30 May 2016

Photos: Woman Beats House Girl brutally For A Meal That Was Not Meant Her

  These is a complete child abuse ,hope the government will ward in ,and do something fast ,A woman in Nassarawa has been reported at the Welfare Office in Karu Local Government Area of the State for allegedly torturing and beating her house maid for eating a meal not meant for her.

One Udoh  Peter posted this on his Facebook wall alerting the masses of how wicked some people can be. Two more photos below.

29 May 2016

Cristiano Ronaldo and his son With Champions League Trophy

  Ronaldo was pictured with his son  with the champions league trophy after his team victory of athletico Madrid

Jennifer Lopez Buy $28million luxury mansion in LA (photo

Poverty na disease oo.Baba God ooo  pickup the callThe 46-year-old mum of two has splashed on a 13sq luxurious mansion in the exclusive LA neighbourhood of Bel-Air. The home was originally listed for $40 million but J Lo got it for a knockdown price of $28million. The seven bedroom, thirteen bathroom property comes with a mini golf course, a 30-person private cinema, a games room, an infinity pool, a natural brook and plenty of land covered in lush vegetation. More photos after the cut...

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President Buhari's Democracy day speech To All Nigerians

President Buhari is celebrating his first year in office today May 29th. He addressed the nation this morning. Read full text of his speech below
My compatriots, It is one year today since our administration came into office. It has been a year of triumph, consolidation, pains and achievements. By age, instinct and experience, my preference is to look forward, to prepare for the challenges that lie ahead and rededicate the administration to the task of fixing Nigeria.
But i believe we can also learn from the obstacles we have overcome and the progress we made thus far, to help strengthen the plans that we have in place to put nigeria back on the path of progress.
We affirm our belief in democracy as the form of government that best assures the active participation and actual benefit of the people. Despite the many years of hardship and disappointment the people of this nation have proved inherently good, industrious tolerant, patient and generous.
The past years have witnessed huge flows of oil revenues. From 2010 average oil prices were $100 per barrel. But economic and security conditions were deteriorating. We campaigned and won the election on the platform of restoring security, tackling corruption and restructuring the economy. On our arrival, the oil price had collapsed to as low as $30 per barrel and we found nothing had been kept for the rainy day. Oil prices have been declining since 2014 but due to the neglect of the past, the country was not equipped to halt the economy from declining.
The infrastructure, notably rail, power, roads were in a decrepit state. All the four refineries were in a state of disrepair, the pipelines and depots neglected.
Huge debts owed to contractors and suppliers had accumulated. Twenty-seven states could not pay salaries for months. In the north-east, boko haram had captured 14 local governments, driven the local authorities out, hoisted their flags. Elsewhere, insecurity was palpable; corruption and impunity were the order of the day. In short, we inherited a state near collapse.
On the economic front, all oil dependent countries, nigeria included, have been struggling since the drop in prices. Many oil rich states have had to take tough decisions similar to what we are doing. The world, nigeria included has been dealing with the effects of three significant and simultaneous global shocks starting in 2014:
a 70% drop in oil prices.
Global growth slowdown.
Normalization of monetary policy by the united states federal reserve.
Our problems as a government are like that of a farmer who in a good season harvests ten bags of produce. The proceeds enable him to get by for rest of the year. However, this year he could only manage 3 bags from his farm. He must now think of other ways to make ends meet.

Photos: Joseph & Wife Adaeze Yobo conferred with Chieftaincy title in In His Town

  After a successful testimonial match which was graced  by so many football greats ,the former super eagles captain was honored in his home town river state with a chieftaincy title Joseph and Adaeze Yobo were conferred yesterday with Chieftaincy title - The Mene Aborlo 1 and Waamene Aborlo 1 of Ogoni, Rivers State. See more photos below