Thursday, 15 June 2017

2017-06-06: THE PROSTITUTION OF TITHE AND OFFERING IN THE CHURCH (Part 2)

2017-06-05: THE PROSTITUTION OF TITHE AND OFFERING IN THE CHURCH

Monday, 27 February 2017

Highly Informative And Educative.






1. Ojota

Ojota used to be a military settlement in the late 18th century and soldiers practised their shooting there. The area had several gun firing spots and became known as “Oju Ota” in Yoruba which means “Bullet spots”. It later metamorphosed into Ojota which it is called now.

2. Abule Egba

This area is on the outskirts of Lagos and got its name from the early settlers who were Egba people from Abeokuta. The area was first called “Abule awon egba” in Yoruba, which means “Village of Egba people”. It later became “Abule Egba”.


3. Apongbon

Apongbon is one of Lagos’ most popular markets, and it’s also quite close to the popular Oke-Arin market. It got its name from the then acting governor of the Lagos colony, William McCoskry, who had a Red Beard. The Yorubas who couldn’t pronounce the colonial governor’s name decided to describe him by his red beard and started calling him “Oyinbo to pon ni igbon” meaning a red-bearded man. It later became Apongbon.

Monday, 20 February 2017

Lagos State Govt Director Alleged Defrauds UK & Lagos Govts


She is no doubt one of the top flight civil servants in Lagos State, intelligent, urbane and beautiful. She cuts the image of an innocent and hard-working public servant that is committed to serving her state diligently.



However, if tales surrounding this woman is anything true, then she is one of those that have been giving Nigeria and Nigerians a bad name, home and abroad.

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Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Republicans concerned about Trump's mental health, senator says



Republican colleagues of Donald Trump have expressed concern about his mental health, a Democratic senator claimed.
Minnesota senator Al Franken said the concern of "a few" Republicans arises "in the way that we all have this suspicion" that "he lies a lot".

Saturday, 21 January 2017

Police Arrest Female Suspect Who Cleans Expiry Date On Food Products




Police have arrested a suspect in Abia State allegedly involved in repackaging of expired food products. Described as a worrisome act, the police said Nnenna Sunday, 28, has perfected the act of using chemicals to erase batch production numbers and expiry dates on snacks.

It is an act that endangers the lives of the buyers of the expired products, but yet reinforces the need for everyone to check well before buying any food product.