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Sunday, March 26, 2017

When was the first time your Mother spanked you and why?

When was the first time your Mother spanked you and why?..
Was it because of a Guy or Girl? Did you steal meat? Did you wear makeup to school? Were you caught watching porn?......
please share

Happy Mother's Day

Here's wishing all mothers in the world a happy mother's day. You all are the best.

Meet the most useless tool in a Nigerian home

The table knife

Davido chilling with his cute daughter

Davido is seen here with his cute little daughter.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Any Woman that eats Pounded Yam with Fork and Knife is not a wife material.

1)Any Woman that eats Pounded Yam with Fork and Knife is not a wife material. 
2) Any woman that drinks Fanta and coke with Pounded Yam is not a wife material
3) Any woman that uses left hand to eat chicken can't be trusted.
4)Any woman who can't make pounded should not be taken seriously
5)Any woman that can finish a plate of pounded Yam without water should be feared.
6. Any woman who makes yellowish pounded is bleaching.
7. Any Yoruba man who doesn't like pounded is not a real Yoruba man.
8. Any man that can't eat pounded yam without soup is not husband material 
9. Any Yoruba Man that prefers rice to pounded is cheating.
10. Any woman who prefers jollof rice to pounded yam is cheating.

Have a wonderful day guys 

2Face Celebrates Wedding Anniversary, Showers Praise On Wife

2Face Idibia is celebrating the anniversary of his wedding to the beautiful and gorgeous Annie Idibia, his African Queen. Here's what he said about her on his Instagram page

"18yrs ago I met this beautiful human being and 4yrs ago she said yes 2 be by my side thru it all. Words cannot express how much she means 2 me. My true African Queen. She lit up my life. We laugh we fight, we clown around sometimes and get serious sometimes. If I have 2 do this things all over again it'll most definitely be with u my love. Thank u 4 choosing me baby. Thank u 4 having been there 4 me all thru this years. Thank u 4 accepting me the way I am. Thank u 4 being the great mother that u are. Thank you my love. We're not perfect but we're perfect 4 each other. #mywoman #myeverything#mymine #LYTID #weloveus #4yearsand4evaHAPPY 4th ANNIEversary 2 us. 😘😘😘

Wishing them more marital bliss.

Yemi Alade Steps Out In Beautiful Floral Prints

Yemi Alade is looking quite stunning in this beautiful flower pattern gown.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

The Nigerian Senate vs Customs Boss

There is a Future for Us after the Orangutans

By Pius Adesanmi

Any public figure whose name we fail to agree on will always cause wahala.

Evan Enwerem? Evans Enwerem?

James Onanefe Ibori? Onanefe James Ibori?

Now we have Hammeed Alli! In a single edition of The Nation Newspaper on September 13, 2015, the headline reads "Hamid Ali" while the opening line of the same story reads "Hameed Ali".

Names matter. When you do not get the name of public figures right, some catastrophic consequences arise. Ask the Washington regime of Mr. Donald Trump. They mixed up the spelling of the British Prime Minister's name and ended up with a British porn actress!

Ever since President Buhari appointed Ogbeni Ali and he, in turn, inflicted himself on public consciousness, we have been spelling his name as chaoticallly as he has been acting in office. Is it double em and double el? We have been combining his consonants and vowels anyhow. It is almost like we are working our through the 20 possible spellings of Ghaddafi.

I propose a division of labour. Some of you should try to determine the correct spelling of his name and get the Nigerian media to pay attention. Others should endeavour to put the current uniform imbroglio in proper perspective.

I propose to undertake mission 2 here.

Many of my friends have been arguing legalese and constitutionalese around this issue of uniform. I think this misses the bigger point.

Hammeed Alli rubs me the wrong way. He rubs me the wrong way because he imagines he is bigger than an Institution of the Nigerian state. He rubs me the wrong way because he is a big man and is making sure he inflicts himself on public consciousness as a big man. He wants us to remember everything that comes with that terrain of meaning and sociality in Nigeria. Hammeed Alli rubs me the wrong way because he is an Oga at the top and expects me to sneeze two times, stiffle the third sneeze in my throat before uttering dazzol at the end of his name.

Hammeed Alli is bigger than an institution of the Nigerian state because he is a friend of the President. And he wants you to understand that.

What I think of the Nigerian Senate is immaterial. What I think of whether they asked Hammeed Alli to wear uniform, danshiki, or bante is immaterial.

The overriding concern for me is this idea that there can be an individual bigger than an Institution of the Nigerian state just because he is a former military officer and a close friend of the President. That is not acceptable to me and we should not tolerate it.

We enable this unacceptable idea of the big man bigger than the state every time we find legalese and constitutionalese to explain that bottom line away. And there are linkages between things.

That is how the Inspector General of Police said the other time that he was waiting for the Emir of Kano to return from lesser hajj before he could act on something! Translation: the Emir of kano is bigger than that particular institution of the Nigerian state. This is not a democracy. This is not a state. This is a jungle.

In a country where there is so much arrogance of power; in a country where we are trying to demystify and demythify power in order to restore the supremacy of the citizen, we must not tolerate the slightest hint of the big man.

The psychology of the Nigerian big man is atrocious. Our attitude should be: just who the heck is Hammeed Alli to be too big to appear before the Senate according to that Institution's instructions?

What we think of the Senate should not matter here. Some say the Senate is filled with corrupt crooks and that invalidates her ability to invite Alli.

Oho, so Alli is leading a public institution of saints? Is the Senate as corrupt and customs? Nigerian corruption is a pyramid of fantastically corrupt public institutions. On top of this pyramid of stratospheric corruption, Nigerian Customs and NNPC share the gold medal. So what is this talk about the corruption of the Senate and what has it to do with what we are talking about here?

In Nigerian corruption, the Senate is a boy scout. Customs is a five-star General. So, let us stop this talk of corruption and focus on the issue: bigmanism.

The focus on corruption pre-supposes that the Senate will always be as hopeless and as corrupt as she has been since 1999. It pre-supposes that the Senate will always be populated by orangutans as she has been since 1999.

You have to constantly own the right to project into a future when we would have won the battle and there would be real, 21st-century human beings in a credible 21st century Senate who are there for their constituents. When this happens, what will you do about the precedent you are setting today - allowing  a big man to be bigger than the state?

It is true that we have largely been ruled and violated by orangutans since independence and one of the consequences of that is the normalization in our national psyche of the travesty in which there are individual Nigerians bigger than the state and her institutions.

No matter how corrupt, dysfunctional, and useless such institutions currently are, our challenge is to win them from the orangutans, cleanse them and repurpose them for 21st-century civilization. We are not called upon to use their current leprous condition as an excuse to play footsie with the egos of our big men.

The point is to dare to think beyond the limitations of our present challenges..

Selena Gomez Stuns On The Cover Of Vogue Magazine

The beautiful and gorgeous Selena Gomez was recently featured on the cover of Vogue Magazine. She also shared her story.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

24 Awesome Kitchen Tips

# kitchen tips...

1. If you happen to over-salt a pot of soup, just
drop in a peeled potato. The potato will absorb
the excess salt.

2. When boiling eggs, add a pinch of salt to keep
the shells from cracking.

3. Never put citrus fruits(Oranges,Lemons, limes,
etc) or tomatoes in the fridge. The low
temperatures degrade the aroma and flavor of
these fruits.(That's why our tomatoes don't last
in the fridge)

4. To clean iron cookl-ware, don’t use detergents.
Just scrub them with salt and a clean, dry paper
towel.

5. When storing empty airtight containers, throw
in a pinch of salt to keep them from getting
stinky.

6. If you are making gravy(stew) and accidentally
burn it, just pour it into a clean pan and continue
cooking it. Add sugar a little at a time, tasting as
you go to avoid 'over-sugaring'it. The sugar will
cancel out the burned taste.

7. Burned a pot of rice? Just place a piece of
white bread on top of the rice for 5-10 minutes to
draw out the burned flavour. Be careful not to
scrape the burned pieces off of the bottom of the
pan when serving the rice.

8. Before you chop fresh red peppers, rub a little
vegetable oil into your hands and your skin won’t
absorb the spiciness.

9. If you aren’t sure how fresh your eggs are,
place them in about four inches of water. Eggs
that stay on the bottom are fresh. If only one end
tips up, the egg is less fresh and should be used
soon. If it floats, it’s past the fresh stage.

10. To banish ants from the kitchen, find out
where they are coming in and cover the hole with
petroleum jelly(Vaseline). Ants won’t trek through
the jelly. If they are coming under a door, draw a
line on the floor with chalk. The little bugs also
won’t cross a line of chalk.

11. Don’t store your bananas in a bunch or in a
fruit bowl with other fruits. Separate your
bananas and place each in a different location.
Bananas release gases which cause fruits
(including other bananas) to ripen quickly.
Separating them will keep them fresh longer.

12. To keep potatoes from budding in the bag,
put an apple in with them.

13. If you manage to have some leftover wine,
cocktail drinks at the end of the evening, freeze it
in ice cube trays for easy addition to sauces
(white wine works wonders in sauces, i don't joke
with them) in the future.
14. After boiling pasta or potatoes, cool the water
and use it to water your house plants. The water
contains nutrients that your plants will love.

15. When defrosting meat from the freezer, pour
some vinegar over it. Not only does it tenderize
the meat; it will also bring down the freezing
temperature of the meat and cause it to thaw
quicker. # Noteevery woman should have vinegar
in her kitchen.

16. Do you cry while peeling off onions, then try
this. After peeling off your onions, refrigerate the
onions for atleast 5minutes, then dice it. You will
be glad you did.

17. For aluminium pans that are looking dull, just
boil some apple peels in them. This will brighten
up the aluminum and make your house smell
yummy.

18. If your salt is becoming lumpy, put a few
grains of rice in with it to absorb excess
moisture.

19. Always keep an aloe vera plant in your
kitchen. It’s invaluable when you scrape your arm
or burn your finger. Just break off a leaf and rub
the gel from the inside on the injury.

20. When making a soup, sauce, that ends up too
fatty or greasy, drop in an ice cube. The ice will
attract the fat, which you can then scoop out.
This works wonders

21. To reuse cooking oil without tasting whatever
was cooked in the oil previously, cook a 1/4″
piece of ginger in the oil. It will remove any
remaining flavors and odors.

22. If your milk always goes bad before you can
finish it, try adding a pinch of salt to the carton
when you first open it. It will stay fresh days
longer.

23. If two drinking glasses become stuck together
after stacking, it’s not impossible to unstick
them. Just put ice in the inner glass and dunk the
outer glass in warm water. The warm glass will
expand and the cold glass will contract, making
the glasses separate easily.

24. For splinters under the fingernail, soaking the
affected finger in a bowl of milk with a piece of
bread in it, it will help ......lobatan(st.ikepumpn)

Monday, March 13, 2017

IMSU Student Killed By Armed Robbers

REPORT COMING FROM IMO STATE UNIVERSITY BY VITUS NDUJI !!!!

Aladinma Owerri popularly known as Imsu back gate is at it again...  This young man lost his life this night....  Robbers attacked Obama hostel... Shot him

Just yesterday some security men caught some guys with guns at item Street ikenegbu...  I was really impressed with the intelligence of those Prison officers... 

My people let's be careful...  Once they ask for your phone...  My brother, My sister give it to them for peace to reign...  Onye di ndu will buy another phone. ..  I and my brother Obi Bright Chinweuba are living witness to this...  

R. I. P bro.  God will fight for u...

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Thoughts on President Buhari's Medical Advice to Nigerians

Thoughts on President Buhari's Medical Advice to Nigerians

By Pius Adesanmi

From what I've seen thus far, President Buhari's return is being framed as a short convalescent respite in Abuja before he returns for "further checks" in London. Until I hear differently, I have to take it that this is the true state of things.

Whatever the case may be, I say welcome to him and I wish him God's speed in the journey to recovery and full health. I also pray for strength for his immediate family as they continue to take care of him. I was in their shoes for 22 years, from 1985 to 2007.

I know the toll it takes on one to have to take care of one's loved ones when they are ill. The Yoruba have a proverb that those taking care of the sick are the sick. For the 22 years that my mom, sisters, and I had to take care of my father, we were sick too. The President's immediate family needs our prayers and support.

That said, there is also a familiar narrative of human callousness and lack of respect for the dignity of the indisposed. No matter how weak and frail the human bodily frame of President Yar'Adua was, some people somewhere needed the political symbolism of his appearance in Abuja for their own selfish purposes. No matter how weak and frail the human bodily frame of Danbaba Suntai was, some desperate people needed the political capital of his return to Jalingo.

The same primitive sentiments by the same forces who lack fundamental human decency and are genetically incapable of thinking Nigeria beyond their pernicious narrow and personal interests are now at work. However, unlike President Yar'Adua and Governor Suntai who were parachuted in barely conscious, President Buhari has agency and is a player in this unfolding scenario. He is responsible for his own decisions.

The trip and prolonged stay were already so badly handled. What is the purpose of a convalescent cameo return at such unbelievable costs to the tax payer? The proper, dignifying thing to do in the circumstances is to allow a full return to health in London before returning or to return to Abuja only when the President's health has reached a stage where treatment could continue at home.

For me, continuing the management of his health in Abuja - we pay an awful lot annually for that State House Medical Centre - would not reduce the damage done by the fact that he went on a health safari at all or the way the whole thing was managed - deceiving Nigerians initially, dishing out information parsimoniously as if it were a privilege, bullying and blackmailing Nigerians for asking questions - but it will at least not compound the situation with an expensive cameo convalescent return to Abuja.

Premium Times has given an in-depth account of President Buhari's statements to his cabinet and some governors in the State House upon his return. Premium Times reports that the President weighed in on education and health. I agree with the President on education, albeit with my own amplification. On health, I sincerely hope that Premium Times has either mis-reported the President or quoted him out of context. However, until there is clarification from the Presidency, I will go with Premium Times's account.

According to Premium Times, the President stated that we must take the education of our children seriously. Says Premium Times:

"Mr. Buhari said the world was fast changing, and more efforts must be made to equip the younger generation with relevant skills to compete in the global economy."

I agree in toto with the President here. However, in addition to educating our children to be active participants in the global knowledge economy, we have a more urgent task to overhaul the delivery of the humanities and the social sciences in Nigeria. We need an urgent reinvestment in critical thought. We need to make two semesters of philosophy compulsory in every Nigerian tertiary institution.

That way, we will start to produce citizens who are not only capable of feeling insulted in their civic essence by the way that this whole Presidential health saga has been handled but who will be interpellated to ask tough and hard questions and understand such as their right and duty to Nigeria.

If we listen to President Buhari and educate our children properly, the hordes feeling privileged that the President has deigned to bless them with a convalescent return and disturbing the peace all over social media will understand that after the human sentiment of euphoria and relief (I was quite relieved seeing the President), they have an even bigger duty of asking tough questions as his employers. And they have a duty to themselves to completely ignore any bullying by Citizen Abobaku.

Beyond education, Premium Times reports that President Buhari has other advice for Nigerians. He has health advice for them. According to Premium Times:

"President Buhari noted that the government would continue to discourage Nigerians from self-medication, urging those with discomforts to ensure they get proper diagnosis and doctor’s prescription for drugs. He lauded the quality of treatment he got during his medical vacation."

I don't know what to say to this if Premium Times reported the President's statement correctly. All I will say is that people in power and government and Citizen Abobaku who bullies his fellow citizens to support them unquestionably at all times should try from time to time to show that they have human feeling and that they are capable of empathizing with the downtrodden in Nigeria.

President Buhari is not the only person that is sick. Psychologically and emotionally, our citizens are also ill because they have been so badly beaten and battered. We should be mindful of this and be compassionate, not add to their emotional and psychological stress.

A Nigerian has probably not been paid his salary in the last 8 months. He cannot feed. He cannot pay his rent. He cannot pay his children's school fees. He cannot afford the ramshackle health facilities we have in Nigeria. The doctors are on strike anyway because they are not paid.

In all of this, he has borne your own medical trip to London because you traveled at public expense. Then you return from London to advise him to "get proper diagnosis and doctor's prescription for drugs". And you also praised the quality of the medical treatment you got abroad?

Is this a joke? Is this blindness to irony? Is this callousness? Is this lack of empathy? How exactly is a Nigerian supposed to feel about this very strange medical advice from the President? Where exactly is a Nigerian supposed to get this diagnosis and prescription drugs from? London?

A citizen who reads that he or she is being advised to get medical care in crumbled and ramshackle clinics and hospitals by a President just returning from a publicly-funded medical safari in London is also sick because such a citizen has just been emotionally and psychologically violated.

So when we are bullying Nigerians to empathize with the President, let us also remember that the victims of our bullying are human and deserve empathy, much more empathy than the President.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Ile Ife Crisis: Police Evacuate Hausas

Some of the victims who spoke to Channels Television said they have no homes to return to, as many also lamented over the loss of their loved ones to the fracas.

Meanwhile, the police is yet to say anything on the issue while the governor, Rauf Aregbesola is yet to visit the scene of the crisis.

Via ChannelsTV

Thursday, March 9, 2017

President Buhari Expected Back On Friday

BREAKING NEWS!!!!!!

STATE HOUSE PRESS RELEASE

PRESIDENT BUHARI EXPECTED BACK FRIDAY

President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to return to the country tomorrow, Friday March 10, 2017.

The President left the country on January 19, 2017 for a vacation, during which he had routine medical check-ups. The holiday was extended based on doctors' recommendation for further tests and rest.

President Buhari expresses appreciation to teeming Nigerians from across the country, and beyond, who had prayed fervently for him, and also sent their good wishes.

FEMI ADESINA
Special Adviser to the President
(Media and Publicity)
March 9, 2017.

This Pregnancy Shot Will Leave You Speechless

Husband and wife are pregnant, one with baby and the other with beer.

Sunday, March 5, 2017

This Garri is Bae

This soaking garri  schooled abroad, this soaking garri can steal other soaking Garri baes ....all other soaking garri is looking up to this soaking garri for swag....this is a kind of soaking garri u approach with fork and knife..
This is a kind of soaking garri you order from konga.com

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Happy Ash Wednesday To Catholics

Ash Wednesday is one of the most popular and important holy days in the liturgical calendar. Ash Wednesday opens Lent, a season of fasting and prayer.
Ash Wednesday takes place 46 days before Easter Sunday, and is cheifly observed by Catholics, although many other Christians observe it too.

Ash Wednesday comes from the ancient Jewish tradition of penance and fasting. The practice includes the wearing of ashes on the head. The ashes symbolize the dust from which God made us. As the priest applies the ashes to a person's forehead, he speaks the words: "Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return."
Alternatively, the priest may speak the words, "Repent and believe in the gospel".
Ashes also symbolize grief, in this case, grief that we have sinned and caused division from God.
Writings from the Second-century Church refer to the wearing of ashes as a sign of penance.
Priests administer ashes during Mass and all are invited to accept the ashes as a visible symbol of penance. Even non-Christians and the excommunicated are welcome to receive the ashes. The ashes are made from blessed palm branches, taken from the previous year's palm Sunday Mass.

It is important to remember that Ash Wednesday is a day of penitential prayer and fasting. Some faithful take the rest of the day off work and remain home. It is generally inappropriate to dine out, to shop, or to go about in public after receiving the ashes. Feasting is highly inappropriate. Small children, the elderly and sick are exempt from this observance.
It is not required that a person wear the ashes for the rest of the day, and they may be washed off after Mass. However, many people keep the ashes as a reminder until the evening.
Recently, movements have developed that involve pastors distributing ashes to passersby in public places. This isn't considered taboo, but Catholics should know this practice is distinctly Protestant. Catholics should still receive ashes within the context of Mass.
In some cases, ashes may be delivered by a priest or a family member to those who are sick or shut-in.

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Season of Lent. It is a season of penance, reflection, and fasting which prepares us for Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday, through which we attain redemption.
Why we receive the ashes
Following the example of the Nine vites, who did penance in sackcloth and ashes, our foreheads are marked with ashes to humble our hearts and reminds us that life passes away on Earth. We remember this when we are told
"Remember, Man is dust, and unto dust you shall return."

Ashes are a symbol of penance made sacramental by the blessing of the Church, and they help us develop a spirit of humility and sacrifice.
The distribution of ashes comes from a ceremony of ages past. Christians who had committed grave faults performed public penance. On Ash Wednesday, the Bishop blessed the hair shirts which they were to wear during the forty days of penance, and sprinkled over them ashes made from the palms from the previous year. Then, while the faithful recited the Seven Penitential Psalms, the penitents were turned out of the church because of their sins -- just as Adam, the first man, was turned out of Paradise because of his disobedience. The penitents did not enter the church again until Maundy Thursday after having won reconciliation by the toil of forty days' penance and sacramental absolution. Later, all Christians, whether public or secret penitents, came to receive ashes out of devotion. In earlier times, the distribution of ashes was followed by a penitential procession.

The Ashes
The ashes are made from the blessed palms used in the Palm Sunday celebration of the previous year. The ashes are christened with Holy Water and are scented by exposure to incense. While the ashes symbolize penance and contrition, they are also a reminder that God is gracious and merciful to those who call on Him with repentant hearts. His Divine mercy is of utmost importance during the season of Lent, and the Church calls on us to seek that mercy during the entire Lenten season with reflection, prayer and penance.