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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Enugu State governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi tells stakeholders to Speed Up PVC registration.

Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi
Poto Credit: Daily Times

The Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, has ordered all stakeholders in the state to increase efforts towards the on-going voters’ registration exercise in the state.

The efforts should be geared towards the mobilization sensitization and of eligible voters, to get registered by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in order for them to obtain their permanent voters’ cards (PVCs).

He said this during the expanded meeting of the Enugu East Senatorial District of the Peoples Democratic Party which was held at its Enugu zonal headquarters.

The governor stressed the importance of the door to door voters’ campaign which all the stakeholders should actively participate in. He also urged eligible voters to get their permanent voters’ card in order for them to be able to participate in the forthcoming general elections.

Ugwuanyi also advised the party stakeholders to always stand for peace and reconciliation in order for the party to wax stronger in Enugu state.

How to Join the Foodwell Food Network and Never go hungry.

Foodwell

Join our newly launched Foodwell food network and get enough food items for your home. Foodwell Nigeria is a registered company with CAC as a subsidiary of ReHoB FOODS.

Our website is www.foodwellnigeria.com and Our Head office is at No. 14 Akpakpan street Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

OUR OFFER

* Cheap signup fee (N1500 only).

* You refer 3 people only and get foodstuffs until the last grade which is grade 7.

* Easy matrix (3×1 on all levels).

* Prompt delivery/collection of your food items wherever you are in Nigeria.

Foodwell Nigeria is in 32 States of the federation, so distance is not a barrier.

 

COMPENSATION PLAN

(Grade 1)

1 Carton Noodles

Half Crate Eggs

2 Rolls of Tomato Paste

Or

5kg Rice (1 bag)

Seasoning

2 Rolls of Tomato Paste

 

(Grade 2)

5kg Rice

1 liter of Kings Vegetable Oil

1 Roll of Tomato paste

Spices

Onions

Chili Pepper

 

(Grade 3)

5kg Rice

1 Litre of Palm Oil

1 liter of Kings Vegetable Oil

3 Packets of Spaghetti

3 Tins of Sardine/Geisha

Salt

Morning Fresh

Scrubbing Sponge

 

(Grade 4)

Milk

Milo

Cornflakes

Quakers

4Kg custard

Margarine

Sugar

Cracker

Lipton

ToothPaste

 

(Grade 5)

Rice(10kg)

1 Carton of Noodles

1 Carton of Tomato Paste

Spices

450kg Milo

500g Milk

500g Golden Morn

200g Detergent

6 packets of Tissue

Toothpaste

 

(Grade 6)

Toaster

Blender

Gas Cooker

Set of Pot

Set of Cooking Spoon

Set of Cutlery

Frying Pan

Whistling Kettle

 

(Grade 7)

200,000 naira cash transferred to your account.

 

HOW TO REGISTER IN FOODWELL NIGERIA

  1. Click on www.foodwellnigeria.com
  2. Click on Navigation
  3. Type in your phone number in the space for email/phone number.
  4. Type in your Upline code if you have one, but if you don’t have it, please leave the space blank and submit.
  5. It will open a page with a registration form. Fill the form, then click on register, and it will take you to your dashboard. This shows you are a free member and your account is yet to be verified or activated.

 

PAYMENT OPTION 1

Make a one-time payment of 1500 naira to the company’s account:

Account number: 0095405059

Account name: Rehob Foods

Bank: Diamond bank.

Write out your debit information on a paper. This should include;

  1. Date.
  2. Time of transaction.
  3. Senders account name and the name of the person you paid for, that is if you paid for someone.
  4. The amount transferred, that is if you paid for others in bulk. Please list out the names of all the people you paid for with the date, time, the total amount paid and senders account name.

Snap it and upload it as their proof of payment in the column above your dashboard and click on verify my account for it to be submitted to the company for verification.

Immediately the company confirms your payment, your Foodwell account is activated and you can start signing up your downlines with your registration code and referral link.

 

(PAYMENT OPTION 2)

For quick verification and Instant activation of your account, this payment option is the best.

  1. Click on the blue bar where you see, pay N1500 with Master card and visa card. (You can click on it to see all the card options.

If you are using Master Card or Verve, click on pay in Naira master card or Verve.

If you are using Visa, click on pay in Naira Visa.

Type in your active email address in the column provided and click on make payment button.

The online payment credit card format will appear.  Go ahead to complete the normal online payment process, and when the transaction is successful, your Foodwell account is automatically activated.

For more information, please call Foodwell customer care line 07089369203

or

Send us a mail via info@foodwellnigeria.com

 

Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @foodwellnigeria

Foodwell Nigeria – Fighting hunger and giving hope.

You are welcome!!!

Winter 2018 Olympics: Nigerian and Tongan teams make loudest debut.

Winter 2018 Olympics
The Nigerian team at the Winter 2018 Olympics Opening Ceremony.

The Winter 2018 Olympics is starting on a colorful note as different countries participate in the match past with outfits representing their countries.

Ngozi Onwumere, Bobsled athlete is the Nigerian flag bearer at the opening ceremony of 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics held at the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium.

Being West Africa’s first Bobsled Team to qualify for the Winter Games is no mean feat and Ngozi, as well as her teammates, Seun Adigun and Akuoma Omeoga, are ready to compete.

Winter 2018 Olympics
Ngozi leading the Nigerian Team during the opening ceremony.

Nigeria’s first female skeleton athlete to feature in the Winter games, Adeagbo Simidele also walked alongside the Bobsled athletes.

Also walking alongside the athletes is former Director General, National Sports Commission, Gbenga Elegbeleye, wearing an agbada and also flying the Nigerian flag.

On the other hand, Pita Taufatofua, despite the 32˚F cold at 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony, stepped out in his signature look – Shirtless, with only his Bermuda shorts.

Pita Taufatofua at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony.

This is not the first time the 34-year-old athlete has stepped out in this manner. Two years ago at the Olympic Opening Ceremony in Rio, he came out shiny and shirtless carrying his country’s flag.

Winter 2018 Olympics
Pita Taufatofua at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony.

This is a clear case of one sticking to his brand.

Pita is known for excellence in his Summer Olympics sport; taekwondo; and his Winter Olympics sport; cross-country skiing.

He is also the first Tongan to appear in both the Summer and Winter Olympics and the only Tongan at this year’s games.

Photo Credits: Harry How and Matthias Hangst – Getty Images.

Femi Otedola finally opens Instagram account.

Femi Otedola

Femi Otedola, Nigerian business mogul, billionaire, and chairman of Forte Oil Plc has finally signed up on Instagram.

According to him, he did it to wad away fake accounts. It’s no longer news that a lot of people try to impersonate celebrities and rich persons and most times engage in fraudulent activities using their names.

See his first post on Instagram below:

To wad away fake accounts, I have started my own genuine Instagram. F.Ote$.

A post shared by Femi Otedola (@femiotedola) on

Nigerian actress, Mercy Johnson had once warned her fans to beware of scammers as she was not giving out Iphones and Ipads.

Records have it that with an estimated net worth of over US$1.2 billion, Otedola was the second Nigerian to ever make the Forbes annual list of the world’s richest people.

Otedola is also known for rising in style after falling, following a massive drop in the stock price of Oil and also being a super caring father to his 3 daughters and son who always seize every opportunity to tell the world about their dad.

About 13 hours after his first post, Otedola has about 7,765 followers and he is following only 5 people ; his daughters, Temi Otedola, Florence Otedola (DJ Cuppy), Tolani Otedola, music artiste, Davido, and Forte Oil Nigeria.

Femi Otedola

[Graphic Photos] Aborted Triplets found in Waste Bin.

aborted triplets

The photo above has been making rounds on social media. A set of aborted triplets were found earlier this morning in a dustbin during an environmental sanitation. One Social media User, Okafor Emeka wrote:

STOP ABORTION
Ladies, please I’m down on my knees in the name of God Almighty. Stop all these things you’re doing.

How can you on earth carry an unborn baby you’ve suffered for about nine months only for you to throw it off in a refuge bin?

This is just outrageous and big murder. This set of triplet babies were found earlier this morning in a dustbin during an environmental sanitation…… Some ladies are just too heartless.

Aborted triplets

Breaking News: Court orders arrest of Innoson Motors CEO

Innoson motors
Photo Credit: The will

A bench warrant for the arrest of the Chairman of Innoson Motors Nigeria Limited, Innocent Chukwuma was issued Friday by an Ikeja High Court

The court in a ruling by Justice Mojisola Dada ordered that Chukwuma be produced in the next adjournment for probable arraignment over alleged forgery.

According to Vanguard, the court made this decision due to the fact that Innocent failed to appear before the court again for arraignment over the criminal matter pressed against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in his face off with the Guaranty Trust Bank, GTB.

Justice Mojisola Dada ordered that Mr. Innocent Chukwuma should be arrested and kept in custody a day before the next adjourned date, March 14, 2018. More details later.

It can be recalled that operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC had in December 2017 arrested the CEO of Innoson Group, Innocent Chukwuma, and later released him.

Innoson had called Guarantee Trust Bank out as being behind the arrest which the bank denied.

Winter Olympics 2018: Free condoms being distributed

Winter Olympics
Photo Credit: Daily beast

It’s the Winter 2018 Olympic season in PyeongChang, South Korea, and one significant activity to be noted is the distribution of free Olympic condoms.

Free condoms will be given out at different venues in the 2018 PyeongChang games as well as the Olympic village.

About 110,000 condoms have been given out to the athletes so far.

According to reports by Korea Biomedical Review, 100,000 condoms were donated by a local condom manufacturing company know as Barunsengkak while the other 10,000 were donated by the Korean Association for AIDS Prevention (KAAP).

Distribution of Condoms during Olympics games is no new thing. The free distribution started in the Summer 1988 Olympics which was held at Seoul, South Korea in a campaign to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.

In 2016, Summer Olympics held at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 450,000 free condoms were distributed.

Sex at the Olympics cannot be controlled as there are a lot of adults around the area during that period. A lot of people have attested to that fact.

There have also been reports of funding the used free condoms in different places at Olympics arena.

According to reports by Korea Biomedical Review, the condoms will be distributed in different places such as the Olympic village, media center, the stadiums, while some will also be placed in the bathrooms

Sex worker jailed for trafficking minor.

Sex worker jailed
Miracle Ita. Photo Credit: LIB

A sex worker and mother of two, Miracle Ita has been sentenced to two years imprisonment following a Federal High Court ruling in Lagos.

The 27-year-old commercial sex worker is said to have trafficked a 16-year-old girl from Oron Local government area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

According to the court, Miracle is to pay a fine of N250,000.

According to Josiah Emerole, the NAPTIP Head of Press and Public Relations, the 27-year-old Miracle, was arrested on July 15, 2016 by the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) at a Brothel known as Okon Brothel in Ajah, Lagos where the victim was being exploited.

She went further to give a ‘not guilty’ plea to the one count of trafficking in persons preferred against her on February 24, 2016 when she was arraigned in court.

The case with Charge number, FHC/L/57C/2016 commenced on May 12, 2016 after the ‘not guilty’ plea, and the final written addresses of both parties were adopted on December 11, 2017.

Honorable Justice Obiozor, while delivering judgment on Tuesday, found her guilty and sentenced her to 2 years imprisonment with a fine of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira only (N250,000).

The Director-General of NAPTIP, Dame Julie Okah-Donli, applauded and thanked the judiciary as well as the trial judge for joining the agency in fighting against human trafficking and traffickers.

She added that the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons as well as other law enforcement agencies in conjunction with the judiciary will continue to work actively towards making Nigeria void of human traffickers.

 

In the Night (Part 2) – By Ak Kingsley

Ak Kingsley

At ‘anwa idung’ (village square), the entire Inyang Ibom clan is gathered for an emergency meeting to deliberate on issues of urgent concern.

‘Anwa Idung’ is strategically located at a junction where three semi narrow bush tracks meet.

These tracks lead to the three major villages making up the clan (Okono Obio, Nto Usoh & Udung Enwe).

Close to it is Akai Ekpo (forest of ekpo cult) where initiates meet for usual activities.

Briefly, the Clan Head steps aside with elders for a short meeting as some women and youth are seen discussing, showing gestures of disapproval of something.

Nkoyo and Affiong are quietly seated on a small log of wood, both wearing a sad look, still mourning their late husband, Okokon, as the leader and some members of ‘Nka Uforo Ibaan’ (women association of the clan) attempt to keep them company.

With the return of Nsobom and Clan elders to the square, Ukaang, the clan town crier, calls the gathering to order.

“Inyang Ibom isongo!”, Ukaang greets in the native way, as the people respond, “Iyah!”. He greets on, “Okono Obio nte isongo! Nto Usoh mmamma! Ojeh ojeh ojeh badi Udung Enwe! Udung Enwe idediong o!” he greets all villages of the clan and speaks on;

“People of Inyang Ibom Clan, you are welcome to our ancestral square tonight.

You see, Nsobom called us here because the toad is on the road in broad daylight”. Ukaang barely makes a statement without including riddles.

“Let me step aside and allow our royal father to address us. Thank you”, he steps back as Nsobom manages to stand with the help of his royal staff.

Nsobom Ntuenibok Etukudo Ekpeowo is the youngest Clan Head of Inyang Ibom, currently serving the Udung Enwe slot of the clan headship, although there are arguments that his late father adopted him from Okono Obio, through one of his concubines from the area.

This position is often expressed by people of Udung sub-village, who initially challenged his place of birth and indigenousness not to be of Udung Enwe, but Okono Obio.

Tonight, he breaks a news that earlier existed as rumors in markets and farms.

Nsobom Ekpeowo greets the people and speaks on; “my people, I called us here tonight to discuss what we cannot afford to ignore.

I must say that we have come to the point of our existence where what happens to the leg, affects the whole body”.

The square is silent now, everyone pays great attention to him as he continues.

“Of recent, we have heard the happenings in Obio-oko, Adunam and other places within Odoro-Idut, following the wickedness of Akusa men.

In fact, it is no longer an Odoro-Idut affair. Just the other day, we lost our sons who journeyed to Obio-oko for business, including Okokon, the only brother to Ukofia, our head of warriors”.

This time, Nkoyo and Affiong can no longer hold it. They begin to shed tears.

As other people begin to shed tears, while some shake their heads in regret, Nsobom breaks the news.

“It may have been rumored about, but let me say that Etubom Idut nyin has given directives for Akusa goat dealers to be given plots of land across the entire Idut kingdom, for them to confine their goats to one place and feed them.

He believes this will solve the problem caused by Akusa men”. The murmur as the meeting gets slightly rowdy. Efforts to call the meeting to order is unsuccessful as emerges with rage from the crowd to speak.

(To be continued…)

Drone designed and built in Akwa Ibom

Drone designed and built in Akwa Ibom
The Made in Akwa Ibom Drone.

Drone designed and built in Akwa Ibom

The Nigerian technology sector has been active recently as several innovations have been surfacing.

Last year, 21-year-old Ukaoma Michael who makes standing fans was featured on Veragist.

These innovations have mostly been from young Nigerians. One of such is that which has surfaced the internet recently.

A group of five Electrical Electronics Engineers have designed and built a drone.

The team of five; Jones Joseph, Ekemini Abner, Gabriel Umoh, Ekpo Esua Ekpo, & Faith Okon started out in January 2017 and got the drone completed in November 2017.

A post made the group leader, Jones Joseph on Facebook read:

“On January 2017, I coordinated a group of five smart Engineers; Ekemini Abner, Ekpo Esua EkpoGabriel Umoh, and Faith Okon, all Electrical Electronics Engineers as we dared the undared by designing, fabricating & producing an unmanned aerial vehicle popularly known as DRONE.

It was a daunting task.  We failed many times, got discouraged because of the high cost of components importation, got frustrated because most items were not found in the Nigerian market.

But we pushed on to achieve that euphoria of success, God standing by us. November same year, our locally made drone successfully flew.

I’ve not been moved to post this achievement on social media, but for some strange combination of reasons, I’m posting it today to encourage someone embarking on any project.

Nothing is too difficult to achieve, though we come from Nigeria, there’s a lot we can do technologically.”

See more photos of the drone below:

Jones Joseph holding the drone.

 

 

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