Thursday, 25 February 2016

Bishop David Oyedepo, Gov. Fayose, Senator Godswill Akpabio, Others At a Special Thanksgiving Service to Celebrate the Affirmation of Governor Udom Emmanuel 's Mandate as Governor by the Supreme Court

 L-R : Akwa Ibom State Governor, His Excellency Mr Udom Emmanuel and Wife Martha (1st left) Deputy Governor, Mr Mosses Ekpo (2nd right), Speaker, State House of Assembly, Barr Onofiok Luke (extreme right) and Presiding Bishop, Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo (middle), at A Special Thanksgiving Service to Celebrate the Affirmation of Governor Udom Emmanuel 's Mandate as Governor by the Supreme Court.

 Akwa Ibom State Governor, His Excellency, Mr Udom Emmanuel and Wife Martha (left), Senate Minority Leader, Senator Godswill Akpabio (in white) and Ekiti State Governor Chief Ayodele Fayose, on arrival at Ibom International Stadium during a Special thanksgiving Service to Celebrate the Affirmation of Governor Udom Emmanuel's mandate as the Governor of Akwa Ibom State by the Supreme Court.
 

 L-R Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr Udom Emmanuel and Wife Martha (2nd left), Deputy Governor, Mr Mosses Ekpo (2nd right), Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Barr Onofiok Luke (extreme right), Ekiti State Governor, Chief Ayodele Fayose (1st left) and Presiding Bishop, Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo (in white), during A Special Thanksgiving Service to Celebrate the Affirmation of Governor Udom Emmanuel's mandate as the Governor of Akwa Ibom State by the Supreme Court.

Breaking: Sunday Oliseh resigns as Eagles coach ... accused NFF of contract violations

Barely weeks to the crucial two legged Orange Africa Nations Cup between the Super Eagles of Nigeria and the Pharaohs of Egypt, Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh have resigned his services as the Chief Coach of Nigeria’s national team. 
Oliseh Oliseh took to his verified Twitter handle, @SundayOOliseh to announce his resignation where he said: “I feel fortunate, blessed and eternally grateful for having had the honour to play, captain and coach this great nation of ours, Nigeria. Due to contract violations, lack of support,unpaid wages, benefits to my players, Assistant Coaches and myself, I resign as Super Eagles Chief Coach.” 
He had since changed his profile on the micro-blogging site to Ex-Chief Coach of the Super Eagles. Recall that Oliseh, signed a three-year deal on July 15, 2015, succeeding Stephen Keshi, who was sacked at the start of July. He spent barely eight months as Eagles chief coach. Oliseh, earned 63 caps for Nigeria and helped the country win the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations and Olympic gold in 1996. He became the fourth player from the class of 1994 to manage the Super Eagles after Austin Eguavoen, Samson Siasia and Keshi

Etisalat-Sponsored Love-Like-A-Movie Lights up Lagos This WeekendAs International Grammy Winner, Ciara joins Olamide, Omawumi, Iyanya to Headline Show

  
 
Nigeria’s entertainment capital, Lagos, is set for a thrilling weekend of music fiesta as the third edition of Etisalat-sponsored Love-Like-A-Movie concert gets underway at the Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotel and Suites.
The love concert, billed for Sunday, February 28, is put together by multi-award winner and song writer, Darey ‘Art’ Alade, and will feature American singer and Grammy Award Winner, Ciara Princess Harris simply known as Ciara who will be joined by a select stock of Nigeria’s finest artistes such as Yemi Alade, Adekunle Gold, Iyanya, Sound Sultan, Zaina, Omawumi, Sammy, Olamide, Vector, and a host of others.
This year’s edition, themed ‘Naked’ is a three-in-one package featuring photo exhibition, Red Carpet and Actual show.
Speaking about Etisalat Nigeria’s sponsorship of the event, the company’s Head, Events & Sponsorships, Modupe Thani, noted that it is a reflection of its belief and commitment to youthfulness and innovation.
“At Etisalat, we associate ourselves with youthful and innovative ideas and programmes like Love-Like-a-Movie. We are very well delighted with the impact Darey and his team are making since it started a few years back. We look forward to a rewarding experience from this edition,” she said.
Having held two hugely successful editions in 2013 and 2014 that featured global superstars, Kim Kardashian and Kelly Rowland, this edition is set to break further grounds reinventing the concept of the R&B dance party with choreographed dance, a dynamic laser show, music, symphonic lights and high energy performances from top Nigerian and international performers.

At Last! Funke Akindele Set For Second Marriage

Reports has it that actress Funke Akindele and musician, Abdul Rasheed Bello popularly known as Skillz of JJC and 419 Squad are engaged,  he prosposed and the actress said YES. According to reports, Skillz proposed  few weeks ago in Lekki on the set of her new TV Comedy Drama, Jenifa’s Diary.
It would be recalled that Funke Akindele has remained single after separating from her hubby, Kehinde Almaroof in 2013 under very controversial circumstances. JJC Skillz is a single father of three children, ages 18, 15 and 10 from three different women. 
The couple has managed to hide their blossoming romance away from the public until some few weeks ago when it was first reported on several online platforms.

At 14 I Begged D'Prince And Wandecoal To Take Selfie: Davido diss Pop Stars


The pop singer posted on this on his page today. A statement which suggests that his career has gone far above the two...
I WAS 14 HERE .. HAD TO BEG D'PRINCE AND Wandecoal FOR A PIC!! Lmao 😭😭😭😭 LIFE !

The Woman In The Middle Of Psquare Crisis Writes Open Letter To Them





The only woman under Psquare’s brand and Jude Okoye's signee, Cynthia Morgan, have decided to learnt her voice in the current brouhaha that has almost brought the popular brand to its knees.  Morgan took to Instagram to post an appealing letter to Psquare to end their beef and come back stronger than before. She equally hinted that although Jude had warned her not to interfere without his consent, but she couldn't just hold back the desire to see the duo get back to the studio and release chart topping tracks which they are known for.
Here is the letter...







 

Naira Grows, Now 250/1$



Good time is gradually coming back to Nigerian economy as the nation’s currency, the naira rose by 50 per cent yesterday against the dollar at the parallel market to N250 from N375, which it traded on Monday.

The naira had been on a free fall in the last two weeks, peaking at 391 against the greenback at the parallel market last Thursday. The local currency, however, began a gradual recovery on Friday.

Investigations revealed that Bureau de Change (BDC) operators as well as street hawkers in Abuja sold the dollar between N250 and N255.

A bureau de change operator, who simply identified himself as Ibrahim, said that he was very confused as the Naira continued to gain strength.

He said: “Earlier this morning, I bought dollars for N305, but now it is sold at N250, making me to lose N55 in less than 10 hours. I am very scared of buying dollars because of the continued instability.

“Although I am happy that the naira continued to gain strength at the parallel market as an overflow of dollars chased the local currency but we are losing greatly here.”

Forex dealers said the local currency was set to gain further momentum in coming days, arguing that most traders were rushing to reduce the amount of dollars in their holdings.

Currency strategist and experts have also stated that the depreciation the naira had recorded in the last two weeks was mainly artificial, arguing that it was part of the activities of currency speculators to force the Central Bank of Nigeria and the Presidency to devalue the naira.

They are of the view that naira will recover because of two things: the Presidency’s hard stance on not devaluing the naira and the decision of the Bureau De Change operators to peg their profit margin at 3.5 per cent.

President Muhammadu Buhari had on Saturday again rejected the idea of devaluing the naira, despite a hammering of the currency on the secondary market last week.

The president, who spoke at the presidential panel roundtable on Investment and Growth Opportunities in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, said he rejected pressure to devalue the naira because Nigeria did not have the competitive advantage to benefit from devaluation.

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) had, contrary to the expectations of the international community and analyst, refused to devalue the local currency, choosing rather to reduce the rate of foreign exchange outflow from the reserves.

An economist and currency expert at BestWorth Holdings, David James, said the naira would continue its rise to a point where the true value of the local currency could be found against the dollar.