31st January 2010
CHAMPIONS FOR NIGERIA - IN DEFENCE AND SUPPORT OF GOV TUNDE FASHOLA
Champions for Nigeria (CFN), a registered global organisation, based in the United Kingdom wishes to pronounce our unalloyed solidarity and support for the government of Governor Babatunde Fashola, Executive Governor of Lagos State. In the face of orchestrated campaign of calumny against the best civil administration and governance in the political stratosphere of Nigeria in recent times,… Continue
Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on January 31, 2010 at 7:18pm —
...Calling on Gov. Fashola to revive Stores.
Stationery (Super) Stores, one of Nigeria's biggest clubs, have been in a state of coma for years and years now, thus depriving Lagos, Nigeria largest city, of a top flight club.
Much as Julius Berger, First Bank, Niger Dock and later NPA, have tried, they never could equal the following ascribed to Stores, which ran into millions of fans.
I remember watching the 1990 FA cup final between Stores and Enugu… Continue
Added by IceQueen on January 31, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Humiliation,humiliation,humiliation, was the aftermatch sounds and feelings felt by the Nigerians when the dull supper-Eagle team lost to Ghana yesterday. "It ain't cool" watching some of these over-weight Nigerians players on the pitch. They just don't look like pro footballers to me. A true baller must not exceed 67kg and must be phisically fit,but almost all the present Nigerian players are not fit for a pro game. Their legs k-bended instead of that curved legs you see in drogba and other… Continue
Added by Godfrey Osazele Omon on January 29, 2010 at 3:30pm —
We have predicted rightly and wrongly and it is now obvious that the Eagles could not fly against the black stars of Ghana. The question now what do you think we can do to have a better performance in 2010 World Cup in South Africa?
Added by Olugbenga Akindeju on January 29, 2010 at 9:02am —
As Nigeria move irretrievably towards fundamental changes occasioned by recent events-a sick absentee President, a Constitution that is self contradictory leading to a vacuum in power despite the fact that there exists a willing Vice President and a National Assembly with hands seemingly tied; a ruling party unable to rise above sectional interests in resolving national problems and failing state unable to abide by the multilateral and bilateral agreements with the international community, the… Continue
Added by Nwokedi Nworisara on January 29, 2010 at 12:57am —
Nigeria has done it again... The Super Chickens
Added by chxx on January 28, 2010 at 9:26pm —
Here are over 53 ideas to help you keep your lover hot!
1. Find out what music your lover likes, and play it.
2. Sing to each other, especially if you can't sing. Listen to a song that turns you on and write the words out so you will remember them. Then without any music sing that song as a surprise gift to your lover. Watch the tears come to their eyes.
3. Find out what scents your lover likes, e.g., perfumes and especially essential oils. Get an essential oil… Continue
Added by Gideon on January 28, 2010 at 5:29pm —
Within the inner circle of life of every individual is the ideal dream of the man or woman we wish to become. Within us there is an ideal manhood and womanhood we dream to become. There is an ideal thing we want to accomplish during life.
These ideals go back to our earliest childhood or adult years. This ideals is what we once felt was missing in our lives the comfort, the convenience, the satisfaction, the accomplishment, the achievements we once dreamt of them and desired that day that… Continue
Added by Gideon on January 28, 2010 at 5:20pm —
The most essential substance that our body uses to build and transport red blood cells is Hemoglobin, and it ensures our red blood cells are clean, healthy and plentifull.
So it makes sense that we should, somehow, give our body hemoglobin! “But how?” I hear you ask. “Chlorophyll”, I answer. Take natural green vegetables, or drink natural green (food supplement).
The Benefits and Wonders of Chlorophyll
Chlorophyll (e.g. Splina) is miraculous. It has so many health… Continue
Added by Ufuoma on January 28, 2010 at 8:30am —
Hmmm....the plot thickens...in response to the court ruling and 14 day ultimatum the FEC have pronounced Yarádua capable of ruling without a medical report as recommended by the court, but at the same time, the Senate has finally taken a stand and declared that the president is unfit to rule and should handover immedia...tely to Jonathan....so what happens next?....which option will be taken and how does the senate enforce the handover?
Added by FOREMAN-BROWN IDOGHO on January 27, 2010 at 11:53pm —
I will like to know from the Ministry of Transpot Lagos State if the LASTMA officers are allowed to drive vechicles that are arrested by them despite that the driver or the owner of the vechicle is with them and he/she did not refuse the arrest ?
Also,are they authorise to allow cabs,taxi car,kabkabus parking under the bridge @ the popular Apongbon under bridge coming from top of the bridge from CMS TO Carter bridge.
Added by AMBASSADOR ABIODUN OLUMUYIWA on January 27, 2010 at 6:34pm —
I will like to bring to the nyice of the Lagos State Police Commissioner,Area Commanders and the Dpo's about the attitude of the RRS ploice officers at the Jungle bus stop along Iju-Ishaga road in Ifako-Ijaiye Local Govt that they are just there collect bribes from okada and danfo drivers thereby causing a lot of go-slow on the road for other road users I think the Area commander of Area G Ogba can please help us out from this officers who are denting the good image of the Lagos State Police… Continue
Added by AMBASSADOR ABIODUN OLUMUYIWA on January 27, 2010 at 6:24pm —
My veiws on the continued absence of our president leaves me with no doubt he might be in capacitated,If we happen to find ourself in this situation and VP Goodluck falls into his shoes ( a dream come true for the niger-deltans,having been agitators of resources control for a very long time).Which candidate do u think in your own opinion fits the bill for the new VP as a result of VP Goodluck occupying the presidency.The tabloids have been reporting 3 guys on the list they are
Added by seun suleiman on January 27, 2010 at 1:57pm —
Here we are again with a newspaper report (Guardian of today, 26/1/10) assuring us that "THE Plateau State Police Command yesterday admitted that it knows the identity of the culprits in the latest Jos crisis, pledging that they will all be brought to book." Next thing now may be setting up of a panel to try them. While such panel will be investigating, the issue may be overtaken by other events and will soon be forgotten. We have heard of these types of promises for too long. What happened to… Continue
Added by Tony O. Onoja on January 26, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Those who support a rotational presidency rely on the old argument that because Nigeria is a mosaic a rotational presidency offers the only possibility for peaceful existence. Indeed, Mr. Anthony Akinola uses this argument in his article, “Rotational presidency can stabilize Nigeria,” published in The Guardian on December 31, 2009. To take the position that only a rotational presidency can bring peace to Nigeria, suggests that Mr. Akinola does not understand the implications of basing his… Continue
Added by Hamilton Odunze on January 26, 2010 at 2:46pm —
Self Confidence is a key factor in the success equation.
It is easy to get demoralized, frustrated and resentful if you lack self-confidence.
Marcus Garvey once remarked “if you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life. With confidence, you have succeeded even before you have begun”
Self Confidence is concerned with how a person feel’s about his ability.
A successful entrepreneur always believes in his dreams and abilities.
He is not scared… Continue
Added by sadjere clement on January 25, 2010 at 5:32pm —
I just traveled back from Asaba using the Asaba-Benin express road and I was amazed at the number of road blocks on that route. I love the police presence on that road and in fact aside from the usual menace of twenty and fifty naira syndrome which the police force has gotten itself synonymous with, I really don’t mind them. Did I hear you say one mans meat is another mans poison? Oh yes, I know the private transporters wont feel this way, but let the truth be said, the men and officers are… Continue
Added by Chukwuka Anaziah on January 25, 2010 at 2:32pm —
Free health care schemes have been used by governments across the country and indeed the world to assist in areas where the millennium development goals can be enhanced. It is also a way politicians have employed to create and get popular support from their people. Although the continuity after every change of guard has been lacking in our Nigeria of today, it still remains a veritable way to assist the poor and at risk in our society. Free health care schemes can be seen mostly in the areas of… Continue
Added by Chukwuka Anaziah on January 25, 2010 at 2:29pm —
BY: LES LEBA
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In response to the anomaly of increasing income coexisting with increasing poverty in Nigeria, I embarked on a close observation of the operation of the national economy sometime in 2001, and discovered that the root cause of our problem was the subsisting monopoly of the CBN in the supply of both the dollar and naira… Continue
Added by LES LEBA on January 25, 2010 at 11:29am —
Do you know how I found out? On Vera's blog! I sent her an autographed copy as a birthday gift and she linked the amazon site on her post. Wooohooo...thank you girl. OK I'm very excited forgive me but this is a biggish deal for me. It's like a milestone. Get published, go on sale, be on Amazon, get to Nigeria...and so on, LOL. OK we're getting there small small. So right now, the book is available in the following places online. I think this is just in time because the book will make perfect… Continue
Added by Myne Whitman on January 24, 2010 at 9:30pm —