Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Popular messaging app, WhatsApp, intends to add the GIF feature to its next update. No official announcement has been made yet but the feature was spotted in its BETA version.
Whatsapp is currently known to use emoticons, texts and images to communicate.
Under just 10 minutes, infact just as I was preparing my last post, the dollar to naira rate increased by N5.
Which way, Naija?
Pheeewww! It's finally ended. The much talked about Big Brother Nigeria. Now the country can go back to its usual business, Lol!
Congratulations to Efe on winning
|Efe, winner, Big Brother Nigeria 2017|
and also to Bisola for getting that far.
|Bisola, 1st Runner Up, Big Brother Nigeria 2017|
Didn't really keep up with the reality show but with social media, you can have an idea of what was happening in the house. Alot of people watching were happy TBoss didn't win. It wouldn't have been fair if she did because to be honest, that chick is too rigid. I wonder how she got in sef 😟
Ok so its back to business, Nigerians.
Friday, March 24, 2017
No title, no image. Lol! Just a post to let everyone know I'm still here o! Lol!. I know I've been silent and trust me if only you knew. Keeping up with everything can be a bugger but I'm learning to balance it all. Each day comes with its own, still I sail through and move on to the next challenge.
I have missed you guys. I have missed blogging. I have missed sharing. I have missed making you laugh in my own way even if it may seem boring sometimes. LOL
Ok so, there's alot that's been going on social media that its alot to keep up with. One of the current ones is the ongoing Big Brother Naija. Sadly I haven't done any post and how long has it been? 👀. Well, that's because my phone which was my main workstation got soaked by beach water (yeah, true story of a beach outing I would never forget Lol) and then stopped functioning. The phones they make these days, beautiful on the outside and so fragile on the inside #sigh
Anyways, its been eons and hopefully that's going to change as I intend to resume writing and blogging and doing my little best to keep you guys in the know.
#GodsWordForToday, #DumbRelationshipQuestions, #DailyNewsPosts and a couple more features will resume as well. So y'al should keep staying tuned for what's to come. Only gets better.
Till my next post,
Thursday, January 19, 2017
A video uploaded on the Facebook page of Pastor Zendile Andries November of Victorious Faith Ministries, South Africa, shows the pastor asking one of his female congregants whether she has “pimples” on her vagina. When she said ‘yes’‚ a man removes November’s shoe and the pastor is seen handing it to the woman to place between her thighs. She then suddenly falls to the floor with the shoe between her thighs.
Another female member is then shown saying that she went to the bathroom with the woman and that she is now healed and will finally be able to sleep with her husband. The woman is crying and there are cheers all round as the pastor tells her to rush home – meaning home to her husband as she is healed.
Senator Nelson Effiong, representing Akwa Ibom South, has cross-carpeted from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to the All Progressives Congress, APC. The lawmaker announced his defection to the ruling party on the floor of the red chambers at today’s plenary.
Effiong, who cited party crisis as his reason for defection, said,“Over the past one year this party has disintegrated; because of the crisis in the party, I have decided to resign from the PDP and join the APC.”
In his reaction, the senate Minority leader, Godswill Akpabio, frowned at the decision, saying the lawmaker has automatically lost his senate seat because he became a senator under the platform of the PDP.
Akpabio warned that the party will contend Effiong’s continued stay in the senate in court.
Recall that a senator from Ondo south, Omoyele Omogunwa, had in November 2016, defected from the PDP to the APC.
"The bombing by the Nigerian Air Force of a camp of displaced people in Rann, north-eastern Nigeria, has caused a high number of victims among displaced people and of humanitarian aid workers there to help them.
The European Union conveys its most sincere condolences to the victims and their families.
A full investigation needs to be launched in order to clarify the circumstances of this tragedy and hold to account those responsible.The European Union stands in full solidarity with the displaced population affected by Boko Haram violence in Northeast Nigeria, providing humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable, as well as development assistance.
The European Union has also been working closely with the relevant stakeholders in the Lake Chad basin to bring an end to the cycle of violence which seriously affects the region."