with running Sahara Reporters.

So, somebody who does not have what it takes to stand before pupils at Okokomaiko Community Development Primary School will run to social media and dismiss a Columbia University lecturer as inexperienced.

What I am getting at is the mental block which has prevented the youth from even examining Sowore’s and other youth candidacies beyond knee-jerk and default setting rejection.

You are not experienced!
You are not ready!
Start as a local government councillor!

They are saying the same of Fela Durotoye and even Kingsley Moghalu who was born in 1963!

That is the rote, the cliche that Obasanjo and Babangida taught them to repeat like the colonial chant, apes obey, when the two generals were in the youth demonizing phase of their careers.

Nobody will help you, Nigerian youth, overcome this mental block. You have to overcome it yourself by thinking of other ways in which it affects you.

Consider this scenario:

If you hear that one of you, children of ordinary peeps, has an appointment somewhere in Nigeria’s technocracy or bureaucracy, you are up in arms screaming he is too young or inexperienced.

Then the elite will do the kind of corrupt hiring they have been doing recently in places like the Central Bank, etc. They will parachute in their 20 something year-old children who have only just graduated from Britain or America. In fact, you saw your Governor or Senator or Minister beaming at the graduation ceremony in London or Washington only yesterday because their aides posted the photos on Facebook and Twitter. You even congratulated your “amiable Governor” or “amiable Senator” and abused those asking if he traveled to his child’s graduation ceremony at public expense.

Then that same boy or girl who graduated yesterday is parachuted in and offered a senior position at CBN or any of the Federal parastatals like they have been doing with breathtaking intensity under Buhari.

You scream about nepotism.

You scream about favoritism.

I have never heard you scream that those appointed children are too young or inexperienced.


You have been conditioned to apply that cliche only to yourselves and fellow children of the poor.

Examine and scrutinize these youth candidacies.

Stop apes obey, default setting dismissal.

*Pius Adesanmi was a Nigerian-Canadian who died alongside 156 other passengers in the ill fated Ethiopian Airlines crash in March 2019. The article was written by him in 2018 before Nigeria’s recently held general elections

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Nigerian Government Declares State Of Emergency On Newborn And Child Dealth

The National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has declared a state of public health emmergency on newborn and child deaths occurring at primary health centres across the country.

Similar declaration is expected on state levels in the next few days to track maternal and child mortality.

Nigeria has one of the worst records in maternal and child mortality in the world. It is recorded that in Nigeria approximately 145 women under the age of 15-45 die annually from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth while 2300 children under five years old die mainly from preventable causes.

Consequently, the agency said it will establish a national coordination centre within the agency to provide oversight on the outlined activities.

The centre, according to the Executive Director of the agency, Dr. Fasal Shuaib shall be called the National Emergency Maternal and Child Health Intervention Centre. (NEMCHIC).

Already, the country has received support worth $1.3l million which is to be matched by the government’s $1.97 million for the next ten years. This fund is to support the country’s immunization programme as part of the effort to reduce maternal and child mortality in Nigeria.

The states also assured of their buy-in to ensure that the initiative achieves its purpose.

New Medical Doctor Stabbed To Death Day After His Graduation

Dr Stephen Urueye was among the 8000 students that graduated from the University of Lagos, Nigeria last Wednesday. Just a day after, he was stabbed to death by armed robbers.

He was attacked just outside the gates of Lagos University Teaching Hospital LUTH, where he worked as a House Officer.

His colleagues disclosed thay Dr Steven had just received his first salary the same day he was stabbed to death.

Steven was also the only child of his wofowrd mother

Two persons were on Friday arrested and charged with his murder.

Lagos State Police Command spokesperson Deputy Superintendent (DSP), Bala Elkana, a who described those arrested as “hoodlums,” said they were arrested at the spot where the Urueye was stabbed.

Bleeding heavily from the knife stab wound to his thigh, Steven managed to get to the Accident and Emergency Centre (A&E) from where he was later transferred to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

There, his fellow House Officers and senior doctors battled all through the night to save him but he sadly died around 3am on Friday.

The late Urueye’s remains have been deposited at the mortuary.


Emotions ran high in LUTH, Idi-Araba on Friday as soon as news of his death broke. Many medical students of LUTH embarked on a protest, calling for justice for the victim.

According to them, Idi-Araba has been overtaken by armed thugs. They called on the government and security agencies to beef up security in the area.

Some of his colleagues and other Nigerians took to Twitter to lament Urueye’s murder and also seek justice for him with the hashtag #JusticeForStephen.

Nigeria Has Implemented Over 140 Reforms To Facilitate Ease Of Doing Business – Osinbajo

Nigeria’s Vice-President has said the Nigerian government has so far implemented 140 reforms which are aimed at making business dealings easier in the country, according to a story published in Sahara Reporters.

Prof Yemi Osinbajo made this known at the 2nd Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC) Awards, where he also revealed that the World Bank reported that 32 states in the country have grown in their ease of doing business environment in 2018.

He stated: “In the past three years, Nigeria has implemented more than 140 reforms to make doing business in Nigeria easier.

“Some of the successful reforms include the ability to: Reserve a business name within four hours; complete the registration of a company within 24 hours online; apply for and receive approval of a visa-on-arrival electronically within 48 hours; file and pay taxes online; and access specialised small claims commercial courts in Lagos and Kano states.


“The World Bank also reported in 2018 that 32 states of Nigeria improved their Ease of Doing Business Environment led by Kaduna, Enugu, Abia, Lagos and Anambra states.

“In 2019, PEBEC set a goal to move Nigeria into the top 100 on the 2020 World Bank Doing Business Index (DBI). To achieve this, we will be pursuing the continued implementation of reforms across all indicators, including the implementation of legislative reforms, specifically the passage of the new Companies and Allied Matters Act and the Omnibus Bills; the expansion of the regulatory reform programme which started with National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) and National Insurance Commission (NAICOM), and now to include other regulators; the establishment of a National Trading Platform for ports; and the concession of our major international airports.”

Speaking further, Osinbajo said PEBEC has embarked on the fourth 60-day National Action Plan (NAP 4.0) on EoDB, from March 1 to April 29, 2019.

“We have highlighted key action items in all of the focus areas to ensure that they do not unravel, and to ensure we drive sustainability,” he said.

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Reviewing Mo Abudu’s Netflix Movie “Chief Daddy”

Last night, I watched this new Nigerian film by Sisi Mo Abudu on Netflix.

“Chief Daddy” tells the story of billionaire industrialist Chief Beecroft, a flamboyant benefactor to a large extended family of relatives, household staff and assorted mistresses. Chief lives large and generously, like there’s no tomorrow, until he suddenly drops dead and all kinds of drama follows.

Featuring almost EVERYONE WHO IS EVERYONE in Nollywood, this film looks good and boasts of a lot of huge egos including Ini Edo’s suddenly humongous backside.

But what this expensive work does not have is depth. The massive talents seem wasted in what seems like a summarisation of a story rather than a drama piece.

Many of the characters didn’t seem to have much to do except kiss their teeth, roll their eyes and dish out stereotypical Yoruba insults throughout the movie.

Racheal Oniga seemed to do most of the work but FALZ was brilliant and alongside Ini Edo’s backside, stole the entire show!

Blink…and you’ll almost miss RMD.

Not a movie I will like to spend time queuing up for at the cinema…

But for a quick & short, feel good uncomplicated movie to watch just before going to bed, Chief Daddy ticks all the boxes.

Dakore Egbuson-Akande.
Funke “Jenifa” Akindele
Zainab Balogun.
Shaffy Bello.
Bisola Aiyeola
Chioma “Chigul” Omeruah.
Ini Edo
Linda Ejiofor
Folarin “Falz” Falana.
Richard Mofe Damijo
Taiwo Obileye
Joke Silva
Patience Ozokwor
Nkem Owoh
Jate Henshaw
Rachael Oniga

Now showing on NETFLIX

Baroness J rating⭐⭐⭐

President Buhari Refuses Renewal of Oil Block License For Major Holders

When Nigeria’s newly re-elected President Buhari said the next 4 years will be tough, he wasn’t joking…and he did not just mean for ordinary citizens.

Some of the few very rich Nigerians are also in for tough times ahead. Previously priviledged oil block owners are to have their licences revoked/not renewed
This is in fulfilment of the promise made by Buhari, who also doubles as the Minister of Petroleum Resources, that such existing licences won’t be renewed this year.

The owners/operators of oil block licenses are listed below:

1 Alfred James Petroleum OPL 302 1991 Adewunmi Sijuade, Goke Sijuade, Adedeji Sijuade, Olayinka Sijude, Adeyemi Osiyemi and Femisola Awosika, with A.O Adeyinka as Chairman

2 Soglas Nigeria Limited OPL 226 1991 Oscar P. Udoji, P.E Udoji, E.E. Nwosu, with J.O. Udoji as Chairman

3 NorthEast Petroleum OPL 215, 840 &902 1991 Kommer Complex Limited, Nwokema Ngozi Mbu, Abubakar Jubril and Ashiru B. Aliu, A. Ayankoya with Saleh Jambo as Chairman

4 Optimum Petroleum OPL 310 1992 R.D. Adelu, Yusuf N’jie and O.A. Aremu with Ibrahim Bunu as Chairman

5 Sunlink Petroleum OPL 238 & OPL 311 1993 Olaniyi Olumide, Hayford Alile, Samuel Bolarinde, Richard Adelu, Martins Olisa, John Brunner and Emmanuel Ojei

6 Express Petroleum OPL 108 & 227 1995 Ahmade Rufai, Tajudeen Dantata, Dalhatu Gwarzo, Lawan Omar with Aminu Alhassan Dantata as Chairman

7 Dubril Oil Co. Nigeria OPL 96 1987 B.N. Itsueli, C.A. Itsueli, O.O. Itsueli, A.E. Ihuegbu with U.J. Itsueli as Chairman.

8 Amni Int. Petroleum OPL 112 &117 1998 &1999 E.C Edozien, Tunde Afolabi with Sanni Bello as Chairman.

9 Atlas Petroleum Int. Nig Ltd OPL 109 1996 Umaru Ndanusa, Ikechukwu Joseph, Mohammadu Murtala with Arthur Eze as Chairman.

10 Consolidated Oil OPL 103, 458, 136 1993, 1998 &2006 O. Adenuga and Ebi Omatsola with Mike Adenuga as Chairman

11 Oriental Energy Resources OPL 115 1999 Usman Danburan, Jibril Mohammed Indimi with Senior Mohammed Indimi as Chairman.

12 Cavendish Petroleum Nig. Ltd OPL 110 1996 Gambo Gubio with Mai Deribe as Chairman

13 Allied Energy Resources Nig. Ltd OPL 120 & 121 2001 Mickey Lawal as Director with Kase Lawal as Chairman.

14 Peak Petroleum OPL 122 2001 Adekunle Olumide, W. Bolaji, Florence D. Oluokun and Ayodeji Oluokun with M.A. Oluokun as Chairman.

15 Summit Oil Nig. Limited OPL 205 and 206 1990 L.K.O Abiola, Radio Communications Nig. Ltd with M.K.O Abiola as Chairman.

16 Crownwell Petroleum Ltd OPL 305 AND 306 1993 S.K Adejumo with Sair Kuashi as Chairman.

17 Famfa Oil Ltd OPL 216 (OML 127) 1993 Folorunso Alakija.

18 MoniPulo OPL 114, 239, 234, 231 1999, 2008, 2008, 2007 F.A. Agama with O.B. Lulu Briggs as Chairman.

19 Yinka Folawiyo Pet. Company OPL 113 1998 S.T. Folawiyo, T.B Folawiyo with W.I Folawiyo as Chairman.

20 Zebbra Energy Limited OPL 248 2004 S.A. Oloko, Boni Madubunyi, Zimako O. Zimako with A.B.C. Orjiako as Chairman.

21 Oil and Gas Limited OPL 249 and 140 2003, 2006 M.O. I drisu with Reggie Uduhim as Chairman.

22 Continental Oil and Gas Limited OPL 59 1998 Agbolade Paddy, Subair Shefiu with Mike Adenuga as Chairman.

23 Emerald Energy Resources OML 141 2001 J.O. Amaefule, P.L. Caldwell, A.C. Uzoigwe, Amos NUR, C.N. Chieri, Femi Akingbe, F.A. Njoku with Emmanuel Egbogah as Chairman.

24 Oranto Petr. Limited OPL 320 2002 Arthur Eze as Chairman.

25 Dajo Oil Limited OPL 320 2004 R.B. Domingo, M.O. Domingo, U.R. Domingo with Domingo Obande as Chairman.

26 Malabu OPL 245 Dan Etete as Chairman.

27 Orient Energy OPL 915, 916 N. Nwawka with Emeka Anyaoku as Chairman.

28 Sahara Energy Exploration OPL 284, 228, 332 2005, 2006 Buba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade as Directors.

29 Enageed Resources Limited OPL 274 2007 Buba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade as Directors.

30 Seplat OPL 4, 38, 41 2010 A.B.C. Orjiako and Austin Avuru.

31 Ekcrest E & P Limited OPL 40 2012 Emeka Offor as Chairman.

32 First Hydrocarbon OPL 26 2011 O.A Azazi as Chairman.

33 Neconde OPL 42 2011 Amesi Azudialu, John Umeh, Nnenna Obijesi.

34 Niger Delta Western OPL 34 2012 Olayiwola Fatona, David Richards, P.O. Balogun, T. Omisore.

35 Transcorp OPL 281 2011 Jim Ovia, Tony Elumelu, Femi Otedola, Funso Lawal, Jacob Ajekigbe, Tony Ezenna, Ndi Onyiuke Okereke, Fola Adeola and Nicholas Okoye.

36 Starcrest, Cross River Energy & NPDC OPL 242 2011 Emeka Offor, Chris Garuba.

37 Starcrest OPL 291 Emeka Offor, Gidado Idris, Yzoni Yaw.

38 South Atlantic (SAPETRO) OPL 264 (130) 1998 Miguel Guerrero, Joy Ikiebe, Guerrrero, with T.Y. Danjuma as Chairman.

39 Oando OPL 278, 236 2005, 2006 Magoro, J.A. Tinubu, O. Boyo, M.O. Osunsanya, O. Adeyemo, O. Akpata, Oba Gbadebo, A. Peppe and Appiah Korang.

40 Ashbert OPL 325 Albert Esiri, Ifeoma Esiri.

41 Oil World OPL 241 2007 Gbenga Olawapo, Adekunle Akintola, Ibukun Olawepo, Rachael Akintola.

42 Pan Ocean OPL 98, 275 1976, 2007 F.A. Fadeyi, M.D. Yusuf, S.D. Adeniyi.

43 Cleanwater Consortium OPL 289 2007 Arumeni-Ikhide.

44 Afren Global Resources OPL 907, 917 2005, 2008 Rilwan Lukman, Osmah Shahenshah, Evert Jan Mulder, Peter Bingham, Guy Pass, Bet Cooper, Constantine, Egbert Imomoh.

45 Centrica/CCC/All Bright Consortium OPL 276, 283 2005, 2006 Jake Mirica, John Sheers.

46 Gas Transmission & Power Ltd OPL 905 2005 Ahmed Joda, Babangida Hassan Katsina, Makoji Aduku, Abubakar Joda.

47 Global Energy Company Limited OPL 135 2005, 2010 S.A. Onabiyi, M.A. Koshoni, . Anyansho, J.N. Obiago.

48 New Nig. Devt. Company OPL 733,809, 810,722 Northern State governors.

49 Tenoil Petroleum Energy Services OPL 2008 2007 Jim Ovia, Tony Elumelu, Femi Otedola, Funso Lawal, Jacob Ajekigbe, Tony Ezenna, Ndi Onyiuke Okereke, Fola Adeola, Nicholas Okoye, with Elumelu as Chairman

*ALSO* Marginal Field Operators listed as follows:

1 Niger Delta Company Ogbele (OML 54) 1999 Aret Adams, Uduimo Itsueli, Sammy Olagbaju, David Richard, Udi Ibru and Fatona Layi

2 Prime Petr. Ltd & Suffolk Petr Asaramaroru (OML 11) 2003 MacPepple Henry, Macpepple Joy, Macpepple Emmanuel, Macpepple Elfrida and Macpepple Victoria.

3 Oriental Energy Owok (OML 67), Ebok 2006, 2007 Alhaji Indimi, Usman Danburran.

4 Universal Energy Stubb Creek Field (OML 13/14 2003 Amana Nkoyo, Mianaekere Nelson, Abubakar Hayatou, Mboho Emmanuel, Ekpo Akpan, Inyang Etim (Akwa Ibom Govt.

5 Eurafric Energy Limited Dawes Island (OML 54) 2003 Onoh Anthony, Onoh Christiana, Onoh Ngozi, George Udoekong, Nwauche Erastus.

6 Pillar Oil Limited Umusati/Igbuku (OML56) 2003 Onosode G.O, Fadahunsi O, Amakiri J., Hassan-Katsina Usman, Tonwe Basife, Obaseki Godwin, Akoyomare Ambrose, Fisher Abayomi, Anaekwena Anthony, Avuru Spencer, Onosode Spencer, Hassan-Babangida.

7 Bayelsa Oil Company Atala (OML 46) Bayelsa Govt, Brigidi David, Alamieyesheiga Anitonbrapa, Ifimain Ekine, Jonathan Selereipre, Enddeley Francis, Chinwetelu Chris, Willians E.J.,
Aliyu Abubakar

8 Movideo E&P Ekeh (OML 88) Idau Sadiq, Jacobs Kayode, Enahoro Victor, Mohammed Aishatu, Tugger Yusuf, Okwuaive Iyabo, Sadare Raymond.

9 Bicta Energy Ogedeh (OML 90) Adesemowo G.A, Bashir MM, Onumodu Soye, Akinro C.A, Malberbe T. Unejei T.

10 Guarantee Petrr & Owena Oil Ororo (OML 95) Rufus Giwa, Ayodele Johnson, Fayose Abiodun, Unuigbe Odion, Omobomi Samuel, Rotimi Luyi, Adefarati Tunde, Duyie Korede, Ojo Segun, Ogedengbe Dele, Aidi Abass, Adegbonmire Wunmi, Amoye Mofisco, Ebiseni Sola, Oladunni Solomon, Agoi-George Segun, Akinruntan F.E, Hassan AlGazali, Eburajolo Victor, S.A. Ajayi.

11 Platform Petroleum Limited Egboma (OML 38) Edmund Daukoru, Avuru Austin, Amachi Moshe, Adegoke Oluwafeyisola, Addo-Bayero Nasir, Ewendu Chidi .

12 Sogenal Ltd Akepo (OML 90) Funso Lawal, Joda Abubakar, Harriman Hope, Odu Bunmi, Edohoeket Samuel, Yahaya.

13 Chorus Energy Amoji (OML 56) Akerele Chris, Mamman Samaila, Ihetu G.S. Braide Kombo, Banks Nigel, Clubb James, Uhuegbulem Ben, Baba Gana Abba.

14 Millennium Oil and Gas Oza (OML 11) Ali Chris, Maseli John, Karrs Sastry, Shama Yogi, Igweze Emeka, Bashir Farouk.

15 Brittania U-Nigeria Ajapa (OML 90) Ifejika Uju, Ifejika Emmanuel, Omu Paul, Otiji Igwe, Ikpeme Ita, Cardoso Tokie, Okonkwo Annie, Inua Mogaji, Mbanefo Louis, Ombu AVM, Horsfall A.K., Ukpong Uche, Ogoro Emomena, Ifejika E.I, Umar Alhaji, Ikpele A.O
16 Network E & P Qua Iboe (OML 13) Ajose Adeogun Ladi, Adesomoju Akin Alex -Duduyemi, Adewusi Adebowale, Ifode Yeletide, Gasau Ismaila Musa, John Etop, Olagbede Olufemi.

17 Waltersmith Petroman & Morris Petr. Ibigwe (OML 16) Isa Abdulrasak, Saleh Danjuma, Utomvie Nyingi, Ita Princess, Okoli Ndubuisi, Kakpovie Anthony, Okpala Eugene, Idrisu Mammudu, Idrisu Lawal, Isokrari Ombo, Nzeakor Nick, Abdulsalami Abdul, Nwabudo Ignatius.

18 Midwestern Oil & Gas & Suntrust Oil Umsadege (OML 56 ) Igbokwe Ken, Afejuku Anthony, Daultry Akpeti, Sagoe Kweku-Mensah, Gambo Lawan, Oshevire William, Mordi Sylvanus, Maidoh Daniel, Fatayi-Williams Babatunde, Mohammed Waziri, Emerhor Otega, Dublin-Green Winston, Mohammed
Abubakar, Oduah Stella, Okafor Ugo and Baba-Ahmed Mouftah.

19 Independent Energy Limited Ofa (OML 30) Ikelionwu
Emeka, Ohunmwangho Steve, Yar’Adua Murtala, Okudu Anthony, Bello Shamsudeen, Obaoye Michael, Monanuma.

20 Del Sigma KE (OML 55) Amachree Sokeiprim, Ungbuku
K.D., Bakut J.I, Chaff Kabiru.

21 Associated Oil & Dansaki Petroleum Tom Shot Bank (OML14) Machunga Laraba, Gwadah Bitus, Balat Isaiah, Uzor Azuka, Ibok Udo, Uzoechi Isaac, Kadiri Samuel, Afolabi Aderenlr, Yinka Aina.

22 Frontier Oil Limited Uquo (OML 13) Dada Thomas,
Lolomari Odoliyi, Kolade
Victor, Yisa Solomon, Nwasikeobi,
Alechenu Emmanuel, Bello Falalu.

23 Energia Limited & Oando Prod. Devt Ltd Ebendo/Obodeti
(OML 56) Horsfall A.U, Aribeana Stephen, Shawley Cooker,
Bello Lawal, Ene Emeka, Afolabi Ade, Coker Sam, Esiri Albert,
Dibiaezue Ifeoma, Hammad Charles, Macgregor Olushola,

24 Goland Petroleum Devt. Company Oriri (OML 88) Kingsley
Ngelale, Mogaji Gambo, Slako Johnson, Anthony Dotimi.

25 Excel Exploration & Production Eremor (OML 46) Abiodun
Awosika as shareholder.

26 Sahara Energy & African Oil Ltd. Tsekelewu (OML 40)
Baba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade, Adeniji Titi, Akinla Ladipo

*Im so excited about the revoking of oil block licences held by a few individuals. Instead of a stupendously rich few, we’ll have a stupendously rich country…. And the national wealth will hopefully trickle down to ordinary citizens via promptly paid wages, subsidised education & health services, infrastructural & amenities development and housing.

Abeokuta “Big Boy” Caught With Money Ritual Items, Used Pants And Soiled Sanitary Pads Believed To Belong To His Girlfriend

A young man who recently bought himself a new car and celebrated an anniversary with his lover was recently caught with items for money rituals in Abeokuta, Ogun state capital

Ayodeji Oladimeji, popularly known as !Sdj Teeman” a so called “Big boy” in the city was caught with used sanitary pads, soiled panty liners and knickers believed to be items for money rituals.


He was paraded by the officers of the Police service to whom he admitted that the items belonged to his girlfriend.

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On a Facebook post to celebrate his anniversary with his girlfriend last February, he wrote: “Happy anniversary to us honey, I can never find the words to say how much I love you,with you I have learned how to love all this year I have been very happy with you I hope to be with you today,tomorrow and other woman could ever make me feel the way that you do…My love my everything, My baby my play mate, My sugar my sweetie pie, My girlfriend my best friend, I love you so so much ARIKE mhi ”

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