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Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Neymar To Real Madrid Impossible For Now – Father

November 29, 2017 0
Neymar To Real Madrid Impossible For Now – Father
Neymar To Real Madrid Impossible For Now - Father

Neymar joining Real Madrid is impossible in the short-term, according to the player’s father.
Paris Saint-Germain stunned the footballing world when they secured Neymar for a world-record fee of €222 million from Barcelona in August.
The 25-year-old has starred with 14 goals in 15 matches across all competitions for the Ligue 1 leaders but his time in the French capital has already been marked by speculation over uneasy relations with both head coach Unai Emery and star team-mate Edinson Cavani.
Spanish football magazine Don Balon has reported Madrid are planning a blockbusting €250m move for Neymar at the end of this season that would be financed by the sales of Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez, Karim Benzema and Rafael Varane, while a piece by Diario Gol claimed Los Blancos president Florentino Perez advised Neymar to leave Barca for PSG in order to smooth a path to the Santiago Bernabeu in the long-term.
“Today, we don’t have this thought,” Neymar Sr told Fox Sport Brasil when asked about a move to Madrid, a prospect he was careful not to rule out entirely.
“Answering that is feeding an impossible idea, I can’t talk about negotiations in five or six years.
“Neymar has a long contract with PSG and he just arrived. We have been here for three months and it is already being said that he is going to leave.
“It is complicated for people to respond to this type of thing because it feeds what is spoken.”
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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Emmanuel Amuneke Appointed As Coach Of Al Khartoum Watani, Sudanese Club

November 08, 2017 0
Emmanuel Amuneke
Sudanese club Al Khartoum Watani appointed Emmanuel Amuneke as coach

​Sudanese top division club Al Khartoum Watani have appointed Emmanuel Amuneke as their new head coach for the forthcoming season, reports.

Amuneke, who was unveiled Tuesday evening, signed a two-year deal at the club.

Amuneke, a former Super Eagles winger and Nigeria U-17s and U-20 coach, replaces Kwesi Appiah who took over the reins as Ghana’s head coach for the third time earlier in the year.

“Yes I have been appointed,” the former Barcelona and Albacete winger confirmed the news of his appointment to

“It’s a challenge for me and I believe my wealth of experience as a player and a coach will help the team.

“The target is a herculean one but we will try as much as we can to break the dominance of Al Merreikh and Al Hilal, who between them have won every league title since 1970 except in 1992.”

The 46-year-old led Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets to a fifth title at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup title in Chile, but failed to lead the same set of players at the U-20 level to African Youth Championship in Zambia.
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15 Cheapest Universities In Nigeria & Their School Fees 2017

November 08, 2017 0
15 Cheapest Universities In Nigeria & Their School Fees 2017
Before you chose your choice of institution, it is better to know how much they are paying as fee.
You might apply for admission into any University and finds out that the tuition fee is above what you bargain for. Because of that, we have list all the Nigerian Universities and their school fees for 2017.

1. Ahmadu Bello University (ABU)
Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) is a federal government research university located in Zaria, Kaduna State. ABU was founded on October 4, 1962, as the University of Northern Nigeria. The university operates two campuses: Samaru (main) and Kongo in Zaria. There is also pre-degree School located in Funtua few kilometres away from main campus owned by the university.
The Samaru campus houses the administrative offices, faculties of; sciences, social-sciences, arts and languages, education, environmental design, engineering, medical sciences. agricultural sciences and research facilities. The Kongo campus hosts the faculties of Law and Administration.
The Faculty of Administration consists of Accounting, Business Administration, Local Government and Development Studies and Public Administration Departments. Additionally, the university is responsible for a variety of other institutions and programs at other locations.
School Fees Range: ₦ 27,000

2. University of Ibadan (UI)
The University of Ibadan (UI) is the oldest and one of the most prestigious Nigerian universities, and is located five miles (8 kilometres) from the centre of the major city of Ibadan in Western Nigeria. Besides the College of Medicine, there are now eleven other faculties: Arts , Science, Agriculture and Forestry, Social Sciences, Education, Veterinary Medicine, Technology, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, and Dentistry. The University has residential and sports facilities for staff and students on campus, as well as separate botanical and zoological gardens.
School Fees Range: ₦ 30,000

3. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB)
The Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Ogun State, or FUNAAB, (FUNAAB) was established on 1 January 1988 by the Federal Government when four universities of technology, earlier merged in 1984, were demerged. This led to the creation of the first two universities of agriculture in Abeokuta and Makurdi.
The university is one of the three universities of agriculture in Nigeria, the other being in Makurdi (Benue State) and Umudike (Abia State). The university started at its mini-campus in Isale-Igbein in the heart of Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.
In December 1997 it moverd to its permanent site on a 10,000-hectare campus which is located next to the Ogun-Oshun River Basin Development Authority on the Abeokuta-Ibadan road in the North Eastern end of the city, 15 km from Abeokuta City Centre.
School Fees Range: ₦ 32,000

4. Bayero University, Kano (BUK)
Bayero University Kano (BUK) is a university situated in Kano, Kano State, Nigeria. It was founded in 1977, when it was renamed from Bayero University College and upgraded from university college to university. It has Faculties of Agriculture, Arts and Islamic Studies, Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Science, Earth and Environmental Studies, Pharmacy, Social, Management Science and the recent Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology.
Research Centers include: Center for Dryland Agriculture, Center for Biotechnology Research, Center for Renewable Energy and Center for the Study of Nigerian Languages among others.
School Fees Range: ₦ 33,000

5. University of Calabar (UNICAL)
The University of Calabar – also known as UNICAL – is a university situated in Calabar, Cross River State, southeastern Nigeria. It is one of Nigeria’s second generation federal universities.
The University of Calabar was a campus of the University of Nigeria until 1975. The architecture was designed by John Elliott. It was established by decree to fulfill this traditional mandate, its motto “Knowledge for Service”.
The male students are known as Malabites, while the female students are Malabresses. The male hostel is called Malabo. This was a result of challenges faced by the students at a time which coincided with the suffering experienced in Malabo by Nigerian deportees from Equatorial Guinea (whose capital is Malabo) at the time.
School Fees Range: ₦ 35,000

6. University of Abuja, Gwagwalada (UNIABUJA)
The University of Abuja in the Nigerian capital Abuja was established on January 1, 1988 (under Decree No. 110 of 1992 as amended) as a dual-mode university with the mandate to run conventional and distance learning programmes.
The Law Faculty being the pride of the University of Abuja, is known for having one of the most Organised Student Representative Councils (LAWSAN) in the Country.
The university has its mini campus in Gwagwalada, Abuja, Nigeria and a permanent site covering about 11,824 hectares located along the Kaduna – Lokoja – Abuja Road. The Permanent site is home to the Faculties of Arts, Science, Management Science Veterinary medicine, Agriculture and Engineering with the College of medicine and contains the university senate and other administrative building. The mini campus is still the temporary location to the Faculties of education social science, and law.
School Fees Range: ₦ 36,000

9. Federal University, Dutsin-Ma, Katsina (FUDMA)
Federal University Dutsin-Ma built by the administration of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan was founded in February 2011 and is located in Katsina state.
The school has eight faculties which include: Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Faculty of Management Sciences, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Sciences and School of General and Preliminary Studies.
School Fees Range: ₦ 43,000

10. University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT)
The University of Port-Harcourt is a university in the Nigerian city of Port Harcourt. It was established in 1975 as University College, Port Harcourt, and was given university status in 1977.
UNIPORT has ten faculties which include Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Management Sciences, College of Health Sciences, Faculty of Natural and Applied Science, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Agriculture.
School Fees Range: ₦ 45,000

11. Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOUAU)
The Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, originally the Federal University of Agriculture, is a federal university in Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria established as a specialized University by a Federal Government of Nigeria Decree No 48 of November 1992.
The institution is located in the Agricultural Training and Research city of Umudike, about 10 kilometers from Umuahia (capital of Abia State). The major link road to the University is the Umuahia-Ikot Ekpene Federal Road, a direct route to the State capitals of Abia Akwa-Ibom and Cross River States.
The first set of students were admitted into the institution during the 1993/94 academic year with a student population of 82. The nickname “Umudykes” or “U’dykers” refers to students, alumni, and sports teams of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture.
School Fees Range: ₦ 46,000

12. University of Benin (UNIBEN)
The Great University of Benin – also known as UNIBEN – is one of Nigeria’s first generation federal universities. The University of Benin was founded in 1970. It started as an Institute of Technology and was accorded the status of a full-fledged University by National Universities Commission (NUC) on 1 July 1971.
Following NUC’s directives, the university experimented with the Collegiate System in 1991/92 and 1992/93. However, in the light of new developments, the university reverted to the Faculty System in January 1994. Presently, the university essentially operates the Faculty System except for the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Basic Medical Sciences, and Institute of Child Health, which reverted to the Collegiate System in August 1999, with a Provost as its administrative head.
The faculties include Agriculture, Arts, Education, Engineering, Law, Life Sciences, Management Sciences, Pharmacy, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, Environmental Science and Center For Entrepreneurship Study.
School Fees Range: ₦ 47,000

13. Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO)
Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) is a Federal Government established post-secondary educational institution located in Owerri, Nigeria.
FUTO specializes in technological education. The University is a designated Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering and has a core competence in the development of vaccines and drugs.
FUTO has nine schools which include School of Agriculture and Agriculture Technology, School of Engineering and Engineering Technology, School of Entrepreneurship and Management Technology, School of Environmental Technology, School of Life Sciences, School of Physical Sciences, School of Information and Communication Technology, School of Technology Education and School of Post Graduate Studies.
School Fees Range: ₦ 48,000

14. Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA)
The Federal University of Technology Akure (informally known as FUTA) was founded in 1981 under a drive by the government of Nigeria to create universities that specialised in producing graduates with practical as well as theoretical knowledge of technologies. It is located in Akure.
Federal University of Technology Akure has been ranked the 8th best university and 1st University Of Technology in Nigeria by webometrics as at 2015.
FUTA has seven schools which include School of Science, School of Earth and Mineral Sciences, School of Environmental Technology, School of Engineering and Engineering Technology, School of Agricultural and Agricultural Technology, School of Management Technology and School of Postgraduate Studies.
School Fees Range: ₦ 49,000

15. Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMINNA)
Federal University of Technology Minna (FUTMINNA) is a Federal Government established post-secondary educational institution located in Minna, Nigeria.
FUTMINNA specializes in technological education. The University is a designated Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering and has a core competence in the development of vaccines and drugs.
FUTMINNA was founded in 1983, and the first Vice-Chancellor was Professor J.O. Ndagi who served from 1983 to 1990. In the beginning, the University took over the facilities of the former Government Teachers’ College Bosso, for use on a permanent basis.
This site now serves as the Bosso Campus of the University. The main campus gidan kwano which is sited on a 10,650 hectares of land is located along the Minna – Kataeregi – Bida Road.
School Fees Range: ₦ 50,000
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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

2018 Budget: FG to spend N35bn on Housing Programme, N9.8bn on Mambilla Hydro Project

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Buhari presenting the 2018 budget proposal to the National Assembly 
The Federal Government has set aside N35.4bn to address the housing needs of its workforce under the National Housing Programme in 2018.
President Muhammadu Buhari made this known when he presented the 2018 budget proposal at the joint session of the National Assembly in Abuja on Tuesday.
He also announced a budgetary allocation of N9.8bn for the Mambilla hydro power project in Gembu in Taraba.
The Federal Executive Council had on August 30, approved $5.79bn (about N1.140trn) for the construction of the Mambilla hydro plant 45 years after its conception.
Gov. Darius Ishaku of Taraba, had on Monday, lauded President Buhari for ensuring the commencement of work on the 3,050 megawatts Mambilla Hydro Electric Power Plant.
President Buhari stated that the N9.8bn earmarked for the plant included N8.5bn as counterpart funding.
The president revealed that the 2018 budget estimate also contained N12bn counterpart funding for earmarked transmission lines and substations as well as N10bn for the second Niger Bridge project in the South East region.
According to him, about N300bn has been set aside for the construction and rehabilitation of the strategic roads across the country.
“Furthermore, we have also invested a lot of time and effort in identifying alternative means of funding new projects.

“For example, the recent N100 billion Sukuk Financing will cater specifically for the development of 25 roads across the country.
“We also developed different structures that empower private investors to contribute to the development of roads of significant national importance.
“Already, we are seeing results. For example: The Bonny-Bodo Road is being jointly funded by the Federal Government and Nigeria LNG Limited.
“This project was conceived decades ago but it was abandoned. This Administration restarted the project and when completed, it will enable road transportation access for key communities in the Niger- Delta region,’’ he added.

The president stated that the Apapa Wharf-Toll Gate Road in Lagos State was also being constructed by private sector investors in exchange for tax credits.
He maintained that the Federal Government had also continued work on key strategic roads, adding that over 766 kilometres of roads were constructed or rehabilitated across the country in 2017.
“For instance, work is at various stages of completion on these strategic roads with immense socio-economic benefits: rehabilitation of Ilorin-Jebba-Mokwa-Birnin-Gwari-Kaduna Road; Dualization of Oyo-Ogbomosho-Ilorin Road and rehabilitation of Gombe-Numan-Yola Road.’’

Others, according to him, are dualization of Kano-Maiduguri Road; rehabilitation of Sokoto-Tambuwal-Jega road and Kotangora-Makera road that transverse Sokoto, Kebbi and Niger States; rehabilitation and reconstruction of Enugu-Port-Harcourt road; rehabilitation of Enugu-Onitsha Dual Carriageway Road and rehabilitation of Aleshi-Ugep Road and the Iyamoyun-Ugep Section in Cross River State.
The president also disclosed that his administration had embarked on the rehabilitation, reconstruction and expansion of Lagos-Ibadan Dual Carriageway road; construction of Loko-Oweto Bridge over River Benue in Nasarawa and Benue States and the construction Gokanni Bridge along Tegina-Mokwa-Jebba road in Niger State.(NAN)
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Monday, 6 November 2017

BVN: Banks move to stop deposit forfeiture, lobby AGF

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BVN: Banks move to stop deposit forfeiture, lobby AGF
Deposit Money Banks in the country are lobbying the Office of the Attorney General of the Federation to back down on the plan by the Federal Government to seize monies in the bank accounts of customers without the Bank Verification Number, it has been learnt.
A Federal High Court in Abuja had ordered the forfeiture of all monies in bank accounts owned by corporate organisations, government agencies and individuals without the BVN.
The forfeiture order, which was issued by Justice Dimgba Igwe, while ruling on an ex parte application filed by the Federal Government through the Office of the Attorney General of the Federation, is not final yet.

The owners of the accounts had 14 days to claim ownership of same and show cause why the amounts in them should not be permanently forfeited to the Federal Government.
The court also ordered the banks to advertise the accounts without the BVN in a widely circulated national newspaper as notice to those who might have any interest in them.
The court gave the order on October 17 following an application that was filed on September 28.
Justice Dimgba adjourned until November 16 for the hearing of the substantive application seeking the forfeiture of the sums in the accounts without the BVN.
The judge ordered the banks to file an affidavit of disclosure before the court, showing the names of the affected accounts, the account numbers, outstanding balances, domiciliary accounts and the bank branches where the accounts were domiciled.
The court directed that the order be equally served on the Central Bank of Nigeria.
Our correspondent gathered on Sunday that although the banks had started compiling the lists of accounts without the BVN, they were not in a hurry to publish the details of such accounts, especially before the November 16 scheduled for the substantive hearing on the case.
The executive director of one of the banks, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said, “The banks are lobbying the AGF; we hope to get them to understand why they should not carry out such an order. This money belongs to private people. Why will the government seize what belongs to them?
“Most of the customers who have yet to comply have one reason or the other for not doing so. Some are abroad; some don’t have the time to link the BVN to all their bank accounts; some have issues relating to estate and the need to get a letter of administration.”
The ED noted that such an action might send a wrong signal to foreign investors and the international community.
The chief executive officer of a mid-size bank told our correspondent that the government had no business asking private depositors to forfeit their funds for failing to obtain the BVN.
The CEO said, “If you cannot prove that the proceeds in such accounts are from illegal sources, then it is shameful for the government to do that. Government knows how to trace those accounts with monies that are proceeds of crime. Government cannot just seize private funds. It will create confidence crisis and several legal battles. We are talking to them as a group and we hope that the government will get to understand us.
“Some people have been outside the country for some time now. There are not enough centres overseas to enable them obtain the BVN there. Some have issues relating to estate. Some don’t have time to link the BVN to their bank accounts.”
Named as defendants in the suit are Access Bank Plc, Citi Bank Nigeria, Diamond Bank Plc, Ecobank Nigeria, Fidelity Bank Plc, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, First City Monument Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank Plc and Heritage Bank Plc.
Other banks are Keystone Bank, Skye Bank Plc, Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc, Union Bank of Nigeria Plc, United Bank for Africa Plc, Unity Bank Plc, Wema Bank Plc, Zenith Bank Plc and the CBN.
An industry stakeholder, Mr. Johnson Chukwu, had said there was a need for the Federal Government to give more time to enable rural dwellers to comply with the BVN requirement.
According to him, most of the learned bank customers have complied, and the majority of those who have yet to comply are illiterate people dwelling in the rural places.
He stated that the CBN needed to communicate through local languages in order to get the rural dwellers to comply.
“Another  category of people who have not complied are those who opened the bank accounts with fictitious names, or those who got their money through illegal or criminal proceeds, and will not want to come up to claim ownership of such accounts. These people constitute the highest amount in terms of the value of the money,” he added.
Some bank officials said there were certain accounts that the institutions could not link up due to names mismatch.
The President, United Labour Congress, Mr. Joe Ajaero, faulted the court order asking the CBN to freeze all bank accounts without the BVN.
He said, “I do not agree with the court. The court should have taken into consideration that most owners of those accounts have not been around to register for the BVN, or are incapacitated to do so now.
“We are aware that a good number of the account bearers have been out of the country and cannot get the BVN until they return, while others have been indisposed over the years due to severe health challenges.
“The right thing would have been an order asking the banks to suspend the operation of such accounts pending when the BVN will be allocated to the accounts.”
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mr. Ifedayo Adedipe, had said though the Federal Government should be commended for the BVN policy, it was unconstitutional for citizens to be ordered to forfeit their money over failure to supply the number.
Adedipe said, “I think the objective of the BVN policy is to enable the government to track accounts and individuals who own them. If we are serious about fighting money laundering and financial crimes, I think that is a commendable step.
Another SAN, Mr. Seni Adio, had expressed reservation about the order, saying there was a question mark on its constitutionality.
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Saturday, 4 November 2017

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Remember Brazilian Star Player Adriano? Well He Has Squandered All His Money And Is Now A Drug Dealer

November 04, 2017 0
Remember Brazilian Star Player Adriano
If things had gone to plan, Adriano should be getting ready to lead Brazil out at his hometown Olympics.
He would be back at Flamengo after 15 years in Europe’s elite and would be considered a legend like Ronaldinho.
Well guess what? Things haven’t gone to plan.
These days, Adriano lives in the slums of Rio and has to pay a local gang protection money to keep him safe.
The striker, 34, left Miami United in May and has since returned to the city of his birth.
And his current predicament is a far cry from his life in Italy, where he scored 44 goals in 103 games for Inter and earned £80,000 a week.
According to reports in Brazil, he pays protection money to the Red Command gang in the in Vila Cruzeiro slum, one of Rio’s most dangerous favelas.
Flavia Bueno, of the Cambridge University’s Brazilian Society, told The Star: “Rio can be brutal.
“It is a very expensive city, and so it is not surprising that he has returned to live in the favela.
“Around 24 kids die there everyday. There are drugs, guns and gangs.”
The Red Command have killed thousands using their trademark AK47s in the battle to control Rio’s drug trade.
Adriano himself was pictured holding the gun and posing with the Red Command’s signature hand gestures.
He was also once arrested on charges relating to drug trafficking and a woman was shot in his car after he had been out clubbing in Rio.
How has it come to this for Adriano – the superstar with a 99 power rating in Pro Evo?
Well he reportedly spent £18,000 a night on prostitutes, for starters.
But if you don’t feel a tinge of sadness at the predicament of one of football’s cult heroes then we’ve got some bad news.
Speaking to R7 of the incident, he revealed: “Only I know how much I suffered.
“The death of my father left a huge hole. I felt alone and I isolated myself when he died. I was sad and depressed in Italy, and that was when I started to drink.”
He departed Inter in 2009 after helping them to four consecutive Scudetto titles to rejoin Flamengo, but he never truly fulfilled his potential.
Adriano had the world at his feet during the mid-2000s, but sadly his potential was wasted due to off-the-field issues.due to off-the-field issues.
Remember Brazilian Star Player Adriano

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Friday, 3 November 2017

Bet slip of the day

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                                                               Today 4/11/2017

                                           Wigan v Crawley Town --------------------1 or x1
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BREAKING! Lil Kesh Deported from the USA

November 03, 2017 0
According to viral online reports, Nigerian rapper, Keshinro Ololade popularly known as Lil Kesh, was recently deported from the United States, and might not be entering the country anytime soon.
The singer/indigenous rapper, was denied entry at the point of Entry with the immigration officers in USA.
The star visa was canceled and was immediately put on the next flight back to Nigeria.
Reports by the blog claim that his ban might be lifted after 5 years.

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President Buhari Approves Committee On Minimum Wage Review

November 03, 2017 0
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the membership of the proposed National Minimum Wage Committee which will be inaugurated any moment from now.
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Nigige, made the disclosure after visiting the president in the State House, where he briefed him happenings in his ministry.
Nigige who recalled Buhari administration’s promise to address minimum wage issue while in office, said the date for the inauguration of the committee would be determined as soon as members of the organised labour return from the meeting of the Labour Governing Board in Geneva, Switzerland.
“When we came to power in 2015, there was a minimum wage, and by May 2016, we now had a deregulation in the petroleum industry and prices of petroleum products went up and we started discussions with the organised Labour.
“One of the agreements was that the issue would be addressed. The old law expired last year August and we are now in the process of empaneling a new national minimum wage committee.
“I have cleared the appointments with the president today and as soon as the Labour people come back from the Labour Governing Board meeting in Geneva, we will take a consensus date with the governors because it is a tripartite committee involving federal and states, the private sector – National Employment Consultative Agency (NECA), Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), National Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA), Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). These are the arms that will be involved. Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC), their affiliates have done their nominations. What we are now trying to finetune is the date for inauguration,” he said.
Ngige who said discussion with the affected parties would decide whether the N56,000 minimum wage being demanded by the workers is achievable, said various jobs had been created by the agricultural policy of this government, stating that between five to seven million jobs have so far be created.
He said, “This is the first major opportunity we had to brief Mr. President especially as we had a harvest of strikes in September. So, we had to look at where we are and also look at where we are in terms of job creation, Labour administration and the issue of national minimum wage, which Labour has been asking the government to set in motion the process.
“We promised jobs but what has happened is that people tried to quantify jobs in terms of white collar jobs for graduates from universities, polytechnic but they don’t want to look at the blue collar jobs. Agriculture and agric chains alone have created more than 5-7 Million jobs. Talk in terms of rice. From rice tilling, harvesting, sending to the paddies, mills, and even where people are making the jut bags, transportations, people are getting jobs. So, that value chain alone from agric is enormous.
“Take the N-power, we have created millions of jobs from here. Skill acquisition from the NDE and other agencies of government, jobs are being created. We give them tools as plumbers, electricians, cosmetologists, shoe makers, tilers and several other areas. We have created several jobs.”
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Thursday, 2 November 2017

5 Key Ways To Prevent Premature Ejaculation

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5 Key Ways To Prevent Premature Ejaculation
Are you suffering from premature ejaculation? Guys, here are five things you can do that will help.
Masturbate first
Masturbate to orgasm an hour or two before intercourse; this can help delay ejaculation during $ex.
Try the stop-start technique
Masturbate alone, but do it with a dry hand, almost to the point of ejaculation, and then stop. Do this three times; the fourth time, ejaculate. After many sessions of practice, you will gain some control. Then begin to increase the stimulation, first using lubrication and your own hand, then ask your wife to masturbate you, then try vaginal penetration. Consistent practice will lead to results.
Hold off on penetration
Avoid penetration for the first 15 minutes of lovemaking. Focus on other $exual play to take the pressure off.
Try the squeeze technique
Have $ex until you feel close to ejaculation. At that point, gently squeeze the end of the Pen!s (where the “head” meets the shaft) for several seconds. Stop having $ex for 30 seconds, and then start again. Repeat this pattern until you want to ejaculate.
Do Kegels
Kegel exercises strengthen the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle, which contracts during orgasm; a well-toned muscle means better control. (To locate the muscle: When you urinate, tense up and interrupt the flow; what you’re clenching is the PC muscle.) Do several sets of Kegels every day.
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November 02, 2017 0

While speaking after a 3-1 humiliation by Tottenham during last night’s UEFA Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo stated that his team are no longer strong after selling some of their players during the transfer.
Portugal international, Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that Real Madrid are a weaker team following the departure of a number of stars this summer, including Chelsea record signing Alvaro Morata.
The Spanish outfit have made an unspectacular start to their defence of both La Liga and the Champions League, suffering a 3-1 defeat to Tottenham just days after Girona shocked them.
That leaves them eight points adrift of Barcelona in the league, while Spurs are now favourites to top Group H after taking four points off the defending champions.
And Ronaldo believes their struggles this season can be traced back to their transfer business over the summer, when they surprisingly allowed the likes of Morata to depart.
“The players who have come in have great potential” the Portuguese superstar told reporters after netting the consolation goal at Wembley on Wednesday night.
“But Pepe, Morata and James Rodriguez made us stronger – now the team is younger. We are also without [Dani] Carvajal and [Gareth] Bale.
“It’s not a worse squad, but it has less experience and that is very important – though it is not an excuse. I’m happy and don’t want to set off alarms.”
Morata has already scored seven goals for Chelsea across all competitions since moving to west London, while Karim Benzema has struggled in front of goal, netting just once.
James, meanwhile, moved to Bayern Munich, though has been used only sporadically so far, while centre-back Pepe moved to Turkish giants Besiktas.

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Death of Senator Bola Tinubu’s son sad, shocking – PDP

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described the death of Jide, son of Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, the National Leader of All Progressive Congress (APC) as sad, shocking and very painful.
Mr Dayo Adeyeye, the Publicity Secretary of the party’s National Caretaker Committee, stated this in a condolence message on Thursday in Abuja.
“We believe that the Almighty God knows the best and understands the circumstances surrounding his sudden departure from us.
“We pray God to give his family and the Government of Lagos State the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss,” Adeleye said.
He prayed that the soul of deceased would rest in perfect peace.

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Monday, 16 October 2017

9 Incredible Signs That You’re in a Toxic Relationship

October 16, 2017 0
Relationship tips 
Romantic relationships dawned with the ‘want’ for that opposite sex who made the other ‘feel’ a certain type of way. A way that could only be tamed and satiated with having that one, or claiming that one as his’ or her’s.
The histories of relationships fall back to people wanting to feel valued by someone else.
A lot has changed on the perspective of what a relationship is, and should be. Some people look forward to relationships because they either feel lonely, desperate, or they need someone to love them so they feel valuable and worthy. These feelings that lead a man or woman to a relationship, never make the relationship work. If it does work, the partners (who genuinely want to be together) must have done a lot of ‘work’ together.
Unhealthy feelings about oneself, insecurities, the lack of self-respect and/or self-compassion, self-love, will make one settle for less in a relationship. You don’t want that.
You don’t deserve that.

Society has taught us to emotionally depend on our partner when, in fact, a stable relationship should include giving space, and respecting each other. But love is blind, and we often ignore the signs that a relationship is becoming harmful.
If you identify with most of them, maybe it’s time to rethink your relationship.
egozthoughts 9 signs toxic relationship
  1. They don’t let you go out with your friends.
You barely see your friends, and when you do, you always bring your partner along. If this sounds familiar, it could be a warning sign. You have to understand that sometimes a relationship needs space to grow. It is necessary to give each other space to keep from drowning in the relationship.
Spending a lot of time together is like an addiction and is common in that first phase of love. But we must try not to stifle the relationship from the beginning or it may turn into a martyrdom.
  1. They control your wallet.
Trust is essential, but you always have to put yourself first. What if the relationship ends and your partner has been managing your money? What would you live on? Economic violence is a form of domination.
It’s perfectly normal for a couple to share experiences and goods. A solution is to combine some of your income into a single pot but to also have separate money.
  1. They go through your phone.
egozthoughts 9 signs toxic relationship
Going through each other’s phones and e-mails is not normal. It’s not proof of love: it’s an invasion of privacy and a sign of an unhealthy relationship. This kind of controlling behavior can isolate partners and even lead to domestic abuse. You have to learn to trust each other because trust is what healthy relationships are built on.
  1. They tell you how to dress.
To have stability in a relationship you must start by loving and respecting yourself.
egozthoughts 9 signs toxic relationship
Your partner doesn’t like the way you dress? It’s not up to them to decide. You dress for yourself, not for others. Developing your sense of self-confidence may be difficult, but it’s essential for a healthy relationship.
  1. They get angry when it takes you too long to answer the phone.
If you feel that this attitude is not harmful, we suggest you remember that a relationship should give you peace of mind, not negative feelings. If you tremble with fear every time you see a missed call from your partner, something is wrong.
  1. They are jealous of your best friend.
Jealousy is a disease. It’s true that sometimes we make jokes about it, but when the jokes become serious, it is better to flee. If your partner doesn’t trust you, there will never be stability.
  1. You’re afraid to say what’s on your mind.
To love is to be happy, not to be afraid. Your partner should be someone you can confide in, not someone you are afraid to talk to.
Don’t be afraid to say what you think, and have respect for a differing point of view. In the end, having different opinions brings richness and diversity to the relationship.
  1. They insult you.
There are limits that once crossed, there is no turning back. Therefore it’s best to never cross them. Does your partner repeatedly criticize and insult you and it has become a common situation? Well, you should not allow it to be that way. If you start a relationship, set rules for yourself, like never to insult your partner. If they insult you, do not fall for that game. You’re better than that.
  1. Your friends have tried to warn you.
egozthoughts 9 signs toxic relationship
If so, listen to them. It’s often difficult to look at a situation objectively, but our family or friends may have a clearer idea because they see it from a different angle.
If they notice you’re often sad, quiet, or distracted, they are probably seeing a problem that you refuse to see.

So, what is a healthy relationship?
egozthoughts 9 signs toxic relationship
A healthy relationship is composed of numerous things including safety, support, and mutual respect. You must understand that unhealthy jealousy is not a sign of love. Learn to respect and love yourself and to realize what you deserve, as all your relationships are a mirror of your inner love.
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Sunday, 15 October 2017

How I Bought 15 Cars, Built Four Houses by Trading in Human Parts – Ogun Man Makes Shocking Confession

October 15, 2017 0
Nemesis has begun catching up with suspected ritualists in Ogun State trading in human body parts as no week passes these days without the police in the state arresting a suspected ritualist.

Lateef Aremu 

According to Vanguard, in the latest onslaught against them, no fewer than seven were arrested.

The state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, in the meantime, allayed the fear of residents, saying security agents would not be tired of arresting suspected ritualists.

Iliyasu was speaking on the arrest of the seven suspects who allegedly operated in three syndicates and apprehended by men of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad.

The first syndicate was said to have comprised of two suspected members, Lateef Aremu (67) and Kola Sodipo (32), who allegedly specialized in purchasing and exhuming corpses for money ritual.
According to the police boss, men of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad arrested Aremu and Sodipo after receiving information about ritualists who specialised in using human parts.
“The Federal SARS received information about some ritualists who specialised in using human parts for ritual purposes. So, based on the information, a team was sent to track them down and the effort was successful when two members of the syndicate were arrested at Owode-Egba area of the state”,
Iliyasu said.

“ Kolawole Sodipo and Lateef Aremu were arrested. Recovered from them were human skulls and bones, as well as six live cartridges”.

Speaking with Sunday Vanguard, Aremu confessed that he used human parts to prepare various charms for people, adding that the business had provided him the financial muscle to acquire 15 cars and four houses.
Aremu, who claimed that he was a farmer and herbalist, did not deny that he used human parts to make charms for people.

He said the human skull he was allegedly caught with by the police was brought to him by his colleague for money ritual.

“I am a farmer and an herbalist. We were doing a foundation in Itoko where I wanted to build a house; there, we saw these bones and we packed them inside a bag and that is all. However, when we wanted to do money ritual, he brought a dry skull for the purpose”, the suspect said.

“What we did was to grind the skull and add other ingredients, including a white dove and local soap. It has been up to 20 years since I have been in the business. I don’t use human parts all the time. I only do once in a while. “I have built four houses and bought up to 15 vehicles since 1980 when I started this business”.

Sodipo, 32, while explaining his role in the syndicate, said, “I am a farmer. I know baba (Aremu) to be an herbalist, because he usually comes to see my landlord. I also trained as an herbalist.
“Someone came to me requesting for money ritual and I directed him to baba who negotiated and collected N75, 000 from the client but the ritual failed. The man called me to complain and I asked him to collect his money. He wasn’t ready to collect the money, he wanted it repeated but it failed again.

“I didn’t know anything about the skull. I didn’t take any skull to him. I only specialized in working for petty traders to boost their trade”
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Fake Ronaldo Invades Pitch As Ronaldo Score His First league Goal

October 15, 2017 0
As if Real Madrid’s squad wasn’t overstocked with world-class talent to begin with, they actually found themselves with two Cristiano Ronaldos on the pitch at one point during Saturday’s La Liga clash with Getafe.

Indeed, a pitch invader came running onto the pitch at the Alfonso Perez and made a beeline for Ronaldo before eventually being rounded up by security and escorted back from when he came.
Fake Ronaldo 

It turns out the opportunistic fan simply wanted to have a quick chat with his idol, while dressed exactly like him.
Madrid escaped with the three points with Karim Benzema opening scoring in the 39th minute. Jorge Molina equalised at the break; but Ronaldo scored the winner in the 85 minute.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane had rested five players who are likely to start on Tuesday against Tottenham in the Champions League, but with Isco and Luka Modric on the bench and Raphael Varane, Keylor Navas and Casemiro all sidelined they dominated their local neighbours in the first half. Gareth Bale also missed this one as Madrid looked to close
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Friday, 13 October 2017

Official: Guardiola Named Barclays Manager Of The Month

October 13, 2017 0
Pep Guardiola has won the Barclays Manager of the Month award after a perfect record with Manchester City in September.
Pep Guardiola 
Guardiola's side won all four fixtures, against Liverpool, Watford, Crystal Palace and Chelsea, scoring 17 goals without conceding.

It extended City's winning run to five top-flight matches as they ended the month as Premier League leaders on goal difference.
The Spaniard was selected by a combination of votes from a panel of experts and the public.

He beat fellow nominees Jose Mourinho, Mauricio Pochettino and Arsene Wenger, earning the award for the second time since moving to the Premier League last season.
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Official: Valencia Volley Earns Carling Goal Of The Month

October 13, 2017 1
Valencia United 
Antonio Valencia has won September's Carling Goal of the Month for his thumping strike against Everton at Old Trafford.

The Manchester United wing-back left Jordan Pickford helpless when he found the top left corner of the net with a venomous volley from Nemanja Matic's pass on 17 September.

"I am delighted to receive this award for Carling Goal of the Month and I'd like to thank everyone who voted for me," Valencia said.

"It's a goal that I am proud of, I just hit it into the back of the net and then heard the crowd erupt at Old Trafford.
"It was a great feeling and it gave us the start we needed against Everton; we came away with three points which ended the day perfectly."
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