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When mediocrity becomes the accepted norm, excellence dies a painful death.

The need to be the best or to do exceptionally well which is excellence is what really spurs one to do better and become better in all things. Attaining the best doesn’t always come easy. It takes alot of hardwork and consistency. It takes doggedness and a never relenting spirit. Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown, they say.

Over time, this exceptional attitude of people have made them become people others look up to. We then began to have people who could be emulated probably because of how they did things or because of their achievements, and mentorship was birthed. This act has allowed for continuous achievement of people from generation to generation.


But, what then happens when the people who are supposed to be looked up to don’t live up to their expectation? What becomes the fate and the future of the coming generation when there is no one to put them through and help them prevent avoidable mistakes? How do we survive when the supposed mentors are not worth emulating? What do we do when people shack in their responsibilities out of non-chalance and ignorance?

The ‘let my people go’ and let’s just accept it like that’ attitude has robbed us all of the best and potentials. I remember buying an undone toast (for my belle) from an eatery. I ate it like that and I didn’t feel okay for the rest of the day which cost me missing classes.

Only but a few give attention to details and do the best. Our actions today definitely affect the future… In all these let individual seat up and take charge of his actions because there is someone somewhere who is looking up to you, to be like you, so don’t mislead them and give meaning to every details of your actions. 


Sen. Elisha Abbo caught on CCTV slapping a lady in Adult shop

Nigerian Senator caught on camera assaulting a woman in an adult store.

Senator Elisha Abbo representing Adamawa north senatorial district was caught on camera brutally slapping a lady in an adult toy store in Abuja.

The lady however, was said to be a nursing mother.

The Senator, when called in a phone conversation said they lady was her sister and the issue happened long time ago before he became a senator.

The Senate has also suspend the senator from the house and the Police has also been ordered to put him in custody.

Senator Elisha Abbo has further remorsefully tender his apology to the public for such act.



Timi Dakolo releases his wedding video with Busola Dakolo

Timi Dakolo says he didn’t Wed in COZA nor a member

In order to clear the air more,  Timi Dakolo has posted on his instagram page, his wedding video with Busola Dakolo at a different church (Not COZA). He also reveal the name of the pastor that joined them together as Pastor Seyi Fadipe.

See the video below :



RAPE: Busola Dakolo tells her story of how Biodun Fatoyinbo raped her

Busola Dakolo rape story with Biodun Fatoyinbo

Busola Dakolo, wife to Timi Dakolo (Singer) has taken a bold step to come out of the dark and share her story with the COZA pastor.

However, many people have also come out with different allegations against her that the story is not authentic enough while others believed the story has said.

The Commonwealth Of Zion Assembly  (COZA) pastor has also stepped down from the church leadership due to the on going saga.

Many investigations are on to know the real truth about this.

Watch the story here:


Buhari signs June 12 bill

June 12 is now democracy day and public holiday in Nigeria.

President Buhari has finally signed the June 12 bill.

The bill is an amendment of the 1999 constitution which makes May 29 as the official democracy day.


Buhari has therefore signed June 12 as the new democracy day and a public holiday, which will first be observe tomorrow.

However, May 29 will be government handling over day.


Senator Ahmad Lawan wins 9th Senate President seat.

Senator Ahmad Lawan wins Senate President seat

Senator Ahmad Lawan has been elected Senate President of the 9th Senate.

The total number of the senator-elect who voted were 107 and Senator Ahmad Lawan polled a total of 79 votes ahead of Senator Ali Ndume who only polled 28 votes.


Graduate Customer Service Executives recruitment at Nigerian Stock Exchange

Customer Service Executive recruitment at Nigerian stock exchange

The Nigerian Stock Exchange, services the largest economy in Africa, and is championing the development of Africa’s financial markets. The Exchange offers listing and trading services, licensing services, market data solutions, ancillary technology services, and more. It is an open, professional and vibrant exchange, connecting Nigeria, Africa and the world.

Job Title: Customer Service Executive
: Lagos
Report to: Head, Administration Department
Grade: Executive Assistant – Assistant Officer
Department: Administration Department
Division: Shared Services Division
Estimated Date of Resumption: Monday, July 15th, 2019

Job Summary

  • The Customer Service Executive is responsible for providing secretarial, clerical and administrative support and handling front office function and administration duties, attending to guests, answering phones, handling company inquiries, and sorting and receiving mail.
  • Operates multi-line telephone system to answer incoming calls; directs callers to appropriate employee.

Key Responsibilities

  • Answering incoming calls and directing those calls to the proper parties. Calls are answered in three rings or less. Having Conflict resolution skill and not joining issues with customers; patience is very essential in customer service
  • Research and identify the appropriate business units or persons for callers when it is not obvious from a provided list
  • Analyze data to determine answers to questions from customers or members of the public
  • Having good record of Incoming and Outgoing Visitors
  • Identify telephone system problems and immediately alert the proper personnel
  • Security conscious at all time, Maintains safe and clean lobby area
  • Assist in mailroom operations and delivery of mail, updating address lists, and making cost effective decisions concerning packing, shipping and postage, distributes all incoming mails, including inter-office mails, and/or packages in accordance to Mail Services procedures
  • Support in the area of visa and passport arrangement, travel logistics, hotel reservations for staff and The Exchange’s guests and other Protocol and Logistics functions as my be assigned by the Head of the Department. Executive Assistant Cover for ExCo
  • Assist in providing high level administrative support to the executive and manage complex, ever-changing calendar
  • Assess the urgency and importance of situations and take appropriate action to determine the necessary level of senior management involvement
  • Support the planning, organizing and preparing for complex meetings including: communicating meeting details to stakeholders, arranging meeting venue and required equipment, compose and/or work with others stakeholders to prepare agenda, ensure relevant materials are ready for meetings and/or review, providing day-of-event support, etc
  • Provide non-confidential information about The Exchange, such as location of departments or offices, employees within the organization, or services provided as required to guest/visitors
  • Research, obtain and analyze gathered information to resolve problems
  • Responsible for risk and compliance management in areas of assigned functions
  • Perform other related duties as requested by the Head – Administration Department or Divisional Head.
  • Operate telephone switchboard to answer, screen, or forward calls, providing information, taking messages, or scheduling appointments
  • Greets customers, Brokers, vendors, employees from other Units and other visitors with high degree of professionalism and courtesy
  • Directing customers/visitors appropriately, anticipate customer needs and given necessary response. Ensuring effective communication, to elicit satisfaction of Customers
  • Operates multiple-call telephone switchboard console and routes calls to the appropriate person or location within the office and branches. Exercises discretion and interpretive judgment in frequent and sometimes stressful contacts with callers

Qualifications and Experience

  • Minimum BSc /HND required in any field
  • 1-2 years relevant experience
  • Computer skills including the ability to spreadsheet and word-processing programs at a basic proficient level.

Functional Competencies:

  • Analytical Thinking
  • People Management
  • Office Administration
  • Protocol & Logistics Support

Behavioural Competencies:

  • Decision Making
  • Planning and Organizing.
  • Accountability
  • Adaptability
  • Attention to Detail
  • Customer Service

Interested and qualified candidates should Click here to Apply

Application deadline date: 7th June, 2019.

Supreme Court void APC candidates votes in Zamfara.

All votes for APC candidates in Zamfara during the general election is wasted.

The Supreme Court has void the elections of all the candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Zamfara State during the 2019 general elections.
The five-member panel of justices, in a unanimous judgment on Friday, held that the party in the state failed to conduct primaries in accordance with the party rules.
The Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad, declared the first runners-up in the 2019 general elections in the state as the winners of all the posts earlier declared to have been won by the APC and their candidates.

Federal Government promise to create over 4millions jobs through Oil Palm

FG will create more than four million jobs through oil palm production in the country.

The Federal Government says it will create more than four million jobs through oil palm production in the country.
Sunday Akpan, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, said this in a statement signed by Sorinolu Olayinka, Senior Information Officer in the ministry, in Abuja on Wednesday.
Akpan, who was represented by the Director, Department of Commodity Produce and Inspectorate, Omololu Ope-Ewe, said this during the presentation of the draft Oil Palm Policy document value chain.
He said the Federal Government was working toward ensuring the repositioning of the Oil Palm sector for optimal contribution in terms of job creation and revenue sources for both government and the private sector.
Akpan said oil palm, which once played a predominant role in the Gross Domestic Product of the country, depended on imported ones to augment local production.
He said the local production was just about one per cent GDP, unlike the contribution of 70 per cent GDP in the past.
Akpan said there is potential in the sector with the propensity to sufficiently and conveniently place the country as a major oil palm producer and exporter “as against what is obtainable in the crude oil sector.
“The essence of the national oil palm policy is to guide, regulate, protect and support both public and private investment in the sector.”
He charged stakeholders to put aside personal and organisational interest and consider the draft policy document bearing in mind the impact it would create on the economy.
Akpan said with the policy in place, the country would have a national document that would protect the sector, while due diligence would be done to stimulate investment for higher productivity.
He assured all stakeholders of government’s support for a robust oil palm industry that would be of immense benefit for all, which, upon completion, the document would be forwarded to the Federal Executive Council for approval.
Earlier, in her presentation of the draft policy document, Funmi Ilamah of the Management Strategy Advisory Limited, said the policy document was very important to the producers of the crude palm oil.
Ilamah said the policy remained a fundamental step toward strengthening and supporting the development of agriculture in Nigeria as presently introduced by the current administration and the private sector.
She said the final National Policy Document on Palm Oil value chain in Nigeria would allow producers to complete globally in the international market.
According to her, the policy will increase the sources of revenue to government at state and federal levels and boost job creation in the country.



Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa steps down from panel

Justice Bulkachuwa disqualified herself from presiding over petitions challenging 2019 Presidential election

The president of the Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa, on Wednesday, disqualified herself from presiding over petitions challenging the outcome of the February 23 presidential election.

Her withdrawal followed a motion the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and its presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, filed to challenge her decision preside over the five-member panel tribunal that is hearing petitions seeking to invalidate the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari.

PDP and Atiku had insisted that Justice Bulkachuwa’s involvement in the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal was prejudicial to its case against Buhari, since her husband and son, are card-carrying members of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, which it cited as the 3rd Respondent in the petition.

Meanwhile, at the resumed proceeding on the matter on Wednesday, Justice Bulkachuwa, after over six hours stand-down, finally announced her decision to step-aside from the case.

She took the decision shortly after four other members of the panel, in a lead ruling that was delivered by Justice Peter Ige, held that the PDP and Atiku, failed to establish that she had in any way, exhibited any form of bias in the proceeding.

Justice Ige noted that the main crux of the petitioners allegation was not that Justice Bulkachuwa had not been objective in the case, but only that there was tendency that she would biased against them in view of her family tie with her husband and son who happened to be members of the APC.

He held that the petitioners failed to prove that the panel was constituted in a way that its independence could not be guaranteed.

Justice Ige further held that the petitioners drew wrong inference from a speech Justice Bulkachuwa delivered at the inaugural sitting of the tribunal on May 8.

“I am of the firm view that enough material have not been placed before this court to show that the presiding Justice is likely to be biased in the hearing of the petition”, Justice Ige held, saying four exhibits the PDP adduced before the tribunal was not weighty enough to input any likelihood of bias”.

He held that neither Justice Bulkachuwa’s husband nor his son were parties to the petition, adding that the essence of constituting a five-man panel to hear the case was to guarantee fairness and justice, notwithstanding the fact that the law permitted at least three Justices to entertain the case.

“I am of the view that the petitioners have not been able to particularly establish the need for the presiding Justice to recuse herself from further participation.

“Consequently, the petitioners’ application fails and is hereby dismissed. There will be no order as to cost”, Justice Ige held.

Other members of the panel that concurred with the ruling were Justices Abdul Aboki, Samuel Oseji andJoseph Ikyeghn.

Meanwhile, shortly after the lead ruling, Justice Bulkachuwa, said she was minded to hands-off the case on personal grounds.

She said: “For personal reason I will be recusing myself now. I insisted that the matter be tried fully so that next time, another female judge will not face what I faced.

“I am withdrawing. A new chairman will be appointed in due course. Meanwhile, the four member panel will be continuing with hearing of any pending application”.

However, the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre, CISLAC, and Women In Nigeria, WIN, promptly condemned President Bulkachuwa’s withdrawal, insisting that the allegation against her was anchored on “baseless political reason and unjustified ground”.

CISLAC and WIN, in a statement, said they were seriously concerned about the continued marginalization, unchecked discrimination and abuse of women despite existence of the ratified protocol, National Gender Policy, Violence Against Women Prohibition Act, Gender and Affirmative Action and Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria which guarantee comprehensive rights to women, including the right to adequately engage in the political process, socio-economic space, health, justice system in both public and private spheres.

The development came on a day President Buhari told the tribunal that he was not aware that biological son of the President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa, Aliyu Haidar Abubakar, campaigned for his re-election.

Buhari, said he only got to know that Abubakar was his supporter, after he read a copy of the motion the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and its presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, filed to disqualify Justice Bulkachuwa from presiding over the five-man panel tribunal that is hearing petitions challenging the declaration that he won the February 23 presidential election.

President Buhari, who is the 2nd Respondent in Atiku’s petition marked
CA/PEPT/02/19, said his attention was further drawn to exhibits that contained newspaper cuttings, indicating that Justice Bulkachuwa’s son canvassed for votes in his favour.

Nevertheless, in a written address he filed in support of an 11-paragraphed affidavit he lodged to counter Atiku’s motion, President Buhari, insisted that the petitioners, failed to prove that Justice Bulkachuwa had in any way, exhibited any form of bias against them, since the petition was entered before the tribunal.

The counter affidavit was deposed to by one Kolawole Andrew Aro, a litigation officer in the chambers of President Buhari’s lead counsel, Chief Wole Olanipekun, SAN.

In the written address, President Buhari, who was represented at the tribunal on Wednesday by a team of lawyers led by seven Senior Advocates of Nigeria, SANs, said he had since his emergence to power, refrained from dabbling into the membership of any judicial panel.

He said he never interfered with the constitution of any tribunal, “whether the panel is adjudicating on election petitions relating to the office of President, Governor, National or State Assembly, or sitting in any civil or criminal matter howsoever”.

President Buhari said he had no power whatsoever to decide those to be appointed into any judicial panel or tribunal, stressing that such interference would amount to a gross abuse of the principle of separation of powers.

He said he was aware that Justice Bulkachuwa had at the inaugural sitting of the presidential election petition tribunal on May 8, assured all the parties that in dealing with the petitions, the court, would be guided by the constitution, the law and international best practices.

Consequently, he maintained that Atiku and the PDP, had no reason whatsoever to be apprehensive about the involvement of the Court of Appeal President in the adjudication of their dispute with regards to the outcome of the 2019 presidential election.

He said: “Having said that, and bearing in mind the sole issue distilled for determination by the respondent supra, it is the Respondent’s humble submission that whether or not the honourable President of the Court of Appeal should recuse herself from further sitting or participating in the proceedings in this petition and be replaced by another justice of this honourable court to sit in his place to hear and determine petition, as prayed by the petitioners, is within the prerogative and discretion of the honourable President of the Court of Appeal.

“What is to be taken into consideration in coming to one decision or the other in respect of the application is also within the exclusive discretion of the honourable President.

“This is not a decision that can be dictated to her by either the petitioners or respondent or any of their counsel.

“When it comes to matter of discretion, the judge or justice involved is the sole determinant.

“The honourable President of the Court of Appeal had not displayed any bias in favour of any or the parties, particularly the Respondent.

“For the respondent, it has no reason whatsoever to complain about any of the justices sitting on the panel or any Justices of Court of Appeal for that matter.

“It is not the constitutional responsibility of the Respondent to appoint or nominate Justices of the Court of Appeal sitting or adjudicating on a presidential election petition.

“We submit that the Respondent has no say, in whatsoever manner, in the appointment or Justices who are adjudicating on the present presidential election petition.

“As the Chief Executive of Nigeria, the Respondent respects the doctrine of separation of powers and does not dabble into the membership of any judicial panel, whether the panel is adjudicating on election petitions relating to the office of President, Governor, National or State Assembly, or sitting in any civil or criminal matter howsoever.

“The Respondent was not at any time privy to the said exhibits, he only became aware of them on being served with the Petitioners’ present application”.

“May we submit that from the totality of the Petitioners’ processes, we notice that the Petitioners do not deny the truism as provided by the constitution, regarding the prerogative of the President of the Court of Appeal, to constitute this panel.

“In other words, it is still within the constitutional prerogative of the same President to either decided whether to recuse herself and if he does, to nominate or appoint a replacement or to leave the panel of four, having regard to the clear provision of section 239(1) (a) of the Constitution”, President Buhari added.

On its part, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, which is the 1st Respondent in the matter, through its team of lawyers comprising five SANs led by Mr. Yunuz Uztaz, urged the tribunal to dismiss Atiku and PDP’s motion, contending that it was in breach of section 42 of the 1999 Constitution, as amended.

INEC, argued that the motion was discriminatory in the sense that it sought to disqualify Justice Bulkachuwa on the basis that she was married to a politician.

Noting that many male judicial officers are equally married to politicians, INEC, maintained that granting the instant application would set ” a very dangerous precedent”.

“My lord we vehemently oppose the application. And we have filed a five-paragraphed affidavit to show that exhbit 2 to 4 that was attached my the petitioners, is of no moment.

“We urge your lordship not to be lured into accepting or succumbing to the argument of the petitioners. We humbly urge your lordship to dismiss the application”, INEC’s lawyer added.

Similarly, the All Progressives Congress, APC, through its team of nine SANs, led by Prince Lateef Fagbemi, accused the PDP and Atiku of engaging in “cheap blackmail”.

While adopting its 15-paragraphed affidavit, the APC, said it was appalled that PDP was in the habit of engaging in “unpardonable and regrettable attacks” on Judges, saying it did so during a governorship election petition case that involved Osun State.

“This application is nothing but cheap blackmail. On facts and law, the application is most unmeritorious”, Fagbemi argued.

Nevertheless, noting that Justice Bulkachuwa will retire by next year, Fagbemi, while concluding his argument, said, “My lord, we urge you to leave the matter”.

Meanwhile, replying on point of law, counsel to the petitioners, Dr. Uzuokwu, SAN, argued that none of the Respondents disputed the allegation that Justice Bulkachuwa was connected to key members of the APC which is the 3rd Respondent in the matter.

After it had heard all the parties, the panel said it would reconvene by 2pm to deliver its ruling, but did not resume until around 5:30pm.

It will be recalled that PDP and Atiku had on May 15, secured leave of the tribunal to filed a formal application to ask Justice Bulkachuwa to recuse herself from the panel.

In a 19-paragraphed affidavit to subsequently filed, the petitioners, said they were not comfortable that Justice Bulkachuwa, who they described as “a wife and mother of card carrying members of the All Progressives Congress”, nominated herself to head the panel.

The petitioners argued that there are over 80 Justices in the Court of Appeal that could effectively head the panel.

PDP noted that Justice Bulkachuwa had at the inaugural session of the tribunal, while delivering her inaugural speech, stated as follows:

“Elections are held in Nigeria every four years into elective positions. No matter how well the election is conducted there are bound to be complaints…”

According to the petitioners, by making that remark, it would appear that Justice Bulkachuwa had already prejudged the Presidential election as well conducted and that the petition is one of the complaints that come up “no matter how well the election is conducted”.

More so, in the affidavit that was deposed to by its Deputy National Secretary, Mr. Agbo, the petitioners averred: “I know that Honourable Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa (PCA) who currently presides over the Panel baring the Petitioners/Applicants’ Petition is the spouse of Honourable Adamu Muhammed Bulkachuwa, a stakeholder in the 3rd Respondent.

“Honourable Adamu Muhammed Bulkachuwa, the husband of Honourable Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa is a Senator-elect sponsored by the All Progressives Congress (APC), the 3rd Respondent in the extant Petition, for Bauchi North Senatorial District, Bauchi State.

“The election challenged in the Petition, that is the subject matter of this application held simultaneously in Bauchi North Senatorial District with the election of Honourable Adamu Muhammed Bulkachuwa, both on the platform of the 3rs Respondent.

“I know that in the said Petition, Bauchi State is one of the focal States in which the Petitioners/Applicants have alleged that electoral infractions occurred.

“Honourable Adamu Muhammed Bulkachuwa is not only a card carrying member of the 3rd Respondent and a Senator-elect under the sponsorship of the 3rd Respondent, he is also a staunch member and prominent stakeholder in

the 3rd Respondent and has a stake in the election of the 2nd Respondent as President, having extensively campaigned for the 2nd Respondent.

“I know that as a spouse of Honourable Adamu Muhammed Bulkachuwa, the Honourable Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa is so closely related to Honourable Adamu Muhammed Bulkachuwa that she cannot fairly hear and determine the instant Petition without eliciting the suspicion and anxiety of all right thinking persons, including myself.

“The Court of Appeal has more than eighty (80) Justices who are able and competent to participate in the hearing and determination of the extant Petition in the absence of Honourable Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa (PCA).

“I also know that her biological son, Aliyu Haidar Abubakar is a card carrying member of the 3rd Respondent and he contested the gubernatorial primary election of the 3rd Respondent in the just concluded general election in Gombe State.

“Attached hereto and marked Exhibit 2 is a printout made today from the Facebook page named Aliyu Haidar Abubakar Volunteer Group containing his campaign posters, photographs and various posts showing his campaign messages for himself and the 2nd Respondent, both of whom contested on the platform of the 3rd Respondent.

“I also attach hereto and marked Exhibit 3 a print out of a Daily Post online news publication in which Aliyu Haidar Abubakar was prominently featured as the son of Honourable Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa and who contested the governorship primaries of Gombe State on the platform ofthe 3rd Respondent. (Sechttps://dailypost.ng/2018/09/16/gombe-2019-justicebulkachuwas-son-joins-race-succeed-dankwambo/ampl)

“On 27th October 20 l 8, the Daily Post online news also published reports that the 3rd Respondent had given its Senatorial ticket to Honourable Adamu Muhammad Bulkachuwa to curry favour with his wife, Honourable Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa, whose court would handle election petition cases arising from primary elections.

“Attached hereto and marked Exhibit 4 is a print out of the said publication. (Seehttpszl/dailypostmg/ZOI8/]0/27/apcbauchi-stalwarts-claim-oshiomhole-gave-tuggars-ticket-appeal-courtpresidents-husband-bulkachuwa-documents/)

“I was present at the inaugural sitting of the Panel on 8/5/20l9 when the Honourable Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa (PCA) as the Presiding Justice, made the following statements;

“Elections are held in Nigeria every four years Into elective positions. No matter how well the election is conducted there are bound to be complaints…”

“Justice demands that Judges who will sit in the Panel of Tribunal be divested from all forms of bias.”

“I was in the Court of Appeal, Abuja, on 15/5/2019 and when the Court sat and the Honourable Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa (PCA) led a Panel of five (5) Justices to hear the Petition.

“On that day, shortly after the matter was called, the Lead Counsel for the Petitioners/Applicants applied that Lead Counsel for all Parties be allowed to meet with the Justices in Chambers, to discuss an issue, which application was granted.

“When their Lordships and Counsel came out of chambers, the Presiding Justice addressed the Counsel and stated that he had earlier received a letter from the 2nd Petitioner/Applicant asking that he recuse himself from this Petition.

“His Lordship, Honourable Justice Bulkachuwa also said the Petitioners’ Counsel had, in chambers, made a similar application but that since the matter was already in the public domain, the Justices had decided that the application be made in open court.

“His Lordship, Hon. Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa then invited the Petitioners’ Lead Counsel to make an oral application for her to recuse herself.

“However, the Lead Counsel to the Petitioners/Applicants applied to the Honourable Court that the Petitioners/Applicants be allowed to file a formal application, which application the Court granted.

“I make this oath conscientiously believing the contents to be true and correct and in accordance with the Oaths Act”, it read.

Both PDP and Atiku are challenging the declaration the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, made on February 27 that President Buhari garnered a total of 15,191,847 votes to defeat Atiku who it said polled a total of 11,262,978 votes in the disputed presidential election.

Dissatisfied with the result, Atiku had vowed to upturn it in court.

In their joint petition, Atiku and his party, insisted that data they secured from INEC’s server, revealed that they clearly defeated President Buhari with over 1.6million votes.

The petitioners alleged that INEC had at various stages of the presidential election, unlawful allocated votes to President Buhari, saying they would adduce oral and documentary evidence to show that result of the election as announced by the electoral body, did not represent the lawful valid votes cast

Atiku alleged that in some states, INEC, deducted lawful votes that accrued to him, in its bid to ensure that Buhari was returned back to office.

The petitioners said they would call evidence of statisticians, forensic examiners and finger-print experts at the hearing of the petition to establish that the scores credited to Buhari were not the product of actual votes validly cast at the polling units.

Likewise, in one of the five grounds of the petition, Atiku and the PDP maintained that Buhari was not qualified to run for the office of the President, contending that he does not possess the constitutional minimum qualification of a school certificate.

Aside asking the Tribunal to declare that he was duly and validly elected and ought to be returned as President of Nigeria, having polled the highest number of lawful votes cast at the presidential election, Atiku, in the alternative, urged the tribunal to nullify the February 23 presidential election and order a fresh poll.



Manufacturers are advised to use Gas to power their facilities

Natural Gas is much economical to power factory plants.

Nigeria manufacturers have been advised to make use of domestic natural gas instead of diesel to power their facilities.

This was disclose during the business forum in Enugu, organised by Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu branch.

According to the director of sales, Powergas Nigeria, Mr Sumeet Singh, “the gas is much more cost effective and safer. It would be difficult to put an exact figure to the losses incurred daily by manufacturers. Energy is the driving force of any economy; economies do not grow as expected when there is an immense shortfall in the supply of energy.

“It puts a stop to financial loss experienced by manufacturers due to the high cost of maintenance of generators as well as high cost of the diesel fuel itself. These cost savings will enhance the survival and growth of industries and the economy”.


Release Certificate of Return to Rochas Okorocha – APC

We want INEC to release the certificate of return to Rochas Okorocha

Some members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) were on a peaceful protest to the INEC today Wednesday.


According to the protesters, the protest is a warning to INEC. They are demanding the release of the Certificate of Return to governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha.

RELATED TAG: Oshiomhole has no power to suspend me -Rochas Okorocha

During the last general election, Okorocha won the senatorial seat which he contested and he has since then not given the certificate.

RELATED TAG: Rochas Okorocha name missing as INEC ready to present certificate of return to elected member of National Assembly

The protesters has therefore given INEC Friday 24th of May as ultimatum for INEC to do the needful. Oresle, they promised to match millions of Nigerian to INEC office on Monday.


Job Vacancies at the International NGO Safety Organization

The International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO) is a British charity that supports the safety of aid workers by establishing safety coordination platforms in insecure contexts. 

International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO) – Founded in 2011, the International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO) is a British charity that supports the safety of aid workers by establishing safety coordination platforms in insecure contexts.

Job Title: Training Assistant
INSO Nigeria Country Office

  • Since becoming registered in Nigeria, INSO has developed a strong country wide approach, supporting over 60 organisations working on Lake Chad Basin Crisis from all neighboring countries.
  • The Coordination Office operates from Abuja overseeing two operational offices in Maiduguri (Nigeria) and in Maroua (Cameroon).
  • Presently INSO is seeking an experienced individual to join our Training Department as Training Assistant, to be based in Abuja, with possible travels inside Nigeria.

Job Summary

  • The primary aim of the position is to assist and support the training team in administration, logistics, finance, procurement and general management of the training programmes conducted in Nigeria.
  • Our ideal candidate will be highly organized, have experience working with humanitarian organisations and training programmes, and be willing to learn.
  • The candidate will be outgoing, motivated and self-directed, taking initiative when needed.
  • Lastly, they should have a keen interest in INSO, the Nigerian context and a passion for capacity building of NGOs’ capacity.

Major Responsibilities

  • Assist the training manager in the planning, budgeting, logistics, administration, and management of the training programme.
  • Interface directly with internal support staff and stakeholders on all matters related to administration, logistics, finance, and procurement for training events.
  • Manage day to day correspondence, reports, and other documents related to the training programme.
  • Advertise training courses, compile and organise all trainee applications. Prepare attendance rosters and assist in the planning & preparation for courses under the supervision of the training manager.
  • Manage and maintain an inventory of serviceable training supplies, materials, and equipment, including safe storage and accountability.
  • Assist in the preparation, compilation, recording and filing of post-training reports and evaluations with lessons learned and analysis.
  • Assist the training manager in the day to day running of the country programme and training sessions and provide support to operations where required.

Mandatory Requirements

  • Post-Secondary Diploma in relevant field
  • Efficient use of Microsoft Office programmes (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Excellent working knowledge of English (spoken and written)
  • Demonstrable experience in administration, logistics, budgeting and procurement
  • Exceptional organisational and time management skills; able to work independently
  • Willingness to learn and ability to work in a fast paced, multi-cultural and close-knit team to deliver tangible results on a deadline
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to interact with different kind of interlocutors

Preferred Characteristics:

  • At least 1-year experience working with International NGOs
  • Familiarity with the philosophy, priorities, and principles of humanitarian NGOs and NGO approaches to security. Field experience a plus
  • Supervisory or training position
  • Existing political, social, or historical knowledge of the region
  • Fluent in Hausa
  • Driving license


Job Title: Deputy Safety Advisor
INSO Nigeria Country Office

  • Since becoming registered in Nigeria, INSO has developed a strong country wide approach, supporting NGOs working on Lake Chad Basin Crisis from all neighbouring countries.
  • The coordination office operates from Abuja overseeing two operational offices in Maiduguri, Nigeria and in Maroua, Cameroon.
  • We are seeking a qualified and experienced individual to join our team as (Deputy Safety Advisor) to be based (Maiduguri)

Job Summary

  • The Deputy Safety Advisor will work with the Safety Advisor (SA) in their responsibility of gathering local security information and briefing NGOs working in the field. They will be involved in analysis and reporting, interacting and networking with different stakeholders, and supporting the delivery of NGO security services. They will also support the SA in the management of a local information network.
  • The successful candidate will be outgoing and resilient, with the ability to analyse complex security issues and contexts, give sound practical safety and security advice, communicate with an excellent standard of English both verbally and in writing, and above all else share INSO’s commitment to humanitarian principles.

Major Responsibilities

  • Provide NGOs with credible information and contextual analysis of Borno, Yobe,  Adamawa and Gombe states.
  • Provide support in establishing and maintaining an active information network, which includes NGOs and other actors, to obtain credible and relevant safety information.
  • Assist in humanitarian coordination meetings and provide access and security enabling information.
  • Assist in providing NGOs with timely and credible security information and contextual analysis of the local security situation through: daily incident alerts, reports, weekly incident lists and bi-weekly analytical reports.
  • Provide support in facilitating and leading NGO community security roundtables in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states, during which security incidents are discussed and analysed.
  • Effectively represent, promote and protect INSO’s mandate of independence, impartiality and neutrality.
  • Support the SA in the management of field monitors
  • Adhere to INSO safety policies and procedures

Mandatory Requirements

  • Good and relevant network in the North East (Borno, Yobe, Gombe and Adamawa states)
  • Deep understanding of the North East Nigeria (Borno, Yobe, Gombe and Adamawa states) safety environment and its historical context
  • Excellent presentation and public speaking skills
  • Excellent English writing skills with ability to research and present complex issues in a clear and concise manner as well as a fluent conversational level of at least one of the following languages: Hausa, Kanuri or other local languages relevant to North Eastern Nigeria.
  • At least 3 years of experience in a relevant field, to include but not limited to – military, police, or other security services (particularly those involved in investigation), NGO safety and security work experience, journalism. Management experience is usually expected
  • Good understanding of NGO approaches to safety is essential (knowledge of humanitarian principles is essential)
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain human networks
  • Knowledge of Windows and Office programs
  • Nigerian nationality
  • University level education or equivalent experience

Preferred Characteristics:

  • 6 months work experience with NGOs
  • Experience in high quality report production
  • Demonstrated capacity to work with minimal supervision and maintain a high level of engagement
  • Staff management experience
  • Degree in Journalism, Mass Communication, Political Sciences, History, or any other equivalent diploma preferred.

Key Personal Competencies:

  • Outgoing personality
  • An effective communicator
  • Willingness to stay alert outside working hours
  • Meticulous and persistent when verifying information received
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.


Job Title: Driver
INSO Nigeria Country Office

  • Since becoming registered in Nigeria, INSO has developed a strong country wide approach, supporting over 60 organisations working on Lake Chad Basin Crisis from all neighboring countries.
  • The Coordination Office operates from Abuja overseeing two operational offices in Maiduguri (Nigeria) and in Maroua (Cameroon).
  • Presently INSO is seeking an experienced individual to join our team as a Driver, to be based in Abuja, with possible travels inside Nigeria.

Job Summary

  • The purpose of this position is to ensure the transportation of goods and persons safely to their destination.
  • The Driver also provides support for basic administration management, such as procurement and purchases.
  • This position reports to the INSO Logistics and Procurement Officer.
  • The Driver position is a highly rewarding role offering a unique opportunity to work in a close-knit team giving support in relation to the provision of safety services to the NGO community.

Major Responsibilities

  • To operate INSO vehicles as directed by the Logistics and Procurement Officer
  • To assist the Logistics and Procurement Officer in travel and fleet management
  • To assist the Logistics and Procurement Officer in procurement process, including purchase, accommodation and travels

Mandatory Requirements

  • At least 2 years’ work experience as a driver
  • Valid Driving License and existing ability to drive 4×4 vehicles with manual gear
  • Basic knowledge of administrative processes
  • Fluent in spoken and written English
  • Computer literate

Preferred Characteristics:

  • 2 years work experience in INGO as a driver

Key Personal Competencies:

  • A good listener
  • A good communicator
  • Ability to prioritize and work with little supervision
  • Team player
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Interested and qualified candidates are requested to send the following below to: jobs@nga.ngosafety.org and ensure to reference ‘INSO Training Assistant – Nigeria’ should be included in the subject line of your email:

  • Cover letter (2 page max) – specifying how you meet the mandatory requirements, your motivation in applying and what you hope to bring to INSO.
  • Up to date CV (4 pages max).


  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Please do not send any additional information (certificates, other writing samples, etc.) and keep the total size of your application under 2MB if possible

Application deadline date: Friday, 31st May, 2019.


Pedabo Graduate Trainee Programme 2019/2020

We a member firm of Morison KSi, a global association of leading professional service firms serving the cross-border (accounting, auditing, tax, and business consulting) needs of clients. The association has 158 member firms in 88 countries.

At Pedabo, our focus is to provide topnotch client service experience in Tax, Audit & Advisory guided by vision, character, and assurance. This focus reminds us why we are in existence.

We a member firm of Morison KSi, a global association of leading professional service firms serving the cross-border (accounting, auditing, tax, and business consulting) needs of clients. The association has 158 member firms in 88 countries.

We seek to employ qualified candidate to fill the position below:

Job Position: Graduate Trainee Programme 2019/2020
Job Location: 

Job Description

  • Shortlisted applicants will pass through our three (3) months of intensive classroom and on the job training. Successful applicants after the training program will then be confirmed as Graduate Trainee Consultant of the firm.


  • Applicants must be below 26 years old
  • Must have a minimum of 5 O’ level credits (including English & Mathematics) at ONE sitting
  • Must have a minimum of second class (upper division) degree at first degree (please note that OND and HND qualifications are not considered for this position)
  • Must not have written the Pedabo Graduate Aptitude Test in the last 3 years.
  • Must have a passion for building a career in Audit and Tax.
  • Must have enrolled in/registered with ICAN/ACCA or qualified as a chartered accountant.

Additional Information :

  • Friendly working environment.
  • Opportunity to work with young & brightest minds on the planet
  • Oh, and a chance to think outside the Mega box!

Interested and qualified candidates should Click here to Apply


Police detain Senator Ademola Adeleke of the PDP

Sen. Adeleke was detained after honouring the Police invitation at the headquarters.

Senator Ademola Adeleke of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) was arrested after honouring an invitation by the police.

This statement was released on Monday, by his campaign organisation.

RELATED TAG: Osun State Rerun Election…

The statement read, “We alert the public, diplomatic and democracy community worldwide that the Nigerian Police has arrested and detained Senator Ademola Adeleke on old trumped up charges of certificate and testimonial forgery.

“This is after the school principal and school authority have through affidavits denied any forgery and owned up to the school testimonial issued to Senator Adeleke.

RELATED TAG: INEC Declares APC Gboyega Oyetola winner of the Osun State election…

“Senator Adeleke had this morning honoured police invitation at the force headquarters, Abuja. He arrived at the force headquarters at 9am and was not attended to until later this afternoon when he was informed of fresh charges of testimonial forgery.

“The distinguished Senator was taken to Maitama Police station with plan to arraign him tomorrow at an undisclosed Magistrate court”.


IG is losing weight so he is working very hard – Buhari

Buhari said the IG loss of weight means he is working very hard on insecurities.

On the arrival of President Muhammadu Buhari from the UK visit back to Nigerian, he was asked by a reporter on tackling insecurity in the country.

The reporter asked “are we likely to see a different approach in the fight against insecurity, especially kidnapping, which is a big issue now?”

The President said, “you know, I have just seen the IG, he is… I think he is losing weight; so, I think he is working very hard”.

Many Nigerians are very angry at the President’s response for taking such crucial matter for joke.

Sowore a Human Activist and former Nigeria Presidential candidate blasted Buhari for such statements, he said: “I think the President has lost it. His reaction is at variance with the gravity of the insecurity in the country”.

Oby Ezekwesili, former Nigerian Minister of Education and former presidential candidate also accused the president for making jokes out of the country insecurity.

Some of other Nigerians response to the President comment on social media:

@oddminers : In Nigeria when U lose weight you are working hard. Same mentality most of us use in our daily lives. If we don’t sweat in the work or job, U ain’t doing nothing. Sweating and weight loss is the yardstick for hard work. Learnt something new 😂

@Rjay_omale: Amidst all the killings and kidnappings Buhari still makes jokes. IGP is loosing weight so IGP is working??
It just tells something about Buhari himself.


How to know when you are being used in a relationship

Some of the selfish acts of your partner in your relationship that you need to look out for.

Most people easily get carried away in their relationship due to deep love they express to their partner. Don’t be fool,  it’s not bad to show the extent of love you have for your partner but be wise.

Many have taken the advantage of their partner to hurt them, and the other partner find it difficult to quit.

The following are some of the symptoms that you are being used by your partner in the relationship. When he keeps giving the same excuse and a lie after another. Find more below:

  • When you are always the one giving :

If it happens that you are the sole giver in your relationship, then check it again, something is not right. The giving suppose to reciprocate itself, no matter how little it might be. Gifts is an expression of honouring one’s personality, and if you are the one who always give and get nothing in return, that means you are less valued.

  • Your opinions are always not considered:

When you are positive about a relationship and your opinions are not always taken, then the relationship has no future. In a relationship, every contribution need to be weigh and cogent reasons should be given for not taking an option. However, when it happens that your views are always considered as nonsense like you are a dullard. You are being used in that relationship.

  • When your partner enjoys the benefits alone:

When what you do is always about the benefits of your partner at your expense, you are been used in that relationship. For example you mostly get the least of things while your partner get the best items.

  • When you are always the biggest contributor:

Yeah source of income differs, however the burden should not be place on one side but gathered with understanding. Contribution may not be in form of cash alone. So if its obvious that until you bring something to the table before things are working out, then check it, you being used.

  • You always feel uncomfortable around your partner:

When your instinct is always telling you something is wrong whenever you are around your partner, or you can no longer trust he/she genuinely, or you are always scared of something. Then is looking like you are being used.

  • When they never show gratitude:

If you have noticed that whenever you you carry out a favour for them, they hardly appreciate your efforts.  It simply means they enjoy the service of another person better. They are only using you, wise up.

  • When your feelings are not considered :

If the outcome of every decisions made are always against your feelings, it only means your worth is at stake. This also means they are selfish and egocentric. You are being used.

  • When they are only nice to you for your favour:

If you notice that its only when they want to get something from you that they change attitudes towards you, nice, calm, asking about your welfare, ready to do some assignments for you. You are being used because they will definitely change after they got what they wanted.



Moon sighting; Ramadan fasting commences.

Ramadan fasting commences today for all Muslim faithfuls.

At the sighting of the moon, the Sultan of Sokoto, Saad Abubakar  who heads the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) announced the commencement of the Ramadan fasting for all Muslim faithfuls.

The Muslims believe that who ever observe the fast has his previous sins forgiven.

The Sultan announces the citing of the new crescent in Sokoto, he said the new moon was sighted in various places across the country which indicates that Sunday is the end of 8th Islamic month of Sha’aban.

He said, “Upon due verification and authentication by the national moon sighting committee and states committees’ confirmation, as well as routine scrutiny, the sighting of the new moon of Ramadan signifies the end of Sha’aban 1440 AH.

“In accordance with Islamic law, the Muslim Ummah is to commence fasting on Monday, May 6, 2019 accordingly”.

The month of fasting is regarded as the holy month and Muslims are encouraged to be holy, to shun ungodly act, be peaceful and be prayerful. Its expected to fast from morning till dawn for all adults.


Bobrisky breaking the internet with this photo

See Bobrisky latest amazing picture.

Nigerian cross dresser Okuneye Idris OLanrewaju popular known as Bobrisky is at it again.

He has taken his exploration to the next level by posting his latest picture on instagram. This picture has been raising a lots of talks on the social media.

See the picture here.

Charles Awurum, a Nollywood funny actor has disagreed with involving people like Bobrisky in the industry.

Charles angrily said in a video:

“Thunder wey no get direction will fire una too, so you like wetin he dey do? He carry himself turn to woman and dey bleach and come begin sponsor colony of gay men; kai, movie industry, greedy, una fit do anything because of money, even the one wey God no like, oh, chai, thunder we dey go Cotonou go divert, fire all of una wey dey do this type of thing”.


Nigerian Senate passes 2019 budget

The Senate increased and pass 2019 budget

The Senate just passed the 2019 Appropriation bill. The chairman of the Committee on Appropriation bill Danjuma Goje, announced that the budget is increase to #8.91 trillion.

The figure increased by #86 billion, which is higher than what President Buhari presented to the joint session of the national assembly on December 19.

The Senate passed the budget with the breakdown as follows:

Statutory transfer – N502.58 .billion

Debt service – N2.25 trillion

Recurrent expenditure – N4.65 trillion

Capital expenditure – N2.94 trillion

The victims of Zamfara State crises were to be assisted with #10 billion and it should be added to the total figures.

Dr Bukola Saraki (the Senate President)  expressed his appreciation to his colleagues “I want to thank our colleagues, particularly for their understanding and for us to be able to meet today’s deadline in passing the Bill and thanks to the committee on appropriation too.

“I hope that with this Budget passed, the Executive will also ensure the full implementation of the Budget for the benefit of Nigerians as a whole”.


Federal government secured the release of Zainab Aliyu

A strong legal case is being made to the Saudi authorities over Zainab – Dabiri Erewa

Nigerian government has cleared the freedom of Zainab Aliyu. She was arrested in Saudi Arabia for alleged drug trafficking. The second Nigerian involved in the case is Ibrahim Abubakar.

The government was able to defend their innocence in the case, and they will be released tomorrow to the Nigerian Mission in Saudi Arabia.

Zainab, a student of Maitama Sule University, Kano, was arrested after a banned drug (tramadol) was found in her bag. She claimed she don’t know who dropped the drug in her luggage.

She travelled from Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport with her mother, Mrs. Maryam Aliyu, and sister, Hajara Aliyu, for Lesser Hajj in Dec. 2018 but was detained over allegations that a bag bearing her name tag contained the unlawful substance.

Following President Buhari’s directives to the Attorney General of the Federation to intervene into the case and ensure their release.

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Diaspora Affairs Abike Dabiri Erewa, also assured Nigerians that they were making good progress and she will be back, along with 2 others in the same situation.


House to investigate Banks over stamp duty charges

The house has set up ad hoc panel to investigate the non remittance by the CBN

The Nigeria House of Representatives is to constitute an ad hoc investigative panel over the non-remittance of stamp duty by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), money deposit banks and other collection agents.

The lawmakers alleged the banks and other collection agencies are shortchanging the nation by refusing to remit the duties into the Federation Account of Nigeria.

The ad hoc panel has four weeks to carry out the assignment and report back for further legislative action.

This followed the adoption of a motion of urgent public importance by Goni Lawan (APC, Yobe), who noted that independent efforts by both local and international civil society organisations (CSOs) to get details of the collections have so far failed.

According to him, the Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST) in 2014 initiated the stamp duty collection scheme, following which a firm, the School Banking Honours (SBH) obtained authorization of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to engage the banks and other qualified collection agents.

He said: “But the complicit irregularity by which public institutions including the CBN, Nigeria Interbank Settlement System (NIBSS), NIPOST among others, have over time failed to remit stamp duty taxes into the Federation Account running into trillions.

“While the deductible amount per bank account may seem small, it cumulatively adds up to money in billions and trillions of Naira, and must be subjected to the full condition of disclosure and transparency.

“If such funds were made available, they could have been used to pay salaries, provide infrastructure and financing economic development in the country, or at least should have generated some interests in the private accounts where the fund is domiciled”.

In addition, the lawmakers regretted that due to concerns mounting over the non-remittance, it is clearly an obvious disobedience to the Treasury Single Account (TSA) policy for the stamp duties fund to be hidden in commercial banks instead of being remitted to the TSA.

Speaker Dogara, in his remarks noted that at N50 for bank transaction of over N1000, the duties must have built into a huge fund capable of solving the challenges of paucity of fund associated with many of the nation’s abandoned and uncompleted projects.

Source: http://www.today.ng


See what surprise Bambam got on her birthday

Lovely surprise birthday gift Bambam got for clocking 30

Former Big Brother Naija (Double Wahala)  TV Reality show housemate Bambam was hugely surprised by her fans with lots of gifts on her birthday yesterday April 23, 2019. She posted the biggest of all on her Instagram page, as she received a Honda Crosstour.


Her boyfriend who was also a former housemate, Teddy A,  sent lovely words of message to her on social media with their picture.

“Happy birthday to my queen, best friend, gossip partner, ride or die, business partner, personal adviser, and cheerleader. We’ve been through a lot together, lord knows we have. In this world of fame and wanting to build an empire you’ve always got my back just like I’ve got yours. You’re the definition of beauty, substance, class, subtlety, eloquence, intelligence, intellect and maturity. You saw right through me when no one else did and till this day you still do. 

Read Teddy A's mushy and romantic love letter to Bam Bam [Instagram/BammyBestowed]

“No matter how tough I act you always have my mumu button lol. You were termed “fake” and I remember telling you the world would eventually adjust, they would realise you were raised differently. I could go on and on but I ‘ma whisper the rest in your cute lil ears! 😁 Today you turn 30, a significant number. May you continue to grow in wisdom, great health, prosperity, and abundant blessings. Happy birthday Queen B! ❤❤❤ #WorldBammyDay,” Teddy A.



Signals that your relationship will soon crash

What you need to watch out for in your relationship.

Love is a beautiful thing because it brings comfort and happiness to you, especially if you are in a right relationship. However, while in love in a relationship you must keep examining the mood of the relationship, to know how to improve and what things has fall out. The essence of being in a lovely relationship is to have a partner to share raw mind motives with and how to achieve them.

The following are signals that your relationship will soon crash:


Bridge in Communication

Usually you receives calls from your partner for example twenty (20) times daily or other means of communication on a regular bases, but now you guys hardly communicate twice daily or not at all. When you question your partner he gives flimsy excuses.

Related Tag: What to do when you see your partner cheating

Planning for the future

If you notice your partner always avoid talking and planning for the future, please fly out of the relationship. Every serious relationship need to talk out how to do things, why to do certain things, who to do a thing and when to do things. Its from there your plan your desires and when your partner always shy away from it please fly.


Unusual Mood-swing

It can be normal, because it can be pressure or tension that results from a demanding situation, which bring stress. This can affect the emotional, psychological and physical factors of your partner. However, when you are getting an unusual results from these, it means something is getting wrong in that relationship.


Sex Addict

Sex is very good and in fact it settle many things, however there should be control to it because it should not be the only thing you have together. For the sake of the future of the relationship sex should be secondary.


Permanent Distance

Although distance should not be a huddle in a relationship only silence does. But in a situation where you find it difficult to reach your partner, or you are in the moon and she is under the water you will get tired of your feelings in the relationship and you can easily lost focus.


When you always feel bad about yourself

Everyone is entitle to their opinion. Your opinion is your feeling, choice and decisions; and when your partner makes you feel bad about your choices it is wrong. Encouraging you for the best choice is better than condemning you. When this persist, you need to leave.

Related Tag: A Love Since Forever

Difference in Goal and Vision

To be in a relationship is to achieve a common goal with your partner. For your relationship to be successful your partner should buy or be in common goal and vision with you. If you can’t achieve this, its better to change the relationship.


Much Lies, Less Truth

This should not be over looked in any way, don’t be deceived with sugar quoted tongues. Make proper research and hold the truth. When he keeps saying its the devil’s influence but i will change for ten (10) times, please that relationship can work.





Rochas Okorocha name missing as INEC ready to present certificate of return to elected member of National Assembly

The Imo State governor name was omitted from the certificate to be presented to the elected National Assembly members.

The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC will present certificates of return to all elected members of the National Assembly on Thursday March 14th.

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A statement released by the commission says the ceremony will hold at the main hall of the International Conference Center Abuja.

See the list of National Assembly members-elect that are expected to be at the ceremony.

Imo state Governor Rochas Okorocha will not be presented with certificate of return, as the result was announced under duress.

See photos below:


Governorship election: Results from some of the states

Some of the announced results of the state gubernatorial election.

INEC announced some of the results of the State gubernatorial election conducted on Saturday 9th March, 2019, while some are still been collated, some were inconclusive.


Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi (PDP) – 449,935 votes

Ayogu Eze (APC) – 10,423 votes



Okezie Ikpeazu (PDP) – 261,127 votes

Dr Uche Ogah (APC) – 99, 574 votes

Dr Alex Otti (APGA) – 64,366 votes



Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu (APC) – 739,445 votes

Jimmy Agbaje (PDP) – 206,141 votes



Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya (APC) – 364,179 votes

Senator Bayero Nadafa (PDP) – 222,868 votes



Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq (APC) – 331,546 votes

Razak Atunwa (PDP) – 114,754 votes



Ifeanyi Okowa (PDP) – 925, 274 votes

Chief Great Ogboru (APC) – 215,938 votes.



Nasiru El-Rufai (APC) – 1, 045,427 votes

Isa Ashiru (PDP) – 814,168 votes



Engineer Abdullahi Sule (APC) – 327,229 votes

Ombugadu (PDP) – 184,281 votes



MAKINDE (PDP) – 515,621 votes

ADELABU (APC) – 357,982 votes



DAPO ABIODUN (APC) – 241,670 votes

AKINLADE (APM) – 222,153 votes



Atiku Bagudu (APC) – 673,717 votes

Isah Galaudu (PDP) – 106,633 votes.



Muhammad Badaru (APC) – 810, 933 votes

Aminu Ringim (PDP) – 288, 356 votes

Bashir Adamu (SDP) – 32,894 votes.



Udom Emmanuel (PDP) – 519,712 votes

Nsima Ekere (APC) – 171,978 votes



Abubakar Bello (APC) – 526,412 votes

Umar Nasko (PDP) –  298,065 votes



David Umahi (PDP) – 393,043 votes

Sonni Ogbuoji (APC) – 81,703 votes













Accountant needed at Jedidiah Air Limited

Jedidiah Air Limited (JedAir) is a foremost aviation services company based at Muritala Muhammed Airport in Ikeja, the city of Lagos, which is also the commercial nerve centre of business and air transport activities in the West African sub region.


Job Title: Accountant

Job Type: Full Time

Qualification: BA/BSc/HND

Experience: 3 years

Location: Lagos

Job Field: Finance / Accounting / Audit

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BSc in Accounting/Finance

  • Minimum of 3 years experience
  • Proficiency in Excel and SAGE ONE Accounting Software
  • Problem-solving, critical thinking, communication and strategic planning skills
  • Strong motivations, business and finance understanding
  • Must be Chartered either ACA or ICAN
  • Available to start work immediately
  • Must live within Ikeja axis.

Qualified applicants should kindly forward their resumes to hr.jedair@gmail.com, using the job position applied for as the subject of the mail.
Note: Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted for an interview