A wise man once said "No be every song dem dey call hit you go like". Okay, no wise man said that; but I'm saying it now
The most popular song by an artist may not be your favourite, especially if you are a big fan of theirs and have heard a lot of their music. So list the most popular song (in your opinion) and your fave by artist.
I'll start with my hubby Phyno: Most popular na Alobam. My best na Parcel or Ojigi. (That song sweet dieeee) Kanye West: Most popular is Gold Digger I guess. My fave is Heard 'Em Say.
My sister the thing tire me O. This is how dey lost the election. It is either PDP media team are lazy or novice.
I don't see how Buhari can be getting away with yet another fraud on Nigerians.
That man has not done anything since assuming office. Not even simple declaration of asset as he promised.
You are telling Nigerians PGEJ was incompetent if he paid Abati,Okupe and information minister tax payers' money ,yet no one knew what he was doing.
That said, Governance is about continuity and you can't deny the fact that PGEJ also took credit for some of OBJ's unfinished projects.
The truth remains that a project isn't worth it until completion. It takes hardwork and discipline to bring projects to fruition especially in Nigeria where corruption can extend a project from 2 years to 7years or even abandoned. That PMB has achieved!!!
Does that mean PGEJ was a failure? No!!!
To be fair,he tried his best but unfortunately, it wasn't enough to get him a second term.
Get over wailing my dear and let's join hands to make Nigeria greater.
Nigeria doesn't belong to PGEJ or PMB, it belongs to us.
efosa2: @iphie25,you come here and say a lot of things; indeed you are not on the induction training ground. U come here and say; am not an officer cadre’’ when APL of compass 8 is not out. HOUSE: someone that assist me, I call him in Abuja, and he told me they are holding meeting.. And you think I will come here to tell” LIES” or tell u to bring “MONEY” or u think Am just like those “SCAMMER”, I guess you have madness running in your body and brain.u must be a lunatic for vomitting rubbish frm ur gutter mouth.inshort i blame ur netwrk for giving u free megabyte. People in this house are Integrity people and they have reputation…. Please think before you comment any post, I still want to know when you graduated? GOD Bless Nigeria Youth
Hehehe....you are a big man?? Someone assisted you to get the job and u already have you NIS I'D card? Wonderful!!! And yes my name is Iphie25 do u need binoculars to see it well?I don't need to banter words with you Oga big man but If you are really in Edo state command pls let us know the name of ur PM there. Atleast every recruited officer under-going training in any command must know his or her PM. So no need for insults Facts will always be facts...just answer
Nigerian army Special battalions got ADVANCED COIN training under Russian Army for 4 months and returned to North East Nigeria to lead in the battles that finally defeated Boko Haram -
Contrary to lies told by many world news reports and publications, the final assault on Boko Haram that defeated the terrorists was led by the Nigerian army special COIN Brigade trained quickly by Russian army from August 2014 to January 2015.
The Russian army has many years of war experience against Islamic terrorists in Afghanistan called Mujahedeens and transferred their skills to several battalions of the Nigerian army's special forces COIN Brigade....
"The Nigerian security services have sent 1 200 personnel to Russia where they are receiving advanced counter-insurgency training from Russian special forces and will return to form the nucleus of a special counter-insurgency force which will be deployed to fight Boko Haram militants.
Each batch received Russian-style specialised counter-insurgency warfare training for four months and on return will form the core of a new special forces brigade which is being created to take the lead in the army's faltering offensive amid massive territorial gains in the northern states of Borno and Adamawa by the Islamist Boko Haram group. "
Ginaz: when poverty brings heat, money evaporates it......
men should learn to be responsible and hardworking to impress me, everything else is poo.
I like hard working men, these are guys called "MEN!" not some babbling with nothing to show for it .
I just dey laugh as i finish read dis comment. Firstly, Op. didnt say anything concerning broke guys. Secondly, so women shouldn't learn to be responsible and hardworking to impress men? See her mouth like "i like hardworking men". Do you know that here in Nigeria, most of the hardworking men are the factory workers, carpenters, bricklayers.etc . Confused girl, you think hardwork is when you ride a coc.k with your va'Gina(z) for some cash just to buy more bleaching creams. Huh! bit***ch please.
Gay marriage don't kill or harm you or anybody. Without appealing to your holybook and in your own mind, rationally tell me reasons why it is immoral?
Which real world are talking about. Believing in preternatural ideas that violents the law of nature? You have been forewarned by same ancient ancestors that you confirmed are idolaters. Whether ancient Romans, your own tribal forefathers and ancient tribe of Israel, they all are our stone age men. You may choose to cherry pick any of them. Good luck
Thank goodness for belittling yourself replying a minor like me. I don't claim to know but you know all. What are those things you really want to let me know that am obstinate to. I ve been under your present situation for more than 30 years, believing in all those your spiritual mumbo jumbo but later find out that i have no rational justifications for believing those thing i use to believe anymore.
Can give me logical explanations for human give to ghost.
Rational and unbiased mind seek to find explanations to whatever thing he witnessed and didn't understand, not appealing to some sort authority through ignorance as the cause of those things. When confrontated to why you believed in those things, you may say you accepted it faith. Sure!!!
I will not be happy as you are picking up run by telling me not to reply you. I want you to tell your reasons for believing in those thing you believed. We are not quarreling, we are just sharing ideas
Running from who? I've just graduated above your level. I role with deep cultist and spiritualist people now. The people that matter.
You want to see the world in a new view? Join Eckankar, try money rituals or check out herbalists. Come and tell me how you view the world after.
Homosexualism is right? Science called it a freaking defect. What do we as scientists do to defects?
The sexual organs of both human sex is located infront why? Men can't procreate why? You really disappointed me by asking such a dumb question
dominique: Puhleez!!! when the world is already raising eyebrows on white cop on black citizen violence, they go and release 'heart warming' pictures. Publicity stunt oshi. When they're done releasing 'heart warming' pictures, they should tell us what exactly happened to Sandra Bland.
Truth be told black people are not helping themselves either. We should look inward before fighting the "evil white man." What blacks are doing to their fellow blacks are worse. Nigeria is a great example.
babyfaceafrica: Don't believe any news without source!!!!...dis dere source does nt have name abi!!!....when I see the dead body then I will believe....too many fake stories flying around!
I can tell you on personal account , that the ooni is dead , my family members knew as far back as Tuesday when he died
“Members of his family who were with him in London had to hurry back home to remove their personal effects because once his death is declared all their property will belong to the people. They won’t be able to take anything from the palace anymore,”
This explanation is exactly why the news was denied, the great elephant has fallen as is said in ile ife. His son is also due to have his wedding on Saturday in Lagos and that would go on , the tradition was flouted when sahara broke the news online, the passing on of the ooni to join his ancestors is normally done differently.
When. Adesiji Aderemi died of cadiac arrest in July 3 1980 ,the news was not declared to the public for almost 7 days, his corpes was taken to Ibadan morgue while all the family effects were removed to otobatele and then the chiefs commenced the rites of passage, remember that the ooni is a very powerful king and the rituals performed in these occasions are important.
Thou shall not chestbeat, thou shall not lies, thou shall not pull out figure from you yellow bombom
In a Capitalist State Like Ours, Wealthy Firms With Healthy Cash Flow Control The Economy Not Petty Traders.
"I have investigated all the 20 top Nigerian companies listed below as compiled by authoritative Forbes business magazine and none of them is based in Igbo land or controlled by the so called ‘Igbo business men’.
Impressively, 20 Nigerian companies made it to the list of Top 25 companies in West Africa. They include:
• Dangote Cement • Zenith Bank PLC • Ecobank Transnational Incorporated • Nigerian Breweries Plc • First Bank Plc • Guaranty Trust Bank Plc • United Bank for Africa • Guinness Nigeria • Nestlé Nigeria • Access Bank • Flour Mills Nigeria • Union Bank of Nigeria • Stanbic IBTC • First City Monument Bank • Lafarge Cement WAPCO • Total Nigeria • Unilever Nigeria • PZ Cussions • UACN • Cadbury Nigeria Plc
According to Forbes, Nigeria has aren't youthe best 25 companies in West Africa.
It is only a fool who will believe Igbo postulation that it is street trader’s and hawkers that controls an economy. If that hypothesis is valid, then the Indians and Pakistanis in Britain can also claim that they [are] in charge of British economy because over 70% of petty street trading in Britain is in the hand of the Asians. However, we all know that actual British economy is firmly in the hands of the Britons. The same is factual for Germany and France where Turkish and North African Algerians are their own local version of Igbo. The only difference is that these other 'gypsies’' are more knowledgeable of who they are in their host countriy's economy, unlike ignorant Igbo petty street traders in Yoruba land."
Nigerians have made the Forbes list of richest people in the world the reason been that Forbes estimates the wealth of individuals and rank them based on the value of shares they have in quoted companies (companies listed on the stock exchange).
The few Nigerians that have the list are Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga and Femi Otedola.
The list of top 21 Richest Nigerian billionaires has been based on:
The value of their shares held in quoted companies, the size and market share of their companies, the number of companies they own and its assumed value, the market value of their company’s brand and the impact of their companies on the Nigerian economy.
Despite the harsh terrain and business challenges involved with starting a business in Nigeria; the successful entrepreneurs listed below held their ground and fought their way to the top.
In a country with a population of over 160 million inhabitants and millions of businesses; these 20 entrepreneurs diligently carved their names in the sands of time.
Check out the list below.
1. Alhaji Aliko Dangote – founder of Dangote Group, Richest man in Africa and Richest black man in the world
2. Mike Adenuga – Conoil, Equatorial Trust Bank, Globacom
3. Femi Otedola – ZENON Oil and Gas
4. Orji Uzor Kalu – Slok Group
5. Cosmos Maduka – Coscharis Group
6. Jimoh Ibrahim – Nicon Insurance, Global Flee
7. Jim Ovia – Zenith Bank, Visafone
8. Pascal Dozie – MTN Nigeria, Diamond Bank
9. Oba Otudeko – Honeywell Group Nigeria
10. Alhaji Sayyu Dantata – MRS Group
11. Umaru Abdul Mutallab – former Chairman First Bank Plc, Mutallab Group
12. Prince Samuel Adedoyin – Doyin Group
13. Dele Fajemirokun – Chaiman Aiico Insurance, Xerox Nigeria, Chicken Republic, Kings Guards etc.
14. Chief Cletus Ibeto – Ibeto Group
15. Raymond Dokpesi – Daar Communication, AIT,
16. Tony Ezenna – Orange Group
17. Chief Molade Okoya Thomas – Chairman CFAO Nig and other six french companies
18. Ifeanyi Ubah – Capital oil and gas
19. Leo Stan Ekeh – Zinox Computer
20. Fola Adeola – GTBank
21. Chief Ade Ojo – Elizade Motors Nig LTD, Distributor of Toyota cars Before I finish this essay I will examine an absurd claim that the igbo often make which reflects an inferiority complex, a deep case self-delusion and which borders on the sociopathic. Wherever they settle they often boast that they control all the money that is there and that they have more businesses than anyone else. They often suggest that they have more business acumen and that they are more successful at business than any other tribe in Nigeria yet this is not true.
These strange stories that Igbos are more industrious than the Yoruba people, where do they come from? Is it because Yoruba people think big and never settle for profits from petty trading? The Igbos have not excelled more than Yoruba people in any kind of business at an advanced level, with the exception of the long haul coach and bus business. In the transportation business generally how many igbo people own the largest private airport on the African continent like Wale Babalakin. Tell me the Igbos that are mega industrialists like Folawiyo, Okoya, Adedoyin, Akindele and Awosika. Of the 10 leading banks in Nigeria, 8 of them used to have yoruba people as shareholders with the controlling interest, until Sanusi Lamido Sanusi launched his campaign. Today, four are still owned by Yoruba people and only one by an Igbo. Telecoms, one Ijebu businessman built a massive telecoms company single handedly. No Igbo man can boast of such. The first four leading oil distributors are Yoruba. Of the 10 leading Nigerian businessmen, 6 are Yoruba. The highest indigenous employers of labour are Yoruba people. Look at all the companies in Ikeja- they were all invited by the Western Region Government in the First Republic. If Igbos leave Lagos today, these companies will still hold high in their elegant skyscrapers. Igbos can’t hold Lagos or anywhere in the country hostage. The stereotype claim is that the Yoruba are the agberos of Lagos but you will be surprised to know that many Igbos in Lagos are actively involved in the transport business, some of them also play omo oni le with their Yoruba friends and some of them are street beggars as well. They would have denied this if Fashola had not deported them.
Many Igbo people are on the payroll of Yoruba businessmen. If you go to their region, you will see GTB, Oando, FCMB, GLO, Con Oil, Nicon Insurance, Sahara Oil, Bicourtney all owned by Yorubas. How many Igbo companies provide mass employment in comparison? If you take away all the companies owned by Yoruba businessmen what is left? The truth, hurtful as it can be, is that the leading industrialists and entrepreneurs are Yoruba people and they built Lagos with their mega business skills. This was what attracted Igbos- the tribe of wanderers and gypsys. Igbos cannot even boast of business skills when they speak with successful businessmen in the Midwest. The Midwest can boast of companies like Zenith bank, UBA, Ibru and co. and Etisalat, They can boast of Arik Air and Aerocontractors. A man from the Midwest by the name of Festus Okotie Eboh tackled your most respected Nnamdi Azikiwe and shook his power-base as the financier of the NCNC party. I don’t share the view that Igbos have superior business skills. The business men many of us admire are entrepreneurs like Wale Tinubu, Fola Adeola, Segun Agbaje, Subonmi Balogun, Kayode Odukoya, Deinde Fernandez, Tope Sonubi, Tunde Fagbemi, Kase Lawal, Harry Akande and Mike Adenuga and not the glorified petty traders and trouble makers. What the Igbos are doing is psychological warfare. If their lies are not checked and set straight they will have a negative effect on the psyche of future generations of the Yoruba. A lot of blacks in America are suffering from the lies white historians have perpetrated. For a long time blacks were made to feel inferior to their white counterparts. We can not allow the Igbos to continue with their lies against the Yorubas unabated. We have a responsibility as patriotic Yorubas to set the record straight. If it means being tagged a tribalist, that is fine. -Destructive Ways of the Ignorant...
Abegii jare Make una shut una akpu mouth and let us rest for akpu sake
Twistray you really pathetic aren't you. BTW don't deny its you because stupidly you quoted your words words to words, funny enough it's the same words that got you dragged several weeks ago. I'm still curious Wtf did you think you disproved. You provided a list where there are 7 Igbo's and 6 Yoruba's and you have mouth to even talk. Mind you, this Igbo's made their wealth after the 20 pounds which was never imposed on yoloba therefore, there should have been more yoloba on that list but alas here we are.
While we at it, haven't it already been shown to you those 20 companies are predominantly foreign company. Excluding two companies own by yoloba, the remaining few in the list that is Nigerian owned are SS and SE individuals companies
Didn't we already knocked in your head Being chairman of a foreign branch company does not mean You OWE the company. You are a worker of that company. infact, out of all companies posted up by you, only two are Yoruba CEO/owned and the remaining are either whites, SS and SE.
Dangote Cement---CEO: Aliko Dangote [Fulani] • Zenith Bank PLC---CEO/founder: Jim ovia [ delta igbo] • Ecobank Transnational Incorporated---CEO: Albert Essien [ibibio] • Nigerian Breweries Plc...Non Nigerian owned company..a branch of heinkein. CEO: Nicholas Vervelde [white] • First Bank Plc...CBN sponsored bank. Not a nigerian founded bank despite a yoruba [onasanya] is the chairman. Founder: Alfred Jones [ white] • Guaranty Trust Bank Plc: CEO/founder Fola Adeola [yoruba] • United Bank for Africa--- CEO: Phillip Oduoza [ Delta Igbo] • Guinness Nigeria:non nigerian owned company: Founder: Arthur Guinness [white] • Nestlé Nigeria: non nigerian owned company: CEO: Paul bulcke [white] • Access Bank---CEO: Paul Wigwe [igbo] • Flour Mills Nigeria---Paul Gbededo [tribe: unsure, possibly middlebelt] • Union Bank of Nigeria---CEO: unknown. It Is a UK owned company despite the chairman is igbo [Udo udoma] • Stanbic IBTC---CEO: Atedo Peterside [ijaw] • First City Monument Bank--- CEO: Ladi Balogun [yoruba] • Lafarge Cement WAPCO-- non nigerian owned company. CEO/founder: Leonard Palance [ white] • Total Nigeria: Non nigerian owned company. CEO: Elizabeth protrust [ white] • Unilever Nigeria: non nigerian owned CEO/founder: Paul Polman [white] • PZ Cussions. non nigerian owned company CEO: George Zimmorosi [ white] • UACN--CEO-Larry Ettah [igbo] • Cadbury Nigeria Plc---CEO: Udiemio itseuli [edo]
You do realize you ended up just proving what all have been saying accurate.
While we are at it, here is an updated 30 richest Nigerians in 2015
30. Vincent Amaechi Obianodo – Young Shall Grow Motors, RockView Hotels (Transportation, hotels)
Funny enough there are still more Igbo on the list than yoloba.
A word of advice, if you want to disprove something, actually try and brings things that supports you, not discredit you and support your opponent. You ended up just making a complete fool of yourself yet again.
Everything else you wrote, the above post discredits it all therefore trash.
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You will soon find out the truth. I never denied the presence of corruption in the previous government but single it out as the most corrupt may not be truthful except an objective probe is done on all previous administrations and findings made public. I tell you if that happens Nigerians maybe shocked at the level of impunity that have been committed including by the so called change agents. Let pray for a better Nigeria
All previous administrations of this new democratic dispensation have been PDP. Buhari's government doesn't have the luxury of time to probe each one individually, but it's inevitable for him to probe his immediate predecessor PDP government, which just so happens to be Jonathan's administration. We all know Nigeria has had thieving leaders in various past governments (inclusive of the military era), but this past administration took "thieving" to a whole new level of wanton profligacy that even the certifiable thieves in government circles publicly accorded themselves sainthood in relative terms. Every Tom, Dick and Harry stole under Jonathan's government without consequences. Now, the time of reckoning for PDP has come and some retrogressive delusional fellows are chanting 'witch-hunting'.
Last week, reports filtered in that the Ooni reportedly passed on. The Ile-Ife Royal Traditional Council made up of the chiefs has since dismissed the reports as untrue. They had also met with the Osun State governor Gov. Rauf Aregbesola to brief him that the Ooni of Ife is hale and hearty.
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Just last night, the Oro festival started in the ancient Ile-Ife town, a move that is expected to precede the formal announcement of the alleged demise of the Ooni of Ife. This traditional rite which begun on Friday(31st July 2015) night is expected to last for 7 days, and during this festival period which is from dusk to dawn, all females are not allowed to come out in the town until the festival is over.
I just don't think baba sabi this people well, while every good nigeria want them to be defeated this year, the bad news is that it is practically impossible. It will take not less than ten yrs to defeat them.