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LanreGATE Gentry Apologses To Estranged Wife Mercy Aigbe For Battering Her...

After all the back and forth and denials,Lanre Gentry,Husband of Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe has tendered an apology to her and all those he hurt ..says he still loves her and refers to her as ''Gentry''....He is accused by his estranged wife of Domestic Violence

Hmmmm so what next?Make up?May God give Mercy the wisdom on what to do,I am sure Mr Gentry will never lay a finger on her again if she decides to go back....
Good luck with your choice Mercy..

Mr Gentry forgot to thank the person who stood by him and helped him compose all the

Anambra Peoples Assembly Says Kanu Is Making A Fool Of Himself

Indigenes of Anambra State, under the umbrella of Anambra Peoples Assembly, APA, has denounced the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, and his struggle for secession.

The organization said that Anambra people will participate in the forthcoming governorship election in the state and warned Biafra agitators to maintain a distance from the state.

In a statement signed by its coordinator, Mazi Nnamdi Okorafor, the group noted that the people of Anambra State were law-abiding and will not be dragged along by any individual or group of persons.

He said, “I will assume that there are no men in Igbo land, if we allow a small boy to drag all of us into war against Nigeria through hate speech.

“Nnamdi Kanu is making a fool of himself, very soon his paymasters will distance themselves from him. He and his illiterate minions will be dancing alone in the market square Unclad. Being Igbo does not mean you are an IPOB member, neither does being an IPOB leader makes you the leader …

Why You Should Stop Pushing Your Kids to be Independent

Watch out moms and dads; we have been duped.

And as a culture we have savored and swallowed it. Together we have collectively digested the lie regarding the virtue of independence. We have bought into the philosophy that our kids must learn to be, strive to be...independent.

Independence surges through our veins, especially American. It speaks to our collective red, white, and blue blood. Independence is a freedom Americans fight for and a value they die for.

As a nation, freedom from tyranny and oppression is an inalienable human right; a pursuit worth the sacrifice our forefathers made. But we have taken that cherished belief and manipulated the ideology to fit the family system. Many parenting philosophies support this idea. They are easy to spot. Their focus is only on logical and natural consequences. When this practice is applied, we address the individual’s external behavior rather than shaping and molding the heart. Raising our kids to be independent misses the boat when it comes…

Photos Of Lawyer Hired By Kidnapper Evans

Arrested kidnap suspect, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike (Evans), has sued the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, at the Federal High Court in Lagos over alleged violation of his fundamental rights. He is praying the court to compel the police authority to charge him to court rather than detaining him indefinitely.

In a fundamental rights enforcement suit filed by a Lagos-based lawyer, Olukoya Ogungbeje, the suspected kidnapper said his continued detention without trial was illegal.

How To Recover When You Know You Messed Up

It’s no secret that we all mess up. Not one of us is above making mistakes, which means we all have, at one time or another, recovered from mistakes we’ve made. Intellectually, I know I can move forward even after I mess up, but so often I struggle to remember that moving forward from sin is actually possible for me (and you, and you, and all of us!).

God’s grace knows no bounds, which means that no sin (or sinner) is banned from grace. We can all pick up and move forward after messing up. Here are a few ideas for how to do just that:

1. Take a Breath
Oftentimes, the one most disappointed in our mistakes is our own self. After messing up, it can be helpful to take a moment for yourself. The journey towards reconciliation, grace, and healing is not necessarily a downhill coast. It’s easy to beat ourselves up, so begin by doing something kind for yourself—take some deep breaths, go on a walk around the neighborhood, or drink a cool glass of water.

2. Acknowledge Your Mistake
It is maddeni…

6 Tricks For Getting Things Done Faster Without Sacrificing Quality

Getting focused and completing tasks in good time takes effort and discipline. However, there are a couple of tricks that can be employed to make this process a tad easier.

Jumia Travel shares 6 tricks for getting things done faster without sacrificing quality.

Learn To Time Yourself Through Tasks
Parkinson’s law, one of the most crucial concepts in business, states that ‘Work expands to fill the time allotted for it’. That is, if you leave the time allotted for the completion of a task open-ended, you will almost always take more time to complete it. Conversely, if you set a clear time frame for the completion of that task, you’ll work far more quickly. As an added bonus, not only will you end up completing your tasks faster, you’ll also feel happier about it too.

Pretend Your Day Ends At 11am According to Forbes, an average person has done virtually nothing of importance by 11am. They have either chatted away time with colleagues, checked emails, prepared breakfast or are still plann…

5 Things To Consider Before A Business Investment

There are a number of important factors to consider before a business investment, to protect your resources from the sometimes uncertain elements of an investment environment.

Jumia Travel shares 5 things to consider before a business investment.

The Business This is an obvious one. An investor needs to understand the business in which he/she is investing. Like Peter Lynch’s investment maxim says ‘Invest in what you know’. It will be difficult to be cheated in an investment, if you understand the rubrics of that business. Before investing in a business, study the business; the more you understand the business, the more confident you’ll feel about the investment. Additionally, talking to an expert - someone who knows the industry that interests you - can also help.

The Growth
In addition to understanding the business, it’s important to understand the growth of a business. Consider how the venture is growing – is its growth organic or does it have more of a buying growth? Also, consider h…

Couple declared wanted for absconding with company's N5m

A man identified as Mr. Celestine Chikeie Ogazie and wife Mrss Anthonia (nee Fagbamigbe) have been declared wanted by the Nigeria Police Force after allegedly absconding with the sum of Five Million naira (N5,000,000.00) belonging to Berrymart Integrated Services which they worked for in Lagos... According to reports, the suspect conspired with his wife to commit the crime.

Here's the official press statement;

The pictured and above named Person is hereby declared wanted by the Nigeria Police Force. A warrant of arrest has been duly obtained against this person.

He is wanted for the offence of Criminal Breach of Trust, Theft by Servant, Fraud and Joint Act committed between April and June 2017 at Port Harcourt.

The suspect being an employee of Berrymart Integrated Services in Lagos committed…

4 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got Married

I had no idea what I was getting into when I married my husband seven years ago at the young age of 21. I had grown up watching my parents hold hands and dance in the kitchen, and I rarely ever saw them argue. I read books about being a Godly woman and felt confident I had what it took to be a great wife. (How naïve and proud was I?) I thought I was prepared… but boy, was I wrong!

I didn’t realize how much pressure I was putting on myself and on my husband to be perfect for one another. I wish it hadn’t taken painful conversations and times of heartache for me to accept the following:

1. I am prideful and selfish.

I didn’t realize this about myself at the time, but I went into marriage expecting to be treated like a princess. I felt hurt, angry and let down when my husband would have a cranky attitude or wouldn’t read my mind about doing the dishes. I thought, if he loved me, he would know to do ____ or say ____. I viewed his lack of taking me on dates as a lack of love and interest. I …