Rock Eternal an upcoming christian rock band is slowly taking over the music industry. They are currently on set for their latest hit ATOFARATI by intense films which has been trending since its release...Anticpate.....
If I hear say he boring. Christianity is never boring and will never b boring, if Christianity is boring to you then there are two things involved
1. It's either you are not growing spiritualy. Yes cos even play station gets boring if u keep playing beginners.(guys go fill me here. Ladies I don't know wat example to use for u o so ask ur broda or male friend)
2. Maybe you have not discovered the curry and time dat you need to add.. Lols yes oo there are some special curry and some amazing time that rekindle your Christianity.. and one of the many is don't run alone... yes Christianity is like a marathon race and if u decide to run alone na die be dat o, cos u go tire.. 2. Don't run with lazy pple. If na u dey carry first every time u go tire, u need doz spirikoko broda and doz sista mary dat will always challenge u every now and den and like seriously I have a lot of them in mine teenage ministry.
3. Always go clubing wit the guys... Lols never fear I mean go for programs, vigil, praise concert dat will ignite d fire, don't just stay at home like zombie and expect dat manna will fall from d sky... dat tym don pass
4. strech ur faith. Believe in bigger things.. upgrade ur prayer points.
5. Read ur bible like say nah him den go ask for ur 1st semester exam
I was advised not to share this but it doesn't pay to be selfish...i was surfing the internet and i discovered an online university offering free courses in many areas ...just chooses a course and enroll . you'll be given a certificate at the end of the course.
please make sure u share this with others because you wouldn't have benefited from it if i didn't share it
Twenty-five students and two teachers of Ogba Junior Grammar School in Ogba, Lagos State, southwest Nigeria, were yesterday evening rushed to a hospital after they inhaled emission from a toxic chemical.
It was gathered that the unconscious students and teachers were immediately rushed to Blue Cross Hospital, located opposite the shopping mall for urgent medical attention.
A medical doctor at the hospital declined to comment on the condition of the students and teachers. Two of the affected female students whose condition was critical were transferred in a Lagos State Emergency Ambulance marked LA 156 A08 to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, in Ikeja.
P.M.NEWS learnt that at about 12 noon, the students and teachers were in the school when they began to feel dizzy and collapsed after inhaling the emission from chemical spread to their school premises by air.
Following the incident, some of the teachers raised an alarm which attracted some members of the public, who immediately called officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency on their toll free lines.
One of the officials of LASEMA told P.M.NEWS that the gas emission was traced to Bizcircuit Colour Laboratory, located within the premises of Ogba Shopping Mall just at the back of the school. According to the official, the chemical in the lab may have expired.
Speaking on the incident, Femi Giwa, Head of Logistics for LASEMA said that it was not an explosive as some members of the public were saying, but an emission, which was immediately traced to the lab, after carrying out an emergency assessment of the entire place.
Security agents comprising the police, NSCDC officials, and LASEMA officials cordoned off the entire area to prevent people from gaining access to the school and the shopping mall.
Terry G spoke about how his little son has made him change;
“Having a kid has a lot to do with my change of character. Sometimes you see life in a different way. You perceive it in another way another time. When I had a kid, I saw so much value in my life and the future. I became humbled and developed the mindset that anything that has to do with my future must automatically involve my son as well. I started changing a lot of things and it actually scared a lot of negative friends from me. It helped me resolve and re-organise myself again. In the past, some children appeared scared to come close to me, but all that has changed. Fatherhood has been awesome, amazing and a miracle to me. My son is my replica.”
There was a minor accident yesterday at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, involving a Turkish Airline aircraft and a Max Air plane. The Turkish Airline plane wings collided with that of Max Air plane which had brought in Pilgrims from Saudi Arabia. The Turkish Airplane had landed safely but was taxiing to stop at the airport’s apron when its wing collided with that of Max Air. The collision resulted in minor damages to both airplanes.
The Benue State Police Command has arrested a doctor for raping a female patient who was on admission in a hospital where he practices. The alleged rapist, Toi (not real name), is a medical practitioner with Tersoo Clinic in Naka town, Gwer West local government area of Benue state.
When three-year-old Ikeoluwa Olaniyi was playing with her friends in her grandfather’s compound in Ire Akari Estate, Isolo, Lagos, on September 3, 2013, little did she know that death was lurking. PUNCH Metro learnt that a teenage motorist, Chinyere Wagbaranta, in company with her brother, Chisom, and a police corporal attached to Police Mobile Force 22, Felix Adebayo, in a Mercedes Benz Sports Utility Vehicle, drove into the compound carelessly, hitting the little girl and crushing her skull.
Associated Airlines’ aircraft technician who was among the five survivors of the October 3 crash that left 15 people dead in Lagos has passed on. He died at the Gbagada General Hospital, Lagos, where he had been receiving treatment. The development brought to 16 the number of dead victims of the ill-fated plane which crashed while conveying the remains of former governor of Ondo State, Olusegun Agagu, from Lagos to Akure.
You might take her to the coffee shop that gives you a sense of community when you’re on your own and volunteer to help find a place in her neighborhood. 1. A Small Gesture A lonely person’s pity meter is a finely tuned instrument. There is no greater kindness than not extending an overly magnanimous invitation that makes her feel like the neighborhood charity case. A small gesture—an offhand invitation to lunch—is often a better antidote. 2. Dinner and A Movie Some people are so debilitated by loneliness that they can hardly discuss it (or anything else). Inviting a friend to a concert or movie will give you something to talk about over dinner. 3. Prescription for Success Offer to accompany her to a medical appointment. One study found that doctors said they treat socially isolated people less well than patients with supportive families, and they’ve seen other health practitioners do the same. 4. Try Not to Cancel Try not to reschedule plans or cancel at the last minute. Lonely people tend to see social engagements as life buoys in a long week; canceling can leave them feeling unmoored. 5. Checking In Leave a message. A voicemail or e-mail can make her feel she hasn’t been forgotten. 6. Reality Check Since research shows that the lonely tend to remember more details about their social encounters and often interpret remarks and nonverbal messages negatively, you might give her a different interpretation of her officemates’ behavior or be her reality check at a party. 7. She’s Not Your Wingman Do not abandon her at the buffet! Dragging your friend to a party might seem like a good idea—she’ll get out of the house and meet people—but throwing your friend into a clutch of cheese-straw-wielding revelers by herself while you catch up with other guests is almost guaranteed to leave her feeling worse than before. 8. Help Her Find Her Place of Comfort Remind your friend that doing things alone—going to a movie, eating out—is hard for a lot of people, especially the first time. You might take her to the coffee shop that gives you a sense of community when you’re on your own and volunteer to help find a place in her neighborhood. 9. Invitation Is Welcome If you’re part of a couple, don’t let that stop you from inviting your single friend to join the two of you for dinner or a Saturday outing to Ikea. One O editor says that in her post-divorce despair, some of her happiest, least fraught times were with her married friends who just asked her to show up, plop down on the sofa, drink a little wine and stay for dinner. - Y!Naija
New Reaching us from Confirm Source claims Davido might be dropping another Video anytime soon to his Skelewu Monster Hit. The Superstar will is not yet satisified with the Production of the Video which was recently done by Sesan and to the New One which drop Yesterday. Davido really love his Fans, Said our Source, Beg Clearance Peter to help make the Video a Greater one. When asked by Clearance peter about his Previous Skelewu Video, Davido replies, "Don't Mind those Cow" jare, Said our Source. #Team Davido keep your Fingers crossed, Davido is dropping another Scale-Ewu Video. Enjoy!!
The advance team of President Goodluck Jonathan’s entourage, returning from Ado-Ekiti on Sunday rendered emergency rescue services to accident victims on the Lokoja-Abuja highway, witnesses say.The News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, reported that the accident, which occurred at Okpu village, few kilometres after Lokoja, involved two cars carrying 11 people. A Nissan Almera car with registration number AH 47 KAA going to Lokoja and a Honda Accord model with registration number BG945BWR en-route Abuja, were involved in the accident.The two vehicles had a head-on collision with serious impact, causing varying degrees of injury to the occupants of the vehicles.The accident occurred few minutes before the presidential motorcade came by the scene, NAN reported. Mr Jonathan was in Ekiti state over the weekend on an official visit. Continue...
Tragedy struck when a 72-year-old man beat his 14-year-old daughter to death in the Iba area of Lagos State over her refusal to attend The Lord’s Chosen Church with him. The deceased’s mother, Mrs. Comfort Udin, 40, explained that her husband had been angry over their daughter’s refusal to attend his church, The Lord’s Chosen.
Comfort, the mother of the deceased revealed that her husband, John Udin, used a stick, covered with nails, to beat his daughter. One of the nails perforated her forehead and she later died. Continue..
Labour Party candidate, Chief Ifeanyi Ubah has staked N5 million for any man or woman in Anambra State with the knowledge of a more qualified person to govern the state to come and debate him on it.
Ubah in an interview said that his gubernatorial bid is an act of sacrifice as according to him he left a flourishing business to come and serve his people. He dismissed as unnecessary innuendo assertions that he lacks a paper qualification saying none of his rivals has a Havard qualification as he has.
''I am winning because I am the best candidate, I am winning because I have the solution to (the problems of) Anambra people, whoever in Anambra politics that feels that he is better than me I challenge him with five million naira to come for a debate''.
If anybody in Anambra be it Ngige, be it whoever thinks he is better than me he should come. It’s a challenge, if anybody is better than me in any line, he should come and challenge me for a public debate,” the former boss of Capital Oil and Gas said.
Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji who flew to London for the premiere of ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ ended up missing the event as she down with the flu and was under serious medical watch throughout the week. Reports say Genevieve has fully recuperated and is said to have promised her fans, who missed her at the premier, to give them a surprise visit before the end of the year. Shot in Calabar and Creek Town in South-South Nigeria, Half of a Yellow Sun reportedly cost $8 million (about N1.2 billion) and is one of the most eagerly awaited films to come out of Africa in recent years. Half of a Yellow Sun is a British-Nigerian production based on the 2006 award-winning novel of the same title by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.