Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Actress and super model Synthia Emade has had her engagement called off by her striker man Clinton Nje

According to a close source, the multitalented Cameroonian beauty Synthia Emade and the striker Nje Clinton call off their engagement three weeks to traditional wedding.

Although not yet confirmed by her PR team and herself, the rumour goes on to reveal further that the reason behind the sudden call off of their wedding was because, Nje Clinton found out Synthia Emade was still  seeing her ex boyfriend .

From further investigations, I ask, could she be pregnant? There is reason to believe the richest guy maybe the  father to Synthia Emade's unborn child.

We tried contacting the striker but still no comment from him or management team as he is buzy settling in his new team; Tottenham Hotspur just completed the signing of this Cameroon international Clinton Nje.

As for the miss heritage, she is buzy promoting her new movie "smokesScreen" which she co-produced and stared in. This self proclaimed movie will air on Cameroon's national television CRTV.

We are still awaiting further outcome from our ongoing investigation and feedback from her PR TEAM. We will keep you updated.

Saturday, 22 August 2015


Tia Norfleet has an amazing story. As the first ever African American female to get behind the wheel of a NASCAR vehicle, she is blazing trails and burning up tracks. Norfleet says that her mother is a pastor, so she is a woman of God. She also says that she started off driving the family mini-van when she was just eight years old.

Tia Norfleet is the first and only African American female race care driver to be licenced with NASCAR….

From the New York Times:

“Ms. Norfleet is one of thousands of individuals who have purchased licenses in the Late Model Division of our sport,” NASCAR Vice President for Public Affairs and Multicultural Development Marcus Jadotte said in an e-mail. “I am uncomfortable with attempts Ms. Norfleet and her representatives have made to forgo the sport’s development process.”

 Red flag!! Apparently, she may have lied about her identity.

Nascar officials said they were also concerned with questions about Norfleet’s legal record. Public records indicate that Tia Norfleet’s full name is Shauntia Latrice Norfleet, and that she has a criminal record in Virginia and Georgia. (No public records were found with the name Tia Norfleet.) According to her Web site, her hometown is Augusta, Ga.
Court records show that in 2005 and 2009, Norfleet was found guilty of assault and drug-related offenses. 
Norfleet did not deny having a criminal record.
“People make mistakes in their life and move forward and make a better way,” she said in a telephone interview. “I think things that I’ve done, people make mistakes, as a child, as a teen, and basically, it’s things that you may not be proud of but you move forward and you help others. And they may be in the same situation and you can relate and they can relate to you, and you help them as much as possible.”

Warren Buffett's Fear May Just Be Your Proven Opportunity

Are you an investor, or new to the game? well admitting fear is difficult. But CEO Warren Buffett may just have.

So you can imagine how shocked I was to find out Warren Buffett recently told a select number of investors about the cutting-edge technology that's keeping him awake at night.

This past May, The Motley Fool sent 8 of its best stock analysts to Omaha, Nebraska to attend the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholder meeting. CEO Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charlie Munger fielded questions for nearly 6 hours.

The catch was: Attendees weren't allowed to record any of it. No audio. No video.

Team of analysts wrote down every single word Buffett and Munger uttered. Over 16,000 words. But only two words stood out to many as the detailed transcript of the event was read: which were "Real threat."

That's how Buffett responded when asked about this emerging market that is already expected to be worth more than $2 trillion in the U.S. alone. Google has already put some of its best engineers behind the technology powering this trend.

The amazing thing is, while Buffett may be nervous, the rest of us can invest in this new industry BEFORE the old money realizes what hit them.

KPMG advises we’re “on the cusp of revolutionary change” coming much “sooner than you think."

Even one legendary MIT professor had to recant his position that the technology was “beyond the capability of computer science.” (He recently confessed to The Wall Street Journal that he’s now a believer and amazed “how quickly this technology caught on.”)

Think about how many amazing technologies you've watched soar to new heights while you kick yourself thinking, "I knew about that technology before everyone was talking about it, but I just sat on my hands."

Don't let that happen again. This time, it should be your family telling you, "I can't believe you knew about and invested in that technology so early on."

That's why I hope you take just a few minutes to access the exclusive research our team of analysts has put together on this industry and one stock positioned to capitalize on this major shift.

Migrant is a word that strips suffering people of voice

The argument that most of those risking everything to land on Europe’s shores are doing it for money is not supported by the facts.

According to the UN, the overwhelming majority of these people are escaping war. The largest group are fleeing Syria, a country in which an estimated 220,000 to more than 300,000 people have been killed during its appalling and escalating war.

Many others come from Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Eritrea and Somalia – all places from which people are commonly given asylum.

There is no "migrant" crisis in the Mediterranean. There is a very large number of refugees fleeing unimaginable misery and danger and a smaller number of people trying to escape the sort of poverty that drives some to desperation.

Migrant is a word that strips suffering people of voice. Substituting it for refugee is – in the smallest way – an attempt to give some back.

Announcement: African Waste Management Exhibition, Conference and Awards

The benefit of an exhibition in the world of marketing and development process cannot be over emphasized hence we wish to seek for your cooperation to come and showcase your products and services during the above exhibition, conferences event, with a view to open the yearning of our desired audience to the large and untapped waste management opportunities and gain in Africa, this event will interface exhibitors with possible opportunities.

This exhibition and conference is expected amongst other benefits expose participants to identify their waste management challenges, as exhibitors and speakers will hand down handy proffered solutions that will address the various modern waste management methods, pointing out clearly the opportunities and gains of effective waste management. While good work will also be rewarded during this event. 

This maiden edition proposed to hold in the exhibition hall of the prestigious Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos from 21st - 23rd October 2015.Government and the other stakeholders can use this forum to address key issues, so that at the end of exhibition participates and all stakeholders will use opportunities created for planning, good governance, promotion of trade and services.

Attendees for African management exhibition shall provide productions and services from all over the globe in over 50 categories including:
▪ Anaerobic Digestion
▪ Balers▪ Brakes
▪ Business Services
▪ Collection & Transfer
▪ Compactors
▪ Compostable Plastics
▪ Compositing Equipment
▪ Composting system & Technologies Shredders
▪ Computer Hardware & Software▪ Construction & Demolition
▪ Container
▪ Fleet Safety
▪ Hazardous Waste Equipment & Services
▪ Hydraulic Components▪ Landfill Equipment & Services
▪ Loader
▪ Material Handling
▪ Medical & Infectious waste
▪ Odour Control Equipment
▪ Organics Recycling
▪ Recycling Equipment & Companies
▪ Recycling Systems
▪ Refuse & Recycling Equipment
▪ Refuse Truck Bodies and Chasis
▪ Safety Equipment
▪ Truck Equipment
▪ Waste Service Companies
▪ Waste-to-Energy products and Services
▪ Wastewater treatment
▪ Wireless Communication.

We will appreciate your early response to enable us send you more details on the event as the event will provide a successful platform for business in this continent.Very comfortable hotels are available within the vicinity of the Landmark Centre and we will assist in booking and negotiation for discounts if exhibitors desire.We encourage you to be one of the early birds with discount schedule in form provided. 

Download our registration form and other information for further actions HERE

Contact us:

74, Ogba Shopping Arcade, Ijaiye-Ogba, Lagos.
Phone: 08023085407, 08185424487, 08079799663, 08187515916

Friday, 21 August 2015

Mrs Tonto Dikeh showed off her wedding ring on Instagram

Today, its no news Tonto Dikeh's availability is zero 'no vacancy' huhhh!!!! The newly married actress showed off her wedding ring on Instagram a few minutes ago, stating that she had to wait a while for the ring to come, however she stated it was all worth the wait.

She wrote ‘Had to wait a while for my Ring to come but when it came, it was the best any girl could wish for. I love my husband so much.

‪#‎ThePatientDogGetsTheFattestBone‬ ‪#‎CanaryYellowFromAustralia‬‪#‎Weddingband‬ ‪#‎MrsX‬ ‪#‎MrsChurchill‬ ‪#‎LUCKY‬ AM IN LOVE WITH MY BEST FRIEND’.

A team of students in the University of Lagos built an eco-friendly car

According to these UNILAG undergraduates, the car doesn't emit gas, it doesn't utilize fossil fuel. They built the car under the Project Dove Initiative and have successfully completed their first model, Dove P1, making use of locally sourced materials and building it right here in the university of Lagos. Very empowering initiative and well done to them. Hope this takes them further than Nigeria and Africa.

Monday, 17 August 2015

she had no idea who he was all time long

student tutored Samuel Eto’o for months without knowing who he was. It was in 2012 when Samuel Eto’o left FC barcelone for Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia. To ease his integration in the various teams he would play for, the striker looked for a tutor that could help him improve on his language skills. He finally had Rebecca prew, a French and Russian graduate from Leeds University as tutor. She spent months with Eto’o teaching him English without knowing that she was dealing with the highest paid football player at the time

“I had no idea who he was, which I think got me the job. They said they wanted someone who could teach him without being awestruck. “She told.

Par Michele Fante

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Mozambique Completly Revokes Anti-Gay Law

Mixed reactions from Mozambicans over the scrapping of Anti-Gay Law in Mozambique. Mozambique has overturned an anti-gay law which has been on the law books since Portuguese colonial times.A new penal code, signed into law in December last, came into effect on Monday 29th June 2015, and effectively decriminalizes homosexuality, which has been a crime in Mozambique since 1886.
Last year, Mozambique revised a Penal Code that had been in effect, with some amendments, since it was a Portuguese colony. In the process, legislators removed a section that allowed “security measures” to be taken against people “who habitually engage in vices against nature.” Acceptable measures in response to those “vices against nature” included requiring a bond to assure good behavior, putting violators on probation, or confining them to a workhouse or agricultural colony for up to three years. Because of that section of the Penal Code, arguments occasionally erupted over whether Mozambique deserved to be included in lists of countries with anti-gay laws.

Mozambique: Victory For LGBT Community As Anti-Gay Law Removed

According to many, it is important to recognize human rights while others said homosexuality goes against African culture.
"The world is getting crazy. Africans are very weak in preserving their culture. They think that everything a white man does is marvelous," said Thomas Johannes, an official from the ruling Frelimo party in the northern Nampula province.
"Africans are not prepared for this type of society and life," said Jose Tembe, a journalists working for Radio Mozambique, adding that families rejecting their gay children could be "a catastrophe."
"All Mozambicans have freedom of expression, of forming a party or association, of doing anything he or she wants. So what is the problem of lifting the gay law?" asked Ana Maria Sambo, a high school teacher in the capital Maputo.
However, the Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, as quoted in AllAfrica, states:

“Homosexuality is not, and never has been, illegal in Mozambique. The colonial Penal Code, as amended in 1954, contained a clause which thundered against ‘those who habitually engage in vices against nature,’ ” [because] Portuguese legislators had been too coy to mention gay sex explicitly, and so a meaningless clause entered the statute books, which no court could act upon.”

Mozambique’s LGBTI advocacy organization, Lambda, can celebrate the repeal of the country’s anti-gay law, but it has not yet won its battle for official government recognition, which it has been seeking since 2008. (Photo from Lambda’s website)
“The new Penal Code sweeps away a great deal of the musty colonial legacy, including the mention of ‘vices against nature.’ Now not even the most contorted of arguments could claim that acts of gay sex between consenting adults are somehow illegal.”

Last year, Lambda renewed its campaign for official recognition. As SOGI News reported:

“In a ploy to avoid registering the group, the Ministry of Justice, which is tasked with this responsibility, has been conspicuous by their silence by not responding to any of the organisation’s applications since 2008. Under the country’s laws, any group of ten or more Mozambican citizens, over the age of 18, can form an association, and legal registration should not take more than 45 days.”

AllAfrica reported:

“United Nations Human Rights Council [in 2011] … recommended that Mozambique should register ‘the organisations which work on questions of sexual orientation and gender identity.’ But still the Ministry remained mute.

“In February 2013, Lambda submitted a complaint to the ombudsman, Jose Abudo. He too did not bother to reply. In June 2013, Lambda submitted a protest to the petitions commission of the Mozambican parliament, the Assembly of the Republic.
“In September 2013, Justice Minister Benvinda Levi finally granted an audience to Lambda. But still Lambda did not receive the legal recognition it had requested.
“Also in September 2013, Lambda protested to the National Human Rights Commission. This was another body that did not reply – even when, in June [2014], Lambda submitted a ‘request for rapidity’ to the Commission.”
In November 2014, Lambda took out a full-page newspaper advertisement to put pressure on the government to act. The advertisement stated that Lambda exists “to promote the self-esteem, positive visibility, sexual health and the economic, social and political rights” of gay, bisexual and transsexual Mozambicans.

“Our primary interest”, Lambda added, “is to precipitate a change in society so that it becomes more favourable to the free expression of sexual orientation and gender identity”.

“The silence of the Mozambican state”, it said, “legitimizes discrimination and strengthens the stigma to which LGBT people are subject in the communities, workplaces, schools, etc. Above all, it perpetuates the idea that LGBT citizens are less important than all other Mozambicans, thus placing them in a situation of inferiority, disadvantage and inequality”.



Cameroon's entertainment as always finds itself on the privilege hand again this year. But the question is, are we all going take advantage and join in to fully support this amazing initiative?. Ratu International Festival for Fashion, Movie and Music will make its first debut in the city of Douala Cameroon; and make no mistake IT IS HERE TO STAY.

Its no doubt Cameroon is a diverse country with more than 200 ethnicity. This cultural diversity constantly translates itself in our music, movie and fashion. Therefore? it is to our own advantage to constantly claim our heritage not just within the national perimeter, but also at the international arena. Ratu International fashion, movie and music festival is here to help us do just.

Aiming at promoting, educate, and celebrate the many talents in Cameroon through art and culture, Ratu International Festival will also create a networking platform and give the younger generation the international exposure they require to make a sustainable living from.

Ratu International Festival is programmed to be a three days event starting  from the 29th  to the 31th of October 2015. During the very first press conference held at STARLAND hotel  Douala on the 2nd of July 2015, the venue remained in the shadow, however as rumored in many blogs and media web sites, Maison de parti Bonanjo seem to be the chosen site???... 

The presets during this festival according to the press conference will proceed in three main parts:
  • Training workshops and exhibitions;
  • Concerts and gala evenings to celebrate the young artistic potentials;
  • Competitions for promoting the young talents interested in fashion, film industry and music.

Rest assured the Ratu International Festival will be an event to reckon with in the history Cameroon's new entertainment era. To highlight the magnitude and scale of this event, important and exciting  revelations were made by members of the Ratu organizing committee during the press conference;
"We have received confirmation of Miss World, Miss Brazil and Miss Indonesia. They will take part in the first edition of Ratu international festival of fashion, film and music  "says Mr Gilbert Agbor, film producer and member of the organizing committee of Ratu International Fashion Festival .
Ratu Erma OLIERHOEK; the brain, heart and soul behind this initiative, reiterated during the press conference that this concept will provide a platform for young and talented Cameroonians to be able to put forward and demonstrate their innovations in the fields of fashion, film industry and music.
"this should help promote Cameroonian culture and the cultural diversity of this country which has similarities with Indonesian my country." " It is an opportunity for exchange of experience in these three core areas: fashion, film and music; Opportunities for our two countries and those from elsewhere to discover our cultural richeness,"
"The latter adds that a large delegation of businessmen, producers and fashion designers will make the trip to Cameroon. "It's also an opportunity for our talented young filmmakers to submit their work to these experts so as to win contracts that will further shine light on our cinema. In this country, movie theaters and a true film distribution network are of none existence; therefore these experts can share their experiences with us in order to build a sustainable strategy  in these areas, "added Mr Gilbert Agbor."
Insofar, the competition part of  this festival will oppose the best young filmmakers, designers,  and singers from Cameroon ONLY through a  transparent selection procedure. The jury members are qualified international and domestic professionals with over 50 years of experience in the industries of fashion and entertainment. The organizers announced the presence of the many renowned specialists and experts (including experts of  Trace TV, Iroko TV, Nollywood TV etc...) whom will be part of the jury. They will be coming from different  parts of the world to Cameroon; to ensure that expertise and credibility is applied to the contest.

According to the promoter of this event Ratu Erma, over 200 million FCFA budget is mobilized for the organization of this festival. Therefore she pleaded during her speech at the press conference saying:
"Designers have an obligation to be very creative in order to move the jury so as to win the exclusive prize. Three prizes that will enable the sustainability of the selected talent in the relevant  industry are at stake and all security measures are taken to ensure transparency, credibility, and intergrity through out the whole festival, "says Erma Olierhoek


Participants of all categories can submit their applications to the festival team FREE OF CHARGE through the following:
  •  Website:
  • Email:
  • Facebook:
Ten (10) talents in each category ( fashion designers, film and movie) will be selected to take part in the competition of which one in each segment is expected to win the general competition.

Bonne chance to all that will be participating`...! 
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