Monday, 31 July 2017


- light comes from the point where the word of God you read begins to enter into your whole being
(spirit, Soul & body)
And naturally begins to drive out darkness.
- Pay attention to the word when ever you are reading the Bible, anointed books,  listening to preachings both in church and on tapes or watching it on cable and videos because impartation occurs often through that.
#Psalm 119:130,
  John 1:5     &
  Ezekiel 2:2 InView.


Today's headlines on punch

Floods: Lekki, Ikoyi, VI residents move to save $1tn

APC lawmaker, others file suit for Banire's expulsion

LGA congress: Peterside hails Rivers APC

PDP knocks Oshiomhole for opposing scrapping of SIEC

Ondo PDP expels Sheriff's faction chairman, others

Economy in dire need of FDI

Wapic plans better returns on investment to shareholders

Update your curriculum, NAICOM tells CIIN

AIICO resumes annuity for retirees

FUG Pensions targets N500bn assets

Appeal panel upholds NCAA's N33.5m sanction against

Africa seeks greater representation on IMO council

Era of govt building industries gone

Sultan commends Tony Elumelu Foundation for job

Financial reports: CBN directs banks to implement IFRS9

FCMB gets recognition for employee training

GTBank celebrates 10th anniversary of LSE listing

Apapa gridlock: Port users' costs rise by 400%

Julius Berger suspends work on Lagos-Ibadan

Collapse: Govt to prosecute Lagos Island mast owner

2.3 million oil production target achievable 'Udoma

PENGASSAN serves strike notice over labour issues

How to claim money in payable-on-death bank account

Diamond Bank posts N10.8bn profit, Unity Bank slides

Leadway, Nollywood artistes agree on insurance cover

Dangote Cement grows profit, Sterling Bank earnings rise

Builders to discuss construction industry challenges

Meyer, Chams, Capital Oil, Japaul report H1 losses

Contributory Pension Scheme'll protect workers' future '

How payable-on-death account works

Alade Market traders canvass govt's support on

Eaton eyes Nigeria's commercial real estate for

Guardiola confirms Iheanacho Leicester move 'Ndidi
rallies teammates

Quant capital plans programme for REITs growth

Zenith Bank b'ball: Dolphins vow to come back stronger

TrustBond rewarded for contributions to homeownership

I can help Klitschko beat Joshua

Custodian's profit rises by 31%

Mother, son steal show at Lagos badminton

Mobil, Total, AxaMansard, UAC H1 profits drop

Dressel bags seventh gold at worlds

Police team win IG taekwondo

Abeokuta Golf Club seeks academy

Arsenal win Emirates Cup

How APC conned Nigerians on restructuring

Desperation for forex and 18% Treasury bills 'awoof'!

The ailing President, quaking ministers and wailing

Lagos police detain, starve seven- month pregnant
woman over N50

Badoo strikes again in Ikorodu, kills couple, two kids

Source - latest Nigeria news


    DEAR HEAVENLY FATHER, I Thank You for You hear me always; hallow be Your name forever even as i experience the Kingdom of God on earth(Matt6:9)!

I pray that all the words You have been telling me since the beginning of the month should be evident in my life; for i don't want to remain a local champion but a global channel(Matt26:41;Mk11:24).

I declare that this is my day and week of Justification(Isa43:26)-in Jesus' name...


Saturday, 29 July 2017

Introducing my first blog series - " Silenced cry" Episode 1 by Abaprissy

Standing, slightly bent while resting her hands on the dinning table, Ejiro burst into hot tears,remembering the beatings she had received from her husband the previous night. She picked her phone and decided to speak with her mum.

    'hi baby',  the mum said from the other end immediately she had picked the call.

  ' mum... 'Ejiro managed to speak while sobbing

Sensing her daughter was crying, Mrs Ewefa eagerly inquired of her daughter what the problem was
  ' mum, I've had enough, I can't continue in this marriage ' Ejiro said.

Mrs Ewefa, with little relief, already knowing what the problem was, as it wasn't the first time her daughter would call to say she was leaving her husband's house,asked if it was the same old problem.

' He hit you again? ' she asked her daughter

'yes mum, last night, and this time, he went as far as kicking my tummy, knowing fully well I'm pregnant' Ejiro confirmed.

'oh my goodness, that's bad, but dear,  what happened this time? ' Mrs Ewefa asked with concern for her daughter

' because I couldn't make fresh soup, had to serve the same soup from yesterday's dinner; mum, he wouldn't even let me explain myself, he just got angry and started hitting me, forgetting I'm pregnant ' Ejiro narrated to her mum amidst tears.

'sorry baby, but you should have tried to make your husband fresh food, you already know he doesn't eat stale food ' Mrs Ewefa reprimanded, as she won't take any excuse from her daughter to leave Dan who had become their family's breadwinner since her husband, Mr Ewefa retired, and Ejiro's elder brothers were nothing to write home about.

' Ejiro... ' she continued ' please, try to endure and keep being that wife you've always been, and I know that with time and prayers, he'll change  and don't... '

' mum, can I ask you a question? ' Ejiro cuts in, obviously becoming pissed up with her mum

' Sure dear, what is it? ' replied her mum

' has father ever hit you? ' Ejiro asked

' what? God forbid!  He dare not ever even try to raise his hand on me' Mrs Ewefa exclaimed, shocking her daughter; she paused, sensing the tension her response may be causing, she thought to lighten up the mood

'sweetheart, listen to me, men are different; that your father isn't violent to the point of hitting me, doesn't mean he has no shortcomings, and so also is your husband, I know he is a good man. Just try to understand him better because, leaving him is not even an option. He is like our saviour in this family, so we can't avoid to lose him.. '

' stop it mum',  Cuts in  Ejiro, becoming really irritated by her mum's words,  ' I hate it when you talk as if we're dying when he came into our lives ; for crying out loud I'm a graduate of Accountancy, I can work to get my own money...' 

'what money and certificate are you talking about? Mrs Ewefa interrupted 'have you forgotten Dan singlehandedly sponsored your university education from your 2nd year down to the day you hung your boots?

' mum, what is the need for that now, when I can't boast of nothing ' Ejiro stopped to let out those tears once more, remembering how Dan had collected her certificates, saying there was no need for her to work, as he could take care of all her needs. To think she had actually thought he did that out of care and the love he had for her, now she knows better ; Dan had done that with his selfish motive to keep her at home.

'hello... Ejiro, are you still there? ' her mum asked  breaking the silence after what seems like an unending pause

' yes mum' Ejiro answered in between sobs 'to tell you the truth, I now hate to look myself in the mirror, as all it  shows me, is a  sharp contrast of who I used to be' 

'well mum, I think we should talk some other time, as my service provider is already warning me of low call credit '

' oh,  alright baby, do take care of yourself and be a good wife'

'alright mum, regards to dad' Ejiro said and quickly pushed the end button, relieved the conversation had ended. She let out a sign and thought aloud ' my mother will never change, maybe she's waiting to come pick my corpse'

She dropped her phone on the dinning table and went straight into the kitchen to begin preparation of her husband's favourite meal, pounded yam and vegetable soup.

Within an hour, Ejiro was done from the kitchen, she decided to have a quick shower as she expects her husband back home any moment.

She sat on the bed, giving her tummy some gentle strokes, trying to have a feel of her baby (she was about 6months gone),  when she felt his hand on her shoulder ; those hands whose touch would normally have waken the butterflies in her tummy and causing her increased heart rate and blood pressure, consequently sending more blood to her muscles.

But gosh, all she felt now, was cold quiver moving down her Spine, making her think of doing the unthinkable. Only God knows how much she now hates this man.

'hi darling ' her husband greeted

To be continued.... On Wednesday

Today's headlines on The Nation

It's not easy to shoot babies ' Bisola Ijalana

My Wife Confessed She Enjoyed Sex With Armed Robbers

More Than Me Because Of My Small Manhood Size

FRSC recovers 2 stolen vehicles in CalabarOfficial

Igbonla: MSSN rejoices, wants culprits jailed

Police arrest Lagos hotelier over sons controversial death

Support for Buhari: Aggrieved Reps revolt against Dogara

Lagos Deputy Speaker, others seek Banire's expulsion
from APC

Three kidnap kingpins, 17 others killed as abducted
schoolboys are rescued in Ondo

False assets declaration: Why Saraki's acquittal cannot
stand 'FG

how Lagos, Ondo, Delta govs helped secure their freedom

Another bloody day in Rivers: Cultists kill 8, bolt with 4
victims' heads

Faleti's widow on late husband: 'We were so close we
shared the same underwear

Northern govs, emirs constitute committee on

Couple, triplets detained in hospital over unpaid bill

Constitution amendment meaningless without true
federalism'NLC, SANs, others

I owe much of my success to Oprah Winfrey -
International Beauty Expert Aimalohi Willis

Urge to look good pushed me into fashion business

Return of Mama Elero (2)

Prof Abiola Irele: Tribute to a departed Master Quill

Starving in plain sight

My battles with beggars at NDDCs gates -MD

DataPro reaffirms Sterling Bank BBB+ rating

People make a lot of money per second in Nigeria

Building systems and structures for SMEs

In-grower fishing scheme to produce 100,000 jobs

Nigerian emerges pioneer chairman of GBEStB

Ah, Western Nigeria Governors' Forum at last

Friday, 28 July 2017

Punch news headlines today

Ohanaeze, IPOB disagree over N'Assembly rejection of
power devolution

Kwara seeks BoI's support for industrial growth

JSP wins W'Africa creative PR agency award

Drop in consumers' purchasing power hitting businesses
hard 'Benson

Transcorp profit rises by 134%, Seplat posts N8.09bn

Chelsea in transfer talks 'every day' ' Conte

We are in charge of Nigerian basketball 'Ahmadu-Kida

Funding crisis hits Adamawa, Insurance worry Edo

WAFU: Eagles, Black Stars renew rivalry

Zenith b'ball: Deepwater stun Dolphins, face First Bank in

Dalung inaugurates NGF board

NFF chief donates trophy to Minna Emirate

StarTimes makes El Clasico promise

Ledecky wins 13th gold

Harvest of Uk degrees for children of our politicians

Gospel act, Toyin Alo, returns with Alagbara

Adibua, others make new AFRIMA jury

The Goodluck who may become president

It's tough being an actor and lecturer ' Saka

Yoruba elders mourn Faleti as family sets burial date

APC suspends Banire, demands his sacking as legal

Ex-Rep, Odedo, quits Anambra gov race, backs Uba

Pitfalls of poor police funding

Ugwuanyi sacks three commissioners

B'Haram attack: NNPC suspends oil search in Chad

LCCI awards'll promote business excellence

Billionaires list: Dangote, Adenuga gain, Bezos overtakes
Bill Gates

FG plans N7.9tn budget for 2018

SON advises on standard, certifies UNIUYO table water

NRC increases speed of Abuja-Kaduna trains to 130km/h

Med-View to airlift pilgrims from Ilorin to S'Arabia

NDIC gets judgment against defunct Lead Merchant Bank

CAC agrees to pay workers N1bn salary differentials,

FITC seeks to boost mortgage banks' performance

Google Map adds 1,000 new addresses to Lagos

Senate tells RMAFC to review revenue sharing formula

FG warns against abuse of import duty exemptions

Five differences between customer service, experience

How to establish a laundry business

Recession, insecurity, forex challenges threaten Anambra
investment drive 'Obiano

Eight things your bank teller wishes you know

Agrikexpo to showcase opportunities in states

Secrets your bank teller won't tell you

39 stocks soar, SCOA Nigeria reports N385.6m loss

New banana breed 'll boost C'River revenue

Group laments impact of recession on advertising

We're sourcing raw materials locally ' Grand Oak MD

33' Export to host World Friendship Day

Royal Ceramic restates commitment to customer


     DEAR PERFECT AND BEAUTY IN HOLINESS FATHER, I Thank You for a week spent with You and in You; giving me wisdom to deal wisely with all I got in contact with(Job28:28).

I pray that all men do Your will-Your word by Your Spirit should pilot the affairs of our life(1Jh2:17)!

I decree by the Spirit of God that this week, the fear of God is all I live by, the life of God should be visible to all(Ps25:14)!

I prosper all around- weekend of all round prosperity-in Jesus' name...HAPPY WEEKEND TO YOU

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Thursday inspiration : get inspired with these few success stories

Get inspired with these short and quick inspirational stories of some of the most successful people that can help you know a lot about the
approach required to reach success .

(1) Soichiro Honda : Soichiro Honda is the founder
of the company Honda which is one of the well known large
automotive companies. Honda's story starts when he went for
a job interview to work for the Toyota company. Honda was
rejected and was told that he is not fit for the job!! The man
didn't give up and decided to create a company that competes
with Toyota and so honda was born!! If there is anything we
can learn from this inspiring success story it would be to never
give up.

(2)  Stephen King : Most people know
Stephen king the famous writer but few know about his life
story. Stephen's first novel was rejected almost everywhere it
was submitted to the extent that he threw it in the garbage!! His
wife got the story out of the garbage and insisted that he
submits it again and in the end he became the Stephen king we
know now!! There is a very important lesson you must come
up with from this inspirational success story which is that
rejections should make no sense at all if you believe in

(3) Thomas Edison : Thomas addition's
success story is one of the stories that can motivate anyone
after experiencing failure. Thomas failed about 999 times to
invent the lamp before he succeed in doing it on the 1000th
attempt. When people asked him how did you manage to keep
going even though you were failing all the time he replied
telling them, each time it didn't work i used to say i discovered
a new way how to not invent the lamp. Thomas Edison
success story should make you conclude that failure should
never stop you even if it occurred more than once.

(4)  Oprah Winfrey : One of the inspirational stories
that really motivated me the first time i read about it was the
success story of Oprah. Oprah is one of the most popular TV
icons nowadays and she is also one of the richest women on
our planet but this is not how her story began. Do you know
that Oprah was fired from her job and was told that she was
not fit for TV earlier in her life.

( 5)  Bill Gates : Bill gates the founder of Microsoft is
one of the most inspirational business leaders living these
days but do you know that his idea of creating a computer that
has a graphical interface and a mouse was rejected when he
first submitted it to another company? some people even say
that the papers of the project were thrown in his face!! Now he
became bill gates!!

Here are the major amendments made by the Senate to Nigeria constitution

Nigeria's eight Senate is currently voting on 33 major amendments to the Nigerian constitution.

They voted to give financial autonomy for local governments

Premium Times reports that about 95 senators are present for the Wednesday’s session.

And according to, the Senate has also voted to reject state creation and boundary adjustment.

The Senate voted in favour of financial autonomy for states’ Houses of Assembly. It also gave its nod to financial autonomy for local governments.

The Senate also voted to reject devolution of power to States while voting to expand Council of states to include former NASS presiding officers.

They also voted to ensure ministerial nominees are sent with their portfolios within 30 days of inauguration of the president and of governors for states.

They also voted to empower INEC to deregister political parties over failure to secure an elective seat. had also reported that the 1999 Nigerian constitution is
about to receive a huge face-lift. On Tuesday, July 25, the Senate received a 33-item report on the fourth alteration of the constitution.

The report which calls for huge changes in the Constitution was presented by the deputy Senate president, Ike Ekweremadu. One major change being proposed is the alteration bill which seems to be in tandem with the “not too young to run” movement in Nigeria, seeking improved access for the Nigerian youth in government.

The bill now proposes 35 as the minimum age for the office of the President and being elected to the Senate; and 25 for the House of Representatives.

But  The Senate approval is just part of the processrequired for constitutional amendment. The final step lies with the presidency whose duty is to assent it.

Nigerian Senate Approves New Age Qualification For Political Offices

The approval was given yesterday at The Constitution Review Exercise
July 26,2017.

This is hoping it is great News and the approval will not only be in

Acting President Osinbajo swears in two new ministers

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday in Abuja swore-in
two new ministers, Stephen Ocheni from Kogi state and Suleiman
Hassan from Gombe state as members of the Federal Executive
Council (FEC).

Speaking at the event, Osinbajo challenged the new ministers to
actively participate in the task of turning around the nation’s
economy and making life better for all Nigerians.

He stated that the Federal Executive Council was committed to
implementing its far-reaching reform programmes as contained in
the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan and other such

“We have focused our intention on key areas of that economic
reform programme and those key areas have become really what
we believed need to be done to make a difference in the Nigerian
economy and in the life and livelihoods of Nigerians

“So, we expect that our new ministers will also join in this
Herculean task of turning around the Nigerian economy and
making life better for the citizens of this country.

“You know aside from economy we have two major areas which of
course as you know were highlighted by the president during the
course of the campaign and after and have become the
centrepieces of our administration’s programmes.

“Security and anti-corruption being the other two aside from the
economy and we expect of course members of the Executive
Council to focus on these key areas as well,’’ he said.

The acting president noted that the administration had recorded
appreciable progress in the area of security in spite of minor
security challenges in some parts of the country.

He, however, assured that the security challenges were being
tackled “on a day-by-day basis’’.

Osinbajo also enjoined the new ministers to join the anti-
corruption crusade.

“And also our conducts should be exemplary so that we are able
to show by practice not just by words that we are determined to
ensure that this country is where there is good governance and
where there is honesty and integrity in service to the people.’’

It would be recalled that Ocheni and Hassan were confirmed by
the Senate in May.

Ocheni replaces the late Minister of State for Labour, Mr James
Ocholi, who died in a ghastly auto-crash along Kaduna-Abuja
highway in 2016, while Hassan takes the place of Amina

Mohammed resigned as Minister of Environment to take up the job
of Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations

The  Guardian

Wondering why N. Korea still hates the US so much? The legacy of the Korean War

The pause button was hit on the Korean War 64 years
ago Thursday. Its legacy of destruction lives on.

In just three years, the war claimed the lives of millions of people
and forever changed the Korean Peninsula.

"We went over there and fought the war and eventually burned
down every town in North Korea anyway, some way or another,
and some in South Korea, too," said former US air force
commander General Curtis LeMay in 1988, during an interview for
an Air Force military history volume.

By the time the armistice was signed on July 27, 1953, North
Korea -- which began the war with a population of 9.6 million --
had suffered an estimated 1.3 million civilian and military
casualties, according to figures cited by the US Air Force. South
Korea, meanwhile, suffered up to 3 million civilian and 225,000
military casualties, from a total population of around 20.2 million
in 1950.

The war was one that many were reluctant to join, coming as it did
just five years after the end of World War II.

General Douglas MacArthur, a legendary figure in the US military
who went on to become the commander-in-chief of the United
Nations Command at the onset of the war, said during a
congressional hearing in 1951 that he had never seen such

"I shrink with horror that I cannot express in words -- at this
continuous slaughter of men in Korea," MacArthur said. "I have
seen, I guess, as much blood and disaster as any living man, and
it just curdled my stomach, the last time I was there."

More than 33,000 Americans were killed in the fighting and
600,000 from the Chinese military -- who joined to protect their
fellow communist neighbors -- were left dead or missing.

The Chinese and the Americans went home after the fighting, but
North Koreans stayed amid the ruins of the battle -- their entire
infrastructure decimated, their towns and cities completely

Though the armistice date holds some significance in the United
States -- the US will start the process of banning Americans from
travel to North Korea Thursday -- the legacy of destruction was
and remains a key piece of propaganda for Kim Il Sung, his son
Kim Jong Il and his grandson Kim Jong Un, who now rules the

The 'original sin'

For North Koreans, destruction came from above. The conflict is
seen as the first large-scale air campaign conducted by the US Air

American fighter jets dropped approximately 635,000 tons of
explosives on North Korea (that's more in three years than during
the entire Pacific theater of World War II), including 32,000 tons of
napalm, according to historian Charles Armstrong.

That continued fear of deadly US military airstrikes helps the North
Korean government to portray Americans as a far-away
caricature, a faceless enemy that leveled their country and could
do so again.

"The bombing is treated as the American original sin in the (North
Korean) propaganda and it certainly was savage," according to
Robert E. Kelly, a professor of political science at South Korea's
Pusan National University. "It's become a political tool to justify
the permanent emergency state. Japanese colonization is used the

A 'Sea of Blood'

Most historians say the war started when the eldest Kim invaded
the south, but North Korea teaches its citizens the United States
started the war -- and only the Kim family can protect them.

The North Korean state attempts to engender a visceral hatred for
the United States: Kindergarteners draw anti-American martial
images. The news media releases videos of the US military in
flames. The June 25 anniversary of the start of the Korean War is
"the day of struggle against US imperialism."

The man who led them through war, Kim Il Sung, is revered as a
god in North Korea and credited with countless accomplishments:
most notably inventing the country's guiding ideology, juche --
which means self-reliance -- and liberating the Korean Peninsula
from Japanese occupation.

Works of poetry and art are also attributed to him -- and lionized
by North Koreans.

An example of this is the play, "The Sea of Blood." Considered
among the country's most important cultural works, it tells the
story of a poor farmer who joins the fight against the Japanese
occupation. He is killed, but his wife, who joins the Communist
resistance, goes on to help defeat the Japanese.

The play -- which is quite violent and carries strong ethnocentric
undertones, North Korea analysts say -- is a key juche text, due to
its courageous, independent and patriotic protagonist.

The juche ideology has been hammered into the North Korean
psyche since Kim first introduced it during the 1950s. Works of
propaganda like "Sea of Blood" -- and the fact that it's nearly
impossible for those inside the country to get information from the
outside world -- help reinforce the underdog, survivor mentality
that is at the heart of the juche idea.

Nuclear weapons

That survivor mentality extends into government, too. The
country's constitution states that "national defense is the supreme
duty and honor of citizens," and the country is governed by the
"songun" -- or military-first -- policy, which places the armed
forces above all else.

When it comes to North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, the
Kim regime looks at leaders like Moammar Gadhafi -- who gave
up his pursuit of nuclear weapons for security guarantees and
sanctions relief but was eventually ousted and killed -- and
believes those weapons are the key to regime survival.

So the country spends an incredibly high percentage of its budget
on defense, and tells its people that the expenditures are crucial to
preventing a US invasion.

With the country's apparent successful test of an intercontinental
ballistic missile earlier this month, they may be getting close to
that goal.

"Now that the DPRK's (the Democratic People's Republic of Korea,
North Korea's official name) capability to strike the very heart of
the US at any given time has been physically proved, the US would
find it more difficult to dare attack the DPRK," the North Korean
Foreign Ministry said in a statement shortly after the missile

"This is the only way to defend oneself and safeguard the dignity of
the nation in the present hostile world where the law of the jungle

By Joshua Berlinger CNN with  James Griffiths' contribution




- When you are tempted, just smile because you are able to overcome
- You are equal to the task at all time because God weighs  you before Satan tempts you
- Always look within in every temptation because God's already made an escape route for you
#1Cor 10:13@Focus



Punch news headlines today 27th July, 2017

Police, DSC ex-workers clash in Delta protest

Angelina Jolie: My hardest time was divorcing Pitt

ISIS defeat: Claiming victory with caution

APMT to customers, we're victims of Apapa gridlock

NIMASA urges stakeholders to maximise maritime sector

Compliance level at seaports increasing 'PTML Customs

NPA, African Circle clear refuse dump at Apapa ports

Apapa gridlock: Group recommends 24-hour traffic

CIBN canvasses policy review for economic growth

ICAN restates commitment to anti-corruption war

Budget minister, lawmakers meet on 2018-2020 MTEF

NPA seeks more information on alleged missing vessels

Oyo Fadama to spend N200m on 200 trainees

Strike: CAC workers insist on N1.29bn allowance

Why we intervened in Etisalat crisis ' NCC

MDAs owe N115bn in tax liabilities ' RMAFC

Stocks gain N719bn in two days

Indigenous oil firms default on local content payment

Fidelity Bank to boost earnings with Visa partnership

Stocks: Foreign investments rise by 59.8% in one year

FG postpones JV cash call exit to December

Publish names of 600 suspended contractors, group tells

We're still providing meters to customers 'Ikeja Electric

Banking dos and don'ts while changing jobs

Business contests for enterprise development

BEDC to restore electricity to six Ondo communities

Transfer $3.95bn oil savings to SWF, NEITI advises FG

Larry Ettah retires as UACN GMD/CEO

Group asks oil majors to replace expired pipelines

Cadbury Nigeria posts N766.4m half-year loss

Morocco to bid for 2026 World Cup 'Pinnick

Monaco aim to keep Mbappe

Djokovic out for season

Obasi dumps Chinese club, returns to Sweden

Sun, Ledecky suffer shock defeats at worlds

States shun NTTF junior championships

What France means to Nigeria

When Malala wept for Nigeria's future

Gowon and Nigerian unity

Flooding: To be Nigerian and human

Sex workers want govt to legalise prostitution

Eight bodies recovered from collapsed Lagos building

Customs seize 140 imported snakes, 660 other animals

Tension as youths kill Hausa resident in Ogun

Husband of four dies during sex romp with mistress

Grandma dumps daughter's day-old baby in bush


DEAR EXCELLENT AND AMAZING FATHER, I Thank You for quickening my body, revitalizing it and giving me all reason to come out strong; death, sickness, fear have no dominion over me(Rom6:9).

Today, I declare is my day of accomplishing my desires in God and no one can stop me; for if God be for me, who can be against me(Rom8:32).

I'm so joyous and nothing can take that from me-in Jesus' name

Wednesday, 26 July 2017



- Until you forget the past, you may never be able to run fast enough in the  present to guarantee your flight and height in the future.




      DEAR GREAT AND POWERFUL FATHER, I Thank You for making me a god in this world(Exo7:1) and for making me king/Queen and Priest on earth-the earth is for me to reign in it(Ps24:1)!

Today, I Pray that the love of God may abound more and more in all knowledge of Your will; know better what Your word is concerning my life and how to maximize it(Philip 1:9-11)

I'm in Charge!-in Jesus' name

Tuesday, 25 July 2017




- Avoid Fornication and Adultery, both in actions and in thoughts because it gives the holy ghost quit notice from your body which serves as his residence and automatically accommodates evil spirit to help fertilize your appetite for evil in your body.



CBN returns N51.9bn illegal deductions to bank customers

The Central Bank of Nigeria has said that it has recovered
over N 51 . 9 bn illegally deducted by commercial banks and
returned it to the customers
The CBN stated that the amount was illegally removed from
the accounts of bank customers across the country in the
past five years.

The Acting Director , Corporate Communications , CBN, Mr .
Isaac Okorafor , disclosed this in Port Harcourt during an
interactive session with stakeholders, including labour
union leaders, in the South-South zone .

Okoroafor stated that the recovery and return of the funds
to customers became necessary after series of complaints on
illegal deductions from their accounts by commercial bank
customers got to the apex bank .

Putting the exact amount recovered and returned by the
CBN Consumer Protection Department at N 51 , 913,350,828. 85 , he explained that $ 18 , 191,444. 19 , € 26 . 286,62 and £ 6 ,000 were also recovered within the period .

Okorafor , who was represented by an assistant director in
the apex bank , John Attah, recalled that the CBN received
10 , 548 complaints, adding that the amounts recovered were
from 5 ,746 resolved cases .

He stated , “ When such complaints are received , the CBN
will embark on a thorough investigation of what happened
and how the deductions were made. If we discover that the
bank was wrong , we will write and order the bank to
return the money to the customer ’s account .

“ We do not keep this kind of money in any special account .
Someone owns it and the banks know the accounts from
where they made the deductions . So , we mandate them to
pay it back into the accounts . ”

He , however , expressed the apex bank ’s continued
commitment to customers ’ protection , adding that the
interactive session was aimed at educating stakeholders,
particularly labour unions , on some of the financial policy
drives of the CBN.

Okorafor stated that such financial initiatives were targeted
at closing the gaps in the economy to foster development
and safety of citizens.

On the Bank Verification Number , the acting director
explained that the initiative was brought into the banking
system to solve the challenges of customer identification
based on finger prints .

“ People use different names to open different accounts for
different reasons and purposes; but with the help of the
BVN , we should be able to know who is operating what
account irrespective of the name . This has made criminals
and fraudsters , who are operating secret accounts , to
abandon their accounts in order not to be caught ,” he

The Vice President , Industrial Global Union , Mr . Issa Aremu ,
expressed gratitude to the CBN Governor, Mr. Godwin
Emefiele , for interfacing with labour unions on financial
literacy since the past three years .


Punch news headlines today 25/7/2017

NHIS crisis: Reps overstepping their bounds

Official Lagos LG election results as released by LASIEC

Militants destroy Trans-Niger pipeline, Nigeria loses

CBN sells $195m ahead of MPC decisions

Stock market hits two-year high, soars by N218bn

Nigeria agrees to 1.8mbpd oil output

TSA fund: FG serves forfeiture order on banks

Power generation falls below 3,000MW, seven plants idle

Zero oil revenue days fast approaching, says Osinbajo

CBN returns N51.9bn illegal deductions to bank

CBN, NDIC, others oppose bill on microfinance banks

Credit card payment

Before you buy that property

ACIN to tackle conflict of interest in firms

Robbed Adamawa Queens to get compensation

C' River tackles FG over abandoned equipment at port

Zenith Bank b'ball: Deepwater, Dolphins win

Ogun moves to crack down on prostitution at stadiums

Antalyaspor target Wilshire

Onanor, Ajibade win freestyle tourney

W'lifting boss makes pledge to stakeholders

West Ham sign Mexico star, Hernandez for 16m

A nation of churches, mosques, and petrol stations

Lagos floods and our (In)humanity

Nigeria's financial 'intelligence' at the crossroads

And they killed Nigerian Airways along with others

Three policemen dismissed for 'robbing' residents of

Luggage carrier remanded for dealing in cocaine

Passengers escape death as tanker rams into bus

Policemen killed my abducted husband during rescue
operation ' Widow

Inmates bomb cell as security operatives foil jailbreak

Another Yoruba actor dies

11 authors compete for $100,000 literature prize

Tade Ogidan partners High Impact on Gold Statue

Monday, 24 July 2017



- Determine to be a master in what you are into, it will land you in stardom.
- No star comes out from a man who claims to be multi talented and refuses to major in an area.




     DEAR HOLY AND UNCHANGING FATHER,I Thank You for my eyes of my understanding are enlightened to know the hope of Your calling and what is riches of Your heritance is for me(Eph1:18).

I pray that daily all men should know where they operate, who they are and what is suppose to be their attitude as believers towards situations(Eph1:20-22)!

This week is my week of triumph and dominion; I face every challenges like a victor-that's who I am! I know good news will follow me all the days of life!


Today's headlines on punch 24/7/2017

Utomi attacks Uduaghan, says ex-gov left sad legacy

Why Nigeria should crack down on fake goods

Anambra: Ngige heads APC panel on consensus

Buhari, APC are authors of hate speeches ' PDP

We'll use Oni, APC to set another record in 2018 ' Fayose

We won't leave PDP, says Sheriff's group in Ekiti

Some retired level 12 civil servants earn N2,000 pension
monthly ' Adodo

Why CBN can't cut interest rate now ' Emefiele

Debt servicing gulped N7.88tn in five years ' DMO

Cash crunch hits banks as CBN mops up naira

Britain to invest in Nigeria's oil pipelines, others

Online forex: Financial empowerment in recession

Creating banking habits that support financial security

CBN sells TBs above inflation to attract FX flows

Spread insurance with new brand, Anyaoku advises IBN

Ghana, Gambia, others to use Nigeria's AIB laboratory

Wapic targets financial goals with new product

Stop managing land, LASBCA urges property developers

CIIN seeks enforcement of compulsory insurance

Construction industry struggling to survive ' Experts

FG trains surveyors in boundary management

Improving your banking habits

Signage, markings non-existent on Nigerian highways '

NIEEE, Cutix fight substandard cables' distribution

Don't fight Fury, Holyfield warns Joshua

We will soon sign Iheanacho ' Leicester

Niger to complete handball complex

C'River seeks help for festival

The courts and internal democracy in Nigerian political
parties (3)

Revisiting the state police debate

So, who is afraid of a stronger naira

MTEF 2018-2020: Time for a new beginning
Politics of healthcare

Leading for long-term business sustainability

Don't look down on people

The lawyer-client relationship

Fire guts Masaka market, traders count losses

Hoodlum shoots police inspector in Owerri

Day-old baby abandoned inside carton in Makurdi

Lagos APC member electrocuted in flooding

Obaseki orders arrest of teachers over exam malpractices

Ogun sets up committee to stop teenage prostitution

Minna liquor board shuts down drinking joint

Man accused of defiling 13-year-old daughter

Ex-convicts arrested in Bauchi for theft, murder

Law school expels UI graduate after protesting seat

11 burnt to death as passenger bus collides with tanker

Flood sacks Rivers community

Court removes monarch in Ondo community

Friday, 14 July 2017


    DEAR OMNIPOTENT AND OMNISCIENT FATHER, I Thank You for revealing the truth about myself all through this week and making me to walk in them-my understanding is enlightened, i walk not in fear or doubt(Hosea4:6-7,2Pet2:9).

This weekend, is my time to walk in grace and power, for i know that I'm moving from one level to another(Ps1:1-5)!

This weekend is my weekend of peace on all sides! Amen...HAPPY WEEKEND OF REST OF HEART AND MIND!

Thursday, 13 July 2017


    DEAR COMFORTING AND LIFE-GIVING FATHER, I Thank You for the inner-strength infused in me by the Holy Spirit and for making me to do things beyond my ability-the ability of God at work in me(1Cor3:5).

Today, i go around announcing Christ; my world is turned for the kingdom(Act1:8).

Consciously, my day is a blessed day; I'm at the right place at the right time, doing the right time!

I'm Holy Spirit led! Amen

Friday, 7 July 2017


   DEAR LIFE-GIVING AND STRENGTHENING FATHER, I Thank You for making me to know by Your word that out of my belly flows rivers of living water(Jh7:38) and for placing me where nothing can touch me by Your Spirit and love(Ps110:1).

This weekend I yield completely to the leading of the Holy Spirit and I let the Power of the Spirit in me be manifested!

This is my weekend of living the transcendent life-I'm Superb!


Monday, 3 July 2017


   DEAR GLORIOUS AND BEAUTIFUL FATHER, I Thank You for teaching me daily where my focus/affections should be (Col3:2) and for exposing to me how much You want me to walk in love this season and always(1Cor14:1).

This week, in the name of Jesus, lead me and guide me; no weapon formed against me and all that You have given me shall Prosper(Ps31:3)!

I declare that this is my week of Divine Open doors! I'm refreshed!


Saturday, 1 July 2017

Wishing you a splendid month of July

Happy new month wishes from me!!!
May this month bring smiles to your face and loads of achievement.
May this month be a good news bearer for you, may all your problems be solved.

Get ready to gather all the treasure of blessings, but be sure to help
others by giving them smiles and happiness, So everyone can enjoy the celebration ahead,

Wish You a Nice Month Ahead.