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Monday, 10 July 2017

OUR EXPERIENCE BY THE AFFECTED AREA IN LAGOS


Many could not attend church service, because they could not leave their houses or were busy scooping water out of the homes.
Some residents told our reporter should the rain continue, it would render them homeless/many have already lost properties worth millions of naira.
A resident, Chima, who works in a private firm in Ajah, said he had been trapped in the office since Saturday and could not take the risk of entering the flood for fear of being drowned.
“I became very apprehensive when the rain persisted yesterday (Saturday). I just realised that the flood had gained ground and the entire place was flooded. So many cars here have been submerged. My major problem is that I am hungry, I can’t even go out to eat and nobody can come to this area to bring food for me, I have been drinking water and tea since yesterday evening. If this rain continues, I don’t know what I would do”.
Donatus Ezekiel said he was trapped in his car along Lekki Ajah road, adding that he had to abandon his car in the middle of the road after it was taken over by flood water.
“I have never seen this kind of flood before. I don’t stay in Lekki, I was going to attend a friend’s birthday party on Saturday. If I had known it was like this, I wouldn’t have gone out of my house”, a sober Ezekiel lamented.
While some residents blamed the government for not being proactive, some attributed the cause to neglect of environmental warnings.
Another resident, Lawal Bakare, said on his facebook wall, “This continuous rain is not new, we have just neglected its environmental impact…in fact we worsen the prognosis with our bad ecological decisions. #UnSmartCities We can’t be passive about our aspirations.”
Another resident, Adeseila Adegboyega Henry, said: “Well we don’t have to blame the government for this, Lagos is lower than the sea, that area bordering the ocean is the most vulnerable. So there is nothing the government can do except the Holland method but even in Holland it took hundreds of years to build those dykes and they still fail sometimes.
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Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Check out photo of Lord's chosen bride and aher wedding gown

The pretty bride, Chichi Uzoezie, shared the photos from her wedding held at The Lords Chosen Church on her social media page.
She wrote:
"I have to say I love Chosen Church and my wedding was wonderful"

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Bomb explosion in dortmund

BREAKING: Explosion hits bus of German football club Borussia Dortmund, injuring one person

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Our hatred for those unlike us

For the human being, there is the deep-seated belief that we are the best version there could be. We never want to consider, even for a moment, that maybe there is a better way than ours. This is not as simple as having a healthy self-esteem. In fact, there is nothing healthy about this bull-headed sense of our own rightness and perfection. Every other person needs to change but not us.
I am a Christian; anybody who isn’t has not found THE WAY
I am Yoruba, any other tribe is inferior
I am a man, people of the other gender should submit to me
I am married, singles should give me due respect solely for that reason
I am a lawyer/attorney; I am the only learned fellow
I am a soldier; every other person is a bloody civilian
I am a journalist, every other person is uninformed
I am a mother, barren women hardly qualify as women
I am rich, poor people are lazy slobs
I am slender, overweight people are gross
I am heterosexual, homosexuals should be hanged
We instinctively believe that there is something inherently defective in those unlike us. They are incomplete, they have a screw missing, they are faulty projects completed in a hurry.
A task we are not ready to undertake is to consider that there doesn’t have to be one perfect example of specie.
That a Christian and a Muslim just have a different interpretation of the same God.
That a man complements a woman much the same way a woman complements a man.
That a journalist needs uninformed people for him to remain relevant and in business.
That though a lawyer could be learned, he may not know the intricacies of his car the way an auto-mechanic does.
That having children of one’s own blood is not what qualifies a woman for the title of mother.
That marriage never adds to people’s intelligence quotient.
That the gay guy you so much despise was a victim of sexual abuse of such an extent you couldn’t have survived.
That the so called deficiencies we see in others are simply another form of expression that add colour and flavour to this world we have such a short time staying at.
Free yourself. Embrace diversity. Appreciate differences.
We are all unique.
We all are entwined in a way we cannot explain. We need each other to excel and no matter how superior you think you are, you cannot survive alone.
Learn to accommodate people and also view the world from the eyes of another. It makes the world a beautiful place.

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Responsive landing template for promoting products and services

While browsing through themeforest some few minutes ago, I stumbled on a responsive landing page template which looks cool for setting up websites that can showcase products and services. It can be used to promote your company, product, accommodation, real estate, event, ebook or app.
It is an HTML landing page. So, no need installing WordPress or Joomla before you can use it. All you need do, is to upload the files to your web server, make changes to the files as desired and you are good to go. It supports opt-in forms and details captured in the forms can be sent directly to your email address. It's fully integrated with MailChimp lists and you can also use integration codes from
mailerlite , madmimi, aweber etc

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See photo of eastern palm university built by imo state governor rochas okorocha

As shared by Emeka.....
'Rochas Is Working.
Behold the Eastern Palm University Ogboko IMO State.
A State government owned university, built by Owelle Dr Rochas Okorocha,the executive governor of IMO State.
Owelle Rochas Anayo Okorocha started this prestigious and federal government approved university from foundation to the level or stage it is today.
About 3000 vacancies have been advertised by the university management.
IMO youths and graduates would be gainfully employed here.
Job,Job,Job,Employment, Employment and Employment.
IMO is better.
Owelle Rochas Okorocha is perfectly working'.

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