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Friday, 10 November 2017

Life Is Vanity!! See The Garage Of A Very Rich Man With Questionable Source Of Money Back Then In 1966

November 10, 2017 1

his photo got me thinking ever since I set my eyes on it..

This was the Garage of one of Nigeria’s richest man back then in 1966 😂 The Garage has the finest cars back then.

The man was rumored to be a Ritualist back then in the 60’s.

Today, none of those cars can be sold for N10,000 😂

When striving to make money in Life, be very careful so you don’t end up in life threatening situations or do anything stupid just to become rich.

If you are one of those who will do anything for money apart from work, take whatever consequence that comes with it.

Anyone who try to outsmart destiny may fall in eternal pit.

What you want to Kill or do the unheard for won’t last forever!

Deal diligently and strive with the fear of God – God bless all our handwork.

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MUST SEE: 10 Things We Understood From PSquare Fight

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Honestly, we the Psquare fans are actually not happy with the recent misunderstanding between this duo artiste. Their unite really means a lot to us.

Here are the 10 things we understood from their fight.

See below:-

1. Jude is problem; he seems to always be at the centre of all their issues.

2. Their fans are tired and not happy with their every year saga.

3. Paul Okoye and Jude seem to be on the same team and stay without Peter Okoye.

4. Their parents’ death have further set them apart from one another.

5. The fight made their fans to know who is Peter and who is Paul.

6. The money is too much and it’s really disturbing them.

7. Family does not mean bonding.

8. They finally parted ways on Sunday 24th September 2017.

9. The two brothers have divided all their properties.

10. Peter Okoye probably leaked the video online to gain sympathy.

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I Will Address Issues Of Lopsided Appointments & Insecurity – President Buhari

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday in Abuja assured religious leaders, and all Nigerians, that his administration will address rising concerns of corruption, insecurity and injustices in various parts of the country.

President Buhari gave the assurance when he received a Christian delegation led by the President of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. Samson Olasupo Ayokunle and a Muslim delegation led by the Secretary General of Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), Dr. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu, in separate meetings at the State House.

The President told the CAN delegation that he had already given instructions for the submission of all the names of heads of parastatals in order to address the allegations of lop-sidedness in appointments.

“On the question of one-sided appointments, we will look at it. I have given instructions that a list of all heads of parastatals be submitted to me and I know they will not delay in doing that,’’ he said.

President Buhari said his administration would ensure reform of the police and judiciary, describing both institutions as critical for the security and stability of the nation.

“There is no way we can be comfortable in our country unless we are lucky to have a good police force and judiciary.

“We need a good police force and judiciary to really maintain the legitimacy and the confidence of the populace in governance,’’ the President added.

On the fight against corruption, the President assured both CAN and the JNI leaders that his administration would always be guided by the rule of law and constitutionality in prosecuting all those that had been accused of corruption.

President Buhari explained to the JNI delegation that corruption in the country had taken a cultural dimension, urging all religious leaders and Nigerians to join in the fight in order to reverse the trend.

“When something becomes a culture, it is more difficult to stop, but collectively we will prevail,’’ he assured the leaders.

In his remarks, Rev. Ayokunle commended the President’s achievements in the fight against corruption, empowerment of the military to flush out Boko Haram terrorists and the recovery of some of the kidnapped Chibok girls.

The Secretary-General of JNI appealed to the President to pay more attention to the yearnings of Nigerians, urging him to continually walk in the fear of God.

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1 Day To Go!! Davido vs Wizkid – Who Do You Think Will Bring AFRIMA “Best Male Category Award” Home?

November 10, 2017 0

Let the countdown begins 

Two of Nigeria’s biggest music stars, Davido and Wizkid, will be going head to head to determine who emerges winner as both have been nominated in the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) 2017 scheduled for Sunday, November 12 in Lagos.

The duo have been nominated in the ‘Best Male Category Award’ in West Africa.

According to a statement released by the organisers’ spokesperson, Femi Morgan, the nominated artistes will rely on votes from their fans to decide who wins the 23.9 Carat plaited gold AFRIMA trophy.

Sunday is gonna be a big day for Fans of both Superstars as the Award will at least help relieve the hot fight for supremacy.

Now, the multi million dollar question is 👇

Davido vs Wizkid – Who Do You Think Is Bringing The Award Home?

We want to hear from you all.

Drop your comments below.


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Thursday, 9 November 2017

This Salesman Stole N3.5m Then Stakes It In MMM, Guess What Happened Next

November 09, 2017 0

The quest for quick and easy money has landed a 24 year old salesman in court for stealing and staking N3.5 million in MMM, a ponzi scheme.

The salesman, John Okonkwo, who allegedly stole his employer’s N3.5 million and invested in the Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM) scheme, appeared before an Ojo Magistrates’ Court on Thursday.

MMM is a notorious ponzi scheme which promised many Nigerians 30 per cent return on investment but leftf them disappointed and defrauded of their monies.

The accused, is facing a charge of stealing. Okonkwo, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The prosecutor, Insp. Uche Simon, said that the accused committed the offence at Shop 26, Zone E, Block 2A Aspamda Market, Trade Fair Complex, Lagos between the months of March and October.

He alleged that the accused put the N3.5 million sales proceeds belonging to his employer, Mrs Jane Ekweanua, into Ponzi scheme.

“Okonkwo put sales proceeds into MMM without the consent of his employer. ” It was during auditing that it was discovered that N3.5 million was missing,” he said.

Simon said the offence contravened Section 287 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Section 287 prescribes three-year imprisonment for stealing.

Magistrate A. S Okubule granted the accused N500,000 bail with two sureties in like sum. She said that the sureties must reside within the court’s jurisdiction and must be gainfully employed.

Okubule adjourned the case until Jan. 23, 2018. Meanwhile, the notorious ponzi scheme which became well known in 2016, officially announced a restart last week following several attempts to stay afloat arising from its inability to pay those who staked their money.
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