List Of Pastors And Other Spiriualists Who Predicted 2015 Elections Outcome Woefully

Nigerian presidential elections has come and gone. But there are lessons to be learned, especially from our supposed “Men of God” who claimed that God himself revealed the outcome to them before the election. I want to remind you of what they said. Change has indeed come (hopefully), and we must hold both our political and religious leaders accountable for every word they speak.

Please read carefully and draw your own conclusion.

The Bible said, “Thou shall not take the name of your God in vain.” What are these men thinking now? Are these revelations really from God? Could He possibly be sending them contradictory messages? I know there are already explanations for all the false prophecies. But at this point, I must leave you to judge for yourselves.

1. Apostle Fredrick, Senior Pastor of Wonder City Chapel and President of the BB Frederick Ministries, Ghana

“Nigerians should watch out for the second term of His Excellency President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. Although it looks very challenging with him and his ruling party now, yet the Lord says Nigerians shouldn’t lose hope in Jonathan.”

“As long as I’m concerned as a man gifted by God to see the past, the current and the future beyond the curtains of the natural, I know by the inspiration of the Almighty that President Jonathan is the set man for Nigeria. His next term on the seat will bring liberation to Nigeria.”

“It will bring hope to hopeless situations in Nigeria. On this account I therefore declare that HE Goodluck Ebele Jonathan will win the coming elections.”

2. Prophet Joshua Iginla

“No matter how powerful or well-organized 2015 election is, it will be faulted. I am not a politician nor belong to any political party, I am just speaking God’s mind. The person sitting on the seat might not be perfect, but he will retain the seat. It’s not guess-work. However, it will be a battle between the lion and the tiger…Shortly after the election, especially on the night of the election, there will be great vandalisation. I see cars being burnt, lives killed.”

“President Jonathan will win, but he has to pray about his health and so many political blows. I pray the two people who enter the Aso Villa will leave together. That’s why we should pray for the woman beside the president. The president and wife should pray that the first lady would finish the tenure together and not losing one before the end of their tenure.”

3. Apostle Johnson Suleiman

“I see president Goodluck Jonathan coming back but trouble… Patience Jonathan needs serious prayers.”

“2015 presidential election will be rigged, marred in violence and end up in court case. 2015 election is another June 12. The man who truly won will not govern or rule.”

4. Primate Theophilus Oluwasaanu Olabayo, founder, Evangelical Church of Yahweh

“To start with God has revealed to me that there may not be elections next year because in 2015, we are going to witness one of the worst political assassinations in Nigeria. God further informed me that the South West geo-political zone should be very careful so that the region would not be thrown into another era of wild, wild west because I saw political assassinations everywhere,” the founder of Evangelical Church of Yahweh foretold adding that, “if there will be elections next year in Nigeria, the seat of the president is not vacant.”

“God has revealed to me that if at all there is going to be presidential election, it will be inconclusive just like (the June 12,) that we had during the time of the late Chief MKO Abiola who flew the flag of the Social Democratic Party under the military administration of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida.”

5. Prophet Michael Olubode

“I want to let the people of Nigeria know that the Lord will return His Excellency, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan to his presidential seat. Despite many hatred for him, it pleases the Lord God of Celestial to increase his tenure at the Presidential Villa in Aso Rock. The Lord revealed to me that the purpose of making him remain in government is to use him to build Nigeria’s economy. He will surely bring good luck to us.”

6. Apostle Dr. Ogochukwu Tochukwu Amaukwu

“If at all there will be election in 2015, I see President Goodluck Jonathan returning as president.”

“President Goodluck Jonathan is the last PDP president.”

“I see APC winning seventy percent(70%) of the seats but I see PDP taking the presidency.”

“If at all there will be election, APC will claim to have won the presidential election and will drag PDP to court.”

“APC will accuse President Goodluck Jonathan, PDP and INEC for rigging the election in favour of President Goodluck Jonathan, but the court will give it to Goodluck Jonathan.”

“There shall be a cry for a re-election.”

7.Josiah Chukwuma Onuoha of Christ Foundation Miracle International Chapel, Lagos

“The thing is that Buhari’s case will even be worse. Buhari has no grace to rule this country again. He is being pushed into it by selfish, diabolic elements. Let him go and seek God the way true Moslems do.”

8. Pastor Dapo Adeniyi

“Buhari has a good agenda to eradicate corruption in Nigeria. But it is unfortunate that he will not win the election. Though he will give (APC vs PDP) Goodluck Ebele Jonathan tough time. He will accuse PDP of rigging the election, go to court but justice will not prevail. What a pity. I see him fainting and uncooperative to ensure the peace of Nigeria after his defeat.”

9. Guru Maharaji

“There is no vacancy for Buhari at Aso Rock”

“President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is the verifiable divine choice of the forthcoming presidential election. As the Living Perfect Master of creation in whose hands the fate of Nigerian project lies spiritually, I declare divinity’s decision to return Jonathan to Aso Rock over Muhammadu Buhari.”

“I had publicly and sufficiently advised Buhari against nursing the ambition to rule Nigeria again. Superior forces are actually in-charge of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I am at the helm of these great and unseen primordial powers of creation.”

10. Dr. Okhue Iboi, National coordinator and spokesman of Witches and Wizards Association of Nigeria (WITZAN)

“I don’t see General Mohammadu Buhari ruling this country. We don’t have a political party but if anyone seeks our help, we shall render it. There was a time witches in Benue State invited other witches across the country to offer prayers for the Senate President, David Mark, against impeachment. We flew to Otukpo and later to a village called Owetor. That was where we offered the prayers.”


Headies 2014: Full Report and List of winners

This year the Headies was set to take place, Sunday December 14, 2014 at 8 PM. However, the show did not start until 11:42 PM, Nigerian time and ended past 4 AM. Honestly, I do not even know where to start. I expected a lot more from the Headies. The promotion was much better than the actual show.  I mean we expected African time, but you guys barely missed December 14. Throughout the entire show there were guest walking around the front of the stage, talking, and carrying on.But, let me just leave that alone.  Twitter nonetheless was more than amusing, actually it was hilarious. Twitter has no chill or cut cards.

The audio and visual production, was certainly not the best. The lighting was poor, and even when they focused on the crowd you could not see them at most times. Question, I have is.. Why are the crowds always so dry at Nigerian award shows? Nobody forced you to come, so why are you acting like  it’s by force. Live a little or stay at home. Christ.



The pre-show consisted of live red-carpet interviews, video footage from the heads photo shoots, and random music videos. At a certain point, I honestly doubted this show was even going to take place.



Cynthia Morgan was probably the first entertaining performance. She was just like a boss with the ceo-dancers behind her. Tiwa Savage twerked on Patoranking during her performance, which raised many eyebrows, considering she’s married. But hey, it was just a performance! K-Cee came out with police officers and wheel barrows and a live band, which was pretty entertaining. Oritse Femi, snuck in a performance that livened up the entire auditorium… even though he was just supposed to accept his awards. Olamide dedicates award to Lil Kesh says he’s the Rookie of the year! He also said some “Fxck dis shxt”. He clearly did not send for this award show. We heard Jesse Jagz allegedly left and said he didn’t have time for the headies this year. But, that was quickly proven false when he collected his award. Wizkid didn’t even bother showing up to the show, and just like that he did not receive a single award either. Apparently last year he said, “Fxck the headies”, and maybe they felt some type of way about this.

Patoranking won next rated artist and gave a very heartfelt speech about how he came from rags to riches, as a former brick layer and rat poison seller. Twitter quickly took to the timeline to bash Orezi and Skales. These two artist have been in the game for awhile, so the fact that they would insult them by putting them in this category and they still did NOT win.. is nothing less than embarrasing. Their next years will be better though. Headies, overall need to hire a new video production crew, because they were COMPLETELY OFF. However, some of the live attendees disagreed and said it wasn’t as bad as twitter and everyone watching from their live feed thought it was. Sips tea…it was bad. Wizkid

Quick question… why don’t our naija artist like performing live?! Like why are you guys obviously lip syncing or shouting on top of a track. It makes fans question whether these artist are actually talented or is it all just auto tune? Do better. Shoutout to Davido, Oritse Femi and Yemi Alade for actually singing live.

Oh, and did y’all hear Davido shout out his gf? We heard you Davido. Salute. We still want to see pictures to confirm. Perhaps it was the lady in white sitting next to him. Time will tell abi.

Lastly, at 4:18 AM, Nigerian time, P-Square came onto the stage to an almost empty house. Which was sad, due to the poor timing of the award show. However, they are the only performance that completely wowed me and basically everyone. Great execution, live performance, choreographed and the transitions were even on point! Legends showing them how it’s really done.


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Basketmouth & Toke Makinwa looked absolutely amazing. Although it took awhile to get the welcome tag line together, they were hilarious throughout and entertaining none-the less.

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Performance Ratings:

  • Below we have the ratings of each artist and their performances at The Headies 2014. 5 being the highest and 0, obviously the lowest.

Reekado Banks (2/5)

SOE (3/5)

Harry Songz (3.2/5)

Nikki (3.5/5)

Cynthia Morgan (4/5)

Skales (3.5/5)

K-Cee (3/5)


Patoranking & Tiwa Savage (4.5/5)

Timi Dakolo (5/5)

Runtown (2/5)

RunTown, Wizzy Pro, Skales, Patoranking (3/5)

Yemi Alaade (3/5)

Dr.Sid  (2.5/5)

Sir Victor (4/5)

Phyno (4/5)

Davido (4/5)

Olamide ( 3/5)

P-Square & Appearance By Don Jazzy(5/5)


Best R&B Single:  2 Face Idibia (Let Me Love You)

Best Pop Single: The Mavins ( Dorrobuci)

Best Rap Single: Phyno (Parcel)

Best Streethop: Oritse Femi (Double Wahala)

Best Male Vocal: Timi Dakolo (Iyawo Mi)

Best R&B/ Pop Album: Sean Tizzle

Best Female Vocal: Niyola

Best Rap Album: Olamide

Best Collabo: Wizzy Pro (Emergency)

Best Recording Artist Of The Year: Cobhams Asuquo

Best Alternative Song: Boj of DRB

Best Producer of The Year:  Don Jazzy

Best Lyricist on A Roll: Jesse Jaggz

Next Rated Artist: Patoranking

Best African Artist: Sarkodie

Rookie Of The Year:Reekado Banks

Video of The Year: Clarence Peters

Album Of The Year: Olamide

Artist Of The Year: Davido

Special Recognition Award: P-Square

Apple announces record 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sales in opening weekend


Apple has today announced that it sold 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus units in the first three days of sales. This includes the 4 million units sold in the first 24 hours of preorder sales. Apple’s newest iPhones have consistently been out of stock across the world, particularly the iPhone 6 Plus which is believed to have faced production issues, limiting the number of available devices for sale.

For comparison, Apple reported 9 million iPhone 5s and 5c sales in the first three days. This means the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus set a new record by over a million units. Apple is unlikely to give any more color regarding iPhone sales performance until its quarterly earnings call in October. As usual, Apple has opted to not share the breakdown of sales between the two new devices.

With limited stock across the board, iPhone momentum is certainly strong. Currently, all iPhone 6 Plus models ship within 3 – 4 weeks on Apple’s Online Store. The iPhone 6 has similar availability issues, although they are less severe. People looking for iPhones sooner should check brick-and-mortar stores, and take advantage of Apple’s online pickup options, as new stock comes in daily.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the results exceeded Apple’s expectations, in a statement.

“Sales for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus exceeded our expectations for the launch weekend, and we couldn’t be happier,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We would like to thank all of our customers for making this our best launch ever, shattering all previous sell-through records by a large margin. While our team managed the manufacturing ramp better than ever before, we could have sold many more iPhones with greater supply and we are working hard to fill orders as quickly as possible.”

Apple opens up the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus to more than 20 countries on the 26th September. It is important to note that last year’s opening weekend sales for the iPhone 5s and 5c included China, a key region which inflated total sales. Details on when the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be available in China are still unknown as regulatory proceedings are ongoing.

South African Govt Say 67 of Its Citizens Died In Synagogue Building Collapse

South African president, Jacob Zuma announced yesterday that 67 of its citizens died in the Synagogue building collapse that occurred on September 12th. The South Africans were in NCollapsed Synagogue church debrisigeria to seek spiritual help and were staying at the guest house before it collapsed. Read the full statement from President Zuma below:

I am greatly saddened to announce that 67 South Africans died and scores of others sustained injuries, after a building at the Synagogue Church of All Nations collapsed on Friday, 12 September 2014, in Lagos, in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

This is a particularly difficult time for South Africa. Not in the recent history of our country have we had this large number of our people die in one incident outside the country. Our thoughts are with the families, friends and colleagues that have lost their loved ones in this heart-breaking tragedy. The whole nation shares the pain of the mothers, fathers, daughters and sons who have lost their loved ones. We are all in grief. As we mourn this sudden and tragic death of our fellow compatriots, I have directed the relevant Government departments and entities to act with the utmost urgency to ensure that we facilitate the movement of relevant family members to Nigeria to identify the bodies of their loved ones and to ensure that we repatriate the remains as soon as possible under the circumstances.

I would like to take this opportunity also to thank all family members and friends who have provided information to Government, which information has assisted the South African High Commission in Nigeria in its efforts to locate our fellow citizens. I would also like to commend all affected families for their patience and resolve during this very painful period. On behalf of the Government and the people of South Africa, I would like to thank the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria for their support during this difficult time. We also send our sincere condolences to the people of Nigeria and all other nations affected by this tragedy. I would like to assure all affected families that the Government will provide all the necessary support. Government will keep the public informed of developments around this tragedy. May the souls of the departed compatriots rest in peace. I thank you. Issued by: the Presidency Pretoria

Sept 1, 1994…20 years later, I could say i was part of history.


The days leading to Sept 1, 1994 would have been like every other day, save for the fact that my dad was all about how a young man from our hometown (agenebode, Edo state) is gonna make history with the launch of the first private radio station in Nigeria and how he would revolutionalize the airwaves. All through the 31st of August, it was anticipation as we awaited 12 midnight. We had the radio on in the night as the anticipation got to fever pitch and my dad was constantly tuning the radio to ensure we were on the right frequency (100.5). Radios weren’t so digital then as we have it now. My elder brothers and mom were all awake. Then 12 midnight came and my dad tuned again, he got the knob on the frequency perfectly now because it wasn’t *shhhhh* we have been listening to since that we heard again, instead it was a no sound, our hearts pounding, and then we heard a light musical sound and then the unmistakable voice of Olusesan Ekisola….WOWW!!! Who could have missed his voice, he was the superstar of OGBC 2 (Ogun State Broadcasting Corporation), the only radio station that me and my siblings listened to in our home then. Mr Ekisola welcomed the listeners and introduced those in the studio. If my memory serves me right, the following were in the studio: Kenny Ogungbe, Busola Faiga, Yemi Adenuga, Ambrose Somide, Dennis “the menace” Ogi, Segun “shy shy” Shillon, Steve “the slick” Kadiri etc. Also the very first commercial was aired at exactly 12.30 am, can’t remember what was advertised anyways. Also i remember Kenny Ogungbe coming on air at about 1.25 – 1.30 am that night. Hmmmmm… heart is pounding so fast as I type this, because I never knew I could remember this much or even write about it later in life *giggles*.
It’s so refreshing and beautiful as I look back and could say I was part of that historic night, reason being that if there were no listeners like us, then the history wouldn’t have been completed, as all the presenters would have been talking to themselves.
Ray Power has come a long way (I used to call them “Rail Power” then *coversface*). The station not only provided a platform for unbiased news reporting but also took entertainment via the airwaves to a whole new level – power play, sunnyside up, soul serenade, ray power jams etc….OMG, am gonna cry o, with these memories. I learnt virtually the whole of lagbaja’s album (coolu temper) by listening to songs from the album on Ray Power. Telephone companies of that time would forever be grateful to Ray Power because of the phone-in programs that were introduced. No doubt, their revenues went up. My elder brother (Steve Adams) later in November that same year started working with the station. Am sure he was the youngest staff then. This was the period before he got admission into the university, so he spent like 6 months there. His swagger went sky high during this time *teethopened*. Some other early staff such as Pauline Ugbodaga, Godwin Asuquo, Emmanuel Omola, Bashiru Adisa, Sule Ellams, Becky Ellams, Orlando Ellams, etc made the station a stand out station. I could go on and on, but then it’s been really uplifting reliving these memories. I won’t forget to mention the introduction of our very own hometown talk program (Afemai ne’khai) sometime around October or November of 1994. It was then hosted by the amiable Agnes Nwabuwa. The program is still on the air and it would be celebrating its 20th anniversary soon. I was at its 10th anniversary celebration 10years ago when it was held in the premises of DAAR communications in Alagbado. I went with my dad (Chief Adamson) and of course with the former ray power staff, my brother (Steve Adams). 20 years later, it all seems like yesterday. Ray Power has grown in leaps and bounds giving birth to about 30 more radio stations across the country and AIT, DaarSat, Faaji FM. Am having a huge dose of nostalgia but it’s a very good one and am mighty glad to have had the opportunity to be part of history. The very best part of the life of Ray Power is just starting. Happy 20th Anniversary.
Long Live Chief Raymond Dokpesi!
Long Live Ray Power!!
Long Live DAAR Communications!!!


Joseph Adams

Media Enthusiast and CEO Eclectic Media.

List of illegal Universities as published by the Nigeria Universities Commission

The National Universities Commission (NUC) wishes to announce to the general public, especially parents and prospective undergraduates, that the under-listed “Degree Mills” have not been licensed by the Federal Government and have, therefore, been closed down for violating the Education (National Minimum Standards etc.) Act CAP E3 Law of the Federation of Nigeria 2004.

FCI List of Illegal Universities in Nigeria Published by NUC
NUC List of Illegal Universities in Nigeria 2014:

1) University of Accountancy and Management Studies, operating anywhere in Nigeria.

2) Christians of Charity American University of Science & Technology, Nkpor, Anambra State or any of its other campuses.

3) University of Industry, Yaba, Lagos or any of its other campuses.

4) University of Applied Sciences & Management, Port Novo, Republic of Benin or any of its other campuses in Nigeria.

5) Blacksmith University, Awka or any of its other campuses.

6) Volta University College, Ho, Volta Region, Ghana or any of its other campuses in Nigeria.

7) Royal University Izhia, P.O. Box 800, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State or any of its other campuses.

Cool Atlanta University, Anyigba, Kogi State or any of its other campuses.

9) Sunday Adokpela University, Otada Adoka, Otukpo, Benue State or any of its other campuses.

10) United Christian University, Macotis Campus, Imo State or any of its other campuses.

11) United Nigeria University College, Okija, Anambra State or any of its other campuses.

12) Samuel Ahmadu University, Makurdi, Benue State or any of its other campuses.

13) UNESCO University, Ndoni, Rivers State or any of its other campuses.

14) Saint Augustine’s University of Technology, Jos, Plateau State or any of its other campuses.

15) The International University, Missouri, USA, Kano and Lagos Study Centres, or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

16) Collumbus University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria.

17) Tiu International University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria

18) Pebbles University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria.

19) London External Studies UK operating anywhere in Nigeria.

20) Pilgrims University operating anywhere in Nigeria.

21) Lobi Business School Makurdi, Benue State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

22) West African Christian University operating anywhere in Nigeria.

23) Bolta University College Aba or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

24) JBC Seminary Inc. (Wukari Jubilee University) Kaduna Illegal Campus.

25) Westlan University, Esie, Kwara State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

26) St. Andrews University College, Abuja or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

27) EC-Council University, USA, Ikeja Lagos Study Centre.

28) Atlas University, Ikot Udoso Uko, Uyo Akwa Ibom State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

29) Concept College/Universities (London) Ilorin or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

30) Halifax Gateway University, Ikeja or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

31) Kingdom of Christ University, Abuja or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

32) Acada University, Akinlalu, Oyo State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

33) Fifom University, Mbaise, Imo State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.

34) Houdegbe North American University campuses in Nigeria.

35) Atlantic Intercontinental University, Okija, Anambra State.

36) Open International University, Akure.

37) Middle Belt University (North Central University), Otukpo

38) Leadway University, Ughelli, Delta State

39) Metro University, Dutse/Bwari, Abuja

40) Southend University, Ngwuro Egeru (Afam) Ndoki, Rivers State

41) Olympic University, Nsukka, Enugu State

42) Federal College of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Abuja.

43) Temple University, Abuja

44) Irish University Business School London, operating anywhere in Nigeria.

45) National University of Technology, Lafia, Nasarawa State.

46) University of Accountancy and Management Studies, Mowe, Lagos – Ibadan Expressway and its Annex at 41, Ikorodu Road, Lagos.

47) University of Education, Winneba Ghana, operating anywhere in Nigeria.

48) Cape Coast University, Ghana, operating anywhere in Nigeria.

49) African University Cooperative Development (AUCD), Cotonou, Benin Republic, operating anywhere in Nigeria.

50) Pacific Western University, Denver, Colorado, Owerri Study Centre.

51) Evangel University of America & Chudick Management Academic, Lagos.

52) Enugu State University of Science and Technology (Gboko Campus).

53) Career Light Resources Centre, Jos.

54) University of West Africa, Kwali-Abuja, FCT.

55) Coastal Univversity, Iba-Oku, Akwa-Ibom State.
In addition to the closure, the following Degree Mills are currently undergoing further investigations and/or ongoing court actions. The purpose of these actions is to prosecute the proprietors and recover illegal fees and charges on subscribers.
1) National University of Nigeria, Keffi, Nasarawa State.

2) North Central University, Otukpo, Benue State.

3) Christ Alive Christian Seminary and University, Enugu.

4) Richmond Open University, Arochukwu, Abia State.

5) West Coast University, Umuahia.

6) Saint Clements University, Iyin Ekiti, Ekiti State.

7) Volta University College, Aba, Abia State.


I Never had a University Degree But I’m One Of The Richest Women Today – Mrs Folorunsho Alakija

I Never had a University Degree But I’m One Of The Richest Women Today – Mrs Folorunsho Alakija

CEO of  Famfa Oil, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija while speaking to the students of the University of Lagos during the 2014 UN International Youths Day in Lagos advised the students to be focused and work hard towards what ever they feel they want in life as she didn’t  have a University degree but today, is one of the richest women in the world.


Find Mrs Folorunsho ‘s full speech below.

“I come from Ikorodu, Lagos state. I am married to a dashing young lawyer of 70 years of age and we have four grown up gentlemen and grandchildren. It has not been a rag to riches fairytale. It has not been an overnight phenomenon like some cases which you find here and there all over the world. For as long as I can remember, I had always wanted my own business. Hard work…am trying to tell you how I got to where I am if you want those billions. Hard work, diligence, persistence…days where you nearly gave up but I chose not to give up.” Continue…

It would have been easy to compromise but I chose not to and I stayed focus. I could have stayed a secretary as my father desired according to his plan for me but I had bigger aspirations. I dreamt big. God strengthened me and gave me wisdom. I had a passion and burning desire to succeed. Being a secretary, a banker, a fashion icon, a cooperate promoter and printer, a real estate owner, an oil magnate, that I can assure you was no easy feat. Firm belief that what is worth doing is what doing well or not doing at all. I took charge of my life with the tools I have shared with you. I chose to become born again at the age of 40. I chose to make a covenant with God that if he would bless me I would work for him all the days of my life. I chose to hold on to the cross and look up to him every step of the way. Today additional accomplishment includes a wife of almost 40 years, a mother, grandmother, ministry, counseling, outreach, NGO Rose of Sharon Foundation for widows and Author, writer, author of several inspirational books. All I say to the glory of God. So I am 63 and I am not yet done. So what is your excuse? I never went to a University and I am proud to say so because I don’t think I have done too badly. You do not have to have a University education to be able to make it so count yourselves privileged to have that education as part of the feather in your cap” she said.

RIP Mike Brown. Ferguson teen laid to rest

It was a sad day for the Ferguson, Missouri community and most importantly African-Americans and blacks all over the world, when it was announced that 18 year old unarmed Michael Brown was gunned down by a police officer.

The fatal shooting drew comparisons to the death of Trayvon Martin and Oscar Grant, both young black men.

After so much protests and a national debate on where race stands in America, Michael was laid to rest on Monday 25th August 2014 at the Friendly Temple, Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis, Missouri.

At the funeral service, mourners sang, clapped and danced, remembering the teen. His body was in a black and gold casket, topped with the St. Louis Cardinals baseball cap he was wearing when he was killed on the 9th of August.

We did not know you Michael Brown, but all we can say with sadness in our hearts is RIP.


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10 Crazy Things We Love About Lagos

The ying of the lagos yang

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Lagos, Traffic, Crazy, City

In Lagos city, being normal is crazy, in a way. So it is not out of place to witness some cracked up scenes which, in normal climes, it will be out of place but here in our city, we take them as normal occurrences. And boy, we love our Lagos. Lagos is quite a unique place to live in. It is only in Lagos city that you find that things are done in a unique way.

We have our passion for Pomo, that delicious cow skin that is an indispensable part of our meals; at every street corner, you find the woman that roasts Boli, (plantain), and groundnut, the street fast food that does a lot service for hustling guys; every street has two or three beer palour that serves drinks soaked in water coolers that serves as refrigerators; not to talk of the accompanying pepper soups with all kinds…

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Photos: Fashola commissions newly built tejuosho market

Lagos state Governor, Raji Fashola today August 15th commissioned the newly refurbished Tejuosho market in Yaba Lagos, 7 years after the old market structure was completely gutted by fire.
The refurbished market, which used to have 1,484 lockup, has been increased to 2,640. Facilities in the new market complex includes banking spaces, 8 lifts to enable goods, services and people move up, two escalators for up and down movement of people, two ramps designed to assist physically handicapped people to get into and out of the building and a crèche where nursing mothers can attend to and keep their children while they are trading.

There is also a dedicated Fire Service Station within the complex with fire fighting systems built in the market to forestall any incident of fire disaster as well as a dedicated 800-vehicle capacity car-park unit.