Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Tony Elumelu Joins President Obama At The White House

The African businessman and philanthropist Tony O. Elumelu has proposed a new entrepreneur-led development model for Africa at two high profile events in Washington DC.
Elumelu, who is the chairman of the United Bank for Africa and the founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, spoke at a White House event hosted by United States President Barack Obama on May 11 to celebrate emerging entrepreneurs around the globe.
The event was a prelude to Obama’s scheduled trip to Kenya this summer for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
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Penny Pritzker, US Commerce Secretary, Tony Elumelu, Founder, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Antonio Gracias, Founder and CEO, Valor Equity and Julie Hanna, Founder and CEO, Kiva during the event hosted by US President Barack Obama at the White House on Monday to celebrate Global Emerging Entrepreneurs.
During remarks to announce the Summit and his plans to participate, President Obama thanked the global coalition of entrepreneurship organizations that collaborated with his administration to launch the Spark campaign for global entrepreneurship, a campaign in which the Tony Elumelu Foundation is a founding member.
The president went on to say to the entrepreneurs present, “Entrepreneurship empowers people to no longer be subject to aid agencies, but to be part of something to pursue their dreams.  Entrepreneurs like you can change the world one idea at a time.”
During his comments at the White House event while participating on a panel moderated by the United States Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, Elumelu championed the cause of African entrepreneurs as the primary drivers of Africa’s transformation.
In closing, Elumelu provided the following advice to global entrepreneurs: “Entrepreneurship is a long term journey.  Great entrepreneurs are not made overnight.  Dare to dream, implement your dream, and stay focused.”
Elumelu’s foundation recently launched the $100 million Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme, which aims to assist in growing 10,000 start-up companies across the African continent over the next 10 years – demonstrating a commitment to empowering entrepreneurs to drive Africa’s social and economic transformation.
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Tony Elumelu, Founder Tony Elumelu Foundation, Penny Pritzker, US Commerce Secretary, Antonia Gracias, Founder/CEO Valor Equity and Julie Hanna/CEO, kiva during the event hosted by US President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington DC on Monday to celebrate Global Emerging Entrepreneurs.
Other speakers who joined Obama and Elumelu to promote entrepreneurship at the White House event included Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks; Barbara Corcoran, the founder of Barbara Corcoran Venture Partners; Daymond John, CEO and founder of FUBU — allINVESTORS on the hit ABC show Shark Tank; Antonio Gracias, the founder of Valor Equity Partners; and Julie Hanna, the founder of Kiva.
Accompanying Elumelu to the White House was Shadi Sabeh, a young Nigerian entrepreneur from Sokoto state who is a mentee of Elumelu and a past winner of the Tony and Awele Elumelu Prize for Economics from Usman Dan Fodiyo University.
Following on the White House event, Elumelu delivered a lecture at Georgetown University in Washington DC on May 12 on the topic ‘Entrepreneur-Led Development: A New Model for Africa’.
The lecture was attended by a large audience including students, faculty, and alumni of Georgetown, as well as members of the US and African private sector, diplomatic core, and international development sector.
I was honoured to speak at these high profile events in the US,” Tony Elumelu said.

As a successful entrepreneur, I will continue to communicate to the world the need for supporting and empowering African entrepreneurs as the most impactful and sustainable approach to Africa’s development. My mission is to share this message on a global scale, and inspire more African business leaders and globalINVESTORS with an interest in Africa to take action.”

A US woman, who was applying to make her ex-boyfriend pay child support for her twin daughters, was shockd when it was discovered that the man was only the father of one of the girls.

The woman told the Board of Social Services that a man she had relationship with, was the father of her twins, therefore, he should pay child support.
The Board ordered the man to undertake a DNA paternity test, Mirror reports. When the test was carried out, it showed that the former boyfriend was almost certainly the father of one twin, but wasn’t the father of the other.
The shocked woman confessed that she had slept with another man a week after she believed she was impregnated by her boyfriend.
Judge Sohail Mohammad said that he had researched the subject and found just two other court cases of a woman giving birth to twins from separate fathers. Such phenomenon occurs in one out of every 13,000 reported paternity cases involving twins.
It seems amazing and medically impossible, but a woman can give birth to twins with two fathers when she has sex with two different men in the same week.
Obstetrician-gynaecologist Jennifer Wu explained that sperm can remain viable for up to five

Aisha Buhari Reportedly States that No Girl Should be Married Before Age 17

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According to several online reports, incoming First Lady, Aisha Buhari, stated that no girl should be married before age 17.
She is said to have stated this while speaking to Channels TV at the side-line of the Global Women Conference held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Here is what she reportedly said:
We have heard so much from the Ministers of Women affairs from different countries. We are trying to tally it with what is happening in Nigeria, to find out how we are lacking and in which aspect of women affairs that we are lacking and the ones that we have gone ahead. I think so far its quite encouraging.
We just need to put everything in practice than being in theory. If the government can stand up and say every girl child must attend basic primary and secondary school education before getting married. I think nobody, no girl should be married before the age of 17 because if you really attend secondary school, you will have to be like 16 and 17 and I think by the time you are 18- 20, its quite a moderate time of having a child.

Police Find $100 Worth Of Groceries In Woman Vaginal

Holly Fray from Pittson, Pennsylvania is facing charges and fines after being arrested. Keen eyed store employees couldn’t help but notice the resourceful thief shoving food up her dress and called the police. Officer Charles Langan said that Fray was given a full body search during which several oranges fell onto the floor between her legs.
"I thought she stuffed a bunch of things in her pants so I gave her a fast pat down, when I felt nothing and saw items begin to fall out of her pants, I knew something was up,” said Officer Langan. “A female officer was called in after Miss Fray was brought to the station, and a more thorough search was initiated.”

Officer Felicia Anne, a 10 year vet of the police force arrived to carry out the more in depth search;

“They asked me to come do a full cavity search on a recently arrested shoplifter, which is very unusual. They told me that they thought she was holding groceries in her vagina, and I literally laughed out loud. They told me about the oranges and not feeling anything during the pat down, so I took her in the back and sure enough, we found nearly $100 worth of groceries inside of her vagina. 

A dozen eggs, bread, milk, a few more oranges, as well as a full porterhouse and a rack of bacon were in there, plus a lot more. I was shocked.”

The store didn't press charges against the thief because they said the situation was too funny.

Sorce : lindaikeji.com

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Emmanuel Adebayor not done with his family...shares more story about his brother he accused of stealing

Footballer Emmanuel Adebayor who made some startling revelation about his family recently took to his facebook page this afternoon to shed more light on his rocky relationship with one of his brothers, Rotimi Adebayor pictured with him above. What he wrote below...

Here is another part of the story I have kept inside since. Today I feel the constant need to let it out. If I share my stories, it is because I believe every story comes with a lesson. And the lesson is for anyone that is reading this. This is about a brother who keeps saying today that I am not a good support for our family. His name is Rotimi Adebayor. At the age of 13, he did something very bad. He and I know what he did. Because of that our parents had to send him to a village far from the big city.
When I started to be successful in football and I went to Togo for vacation; at that time one of my mother’s friend came from the village to visit us. As she explained how Rotimi was suffering in the village, I immediately asked them to bring him back into the city.

As soon as he came back, I made sure I put him in school. For me that is normal. In 2002, I went to play the AFCON in Mali and I had the huge privilege to swap my shirt with Marc-Vivien Foé. May his soul rest in peace. When I got back to Togo, I put that shirt in a secure place. My brother found a way to steal that shirt and sold it. When I moved from Metz to Monaco, we reached an advanced stage in the Champions League and we played against Real Madrid. It was one of most beautiful day of my life because I was lucky enough to get a signed shirt from the football legend Zinedine Zidane. As I brought that shirt back to Togo, my brother still found a way to steal that shirt and sold it. When I was in Metz, I was earning about €15,000 a month. I wanted to get something unique for my mom to thank her for all she did for me. I wanted to make her happy.

So I decided to take an amount worth 3 months of my wages and I bought her a Cartier neckless for about €45,000. Rotimi and his friends Akim(@Yam Freedom) and Tao (@Sao Tao Oyawole) made a plan and stole that precious neckless. They sold it for about €800. When my mom and I found out, my mother asked me not to bother because he is the younger brother. Despite the situation, I would like to take this same occasion to wish all the mothers out there a Happy Mother’s Day! .And the lesson is for anyone that is reading this.

This is about a brother who keeps saying today that I am not a good support for our family. His name is Rotimi Adebayor. At the age of 13, he did something very bad. He and I know what he did. Because of that our parents had to send him to a village far from the big city. When I started to be successful in football and I went to Togo for vacation; at that time one of my mother’s friend came from the village to visit us. As she explained how Rotimi was suffering in the village, I immediately asked them to bring him back into the city. As soon as he came back, I made sure I put him in school. For me that is normal.

In 2002, I went to play the AFCON in Mali and I had the huge privilege to swap my shirt with Marc-Vivien Foé. May his soul rest in peace.

When I got back to Togo, I put that shirt in a secure place. My brother found a way to steal that shirt and sold it. When I moved from Metz to Monaco, we reached an advanced stage in the Champions League and we played against Real Madrid. It was one of most beautiful day of my life because I was lucky enough to get a signed shirt from the football legend Zinedine Zidane. As I brought that shirt back to Togo, my brother still found a way to steal that shirt and sold it.

When I was in Metz, I was earning about €15,000 a month. I wanted to get something unique for my mom to thank her for all she did for me. I wanted to make her happy. So I decided to take an amount worth 3 months of my wages and I bought her a Cartier neckless for about €45,000. Rotimi and his friends Akim(@Yam Freedom) and Tao (@Sao Tao Oyawole) made a plan and stole that precious neckless. They sold it for about €800. When my mom and I found out, my mother asked me not to bother because he is the younger brother.

Despite the situation, I would like to take this same occasion to wish all the mothers out there a Happy Mother’s Day!

In my house, I have a storage room where I keep some of my belongings when I travel back to Europe. I am the only one with that key but my brother managed to get a master key that was able to open every single door in the house. He frequently stole drinks and other items from that room.

After all this we kept saying “blood is thicker than water” and we moved on. Therefore, I decided to take him where I started my football in France. I brought him to a great football academy in France. You already know how this story ended. He stole cellphones from many of his teammates and they sacked him from the football academy. By the way, after I published the first story about him, he called me to say that he did not steal exactly 21 phones. He claimed that the number was lower than that. Still...Is that acceptable? He also added that I should be happy that he stole drinks and other items from my storage room. I asked him why and he replied: "Because I am your brother".

Jacques Songo’o who is now a retired Cameroonian footballer also had his son in the academy and he was a good friend of Rotimi. Let me add that he was part of my development as a footballer and he always gave me good advices. I was in Togo on my days off when Songo’ocalled me; he sounded very angry. He explained to me how my brother stole his son’s PSP. When I asked my brother why he did that, he argued that he forgot it in his bag. How can you forget someone else’s device in your bag and travel with it from France to Togo? Since that day, my relationship with Songo'o changed and he has become pretty distant with me and my family.

I was still in Monaco when I decided to collect all football boots from my teammates so I could give them to people in Africa. I had a huge bag full of shoes. I brought that bag to Togo. A few days after when I decided to give the boots out to the people in need, I noticed the bag full of boots disappeared. Later on, I found out that my brother was the one who stole the bag and went to sell the shoes in Hedzranawoé (famous public market in Togo).

One day, my mom called me early in the morning when I was still in bed. She told me that Rotimi has gotten a Visa to go to Dubai so he can play football out there. He had to leave that day with his friend Kodjovi (@Denilson de Souza) who was in the same situation. It was either they went that day or the Visa would be suspended. I asked one of my guys at the time (@Agui Mozino) to go find tickets for my brother and his friend.

We could not find any economy class ticket on that day so I had to get them both first class tickets. After all, it was an opportunity for him to make his own career in Dubai. Only 4days later, Rotimi went back home. He explained how the lifestyle in Dubai was not made for him. He said he wasn’t free to do what he wanted to do because it is a strictly Muslim place. He couldn't drink, party as much as he wanted or kiss girls in public.

The part 3 is coming out soon and it will be about the man that calls himself the father of the family @Kola Adebayor A.K.A Lion of Judah.

Source: lindaikeji.blogspot.com

Monday, February 23, 2015

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Photo Shows Civilian-JTF Riding Shotgun With Nigerian Soldiers In Boko Haram War civilian jtf riding shotgun

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Abubakar Gambo found this photo on Beegeagle’s blog. It was accompanied by the following caption:

“Nigerian troops in a MOWAG Piranha APC on the move. Behind them is an Otokar Cobra APC chock full of the men of the allied Borno Vigilante aka ‘Civilian JTF’”
The picture is evidence of how the Civilian-JTF, the trusted allies and partners of the Nigerian army have participated in the battle to save Nigeria from Boko Haram, in the front lines.


He said, “I think it’s the only photo I came across online that shows our soldiers and CJTF going to war together. It was taken during the January 25th attack on Maiduguri.”

Nigerians must always thank and appreciate the valiant efforts of the Civilian-JTF who have been some of the most patriotic citizens of Nigeria and even when betrayed by a government that did not care and denied arms yet put at the front-line of all battles, never failed the nation but bled and died to protect the future of Nigeria and its people.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Social Experiment shows Racism Not Allow In Canada (Video proof)

After the recent tragedy in Ottawa, 3 numerous friends set to conduct a social experiment with the individuals of North American country. They were curious to examine if the magnificently kind Canadians would show someone wearing ancient Muslim garb any disrespect. The results? Unbelievable.

This is one thing we tend to at SFG were moved  by, however we'd prefer to skills you felt regarding this. allow us to recognize your thoughts and feelings within the comment section.



Friday, October 24, 2014

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Nicki Minaj falls asleep four times during interview - Funny


 Musician Nicki Minaj dozed off many times throughout an interview with GQ magazine.

Minaj, 31, slept fourfold whereas she spoke concerning her hit song Eunectes murinus, rumored Daily Mirror.

"To be fully correct, she ne'er fell into actual slumber throughout our interview, however at four separate times she dozed off, her head jerking awake at simply the instant it had began to dip."

" In between, she was what I might decision restrained and reserved, as a result of i'm generous, however the image gave the impression of this: those eyelids, falling, falling over eyes that will cross momentarily, closing for an instant however staying too long - a blink that lasted many blinks longer than a blink," the magazine journalist, candy Brodessor-Akner, wrote.

Between those naps, Nicki talked concerning the song whichg shows her shaking her swag, "It is simply talking concerning 2 guys that she dated within the past and what they are smart at and what they bought her and what they same to her. It's simply nervy, sort of a joke."ext to check?
Nicki Minaj falls asleep four times during interview .

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Bride's Heartbreaking Photos Show What Love Looks Like After Loss

Earlier this year, Janine was like any other bride-to-be -- planning a wedding, looking for the perfect dress and eager to walk down the aisle. Unfortunately, she never got that chance.
Fifty-two days before her nuptials, Janine's fiancé Johnny died unexpectedly. Her custom wedding dress, once a symbol of happiness, became a reminder of what she had lost. But she couldn't bring herself to part with it.
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Credit: Matt Adcock / Del Sol Photography 
Janine in her dress, holding a picture of her fiancé Johnny. 
"I finally decided that I wanted to keep my wedding dress and not sell it because of what it means to me," she told Del Sol Photography, who featured her story on their site. "I wanted to be free and I wanted to do something different."
Janine teamed up with Del Sol photographer Matt Adcock to do an underwater "trash the dress" shoot.
"I did something never thought I would do in my whole life. I took my wedding dress that was built from scratch and I jumped into the river," Janine said. "I did it because I wanted to free myself from losing my fiancé ... this dress was for him. I did this because John would want me to something like this. He was so outgoing and he wanted me to have the best life."
Check out photos from Janine's powerful shoot below:

To hear Janine's story in her own words, watch the video below.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

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$9.3m Cash Transfer: Security Source Confirms Pastor Oritsejafor Was Involved In Botched Arms Deal

A security source recently revealed that along with the pastor, President Goodluck Jonathan and the National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, coordinated the movement of the cash, and that its original destination was Cyprus, not South Africa.


Contrary to the denials of Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), details have surfaced confirming he was involved in the movement of $9.3 million cash to South Africa, purportedly for the purchase of arms.
A security source revealed to SaharaReporters that along with the pastor, President Goodluck Jonathan and the National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, coordinated the movement of the cash, and that its original destination was Cyprus, not South Africa.
Ayo Oritsejafor It would be recalled that the story and documents emanating from the Nigeria government are to the effect that the officials were going to use the money to buy arms from Tier One in South Africa. It turned out Tier One is not registered in that country to sell arms, and that it was going to buy them, somehow, from the ESD International Group Ltd in Cyprus.
Trying to wash his hands of the sordid story, Pastor Oritsejafor had said he leased the jet to Eagle Air, in which he has an interest.  Eagle, in turn, said it leased it to Gold Coast Produce Limited.
The source told our reporter that the web of so-called leases woven around the transaction was concocted in August to enable Pastor Oritsejafor deny knowledge of the deal.
Repeated efforts by SaharaReporters to obtain from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) a copy of the so-called lease entered into by the pastor failed to yield any fruit, as officials there claim the Minister of Aviation, Osita Chidoka, was away.
Similarly, the Corporate Affairs Commission, where Pastor Oritsejafor registered the plane under “Eagle Air” Limited, claims that their server has been taken over by one of their server/service providers, and that they are therefore unable to access information concerning ownership of Eagle Air.
As previously revealed by SaharaReporters, Pastor Oritsejafor’s Bombardier jet was seized in South Africa’s Lanserai airport on September 5 after law enforcement officials found that the jet had illegally ferried $9.3million cash into the country accompanied by an Isreali, Eyal Miseka and two Nigerians. The Nigerians are yet to be identified.
As soon as the seizure took place, President Jonathan intervened with the South African authorities in order to get the aircraft released as a way of preventing the public from knowing that Pastor Oritsejafor’s jet was involved in the deal.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Top 3 Nigeria’s Pastor Facing Hard Times!

ayo-oritsejafor-oyakhilome-tb-joshuaCounted among the wealthiest pastors in the world, Ayo Oritsejafor, the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Prophet Temitope Joshua, of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, and Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of the Believers Love World, better known as Christ Embassy, all have something in common.
They are frontline Nigerian clergymen who manage churches that boast of thousands of worshippers, sympathisers and admirers. Their words, most times, are hardly opposed by their church members and they are seen as God’s representatives on earth.
For these pastors, however, the year 2014 has been quite turbulent in various ways. While some are battling with issues of their alleged inability to handle their families like they often preach, others are having to find as much convincing explanation as they could over their involvement in allegations of money laundering, which are yet to be proven against them.
For some of these big pastors, however, this is not the first time they would be enmeshed in controversial issues and allegations. But this year it is coming in torrents.
•Oritsejafor
For Ayo Oritsejafor, beginning from when he broke up with the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa and left the Church of God Mission to begin his ministry in Warri, Delta State, he has continued to grow in christendom. From being the President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, he became the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, a larger body.
His emergence and activities also came with some controversies that saw bishops of the Catholic Church breaking away from the association.
Despite his explanation that his private jet was a gift from his church members, speculations that the jet was given to him by President Goodluck Jonathan are still on.
Oritsejafor, who, critics have accused of reducing CAN to a political arm of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, is currently enmeshed in a controversy involving the use of his private jet by two Nigerians and an Israeli in a $9.3 million cash transfer from Nigeria purportedly to purchase arms for the Federal Government in South Africa..
Oritsejafor agrees he owns the jet that was seized by South African authorities, but said he does not know anything about the controversy surrounding the huge cash since the jet was chattered by those managing it.
Some Nigerians do not believe this. Former Minister of the FCT, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, has asked the flamboyant clergyman to look beyond his bling and answer questions about his involvement in the deal which some argue could be a failed money laundering attempt.
In the case of Prophet T.B. Joshua, the collapse of a building in his church on Friday, 12 September, that led to the death of at least 80 worshippers, has exposed him to severe criticisms. However, many, including some of his enemies, would attest to the fact that most of his predictions have come true, making him one of the most visited among pastors in Nigeria.
Besides this, he is believed to boost the tourism sector of the country with his uniquely built and attractive church. The founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, with a 15,000 seating capacity, is believed to be worth between $10 million and $15 million.
Now, this prophet is facing the most challenging period of his life following the collapse of a six-storey building within his church premises. The building, with several tastefully furnished rooms and suites,  accommodated foreign visitors and worshippers of the church until last Friday when the entire building came crashing down.
Prophet Joshua attracted harsh criticisms when, days later, he announced that he was the target of terrorists, who attacked the church building. Footage of an aircraft which hovered around the church shortly before it came down was published online.
But the Lagos State Government on Thursday claimed that the building was an illegal structure which was defective from the beginning. This claim follows another by the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, which said the building was originally supposed to have only four floors and not six.
The South African Government also added to the controversy when it said it lost 67 citizens when the building collapsed, with many wondering why Joshua could not predict the incident.
•Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy church
On his part, Chris Oyakhilome, fondly called Pastor Chris, the founder of Christ Embassy, is estimated to worth between $30 million and $50 million and boasts of over 40,000 members with many, according to a report, being successful businessmen and hippy undergraduates.
A pastor and businessman, he has interests in printing, hotels, real estate and media which include LoveWorld TV network and thee first Christian TV networks
Pastor Chris is currently having a running battle with Anita, his wife and Vice President of his church in a messy divorce case.
According to reports, a major reason why Anita has made up her mind to leave her husband and father of their two children is simply because Oyakhilome, who heads the church branch in South Africa, is not measuring up as a husband and real family man.
Filing a divorce at a UK court on the ground that “the marriage has broken down irretrievably,” as well as inappropriate relationships with female members of the church, her lawyers said in the court papers: “the wife submits that her marriage to the husband has irretrievably broken down and there is no hope of reconciliation. The wife will submit that it is the husband’s unreasonable behaviours which have led to this.
“…The wife will say that they have lived separately for 16 years and over this time have drifted apart. The wife has come to realise that the husband will only visit the UK for the annual church programmes that he holds rather than to be with this wife. The wife feels that he has been unavailable as a father to their children during their developing years.
•Prophet T.B .Joshua, Synagogue Church of All Nations
“The wife feels that their marriage suffered under the pressure of their work. They would rarely spend time together due to the husband’s unavailability. Special occasions such as Christmas, birthdays and family occasions and anniversaries pass them by and they rarely spent any time together as a family as the husband was more devoted to his work than he was to them.
“The wife feels that she has been used to portray and enhance the husband’s image as a family man when the reality is that there is no existing relationship between them.
“As a result of the husband’s attitude to their marriage, the wife will say that he is virtually not recognised as a married man in the ministry. His teachings and beliefs on marriage is that the husband is a master and a controller and the wife will say that his concept of biblical submission is so extreme that it is impossible for her to meet his expectations.
“She feels humiliated by the way he treats her in the presence of his close female staff members and she feels that she has been taken for granted which has become unbearably stressful for her.”
Archbishop Olubunmi Okogie, who could not stomach the embarrassment the divorce case was causing to Christianity, slammed both of them for refusing to practice what they preach.
Source; PM News

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Official statement from Synagogue about Collapse Building

capture1The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) has released officla statement about the collpased building and which confirmed killing several people, stating that rescue operation is currently taking place.
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source: trends.ng

Friday, September 12, 2014

BREAKING. Oscar Pistorius found guilty of manslaughter

pistorius-court-crying--courtOscar Pistorius was found not guilty of premeditated murder and second degree murder because according to the judge, his conduct after the shooting was ‘inconsistent’ with someone who intended to commit murder. But he has been found guilty of manslaughter this morning. The judge said he acted negligently when he fired shots into the toilet door. The question now is, will he be jailed for manslaughter?
*He was also found not guilty of the first firearm charge – (firing a gun through the roof of his car)
*He was found not guilty of the third firearm charge (unlawfully possessing 38 rounds of ammunition at his home without having a license).
*He was found guilty of the second firearm charge. He discharged a weapon in a public place, a restaurant called Tashas and asked his friend to take the blame. The judge says Oscar was sufficiently trained in the use of firearms, so should not have asked for a firearm in a public place
The judge said no one submitted that there was an intention to pull the trigger, but that does not absolve him of the crime of negligently handling a firearm.

Monday, September 8, 2014

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Photo: Hollywood actor Neil Patrick Harris marries his boyfriend


Hollywood actor, Neil Patrick Harris and his longtime partner David Burtka got married on Saturday September 6th at a very private wedding in Italy (Pic from their wedding left). The 'How I Met Your Mother' star took to twitter to make the announcement. The couple have been together for ten years and have a set of fraternal twins together. Shall we say congrats, Dr Dougie Howser.? Hehe

Friday, September 5, 2014

iPhone 6 To Be Release 9/9/2014

Updated Everything we've heard so far about the new iPhone 6

 iPhone 6 release date, news and rumors 

Latest update: The time is nigh, people. The invites are out. Apple is hosting an event in Cupertino on September 9, with the tagline 'Wish we could say more'.
The new iPhone could be one of the most pivotal devices in the Cupertino brand's history - with the iPhone 5S and iPhon e5C simple updates to previous models, there's a lot of pressure heaped on the iPhone 6.
We've already been given a small sneak peak at what Apple may have in store for us on the iPhone 6 thanks to the announcement of iOS 8 at WWDC - from a bigger screen and camera to health monitoring and more storage.
  • What iOS 8 tells us about the iPhone 6
One thing is for sure, with the Samsung Galaxy S5, LG G3, Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8 now out in wild, Apple needs to be on its game with the new iPhone - and many believe a bigger screen is simply a must.
iPhone 6 release date

Cut to the chase

  • What is it? A major revision of the iPhone including entire design
  • When is it out? September 9 for the launch, September 19 on sale.
  • What will it cost? Prices are likely to start at around £550 / $650 / AU$869

iPhone 6 release date

The iPhone 6 release date is virtually certain for September, which would fit in nicely with the rollout of the newly announced iOS 8.
More exactly, the iPhone 6 launch date momentum has been set for September 9, an idle Tuesday at the start of the month.
The standard launch cycle will be likely followed, which means the Tuesday announcement will be followed by an on-sale release date 10 days later - which means Friday September 19 will be the first time you'll be able to get your mitts on it.
It's looking increasingly likely that we'll see more than one Apple handset this year, with a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5-inch phablet - possibly dubbed the iPhone Air or the iPhone 6L - coming alongside. The latter was rumored to be pushed until later in the year, thanks to problems with the battery and production, but recent updates seem to say these have been solved.
TechRadar's sources have also intimated that both models will launch together, so we're pretty confident that will happen.

And it sounds like production is about to start, as the Economic Daily News reports that the 4.7-inch has already gone into production, while the 5.5-inch handset will enter production soon too - so it could be the release dates for the two models are split.
iPhone 6 user guide
With the launch likely happening soon it's little surprise to find that the iPhone 6 user guide may have been leaked. Nowhereelse.fr got hold of it and it's possible that it's fake or a non-final version as the bezels shown are a lot larger than we're expecting, but even if Apple hasn't finalised the guide yet the mere fact that it's out there suggests the iPhone 6 will soon be on sale.
After trawling through all the iPhone 6 rumors we kicked our render machine into gear and came up with a concept of what we'd like Apple's eighth generation flagship smartphone to look like.
Check out our creation in the video below.

iPhone 6 release date, news and rumors

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iPhone 6 release date, news and rumors
Is an even bigger iPhone on the way?
Latest update: The time is nigh, people. The invites are out. Apple is hosting an event in Cupertino on September 9, with the tagline 'Wish we could say more'.
The new iPhone could be one of the most pivotal devices in the Cupertino brand's history - with the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C simple updates to previous models, there's a lot of pressure heaped on the iPhone 6.
We've already been given a small sneak peak at what Apple may have in store for us on the iPhone 6 thanks to the announcement of iOS 8 at WWDC - from a bigger screen and camera to health monitoring and more storage.
One thing is for sure, with the Samsung Galaxy S5, LG G3, Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8 now out in wild, Apple needs to be on its game with the new iPhone - and many believe a bigger screen is simply a must.
iPhone 6 release date

Cut to the chase

  • What is it? A major revision of the iPhone including entire design
  • When is it out? September 9 for the launch, September 19 on sale.
  • What will it cost? Prices are likely to start at around £550 / $650 / AU$869

iPhone 6 release date

The iPhone 6 release date is virtually certain for September, which would fit in nicely with the rollout of the newly announced iOS 8.
More exactly, the iPhone 6 launch date momentum has been set for September 9, an idle Tuesday at the start of the month.
The standard launch cycle will be likely followed, which means the Tuesday announcement will be followed by an on-sale release date 10 days later - which means Friday September 19 will be the first time you'll be able to get your mitts on it.
It's looking increasingly likely that we'll see more than one Apple handset this year, with a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5-inch phablet - possibly dubbed the iPhone Air or the iPhone 6L - coming alongside. The latter was rumored to be pushed until later in the year, thanks to problems with the battery and production, but recent updates seem to say these have been solved.
TechRadar's sources have also intimated that both models will launch together, so we're pretty confident that will happen.
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On top of that, the iWatch now looks very likely to appear at the same time, with re/code stating that Apple's wearable will appear next to one or two phones in September, rather than later in the year (or possibly in 2015) as previously predicted.
The launch could still be split - it makes sense to launch an iPhone Air and iWatch together at an event - but that would be too many in the space of a few months, so an iPhone 6 and iPhone Air dual announcement makes sense.
And it sounds like production is about to start, as the Economic Daily News reports that the 4.7-inch has already gone into production, while the 5.5-inch handset will enter production soon too - so it could be the release dates for the two models are split.
iPhone 6 user guide
With the launch likely happening soon it's little surprise to find that the iPhone 6 user guide may have been leaked. Nowhereelse.fr got hold of it and it's possible that it's fake or a non-final version as the bezels shown are a lot larger than we're expecting, but even if Apple hasn't finalised the guide yet the mere fact that it's out there suggests the iPhone 6 will soon be on sale.
After trawling through all the iPhone 6 rumors we kicked our render machine into gear and came up with a concept of what we'd like Apple's eighth generation flagship smartphone to look like.
Check out our creation in the video below.

iPhone 6 price

There's one thing we can be sure about when it comes to the iPhone 6 - it won't be cheap.
Apple's legacy is a long line of premium devices sporting premium price tags and you can expect that trend to continue with the iPhone 6.
One analyst even goes as far as predicting that Apple will hike up the price of the iPhone 6, possibly by as much as $100 (around £60, AU$110). With a larger screen, new glass covering the front and possibly even a new, more impressive, material used in construction, we can see the price being hiked.
We'd be surprised is the mooted 4.7-inch iPhone 6 would get such a massive price bump, as it needs to stay competitive, but the hike does make sense if Apple launches a larger, phablet sized iPhone.
We have also got wind of possible pricing for the 4.7-inch model and it's reportedly starting at around £500 for a 32GB handset, which is around the same as a 16GB iPhone 5S, so if anything it might be a little cheaper, but that still leaves the 5.5-inch model open to being more expensive.
Indeed the latest pricing rumors echo the £500/$858/AU$915 pricing for the 4.7-inch model, but add that the 5.5-inch handset is likely to start at around £563/$966/AU$1030 and those are based on Chinese prices, so won't account for local taxes.
Interestingly the same sources claim that the 5.5-inch handset will be called the 'iPhone Air'.

iPhone 6 design

Update: The most recent leak surrounding the look of the iPhone has been given to us by network China Telecom, which seems to have shown off the first press shot of the new iPhone.
iPhone 6
Credit: Sina Mobile News
The leak could be hoaxed, as to accidentally publish such an important picture on social networks seems unlikely.
That is, until you see that the same colours are mirrored precisely in leaked pictures of the forthcoming iPhone SIM trays from NowhereElse.fr, which has good form in leaking new iPhone components.
iPhone 6
We'll call these colours Blazing Sun, Old Glue and Broken Daydream (Credit: NowhereElse.fr)
The home buttons also make an appearance, and a side pic of the tray 'confirms' the curved edge of the new iPhone.
Other very recent images posted to WeiFeng also align with this, showing a very similar looking phone to the ones in the press shot above.
iPhone 6 WeiFeng
We could see up to three models coming on September 9: an iPhone 5C sequel, an iPhone 6 and an iPhone Air, with the latter being a larger size to compete with the likes of the Galaxy Note 3, as phablets are becoming hugely popular in areas like Asia.
"If the iPhone 6 doesn't have a Liquidmetal body, then we'll probably never see one."
One thing you probably can expect is more premium metal to come your way with the iPhone 6, and Apple patents for liquidmetal 3D printing suggest there may be a new way to form the sultry chassis on the new iPhone.
Writing in early January 2014, MacRumors quotes a batch of liquidmetal patents reportedly filed by Apple employees.
This has been doing the rounds for a while though, and apparently it's a tricky material to work with. A new video purportedly showing the iPhone 6 also suggests that it won't be liquidmetal at all and will instead be aluminium, but that it will have a liquidmetal Apple logo.
Liquidmetal or not, that chassis could well be the thinnest yet - with word that Apple will slim down the svelte 7.6mm 5S body for the iPhone 6, and if leaked images of the phone's case are legit the handset may well be shockingly slender.
iPhone 6 - LEAK
Credit: C-Tech
These shots are similar to another picture claiming to show the internal body work of the iPhone 6, where the LCD display would sit plus further snaps of the rear picked up by MacRumors - adding yet more detail to the collection of leaks we're gathering.
Newer, more detailed images give us an even clearer look at its slimline shell, as well as showing it in a fancy new dark grey colour, which may be one of the colour options come release.
iPhone 6 shell
Another thing to take away from this image is that the Apple logo is a cut-out. There are several possible reasons for that, and given Apple is looking to add NFC into the phone for the first time then having a metal free section makes perfect sense, backed up by more recent leaks with the new logo cut-out.
Apple logo
We've since seen images of a thin plastic Apple logo in the slot, thin enough that light could shine through it, leading to suggestions that it will light up, possibly to alert users to notifications.
With talk of larger screens, we can expect the body of the iPhone 6 to grow and leaked schematic designs claim the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will be 66mm wide and 7.0mm thick (the 5S is 58.6 x 7.6mm).
The larger 5.5-inch handset is said to be 77mm in width and a super svelte 6.7mm in depth - the Galaxy Note 3 is 79.2 x 8.3mm. An image of the 5.5-inch chassis has popped up on BestTechInfo and it certainly looks slim.
iPhone 6L
The 5.5 inch model is rumored to be called the iPhone Air, so it makes sense that it would be exceedingly slim.
These super slim dimensions have been given a little more firepower as we've now had multiple sources claiming to have case designs and schematics for the new iPhone 6, showing off designs similar to the iPad Air and Mini 2.
The newer pic shows the iPhone 6 actually running iOS 8 - it's not clear if this is a final version, but it is swiped from Foxconn apparently.
iPhone 6
Credit: TMZ
But how will the iPhone actually look? Well it's going to be rounded, larger (of course) and with lines running over the top and bottom sections, presumably to improve reception and overall connectivity, as we saw in early assembly snaps.
Compared to the iPhone 5S, it's taking design cues from the iPad Air and Mini 2 - that's something we think would be a great idea, as those both have a great feel in the hand.
iPhone 6 dummy
Aside from the change in size and shape the other visible difference is that the power button has been moved to the side of the handset, as it's going to be larger and hitting the top will be tricky. The rear of the phone will have a slightly protruding camera as Apple tries to keep things thin but pack in slightly more camera tech to keep pictures looking great.
This is seen in both the TMZ leak (as a final unit, apparently) and in components found by nowhereelse.fr. The two tone flash, which gives great colour but was an odd oblong last time out, has been made circular to fit with the more rounded finish of the phone, it seems.
iPhone 6
Credit: TMZ
A set of dummy images from 9to5Mac, show the new handset in gold, silver and grey and they more or less match the previous ones, with a rounded design and a power button on the side.
iPhone 6 dummies
One of the big clues about how the new iPhone 6 will look is from Taiwanese actor Jimmy Lin, who posted a photo of himself holding an iPhone 5S and what he claims is an iPhone 6.
iPhone 6
Credit: KitGuru
Why is this significant? Well Lin posted pictures of the iPhone 5C ahead of its launch last year, so it looks like he may have repeated the trick in 2014.
iPhone 6 - LEAK
Mr Lin with the iPhone 6 (credit: Jimmy Lin, Weibo)
Mr Lin may also have the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 (or at least a mockup unit) in his possession, after he posted another photo online which a big looking iPhone sitting on a work bench.
iPhone 6 - LEAK
Is this really a iPhab? (credit: Jimmy Lin, Weibo)
The same design keeps popping up in the leaked photo, and surely this isn't coincidence as even more images along the same design lines pop up from Sonny Dickson - again claiming to show the iPhone 6.
iPhone 6 - LEAK
Credit: Sonny Dickson
Sonny Dickson has gone one further though after getting his hands on mockups of two sizes of iPhone 6 handsets, giving the clearest look yet at the probably final designs.
iPhone 6 - LEAK
Credit: Sonny Dickson
Apparently the iPhone 6 has also been snapped alongside the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3, all three of which are showing off their TouchID sensors as well.
iPhone 6 - LEAK
The iPhone 6, Air 2 and Mini 3? (credit: AppleClub)
Feld & Volk has posted images to Instagram, showing what's supposedly a fully assembled handset and it matches everything else we've seen so far, though even if it is genuine it's likely that Apple with give it a touch of polish before the final launch.
iPhone 6
A larger body housing a larger screen would mean there would be some additional space which a larger power pack could accommodate, and we've even spotted an image claiming to show the iPhone 6 battery on the production line.
In other areas, patents show that Apple has been thinking about magical morphing technology that can hide sensors and even cameras. Will it make it into the iPhone 6? Probably not.
And one final nugget to chew over before you head into the wonderful world of whether the iPhone 6 will have a sapphire screen: will Apple be launching a more premium version later in the year with that harder, less breakable sapphire display to satisfy those that want the best iPhone whatever the cost?

source: techradar.com

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