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Friday, 26 May 2017

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Thursday, 25 May 2017

How To Get Free 200MB Data On Your Etisalat Line.

Hello friends, Etisalat is currently giving out free 200MB worth of data to his customers. If you are an Android or iOS user, then be ready to enjoy your own free 200MB data.

Etisalat is not just giving out the data just like that, you have to install and register on MyEtisalat mobile app. After you must have installed the app, register and activated your account, you will be rewarded with your free 200MB data.

This is not a cheat, it is an official promo from Etisalat and a trick Etisalat is using to get you to install the app. According to the reviews by subscribers on Etisalat's official Facebook page, users has confirmed that they received their data after activating their account on MyEtisalat mobile app.

Kindly note that if you install and register on the app on weekend days, i.e Saturday and Sunday, you won't receive the data until the next working day. 


>> Download MyEtisalat Mobile App for Android Here or download it Here for iOS.

>> After that, install the app

>> Register on the app using your etisalat line, then you would receive your reward data from Etisalat.

The reward data is valid for 24hours upon successful registration. In addition, all new and old subscribers are eligible for this offer.

Have you received your free 200MB data from Etisalat?


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Message For Bloggers In The Wold

Although I am not a pro-blogger I want to share few things which I have learnt from my blogging journey.
Don't blog just because you want to earn money from it, blog for your passion and make it your habit.
In blogging field your personality,country, name, height, weight and any other bull**** things don't matter only your WRITING SKILLS do matter like how you write something and how you explain something to your visitors.
Here I remember a quote "In this world writing is the only most destructive weapon than any other weapons".
When you are blogging, concentrate on only one topic/niche do not write or post whatever comes in your mind but if you are running a multi-author blog then it is not an issue but always remember that your blog name must be related with your blog content.
Finally enjoy whatever you do that's it.
Final Words
Hope this was not too long and thank you for your interest and visiting this page, I really appreciate it.
Your thoughts and suggestions are always welcome.
Have a nice day and Happy Blogging
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‘Over 400 Lagos challenged children get lifeline abroad’

Babies at a Lagos home. PHOTO: FAB.NG

Wilfred Ndidi is the Nigerian revelation and one Leicester City’s shiny stars after a dream 17 millions pound move to the English premiership side from Belgium in January.

Born in Lagos State on December 16, 1996 to a soldier and taking to football from the streets of Lagos, Ndidi’s quick adaptation to European life and football was largely aided by a Belgian couple, Theo van Vlierden and his wife, Marleen, who adopted the emerging star on his arrival at Genk in 2015.

He ended the season being voted as Leicester City’s Young Player of the Year and is today an inspiration to many Nigerians, including Kemi Adebayo, a physically challenged footballer, picked up from the streets as a destitute child by the Lagos State Ministry of Youth and Social Development, but today living her dreams in Europe with her adopted parents.

Adebayo is one of the over 400 children abroad across Europe, Asia, and America that have been given out to foreigners and Nigerians in diaspora by the ministry, which has handled a total of 1,237 applications in the last one year for adoption and fostering, out of which 1,145 were for local adoption.

The Commissioner for Youth and Social Development, Pharm. (Mrs.) Uzamat Akinbile-Yussuf, who disclosed this in an interview with The Guardian, said the state government was burdened by the dilemma of abandoned babies and abused children being rescued, the reason why it decided to partner with inter-country adoption stakeholders such as Spanish Consular General, Future and Child Agency in the Netherlands and Office of Children Issues in the U.S. Department of State to improve on its child welfare and development mandate.

According to her, 237 abandoned babies were rescued from the streets of Lagos in the last one year. This comprises 106 male and 131 female. This is higher than the corresponding figure of 149 children that were rescued in 2015, while between January 2017 till April 30, 53 children have so far been rescued.

“Though we provide adequate care and protection to vulnerable children, abandoned, homeless, and abused children in our care or those whose rights and privileges as stipulated by the Child’s Rights Law (2007) had been trampled upon, I didn’t see the need for keeping a large chunk of abandoned children under our care, because I believe they also need the family setting to develop.

“So, we opened up the adoption process and somewhat reduced the incidence of child trafficking. The process in Lagos is clean and clear. Many couples have become parents through this process. Before I came on board, government had stopped the adoption policy but when I assumed office, as a mother who knows what couples face when looking for babies, I was able to reform the policy and today, more than 200 babies have been adopted, apart from children and grown-ups.

“The reason why we extended the policy to international partners was because many people who come forward to adopt babies don’t like taking challenged children. I was able to encourage Nigerians in diaspora and foreigners to adopt some of our challenged children because of the good medical facilities abroad.

“We visit them to see how they are faring. Last year, we visited four countries to see our children and they are all doing fine. Over there, there don’t worry about their ailment because there are medical and educational opportunities for every condition.

“We let them realize that wherever they are in the world, they are still Nigerians, and proudly Lagosians. The other time, I met with Kemi Adebayo. She is so excited about her new life that she is very happy to return to Nigeria to give back to this country as a footballer.

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Add Pop Up Email Subscribe Box With jQuey To Blogger

You may watch many sites that are having a email subscribe window which appears when any new visitor enters to the website.Here I have created another jQuery popup for stylish email box which is extracted from studiopress and I have used a jQuery colorbox to add a cool pop up to it.This pop up will appear once in a seven days to that specific visitor so that it will not irritate your readers daily.It will help you to increase the number of your RSS subscribers.Here I am providing a demo of this gadget just click on the button below to see the demo.

How To Add This Pop Up To Blogger?

As always I have kept the installation extremely easy,you just have to copy and paste the code after replacing my feedburner username with yours.

Go to Blogger Dashboard > Design > LayoutNow click on Add a Gagdget > HTML/JavascriptNow copy below code and paste it.

<link rel="stylesheet" href="" /> <style> /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ /*Email Subscribe Box Popup By Helper Blogger /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ #subscribe { font: 12px/1.2 Arial,Helvetica,san-serif; color: #666; height: 355px; } #subscribe a, #subscribe a:hover, #subscribe a:visited { text-decoration: none; } .box-title { color: #F66303; font-size: 20px !important; font-weight: bold; margin: 10px 0; border: 1px solid #ddd; -moz-border-radius: 6px; -webkit-border-radius: 6px; border-radius: 6px; box-shadow: 5px 5px 5px #CCCCCC; padding: 10px; line-height: 25px; font-family: arial !important; } .box-tagline { color: #999; margin: 0; text-align: center; } #subs-container { padding: 35px 0 30px 0; position: relative; } a:link, a:visited { border: none; } .demo { display: none; } </style> <script src=''></script> <script src=""></script> <script type="text/javascript"> jQuery(document).ready(function(){ if (document.cookie.indexOf('visited=true') == -1) { var fifteenDays = 1000*60*60*24*7; var expires = new Date((new Date()).valueOf() + fifteenDays); document.cookie = "visited=true;expires=" + expires.toUTCString(); $.colorbox({width:"390px", inline:true, href:"#subscribe"}); } }); </script> <!-- This contains the hidden content for inline calls --> <div style='display:none'> <div id='subscribe' style='padding:10px; background:#fff;'> <style> .home-featured-right { background: url( #d05353; border: 5px solid #fff; font-size: 16px; margin: 0px; width: 320px; font-family: calibri; } .home-featured-right, .home-featured-right p, .home-featured-right h4.widgettitle { color: #fff; text-shadow: #a64242 -1px -1px; text-align: center; } .home-featured-right p { font-size: 16px; margin-bottom: 20px; } .home-featured-right .widget { margin: 35px; } .home-featured-right h4.widgettitle { font-size: 26px; margin-bottom: 20px; } .home-featured-right input[type=text] { -moz-box-shadow: inset 0 1px 2px 1px #eee; -webkit-box-shadow: inset 0 1px 2px 1px #eee; background: #fff url( no-repeat 16px 15px; border-bottom: none; border-left: 1px solid #963c3c; border-right: none; border-top: 1px solid #963c3c; box-shadow: inset 0 1px 1px 1px #eee; color: #000; font-family: Verdana, Arial, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; padding: 14px 15px 14px 45px; width: 180px; } #home-featured .home-featured-right input[type=submit] { background: url( no-repeat !important; border: none; font-size: 0; height: 28px; margin: 0 0 0 15px; line-height: 0; text-indent: -9999px; width: 26px; } #email-news-subscribe .email-box { padding: 5px 10px; font-family: "Arial","Helvetica",sans-serif; border-top: 0; border-image: initial; height: 35px; margin-left: -20; } #email-news-subscribe .email-box { background: #FFFFFF; border: 1px solid #dedede; color: #999; padding: 7px 10px 8px 10px; -moz-border-radius: 3px; -webkit-border-radius: 3px; -o-border-radius: 3px; -ms-border-radius: 3px; -khtml-border-radius: 3px; border-radius: 3px; border-image: initial; font-family: "Arial","Helvetica",sans-serif; } #email-news-subscribe .email-box { color: #333 } #email-news-subscribe .email-box input.subscribe { background: -moz-linear-gradient(center top,#FFCA00 0,#FF9B00 100%); background: -webkit-gradient(linear,left top,left bottom,color-stop(0,#FFCA00),color-stop(1,#FF9B00)); background: -moz-linear-gradient(center top,#FFCA00 0,#FF9B00 100%); -pie-background: linear-gradient(270deg,#ffca00,#ff9b00); font-family: "Arial","Helvetica",sans-serif; border-radius: 3px; -moz-border-radius: 3px; -webkit-border-radius: 3px; border: 1px solid #cc7c00; color: white; text-shadow: #d08d00 1px 1px 0; padding: 7px 14px; margin-left: 3px; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12px; cursor: pointer; border-image: initial; } #email-news-subscribe .email-box input.subscribe:hover { background: #ff9b00; background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(top,#ffda4d,#ff9b00); background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear,left top,left bottom,from(#ffda4d),to(#ff9b00)); filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient(startColorStr=#ffffff,endColorStr=#ebebeb); outline: 0; -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 3px #999; -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 3px #999; box-shadow: 0 0 3px #999 background:-webkit-gradient(linear,left top,left bottom,color-stop(0,#ffda4d),color-stop(1,#ff9b00)); background: -moz-linear-gradient(center top,#ffda4d 0,#ff9b00 100%); -pie-background: linear-gradient(270deg,#ffda4d,#ff9b00); border-radius: 3px; -moz-border-radius: 3px; -webkit-border-radius: 3px; border: 1px solid #cc7c00; color: #FFFFFF; text-shadow: #d08d00 1px 1px 0 } </style> <div class="home-featured-right"> <div id="enews-2" class="widget enews-widget"> <div class="widget-wrap"> <div class="enews"> <h4 class="widgettitle">Sign Up for Free Email Updates</h4> <p>Get our latest updates direct in your inbox.Just enter your wail address below....</p> <p>Your privacy and email address are safe with us!</p> <div id="email-news-subscribe"> <!-- Email Subscribe --> <div class="email-box"> <form action="" method="post" target="popupwindow" onsubmit="window.openundefined'', 'popupwindow', 'scrollbars=yes,width=550,height=520');return true"> <input class="email" type="text" style="width: 150px; font-size: 12px;" id="email" name="email" value="Enter Your Email here.." onfocus="if(this.value==this.defaultValue)this.value=&#39;&#39;;" onblur="if(this.value==&#39;&#39;)this.value=this.defaultValue;" /> <input type="hidden" value="hblogger" name="uri" /> <input type="hidden" name="loc" value="en_US" /> <input class="subscribe" name="commit" type="submit" value="Subscribe" /> </form> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <!-- end .home-featured-right --> <div style="background: #fff;padding: 1px 8px 1px 3px;text-align: right;border-image: initial;font-size:10px;font-family: "arial","helvetica",sans-serif;"> <!-- Don't remove the credit links,If you removed credits then your gagdet will not work --><span class="author-credit" style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;"><a href="" target="_blank" >Blogger Widgets »</a></span></div></div> </div> </div> </div>

Replace hblogger with your feedburner username.

Now save your gadget and you are done.


I have set the cookie refresh time to seven days that means this pop up will appear only once to that specific visitor.You can easily change this value by changing the value 7.But if you set the value to low then it can irritate your daily readers.So that I recommend you to set the value between 3 to 7.

Your comments and queries are always welcomed.Also don't forgot to add a link back to this article while sharing this gadget with your readers.I hope you all will support me. Abdulrahman

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BREAKING: Nationwide Tears As UK Officer Announces Buhari’s Death In London, Lawmaker Tenders Evidence

A former United Kingdom Parliamentarian and Retired Military officer, Eric Joyce, has announced the death of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The ex-Lawmaker reiterated the President’s death in a new article published on his website,, where he said if the President is not dead as he had earlier alarmed, he should be proved wrong by the President or his Doctors.

Eric Joyce, had in a series of tweets alleged that Buhari had died in London, on the 19th May, 2017.

Joyce in the series of tweets, disclosed that it was very sad to hear the news of the death of Buhari, who he campaigned and supported during the 2015 elections in Nigeria.

“Very sad to learn hear of the death of President Buhari, whom I campaigned for.

“Thoughts with his wife @aishambuhari and family. #buhari”, he tweeted.

“I wrote this yesterday about President Buhari of Nigeria. There’s been a lot of interest in the blog in Nigeria. I’ll answer a few of the key points raised, here.”

“First, if you’re a president then it’s up to you to show people you’re alive and well – it’s not up to your people to prove the opposite. Every politician in the world knows this. A statement from a PR guy doesn’t cut it. Angry ripostes from supporters don’t cut it. Only your personal appearance cuts it.”

“Second, if your’e a president and you’re not well, then a doctor needs to come out of the hospital and explain to your nation what’s up. This let’s everyone, including your people and the markets, know if your alive at all, alive enough to recover or have just sprained an ankle.

“Unless these things apply, then there will be shenanigans. For example, a dead person will be kept hooked up to a machine and advisers, politicians, traders, all the people ‘in the know’ will be jockeying for position and none of the regular people of the country will know anything about it. Nigerians have done themselves proud on the democratic front in the last few years; this is no time to start accepting bullshit again.”

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017


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•Promotes Weight loss.
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•Smoothens skin.

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•Lower cholesterol.
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•Lower cholesterol.
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•Boost memory.
•Protect against cardiovascular diseases.

•Quenches thirst.
•Combats cancer.
•Conquers kidney stones.

•Protects prostate.
•Promotes weight loss.
•Lowers cholesterol.
•Helps stop strokes.
•Controls blood pressure.
•Fights dehydration.

•Protects your heart.
•Prevent constipation.
•Prevents diarrhea.
•Improves lung capacity.
•Cushions joints.

•Battle diabetes.
•Lower cholesterol.
•Helps stop strokes.
•Control blood pressure.
•Smoothen skin.


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Tuesday, 23 May 2017


FIRST REMINDER. Friday 23rd day of Sha'abaan. FRIDAY SUNNAH. BismilLahir Rahmaanir Raheem.

Allaah has commanded us in the Qur’an to remind each other on matters of the religion as reminders benefit believers. It is recommended that every Muslim take a ghusul(pure Islamic bath) before going to the Masjid on every Friday. If you are working and can go to masjid from work, you can take your ghusul in the morning before leaving the house then you can just perform wuduu when it's time for jumuat.

First,  just make up your mind that you are going to take your ghusul for jumuat that’s all and say BismilLah. You can first take your normal bath to clean any dirt or first wash ur private parts then make wuduu like the wuduu done for prayer, then pour water from your head to wash your right side, then the left side. Make sure your entire body is washed properly including your notes and mouth then recite the dua we recite after wuduu.

Remember to recite Suuratul Kahf(Quran 18), send more salutations to the Prophet(Allahummah Sally Alaa Muhammad to the end), use perfume whiles going to masjid(only men), clean your teeth with miswak, walk to masjid if possible. Seek more forgiveness by saying AstaqfirulLah after zikir of SUBHAANALLAH. WALHAMDULILLAH. WALAAILAAHA ILLALLAH ALLAHU ALLAHU AKBAR.

When living home recite (BISMILLAH LAAHAWLA WALAA KUWATA ILLAA BILLAH, HASBUNALLAH WANI IMAL WAKEEL). Whilst in masjid please ensure you are quite and attentively listen to the khutbah even if you don't understand. One more very important point: guess what and tell me if you can remember what you need to do for me 😃.

May Allah accept our prayers and forgive us our mistakes. Aameen

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A Challenge For Everyone

  There was a lady who a lighted from a vehicle and unknowingly dropped her important documents. A shabbily and dirty dressed boy saw what happened and rushed at the spot to pick the purse. Listen​ to the conversation

*Boy:* Sorry siz can you give me an ear?

*Lady:* Leave me alone you vagrant dirty

*Boy:* Please sister just give me an ear. I know am dirty but kindly listen to me.

*Lady:* If you know you are dirty, what do you want? I have nothing to do with you.

*Boy:* I just want to pass an important message to you and leave.

*Lady*: You are not the type to pass messages to me, you filthy brat.

*Boy:* Just a second Miss, wait! Look am pleading with you!

*Lady:* He wants to rob me. Help! Help! She shouted.

*Boy:* I am not trying to rob you. I want to help.
A nearby mob began to beat up the boy.

*Boy*: I am sorry, I only wanted to assist her. The boy shouted.

*Mob*: You are a thief, who said you can assist this beautiful lady? Then they continued with beating the boy.

*Lady:* Beat him up. He wanted to still from me. Kill him. They always harass us around here.

*Boy*: If you knew, you wouldn't​ have beaten me. Can I tell you the truth?

*Mob:* Talk or else we will kill you.

_My sister when you were alighting from the vehicle, you dropped your purse. I rushed and picked it. I have been pleading with you to give a hearing so that I give it back to you *but you didn't​ .Here is your purse take it.*_

The mob then left the boy bleeding, injured,
weak and helpless .

*Lady*: Ooh my God! I am sorry. I didn't​ know.
The boy woke up and started slowly walking away in pain.

*Lady:*  Brother don' t walk away.

*Boy:* *_You said am not your type. Am filthy, vagrant, a thief and brat. You called me all names._*

*Lady*: Woooi! Please wait , I want to thank you.

*Boy*: There is nothing you can do for me now. *If I die as a result of the injuries sustained from the beatings, my blood will haunt you the rest of your life.*

The lady opened her purse and found everything. That is bank *ATMs, money and phone.Nothing was missing*.

_After a week the lady went to church ready to *give a testimony* and accompanying thanks offering for what God did to her._ On arrival she was surprised to find a tent, *a coffin and a funeral procession. People were in groups talking in low voices.*
_She gathered courage and inquired of whose funeral it was. She was informed it was the body of a young boy who was a member of the church. He had gone missing for a while. He was beaten to death by a mob . His parents had been searching for him without success. *He died because of accusations from a young lady who is of your age*._
The lady then *remembered* the last words of the boy. If I die... *my death will haunt you*. She wept bitterly but the boy was no more.

How many people have you killed *physically,*   *emotionally*, *psychologically* and   *spiritually?*

_How many people have you looked down upon?_

_How many people have you despised because of their social status?_


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(1) *1960-1966:*
Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa- no public funds stolen.

(2) *1966*
Major Gen. Aguyi Ironsi- no public funds stolen.

(3) *1966-1975:*
Gen. Yakubu Gowon- little stealing of public funds began gradually.

(4) *1975-1976:*
Gen. Murtala Muhammad- zero tolerance for corruption and indiscipline.

(5) *1976-1979:*
Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo- Military heads started owning huge property, oil blocs running into millions of dollars.

(6) *1979-1983:*
Alhaji Shehu Shagari- looting galore by ministers party functionaries and other government big wigs.

(7) *1984-1985:*
Major Gen. muhammadu Buhari- zero tolerance for corruption and indiscipline.
Some corrupt politicians bagged 200 years jail terms.

(8) *1985-1993:*
Gen Ibrahim Babangida- freed all jailed politicians; liberalized the architecture.
In one fell swoop about $12b varnished.

(9) *1993-1998:*
Gen. sani Abacha- over $25b looted in four turbulent years.

(10) *1998- 1999:*
Gen. Abdulsalam Abubakar- about $2b looted in 11 months.

(11) *1999- 2007:*
Chief Olusegun Obasanjo- His bank account said to have grown from #20,000 after leaving prison to multi-billion dollars with choice properties across major cities. $16b allegedly meant for electric power projects vanished. Another # 300b ($2b) for roads disappeared.

(12) *2007-2010:*
Alhaji Umar Yar'Adua- reserved and sick. Looted funds have not been traced to his regime.

(13) *2011-2015:*
Dr. Goodluck Ebelle Jonathan- in 2011 elections about N2.6tr disappeared.

Over $31b stolen in 2yrs.

Another $2.6b was stolen in 2015 elections.

More relevations on stolen public funds during his tenure are still emerging.

Source: The Sunday sun May 15, 2016. Page 22.0.). Amina Dabo.

(14) *2015 - date.* PMB. Integrity, Zero tolerance for corruption, recovery of looted funds....

It is well with Nigeria.

Please give It wide publicity till it get to them directly  or indirectly

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