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Saturday, 6 January 2018

Download IN JUSTICE2 Android Apk Game With OBB File

Experience Action-Packed Fighting with Customizable DC Super Heroes & Villains.

Who’s in your Justice League? Join your favorite DC Super Heroes & Villains in the best fighting game on mobile. Assemble a team of heroes like Batman, Flash & Wonder Woman to combat the forces against you. Master new combos and crush opponents in dynamic 3-on-3 battles. Upgrade your Super Heroes with special powers as you fight your way through the game. Become a champion by collecting gear for your characters and dominating your foes in PvP contests. Every battle will define you - join the fight and become the ultimate DC champion!


- Unleash epic combos on your opponents using Superman’s heat vision, The Flash’s lightning kick, Harley Quinn’s cupcake bomb and much more
- Take your battles to the next level - inflict massive damage using your favorite DC characters’ super moves
- Earn rewards from each fight to customize your Super Heroes with powerful gear, and collect special characters like Armored Superman, Arkham Knight Batman and much more.


- Injustice 2 continues the story set in motion in by the hit game Injustice: Gods Among Us
- Immerse yourself in cinematics straight from the console - with the Justice League shattered it is up to you to pick-up the story and unite a team
- Experience the best graphics on mobile – play with Superman, The Flash and many more in high definition combat
- Become the champion the world needs - enter a contest of Super Heroes where only the powerful win.


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- Unite the likes of Flash, Supergirl, Batman and more to fight in epic PvP combat

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9mobile To Be Sold On January 16, 2018

Few days ago,an insider discoverd the reason why Glo is diverse to buy 9mobile which is to make Globacom become the number one largest network in Nigeria after mixture of subscribers of services as APC did.
Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) stated that no move in the date fixed and approved for the sale of 9mobile.
The NCC Executive Commissioner and Stakeholder Management, insisted that the transactions and hand over of 9mobile to the new owner must be finally concluded on the 16th of January, 2018.
Meanwhile, 9mobile was to be sold on December 31, 2017 but they wrote to Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the NCC, asking for drawing out of date from December 31st, 2017 to January 16th, 2018.
What’s are you going to say about this?
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Friday, 5 January 2018

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  Jumia is one of the biggest e-commerce online website store In Africa Continent which its history can be dated back to 2012 when is was established in Some African countries namely Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Egypt, Angola, Cameroon, Morocco etc.

  Jumia since when originated And Established has been soaring high and improving just like when you try hard to improve your sales, you get better, good and pleasant results. On Jumia Black Friday 2016 a sales of 295,000 Two hundred and Ninety Five thousand Sales were recorded amounting to a huge sum of #7million. The company was founded by Jeremy Hodara and Sacha Poignonnec as in 2013. Its headquarters are currently in the Yaba area of Lagos, Nigeria. The company launched it application for both Andriod, Ios, Blackberry in 2014, also it company was launched in uganda in 2014. in 2015 jumia expanded its operations to Saudi Arabia, algeria, sri lanka e.t.c Which total numbers of country is 35. As of 2016, Jumia had 126 operations across 23 African countries. As of 2017, there are 126 websites in activity across 23 African countries


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Thursday, 4 January 2018

Can you promise your self to send it to your loved one's if you find the below message beneficial to them

*Rasulullah  Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam* said
"It Is Better for A Man That A Steel Nail Be Driven Through The Centre Of His Head Rather Than If He Touches The Palm Of A Strange Woman."

*Rasulullah  Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam* said
"I Only Curse 3 Types Of People:

*1.* Those People Who Do Not Look After Their Parents When They Are In Old Age

*2.* Those People Who Do Not Take Full Advantage Of The Blessed Month Of Ramadan

*3.* Those People Who Do Not Say,
*"Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam'* When My Name Is Mentioned."

*Rasulullah  Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam* said
"A Woman Who Reveals Her Body,Wears Tight Fitting Clothes And Flirts With Men Other Than Her Husband Wont Even Have Access To The Fragrance Of *Jannah* (Heaven)."

*Rasulullah Sallallaahu Alaihi-Wasallam*   said
"An Intelligent Person Is 1 Who Is Constantly Thinking About And Preparing For Death."

*Funny* _How We Believe  What The Newspapers Say... But Question what the_ *Quran* _says._

*Funny* How Someone Can Say 'I Believe In *Allah'* But Still Follow Shaytaan (Who,By The Way,Also 'Believes' In *Allah*).

*Funny* How You Can Send 'Jokes' Through Mail And They Spread Like Wildfire But When You Start Sending Messages Regarding *Allah,* People Think Twice About Sharing.

*Funny* How The Lewd,Crude,Vulgar And Obscene Pass Freely Through Cyberspace ... But The Public Discussion Of *Allah* Is Supressed In The School And Workplace.

*Funny* How When You Go To Forward This Message You Will Not Send It To Many Because You Are Not Sure What They Believe, Or What They Will Think Of You For Sending It To Them.

*Funny* How I Can Be More Worried About What Other People Think Of Me Than What *Allah* Thinks Of Me

  *Suratul Faatiha* protects one from the anger of *Allah.*

  *Surah Yaseen* protects one from the thirst of the Day of Judgment

*Suratul Waaqi'ah* protects one from poverty and starvation.

*Surah Mulk* protects one from the punishment of the grave.

*Suratul Kauthar* protects one from the enmity of the enemy.

*Suratul Kaafiroon* protects one from kufr at the time of death.

*Suratul Ikhlaas* protects one from hypocrisy

*Suratul Falaq* protects one from calamities.

*Suratul Naas* protects one from evil thoughts.

Do not send later. Send it now.
May Allah grant success to every one who reads it and sends it. *Ameen*

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Wednesday, 3 January 2018


5 things are bonus to us by Allah, if only we can practice them.

1.Do you know that Prayers are never turned down when done immediately after adzan before iqamah? Ask Allah all ur needs during this time, for, prayers are automatically accepted!

2. Do you know where our sins are kept while in prayer? Sins are kept on our necks and shoulders and when we bow down to make the ruku' and Sujuds, they fall like how leaves fall down from trees. So stay long while in ruku' and sujud!

3. Have you heard that a woman died and when her relatives visited her grave they felt an awesome fragrance coming out of her grave? They asked her husband and he said she recited Suratul Mulk every
night while she was alive!

4. Do you know that if u recite Ayatul Kursiyyu after every congregational prayer that there will be nothing that prevents u from jannah except death?

5. Do you know that angels ask Allah to forgive us whenever we finish prayer? So please stay long after prayers, don't leave immediately! May Allah make this as Sadakatul-Jariya for me and may Allah accept my prayers in Tawassul with this act.

May Allah also do the same to whom so ever forward this and benefit others as much as the
numbers he forward...


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Al-Abbas (R.A.), the uncle of the Prophet (ﷺ), came to the Prophet (ﷺ) and said:

“Ya Rasulullah, teach me a du'a.”

The Prophet ( ﷺ) said:
“O my uncle, say:

Allahumma inni asaluka al-afiyah
(O Allah, I ask you for afiyah).”

Now what is Afiyah?
Afiyah means -

“to save me from any afflictions.
To be healthy, you are in afiyah.
To have enough money, you are in afiyah.
To live, you are in afiyah.
To have your children protected,
you are in afiyah.
And if you are forgiven and not punished, you are in afiyah."

So basically Afiyah means:
“O Allah, protect me from any pain and suffering.”
This includes both dunya and akhirah.

Al-Abbas (R.A.) thought about this for a while, and then he came back after a few days and said (paraphrased):

“Ya Rasulullah, this du'a seems a little short. I want something big.”

The Prophet (ﷺ) said:
“My dear uncle, ask Allah for Afiyah for Wallahi, you cannot be given anything better than afiyah.”

It is a simple du'a.
Sincerely mean what you say while praying.

“O Allah, I ask You to be saved from any distress,
harm, &
Don't test me, etc.”

All of this is included in
“Allahumma inni asaluka al-afiyah”
(Riyadh As Saliheen, Sunan At-Tirmidhi)

Make sure to share this to others and tell your friends:

Prophet Muhammed (ﷺ) said :
“Convey from me, even if it is one verse.”

Prophet Muhammed ( ﷺ) also said :

"Whoever starts a good thing and is followed by others, will have his own reward and a reward equal to that of those who follow him, without it detracting from their reward in any way.

So Do Share This Knowledge With Your Family And Friends...

May Allah Bless And Forgive All Of Us...


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Monday, 1 January 2018


I join my fellow citizens this morning to welcome and celebrate the New Year 2018. This year promises to be pivotal in our quest for CHANGE.

Unfortunately, I am saddened to acknowledge that for many this Christmas and New Year holidays have been anything but merry and happy. Instead of showing love, companionship and charity, some of our compatriots chose this period to inflict severe hardship on us all by creating unnecessary fuel scarcity across the country.

The consequence was that not many could travel and the few who did had to pay exorbitant transport fares. This is unacceptable given that NNPC had taken measures to ensure availability at all depots. I am determined to get to the root of this collective blackmail of all Nigerians and ensure that whichever groups are behind this manipulated hardship will be prevented from doing so again.

Such unpatriotism will not divert the Administration from the course we have set ourselves. Our government's watch word and policy thrust is CHANGE. We must change our way of doing things or we will stagnate and be left behind in the race to lift our people out of poverty and into prosperity.

My address to fellow Nigerians this morning is devoted mainly to informing you about the intense efforts this Administration is putting to address our country's huge infrastructural deficit.

We are going to make significant in-roads in advancing road, rail and power projects across the country.

The Ministry of Power, Works and Housing is one of the drivers of this Government’s commitment to renew and increase Nigeria’s stock of infrastructure in order to achieve global economic competitiveness as targeted under the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan.

With regards to Railways, we have set ourselves ambitious targets. Already in construction stage is the Lagos-Kano Standard Gauge Railway. 

The line should reach Ibadan from Lagos by the end of 2019 and will carry two million passengers per year and five million tons of cargo will be transported every year giving a substantial boost to the country’s economy.

Construction of the Kano – Kaduna segment is expected to commence this year and reach Kaduna by the end of 2019. By the end of 2021 the two ends will be joined so that we will have standard gauge railway across the main North-South trading route.

The Abuja – Kaduna route will be boosted by additional rolling stock next Thursday and will be able to handle one million commuters annually.

At the same time I have approved and negotiations will be concluded in the first part of this year for the Port Harcourt to Maiduguri line covering Aba, Owerri, Umuahia, Enugu, Awka, Abakaliki, Makurdi, Lafia, Jos, Bauchi, Gombe, Yola and Damaturu.  The Abuja to Itakpe line will go through Baro and terminate in Warri with construction of a new seaport at Warri.

Negotiations are also advanced for the construction of other railway lines, firstly from Kano to Maradi in Niger Republic passing through Kazaure, Daura, Katsina, Jibia to Maradi.

Secondly, Lagos to Calabar the “Coastal Rail”  through Ore, Benin, Agbor, Asaba, Onitsha, Sapele, Ughelli, Warri, Yenagoa, Otuoke, Port Harcourt, Aba, Uyo and Calabar.  In the next few years, all these Nigerian cities will be linked by functional modern rail systems, giving enormous boost to the social and economic life of our people.

With respect to the Abuja Capital Light Rail, progress has reached 98% completion, as at 64% completion when we assumed office.  Only test runs remain before start of operations.

This train service will stimulate economic activities in the Federal Capital and provide residents with an efficient and safe transportation system.  Twelve railway sub-stations around the capital over a 45.2 kilometre route will serve as a catalyst and a pull factor to the economy of the area.  The Light Rail System will reduce traffic congestion and carbon emission in line with the Administration’s policy on climate change.

Management of the Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA) has been reconstituted and has been charged with a 12 week rapid intervention in road repairs to cover all the geo-political zones. Government is undertaking repairs and maintenance of 44 roads within the six geo-political zones.

Twenty five major highways will be funded under the N100b SUKUK facility. Each geo-political zone will benefit by an equal amount of N16.67b. The following major highways are to receive special attention:

a.  Oyo – Ogbomosho,

b.  Ofusu – Ore – Ajebandele – Shagamu,

c.  Yenagoa Road Junction – Kolo Otuoke – Bayelsa Palm,

d.  Enugu – Port Harcourt Dual Carriage Way,

e.  Onitsha – Enugu Expressway,

f.    Kaduna Eastern Bypass,

g.  Dualization of Kano – Maiduguri Road,

h.  Dualization of Abuja – Lokoja – Benin Road,

i.    Dualization of Suleja – Minna Road.

In addition, Government has approved work to start on the re-construction of Abuja – Kaduna – Zaria – Kano road which is in a state of disrepair. Work will soon start and is expected to be completed in 2019.

More Nigerians across the country are experiencing improved power supply to their homes and businesses.  However, power remains a concern to this government because too many people still do not have regular and reliable supply.

The Payment Assurance Guarantee Scheme which started in January 2016 has enabled the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trader to raise so far N701 billion to assure Generation Companies of at least 80% payment for any power delivered to the national grid.

Consequently, generation has now reached 7,000MW. On December 8, 2017 the country achieved 5,155MW of power delivered to consumers, the highest level ever recorded.

Several moribund projects have been revived.  Repairs of Afam Power Station added 110MW in 2017 and another 240MW will be added this year through a private investment partnership.

Katsina Power Project is now being tested and producing 10MW of power from wind for the first time in Nigeria.  It should be fully operational this year.

The Zungeru 700MW Hydroelectric Power Project, stalled by court cases is due for completion in 2019.  The transmission and other requirements to operate the 30MW Gurara Phase 1 Hydroelectric Plant, the 40MW Kashimbilla Hydroelectric Plant and the 215 MW Kaduna Gas/LPG/Diesel Power Plant will also be completed this year.

A landmark project, Mambilla Hydroelectric Power Project is at last taking off.  This project has been on the drawing Board for 40 years, but now the engineering, procurement and construction contract for the 3,050MW project has been agreed with a Chinese joint venture Company with a financing commitment from the government of China.  Completion is targeted for 2023.

As I mentioned earlier, the Transmission Company of Nigeria can now distribute all the 7,000MW that can be generated.  TCN and the Niger Delta Holding Company have added 1,950MVA of 330 down to 132KV transformer capacity of 10 transmission stations and 2,930MVA of 132 down to 33KV transformer capacity of 42 sub-stations including Ikot Ekpene, Aba, Alagbon, Ajah, Ejigbo, Funtua and Zaria.


This Administration is working with the privatised distribution Companies to overcome the continuing challenges of distribution.

These massive public works should spearhead the recovery and lead millions back to employment. You will recall that it was not until last year that we got out of the economic recession into which the country had fallen as a consequence of past unsustainable economic policies which projected short-term illusory growth.

The government is slowly stabilizing the economy.

It was in order to change the steady and steep decline that we adopted the more sustainable policies and programmes captured in the Economic Recovery Plan. Diversification efforts have resulted in improved output particularly in agriculture and solid minerals sectors. The relative exchange rate stability has improved manufacturing sector performance.

We have got to get used to discipline and direction in economic management. The days of business as usual are numbered.

Two years ago I appealed to people to go back to the land. I am highly gratified that agriculture has picked up, contributing to the government's effort to re-structure the economy. Rice imports will stop this year. Local rice, fresher and more nutritious will be on our dishes from now on.

By the same token, I am today appealing to enterprising Nigerians with ideas and unemployed graduates and other able-bodied and literate men and women with ideas not to just sit and wait for employment from the government or the Organized Private Sector. Great nations are built by enterprising people who turn their hands to anything that circumstances dictate.

In respect of political developments, I have kept a close watch on the on-going debate about "Restructuring". No human law or edifice is perfect. Whatever structure we develop must periodically be perfected according to changing circumstances and the country's socio-economic developments. We Nigerians can be very impatient and want to improve our conditions faster than may be possible considering our resources and capabilities. When all the aggregates of nationwide opinions are considered, my firm view is that our problems are more to do with process than structure.

We tried the Parliamentary system: we jettisoned it. Now there are shrill cries for a return to the Parliamentary structure. In older democracies these systems took centuries to evolve so we cannot expect a copied system to fit neatly our purposes. We must give a long period of trial and improvement before the system we have adopted is anywhere near fit for purpose.

However, there is a strong case for a closer look at the cost of government and for the public services long used to extravagance, waste and corruption to change for the better. I assure you that government is ever receptive to ideas which will improve governance and contribute to the country's peace and stability.

As the electioneering season approaches politicians must avoid exploiting ethnicity and religion by linking ethnicity with religion and religion with politics. Such must be avoided at all costs if we are to live in harmony.

In this respect the rest of Nigeria could learn from the South Western States who have successfully internalized religion, ethnicity and politics.

Political discourse should be conducted with civility, decorum and in a constitutional manner. We all have a collective responsibility to strengthen our democracy and entrench the rule of law. We should draw encouragement from the series of bye-elections conducted by INEC last year which were generally violence free and their outcomes adjudged to be free and fair.

Before I conclude my address I must reassure my fellow citizens that security of life and property is still top of our government’s agenda. We have since beaten Boko Haram. Isolated attacks still occur, but even the best-policed countries cannot prevent determined criminals from committing terrible acts of terror as we have seen during the past years in Europe, Asia, Middle East, elsewhere in Africa and in America.

Our government remains determined to protect all Nigerians in line with our election pledge and promises. On behalf of all Nigerians let me offer our thanks to the Armed forces, the Police, other para-military forces and traditional authorities who are working round the clock to ensure that you and I go about our normal business in reasonable safety.

Terrorism and urban crimes are world-wide phenomena and our security forces are continuously adapting their responses to changing threats.

With regard to rampant cases of kidnappings, we are taking immediate short-term measures to combat this new evil creeping into our societies.  Tighter police methods and swift and severe punishment for those proved to be engaged in kidnapping are on the way.

With respect to Niger Delta, Government is still engaging responsible leadership of the Communities to help in identifying and addressing genuine grievances of the region. Our clean-up programme in collaboration with the United Nations is making satisfactory progress.

I am grateful to all the Governors and other Political & Community leaders of the Niger Delta States for their part in bringing relative peace to the areas.

Finally let me again express my heartfelt thanks to all Nigerians who prayed for me during my illness last year. I feel deeply humbled by your prayers and good wishes and I am more determined than ever to serve you to the best of my ability.

Happy New Year

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Sunday, 31 December 2017

NASIHOHI 35 Da Zasu Taimaka Wurin Samun Ingantacciyar Rayuwa

1- ka fara yininka da sallar asubahi da azkar domin samun rabo da tsira.

2- ka zarce da istgfari har sai shaidan ya debe
tsammanin samun rabo a jikinka.

3-kar ka daina addu'a dumin itace igiyar tsira

4-ka tuna cewa mala'iku suna rubuta maganganunka.

5-kyawun yatsu shine ka rika qidaya TASBIH dasu.

6- idan ka shiga damuwa da qunci kace" la ila ha illallah".

7- ka sayi addu'ar talakawa da soyayyan marayu da kudadenka.

8-doguwar sujada 1 wanda aka yita saboda tsoron ALLAH yafi maka bene da aka gina na zinari.

9- ka tauna magana kafin kafadeta domin tana iya zama ajalinka.

10- ka guji addu'ar wanda aka zalunta da hawayen wanda aka hana.

11- kafin ka karanta jaridu da mujallu mai zai hana.kafara karanta alqur'ani.

12- ka zama dalilin gyaruwan iyalanka.

13- ka tilastawa ranka wurin bin dokokin Allah ,
domin ita rai tana umarni ne da sabon Allah.

14- kafin tsufar iyayanka ka daure ka samu yardarsu.

15-tsoffin tufafinka sababbi ne a wurin talakawa.

16- kar kayi fushi , domin rayuwa kadan ce ba kamar yadda kake tsammani ba.

17- tare dakai akwai wanda yafi kowa qarfi yafi kowa wadata, shine Allah.

18- kar ka rufe qofar tuba saboda sabon Allah.
19- sallah itace mafi alkhairin abun da zata taimakeka akan musibu da wahalhalu.

20- ka nisanci munanan zato, zaka huta kuma zaka hutar.

21- dalilin kowane damuwa juyawa Allah bayane, ka juyo zuwa gareshi mana.

22-kayi sallah irin wacce kakeso a shigar dakai qabari tare da ita.

23- idan kaji wanda yake gulma , kace dashi: yaji tsoron Allah.

24-ka dawwamar da kanka wurin karanta suratul MULK domin tana tseratarwa.

25- wanda aka hana( yayi hasara) shine wanda aka hanawa sallar dake cike da tsoron Allah , da idon dake zubar da hawaye.

26- kar ka cutar da bayin Allah nagari wadanda suka shagaltu da bautar Allah.

27- ka sanya soyayyar ka duka zuwa ga Allah da manzonsa.

28- ka yafewa wanda yayi gulmarka, domin ya baka kyautar kyakyawan aikinsa ne.

29- Sallah da ambaton Allah da karatun alqur'ani alqawurane masu nauyi akan qirjinka.

30- duk wanda ya tuna da zafin wuta zai iya hakuri akan sabon Allah .

31- indai ana dare gari yana wayewa, to watarana sai labari tsanani zai zama sauqi.

32- ka nisanci ANCE-KACE ( jita-jita) domin kai game da ayyuka kamar dutsene.

33- kayi sallah da tsoron Allah , domin duk abun da zakayi bayan sallar bai kai sallah ba.

34- ka sanya alqur'ani daf dakai , domin karanta aya daya acikinsa yafimaka duniya da abun dake cikinta.

35- rayuwa akwai dadi, mafi dadin rayuwa shine kaganka da iimaninka.
ALLAH Yasa Mudace!

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