Great Body Improvement

Today marks 6 months without drinking a drop of coke, or any kinds of soda! 6 months without eating bread, cake or anything sweet. 
The change in my body has been fantastic, I feel great, I lost weight and my way of thinking is very positive… I'm looking to keep this up and go for more. Because I choose to!… No acid drinks, no alcohol, eating healthy,having enough rest and above all, two hours of exercise every day!!!
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Great Body Improvement Today marks 6 months without drinking a drop of coke, or any kinds of soda! 6 months without eating bread, cake or anything sweet.¬† The change in my body has been fantastic, I feel great, I lost weight and my way of thinking is very positive… I’m looking to keep this up and go for more. Because I choose to!… No acid drinks, no alcohol, eating healthy,having enough rest and above all, two hours of exercise every day!!! I don’t know who wrote this, but I was happy for them so I copied and pasted it. You can too ūüėúūüėāūüôą

Today marks 6 months without drinking a drop of coke, or any kinds of soda! 6 months without eating bread, cake or anything sweet. 
The change in my body has been fantastic, I feel great, I lost weight and my way of thinking is very positive… I'm looking to keep this up and go for more. Because I choose to!… No acid drinks, no alcohol, eating healthy,having enough rest and above all, two hours of exercise every day!!!
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Great Body Improvement

Today marks 6 months without drinking a drop of coke, or any kinds of soda! 6 months without eating bread, cake or anything sweet. 
The change in my body has been fantastic, I feel great, I lost weight and my way of thinking is very positive… I'm looking to keep this up and go for more. Because I choose to!… No acid drinks, no alcohol, eating healthy,having enough rest and above all, two hours of exercise every day!!!
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The Problem with Nigerian Youth is unemployability‚Äč and not unemployment

Dear Nigerian Youth:

The toughest challenge employers are facing right now is where to locate 'the right' employees. We've been trying to hire three new staff for over a year. 

I've interviewed quite a ton of graduates of law, accounting and other social sciences. 99% of BSc Accounting holders are UNABLE to use Microsoft excel spreadsheets. The majority of law graduates could not write coherently, and have no legal research experience outside of their final year projects. One graduate of English/Literature has not read any book outside of the recommended texts in school. 99% of job seekers have no writing sample, no published product or past work that is independently verifiable. That means, Nigeria's biggest problem right now, isn't unemployment, but unemployability.

Sometimes, you meet a job seeker with a charming personality, and you try to stretch the rules a bit. You request for his/her Facebook profile to get a sense of his/her interests, passions and extracurricula engagements. You only find posts about sex, sex, sex, sex, boyfriends, girlfriends, crushes, and more sex. What a turn off! Well, I've got some news for you: You cannot sex your way to a prosperous future. You cannot Bleep your way to greatness. The CEOs of all Fortune500 companies have sex too. CEOs of the WB, IMF, UN, CBN, AfDB etc are all having sex too. The difference is that they spend their times productively, and regard sex as a purely private activity.

I just crossed the border control at Schipol Airport, self-service passport control machines have replaced hundreds of personnel that formerly handled that activity. I just stayed in multi-storey 5-star hotels where machines have replaced the need for human workforce. So, in the nearest future, if you have no talent, skill, or knowledge of comparable standard to these artificially-intelligent machines providing high-quality services, you'd be left behind. Far behind. Your prospects of breaking the shackles of poverty and joblessness will get thinner.

Please, invest in yourself. While waiting for that job, learn something new and hone your skills. Volunteer your services. Consider doing some unpaid work. Write more clearly. Read more. Reallocate the money you spend on expensive weaves and phones to prepare yourself for the future. That added value you bring can make you stand out from the crowd. 

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The Problem with Nigerian Youth is unemployability‚Äč and not unemployment Dear Nigerian Youth: The toughest challenge employers are facing right now is where to locate ‘the right’ employees. We’ve been trying to hire three new staff for over a year.¬† I’ve interviewed quite a ton of graduates of law, accounting and other social sciences. 99% of BSc Accounting holders are UNABLE to use Microsoft excel spreadsheets. The majority of law graduates could not write coherently, and have no legal research experience outside of their final year projects. One graduate of English/Literature has not read any book outside of the recommended texts in school. 99% of job seekers have no writing sample, no published product or past work that is independently verifiable. That means, Nigeria’s biggest problem right now, isn’t unemployment, but unemployability. Sometimes, you meet a job seeker with a charming personality, and you try to stretch the rules a bit. You request for his/her Facebook profile to get a sense of his/her interests, passions and extracurricula engagements. You only find posts about sex, sex, sex, sex, boyfriends, girlfriends, crushes, and more sex. What a turn off! Well, I’ve got some news for you: You cannot sex your way to a prosperous future. You cannot Bleep your way to greatness. The CEOs of all Fortune500 companies have sex too. CEOs of the WB, IMF, UN, CBN, AfDB etc are all having sex too. The difference is that they spend their times productively, and regard sex as a purely private activity. I just crossed the border control at Schipol Airport, self-service passport control machines have replaced hundreds of personnel that formerly handled that activity. I just stayed in multi-storey 5-star hotels where machines have replaced the need for human workforce. So, in the nearest future, if you have no talent, skill, or knowledge of comparable standard to these artificially-intelligent machines providing high-quality services, you’d be left behind. Far behind. Your prospects of breaking the shackles of poverty and joblessness will get thinner. Please, invest in yourself. While waiting for that job, learn something new and hone your skills. Volunteer your services. Consider doing some unpaid work. Write more clearly. Read more. Reallocate the money you spend on expensive weaves and phones to prepare yourself for the future. That added value you bring can make you stand out from the crowd.¬† Copied:. Source : Www.nairaland.com¬† Think about it

Dear Nigerian Youth:

The toughest challenge employers are facing right now is where to locate 'the right' employees. We've been trying to hire three new staff for over a year. 

I've interviewed quite a ton of graduates of law, accounting and other social sciences. 99% of BSc Accounting holders are UNABLE to use Microsoft excel spreadsheets. The majority of law graduates could not write coherently, and have no legal research experience outside of their final year projects. One graduate of English/Literature has not read any book outside of the recommended texts in school. 99% of job seekers have no writing sample, no published product or past work that is independently verifiable. That means, Nigeria's biggest problem right now, isn't unemployment, but unemployability.

Sometimes, you meet a job seeker with a charming personality, and you try to stretch the rules a bit. You request for his/her Facebook profile to get a sense of his/her interests, passions and extracurricula engagements. You only find posts about sex, sex, sex, sex, boyfriends, girlfriends, crushes, and more sex. What a turn off! Well, I've got some news for you: You cannot sex your way to a prosperous future. You cannot Bleep your way to greatness. The CEOs of all Fortune500 companies have sex too. CEOs of the WB, IMF, UN, CBN, AfDB etc are all having sex too. The difference is that they spend their times productively, and regard sex as a purely private activity.

I just crossed the border control at Schipol Airport, self-service passport control machines have replaced hundreds of personnel that formerly handled that activity. I just stayed in multi-storey 5-star hotels where machines have replaced the need for human workforce. So, in the nearest future, if you have no talent, skill, or knowledge of comparable standard to these artificially-intelligent machines providing high-quality services, you'd be left behind. Far behind. Your prospects of breaking the shackles of poverty and joblessness will get thinner.

Please, invest in yourself. While waiting for that job, learn something new and hone your skills. Volunteer your services. Consider doing some unpaid work. Write more clearly. Read more. Reallocate the money you spend on expensive weaves and phones to prepare yourself for the future. That added value you bring can make you stand out from the crowd. 

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The Problem with Nigerian Youth is unemployability‚Äč and not unemployment

Dear Nigerian Youth:

The toughest challenge employers are facing right now is where to locate 'the right' employees. We've been trying to hire three new staff for over a year. 

I've interviewed quite a ton of graduates of law, accounting and other social sciences. 99% of BSc Accounting holders are UNABLE to use Microsoft excel spreadsheets. The majority of law graduates could not write coherently, and have no legal research experience outside of their final year projects. One graduate of English/Literature has not read any book outside of the recommended texts in school. 99% of job seekers have no writing sample, no published product or past work that is independently verifiable. That means, Nigeria's biggest problem right now, isn't unemployment, but unemployability.

Sometimes, you meet a job seeker with a charming personality, and you try to stretch the rules a bit. You request for his/her Facebook profile to get a sense of his/her interests, passions and extracurricula engagements. You only find posts about sex, sex, sex, sex, boyfriends, girlfriends, crushes, and more sex. What a turn off! Well, I've got some news for you: You cannot sex your way to a prosperous future. You cannot Bleep your way to greatness. The CEOs of all Fortune500 companies have sex too. CEOs of the WB, IMF, UN, CBN, AfDB etc are all having sex too. The difference is that they spend their times productively, and regard sex as a purely private activity.

I just crossed the border control at Schipol Airport, self-service passport control machines have replaced hundreds of personnel that formerly handled that activity. I just stayed in multi-storey 5-star hotels where machines have replaced the need for human workforce. So, in the nearest future, if you have no talent, skill, or knowledge of comparable standard to these artificially-intelligent machines providing high-quality services, you'd be left behind. Far behind. Your prospects of breaking the shackles of poverty and joblessness will get thinner.

Please, invest in yourself. While waiting for that job, learn something new and hone your skills. Volunteer your services. Consider doing some unpaid work. Write more clearly. Read more. Reallocate the money you spend on expensive weaves and phones to prepare yourself for the future. That added value you bring can make you stand out from the crowd. 

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The Sunday interview on TVC with Pastor Kasali

Pastors should not live ostentatously.. 

If you have got it you should not boast and brag about it…..¬†
Pastor Kasali 
As the issue of prosperity, nobody celebrates the new soul that is converted but they lay emphasis on sow seed sow seed, are we doing business with God. Monitize miracle is not from God. 
Pastor Kasali 
About FRC Pastor Kasali said nothing is wrong with the code. Every church must audit their account. It guides the people in the corporate world and not the church alone. 

As of PFM, how many members do we have. We need to self regulate or else the government will regulate us. 
As for advice for the government, will I vote for Buhari, yes. Am I satisfied with this government, no. Is PDP government under Jonathan good for us, no. 
Pastor Kasali. 
Am more of Donald Trump rather than Hillary Clinton. 
I think am a open book and all my staff know me. I don't like hypocrite. I can’t stand them. I can't stand them¬†
Pastor Kasali 
Head Pastor 

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The Sunday interview on TVC with Pastor Kasali

Pastors should not live ostentatously.. 

If you have got it you should not boast and brag about it…..¬†
Pastor Kasali 
As the issue of prosperity, nobody celebrates the new soul that is converted but they lay emphasis on sow seed sow seed, are we doing business with God. Monitize miracle is not from God. 
Pastor Kasali 
About FRC Pastor Kasali said nothing is wrong with the code. Every church must audit their account. It guides the people in the corporate world and not the church alone. 

As of PFM, how many members do we have. We need to self regulate or else the government will regulate us. 
As for advice for the government, will I vote for Buhari, yes. Am I satisfied with this government, no. Is PDP government under Jonathan good for us, no. 
Pastor Kasali. 
Am more of Donald Trump rather than Hillary Clinton. 
I think am a open book and all my staff know me. I don't like hypocrite. I can’t stand them. I can't stand them¬†
Pastor Kasali 
Head Pastor 

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The Sunday interview on TVC with Pastor Kasali Pastors should not live ostentatously..¬† If you have got it you should not boast and brag about it…..¬† Pastor Kasali¬† As the issue of prosperity, nobody celebrates the new soul that is converted but they lay emphasis on sow seed sow seed, are we doing business with God. Monitize miracle is not from God.¬† Pastor Kasali¬† About FRC Pastor Kasali said nothing is wrong with the code. Every church must audit their account. It guides the people in the corporate world and not the church alone.¬† As of PFM, how many members do we have. We need to self regulate or else the government will regulate us.¬† As for advice for the government, will I vote for Buhari, yes. Am I satisfied with this government, no. Is PDP government under Jonathan good for us, no.¬† Pastor Kasali.¬† Am more of Donald Trump rather than Hillary Clinton.¬† I think am a open book and all my staff know me. I don’t like hypocrite. I can’t stand them. I can’t stand them¬† Pastor Kasali¬† Head Pastor¬† — Sent from my Blog http://ift.tt/1scst35

Pastors should not live ostentatously.. 

If you have got it you should not boast and brag about it…..¬†
Pastor Kasali 
As the issue of prosperity, nobody celebrates the new soul that is converted but they lay emphasis on sow seed sow seed, are we doing business with God. Monitize miracle is not from God. 
Pastor Kasali 
About FRC Pastor Kasali said nothing is wrong with the code. Every church must audit their account. It guides the people in the corporate world and not the church alone. 

As of PFM, how many members do we have. We need to self regulate or else the government will regulate us. 
As for advice for the government, will I vote for Buhari, yes. Am I satisfied with this government, no. Is PDP government under Jonathan good for us, no. 
Pastor Kasali. 
Am more of Donald Trump rather than Hillary Clinton. 
I think am a open book and all my staff know me. I don't like hypocrite. I can’t stand them. I can't stand them¬†
Pastor Kasali 
Head Pastor 

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Weekly sports activities at Island Builders Baptist School

Green House 


Yellow House 



Blue House, Green House and Pink House 



Pink House 





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