Wednesday, 8 November 2017
NIGERIAN MARITIME UNIVERSITY
OKERENKOKO, DELTA STATE, NIGERIA
NATH-ESE L. ANHO
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OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
ACADEMIC STAFF VACANCIES
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Imo state police command has handed over five year old Francis and two year old Chinaza to the legitimate mother,Abigail Uka. The babies were sold for N1.1m in Enugu state after they were stolen through the connection of a relative in Uzoagba in the Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo state.
Sudanese club Al Khartoum Watani appointed Emmanuel Amuneke as coach
Sudanese top division club Al Khartoum Watani have appointed Emmanuel Amuneke as their new head coach for the forthcoming season, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Tuesday, 7 November 2017
One Bashir Usman an indigent poor tricyclist/Keke Napep rider that stays in Narguta area in Jos, Plateau state - yesterday returned the sum of 582, 400 (Five Hundred and eighty two thousand four hundred naira) a trader Mama Ejimeh forgot in his tricycle on Saturday.
Below are key points from the speech of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki at the presentation of the 2018 appropriation bill on Tuesday.
1. As the country gradually recovers, it is important to reset the fundamentals that drive our economy – so we do not slide back into recession. We must reassess the relationship between oil and our economy. Oil prices are gradually inching up, but that is no reason for complacency in our diversification drive. We must grow our economy away from oil - as well as the need to increase non-oil revenue generation and collection.
Infrastructure, represented by the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing and Ministry of Transportation, and Defence, will take the bulk of federal capital spending in 2018, according to a proposal submitted by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly Tuesday.
The three ministries will get money more than the 12 other sectors combined.
The unfinished statue of Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has been visibly spotted in Owerri ahead of the president's two-day visit to Imo state. According to a report by Imo state government, Liberian president will arrive Imo state on Thursday, November 9, 2017, to meet with students of the Rochas Foundation College of Africa and the Students from Liberia in particular whose parents died of Ebola.
Nigerian minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, advising Nigerian babes here in the United States to balance work and play. Don't work too hard, she said. Hit the club when you can.
Sunday, 5 November 2017
Flamboyant Nigerian man on Instagram, Hushpuppi shared photos from a surgery he had on November 4th. Even though the surgery according to him was succesful, he still lamented that the surgical gown he was given to wear wasn't Gucci .
As shared on instagram by Hushpuppi...
Saturday, 4 November 2017
A man can cheat on his woman and still love her but a woman cannot cheat on her man and still love him. I say this because while men do not have sex with emotions, women can’t have sex without attaching emotions to it. This is the reason men simply need a place to have sex while women need a reason to have sex.
Most women who take their husbands to court for divorce are those that cheat on their men. A non cheating woman would most likely never take her husband to court for divorce, unless the man exceedingly abuses her physically and emotionally to the point of killing her.
A Nigerian medical scientist, Prince Ayodele I. Adeleye has recorded a break through for discovering permanent cure for some chronic diseases known to have no cure according to world medical records history.
The disease according to his claims include diabetics, strokes/paralysis, hepatitis, cancer, BP, ulcer, epilepsy and sickle cell.
The scientist has also improved on therapy that now reduces to two hours, the treatment and cure for HIV/Aids, including kidney, plus other damaged organs.
(Prof.) Adeleye, made the outcome of his breakthrough public penultimate week after an age-long research where he excelled in establishing cure in the nine ailments considered to have no permanent cure the world over.
Adeleye was the best graduate of Laboratory Sciences, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, and was retained immediately after graduation as a lecturer as well as staff in medical lab department of the university teaching hospital, ABUTH.
A major in parasitology, Adeleye rose to the position of principal staff in the lab science department of ABUTH, and retired after successful carrier as federal civil servant to establish a research centre in Kaduna metropolis.
In a chat with our correspondent, at the “Yaro Medicare Nigeria limited, the research centre”, located in the heart of Kaduna, Adeleye said more research was still in progress.
In a handbill made available to journalists, the permanent cure for diabetes takes only a month, stating that it’s the first and only of its kind in the world.
On hepatitis, the cure is said to be instantaneous and takes only a day, while cure for all kinds of stroke/paralysis, at any level inclusive, takes only three days, respectively.
Curatives, according to the claimant, include all types of cancer including leukemia, are also instant, and takes only one day for treatment and cure, while that of ulcer is also one day.
Work on full cure of epilepsy and sickle cell have also been completed, and permanent cure also discovered, he said.
The two hours, HIV/Aids cure according to the medical researcher, also treats organs, including kidney, and others, damaged as a result of prolonged anti-retro viral therapy, adding that patients would test negative five days later.
This post is not about women bashing but the need to let our ladies know that they can not afford to live a sexually reckless life and expect the man in their life to respect them when they eventual settle down in marriage cos men juxtapose respect for a woman with her sexual decency and expecting faithfulness from a man goes beyond the fact that the lady in question is faithful but it has a lot to do with her past sexual life style...little wonder why it is extremely difficult for man to divorce a virgin bride or a woman who has a very decent sexual past.
Thursday, 2 November 2017
The CIA just released a shocking video of Osama Bin Laden's son who has been under surveillance and scrutiny for a while now. The young Osama on several occassion vowed to take off where his dad left and promised to attack the United States in the near future.
Wednesday, 1 November 2017
The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday, said it is holding five South-East state governments, particularly, Abia State and Ohanaeze Ndigbo responsible for the siege and invasion of its leader and Director of Radio Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu family house in Afaraukwu, Umuahia, Abia State.
Tuesday, 31 October 2017
SHOCKING footage has emerged showing the terrifying moment a pair of snakes do battle in a woman’s shower after falling through her skylight.
The terrifying clip shows two huge pythons twisting and turning with their tails completely tangled together as they wrestle on the bathroom floor.
Mum-of-one Petrina Murphy, 41, filmed the hellish scene after the animals came crashing through the skylight at her home in Byfield, Queensland, Australia.
Revelation comes weeks after news of a similar attack on South Korea’s defense ministry
SEOUL—North Korean hackers are suspected to have broken into a South Korean shipyard and stolen military secrets, in a breach made public less than a month after news of a similar attack in which hackers stole joint U.S.-South Korea war plans.
Modernizing and maintaining the U.S. nuclear arsenal over the next 30 years will cost more than $1.2 trillion, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Congressional Budget Office.The report said current plans for the modernization of the aging planes, ships and missile silos that make up the U.S. nuclear arsenal would cost 50 percent more than if the U.S. only operated and maintained its current equipment in the field.