Monday, 30 November 2015

Tyson Fury is the new heavyweight champion of the world after defeating Wladimir Klitschko

Englishman Tyson Fury beat Wladimir Klitschko by unanimous points decision on a sensational night in Germany
The 27-year-old shone throughout the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight title bout in Dusseldorf on Saturday night
Fury didn't allow Klitschko to settle and the Ukrainian looked rattled, refusing to throw his right hand properly.
The Mancunian – a 4/1 underdog – baffled Klitschko with a measured fight in which he utilised his height and youth
For Fury there is now the prospect of a huge unification bout with American holder of the WBC title, Deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury ended the decade-long reign of the great Wladimir Klitschko with a display of astonishing nerve and virtuosity – just as he said he would.
The 27-year-old Mancunian giant made the near-40-year-old Klitschko look slow and old with elusive daring, his impudent taunting and, above all, with his quickness of hand and foot.
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Sunday, 29 November 2015

Looted fund is being returned through CBN- Femi Adesina

According to Punch, public funds that have been returned by some past government officials who looted the treasury while in power are currently with the Central Bank of Nigeria.
President Muhammadu Buhari during an interactive session he had with members of the Nigerian community in the Islamic Republic of Iran had previously said that some past government officials who stole public funds had started returning parts of their loot voluntarily.
However, he did not disclose the identities of the former government officials who have so far returned parts of the looted fund or the amount returned to the public treasury.

Punch however, revealed that the returned loot is with the CBN, although the amount could not be immediately ascertained at the time of filing their report.
The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, confirmed that the looted fund was being returned to government coffers through the CBN.
He said:
“The looted fund is being returned through CBN. Only the bank can speak on the procedure, and how much has been returned so far.”
“The President has not made a declaration on whether those who returned money voluntarily would still be prosecuted or not.”
The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, told journalists at Friday’s Federation Accounts Allocation Committee meeting in Abuja that the govt hasn't specified how much has been returned. She said:
“There is no figure on the funds being returned yet. The process is ongoing. When it is completed and the accounts are available, they would be returned to where they were stolen from. We haven’t come to that yet.”
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Saturday, 28 November 2015

‘Mic On The Beat’ Takes Music In Nigeria To Another Stage For Upcoming Artistes (Who Wins It?)

MIC ON THE BEAT‘ is rated as the biggest thing to hit the Nigerian Music Industry. With a battle for the best upcoming Freestyle genius, Rapper and Singer.
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Every Tuesday night, different upcoming Rappers, Singers, and Freestyler gather in their multitude at the prestigious Club Vegas to battle for the best in an open Mic.
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Mic on the Beat‘ is the latest and best thing to happen to upcoming Arts, as it is the first open mic session that gives opportunity to an upcoming artiste to be exposed to international recording deals on a monthly basis.

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If you think you’re an upcoming Rapper or Singer, then you’ve got to be at “Mic on the Beat” open mic competition held at magnificent Club Vegas every Tuesday.

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Celebrity DJ is DJ Humility, with a hosts of top Nigerian artistes as judges, while Basil Dennis VII anchor the moment is grand-style.
Winners get international recording deal with ‘Bliz Music International‘ with an international standard music video directed by one of Africa’s most prolific Music Video Directors, which will be widely promoted across the Country.Last Edition
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Your opportunity to take your musical career to the next level as an up and coming art is here!!!
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Photo of the day!

Funny how things change.
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Photos: Atiku & Saraki at World Aids Day Special Prayer, receives Dogara, others

Atiku Abubakar and Senate President Bukola Saraki on Friday, November 27, attended the World Aids Day Special Prayer held in Abuja. The former VP also received Speaker of the House of Reps Yakubu Dogara and others, who paid a courtesy visit at his Asokoro, Abuja residence...

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Photos: Checkout This Wheel-Barrow Pusher Cute Outfit

Saw this interesting story on Facebook. Shared by Chiemezie Claire Asunugwo-Anyanwu. Pictured above is a wheelbarrow pusher named Bashir who does his business at markets in Abuja and its environs. He's always well dressed despite what his job is. Read what Claire wrote about him after the cut...

"You can find dignity in your job." His name is Bashir Suleiman, he's a Mai-barrow and a proud one at that. I was privileged to have him gather my groceries and produce for me as I shopped in the market today. First of all he was very well dressed with his clothes well ironed as if he was going to a proper office work and I was told by the fruit seller who saw my initial surprise when Bashir approached me that it was his custom to dress well daily to his Mai-barrow job. It got even more interesting when I caught a whiff of his "perfume" and noticed his socked feet in a pair of well polished sandals��. Other barrow pushers approached me but with my curiosity already piqued and biased towards Bashir, I felt it an honor to have him gather my stuff for today. Next, he had very good communication skills, his grammar may not have been ivy-league standard, but we communicated very easily while he helped bridge the gap between my Hausa language spattering and my needful communication in same language with my customers who spoke little or no English. Bashir was very much involved in every bit of my shopping making sure I wasn't cheated and my change was properly counted out and given to me. Bashir also showed me the best places I didn't even know existed in the market to buy the freshest produce at competitive prices. Bashir was attentive, involved, sharp, smart, fast and market savvy too. Whilst we were shopping, Bashir got as many as 3 different phone calls from customers like me who were en route the market and wanted him on standby for them. One told him where to wait for her while the other told him she was prepared to wait till he was free to serve her since he was currently engaged. Bashir did his job with a great attitude and a smile, he was polite and courteous yet humble and ready to serve. At the end, I had to give Bashir much more than I have ever given a Mai-barrow( and believe me I always tip them generously) because Bashir beat all stereotypes and made my life much easier today. Of course I left with Bashir's phone number decisively saved in my phone book. People like Bashir have further strengthened my belief that the future generation of our country can and will excel and be better than the past generations. Tomorrow we may just see a registered company--Bashir Uber-Mai-barrow Ltd, with clean, well dressed and courteous service boys...making shoppers' lives easier, earning good money, even paying taxes to the government and contributing their quota to the system versus the modern day entrenchment of criminality by the teeming unemployable youth that are not ready to work yet maraud the society today. Now this is what I call, progress, long sightedness, wisdom and imminent vital prosperity. Let's all join hands and make the skies of these young men a stepping stone by encouraging them in whatever ways possible. Thanks for reading.... Thanks Bashir.
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Wanted terror suspect Malik Yassin sneaks into Kenya, Police issues alert for his arrest

Kenyan security agencies are seeking assistance and cooperation in the hunt for Malik Yassin, an Al-Shabaab foreign fighter of British origin who is suspected to have sneaked into the country. Source: Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, Kenya
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Shehu Garba denies that Buhari is slashing the salaries and allowances of Ministers

Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Shehu Garba has denied reports that President Buhari has slashed the salaries of the newly appointed Ministers. There were reports earlier today that President Buhari had tampered with the salaries and allowances of the ministers. Continue to see more of his tweets...

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Photos of Buhari at CHOGM today

President Buhari joined other World leaders in a retreat at the ongoing 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta today November 28th. Another photo after the cut...

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Photos: IceT and Coco Austin welcome baby girl

Coco and her husband Ice-T have welcomed their first child together, a beautiful baby girl named Chanel Nicole, who was born early Saturday morning in New Jersey. Coco posted a photo of their daughter on her Instagram page today and wrote "Surprise! Look who came early! Welcome the new arrival of Chanel Nicole.. A beautiful healthy 5.7 pound and 18 inch baby girl. Ice and I are so proud! I cried while she was coming out I was so excited to meet her!".

Proud Dad, Ice T said:

Congratulations to the couple!
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See What Ex Oyo Governor's Daughter Said About Yoruba Boys & Why She's Still Single

The 50 year old controversial daughter of ex Oyo state governor, gave reasons why ladies should never marry Yoruba boys...Hmmmn.
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19-Year-Old Pastor Impregnates Female Church Founder In Zimbabwe (Photo)

A 19-year-old pastor in Zimbabwe, Frank Emmanuel, has caused a stir after he allegedly impregnated the founder of his church, Bernadette Nyanga, 26, and snatching her from her husband, reports Masasi News.

The woman who is the owner of Hope and Life Ministries based in Dangamvura, has been married for two years to Leslie Mparutsa, but has been having sexual relationships with her young pastor and is currently carrying his baby.

But the 19-year-old pastor has maintained that he did not get another man's wife pregnant because the woman and her husband have been separated and according to him, she was free to date him.

“I am not dating someone’s wife. The two (Bernadette and Leslie) broke up and I don’t know why he is continuously pestering her.

If you want to get the truth, call Bernadette on her Net­One line. Leslie is out to tarnish my image as a man of God as well as that of Bernadette who recently founded her own ministry.

She is a woman of God and some people are misleading Leslie to tarnish our image. I cannot say anything on the alleged affair, why can’t you phone Bernadette?” Emmanuel told reporters

But the bitter husband is not having any of that, accusing Emmanuel of being the cause of the break down of his marriage.

“I have lost my wife of two years to a young pastor in Dangamvura, Frank and the two are spending most of their time together. At one time, I confronted Frank to leave my wife alone, but he told me that Bernadette had lied to her that she had divorced me.

The two continued with their affair. I arrived home last Tuesday night from church and discovered that my wife was not at home. I waited for her return in vain and decided to look for her at Frank’s house in Area 3.

It was around midnight and I was told that he had left and was now staying in Founders area of Nyamauru also in Dangamvura,” he said.

Leslie said followed the two to their new love nest and allegedly caught up with the lovebirds who were walking in the company of Frank’s three body guards.

“The body guards confronted me and told me to leave the two alone. They warned me never to confront their prophet again. I left them and decided to make a police report at Dangamvura Police Station since I had been threatened by them as well as Bernadette’s text messages.

I was advised by the police that it was a civil matter. I was actually forced by her late mother to marry Bernadette. My late mother­-in-­law bankrolled my wedding in December 2013 after I had told her that I did not have the resources for such an occasion.

She said I would repay her later, but unfortunately, she passed on before I paid her money back. My two ­year marriage with Bernadette failed to produce any children and I later discovered that my wife was taking birth control tablets. What is paining me most is her claims that she is now carrying Frank’s baby, yet our marriage is still to be annulled,” the agrieved Mparutsa said.

The things that happened in God's vineyard!
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Girl Finds Out Disgusting Job Boyfriend Does For A Living After She Got Pregnant

This story left me flabbergasted! Please read.

The lady in question urgently needs your advice too. She discovered what her boyfriend really does for a living in the most shocking way after she got pregnant for him, he promised to marry her but refused to initiate the marital rites as months went by.

Please post only comments that are useful, helpful, constructive and practical.
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Diezani: "I'm In Pains, I Don't Think There Is Anything Doctors Can Do Beyond"

Embattled former oil minister Diezani Alison-Madueke in another edition of The Boss Newspaper revealed that what matters most to her now is how to take care of her poor health.

According to her,she is in pains, has received several doses of chemotherapy and about receiving radiotherapy for her cancer treatment.She believes doctors can not do beyond that.
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See Photo Of Governor El-Rufai Sitting On The Floor During A Town Hall Meeting

The commissioner of health kaduna state standing stressing a point, while the Executive Governor of kaduna state Mal Nasir Ahmed El rufai is sitting on the floor listening during the 2016 town hall budget meeting at Hassan Usman Katsina House Kaduna.
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Amosun Offers Automatic Employment To 12 First Class Graduates

Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has announced automatic employment to 12 first class graduates of the Tai Solarin University of Education, TASUED.
Governor Amosun announced this, on Saturday, while speaking at the 6th and 7th Convocation and 10th anniversary ceremony of the Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.
He added that his administration was ready and committed to doing all that is necessary to make certificates of higher institutions in Ogun State, the most sought-after in Nigeria.
The governor noted that the greatest legacy anyone can bequeath to the coming generation is a good education adding that “it is easier to govern an enlightened and educated populace.”
Governor Amosun also promised to continue with his administration’s commitment to providing top notch facilities in tertiary institutions in Ogun State.
The governor said his administration will continue to build more hostels of residence and lecture rooms in order to ensure better learning conditions and forestall negative indoctrination of the students.

The Ogun State governor also enjoined the graduands to be aware of the responsibility they now have to the society as a whole.
“I charge you all to remember that you are now transitioning into shapers of other destinies as you go into the world to contribute your quota. It is your responsibility as teachers to ensure that the younger people put in your trust are well developed both in character and learning.
“Moreover, I want to charge you to be responsible, industrious, dependable and humble. You should ensure that you are good ambassadors of this great citadel of learning in all you do.
“You should also comport yourselves with dignity in whatever situation life may place you and in a manner befitting of products of the foremost University of education in Nigeria,” Governor Amosun said.
Speaking earlier, the Vice-chancellor of TASUED, Mrs. Oluyemisi Obilade noted that the institution was the first University of Education in Nigeria, the 2nd in Africa and the 8th in the world adding that its vision was "to be a one-stop shop for all educational needs and preferred University of education globally."
Obilade also noted that 5,970 graduands were being conferred with First degrees, out of which, twelve (12) graduated with First class Honours while adding that nothing has added more glamour to the school's 10th anniversary than the quality of individuals who were honoured with honorary doctorate degrees at the event.
The event witnessed the conferment of honorary doctorate degrees to Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, former President of Nigeria; late Chief Mrs. HID Awolowo and
Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest
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Caption This Photo Of Bola Tinubu,Fashola & Ambode

You can't talk about the history of Lagos without mentioning the names of APC Chieftain Bola Tinubu,Minister with highest portfolio Fashola and incumbent Governor of Lagos state Ambode.One word for the photo above
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How To Know If Your Android Phone Is Fake Or Original

Mobile Markets are filled with Fake Phones and they selling them as Original even with Branded tags beside it the replica phones are present in the market that looks similar to the original phone, to check whether your phone is original or fake there are two ways of checking it. These methods will help you a lot while buying a used cell phone.

1. First Check the following Features :

Be careful about the spellings For example, Soniericsson, Nokla, Techno and Samsvng
Warranties: Always insist on 12 months warranty certificate from the handset manufacturers; Never an oral agreement with the seller. Fake phones come with a shorter warranty periods since counterfeiters cannot guarantee it will last so long.

Check for performance of the handset: Some people carry their phones home without testing it first. Some dealers encourage this, knowing the handset is fake. As you check it out, you may notice some points of low performance such as memory which is smaller or poor quality photos.

Appearances: like dull colors , Fake logos,built quality difference in weight, screen size, location of buttons and battery, quality of printing and paint finish, added or missing functions, quality control stickers and holograms and an overall lack of quality.

2. The other method is checking Phones quality through 15 digit IMEI code:

Dial *#06#

IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity. It is a 15-digit number and may be found in the packet of the mobile phone. It may also be found by removing the back cover and it may be placed on the battery sticker.

The number might be as below:
3 6 9 3 9 5 [b]0 1 2 3 5 5 6 7 8[/b]
Now look at the 7th and 8th digit. These two digits will ensure your phone’s quality!

If the seventh and eighth digits are 00 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured in Original Factory which ensures the best quality.

If the seventh and eighth digits are 01 or 10 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured in Finland which is high quality.

If the seventh and eighth digits are 13 this indicates your cell phone is assembled in Azerbaijan which is too bad. And it is also dangerous for health!

If the seventh and eighth digits are 02 or 20 this indicates your cell phone is assembled in Emirates which is very poor quality.
(NB: Some Indian sets have this number)

If the seventh and eighth digits are either 03/30 04/40, this indicates your phone is made in China but its quality is good. But not good either as 00, 01 or 10.

If the seventh and eighth digits are 05 or 50 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured either in Brazil or USA or Finland.

If the seventh and eighth digits are 06 or 60 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured either in Hong Kong, or China or Mexico.

If the seventh and eighth digits are 08 or 80 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured in Germany which is fair quality.

This will help you to pick the good one. Try it. But, remember, these tips may not work with the Sony Erickson Mobile Phone.
Though the above information has been collected from very reliable sources, 1 or 2 of them may slightly vary.
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Dele Momodu Pays A Condolence Visit To VP Osinbajo (Photos)

Dele Momodu is a Nigerian Journalist/Publisher, polemicist, businessman, philanthropist, actor and motivational speaker, Pays Condolence to VP Osinbajo on the demise of his grandmother-in-law HID Awolowo , see photos from the event below.

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Photos: 9 Silent Nigerian Billionaires Who Keep Their Wealth On A Low Key

When the term 'billionaire' pops up in Nigeria, it is easy to refer to the likes of Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga or Mrs. Folorunsho Alakija. However there are some Nigerian billionaires you might not know that keep things on a low key.

See the list below of some silent Nigerians you just might not have heard of in no particular order.

1. Jimoh Ibrahim – Nicon Insurance, Global Fleet:

The story of Jimoh Ibrahim cannot fail to inspire anyone treading the path to become successful in life. Born to poor parents with about 17 siblings on 24 February 1967, he became a millionaire when he was still studying law at the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) running seminars for local governments on Taxation. In 2002/2003 he contested for the governorship position of Ondo State but lost and he went on to start Global Fleet – a petroleum marketing company. Today he has grown to become one of Nigeria's billionaires and his investments include the following sectors, among others: oil and gas distribution, hotels, resorts, airlines, banking, real estate, insurance, publishing and investments. He delivers free lectures once a month at Excellence Hotel in Ogba, Lagos through City People on how Nigerians can make millions from any business they venture into.

2. Chief Ade Ojo – Elizade Motors Nig LTD, Distributor of Toyota cars:

Chief Michael Ade Ojo was born on June 14, 1938 and was one of the pioneer students of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where he graduated from with a degree in Business Administration in 1965. In 1975, he cofounded Elizade Independent Agencies, with his late wife, Chief (Mrs.) Elizabeth Wuraola Ojo. The name originated from the first four letters of his wife's name "Eliz" as well as the first three letters of his own name "Ade." Today, the company has grown into ELIZADE Group of Company with as much as seven subsidiaries. He is also solely involved in the construction of a polytechnic; Elizade Polytechnic, Ilara Mokin which is aimed at giving the average Nigerian child quality education.

3. Jim Ovia – Banking and Communications:

Mr. Jim Ovia was a co-founder of Zenith Bank Plc and he served as its Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer for 10 years. In July this year he returned as chairman of Zenith Bank Group and he remains the bank's largest individual shareholder with a 9.3% stake. He is also the founder of Visafone Communications Limited and in August 2014, he started construction on a $1.5 billion petrochemical complex in Akwa-Ibom in Nigeria. He is a holder the Member of the Order of Federal Republic (MFR).

4. Chief Raymond Dokpesi – Daar Communication, AIT:

Born in Ibadan, Oyo state on the 25th of October 1951, Chief Raymond Dokpesi is the founder and chairman of DAAR Communications Limited. He launched Nigeria's first independent radio station, Raypower, in 1994 and two years later he also launched the first Afrocentric Global Television Station, Africa Independent Television (AIT).  AIT is Africa's first broadcast station to transmit from and into the United States of America.

5. Pascal Dozie – MTN Nigeria, Diamond Bank:

Pascal Dozie was born to a country court interpreter in Owerri Imo state on April 9, 1939. He established Diamond Bank which commenced operations in 1991 and the multi-billionaire has once revealed in an interview that the first customer was his wife. He pioneered electronic transfers in Nigeria to enable traders transfer their cash easily without having to carry it around. The real source of his wealth came when a South African cellphone company, MTN partnered with him to setup a cellphone network in the Nigerian market. Taking the huge risk at the time, he raised the necessary funds with MTN completing the rest and today Nigerians can attest to the success of MTN Nigeria. He is currently Chairman of MTN Nigeria and is a founding partner of Africa Capital Alliance, the first Nigerian private equity fund manager.

6. Leo Stan Ekeh – Zinox Computer:

The chairperson of Zinox Technologies Limited, Leonard Stanley Nnamdi Ekeh was born on February 22, 1956 in Ubomiri Mbaitoli of Imo State. He is fondly referred to as Bill Gates of Nigeria because of his exploits in the field of information technology. The astute business man used his school fees to start his business several years ago, a decision which made him miss sitting for his LLM in Business Law which he spent more than a year to prepare for.  He started Task Systems Ltd, which is now one of the companies under the Zinox Group. In addition to Zinox, he has been involved with companies like ICT Brokers, TD Plus, ICT Connect and Buyright AFRICA Dotcom.

7. Prince Samuel Adedoyin – Doyin Group:

Samuel Adedoyin is a Kwara born businessman and the founder of Doyin Group of Companies. The Doyin Group of companies is a conglomerate that is wholly indigenous comprising of 15 subsidiaries. He started out as a small trading business before growing into a conglomerate. The group's business interests spans manufacturing, real estate, banking, hospitality and energy.

8. Oba Otudeko – Honeywell Group Nigeria:

Oba Otudeko is the founder and chairman of Honeywell Group as well as the chairman of Airtel Nigeria, and Fan Milk of Nigeria. He was born on the 18th of August, 1943 and he is one of Nigeria's most successful investor and entrepreneur. He retired as the Chairman of First Bank of Nigeria Plc after 12 years on the Board of the Bank. Between September 2006 and August 2009, he was the 16th President and Chairman of Council of the Nigerian Stock Exchange. His conglomerate's operations stretch across oil and gas, flour milling, real estate and marine transportation.

9. Fola Adeola – GTBank:

Tajudeen Afolabi Adeola is a businessman and politician and he alongside Tayo Aderinokun established Guaranty Trust Bank in 1990 which he managed as director/CEO up till July 2002. The bank became listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in 1996. He retired from the bank in 2002 after twelve years. He is a member of the Commission for Africa, the founder and chairman of the FATE Foundation a non-governmental organisation which aims to encourage entrepreneurship through trainings, mentoring, loan support and consulting to support young Nigerians.
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