Friday, 7 October 2011

Mr President clap for yourself...welldone!

our dear president plans to remove subsidy from Petroleum products from 2012. We buy fuel now at N65 per litre...without the subsidy, one wonders what we will be paying for a litre of fuel...N100? More? How can this man do this? And they say it's in the best interest of the country?  can someone explain to tell me wot do you guyz think.


Wooow datz great!
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Nollywood director Ifeanyi Ikpoenyi loses two of his triplets

Nollywood director Ifeanyi Ikpoenyi's wife Uju gave birth to triplets a few months ago What I hear now is that two of three babies died within weeks of being born. So sad to hear that.keep u guyz posted


Ex Soundcity Vj, Denrele Edun alongside BBA winner, Karen Igho are said to be joining South Africa based Tv Station, Channel O soon. The two friends will be hosting a show on the African channel. Details of this are still on search, but a friend of the presenter confirmed this to me. This is sure a big one for them, especially Denrele, as this is what he loves doing best and all the best to karen aka mamaB!
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Facebook cry for help saves man

hHelp me ... Peter Casaru called for help over Facebook

A DAD who woke up paralysed has Facebook to

 thank after friends 6,000 miles away in America

 read his cry for help and dispatched paramedics

 to rescue him.

His name is Peter, 59, had woken up unable to move his legs at his 
remote cottage. He could not call for an ambulance himself
 because his mobile phone's battery was dead.
That's when he turned to his laptop which was only 10ft away.
It took him an hour and a half to reach it because he was virtually paralysed but managed to type out a message before collapsing on the floor.
He wrote: "Can someone call 999, Ambulance for me, I need one now ...
"I have fractued my back. dtuck ob floor. no phone abd glasses, toucvh typing.. please help me."
Facebook appeal ... Peter's cry for help
Facebook appeal ... Peter's cry for help

Wayne Rooney told: 'Your dad’s been nicked’

STUNNED Wayne Rooney learned his dad and uncle had been arrested over an alleged betting con as he was about to board a jet to Montenegro with the England team yesterday.

A relative called him at Luton airport to say: "Wayne, your dad's been nicked." Wayne Snr is suspected over a £100,000 football sting.
He was arrested yesterday at the £450,000 home the soccer hero bought for his parents.
Suspect ... Rooney's dad Wayne Snr
Suspect ... Rooney's dad Wayne Snr

The 48-year-old dad, also called
 Wayne, was one of nine men
 held by cops probing an alleged £100,000 football betting scam.
The investigation is centred 
around "suspicious" bets
 placed on a 
player being sent off during
 a Scottish Premier League
 game between Motherwell 
and Hearts last December.
Motherwell player Steve Jennings,
 who was given a red card
 for swearing at referee 
Stevie O'Reilly towards
 the end of the match, 
was among those arrested. Rooney's uncle Richie, 54, was another.
A relative called with the news. But Manchester United striker Rooney, 25, 
went ahead with the flight to Montenegro, who England play in tonight's 
Euro 2012 qualifier in Podgorica.
A friend said: "The arrests came as a complete shock to Wayne.
 He knew nothing about any of the allegations and certainly had
 nothing to do with them.
"He'll be very upset because he is very supportive of his family.

Suspect ... Wayne Rooney's uncle Richie
Suspect ... Wayne Rooney's uncle Richie
"He never forgets it was their sacrifices and time that helped him to fulfil his footballing talent."
The arrests follow a nine-month investigation by police in Liverpool and Scotland, carried out in co-operation with the Gambling Commission.
Cops swooped on several addresses and Wayne Snr was held at the home — bought by Rooney in December 2008 — he shares with wife Jeanette in the plush West Derby area of Liverpool.
Richie, who runs a boxing club, was arrested after cops in two vans arrived at his home in Norris Green, Liverpool, just after 7am.
Liverpool-born Jennings, 26, was collared at his Glasgow home.
He was sent off in the crucial game for haranguing the ref — his second bookable offence — after a penalty appeal was rejected. But he insists he has done nothing wrong.


Actress who is more known in tv soap operas, Moyo Lawal seems to be the next thing on the table of our ex-minister, Demola Seriki. The just concluded Best of Nollywood party which held on the Island saw the ex-minister as a guest and even though he came without the actress, they were seen talking in low key and left together afterwards. Sources say she is the next item on his list. So when you start seeing the jeeps and opening of stores in Abuja!(Justsayng)
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Life Begins @40 Indeed! HBD Mr Segun Ogunbunmi!

Hppy buffday sir wishing you many more yrs to come.
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Louis Vuitton May be Coming Out with a Line of $68 each.. Who will be deserving of its use? Lol

In times of a recession we all need to keep a close eye on our spending. So when we heard French luxury label LVMH may be launching a line of monogrammed condoms, we thought WOW! times are hard $68 each (N10,500) they better be re-usable & come with super dupa extra strength protection!

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