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Friendship with Christ – Home for the poor foundation launches October 19

Friendship with christFriendship with Christ – Home for the poor cordially invites you to her take off launching aimed at setting up a home for and taking care of the poor across all ages.

WHAT IS FRIENDSHIP WITH CHRIST – HOME FOR THE POOR?
Friendship with Christ – Home for the Poor was born under divine revelation from God through the Founderees to cater for the poor across all age, tribe, nation, religion. Prior to this mission, She had in the past devoted part of her time, resources and profession to help the orphans, aged, prisoners, the sick, students with academic difficulty by paying school fees, visitations, feeding, praying and counselling.

The event is scheduled as follows:

Date: Sunday 19th October, 2014.

Time: 1:30pm Prompt

Venue: St. Luke’s parish Kubwa Abuja.

God bless you as you join us.
Contact: Nigeria

Phone 1 : +234 803 6004 445
Phone 2: +234 817 490 7707

Website: http://www.friendshipwithchrist.org

 

#Ebola: WHO Preparing Vaccine, Set January Trial Date

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The World Health Organization has announced that a vaccine for the deadly vaccine virus is already undergoing tests and could be in use by January.

The body’s assistant director, Dr. Marie Paule Kieny, made the announcement in Geneva on Tuesday.

Kieny stated that the vaccine was currently undergoing tests, and if results are positive, a trial could be conducted in West Africa in January.

A suitable cure for the epidemic is yet to be found, as various experimental drugs and even the blood of survivors has been attempted in trying to manage the virus, which has killed over 4500 people.

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Femi and Funke Kuti Getting Back Together? Check Out The Couple’s Cozy Photos!

 

Do we smell a reunion soon??? We will be glad if that truly happens. During the Felabration event which took place at the shrine last week, Femi Kuti and his ex wife, Funke Kuti were all cuddly. You can’t help but notice genuine affection which clearly shows they have put behind them the pains their separation caused them both.
More photos below:

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An old photo of Funke(on the right) as a dancer for her husband Femi Kuti when they were still together.

 

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Humiliating: Nigerian Senator Accuses Journalists Of Stealing His Handset

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Senator Gbenga Obadara, the chairman Senate Committee on Privatization on Wednesday ordered the search of reporters shortly after an interactive session over an alleged missing ” China smart phone ” in Kano.

The Senator and some members of his entourage were in Kano in one of the oversight functions at the headquarters of Kano Electrical Distribution Company located at Post office road.

However, issue surfaced when the Senator raised an alarm to his host that his phone had been stolen at the venue.

As soon as the alarm was raised, the policemen manning the entrance of the hall were ordered not to open the door for journalists till after they were searched.

Heavily armed policemen were subsequently drafted inside the conference hall for the search operations on the hapless Journalists.

They was a sigh of relief as an announcement came through that the phone had been found by the senator.

At that point, the management was embarrassed.

The chairman of Correspondent chapel, Mr. Francis Edwin Olofu described the incident as “totally demeaning, provocative and uncalled for.”

The Public Relations Manager of Kano Electrical Distribution Company, Alhaji Mukhtar Baffa, however appealed for understanding, pointing out that “it was not meant to humiliate members of pen profession.”

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Humiliating: Nigerian Senator Accuses Journalists Of Stealing His Handset

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Senator Gbenga Obadara, the chairman Senate Committee on Privatization on Wednesday ordered the search of reporters shortly after an interactive session over an alleged missing ” China smart phone ” in Kano.

The Senator and some members of his entourage were in Kano in one of the oversight functions at the headquarters of Kano Electrical Distribution Company located at Post office road.

However, issue surfaced when the Senator raised an alarm to his host that his phone had been stolen at the venue.

As soon as the alarm was raised, the policemen manning the entrance of the hall were ordered not to open the door for journalists till after they were searched.

Heavily armed policemen were subsequently drafted inside the conference hall for the search operations on the hapless Journalists.

They was a sigh of relief as an announcement came through that the phone had been found by the senator.

At that point, the management was embarrassed.

The chairman of Correspondent chapel, Mr. Francis Edwin Olofu described the incident as “totally demeaning, provocative and uncalled for.”

The Public Relations Manager of Kano Electrical Distribution Company, Alhaji Mukhtar Baffa, however appealed for understanding, pointing out that “it was not meant to humiliate members of pen profession.”

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NLC, TUC Vow To Go On Strike Over National Minimum Wage Rejection

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The Nigerian Labour Congress, the Trade Union Congress and the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria on Wednesday threatened to issue a sit-at-home order to protest the decision of the National Assembly to move the minimum wage from exclusive legislative list to concurrent list.

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According to reports, NLC said the move was a declaration of war on Nigerian workers and would complicate the already bad security challenges in the country.

The NLC General Secretary, Dr. Peter Ozo-Esan, told The Punch that the organised labour would resist the move with all the resources at its disposal.

Ozo-Esan disclosed that the NLC had called an emergency meeting of its National Executive Committee for Monday to take a final decision on the next plan of action.

He said “Clearly, we are opposed to the movement of the labour issues to the concurrent list. You know that the Senate President (David Mark) gave a promise to revisit the issue during a protest organised by the labour unions on this issue to the National Assembly. And the House of Representatives voted against it so it is a surprise to us.

“We are opposed to it, we think it is retrogressive, it is not an issue we will allow to stand, we are going to contest it with all the resources at our disposal. You will be hearing from us on that.

“As we speak, we have conveyed an emergency NEC meeting on it for Monday next week; it is the organ that will take the NLC’s next position on the issue…

“We have always taken a position that we require autonomy for local governments, we are ok with that, and we have canvassed that position for some time. What we are opposed to is a situation, where autonomy will now affect payment of teachers’ salaries.”

In a statement previously signed by the President and Secretary-General, the ASCSN, Mr. Bobboi Kaigama and Mr. Alade Lawal respectively, the association had said it would not hesitate to call its members out on strike.

The group called for “a total resistance to the move by the National Assembly to further impoverish Nigerian workers by outlawing the meagre national minimum wage through the backdoor.”

The ASCSN said, “It is surprising that the National Assembly wants to complicate the security challenges in the country by inviting millions of Nigerian workers to take to the streets by its insensitive decision to deregulate wage.

“The monthly take home pay of each member of the National Assembly is about N30m. Yet, they are pained that Nigerian workers receive N18, 000 monthly minimum wage which is about $109 per month.”

“It must be emphasised that all countries of the world have National Minimum Wage which must be paid by all employers to their workers. Indeed the ILO Convention 131 of 1970, of which Nigeria is a signatory, requires member countries to institute a National Minimum Wage below which no employer should pay.”

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NLC, TUC Vow To Go On Strike Over National Minimum Wage Rejection

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The Nigerian Labour Congress, the Trade Union Congress and the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria on Wednesday threatened to issue a sit-at-home order to protest the decision of the National Assembly to move the minimum wage from exclusive legislative list to concurrent list.

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According to reports, NLC said the move was a declaration of war on Nigerian workers and would complicate the already bad security challenges in the country.

The NLC General Secretary, Dr. Peter Ozo-Esan, told The Punch that the organised labour would resist the move with all the resources at its disposal.

Ozo-Esan disclosed that the NLC had called an emergency meeting of its National Executive Committee for Monday to take a final decision on the next plan of action.

He said “Clearly, we are opposed to the movement of the labour issues to the concurrent list. You know that the Senate President (David Mark) gave a promise to revisit the issue during a protest organised by the labour unions on this issue to the National Assembly. And the House of Representatives voted against it so it is a surprise to us.

“We are opposed to it, we think it is retrogressive, it is not an issue we will allow to stand, we are going to contest it with all the resources at our disposal. You will be hearing from us on that.

“As we speak, we have conveyed an emergency NEC meeting on it for Monday next week; it is the organ that will take the NLC’s next position on the issue…

“We have always taken a position that we require autonomy for local governments, we are ok with that, and we have canvassed that position for some time. What we are opposed to is a situation, where autonomy will now affect payment of teachers’ salaries.”

In a statement previously signed by the President and Secretary-General, the ASCSN, Mr. Bobboi Kaigama and Mr. Alade Lawal respectively, the association had said it would not hesitate to call its members out on strike.

The group called for “a total resistance to the move by the National Assembly to further impoverish Nigerian workers by outlawing the meagre national minimum wage through the backdoor.”

The ASCSN said, “It is surprising that the National Assembly wants to complicate the security challenges in the country by inviting millions of Nigerian workers to take to the streets by its insensitive decision to deregulate wage.

“The monthly take home pay of each member of the National Assembly is about N30m. Yet, they are pained that Nigerian workers receive N18, 000 monthly minimum wage which is about $109 per month.”

“It must be emphasised that all countries of the world have National Minimum Wage which must be paid by all employers to their workers. Indeed the ILO Convention 131 of 1970, of which Nigeria is a signatory, requires member countries to institute a National Minimum Wage below which no employer should pay.”

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Lover Boy Chops Off His Small Penis After Girlfriend Dumped Him

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A Jilted, 22-year-old lover boy chopped off his own penis after he was dumped by his girlfriend.

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Report has it that Mr Oliver Ilic was told by his girlfriend that he was no good in bed so he felt depressed and mutilated himself then threw the remains in the bin.

Ilic called emergency services when he could not stop the bleeding and was taken to hospital in the east Macedonian town of Kocani.

Speaking to the doctors the man lamented that the size of his penis was rather small that was the reason why his girlfriend was no use to him.

The state police later searched his house and discovered the severed organ in a bin after it had been cut off with a single swipe from a razor blade which was also lying in the bin.

Doctors were initially unable to re-attach his penis but he was then transferred to the capital, Skopje, where it was reunited with his body following five hours of surgery.

However they said it was still too early to know if the operation would be a success and if it would ever function properly again.

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Lover Boy Chops Off His Small Penis After Girlfriend Dumped Him

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A Jilted, 22-year-old lover boy chopped off his own penis after he was dumped by his girlfriend.

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Report has it that Mr Oliver Ilic was told by his girlfriend that he was no good in bed so he felt depressed and mutilated himself then threw the remains in the bin.

Ilic called emergency services when he could not stop the bleeding and was taken to hospital in the east Macedonian town of Kocani.

Speaking to the doctors the man lamented that the size of his penis was rather small that was the reason why his girlfriend was no use to him.

The state police later searched his house and discovered the severed organ in a bin after it had been cut off with a single swipe from a razor blade which was also lying in the bin.

Doctors were initially unable to re-attach his penis but he was then transferred to the capital, Skopje, where it was reunited with his body following five hours of surgery.

However they said it was still too early to know if the operation would be a success and if it would ever function properly again.

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Davido beaten to MOBO award by Ghanaian artiste, Fuse ODG

by Damilola Jagun

 

 

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Despite having a stellar year so far, and winning most of the awards he’s been in contention for, Davido has lost the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards in the ‘Best African Act’ category to Ghanaian artist, Fuse ODG.

Fuse ODG beat Afrikan Boy, Davido, DJ Clock, Dr Sid, Mafikozolo, Mista Silva, Tiwa Savage, Wizkid and Yemi Alade, to win the award on Wednesday, 22 October, at London’s SSE Wembley Arena.

Watch below, his acceptance speech:

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#AbaLIFE: Diamond Bank supports Paradigm Initiative Nigeria’s ICT capacity building project, train 100 people in Abia (PHOTOS)

by Isi Esene

Diamond Bank Nigeria supports AbaLIFE training program for undeserved youth. AbaLIFE is an initiative of Paradigm Initiative Nigeria, which connects young people with ICT enabled opportunities to create better livelihoods through its ICT, entrepreneurship and life skill training. The acronym L.I.F.E. Stands for Life. Skills. ICT. Financial Readiness. Entreprenurship.
After 7 years of proving the concept and building a model in Ajegunle Lagos, PIN began to plan on scaling the training outside of Lagos because of the high demand. It started with a South East baseline study that led to the opening of a program office in Aba in August 2014, called the Aba Innovation Centre.
Following an orientation exercise, training commenced on Monday 20th October 2014 at Aba Innovation Center. 100 persons between the ages of 15 and 28 years were selected for the Aba L.I.F.E training program out of the 382 applicants.
As PIN worked to expand into the South East, they have partnered with Diamond Bank which has CSR interest in the region.
“It’s not just about financial support and gift items for students,” says ‘Gbenga Sesan, PIN Executive Director; “It is even better than that, Diamond Bank staff will volunteer to train Aba L.I.F.E youth. They will be able to tell Aba L.I.F.E trainees their own stories of change.” he continues.
According to Tope Ogundipe, Chief Operating Officer, Paradigm Initiative
Nigeria; “Thanks to Diamond Bank and other partners. This training allow will encourage us to meet with the community to discuss, reflect on the success of our initial engagement, and look forward to even more youths being trained in 2015.”
The first Aba L.I.F.E Town Hall Meeting is set hold Saturday 6 December, 2014.
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