Showing posts from August, 2016

Wow!! GLO Launch New Data Plan “TGIF Weekend Data Plan” – Get 3GB For ₦500

Telecommunications giant, Globacom says its subscribers nationwide can start to enjoy 3GB of data for just N500 during weekends.
This is coming as the firm unveils a new data tariff called TGIF.
According to a statement released from its headquarters in Lagos and made available to the media, “This unbeatable offer will be available to Glo customers from 12:01 am every Saturday morning to Sunday evening at 11:59pm.
The company explained that subscribers should select ‘Buy Data’ on the menu and then pick ‘Night and Weekend Plan’ which is number 7 on the next menu page.
Globacom stated that when the menu opens to the ‘Night and Weekend plans’, subscribers should pick option 2 on the last menu which reads “N500 = 3GB for Sat and Sun.
“This is simply designed to meet the expectations of subscribers who download and upload a lot of content during weekends.
We have observed that subscribers have the time to do heavy browsing on weekends, hence the TGIF bundle is designed to meet that demand…

Question Of The Day:- Can You Pay Kidnappers 10m (All Your Life Savings) To Release Your 95 Year Old Grandmother?

Imagine after saving 10m for 5 Years with Plan to use the fund to invest in something better and then you got a Call that Kidnappers needs all your Life savings so that your old Grandma can be release.
#Be Sincere!! Can you spare your 10m to Save the Life of your Grandma?
We want to hear from you, Tell us.
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No Hiding place for militant in Lagos Anode say

Acting Inspector-General of Police Idris Kpotun Ibrahim receiving a gift from Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode at the Lagos House, Alausa, Ikeja, on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. PHOTO: LASG
Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode on Wednesday vowed that the State Government would deploy its entire arsenal to ensure that militants and vandals threatening the peace are flushed out of the State once and for all.
“We need to sustain and ensure that these people do not go back to the creeks. On our part as a government, whatever it is that it takes to take the militants and vandals off Lagos we are going to do it, if it means shutting down some locations where they seem to be hibernating in terms of any commercial trade, we would do it,” Governor Ambode said when he received the Acting Inspector General of Police, Mr Idris Kpotun Ibrahim, who was on a courtesy visit to the Lagos House, Ikeja.
He said his government will “make sure that we guarantee the lives of our people and whatever …

Iyanya signs with new management, says ‘Ubi remains my brother’

After four years, Iyanya Onoyom Mbuk, Nigerian entertainer better known as Iyanya, has severed ties with his record label, Made Men Music Group (MMMG).
The 29-year-old singer, who is a co-owner of MMMG, has signed a new deal with Temple Management Company, which will be representing him, moving forward.
The development connotes that Iyanya has officially parted ways with his former manager and partner, Ubi Franklin.
The singer made the announcement in an Instagram post late on Wednesday night. He also disclosed that he has “completed work” on his new album.
“Dear fans, I am pleased to announce that I have now signed on with Temple Management Company. About a year ago, Ubi and I discussed options to diversify our business interests and creative visions and we both agreed that we would explore all avenues open to us.
“So much has happened since and I have now completed work on my new album which will be released under a new record label.
“With both @thetemplecompany and the new album, …

If a girls can't pray for An hour don't marry Her

Enoch Adeboye, general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has advised youths of the church against marrying girls who are weak in prayers.
Fondly referred to as ‘Daddy GO’, Adeboye told young people in the church that a girl must be able to pray non-stop for at least an hour before being considered for marriage.
He also advised members of the church not to marry lazy girls or girls who cannot cook.
“Marry a prayer warrior! Any girl who cannot pray for one hour non-stop, don’t marry her,” he said.
“Don’t marry a girl who is lazy! You pay her family a surprise visit, and you see how she is doing… If she is lazy when she is single, what would happen if she is married?
“Don’t marry a girl who cannot cook, she needs to know how to do chores and cook because you cannot afford to be eating out all the time. Don’t marry a girl, who is worldly, if you do, you have carried what you will worship for the rest of your life.
“Don’t forget what I am telling you. It’s very impo…

Former President Jonathan Appointed To Lead AU Elections Observer Mission To Zambia

Former President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan is to lead the African Union Elections Observation Mission, AUEOM, to the Zambian general elections scheduled take place on October 11, 2016.
A statement posted on AU’s website yesterday stated that Jonathan would be leading members of the short term mission to join the continental body’s deployment of long term election experts who are already on ground in Zambia, adding that the chairperson of African Union Commission, AUC, approved it.
The statement read, “The Chairperson of the AUC has approved the deployment of African Union Elections Observation Mission, AUEOM, to the General Elections scheduled to place in the Republic of Zambia on October 11, 2016. “The deployment of the AUEOM will take place in two phases. The first phase comprise the deployment of long term election experts and took place from July 14 to August 22, 2016 and it is made up of 10 observers. “For the first time, the AU long term experts include election/ legal political/me…

See List Of Courses In Any Nigerian University That Offer Instant Admission When You Apply

So many seekers of admission haven’t observed something so obvious about how admission is been given in our Nigeria Universities and Polytechnics. So many aspirant go for competitive courses without knowing that if they go for a low competitive course, they can still change back to their initial course they want.
The list of courses below have put smiles on so many aspirant faces and many have changed back to the courses they have always wanted to do.
Below are the list of courses that guarantees one an automatic admission:
Soil science
Agricultural extension
Soil science
Irk and Crk
Art and design
Food and Nutrition

Popular South African Pastor Dies Following 30 Days Fasting To Beat Jesus Christ’s Record

The pastor’s corpse being carried away from the bush
A quick reminder not to dare God, after a popular South African pastor dies following 30 days fasting in a bid to break Jesus Christ’s record.
In a determined bid to break the record set by Jesus Christ of Nazareth, a 44-year-old popular South African pastor, Alfred Ndlovu, has died of malnutrition following a dry fasting that lasted for 30 days.
According to Buzz South Africa, the cleric left home on June 17 for a nearby bush to have prayers just like Jesus did in an attempt to equal or break Jesus Christ’s record of fasting for 40 days, but died just a month despite having no history of illness.
It was learnt that the pastor was alone in the wilderness and his body was found by a stranger who then called on his family, congragation and the police.
He was known by his family and community at large as a very spiritual person whose faith could move mountains and his death surprised everyone, even church members.
A close relative sai…

2 Private Hospital Doctors Arrested For Forgetting Towel In Patient After Surgery

Two doctors working with a private hospital in Lagos have been arrested by the police for allegedly forgetting a towel inside a patient after surgical operation.
The duo, Dr Taiwo Shogunle, 53 and Dr. Adeleke Olusegun, 43 of St. Raphael Divine Mercy Specialist Hospital at Ijede, Ikorodu, Lagos State have been arraigned before a Lagos Magistrates’ Court for allegedly causing the death of their patient, Omojola Bamgboye during surgical operation.
The doctors were arrested by operatives of the Zone 2 Command, Onikan, Lagos. After investigation by Inspector Monday Omoigui and his team, the doctors were arraigned before an Igbosere Magistrates’ Court, Lagos on a one count charge of felony, to wit, murder.
Police prosecutor, Supol Eshiet Eshiet told the court in charge No L/28/2016 that the accused persons committed the offence between 18 and 19 December, 2015 at St. Raphael Divine Mercy Specialist Hospital, Ijede, Ikorodu, Lagos.
Eshiet told the court presided by Magistrate A.T. Omoyele t…

Okonjo Iweala Begged Me Not To Say Nigeria Was Broke – Amaechi Says

Rotimi Amaechi, minister of transportation, has alleged that Nigeria went into recession under former President Goodluck Jonathan but that the government only covered it up by saying it was cash-strapped.
The minister, who spoke on The Osasu Show, said Okonjo-Iweala begged him to stop saying Nigeria was broke at the time.
Amaechi, who was then the chairman of Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF), said the economy went into a recession due to excessive borrowing.
When asked about the recession of the Nigerian economy, Amaechi said: “People just pick up words without knowing what words mean. Even under Goodluck we went into recession”.
“I am one of those who participated in the budget. We looked at what happened in the past and we discovered that actually if recession means three times (three quarters of negative economic growth), we have done more than the three times before we came in,” he said.
“The difference is that while our government is transparent and open, we are able to admit that…

CBN Tells Banks To Accept Cheques For Savings Accounts

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) yesterday directed banks and other financial institution to allow customers operating savings accounts to lodge in cheques.
CBN Director, Banking and Payment System Department, ‘Dipo Fatokun, who disclosed this in a circular, said savings account customers with Bank Verification Number (BVN) should be allowed to deposit cheques not more than N2 million in value into their accounts, per customer per day.
The CBN said the decision to allow cheques in savings accounts is in furtherance of its efforts at strengthening the Nigerian payments system.