Showing posts from October 23, 2017

President Muhammadu Buhari Returns Home From Turkey.

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday returned back to the country after a four-day working visit to Turkey.

The president left Nigeria for Turkey after presiding over Wednesday’s Federal Executive Council meeting.

While in Turkey, the president held bilateral meetings with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Erdogan. He also attended the meeting of the group of eight developing nations, D-8.

Source: Premium Times.

T.B Joshua Receives Liberian Presidential Candidate, George Weah.

Liberia’s Presidential candidate and former football legend, George Weah, on Sunday attended a Church service in Lagos, Nigeria to “seek God’s face” for his nation.

The famous Liberian Senator was part of a multi-cultural congregation at The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, led by T.B. Joshua.

During his sermon which was broadcast live on popular Christian channel Emmanuel TV, Mr. Joshua warmly welcomed Mr. Weah and spoke directly to him.

“My brother is here today because he loves his country and wants God’s choice for his country,” Mr. Joshua stated. “He is not here to impose himself. What does God say about his country, Liberia? What is God’s opinion? That is why he is here.”

The cleric went further to reiterate that he was not favouring any particular side of the political spectrum but his own role was to pray for “the will of God” to be done in the nation of Liberia.

“We are not herbalists or witch-doctors; we are people of God. God’s choice is our choice. We cannot pray against…

Jide Kosoko Says That He Values Sleep Than Money.

For veteran actor, Jide Kosoko, taking time to sleep is very important and he does not trade it for anything, even money.

Speaking in an interview, he said that he ensures he gets at least seven hours of sleep every night and most people close to him know this about him.

He said, “I always sleep for seven hours, or even more. By 9 pm, I am already in bed, and a lot of producers know this about me. If I am to shoot at night, you should have told me earlier so that I would have slept in the afternoon before coming. But I will still sleep after the production. I know the importance of sleep to the human body and I get a lot of it.’

Meanwhile, Kosoko is not happy about the fact that stage plays are not taken seriously in this part of the world. According to him, he tries to contribute his quota to ensure that stage plays do not go into extinction.

“I started my career on the stage. All my colleagues know about stage plays, though the interest of coming back may not be there. But gradually, a …

PDP Fixed Tuesday 24th October For Its 76th NEC Meeting.

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has fixed Tuesday, October 24, 2017 as the date for its 76th National Executive Council, NEC, meeting.

The was made this known in a notice of meeting signed by its national secretary, Ben Obi, on Saturday.

Mr. Obi said before the NEC meeting, the National Caretaker Committee of the party will meet with all the persons aspiring to be the national chairman of the party.

The PDP is expected to elect a new chairman and other national officers in December.

Source: Premium Times.

Southern Governors Set To Meet In Lagos Today.

The 17 governors from the South-west, South-east and South-south are set to meet in Lagos on Monday to discuss latest national issues to help build a stronger partnership.

The meeting is coming after 12 years of a similar gathering.

A statement by the Secretary to the Lagos State Government, Tunji Bello, said the meeting would be co-hosted by the Governors of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode and Akwa Ibom, Emmanuel Udom.

Mr. Bello said the meeting is in line with the realisation that the different states in the South have since 2005 developed several areas of comparative advantage which could be harnessed and become mutually beneficial.

According to him, the governors would also be expected to adopt a common position on the issues of armed robbery, kidnapping, devolution of powers and issue of fiscal federalism which have all gained prominence of late.

“The 2017 Lagos summit of the 17 Southern Governors representing the South-south, South-west and South-east zones is expected to come up with…

The Walls Of Discrimination Amongs Human.

"If a white man turned and called me, “Nigger”
My blood would boil in righteous anger
For the evil of discrimination is clearly established
Where a white man tries to treat me like rubbish

But if Hausas say Igbos are greedy and crude
And Igbos say Hausas are haughty and rude
And Ijaw says Itshekiri must die today
And Ezza tells Ezillo there is no other way

If Yorubas declare it is Awo or nothing
And we use “Federal Character” to share everything
So, before you can even smile and tell me, “Welcome”
You must first ask me where my father is from

If those who were settlers but now indigenes
Say those who are settlers can’t turn indigenes
While our Constitution says we are all citizens
Local Governments keep issuing Certificates of Origin

If my brother passed JAMB but can’t go to Uni
Because he is Tiv and he’s not Kanuri
And UniMaid has a quota for its catchment area
So, he must go back to Benue or wait one more year

If it’s okay to say it’s not okay to marry
Someone just because they are Kalabari
And th…

Reasons Why Prostitution Is Increasing In Nigeria- Pastor Adegboye.

Pastor Samuel Adegboye of the General Overseer of Testimony Chapel, Ilorin, Kwara State, has blamed the rising spate of prostitution among young girls in the country to laziness and refusal to further their studies.

Speaking in Ilorin, Adegboye called on the Federal Government to impose a total ban on “the dirty business” in the country.

Adegboye said the government should create job opportunities which will be a panacea to prostitution in the country.

According to Adegboye, “Most young girls become lazy and not ready to further their studies since they have hope in operating as a social worker to survive.

“Imagine most hotels are being used to harbour commercial s*x workers where they have their own rooms to host their clients; at times, you will see them roaming the streets in search of clients without shame.

“Government must enact a law to ban such an evil business. It is becoming worse every day as some non-Nigerians will even come to practice such a dirty act in our dear country…

Six Important Health Benefits Of Paw-Paw.

Pawpaw is one of the most important fruit plants of a tropical zone which is daily used by millions of people and have sweetish taste and very strong pleasant aroma.

Papaya also known as pawpaw is a cerise-orange coloured juicy fruit, which is not only fragrant and delicious but also very healthy. It has been famous for hundreds of years and it was once called the “fruit of the angels” by Christopher Columbus.

Papaya is a natural source of vitamins and minerals that are essential for the normal functioning of the body. It is famous for the luscious taste and sunlit colour of the tropics and can be eaten as a fruit in raw form, a smoothie, a milkshake, and as a vegetable in various recipes.

Better digestive health
Papayas are commonly used to aid digestion. The presence of papain, a digestive super enzyme, improves digestion by breaking down proteins and also cleanses the digestive tract. This ensures a reduced conversion of protein into body fat. If the protein in our diet is not diges…