Sunday, 25 June 2017

Checkout The GIGANTIC Remains Of "GOLIATH"

I bet we all remember the story of how David defeated the GIANT from Philistine named "GOLIATH", yes, according to reports from the
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How To Manage VAGINAL Odour.

It's a well known fact that every vagina has an odour, however that is not the issue. The question is, if you (and your partner) are comfortable with the odour down below.

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Thursday, 11 May 2017

Davido Shows Off His Newborn Daughter, Hailey Adeleke For The First Time Since Birth Lastnight [Photo]

Davido and his second babymama, Amanda, welcomed their child, a girl named Hailey Veronica Adeleke, last night.
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Davido Shows Off His Newborn Daughter, Hailey Adeleke For The First Time Since Birth Lastnight [Photo]

Davido and his second babymama, Amanda, welcomed their child, a girl named Hailey Veronica Adeleke, last night.
This is Davido's second daughter and he's excited in his posts describing her beauty on his IG page. Congrats Baba Imade and Hailey.
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Tuesday, 2 May 2017

This new WhatsApp feature is gonna blow your mind

The new update is available on WhatsApp Android Version 2.17.162 and above. The user can pin up to three contacts at a time because the
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Actress Beverly Naya quits Snapchat!!! Here are her reasons

Beverly Naya may be considering ending her stint on Snapchat and it has everything to do with a recent post she shared about a text message she received from an Uber driver.
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Davido (O.B.O) relocates to Atlanta to await the birth of his 2nd baby.

Davido has relocated to Atlanta to await the birth of his second child.

The singer who will soon be referred to as ‘the proud father of two’, is surely not planning to stay away while his second baby mama struggles alone to
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Arsenal boss Wenger: Alexis NOT embarrassing

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has defended Alexis Sanchez over his clash with Christian Fuchs in midweek.
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Awka to crown 116 years old man as new monarch

The move by the Awka Council of Kingmakers led by Ozo Obuora Essel, to install a new traditional ruler to replace Obi Gibson Nwosu,
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Bad news for Tottenham as key situation worsens, fans will not be happy

The Tottenham fans in the Transfer Tavern are devastated after hearing the latest on Toby Alderweireld’s future…
According to the Times, the Belgian defender has stalled on the proposition of signing a new deal at Tottenham, with Alderweireld
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Good News!!Dangote New Pasta: The Real Alternative To Rice

New dangote pasta "Ecccellente"
No doubt, the most popular food in Nigeria today is rice. Most Nigerians do not see Pasta as a major meal and some of those who prefer it over rice consumption complain about its sticky nature.
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Monday, 1 May 2017

Ambode: Phasing out Danfo buses will create more jobs than losses

The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Monday allayed fears that plans by his administration to phase out the
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May Day: Saraki, Dogara, Others Forced Out Of Eagle Square As Angry Workers Protest

Senate President Bukola Saraki and Yakubu Dogara, speaker of the house of representatives, were forced to leave Eagle Square in Abuja during the workers’ day rally on Monday.
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READ!!Most photogenic magazine and benosoft entertainment present

Most photogenic magazine and benosoft entertainment present
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Buhari has difficulty drinking and eating, but cabal won’t let him travel for treatment

..How the presidency trashed the rumours
Three insiders in the Presidency have told SaharaReporters that President Muhammadu Buhari is being fed intravenously as he has had severe difficulty eating and drinking fluids for several days.
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Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager blasts 'not human' schedule

Jose Mourinho described Manchester United's jammed-packed schedule as "not human" after a growing injury list threatened to wreck hopes of a place in next season’s Champions League.

Manchester United
A 1-1 draw with Swansea on Sunday was a sixth stalemate in eight games at Old Trafford and harmed hopes of finishing in the top four.
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U.S. rapper Eminem drags New Zealand govt. to court

U.S rapper Eminem takes Zealand government to court
U.S. rapper Eminem draws battle line against New Zealand govt.

Eminem has taken New Zealand’s governing party to court over a music track it used for a campaign advert.
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OMG!!Pastor admits impregnating teen, gets 3-6 year prison term

A suburban Philadelphia pastor accused of sexually assaulting and impregnating a teenager has pleaded guilty and been sentenced to three to six years in prison after a judge rejected an earlier plea agreement as too lenient.
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Donald Trump: South Korea media warns that US President might threaten existing alliance

President Donald Trump

South Korean media on Monday warned of a "Trump risk" threatening the alliance between Washington and Seoul amid high tensions over the North's weapons ambitions.

The two countries are bound by a defence pact and 28,500 US troops are stationed in the South.

But the new US president has said in recent interviews that Seoul should pay for a "billion-dollar" US missile defence system being deployed in the South to guard against threats from the nuclear-armed North.

He has also pushed for renegotiation of what he called a "horrible" bilateral free trade pact that went into effect five years ago, calling it an "unacceptable... deal made by Hillary".

The remarks stunned Seoul, with South Korean politicians immediately rejecting his push for payment for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) battery.

Tensions are high over the North's nuclear and missile programmes -- it has ambitions to develop a rocket that can deliver a warhead to the US mainland -- and threats on both sides have raised fears of conflict.

"Trump's mouth rattling Korea-US alliance" said a front-page headline in South Korea's top-selling Chosun daily on Monday.

"There are issues that are far more important than just money," it said in an editorial.

"If either country keeps reducing the alliance to the matter of money or the economy, it is bound to undermine basic trust."

Seoul, it said, needed to come up with "various Plan Bs" for the future.

The THAAD system is being installed at a former golf course in the South.

This has infuriated China, which sees it as compromising its own capabilities and has responded with a series of measures seen as economic retaliation, even as Washington looks to Beijing to rein in Pyongyang.

Trump told CBS on Sunday that if the North carried out a sixth nuclear test he "would not be happy".

"And I can tell you also, I don't believe that the president of China, who is a very respected man, will be happy either," Trump said.

"We'll see" whether that signified military action, said Trump, who also described the North's leader Kim Jong-Un as a "pretty smart cookie".

'Pain and backlash'

Over the weekend Seoul's presidential office said US National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster had appeared to backtrack on THAAD, telling his South Korean counterpart by phone that the US would bear the cost of the missile deployment as initially agreed.

But McMaster told Fox News Sunday that the "last thing" he would ever do was contradict the president, and that "the relationship on THAAD, on our defence relationship going forward, will be renegotiated as it's going to be with all of our allies".

Another major South Korean newspaper, JoongAng Ilbo, accused Trump's administration of sending "confusing and contradictory messages", creating a "chaotic situation" that dealt a "huge blow" to the bilateral alliance.

"The US must be well aware of the pain and backlash Seoul has endured to push for the THAAD deployment," it added.

Asked in the Fox News interview about the possibility of mass casualties in South Korea the event of conflict -- Seoul is within range of the North's conventional artillery -- McMaster responded: "What the president has first and foremost on his mind is to protect the American people."

Another major daily, Dong-A Ilbo, declared on its front page Monday: "Trump Risk... we need to come up with new strategy for Korea-US alliance".

The US president was pouring "a barrage of verbal bombs" on Seoul in a challenge to its next leader, who will be elected on May 9.

"We hope that Trump will be more careful with his words," it said in an editorial. "Who's going to smile if our alliance is shaken? It will be North Korea's Kim Jong-Un and China's Xi Jinping."

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Man’s leg falls into lagoon in Third Mainland bridge accident

A passenger on Sunday morning lost his limb in an accident between a red Toyota and a Danfo bus on Third Mainland Bridge. His severed leg fell into the Lagoon.

The victim, a passenger in the danfo bus was seating in the front when the accident happened.

His limb was reported to have been entangled within crash barriers on the bridge before eventually falling into the lagoon.

RRS riders and monitors at the scene subsequently called for emergency unit to help recover the missing leg.

Recovery effort by the Marine Police and a team of RRS officials was on, while the man has been moved to Gbagada General Hospital, Lagos.

The vehicles have been removed by the LASEMA response unit.    

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Fresh ‘war’ brews between Presidency and Senate over Magu

Senate believes that only a judicial interpretation of President Buhari's powers can stop the conflict over Magu's retention.

- The Senate wants the judiciary to interpret the powers of the executive when it comes to appointments

- Senate's deputy spokesman Ben Murray-Bruce says the Red Chamber would officially reveal its position on Tuesday, May 2

- Not all lawmakers in the upper house of legislature are happy with the proposed move to place embargo on President Buhari's nominations

The last appears not to have been heard about the conflict between the Presidency and the National Assembly over President Buhari’s determination to keep Ibrahim Magu as EFCC boss even after being rejected twice by the Senate.

The Punch reports that the upper house of legislature has concluded plans to block confirmation of nominees sent to it by President Muhammadu Buhari.

This, the report says, is part of the lawmakers’ strategies for a showdown with the Presidency.

It was gathered on Sunday, April 30 that the Senate chose this line of action after Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, a professor of law, backed human rights lawyer Femi Falana (SAN) that Section 171 of the Constitution empowers the President to make some appointments without the approval of the National Assembly.

The Punch quotes an anonymous source in the leadership of the Senate as saying that the legislature and the executive have conflicting interpretation of the Constitution on their powers and responsibilities.

The embargo on appointments would now be placed until an intervention by the judiciary is achieved.

According to the source, the executive should go to court and not the legislature to get an interpretation of its powers.

The National Assembly source said on Sunday: “There is going to be a constitutional crisis in Nigeria because the Senate is now at a crossroads on what to do with the nominations made by the President for which he is seeking the confirmation by the Senate.

“Going by what Osinbajo said on Magu, it means that the nation’s Presidents from 1999, who sent nominations to the Senate for confirmation, had all breached the Constitution. Even Buhari, who has been sending nominations to the Senate, was not properly advised.”

The source added: “They may not (be considered, including those of the CBN, NERC and others just sent to the Senate, because of the claims made by the Vice-President. He spoke as if he was speaking the mind of the President.

“They (Presidency) should proceed to court to seek endorsement for their position. It is their business to go to the court, not the Senate’s. The Vice President has already stalled the nomination and confirmation processes by his unguarded statements.

“He somehow agreed with Falana that there is no need for legislative confirmation for the appointments. With the Section 171 claim by the Vice-President, the Senate is now at a crossroads on whether to go on with the confirmation (of appointments) or adopt the new claim by the Presidency.

“The National Assembly follows established laws, which have been used for all dealings with the other arms of government. If they now have a contrary view, they should go to court.”

The Punch however reports that the move by the Senate is not a widely accepted one as some lawmakers are against it.

A All Progressives Congress member of the upper house said the move would only make the Senate even more unpopular following series of recent actions that have received massive backlash.

The lawmaker said: “Between you and I, that is rubbish. The issue of Magu is rubbish; the issue of (the Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service) Hameed Ali is rubbish.

“If some of us insist on Magu’s removal and Ali should appear before the Senate in uniform, how does that put food on the table of Nigerians? And we are supposed to focus on what can improve the life of the average Nigerians; we are not doing that. But we are busy with Ali, Magu and other issues. It is so unfortunate.”

Vice-Chairman of Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs Senator Ben Murray-Bruce hinted that plans are afoot to deal with the matter of conflict between the presidency and Senate.

This, he said, would be addressed on Tuesday, May 2.

He said: “By Tuesday, Senator Sabi (Abdullahi) will speak on the issue as reflected by the joint decision of the Senate. Nobody can take any individual position (on the matter); the Senate will take the position.

“Sabi will take that position because I have not gotten any official communication from the Senate and I don’t have any opinion (on the matter).” had earlier reported weeks back that following EFCC acting chairman Ibrahim Magu’s saga, the Nigerian Senate wasconsidering taking the matter of confirmation of President Muhammadu Buhari’s appointees to the Supreme Court.

The Senate had been concerned about submissions by legal luminaries like Femi Falana and others that President Buhari’s appointments were not subject to confirmation by the legislature.

Particularly worrisome to lawmakers in the upper house of legislature are the contents of section 171 of the constitution which the legal commentators use to buttress claims that Magu does not need the Senate’s confirmation.


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