Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Kwara @ 50: Today's line up

The Media and Publicity Sub-Committee of the Kwara State 50th Anniversary invites you to the following events coming up today, 23/5/2017

1. A Public Lecture on Socio-Economic Development of Kwara State: An Agenda for the Future, holding at the Banquet Hall, opposite Government House, Ilorin by 10am. Guest Speaker is Dr. (Mrs.) Sarah O. Alade (Former Deputy Governor, CBN).

2. A free stage play by Dele Odule, holding at the Banquet Hall, opposite Government House, Ilorin, by 5.

Thank you.

#PrayForManchester: Football World reacts as 19 killed in Suspected UK Terror Attack

At least 19 people have bern confirmed killed in a suspected terror attack in Manchester Arena, late on Monday night, with over 50 wounded and the football world has begun to mourn the tragic loss of life.
The Manchester Arena is in the city center, two miles north of Manchester United‘s Old Trafford and two miles west of Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium.
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) in a statement said that it is treating the incident as a terrorist attack, and warned the public to avoid the area.
Just before 22:35 on Monday May 22, 2017, police were called to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena,” the GMP statement reads.
So far 19 people have been confirmed dead, with around 50 others injured. This is currently being treated as a terrorist incident until police know otherwise.”
 UK Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the incident and said the government is working to establish the full details of what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack. She sends condolences to the families of those who have been affected.

All political parties will suspend campaigning ahead of next month’s General Election for what will be a period of national mourning.

Kwara @ 50: Images From Kwara Has Talents Show, organized as part of Kwara @ 50

As part of the ongoing celebration of Kwara state at 50, there was a talent show yesterday. Top artistes like Pasuma, CDQ, Tony Tetuila, Labiaka and others performed at the event.

The traditional rulers honoured the state by joining the Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed to cut Anniversary cake.

More pictures below:

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Enjoy the luxury of a hotel with the convenience of your own apartment at a serviced apartment in ILORIN

Sidney Apartments is the best serviced apartment in Ilorin, the capital of Kwara state. Sidney Apartments stand apart from your average hotel room with their range of extra facilities and services, making your trip to the Kwara capital all the more comfortable and convenient.

It is suitable for Families, business guests or just anybody looking to stay for an extended period of time. Sidney apartments come with cooking appliances, living rooms, parking spaces, airport transfer, freewifi, and a standby generator and are still serviced on a daily or weekly basis depending on your preference.

If you want a peaceful and refined stay in Ilorin, Sidney apartments is the best place to stay.

For bookings and more info pls call 09098654905

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Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Chrissy Teigen Unhurt After Being Involved in Hit and Run Car Accident Near Hollywood

Not even celebrities can escape an unfortunate car accident. Chrissy Teigen was involved in a hit and run accident around 7:30 p.m. local time in Hollywood this Tuesday evening. 
Wife of John Legend was the passenger of the vehicle that was hit. She ultimately sustained no injuries.
An unnamed suspect was arrested by Hollywood division on misdemeanor hit and run.
Earlier in the day, Chrissy appeared to be in great spirits on Snapchat where she shared a throwback photo of herself.

British parliament will get vote on final Brexit deal

British lawmakers will get a vote on the deal Prime Minister Theresa May makes with the EU before Brexit is finalised, the government said on Tuesday said.
During the second day of debate on amendments to the bill which will trigger negotiations for Britain’s EU divorce, Brexit Minister David Jones announced that the British parliament would be allowed to vote on the deal before the European parliament.
The announcement seemed to signal a concession to calls to give parliament more say in negotiations with the EU.
But when lawmakers questioned what would happen if parliament declined to accept the deal brokered by the government, Jones confirmed the vote would be held on a “take it or leave it” basis.
May previously promised that she would be prepared to walk away from a bad deal for Britain.
But many members of parliament are concerned about her claim that “no deal is better than a bad deal”, as it could leave the country stuck with World Trade Organization tariffs.
They argue that there can be no “meaningful” vote if parliament is pushed into backing an EU deal because the only other option is no deal at all.
Jones told parliament he could give no assurance there would be further negotiations if lawmakers rejected the final deal, but said he was confident the choice would be meaningful.

You may have to present your social media passwords before getting U.S. visa – Homeland Security Chief, John Kelly

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary, John Kelly has said that in order to tighten security in the country, visa applicants, especially those from seven Muslim-majority countries that were temporarily banned from entering the U.S may be required to provide their social media passwords.
He made this known to a hearing of the Homeland Security Committee.
“We’re looking at some enhanced or some additional screening.
We may want to get on their social media, with passwords.
It’s very hard to truly vet these people in these countries, the seven countries. But if they come in, we want to say, what websites do they visit, and give us your passwords. So we can see what they do on the internet
These are the things we are thinking about. But over there we can ask them for this kind of information and if they truly want to come to America, then they will cooperate. If not, next in line,” Kelly said.
Kelly stressed that no decision had been made, but tighter screening would be implemented, even if it means longer delays for awarding U.S. visas to visitors.
President Trump‘s immigration ban on the seven Muslim-majority countries has since been suspended following a court order.
Kelly regretted that the order may have been rolled out too quickly.
“The thinking was to get it out quick so potentially people coming here to harm us would not take advantage,” of a delay, he said.
He said that it wasn’t a ban on Muslims as critics have charged, but a “temporary pause” on immigrants and visitors from countries about whose residents the U.S. can’t access solid information.
He defended the order and sought to take responsibility for the chaotic rollout, saying the confusion was “all on me.”
“Going forward, I would have certainly taken some time to inform the Congress, and certainly that’s something I’ll do in the future,” he said.
Source: Sky News

Must read; Shocking story of a real life Necrophilliac

This story is very creepy. A twitter user shared it on twitter last night. Yall need to read this yourselves;

Bonang Matheba and her man AKA are smoking hot in new photos

South African model and TV personality Bonanag Mathebe and her man, rapper AKA, look ravishing in recently-released photos.

The images, show them both looking gorgeous and fierce.
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Oluibadan and his wife loving up in new photos

Baba is 88 and he's still getting it. Lol

He took this picture in London with his two Oloris. We love their love.