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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

MMM the Life Saver

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Amidst all controversies is the recent MMM which has been welcomed with all sorts of opinions and reactions. Some think its fraud, some think its legit, others obviously have no idea. However MMM has been able to save millions of Nigerians especially in this economic recession period....so you might want to join...(winks)

Join now and make money...lols
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Friday, August 12, 2016

Comedy is the real deaaaal.



Am sure you must have heard of Crazeclown, kanmi, and co. and now i bring you Mr Lenzy, he is  very funny, entertaining and surely will make you laugh. You can follow him on i.g @ Mr Lenzy to watch hilarious videos or check his youtube page @ Mr_Lenzy Comedy Skit and suscribe.

Have you heard of Philip Emeagwali?



Emeagwali was born in Akure, Nigeria on 23 August 1954. His early schooling was suspended in 1967 as a result of the Nigerian Civil War. At 14 years, he served in the Biafran army. After the war he completed high-school equivalence through self-study.
He is married to Dale Brown Emeagwali, a noted African-American microbiologist

Emeagwali was born in Akure, Nigeria on 23 August 1954. His early schooling was suspended in 1967 as a result of the Nigerian Civil War. At 14 years, he served in the Biafran army. After the war he completed high-school equivalence through self-study.

He is married to Dale Brown Emeagwali, a noted African-American microbiologist.

      He traveled to the United States to study under a scholarship following completion of a correspondence course at the University of London. He received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Oregon State University in 1977. He later moved to Washington DC, receiving in 1986 a master's degree from George Washington University in ocean and marine engineering, and a second master's in applied mathematics from the University of Maryland. Next magazine claims that Emeagwali claimed to have further degrees. During this time, he worked as a civil engineer at the Bureau of Land Reclamation in Wyoming.

           Emeagwali received the 1989 Gordon Bell Prize for an application of the CM-2 massively-parallel computer. The application used computational fluid dynamics for oil-reservoir modelling. He won in the "price/performance" category, with a performance figure of about 400 Mflops/$1M. The winner in the "performance" category, Mobil Research and Thinking Machines, used the CM-2 for seismic data processing and achieved the higher ratio of 500 Mflops/$1M. The judges decided on one award per entry. His method involved each microprocessor communicating with six neighbours.

Emeagwali's simulation was the first program to apply a pseudo-time approach to reservoir modeling.

    Emeagwali was voted the "35th-greatest African (and greatest African scientist) of all time" in a survey by New African magazine.
His achievements were quoted in a speech by Bill Clinton as an example of what Nigerians could achieve when given the opportunity. He is also a frequent feature of Black History Month articles in the popular press.


10 Things You Need To Know About Funke Akindele

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1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress.

2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001

3. Funke studied mass communication in the former Ogun State Polytechnic, now Moshood Abiola Polytechnic. The talented actress is also a graduate of Law from the University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba 

4. Funke became popular after the release of Jenifa in 2009, a movie she produced under her Scene One Productions company. 

5. Funke runs a non-governmental organisation known as The Jenifa Foundation, which nurtures talent among other things.

6. Funke was married to Kenny Almaroof Oloyede between May 2012 and July 2013. Their courtship, marriage and subsequent divorce were not devoid of controversy. 

7. Since, the first Jenifa movie, the actress has produced two others: Jenifa 2 and The Return of Jenifa. In January 2015, the actress announced a TV series called Jenifa’s Diary based on the popular character.

 8. Funke has starred in several other Nollywood blockbusters including the Tunde Kelani directed Maami; Omo Ghetto and Married But Living Single.

9 Funke’s mum is a medical doctor while her father is a retired school principal.

10. Funke has two sisters and one bother. She is the second child. Bonus: Funke has won many awards for acting and producing. In 2009, she won the African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Other awards include: AfroHollywood Awards for Best Supporting Actress; Future Awards


2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001.
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html
1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001.
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html
1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html

1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html
1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001.
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html

 


1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001.
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html
1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001. READ ALSO: Check Out Funke Akindele’s Hilarious Dance Steps As She Turns 39 3. Funke studied mass communication in the former Ogun State Polytechnic, now Moshood Abiola Polytechnic. The talented actress is also a graduate of Law from the University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba. 4. Funke became popular after the release of Jenifa in 2009, a movie she produced under her Scene One Productions company. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter funke akindele18 5. Funke runs a non-governmental organisation known as The Jenifa Foundation, which nurtures talent among other things. 6. Funke was married to Kenny Almaroof Oloyede between May 2012 and July 2013. Their courtship, marriage and subsequent divorce were not devoid of controversy. READ ALSO: Nollywood Actress Reveals Her Most Memorable Kiss, It’s With A Married Nigerian Actor 7. Since, the first Jenifa movie, the actress has produced two others: Jenifa 2 and The Return of Jenifa. In January 2015, the actress announced a TV series called Jenifa’s Diary based on the popular character. 8. Funke has starred in several other Nollywood blockbusters including the Tunde Kelani directed Maami; Omo Ghetto and Married But Living Single. 9.. Funke’s mum is a medical doctor while her father is a retired school principal. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Funke Akindele and her mum Funke Akindele and her mum, Dr Adebanjo 10. Funke has two sisters and one bother. She is the second child. Bonus: Funke has won many awards for acting and producing. In 2009, she won the African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Other awards include: AfroHollywood Awards for Best Supporting Actress; Future Awards – Best Actress; Dynamix Awards – Best Actress; City People – Best Actress; City People – Best Movie of the Year for Jenifa, among others
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html

1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001. READ ALSO: Check Out Funke Akindele’s Hilarious Dance Steps As She Turns 39 3. Funke studied mass communication in the former Ogun State Polytechnic, now Moshood Abiola Polytechnic. The talented actress is also a graduate of Law from the University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba. 4. Funke became popular after the release of Jenifa in 2009, a movie she produced under her Scene One Productions company. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter funke akindele18 5. Funke runs a non-governmental organisation known as The Jenifa Foundation, which nurtures talent among other things. 6. Funke was married to Kenny Almaroof Oloyede between May 2012 and July 2013. Their courtship, marriage and subsequent divorce were not devoid of controversy. READ ALSO: Nollywood Actress Reveals Her Most Memorable Kiss, It’s With A Married Nigerian Actor 7. Since, the first Jenifa movie, the actress has produced two others: Jenifa 2 and The Return of Jenifa. In January 2015, the actress announced a TV series called Jenifa’s Diary based on the popular character. 8. Funke has starred in several other Nollywood blockbusters including the Tunde Kelani directed Maami; Omo Ghetto and Married But Living Single. 9.. Funke’s mum is a medical doctor while her father is a retired school principal. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Funke Akindele and her mum Funke Akindele and her mum, Dr Adebanjo 10. Funke has two sisters and one bother. She is the second child. Bonus: Funke has won many awards for acting and producing. In 2009, she won the African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Other awards include: AfroHollywood Awards for Best Supporting Actress; Future Awards – Best Actress; Dynamix Awards – Best Actress; City People – Best Actress; City People – Best Movie of the Year for Jenifa, among others
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html
1. Funke’s first movie was Unclad Wire (1997), produced by Opa Williams, in which she played a waitress. 2. Funke became famous after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom, I Need To Know. She played Bisi, a curious but highly intelligent secondary school student. The sitcom ran for 4 years, 1998 to 2001. READ ALSO: Check Out Funke Akindele’s Hilarious Dance Steps As She Turns 39 3. Funke studied mass communication in the former Ogun State Polytechnic, now Moshood Abiola Polytechnic. The talented actress is also a graduate of Law from the University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba. 4. Funke became popular after the release of Jenifa in 2009, a movie she produced under her Scene One Productions company. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter funke akindele18 5. Funke runs a non-governmental organisation known as The Jenifa Foundation, which nurtures talent among other things. 6. Funke was married to Kenny Almaroof Oloyede between May 2012 and July 2013. Their courtship, marriage and subsequent divorce were not devoid of controversy. READ ALSO: Nollywood Actress Reveals Her Most Memorable Kiss, It’s With A Married Nigerian Actor 7. Since, the first Jenifa movie, the actress has produced two others: Jenifa 2 and The Return of Jenifa. In January 2015, the actress announced a TV series called Jenifa’s Diary based on the popular character. 8. Funke has starred in several other Nollywood blockbusters including the Tunde Kelani directed Maami; Omo Ghetto and Married But Living Single. 9.. Funke’s mum is a medical doctor while her father is a retired school principal. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Funke Akindele and her mum Funke Akindele and her mum, Dr Adebanjo 10. Funke has two sisters and one bother. She is the second child. Bonus: Funke has won many awards for acting and producing. In 2009, she won the African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Other awards include: AfroHollywood Awards for Best Supporting Actress; Future Awards – Best Actress; Dynamix Awards – Best Actress; City People – Best Actress; City People – Best Movie of the Year for Jenifa, among others
Read more: https://www.naij.com/529267-10-things-need-know-funke-akindele.html

Monday, August 01, 2016

STEVE CROWN, YOU ARE GREAT LYRICS

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STEVE CROWN, YOU ARE GREAT LYRICS

INTRO:

VERSE 1:
you are great, yes you are,
holy one,
Walked upon the sea,
rise the dead.
Reign in majesty,
mighty God,
Everything written about you, is great
(repeat)

CHORUS:
you are great (Respond)
you are great (Respond)
you are great (Respond)
you are great!!!
(Repeat)
Everything written about you, is great
(REPEAT CHORUS)


INTERLUDE
Worship you today!
Give you all the praise,
eeeh!!!.
Mighty mighty God,
worship you today,
give you all the praise,
as we lift our hands to you,
with pleasure in our heart,
we raise our voice to say,
everything written about you, is great
isi ike’ndu
worship you today,
give you all the praise,
as we lift our hands to you
with pleasure in our heart
raise our voice to say
everything written about you, is great

REFRAIN:
Demon trembles at your presence
what a mighty God we serve
glory, glory Alleluia,
Everything written about you, is great
(Repeat)

(Repeat chorus)
you are great, so great.
we worship you lord, king of kings,
and lord of lords
oh so great you are,
doing marvelous things,
everything written about you is great

Manchester United might win the Premiership


Pogba is close to completing his move to Manchester United
Rooney says the new stars, and the emerging youngsters, will revive United's fortunes
Wayne Rooney in Manchester United training





With the recent signings of Zlatan Ibrahamovic, Henrique, Jose Mourinho and Prospective Poogba, i think its save to say that Manchester United is a team to beat next season. However they might face though teams like Chelsea, Man City e.t.c but Leciester? No, they definitely wont be lucky this time.