I lost her for good – Billionaire son Paddy Adenuga laments

Like they say, you don’t know what you have till it’s gone. Such is the case of many love stories that have turned sour. Nigerian Billionaire, Michael Adenuga’s son, Paddy, took to social media to explain how he lost a lady very dear to him due to his youthfulness and foolishness. The heartbroken young man took to his Twitter account to recount his loss. According to him, all she ever wanted was his time and care, but he was too young to appreciate it, and he now misses her dearly and wishes things had been different. He tweeted: “Once upon a time i met a young woman that loved me completely.. all she ever wanted was my time and candy percy pig to be exact.. “but back then i was too young and foolish to know what i had and i lost her for good “now i look back and think what a big mistake i made.” Sometimes, people do not realise that they have a good thing till it becomes too late. Hopefully, he would learn from his mistakes.

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Makarfi laments bad roads in southeast

– Senator Ahmed Makarfi has lamented the bad roads in the southeast region – Makarfi, a PDP presidential aspirant, says 90 percent of his campaign will be on road projects – He says he travelled to Imo state by road because he wanted to feel the experience of the masses Presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ahmed Makarfi, has said he had a horrible experience plying the roads in the southeast region. Vanguard reports that the senator stated this in Owerri when he visited the Imo state PDP secretariat.it was gathers that Makarfi said he travelled by road because he wanted to feel the pains of the masses so as to solve them. Makarfi said: “As I was coming from Enugu to Owerri, the roads are bad. It is shocking. That is why I said 90 per cent of my campaign will be on road projects. Some people asked me to come by air and I said no, why should I do that? I want to feel the experience of our people and know their pains in view of solving them. “We must know what the electorate want. PDP is very democratic and it is a party that believes in dialogue. We could not have succeeded in the PDP national convention if many of you did not subscribe to dialogue. In 2007, I could have become the president if not for what happened. Then, I did not run away; I contributed my quota. “As PDP members, we must believe in the party even when we lose. We must believe that God gives power. If you see me leaving PDP, then I am leaving politics. The policy of PDP is restructuring of Nigeria. PDP will bring Nigeria together on how to restructure Nigeria fairly. If you are a member of PDP and you don’t believe in restructuring, you should leave the party. “We should also look at institutional restructuring. If we have institutional restructuring, what[…]

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