Showing posts from March, 2015

Rtd General Muhammed Buhari- The People's Choice

People jubilate along a street after All Progressive Congress (APC) candidate Muhammadu Buhari is pronounced the winner of Nigeria's presidential election, in Kano March 31, 2015.

Supporters of the presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressive Congress (APC) party celebrate in Kano, March 31, 2015.

Supporters of the presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressive Congress (APC) party celebrate in Kano, March 31, 2015.

Court Bars AIT from Airing Documentary on Tinubu

The National leader of the Opposition party in Nigeria, All Progressive's Congress (APC), Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu got an Injunction from a Lagos High court sitting in Ikeja to prevent the Africa Independent Television (AIT) from broadcasting a documentary about him titled "'Lion of Bourdillion".
He alleged the documentary was libelous and sued AIT through his Counsel, Chief Wole Olanipekun(SAN) demanding the sum of N150billion for damages.
In response to the prayer, Chief Mike Ozekhome(SAN) objected the motion and ask the court to give him time to respond to the application.
However, the trial Judge, Justice Akinkungbe upheld the plaintiff's application stating thus: "the defendant is hereby restrained from further airing, publishing or disseminating and broadcasting the documentary, "Lion of Bourdilion", pending the determination of the interlocutory application".
She thereafter  adjourned the matter to  March 20, 2015 for argument on the …

PHOTOS-The Aftermath Invasion of Baga by Boko Haram

This is what is left of the one bubbling City of Baga after the devilish Boko Haram invaded it, they left a tale of destruction, looting and killings. The main market in Baga is now empty and scarred by fire
Signs - such as this one in the town of Michika - were painted over by Boko Haram fighters A view of Mubi from above reveals a town without residents The militants left behind a makeshift camp in Buni Yadi
The Nigerian military, aided by neighbouring armies, is retaking territory from Boko Haram


10 Signs You May Have Kidney Disease

While the only way to know for sure if you have kidney disease is to get tested, there are a number of physical signs. Sometimes people attribute these physical symptoms of kidney disease to other conditions. This is because those with kidney disease tend not to experience symptoms until the very late stages, when the kidneys are failing or when there are large amounts of protein in the urine. Here are 10 possible signs you may have kidney disease: You're more tired, have less energy or are having trouble concentrating. A severe decrease in kidney function can lead to a buildup of toxins and impurities in the blood. This can cause you to feel tired, weak and can make it hard to concentrate. Another complication of kidney disease is anemia, which can also cause weakness and fatigue. You're having trouble sleeping. When the kidneys aren't filtering properly, toxins stay in the blood rather than leaving the body through the urine. This can make it difficult to sleep. There is …

ISIS Embraces Boko Haram allegiance

In a desperate attempt to remain relevant and survive the onslaught melted against them, leaders of the dreaded Islamic extremist in the Northern part of Nigeria pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group (ISIS) and in response to that allegiance, ISIS has accepted the pledge.
According to ISIS spokesperson. "We announce to you to the good news of the expansion of the caliphate to West Africa because the caliph... has accepted the allegiance of our brothers of the Sunni group for preaching and the jihad," ISIS spokesperson Mohammed al-Adnani said in the message, using the Arabic name for Boko Haram. UPSHOT: We hope their evil allegiance will not stand.

5 reasons why African men make good spouses

It goes back to the period even before a baby is born to a newly married African couple. In most African cultures, the birth of a boy child often marks an unforgettable highpoint in a traditional African home. He is an inheritor, a direct ‘extension’ of his father, the one who is going to continue the family legacy and take the family’s last name into future generations. This male child grows up with a clear understanding of his role in the family, which translates into his future relationships.
Here are 5 reasons why African men make good spouses:
1. Protector: He simply has to be the man … it’s as simple as that. This goes right to the core of his manhood. The African man is naturally proud; the lion of the family, strong and protective, he prowls around his wife and children – whatever threatens them becomes a direct source of danger to him too. The sense of security he brings to his relationships is what every woman wants.
2. Provider: His role as provider and bread winner for his fa…

Dogs Destroy Man's Car in Act of Revenge

Some stray dogs in China has destroyed a man's car over the unruly act of the man.

The man kicked at the dog after he found out it was lying in his parking space at home.

The man's at made the dog to go away but only temporarily as it came back with a pack of dogs and they took to destroying the man's car. A neighbor heading down to the same parking lot a short time later witnessed a pack of dogs attacking the man’s car and took pictures of the unfolding event.

They  even chewed on the vehicle’s windshield wipers before running away to plot their next act of vigilante justice.

When the man complained about his dented car, his neighbor had some surprising photos to show him. UPSHOT: I use to think dog was man's best friend? uhn

Airtel Rescues Entire Community In Osun ……. Empowers Victim of Insurgent

In the current special live touching TV series, being aired every Saturday at 8:00pm on NTA Network, and every Sunday on DSTV African Magic channel 154, Airtel Nigeria, the award winning 2014 best customer service telecom firm, has focused on the pathetic story of an abandoned village in Iwo, Osun state, and the plight of a victim of insurgent's bomb blast The people of the Akinbami village have for a long time, been cut off from modernity, infrastructural development, and worse of all, medical services. The lack of healthcare services or access to medical supplies, have had adverse effect on the lives of the residents of the village. The village also lacks motorable road, this makes access to the closest medical facility in the city difficult especially at night. Being cut off by bad road, the community members are helpless in the face of emergencies. Therefore the community members suffer from high infant mortality especially during birth, as there is poor childcare, no access to …

Airtel Rewards Undergraduates with Brand New Cars in One Mic Contest

Leading Telecommunications service provider, Airtel Nigeria, recently presented a brand new Kia Picanto to each of the three regional winners of Airtel One Mic, a music talent hunt platform aimed at discovering and promoting musical talent from tertiary institutions in Nigeria. The event took place recently in University of Port Harcourt,University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos and Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti.
L-R: Regional Operations Director (South) Airtel Nigeria, Veronica Onoja presenting the keys of a brand new Kia Picanto to winner of Airtel One Mic Competition and Undergraduate of University of Port Harcourt, Olumuyiwa Jeffery Wenegha aka ACE TUNES while the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Joseph Atubokiki Ajienka, looks on. The event was held recently at the school premises.
WINNER, AIRTEL ONE MIC COMPETITION: Olatunji Oladotun, aka DOTMAN, a 200 level undergraduate of University of Lagos, shortly after he received the star prize of a brand new Kia Picanto at the school premi…


The emergence and growth of digital technologies is one that has had a fast move in our world and has been quickly bought over by individuals, firms, industries and governments. The advent of digital technology has brought about new ways to communicate, interact and transact business.An Accenture 2015 Digital Consumer Survey, reveals that consumers find smart devices increasingly relevant to their lives, and are inspired by the possibilities of the connected world. Another Accenture research also goes to show that large enterprises believe that digital technologies are a good potential for business transformation. Knowing that communication is key not only for inter-personal communication but business as well, digital technology has changed the face of business communication with the ubiquitous nature of the internet, instant messaging, teleconferencing and even telecommuting have become possible. In Nigeria, there has been a proliferation of digital activities with the high penetration…

Sale of House in Indonesia -- With Free Wife

A woman in Indonesia has caused an unusual uproar on the internet with her advert for the sale of her house, there was actually nothing extra-ordinary about the house, it was just the unusual free feature she added to the sale, and what will that be? guess you already know from the topic of the post 'A Free Wife'
The Ads read 'for the most part like a regular house listing, saying that the single-storey property has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a parking space and a fish pond'.
But it also proposes to buyers a "rare offer" -- "when you buy this house, you can ask the owner to marry you", alongside a picture of Wina Lia, a 40-year-old widow and beauty salon owner, leaning against a car in front of the house. The ad said that terms and conditions apply, and notes the offer is "for serious buyers and non-negotiable". The house in Sleman, on the island of Java, is on the market for 999 million rupiah (about $75,000). News of the of…

Hundreds of skeletons unearthed at London construction site

Archeologists have excavated hundreds of skeletons at London's Liverpool Street, as part of a dig for the city's new Crossrail line.