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FIFA President, Sepp Blatter pays tribute to Rasheed Yekini via Twitter

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FIFA President Sepp Blatter paid tribute to Nigeria’s
late football hero Rashidi Yekini Thursday.
The former Olympiacos and Vitoria Setubal striker
would have turned 50 on 23rd of October if he were
alive, and Blatter tweeted a tribute in honour of the
legend’s birthday.
“Rasheed Yekini would have been 50 today. His
name as scorer of Nigeria’s first World Cup goal
lives on,” the message on Blatter’s official twitter
handle read.
Yekini was top scorer in the 1994 Africa Cup of
Nations enroute to the Super Eagles winning the
competition which he was also adjudged to be the
Most Valuable Player.

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Flying High: Nigeria’s Super Eagles Set World Cup Record

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Following a 2-1 win over the Walia Antelopes of
Ethiopia, Nigeria’s Super Eagles have set a new
African record for longest unbeaten run in the
World Cup qualifiers.
Courtesy of the win, Nigeria have set a new
record of going unbeaten in 27 World Cup
qualifying matches.
The last time Nigeria tasted defeated in a World
Cup qualifier was as far back as 2004, when
they lost to Angola in Luanda.
Since then, Nigeria have won eighteen and
drawn nine of their last 27 World Cup qualifying
games, setting an African record.

PHOTO- 9-Year-old Boy becomes Nigeria’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional

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A nine-year-old pupil of Role Model School, Oregun,
Ikeja, Lagos, Jomiloju Tunde-Oladipo, has emerged
the youngest Nigerian Microsoft certified
professional.
He came tops among 21 pupils who sat for the
professional examination in Lagos.
He is now a Microsoft office specialist in office word
2010.
Jomiloju scored 769 out of 1,000 in the examination
held in August.
In his examination score report, the slim-built boy
performed well in Sharing and Maintaining
Documents, Formatting Content, Applying Page
Layout, and Reusable Content, among other
subjects.
By the feat, Jomiloju has joined the league of young
Microsoft certified professionals, including Nigeria’s
10-year-old Anjolaoluwa Seyi-Ojo; an eight-year-old
Indian, Lavishnashree, and two Pakistanis, named
Arfa and Thobani.
Microsoft Certified Professional is a certification
programme provided by Microsoft Corporation. The
certification is tailored towards building skills on
Microsoft business solutions, focusing on client-end
operating systems such as windows XP, Vista,
Windows7 among others.
Jomiloju, whose certificate was signed by the Chief
Executive Officer, Microsoft Corporation, Steven
Ballmer, says he did not achieve this feat easily, but
through persistence and hard work.
He says, “It was not all that easy, because I had
attempted the examination last year, I did not make
it then. But I remained focused and I put in a lot of
hard work.
“At home and in the school, I am always on the
computer. After school hours, if am not doing
anything, I will go to my Information
Communication Technology teacher, to learn more.”
Jomiloju sat for the examination when he was in
primary Five.
Relating his experience, Jomiloju says, “In all, I
answered 20 questions, after answering a question,
the computer takes you to another one. And at
times, there will be an instruction to skip the next
question. But the programme still directs one to
come back to those questions one had earlier
skipped.”

Nigerian oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija takes Oprah’s place as richest black woman

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Move over Oprah, Nigerian
oil tycoon Folorunsho
Alakija is now the richest
black woman in the world
with an estimated fortune
of $7.3 billion. Starting her career as a
secretary in a bank in the
mid 1970s, Alakija, 62,
then studied fashion in
London and returned to
Nigeria to start a label,
Supreme Stitches. But her
biggest break came in oil.
In 1993, her company,
Famfa Oil, was awarded
an oil prospecting license,
which later became OML
127, one of the country’s
most prolific oil blocks, by
then-president Ibrahim
Babangida.
The company owned a 60 per cent stake in the
block until 2000 when the Nigerian government
unconstitutionally acquired a 50 per cent interest
without duly compensating Alakija or Famda Oil.
In May 2012, Alakija, a married mother-of-four,
challenged the acquisition and the Nigerian
Supreme Court reinstated the 50 per cent stake to
her company.
She also has a charity called the Rose of Sharon
foundation that helps widows and orphans by
empowering them through scholarships and
business grants.
According to Forbes, Oprah Winfrey is worth $2.9 billion. Source: Dailymail.co.uk

Strikes will end soon says President Goodluck Jonathan

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President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday said that
because of the importance his administration
attached to the medical and educational sectors, he
was determined to do all within his powers to
resolve all issues that currently lead to labour
disputes and strikes in both sectors.
Resident doctors and members of the Academic
Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) are currently on strike.
Jonathan promised to resolve the labour crises while
granting audience to a delegation of the Nigeria
Medical Association led by its National President, Dr.
Osahon Enabulele, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
His promise was contained in a statement issued by
his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr.
Reuben Abati, at the end of the closed-door session.
“I believe that we must manage both (education and
medical) sectors in such a way that nobody engaged
in them will think of going on strike again. We will
continue to proactively evolve measures that will
help us to permanently overcome the problems that
lead to strikes by health and education
professionals,” the President was quoted as saying
at the meeting attended by the Minister of Labour,
Emeka Wogu, Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu
and other top government officials.
Jonathan reportedly assured the delegation that his
administration would take necessary actions to
ensure that the right conditions were created for
Nigerian medical professionals to stay at home and
avail Nigerians of their skills and expertise instead
of migrating to other countries.
He said his government was determined to correct a
situation where about 25,000 Nigerian medical
consultants were currently practising in the United
States alone as confirmed to him by President
Barack Obama.
He described as an anomaly a situation
where this huge number of Nigerian medical experts
were abroad and yet the nation could not treat its
sick people in its own hospitals
He said, “There is clearly a missing link somewhere
and we will do everything possible to fix it. We will
continue to work with professional bodies and all
stakeholders to come up with more policies and
actions that will help us overcome current
challenges in our medical sector.
“We will work with the National Assembly to ensure
the quick passage of the National Health Bill. We
will take prompt action to reconstitute the Medical
and Dental Council of Nigeria. We will also consider
recommendations for the establishment of the
Office of the Surgeon-General of the Federation.
“I believe that we must always do what is best for
our country. We will review all the other issues you
have raised and act accordingly. When things are
done properly, issues of welfare and remuneration
in the health sector will disappear.”
The President also promised that the Federal
Government would explore the option of creating a
special intervention fund that would facilitate the
rapid establishment of more centres of medical
excellence across the country.

The ASUU Effect: Nigeria Becomes African Country With Largest Number Of Internet Users

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According to the latest Internet World Stats,
Nigeria leads the African continent in the
number of people who have access to the
internet.
According to IT & Telecom Digest, Nigeria tops
Africa at 45 million Internet users, while Egypt,
Morocco and Kenya, respectively, follow the
West African nation with 21.7 million, 15.7
million and 10.6 million people being connected.
South Africa ranked fifth, with 6.8 million people
with access to the Internet, ahead of Tanzania
which has 4.9 million Internet users. World Wide
Worx MD Arthur Goldstuck said South Africa’s
low Internet connectivity rate, as compared to
Nigeria, Egypt, Morocco and Kenya, is as a result
of the country’s smaller population size of 50
million people.
Nigeria, for instance, has a population of 150
million people, while Egypt has 80 million
people. The report also said Africa’s total
number of Internet users has increased
dramatically since 2000, from having 4.5 million
connected users in that year to 139 875 242 at
the end of 2011.
Falling international connectivity costs in Africa
and the rapid uptake of both smartphones and
ordinary phones that allow Web browsing and
data applications are two key factors that have
driven up Internet usage in Africa, said
Goldstuck.
However, despite the rise in Internet users on
the continent, Internet World Stats says Africa
still has the world’s lowest Internet penetration
rate at 13.5 per cent.
I am sure such spike in internet usage in Nigeria is solely due to the ongoing 100+ days old ASUU strike plaguing the country…..ijs.

Nigeria To Experience A Lunar Eclipse On October 19 & Solar Eclipse On November 3rd

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According to International Time U.T.C, A Lunar
Eclipse will occur On October 19 and a solar eclipse
will occur on November 3 2013 which will be visible
in some parts of the World. It will be visble in cities like Abuja, Ilorin, Kaduna, Lagos and other north central and western cities in Nigeria. Mark the date folks cos I know I have….ijs.

EBONY REIGNS! Mo Abudu Named One Of The Most Powerful Women In Global TV

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I love it when one of ours is recognised
globally for doing good work and putting Nigeria on the map and Africa at large on the world map. This year has been an exciting year for Mosunmola Abudu, Chairwoman and Chief Executive of EbonyLife TV popularly known as Mo Abudu.
Rising from the days of anchoring and producing Africa’s first syndicated show, Moments With Mo in 2006, into owning a TV network – EBONYLIFE
TV, Africa’s first continent-wide broadcaster targeting Africa’s growing aspirational middle class with programming that ‘celebrates style
and success while motivating its audience to dream and dream big’ – Mo Abudu.
Mo Abudu who is recognised by The Hollywood Reporter as revolutionizing pay TV in Africa, is identified amongst 25 women, as the female innovators who oversee empires on their own
terms with savvy determination to make a mark on worldwide TV, through giving greenlight to shows on International TV that captivate
millions and adapt in a rapidly changing global media industry.
Mo Abudu is recognised as Africa’s answer to Oprah. Moments with Mo has featured guests from Hillary Clinton to Diane Von Furstenberg to presidents to musicians to actors and game
changers – the show is carried across 48 African countries.
Other women recognised on the list of 25 were Elisabeth Murdoch(Chairman of Shine), Cecile Frot-Coutaz (FremantleMedia boss), Martha Brass( Endemol COO), Anke Shaeferkordt (RTL Group), Elisabeth Durand
(TF1), Sophie Turner Laing (BSkyB), Natalya Sindeyeva (Owner and General Director of TV Channel Dozhd, Russia), Sneha Rajani (Executive VP and Business Head, Sony Entertainment Television, India), Nomin Chinbat
(CEO, HD TV Network, Mongolia0 and many others – visit The Hollywood Reporter for full list.
In Drake’s voice, it’s safe to say Mo Abudu started from the bottom and look at where she is now – Mo Abudu is a self-taught TV host, no formal training – just love and passion.
All it takes is to keep dreaming and keep pushing the envelope and most
ultimately, believing in yourself and working hard to attain what is necessary and consistently improving.
Note that this is The Hollywood Reporter‘s inaugural list on Women in International TV. Source: The Hollywood Reporter magazine + 360nobs

Ventures Magazine Identifies 55 Billionaires In Africa, And 20 Are Nigerians!

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A Nigerian-based financial magazine, Ventures
financial magazine has made an updated list of
the billionaires in Africa, bringing the count to a
current 55.
They include three women – the mother of
Kenya’s president, a daughter of Angola’s
president and a Nigerian oil tycoon and fashion
designer.
The richest man is Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote, with
a fortune of $20.2bn (£12.5bn), Ventures said.
The list is likely to reignite debate about
inequality between rich and poor people in
Africa, correspondents say.
In April, the World Bank said the number of
people living in extreme poverty in Africa had
risen in the past three decades from 205 million
to 414 million.
The 55 billionaires it has identified are more
numerous than the 16 listed by US financial
magazine Forbes last year.
It was able to identify dozens more billionaires
by using “on-the-ground knowledge” to
overcome hurdles that may have “hampered”
other researchers, Ventures said.
The magazine estimated the 55 billionaires’
combined fortunes at $143.88bn, an average of
a $2.6bn per person.
Of the 55, 20 are Nigerian, 9 are South
African and 8 are Egyptian.
The richest woman is Nigeria’s Folorunsho
Alakija, who made her $7.3bn fortune mainly in
the country’s oil industry, while
Isabel Dos Santos, an Angolan investor and the
eldest daughter of Angolan President Jose
Eduardo dos Santos, together with Ngina
Kenyatta, the mother of Kenya’s President
Uhuru Kenyatta, also made the cut.
Ventures listed Harvard-trained businessman
Allan Gray as South Africa’s richest man, with a
fortune of $8.5bn.
“This media-shy South African moneyman
controls two investment companies that
collectively manage over $50bn in assets,”
Ventures said.
Nathan Kirsh, a property tycoon in the tiny
kingdom of Swaziland, also made it on the list.
He is worth $3.6bn, and has business interests
in London and New York, Ventures said.
Ventures editor-in-chief Oozo Eewala told the
BBC’s Focus on Africa radio programme that its
estimate of 50 billionaires was probably
conservative.
“There is this culture where people don’t necessarily
want to show their wealth, considering the gap
between the rich and poor,” he said.
“If you have a lot of money, there are a lot of
people that you have to support so we think
people may be a little reluctant to be all splashy
about what they have and what their assets
are.”

HELLO! Nigeria Magazine: The Launch With Mrs Fashola, Mo Abudu, Agbani Darego, Dolapo Oni & More (Photos)

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In an attempt to keep my promise to post photos from the Launch of Hello! Nigeria Magazine’s Debut issue, despite the headache my wordpress for blackberry app has been giving me all day, please follow this link to view the amazing photos of the star studded event http://www.360nobs.com/2013/10/hello-magazine-nigeria-the-launch-with-mrs-fashola-mo-abudu-agbani-darego-dolapo-oni-morephotos/ FYI, its a must see, esp cos of how stunning former Miss World Agbani Darego looked in a Purple Strapless, knee length Hervé Léger dress. Former Mr. Nigeria Brian Okpara who has kinda being missing for sometime from the Naija social scene also made and appearance…… Including Ebuka Obii-Uchendu, Frank Oshodi, Agbani Darego, Bola Balogun, Stephanie Coker, Dolapo Oni, Desmond Elliot, Mai Atafo in a Mai Atafo suit, Mo Abudu in Givenchy and a host of others. Enjoy.

Nigeria’s Population To Be Higher Than US By 2050, 9.7 billion Projected For The World

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The world’s population is currently 7.1 billion, but it
is projected to rise to 9.7 billion in 2050.
A French study has identified India as the country to
overtake China as the world’s most populous nation.
The world’s most populous nations are currently
China with 1.3 billion people; followed by India (1.2
billion); the US (316.2 million); Indonesia (248.5
million) and Brazil (195.5 million).
But in 2050, India will take pole position with 1.6
billion people.
China will be in second place at 1.3 billion.
A bi-annual report by the French Institute of
Demographic Studies has projected there will be 10
to 11 billion people on the planet by the end of the
century.
The projections run parallel to forecasts by the UN,
the World Bank and other prominent national
institutes.
A UN study in June said the global population would
swell to 9.6 billion in 2050 and the number of people
aged 60 and above would catapult from 841 million
now to two billion in 2050 and nearly three billion in
2100.

Nigeria’s Population To Be Higher Than US By 2050, 9.7 billion Projected For The World

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The world’s population is currently 7.1 billion, but it
is projected to rise to 9.7 billion in 2050.
A French study has identified India as the country to
overtake China as the world’s most populous nation.
The world’s most populous nations are currently
China with 1.3 billion people; followed by India (1.2
billion); the US (316.2 million); Indonesia (248.5
million) and Brazil (195.5 million).
But in 2050, India will take pole position with 1.6
billion people.
China will be in second place at 1.3 billion.
A bi-annual report by the French Institute of
Demographic Studies has projected there will be 10
to 11 billion people on the planet by the end of the
century.
The projections run parallel to forecasts by the UN,
the World Bank and other prominent national
institutes.
A UN study in June said the global population would
swell to 9.6 billion in 2050 and the number of people
aged 60 and above would catapult from 841 million
now to two billion in 2050 and nearly three billion in
2100.

The 53 Gold-Plated iPhones For Nigeria’s Independence Day Celebration Arrive! [PHOTO]

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Although it was denied by the Federal
Government, gold-plated iPhones bearing the country coat of arms have arrived the country in time for it’s 53rd anniversary.
The iPhones valued at N662m from Gold and Co, a British luxury products company to mark her 53rd independence anniversary. It is however not clear who and who will be getting the phone. The spokesperson for FG, Dr.Reuben Abati has stated that there is no one in the administration
that ordered for such commodity. The phones have generated much heated argument from all quarters, with people of the view that an ordinary individual cannot boldly order such
number of customised phones with Nigeria’s crested coat of arm.

How Much Will Inviting Your Favourite Nigerian Artistes Cost?

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A list of top Nigerian highest paid hip-hop artistes per act
was recently released by Encomium magazine;
perfectly researched and confirmed.
The list had the music duo of P’Square topping it as
the highest paid hip hop act. The music duo are
learnt to be charging between N9 and N10 million
for a show within Nigeria.
D’banj comes second on the list with a charge
between N6 and N7 million to grace any event in the
country. Before the split from Mo’Hit, D’banj topped
the list with charges between N7 and N8 million
while P’square was N5 million.
2face comes the third highest paid artiste on the
list. Although his fee is not consistent, He is said to
be charging between N5 and N6 million. It was
learnt that 2face because of his love and passion for
the art easily adjust fees and not always keen like
other acts on their particular amount.
Wizkid is the fourth on the list with a gracing fee of
N4 to N5 million.
Artistes like Owawunmi who actually is the highest
paid female star, Flavour, Timaya and Olamide
charges N3 million. Others in this category are
Darey Art Alade, Duncan Mighty, and Chocolate
Music artistes, M.I and Ice-Prince.
The likes of Iyanya, Davido, Wande Coal and Tiwa
Savage are in the league of artistes that go for N2.5
million, while DPrince, Dr.Sid and one time highest
earning artiste, 9ice collect N2 million respectively.
Naeto C and Waje are said to be in the category of
N1.5 million.
1- Psquare N10million
2- DBanj – N 8million
3- 2Face N6million
4- Wizkid N5million
5- Omawumi, Darey, Duncan Mighty,Olamide,
Timayah, Flavour, M.I, Ice-Prince N3 million
6 – Iyanya, Davido, Wande Coal, Tiwa Savage
N2.5 million
7 – 9ice, DPrince, Dr. Sid N2 million
8 – Neato C and Waje – N1.5 million.
Still looking forward to inviting any for your bday party?

Nigerian Obabiyi Aishah Ajibola Wins Muslimah World Beauty Pageant

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Nigeria’s representative at the Muslimah World
Beauty pageant, 21-year old Obabiyi Aishah
Ajibola has been crowned winner of the
pageant, beating the other 19 contestants to
the final prize.
The 20 finalists, who were all required to wear
headscarves, put on a glittering show for the
final of Muslimah World, strolling up and down
a catwalk in elaborately embroidered dresses
and stilettos.
But the contestants from six countries were
covered from head to foot, and as well as
beauty they were judged on how well they
recited Koranic verses and their views on
Islam in the modern world.
After a show in front of an audience of mainly
religious scholars and devout Muslims, a panel
of judges picked Obabiyi Aishah Ajibola from
Nigeria as the winner.
While the event in a Jakarta shopping mall
paled in comparison to Miss World on the
resort island of Bali, in which scores of
contestants are competing, Ajibola was
nevertheless overwhelmed.
Upon hearing her name, the 21-year-old knelt
down and prayed, then wept as she recited a
Koranic verse.
She said it was “thanks to almighty Allah” that
she had won the contest. She received 25
million rupiah ($2,200) and trips to Mecca and
India as prizes.
Ajibola told AFP before the final that the event
“was not really about competition”.
“We’re just trying to show the world that Islam
is beautiful,” she said.
Organisers said the pageant challenged the
idea of beauty put forward by the British-run
Miss World pageant, and also showed that
opposition to the event could be expressed
non-violently.
Eka Shanti, who founded the pageant three
years ago after losing her job as a TV news
anchor for refusing to remove her headscarf,
bills the contest as “Islam’s answer to Miss
World”.
“This year we deliberately held our event just
before the Miss World final to show that there
are alternative role models for Muslim
women,” she told AFP.
“But it’s about more than Miss World. Muslim
women are increasingly working in the
entertainment industry in a sexually explicit
way, and they become role models, which is a
concern.”
Hosted by Dewi Sandra, an Indonesian actress
and pop star who recently hung up her racy
dresses for a headscarf, the pageant featured
both Muslim and pop music performances,
including one about modesty, a trait the
judges sought in the winner.
The pageant, which also featured bright
Indonesian Islamic designer wear, is a starkly
different way of protesting Miss World than the
approach taken by Islamic radicals.
Thousands have taken to the streets in
Indonesia in recent weeks to protest Miss
World, denouncing the contest as
“pornography” and burning effigies of the
organisers.
Despite a pledge by Miss World organisers to
drop the famous bikini round, radical anger
was not appeased and the protest movement
snowballed.
The government eventually bowed to pressure
and ordered the whole pageant be moved to
the Hindu-majority island of Bali, where it
opened on September 8.
Later rounds and the September 28 final were
to be held in and around Jakarta, where there
is considerable hardline influence.
But there are still fears that extremists may
target the event — the US, British and
Australian embassies in Jakarta have warned
their nationals in recent days of the potential
for radical attacks.
More than 500 contestants competed in online
rounds to get to the Muslimah World final in
Indonesia, one of which involved the
contenders comparing stories of how they
came to wear the headscarf.
The contest was first held in 2011 under a
different name and was only open to
Indonesians, Shanti said, but after the media
began comparing it to Miss World, it was
rebranded as a Muslim alternative to the
world-famous pageant.
Because of its popularity, organisers accepted
foreign contestants this year for the first time,
with Iran, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Brunei,
Nigeria and Indonesia represented.

Meet The Top 20 Billionaires in Nigeria

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The list of top 20 Richest Nigerian billionaires has been based on:
The value of their shares held in quoted companies, the size and market share of their companies, the number of companies they own and its assumed value, the market value of their company’s brand and the impact of their companies on the Nigerian
economy.
Despite the harsh terrain and business challenges involved with starting a business in Nigeria; the successful entrepreneurs listed below held their
ground and fought their way to the top.
In a country with a population of over 160 million inhabitants and millions of businesses; these 20 entrepreneurs diligently carved their names on the
sands of time.
SEE the list below.
*.Alhaji Aliko Dangote – founder of Dangote Group, Richest man in Africa and Richest black man in the world
*.Mike Adenuga – Conoil, Equatorial Trust Bank, Globacom
*.Femi Otedola – ZENON Oil and Gas
*.Orji Uzor Kalu – Slok Group
*.Cosmos Maduka – Coscharis Group
*.Jimoh Ibrahim – Nicon Insurance, Global Flee
*.Jim Ovia – Zenith Bank, Visafone
*.Pascal Dozie – MTN Nigeria, Diamond Bank
*.Oba Otudeko – Honeywell Group Nigeria
*.Alhaji Sayyu Dantata – MRS Group
*.Umaru Abdul Mutallab – former Chairman First Bank Plc, Mutallab Group
*.Prince Samuel Adedoyin – Doyin Group
*.Dele Fajemirokun – Chaiman Aiico
Insurance, Xerox Nigeria, Chicken Republic,
Kings Guards etc.
*.Chief Cletus Ibeto – Ibeto Group
*.Raymond Dokpesi – Daar Communication, AIT,
*.Tony Ezenna – Orange Group
*.Chief Molade Okoya Thomas – Chairman CFAO Nig and other six french companies
*.Ifeanyi Ubah – Capital oil and gas
*.Leo Stan Ekeh – Zinox Computer
*.Fola Adeola – GTBank
From MetroNaija

Nigeria drops to 36th position in September FIFA rankings

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Despite defeating Malawi 2-0 to qualify for the final
round of qualification for Brazil 2014 and also
beating Burkina Faso 4-1 in Kaduna three days later,
the Super Eagles of Nigeria have dropped one place
to number 36 in the latest FIFA rankings.
In the rankings released today, Cote d’Ivoire are still
the top ranked African country in 19th position,
while Ghana occupies the 24th spot. Algeria (28th)
and Mali (38th) complete the top five from the
continent.
The top five countries in the world are Spain,
Argentina, Germany, Italy and Colombia.

PHOTOS – MBGN 2013 Anna Banner At Miss World 2013 Pageant In Indonesia

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The Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) 2013, Anna Banner is now in Indonesia, and so set for the competition.
Wishing her all the best. Nigeria needs that crown one more time.
Or what do you think our chances are?

“Why I Stopped Singing” – Sasha

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Sasha P was undoubtedly Nigeria/Africa’s no 1 female rapper till she suddenly let her music take a
back seat. For those wondering, here is what she told Punch
“It was a deliberate decision because I needed to take some time out to focus on my retail clothing line, ‘Eclectic by Sasha’. My dream is very big; I
want to be in every state in Nigeria.
The fashion in Nigeria was getting bigger and what I wanted to do had not been done. I had to just focus
on my fashion business. Even during that time, I made sure I released one or two singles and collaborated with other artistes. We are still recording but I am not going to announce any dates.
All I would say is that we are very excited about the new sound we are working on.”

Cute Photo of Super Eagles Captain Joseph Yobo Bathing His Son Joey

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Former Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) Adaeze Yobo shared this picture of her hubby Nigerian Super
Eagles captain Joseph Yobo bathing their son Joey when he was much younger….. Its so cute to see him bathing the baby; believe me, some Nigerian men don’t and never will…..ijs.