Sunday, June 30, 2013

Photo: Tonto Dike Crying

Poko babe dey cry!!! . . .lol

What is "I love you" in your Local Dialect

English - I love u
Spanish - Te amo
Finnish - mina rakkastan
See more after the cut. . .

The Inhumane Treatment of EcoBank Nigeria Staff By Its Management

The management team of Eco Bank Nig Plc for upward of 2 years have decided to treat its staff like slaves. They make the staffs work till very late from Monday to Friday, and compel them to be at work on most Saturdays and Sundays.  
See more after the cut. . .

Photo: Iyanya + Lagbaja

The Kukere crooner was spotted with Iyanya at a concert in Abuja. .

Are we seeing a Collabo-to-be. . . .cant wait ooooooo. . . Kukere + Konko Below. . . .lol

Fans Blast Dr. Sid on Twitter

See tweets after the cut. . .

Photo: 2shotz New Haircut, Hot or Not?

Chemistry Teacher flogs female student to coma in Lagos

Apparently, it was gathered yesterday that a certain Abigail incurred the wrath of her teacher when she allegedly behaved rudely and acted contrary to his instructions during class session on the fateful day.

The Chemistry teacher was said to have asked all students whose parents were not present during the school’s open-day to stand on their feet, an instruction which Abigail allegedly ignored.

She reportedly disregarded, the teacher’s instruction and sat down while others stood up.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Mike Adenuga Pays N200 Million For His Burial Spot In A Cemetery

Th3 Second African and Nigeria Richest Man and CEO of Globacom Telecommunication Plc Chief Mike Adenuga,was reportedly paid a whooping sum of N200 million,to secure a place for him to be buried after his dismiss. Chief Mike Adenuga got himself some space at the Vaults and Garden, an ultra modern cemetery in Ikoyi, Lagos, beside Federal Radio Corporation Of Nigeria.

Former Governor of Lagos Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, open the cemetery in October 30th, 2006,Since then the cemetry as being used by the rich people and super rich people in nigeria. The cemetery space cost from rate of N750,000 to N40million or even above that price.

Hearts of Steel: Chapter 4

When I stepped off the plane, I thought about all of those comedy movies and cartoons where the frightened passenger throws himself on the ground and kisses it - promising never to fly again. It didn't seem so funny to me then, or farfetched. If it weren't for having to lug these bears all the way down to the passenger pickup area, I would have been down on my knees, thanking the Maker for allowing me to come through in one piece.

I suppose, in a small way, I should thank Him for Jack Deneen, too. If it weren't for Jack talking to me, calming me down, and even on occasion making me laugh, I would have been a nervous wreck. Or worse, carried off the plane heavily sedated like that crazy guy from that Twilight Zone  episode who saw a gremlin, bent on mass destruction, harassing him on the wing of the plane.

Friday, June 28, 2013

Photo: The Obamas' Trip to Former Slaving Port in Senegal

President Barack Obama has spent the afternoon touring a Senegalese Island where Africans were shipped across the Atlantic into slavery and he called the visit a 'very powerful moment.' Obama says visiting Goree Island Thursday with his family helps them fully appreciate the magnitude of the slave trade. They toured the museum at the Maison des Esclaves where slaves were gathered before going through the 'Door of No Return' and being forced onto ships bound for North America.

How to Create Your Own Clothing Line

Do you dream of starting your own clothing line?

To be successful, you'll have to learn how to run a business, market your products, and keep your customers happy. Here are some basics on getting started in the clothing and fashion business.

Step 1: Create a solid and clear business plan. Your business plan needs to lay out how you intend to manage your clothing line. Try to be as realistic as possible when you write this. Remember, it's better to underestimate your profits and be pleasantly surprised than to overestimate your abilities and be disappointed. Think about these aspects: -Funding -Costs -Research(what is current) -Profitability(part time or full time business) -Legalities(partnership) -Employees -Choose a brand name -Design a logo.

Step 2: Design the clothes .This is the fun part for many people,but it's only 10-15 percent of the process! Make sketches, get feedback, and decide which ones will constitute your first collection. Pick out fabrics and materials that are cost effective and current.

Step 3:  Create a website to promote your clothing line. Make sure it looks very professional and presents your line in the best light. Provide contact information, in case stores or other merchants want to get in touch with you. If you want to give people the ability to buy clothing from your website, you'll need to set up a shopping cart and merchant account so you can accept credit card payments.

Step 4.Promote your line- advertise it. Tell people, put it in newspapers and magazines. Make people aware that it exists.

 I hope this was helpful. See you at the top!

Photo: Yvonne Nelson in London

She really looks cute!


 "I know a kidney transplant will not cost more than 50K USD. Why are they requesting 100K when so many deals with cheaper hospitals out there in India even in Ghana can be worked out?’"

The above was the statement of Popular Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim concerning the ailment of Music Producer, OJB Jezreel. She questions the $100,000 reportedly required for his kidney transplant. 

Dbanj donates N7 million naira to OJB?

Apparently, I have been seeing this around blogs and forum that The Kokomaster himself, Eja Nla, and bangelee. .lol, donated the sum of N7 million naira to OJB's campaign!!

I dunno how true this is.. But Can anyone confirm ?

If its really true!! Then WOW!! That's really impressive!! God Bless Him! #SaveOJB

Hearts of Steel - Chapter Three

"See you on the other side," he said, then touched my shoulder in passing. My heart skipped up into my throat, beating so loudly that I didn't trust myself to speak. So I just nodded, and made myself extremely occupied with adjusting the seat-belt buckles on my bears.

Did he notice how he affected me? Could he tell how my fingers shook? They didn't feel like my own hands.

. . .Come on, Priye. Get a grip on yourself, girl. He wasn't all that. He probably didn't even mean to touch your shoulder. It was an accident, an incidental touching as he grabbed the back of the seat. . .

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Photo: A picture of Wizkid and King Sunny Ade

The starboy was recently spotted with Sunny Ade, I guess they are tryna cook up some things together!! Hehe. .I can wait!! Really I can wait. .At least the Jaiya Jaiye ft Wizkid was a massive Hit!!

The Starboy posted the picture this morning on twitter...
What do you say?

See photo below

Hearts of Steel - Chapter 2

"See you on the other side." I waved to Paul and Priscilla as they disappeared down the ramp. Over her shoulder, Priscilla blew me a kiss, then wrapped her arm around Paul. Hip-to-hip, they took their place among the other Gold Pass first-class customers. They took their seats. My first-class seat.

Why was I complaining? Let Priscilla have it. It was going to take more than money to bring some class to that woman. I loved Paul like a brother. He was my teammate, my drinking buddy, my confidant. There wasn't anything I wouldn't do for him...except tell him the truth about his lady.

Correction. His wife. Priscilla was his wife now. He wouldn't believe me if I told him anyway. Or maybe he would believe me and wind up hating me for forcing him to see the truth. If I were in Paul's shoes, I don't know if I could choose between my woman and my best friend.

Hearts of Steel - Chapter 1

"I want it, Mommy! Please...please...pleeeeeeze!"

I pretended that I couldn't see or hear the little boy sitting across from me in his mama's lap, squirming and begging to be set free. He'd already broken the child safety harness that was supposed to rein him in. As the plastic toy football sailed past my head yet a third time, I turned up the volume of my MP3 player and tried not to glare at him.

Now, where was that magazine I'd picked up at the airport gift shop? I'd better not have lost it. The thing might've cost me three times the regular newsstand price. Where do they get off charging that much for a magazine? For that kinda money, the pages had better be edged in gold.

Hearts of Steel - Prologue


Football sucks. It has to be the most idiotic game ever invented. No, I take that back. I think that game where the moderator exclaims "Its a 3-pointer!" takes the prize for idiocy. But football runs a close second.

I'm not talking about football, otherwise known as soccer. Noted players like Pele can make even bouncing a ball on top of their heads look sophisticated. 

Am I ready for some football? No, Never. Not even if you paid me. Before you jump into conclusions, let me be the first to say that I know what the game is all about. Nobody can accuse me, Priye Cole, of letting ignorance prejudice my thinking. That is, I know how the game is played. I know how many players are supposed to be on the field. I know the players positions. I understand the mechanics of the game.