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Politics / Re: Police Service Commission Reinstates Zakari Biu, Retires Him by chino11(m): 12:49pm
It is becoming very clear everyday that Buhari was/is the grand founder, sponsor and patron of Boko Haram..

Reinstating a well known Police Officer who comprised his office is so dishearten and heartbreaking for the innocent people that died in the line of duty.

Celebrities / Re: Nairabet Signs Phyno As New Ambassador [photos] by chino11(m): 11:27am
My bad, it was one other guy that I was trying to remember his name.

oguego:
J_martins is from Abiriba in Abia state
Celebrities / Re: Nairabet Signs Phyno As New Ambassador [photos] by chino11(m): 11:06am
CLOSE UP ON STARS – PHYNO ⁠

FULL NAMES: Azuibike Chibuzo Nelson

STAGE NAMES: Phyno

DATE OF BIRTH: 9th October, 1986

WEIGHT: 75KG

HEIGHT: 6FT

MARITAL STATUS: Single

FAMILY DETAILS: 4th out of 5 children

PETS: None

HOME TOWN: Awka, Anambra State

FAVORITE FOOD: Rice

FAVORITE SPOT: Studio

DAY OR NIGHT OWL:

FAVORITE COLORS: Black, Black, Black

CHILDHOOD AMBITIONS: President, Pilot

WHAT ELSE DO YOU DO: Produce, I also sing

MOST PRIZED POSSESSION: My life, Studio, Laptop

ADVICE TO BEGINNERS: Stay focused and put God first

MESSAGE TO FANS: We don't die, We multiply

TWITTER HANDLE: @phynofino

http://sofooo.blogspot.com.ng/2013/01/close-up-on-stars-phyno.html?m=1



cristweeezy:
google,wikipedia said 'enugu' buh u dnt av to use dat word 'ignorance' to me,cos of phyno? Buh all d same,no vex.

Celebrities / Re: Nairabet Signs Phyno As New Ambassador [photos] by chino11(m): 11:02am
Nigeria News on CityNews.ng
Orijin lights up Calabar & Awka with Burna Boy and Phyno

Orijin lights up Calabar & Awka with Burna Boy and Phyno


The 5th week & Orijinality stopped over at Calabar and Awka in style this past weekend and mashed up with loyal Orijin consumers as Naija’s most anticipated party night came through their cities.

The excitement was palpable as Spinall set the mood to party with colourful Naija and foreign mixes which was climaxed when Don Gordon himself came up to perform to the delight of everyone present. The energy in Calabar went on all through the night with lots of Orijin to keep everyone motivated. Continue…

Awka was not left out as Phyno the son of the soil was given a hero’s welcome by his people who couldn’t get enough of him and DJ Neptune as they kept everyone up on their feet and wanting more.

It was indeed an Orijinal and memorable night for both Calabar and Awka consumers. No other
brand can serve you this, except for the most loved, contemporary drink that all Nigerians love, ORIJIN.

The orijinal party continues as the train heads on out to Uyo and Nnewi on the 12th of September 2014.


- See more at: http://citynews.ng/orijin-lights-up-calabar-awka-with-burna-boy-and-phyno/#sthash.L24siCXp.dpuf


cristweeezy:
google,wikipedia said 'enugu' buh u dnt av to use dat word 'ignorance' to me,cos of phyno? Buh all d same,no vex...
Celebrities / Re: Nairabet Signs Phyno As New Ambassador [photos] by chino11(m): 9:57am
Stop throwing your ignorance everywhere, use your google to cure yourself. Phyno is an Awka boy, QED! Am done with you!

cristweeezy:
bros,phyno comes from enugu,he was born and bred dere too... Evn go watch 'man of d year' video,,u go see am dere.... E get mansion for anambra no mean anything nah... Btw,na phyno get all these houses?
Celebrities / Re: Nairabet Signs Phyno As New Ambassador [photos] by chino11(m): 9:28am
Phyno is from Smith City- Awka. Below is his mansion at Ngozika Estates. Go figure.. cool

cristweeezy:
phyno is from enugu, not anambra...

Celebrities / Re: Nairabet Signs Phyno As New Ambassador [photos] by chino11(m): 9:23am
Independent Anambra Republic on my mind


kennyjodeci:


I believe this is exactly what is going to happen when biafra is finally achieved......Ndi Anambra? Problem ndi Igbo nwere
Celebrities / Re: Nairabet Signs Phyno As New Ambassador [photos] by chino11(m): 8:50am
Anambrans are taking all the endorsements from Nigeria. From Psquare to Kcee to Phyno to Flavor to JMartins to Nneka to Chioma Chukwuka to Jim Iyke to Queeneth etc etc..


Anambrans na only una waka come? I forgot you guys are the Light of The Entire Black Nations cheesy

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:53pm On Sep 04
Anambra rural road networks

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:51pm On Sep 04
Anambra rural roads..unbeatable!

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:50pm On Sep 04
Over-looking the Niger River from Onitsha

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:47pm On Sep 04
How we roll in Anambra inner-hoods

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:32pm On Sep 04
Unbeatable rural road networks in Anambra..

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:28pm On Sep 04
How we roll at night in Awka..

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:23pm On Sep 04
Anambra..unbeatable!

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:21pm On Sep 04
This is how we roll..Awka!

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:17pm On Sep 04
Inner-hoods..Awka

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 9:14pm On Sep 04
Unbeatable..this is how we roll in Awka inner-hoods! cool

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Politics / Re: Eastern Neighbourhoods And Streets Are Made by chino11(m): 7:30pm On Sep 04
Neo warriors.. cheesy

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Politics / Re: Is There Any Other Way Of Getting To Rivers State From Imo State? by chino11(m): 6:45pm On Sep 04
Nwanne some people are worse than the dullllard himself. LOL

You can't even pass that road to Rivers state anymore and some fools are busy chanting Sai Buhari. Now that the dulllard is in power let him come to their rescue..LOL

I will be going to PH again on monday but i will still be passing through Onitsha-Ughelli-Patani-PH.


cjrane:

i told them the dulllard is too daft to make a distinction between the states like Imo that helped him win at least 25% in 2/3 of the states to win the election constitutionally and those that supported PDP.

Now let Roaches explain to his people why he had to run for President to ensure the dulllard got the party's nomination over Atiku, and how he rigged and coerced Imo people into voting for the dulllard.

Not to say i love to see Nigerians suffer, but I just love how the dulllard has showed them his true vicious colors.
Politics / Re: Is There Any Other Way Of Getting To Rivers State From Imo State? by chino11(m): 5:09pm On Sep 04
Horror! For goodness sake this is an APC state..Buhari should do something. I will use wifey's SUV for this my Ph trip on monday if I must pass through this state. cool
Education / Re: 10 Nigerian Universities With The Fastest Academic Calendar by chino11(m): 9:32pm On Sep 03
No time for dunces!

janefrancisca:
Story for the gods..for their undergraduate programmes, it is true they are fast...but d post graduate programme, even snail fast pass am. person go use 3 years or more than do masters programme 4 UNIZIK, pgd 2 years...PhD..hmmm, till thy kingdom come ...best lecturers ko, best student ni..keep deceiving urself.
Education / Re: 10 Nigerian Universities With The Fastest Academic Calendar by chino11(m): 5:36pm On Sep 03
UNIZIK is the best, no industrial action, no cultism! Best academic calender, best lecturers, best students!

Great Zikites..Great!

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Politics / Re: ICPC Probes Amaechi, Kwankwaso, Chime, Shema by chino11(m): 3:20pm On Sep 02
With this, Amechi is in trouble because Wike will provide all the indicting documents to the ICPC. I forsee Amechi serving a JAIL term in Buhari led Federal Government.. cheesy

Politics / Re: Anambra: Turkish, Italian And Chinese Investors To Build Int'l Cargo Airport by chino11(m): 7:46am On Sep 02
Anambra obodo oyibo cool

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Politics / Re: Why Re Multinational Company's Avoiding South East Region by chino11(m): 9:41pm On Sep 01
Nwanne, calm down..


FKO81:

Ur father
Politics / Re: Why Re Multinational Company's Avoiding South East Region by chino11(m): 9:38pm On Sep 01
General, I am good.. cool

after1:


General,

He messed up and am following him everywhere, he believe he is tough. How are you broda?
Politics / Re: Why Re Multinational Company's Avoiding South East Region by chino11(m): 9:33pm On Sep 01
General, he is my brother.. cool

after1:


Welcome back
Politics / Re: List Of States That Got Bail-Out Funds To Offset Salary Arrears by chino11(m): 9:20pm On Sep 01
The monies are not free funds, they are another level of loans spread over 20years with interest. So the states are still indebted and it keeps growing both on interest and capital.

Najatu:
Compensation needs to be given to other states that are not undoubted so to encourage to maintain good their deeds.

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Politics / Re: List Of States That Got Bail-Out Funds To Offset Salary Arrears by chino11(m): 9:00pm On Sep 01
Finally on the front page, so that some people will see how their states are being ruined and wrecked daily with with loans upon loans..

Some states should be acquired by the big four- Lagos, Rivers, Anambra and Kano.. cool

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Politics / Re: Anambra State Light Of The Nation,economic And Political Power House Of The East by chino11(m): 6:45pm On Sep 01
Anambra is in good hands. Only handful Nigerian States as Lagos, Rivers, Anambra and Kano can survive without FG allocations.

The bail-out funds from Buhari is not for free, look at the high-lighted part. Its just from one level of indebtedness to another. cool


• Kwara, Osun, Zamfara commence payment of salary arrears, 24 other states to follow
Obinna Chima

In line with the federal government’s resolve to reflate economic activities in the country, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will this week continue the disbursement of its special intervention fund totalling N338 billion to 27 states in the country.


Already, the funds to Kwara, Zamfara and Osun States were disbursed last week and they have commenced the payment of salary arrears to workers in their respective states, THISDAY learnt yesterday.


A source at the central bank confirmed that more states would get their monies this week.
From the breakdown of funds made available to the first three states to which monies were disbursed last week, Kwara State got a total of N4.320 billion from the special intervention fund, Osun got N34.988 billion, while Zamfara was given N10.020 billion.


The loans repayable at an interest rate of nine per cent over a 20-year period
, also showed that Abia State is expected to get N14.152 billion, while Adamawa State will receive N2.378 billion; Bauchi – N8.60 billion; Bayelsa – N1.285 billion; Benue – N28.013 billion; Borno – N7.680 billion; and Cross River – N7.856 billion.


In addition, Delta has got the central bank’s approval to receive N10.036 billion; Ebonyi – N4.063 billion; Edo – N3.167 billion; Ekiti – N9.604 billion; Enugu – 4.207 billion; Gombe – N16.459 billion; Imo – N26.806 billion; Katsina – N3.304 billion; Kebbi – N0.690 billion and Kogi – N50.842 billion.


Nasarawa is also expected to get N8.317 billion, while Niger will receive a total of N4.306 billion; Ogun – N20.00 billion; Ondo – N14.686 billion; Oyo – N26.606 billion; Plateau – N5.357 billion and Sokoto will get N10.093 billion.


The source, a senior central bank official, stressed that with the disbursement of the N338 billion to the 27 states that applied for the special intervention fund, economic growth would be stimulated through the payment of outstanding salaries to workers who have been owed for months.


He explained: “Once salaries are paid, we expect consumption to increase nationwide and this will go a long way in stimulating economic activities.


“After disbursing to Kwara, Osun and Zamfara, more states which applied will get their funds this week, and we have ensured that we kept the interest rate low at 9 per cent and loans repayable over a 20-year period.”


As part of the federal government’s resolve to end the lingering crisis of unpaid workers’ salaries in the country, especially in several states of the federation, President Muhammadu Buhari had approved a comprehensive relief package designed to salvage the situation.


Part of the relief package was the CBN's special intervention fund to be offered to states, which would be in the form of soft loans available to states to access solely for the purpose of paying the backlog of salaries.


The approval of the special intervention fund was sequel to the decision by the National Economic Council (NEC) at its meeting of June 29, 2015, that had requested that the CBN, in collaboration with other stakeholders, should appraise and consider ways of liquidating outstanding workers’ salaries owed by state and local governments.


The conditions for accessing the facility included resolutions of the respective state executive councils (SECs) authorising the borrowings and state Houses of Assembly consenting to the loans, as well as issuance of Irrevocable Standing Payment Orders (ISPOs) to ensure timely repayment at source from the states’ Federation Account allocations.

http://www.thisdaylive.com/articles/bailout-cbn-injects-n338bn-in-27-states-to-stimulate-economy/218955/
Politics / Re: List Of States That Got Bail-Out Funds To Offset Salary Arrears by chino11(m): 6:04pm On Sep 01
When you look at the high-lighted part on the above report you will realize that the bail-out is not a free money from the FG. It is actually a "repayable loans" to those weak states. Those states are actually moving from one level of indebtedness to another.

Only a handful of Nigerian states like Lagos, Rivers, Anambra and Kano can effectively run their affairs without haven to depend on the Federal Government to survive.


GOD Blessed Anambra above all..

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