Sunday, July 12, 2020

[Gospel] Genrev _ Fire in Me




Genrev _ Fire in Me,  Nigerian Gospel Music. 
Akinrinmade Sikiru Adeshina was born and bred in Ondo state. He is currently a public servant and live in Lagos , Nigeria .. He is an upcoming gospel artist and has the passion for gospel music. This song there is fire came after numerous attacks from the dreams where the evil one would come to steal, to kill and to destroy but God in His infinite mercy expunged all the works of the devil as those dreams brought about this song.. there is fire in me... The fire of  God in us keeps us away from the devil.

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Saturday, July 4, 2020

Slimberry - Over (The Ep)


Slimberry - Over (The Ep)
Slimberry is a Nigerian upcoming artist bringing hit to the music industry, he is from Enugu but based in ugbokolo Benue State Nigeria, he started his musical career early this year 2020.

Now he is out with an amazing Ep titled "Over" with 5 great songs in it. Download and enjoy.


Track List:

1. Your Own - Download Mp3

2. Over - Download Mp3

3. Tire Ft Koboko - Download Mp3

4. Adamma - Download Mp3

5. Balance (Cover) - Download Mp3


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Sunday, June 28, 2020

Rohe (RM Churchboi) - Dalu - Mp3 Download






Rohe (RM Churchboi) - Dalu
Rohe is a Gospel minister born and brought up in Zaria, Kaduna State. He has two trending album already titled "Agaba Ku' Juda" (Lion of the tribe of Judah) and "My Big God".

He is a Benue born and brought up whose style of music is versatile, he is a worshiper, a praise machine and a reggae singer.

He has been into music since his early age and the grace of God has been seeing him through.
Rohe has come to stay and by the help of God will take his music career to the next level.

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Rohe (RM Churchboi) - Annointed - Mp3 Download





Rohe (RM Churchboi) - Annointed - Mp3 Download
New Gospel out now by Rohe (RM Churchboi), he titled this one "Annointed", Check him out at Naijamp3 Tv. Download and enjoy.

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Sunday, June 21, 2020

[Gospel] Wisdom _ My Child



Wisdom _ My Child, Nigerian Gospel Music.
Wisdom Ugochukwu Benedict is a great music minister, composer, songwriter and currently a music director in his place of worship.
An exceptional pianist who is looking forward to fusing rock, country and other genres of music into an African setting "Tradowestern Music".
He is based in Port-Harcourt and currently has two singles "My Child and God is Involved".
By the grace of God, he has come to stay and hopes to get the universe to sing together in one voice in praise to God.
Download and enjoy.

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[Gospel] Wisdom _ God is Involved





Wisdom _ God is Involved.
Wisdom Ugochukwu Benedict is a great music minister, composer, songwriter and currently a music director in his place of worship.
An exceptional pianist who is looking forward to fusing rock, country and other genres of music into an African setting "Tradowestern Music".
He is based in Port-Harcourt and currently has two singles "My Child and God is Involved".
By the grace of God, he has come to stay and hopes to get the universe to sing together in one voice in praise to God.
Download and enjoy.

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Thursday, June 18, 2020

[Music] Young Fresh Ft Greezbeat _ Emotions





Young Fresh Ft Greezbeat _ Emotions
New emotional sound as the name (title) implies "EMOTIONS" from two talented artist, "Young Fresh & Greezbeat".

Young Fresh is a talented upcoming artist with a zeal to take the game higher, Greezbeat is an exceptional producer who cooked this particular track "Emotions". 
Watch out for these two artis, download and enjoy.

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[Music] Young Fresh _ Surrender




Young Fresh _ Surrender
Nigerian most talented singer and song writer form Jos "Victor Joe" beeter know by his stage name "Young Fresh" who happens to be the CEO of YFB empire record dishes out his new anticipated single titled "Surrender", Promoted by Naijamp3. Download and enjoy.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

New Release - Tez J _ For You




Tez J _ For You, Nigerian Music.
New song from Tez J now available everywhere.
Download and enjoy..

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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

[Music] Roland _ Accept




Roland _ Accept, Nigerian Music.
Following the release of "Fire" by this talented Nigerian upcoming artist, he proceed to release this soft tune titled "Accept". Download and enjoy.

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[Music] Roland _ Fire




Roland _ Fire
New Nigerian talented upcoming artist shows up with new unique tunes, he titled this one fire, go check out more of his track at Naijamp3 Tv. Download and enjoy.

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Friday, May 29, 2020

100 WAYS TO KNOW IF YOU ARE DATING YOUR BESTFRIEND

100 WAYS TO KNOW IF YOU ARE DATING YOUR BESTFRIEND.

Uncle Romanus, if you are still feeling shy to ask the conductor for your change when you're in a bus with bae, then you are not best friends at all, you're just two familiar people doing relationship.

Some uncles cannot even price meat and fish in the market with pride when aunty is around. Uncle will just be feeling all shy, trying to look like a gentleman in front of her. If this is you sir, take it from me, there is a big gap in your friendship with her, a very big gap that pretending to be friends cannot fill.

Let me tell you a true story that happened with me and my Bestie Choco.

Okay so, I was supposed to pick her up to go shopping. I got there, tried to order an Uber, and the taxi was taking forever to get there. 5minutes became 15minutes, then 30 minutes. We couldn't wait anymore seeing that the traffic was crazy outside. So we decided to take a bike(okada). We walked to the bus stop, I stopped a bike and asked him to take us to the next bustop just to escape the traffic so we can order another Uber. That was how the bike man said N500 for two of us, hiiiaaaaan, that was obviously hyped because I was standing with the most beautiful woman in the world, but beauty did not concern me, oga the price was too much, I told him to go. Aunty was standing there looking at me. Next bike came, gave me an even higher fare, I told him to
Au revoir. Then another, same thing. Aunty got tired of standing, no exaggerations, we stood there for over 30minutes, not because we couldn't find a bike, but because I did not gree, nobody can use fine girl to cheat me.

Choco baby grew tired of me. If you people like say I'm stingy that's your concern, I was fighting for my human right. 🤣🤣

Long story long, aunty vexed that I was pricing too much, but honestly the normal fare is just N150 to carry two persons, sheybi now you understand my Martin Luther King? 🤣

Next bike came, Choco did not even ask for the price, she just jumped on the bike and said "Uncle, no vex, when you finish meet me for front." You needed to see the way I flew ontop of that bike, afterall na she go pay, cos me I'm not ready to pay N500 for nothing, when the bike is not taking us on excursion. 🤣🤣

This was too extreme I know, but I was able to be that open because I was with someone who has seen me finish, at this point of our beautiful friendship I can say that pretending to each other is at owners risk.

Friendship is the biggest part of marriage, if you two must make it in this business, sorry I mean this marriage covenant, then you have to marry your friend. Not a familiar face, not a colleague in purpose, but a friend. A friend who you are comfortable around no matter where you are. A friend in whose presence you can conveniently bargain your change from the bike man unashamed. I know uncles who will stop a cab and agree on any fare without bargaining because they are with aunty, the gentleman in them will shoot out once our sister is around. Even when the taxi man is asking for more than usual, you'll still hear uncle say "let's go Baby, it's okay."

No, we are not going anywhere, oga if you no gree N150 then move, you are not the only taxi on the road. Sometimes even when he agrees to the fair you will still swallow spit and say "oga, N100 nko? Na just the next junction we dey go." Until the taxi man will swear for you and speed off. 😂 Wait, if you don't have a girl who can prize things in the market uncle you are still single and fluctuating.

Aunty if you cannot fart in his face and apologize then its obvious you have trust issues. If you have not done messing competition before you're not real friends. Sometimes it's as simple as buying a sanitary pad in front of Uncle, some aunties are soo shy to even mention that they are on their period, let alone buy a pad when he is around. It has nothing to do with your spirituality Sir, Ma, that brother is not your best friend, simple.

There are so many ways to check the level of FRIENDSHIP in your relationship and marriage.

If you have not taken crazy selfies at the mall without feeling awkward with people looking at you like joli-just-com.

If the two of you cannot slap a soldier and run away.

If you cannot lap eachother in a bus. Some people are even too shy to eat together by the road side. Everyday you want to do chicken and chips N5000, when a balanced diet from Mama Sukura is only N500. You think you are doing me?

Have you two tried eating roasted corn on the road before?

Play loud music in the car and sing along?

Missed him so much that you call when you're out with your friends and put the phone on speaker for the whole squad to talk to him one by one?

Aunty, If you still have the mind and patience to edit your photos before sending them to boo, you need deliverance from chronic pretentism.

See guys, I'm just trying to make you find friendship in usual everyday things we can relate with. It's so important that we get this right.

Take this love exercise:

This new month, get a pen and a paper and write down all the things you have done together as friends and match them against all the things you haven't done yet, then, GET YOURSELVES TO WORK ON IT, alright.

#allisonhyacintho

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Guidelines for School Resumption


The Federal Government says it is thinking of sectionalising classes for primary, secondary, and tertiary institutions in the country ahead of school reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, stated this on Wednesday during a briefing by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 in Abuja.

The minister, who faulted the reports that schools would reopen in the country on June 8, said the government could not afford to take any costly risk, especially as it regards the safety of pupils and students in the country.

He said, “Until we are sure these children can go to school, return safely and not bring up with them COVID-19 and infect people who are more susceptible than they are, then we are running a huge risk and God forbid, in our hurry, something happens to our children, I am not sure how anybody will be able to retrieve what has been lost.”

Nwajiuba said the ministry was being guided by the advice of experts including those of the World Health Organisation, noting that the decision to reopen schools would be carefully arrived at because education is on the concurrent list of the Nigerian Constitution

He appealed to private owners of schools to co-operate with the government in ensuring a safe reopening.

“We are going to publish a specification on what we expect COVID-19 or post-COVID-19 reopening to look like. We are not talking about coping with COVID-19 but in spite of COVID-19, we expect that we will adapt.

“For a country that has over 115,000 primary schools, you will understand that 35,000 of these who are private must agree to set up the same standard in other to allow children to go in.


“We may have classes in the morning and classes in the afternoon so that we will have the whole of the infrastructure divided, provided they can serve us. I am not sure we will have classes at night. But we can do with morning and afternoon for now,” he explained

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Governor Ayade, the Indaboski of Cross River State Kills A mighty Iguana


Earlier in  May 27 2020 at the land preparation site for Cross River State demonstration farm at the Ayade Industrial Park, Calabar.

The Governor of the state   killed an  Iguana

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Madagascar: Use of COVID Organics expands


In addition to the COVID Organics (CVO), already marketed in the form of herbal tea, a new injectable solution of the same product is under clinical trials in Madagascar, according to the country's president.
Andry Rajoelina said on Monday his government was already collaborating with foreign doctors and researchers on the matter, looking at alternative research possibilities but still on the trail of the Artemisia plant -- the main component of CVO.
"A pharmaceutical factory will be set up within a month to increase the production capacity of COVID Organics. It will be administered in other forms such as injections," Rajoelina said on Twitter.
Last month, Rajoelina officially launched the CVO, a herbal concoction claiming that it can prevent and cure patients suffering from the novel coronavirus. The drug was developed by the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research.
But, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned against any self-medication and said that it has not recommended any medicine as a cure for the COVID-19.
Known under the scientific name of Artemesia Annua, the plant of Chinese origin was first imported to Madagascar in the 1970s to treat malaria.
According to Rajoelina, Madagascar produces 3,000 tons of Artemisia every year.

No exports
"From now on, we will no longer export Artemisia. But, we will proceed with the transformation of this plant on our own territory," he said.
The new form of CVO will easily reach other countries in Europe and on other continents, according to Rajoelina.
Meanwhile, CVO in the form of herbal tea continues to be distributed in Madagascar.
"I encourage Malagasy farmers to cultivate Artemisia in order to increase our production capacity amounting to 3,000 tons per year. The value in tonnes of Artemisia is $3,000 vs $350 for rice," Rajoelina said.
Madagascar has donated CVO, which is claimed to cure the COVID-19 to several African countries.
The country has confirmed 149 COVID-19 cases so far, with no deaths and 99 recoveries, according to figures compiled by the US-based Johns Hopkins University.
Rajoelina has also extended a state of emergency in the country put in place against the virus.

Saturday, May 2, 2020

Access Bank sacks 800 workers, slashes others salaries by 40% After donating N1bn to FG,


Access Bank sacks 800 workers, slashes others salaries by 40% after donating 1billion naira to FG
 Barely few weeks after donating one Billion naira as a part of her support to the fight against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, Access Bank on thursday sacked several workers and slashed salaries of retained staff. It was gathered that about 800 workers were secretly dismissed across branches within the country with singular reason of not not needing their services any further. Mouthpiece NGR learnt most of these affected comprises of contract staff, office assistants, drivers, front desk tellers,  account and clearing support staff, customer service officers and marketing associates. The salaries of retained staff were equally slashed between 20%-40% and per the management level of every staff. According to a source, Access bank, rather like other banks face threat of rising bad debt levels thanks to crash in oil prices which also coincided with the Covid-19 pandemic that has halted business activities. Another undisclosed source however said the exercise was supported the result of recent staff appraisals which set a baseline to assess staff performance. it’s a usual practice where people who did not meet some key performance indicators and a score card spelt out at the start of the year are temporarily or permanently relieved of their jobs.

Types Of Quotients (IQ, EQ, AQ, SQ) and their functions

Types Of Quotients (IQ, EQ, AQ, SQ) and their functions

The types of intelligence*
*Intelligence Quotient (IQ)*
*Emotional Quotient (EQ)*
*Social Quotient (SQ)*
*Love Quotient (LQ)*
1. *Intelligence Quotient (IQ)*: this is the measure of your comprehension ability", solve maths; memorize things and recall subject matters.
*2. Emotional Quotient (EQ)*: this is the measure of your ability to maintain peace with others; keep to time; be responsible; be honest; respect boundaries; be humble, genuine and considerate.
3. *Social Quotient (SQ):* this is the measure of your ability to build a network of friends and maintain it over a long period of time.
People that have higher EQ and SQ tend to go farther in life than those with high IQ but low EQ and SQ. Most schools capitalize on improving IQ levels while EQ and SQ are played down.
A man of high IQ can end up being employed by a man of high EQ and SQ even though he has an average IQ.
Your EQ represents your character; your SQ represents your charisma. Give in to habits that will improve these three Qs, but more especially your EQ and SQ.
EQ and SQ make one manage better than the other.
Pls don't teach and encourage the IQ of children only, also develop their EQ and SQ.
Now there is a 4th one :
A new paradigm
4. *The Adversity Quotient (AQ)*: the measure of your ability to go through a rough patch in life and come out without losing your mind.
AQ determines who will give up in face of troubles, who will abandon their family or who will consider suicide.
5.*Love Quotient (LQ)* :This quotient as propounded by Jack Ma, is the intelligence that will drive the next generation. It appeals to the affective domain which drives the psychomotor into creating things out of genuine love to help others.

*To parents*
Expose children to other areas of life than academics. They should adore manual work (never use work as a form of punishment), sport and art. Develop their EQ, SQ, and AQ. They should become multifaceted human beings able to do things independently of the parents.
Finally, do not prepare the road for the children, Prepare the children for the road.
Have a nice day.

Best Doctor.

Best Doctor.
This Doctor injected this baby three times and the baby kept smiling

Friday, May 1, 2020

[Music] Raybekah _ Gimme Vibe



Raybekah _ Gimme Vibe, Nigerian Music. 
Popular talented Lagos based female artist "Raybekah" releases the long anticipated GIMME VIBE, click to fast download and enjoy, it's really a vibe 💃.... 

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Corona Virus Questions and Answers

What is a coronavirus?

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are known to cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

What is a novel coronavirus?

A novel coronavirus (CoV) is a new strain of coronavirus that has not been previously identified in humans.

Can humans become infected with a novel coronavirus of animal source?

Detailed investigations found that SARS-CoV was transmitted from civet cats to humans in China in 2002 and MERS-CoV from dromedary camels to humans in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Several known coronaviruses are circulating in animals that have not yet infected humans. As surveillance improves around the world, more coronaviruses are likely to be identified.

What are the symptoms of someone infected with a coronavirus?

It depends on the virus, but common signs include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.

Can coronaviruses be transmitted from person to person?

Yes, some coronaviruses can be transmitted from person to person, usually after close contact with an infected patient, for example, in a household workplace, or health care centre.

Is there a vaccine for a novel coronavirus?

When a disease is new, there is no vaccine until one is developed. It can take a number of years for a new vaccine to be developed.

Is there a treatment for a novel coronavirus?

There is no specific treatment for disease caused by a novel coronavirus. However, many of the symptoms can be treated and therefore treatment based on the patient’s clinical condition. Moreover, supportive care for infected persons can be highly effective.

What can I do to protect myself?

Standard recommendations to reduce exposure to and transmission of a range of illnesses include maintaining basic hand and respiratory hygiene, and safe food practices  and avoiding close contact, when possible, with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.

Are health workers at risk from a novel coronavirus?

Yes, they can be, as health care workers come into contact with patients more often than the general public WHO recommends that health care workers consistently apply appropriate

What WHO recommendations for countries?

WHO encourages all countries to enhance their surveillance for severe acute respiratory infections (SARI), to carefully review any unusual patterns of SARI or pneumonia cases and to notify WHO of any suspected or confirmed case of infection with novel coronavirus.
Countries are encouraged to continue strengthening their preparedness for health emergencies in line with the International Health Regulations (2005).

Where can I find more information about known coronaviruses?


OMG 😱... Brisco Explained what he meant by UMU ALELE in his latest song titled ON GOD FT Meddy.


OMG 😱... Brisco Explained what he meant by UMU ALELE in his latest song titled ON GOD FT Meddy.

The Nigerian benue based indigenous rapper Brisco explain what he meant by "Inspiration the come if i take Umu & Alele", he explained this when the CEO of Naijamp3 (Godwin Erenje) questioned him publicly on facebook, he commented and said 👇 

"Baba when I take that Umu & Alele bar, the way the umu the flow for my body determines how my lyrics flow too and the Alele brings energy".

See post screenshots below 👇 



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Thursday, April 30, 2020

Trump Vs Obama Rap Challenge

Trump Vs Obama Rap Challenge

Covid 19 tournament 2020

 Covid 19 tournament 2020

This Covid19 tournament is becoming interesting..... Lagos always scoring the highest goal and points.  I doubt if Kano club will overtake FCT club to climb second position. Anambra club, IMO club, Ebonyi, Adamawa, Abia, Enugu, Yobe, Nasarawa, Bayelsa and Benue FC  are all struggling for relegation.
Then Kogi FC and Cross River FC are yet to be promoted to participate in the Covid19 tournament.

Note!
Cross River FC may not attain promotion requirements as her coach, Governor Ayade seem not to cooperate with NCDC.
And it's paining them 😆 😆 😆

@Bobfred's analysis ⛹️‍♂️
Ibobo, FredaIine Bobfred

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

10 ways to find love, be in love and remain in love.

Sir. Princewill  ODIDI
10 ways to find love, be in love and remain in love. 

1. Relationships works better when a man loves his wife and not vice versa. The male has an inbuilt ability to love his wife, and women have an inbuilt ability to be submissive when shown true love. A woman is an embodiment of love, stored and preserved for a good man. A man who finds a wife finds a good thing as the bible states, but have a divine responsibility to cultivate this hidden treasure embedded in the woman’s bosom. A man’s ability to cultivate his wife’s hidden feelings is the bases of love. A man who steps out to say” my wife does not love me”, is rather at fault. Women are created to react not to act. Men are rather created to act. 

2. The first step to find love is to be yourself at all times. Being yourself at all times will lead you to the spouse who will love you for what you truly are. Tradition holds it that you can only find a good spouse in the church or religious places. This is far from the truth. Most people have found true love in churches, others in clubs, some on social media. Don’t create limitations on where you can find true love. The man or woman that will admire you may do that in a place never expected.  Why most people find it hard to find true love is that when they meet an opposite partner, they start with pretense, trying to show the best side about themselves. This approach does not work well for lasting love. You can lure your spouse to falling in love with the false you, but whenever he discovers who you truly are it affects his affection for you. Some have argued that true love starts with friendship, likeness and love. Friendship is essential in true relationships because that’s the only pillar that holds a lasting relationship in the long run.


 3. Excellent communication comes with Joy in a relationship.  True lasting love comes with the ability to maintain good communication with your spouse. Again, when communicating with your spouse at the start of your relationship always be yourself. Poor communication in some marriages and in some cultures is promoted as being manly. Men in some cultures prefer to be feared rather than being respected.  Some cultures assume that being gentle towards your spouse is a sign of weakness. Some of these cultures assume that being a man is being hard and difficult. Being hard and difficult towards your spouse can lead to him or her being respectful and fearful, but it kills true love and genuine affection. True love comes with unconditional humility towards each other in a relationship.  If you are used to abusive language maintain it. A spouse that will love you truly will laugh over your bad and abusive language rather than finding it offensive. True love sees no wrong. Don’t try to act love, true love comes from the mind. Attempting to create conversations makes your partner board, but being yourself when you have conversations makes your spouse comfortable and opens up to you. Good communication is essential for true love. Communication is the spice of a lasting relationship.

 4. You have peace of mind if you learn to be comfortable with your spouse habits.  Let your spouse see your old ugly habits, let him or her react to it before you attempt to change if possible. If you are the type that keeps dishes undone, at the start of your search for true love, let your spouse notice that. Most people put up good habits whenever they have a new relationship. A habit is a habit. You may suppress a habit, but it will surely come up in due course when you least expect.

5. Those who have traits of forbearance usually do not attempt to change others. Don’t attempt to change your spouse. This usually is the first sign of failed relationships. No two people are the same. True love effects changes when due. Don’t create the habit of finding faults in your spouse. At the start a relationship, partners may take corrections with caution, but on the long run, it can be a turn off.

6. If you learn to show kindness to your spouse, you will adapt with his or her mannerism easily.  Understanding your spouse mannerism is essential for a true and lasting relationship. Understand your spouse dressing habit, eating habit, helps build true love. Learn to appreciate the weakness of your spouse before you think of criticizing him or her. Do not discuss anything negative about your spouse with your friends or colleagues. Whatever quarrels you have, try to resolve it among yourselves. The first step of a broken relationship is bringing in third parties.

 6. Goodness is an attribute you build over time. Good eye contacts builds better affection. Maintain eye contact whenever you are with your spouse. Eye contact is essential in the maintenance of true love. Don’t hold back vital information from your spouse. Let your spouse know and see the true side of you at all times.

 7. Faithfulness is paramount in any relationship. Cheating on your spouse can cause emotional stress and hatred for each other.  Spouses who cheats on each other find themselves growing apart. At a point, they tend to resent themselves.   Never assume the actions or inactions of your spouse. In most cases your assumptions may tend to add up, but may be wrong. If your spouse is fond of extending a good morning kiss to you every day, whenever it does not happen, never assume anything is wrong. Wrong assumptions about your spouse destroys trust and build up undue suspicion. Always give your spouse the benefits of doubts in all cases.

  8. One of the proven ways to enjoy your spouse company is showing acts of gentleness. If there is one person you should show gentleness towards it is your spouse.  True love enjoys each other’s company at all times. True love finds those things that keeps his or her partner happy and builds on it. If your partner enjoys good food, then improve on it. If your partner is neat, don’t overlook it, improve on your neatness as much as possible. If you operate joint financial accounts with your spouse, watch his reactions on how your funds are spent. Try to work with your spouse. Try to identify his strengths and weaknesses.

 9. Don’t bring in third parties to your relationship. Your spouse should be your best friend in good times and bad times. Whenever there is disagreement, if you cannot resolve it amicably, let the stronger accept the blame, establish peace and then attempt to bring it up again whenever you are in better mood.


 10. Let God have a place in your relationship. You may not be very religious, but spending time every morning with your spouse to say a short prayer can fix a lot of problems. Your spouse in some cases after morning prayers, may open up to talk about some stored grievances. Always show care and concern to your spouse.

If you are not married as a man and you are above thirty years old, start searching. You don’t need money to find true love. A woman who loves at nothing, will love you in plenty. True love sometimes is said to be blind.

The author, Princewill Odidi is a Social and Political Commentator who resides in the United states .([email protected])

Monday, April 27, 2020

ADDRESS BY H.E. MUHAMMADU BUHARI, PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ON THE CUMULATIVE LOCKDOWN ORDER OF LAGOS AND OGUN STATES AS WELL AS THE FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ON COVID- 19 PANDEMIC AT THE STATE HOUSE, ABUJA, MONDAY, 27th APRIL, 2020.

ADDRESS BY H.E. MUHAMMADU BUHARI, PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ON THE CUMULATIVE LOCKDOWN ORDER OF LAGOS AND OGUN STATES AS WELL AS THE FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ON COVID- 19 PANDEMIC AT THE STATE HOUSE, ABUJA, MONDAY, 27th APRIL, 2020.
  1. Fellow Nigerians
  2. I will start by commending you all for the resilience and patriotism that you have shown in our collective fight against the biggest health challenge of our generation.
  3. As at yesterday, 26th April 2020, some 3 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been recorded globally with about 900,000 recoveries. Unfortunately, some 200,000 people have passed away as a result of this pandemic.
  4. The health systems and economies of many nations continue to struggle as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
  5. Nigeria continues to adapt to these new global realities on a daily basis. Today, I will present the facts as they are and explain our plans for the coming months fully aware that some key variables and assumptions may change in the coming days or weeks.
  6. Exactly two weeks ago, there were 323 confirmed cases in 20 States and the Federal Capital Territory.
  7. As at this morning, Nigeria had recorded 1,273 cases across 32 States and the FCT. Unfortunately, this includes 40 deaths.
  8. I am using this opportunity to express our deepest condolences to the families of all Nigerians that have lost their loved ones as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is our collective loss and we share your grief.
  9. Initial models predicted that Nigeria will record an estimated 2,000 confirmed cases in the first month after the index case.
  10. This means that despite the increase in the number of confirmed cases recorded in the past two weeks, the measures we have put in place thus far have yielded positive outcomes against the projections.
  11. The proportion of cases imported from other countries has reduced to only 19% of new cases, showing that our border closures yielded positive results. These are mostly fellow Nigerians returning through our land borders. We will continue to enforce land border arrival protocols as part of the containment strategy.
  12. Today, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has accredited 15 laboratories across the country with an aggregate capacity to undertake 2,500 tests per day across the country.
  13. Based on your feedback, Lagos State Government and the FCT with support from NCDC have established several sample collection centers. They are also reviewing their laboratory testing strategy to further increase the number of tests they can perform including the accreditation of selected private laboratories that meet the accreditation criteria.
  14. Several new fully equipped treatment and isolation centres have been operationalised across the country thereby increasing bed capacity to about three thousand.
  15. I commend the State Governors for the activation of State-level Emergency Operation Centres, establishment of new treatment centres and the delivery of aggressive risk communication strategies.
  16. Over 10,000 healthcare workers have been trained. For their protection, additional personal protective equipment have been distributed to all the states.
  17. Although we have experienced logistical challenges, we remain committed to establishing a solid supply chain process to ensure these heroic professionals can work safely and are properly equipped.
  18. In keeping with our Government’s promise to improve the welfare of healthcare workers, we have signed a memorandum of understanding on the provision of hazard allowances and other incentives with key health sector professional associations.
  19. We have also procured insurance cover for 5,000 frontline health workers. At this point, I must commend the insurance sector for their support in achieving this within a short period of time.
  20. Nigeria has also continued to receive support from the international community, multilateral agencies, the private sector and public-spirited individuals. This support has ensured that critical lifesaving equipment and materials, which have become scarce globally, are available for Nigeria through original equipment manufacturers and government-to-government processes.
  21. The distribution and expansion of palliatives which I directed in my earlier broadcast is still on-going in a transparent manner. I am mindful of the seeming frustration being faced by expectant citizens. I urge all potential beneficiaries to exercise patience as we continue to fine tune our logistical and distribution processes working with the State Governments.
  22. Our Security Agencies continue to rise to the challenge posed by this unusual situation. While we feel deeply concerned about isolated security incidents, I want to assure all Nigerians that your safety and security remain our primary concern especially in these difficult and uncertain times.
  23. As we focus on protecting lives and properties, we will not tolerate any human rights abuse by our security agencies. The few reported incidences are regrettable, and I want to assure you that the culprits will be brought to justice.
  24. I urge all Nigerians to continue to cooperate and show understanding whenever they encounter security agents. Furthermore, for their protection, I have instructed that the personnel of all the security agencies be provided with the necessary personal protective equipment against infection.
  25. As we continue to streamline our response in the centres of Lagos and the FCT, I am gravely concerned about the unfortunate developments in Kano in recent days. Although an in-depth investigation is still on-going, we have decided to deploy additional Federal Government manpower, material and technical resources to strengthen and support the State Government’s efforts, with immediate effect.
  26. In Kano, and indeed many other States that are recording new cases, preliminary findings show that such cases are mostly from interstate travel and emerging community transmission.
  27. Drawing from these, I implore all Nigerians to continue to adhere strictly to the advisories published by the Presidential Task Force and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.
  28. These include regular hand washing, physical distancing, wearing of face masks/coverings in public, avoidance of non-essential movement and travels and avoidance of large gatherings.
  29. Fellow Nigerians, for the past four weeks, most parts of our country have been under either Federal Government or State Government lockdown. As I mentioned earlier, these steps were necessary and overall, have contributed to slowing down the spread of COVID-19 in our country.
  30. However, such lockdowns have also come at a very heavy economic cost. Many of our citizens have lost their means of livelihood. Many businesses have shut down. No country can afford the full impact of a sustained lockdown while awaiting the development of vaccines.
  31. In my last address, I mentioned that Federal Government will develop strategies and policies that will protect lives while preserving livelihoods.
  32. In these two weeks, the Federal and State Governments have jointly and collaboratively worked hard on how to balance the need to protect health while also preserving livelihoods, leveraging global best practices while keeping in mind our peculiar circumstances.
  33. We assessed how our factories, markets, traders and transporters can continue to function while at the same time adhering to NCDC guidelines on hygiene and social distancing.
  34. We assessed how our children can continue to learn without compromising their health.
  35. We reviewed how our farmers can safely plant and harvest in this rainy season to ensure our food security is not compromised. Furthermore, we also discussed how to safely transport food items from rural production areas to industrial processing zones and ultimately, to the key consumption centres.
  36. Our goal was to develop implementable policies that will ensure our economy continues to function while still maintaining our aggressive response to the COVID-19 pandemic. These same difficult decisions are being faced by leaders around the world.
  37. Based on the above and in line with the recommendations of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, the various Federal Government committees that have reviewed socio-economic matters and the Nigeria Governors Forum, I have approved a phased and gradual easing of lockdown measures in FCT, Lagos and Ogun States effective from Monday, 4th May, 2020.
  38. However, this will be followed strictly with aggressive reinforcement of testing and contact tracing measures while allowing the restoration of some economic and business activities in certain sectors.
  39. Furthermore, new nationwide measures are to be introduced as follows;
a. There will be an overnight curfew from 8pm to 6am. This means all movements will be prohibited during this period except for essential services;
b. There will be a ban on non-essential inter-state passenger travel until further notice;
c. Partial and controlled interstate movement of goods and services will be allowed for the movement of goods and services from producers to consumers; and
d. We will strictly ensure the mandatory use of face masks or coverings in public in addition to maintaining physical distancing and personal hygiene. Furthermore, the restrictions on social and religious gatherings shall remain in place. State Governments, corporate organisations and philanthropists are encouraged to support the production of cloth masks for citizens.
  1. For the avoidance of doubt, the lockdown in the FCT, Lagos and Ogun States shall remain in place until these new ones come into effect on Monday, 4th May 2020.
  2. The Presidential Task Force shall provide sector specific details to allow for preparations by Governments, businesses and institutions.
  3. In respect to the above guidelines, State Governors may choose to adapt and expand based on their unique circumstances provided they maintain alignment with the guidelines issued above.
  4. To support our businesses and traders, the monetary and fiscal authorities shall deploy all the necessary provisions needed for production to continue and thus, jobs restored.
  5. These revised guidelines will not apply to Kano State.
  6. With regards to Kano, I have directed the enforcement of a total lockdown for a period of two weeks effective immediately. The Federal Government shall deploy all the necessary human, material and technical resources to support the State in controlling and containing the pandemic and preventing the risk of further spread to neighbouring States.
  7. I wish to once again, commend the frontline workers across the country who, on a daily basis, risk everything to ensure we win this fight. For those who got infected in the line of duty, rest assured that Government will do all it takes to support you and your families during this exceedingly difficult period. I will also take this opportunity to assure you all that your safety, wellbeing and welfare remain paramount to our Government.
  8. I will also recognise the support we have received from our traditional rulers, the Christian Association of Nigeria, the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and other prominent religious and community leaders. Your cooperation and support have significantly contributed to the successes we have recorded to date.
  9. I will urge you all to please continue to create awareness on the seriousness of the coronavirus among your worshippers and communities while appealing that they strictly comply with public health advisories.
  10. I also thank the Nigeria Governors’ Forum and the Presidential Task Force for all their hard work to date. Through this collaboration, I remain confident that success is achievable.
  11. I also wish to thank corporate organisations, philanthropists, the UN system, the European Union, friendly nations, the media and other partners that have taken up the responsibility of supporting our response.
  12. And finally, I will thank all Nigerians again for your patience and cooperation during this difficult and challenging period. I assure you that government shall continue to take all necessary measures to protect the lives and livelihoods of our citizens and residents.
  13. I thank you for listening and may God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Saturday, April 25, 2020

E-lecture Portal For State Own Tertiary Institutions Approved in Lagos State

E-lecture portal for tertiary institutions approved in Lagos State 
The Lagos government has approved special e-portals that may allow the state tertiary institutions to commence online lectures as a part of measures to cut back the impact of Coronavirus on education. The seven schools that are expected to profit from the initiative are: Lagos State University (LASU), Lagos State Polytechnic, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Michael Otedola College of Primary Education, Lagos State University College of medication(LASUCOM), Lagos College of Health Technology and Lagos State College of Nursing and Midwifery. Governor Sanwo-Olu approved the virtual classes to make sure physical distancing among students and their lecturers. Read Also: Nigeria’s COVID-19 Cases Exceed 1,000 As NCDC Confirms 114 More Infections in line with the govt., the move also will help within the maintenance of the state’s tertiary academic calendar despite lockdown occasioned by the pandemic. All students were, therefore, advised to maximise the unique opportunity to stay themselves engaged while the pandemic lasts. 

Friday, March 27, 2020

Fidelity Bank Staff Tests Positive For Coronavirus


Fidelity Bank Staff Tests Positive For Coronavirus


A Fidelity Bank staff who recently returned from a trip to the United Kingdom has tested positive for COVID-19 as confirmed in a statement released by the bank.

Though the Fidelity Bank staff who tested positive for coronavirus has not been at the bank’s facility as he has been self-isolating since he returned to the country, he however brought some consignments for two of his colleagues which were delivered to them individually.

The bank staff who received consignments from the coronavirus patient, have been made to self-isolate and the office where they work has been temporarily closed. No customer was identified in the contact tracing that was carried out.

A statement released by the bank’s divisional head for brand and communications, Charles Aigbe reads;


The bank said it is carrying out other measures like reducing the number of staff expected to report physically at work and number of customers allowed at a time in the banking hall to a maximum of five to curb the spread of the virus.