Sunday, September 30, 2012

3 of 10 Nigerian Men Are Not The Fathers of Their Kids-DNA Expert

There is a shocking disclosure that Nigerian women have cheated and lied to their husbands on the paternity of their kids, because a DNA expert has dropped the bombshell that three of ten Nigerian men are not the real fathers of the kids their wives gave them!

A survey conducted by condom manufacturer, Durex, in which 29,000 people in 36 countries were interviewed has ranked Nigerian women as the most unfaithful in the world.

The following report will shock many Nigerian men who are the ignorant victims of unfaithful wives and girlfriends.

We have seen that there is serious need for it because in many homes things are happening that are scary both to the lives of children and their parents. And for the general statistics that is now available, it is found that three out of every ten men are not the fathers of their babies. Similarly, three out of every ten children are not fathered by men they have seen as their biological fathers. What we have found out is that, anytime we take ten men, at least three of them eventually found that they are not the fathers of the children they call their own. And these men would have taken care of the children for all their lives.

Now, the global statistics is 100, 000 out of every 300, 000 men. But what we have found that is that the situation is higher in Nigeria than other places. For example in our laboratory here, 50 per cent of the cases comes out negative. And we also realised that majority of the first-borns are affected. You only need to be here to see big men cry like little kids and watch children weep in agony. It has been that bad. And I dare say it is becoming something every home must do and you may be quite surprised at the level of dastard revelation.

About thirty per cent of fathers are unknowingly bringing up children who are not biologically theirs. And it is suspected that this percentage may be on the increase due to intimate recklessness. According to recent trends in intimate health, especially in Nigeria, it was suggested that unprotected sex and multiple partners are comparatively common occurrences with a large proportion of conceptions still unplanned. So, more than half, that is, 50 per cent of all paternity tests carried out by our lab comes out negative and the most affected are first-borns, except in a few cases.

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Friday, September 28, 2012

Americans Against Mitt Romney Are Hypocrites and Idiots!

Romney is having problems with Liberals, because majority of American liberals are hypocrites like their poster boy President Barack Obama who has already traded his Holy Bible for the Qur'an. He is now the mouthpiece of defenders of Islam, a religion that lied that Jesus Christ never died on the cross and so never resurrected! Islam is a blasphemy against Jesus Christ. (1 Corinthians 15:12-19).

Any religion that does not accept the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the religion of the Antichrist. Only those who are ignorant of the origins of Islam will support and vote for an American presidential candidate who has become the apologist of Islamists after they attacked the US Embassy in Benghazi, Libya and murdered the innocent Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and others. What Americans need is the real American President that will not be scared of Islamists, but make them pay for their crimes against humanity in America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and in my country Nigeria where they have killed over 10, 000 innocent Christians and beheaded their White hostages.

If we don't get rid of these devils, the devils will get rid of us.

World's Leading Oil Conference Reveals African Future

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Africa's Premier International Oil & Gas Event

27 Sep 2012 09:30 Africa/Lagos

World's Leading Oil Conference Reveals African Future

CAPE TOWN, South Africa and THE HAGUE, The Netherlands, September 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

19 th Africa Oil Week held from October 29 th until November 2 nd in Cape Town

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With over 900 delegates from 75 countries and 85 presentations from leading speakers - representing super-majors, independents, national oil companies, governments, licensing agencies and banks - the 19 th Africa Oil Week shall host the world's leading deal-making and senior-level networking oil/gas industry in Africa, thus retaining its reputation as one of the top world-class conferences on the global calendar.

Global Pacific & Partners' event will be held from October 29 th until November 2 nd in the Pavilion Conference Center in Cape Town, along with the 14th Scramble for Africa Strategy Briefing, the 47th PetroAfricanus Dinner, the 9th African Independents Forum and the 19th Africa Upstream Conference, ending with the well-known traditional 'braai' (barbeque) on the Cape waterfront.

Showcase presentations are made by key companies and investors in Africa. For instance Dr Duncan Clarke, chairman and CEO of Global Pacific & Partners, tells about future opportunities for independents in Africa. During the Upstream Conference new explorations and discoveries in Equatorial New Guinea, Nigeria, Mozambique and the Maghreb countries are revealed. Executive vice-president Ian Cooling of Anadarko tells about the exploration journey his leading super-independent made across the continent during the PetroAfricanus Dinner.

Many of the leading players involved in the Eastern Africa acreage and gas boom are either on the speaker program or have registered as delegates and exhibitors.

Global Pacific & Partners celebrates over 30 years of in-depth engagement inside and within the African oil and gas industry across all regions and key countries. From 1980 on its efforts were directed at in-depth research on oil and gas across all countries and on national oil companies in Africa for governments and private clients, plus on the ventures and strategies of a growing cast of corporate competitors.

Later on the company started an advisory practice and began organizing conferences and strategy briefings. The well-established PetroAfricanus Club has hosted 46 dinners with over 4,000 guests.

CEO Duncan Clarke has published various studies and analyses on the African oil market and exploration.

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CONTACT: Babette van Gessel, Vice Chairman - The Hague Global Pacific & Partners, +31-70-324-6154,

British Billionaires Work for their Billions, but Nigerians Steal their Own

President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria is from the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) controlled by the past leaders indicted for corrupt practices in government.
Nigeria has lost more than $300bn to corrupt leaders since independence according to the Independent Corrupt Practices And Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) inaugurated on September 29th, 2000 by the Nigerian President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, GCFR.

Letter to Nigerian Parents
~ By Prof. Tunde
First published on Dec 14th, 11 06:21 pm.

Let me add the benefit of my time as a student and then resident in the UK - and I live in Lagos now. The first thing that I discovered about UK-born, white, English undergraduates was that all of them did holiday or weekend job to support themselves - including the children of millionaires amongst them. It is the norm over there - regardless how wealthy their parents are. And I soon discovered that virtually all other foreign students did the same - the exception being those of us status-conscious Nigerians.

I also watched Richard Branson (owner of Virgin Airline) speaking on the Biography Channel and, to my amazement; he said that his young children travel in the economy class -even when the parents (he and his wife) are in upper class. Richard Branson is a billionaire in Pound Sterling. A quick survey would show you that only children from Nigeria fly business or upper class to commence their studies in the UK . No other foreign students do this. There is no aircraft attached to the office of the prime minister in the UK - he travels on BA. And the same goes for the Royals. The Queen does not have an aircraft for her exclusive use.

These practices simply become the culture which the next generation carries forward. Have you seen the car that Kate Middleton the lass married to Prince William drives? VW Golf or something close to it. But there's one core difference in them and us (generally speaking). They - the billionaires among them work for their money, we steal ours!

If we want our children to bring about the desired change we have been praying for on behalf of our dear country, then please, please let's begin now and teach them to work hard so that they can stand alone and most importantly be content, and not have to "steal". This seems to be the norm these days.

"30 is the new 18", which seems to be the new age for testing out the world in Nigeria now. That seems to be an unspoken but widely accepted mindset among the last 2 generations of parents in Nigeria .

At age 18 years, a typical young adult in the UK leaves the clutches of his/her parents for the University, chances are, that's the last time those parents will ever play "landlord" to their son or daughter except of course the occasional home visits during the academic year.

At 21 years and above or below, the now fully grown and independent minded adult graduates from University, searches for employment, gets a job and shares a flat with other young people on a journey into becoming fully fledged adults.

I can hear the echo of parents saying, well, that is because the UK economy is thriving, safe, well structured and jobs are everywhere? I beg to differ and I ask that you kindly hear me out. I am UK trained Recruitment Consultant and I have been practicing for the past 10 years in Nigeria . I have a broad range of experience from recruiting graduates to executive director level of large corporations. In addition, I talk from the point of view of someone with relatively privileged upbringing.

Driven to school every day, had my clothes washed for me, was barred from taking any part-time job during my A-levels so that I could concentrate on studying for my exams?! BUT, I got the opportunity to live apart from my parents from age 18 and the only time I came back home to stay was for 3 months before I got married!

Am I saying that every parent should wash their hands off their children at age 18? No, not at all, of course, I enjoyed the savings that I made from living on and off at my parent's house in London - indeed that is the primary reason for my being able to buy myself a 3 bedroom flat in London at age 25 with absolutely no direct financial help from my parents!

For me, pocket money stopped at age 22, not that it was ever enough for my lifestyle to compete with Paris Hilton's or Victoria Beckham's. Meanwhile today, we have Nigerian children who have never worked for 5 minutes in their lives insisting on flying "only" first or business class, carrying the latest Louis Vuitton ensemble, Victoria 's Secret underwear and wearing Jimmy Choo's, fully paid for by their "loving" parents.

I often get calls from anxious parents, my son graduated 2 years ago and is still looking for a job, can you please assist! Oh really! So where exactly this “child” is my usual question. Why are you the one making this call dad/mum?

I am yet to get a satisfactory answer, but between you and me, chances are that big boy is cruising around Lagos with a babe dressed to the nines, in his dad's spanking new SUV with enough "pocket money" to put your salary to shame. It is not at all strange to have a 28 year old who has NEVER worked for a day in his or her life in Nigeria but "earns" a six figure "salary" from parents for doing absolutely nothing.
I see them in my office once in a while, 26 years old with absolutely no skills to sell, apart from a shiny CV, written by his dad's secretary in the office. Of course, he has a driver at his beck and call and he is driven to the job interview. We have a fairly decent conversation and we get to the inevitable question - so, what salary are you looking to earn? Answer comes straight out - N250,000.00. I ask if that is per month or per annum.

Of course it is per month. Oh, why do you think you should be earning that much on your first job? Well, because my current pocket money is N200,000.00 and I feel that an employer should be able to pay me more than my parents. I try very hard to compose myself, over parenting is in my opinion the greatest evil handicapping the Nigerian youth. It is at the root of our national malaise.

We have a youth population of tens of millions of who are being "breastfed and diapered" well into their 30s. Even though the examples I have given above are from parents of considerable affluence, similar patterns can be observed from Abeokuta to Adamawa! Wake up mum! Wake up dad! You practically love your children to death! No wonder corruption continues to thrive. We have a society of young people who have been brought up to expect something for nothing, as if it were a birth right.

I want to encourage you to send your young men and women (anyone over 20 can hardly be called a child!) out into the world, maybe even consider reducing or stopping the pocket money to encourage them to think, explore and strive. Let them know that it is possible for them to succeed without your "help".

Take a moment to think back to your own time as a young man/woman, what if someone had kept spoon feeding you, would you be where you are today? No tree grows well under another tree, children that are not exposed to challenges, don't cook well. That is why you see adults complaining, "my parents didn't buy clothes for me this Christmas", ask him/her how old are you? 30 years +. Because of the challenges we faced in our youth, we are where and what we are today. This syndrome-my children will not suffer what I suffered is destroying our tomorrow.

Deliberately, reduce their allowance or mum-don't cook on Saturday till late afternoon or evening-do as occasion deserve.

I learnt the children of a former Nigerian head of state with all the stolen (billions) monies in their custody, still go about with security escort as wrecks. They are on drugs, several times because of the drug, they collapse in public places. The escort will quickly pack them and off they go, what a life! No one wants to marry them. Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.- Henry Ford. Hard work does not kill; everything in Nigeria is going down, including family settings. It is time to cook our children, preparing them for tomorrow. We are approaching the season in Nigeria where only the RUGGED, will survive. How will your ward fare?

If the present generation of Nigerian pilots retires, will you fly a plane flown by a young Nigerian pilot, If trained in Nigeria ? People now have first class, who cannot spell GRADUATE or read an article without bomb blast! Which Way Nigeria ?, Which Way Nigerians!! Is this how we will ALL sit and watch this country SINK....

American Muslims Arabic Appeal on 'Innocence of Muslims'

(WASHINGTON, D.C., 9/27/12) -- The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today released a second video appeal in Arabic to those protesting an anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims."

[NOTE: This is the third in a planned series of such videos in various languages to be released by CAIR.]

In the CAIR video, Imam Dr. Syed Abu Abdullah of the Islamic Center of Cleveland tells Arabic-speaking viewers that the U.S. government does not support and did not authorize the film. The imam also says that Muslims should not fall into the "trap" set by the film's producers. (NOTE: The appeal was produced for CAIR by Take1Media of Cleveland, Ohio.)

Earlier this month, CAIR released a similar video appeal in Arabic. In it, CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad tells viewers in the Middle East that ordinary Americans and the U.S. government should not be blamed for the religious hatred expressed in the film.

CAIR also released a video appeal in Yoruba, a language spoken by more than 20 million people, to those protesting the anti-Islam film in Nigeria and other parts of West Africa.

Video: CAIR Re-Releases Arabic Appeal on 'Innocence of Muslims'
Video: CAIR Releases Yoruba Appeal on 'Innocence of Muslims' Protests

In a news conference with national American Muslim leaders, CAIR condemned the killings of American diplomats in Libya and said that extremists must not be allowed to control the political and religious discourse worldwide.

Video: U.S. Muslim Leaders Condemn Killings of American Diplomats

CAIR had previously called on Muslims in the Middle East to ignore the distribution of the "trashy" anti-Islam film that resulted in the attacks in Libya, Egypt and other nations throughout the Muslim world.

SEE: CAIR Asks Mideast Muslims to Ignore 'Trashy' Anti-Islam Film

CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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Daniel Craig Stars Alongside SKYFALL Bond Actress Berenice Marlohe in a New Heineken Global Campaign

Daniel Craig stars alongside SKYFALL Bond actress Berenice Marlohe in an innovative new campaign.

Heineken, the world’s leading premium beer brand launched a thrilling new TV and digital campaign in anticipation of the release of the 23rd James Bond adventure, SKYFALL, which sees Daniel Craig bring his explosive portrayal of James Bond to a Heineken ad for the very first time. Challenging consumers to defy his enemies and ‘Crack the Case’, viewers will be taken on an epic train journey alongside stunning Bond newcomer Berenice Marlohe.

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Pre Order Chinua Achebe's New Book There Was A Country on Biafra

CLICK HERE TO ORDER There Was A Country: A Personal History of Biafra.

Release Date: October 11, 2012

From the legendary author of Things Fall Apart comes a longawaited memoir about coming of age with a fragile new nation, then watching it torn asunder in a tragic civil war.

Chinua Achebe's history of Biafra is a meditation on the condition of freedom. It has the tense narrative grip of the best fiction. It is also a revelatory entry into the intimate character of the writer's brilliant mind and bold spirit. Achebe has created here a new genre of literature -- Nadine Gordimer --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.

The defining experience of Chinua Achebe’s life was the Nigerian civil war, also known as the Biafran War, of 1967–1970. The conflict was infamous for its savage impact on the Biafran people, Chinua Achebe’s people, many of whom were starved to death after the Nigerian government blockaded their borders. By then, Chinua Achebe was already a world-renowned novelist, with a young family to protect. He took the Biafran side in the conflict and served his government as a roving cultural ambassador, from which vantage he absorbed the war’s full horror. Immediately after, Achebe took refuge in an academic post in the United States, and for more than forty years he has maintained a considered silence on the events of those terrible years, addressing them only obliquely through his poetry. Now, decades in the making, comes a towering reckoning with one of modern Africa’s most fateful events, from a writer whose words and courage have left an enduring stamp on world literature.

Achebe masterfully relates his experience, bothas he lived it and how he has come to understand it. He begins his story with Nigeria’s birth pangs and the story of his own upbringing as a man and as a writer so that we might come to understand the country’s promise, which turned to horror when the hot winds of hatred began to stir. To read There Was a Country is to be powerfully reminded that artists have a particular obligation, especially during a time of war. All writers, Achebe argues, should be committed writers—they should speak for their history, their beliefs, and their people.

Marrying history and memoir, poetry and prose, There Was a Country is a distillation of vivid firsthand observation and forty years of research and reflection. Wise, humane, and authoritative, it will stand as definitive and reinforce Achebe’s place as one of the most vital literary and moral voices of our age.

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About the Author

Chinua Achebe was born in Nigeria in 1930. He has published novels, short stories, essays, and children’s books. His volume of poetry Christmas in Biafra was the joint winner of the first Commonwealth Poetry Prize. Of his novels, Arrow of God won the New Statesman-Jock Campbell Award, and Anthills of the Savannah was a finalist for the 1987 Booker Prize. Things Fall Apart, Achebe’s masterpiece, has been published in fifty different languages and has sold more than ten million copies internationally since its first publication in 1958. Achebe is the recipient of the Nigerian National Merit Award, Nigeria’s highest award for intellectual achievement. In 2007, he won the Man Booker International Prize.

20 Worst Foods In America Revealed

Eat This, Not That! Authors Unveil Annual List of Worst Caloric Offenders At Restaurant and Fast-Food Chains Across the Nation in New 2013 Edition

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NEW YORK, Sept. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, authors David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding revealed their annual list of the "20 Worst Foods in America" in the new EAT THIS, NOT THAT! NEW! UPDATED 2013 EDITION (Rodale Books; ISBN: 978-160-961-824-7; Paperback, $19.99; 368 pages). The list includes the nation's worst pizza, fish, appetizer, chicken and more at major restaurant and fast-food chains across the country. The popular EAT THIS, NOT THAT! book series, which currently has more than 8 million copies in print and 15 installments, identifies unhealthy foods – in fast-food chains, restaurant chains and grocery stores – and offers healthier alternatives.

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"We can't take all the credit, but since the EAT THIS, NOT THAT! series launched five years ago, many chain restaurants like The Cheesecake Factory, IHOP, and Applebee's have rolled out low-calorie menus for health-conscious consumers," said David Zinczenko, editor-in-chief of Men's Health and author of the bestselling book series. "But despite the progress, America's restaurants still have a long way to go and our annual list highlights the worst offenders."

The list was compiled by evaluating the calorie counts, fat, sugar and sodium content, as well as portion sizes and other factors for menu items around the nation.

The Cheesecake Factory tops the list as the worst offender for the third consecutive year, this time with the French Toast Napoleon, a caloric bomb filled with indulgent ingredients like cream-drenched bread, piles of pecans, and a snowstorm of powdered sugar. The result: a breakfast with as many calories as three dozen eggs.

Top 5 Worst Foods in America 2013:
  1. Worst Food in America: The Cheesecake Factory French Toast Napoleon (2,530 calories)
  2. Worst Grilled Entree: Chili's Shiner Bock BBQ Ribs (full rack) with Cinnamon Apples and Homestyle Fries (2,310 calories)
  3. Worst Pasta Dish: The Cheesecake Factory Fettuccini Alfredo with Chicken (2,300 calories)
  4. Worst Pizza: Uno Chicago Grill Chicago Classic Individual Pizza (2,300 calories)
  5. Worst Appetizer: Outback Steakhouse Bloomin' Onion (1,949 calories)
To see the full list of 20 worst foods by category with nutrition information for each item, in addition to healthier options, pick up a copy of EAT THIS, NOT THAT! 2013 or visit:

Readers of EAT THIS, NOT THAT! 2013 will also discover:
  • The 20 Worst Kids' Foods in America: A list of the worst kids meals at chain restaurants and at the supermarket, including the "worst breakfast cereal," "worst PB&J", "worst macaroni and cheese," and more. 
  • The Year in Food 2012: The high points and the low points of the past year in the food industry, including pink slime, "all natural" food frauds, Congress approving pizza as a vegetable, and Burger King's massive brand reinvention, including new "premium" food offerings.
  • The Truth About Your Food: Unravel the mysterious ingredients list of popular fast-food choices like McDonald's Big Mac, Dunkin' Donuts' Boston Kreme Donut and KFC's Chunky Chicken Pot Pie. 
  • America 's Best Packaged Foods at the Supermarket: Strategies for ignoring the food manufacturers' advertising tricks and buying more nutrition for less money at the supermarket.
  • Cook This, Not That!: Save hundreds of dollars and thousands of calories by simply preparing these quick and delicious meals at home.
For more information on this essential guidebook for navigating American fast food and restaurant chains, visit:

The popular "Eat This, Not That!" brand, which was created by Men's Health Editor-in-Chief David Zinczenko with Matt Goulding, identifies unhealthy foods in fast-food chains, restaurant chains and grocery stores and offers healthier alternatives. It currently has more than 8 million books in print nationwide with 15 installments, a stand-alone website ( and multiple iPhone applications. Eat This, Not That! is a regularly-branded series on The Today Show, has been featured as an hour-long segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show, and has become one of the most popular blogs in Yahoo! history.

David Zinczenko with Matt Goulding
Pub date: September 18, 2012
ISBN: 978-160-961-824-7
368 pages

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When Hollywood Photography Is An Imitation Of Art

As an artist and a writer since my childhood as an art prodigy, I have been fascinated by the artistry and imagery in the geometry and symmetry of creation I always see on earth. National Geographic has captured some of the most spectacular images of the earth; people, places, events, etc.

I have seen the best of naturalism and impressionism in Art Histry before I chose impressionism and had the opportunity to be exhibited internationally in Japan when I was only 20 and had my illustrations used by Johns Hopkins University's Communication Center when I was 21 and 1 million copies of my life drawings for family planning booklets were distributed all over Nigeria in Pidgin English, Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa languages and I also produced more for PATH in Seattle, Washington, when I was 22 and produced more on nomadic education for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) when I was 26 after working as a UNICEF program consultant at 25 and curated the first ever Arts Against AIDS national exhibitions at the National Museum and National Theatre in Lagos when I was 30. I had a solo exhibition hosted by the Nigerian Queen of Models Yemi Fawaz in 1994 before I abandoned Art to concentrate my genius on Literature, drama and TV/Film productions.

My interest in Fine Art was rekindled recently when I saw the photographs of Hollywood divas Scarlett Johansson, Kiera Knightley and Miley Cyrus Unclad poses and was struck by their imitation of classical nude paintings.

I have been awed by the Vanity Fair magazine cover photograph of Scarlett Johansson and Kiera Knightley posing for designer Tom Ford, because it could pass for a masterpiece of classical nude paintings of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (July 15, 1606 ?October 4, 1669). Like Rembrandt’s Andromeda, Susanna, Diana and her Nymphs, Danaë, Bathsheba and others. In fact, the semi semi nude photograph of Miley Cyrus is a complete imitation of classical painting.

I can post the photograph of Miley Cyrus here, but that of the my muses Scarlett Johansson and Kiera Knightley in the nude cannot be posted here. You can see it and the video on classical nude paintings on

First Nollywood Outdoor Cinema Workshop In Nigeria

Screen Outdoor Open Air Cinema will present the first Nollywood Outdoor Cinema Workshop
November 28-30, 2012,
Lagos, Nigeria.

It is the first ever outdoor cinema workshop in Nigeria
For only 40 participants
Fee N25, 000 only per person.

You will learn all the latest technology in outdoor cinema business to start your own outdoor cinema with equipment from Open Air Cinema USA.

Screen Outdoor Open Air Cinema is duly registered to operate outdoor cinema business in Nigeria.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Rihanna’s Occultist Tattoo of Goddess Isis is Evil

'Always in and on my heart': Rihanna honours late grandmother with tattoo of Goddess Isis spanning across her ribcage. This is Rihanna's 19th tattoo.

Rihanna’s Occultist Tattoo of Isis is Evil

Why would super Pop star Rihanna choose to honour her late grandmother with the cultist tattoo of the Egyptian goddess Isis also known in Ancient Greek as Ἶσις?
Only those who are members of the Cult of Isis bear this mark and other similar symbols of the goddess.

No matter the excuses and pretensions of her ignorance, Rihanna cannot live in denial of the truth of the symbolism of this evil tattoo of Egyptian occultism and idolatry.

According to history:
The cult of Isis was popular throughout Egypt, but her most important temples were at Behbeit El-Hagar in the Nile delta, and, beginning in the reign with Nectanebo I (380–362 BCE), on the island of Philae in Upper Egypt.

In the typical form of her myth, Isis was the first daughter of Geb, god of the Earth, and Nut, goddess of the Sky, and she was born on the fourth intercalary day. She married her brother, Osiris, and she conceived Horus by him. Isis was instrumental in the resurrection of Osiris when he was murdered by Set. Using her magical skills, she restored his body to life after having gathered the body parts that had been strewn about the earth by Set.

This myth became very important during the Greco-Roman period. For example it was believed that the Nile River flooded every year because of the tears of sorrow which Isis wept for Osiris. Osiris's death and rebirth was relived each year through rituals. The worship of Isis eventually spread throughout the Greco-Roman world, continuing until the suppression of paganism in the Christian era.
Most Egyptian deities were first worshipped by very local cults, and they retained those local centres of worship even as their popularity spread, so that most major cities and towns in Egypt were known as the home of a particular deity. The origins of the cult of Isis are uncertain, but it is believed that she was originally an independent and popular deity in predynastic times, prior to 3100 BCE, at Sebennytos in the Nile delta.

Oando Foundation Launches Effort to Transform African Education

26 September 2012 14:00 Africa/Lagos

Oando Foundation Launches Effort to Transform African Education at 2012 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting

NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Oando Foundation – the philanthropic arm of Oando PLC, one of Africa's leading indigenous energy solutions providers – is attending the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting this week to emphasize the urgent need to transform education in Nigeria and across the African continent. The Foundation is calling on government, business and donor organizations to make the investments necessary for Nigeria to meet the Millennium Development Goals to achieve universal primary education and lower poverty rates.

Established in 2005 by former U.S. President Bill Clinton, CGI convenes a community of global leaders to address the world's most pressing challenges and forge solutions. The Oando Foundation is a CGI member and for the first time will pledge a Commitment to Action to address the urgent need for sustainable development across Nigeria's education sector. As Africa's most populous nation, this commitment promises to transform education for more than 60,000 children in 100 public primary schools by 2015.

"We know that knowledge is the bedrock of world-class aspirations," said Wale Tinubu, Group Chief Executive of Oando PLC. "To ensure future generations of Africans can compete on the global stage, we need to ensure excellence at every point in the education experience."

The Oando Foundation is improving the quality of education at every level – investing in infrastructure, ICT capacity building, teacher training, scholarships, creative centers, potable water, books and other materials. The Foundation is also putting early learning centers in its funded schools. The Foundation is working with the Federal Government of Nigeria to shape education policy and the Local Government Education Authority to implement best practices at the primary school level. The Foundation also partners with the State Universal Board of Basic Education, the private-sector and NGOs to provide the resources and expertise necessary to improve education.

According to Nigeria's National Bureau of Statistics the country's GDP growth rate was 7.68 percent in 2011. By comparison, the United States' growth rate for the same period is estimated at 2.30 percent. In a nation of more than 158 million people where more than 60 percent of the population is under age 25, improving education is critical to ensuring Nigeria achieves its potential and remains an economic anchor in the region.

About the Oando Foundation. The Oando Foundation was established in 2011 with the aim to create long-term shared values. It has a proud heritage of reinvesting in the community with a focus on strategic partnerships with government, the private sector, NGOs and civil society. The Foundation is funded by independent contributions and corporate contributions. Oando PLC currently provides 1 percent of its annual pretax profit to fund Foundation priorities. Today 80 percent of Oando's giving is committed to primary education and 20 percent goes to special projects designed to address other key social issues. Learn more about the Foundation at

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10:30 Global Diabetes Devices and Drugs Market is Expected to Reach USD 98.4 Billion in 2018: Transparency Market Research
10:18 FIFA President Joseph Blatter Congratulates Host Azerbaijan at the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup
10:05 Family, Baby & Maternity Feature Package
08:00 Global Lighting Partnership to Lead Transformation in Corporate Real Estate
07:00 Online Firms Are Leading the Charge for Sustainable CSR Online Firms Are Leading the Charge for Sustainable CSR
06:53 Minister Terzi meets with Foreign Minister of Kenya Sam K. Ongeri
06:26 Migrants and the Mediterranean, next stop: Italy – UN expert continues study on EU external borders
05:38 Tunisia: UN and African experts on rights defenders in first official visit to North Africa since ‘Arab Spring'
04:32 Ozwald Boateng, Atlantic Energy et Made in Africa Foundation Soutiennent le « Plan Marshall » de 22 Milliards de Dollars de la BAD pour l'Afrique
04:00 STAAR Surgical To Highlight New Direct Selling Presence During Society of Spanish Ophthalmologists Conference
00:41 Equatorial Guinea Focuses On Problem-Solving, Bilateral Cooperation At UN General Assembly
00:09 Building Tomorrow Receives Major Gift at Clinton Global Initiative
25 Sep 2012
15:58 Invitation aux journalistes - Devoilement en avant-premiere de rarissimes pieces de la grande exposition Arts du Nigeria dans les collections privees francaises au Musee de la civilisation a Quebec
09:11 Attack in Nigeria: Minister Terzi's reaction
08:12 Ozwald Boateng, Atlantic Energy et Made In Africa Foundation apportent leur soutien au « plan Marshall » de 22 milliards $ conçu par la BAfD pour l'Afrique
07:41 Oswald Boateng: Atlantic Energy & Made in Africa Foundation Supports AfDB's $22bn “Marshall Plan” for Africa
24 Sep 2012
20:36 Ozwald Boateng, Atlantic Energy & Made In Africa Foundation Support AfDB's $22bn "Marshall Plan" for Africa Forecasts New-Car Sales to Reach 1,140,000 Units In September

26 Sep 2012 10:00 Africa/Lagos Forecasts New-Car Sales to Reach 1,140,000 Units In September
Kelley Blue Book Predicts Overall Annual Sales Gains Between 7 and 10 Percent through Year-End

IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- September new-car sales will hit a 14.3 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in September, slightly down from the 14.5 million SAAR achieved in August, according to Kelley Blue Book, the leading provider of new car and used car information. This equates to an 8 percent year-over-year improvement, which is well below last month's 20 percent year-over-year increase. Although September sales do not appear as strong as August, to grasp the full picture, the sales environment at this time last year must be considered.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

There Are Over 60 Million Generators in Nigeria

"Currently, there are about 60 million generators in Nigeria at the ratio of one per household of 2.5 people with an annual spending of N1.6 trillion."

~ Dr. Kabir Usman, Director-General of Centre for Management Development.

Dr Usman further said that the presence of the too many generators has caused many deaths in the nation as a result of carbon monoxide emission.

He revealed that the Nigeria's highly inadequate supply of electricity adds 40 per cent to the cost of goods produced in the country. According to him, "the situation has compelled many industries to either shut down or relocate to neighbouring countries."

He also said that the poorest Nigerians paid more than N80/kwh burning candles, kerosene and firewood while manufacturers paid between N45 and N60/kwh on diesel to run their generators.

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Men Are Cheap

  • Men are exposed to and click on more Facebook ads
  • On average, ads targeting men cost less through the cost-per-thousand impressions ($0.16 male / $0.20 female) and cost-per-click ($0.51 male / $0.68 female) pricing models
  • Ads targeting men achieved superior Exposure Rates, reaching a larger percentage of their unique audiences

Men Are Cheap, Finds New Resolution Media and Kenshoo Social Facebook Advertising Study
12-month study of 65 billion impressions reveals men cost less to reach with Facebook ads and respond better.

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Monday, September 24, 2012

Single Girl Infects 90 People with HIV/AIDS

Single Girl Infects 90 People with HIV/AIDS

The shocking news of a 1st year student at Moi University who infected 90 people with HIV/AIDS virus in only 60 days has sent shivers down the spines of those who had sex with her, their lovers, spouses and others in relationship with them after the girl even went ahead to expose their names to the Kenyan Daily Post.

Another female student at University of Nairobi also claimed that she infected 322 men with HIV/AIDS.
“I am a student and I am HIV-positive. I swore I would spread the thing because I got infected during my first experience. I have slept with 322 guys in my campus and two outside. I wanted to infect 2,500 people but the guilt is now killing me,” she said in a text message she sent to a close friend.

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David Disiere Southlake Aviation Awarded $32-Million Damages in Congo Gold Smuggling Case

Smuggled gold.

21 Sep 2012 23:00 Africa/Lagos

David Disiere Southlake Aviation Awarded $32-Million Damages in Congo Gold Smuggling Case

DALLAS, Sept. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In a civil trial that sounded like a real life James Bond spy novel, a Dallas County Jury awarded Southlake Aviation, owned by Dallas business executive David Disiere, $32.4 million in damages against Houston based oil company, CAMAC International, its subsidiary CAMAC Aviation, and Mickey Lawal CAMAC's Vice President of African Operations.

The case stemmed from a scheme in which CAMAC International and its officers used a Gulfstream V jet leased from David Disiere's Southlake Aviation to try to spirit more than ten thousands pounds of gold bullion out of the Democratic Republic of the Congo with help from General Bosco Ntaganda, a notorious Congolese warlord.

Following the verdict, Southlake Aviation's President, David Disiere praised the jury's decision, "twelve citizens saw through a smoke-and- mirrors defense put on by the CAMAC's attorneys and clearly found that CAMAC caused my company to loose a $43 million dollar aircraft in a greedy scheme that violated the U.S. Trading With The Enemy Act."

The jury heard riveting testimony from a diamond trader involved in the scheme describing how CAMAC executives Kase Lawal, Mickey Lawal, and Kamoru Lawal arranged to exchange two-oversized suitcases stuffed with six-and-half million dollars in cash for ten boxes of gold delivered by General Bosco Ntaganda's armed forces.

An investigation of the smuggling incident by the United Nations Security Council found that CAMAC and its three top executives, Kase Lawal, Mickey Lawal, and Kamoru Lawal were dealing with "individuals operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and committing serious violations of international law involving the targeting of children or women in situations of armed conflict."

Kase Lawal, Mickey Lawal, and Kamoru Lawal who are Nigerian American brothers invoked their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination hundreds of times during their testimony in the case.

Houston energy executive, Kase Lawal the former CEO of CAMAC International and the current CEO of the publically traded CAMAC Energy Inc. was appointed to a White House Trade Advisory position by President Obama and serves on the boards of the Houston Port and Airport Authorities.

David Disiere, the Dallas business executive and owner of Southlake Aviation, told the jury how he was shocked to get a call in the dead of night informing him that his company's 43-million dollar Gulfstream V jet aircraft loaded with ten boxes of gold had been confiscated in Goma by authorities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on February 5, 2011. The jury's verdict also included compensation of more than 535-thousand dollars for repairing damage done the to the aircraft's interior passenger compartment during the loading of the gold.

Because Southlake Aviation's aircraft was confiscated in the Congo, VFS Financing a subsidiary of General Electric, automatically placed Southlake Aviation's loan to purchase the Gulfstream V in default, accelerated the entire balance, and repossessed the aircraft.

Testimony in the case and the investigation by the United Nations also indicated that former Houston Rocket's basketball star Dikembe Mutombo acted as an intermediary in the gold smuggling scheme.

Testimony in the case showed that David Disiere had never met the Lawal brothers. Disiere testified that CAMAC had signed a three-year lease for Southlake's Gulfstream V jet and claiming it would use the jet was to travel between its Houston headquarters and oil operations in Nigeria.

The jury agreed with David Disiere's testimony that CAMAC and its officers violated the terms of the aircraft's lease by using it in an outlaw region of Africa.

Case Information: CAUSE NO. DC-11-04005, 134th Judicial District, Dallas County, Texas

SOURCE Southlake Aviation

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