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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Saraki Meets Nigeria Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo As Presidency Reveals Senate’s Plot

Overwhelmed by negative reactions to some observations on the floor of the Senate, the President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki on Thursday night held a secret meeting with the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.

Investigation revealed that the Senate President’s meeting with the Acting President was based on “some developments that occurred in the Senate during the week, including the suspension of consideration of further nominations by the Executive in protest against the retention of the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Magu, and the consequent threats of impeachment by some Senators.

A source said: “The Senate President met with the Acting President. He actually came alone and without the paraphernalia of his office to underscore his commitment to rapprochement between the Executive and the National Assembly.

“Saraki took time to explain a few things to the Acting President, but the talks bordered on the clarification of a few misgivings, especially the rumour that he was planning to become the Acting President or instigating the Senate against the Presidency.

“He also took time to explain why the Senate wanted its resolutions respected in line with the principle of separation of powers.

“Above all, the session was actually frank.”

Findings made by our correspondent also showed that Thursday’s meeting between Osinbajo and Saraki was preceded by a visit the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress ( APC), Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, paid the Acting President on Wednesday night.

Before his visit to Osinbajo, Odigie-Oyegun was said to have reached out to the Senate leadership, asking them to prevail on warring senators to tread softly so as not to plunge the nation into unnecessary crisis.

A government source said: “The APC National chairman came at a time the Acting President was about to have a meeting with a select group of government officials. He was asked to join the meeting, which bordered on the battle line drawn by the Senate.

“During the session, the APC National chairman said he had interacted with Saraki and advised the Senate leadership and Senators to ‘lie low’ and avoid anything capable that was capable of plunging the nation into crisis.

“Oyegun also said the APC could not understand why the party in power would be in opposition against itself.

“No one can say if Oyegun’s intervention was responsible for the visit of the Senate President to Osinbajo.”

There were indications yesterday that the Presidency had uncovered four planks on which the Senate is hinging its threats of impeachment.

One of them is the running battle between the Presidency and the Senate over continued stay of the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Magu, in office.

A reliable Presidency source said: “Intelligence report revealed that some senators have identified four issues to take the Presidency on.

“These issues are insistence on the removal of Magu; the renewal of the row between the chamber and the Comptroller-General of the Nigerian Customs Service, Col. Hamid Ali(rtd); the alleged denigrating comments of the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption(PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay and alleged constitutional breaches by the Acting President and the Presidency in general.

“Although the President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, told the party leadership that the impeachment kite caught him unawares and he swiftly overruled the senators behind it, intelligence report indicated that “it was a kite flying agenda” by some senators.

“The government does not wholly believe the defence of the Senate leadership. It is closely monitoring events and putting safety valves in place, including legal dimension.

“Part of the intelligence report showed that some senators had plotted the impeachment script before the Tuesday session.

“Those who tabled the motion were actually not aware that the Acting President had returned to the country.”

It was learnt at press time yesterday that some past leaders (names withheld) had teamed up with the Acting President against the threats from the Senate.

“These leaders have told the Acting President to remain focused and ignore elements trying to cause political upheaval in the country.

“In fact, they assured Osinbajo of their support. These are leaders who the government thought had identified with the Senate.”

The tone for the impeachment process was set by two issues raised on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday.

The Senate had on Tuesday taken exception to the retention of the Acting Chairman of EFCC, Mr. Ibrahim Magu, and the Executive’s alleged non-compliance with the resolutions of the Senate.

The President of the Senate had said: “This is an issue that we have to once and for all address. We cannot pass laws and see that the laws are not being obeyed. This resolution must be obeyed by the Acting President, otherwise we will take appropriate actions and resolutions.”

On the same day, Senators Eyinanya Abaribe and Kabiru Marafa had under Point of Order asked the Senate President to become Acting President in the absence of President Muhammadu Buhari and the Acting President, who was away for AU meeting in Addis Ababa.

Marafa said: “If the President is not around, the Vice President should act, and if the Vice President is not around, the Senate President, who is the number 3 citizen should become Acting President.”
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Tragedy; Container Falls Over Commercial Bus In Ojota Lagos Killing Five People (See Photos)

No fewer than five persons lost their lives in the early hours of Saturday after a truck fell on a bus in the Ojota area of Lagos.

It was learnt that the occupants of the bus were church goers returning from a monthly vigil.

The accident occurred when a truck carrying two 20ft containers fell on a commercial bus with Reg. No. FST 944 XR, and crushed five persons to death on the spot.

Mr Adesina Jamiu, the General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, who confirmed the accident, said that three other passengers were rescued.

The dead bodies were taken to Ikorodu General Hospital, while those alive were taken to Lagos State Emergency unit at old Toll Gate Alausa.

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Check Out What EJ Johnson Wore on Friday (Photos)

EJ Johnson, the son of basketball legend Magic Johnson, stepped out in this sheer outfit on Friday.
See another photo below..

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Inspiring Bible Quote of The Day!

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NHIS Boss Been Suspended By Federal Government Due To N58m SUV

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, on Friday announced the suspension of the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme, Prof. Usman Yusuf, for three months.

Findings revealed that one of the allegations against Yusuf was that he bought a sport utility vehicle for N58m.

In a statement signed by the Director of Media and Public Relations at the Ministry of Health, Mrs. Boade Akinola, the minister said the suspension was due to a series of petitions written against Yusuf.

The statement read in part, “The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has directed the Executive Secretary / Chief Executive Officer of National Health Insurance Scheme, Prof. Usman Yusuf, to proceed on three months suspension with immediate effect.

“According to the directive, the suspension was a result of various allegations and petitions against him. The minister also said he had directed the setting up of an investigative committee to look into the various allegations in accordance with the public service rules.

“The suspension became necessary to allow for an uninterrupted investigation. Prof. Usman Yusuf was, however, directed to hand over to the next most senior general manager in the agency.”
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Some Costly Mistakes People Make With Business Investments

It’s too easy to make costly mistakes with business investments, especially when you are not armed with the right information and knowledge to guide you.

Here are some costly mistakes people make with business investments.

1). Investing Money They’ll Need Soon
Avoid these kinds of investments that are just based on speculation and market timing. If you are setting money aside for a goal, the money shouldn’t be considered or used for sudden and unplanned investments, especially those that are likely to keep your money on lockdown for a long period of time. You can easily end up regretting it when important and time-sensitive expenses come up.

2). Not Doing Their Homework
Before investing in any business, it is extremely important to do your homework and research to know the ‘ins and outs of the underlying business’. It is important to understand how the business grows, makes profits and basically, the rubrics of the business. Before engaging in any business investment, you should always remember Peter Lynch’s investment maxim, which states clearly that you should ‘Invest in what you know’.

3). Neglecting Legal Counsel
Neglecting legal counsel on business investments is a highly risky, and it can result in damaging consequences. A lot of first-time investors believe that lawyers are just out to get their money, and while that might be partly true, the legal counsel from these lawyers are also very valuable and vital in protecting your interests and resources in any business investment, especially if things unexpectedly go wrong. For example, consider the case of a designer that unknowingly signed a contract that gave her handbag company the trademark to her name. When investors eventually came in, her company name belonged to them, and she was pained by the fact that she could no longer use her own company name. She wished she had gotten a lawyer to give her proper legal counsel. Therefore, it is very necessary to get the right attorney who understands your business goals and can protect your interests well.

4). Being Emotional With Investments
Mixing emotions with business or money can be very costly, you need to remain as focused, logical and rational as possible. Don’t be an investor that invests without tangible information or evidence, and don’t be an investor that invests based on a hope or desire that things will pull through or get better. Think well and be logical and rational about investments. The two most important emotions you should guard against in making business investments is fear and false hope. According to AoL Finance, basic signs of an emotional investor include: holding on to a failing stock thinking it will come back at some point; selling a stock at the first sign of a loss; and being glued to the financial news cycle.

5). Procrastinating Investments
Try to avoid not investing early enough because all it really results in is losing good opportunities to grow your money. Stop with the excuses that make you postpone investments, and just do it.
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Nigeria Police Says Evans Is Save, Hale & Hearty In Their Custody

The Police high command has dismissed report of alleged disappearance or death of billionaire kidnapper, Chukwuduneme Onwuamadike, alias Evans, in its custody.

It said contrary to the report, the kidnapper was not only firmly in its custody hale and hearty but also was very much assisting it in its ongoing investigation of alleged crimes he perpetrated while holding sway in his profession.

Reacting to the report following enquiry from newsmen, Weekend, in Abuja, Force Headquarters, through its spokesman, Jimoh Moshood, a Deputy Superintendent of Police, DSP, insisted that Evans never vanished from its custody nor died as being rumoured.

But Moshood described those peddling the rumour as mischief makers who were only out to tarnish the hard earned image of the Nigerian Police not only in crime fighting but also prevention as well as investigation. See the tweet below..

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Friday, July 7, 2017

Destiny Boy (The Davido's 'IF' Fuji Sytle Remix) In an Exclusive Interview With Tooxclusive TV

No talent is wasted. Destiny Boy in an exclusive interview with Tooxclusive TV.

The little boy who made the remix of Davido's Song "IF" in a Fuji style opens up on some issues in this interview.

This is a motivational interview for everybody out there, no matter what level you may be. This video will surely inspire you.

I'm sure you will enjoy it. And after watching it, you will never hide you talent.

Download and enjoy.

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Vera Sidika Puts Her Lovely Body On Display In New Beautiful Photos

As Kenyan socialite, Vera Sidika, shared via Snapchat as she vacations in Miami. See photos below..

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Media Personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu Shares Beautiful Selfie of Him Cuddling With His Cute Daughter

The Media personality, Ebuka was pictured with his adorable few-months-old daughter!, Jeweluchi
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“Be Of Good Heart and Pray For Buhari, Including Nigeria at Large” - Apostle Suleman To Christians

Apostle Johnson Suleman, has urged Nigerians to pray for the country and the quick recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The president left the country for health treatment close to two months ago.

During the ‘Divine Intervention Service’ which held on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th of July, 2017, at the headquarters of the Omega Fire Ministries, International Worship Centre, Auchi, Edo State, the famous preacher said that as Nigerians, we have no choice than to wish our dear country well, and the president.

Apostle Suleman has remained consistent with his vow never to keep silent in the face of any believer attacking the other believer, however, he appealed to both Muslims and Christians to maintain peace and shun violence.

“As Nigerians, we have no choice but to pray for our dear country. We need peace in Nigeria and we are going to pray for Nigeria and the president. From the North to the West to the South to the East, I know a certain people are agitating while other people are raising their voice. If there is crisis in Nigeria, it will consume all of us. We don’t need crisis we need peace. You cannot talk of development, jobs and infrastructure without peace. So, every believer must work and pray for peace, we want peace. Let’s not be part of violence. Success, expansion, infrastructural development, emancipation of any dimension, all come on the platform of peace. When there is no peace there can’t be progress. When there is no peace there can’t be opportunities because people that would want to invest in the country will not come if we have crisis.”

Continuing, the renowned cleric said; “It is an irresponsible act for anyone to be wishing the president death. Nobody who has a good heart will be wishing a leader death. You don’t wish your leader death. Nigerians should be careful as only God has the power of life and death. Stop wishing the president death.

If your husband or wife is sick, would you wish him or her death? Buhari is somebody’s husband and father. If your father is sick, would you wish him death? I know that what I’m saying now some Christians won’t like it. But that is the truth. Stop wishing the president death. Pray for his health, life belongs to God. I see peace in Nigeria and there will be peace in Nigeria.”

Speaking against the backdrop of the insinuation that some preachers do incite violence, Apostle Suleman denied ever inciting violence but said he would maintain his stand against any attempt at killing Christians in a nation that belongs to all.

“I don’t incite violence, I have never incited violence. But no true man of God who loves his people would keep burying them and do nothing about it,” he notes.

Meanwhile, the preacher popularly referred as ‘The Restoration Apostle’ will take the ministry’s healing and miracle conference, ‘Help From Above’ to Minnesota, America, on 18th and 19th of July, 2017. He will return to Nigeria for the Umuahia, Abia State edition of the conference between Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th of July, 2017. The International Ministers’ Conference holds in Cameroon on the third of August, 2017, a day after the two-day ‘Help From Above’ conference hosting in Limbe, Cameroon. On the 7th and 8thof August, 2017, the ‘Help From Above’ train will move to Vienna, Austria.

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Man Killed Hired Killer Whom He Hired To Kill His Wife

The headline is confusing right?. Alright, continue reading..

A Nevada jury sentenced to death a man convicted of killing the hitman he’d hired to murder his sixth wife

Last week, jurors found Thomas Randolph, 62, guilty on two counts of first-degree murder. On Wednesday, they handed down two death sentences for the 2008 murders — one for the murder of his sixth wife, Sharon Causse, and the other for his hired hitman, Michael James Miller, PEOPLE confirms.

On August 23, Randolph will return to court for the formal entry of the death sentence by a judge.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Randolph showed no emotion when the sentence was read. Colleen Beyer, the daughter of the woman Randolph ordered to be killed, cried and embraced friends.

“He’s a monster,” Beyer told the Review-Journal. “He’s one evil, evil monster.”

In 2008, Randolph told police he saw an intruder in a black ski mask in the entrance hallway of his home after finding his wife shot. NBC3 News Las Vegas reports that Randolph claimed he acted in self-defense and fatally shot the intruder.

The Review-Journal reports Randolph has been held without bail since 2009 in the Clark County Detention Center.

Randolph was to get more than $360,000 in insurance money after Causse’s death, reports the Review-Journal.

In 1986, Randolph went on trial for allegedly killing his second wife, Becky Gault, in Utah, the Las Vegas Sun reports. Gault’s death was eventually deemed a suicide by the coroner and Randolph was acquitted. Her death provided roughly $500,000 in insurance money for Randolph, the Review-Journal reports.

In his last trial, the prosecution pointed out similarities between Causse’s 2008 death and Gault’s 1986 death.

“I don’t think the jury could have come up with anything else but death,” Sandra Miner, a friend of Randolph’s wife, told NBC3.

Miner said “if they could resurrect him, he deserves to be killed a second time,” reports NBC3.

Last Friday, after Randolph had been convicted and was facing the death penalty, the 62-year-old wore a Tony Romo jersey into the courtroom, the Review-Journal reports.

The Review-Journal reports that Randolph’s defense attorneys plans to appeal, but all capital punishment cases are automatically appealed, the court told PEOPLE. If the judge confirms Randolph’s sentence on Aug. 23, an automatic appeal will take place.

This article was originally published on PEOPLE
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Daughter of GLO Boss, Mike Adenuga, Oyinda Set To Get Married (See Photos)

GLO Network CEO Mike Adenuga's daughter Oyinda will wed Adeolu Abayomi Olufeko tomorrow July 8,2017.

The Couple already had their introduction and traditional Marriage ceremonies.

Happy married life in advance to them.
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Hilarious; The Clear Difference Between a Restaurant, Canteen & a Bukka

This is somehow funny. See thus tweet below...

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Easy Ways To Make Money On Instagram

If you want to make money off in stage am think content management. Below are some easy tips to help you.

But firstly, you need to grow your followers and how do you do that?

1). You can either buy or grow them organically using content. Organically in the sense that your followers are real while you can opt to buy followers and add to your already growing followers. For example pages like krastv (over 1million followers)is handled by a human and they have a large following because of their funny videos and then brands noticed them (new music artists, hair makers, MUAs etc).

So what brands looking for online influencers do is to search for handles with large following, pay them to post a video/photo promoting their product (doesn't come for free) because they know the number of followers and people who visit that page daily will definitely see the post. You would have started watching the video with the hope of laughing before you'd realise it's an advert.

Celebs charge more because of their status, so most starting brands can't afford them instead they seek help of ordinary Instagram users with large following. So instead of paying a celeb with 2million followers that will charge maybe 500k per post, they'd pay you 50k with your 10k followers to promote their business.

2). Also, to grow your following/followers I will take you back to content.
Content is key, no one will follow a boring page, you have to be active and let your posts be escorted with lots of hash tags. You also have to define if your page is personal or for business. Instagram gives you that option when opening an account,to choose between a personal or business account where you can set your email, phone number on your page that people can quickly contact you on if they need your service.

For example, post a bikini photo of you and hashtag #bikinibody #summerbody #fineass #slimthick #melaninpopping #swimmer #ignoremyshenanigans #ireallydohatehashtags

3). Use Hastags
You'd find about 1,759,990 people using same hashtag #summerbody. Once anyone clicks on the hashtag your post will also show and anyone anywhere even when they aren't following you will see it (power of hashtags) #hashtagsarenotcompletelyuseless.

Before you know especially if the bikini photo is fire because you know Bella la hot, people will follow you to see more.

4). Use Geotags too, visited a zoo recently? Put location on the post and people who visited and used same location will see it and follow you if they think you might have more information about the place
Yeah that's how people make money, so while you're busy being a keypad warrior on blogs, you can channel it into being a content manager for either yourself or brands on social media, it is not limited to Instagram alone. It's also called online marketing (Instagram comedians started from Instagram and now most do stand ups and get invited to events and are paid well).

If you can't do comedy like wofai who is now attending red carpets, you can decide to run a page that posts pictures of beautiful women or men, abstract pictures (maybe danfo carrying rams) etc. See the content is out there, find it and use it.

5). You can also make up a cool hashtag and get people to start using it instead of following the crowd.

6). Link your Instagram to other platforms, so that people on Facebook for example will see when you post and like or decide to follow you on Instagram.

7). Be out there, manage accounts for people and help them grow their business especially if you know how to write catching headlines that accompany posts.

8). Don't do it for free, so many Instagram celebs started from Twitter and make cool money now

9). Have you followed me today? #Ieatasunforaliving #islayhard #Iamdoppelganger #stoptrollingcelebsandmakeyourownmoney

10- #natheworkweywedeydo #SDKtohbadt #Amebonobecrime
#dopplegangersideeyes #hehehehehehehhe

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Gunmen Kidnappers Demand N14m Ransom For The Release of The 14 Kidnapped Passengers

Fourteen passengers travelling from Warri in Delta State to Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, have been kidnapped by gunmen at Rumoji, near Port-Harcourt.

Security sources said on Thursday that the incident occurred on Monday.

It was gathered that the gun-wielding hoodlums waylaid the bus and dragged all occupants into a nearby bush from where they were whisked away.

Punch Metro gathered that the hoodlums, who had contacted the family of the victims, demanded N1m ransom on each for the passengers.

A source said, “The gunmen have reduced the ransom to N100,000 for each of the passengers.

“The 14-seater bus was travelling to Port Harcourt when the men waylaid it and kidnapped all occupants, including the driver.”

When contacted, the Commissioner of Police in Delta State, Mr. Zanna Ibrahim, confirmed the incident.

He however, explained that the kidnap happened at Rumoji in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, and not in his domain (Delta State).

“The incident actually happened in Rumoji in Port Harcourt and not in Delta State.

“The passengers were travelling from Delta State to Port Harcourt, in Rivers State. They were kidnapped in Rumoji in Rivers State,” he added.
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New Amendment Been Made Which Allows NOUN Graduates To Be Eligible For NYSC & Law School

The Senate has passed an amendment to the law establishing the National Open University, which will make graduates of the institution eligible for mobilisation by the National Youth Service Corps and to attend the Nigerian Law School.

The passage followed the adoption of a report by the Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFund on the ‘Bill for An Act to Amend the National Open University Act Cap N6 LFN 1983 (Amendment) Bill 2017’ by the lawmakers at the plenary on Thursday.

In the report, the Senate panel stated that the amendment to the National Open University of Nigeria Act was to bring the institution at par with the regular universities in the country.

The report said, “The objectives of the bill are as follows: firstly, to amend the existing legislation with a view to removing the perception of the public about the university in respect of the word ‘correspondence,’ which gives the impression that the university is not a full-time university and, as such, seen as part-time.

“These two concepts – correspondence and part-time – significantly affect the way the public views the programs run by the university. This has been the reason why the Law graduates of the school are not admitted into the Nigerian Law School as well as the reason for the non-inclusion of the graduates of the university into the National Youth Service Corps scheme.

“Secondly, to include lnformation and Communication Technology as another means of providing tuition towards the advancement of learning throughout Nigeria. The National Open University, as currently run, depends critically on virtual learning and students’ individual research, hence, the need for improvement and introduction of helpful learning tools as presented by lCT. This will further deal with the challenge of limited access in the tertiary education sector.”
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Nigeria Super Eagles Goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme Suffers Acute Leukaemia

Wolves and Nigeria Super Eagles goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme is to begin chemotherapy after being diagnosed with acute leukaemia.

The Championship club say Ikeme, 31, returned "abnormal blood tests" during pre-season testing and further checks confirmed the diagnosis.

Ikeme has been with Wolves for his entire career, making more than 200 appearances for Wanderers.

Thirty-three of those came last season, having previously been in the team that won the League One title in 2013-14. "It would be an understatement to say that everyone at Wolves has been shocked and saddened to hear the news of Carl's diagnosis," said Wolves managing director Laurie Dalrymple.

"That relates to both players and staff as Carl has been at the club for a very long time and remains such an integral personality within the group.

"At the same time, we all know what a fighter and a competitor Carl is, and I have no doubt that he will take all of those attributes into this battle.

"Similarly, its goes without saying that Carl and his family will receive the full love and support that we at Wolves can provide - we are all with him every single step of the way towards a full recovery."

Football clubs, players and team-mates of Ikeme, past and present, have been offering their support to the goalkeeper on social media.

Striker Nouha Dicko: "No words can express how I feel right now. I love you Carl. We are all with you, you are a strong man, a strong wolf. Stay strong bro."

Winger Jordan Graham: "Kemes - you're like a second father to me. The love I have for you I can't even put into words. Stay strong we are ALL with you bro!"

Midfielder Dave Edwards: "On and off the pitch you are a role model to so many Carl Ikeme...we are all by you and your family's side right now and we all love you!"

Millwall midfielder Jed Wallace: "One of the most genuine people you could wish to meet. Role model on and off the pitch. Stay strong big fella."

Norwich winger Matt Jarvis: "Stay strong big man! Wishing you my best!"

Bolton striker Adam Le Fondre: "Absolutely gutted to hear - one of football's top guys! My thoughts are with you and your family!!"
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Adedeji's Family Says Aregbesola’s Outburst Against Deji Adedeji Is Appalling

For describing business mogul, Deji Adeleke, as being insane, the family of the late Isiaka Adeleke, yesterday, faulted Governor Rauf Aregbesola, saying the outburst was appalling.

This was contained in a statement issued by the Adeleke family in reaction to the statement made by the governor at a campaign rally in Ede on Wednesday.

Aregbesola, at the campaign of the All Progressives Congress in the Osun-West senatorial district by-election holding on Saturday, said Deji might have gone mad because of the death of his elder brother, Isiaka.

The governor’s vituperation was in reaction to an allegation that he owed Deji money. But Aregbesola said he did not borrow any money from Deji at anytime, saying it was the Adelekes that had been collecting money from him.

He said, “Deji Adeleke is a businessman, he is not a politician but it is like his brother’s death has run him mad. (O dabi pe iku egbon e ti da lori ru). It is a lie that I borrowed money from Deji.

“It is to the glory of God that they got the Certificate of Occupancy of their university from our government. Why didn’t those who are their new friends give them the C-of-O of that university? If Deji Adeleke had so much money, why did he beg me to waive the payable tax of his university? Why couldn’t he just pay?

“I am bold enough to say this over and over again because I have never sought assistance from any member of the Adeleke family, even during the lifetime of Senator Isiaka Adeleke. Nothing of such occurred.”

But the Adeleke family stated that the utterance of Aregbesola was not befitting of a governor, stressing that the governor, who had not held the television programme, ‘Ogbeni Till Day Break’, for some years, hurriedly organised one after the sudden death of Isiaka and he danced all night long during the show.

The statement read, “What’s more appalling is Aregbesola’s outburst – as widely quoted in major newspapers, that Senator Isiaka Adeleke’s sudden death ‘has affected the psyche’ of Dr Deji Adeleke. How? One may want to ask: If Aregbesola has a giant, a towering personality and eminent person like the late Senator Isiaka Adeleke in his family, and he lost such a distinguished personality to the cold hands of death, will he take to the streets and dance merrily?

“Why should Ogbeni Aregbesola carry politics to this ridiculous end and act like a tin god, who will never leave the office as governor and this transient world as a human being? To those of us living, inclusive of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, we don’t know how we will end up. Senator Isiaka Adeleke died gloriously. The whole world celebrated his death.”

“What is the sin of the Adeleke family in putting one of their own forward to contest the Osun-West senatorial by-election, if that is what is giving Ogbeni Aregbesola some concern.

“If Aregbesola is talking of a contentious Certificate of Occupancy, is he the one that provided the billions of naira that put Adeleke University up as the ‘Harvard’ of Nigeria?”
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Thursday, July 6, 2017

[MUSIC] elGIZE – Omotena

Here’s a brand new tune from eIGIZE. This is entitled “Omotena”.

Download and Enjoy!.

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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

See New Photos of Famous Musician, Kcee

The musician shared these photos of himself in different 'Garbs' yesterday....He looks so good and I have never seen clothes look so good on a man..#mytwocents

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Photos From The Traditional Wedding of International Footballer, Ahmed Musa With Juliet

Leicester City FC Star, Ahmed Musa on July 1st traditonally married Juliet and after the traditional wedding they held their thanksgiving service at the St. Columba Catholic Church in Idum Mbube, Cross Rivers state on Sunday July 2nd.

Ahmed is a Muslim and entitled to marry four wives while Juliet is Catholic and from Ogoja. See more photos below..

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How Do You Know If You Are Enough For Your Husband?

I cuddle up to him as he sits and reads on the couch. I sheepishly look into his eyes and wish he could see the turmoil of my heart. "Do you love me?" I ask and wait with baited breath for his response.

Tenderly he lifts my chin and smiles, "Of course I love you."

And I know he does. In the time I have known him he has never done anything to make me believe otherwise.

Yet I doubt. I wonder if he loves me. I wonder if I am enough.

Rewind fifteen years to a collection of women sitting around a u-shaped table. I was twenty-something, in a room of other up-and-coming twenty-somethings who had been chosen for a "preacher's intensive" with a world class speaker. She was introduced and the room silenced in awe.

"What have you got to prove?" she asked.
And one by one, we acknowledged what we had to prove.

All who went before me answered something along the lines of, "I have to prove Jesus is the Son of God who died for the sins of the world." Very spiritual, God-fearing answers.

I started to freak out. While I loved God with all my heart, it wasn't the first thing to pop into my mind when asked what I was trying to prove.

When it came my turn to answer I swallowed hard knowing I was about to make myself vulnerable.

"That I'm good enough," I shrugged. "Not a very godly answer."

There was a hush in the room as our mentor responded, "But an honest one."

While a decade and a half has passed between my admission and today, it appears I have not changed. I still find myself trying to prove I am enough. Even to my husband, the one man on earth whom I don't need to prove myself and has never made me feel less than enough.

But let's be honest, though there is no reason for me to feel this way, I regularly feel I am not enough.

Because I regularly don't feel enough, I have trained myself to know I am enough. And there is a big difference. I have learnt to silence feelings and go with what I know. Knowing trumps feelings every time.

Knowing will not work when it is rooted in yourself. It has to be rooted in something stronger. The mothers at school drop-off will not help you know you are enough. Your husband cannot convince you you are enough. Knowing you are enough only comes through the Word of God.

1). You are enough as a homemaker
Proverbs 14:1 "A wise woman builds her home, but a foolish woman tears it down with her own hands."

I am not the greatest homemaker. My home looks more like a bomb site than the cover of House and Garden. But building your home has nothing to do with pendant lighting or color palettes. Building the home is a matter of the heart. A wise woman builds her house with love, laughter, peace, kindness, patience - I think they're called the fruit of the Spirit. So what if the dishes are piled high and the beds aren't made, if the fruits of the Spirit are at work within the family, the home is built.

2). You are enough in the bedroom.
Song of Solomon 4:9-10, 12 "You have captured my heart, my treasure, my bride. You hold it hostage with one glance of your eyes, with a single jewel of your necklace. Your love delights me, my treasure, my bride. Your love is better than wine, your perfume more fragrant than spices."

"You are my private garden, my treasure, my bride, a secluded spring, a hidden fountain."

There are times when I look in the mirror and feel I am not enough. Some parts of my body I wish were bigger and other parts I wish were smaller. Now I can get all hung up on this, but it benefits no one. And it is not truth. Song of Solomon says I am captivating; a delight; my love is better than wine.

Girlfriend, you are more than enough. Your husband chose you. He was excited by the thought of having you all to himself when he got down on one knee. You are anything but boring. You have no idea how intoxicating you are.

3). You are enough of a woman.
Proverbs 31:28-29 "Her children stand and bless her. Her husband praises her: 'There are many virtuous and capable women in the world, but you surpass them all!'"

Women tend to downplay their achievements. They naturally shy away from praise and accolades. Therefore it is with confidence I say, woman, you are more incredible than you think you are. If only you could see yourself the way others do. The way your husband does. You would see of all the amazing women on the earth, you are greater than them all.

No, you may not feel like you are enough. But feelings are unreliable. Know. Know you are enough. In the eyes of your husband and in the eyes of God, you are more than enough.
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"Only Court Can Stop The Recall Process of Dino Melaye" - INEC Tells Sanate

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of Nigeria, has stated that only a legitimate court order can stop the recall process of Senator Dino Melaye.

The Chief Press Secretary to INEC chairman, Rotimi Oyekanmi, said this on Tuesday while speaking to newsmen in Abuja.

The commission has already fixed August 19 for verification of signatures of petitioners demanding Melaye’s recall, amid various lawsuits instituted to stop the process.

“The constituents came with sacks of documents which they said were `the signatures’ of more than half of the voting population of Kogi West Senatorial District, which Melaye represents.

“They also presented a register of the said signatories and a letter, asking INEC to begin the process of recalling the Senator representing that particular district.

“Subsequently, the commission, in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Sections 116 of the Electoral Act 2010 (as amended), on Monday issued a timetable and schedule of activities for the recall of the Senator.

“The first stage is a verification exercise slated for July 10, 2017. “To that extent, filing a lawsuit is not enough to stop INEC from carrying out its legitimate duty.
“Only a legitimate court order or an injunction can be considered by the commission,” he said.

On claims by Melaye that some of the signatures submitted to INEC were forged and that names of dead registered voters were also included, Oyekanmi said: “The commission will adopt its normal way of conducting the verification exercise, which will be applicable to both the literate and not-so-literate.”

Source: Dailypost
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Check Out These Warning Signs To Know If A Person Loves Money Too Much

There’s a fine line of difference sometimes, but here are 10 signs you might love money.

1). You Are Obsessed with Becoming Rich
The concern here is not wealth itself; it is only the love of money that is evil. It is the compulsive and sometimes unethical pursuit of wealth that leads to ruin.

People with this heart attitude set themselves up for temptations and snares —
“senseless and harmful desires” that can lead to destruction and may even cause them to “wander away” from trust in God (1 Timothy 6:9-10).

2). You Are Living Beyond Your Means
This is a huge issue in a culture of abundance. Examine your checkbook, bank account, and credit card statements, and you’ll soon discover if this issue of greed is your heart problem.

Who is ruling us when we over-spend, or when we build up credit card debt and accumulate “beyond our means” to quickly repay? Proverbs 22:7 says “the borrower is the slave of the lender.”

3). You Are Becoming A Show-off
It’s not a matter of “keeping up with the Joneses” now, but also the fashion trends of the Kardashians and the Hollywood crowd, and every enticement from Apple and the

Shopping Channel and… it never ends!
The Bible says our unhealthy desires of the flesh, our constant cravings for things we see, and our pride in possessions are “not from the Father” (1 John 2:16).

But we love to flaunt our new purchases, don’t we? God gives us many things to enjoy, but we’re not to become “haughty” or proud, setting our hopes on “the uncertainty of riches” (1 Timothy 6:17).

Consider where and how you seek acceptance. Listen to your conversations. Check out what you post on Facebook. Are they are reflection of your thoughts and beliefs about money? Are you praising God for His good gifts, or bragging?

4). You Forgotten the Source
We love money when our hope and security are misplaced, rooted in our financial accounts rather than the Lord. Those who find their security in their possessions may come emotionally unglued when their valuables fall apart or “thieves break in and steal” (Matthew 6:19).

Sometimes money draws us away from trusting God in subtle ways. If you’re not sure you’re wandering, ask, “Does money bring me more joy and satisfaction than loving, obeying and serving the Lord?”

Deuteronomy 8:18 says, “You shall remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you power to get wealth.”

5). You Are Tempted to Sin
The love of money can lead us to many choices for sinful gain: cheating, etc.

Love of money clouds good judgment. Blinded by greed and lusts, you may get caught in “a snare” (1 Timothy 6:9).

Guard your heart, and if you find yourself tempted to make sinful financial choices, repent of losing your “first love” and return to the Lord!
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Ugandan Civil Servants In New Laws of Dress

The Ministry for Public Service in Uganda has directed public servants to dress “decently”, and has warned women not to show their cleavage, wear short skirts, sleeveless blouses and long hair.

Women’s pant-suits are allowed, but female public servants will not wear any tight-fitting clothing.

Flat, open shoes are also ruled out, except in cases where one can prove that it is for medical reasons.

The circular further states that accessories should be modest and women should not have bright hair colour, braids or extensions.

Men are required to wear neat, long-sleeved shirts, jackets and ties, trousers that are not tight, keep their hair short and neat, and also not wear brightly-coloured clothes.

The circular is derived from Public Service Standing Orders on dress-code, put in place in 2010.

However, the dress-code does not seem to have been paid much attention until now.
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Prayer of The Day!

All these we ask, in the Mighty name of Jesus. Amen!
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