Friday, 24 October 2014

I Will Do Anything To Keep My Marriage ––Comedian AY

He said: “I revere marital fidelity and I believe if every couple can work at consciously making their homes work, there will be less sorrow in the land.”
To emphasise his devotion to his family, the comedian said he would not allow his tight schedules come between him and his commitment to building a blissful marriage with his wife, Mabel.

“The craziness of my schedule is indeed a challenge but it is my duty to make quality time for my wife and that is what I strive to do to keep the relationship continually fresh,” he continued.

We wish him and his wife continue to grow strong, irrespective of the challenges in today's marriages.
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See what those Crazy Dogs did to Omonigho Abraham's head (Photos)

f you heard that two dogs were paraded recently in Lagos, it's because of what they did to this little boy, Omonigho Abraham. The four-year-old boy was attacked on September 25th at his parent home in the Igando area of Lagos. As you can see the dogs literally ate his scalp. I hope he fully recovers!
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SEE the Crazy Dress this Lady wore in the name of Fashion (Photo)

Love and Hip Hop reality star, K Michelle, got a lot of people talking about her controversial black dress to the MOBO Awards in the UK. The singer, as seen above, wore a dress that showed major side butt, causing commotion on the red carpet of the award ceremony. This sure doesn't make sense.
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Will You Burn Your Certificate For $50m (N8, 194, 999, 700)

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New York Records First Ebola Case As Doctor Tests Positive For Ebola

A 33-year old New York Doctor who recently returned from Ebola-hit Guinea in West Africa has tested positive for the disease.
Dr Craig Spencer, treated Ebola patients while working for the charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in the country. He left Guinea on 14 October, and returned to New York City on 17 October. But on Tuesday he began to feel tired and developed a fever and diarrhoea on Thursday.
Suspecting it could be the virus, he immediately contacted medical services and was taken to the city's Bellevue Hospital, where he is being kept in isolation.
He is the first Ebola case diagnosed in New York, and the fourth in the US.
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Photo: Baby born in Ibadan clutching holy Qur’an

For those who believe in things like this...Nigerian Tribune is reporting that a baby was born recently in Oyo state clutching a pocket-size Qur’an (pictured above).

The baby, who has since been named Ismail, was born in a church at the Oniyanrin area of Ibadan in September, the reports states. A renowned Islamic preacher who the newspaper spoke with said the woman who delivered the baby threw away the object she found in the baby's hand thinking it was something devilish, only for them to later find out it was a pocket-size Qur’an which contained all the 114 chapters in the holy book. It was wrapped in a thread. The preacher said although the Qur’an was small, the lettering inside was readable.

The child's parent who were not practicing any faith prior to the birth of Ismail, now say they will revert to Islam as this was a sign directly from Allah.

They also said since the news broke, their residence have become a mecca or sort as Ibadan people troop there to have a glimpse of the little boy.
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Tiwa Savage Shows off her iPhone 6 & Something Else

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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Good news for corpers, FG to (now pay N500 daily feeding allowance

The federal government has allocated N500 as daily feeding allowance for members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). This was disclosed yesterday by the Director General of the NYSC, Brigadier-General Johnson Bamidele Olawumi.

He made the disclosure at a House of Representatives Committee on Public Petition investigative public hearing on the N4,000 online registration fee imposed on prospective corps members by the corps.
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20-year-old graduate receives N1million, employment offer from Gov. Fayose


 Oluwatosin Ogunbusola, 20, was the cynosure at the second convocation ceremony of Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD) on Tuesday as she emerged the Best Graduating Student of the 334 students at the 2014 convocation of the institution.

The Economics graduate led the pack of 46 other First Class graduates; 158 Second Class (Upper Division), 115 Second Class (Lower Division) and 14 Third Class graduates.

On the occasion, a former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (retd); a former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos and currently the Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University, Ndifu Alike in Ebonyi State, Professor Oye Ibidapo-Obe; the Vice Chairman of Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, Mr. Heinz Stockhausen, and a United Kingdom-based specialist in General Medicine and Neurology, Dr Ann Coxon, were honoured with honorary doctoral degrees.

Ogunbusola, told Tribune Education on the occasion that she “sacrificed social life, sleep time, gist time” to achieve the feat, thanking Governor Ayò Fayose, who gave her N1million as gift as well as an offer of employment, saying “I’m extremely grateful and short of words.”
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See the Nigerian Man arrested after scaling White House fence (Photo)

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