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Job: Nigeria, Britain partner to combat unemployment

The Nigerian government has expressed its willingness to partner with the British Government in tackling unemployment and creating job opportunities for young persons in the country. The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Dr Festus Keyamo, with the Political Counsellor, British High Commission, Mr Dominic Williams. PHOTO: NAN The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Dr Festus Keyamo, stated this when the Political Counsellor, British High Commission, Mr Dominic Williams, paid him a courtesy visit in Abuja. “We are ready to collaborate with our partners all over the world to open up avenues for job creation. We are open to all kinds of suggestions and levels of co-operation,” he said. He disclosed that the Government has opened up other sectors as part of efforts to diversify the economy from oil, which would, in turn, create room for employment. According to him, part of the efforts of Government to diversify the economy and boost job creation include empowering peopl…

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Patoranking – Confirm (Audio) ft. Davido

New Jam from Patoranking and Davido, this song is called Confirmed. This is Patoranking’s newest song for the year 2019 and it’s a hit already.  It’s radio worthy, it’t Television worthy and it is party worthy.
Producer:  Tatenda Terence Kamera Mixed by: Malcolm Tãriq’ Smith Mastered by:  Glenn Schick Please leave comment on this song on 247banger

We‘re ready to meet Atiku in court — Oshiomhole

•Says Atiku not destined to be President
•We no longer take Oshiomhole serious — PDP
•Don’t provoke polls losers to anger — SGF, BOSS MUSTAPHA
BUJA — THE ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, whose candidate, President Muhammadu Buhari was declared re-elected by INEC earlier in the week has said that it is ready to meet the opposition candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in court whenever he makes good his threat to challenge the outcome of the presidential election in court. The All Progressives Congress, APC, National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Lanre Issa- Onilu; National Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole and National Treasurer, APC, Mr. Adamu Panda, during  the party’s press briefing in reaction to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, rejection of the just concluded presidential election in Abuja. Photo: Gbemiga Olamikan. At a news conference in Abuja yesterday, National Chairman of the APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, said: “You cannot possibly deny anyone the right to dispute the outcome of an ele…

Shocking: Die-hard Buhari Supporter Bleeds After Carving APC Into The Skin On His Back (Photo)

In what will come across as a really strange development, a die-hard supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari has carved the words "APC" into his back. The man proceeded to proudly show off his back which was bleeding after he cut the letters APC into his skin and posed for a snapshot. Local reports show that the unnamed young man carved the words into his skin after the APC candidate, Buhari was re-elected following the 2019 general elections. It is not clear where exactly the incident took place.

From PMB to GMB

(Photo by Audu MARTE / AFP) At last we witnessed it: the 2019 presidential election which has been “won” and lost,” and which shall give rise and further rise to the problem of ethnic conflict in our country. We voted last Saturday, February 23, 2019 historically speaking, but “factually” speaking what will induce the looming katakata began on Saturday, February 16, when INEC wilfully jettisoned the wish of the electorate by scabiously, scabrously and scabbily shifting the voting day in headstrong or obstinate disobedience to the popular will. Of course, any casual follower or reader of our country’s strategic manoeuvres in every negative bend would not fail to notice that INEC was conjured to do what the commission’s chairman was conjured up to do and obey. What I should say, in other words, or by way of putting it differently, is that anyone who suffers from physical or spiritual or prophetic aniseikonia would not notice or see properly the impetus of the immensity that propelled t…

Woman drags father to court for rejecting her fiance

A25 years old woman, Rose Bulus, yesterday, dragged her father, Josiah, to a Shari’a Court sitting in Magajin Gari, Kaduna State for refusing to allow her to marry a man she loves. The complainant, who lives in Kaduna Central Area,  told the court that she converted to Islam, to marry the man she loves, but her father refused.
“I want the court to compel my father to allow me to marry the man I love and if he refuses, the court should do the needful,” she prayed. Josiah, the father of the complainant told the court that he was not aware of his daughter’s relationship with any man and was surprised to see a court summons. Josiah said: “The supposed suitor has never visited me to ask for the hand of my daughter in marriage,” he said. The judge, Malam Dahiru Lawal after listening to both parties said: “Even though marriage is a union between a man and a woman, parents’ consent is equally needed before the union takes place.” He ordered the suitor and his people to appear in the court, be…

My #Nigeria decides 2019 diary

INEC officials accrediting voters during previous election Dateline: Friday, February 15, 9pm, Abuja, Area 3 Shopping Plaza. I dash off to the petrol station to fill up my tank for the assignment of the much awaited presidential election of February 16.
On my way home, I get a call from my dear wife reminding me about buying stuff she needs to make small chops, which I had elected to share with my fellow voters, irrespective of which side of the divide they may stand, on the D-Day. I make a detour for Area 3 Shopping Plaza to purchase the items including bread, butter, sausage, sardine, eggs and fruits, among others. My phone rings and I get a tip off (I am a journalist on sabbatical and my sources are still active and not lifeless) about the prospects of postponing the FailBuhari elections. Hell no, I mutter to myself, can’t return what is already paid for. Moreover there is no way to confirm if indeed the elections will be postponed. I return home to drop my shopping. And on learnin…

Woman With No Arms And Knees Finds Love | BORN DIFFERENT

Jlissa Austin is 3 foot 4 inches and she was born with no arms. She found love and she said that she was bullied when she was little but then people grown to love her.  She found love with a man that she’s been with for 13 years. She said she can brush her teeth alone and she can feed with her feet. Note: JLisa was born with no arms and she is short, 3 foot 4, her fiancé is 5 foot 6 inches.  He would fed her food and help her with her daily activities. “A 3’4” WOMAN who was born with no arms, knees and only seven toes, says she has achieved her greatest success in life – by finding the man of her dreams. 30 years ago, Jlissa Austin, arrived into the world with doctors predicting that she would never learn to walk or lead a normal life. To this day, Jlissa is unsure of what caused her abnormalities – but she has never let such things stop her in her tracks, learning to use her feet when conducting everyday tasks like brushing her teeth and texting on her phone. Aside from the obvious …

Only fools die for politicians

A chapter in my new book, “Nigeria: Why Looting May Not Stop,” is entitled, ‘Dying For Looters.’ It happens all the time! The rescheduled presidential and national assembly elections are here with us. One very sad, painful truth is that there are some fellows who call themselves “party supporters” who may not live to see the end of the voting exercise tomorrow or hear the results declared. There are some others too who may die the day the results would be announced because they would eagerly indulge in some violent activities on behalf of some politicians defeated in the elections. But these are clearly avoidable deaths which will only happen if people refuse to learn from the past foolish mistakes of others, and so fail to place appropriate value on their lives. In this case, it is a choice, either to live or to die. Many politicians who are out there threatening to unleash fire and thunder during these elections have carefully removed their families very far from the battlegrounds t…

Breaking: INEC declares Buhari winner of 2019 presidential election

Following the collation of results of the 23 February election the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate and incumbent president, Muhammadu Buhari as the winner of the 2019 Presidential election on Wednesday.
Buhari Buhari defeated the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar and other presidential candidates with over 15,191,847 votes, winning in 19 of the states. How Buhari fared, state by state: Osun State Total No: Reg Voters: 1,674,729
Total No: of Accredited: 732,984
Total Votes Cast: 731,882
Total Valid Votes: 714,682
Rejected Votes: 17200 AAC: 1,022
ADC: 1,525
ADP: 9,057
APC: 347,634
PDP: 337,377
SDP: 259 Winner:Muhammadu Buhari Ekiti State Total No: Reg Voters: 899,919
Total No: of Accredited: 395,741
Total Votes Cast: 393,709
Total Valid Votes: 381,132
Rejected Votes: 12,577 AAC: 400
ADC: 406
ADP: 126
APC: 219,231
PDP: 154,032
SDP: 48 Winner:Muhammadu Buhari FCT Abuja Total No: Re…

60-year-old man allegedly hangs self in Ekiti

An old man, Mr Daniel Sakpe, has hanged himself in the Omobayi area of Itapaji in Ikole Local Government Area of Ekiti State. This has thrown the community into confusion. DAILY POST learnt that Sakpe, a father of five, left his wife around 12 midnight on Monday, with the excuse that he wanted to go to the toilet to ease himself. He had stayed away for quite a while without return. His worried wife then called out severally but didn’t get an answer. That led her to raise the alarm and woke up one of their children, identified as Rebecca Sakpe, who went looking for her father. Deborah, it was further gathered, found her father’s body hanging on a rope inside the house after flashing the touchlight towards the ceiling. Neighbours who expressed shock at the tragic development said the deceased was not moody and did not give any like he would commit suicide as :” he had been part of those who conducted the church services in high spirit on Sunday “, they said. When called to confirm the …

PDP vs APC: Buhari’s aide rejects election result

The Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Justice Reform, Mrs Juliet Ibekaku, who is the APC candidate for the Enugu West Senatorial District, has rejected the result of Saturday’s election for the zone. “I reject the result announced by Enugu State Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in its entirety and will contest it,’’ Ibekaku told a news conference on Tuesday in Enugu. “I call on well meaning Enugu people that have evidence that will assist us to please do so.’’ She alleged that Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections in Enugu State were fraught with irregularities and outright hijacking of ballot boxes and ballot papers. Ibekaku said that apart from the non-usage of smart card readers, there was indiscriminate thumb printing of ballot papers by individual who disguised as INEC officials, adding that there was also vote buying. She, however, assured her supporters in the zone that their votes would count. Ibekaku said she had joined the st…

Curvy Actress, Mensah Reveals What Happened The Day She Had S*x In A Plane

Ella Mensah, a beautiful, bold and daring Ghanaian actress, has been described as very controversial before.! In her recent confession to Inside Nollywood, Ella Mensah revealed that she had had s*x in the weirdest of places. Hear her: “I once had sex in a plane. It was the most uncomfortable thing I have ever done. But at the same time, it was so much fun.” Recalling her unforgettable moments as a screen star, Mensah recounted an encounter she had with armed robbers in Lagos and the promising relationships she lost to save her career. “In 2018, I almost lost my life. Armed robbers attacked me on my way home from a movie location in Lagos. It was scary! But I’m grateful to God for saving my life and for blessing me afterwards,” she volunteered. Continuing, Mensah said: “Another unforgettable experience was when I lost two relationships because of acting. Both men had problems with me playing some roles and eventually asked me to quit acting, which I refused. One even asked me to choose…

National Assembly Adjourns Plenary Till After Governorship Elections

National Assembly Complex (file)The National Assembly has adjourned sitting till March 12, 2019, after the governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections are held. Both chambers on Tuesday were unable to form a quorum as not more than 10 lawmakers were available for plenary. Senate President, Bukola Saraki presided over plenary at the Senate while the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, presided at the lower chamber. READ ALSOUba Sani Defeats Shehu Sani To Win Kaduna Central Seat The National Assembly was scheduled to resume sitting on February 19, 2019, but postponed by a week, following the postponement of the Presidential and National Assembly elections which was initially scheduled for the February 16th.

Wow Lady twerking with her breast – Video

This is a video of a lady in her sexy top and bottom. She was twerking with her nice boobs in the pool and she even used her forearm to punch her boobs up and side to side.
She started off wearing a black transparent top and a yellow bikini bottom. She then changed to all Yellow over Yellow two piece swim wears.
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Why journalists must be promoted

Finalists and judges during the 2014 edition of the CNN/MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year competition • Sustainability argument weak for resting CNN/MultiChoice Journalist of the Year Awards
After 20 years of rewarding excellence in journalism across Africa, one of the most prestigious events that celebrate outstanding journalists on the continent came to an abrupt end in 2016. The CNN/MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year competition held its 21st awards in Johannesburg, South Africa, in October 2016. That edition turned out to be the last as the organisers later announced they were pulling the plug on a competition, which had had a profound effect on the African media landscape since its establishment in August 1995. “CNN and MultiChoice are proud to have run the CNN/MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year Awards for 20 years, and in that time met and supported many inspiring and young journalists who have since grown and developed their careers,” the organisers wrot…