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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

KANYE WEST CALLS KIM KARDASHIAN HIS "WIFE," REVEALS WEDDING PLAN


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West fans need to prepare themselves for a summer wedding, after the rapper revealed details about the upcoming nuptials.
Just last week, West proposed to the reality star in front of family and friends.
While on radio show “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” Monday morning in Los Angeles, West said about the wedding, “It’s going to be next summer. I only have two words in my mind as far as ideas for the wedding. That’s fighter jets.” As of late, West has been gushing about his fiancé.

“I have never loved any girl, other than my mother, as much as I love my girlfriend,” he about 33, during an interview last Monday with San Francisco radio station KMEL. “I just feel so blessed.”

GUNMEN STEAL £34MILLION IN CASH FROM SECURITY VAN IN LIBYA



Gunmen stole £34million in a heist on a van carrying local and foreign currency for the Libyan central bank.
Ten armed men surrounded and stopped the van in the coastal city of Sirte carrying 53million Libyan dinars (£26.8million) and foreign currency worth $12 million (£7.5million), state news agency lana said.
The van was coming from Sirte airport where the cash had been flown in from Tripoli for the local central bank branch.

'The robbing is a catastrophe not just for Sirte but the whole of Libya,' Abdel-Fattah Mohammed, head of Sirte council, told Reuters.
He said the local authority had asked several times for better security for such transports.

The Libyan government has been struggling since the 2011 ouster of Muammar Gaddafi to assert control of a country brimming with armed militias, gangs and radical Islamists.
The OPEC country's oil exports fell to less than 10 per cent of capacity on Monday after protesters shut down ports and oilfields in the west.
Similar strikes over pay or political demands have already paralyzed most of the eastern oil ports.



KAREN IGHO: MY BOYFRIEND LEFT ME BECAUSE OF FAME
























Do you think guys really leave their girlfriends because of fame?
Below are the various tweets from BBA winner Karen Igho regarding the reason she is single.

I hope this is basically the truth or maybe she cannot manage the sudden fame



Monday, 28 October 2013

AFTERMATH OF ST JUDE'S STORM CHAOS- SOUTHERN ENGLAND




Two people have been killed and at least one other is feared dead after Britain was battered by 100mph winds that ripped up trees and destroyed homes in a devastating ten hours.
Bethany Freeman, 17, died today after a tree fell onto her static home while she slept in Hever, Kent, and a man in his fifties was killed in Watford when his Peugeot 206 was crushed as he drove alone to work.
A 14-year-old boy, named locally as Dylan Alkins, is also feared dead after being swept out to sea in Newhaven, East Sussex yesterday afternoon.
Several others have been injured after they were hit by debris while one tree devastated three houses when it fell on a gas main and led to an explosion in Hounslow, west London, where two people are believed to be trapped in the rubble. (Click below for more pics)

CELEBRATING T-MONEY

CELEBRATING T-MONEY











Recruited into banking world
Adopted into LEG (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen)
Now he is inducted into the real world of entrepreneurship ( A world for Risk taker and Goal-Getter)
Ticket: VIP
Venue: To be announced only to VIP
Date: 1st Nov 2013.


Celebrating the beginning of a new beginning.




Supported by:
DField Investment
Fossil Energy
Moda Fashion
Castle & Villa 
Sponsored by:
Moet

Friday, 25 October 2013

BRITAIN BRACES FOR THE WORST STORM SINCE 1987




A powerful weather system developing over the Atlantic could see Britain battered with some of the worst weather conditions since the Great Storm of 1987, forecasters are predicting.
The storm is expected to develop south west of Britain tomorrow and reach the south coast of England on Sunday night and into Monday, bringing exceptionally strong winds.

The storm could develop winds hitting 12 on the Beaufort Scale. This is the strength of a hurricane.

ORLANDO BLOOM AND MIRANDA KERR SEPERATED AFTER 3 YEARS OF MARRIAGE



Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr have split after three years of marriage.
The 36-year-old star of the Lord of the Rings andPirates of the Caribbean films has spent the past six years with the 30-year-old Australian model.
The pair has a son, Flynn, who was born in 2011.

A representative for the couple confirmed the break-up to E! News, saying: "In a joint statement, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr have announced that they have been amicably separated for the past few months.
"After six years together, they have recently decided to formalize their separation.
"Despite this being the end of their marriage, they love, support and respect each other as both parents of their son and as family."


Thursday, 24 October 2013

NOLLYWOOD ACTRESS JULIET MGBORUKWE SHARES NASTY PHOTO


Nudity is becoming the shortest means of getting nastily famous among the Nigerian girls, specially the so called Nollywood actresses who have no regard for their bodies again.
Another infamous Nollywood actress gone untamed again with her nasty bra and panties photo posted on the web.
The actress/TV personality who is on vacation is spending her time doing nasty thing behind the door and thinking of how to attract cheap attention.
What a holiday!

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

RIHANNA ATTACKED FOR TAKING ”INAPPROPRIATE” PICTURE IN FRONT OF A MOSQUE


Pop star, Rihanna, was recently asked to leave an Abu Dhabi mosque after taking a series of photographs.


She was allegedly booted because she did not have permission for a photoshoot.

The Staff at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque say they asked the singer to leave the compound after her actions were considered to be at odds with the ‘sanctity’ of the site.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

OH! MY GOD- $394 MILLION ON A WEBSITE- OBAMACARE WEB

The government spent at least $394 million in contracts to build the federal health care exchange and the data hub. Those contracts included major awards to Virginia-based CGI Federal Inc., Maryland-based Quality Software Services Inc. and Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
However, the project is not meeting up to its expectations as there have been many hitches and failures with this website.
As questions mount over the website's failure, insider interviews and a review of technical specifications by The Associated Press found a mind-numbingly complex system put together by harried programmers who pushed out a final product that congressional investigators said was tested by the government and not private developers with more expertise.

Monday, 21 October 2013

MALALA YOUSAFZAI LEAVES JON STEWART IN SHOCK ON DAILY SHOW


Malala Yousafzai, the teenager activist shot by a Taliban gunman last year, appeared on the Daily Show this week ahead of the pending announcement for the 2013 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Discussing her new book 'I Am Malala' the 16-year-old's profound response to one of Jon Stewart's questions left him in awe.

Stewart asked her what she thought when she first heard of Taliban threats to her life.

"I started thinking about that the Talib would come and he would just kill me," she said.

"But then I thought, ‘If he comes, what would you do Malala? Then I would reply to myself, ‘Malala, just take a shoe and hit him."

FIRST GAY MARRIAGES IN NEW JERSEY TAKE PLACE




Seven same-sex couples were married en masse in Newark on Monday morning, minutes after New Jersey officially became the 14th state in the US to allow gay marriage.

Newark mayor Cory Booker officiated at the ceremonies, describing it as "one of the greatest privileges" of his life in one of his last acts in office. Booker, who rose to national renown through savvy use of social media and a penchant for heroic acts, was elected to the US Senate last week and will be sworn in later this month.

"It is officially past midnight. Marriage is now equal in New Jersey," Booker announced at Newark city hall at 12.01am. The assembled crowd of activists and soon-to-be newly weds cheered.

Booker had refused requests to officiate at marriage ceremonies since being elected mayor in 2006, in protest at same-sex marriage being unlawful in the state. A judge ruled last month that New Jersey must recognise same-sex marriages, and despite late attempts to delay the ruling – including by the state's governor, Chris Christie – it was upheld on Friday. Booker made up for his seven barren years in office as he swiftly joined a total of nine couples in holy matrimony – including two heterosexual couples – within around 20 minutes.

Friday, 18 October 2013

BBC WORLD NEWS INSULTS NIGERIA ON TWITTER






When one of Nigeria's long line of military rulers, General Olusegun Obasanjo, seized the land on which Abuja was to be built in the late 1970s, he could hardly have imagined that the city would remain unfinished 35 years on.

Abuja has a makeshift, haphazard feel to it: A place of bureaucrats and building sites, its streets eerily empty after the buzz of Lagos or the enterprising bustle of Kano.

It is one of the most expensive cities in Africa, and one of the most charmless.

The skyline is dominated by the space-rocket spires of the National Christian Centre and the golden dome of the National Mosque, facing each other pugnaciously across a busy highway at the city's centre.



Its other striking landmark is the vast construction site of the Millennium Tower, which, if it is ever completed, will be Nigeria's tallest building.

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Friday, 11 October 2013

I MISS DON JAZZY & I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE GENEVIEVE AS MY WIFE- D’BANJ




“If I say I don’t miss Don Jazzy, I am lying. I have spent the better part of my career with him. I was married to him in a way (laughs). So I miss everything about Mo’Hits: the family, the movement, and the vibe of being in the studio with him. I miss the jokes and the arguments, but I have since keyed into the notion that nothing can stop a moving train.

“Nevertheless we can always do music together. The track, ‘Top of the World’ was produced by a Grammy Award Winner. The songs ‘Finally’ and ‘Don’t Tell Me Nonsense’ was produced by my producer while ‘Oliver Twist’ was produced by Don Jazzy. So, why won’t I have him on my 10 years anniversary album?
“I have never said I am a musician; I am an entertainer. Some people say I can pick up a microphone and become a comedian. Therefore nobody should come and ask if I want to go into acting because they should know I am already an actor. It depends on when the right script and concept lands in my hands.

BOY,9, BECOMES NIGERIA’S YOUNGEST MICROSOFT CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL

A primary six pupil of Role Model School, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos, has emerged one of the youngest pupils to obtain the Microsoft Certified Professional certificate.
A nine-year-old pupil of Role Model School, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos, Jomiloju Tunde-Oladipo, has emerged the youngest Nigerian Microsoft certified professional.
He came tops among 21 pupils who sat for the professional examination in Lagos.
He is now a Microsoft office specialist in office word 2010.
Jomiloju scored 769 out of 1,000 in the examination held in August.
In his examination score report, the slim-built boy performed well in Sharing and Maintaining Documents, Formatting Content, Applying Page Layout, and Reusable Content, among other subjects.

Thursday, 10 October 2013

LIBYAN PRIME MINISTER ALI ZEIDAN FREED FOLLOWING 'KIDNAP'

The Libyan prime minister, Ali Zeidan, has been freed following his kidnapping in the early hours of Thursday morning from the hotel in Tripoli where he lives.

Hashim Bishar, head of the Tripoli supreme security committee, the government's gendarmerie, said units of "revolutionaries" from the eastern Tripoli suburb of Suq Juma went to the place where he was being detained, released him, and are keeping him in the house of one of the fighters in the district for his own safety.

"Zeidan is well, he is at the home of one of our revolutionaries, he is being kept safe," he said, speaking live on a Libyan television station. "Our revolutionaries went to the place where he was being detained and demanded he be handed over. He was handed over, now he is safe."

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

FANI-KAYODE TO ODUAH: YOU TALK LIKE A MARKET WOMAN


Former minister of aviation Mr Femi Fani-Kayode has slammed the incumbent minister of aviation, Ms Stella Oduah, saying she should conduct herself in a manner befitting her office  and stop talking like a market woman.
Fani-Kayode stated this in a statement yesterday, in a reaction to a report in which Oduah had asked him to bow his head in shame instead of speaking out of context in an essay in which he called for her resignation.
Describing Oduah’s tirade on him as uncalled for, malicious and petty, Fani-Kayode said, “My advice and counsel to her is to grow up and stop being petty. She is meant to talk like someone who befits her office and not like a market woman. I do not like joining issues with women publicly which is why I was very gentle with her in my essay, though I made my point.
Fani-Kayode also asked the minister to realize the sensitive nature of the aviation sector and effect positive change on the sector, saying that she holds it a duty to save the country from avoidable deaths.

AFRICA HAS 55 BILLIONAIRES, RICHEST WOMAN


LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — A pan-African magazine says Africa has many more billionaires than previously reported, 55 of them worth $143.88 billion including a Nigerian said to be the richest black woman in the world.

“Move over, Oprah!” Ventures Africa says in its latest edition published this week.

Editor-in-chief Uzodinma Iweala said Tuesday their estimates are “on the conservative side.”
The report predictably identifies Nigerian manufacturer Aliko Dangote as the richest African worth $20.2 billion, among 20 Nigerians listed.

It surprises by identifying oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija as the richest black woman in the world, worth $7.3 billion.


Forbes magazine in its respected list had estimated Alakija’s fortune at $600 million and Oprah Winfrey’s worth at $2.9 billion. Iweala said his researchers are “closer to the ground” and expect to unearth more African billionaires.

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

CABLE CAR, TRAIN SERVICE READY SOON —FASHOLA.


The long awaited cable car project is on the verge of completion, says Governor Babatunde Fashola, but he did not give a date for the completion of the project.
Fashola, who spoke at the World Habitat Day held at the Adeyemi Bero Audirorium, Alausa in Ikeja, Lagos, southwest Nigeria on Monday, said residents of the state would begin to enjoy cable car and light rail transportation within the metropolis as the projects would be completed soon.
The governor stated that cable car, which is part of the Apapa model city plan, would transit between Apapa and Falomo, via Lagos Island, while describing the innovation as vital to achieving the mega city status.
He said his administration was committed to activating every means of transportation in the state in order to reduce the number of vehicles on the road, which cause unheal thy carbon emissions.
Fashola, who was represented by the Commissioner for Transportation, Kayode Opeifa, pledged that his administration would continue to formulate policies to improve transportation and mass movement of people, stressing that the theme of the celebration, which is Urban Mobility, was a key factor in the development of the state to a model mega city.

Monday, 7 October 2013

20 Habits That Will Make You A Success


1. Don’t define success with a dollar amount, but in relation to your happiness.

The habit of defining success with a dollar amount will lead you to constantly chasing a higher price point. It’s a chase that will never end, and a view of success that will never be attained. Get in the habit of seeing your success and your happiness in the same light.

 2. Read before you write or work.

Reading a good book will get the creative juices flowing, the brain learning, and your knowledge base growing. Try reading for 30 minutes to start your day.

 3. Wake up at the same time everyday.

Having a good sleep routine will help you have more energy to do more work during the day.

 4. Always finish your to do list.

Get in the habit of never leaving anything that you wanted to finish at the beginning of the day, incomplete at the end. If you simply do what you set out to do, it will be hard for success to elude you.

5. Keep your to do list small and scaled.
Have 1 or 2 things that are important to finish, and make sure you finish them first. The rest of your tasks should be tended to only after your most important ones have been completed.

Friday, 4 October 2013

IRAN PASSES A LAW ALLOWING MEN TO MARRY THEIR 13-YEAR-OLD ADOPTED DAUGHTERS


A new law in Iran that allows men to marry their adopted daughters at the age of 13 has caused major concern that the country's new president is not as progressive as originally thought.
President Hassan Rouhani has been hailed as a new moderate voice in the controversial Middle Eastern government but the approval of the new law shows that the extreme beliefs in the intolerant country have not evaporated.
The law was approved by the Iranian members of parliament and maintains that girls can marry with the permission of their father at the age of 13 and young boys at the age of 15.

The timing of the law being passed through the first legal hurdle, as reported by The Guardian, comes just days after Rouhani's landmark phone call with President Obama- the first between the two countries leaders in 34 years- and an interview with CNN where he admitted the existence of the Holocaust- something that has long been denied by the religious extremists in Iran.
The law in question pertains to the legal marriage age, but the concern about incest is an additional factor for human rights advocates.

Thursday, 3 October 2013

SHOCKING: PLANE CRASHES IN LAGOS AFTER TAKE-OFF




According to yet to be confirmed reports, there has been a plane crash around NAHCO area of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (Ikeja-Lagos)

The aircraft had 20 passengers on-board (An Associated Airline), and crashed as it just took off. It was heading to Akure, Ondo State, when the ugly incident occurred.
All the passengers on board are feared dead.


More details later.

ALEX FERGUSON SAID NO TO COMING BACK AS HE AFFIRMS MOYES AS THE RIGHT MANAGER




In an interview with PBS (US TV network), Ferguson confirmed his belief David Moyes was the right man to replace him.

And clearly there will be no going back on that decision.

"I'm not interested in managing again or getting myself worked up about Manchester United's results," said the 71-year-old.

"You would be throwing your money down the drain if you put any money on me coming back as a manager.

"United are in good hands with David Moyes. He will be fine. He's a good manager.

"I made my decision. The timing was perfect. There is no way back for me now. I've got a new life.

"I want to go to the Kentucky Derby and the US Masters, the Melbourne Cup. I want to visit vineyards in Tuscany and France."

Besides, with United having given Moyes a six-year contract on Ferguson's recommendation, he is hardly likely to sanction a change so quickly after he spent 26 years in the job.


"I believe in building a football club rather than building a football team," he said.

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

RESIDENT DOCTORS IN NIGERIA EMBARK ON INDEFINITE STRIKE


The association of resident doctors in Nigeria have embarked on an indefinite strike, to press home their demand for irregular payment of the IPPIS and non payment of salary to some of their members. Other demand which the group is angry with is the poor funding of residency training by the federal government. The strike was announced today by its national President, Mr. Jibril Abdulahi in Kano. The medical group had two weeks ago

issued a two weeks ultimatum and threatened to embark on the indefinite industrial action should the Federal Government fail to pay the accumulated salaries of its members within two weeks.
“The decision to go on an indefinite strike was taken during an extraordinary National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of the association held at the National Hospital in Abuja,” Abdullahi said. “The Federal Government is playing game with the issue of budgetary allocation for the training of specialists. Though we had some deliberations, but up till now nothing has been done. To make the matter worse, the government refused to issue a White Paper on the agreement reached” Mr. Abdullahi had said two weeks ago.

JAY Z TALKS PAST AS DRUG DEALER




Jay Z has said that he got his business nous from drug dealing.
The hip-hop mogul said that selling crack cocaine on the streets of New York in the 1980s gave him skills he needs in his new role as a sports agent.

He told Vanity Fair magazine: "I know about budgets. I was a drug dealer. To be in a drug deal, you need to know what you can spend, what you need to re-up."
Jay Z, who has an 18-month-old daughter Blue Ivy with singer Beyonce, said he sold crack but never used it.