Two elderly love birds who have been together for 53 years has refused celeberate their wedding anniversary. with in a romantic pose.
The lovely shoot was taken by Olere Photography.
Two elderly love birds who have been together for 53 years has refused celeberate their wedding anniversary. with in a romantic pose.
The lovely shoot was taken by Olere Photography.
Below are words Nigerians use that don’t exist in the English dictionary:
1. Go-slow: When Nigerians say go-slow, they mean congested traffic, which is wrong. The meaning of go-slow in the English dictionary is, a form of industrial action in which work or progress is deliberately delayed or slowed down.
2. Disvirgin: This word is used on a daily basis by many Nigerians when they intend to say a woman has lost her virginity. There is no word like disvirgin. The correct word to use is deflower. Disvirgin simply does not exist.
3. Trafficate: Nigerians use the word to describe a situation where a driver indicates to other drivers that he/she wants to take a turn. It is used so often, that it has started to sound like proper English.
4. Flashing: Every Nigerian knows “flashing” to mean when someone calls your mobile phone and cuts off before you answer. The word ‘flash’ is so common among Nigerians and its used at least once daily by many. Flash has different meanings but none has anything to do with a phone call. The word doesn’t exist in that sense in English.
5. Installmentally: Don’t be tempted to use the word ‘installmentally’. Though it sounds correct, it isn’t. There is no such word in the English dictionary as it exists only in the Nigerian edition of English language. The correct thing to say is ‘in installments’.
6. Opportuned: What exists in English dictionaries is ‘opportune,’ without ‘d’ at the end. Opportune means ‘timely’ or ‘well-time, especially convenient or appropriate for a particular action or event. Opportuned is only common in Nigerian English.
7. Cunny: This is a word which Nigerians use to describe someone that is being deceitful or crafty. The right word is cunning not cunny.
8. Next tomorrow: Most Nigerians generally use “next tomorrow” but there is not such word as next tomorrow. Instead you should say, “a day after tomorrow.”
9. Packer: Nigerians probably got the word from pack. The right word is dustpan. Since dustpan packs dirt, Nigerians like to call it packer.
10. Pepperish: It is common to hear Nigerians describe a meal that has too much pepper in it as pepperish. The proper word should be ‘peppery’. No native English speaker uses the word pepperish” to describe the burning sensation we feel from eating pepper.
Here are four things you need to know before proceeding to register your details. VISIT SITE HERE
The main registration area is divided into 4 sections
1. Personal Details: This is where you put your name, state of origin and other biodata
2. Account Information: Here, you will need a functional email address, National Identification Number and a mobile number
3. Education background
4. Employment (unemployment history).
The documents required for upload are
Passport photographs (Recent)
Curriculum Vitae (Pdf format only)
The famous and iconic three wise men which are always spotted at the entrance of the commercial city of Lagos, were on Saturday seen around Oshodi, Ikeja and other area of Lagos this morning.
It was gathered that they were creating awareness for the Lagos at 50 celebrations.
See more photos below;
In an interview with Media Room Hub, Tonto described how she was humiliated, physically abused and cheated on by Olakunle Churchill, her estranged husband.
She further revealed that the Nigerian Embassy in Ghana has n*de photos/videos of her showing injuries she sustained from physical abuse she suffered in the hands of her husband after she had ran to them during one of their fights in Ghana.
She debunked rumours that she smoked while breastfeeding her baby. She also said that rumours alleging that she pushed her mother-inlaw causing her bodily harm was false.
Tonto also said two women have contacted her that they have kids for her husband.
She also said she is aware that Rosy Meurer is the reason Churchill abandoned her and his son, while also revealing that Rosy has been sleeping with her husband. She also revealed that her husband bought Rosy her birthday car gift.
Watch video below from 15:00 :
Culled from : Tori News
Nigerian rich kids are known to live a life of affluence which at times their super rich fathers do not have the time to enjoy. They travel in private jets, go on yachts, holiday in choice places and shares those moments on social media. We share some of the moments of these super rich kids with you.
Adama Indimi is the beautiful daughter of Maiduguri based billionaire, Alhaji Mohammed Indimi, who is also General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida’s in-law. She was once touted to be in a relationship with Nigerian music star D’banj. She is currently on Summer break in London.
She is championing a campaign on sickle cell.
She is another of Borno state born billionaire children. Hauwa runs an online boutique called House of Hauwa, Boca Raton in Florida. She loves looking good and also the good things of life.
Temi Otedola is one of the daughters of billionaire oil magnate Femi Otedola. Unlike her sisters who are into music, Temi is into the fashion industry. Her father’s wealth affords her the opportunity of attending the biggest fashion shows across the globe.
Lifestyle of Nigerian rich kids (photos)
Temi an friend Simi in Rio for summer holiday
She also runs JTO fashion blog. She is currently on summer break in Rio.
She is the most popular of the Otedola’s children. This may be because of her choice of career Deejaying. Florence Otedola popularly known as DJ Cuppy is played at ig profile events because of her father’s influence. Like her younger sister Temi, Cuppy also love touring the globe. She recently went on tor of African countries playing music.
Cuppy lives in London, she recently moved in to a new apartment on East Londonfrom New York City where she was formerly based. She is presently enjoying her summer holiday in Ibiza, an autonomous community of Spain.
Aside the fact that Davido is a singer, he was born to a billionaire father as David Adeleke and this also helped his musical career tremendously. For his music tour alone or with his label mates Davido travels in his father’s private jets. If that is not available he travels business class.
His garage is filled with state-of-the-art-cars.
Zahra Buhari and dad President Muhammadu Buhari
She is the most vocal and visible of all President Muhammadu Buhari’s children. She runs the government of Nigeria with her father and mother as an added voice representing the youth.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has announced that students will no longer be able to secure admission into higher institutions while awaiting their O’level results.
JAMB said this was part of its restructuring in preparation for the 2017 UTME higher institution examination.
This means candidates must sit and obtain the results of either West African Examination Council school examination, WAEC, or National Examination Council, NECO, before admission.
The board said this will keep candidates from taking the slots they do not qualify for.
JAMB also introduced a fourth choice of school, but said candidates can apply to only one government-owned university.
In a statement by its spokesperson, JAMB also announced the introduction of fourth choice of higher institution during application by candidates.
Read the full statement below:
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has concluded all restructuring, transformation, reforms and other preparation for the 2017 UTME and is now set to commence the sale of its application document in March, 2017.
We sincerely appreciate the patience exhibited by Nigerians in allowing us take time to add value to the services we have been offering to Nigerians for over three decades.
Because we need a different and progressive result that will position Nigerian educational system in an enviable height in the comity of nations, then we must do things differently. The Board is poised to see that a reasonable percentage of candidates who take this examination and are qualified find placement in tertiary institutions.
In the cause of conducting admission exercise, many institutions have admitted candidates on merit only for them to discover that such candidates do not have qualified O’levels results or the right combination for admission and had to delete and start the process all over again. With this, they would have denied other qualified candidates the opportunities for admissions.
This we are addressing by ensuring that no candidate is henceforth recommended without his O’levels result being supplied. To achieve this, JAMB will insist that candidates supply their result on its website during registration or later, but before admissions commences for them to be considered for admissions. We believe this will allow only qualified candidates to be considered for admissions.
We have designed a Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS) where the Board will interface with the institutions and ensure the compliance of this reform. The summary is that no candidate will be admitted with awaiting result. Candidates and their parents are also to note that the Board has restructured the registration platform to allow for only one choice of Public University. The new registration platform will now be first choice, second choice, third choice and fourth choice and not most preferred, preferred etc as it was.
Candidates’ first choice can be a College, University, Innovative Enterprises Institutions or Polytechnic/Monotechnic. However, if a candidate makes a Public University his first choice, he will not have any public University to choose for 2nd, 3rd and 4th choice. He will have on the remaining three choices, a College, a Polytechnic, Private University and IEI’S. However, candidates for the 2017 UTME can now select NCE (College) or ND (Polytechnic/Monotechnic) as their 1st choice up to 3rd choice and the 4th IEI. They can select the IEI (Innovative Enterprise Institution, ND) as their 1st choice up to the 4th choice, but can only pick a public university once.
This restructuring is to expand the opportunities available to candidates as almost all the public universities do not consider candidates on the second choice list because they hardly exhaust their first choice.
The registration of UTME this year will go side by side with the Direct Entry and during registration, candidates 10 fingeare to be captured using Biometric Verification Machine (BVN).
Again, we want to inform candidates that no cyber café will be registering candidates for our examination. On no account should any candidate patronize any cybercafé for our registration. It is important to note that the Board will not deploy the use of any scratch card for the 2017 UTME registration exercise.
The banker takes home whopping N117m Annually, that is N484,931 daily.
Sola David-Borha resigned her appointment as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC late January and became Chief Executive Officer, Rest of Africa, Standard Bank Group. Stanbic IBTC Holdings is a member of Standard Bank Group.
Until January this year, Sola was the Chief Executive Officer, Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc. – a full service financial services Group with subsidiaries in Commercial Banking, Investment Banking, Pension and Non-Pension Asset Management and Stockbroking.
A few days ago, she was appointed Chief Executive Officer, Rest of Africa, Standard Bank Group.
Stanbic IBTC Holdings is a member of Standard Bank Group.
We love how Sola has grown organically in her career, destroying every barrier along the way.
Prior to 2007, when it was acquired by Standard Bank Group, Sola worked as an Executive Director at IBTC Chartered Bank Plc.
She served as Chief Executive of Stanbic IBTC Bank (a product of the merger) from May 2011 to November 2012. She also served as Deputy Chief Executive of the Bank and Head of Investment Banking Coverage Africa (excluding South Africa).
Between 1984 – 1989, Sola worked in the Credit and Marketing department of NAL Merchant Bank Plc.
With an extensive experience in the financial industry, she has proven that she can steer her organisation to even greater heights.
Sola holds a B.Sc. Economics degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, and an MBA from Manchester Business School, United Kingdom. Her executive educational experience includes the Advanced Management Programme of the Harvard Business School. She is also a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIBN) and currently the Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG).
She is also a member – Governing Council of the Redeemer’s University of Nigeria (RUN), and an associate Pastor at RCCG, City of David Parish.
In 2016, Sola was singled out as the All Africa Business Woman of the Year at the All Africa Business Leaders Awards in Partnership with CNBC Africa.
• Love is too weak a word for what I feel for you. One life is too small a time to express how madly I am in love with you.
• Even though Valentine’s day costs a lot more with a girlfriend, you are the one girl in this world who is totally worth it.
• Falling in love is like looking at the stars. If you pick one out of the billions and stare at it long enough all the others will melt away.
• A day without you in my life should never come and even if it does, let that be the last day of my life.
• A day without you is a day without sun, a night without you is a night without moon; a life without you is a life without life.
• I do not think often, I do not think much, but when I do, I think of you only.
• Sending you a load of kisses, a ton of hugs and all the love in this world on Valentine’s Day.
• You walked in, and the sun broke through the clouds. Suddenly, life was worth living, and it became this big adventure. Thank you for being part of my life.
• Curved high on a mountain, covered deep in dew, I saw these words… I LOVE YOU!
• Every moment I am not without you, my tears fill the ocean blue.
• God has created you only for me, because he knows no one can love you more than me!
• I am lucky to have a girlfriend who is beautiful, fun, smart, and crazy enough to go out with me.
• I am wondering how I got so lucky to have you as a girlfriend.
• Your smile sets my heart on fire.
• I have seen angels in the sky, I have seen snowfall in July, I have seen stars falling apart, but I haven’t seen anyone like you.
• No other relationship in my life could compare to the love we share. I’m enamored by your tender touch and your ravishing romance. Happy Valentine’s Day to my amazing love!
• You are a haven for my heart, a refuge for my soul.
• I consider myself to be the luckiest woman on this Earth and it’s only because I have found the most precious jewel of this world. It’s you, my love. You are the only thing that looks good on me.
• I couldn’t think of anything better to write in your card than the truth. I love you!
• I love my life because it gave me you. I love you because you are my life.
Source: Wishes & Quotes
Nowadays, couples tend to overlook that things are not going so well in their relationship. They face the fact that they need to draw a line between determination and desperation. You cannot make a partner care unless they want to by heart. If you started to wonder how you can make them care so the relationship could work, you’ve already come to the stage where your partner doesn’t care about any of it.
There is absolutely no use losing yourself in the process of loving another. It can happen that you may never regain yourself. It’s the same to them when you tell them how happy they make you and when you tell them they don’t.
1. They are too busy to give you time
Partners always give each other time in a relationship. In that way they show their care and love for each other.
2. They are indecisive
They keep playing the cat and mouse game: just when you give up, they are all into the relationship; when you call it quits, they start thinking of getting back together.
3. They make themselves the focus of attention
You always make sure your partner’s needs and desires etc. are met with accordingly, but that leaves little or no room for you and all you do for them in their ‘me-world’.
4. They put the blame on you
You’ve probably noticed that even though it’s not your fault, you partner manages to blame you for little things and big things in everyday life.
5. They treat you arrogantly
Treating others below you is a really bad thing, so if your partner acts in such a way where they use their high rank, charm or power to bring you down in any way then they do not care enough to protect your feelings.
6. Being disrespectful to you
What’s important to you and holds some special value, ought to be respected and cared for by those around you.
7. They are non-supportive
There is no good in being with someone who does not have your back.
8. They treat you like an outsider
You are with them, but they somehow manage to make you feel like an outsider.
9. They make you feel worthless
If your partner makes you feel like you cannot say or do anything right, do you really think they would act in such a way if they actually cared about how your relationship is progressing or should progress?
10. Their apologies do not mean anything
Your partner will commit the same things they would later be sorry for, but they actually aren’t.
11. They try to change you
If your partner cares about you, they would never try to change you, but a careless partner makes you change yourself in so many ways, you feel exhausted.
12. All sex, no love
You know when your partner literally stops caring about the relationship when they do not pay any attention to your actual feelings and respect you deserve from them.
13. They start cheating on you
Loyalty in a relationship is really important. If your partner actually cares about taking the relationship to a serious level, they will never cheat on you.
14. No efforts made to protect you
If your partner does not show any interest in saving you or not even asking you what you are going through, they do not care anymore.
15. They do not bother remembering what you say
When we really care about the person speaking, we listen to them, but when we do not care, we are just hearing.
16. They make you cry more than often
When your partner hurts you and makes you cry then does not even come and make sure you are okay, then you should ask yourself: Do I want to be with someone like that?
17. They have it all to themselves
Whether it’s going out on a Saturday night or planning a trip with friends together, when your partner doesn’t pay much heed into being with you and at least trying to maintain the relationship with you, they’ll keep all the good stuff for themselves and not bother including you in any of it.
18. They have commitment issues
It isn’t always you in a relationship. It’s also what the other person wants. If your partner has fear committing to a relationship, then you should start thinking about where that relationship is going.