Thursday, 21 August 2014

Watch Goals & Highlight of Falconets 6 - 2 Korea DPR Match (VIDEO)


Nigeria defeated Korea DPR 6-2 in the first semifinal of the 2014 Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup to reach their second ever final of the competition.

Four goals from star woman Asisat Oshoala plus one each from Courtney Dike and Uchechi Sunday ensured the

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

What To Do When You Can’t Afford Your Children’s School Fees (INTERESTING)


If paying your children’s school is a constant struggle, then that is a sign that you are biting more than you can chew. Rather than keep seeking a bailout, swallow your pride and cut your coat according to your cloth, not your size.

I came up with the above quote to capture the essence of this article. Most of our financial difficulties are self-inflicted. Each time a financial decision is to be made, we do have a choice. This includes the choice of school for our children. Nobody can make you do what you don’t want to do. Nobody puts a gun to your head to send your child to that school. I feel sad any time I see parents running helter skelter looking for money to pay their children’s school fees. Some pile up debts in an attempt to catch up. 

The interesting thing about school fees is that it is similar to waves making landfall at a beach. By the time you finish

How Afrobeat King Fela Anikulapo-Kuti Came About His Obsession for 'Kalakuta Republic'

New facts are beginning to emerged from the estate of the late Afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo-Kuti as to how he stumbled and fell in love with the name, 'Kalakuta Republic.' 

This much was revealed by one of the memoirs he left behind. 

According to him:
“It was when I was in a police cell at the C.I.D. (Central Intelligence Division) headquarters in Lagos; 

Watch Nigeria's Falconets 4 - 1 Mauling of New Zealand To Reach Semi-Final (VIDEO)


The Nigerian Under-20 girls, the Falconets have proven to the world they are actually out to clinch the cup when they shrugged aside a confused New Zealand team that is just playing at the quarter final stage for the first time in a 4 - 1 thriller.

Asisat Oshoala and Uchechi Sunday both scored a brace as they whipped the women from New Zealand who managed to grab a consolation in the 89th minute.

The Falconets will confront Korea DPR in the semi final.

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Watch Goals & Highlight of Arsenal 2 - 1 Crystal Palace (VIDEO)


Arsenal started off the 2014/2015 Premier League game with a late win against a very defensively sturdy Crystal Palace side.

Hangeland opened the scoring with a good header in the first half, yet a good header from Laurent Koscielny

Watch Goals & Highlight of Burnley 1 - 3 Chelsea (VIDEO)


In what looked like a war signal, Chelsea has subtly sent a a note of warning to other EPL contender when they took new comer, Burnley apart in a 4-goal thriller.
Diego Costa scored just 17 minutes into his debut and Cesc Fabregas had two assists in a superb

Ace Broadcaster Funmi Iyanda Spotted ''Twerking'' At 43rd Birthday Bash

IS THIS FUNMI IYANDA FOR REAL?

Popular TV celeb, Funmi Iyanda, was spotted over the weekend twerking hard to Iyanya's 'Kukere' music.

The occasion was her belated 43rd birthday bash which took place in London last Saturday.

Monday, 11 August 2014

Can A Woman Have A Normal Birth After Undergoing Caesarean Section (CS)? Nigerians React...




Dear friends,
After giving birth a second time via CAESAREAN SECTION (CS), a lady wants to know if she can still give birth normally without having to undergo another CS. Is it possible?



Aderogba Oladeji
That is possible,but if she has a smaller pelvic then normal delivery is a dream.

Anita Ogbeide 
It is possible depending on weight of baby & number of years in between the previous CS & finally the reasons for the previous CS.  If the number of year is between is 7 years - 10 years,

Thursday, 7 August 2014

Gospel Singer Yinka Ayefele's Wife Delivers 3rd Child (PHOTO)

One of Nigerian reigning gospel singers, Yinka Ayefele and his wife Temitope have reportedly welcomed their third child.

Good to see the 'Experience' crooner can still create time for family amid his tight musical tour schedule.

The baby who was delivered few days ago was christened Ayodeji, Stanley, Oluwadamisi, Oluwafifehansimi, Joel, Omo Ayefele.

Recall that he had an accident December 12, 1997 while going for a radio programme. That was the accident that cost him a spinal cord injury.

Congratulations!


Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Why Ikwerre People Claim Their Ancestry Is Different From Igbo Land

As part of our usual research, we were going through some sites for interesting issues when we stumbled on this piece well written and posted on biafraland.com. Among other things, it addresses everything you wish to know about the Igbo race, language and controversies. Hoping you will enjoy it...

Is Southeast and Igboland the same thing? 

Not at all. Southeast is only about 3/5th of Igboland. Igboland covers the whole of Southeast, parts of

Monday, 4 August 2014

I Don't Have A University Degree – Ramsey Nouah


In what might shock many of his fans, Nollywood poster boy, Ramsey Nouah, has declared that he has no university degree.

Prior to this time, there were several stories (including a fallacious report on wikipedia) that he has a degree

Sunday, 3 August 2014

Meet Former OAU Student Union President Who Just Graduated After 13 Years (PHOTO)

When Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife former Student Union Government (SUG) President, Akinola Saburi was admitted in the year 2000, he had no feeling that he would not graduate on a record time.

His involvement in campus activism was what held him on campus for additional eight years.All started in 2003 when he was elected as the Secretary General of the students’ union and along the line, he became an acting president of the union when the incumbent president, Akinkunmi Olawoyin, was sick and could not