Showing posts from February, 2014

"A Country Full Of Infidels" - Boko Haram Leader Labels Many As Infidels, Names Targets Too.

Leader of the Jama’atu Ahlus Sunnati Lidda’awati Wal Jihad, otherwise known as Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, has vowed to launch more attacks on Nigeria and Nigerians.Kingpin of the dreaded sect in a new video made available to newsmen, has threatened to target Nigeria’s refineries and top northern leaders such as IBB, Buhari, Atiku and others.This is coming barely 73 hours after its members wasted several lives in renewed attacks in Adamawa and Borno States.He said the state of emergency currently imposed on Adamawa, Borno and Yobe State would not prevent them from carrying out their attacks.Shekau called on his members in other states, particularly Kano, to attack civilians and government institutions.The full text of his 28-minute video, delivered in Hausa, reads thus;“My brethren…you should hold on to your weapons and continue fighting. Let them understand that our work is not confined to Yobe, Borno and Adamawa (states). Make them understand that we are not restricted by emergency…

SAMSUNG GALAXY S5...What's Next?

Perhaps you thought the S4 was the height of it, well I gave it a thought too. With its dauntingly novel features I felt there could be nothing more than create a new brand away from the Galaxy series. But alas the flagship is here, The Galaxy S5 is here!
Samsung has officially announced its Galaxy S5 smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.The tech giant’s new flagship device is powered by a quad-core Krait chip running at 2.5GHz, and features a 5.1-inch, Full HD Super AMOLED display (1920 x 1080).Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone
Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone
Measuring in at 142 x 72.5 x 8.1mm, the Galaxy S5 tips the scales at 145g and is water and dust-resistant to the IP67 standard.The handset also includes a 16-megapixel camera on the rear, a 2-megapixel snapper on the front, and runs off a 2800 mAh battery. Google’s latest operating system Android 4.4.2 KitKat comes pre-installed.Samsung has confirmed that the phone will be capable of 4K UHD video recording at 3840 x …

"I Will Not Go Back To The Job" -Sanusi Declares

[Read Text of 1st Interview After Suspension]
This is a transcribed version of the major parts of suspended Central Bank Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi's first interview after his suspension. He spoke to CNBC Africa. ****Read the text below****.On Whether He Was On Notice With Respect To His Suspension:
Well, I have been told by my office that a letter was received. As you know, I flew in this morning to Niamey along with other Governors of West African Central Banks to meet with the President of Niger and President of Ghana…Fortunately, I came in with my VP Sarah Alade whom I have been asked to hand over to. I have left the meeting to hand over to her. I have just met the Nigerian Ambassador to Niger who confirmed to me that the President asked him to inform me of the decision.On Accusations Of "Various Acts of Financial Misconduct and Recklessness":
I don't know what they are talking about. When I come back, I will see what those allegations are…I don't thin…


No one man is an island of knowledge, everyone who know today, probed at one point or the other.
Questioning and fact finding are an inseparable duo. If any would make anything out of an endeavor, they must be ready and willing to ask questions.
Observing a wearying trend, I found out that many now do not ask questions as it was obtainable in the past.
Could it be that everyone now knows?
Could it be a matter of shyness?
Could it be a function of pride/self esteem?
Or that we are not skilled or have not mastered the art of questioning?
We'll set the ball of this discourse rolling from hence. To tackle correctly and convincingly the issue before us, there's a need to get personal, and factual, directing the afore questions to yourself.
Putting simply; "Why Do I or Don't I Ask Questions?"
General sampling revealed that people do not ask questions for the following reasons, and utmost amongst these reasons is;
1) Fear Of Revealing They Are Naïve:
More often than n…

Happy Birthday Essay!

Simi Adegbesan popularly known as ESSAY is a passionate worshipper, minstrel and praise singer, he has led so many souls to the presence of God with his sonorous feelings of worship.

The graduate of Crop Production from OOU, is the last child from d family of Seven. Born on February 1st Simi attended Atlas College for his O' levels and Lerato international school for his elementary studies. His first music performance was at Ola-Kris' Life-Changing programme themed: "To hell with Condoms"...

The powerful singer is currently based in Abeokuta with Global Harvest Rock-city. It will interest you to know that Simi has some singles out, one of it "Onibu-ore" is making waves on the internet while two more singles are on the way- i.e "Ajanaku" and "Roin-Roin".

The dark skinned handsome singer is into Contemporary Rock and Gospel fusion, Gospel Rnb. Deitrick Haddon, Maxwell, Lucky Dube and Sam Adeyemi are his role models.

"My wish is to…