Wednesday, November 18, 2015

See The £30,000 Birthday Gift Mayweather Got His 16yr Old Daughter

Is it too much,  perfect or too small for the girl?

Floyd Mayweather gifted his 16-year-old son, Koraun, with a brand new Mercedes CLS for his birthday. The car is said to be worth around £30,000. Mayweather shared the photo on Instagram.

"Happy birthday Amir Mayweather. Love you, Champ."

FG Bans The Importation Of 'i-better-pass-my-neighbour' Generators

Na WA o,  this is the most popular and used generator in Nigeria, FG Maka why?

The Federal Government has banned the importation of small generators popularly called 'I pass my neighbour,' used by low-income Nigerians.

Controller, Federation Operations Unit Zone A, Lagos of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Mr Madugu Sanni Jubrin, disclosed this in Lagos while speaking with newsmen.

"The smaller generators have been banned by the Federal Government because it is causing air pollution and destruction of our lungs and breathing system. That is why they have banned it but people are still interested in smuggling them in, that is why we intercepted them.

"If you go to the market, you still see them because people have imported them before the ban. So it is the leftover they had before the ban that they are selling because the law did not backdate the ban and it is not an absolute prohibition.

"It is prohibition by trade which means you cannot bring it in large quantity and sell to the public. That is the type of prohibition we have on this but if you buy one piece, Customs will not seize it.

"We will not relent in our efforts. When we see any prohibited item, we will seize, arrest the people and we will allow the law court to take decision on prosecuting them. So it is better for them to stop smuggling than to continue when they know Customs will catch up with them," he said.

via Nigerian Tribune

More Fine:Uganda Fines MTN $622,000 For 'Anti-Competition Business Tactics'

It is not only in Nigeria that MTN has run foul of the rules. It is also in hot water in Uganda, going by this report by Uganda's New Vision newspaper:

The Commercial court in Uganda has ordered telecom giant, MTN Uganda to pay a sum of Shs 2.3bn (about $662,000) in damages to EzeeMoney Limited for sabotaging its business.

Justice Henry Peter Adonyo on November 6, 2015 also ordered MTN to stop acting in unlawful and anti-competitive manner, which denies other businesses an opportunity to prosper.

Justice Adonyo said MTN should pay Shs 800m to EzeeMoney in general damages for loss of business. It should also pay a penalty of Shs 1.5bn in punitive damages to deter not only MTN but also warn other companies against uncompetitive business tactics.

It all started when EzeeMoney, which runs an e-money business, obtained a contract from MTN for the provision of digital transmission [E1] and 30 fixed telephone lines to carry out its mobile money business.
EzeeMoney then contracted Yo! Uganda Limited (YUL) to implement the service after Uganda Communications Commission, the regulator, approved it on December 2012, to use the 7711 short code to enable its customers to subscribe for e-money services.

But in 2013, MTN cancelled the contract, saying EzeeMoney was a direct competitor to its mobile money business. Through AF Mpanga and company advocates, EzeeMoney went to court, saying MTN's action "restricted and distorted competition."

EzeeMoney said MTN also damaged its ties with YUL and deprived it of services of other telecommunications operators. It argued that MTN used its exclusivity agreements to stop its agents from working for any other firm with similar business, further limiting competition.

'ILLEGAL ACTIONS'

In a January 28, 2013 letter to EzeeMoney, MTN appeared to say its business would be disrupted if the former was given access to its platform.

"EzeeMoney is in direct competition with MTN in the provision of mobile money," read the letter in part.
Justice Adonyo said the letter confirmed that MTN was stopping services of the company because it considered it a competitor.

"It is testified that when YUL required the defendant [MTN] to activate the plaintiff's [EzeeMoney]short code on its platform, the defendant declined to do so on the basis that the plaintiff was in direct competition with it," the judge observed.

"YUL then seeing that the plaintiff couldn't carry out the business they had agreed together, by a letter dated 7/2/2013, did terminate all services with the plaintiff as YUL did not want to jeopardize its relationship with the defendant."

David Mpanga, EzeeMoney's lead counsel, said MTN's action of not activating the short code and the subsequent cancellation by YUL led to loss of business.

"The denial of the use of the defendant's [MTN] platform to the plaintiff [EzeeMoney] by the defendant would thus be an act which is prohibited within the meaning of section 53(1) (a) of the Act [Communications] for it limited competition," Adonyo said.

AGENTS STOPPED
The judge also found that MTN coerced its agents to reject EzeeMoney. One witness, Sammy Mwathi, told court that he was an MTN money agent and he was restricted from dealing with other firms in the same business by signing exclusivity agreement.

"The perusal of the exclusivity agreement itself confirms the position that the defendant acted outside the law for it appears it used coercive methods like denial of services to its agents," he said. "[This] prohibited fair competition… and [was] contrary to the provisions of the law."

via PMnews

Kcee Buys Mum Tear Nylon Prado Jeep As Birthday Present (photos)

This is so cool, there is really no way you can pay a good mum for all she has done for you,   it buying her expensive stuffs is a sure step forward

 He wrote:

#My sweet mother , if I have my way I can buy the whole world for you just to let you know you are more than an angel to me . Thanks for believing in me when nobody did , I sincerely appreciate your tender mother care and support to my career. Once again happy birthday to you . St. Dom the captain is bringing your new whip to your house right now . HBD mama KCEE LIMPOPO #ebaeno

How sweet...

Forbes Publish List Of The Top Richest People In Africa, You Won't Believe Who Is At The Top (See list)

Who else?? Aliko Dangote still remains the king of the pack, topping the list of Forbes Africa's Richest 50. 

It ain't easy to remain there with all these hustlers everywhere

See full list here 

SMH:THIS Guy Stripped To His Boxer To Rock A Girl In Lagos Club (pics)

Na WA o,  all this Naija people no go stop to surprise me

Young Billionaire E-Money And Kcee Flaunts Wealth, Family And New Crib Interior (in photos)

If you know Kcee then you must know E-MONEY the young Billionaire is one of the most talked about celeb right now,  people are still wondering how he made money so quick, some say he is a big yahoo boy, he is into oil and gas, he is a drugger etc

well all we know for sure is that he sells cars and got a happy family

His Lekki Mansion is worth a Billion Naira..

This crib is maaaaaaad

BOSSES : Check-out 10 Things Successful People Never Do Again

Change is a constant thing and to stay successful there are some changes that you have to emulate from time to time

Dr. Henry Cloud has discovered certain "awakenings" that people have—in life and in business—that once they have them, they never go back to the old way of doing things. And when that happens, they are never the same. In short, they got it.

"Years ago, a bad business decision of mine led to an interesting discussion with my mentor," Dr. Cloud says. "I had learned a valuable lesson the hard way, and he reassured me: 'The good thing is once you learn that lesson, you never go back. You never do it again.'

"I wondered, what are the key awakenings that successful people go through that forever change how they do things, which propel them to succeed in business, relationships, and life? I began to study these awakenings, researching them over the years."

Some people wonder why some companies run out of business or why some industry people are not relevant anymore

Although life and business have many lessons to teach us, Dr. Cloud observed 10 "doorways" of learning that high performers go through, never to return again.

Successful people never again…

1. Return to what hasn't worked. Whether a job, or a broken relationship that was ended for a good reason, we should never go back to the same thing, expecting different results, without something being different.

2. Do anything that requires them to be someone they are not. In everything we do, we have to ask ourselves, "Why am I doing this? Am I suited for it? Does it fit me? Is it sustainable?" If the answer is no to any of these questions, you better have a very good reason to proceed.

3. Try to change another person. When you realize that you cannot force someone into doing something, you give him or her freedom and allow them to experience the consequences. In doing so, you find your own freedom as well.

4. Believe they can please everyone. Once you get that it truly is impossible to please everyone, you begin to live purposefully, trying to please the right people.

5. Choose short-term comfort over long-term benefit. Once successful people know they want something that requires a painful, time-limited step, they do not mind the painful step because it gets them to a long-term benefit. Living out this principle is one of the most fundamental differences between successful and unsuccessful people, both personally and professionally.

6. Trust someone or something that appears flawless. It's natural for us to be drawn to things and people that appear "incredible." We love excellence and should always be looking for it. We should pursue people who are great at what they do, employees who are high performers, dates who are exceptional people, friends who have stellar character, and companies that excel. But when someone or something looks too good to be true, he, she, or it is. The world is imperfect. Period. No one and no thing is without flaw, and if they appear that way, hit pause.

7. Take their eyes off the big picture. We function better emotionally and perform better in our lives when we can see the big picture. For successful people, no one event is ever the whole story. Winners remember that – each and every day.

8. Neglect to do due diligence. No matter how good something looks on the outside, it is only by taking a deeper, diligent, and honest look that we will find out what we truly need to know: the reality that we owe ourselves.

9. Fail to ask why they are where they find themselves. One of the biggest differences between successful people and others is that in love and in life, in relationships and in business, successful people always ask themselves, what part am I playing in this situation? Said another way, they do not see themselves only as victims, even when they are.

10. Forget that their inner life determines their outer success. The good life sometimes has little to do with outside circumstances. We are happyand fulfilled mostly by who we are on the inside. Research validates that. And our internal lives largely contribute to producing many of our external circumstances.

And, the converse is true: people who are still trying to find success in various areas of life can almost always point to one or more of these patterns as a reason they are repeating the same mistakes.

Everyone makes mistakes…even the most successful people out there. But, what achievers do better than others is recognize the patterns that are causing those mistakes and never repeat them again. In short, they learn from pain—their own and the pain of others.

A good thing to remember is this: pain is unavoidable, but repeating the same pain twice, when we could choose to learn and do something different, is certainly avoidable. I like to say, "we don't need new ways to fail….the old ones are working just fine!" Our task, in business and in life, is to observe what they are, and never go back to doing them again.

LA WA o!! What Is Wrong With This Pic. Lmao

Some people can be too creative with things. Lol

Dear Nigerian Men, Would You Marry Your Elder Brother's Ex? (Advice column)


Someone Urgently Needs advice,

Hello ENEKEM , I met a guy only to find out that I've known his brother. I've only been with 3 guys in total and 2 of them are brothers. Nawa for this life o. Anyways I've been with his brother twice. The last time I had a hook up was January and it was with his brother. Only for me to meet this guy in another city and find out it's the brother. 


I like him a lot and he's gunning for a relationship that may lead to marriage. He has a good heart and God knows I don't even want to break his heart for him. Do I tell him at all, or do I tell him now or later? I'm so sad I could just kill myself right now.


KILODE? SeeThe Ridiculous Price Tag on this Designer Torn Sweater

$2,600 that's about N520,000,smh who is gonna buy it let me know the ballers reading us. Lol

Tonto Dikeh shares photo of her dog relaxing in her tub

This dog dey flex

"I'm quitting smoking for my New Years resolution" - Says Chris Brown

Chris Brown says his new year resolution is to quit smoking which he calls a horrible habit.The star wrote;

I'm quitting smoking for my New Years resolution! Horrible habit. Dats dat bullshit


#15questions4buhari Comedian IGoDye writes an open letter to President Buhari, asks questions

Popular comedian IGoDye took to his Instagram page to write an open letter to the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. According to him, ...