Change is constant for those who desire it. The fact is that change is a constant law, but the ability to use this law makes the difference. Just as the climate changes, so does everything in the Earth. But here is the striking thing about change: it happens to does who want it.

For time and the world  do not stand still. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the Future – John F. Kennedy

Now am not talking about the Earthly law of change(sunrise, sunset, Earth revolving, seed sowing and reaping) but the human change. That change that rates us as human beings e.g. Money, Cars, wisdom, House, Education. Knowing that your situation can change, doesn’t only solve Continue reading Change?


Pos payments hit N651 billion


Despite the economic recession in Nigeria, the value of transactions through point of sales, PoS payments  increased significantly by 65 per cent to N651.37 billion in 11 months. The figure which represents transactions from January to November 2016, almost Continue reading Pos payments hit N651 billion

5 Stylish Ways to Wear a Scarf


A scarf is an ideal defence for a gentleman looking to fight off the cold. Not only will it protect you from the cool wind and icy air, but it promises to make you look good while doing so. All you need is the right scarf and the right knot and you’ll be both dapper and toasty warm in no time. So, if you must slug out those long winter months, why not look good while doing it? Here’s how to look Continue reading 5 Stylish Ways to Wear a Scarf


In 2017, you have favour. May the Lord secure all the months of 2017 for you. May you enjoy the breath of divine life every day of this year and beyond. Miraculously, money comes to you in 2017 to fulfil everything God has promised you. So shall it be, in Jesus name. Amen.

Who is this One?


This phrase is normally used by most people. It has added & subtracted from the lives of so many people. Some use this phrase for several purpose, but its been widely used by people to esteem themselves higher than others. Well pride is one of the major foundations of this phrase. The word pride has several meaning, both for the positive and negative side. Starting with the positive side, it means being satisfied about oneself, someone, or something that has been highly honoured & so on. On the other side, it means arrogance, disdainful behaviour, or haughty bearing.


Raising up ones shoulder all the time (arrogance, lordiness, assumption) not only makes you arrogant, but scares people from you. It’s OK that at some Continue reading Who is this One?

Stanbic Staff, Absconds With N65 Million in Ghana, Declared Wanted


The Police have declared Martha Amakye, a worker at Stanbic Bank in Ghana wanted after she allegedly defrauded customers to the tune of GH₵ 900,000 (over N65million). The 33-year old woman who was outsourced to work at the Tema Community One branch of Stanbic Bank took monies from customers with the promise of investing it in high-yielding fixed deposits. From 2015 to 2016, Amakye had built a unknown client base keen on reaping the benefits of between 18 and 20% interest rate per month. Amakye paid some interest to her clients and kept the principal assuring them that it was being re-invested.

Martha Amakye who was posted to Stanbic Bank by Noswall Management Service to work as a sales officer, gave her victims, deposit slips suspected to be fake.After complaints were brought to the Financial Crime Control Unit of the bank, the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service were invited to investigate the matter. Martha Amakye has since absconded

More than 150 inmates escape in Philippine prison break


More than 150 inmates have escaped from a south Philippines prison after gunmen launched an attack.

The authorities suspect the gunmen are linked to Islamist separatist groups.

Around 100 armed men stormed the jail and engaged in a shoot-out with guards, as prisoners fled in the chaos. A guard and six escapees were killed.

The Philippines, which is predominantly Catholic, has battled separatists in the south for decades, amid kidnappings, violence and jailbreaks.

The latest prison break took place at the North Cotabato District Jail near Continue reading More than 150 inmates escape in Philippine prison break

Donald trump: New attack on US intelligence over Russia hacking


US President-elect Donald Trump has made a fresh assault on America’s intelligence community.

He said on Twitter that an intelligence briefing he was due to receive on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election – which is said to have benefited Mr Trump – had been delayed.

“Perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!” he wrote.

But US intelligence officials insisted there had been no delay in the briefing schedule.

Several US agencies including the FBI and the CIA believe Russia directed hacks against the Democratic Party and the campaign of its presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, releasing embarrassing information through Wikileaks and other outlets to help Mr Trump win the election.

Trump praises Putin amid hacking row

Trump condemns Russia hacking claims

Russia ‘intervened to promote Trump’

Mr Trump initially dismissed the claims as “ridiculous” but subsequently said he would meet US intelligence chiefs to be “updated on the facts of this situation”.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said once again on Tuesday that Russia was not the source for the site’s mass leak of emails from the Democratic Party in the run-up to the US presidential election.

In another development, Mr Trump’s pick for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, has agreed he will cut all ties with Exxon Mobil and comply with conflict-of-interest requirements.

Ethics row

Meanwhile, Republicans have ditched a plan to gut the independent body that investigates political misconduct after a backlash.

The lawmakers’ surprise vote to strip the Office of Congressional Ethics of its independence prompted public uproar and a dressing down from Mr Trump on Twitter.

The secretive move, which overshadowed the first day of the 115th Congress, was reversed in an emergency meeting.

The ethics body was set up in 2008 following a slew of scandals that resulted in several House lawmakers being jailed.

Mr Trump made cleaning up corruption in Washington a key theme of his campaign.

Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan had argued unsuccessfully against the rule change, which was adopted on Monday night in a closed-door meeting.

Busy day

As the news spread, internet searches for “who is my representative” rocketed, according to Google Trends.

House Republicans called an emergency meeting and abruptly voted to undo the change.

Mr Ryan – who was re-elected by fellow lawmakers on Tuesday as House Speaker – had urged his party to seek bipartisan support and to wait to push for the change later.

Mr Trump’s remarks about US intelligence agencies and the ethics committee came on a busy day for the president-elect’s Twitter account.

He also warned North Korea about its nuclear ambitions, attacked Obamacare costs and sparked a row with General Motors over its manufacturing operation in Mexico, which the car firm disputes.

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