Wednesday, August 26, 2015

WOW!! Man Proposes To Bae Under Pool Water In Lagos (photos)

Wow this is so cute, Naija people are becoming very creative with marriage proposals, but what if to say the babe no sabi swim? lol 


Kind of risky but kudos to the soon to be wed

TOUCHING!! My husband wants to die in my arms – Celion Dion

This is so touching , Celine Dion has revealed that her husband’s last wish is to die in her arms. René Angélil, 73, has been battling with throat cancer. While recalling her conversation with her husband, R&B star said;

“I'll say, 'You're scared? I understand. Talk to me about it.’… 'And René says to me, ''I want to die in your arms.'' OK, fine, I'll be there, you'll die in my arms.' She went further; 

'I didn't want to be here at first, I don't need it. Don't get me wrong, I love singing for people, but I have priorities. But René really gave me a gift.'

She explained: 'All my grieving, it was during this last year. I think I've got this. For now.''When it hits me, it's going to hit me. But my biggest job is to tell my husband, we're fine. I'll take care of our kids. You'll watch us from another spot.'

Photo Of The Day!! Just Be Honest (18+)



It is funny what people can do for money these days , I am not a fan of cunninglingus so I am different, but my enekem blog readers can you do the deed?? Be honest

Fabricated??? See EFCC Official press release Concerning The N1tn Diversion

The attention of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has been drawn to a report captioned, Alleged N1tn diversion: Senate to probe Lamorde’s alleged diversion of N1tn, which appeared in The Punch Newspaper of Monday August 24, 2015 containing salacious claims of corruption against the person of the chairman of the Commission, Ibrahim Lamorde.The EFCC should ordinarily not dignify the publication with a response as the motives of the promoters and their media allies are to impugn the integrity of the EFCC boss with fabricated stories of corruption.


However the Commission is constrained to respond, to expose the motive behind the sinister plot. In the first instance, claims of a N1trillion corruption in the EFCC is infantile and assaults the sensibilities of all reasonable stakeholders in the anti- corruption fight.
Even if the EFCC had not returned a kobo of recovered assets in its 12 years existence in addition to the yearly appropriated funds from the federation account, it will be nowhere near a trillion naira. This clearly exposes the mission of the so called petitioner as nothing more than mischief, designed to smear Lamorde.
More sinister is the discovery that the so called petition did not follow the procedure for consideration by the senate. It was sent, not to the senate but to a member, Senate Peter Nwaoboshi, a first term senator from Delta North.
Under the senate rules, petitions meant for consideration by the red chamber are sent to the senate, not to a member of the senate.
Also, petitions meant for the senate are tabled at the plenary, before they are referred to the relevant committees for further consideration. In this instance, the senate has been on recess and there is no evidence that the so called petition was considered at plenary and referred to any committee.
The EFCC as an agency that is founded on transparency is not afraid of any “probe” or request for information regarding its activities by individuals, groups or organs of government; so far as such requests followed due process of law. 
The EFCC under Lamorde did not need the prompting of anyone, when it commissioned a reputable international audit firm, KPMG to carry out comprehensive audit of exhibits and forfeited assets of the Commission from 2003 to date. The report of the audit will be made public once it is ready.
Were the Commission to be jittery about its records, it would not have embarked on such audit.
The EFCC however warns that those who peddle false information with the intent to mislead should be reminded that there is a subsisting law on false information and the consequence for violation is grave.


Sahara Reporters

Jonathan Fought Corruption In More Civilized Way Than Buhari - Falana

Though I feel this comment is coming to early because Buhari has not spent up to 1year in office ,I still see some atom of truth in it.


Femi Falana, a famous Lagos lawyer, has criticized President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption strategy.

The Lagos lawyer while speaking on Channels TV programme said that “contrary to the general belief that former President closed his eyes to corruption, President Goodluck Jonathan did so much in the fight against corruption including the sack of three of his ministers for alleged graft.”


Falana added that Jonathan carried out the most positive loot recovery without making noise about it.

It should be noted that during the Jonathan’s tenure, the administration presented the Single Bank account for the country, saving billions.

Their electronic payroll payment system and the Bio-metric registration of federal personnel recognized 68,000 ghost workers and over 50,000 ghost pensioners.

The previous government also introduced the Single Contract Requisition system with a legislative oversight.

The cashless economy was the cause that “Ghana-Must-Go” vanished in the National Assembly and around the corridors of his government.

NEHEMIAH APOSTOLIC RESOURCE CENTER ORGANIZES A SPECIAL EDITION OF THE SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

The school of Government and politics conference which held yesterday , Thursday the 29th of November in Abuja Was organized by Nehem...