Sunday, 27 November 2016

Di’ja Talks On Why She Had A Lowkey Wedding, Sneakbo attacks Septa & Krept & Konan + More 28/11/16

Here is this weeks edition of Factory78 weekly news featuring: Kanye west meltdown allegedly  caused by fight with wife Kim Kardashian,
Former Shatta Wales's Manager Bullhaus Fires Back At Ambolley After He Said Reggae/Dancehall Artists Can Never Win Grammy Awards, Grime Artist Sneakbo attacks Septa and Krept & Konan on twitter & Di’ja Talks On Why She Had A Lowkey Wedding And Mavin Signing Iyanya.


Re: BLW INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE 2016 – 3rd December 2016

On Saturday 3rd of December 2016, there will be smiles and grateful hearts with many turned to righteousness all around the world as they experience unexpected acts of generosity and love which are the hallmarks of the ministry of our Man of God.

It is the BLW International Day of Service in honor of our man of God Rev Dr. Chris Oyakhilome DSc; DD.

The BLW International Day of Service is your opportunity to Roll Up Your Sleeves in service and win souls by discharging a service of kindness that is tangible, and directed at a person, a group or an organization. It is your personal expression of gratitude our man of God and a celebration of the impact of his ministry in your life as an individual.

Categories of Service 
A service is an act of kindness, assistance, favor or benefit that would make great impact in the lives of those who need it the most. Your selected services must be specific, tangible and beneficial to a third party. Categories of individual service opportunities are listed below – you can log on to for more Service Ideas.

Community Service and Rehabilitation Projects
Service to the Hungry and Homeless
Educational and School Services
Child Care and Safety Awareness Campaigns
Health and Safety Services
Care for Senior Citizens and the Elderly

How to Participate in four[4] Simple Steps
Register your Service Projects
Identify an individual, a family, group or organization within your sphere of contact with a need you want to meet then register your service in your local church or
Promote the On-going Campaign
Follow @BLWDayofService SuperUser on KingsChat and invite others to do the same
Download graphic designs from then boost awareness with your social media posts
Promote #BLWDayofService on KingsChat and other social media platforms as you share your plans, expectations and reports.
Don’t wait till D-day, start wearing branded t-shirts and caps now.
Execute your Service Projects
Execute your service and post videos and pictures on KingsChat and other social media platforms and also upload videos reports to and we will post with the BLWIDS SuperUser.
Present Your Beneficiaries to God
Follow Up to ensure your beneficiaries are in Church the very next Sunday Service.

A Strategic Opportunity for Impact
You must be strategic in their choice of beneficiaries – they should be those that you have started to or intend to reach with the gospel; because through these specific acts of service, we want to make inroads with the propagation of the gospel in our environment.

LGBTs are human beings first’ says Olumide Makanjuola, watch the sixth episode of Untold Fact]

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Joining the host were Olumide Makanjuola, sexual health and rights advocate, who through his activism has engaged international policymakers and stakeholders, and Omolara Oriye, a lawyer, writer, human rights advocate and feminist.
Speaking on the constitutional rights of LGBTs in Nigeria to get legal justice, Olumide argued that "What the law says is human and if you are going to seek redress, you should seek redress from that perspective because, first, you're a human being - regardless of anything that comes with your identity, orientation - the court is going to see you as a human being not as a gay person or bisexual man/woman."
Omolara, on her part, pointed out that "The idea is that there is no protection for LGBTIs in Nigeria. But you don't have to seek redress in a Nigerian court. You can go to ECOWAS court. You can go as far as you like."

British Council in collaboration with GTBank launches Wind Sculpture VI Exhibition by Yinka Shonibare MBE(RA) in Lagos]

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British Council in collaboration with GTBank officially launched Wind Sculpture VI, a six metre high by three metre wide artwork by Yinka Shonibare MBE(RA) on Thursday 24 November, 2016 at the Ndubuisi Kanu Park, Ikeja, Lagos.

The sculpture exhibition, which is Shonibare’s first public exhibition in Nigeria is also part of British Council’s UK/Nigeria 2015–16 season, which aims to build new audiences, create new collaborations and strengthen relationships between the two countries.

The Wind Sculpture VI, made from fibre-glass and steel by the UK-born Nigerian artist, Shonibare as part of his artistic inquiry into the motion of wind as it passes through fabric will remain on display at the Ndubuisi Kanu Park, Ikeja, Lagos till 17 January, 2017.