Tuesday 28 June 2016


The Governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu has called on Abians not to panic, but remain calm over the judgment of Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court Abuja delivered today in favor of Mr. Uche Oga against him, in the case of alleged falsification of tax receipts.
Governor Ikpeazu, who said that he has faith in the judiciary and rule of law, added that he will appeal the ruling as he has instructed his lawyers to file an appeal immediately against the said judgment.

Buhari Mad at CBN Over Naira Devaluation

President Buhari is Actually not happy with the decision of CBN concerning the Floating of the Naira. He termed it ”the ruthless devaluation of the Naira.” 

President Buhari expressed his disappointment at the current rate of the naira to the dollar while speaking at the Ramadan breaking of fast with members of the business community led by Mr Kola Jamodu, on Monday.

Friday 24 June 2016

Britain has voted to leave the EU – what happens next?

The UK’s historic decision to end its 43-year love-hate relationship with the European Union represents a turning point in British history to rank alongside the two world wars of the 20th century.

On the assumption there is no turning back, or collective buyer’s remorse, Britain will live with the political, constitutional, diplomatic and economic consequences for a decade or more.

The pin on the atlas marking the UK’s place in the world has shifted, just as the centres of power in the UK polity. All the familiar points of authority in London society – Downing Street, big business, economic expertise, the foreign policy establishment – have been spurned by the equivalent of a popular cluster bomb. 

So what happens next?

Tuesday 21 June 2016


Iyanya's Label mate Tekno will be touring Europe from July to September. The Made Men Music artist will be happy to meet his Fans and Supporters in Europe.

1: Fri 29th July - Finland

2: Sat 30th July - Valencia, Spain

3: Sun 31st July - Zurich, Switzerland

Wednesday 15 June 2016

HEALTH: You Must Know the Differences between a Heart Attack, Cardiac Arrest and Stroke

One of the most common mistakes that people make when referring to acute heart-related episodes is using the terms “heart attack”, “cardiac arrest” and “stroke” interchangeably.
Although all three are associated with the heart, they occur for different reasons, have different symptoms and affect the body differently.
Understanding their differences can play a vital role in being better prepared to address these issues and seek treatment before it is too late if you or someone around you experiences one of these events.

Sunday 12 June 2016

WAEC Marking: Coordination for May/June 2016 starts 16th June 2016

While WAEC marking is not an employment opportunity, and cannot even be quoted in the CV as a viable working experience but facilitates your chances of Employment by good schools, the advantages of Coordination and marking is stated below:

1. It puts some coins in the pocket. In about five (5)days of using your leisure to mark, you are guaranteed at least N10,000 which has been reviewed upwardly Can serve some

2. The informative content of the coordination is helpful for teachers. Helps you know the best way to prepare students for the examination. It also enriches the teacher's research and lesson notes;

Please, invited or not, if you live near the state capital, check the marking venues used for coordination. Gate-crash (if not invited) and you may be fortunate to get a pack.

Saturday 11 June 2016

Breaking News: Coach Amodu Shuaibu is Dead.

Late Amodu Shuaibu
The technical director of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), and former coach of the Super Eagles, Shuaibu Amodu, has died, the NFF announced early Saturday.
Mr. Amodu, a four-time coach of the national team, passed on on Friday night shortly after complaining of chest pain, the NFF said in a post on its Twitter handle. He was 58.

Wednesday 8 June 2016

Coach Stephen Okechukwu Kechi Dies at 54

Stephen Keshi
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan (left) held a banquet
 in honour of Stephen Keshi (right) and the Nigeria team
after they won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations
One of African football's best-known figures, Stephen Keshi, has died at the age of 54, the Nigeria Football Association has said.
A former captain of the Nigeria national team, Keshi was one of only two men to win the Africa Cup of Nations both as a player and a coach.
He also managed Togo and Mali, and his playing career included a spell for Belgian club side Anderlecht.