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Monday, May 5, 2014

FFK accuses some'important individuals' of sponsoring Boko Haram in new article

 "Nigerian's don't want to accept the ugly fact that there are some key individuals, who some of them still literally worship and rever, that are the ones actually encouraging, fueling and funding Boko Haram and that are waging war against our people" Femi Fani Kayode writes in a new article titled 'The Haramites of Boko'. Quite an interesting read. Find it below... 
"My worst fears have been confirmed and sadly the Haramites of Boko have struck again. Another terrible bomb blast has taken place in Abuja and many innocent people have been butchered, slaughtered and maimed. At the last count the number of those killed is no less than 39 despite attempts by the international and local media to play the number of casualties down. This damning display of primordial and pure savagery by Boko Haram comes barely two weeks after over 100 innocent people, including women and children, were killed by another bomb, on the same spot and by the same people. This is surely too much for us to bear. 

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Facts, myths about frigidity: Why Some Women Cannot Enjoy S-ex

My Partner is se-xually frigid. There is nothing I do se-xually that moves her. Please help me, I am getting frustrated. What can we do?
*******Mr. Jones***
Se-xual frigidity can be a problem in marriage, but this article will go a long way in helping to educate the likes of Mr. Jones and his wife.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

REVEALED: How Boko Haram Is Being Sponsored By some Foreign Countries – FG

The Nigerian Government, Tuesday, told the United Nations Human Rights Council, that the Boko Haram insurgents in some parts of the country were being sponsored by some foreign countries.
Nigeria, also said that it will not bow to international pressure to allow same sex-marriage in the country, arguing that same was against its cultural and traditional values.

It also justified the execution of death row inmates in the country, contending that same was in accordance with its laws.
Continue after the break.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Facebook bug shuts out some users for hours

 For close to two hours, Monday afternoon, Facebook users were having difficulties in updating their status, post pictures and the like.

  • Attempts by users to update on the social networking site yielded this message: “There was a problem updating your status. Please try again in a few minutes.”

The peculiar bug was partially fixed after a couple of hours as some are able to operate their accounts accurately –  many still face difficulties.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

OJ Simpson gets parole on some charges but to remain in prison

Last week O.J. Simpson, 66, went before the Nevada Parole Board seeking an early release from prison on his 2008 kidnapping and robbery conviction. The retired American football player was sentenced to up to 33 years in prison for forcibly retrieving personal items from a sports memorabilia dealer, items O.J. said had been stolen from him. 
O.J. told the parole panel he regretted going to the hotel that night, explaining, "I just wish I never went to that room. I wish I just said keep it."
OJ was granted parole, but he will remain in prison. According to reports, OJ Simpson was granted parole on some charges but not on others and must serve at least 4 more years of his 33 year sentence.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Press Freedom: Nigeria Is Ahead Of Some African Countries – NUJ President (Video)

The president Nigerian Union of Journalist Mr. Garba Mohammed, speaking on the press freedom in Nigeria today said that what the government has accommodated in terms of analysis in most media houses cannot be accommodated in some countries in Africa, so Nigeria has gone far in achieving expression of speech.
While speaking on Channels Television’s Breakfast Show Sunrise Daily, he stated that Nigeria can’t be compared to Somalia because on a regular basis journalists are assaulted in Somalia, he said a committee will be set up to verify these claims.
 He added that being in a democratic system journalists have not been killed while performing their duties, except during insurgencies

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

There is Money In This country: See Some of the super cars they drive In ABuja

Some of the best and most expensive cars in the world can be found in Abuja, Nigeria. The super rich guys who live there do not play when it comes to their rides. There, you will find Chrome Ferrari, Ferrari California, Ferrari Italia, McLaren MP4, Mercedes SLS, Lamborghini Gallardo, Bugatti Veyron and many more exotic cars. See some of them after the break...all in Abuja...

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Yahoo Yahoo Boys: How To Avoid Some Scam Letters

Have you ever received mails from individuals or organizations you have never had any dealing with offering you huge amount of money for a lottery you didn’t enter for or an opportunity to share in the money of a deceased persons?
Chances are that you have if you are a regular internet user. These kinds of mail are from fraudsters and you should never be tempted to respond to them if you don’t want to lose your hard earned money to them.
A very common one is a mail from a non-existing international lottery organization informing you that your e mail address was picked in an end of the year promo. The mail will be so real that it contains your winning numbers and your e mail address to authenticate it, but it is 419.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

12 Reasons Why Some Women Don’t Date Nice Guys

Nice guys don’t usually need to be fixed. Bad boys usually do, so they become a project. Women think if they can “create” the perfect man, he will never leave them.
Women say they want a nice guy, yet usually end up dating bad boys. Here’s why.
1. Not real. Nice guys are too nice. No one can always be that nice unless they’re a saint. They are busy being nice instead of being real and women instinctually don’t trust that. Bad boys “keep it real.” Nice guys don’t want to upset the apple cart.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Some Lessons To Learn from Pope’s resignation

The sudden resignation of the pope or abdication of his authority or papacy or reign came to all Catholic faithful and indeed religious people all over the world as a shock. This the pontiff attributed to old age and his inability to be strong to continue in his capacity as Saint Peter’s successor and head of the Catholic fold.
 This hasn't happened in the history of the church for 400 years. This brings to mind the recent retirement of His eminence Anthony Cardinal Okojie, Emeritus Archbishop of Lagos, and many other religious and clergymen.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Facebook: Why some ‘likes’ are worth more than others

When Facebook announced its much-anticipated Graph Search earlier this week, there were two questions underpinning most commentators’ responses: will this make a lot of money, and can it beat Google at its own game? 
 So far as the first question is concerned, the stock market response – an initial dip of around three per cent – suggested caution verging on disappointment. On the second front, however, there has been greater optimism, not least because Facebook seems to have invented a whole new game of its own: the world’s first truly social search function.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

“Some Of Us Are Corrupt” – Outgoing Niger Delta JTF Boss Confess

The outgoing Commander of the Joint Task Force (JTF) operating in the Niger Delta, Major General Johnson Ochoga, on Friday admitted that some of its personnels were corrupt.He said this in PortHarcourt at a brief ceremony, ushering in the new Commander of the outfit, Major General Bata Debiro. Ochoga warned that any soldier caught in any form of corrupt act would be dealt with accordingly.He noted that the task force under him recorded major victories in the fight against oil theft and illegal oil bunkering in the region despite some noticeable shortcomings.

Friday, December 14, 2012

7 "FATTY" Foods that Can Help You to Get a Flat Stomach (some of these will surprise you!)

These 7 shocking Fatty (but healthy) super-foods can actually help you to burn body fat faster!
by Mike Geary, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist
Author of the best-seller -- The Truth about Six Pack Abs
At this point, the anti-fat propaganda has died and almost everybody understands by now that eating fat doesn't necessarily make you fat.  In fact, it's absolutely imperative to get enough healthy fats in your diet to keep your hormones balanced, blood sugar under control, and prevent cravings.  Here are 7 examples of "fatty" foods that can actually HELP you to get lean...

1.  Super Dark Chocolate (at least 72% cacao content or higher) - It might not be a secret anymore, but yes, dark chocolate (NOT milk chocolate) can be a very healthy food, even though it is technically calorie dense.
However, I would contend that dark chocolate can actually HELP you to burn off more body fat if you're the type of person that has a sweet tooth and likes to eat a lot of desserts.  In this case, just 1 or 2 small squares of dark chocolate can many times satisfy your sweet tooth for only 30 or 40 calories as opposed to 500 calories for a piece of chocolate cake or a piece of pie.

Also some brands of dark chocolate that are in the mid 70's in % cacao content or higher, can have a fairly high ratio of fiber content (I've seen some brands have 5 grams of fiber out of 15 grams of total carbs per serving), and relatively low sugar content compared to the amount of healthy fats.  In fact, that's one of the "tricks" I use to select a good quality chocolate... I look for more total fat than total carbs (or about the same number of grams of each).

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Some Economists Describe Nigeria As The Worst Place To Be Born In The World. (Agree ?)

Nigeria is known for many things, some good and admittedly, some really bad. In recent times, there have been a number of research reports completed by international organizations and the results have not be favourable for Nigeria. In October 2012, the African Insurance Organisation ranked Nigeria as the “Kidnap for Ransom Capital of the World” accounting for 25% of Global Kidnappings. In June 2012, the Global Peace Index ranked Nigeria as the sixth most dangerous African country to live in.

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