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Month: December 2013

THIS ONE IS LIFE-SAVING.

THIS ONE IS LIFE-SAVING.

I had something in mind. It was not very clear to me yet. It went on for a few days. It was like a burden in my heart until I let it out. My mind always reminded me constantly that I had to think out something very important I wanted to share with my lovely readers. You might not really grasp this “whole drama”- as you may term it. But, I tell you, it often happens to writers. At last,…

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A Wonderful Outing it Was Indeed!

A Wonderful Outing it Was Indeed!

You guys remember my post about the Abuja bloggers party that  held on Saturday the 8th of December, 2013. Yea sure, I know you do. Sorry, if you actually missed that post, follow this link to get the gist: http://www.onuohaprecious.com/2013/12/08/its-gonna-be-funentertaininginteractive/ Truthfully, it was fun, inspiring, interactive and quite educating. It’s worthwhile to be a blogger. If you weren’t there, you really missed! Never mind…I ate your portion of the sumptuous well-prepared delicacies (lol)! I met new friends- intelligent and creative…

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A Must-Read!

A Must-Read!

THE   WOMAN’S   PLACE. At my less-busy and most-relaxed moods, I find my mind wandering about life ordeals and opportunities, good or bad, which present themselves. Sometimes, we find ourselves in tight corners, while at other times, we enjoy the favourable conditions we find ourselves in, whether caused directly by us, our environment, beliefs, prevailing authorities or associates. But, we can spring up to our feet and shape our lives, make the best out of it and get our desired expectations,…

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It’s Good to Be An Artiste, but Better as a Bayelsan Artiste.

It’s Good to Be An Artiste, but Better as a Bayelsan Artiste.

The long-awaited 1st ever International Bayelsa Jazz Festival held yesterday Saturday, December 07, 2013 at the state capital, Yenagoa. The event was gracefully honoured by the State governor, Gov. Henry Seriake Dickson and his amiable wife; the Minister of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation, Min. Edem Duke; Artistes Timaya (Enetimi Alfred Odom) and Timi Dakolo. Hugh Masekela, and Somi, the Rwandan-born America-based jazz music superstar who signed a performance contract with the agency, were also in attendance. The Most Beautiful…

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The Voice of The New Era Emerges!

The Voice of The New Era Emerges!

Finally, here is the much anticipated brand new single from Npixzy the voice of the new era in gospel music titled I BELIEVE. He may not be a bold face but he has got vibes that your favourite gospel singers listen to. Indeed, you can kick off the celebration with this new great gospel tune and i do recommend that you keep it on repeat as you enjoy when you hit the play button. Click here to download the track:…

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It’s gonna be fun,entertaining,interactive & networking!!! Don’t miss out!!!

It’s gonna be fun,entertaining,interactive & networking!!! Don’t miss out!!!

It’s the First Ever Abuja Bloggers Networking Party! It is time for Abuja bloggers to dine, party, chat, play indoor games, swim and network. It is not always about work, blogging, seriousness, but finding time even amidst our busy schedules to make merry and socialize. Do you want to learn blogging? You are as well cordially invited. Event Date: Today, Sunday Dec 08, 2013. Event Venue: Lamonde Hotel, Area 11, Garki, Abuja. Event Time: 4-6pm. Call: 07089893159/08038994417 for more details….

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Forbes Africa Person of the Year Named!

Forbes Africa Person of the Year Named!

Among the top 5 finalists nominated for this year 2013 prestigious Forbes award were: The richest African man, Aliko Dangote (Founder and President of Dangote Group), Patrice Motsepe (Founder and Executive Chairman of African Rainbow Minerals), Strive Masiyiwa (founder of global telecoms group, Econet Wireless), Jim Ovia (founder of Zenith Bank Group) and Akinwumi Adesina (Nigeria’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development). Notably, Adesina’s applaudable initiatives in the Nigerian agricultural sector have seen the empowerment of about 6 million farmers…

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The 1st democratically-elected South African President passes on at age 95!

The 1st democratically-elected South African President passes on at age 95!

A great man is no more! Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the first black South African to hold the office, and the first elected in a fully representative, multiracial election. His government focused on dismantling the legacy of apartheid through tackling institutionalised racism, poverty and inequality, and fostering racial reconciliation. Internationally, Mandela was the…

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FUTOITES To Return To School After 5 months at home.

FUTOITES To Return To School After 5 months at home.

                              PROF. CYRIL CHIGOZIE ASIABAKA (VC FUTO) The Senate of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri at its 375th Extraordinary meeting held today Monday, December 2, 2013 considered the directive of the Federal Government on resumption of duty by Academic Staff in Federal Universities and decided that academic activities in the University should resume immediately for the conclusion of the 2012/2013 Rain Semester. Consequently, all students of the University are required to return to campus between Monday December 2, and Sunday…

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YES, YOU CAN!

YES, YOU CAN!

It’s as simple as ABC… Some people eat out, sometimes because they simply enjoy nice and sumptuous delicacies in restaurants, thinking that they can’t make and have it on their dining. I tell you it’s quite easy even for people whose hobby isn’t cooking. Learn the healthy steps and secrets behind these dishes and lots more by simply “CLICKING” the pics.

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