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EARCOM BEGINS MASS SENSITIZATION CAMPAIGN IN AKWA IBOM STATE

Ethical and Attitudinal Reorientation Commission, EARCOM, has began mass sensitization campaign on the 2019 elections and other social vices. The programme which kicked off at Ulok Ulok Hall, Ibeno Council Secretariat, Ibeno Local Government Area had the chairman of the commission Dr Dorothy Thompson address the women on issues ranging from 'voters' registration, social/pertinent vices asking the women to be more concern on the activities of their wards as that is the only way they can curtail their excesses.
She asked the women who are yet to register for their voter's card to do so as 2019 is the year to reelect Governor Udom Emmanuel for second term to continue delivering good governance to the people of Akwa Ibom State.

Speaking at the occasion, the Chairman Of the Nigerian Youth Council Ibeno Chapter, Comr Samuel Akpan who represented the SA to the Governor on Youth Matters Comr Aniefiok Iwa Udofia advised the youths to shun all form of social vices and indulge in meaningful activities, he also advised them to go out and register and have their voter's card as that will be the only weapon to reelect Governor Udom Emmanuel come 2019.

Dignitaries who spoke at the occasion emphasized on the need for the youths to see themselves as pillars of the society, advising them to shun cultism and other social vices and live a better life, register for voters card and be ready to reelect Governor Udom Emmanuel come 2019.

 High point of the occasion was the  presentation of stickers, fliers, exercise books to support the free education programme of the Akwa Ibom State Government and other incentives to cement the campaign.

The Women of Ibeno surprisingly held their voter cards up to confirm their registration and readiness to vote Governor Udom Emmanuel in the up coming general election in 2019.

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AKS INFO BOSS SCORES HIGHLY ON PERFORMANCE, HOSPITALITY

Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Charles Udoh has been commended on his well articulated presentation on the transformational strides of Akwa Ibom State Government in Youth empowerment which has contributed immensely towards enhanced national security.

Mr. Charles Udoh received the commendation from the Commandant, Staff and Students of the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Nigeria, who were in the State for a study tour of Akwa Ibom between the 26th    of November and 2nd of December 2017.

In a letter of appreciation addressed to the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Charles Udoh, signed by Rear Admiral I. O. Mohammed on behalf of the Commandant, the Information Boss was applauded for the erudite handling of the theme of the study tour, “National Security and Youth Empowerment” and for the warm reception he gave to the staff and students of Senior Course 40 from the institution while on a courtesy call on his Information Ministry.

Acknowledging that, the presentation by the Commissioner for Information imparted great knowledge on the students and enriched their research work, the letter emphasized that, the visit to Ministry of Information and Strategy afforded the participants the opportunity to gain in-depth insight into the landmark achievements of Governor Udom Emmanuel in Youth development and empowerment which are very critical in stability and national security.

Special appreciation was also extended to staff of the Ministry for their commitment and favourable disposition towards the stressing that, the performance and hospitality of the Commissioner as well as the kind gesture of the staff contributed in no small measure in making the study tour of Akwa Ibom by the Staff and Students of Senior Course 40 from the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, a success.

The institution prayed that Charles Udoh will continue to receive divine wisdom and guidance as he pilots the affairs of the Information Ministry.

It should be recalled that during the courtesy call on the Commissioner for Information and Strategy by the team on 30th November 2017, he had said the discourse on national security and youth empowerment was very critical in a fledging democratic setting such as ours, which therefore made the theme very timely and expedient.

Udoh said as an integral part of the nation, Akwa Ibom State has contributed immensely towards national security and youth empowerment, stressing that the Udom Emmanuel-led government has gainfully employed the youths to keep them away from all acts of criminality usually perpetrated by the unemployed capable of threatening national security and enlisted such acts to include drug addiction, robbery, assassination, thuggery, rape, kidnapping, arson, rituals etc.

The Information Boss enumerated the transformational strides of the present administration in youth empowerment to include training of over 20,000 youths across the state in various vocational skills, including training of 3000 youths on digital marketing in collaboration with Google, training of 1000 youths on ICT in partnership with Rocky Feller Foundation and training of 1000 unemployed young graduates on Oracle Data Base administration.

Others are training of 1000 youths on fashion design and clothing, training of 450 youths on Cocoa maintenance and processing, training of 2,308 Youths from Uyo senatorial district on different skills, provision of empowerment facilities to 2,016 Youths from Eket senatorial districts on various vocational ventures and skills acquisition for 1,461 Youths from Ikot Ekpene senatorial district among others.

The courtesy call that day had featured presentation of different publications of the Ministry to the visiting team by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy Mr. Charles Udoh.

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Dangote Now The Richest Black Man In The World Says Forbes

Nigerian billionaire, and owner of the Dangote Group Aliko Dangote is now officially the richest black billionaire in the world according to new ratings by Forbes.



The cement industrialist is said to be worth $12.2billion. Dangote, who was not the only Nigerian to make the list, was placed on 1st position.
Other Nigerian billionaires like Mike Adenuga and Folorunsho Alakija also graced the list.
See Forbes world’s top ten the black billionaires:
1. Aliko Dangote: $12,2 billion. Dangote is the undisputed richest person in Africa, he also happens to be the richest black person in the world. He founded the Dangote Group 35 years ago and still serves as its CEO and president. The vast majority of his wealth is derived from Dangote Cement. Dangote is an active philanthropist and focuses his charity work on education, agriculture and health.
2. Mohammed Al Amoudi: $8,4 million Al Amoudi moved from Ethiopia to Saudi Arabia when he was 19. He made his fortune through government contracts and real estate development. He has since diversified into oil, agriculture and mining with interests across the globe.
3. Mike Adenuga: $6,1 billion Adenuga made his fortune in telecoms and oil. He currently serves as the chairman of Globacom which has 36 million clients. Adenuga owns a majority stake in Nigerian oil company Conoil. He drove a taxi while he studied towards his MBA.
4. Isabel Dos Santos: $3,1 billion Dos Santos is the richest black woman on the planet and at 44 the youngest person on the list. She is the daughter of Angolan president Juan Eduardo Dos Santos. She made her fortune through investments, some of which have been linked to her father.
5. Oprah Winfrey: $3 billion Oprah is the only African-American woman on the list. She overcame a tough childhood (often living without electricity or running water) to become a media mogul. Oprah has never been shy when it comes to helping the less fortunate and founded the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in South Africa.
6. Robert Smith: N9b Smith worked at Goldman Sachs for many years, he left to start his own company in 2000. Since then Vista Equity Partners the private equity firm he founded has done well-enough to propel him into the billionaire’s list. Smith has also signed the Giving Pledge
7. Patrice Motsepe: N6.6b Reortedly the first African billionaire. Motsepe is the brother-in-law to the acting president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa. He is a founding member of mining company African Rainbow Minerals. In recent years Motsepe has pledged to give away half his fortune by signing the Giving Pledge by Bill Gates.
8. Folorunsho Alakija: N4.9b Alakija is the vice chairperson of Nigerian oil giant Famfa Oil. She made her initial fortune as the founder of an elite fashion brand in Nigeria before diversifying her interests into the lucrative Nigerian oil market.
9. Michael Jordan: N4.6b Jordan is a legend of basketball and is one of the most recognisable faces on the planet. He made most of his fortune through endorsement deals and has since his retirement bought a stake in the Charlotte Hornets, a basketball team.
10. Mohammed Ibrahim: N4.4b Ibrahim was born in Sudan and built his fortune hrough telecommunications. He officially entered the list when sold Celtel International in 2005. Since the sale, he has devoted his life to improving the lives of Africans.
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‘The fear of NBC’ – Fans Criticize Olamide’s “Science Student” Video

Yesterday, the much anticipated visual to Olamide’s controversial yet popular song ‘Science Student’ was released on youtube and somehow, fans who watched the video noticed a much different and very restricted Olamide.


The very colourful and interesting video was opened with a mini-drama by Olamide and his theme before a transitioning into the real deal.
With the latest Shakushaku dance which became viral after the Science Student song, we also expected different versions of the dance on the video, well, we did have a dance but more of the Walking Dead kind of dance with a sprinkle of Shakushaku here and there.
Noticeable was also Olamide’s refusal to smoke or drink in the video… He was indeed preaching against drug abuse!
Recall that their song had been followed and trailed by controversy since its release, so much that there had been a call for its ban. The video will most likely change the perception towards the song.
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Music: Sugarboy – Chop ft. Ycee

Coming back with the sauce, G-Worldwide Entertainment’s superstar Sugarboy makes his 2018 debut with the release of the irresistible single ‘Chop’.

The new single features Nigeria’s prominent rapper, Ycee, and together they bring on a new sound, new style, and just the right vibe to improve your playlist, as well as serve as a dance tonic.
‘Chop’ is an Afro-fusion record produced by Princeton, which has elements of House and Highlife, blended together in the most syrupy way, Sugarboy layers some of the most romantic lines, describing his love interest.Ycee comes in with extra dynamism on his verse.
This is the record you have been waiting for. Check it out, listen, download and share.

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Folorunso Alakija: I became a billionaire even without a university degree

One of the richest women in Africa, Folorunso Alakija, has made a revelation about her life that not so many people know of. According to the billionaire, she was able to achieve greatness in life even without a University degree. 

Alakija took to Instagram to share this piece and she also opened up that she is the 8th child in her family of about 52 children. She wrote: “I would like to encourage you on my encounter with the glory of God. 

It happened almost 27 years ago when I gave my life to Christ at the age of 40 and my life has not been the same ever since, I pray your life too, will experience a total turn around. I was born almost 67 years ago, into a large and illustrious polygamous Muslim family as number 8 out of 52 children through a father who had 8 wives. 

Back then, large families were common, but what was unusual was that I was one of the very first few Nigerian children who left its shores to go and study abroad at such a tender age of 7. 

Even at that age, I knew I could not afford to let my family down cause I was seen as an ambassador. My desire was to study law but my daddy did not believe in investing in girls at that time. 

Today, I have no university degree, but God’s glory lifted me up and I have received numerous Honorary doctorate degrees at home and abroad. 

All of what you now see today has taken almost two and a half decades, so I am not an overnight success. On the contrary. Through God’s grace, I am a blood bought totally forgiven, absolutely redeemed, heaven bound child of God. 
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David de Gea has kept 19 clean sheets so far this season

David de Gea's stunning first-half save helped Manchester United claim a creditable draw at Sevilla in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.
The Spain keeper had kept out efforts from Joaquin Correa and Steven N'Zonzi before showing quick reflexes to produce a one-handed save on the stroke of half-time and deny Luis Muriel's header.
United, who were playing their first Champions League knockout game in four years, offered little offensively, with Romelu Lukaku spurning their best chance when he volleyed well over early on before substitute Marcus Rashford dragged a shot wide in the closing stages.
Paul Pogba started on the bench for the visitors, but came on after just 17 minutes following an injury to Ander Herrera.
Sevilla finished the game with 25 attempts on goal but a mixture of De Gea's saves and poor finishing from the hosts left them frustrated at the final whistle.
Manchester United will be the happier of the two teams heading into the return leg at Old Trafford on Tuesday, 13 March with Jose Mourinho's side winning 15 of their 18 games on home soil this season.
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Brady Leman wins men's ski cross to claim Canada's ninth gold - Winter Olympics

Brady Leman won the men's ski cross to secure Canada's ninth gold medal of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Leman, who finished fourth in 2014 after crashing in the final, held off competition from Switzerland's Marc Bischofberger to win by 0.19 seconds.
The pair were left to battle it out after Canadian Kevin Drury fell early in the race and collided with Sergey Ridzik, an Olympic athlete from Russia.
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Lai Mohammed: We did not get to this position in 3 years

Lai Mohammed who is the minister of information has said that Nigeria did not get to its present position in three years that the All Progressives Congress (APC) came into power Independent reports that the minister made this comment when he received Andrew Hanlon the chief executive officer of TVC. 

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Barcelona paid Chelsea the ultimate respect

It has been a fascinating watch. Chelsea got the lead through Willian, but then carelessly, needlessly, sloppily handed Barcelona an equaliser to Lionel Messi.
He previously had trouble with Chelsea but when they needed him most, when his team need him, he usually provides.
Barcelona paid Chelsea the ultimate respect. It will be a different Barcelona in the Nou Camp in a couple of weeks.
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YELLOW CARD Chelsea 1-1 Barcelona

The most Sergio Busquets yellow card you have seen.
The Barcelona spoiler flicks out a foot to bring down Chelsea dangerman Eden Hazard as he threatens to get the wrong side of him.
It is cynical, but buys his side a moment to reorganise and eats up another few seconds.
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Messi levels for Barca at Chelsea


GOAL - Chelsea 1-1 Barcelona
Lionel Messi

The first Chelsea mistake in defence and it is punished.
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GOAL - Chelsea 1-0 Barcelona


Willian

Third time lucky!

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VIDEO: Yemi Alade – Heart Robber


Effyzzie Music Group presents the official video for “Heart Robber” by Yemi Alade. Directed by Clarence Peters.
Yemi Alade has been doing an amazing job with her music and she looks to continue with her streak of wins with this new visuals.
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2 days after cows invaded Akure runway, FAAN suspends airport security head

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has suspended the head of aviation security in Akure, Ondo state, following the invasion of the airport runway by cows on Saturday, February 17. 

Punch reports that an Air Peace flight from Lagos was at about 12:15pm on Saturday, February 17, prevented from landing at the Akure airport, as cows took over the runway. 

Eyewitnesses said it took the efforts of airport security and other aviation staff to clear the runway. 

The general manager, corporate affairs, FAAN, Henrietta Yakubu, said on Monday, February 19, that the agency was not unaware of recent developments at some airports within the country with respect to security breaches, and had started putting measures in place to improve security. 

Yakubu stated: “We have taken various initiatives and measures to guard against breaches of any sort at all our airports nationwide. 

It will be recalled that there had been serious allegations of security breaches at some airports recently, the latest being the incursion of the Akure airport runway, which led to a temporary disruption of landing procedures of an inbound Air Peace flight. “While we apologise for the incident, we want to state that officers of the security department quickly dispersed the cows from the runway to allow for a successful landing of the flight. 
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BBNaija’s Princess: “I wasn’t speaking different accents. I just go back and forth a lot”

Big Brother Naija 3‘s newly evicted housemate, Princess has denied mixing up her accents in the house, saying that she only goes “back and forth a lot”.


She also spoke on her relationship with everyone in the house, adding that she misses them all, even Biggie’s voice.
Princess stated that she was just herself in the house, a straight shooter and the pairing was her major undoing.
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How Steven Bradbury's incredible story could inspire GB skater - Elise Christie

Onlookers could only wince, grimace and sympathise with British medal hope Elise Christie as she failed in her fifth consecutive Olympic short track race on Saturday - injuring her ankle in the process.
But is her run of crashes and disqualifications down to bad luck, poor tactics, or just the sheer brutality of the sport?
Australian Steven Bradbury, watching from his home in Brisbane, knew exactly what the three-time world champion was going through.
He suffered disqualifications at two consecutive Games and had to overcome a broken neck and losing four litres of blood on the ice.
Yet he was able to recover from all that to win what is now dubbed as the 'luckiest' gold medal in Winter Olympic history.
"People in the sport understand the nature of short track and situations like this, as Elise has found out, are common," said 44-year-old Bradbury.
"You have to think that there's an upside to come for her. There just has to be. Her ability is incredible.
"She's not the smartest racer in the world, that's a given. Sometimes she does dumb things out there on the ice and puts herself in positions that she doesn't need to.
"But her story is one of more bad luck than I've ever seen in the sport. And for me, I've had my share of bad luck."
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Wigan send Manchester City out of the 2018 FA Cup

Current Premier League leaders Manchester City have been sent out of the 2018 English FA Cup after losing to lower League side Wigan Athletic in their 5th round match on Monday night, February 19. 

Manchester City played almost the entire second half with 10 men after Fabian Delph was red carded for a bad tackle on Max Power in which the referee had no choice than to send him off. 

Sergio Aguero had a superb chance to score for Manchester City in the 25th minute, but his shot was well saved by Wigan goalkeeper Christian Walton. 
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'De Bruyne different to any other midfielder'

Martinez is looking forward to watching De Bruyne play for City against the League One leaders. The 26-year-old midfielder has played a central role in his side's stellar season.
"In the past two seasons, Kevin has grown game by game," Martinez told Humb's Blog. "Now he has got an influence that is a joy to watch.
"The way he is affecting games in such a consistent manner makes him very different to any other midfielder at a top team in Europe at the moment. Hopefully he can win trophies from now until the end of the season, because he deserves them."
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K.brule speaks after his disqualification from the reality show - BBNaija

Many are still in shock over the sudden disqualification of K.Brule and Khloe from ongoing reality show Big Brother Naija and they have taken to social media to let their thoughts known. K. Brule and Khloe were disqualified after Khloe got three strikes and as per Big Brother rules; her partner was also immediately sent packing. 

Speaking via his Twitter account, K.Brule who is an upcoming singer has revealed he has no hard feelings towards anyone in the house most especially Khloe. He also thanked those that supported him while he was in the house. 

“New day, fresh start. Thank you so so much for all your love and support. Never said I was perfect, never said I was a saint. One day, hopefully soon, I know I will be able to stand tall and look at all that i have overcome. Have nothing but love for everyone. Including Koko.” 
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FA Cup: Roberto Martinez on how Wigan ethos can help Belgium win World Cup

On the face of it, winning the World Cup seems a very different challenge to negotiating a successful FA Cup campaign but, as Belgium boss Roberto Martinez explains, there are actually several similarities.
No manager has ever won both competitions, but Martinez will attempt to become the first this summer when he leads the highly rated Red Devils in Russia.
And part of his plan involves the same combination of strategy and psychology that saw him steer Wigan to a famous victory over Manchester City in the 2013 FA Cup final.
Martinez joins Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Joleon Lescott in the BBC studio at the DW Stadium on Monday, as the Latics look to upset the runaway Premier League leaders again in a rematch of that tie.
In a wide-ranging interview, the Spaniard discusses that Wembley win, why it is so good to work with City's Belgium playmaker Kevin de Bruyne, and how Romelu Lukaku's first season at Manchester United has been the making of him.
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GB men's curlers in round-robin action


  • Day 10 in Pyeongchang: Three golds
  • GB's Rowan Cheshire reaches halfpipe final
  • Penny Coomes & Nick Buckland advance after ice dance short dance
  • Now: GB men's curling team face Denmark, GB women face Switzerland at 11:05 GMT
  • 11:15 GMT Brad Hall pilots the sole GB men's bobsleigh in the two-man event
  • Medal-winning curler named as Russian suspected of failed doping test
  • Get involved using #bbcolympics or via text on 81111
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    Vandora and Dee One evicted from BBNaija

    The heat is definitely on for the housemates in the ongoing Big Brother Naija reality show as another set of contestants have been evicted. 

    Bitto and Princess became the first housemates to be sent home after receiving the least amount of votes from amongst those nominated. Little did we know that Biggie had other plans in store. 
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    Saraki invites 7-year old Emmaneulla to the Senate; says her story is an inspiration

    Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, on Sunday, February 18, stated that Popular Nigerian comedienne, Emmanuella Samuel, popularly known as Emmanuella, who is set to feature in a Disney Hollywood film, is an inspiration to young Nigerians. 

    Saraki, in posts on his social media accounts, also invited Emmaneulla to the Senate to discuss developing young talents in Nigeria’s creative industry. 

    “Your story is an inspiration. Come by the Nigerian Senate sometime, let’s discuss how we can develop the potential of our young talents in the creative industry.” Emmanuella is unarguably Nigeria's most popular kid sensation in recent times. 

    Three months ago, she was signed as a brand ambassador to Blueboat Fresh Yo yoghurt, a deal said to be worth millions of naira, ultimately, making the young chap a millionaire. 
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    Budget 2018 suffers more setback as senators face-off with FG officials

    A report by The Guardian indicates that the face-off between the Senate and ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) over the latter’s failure to make budget details available to the National Assembly, may have dimmed any hope of an early approval of the N8.612trillion national budget. 

    According to the report, the upper legislative chamber is insisting that until it gets details of the MDAs budgets, the 2018 budget stands delayed. Last week, the Senate gave a one-week ultimatum to all MDAs to submit the details of their budgets, adding that of the 64 federal agencies captured in the 2018 budget, only one has submitted its budget details to the National Assembly. 

    INEC A member of the Senate appropriation committee, Senator Rafiu Ibrahim, recently disclosed that the MDAs failure to submit the details might stall its early passage. 

    Ibrahim, who is also the chairman of the Senate committee on banking, insurance and other financial institutions, further disclosed that the Senate might also ignore the MDAs and proceed with the submissions already made by President Muhammadu Buhari in the budget estimates, pointing out that the Senate would not continue to wait for the MDAs indefinitely. 

    Ibrahim said: “The speed at which the budget will be passed will depend on the seriousness of the MDAs. And that is why the Senate gave an ultimatum. But if the MDAs fail to come forward, the Senate will do the budget the way we feel is best for Nigeria. We can even ignore them and proceed to prepare the budget based on the president’s submission. 
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    Happening Live At Victory Chapel University of Uyo: Environmental Praise Invasion 2018


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    DON’T PLAY GOD IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP Written by Counselor Adofoli

    Many are hurt and in pain in various relationships just because they have given their all to someone.

    They have been there for these people through thick and thin, and were stuck to them no matter what.

    Only to receive the shock of their lives when the same people just gave up on them one day; those they stood up for wouldn’t even lift as much as a finger to fight for them. Things you wish they could ponder on before acting, they did it in a second without thinking twice.

    You thought the relationship you shared meant the world to them as it did to you, but were sorry to find out, it meant nothing.

    You see them as your sunshine, your hope, happiness and future, but they see you as their darkness. They only want you when things are bad for them and when they need help.

    The truth is, you don't have control over someone’s actions or thoughts, the only person you have that control over is you. So have a great relationship with yourself.

    Love yourself for who you want to be but love people for who they are. You are human and can never change people. You can confront them for their bad behaviour, things you are not happy with, or things they have done to hurt you, but never try to change them or force them to do so.

    Disconnections start in a relationship when you want to play the role of God in the relationship instead of being a man.

    The best you can do for the people you love but not happy with their behaviour, is to pray to God and trust Him to change them.

    You have all it takes to love and change yourself; please do that and create your own sunshine when your partner puts you through storms, but also wait and rely on God to bring back the calm.

    I know you still believe in love despite what they have put you through and you have a hard time believing or trusting people, but you can trust God to heal your marriage.

    God is faithful and if you are doing what is right then trust Him with your marriage; He will come through for you. Once you give it up to God, please hold no grudges, bitterness, resentment or anger against anyone. Let God work for you.

    In conclusion "Be beautiful inside, in your hearts, with the lasting charm of a gentle and quiet spirit that is so precious to God"- 1 Peter 3:4 (TLB).

    Please share with your friends, someone out there needs this.

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    Thank you for reading. This has been your Counselor and Motivator.


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    NBS: Nigerians pay average price of petrol at N191/litre

    A report of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Friday, February 16, indicated that many Nigerians are still paying far above N145 per litre pump price of petrol approved by the Federal Government for the product. 

    NBS in its Premium Motor Spirit (petrol) price watch for January stated that on the average, Nigerians paid the sum of N190.9 per litre for the product. This is about N46 per litre higher than the official pump price of the product. 
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    Davido Featured On Sean Kingston’s New Project

    Davido name is sealed to feature on a new project by international singer, Sean Kingston. The Jamaican top singer revealed this via a tweet that has since caused wild excitement amongst fans of Davido.
    In his tweet he revealed that the song is currently been mastered and mixed so you can expect it to be out soon.

    Davido further fueled the excitement with a tweet in which he teased his fans by asking “who’s ready?”
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    New Zealand v England: Hosts reach T20 tri-series final despite defeat

    England beat New Zealand by two runs but failed to reach the Twenty20 tri-series final against Australia.
    Captain Eoin Morgan hit 80 not out to help England post 194-7, ensuring they needed to restrict New Zealand to less than 175 to go through on net run rate.
    The hosts surged past that mark thanks to Colin Munro's 57 from 21 balls and Martin Guptill's 62 off 47 at Hamilton.
    Tom Curran's superb final over meant the Kiwis fell short in a thriller, but England bowled poorly early on.
    New Zealand face Australia in the final at Auckland on Wednesday because of a superior net run rate over that of England, who ended a run of three consecutive defeats with their first win of the series in the final group game.
    England will next play New Zealand in a five-match one-day international series, with the first game at Hamilton on Sunday, 25 February.
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    Winter Olympics: Austria's Marcel Hirscher wins slalom for second gold in Pyeongchang

    Austrian skiing great Marcel Hirscher claimed his second gold medal of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang with a sensational win in the giant slalom.
    He finished 1.27 seconds ahead of Norway's Henrik Kristoffersen while Frenchman Alexis Pinturault took bronze.
    The 28-year-old had never claimed an Olympic gold before winning the combined event on Tuesday.
    He remains on course for a hat-trick of medals with Thursday's slalom to come.
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    A reminder to your 2015 promise, Mr. President: A memo on preventing a new Boko Haram from forming

    Your speech sir, on May 29th 2015, promised to quash the murderous and wicked terrorists off Boko Haram Insurgency.

    You then signaled that your administration would, after the war, look into the root causes and genesis of the insurgency and bring a lasting solution to it. 

    It is my hope, now that the combat is (almost) over, to remind you on the need for the lasting peace the country trusted you would bring, before your tenure runs out, before the elections, whether you choose to run or not, whether you win at the polls or not.

    It is a known fact sir, that none of the Muslim nations of the world today, practice the age-old Amajiri system, rampant in northern Nigeria. A system that allows parents just callously discard their children to fend for themselves, food and shelter, right from the age of six or seven. 

    Mr. President, it is also a fact, that the average northerner today, trusts no leader as much as they trust you. They trust your integrity, goodwill, word and will-power. 

    The people equate you to the statesmen and founding fathers of Nigeria. 

    This means you could leave a legacy and set straight, the wrongs in the region in this day and age, wrongs which if tried by others, may bring a backlash and resistance. 
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