Sunday, 4 October 2015

Angelic Aproko's Diaries: (Kamal the Chief Mixology Officer- CMO)

Chei ! Chei !!! Chei !!!, wetin eye no go see for dis life wey we dey so?...
Na je je I bin dey so, wey I decide to waka go church before some people use style label me DEVIL PIKIN. I enter inside my suit go the nearest church wey get plenty mansions to look at, becos as bible don talk am so, "In my father's house, there are plenty mansions dia?" No ask me where dat one dey oh, na pastor wey dey disturb us for early momo dey talk dat one oh.
After praise and worship, the part wey I enjoy pass as per say I dey check and balance various topography for choir dia.
Anyways make tori for no lost like meati nside soup, time for TESTIMONY reach oh! Everybody dey waka come drop tori for pulpit after dem finish, person for congregation go just shout "Praise da Lord" we sef go just answer "Halleluyah oh! ". Next thing wey I see na Kamoru, that jobless graduate wey sabi speak grammar enter stage with coat collect mic oh!
"Somebody praise! praise!! praise !!! da lord!!!" We sef join repete with am " Ha! Ha!! Halleluyah!!!". As per sharp guy wey me I be oh, I shine ears wan follow hear tori.
" Brethen! My name is Kamar Sebanjo, I just landed a job as a CMO of an international Hospitality concern around Lekki with a mouth watering pay". As interpreter wan talk hin look kamoru well well, na hin Kamoru rearrange himself explain, " Oh Sorry! My CMO means Chief Mixology Officer". Interpreter still no sabi wetin Kamoru dey talk hin just bang am for microphone say.."Ogbeni yi is ri ise Shey-e-Mo in ile ise itura kan e fi yin foluwa"
As bros finish dey waka na hin pastor collect mic follow join ginger as congregration dey clap, Kamoru no really go hin seat, hin waka towards toilet side na hin as sharp guy, me sef stand up go block am for dia.
As hin water toilet finish na hin I block am, " Kamoru! Which time you do naming turn yoursef to kamal wey u drop for pulpit abi u sef don dey get stage name like musician?"
Hin just look me dey laff, hin tok say na packaging, I scratch head small, follow gree say it dey happen, as per say maybe because hin wan become landlord for one of the many Mansion wey dey Baba Godey House.
Ok na if dat one don go, "Wetin kon be Mixologist, for the matter again nah?" The Kamoru wey I sabi na only iya tawa place hin sabi show skills oh, so wetin hin waka go Lekki go turn professional for?
Na hin small lecture start oh! Kamal talk say hin change name to Kamoru because hin gats use tush name if hin wan make dey take am with respect for Lekki. Hin call am say na PACKAGING.
Hin join hin tori say hin use Big name style hype himself (ADVERTISING STRATEGY), say na Iya tawa side hin for learn work, but na Botany hin read for school. Say na Iya tawa teach am how to mix the necessary chemical to produce better blends. Say hin carry those skills go the Hotel for Lekki say hin na Mixologist.
Hin explain say, hin gats show them small skills with the expensive chemicals . He said he MASTERED THE ART OF SHOWMANSHIP, he had but a few minutes to prove to the management say hin sabi the skills wey dey needed for the job wella. He had to use all the techniques hin sabi without looking like he was trying too hard.
When dem ask am questions about the technicalities of some of those chemicals as per Botany graduate, hin don understand the chemical composition and names wey hin suppose know. Hin tok say RESEARCH and EXPERTISE is key to land that big client or job.
When dey kon dey talk anyhow, wan rubbish am unto the big price wey hin dey call, hin with style with style threaten them with information wey hin get about the company's competitors and company business and how hin fit affect them positively and negatively. Hin call am KNOW YOUR COMPETITORS AND USE THIR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES TO YOUR ADVANTAGES.
Hin tok say na so hin land big job from joblessness oh. I just open mouth dey look the bros as hin dey throw wey they talk like micheal jackson wey dey dance.
As hin waka comot na hin me sef follow drop small water for toilet. Kamar kon turn back talk say, make me and all men meet for Iya tawa place, hin get some expensive chemicals wey hin wan mix and hin wan use all our throats do testubes.
Oga boss wey dey use one eye look me so, kai... Carry ur mind comot dia. I be God pikin oh.
Ehn ehn, bifor I forget oh, me I don package oh, I no be jobless area gossip oh, me I don package.. I be Executive Social Commentator...Gbam!!!
I sha waka go back inside church go finish service oh.
Ma people na so we see am oh.
Na me again,
Angelic Aproko
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EverGreen Tunes: Happy Birthday to You

Good morning everybody, Welcome to this Beautiful day of the 4th of October, 2016 and it is also an especially beautiful today as it marks the first Birthday of my son, Adekunfola.

Birthdays are those special days in each and everybody's lives when we get to be the stars of the family for 24hours. We get to wear those special occassion dresses and eat jollof rice garnished with spices and big turkey and not to forget my favorite part, get to play silly pranks with each and everybody and get away with it since everybody is out to make you happy.

It is also a time for reflection and taking stock of our lives as we get older. As a Guy, your family might subtly start weighing your life achievements with that your goody two shoes friend who now has a good job and a small car that he cruises round town. As a babe, that could be far worse has your mum would be disturbing you about when you are going to bring "MR. MAN" not "MR. RIGHT" to the house, because all your other friends have found someone to seize their last names.

Oh Birthdays! Source of joys to some and cringe to others. Oh well, That is not what this is about.

The "Happy Birthday to You" Song Which was Published in 1893 as a form Folk song by Writer Patty Hill and Mildred J. Hill (Sisters) is.

"Happy Birthday to You", popularly known as "Happy Birthday", is a song that is traditionally sung to celebrate the anniversary of a person's birth.

According to the 1998 Guinness World Records, "Happy Birthday to You" is the most recognized song in the English language,the song's base lyrics has even been translated into at least 18 languages I am not sur if Yoruba my main dialect is one of them though.

The tune of "Happy Birthday to You" was from the song "Good Morning to All",which American siblings Patty Hill and Mildred J. Hill in composed in 1893. Once again, the importance of team cannot be overemphasised and to do things together as a family, it transcends time.

Patty Hill was a principal in Louisville, Kentucky, developing various teaching methods while her sister Mildred was a pianist and composer.

The sisters used "Good Morning to All" as a song to teach young children but The combination of melody and lyrics in "Happy Birthday to You" first appeared in print in 1912, and probably existed even earlier.

It is worthy of note that of the early appearances of the "Happy Birthday to You" lyrics included credits or copyright notices so The Summy Company registered a copyright in 1935, crediting authors Preston Ware Orem and Mrs. R. R. Forman.

This is also another lesson to learn, that inspiration you work hard to create, patent it quickly or else another person might do it and take credit and monetary benefits for your efforts. (That's what most employers do anyways. You invent it and they patent it in their name)

In 1988, Warner/Chappell Music purchased the company owning the copyright for US$25 million, with the value of "Happy Birthday" estimated at US$5 million,the song is the highest earning single song in history, with estimated earnings since its creation of US$50 million.

The song however has been a subject to many a litigation process a many companies want their own piece of it's proverbial cake.

So short the song, yet it has connected to millions of hearts, families and of course purses. Ladies and Gentlemen, we present the lyrics of this evergreen and wonderful piece:

"Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday, dear Adekunfola
Happy birthday to you.
Lyrics with the melody

It is traditional, among English-speakers, that at a birthday party, the song "Happy Birthday to You" be sung to the birthday person by the other guests celebrating the birthday. More specifically, the birthday person is traditionally presented with a birthday cake with lit candles, with the number of candles sometimes corresponding to the age of the person. After the song is sung (usually just once), party guests sometimes add wishes like "and many more!" expressing the hope that the birthday person will enjoy a long life. The birthday person may be asked to make a wish ("Make a wish!")—which he or she does silently—and then is supposed to blow out the candles. Traditionally, blowing out of the candles is believed to ensure that the wish will come true. Once the candles have been blown out, people may applaud, after which the cake may be served, often with the first piece being served to the person whose birthday it is.

In Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Ireland, after "Happy Birthday" has been sung, it is traditional for one of the guests to enthusiastically lead with "Hip hip..." and then for all of the other guests to join in and say "...hooray!" This is normally repeated three times. In Canada, especially at children's birthdays, immediately after "Happy Birthday" has been sung, the singers segue into "How old are you now? How old are you now? How old are you now-ow, how old are you now?,"

Oh birthdays! So when next you have the chance to sing this beautiful melody at a birthday Bash, remember, it took some two people out of inspiration to create something so small and something to phenomenal.

Come to think of it, this article too, is small yet it was created through the birthday inspiration, many more could still pop up though.

Get inspired and create something.

Until next time on Evergreen Tunes with Angel Dharmmy, Please and Please wish my baby ADEKUNFOLA AJIFELA IBIYEMI a wonderful and glorious first birthday.


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Saturday, 3 October 2015

Madam Paulina Badluck (Angelic Aproko Diaries)

Good day to you ma people oh. Hope say body still dey inside cloth oh? Very big and painful sorry for we brodas dem wey becos of bomb change address for yesterday for abuja... Chai!!! Boko boko people... All dis blood you are sharin... Diaris God oh!!!

Well sha! As we dey follow tok eyah, dey sidon for area dey sip small small thing enter body for iya tawa side na hin we begin hia noise for backyard oh. Biko nu!!! As per Antenna wey me I be nah, I don migrate reach dia before dem talk "GO!".

"Wetin happen? Wetin Happen oh!!" Na Madam pauli ponpon and bros Titus get gbege oh. As tori dey drop, we get to know say Bro Titus drop voice talk say Pauli Ponpon na Badluck she be for him oh. We hia say, bros talk say na madam paulina come pour sand sand inside hin garri, use her Alingo spoil hin Shoki oh!

Wetin shele gan sef! Bro Titus go pursue contract make hin supply one white garment church for we area candle and because hin wake see paulina dey wash cloth, she don wash hin blessing comot. Hin download say as hin go pursue the contract, na pursue dem pursue am comot say dem don get another spoiler. Since, hin no fit beat Olusho for church, hin come house kon fry wahala for Madam paulina head.

As dem dey use everything pursue themselves for yard, Omorogun, knife, stick as we dey hold them na so we dey laff dem for mind. "God catch una! Shebi na una sabi do alakowe love abi? Una go dey gum gum body efriwhere like efostick abi? God don catch una!!!"
Anyways sha! Na so, Mr jeremiah Ogbonna show face. Na Jeri konko we dey call the bros jere. Na d only person for the compound wey get motor oh! Hin motor na Lexus Jeep and hin house tush die, but na still room and parlour self contain jeri-konko dey stay oh, but enter dt place ehn, hin crib set die.

Jeri-konko sha first drop voice gan for Bro Titus after hin sha pet Madam Paulina. Na so Oga turn Senior Advocate of Naija plus Pastor mix breed be dat oh.

"When a Man leaves his father and mother, he clings to his wife and they become one flesh".

Hin point us say marriage na like house wey person wan build. Hin tell us say, to build house on top land na two ways. Say if na for all this outskirts of lagos dem wan build house, say na virgin land be dat and ur wahala na just to build the house.
Hin say but if man wan build house for somewhere like Mushin wey dem omo onile don sell land finish for example, no be land dem dey buy oh, na house dem go buy. Hin kon add say person wey kon buy am because hin wan destroy am build better house, shey na BADLUCK hin be? Na so all of us, chorus like choir for dia "NO!!!"
Hin kon talk say, na so marriage sef be.

Before person marry, if hin don dey made small, hin b like d house wey dey don build teytey for mushin. When hin kon meet hin marital partner,the tori go be like say person sell land be dat. When person start to face trials in the marriage dem, say na that time, them dey break down the former old building so as to kon build better and finer building on top the land.

Bros jeri-konko tell us say every marriage get hin own challenges and its better make person even face am early when person young dan wen hin grow and children don join endure the suffer.

Na so bros jay, just use dem madam paulina chop star like Super Mario for Nitendo. Hin start to dey drop small tori about how him and hin wife suffer gan before things kon start to dey set, na hin Mama Landlady sef follow drop her own sha!... Everibody kon dey drop small small "in those days" tori of dem marriage suffer.... Mscheeew... No stretch ear I neva get jere.

Small time Pauli ponpon and t
Titus don dey use eye beg themselves start to dey gum gum body again... See me see trouble oh... Na hin Rashidat Landlord pikin vex give pauli name oh... Paulina Madam Badluck.

If u see as hin Mama pursue am. Begin call am "Ashewo... Odooko!!!" Bikonu I no understand wetin dat one kon mean oh!

As them gum gum don dey too much na hin people kon dey comot leg one by one for backyard.

Me sef follow go jere I no fit to miss the ball wey den wan show for afternoon dat time. As me I dey go sha!!! I sha see broda Titus dey carry pauli ponpon dey enter inside room, me I no know wetin dey wan go do oh.

Anyways my people, before mosquito follow me sip my thing wey I dey sip na hin I tok say make I nak una d gist o

Na so we see am oh.

Angelic Aproko
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Friday, 2 October 2015

You sabi speak ogbonge grammar and so

This is the last time you would be indulging in the idiosyncratic and lackadaisical brohaha, you call an attitude. This is so perilous to the upward migration of this mecurial financial concern."

Na so all of us just dey look as oga boss dey drop voice, nobody talk pekem! Hin just calm down dey watch us as hin dey waka like Idi-Amin wey dey do soja inspection.
" Are you telling me none of you can comprehend all I have vocalized,ineptly rendering my time a quaking period of soliloquy?" We just jejely dey watch as oga turn road warden dey use hand control spiritual traffic oh!. Small time, Akpan just voice out, "Oga, we sabi say u fit to speak english well well oh! But ehm! If you been wan follow us talk, e go better make u jejely bring am down to our level oh, or else na speakin in tongues u dey do so oh and no vex ba... But Baba Ahmed Radio and u go be the same the same for me b dat oh!"

All men just use hand cova mouth, begin dey watch from oga to Akpan, Akpan to Oga, for we mind so, "Akpan don loose hin job b dat oh!" Oga just calm down look so tey, hin just waka go Akpan front just use eye waka hin body from abuja go bayelsa, stroll go borno kon finish waka for lagos. For we mind so ehn! "Akpan! Well done nah! Shebi na your man we go hia say Oga get krokro for yansh abi?"... Oga just hold hin hand begin shake am well well, begin trowey laff.

Na so we seff follow trowey laugh oh, make we for no lost. Nobody sabi why we dey laff oh! We just dey look owaself, use eyes dey ask owasef, "wetin dey make u shine teeth?"

Oga just talk "Akpan! Thank you for pointing that out to me?" The laff just disappear comot we face. As we dey look like person we confused. Na hin Oga talk say hin dey use the talk test all of us ni jere, say hin just learn sonthin about ehm communication for one seminar wey hin go, he wan kon use our head do catering practice.

Na hin oga just turn meeting to quick lecture b dat oh! Hin title hin tyn: U SABI SPEAK OGBONGE ENGLISH AND SO?

Ogaboss yarn gan oh! Hin yarn about we people Senator Oga Pato obiagbon and hin ginger our swagger with anointed fada Gingalious Chris Okotie.

Oga talk say if man sabi speak kon dey drop ogbonge grammar so, its eida make people wey dey hia am, start to dey look like SIMBI - (d way wey we bin d look before like JJC) abi make we just dey shout, dey clap for am kon drop the next verse for am: "mbok! Oga abeg you fit to try explain better?" You see am, something wey u for just talk once leave matter for mathias so, you go kon dey explain am like two or three times. You go waste spit, waste time, waste energy. " Oga: No time to check time abeg" talk am for simple english make all of us understand make we waka go achieve other tyns jere.

Oga talk am join say: Kanipe I wan sell sonthin now ehn to semi illiterate man (Na so hin call am oh, no b me oh) wey get bastard money so, I kon dey speak long long grammar, the man fit no understand my LEXIcon, make hin for no fuckup, hin go just leave me waka comot, and anoda sharp guy go just meet am talk one- two things, hin fit use broken sef, hin go just close deal b dat oh. You think say I dey lie, go Alaba, you go see say dem sell TV pass shoprite, go Computer Village for Otigba for dey drop lyrics like Modenine nah. Olamide badoo sef don talk am, "Street ti take over, punchline ati lyrics o jawo mo"

Oga look us laff, kon talk say hin remember one tym like that wey hin use big big ogbonge grammer talk som kain things for one high profile meeting with one client like that oh. Hin talk say by the time, dem carry dictionary begin analyse evritin wey hin talk down, hin tok say thoughwetin hin mean to talk dey dia oh, wen they join three-four other meaning join am, hin don already know say hin don loose the deal for dia before dem even talk am sef.
Oga boss kon talk say since den na simple sentence hin dey use write proposal or contract oh. Hin tok say the tyn pain am because the deal money carry weight gan oh!

As oga wan continue dey drop points dey go na hin fone greem as oga look fone, hin just look we hin student talk say " Its Dangote's representative calling me for the consignment, this meeting is hereby adjourned!"

Naso Ogaboss waka go hin office oh.

No vex say my tory dey long small but as you know, na so we see am oh

Na me oh ma people,
Quickest Aproko

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My Legacy... The Second Generation. (How fulfilling is their Independence?)

My sobowale is an accomplished Educationist who has three very thriving secondary schools. His wife, Madam Joke is also a renowned Beautician with a thriving chain of fully equipped salons as her place of practice. Together, they have four beautiful children who are well educated and living the good life.Dekunle is first son of the family is an Accountant who has worked with reputable Accounting firms and presently chairs his own high flying firm. Dedeji is a Pilot with an international Airline whose family has been based abroad since the inception of his nine year marriage. Dekemi, on her part, the first daughter is an accomplished lawyer who apart from her legal practice has a chain of supermarkets with branches in Nigeria and other countries which she co-owns and co manages with her husband, who incidentally is also based abroad with the family. The baby of the house, Demide is a US-based Nurse and already nationalised by marriage working with the US Army.There lies the problem, Mr & Mrs Sobowale are getting old and it's giving them a cause for concern, the fact that none of their children is interested in their businesses or their properties, which fortunately or unfortunately is very huge.They raised their children to be very independent, be their own persons and have their own things going for themselves. The other problem is the fact that none of their children is remotely intrested in anything along the lines of their businesses, that is , Education for dad and Salon for mum.Lately both parents have been thinking: "Who are we working for?" " What would be the fate of our company when we die?" "What is going to be our legacy ?" "Should these kida take this business out of respect, would they have the passion and zeal we had or would they just turn it over to the clutches of some Management consultancy outfit to run?""All my houses and cars are beautiful, Yes! But all the kids have theirs too, what would happen to them?" "Would they just sell them and keep the money?" Hell! They all have their money, infact they even send us money, which they know we don't need, we have more than enough.The ones abroad, they did out of fear of the Nigerian system, they don't say it but in reality we know. The parents are growing old and tired, they know but everybody is busy with their own thing and don't want to have anything to do with our property, they say : "We don't want the wahala of family oh! Before some people called family start using juju to fight us later now!". The religious houses are not even helping matters, they make it seems like all families are infested with witchcraft and are waiting for you to work and make it them pounce on you and take all you have laboured for, killing you or your immediate family in the process. "They are diabolical" " They are the evil powers of your father's and mother's house" fuelling resentment and hatred just to potray a lifestyle. To the children, they make it seem like child that want to stay and continue a tradition is "Omo to gboju le ogun" (a Child that is depedent on father's wealth) a lazy child. Now there are so many houses everywhere that parents have built, yet to keep a face, the children would rather go out to rent houses outside.What would happen to our legacy? Are we, the parents, really happy with some type of independence?We do need to talk about it.- its me again Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld from Glo Mobile.

In The News Today (2/10/2015)

Good morning everyone and you are welcomed to your favourite compilation of INT for 2/10/2015 as written on the various Newspapers. Today we have 5 different tabloids before us and the headlines are picked for their rich contents.

4. SUN


- Buhari Ministers must declare their assets publicly
- Tension in Oshodi over murder of MC Oluomo's Aide
- Ooni's Stool contestant in alleged Fraud case of over N400m with EFCC
- Jonathan spent N64bn on Independence Anniversaries : El-Rufai
- Unpaid Salaries: Ondo workers suspends strike
- Lagos seals Chinese company after PUNCH report
- Investors gain N232bn in 3 days.
- Ekiti pupils protest against high tuition
- Pastor arraigned for defrauding members


- Independence tragedy: Mob attempts to lynch Naval Personnel over death of a man
- Female sucide bombers hit Maduguri
- How Fulani herdsmen kill rape and kill Ogun residents
- NACCIMA responds to EU BAN, Launches E-certificates to authenticate local products
- Financial Literacy: NSE commence 2015 essay competition
- Chelsea Players unhappy with Morinho
- Lil Kesh, Kiss Daniel & Korede bello are no threats to Me


- Olive Oil, Chilli pepper, others reduces cancer risk by 65%
- Workers, Students, Others protest in Ekiti, Ondo, Osun
- Gay party goes awry in Edo
- NLC to set machinery in motion for a new minimum wage
- Our sports fared better in the 80's & 90s than Now, Porbeni affirms
- Fund, Others limit Local couriers in role in e-commerce


- I would have dumped music if not for Project Fame- Jeff Akor, 8.0 winner
- Why PDP lawmakers are not against Buhari- Akpabio
- Imo PDP Tackles Okorocha over fresh N20bn Loan
- Heritage Bank to raise SME's Lending to N100bn
- Navy, Tanker drivers clash over death of conductor
- Senate President or Ex-Governor on trial
- Boko Haram: 80 Members surrender in Borno
- Female Bomber kill scores in Maduguri
- NGSL plans to stem capital flight on steel importation


- Nigeria @ 55: Stakeholders express divergent views on economy.
- Lack of coherent Policy, loose security, challenges of Air Transport in Nigeria
-RUN deploys interactive touch-screen boards to lecture theatres
- NDLEA sensitize drivers on the effects of Alcohol
- MOCPED students brainstorm prospects for NCE Graduates
- Lagos NURTW denies rivalry among Members.

Once again, we have come to the end of today's INT.

Always remember: READERS ARE LEADERS

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Thursday, 1 October 2015

EVERGREEN TUNES : Nigerian National Anthem

As we celebrate the independence of our great country Nigeria today 1st October, 2015, we remember the name of great Nigerians that fought for the freedom of our country from our colonial masters. Names like Herbert Macaulay, Obafemi Awolowo, Nnamdi Azikiwe and many others come to fore.
However, we should also give kudos too to the unsung greats that have left for us Legacies that have been passed down from generations to another.
Children all over the country would be fully decked in the National regalia of GREEN,WHITE,GREEN matching in the sun and basking in the pride of the independence of our great fatherland.
One tune is so sure to be hummed or sung at the top of their voices and that is the NATIONAL ANTHEM.
The tune which was composed and adopted in 1978 to replace the former National Anthem: NIGERIA, WE HAIL THEE, was first arranged and performed by the Nigerian Police Band under the directorship of B.E Odiase.
The unsung heroes who together composed the National call and prayer include John A. Ilechukwu, Eme Etim Akpan, B.A Ogunnaike, Sota Omogui and P.O Aderibigbe.
The intresting fact is that the song and lyrics in composition,writing,scoring and all was a joint effort of different people from different tribes and tongues just like the diversity of the country Nigeria.
Let us take a little time and go through the lyrics and feel the richness of the evergreen and important brand identity of our great country, NIGERIA:

Arise, O compatriots, Nigeria's call obey
To serve our father-land
With love and strength and faith
The labour of our heroes past
Shall never be in vain
To serve with heart and might
One nation bound in freedom, peace and unity.
Oh God of creation, direct our noble cause
Guide our leaders right
Help our youth the truth to know
In love and honesty to grow
And living just and true
Great lofty heights attain
To build a nation where peace and justice shall reign.
Many artistes have rendered this tune nicely and even our beloved home grown legend 2face Idibia dropped a single this morning.
As you listen... Mediate on the lyrics and enjoy the INDEPENDENCE...
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In the News Today (1st Oct. 2015)

Happy independence to all my fellow Nigerians and you are welcomed again today's episode of IN THE NEWS TODAY for 1st October, 2015.

We would be taking stories from just four (4) newspapers namely:

1. Punch Nigeria
2. Vanguard
3. The Daily Sun
4. Guardian


- Oil Slump: Niger, Algeria face worsening growth prospects
- Sterling Bank to support young Entrepreneurs
- Buyers of Pre-registered SIM cards face jail term.
- Unilever Boss expresses confidence in Lagos economic drive.
- Ministerial list: Buhari submits 21 names: Fashola, Amaechi,Ngigge and Kachikwu make list
- NLC seeks special tax for luxury items
- WAEC says States still owe N2bn
- Kerosene: Dubious sales Outlets risk closure,says DPR
- Sahara urges government to invest in alternative uses of Energy


- Onikoyi descendants sue FG, others over property
- 2015: Company sues PDP, others for non payment of campaign fees
- Why Alumni associations fail to have impact on Institutions
- CCT, Federal High Court status under 1999 constitution
- English FA gives conditional backing to Platini
- Buhari'll be distracted, overworked as. Petroleum Minister - NACCIMA


- After Buhari, Nigerian'll see Jonathan like an Angel - Thompson
- PDP Zones presidential ticket to North for 2019
- FIFA Presidency: Kalu floors Odegbami at CAF parley in Yaounde
- JAIZ Bank get National License
- EFCC uncovers illegal Oil Operations run by Foreigners
- Boko Haram poison water sources in Borno Villages
- Stop condemning HOMOSEXUALS, they don't deserve it says Catholic Bishops
- Why all Nigerian Economic Managers- Economists as Assassins: From Chief Awolowo to Dr. Okonjo Iweala
- Power Supply and the Nigerian Independence


_ Health effects of adulterated Palm wine
-Stakeholders reacts to Buhari' plan to head Petroleum Ministry
- 8 docked for stoning VIPs at Ilorin Prayer ground
- Slyvia wins Bayelsa's APC primaries again; Alaibe withdraws
- More can be achieved with improved funding,facilities & trainings
- CIPM tasks members on best practices and inducts 93.

These topics are good reads and were specially picked by moi. I therefore urge and implore you to buy the papers or read from their websites.

Don't forget a story would be picked at random and our opinion about it would be penned down for your reading pleasure.


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