21 November 2015

Uche Jombo Share Adorable New Photo With Son


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Eniola Badmus Speaks On Being A Clown And Not A Bully

  Popular Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus has said she is not a bully but a clown. According to her she might act like one in the movies, but that is far from who she is. Speaking with Saturday beats Eniola said;
“If I were like the character you see on television, by now I am sure you would have heard series of news about me fighting on the streets. But I am not like that. I am an easy going person and can be a clown at times.”
Has fame changed her? She replies;
“Fame has not changed me in anyway. There is no where that I feel like going that I can’t go to. The only difference is that I may have to have some security around me while going to some places. I am a down-to-earth person. I still go to all those places I went before I became a celebrity but I may not be able to go alone. Such opportunities allow you connect with your beginnings.”

28-Year Old Lady Found Dead At Matrimonial Home




 Her death is definitely not natural. But how can you be sick and be with your parents for three weeks without your husband asking after you and shortly after you got back on your feet you return to him. Honestly, women have been made to see marriage as a must. Even if it will take your life, you must just stay married. I really pity ladies, especially my Yoruba sisters. Don’t know about other tribes, but I think it’s tough with us. Is it what your mother will say? And your father? What about your extended family members? Even those aunts with broken homes (mschew).

Everybody just want to see you married, even if you are the one financing your home and your husband is still maltreating you, they just want you still there. Her case reminds us of the banker woman and many other women who died while just being at home with their spouse alone. However, one thing their spouses all have in common is that they are always out of job. They never finance their homes and they take it out on their women. Though the women turn out to be the bread winners, they mostly end up in grave. The sad end of 28-year old Olusayo....

Two families in Ile-Ife, Osun State are currently locked in a bitter battle over the suspicious death of a 28-year-old woman, Olusayo Onikuyade,

Olusayo, up until her death, was a youth corps member in Zamfara State. Saturday Punch learnt that Olusayo was found dead in her home on Lane One, Ajegunle Street, Ile-Ife, Osun State in the early hours of Wednesday, November 11, 2015.

A family member told our correspondent that the deceased’s body was found in the apartment she shared with her husband, foaming in the mouth and nostrils.

But her family said the police must get to the root of the matter because her husband, Niyi, whom she slept in the same apartment with on Tuesday night, was nowhere to be found by the time neighbours forced the door open and found her body.

BVN Has Exposes Nigerians with Fake Certificates, Multiple Birth Dates





An official In one of the leading banks in Nigeria  said on Friday that the Bank Verification Number (BVN) policy of the CBN had exposed many Nigerians parading fake certificates and multiple dates of birth.



The official, who spoke anonymously, said in Lagos that some of the challenges encountered in withdrawals by some customers were due to this anomaly. According to him, some customers who

complained of difficulties in accessing their accounts, either had multiple dates of birth on their

credentials or are using different names for different accounts.

He particularly mentioned a married woman, who had different dates of birth on her academic qualifications, another on her birth certificate and yet another on her international passport.

    “To worsen her case, she cannot remember the dates offhand that she imputed on all the three documents. So, it was difficult for the date she supplied to correspond with her name on our BVN platform,’’ he said.

He explained that during the course of resolving a customer’s complaints, he discovered another who used another person’s credentials to gain employment.

The official said that the customer had a different name on his salary account which corresponded to the certificate he was parading and another name for his personal account with the same bank.

    “Since the platform had no provision for multiple names for a particular account, it was difficult for the said customer to access his accounts,’’ the official said.

He said that for both cases, the customers were either advised to swear to an affidavit, stating their original name(s) and dates of birth, as applicable.

According to him, the BVN exercise is already responding to the objective for which it was created by the apex bank. He added that through the BVN, cases mischievous change in dates of birth would be a thing of the past.

The BVN registration inaugurated in February 2014 is an initiative of the CBN and the Bankers Committee to protect depositors’ funds from fraudsters.


Etcetera Vs President Buhari Over ‘I-Pass-My-Neighbour' Generator Ban





Controversial Write goes after the president ,well i think he is making alot of senses

  Dear President Buhari, I will like to extend an invitation to you for a tour of down town, so that you can have a clear view of what the people who voted you into office feel about certain decision your government has taken so far, especially the decision to ban ‘I-pass-my-neighbour generator’.

    Contrary to the picture your advisers have painted to you, the decision to ban ‘I-pass-my neighbour’ generators will only bring more hardship to the people down here who have never in any way, benefitted from the Nigerian government at any time. The little hope

    that your “change” mantra brought to the poor man is fast becoming another tale in the book of presidential lies.

    So, for you to really understand the ramification of your decision, I urge you to come for a quick tour of down town. Don’t worry sir; it won’t cost you a thing. We will ensure that your visit is as comfortable as we can. Yes, we know you don’t take ‘shepe’ or ‘mishango’ or ‘Ghana root’ mixed with ‘draw-draw’. But don’t worry, we will have enough pure water available for you to cool your feet, wash your face and quench your thirst.

    It is true that the streets down here are littered with broken water pipes and heaps of smelly refuse dumps as a result of lack of government presence. But babu wahala, we will see to it that your danshiki doesn’t get so messed up.

    It will be nice to have you address the youths and explain to them why you have taken the decision to throw our streets into darkness and expose us to more terror from armed robbers. Sir, have you considered the amount of small business operators that will be incapacitated by the ban you have imposed on ‘I-pass-my-neighbour generators’? Come sir, and see for yourself how many families will lose their source of livelihood simply because they cannot afford to purchase the bigger generators.

    Sir, what becomes of the barber, the hair dresser, the recharge card seller whose business is run with ‘I-pass-my-neighbour’ generator? Have you considered the difference between N10, 000 generator and a N50, 000 generator? Do you think the people are happy using ‘I-pass-my-neighbour generators? Someone who earns as low as N15, 000 monthly, how do you expect him to buy and maintain a N50, 000 generator?

    You should also consider they have other needs. I think this is a wrong move and one that will drive most self-employed youths into armed robbery and other illegal activities.

    And ‘I-pass-my-neighbour generator kills? Hmmmm Mr. President, I thought hunger and bad roads have killed more Nigerians than generators? How come you haven’t placed a ban on hunger and bad roads? Is this a part of the “change” we should expect from this regime? Is this one of the groundbreaking ideas given to you by the new minister for power? How do we achieve steady supply of electricity by banning smaller generators?

    What I see here sir, is the government favouring the rich against the poor. The importers of bigger generator will no doubt see this as a welcome idea; that is if they didn’t lobby for it. This is one of the most insensitive decisions taken by any Nigerian government. Shouldn’t it be a general ban on generators?

    Is it that punishing the poor has become a goal in itself for the government? Too many affluent Nigerians – and, in particular, members of the political elite – seem to have no sense of how much suffering is down here on the streets.

    Little wonder the governors woke up one morning and decided that they can no longer pay the N18, 000 minimum wage of workers. For these governors, what is really striking is the total disconnect between conventional wisdom and the reality of life – and death – for much of the nation. It is like there’s a badge of wickedness on the forehead of our politicians.

    Sir, what we want is for you politicians to stop talking blithely about the importance of alleviating the sufferings of the masses and truly start looking at the way their less-fortunate citizens live.

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It is true that the streets down here are littered with broken water pipes and heaps of smelly refuse dumps as a result of lack of government presence. But babu wahala, we will see to it that your danshiki doesn’t get so messed up. 
It will be nice to have you address the youths and explain to them why you have taken the decision to throw our streets into darkness and expose us to more terror from armed robbers. Sir, have you considered the amount of small business operators that will be incapacitated by the ban you have imposed on ‘I-pass-my-neighbour generators’? Come sir, and see for yourself how many families will lose their source of livelihood simply because they cannot afford to purchase the bigger generators. 
Sir, what becomes of the barber, the hair dresser, the recharge card seller whose business is run with ‘I-pass-my-neighbour’ generator? Have you considered the difference between N10, 000 generator and a N50, 000 generator? Do you think the people are happy using ‘I-pass-my-neighbour generators? Someone who earns as low as N15, 000 monthly, how do you expect him to buy and maintain a N50, 000 generator? 
You should also consider they have other needs. I think this is a wrong move and one that will drive most self-employed youths into armed robbery and other illegal activities. 
And ‘I-pass-my-neighbour generator kills? Hmmmm Mr. President, I thought hunger and bad roads have killed more Nigerians than generators? How come you haven’t placed a ban on hunger and bad roads? Is this a part of the “change” we should expect from this regime? Is this one of the groundbreaking ideas given to you by the new minister for power? How do we achieve steady supply of electricity by banning smaller generators? 
What I see here sir, is the government favouring the rich against the poor. The importers of bigger generator will no doubt see this as a welcome idea; that is if they didn’t lobby for it. This is one of the most insensitive decisions taken by any Nigerian government. Shouldn’t it be a general ban on generators? 
Is it that punishing the poor has become a goal in itself for the government? Too many affluent Nigerians – and, in particular, members of the political elite – seem to have no sense of how much suffering is down here on the streets. 
Little wonder the governors woke up one morning and decided that they can no longer pay the N18, 000 minimum wage of workers. For these governors, what is really striking is the total disconnect between conventional wisdom and the reality of life – and death – for much of the nation. It is like there’s a badge of wickedness on the forehead of our politicians. 
Sir, what we want is for you politicians to stop talking blithely about the importance of alleviating the sufferings of the masses and truly start looking at the way their less-fortunate citizens live.
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12 November 2015

Health benefits of Egg Shell





Egg’s shell is a natural source of minerals and contains 90% calcium. Calcium is easily absorbed by our body because its chemical composition is almost identical to human’s teeth and bones

If consumed in larger amounts, calcium will not only get rid of lack of calcium-symptoms, but it will also prevent osteoporosis’ development, stimulate the bone marrow in producing blood cells and help when it comes to treating high cholesterol levels and high blood pressure.

Egg shell also contains iron, zinc, copper, manganese, fluorine, phosphorus, chromium and molybdenum. Therefore, many experts recommend shell eggs as a natural and very effective calcium supplement.

It is recommended to enter 1.5 to 3 grams of crushed shells a day.

Here are several ideas on how to use egg shell and what to use them for:

1. Strengthening the organism and cleansing the blood

Wash 5 egg shells, crush them good and put them in 3 liters of water. Keep this mixture in the refrigerator for 7 days before using it as a drinking water. Drink two to three glasses of this mixture a day. You can add lemon juice if you want to.