Comment on A Nigerian tells his Story of how he got Stuck in Russia | Watch on BN TV by Dee

What made you come to the conclusion that he wanted to stay back?
Is it his English?
You should know that ‘big grammar’ does not translate to ‘big money’.
‘Posh’ is not ‘cash’. Just ask the Nigerian footballers making international waves

Comment on South African Stars came to SLAY! Boity, Pokello, Pearl Thusi, DJ Zinhle, Minnie Dlamini, Cassper Nyovest spotted at #VDJ2018 by Dee

wao… Did BellaNaija select only the good ones or did EVERYONE just happen to come correct???
Everyone looked lovely and dressed for their body type (Naija celebs ,take note)
I need all the outfits in my closet…

Comment on “I live because this pain will not win!” Read the Story of Bright’s Bravery Living with Lupus by Dee

I was thinking about it this morning. There is a huge trigger and only God knows what it could be. One of my triggers is plantain imagine that. Something i can eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I have stopped eating it however at least for now lol but its still there so I know its something I am doing, or not doing or have done in the past or did not do.

Comment on “I live because this pain will not win!” Read the Story of Bright’s Bravery Living with Lupus by Dee

Lupus sucks. I am 32 this year and I have been living with SLE since I was 17. I was diagnosed right after secondary school. I remember being so excited to graduate and looking forward to independent uni life when this happened. God has been faithful and my parents well informed and able to cope with the medical costs. I know your pain Bright. We are a lot living with lupus, if you saw me you wouldn’t even know and I am not ready to go public yet. Chin up Bright, Ill send you a message so we can connect. There are a number of things that have helped me since my journey began. We will overcome definitely by his Grace.

Comment on “I live because this pain will not win!” Read the Story of Bright’s Bravery Living with Lupus by Dee

Lupus sucks. I am 32 this year and I have been living with SLE since I was 17. I was diagnosed right after secondary school. I remember being so excited to graduate and looking forward to independent uni life when this happened. God has been faithful and my parents well informed and able to cope with the medical costs. I know your pain Bright. We are a lot living with lupus, if you saw me you wouldn’t even know and I am not ready to go public yet. Chin up Bright, Ill send you a message so we can connect. There are a number of things that have helped me since my journey began. We will overcome definitely by his Grace.

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