About Odunlade Adekola’s Dilemma Story by Alonge Michael/ Nigeriafilms.com Last Updated: 7 hours ago Nollywood actor and Glo Ambassador, Odunlade Adekola has been having sleepless night over internet hackers who has been impersonating him. Fans of this movie star,Odunlade Adekola and have been warned to beware of fraudsters who make use of his name to appeal for money,recharge cards and other assistance. In a message sent to his contacts, Odun warned that; “Odunlade Adekola will never ask for a favour of recharge card or money from anyone on facebook, twitter, 2go, whatsapp, ebuddy, e-mail message or BB. If you come across the name begging you for such, please it’s a fraud, his name has been used to create accounts on all d social network platforms and Odunlade Adekola will not be responsible for anyone that falls victim”. In a related development, Wasiu Alabi Pasuma days back warned his followers to beware of some people who have set up different Facebook accounts and Twitter handle asking them to part with air-time, money and other dubious claims.

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jesus.net/Prayers I Am Silent On National Issues In Order To Live Long – Bankole Barely 14 months after the former Speaker of House of Representatives, Mr. Dimeji Bankole, left office, he has explained the reason why he kept mum on national issues, saying he preferred to remain silent so as to ‘live long’. Bankole, who paid a visit to the Matriarch of the Awolowo family, Chief H.I.D Awolowo, in her Ikenne home, yesterday, met secretly with her for 30 minutes. He, however, declined comments when he was approached by newsmen who got the hint of his visit to Awolowo. The former Speaker, who was clad in white Kaftan, white cap and black sandals, drove himself to Awolowo’s residence at 1. 18 p.m. He was received by Mama Awolowo in company of her daughter, Dr. Tokunbo Awolowo-Dosunmu. He later went into a secret meeting that lasted about 30 minutes with the her. Vanguard gathered that the meeting might not be unconnected with the issues of unity among the Yoruba and the alleged marginalisation of the race by the President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration. The meeting also came five days after a meeting was held under the aegis of Yoruba Unity Forum, YUF, at the same place where issues bordering on the relegation of the race in the scheme of things in the country, among other things, were discussed. Before the meeting, Bankole, who came with few security personnel in a three-car convoy, had told newsmen that he preferred to remain silent on state and national issues because he wanted to live long. Bankole, who spoke in Yoruba, said “I did not run away; you know since I left office, I have not said a word. I prefer it to remain so. “I will continue watching from a distance, I don’t want to dabble into what is happening because, I want to live long.” Attempts made by journalists after Bankole stepped out of the reception room where he held the meeting with Awolowo, to disclose why he was in Ikenne failed, as he declined comments but continue laughing until he drove out of the Awolowo’s compound. Source: Vanguard Newspapers

THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER DO AT YOUR WORK PLACE. * Never get to talk about your colleagues to fellow colleagues especially what you can’t see openly. It has no other word but you being a GOSSIP. Those same people you gossip with are most likely going to tell others what you said and how you are such a bad gossip. * Avoid lending money or other items from colleagues. Its better to look outside for your financial, fashion and other needs rather than looking for your helpers within the office environment. You always lose respect from colleagues when you take your needs to them. * Avoid discussing your family, emotional, financial and general problems with colleagues. In the office place, there is always something to be said and the day the office lacks gist, a secret shared with a colleague might just pop-up to be the discussion of that day. * Never talk evil about your bosses, colleagues and job. The office setting is like a jungle. It is always survival of the fittest. A colleague who is the bosses’ enemy today can turn around and seel you out to gain favours from the boss and remain in their good books. * Never buy things all for the purpose of impressing your colleagues. While you are busy doing fashion competition with your fellow colleagues, always remember that your days to exit their company is drawing near. Either through retirement, retrenchment, resignation or even sack, one day you will have to leave that company. So rather than waste of frivolous items to create a ‘fake personality’, try to have savings to help you out during raining days. * Don’t always offer to pay for meals and other items for your colleagues when you go outing. Since you all collect salary, then don’t make it a point of duty to always pay for colleagues. If you do it consistently just to create a ‘nice personality’ image, it will be taken personal by colleagues when you try to stop. * Let your colleagues know your turnoffs. In as much as you should avoid quarrels, confrontation and malice at the office, it is always good to point out to colleagues when they do anything to you that you aren’t happy with. Let people know when they are crossing the line of familiarity. * Never be too dependent on a colleague. If you have a colleague who has a car while you don’t have one and go your direction, don’t always make it a point of duty to follow them every single day of the week. You get a salary and part of the expenses you need to incur is yours transportation so don’t be too miserly. Even though the need to save is understandable, don’t make anyone believe they are doing you a huge favour. There’s nothing wrong if you decide to take public transport even while your colleague is heading towards your direction. That way they will not only respect you, but also realize you can do without their favours. * Where and How one finds love is something that can never be predicted. But if you can totally avoid having a relationship or falling inlove with a colleague then the better for you. It saves you from subject of office gossip, uneceassry pressure, fake life, self denial and a lot of other vices associated with dating a colleague at the office.

President Goodluck Jonathan, on Monday, said that by 2013, he will prove critics of his administration wrong, when the dividends of new policies introduced in the various sectors begin to trickle in. Jonathan stated this when he declared opened the 52nd Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) at the International Conference Centre in Abuja. "I think I am the most criticised president in the whole world, but I tell this noble audience that before I leave, I will also be the most praised," he said. "I have experienced that before in my governor journey in Bayelsa State. In fact, people who were close to me will tell you that even after the election, I told them that in my first 12 months please cover your ears because you will hear all kinds of things. But as we progress, there will be changes. We are working very hard to stabilise power. We are working very hard to resurface our roads. We have security challenges which we are also working very hard to bring to reasonable control. It is not easy, because we don’t have the magic wand; except for a miracle worker that with the wave of the hand, probably will help to throw all these challenges away and prosperity will appear. But in pure governance issues like these take time. Sometimes, people who have held offices in government criticise me, even to the extent of personal abuses. Then I asked, were there roads across the country and Jonathan brought flood to wipe out these roads; or we have power and I brought hurricane to break down the entire infrastructure? If they say Boko Haram is because of poverty, were there massive irrigation projects in the North where agriculture can thrive or massive farms that Jonathan brought drought to wipe out these farms under two years? Were all these possible? Well, time will tell. What I can tell Nigerians is that let those who criticise continue to criticise. We will do our best and as we progress, Nigerians will know the truth and will see that we are committed and will surely transform this country." The President also said he had promised to deliver credible elections before the conduct of the 2011 general polls and the assessment by local and international observers was a testimony that he had kept his promise. He said his administration had put in policies and new structures in place that would ensure the political, social and economic transformation of the country. Jonathan said the federal government had proposed a new Anti-terrorism Bill 2012 which will address the current security challenges being faced by the country. The President disagreed with the position of the NBA on the urgent need to create State Police in addressing the nation’s security challenges. Jonathan said that the country was not ripe for State Police because it could be abused by the governors and further worsen the security situation. He said the Police became worse for it, when they introduced the policy of deploying their men from the rank of Inspector downward to their states of origin. Jonathan said his administration considered the NBA as partner in progress and commended the association for choosing a topical theme for the conference. The theme – ‘Nigeria as an Emerging Market: Redefining our Laws and Politics for Growth’ – according to him, was in line with the public- private-partnership oriented policies of his administration. Jonathan also urged the association to review its rules of engagement which bars its officers from directly getting involves in the government of the day either in advisory or participatory capacity.

Fifteen men and two women have been found beheaded in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province. Officials said the victims were killed by Taliban insurgents as punishment for attending a mixed-sex party with music and dancing. The bodies were found in a house near the Musa Qala district, 46 miles north of the provincial capital Lashkar Gah, on Monday, said the district governor Nimatullah, who goes by only one name. "The victims threw a late- night dance and music party when the Taliban attacked," on Sunday night, Nimatullah told Reuters. There were no immediate claims of responsibility. Men and women do not usually mingle in Afghanistan unless they are related, and parties involving both genders are rare and highly secretive affairs. For the Taliban, flirting, open displays of affection and the mixing of men and women are vehemently condemned. In June, Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel near Kabul demanding to know where the "LovePeddlers and pimps" were, according to witnesses. Twenty people were killed. The Taliban said it launched that attack on Qarga Lake because the hotel was used for "wild parties". During their five-year reign, which was ended by US-backed Afghan forces in 2001, the Taliban banned women from voting, most work and leaving their homes unaccompanied by their husband or a male relative. Those rights have been painstakingly regained but Afghanistan remains one of the worst places on earth to be a woman. A spokesman for the Helmand governor, Daud Ahmadi, said a team had been sent to the site of the beheadings to investigate.

“Love her …when she sips on your coffee or tea. She only wants to make sure it tastes just right for you. Love her…when she “pushes” you to pray. She wants to be with you in Jannah (Paradise). Love her…when she asks you to play with the kids. She did not “make” them on her own. … Love her…when she is jealous. Out of all the men she can have, she chose you Love her…when she has annoying little habits that drives you nuts. You have them too. Love her…when her cooking is bad. She tries. Love her…when she looks dishevelled in the morning. She always grooms herself up again. Love her…when she asks to help with the kids homework. She only wants you to be part of the home. Love her…when she asks if she looks fat. Your opinion counts, so tell her she’s beautiful. Love her…when she looks beautiful. She’s yours so appreciate her. Love her…when she spends hours to get ready. She only wants to look her best for you. Love her…when she buys you gifts you don’t like. Smile and tell her it’s what you’ve always wanted. Love her…when she has developed a bad habit. You have many more and with wisdom and politeness you have all the time to help her change. Love her…when she cries for absolutely nothing. Don’t ask, tell her its going to be okay Love her…when she suffers from PMS. Buy chocolate, rub her feet and back and just chat to her (trust me this works!) Love her…when whatever you do is not pleasing. It happens and will pass Love her…when she stains your clothes. You needed a new one anyway Love her…when she tells you how to drive. She only wants you to be safe. Love her…when she argues. She only wants to make things right for both Love her…she is yours. You don’t need any other special reason!!!! All this forms part of a Woman’s Character. Women are part of your life and should be treated as the Queen. http://bulancold.tumblr.com/ post/11805584662/every- husband-should-read-this

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