Thursday, March 31, 2011

Abuja Lover Delivers Baby Girl For 9ice



It’s a baby girl for singer 9ice and his Abuja-based partner Bukky!
Although the pair would prefer to keep it hush hush, we can reliably tell you that they are taking their relationship a step further with the arrival, early last week, of their first baby together.
Sources close to 9ice tell us the singer -who’s separated from his wife Toni Payne – has been a regular visitor to Abuja, since Bukky – a fair-complexioned older woman – took in last year.
The relationship has never been public, even though those close to the singer are well aware they’re seriously dating.
Culled from TheNetng.com

Rihanna: I adore hanky spanky



 RIHANNA really is a Good Girl Gone Bad - she has confessed she likes to be "tied up and spanked".

The 24-year-old singer has opened up about her sexual preferences in the bedroom, and she said: "I love feeling like I'm somebody's girl. I love to be tied up and spanked."

FOOD FOR THOUGHT



While we are free to choose our actions, we are not free to choose the consequences of our actions.”

Stephen R. Covey

So choose your actions carefully.

Tattoos Madness, How does it started



TATTOOS used to be associated with thugs, criminals, pagan religionist and rebels - inked on to bodies in dodgy backstreet shops.

But today top stars including David Beckham, Rihanna and Cheryl Cole, flaunt their expensive body art and a new generation of celebrity tattoo artists can name their price to create signature pieces.
So how did tattoo become so trendy?, what are the significant of tattoo?, how far can you go in tattooing your body.
Please fill in your comments.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Madonna In Hot Water Over Failed School Plans In Malawi




The collapse of pop star Madonna’s plans to build an elite $15 million academy for girls in Malawi has sparked lawsuits by former employees alleging failure to pay benefits and unfair dismissal.

The employees were let go after the Raising Malawi Academy was cited for financial
mismanagement including lavish spending on offices, cars and golf membership. Madonna, who has adopted a boy and a girl from the southern African country, lent $11-million to the charity and now sits on the board.

When news of the school’s demise emerged two months ago, there was anger among villagers who had sacrificed their homes to make way for the 117 acre site near the capital, Lilongwe.

Why We Need FOI Bill Now

Oil Refineries Operating At 30% Capacity (THE MOMENT, March 30 - April 3, 2011. Pg 22)

'but Presido Jonathan told us they are operating at 80% - 90% of installed capacity (check his facebook pages of March)

To put end to all the Government lies and deception,
To be able to hold them accountable for the office they occupied for us on trust
To tell the whole world we are not unruly animals but highly intelligent humans

FOOD FOR THOUGHT


A tender conscience is an inestimable blessing; that is, a conscience not only quick to discern what is evil, but instantly to shun it as the eyelid closes itself against the moteNehemiah Adams 

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Foods With Healing Power - Onion



Onions get a bad rap for their effect on the breath, but that's not the only part of the body where they pack a wallop. Onions contain potent cancer-fighting enzymes; onion consumption has been shown to help lower the risk of prostate and esophageal cancers and has also been linked to reduced mortality from coronary heart disease. 


Research suggests that they may help protect against stomach cancer. Onions contain sulfides that help lower blood pressure and cholesterol, as well as a peptide that may help prevent bone loss by inhibiting the loss of calcium and other bone minerals.
Your Comments are highly welcome

Omawumi Release New Video: If You Ask Me (Na Who I Go Ask)


Omawumi has just released the video for her track “If You Ask Me (Na Who I Go Ask)“. A short teaser of the video hit the internet a few weeks ago and now we get to see the video in its full glory.

The track was produced by Cobhams Asuquo and the video was directed by award-winning video director, Clarence Peters.
Check on it.

IG Directive on Mobile Phone & Camera During April Election

IG of Police says no use of mobile phone cameras to record voting proceedings



Hafiz Ringim, the Inspector General of Policeis warning Nigerians not to use mobile phone cameras to record voting proceedings during the April 2011 elections.
Hafiz Ringim was commissioner of police in Bayelsa when Goodluck Jonathan was Governor of Bayelsa.
Maybe he is afraid Nigerians will............ I don't know oooooooooo

FOOD FOR THOUGHT



Albert Einstein
Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Angry Youths Stone Niger Governor’s Convoy




The convoy of Niger State Governor Babangida Aliyu was on Wednesday stoned by aggrieved youths.
Deputy Governor Ahmed Ibeto and three others had their vehicles damaged in the attack at Kuta.
Also damaged was Senator Dahiru Kuta’s car. Kuta is seeking re-election on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The governor’s younger brother’s and two others’ vehicles were also damaged.
The incident happened while the governor was leaving the palace of the District Head of Kuta as part of his campaign tour

WORDS FROM DALAI LAMA TO OUR JAPANESE FRIENDS



I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest. I do not judge the universe.
Dalai Lama


We pray that Japan will come out of these stronger and better.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Elizabeth Taylor dies aged 79



MOVIE legend and the Oscar-winning star Elizabeth Taylor has died at the age of 79.

The Star Actress died "peacefully" this morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from congestive heart failure.
Her spokeswoman Sally Morrison said the actress' children were at her side.
Dame Elizabeth had been taken to the hospital with congestive heart failure six weeks ago.
A spokeswoman for the hospital said: "She passed away at 1.28am (LA time) this morning."



Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Toddler Weighs 57Kg At Three


Lu Hao, from China, is dangerously overweight, and at 57KG is FIVE TIMES as heavy as other boys his age.
He is getting so big his family are scared of him — and have given up trying to stop the youngster from gorging on huge plates of ribs and rice.

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A GoldFish With Hitler Mustache















A gold fish with Adolf Hitler's type of mustache has been discovered in a tank at Stockport, Gtr Manchester.

What a resemblance  

Politicians spent N2.52bn on chartered flights in 10 weeks

Indigenous Nigeria  chartered jet operators may have raked in at least N2.52bn in the last 10 weeks from politicians, who make use of their services to move from one campaign venue to the other as the April elections close in.

Investigation by Punch Newspaper revealed that each of the four major indigenous chartered jet operators, who had been conveying politicians to various parts of the country for electioneering, were making about $420,000 (N63m at an exchange rate of N150 to the United States dollar) every week.

According to industry sources, each of the operators works for about 70 hours a week with the fee for each hour fixed at about $6,000 (N900,000). This means that each operator makes around $420,000 (N63m) weekly, while the four operators make $1.68m (N252m) weekly.

Too much money.....

Foods With Healing Power - Spinach


  Spinach


You already knew spinach was good for you, but did you know just
how good? Spinach protects against eye disease and vision loss; it's good for brain function; it guards against colon, prostate, and breast cancers; it protects against heart disease, stroke, and dementia; it lowers blood pressure; it's anti-inflammatory; and it's great for bone health. Spinach has an amazing array of nutrients, including high amounts of vitamin K, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, magnesium, and iron.

So go for spinach meal right away.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Jimoh Ibrahim's Mother Kidnapped


The Mother of a front-line  business man, Jimoh Ibrahim, Madam Omofemiwa Ramat Ibrahim has been kidnapped at her Igbotako Okitipupa residence.


Miracle from Japan

Alive After Being Buried Nine Days



AN 80-year-old woman and her grandson trapped in their collapsed home for nine days after the Japanese tsunami have been found alive.

Police described the rescue as "a joy" - but said there were no celebrations as there were too many other victims to find.

HEALTHY LIVING (Foods With Super-Healing Powers)

 KIWI FRUIT

KIWI is a tiny, nutrient-dense fruit packs an amazing amount of vitamin C (double the amount found in oranges), has more fiber than apples, and beats bananas as a high-potassium food. The unique blend of phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals found in kiwifruit helps protect against heart disease, stroke, cancer, and respiratory disease. Kiwifruit's natural blood-thinning properties work without the side effects of aspirin and support vascular health by reducing the formation of spontaneous blood clots, lowering LDL cholesterol, and reducing blood pressure. Multiple studies have shown that kiwifruit not only reduces oxidative stress and damage to DNA but also prompts damaged cells to repair themselves

Kiwifruit is often prescribed as part of a dietary regimen to battle cancer and heart disease, and in Chinese medicine it's used to accelerate the healing of wounds and sores.
How much: Aim to eat one to two kiwifruit a day while they're in season, for the best taste and nutrition. California-grown kiwifruit are in season from October through May, and New Zealand kiwifruit are available between April and November.
Tips:
  • Kiwifruit contains enzymes that activate once you cut the fruit, causing the flesh to tenderize. So if you're making a fruit salad, cut the kiwifruit last.
  • The riper the kiwifruit, the greater the antioxidant power, so let them ripen before you dig in.

Where is The Tyrant Call Gaddafi

The Tyrant Gaddafi got his Administrative Headquarters bombed by Allied Force and his air defense reduced to zero.










Pray Libya is free from the despot.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT


 "An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity" Martin Luther King Jr

Friday, March 18, 2011

Baby Gets Scared When His Mother Blows Her Nose

OBJ AND OGD " The Shameless and The Shameful"



Recent altercation between Baba Iyabo and Omoluabi OGD shows that those we call our leaders are but shameless, power drunk insensitive men of power.

The pot has been calling kettle black in Ogun State politics.

Posterity will judge them all.

We still they laugh ooooooooooooo.
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Heroic Attempt



Most and if not all 180 Nuclear workers who has choosing to repair and save Japan Nuclear Reactors may not return home alive.


A HEROIC nuclear worker risking all to save Japan's stricken Fukushima plant sent a message to his wife saying: "Please continue to live well, I cannot be home for a while."

And the daughter of another employee said: "My father says he has accepted his fate much like a death sentence."  

 

The radiation levels around the power station's shattered reactors were rated "potentially lethal"

The brave workers are among 180 struggling round the clock to cool super-hot fuel rods that could trigger a catastrophic meltdown.
They work in constantly rotating teams of 50, going into radiation hotspots for only 15 minutes at a time to limit their exposure.

Above them yesterday, military helicopters dumped 2,000-gallon loads of water scooped from the sea on to the six reactors.

What an Heroic Attempt.

 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT


The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it.
President Theodore Roosevelt

WILD JUBILATION


Benghazi was erupted in wild jubilation as U.N voted for Military actions against Gaddafi

U.N Military Action Against Gaddafi

 The United Nations authorised military strikes to curb Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, hours after he threatened to storm the rebel bastion of Benghazi overnight, showing "no mercy, no pity".

Gaddafi said in a radio address to the eastern city late on Thursday. "We will come. House by house, room by room,"
While the U.N resolution is coming a little bit late, it's a welcome gesture and caused a wild jubilation in Benghazi.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Senate passes Freedom of Information Bill


The Senate today passed the Freedom of Information Bill twenty one days (21) since the same bill was passed by the House of Representatives on February 24.

It has taken the current session of the National Assembly a total of four years to pass the Bill, which has been renamed the Right of Information Bill 2011. It was reintroduced in the National Assembly in 2007, shortly after the current session of lawmakers was constituted. The Bill was sponsored by Abike Dabiri (ACN, Lagos), a former journalist.
The Bill will make it easier for Nigerians to have access to information on government activities. Among other things, it will establish a (new) right for any person to request information, “whether or not contained in any written form which is in the custody or possession of any public official, agency or institution.”

OUT OF CONTROL: Japan's nuclear nightmare

THE nuclear crisis in Japan is spiralling out of control as 180 workers risk their lives to avert a catastrophic meltdown. 

 Attempts to cool down a stricken reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan have suffered an early setback after seawater dumped from the air failed to bring down radiation levels. 

 Radiation has spread from the shattered Fukushima reactors and the UK government this morning announced it will evacuate all Brits affected by the Japanese disaster by charter plane. One expert warned: "This could be as bad as Chernobyl." 


Workers battling to contain the crisis at the quake-stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant were forced to flee the site last night as radiation levels hit 300 times above normal.

Hypocrisy of World Leaders

Libya no-fly zone plan creates divisions between Britain and US

 
Britain and the US appear to be at odds over the imposition of a no-fly zone over Libya as the UK joined forces with France and Lebanon to press for a fresh UN security council resolution.

Germany and Russia reject the idea on no-fly zone out-rightly.

Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, played down the prospects of a no-fly zone when she declared that there were "other ways" to help the opposition as she warned against unilateral action

While we appreciate the fact that U.S may not want to take action(s) that will put her citizen around the world and in Arab nations in jeopardy, yet we want U.S and other world leaders not to play lip service to the peace and emancipation of true democracy in Libya.

One wonders what is driving the world leaders decision, interest or resolve to save world of humanity

DEAD DRUNK "Vodka kills Boy aged 17"

 

 

A boy of 17 and a  SIXTH-form student has died after allegedly downing two pints of neat vodka.

A promising footballer Louis Buxton, was said to have been involved in a drinking game before being driven home ill.
His Dad, Gary, of Croydon, South London, said: "He went to sleep then his snoring stopped and an ambulance was called."
Louis was in the youth team at semi-pro Beckenham Town.

Sourced from The Sun UK