Monday, 29 February 2016

Girl narrates her interesting experience with play boy she fell Maga for
Saw this on lailas place and decide to share with you guys ..

They say love is blind. When we are in love, we do foolish things that we will not normally do. God help you if you in a relationship with someone who has no fear of God. It will make your ordeal more painful, as this lady in the story learnt in the hard way.

I don't know what to call her experience: love or maga-rism

Read her story and learn from it.

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Sunday, 28 February 2016

Not again !! Police shoots 16 year old black boy in Utah US
February 28, 2016: A 16 year old Black boy was shot police last night in Salt Lake City, Utah - he is currently in the hospital in very serious condition. The boy had a broomstick in his hand, and despite being SURROUNDED by more than a dozen officers, and the boy weighing approximately 130 POUNDS - police decided to OPEN FIRE INSTEAD.

All you need to know about upcoming Imsu Convocation [Official press release

This is to inform the Graduates of Imo state university, parents/ Guardians, Alumni of the University and the general public that activities marking the 8th convocation ceremony of the University are scheduled to hold from Wednesday 16th March, 2016 to Sartuday 19th March, 2016.
WEDNESDAY 16TH MARCH Convocation Lecture by Prof. Pat Utomi.
TITLE: strategic financial management in Education sector. A panacea for a Balanced tertiary Education in Nigeria.
VENUE: University Auditorium
TIME: 3pm.

Read why Imsu lecturer threatened to fail his students after an exam

300 level students of Education Economics Imo  state University will have to bear what will come on them if their Monetary Economics lecturer Mr. G.I Opara  goes ahead to fail them as he threatened to do.

While briefing a student who sat for the exam said the exam was suppose to start by 3pm but because there was no available hall at that time the exam started by 20 minutes to 4 which was against the statutory 3pm.
           Education students writing exam

Despite Cash Crunch look at what the Senate is up to

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has taken delivery of new exotic cars purchased by the National Assembly management for his official use, brushing aside widespread criticisms against such lavish spending at a time of national economic crisis.
PREMIUM TIMES had exclusively reported that the Nigerian legislative body proposed to splash about N4.7 billion on at least 400 vehicles for leaders and members of the Senate and House of Representatives.

Saturday, 27 February 2016

Friday, 26 February 2016

Viola Onwuliri's Daughter in-law spits fire after husband beat and locked her up

Pointblank News is reporting that Christina Onwuliri, the daughter-in-law to Lady Viola Onwuliri, GEJ’s Minister of state Foreign Affairs and later state Education, has allegedly accused her of undue interference in the affairs of her home, whereby posing herself as a decision maker before issues of husband and wife would be carried out.

According to her, Viola made herself a mini-god in the lives of her male children, particularly her husband, Chukwuemeka Osmond Eleihe Onwuliri, which makes it unbearable for their wives to handle family issues. Barely five years after their marriage, Christina informed that it’s been war between her, the former minister and son over her undue and unhealthy interference in the relationship of her children’s marriages.

Read her words below

Resignation: Oliseh even had clashes with his family for running Nigeria's Football affairs with his personal money

Ex coach of the Super Eagles of Nigeria,Sunday Oliseh has revealed that his wife is angry with him for spending his personal money to carry out his job in the national team.

Oliseh requested for funds so he could be able to go round Europe to watch some Super Eagles players ahead of the double header with Egypt next month. His request was however turned down by the cash strapped Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

Thursday, 25 February 2016

Teenager Dies trying to make money ritual

Raimi Fatai, 16, of an unnamed secondary school in Abeokuta, Ogun state capital, was reported to have died while trying to make money rituals.

PM News gathered that the deceased was administered with unknown liquid substance by three other classmates during money making ritual which led to his untimely death.
Uniben Town and Gown Symposium set for 10th March 2016

The vice chancellor, Prof FFO Orumwense (FNSE) cordially invites all to the University of Benin town and gown symposium taking place at the Akin Deko Auditorium on thursday 10 march 2016.

Title: Harnessing the significance of invitro fertilization(IVF) test tube babies for infertility in Nigeria.

Speaker: Prof Osato Giwa-Osagie. Professor of Obstetrics and gynaecology and one of the pioneers of the first test tube baby in Nigeria.

Time: 2:00pm prompt.

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Okirika solution crusade set to take Rivers state by storm.

Rivers are you ready as the anointed Evangelical man of God Evang. Sam David takes and other ministers of God brings down the blessings of God on his children that day .

The event which will have the likes of Paul Nwokocha and Chioma Jesus as guest performing artistes will start on Wednesday 16th March to Saturday 19th day of march

Venue will be Okirika Market square, island Okirika Rivers State.

Come and be blessed.

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Monday, 22 February 2016

What you need to know about Nigeria's youngest king and how he assumed the throne [photo]
At the weekend, a new Obi of Ubulu-Uku ascended the exulted throne of his fathers. The new monarch, Chukwuka NoahOfulue, who assumed the name of Obi Akaeze1, is actually a youth who will become 18 years old later this year and he had to take time off his schooling in Britain, to undergo the coronation ceremonies because the Ubulu-Uku monarchy succession line is from a father to his first son.
PDP Chieftains calls for removal of Modu sheriff as Chairman

  Some aggrieved chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) led by former governor of old Gongola State, Wilberforce Juta, has asked the new PDP national chairman, Ali Modu Sheriff, to resign and save the party further embarrassment.

The aggrieved party members under the aegis of PDP Rescue Group, further described the emergence of Sheriff as an imposition, stressing that he was not nominated by any state from the North-east.
They noted that the Borno State chapter of the party has rejected Sheriff.
Juta, who spoke on behalf of the group at a press conference on Sunday, called on the party organs to commence the search for “persons with high, strategic insight and fear of God almighty” to lead the party.

Police officer two others electrocuted in Niger

Tragedy struck at the weekend,  in Jatau community  of Maitumbi Bosso Local Government of Niger State, following the electrocution of an Inspector of Police, Mallam Abu Gani, who was also the village head of Jatau,  alongside  two others.
It was  gathered  that the incident occurred at about 3:48 a.m last Saturday, as the mysterious fire burnt  down two houses after a spark from high tension cables that passed through their residence, which was near an FM Radio Station.

Sunday, 21 February 2016

Presenting NAPS president and his revolutionary ideas .

As part of our passion and desire to boost the media relevance of students activities in Imo  state university.

We present to you are our student readers the President of National Association of Philosophy students [NAPS].
In the person of Nnadozie Chidozie  Shedrack.

In a chat with our correspondent Nnadozie highlighted some vibrant and fascinating ideas he has in mind to influence improvement in student's affairs for NAPS Including designing an App for easy study for all the students in Philosophy Department.

Annie Idibia calls out woman that wants to scatter her marriage on instagram[photo]

Few minutes ago, Annie Idibia took to her IG page to warn the lady you see above to stop disturbing her family.She asked people to tag her family saying she is a peaceful person and she needs the lady to stop bugging them. We guess it's not Tuface that the so called lady is disturbing o, han han that won't be fair. The couple have been living peacefully now with no dramas and i guess every lady should let them be.

Catholic priest beats up ederly man alleging he bewitched him

Worshippers at St Dominic’s Catholic Church, Adazi Enu, Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State were shocked on Friday when a US-based Catholic priest, Rev. Father Mike Steve Ezeatu, descended on a 70-year-old man and beat him blue black.

Parishioners told Southern City News that the priest had finished celebrating a funeral mass and was about entering his SUV when he sighted the old man identified as Innocent Nwolisa and beckoned on him to come closer.

Saturday, 20 February 2016

Check out age of Nigeria's youngest Monarch [photo]

A new Obi (King), Chukwuka Noah Akaeze I, has been presented to the people of Ubulu-Uku Kingdom in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta State.
Obi Akaeze I succeeded his father, late Obi Akaeze Edward Ofulue III who was kidnapped and subsequently murdered last month by gun­men.

Friday, 19 February 2016

Naira weakens down to N400 to $1 setting a new record.

The naira continued its free fall at the parallel market on Thursday, hitting a range between 391 to 400 against the dollar.
Foreign exchange scarcity continues to batter the economy of Africa’s largest oil exporter as the Naira loses 26 per cent of its value in less than two weeks.

Thursday, 18 February 2016

Tonto Dikeh stuns in pregnancy pictures [EXCLUSIVE PICS]

She might not actually be your favourite actress because of the controversies that has trailed her acting career, but the beauty and the art behind this pregnancy pictures will do nothing but make you admire her.
The actress and mother-to-be shared this pictures from the hospital and believe me we can't seem to get enough of it.
"They ganged up against me because i am igbo''  Onyeka Owenu cries out in an emotional open letter

Singer and actress, Onyeka Onwenu, who was fired this week as Director General of the National Centre for Women Development has released a disturbing allegation of how tribalism held sway in the agency and how she was persecuted because she is Igbo.

Read her story below:

When the call came on Sept 13 2013, to serve the Nigerian people as DG National Center For Women Development, I took it as a call from God and I answered in the affirmative.

I served for 2years and five months and did my best under very difficult conditions. We hardly had money to operate and the place was badly run down. Worst, there was low moral and lack of commitment among the Staff. Most spent the day loitering and gossiping. Many would not show up for work or arrive 11 am, only to leave before 3 pm. Some were absent for months and were just collecting their salary at home.

My administration changed all that. Most Staff were turned around and became passionate about the work, appreciating also the changes they thought were not possible but were happening right before them.

There remained though, a remnant who felt that the Center was their personal preserve and that the position of Director General should only go to someone from their part of the country. I was initially dismissed as just a Musician. When that did not work, I was targeted and abused for being an Igbo woman who came to give jobs to and elevate my people while sidelining them. When these detractors could not provide answers to the spate of improvement we were bringing, they resorted to sabotage and blackmail. The first such salvo was fired when a Senate Committee visited on an oversight mission a few months after my arrival. All three Generators at the Center were cannibalized, overnight, just hours to the visit.

We got over that incident and trudged on. The rest of our activities and accomplishments, modest as there is public knowledge. I have never in my life been an unfair person. I never favored any group. I carried everybody along. But I did not put up with deliberate incompetence and a refusal to learn, an attitude of entitlement which some people displayed. We brought back a level of professionalism and commitment to deliver on our mandate. Without these attributes, the Center would have fallen apart.

When the call came for me to disengage from the Center, I took it in good faith and with thanksgiving to the Almighty, Yes some stakeholders were upset and tried to make a case for me to continue. Their effort was a testimony of God’s grace on my administration, but I also knew that it was time to go. God who sent me there was taking me to a higher level of service. His infinite wisdom is unassailable. That is my faith. Besides, I was exhausted and had abandoned many personal projects to devote myself, 200% to the Center. The abuses and lack of cooperation from a mother Ministry, from those who felt that the Center overshadowed them, to the extent that they tried to discourage others from working with us, were just a bit much for my comfort. I did not lobby for the job in the first place and I was not going to lobby to keep it. I actually looked forward to leaving. But some people were going to exact their pound of flesh.

They organized some staff, mostly Northerners, invited the Press and set about to disgrace themselves. By mid afternoon, while the Heads of Departments were putting together the handover notes, they seized the keys to my official car, even with my personal items still inside. Threats began to fly. “That Ibo woman must” “we will disgrace her”. Their Chief organizer, the Acting DG, went about whipping up ethnic sentiments against me. Late 2015, the same officer had gone to the Center’s Mosque to ask for the issue of a Fatwa against me, claiming that I was working against the interest of the North. We nipped that in the bud by calling a townhall meeting and asking that proof be provided. The Fatwa was denied and peace reigned for a while.

Police was called in to the Center to escort me out and avoid blood shed as I disengaged. Eventually, in the midst of insults and name calling, with an angry baying crowd, some of whom were brought in from outside, I entered my official car and left. At no time during this melee did I threaten to sue Mr President for asking me to disengage. Why would I? Is it not within his authority? Even if it were not, is the Center my personal property? I had done my best and if it was time to go, it was that simple. Life continues. I had a thriving career before my appointment. The Center did not make me. I have so much to do. I am a multitalented, multifaceted and multitasking child of God. By His grace, the future is greater. So what is the problem?

Let me say here that The Federal Government should really look into the Parastatals and take note of the fact that many people who work on them do not have the requisite qualification. Many contribute nothing and many see their job as personal entitlement. They are owed because Nigeria belongs to them and them alone. Somehow, these people were given the impression that they could attempt to do what they did to me and nothing would happen. That is very sad indeed. The Ministry also has a case to answer. They helped to create that impression. A situation where the Ministry could invite a Management Staff to a trip abroad without informing the DG and the Staff would only inform her principal via text message, from the Airport as she is leaving the country, creates an atmosphere of indiscipline and anything goes. The Ministry should restrain itself to its spelt out function and not undermine the authority of the DG.

Finally, I declare that I am a Nigerian citizen who should enjoy the rights attendant to that privileged. I am Onyigbo and proud of it. I respect myself and I love and respect all for who they are. We are all God’s children. No one has the right to insult or abuse me or deprive me of my rights. Nigeria will not hold unless and until we all come to that realization.

Thank you and God bless.
Onyeka Onwenu (MFR)

Former DG NCWD