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Comedy/Funny Post/Joke / I will KILL a lot of people after my death
« on: September 25, 2018, 06:43:44 AM »
I will KILL a lot of people after my death. Especially those who have not said any good thing about me that would attempt to praise me at my funeral after eating my Jollof rice.

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News / Anambra State: Challenges, Opportunities And The Prospects
« on: August 28, 2018, 01:53:59 AM »
*Anambra State: Challenges, Opportunities And The Prospects*

Written By Izunna Okafor

As the dawn ushered in a new day on the 29th August 1991, general Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida carved out the present geographical area known today as Anambra State. This was cracked out from the Old Anambra which was created from the East Central state in 1976 by the General Murtala Mohammed.
     As it is a well known fact that a child who sees 12 calendar month is no longer a kid, it is a thing of interest to note that Anambra state has matured as an entity, with her own peculiar attributes. This peculiarity of attributes cuts across every sphere of the state's life, but most visibly on the aspects of her journey so far as a state, challenges, opportunities and the prospects.
To start with, the present Anambra state was carved out along with some other states, and like other states of the federation, it has also played host to a plethora of government, each of which served and left, leaving some imprints and vestiges behind; all aimed at making the state a better place to stay. Evidences abound as to what each of these governments employed so far by the state did or left behind in pursuance of the goal above, which were all significant in their own way and as such presented the state in good at one time or the other.
      Every historical mind would testify that Anambra started her practical life considerably as a rural state, as it lost the somewhat developed Enugu capital city to the present day Enugu state, following the 1991 fracture. Nevertheless, the various governments that have come into power in the state have all attempted to make their own separate to upgrade the outward face and the developmental phase of the state by stoning down some of these statewide enigma. And in response to the efforts of these governments, starting from the military era of Navy Captain Joseph Abulu to this digitization era of Chief Governor Willie Obiano.
    However, as Anambra state turns a year older, and in celebration of her 27th anniversary under His Excellency Governor Willie Obiano; it would be quite cogent and reasonable to unmask as it stands today, the present day challenges, opportunities and the prospects.
Subscribing to the old-century dictum that problems are inherent part of life, Anambra State as a natural entity is faced with certain problems of life.
     Some of these challenges that try to make mockery of the "Light of The Nation" status of the state include:

Erosion Gully:

Erosion gully has been one of the most contumacious challenges bedevilling Anambra state and retarding her environmental outlook. Last year reports by Thisday shown that the state is currently challenged by over sixty erosion gullies, which all combine hands and make tireless efforts to confer her with a new title of the smallest state in the country. Anambra state has spent not less than 50 billion Naira in attempt to curtailing these erosion gullies and incarcerating the aged-long topographical problems of the state. Some of these erosion gullies that threaten the environmental beauty of the state include:
Okoh Erosion Gully, Nanka Erosion Gully, Ebenator Erosion Gully, among others. Further spread of this erosion problem can primarily be smothered by instituting strong penalty against indiscriminate dumping of refuse by Anambrarians. Governor Willie Obiano has really dished some plates of money and initiated some bands of measures towards arresting these problem, even as he has also attracted the mercies of the Federal Government and other International Organizations like World Bank, who have also made their own enormous commitments, but more attention and assistance are obviously needed from this higher government and international organizations, like IBRD.

 Tax Avoidance:

As is common in other rich or poor states across the federation, a good number of taxable Anambrarians do not pay tax, but rather run away from it. Tax avoidance has a chain of effect both on the economic, social and and infrastructural branches of the state as it does not hold any good for the tireless effort made by the current government of H.E Willie Obiano to boost the IGR of the state to the tune of a N1.5NB monthly. Most people with viable sources of income in Anambra State do not pay tax, likewise their opposite counterparts; and all these jointly retard and slow down the developmental wheel of Gov. Obiano Administration.

Fears that things don't work out in Anambra:

Most Anambrarians have fallen  victims of the irrational phobia and mentality that things don't work out here (in their own state Anambra), and thus have chased themselves to foreign lands where they massively invest all their 'lifetime' wealth, and immensely contribute developmentally, while their own state Anambra still burns night candle to speed up and maintain her own status of development. These were all among the principal reasons while Gov. Willie Obiano fashioned out the "Akụ Ruo Ụlọ Initiative". This clarion call, when responded to, will not only inflate the IGR of the state, but will also provide employment opportunities for the youths and citizens of the state, all of which serve as indices for measuring development.

For sake of terseness, other unflagging problems still retarding Anambra state as of today include flooding, religious politics, cultism, street trading, abandoned federal roads, illegal collection of revenue, absence of airports, absence of seaports, absence of stadium and other recreation centers,  among others.
        However debilitating these challenges may be, it is worthy to note that Anambra State has also proved indefatigable and maintained her developmental ride towards greater echelon. This indeed justifies the reason that the problems currently bedevilling the state are not as leviathan as those currently marring her other counterparts, owing that the state has been able to defeat most of the problems hitherto confronting her. Some of these already amputated problems include: the problem of godfatherism which paralyzed the state for a good number of years and guzzled funds that would had been channeled into capital development; problem of insecurity which made the state a danger zone and dreaded away all intending investors; problem of unpaid arrears, politics of bloodshed, kidnapping, criminality,  among others. All these proudly counted as part of the giant strides of the incumbent Gov. Willie Obiano.
       Currently, Anambra is a top safest state in the country and rated one of the best ten fastest growing states in the country. As the state has closed the door of Insecurity, doors and windows of opportunities have been wide opened. The state is now the safest and most economically viable for investors. Little wonder while many national, international and multinational companies and firms currently troop into the state to plant their wealth. These indeed have created a plethora of opportunities in the state, both employment and investment. The state government is open and ever ready for partnership and to welcome investors. The most interesting aspect of this is that all investments in Anambra state are assured of protection and promotion, courtesy of the state government, being the reason why Gov. Willie Obiano set up the Anambra States Investment Promotion and Protection Agency (ANSIPPA). This is one of the major reasons why Gov. Willie Obiano re-echoes and amplifies the Aku Ruo Ulo clarion call
       Tourism is also another lump of opportunity that is yet unexplored in Anambra State. The state, being a home for antiquities has a lot of tourist sites, which when exhaustively developed and explored, would not only augment the IGR of the state, but also make the state a top tourist destination in the entire country, and also attract investments. Some of these tourist attractions include:
Ogbunike Cave, Igbo Ukwu museum, Agulu Lake, Ogba Waterfalls, Owerre-Ezukala, Ikenga Virgin Forest, Idemili Cultural Centre, The River Niger Bridge, Agulu Lake, Rojenny Tourist Village, Oba, Odinani Museum, Okpu Ana Natural Spring, Ukpor, Onitsha Main Market, Ogba Ajali Caves and the historical Garden at Igbo-Ukwu, among others. These are all opportunities for investment in the state.
         Furthermore, the industrial story of Anambra state has changed to better under Gov. Obiano as he has transformed the industrial life of the state. Awka, Nnewi, Onitsha, Ekwulobia and other industrial hubs of the state have been given a befitting outlook, thereby making the ground fertile and attractive to investors.
      Agriculture has also received a  great boost from the government of  Gov.  Willie Obiano, as he has transformed and made the agricultural sector of the state the most attractive in the country. Not only has the state started doing exploits with agriculture, there is now food sufficiency in the state, to the extent that she even started export some overseas to earn foreign exchange. Farmers in the state have also received greater attention and boost from the state government. The incumbent governor Obiano did not stop in mechanizing the system to make it attractive, incentives also abound for farmers in the state, and Anambra State Small Business Agency (ASBA) is ever ready to provide soft loan to all intending farmers in the state. And these hold a great lump of opportunities for the youths and all firms intending to invest in the agricultural sector of the state. The state does not only have good weather, but also has almost 100 percent arable soil.
       Summarily, there are also other untapped opportunities and resources in the Anambra state, ranging from natural resources (natural gas, crude oil, bauxite, ceramics) to human resources. And all these are indeed beckoning and gazing at investors and explorers.
     With all these, and as Anambra turns 27 today, coupled with the current quality leadership of the state under Gov. Willie Obiano, there lies a greater prospect for the state and her dream of becoming the light through which the nation shall see and be seen, both from within and outside the country. In the like manner, with the responses of Anambrarians to the Aku Ruo Ulo clarion call, which has brought a lot of investment to the state, there is also a great hope that unemployment will soon be a story of the past in the state, with the state's revenue profile uplifted to the expected status.
      With the 21/21 landslide victory of Gov. Willie Obiano in the immediate past November 18th Gubernatorial election, there is also a great hope and prospects for the state, and having sound mind like Chief Victor Umeh in senate is also an addition to the prospect. With the bottom-top developmental approach of Gov. Willie Obiano, through which he dished out 40 million Naira to all the 177 communities in the state, there is a greater hope that even and speedy development will soon envelope the state.
As Anambra turns 27 today, there is also a greater hope that the lightness of the state shall shine forth brighter for the entire nation to see, and be delivered out of darkness already struggling to veil her beauty as a blessed nation.

Happy 27th Anniversary Anambra, Light of The Nation.

Politics / Adjekpovu rallies support for Igbakpa, Akpowowo
« on: August 27, 2018, 07:43:15 AM »
Adjekpovu rallies support for Igbakpa, Akpowowo

A community leader from Ovu, Mr Jude Ochuko Adjekpovu has urged delegates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to vote en masse for the leading aspirants for the Ethiope East Federal House of Representatives, Hon Ben Rollands Igbakpa and the Ethiope East Delta State House of Assembly, Olorogun (Barr) Author Akpowowo.

Addressing newsmen in Ovu, Mr Adjekpovu who contested as Vice Chairman of the community described the duo of Hon Igbakpa and Olorogun Akpowowo as transparent, reliable, dynamic with a high level of accountability assuring that if elected, they will meet the yearnings of the people.

He will regret this.

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News / Re: [Pengician Man of the Year Award] Calls for Nomination!
« on: July 27, 2018, 09:12:37 AM »
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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
« on: July 21, 2018, 03:45:17 PM »
This is a technical expression for how Websites are ranked by Search Engines world wide.

Search engine optimization ( SEO ) is the process of affecting the online
visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine 's unpaid results—often referred to as "natural", " organic ", or "earned" results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a website appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine's users; these visitors can then be converted into customers. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search , video search ,
academic search, [2] news search, and industry-specific vertical search engines. SEO differs from local search engine optimization in that the latter is focused on optimizing a business' online presence so that its web pages will be displayed by search engines when a user enters a local search for its products or services. The former instead is more focused on national or international searches.

All major search engines such as (Google) , (Bing), (Ask) and (Yahoo) have primary search results, where web pages and other content such as videos or local listings are shown and ranked based on what the search engine considers most relevant to users. Payment isn’t involved, as it is with paid search ads .

This is achieved by various technicalities. Ranging from essay/post presentations, key words, photos, tags etc.

As an Internet marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work, the computer programmed algorithms which dictate search engine behavior, what people search for, the actual search terms or keywords typed into search engines, and which search engines are preferred by their targeted audience. Optimizing a website may involve editing its content, adding content, doing HTML , and associated coding to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines. Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic. By May 2015, mobile search had surpassed desktop search. [3] In 2015, it was reported that Google is developing and promoting mobile search as a key feature within future products. In response, many brands are beginning to take a different approach to their Internet marketing strategies.

SEO determines which site comes up when a particular phrase, word, sentence is searched on Google, Ask, Bing, Yahoo etc. Search Engine Optimization is responsible for site popularity.

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Business / Duties of an Online Editor
« on: July 02, 2018, 09:28:38 AM »
Duties Of An Online Editor

To become an online editor, you must have a good command of the English language. Beautiful use of language must be your second name. You should be conversant with English and Literary Studies, Languages and Languages, Theatre Arts, Music, History and Diplomatic Studies, Religious and Philosophy, Fine and Applied Arts etc. Manipulation of language is very important. You must be a voracious reader and writer. You must have an eagle eye to spot errors with the speed of light.

An Online Editor is just like an Editor-in-Chief of a Newspaper.
He/she does everything online.

Here are some duties of an Online Editor:

Press release(s).
Projecting the image of the website.
Creating contents.
Improving the ranking of the website.
Speech writing.
Publication and circulation of works from the website to other websites and social networks.
Creating exciting online programmes.
Responding to mails with professionalism.
Becoming the eye of the website.
Responsible for contents and images used on a website.
Advising reporters, proofreaders and administrators of the website.
Lead online news coverage.
Research on ways to improve the site inside out.
Writing and publishing controversial issues/topics.
Image maker of the website and negotiator of business oriented ideas to boost the website.
Doing fantastic blogging.


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Sports / Neymar primed for World Cup clash against Mexico: Tite
« on: July 01, 2018, 07:52:22 PM »
Neymar primed for World Cup clash against Mexico: Tite

Brazil’s forward Neymar is seen during a training session of Brazil national football team at Yug Sport Stadium, in Sochi, on June 19, 2018, ahead of the Russia 2018 World Cup football tournament. / AFP PHOTO
Brazil coach Tite says Neymar is back to his best as the five-time champions take on Mexico here on Monday for a place in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Neymar has made a slow start to the tournament, showing glimpses of skill but drawing criticism for diving in an attempt to win a penalty against Costa Rica.
But the Paris Saint-Germain forward has steadily silenced his detractors, scoring Brazil’s second goal in a laboured 2-0 win over Costa Rica before providing the corner for Thiago Silva’s powerful header that capped a valuable 2-0 win over Serbia.
Four years after a 7-1 humiliation by eventual champions Germany in the semi-finals, Brazil have emerged as one of the most rounded teams still in the competition.
And Neymar, said Tite, is more than ready following his return from a lengthy injury lay-off shortly before the tournament.
“Now, he’s returned to a very high level,” Tite said at Samara Arena on Sunday. “He’s played a lot… I told him, and he knows, about the price he’s had to pay to get back to this level.
“We knew he would need to play a few games, but he’s back.”
Tite meanwhile confirmed his starting 11 on the eve of the match, bringing in Filipe Luis for Marcelo, who hobbled off with back spasms against Serbia.
Tite said Marcelo had been desperate to play in the last 16 clash.
“We can’t take any risks in such an important game. We don’t pay for health care,” Tite said.
Meanwhile, Brazil defensive linchpin Thiago Silva said he hoped Neymar would follow in the footsteps of PSG team-mates Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani and Angel Di Maria, who scored five goals between them in Saturday’s last 16 games.
“Yesterday when the games finished I thought… maybe in our game it’s going to be the same with Neymar,” Silva said.
“We hope we’ll be as inspired as those other strikers.”
Yet Silva quickly underlined the threat of the determined Mexicans, who helped eliminate defending champions Germany in the first phase.
“It will be a difficult game. Mexico have so far shown they deserve to be here, as do we,” added Silva, who identified El Tri’s record scorer Javier Hernandez as the danger man.
“I know Chicharito (Hernandez) well, and we know about his qualities. We have to minimise the possibility for the ball to get through to them,” Silva said.


News / Sharing recovered $350m Abacha loot ill-advised
« on: July 01, 2018, 07:45:55 PM »

A human rights advocacy group , Socio - Economic Rights and Accountability Project , has advised the Federal Government against sharing the recovered $ 350 m (about N 115 bn) Sani Abacha loot among households in 19 states across the country.
According to the group , the Federal Government plans to share the recovered N 115 bn among 300 , 000 households in 19 states with each getting N 5 ,000 .
But in a statement on Sunday by its Deputy Director , Timothy Adewale , SERAP contended that the planned spending was not only ill- advised but also discriminatory against citizens in the 17 excluded states.
The group contended that apart from the fact that the N 5 ,000 would not make any significant impact on the lives of the beneficiaries, the planned sharing was also subject to abuse by state governors who may ensure that only their acolytes benefit.
SERAP said rather than share the N 115 bn among households , the money should be spent on education , health care and provision of social amenities, especially water.
It advised the Federal Government to source fund for its National Social Safety Net Programme from another source.
SERAP said, “The authorities should do the right thing with the returned loot and show Nigerians that they can properly and efficiently invest the funds in projects that would provide tangible benefits to the victims of corruption who are the socially and economically vulnerable sectors of the population .
“The authorities can use the loot to fund universal health care programme and a tuition assistance programme that would provide post-secondary / university education scholarships to young Nigerians from poor families and who would otherwise lack the resources to carry out their studies.
“In any case , sharing the returned loot to households in 19 states because the remaining 17 state governments have not yet put in place the appropriate platform through which to implement the NAASP is both unfair and discriminatory.
“The planned distribution is also vulnerable to abuse and corruption by state governors , who may push for the funds to be given to their supporters and thus used for parochial and political purposes . The proper and efficient spending of recovered funds is key for development and can support efforts to combat grand corruption .
“Spending returned looted funds offers an opportunity to right wrongs committed by corrupt officials , rebuild public trust , and invest in the development of communities most affected by grand corruption in the country to improve the prospects for meeting many of the Sustainable Development Goals . ”



Young man shot dead by his friend while testing "Odeshi" charm prepared by a native doctor in Imo State. (Graphic Photo)
A young man has reportedly lost his life after he was shot by his friend while testing his "Odeshi" charm prepared by a native doctor in Imo State.
According to a Facebook user, Hon Chidi Onyeji Zanders who shared the sad story and photo, he said the incident took place at Umuozu Ugiri in
Isiala Mbano, on Saturday.
Hon Chidi said Doctors at Ibezim Group Hospital and Maternity in Isiala Mbano confirmed that the victim, identified as Chinaka went to a native doctor who prepared him an Odeshi charm. While testing the charm, he asked his friend to shoot at him, and as the friend did, he died on the spot.
The victim was taken to the hospital by the said friend but was confirmed dead on arrival. The unlucky friend
is currently in police custody at the moment.

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