Sunday 29 June 2014


Showed his practical side by fixing a family TV while visiting their home in the hillside village of El Vergel

He has been to war zones, flown helicopters and been known to enjoy a late night party.
But to one family in Chile, Prince Harry will always be known as the man who fixed their telly.
On a visit to a slum outside the former capital, Valparaiso, the Prince showed his practical side by mending the family’s television just in time for them to watch the Brazil v Chile match in the World Cup

The Prince was in the village of El Vergel, one of the many slums that cling to the hillsides overlooking the city, to see how the community is being rebuilt following a forest fire in April that destroyed nine in ten of the self-made homes.
The charity Techo is helping the villagers to build new homes out of chipboard and corrugated iron, and inside one of the shacks, home to Coca Perez, 50, and her teenaged son and daughter, the Prince noticed their television was not working properly.

Saturday 28 June 2014


The perfect guy is not the one who has the most money
Or the most handsome one you'll meet
He is the one who knows how to make you smile and
Will take care of you
Each and everyday until the end of time

Friday 27 June 2014


Barcelona is still keen to sign Uruguay's Luis Suarez despite his four-month ban for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini.

Despite his rottweiler biting habit on the field, the Uruguay hit man and Liverpool super striker, Luis Suarez, is still madly pursued by Barcelona after his FIFA verdicts.

Barca is still keen to have the services of Luis Suarez despite the reported four mouth ban.

Giorgio Chiellini (who was the victim of the bite) said the four mouth ban smelted on Luis Suarez is excessive.

World Cup 2014: Nigeria Boycott Training In Money Row

According to BBC Sport, The Nigeria squad at the World Cup have missed a scheduled training session in a row over bonus money.
BBC Sport understands the players believe they are each $15,000 (£8,800) short of what they were expecting for reaching the last 16 in Brazil.
They refused to train in Campinas on Thursday and officials later confirmed the session had been cancelled.
Nigeria is scheduled to play France in the knockout stages on Monday having finished as runners-up in Group F.

BBC Sport has learned the problem lies in the interpretation of the bonus structure, with the players believing they will only receive $10,000 for their win 1-0 over Bosnia-Hercegovina and $5,000 for the 0-0 draw with Iran.
The players' understanding was they would receive a $30,000 payment for qualifying from the group.

Thursday 26 June 2014


FIFA has announced that Uruguay striker Luis Suarez will serve a nine-game ban for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini.

Suarez has also been banned for four months from any football-related activity, preventing him from representing Liverpool until the end of October.

His nine-game international ban starts immediately so he will miss Uruguay's last-16 tie with Colombia and eight more competitive games.

Wednesday 25 June 2014


If you watch this advert and you were not moved by the brain, the concept, the imagination and the creativity behind it then there is nothing that could be so innovative to you in this world anymore. This advert will definitely leave a remarkable landmark in the history of all adverts.
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Tuesday 24 June 2014

THE CARNIVOROUS SUAREZ- Did Luis Suarez Bites Giorgio Chiellini?

Suarez clashed with the Italian as the two competed for a free-kick, when Suarez clearly threw his head in the direction of Chiellini. The centre-back fell to the floor in agony, immediately followed by the Liverpool striker who was attempting to play the victim of the clash.
However, an incensed Chiellini got up and confronted the forward, before pulling down his shirt in an attempt to show the referee what he believed to be teeth marks on his shoulder.

While Chiellini rampaged around the pitch in anger, Suarez was seen clearly holding his teeth in pain. Neither player was booked for the incident with play eventually continuing, and Diego Godin struck soon after to give Uruguay a crucial 1-0 win that sees them progress to the last-16 at Italy’s expense.

Monday 23 June 2014

Sex On The Altar In Belfast Catholic Church

Furious parishioners have spoken of their horror after discovering a raunchy music video was filmed in their Belfast church.
The video for London DJ Wilkinson's song Half Light depicts a young couple – played by Irish actors Joanna Nixon and Diarmuid Noyes – simulating a sex scene on the altar of Good Shepherd Catholic Church on south Belfast's Ormeau Road.

Most parishioners the Belfast Telegraph spoke to after Mass yesterday were shell-shocked.
Claire McKnight (19) said it was a "disgrace" and everyone involved should be ashamed of themselves.

"It's terrible... I don't even know what to say, I'm so shocked. To do that on the altar is horrific," she added.
A fellow parishioner said: "Well, hopefully the Church has learnt its lesson and won't allow things like this to happen again."

Peter Scullion jnr, who was on his way into the chapel for a family Christening, described the behaviour as "disgusting".
"This is a chapel, a house of God. Music videos shouldn't be allowed to be filmed in it, especially not filth like that," he said.

Sunday 22 June 2014

Nigeria Sends Bosnia-Herzegovina Out Of World Cup

In a pulsating and tension soaked match that stands as a decider for the next team to make it to the round of 16 in group F, Nigeria and Bosina-Herzegovina displayed array of skills in a match that produced a single goal for the super eagles of Nigeria.
Unlike in the Iran match, the Nigeria team went all out with the aim of playing to win and to secure the necessary 3 points in other to stay in the World Cup; a competition that has produced certain upsets and surprises.

The 16 years goal drought of Nigeria Super Eagles was ended by Peter Odemwingie’s goal after netting the pass by superlative Emenike to put the team ahead and hopeful. Bosnia came back firing and dangerous, trying to equalize the goal and keep the Bosnia-Herzegovina flag still flying in the competition but the Nigeria team stood the test of time. Several attempts by Edin Dzeko was saved by the Nigeria no1 keeper, Eyama, especially the strike at the last second of the full match.

At the end of the added time and ninety minutes, Stephen Keshi boys were able to beat and carry the victory for the day.

We Nigerians are wishing the nation a superb outing and victory in the next match against the almighty Argentina.

Prince 'Tunji

Friday 20 June 2014

LASU Reopens 23 June, Slashes School Fees

After the saga of the protest by the students of Lagos State University in respect of their hike school fees and the resolution of the State Government to finally slash the fees, the school will resume by 23 of June to start the new semester.
Students’ registration and payment of approved school fees will commence by Friday, June 20, 2014 when the school portal will be made available for all necessary registration.
Registration for students would be allowed for two (2) weeks commencing from Friday, June 20, 2014 and to end by the midnight of July 6, 2014

According to report, the new tuition fees can be paid in full or in two instalments of 70 percent (Harmattan Semester) and the balance of 30 percent at the beginning of Rain Semester.
University has approved a new school fees of 49.3% reduction which amount to N76, 250.00 for final year student in the Art Department, and N158, 250.00 for a 200 level Engineering and Medical (Direct entry) student.

iPhone Photography Awards 2014 – in pictures

Smartphones have made photography more accessible than ever before, a fact celebrated by the iPhone photography awards. Now in its seventh year, the contest attracted entries from 17 countries. Here is a selection of the winning images

Julio Lucas from Florida, US – the photographer of the year 2014
See more pictures below:

Thursday 19 June 2014

YouTuber ‘PewDiePie’ Who Makes $4 Million A Year Off His Videos

FORBES — Watching other people play video games is growing increasingly popular these days. Sites like Twitch—where people can tune in to watch other people play games, eSports, and so forth—have exploded in popularity.

In fact, Twitch ranks fourth in peak US internet traffic, ahead of sites like Facebook and Amazon. If anyone doubted that video games were a spectator sport, that should be evidence enough to the contrary.

But revelations that YouTuber ‘PewDiePie’ is raking in $4 million a year for his gaming videos should hammer the nail home.

PewDiePie—Felix Kjellberg—plays games while talking, screaming, and swearing, and it’s earned him 27 million subscribers, more than established gaming channels like Machinima, which has just under 11.5 million.

Wednesday 18 June 2014

England Down But Not Out Of 2014 FIFA World Cup

England Down But Not Out Of 2014 FIFA World Cup.. Yes or No?


From Marvel, the studio that brought you the global blockbuster franchises of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, comes a new team--the Guardians of the Galaxy. 

An action-packed, epic space adventure, Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" expands the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the cosmos, where brash adventurer Peter Quill finds himself the object of an unrelenting bounty hunt after stealing a mysterious orb coveted by Ronan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe. 

To evade the ever-persistent Ronan, Quill is forced into an uneasy truce with a quartet of disparate misfits--Rocket, a gun-toting raccoon; Groot, a tree-like humanoid; the deadly and enigmatic Gamora; and the revenge-driven Drax the Destroyer. But when Quill discovers the true power of the orb and the menace it poses to the cosmos, he must do his best to rally his ragtag rivals for a last, desperate stand--with the galaxy's fate in the balance.

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, which first appeared in comic books in MARVEL SUPER-HEROES #18 (Jan. 1969)

Coming Soon To The Cinema By August

Reference: marvel

World Cup 2014: Rooney Holds Key To England Success - Lampard

Frank Lampard believes team-mate Wayne Rooney still holds the key to England's World Cup hopes, after claiming there is "an agenda" against the striker.
Scrutiny of Rooney's place in the side intensified when he was played in a wide role in the 2-1 loss to Italy.

But he looks certain to start against Uruguay as manager Roy Hodgson ponders whether to move him into a more central role and switch Raheem Sterling wide.
Midfielder Lampard said: "He is an exceptional player as we all know."

Lampard, facing the media at England's training headquarters, added: "If we are going to do well in this World Cup, players like Wayne are going to come to the fore because that is what they do."

Reference: bbc


The German Machine as they are usually called, are all out with furious, agility and skills to shut the mouth of the world best player (Rolando) and his team mates in a match that produced a recording breaking defeat on Portugal.

Before the beginning of the World Cup, Germany announced that they will be at the world cup with single striker in the person of Thomas Müller, the pundits and other sport analysts were all shocked with this selection. However, yesterday game against Portugal proved that the German Machine had mastered the game of football to the understanding that its not by having three or more strikers on field that produces victory but understanding what it takes to produce results as a team and as a prolific striker.

Tuesday 17 June 2014

Nigerians & Others React On The Outcome of Nig. Vs Iran Match

Remi Adebayo, Nigerian, lives in the US: “I came all the way from Houston, Texas, to watch Nigeria play and I can say that I'm honestly disappointed about today's game. I think the team played without purpose, they didn't look like they were motivated or interested in winning the game...I have lost all my hope... In defeat, I think Ghana actually played very well. They looked more adventurous. They played as a team... Ghana played much better. I was proud of them in defeat."

Ifeanyi Okafor, a #Nigerian engineer who lives in Rio de Janeiro: “I expected that we were going to win Iran...I'm not exactly very happy but I can only be positive and I'm just staying optimistic that we'll win our next two games and move to the next stage...#Ghana lost but they played much better...They looked more purposeful. I think Ghana deserved to win...If Ghana were to play the game we played, I think they would have won by a larger goal margin. “

Ugonma Onukwubiri, Nigerian, lives in the US: “Since I was a kid I've always watched the Super it was surreal to see the boys play live and in Brazil...Unfortunately, we drew with Iran but the experience all together, as a package, was good...I live in the US and I'm an American citizen the end of the day I ended up cheering for Ghana because home is where the heart is and mine is in Africa.”

Rio Ferdinand
Former England defender
"The decision making in the final third when Nigeria managed to get there was poor. They made the wrong choices. The quality of the balls into the box was poor and they didn't play to their strengths.

"This is the game they should have wanted to go out and win and you would think there would be more urgency in their play."

Oyenihi Samuel
Patrotic people will always give words of encouragement and hope to their representatives in any field of human endeav our .If you have better skills go and display them! You boys, try more

Leave your reaction regarding the match between Nigeria and Iran and the way forward for the next two matches.

Brazil 2014-Germany Vs Portugal (4-0): Pictures

 More pictures below:

Portugal's Pepe Headbutts Germany's Thomas Muller--Video

 Does Pepe headbutt really worth it?

Pepe was red-carded leaving a hole for Germany to penetrate to transhed his country Portugal 4 goals to nil (4-0) despite the presence of the World acclaimed Best Player, C Ronaldo.

Is this an end to Portugal's quest for World Cup trophy in Brazil 2014?

Monday 16 June 2014


Michael Schumacher is no longer in a coma and has left intensive care in Grenoble hospital nearly six months after his life-threatening skiing accident, his manager has confirmed.

On behalf of the Schumacher family, who have steered clear of the public eye, Sabine Kehm said the family were “sure” the wishes of fans had helped the seven-time Formula One champion recover and begin his rehabilitation.

In a statement, Kehm said: “Michael has left the CHU Grenoble to continue his long phase of rehabilitation. He is not in a coma anymore.
“His family would like to explicitly thank all his treating doctors, nurses and therapists in Grenoble as well as the first aiders at the place of the accident, who did an excellent job in those first months.

Read more:telegraph


CURITIBA, Brazil (AP) -- Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi said Sunday that his current team could be even better than the 1994 side which reached the World Cup second round and was tipped as a possible future world champion
Ahead of Nigeria's first game in the World Cup against Iran in Curitiba, Keshi said his team was still young - ''like a baby'' - compared to the experienced crop of 1994 that lost out to eventual runner-up Italy. Keshi, toward the end of a distinguished international career, played one match in that World Cup.

That 1994 team included a host of talented players, such as Jay Jay Okocha, Rasheed Yekini and Finidi George, many of whom had been playing together for five years. By contrast, Keshi said his current side - which won the Africa Cup of Nations last year - has only been together for around a year and a half.

''In 1994 the spirit was very high,'' Keshi said. ''Here we're building that, we try to bring the same spirit and once we get that spirit, it's going to be two times as strong as 1994.''

Having fallen at the last 16 stage in 1994 and in 1998, Nigeria has had two fairly dismal World Cup campaigns since, in 2002 and 2010. Its failure to win a single match in those two tournaments has contributed to doubts over the ability of an African team to win the World Cup in the near term.

Keshi Lacks Tactical Ability, Says Gara-Gombe

Special Adviser to the Kano State Governor on Sports and seasoned Nigeria football administrator, Alhaji Shuaib Gara-Gombe has said coach Stephen Keshi do not have what it takes to lead the Super Eagles to a successful outing in Brazil.

Nigeria will be making their fifth appearance at the 2014 Fifa World Cup and will face Iran on Monday before taking on BosniaHerzegovina and Argentina to challenge for a second round ticket.

Gombe said Keshi’s men have not  justified their status as kings of African football in their recent outing while questioning the choice of players selected by the former Mali and Togo national team handler.

“From the friendlies we have played, I have not seen proper coordination of that team. They never played like they are truly African champions,” Gombe told Goal.

“It appears that there are lots of gap created from the time we won the African Cup of Nations and now we are going to play in the World Cup.

Sunday 15 June 2014


Cote D'Ivoire has emerged as the first Africa representative to win her first match at the ongoing World Cup 2014 in Brazil

Second-half headers from Wilfried Bony and Gervinho completed a Cote d'Ivoire comeback as they defeated Japan 2-1 on Saturday.

Saturday 14 June 2014


Chelsea winger Victor Moses is arguably Nigeria’s biggest football brand leading up to the World Cup.

The 23-year-old is the face of more brands than any of his teammates in the Super Eagles as the World Cup begins this week.

The hardworking and focused Moses is the star of telecommunications giants GLO’s Super Eagles World Cup campaign.

The player, who was on loan at Liverpool in the recent English Premier League season, also appears in the Samsung Galaxy 11 global campaign alongside Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Iker Casillas.

Moses is also part of soft drinks giants Pepsi’s campaign, where he shares the platform with teammates Peter Odemwingie and Elderson Echiejile. 

National team coach Stephen Keshi and his assistant Daniel Amokachi also feature in the Pepsi campaign
Since switching allegiance to Nigeria in 2012, after playing in the England youth teams, Moses’s popularity has grown and so has his reputation.

French Montana Is Using Khloé For Fame Says Family

Between the drama with his ex-wife and rumors circulating that he cheated on Khloé Kardashian while she was away for Kimye's wedding, it's understandable why the Kardashian family is struggling to trust French Montana right about now.

In fact, both Kim Kardashian and Bruce Jenner are worried the rapper is just using the reality star for publicity... Which might explain why he wasn't invited to the wedding.
are very skeptical of him.  They think he's using Khloé for fame."
See video below:

Friday 13 June 2014

Breaking News: Gospel Singer, Kefee Is Dead

Kefee, the Nigerian singer finally gave up the ghost after been in coma for couple of days in United States of America

Brazil 2014 World Cup Opening Ceremony Photos

The much awaited World Cup 2014 started on grand style in the host country Brazil despite the hiccup from the Labour Union strike and demonstration in this Samba Nation.

Brazil as a nation is known for her colorful fiesta. It is the only and the largest Portuguese speaking country in the whole Americas. Brazil is officially the Federal republic of Brazil, like Nigeria, is the largest country in both South America and the Latin America region.

As at 2012, Brazilian economy is the world’s seventh largest by nominal GDP and member of BRIC group with one of the fastest growing major economies.

Despite all the above, the nation is popularly known for the game of round leather called Soccer/Football.  See below pictures from Brazil regarding this year World Cup tournament:

Thursday 12 June 2014


1. Wayne Rooney
Reported Weekly Wage: £300,000
Age: 28
Club: Manchester United
Country: England
Major Sponsors: Harper Collins, Nike, EA Sports, Coca-Cola
Earning 50p a second, Rooney’s new, terrifyingly profitable contract assures he takes first place above his fellow superstars. Striker for a Manchester United side that underperformed last season, he still managed to become the club’s third top scorer of all time, overtaking George Best and Ryan Giggs, and as a result, now has an enormous net worth estimated to be in excess of £60million.
Endorsements earn him a fair wedge, with lucrative deals including Nike and Electronic Arts, the computer gaming company which features Rooney on the front of its best-selling FIFA football games.
He also had his third book, ‘My Decade In The Premier League,’ published in 2012 as part of his deal with Harper Collins. 
See below the others you made the list:

Wednesday 11 June 2014

Highest Paid Managers At The World Cup

·        England boss second highest earner at the World Cup
·        Fabio Capello, now Russia manager, is the best paid
·        Seven bosses on more than £2m a year
·        Niko Kovac earns ‘only’ 19 times as much as the average Croatian - the closest of any manager to their fans


Four England fans have completed a 1966km hike to the World Cup to help build a well in drought-hit northern Brazil.
Adam Burns, 27, David Bewick, 32, Pete Johnston, 30, and Ben Olsen, 31, spent three months on the road before finally arriving in the southern host city Porto Alegre.
Along the way they met countless football fans and friends – including a curious dog, who became their travel companion for the final weeks of their trip.

Mr Johnston, from Guisborough, Yorkshire, said: “The places we’ve seen and the people we’ve met have made this a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
“Walking enables you to discover a country at a pace that allows you to take in the little details you’d otherwise miss.”
The team are trying to raise £20,000 for J de V Arts Care Trust to build a well in Bahia, north-east Brazil, which is suffering the worst drought in 50 years.

Tuesday 10 June 2014


The pop superstar will not be performing at the opening ceremony of the World Cup on Thursday, according to FIFA.
Pop superstar Jennifer Lopez has pulled out of the World Cup opening ceremony in Brazil four days before the tournament kicks off, Fifa has confirmed.
Lopez, who recorded the official World Cup song, “We Are One,” with rapper Pitbull was due due to perform with them at the opening ceremony in Sao Paulo but had to cancel, said the football governing body.

“For production issues, Jennifer Lopez, one of the artists of the official song ‘We Are One,’ will not be able to perform at the FIFA World Cup opening ceremony,” it said in a statement.
FIFA said in a news release that Cuban-American rapper Pitbull and Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte will sing the official tune “We Are One” before Brazil takes on Croatia at the Thursday opener in Sao Paulo.

Pitbull however is still looking forward to performing in front of the world.

“To be performing ‘We Are One’ to the world, especially in such a beautiful country like Brazil, is going to be a lot of fun. But more than this, it is going to show the world that music is the universal language,” he said in a statement released by Fifa.

reference: 356football

Brazil World Cup Special: Mourinho Tips Nigeria To Progress

The Chelsea boss is backing the Super Eagles to follow Argentina into the second round of the summer showpiece in Brazil
Jose Mourinho has tipped Nigeria to make it out of their group at the World Cup.

Nigeria face a difficult task, having been drawn alongside Argentina, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Iran Group F.

The 7 Dangerous Acts After Meal

* Don't smoke- Experiment from experts proves that smoking a cigarette after meal is comparable to smoking 10 cigarettes (chances of cancer is higher).

* Don't eat fruits immediately -When you eat your fruits with meals, the fruit is stuck in the stomach along with the contents of the meals and cannot reach the intestines in time. Lying there they get spoilt and spoil the remaining food in the stomach too. Thus it is recommended that you eat a fruit at least one hour after eating a meal or before your meal and preferably in the morning with empty stomach. It is in the morning that the body can best use the nutrients in the fruit and get enough energy to start the day.

* Don't drink tea - Because tea leaves contain a high content of acid. This substance will cause the Protein content in the food we consume to be hardened thus difficult to digest. It is preferable to drink tea an hour after meals.

Monday 9 June 2014

My Mother’s Final Moments – Akunyili’s Daughter

Dora Akunyili
Chidiogo, one of the children of the late former Director-General, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, Prof. Dora Akunyili, has described the final moments she spent with her mother.

The Economics and International Relations graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, United States, in a tribute to her mother said she was happy to have spent some quality time with her mum last week before her death.

Chidiogo said during their discussion, she seized the moment to appreciate her mother for being an inspiration to her and her siblings.


Mario Balotelli has insisted that he wants to become a 'legend' after this summer's World Cup
The Milan striker is widely seen as being the focal point of the Azzurri attack for the tournament in Brazil.

And the controversial forward has claimed the he hopes to wipe away the tabloid fodder and do his talking on the pitch.

"People will always want to talk about Mario," he told the Sunday Mail. "they will always want to write about Mario.

"I'm used to that now. But for me, it's time to make people talk about what I'm doing on the pitch.
"I want to be one of the best players in the world, and usually all the legends are born at the World Cup.

I am absolutely convinced that Italy can win this tournament. I'm a realist and I know that maybe there are one or two teams that may be stronger.

"But I know with our quality we can beat anyone in the world"

Sunday 8 June 2014


Easy Taxi, Africa’s no 1 taxi booking apps, has teamed up with Mi-Fone, the first Africa Mobile brand to offer its services to even more customers across

Nigeria and Africa, with the Easy Taxi app to be pre-installation of the Easy Taxi app on their mobile phones.

This latest partnership shows the innovation of African manufacturers and the changing landscape of African consumer habits as e- and m-commerce continues to grow at a tremendous pace. Users are increasingly turning to smart phones apps and mobile-friendly sites to make their everyday lives easier and more efficient.


Altidore scored his first goal in 2014 for club or country just after the half-hour mark to break his goal-scoring drought on Saturday with a brace to condemn Nigeria’s Super Eagles to a 2-1 defeat against the United States in Jacksonville can reveal.

The defeat means the Super Eagles will head to Brazil without a win in any of their pre-tournament friendlies with the loss at EverBank Field following draws with Scotland and Greece, a contrast to the Americans who recorded three wins in as many games.