Creativity in Nigerians But no opporturnity

Creativity in Nigerians
I know you may not like the man or his odd works but think about giving him the chance to make him shine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Until looters see opportunity in us and appreciate us our economic status will not change as a country. If this Boy can make this with his resources as available,

what do you think he will do if he is giving an opportunity with resources.

Lets talk.

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It is Friday!!! Get ready

Friday is one day People from all works of life and especially workers will not miss out.

While some are waiting for 12am to do a night vigil in their churches, family and places of worship, others

wait till 2pm to go for Jumat prayers, The Boys and Girls are waiting for the day to break to scheme and plan

for the party, club and hang out. I hope you belongs to one on the above? Like they say make the change and

if not join the group, no one sits on the fence of life.Planing is what you owe your success.

I want to have fun Mummy
You think having fun is all about going to the club?
Try and make a dance day in your family, everybody must dance and be happy
Buy a coke and share to everybody and see your children tell their friends about the swag.
I have seen it work before. It is working for me. Try and make everybody laugh at least by your bad dance step daily.

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FRSC Sacks 100 Marshals For Corruption -Job

The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Commission, Mr. Osita Chidoka, said on Wednesday that 100 officials of the commission have been dismissed from the service for corruption.

Chidoka made the disclosure in Port Harcourt while addressing officers and men of the commission as part of activities marking his tour of FRSC formations in the South- south.

The corps marshal, who was represented by the Deputy Corps Marshal in charge of Vehicles Administration, Mr. Danjuma Garba, warned that officials of the commission should shun corrupt practices or face sanctions.

“Bribe money is blood money,” Chidoka said.

He said the FRSC had zero tolerance for corruption and that the commission was known for its integrity.

Chidoka said that marshals should live within their income, advising against obtaining loans indiscriminately from banks or individuals.

The corps marshal said that his officials should rededicate themselves to saving the lives of citizens.

He said the constitutional mandate of the FRSC was to save lives and that marshals should rally round the FRSC’s management to realise the mandate.

He said the commission would intensify road patrol operations across the country.

“Response time should not be more than 20 minutes; go back to our tenet of saving lives; we must deliver in saving lives”, the News Agency of Nigeria quoted the FRSC boss as saying during the address.

Sex toy fools entire Chinese village

The discovery of a double-headed sex toy mistaken for a mystical rare fungus brought national notoriety to a Chinese village and TV program this week.
Villagers from Liucunbu, a rural community outside western Chinese city of Xi’an, encountered the sex toy while drilling a new well shaft. Hard-pressed to identify the flexible, fungi-like object, perplexed residents alerted the local news station, which immediately sent reporter Yunfeng Ye to the scene.

In her coverage of the finding, broadcast last Sunday on the station’s investigative journalism program Xi’an Up Close, Ye thoroughly probed different aspects of the discovery, interviewing locals and inserting her own research on the alleged mushroom. Despite Ye’s earnest reporting, her and the villagers’ obliviousness of the object’s real identity has now lent itself to national amusement.

The report opens with Ye proclaiming the discovery of the mysterious object, the likes of which “not even an 80-year-old local man has seen.” Villagers crouch around the object, floating innocently in a water-filled bucket. “It has an eye and a nose, but we don’t know what it is,” says a man who was among the drillers who discovered the sex toy.

Describing the object’s qualities in explicit detail, Ye and the villager determine that it is a type of lingzhi, a shelf fungus of the Ganoderma lucidum species, which according to legend has the ability to give immortality. Asserting that the mushroom is rarely seen because it grows underground, she says, “When the Emperor Qin Shi Huang [the First emperor of China] was on the hunt for the secret to longevity, it is said he discovered this lingzhi was the answer.”

After the program aired, many viewers immediately recognized the object as a sex toy modeled after female genitalia, and online video of the report gained millions of views overnight. While the video received many comments lauding the station’s and villagers’ “purity,” the day after the program aired the Xi’an news station posted an apology on Sina Weibo, a Chinese blogging website.

“Our program last night made everyone laugh,” the apology said, expressing regret for an “uncomfortable and misleading” report. “Our reporter is very young and sheltered.”

 

Nigeria dancing on wet grave – Kukah

Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Hassan Kukah, has said that Nigeria is “dancing on a wet grave”.

Kukah warned that unless something was done urgently, the grave might cave in soon.

The cleric, who spoke in Abuja on Tuesday at the inauguration of the Northern Reawakening Forum, also wondered how Nigeria deteriorated to the level where it now finds itself.

He said, “It is daybreak for Nigeria. The country is currently dancing on a wet grave. We are not moving forward. The war going on now is not between Christians and Muslims or Muslims against Christians; it is a conflict between darkness and light. This madness must end.”

Kukah recalled how a Muslim saved his sister in 2003 by advising her to run to army barracks because of an impending riot.

He, however, regretted that the said sister later lost her belongings when some people invaded the area in retaliation.

The cleric said he was scheduled to be in Tunisia for a conference but had to cancel it when he heard about demonstrations in the country.

He said, “So, how do I explain to the people who begged me to come to Tunisia and I refused because of what is happening now in Kaduna in particular and Nigeria as a whole?”

Kukah regretted that about 95 per cent of Nigerians were not happy with politicians for their failure to deliver on their promises.

Also speaking at the event, a former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Audu Ogbeh, said he predicted the crisis in the northern part of the country 10 years ago.

Ogbeh, who was a former minister of agriculture would come when emirs would not be able to even sit in their palaces.

He said though he was not happy that his prediction was coming to pass, Ogbeh said there were signs that the situation could degenerate.