Wednesday, September 28, 2016

9JA SAFE AWARDS 2016

Meet our next set of Awardees, the Guardian Angels and Special Recognition Award. These top Safety professionals have gone the extra mile to impact the lives of others.
GUARDIAN ANGEL AWARD
This award is to celebrate the work of eminent personalities who have gone 'above and beyond' to improve the safety of others.
It could be a Head of a Government Ministry or Agency who gives up his or her time to volunteer in the community and has made remarkable difference through unique initiatives as regards Health and Safety or an Executive/Managerial Safety professional with at least 26 years of work experience who has gone the extra mile to pioneer/formulate enduring safety policy or culture, thereby protecting colleagues or the general public.
This Guardian Angel Award primarily seeks to reward the actions of those who would otherwise go unnoticed, thereby motivating others to take up the torch and help shape a safer society for all.
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Alhaja Nofisat Arogundade
Alhaja Nofisat Arogundade retired from the Federal Civil Service in August 2016, after 35 years of meritorious service, during which she was the pioneer Director of Occupational Health and Safety Department, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment.
She initiated the process for the development of First National Occupational Safety and Health Profile in Nigeria with the technical support of the International Labour Organisation.
Alhaja Arogundade was equally a member of the National Drafting Committee of National Policy on Occupational Safety and Health between 2003 and 2006, and a member of the National Drafting Committee of Occupational Safety and Health Bill, 2005.
She has been a mentor to many Quality Assurance and HSE professionals throughout her career.
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Rasak Fadipe
Rasak Fadipe is the current and first substantive Director of the Lagos State Fire Service, a body he has successfully turned into the best in the federation, maintaining the all-time record as the Best Fire Service in Nigeria since 2009.
Because of his hands-on approach to leadership, he has since his appointment superintended over 1977 emergency incidents without any serious complaint.
He has also been at the vanguard of saving the lives of 144 Lagosians, with estimated properties worth over N118.54 billion also salvaged.
He was a recipient of the 9jaSAFE Merit Award 2015 and a finalist for the Lagos Man of the Year Award, 2016.
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Dr. Rabiu Suleiman
Dr. Rabiu Suleiman is an Industrial Chemist with 30 years of experience in the Oil & Gas industry, having joined the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) in 1987.
As General Manager of the Group HSE Department between 2009 and 2015, he was principally responsible for coordinating and integrating all HSE business activities of the NNPC.
It is to his credit that the NNPC Group’s HSE culture was laid and nurtured to maturity, in line with internationally-accepted best practice and similar to world-class Oil and Gas companies.
It was also to his credit as GM (GHSE), that NNPC was awarded “Africa Most Outstanding HSE Compliant Company” at a grand event in Accra, Ghana in 2012.
SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD
This award is to celebrate the work of an individual who has through years of labour and commitment contributed immensely to the growth of safety, extended the frontiers beyond the shores of Nigeria, and thereby motivating others to take up the torch and help shape a safer society for all.
This award is presented to the recipient at the discretion of the judges and Selection Committee of the 9jaSAFE Awards.
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Dr. Nnamdi Ilodiuba
Since beginning what will be a life-long professional romance as a medic in the Nigerian Navy in 1981, Dr. Nnamdi Ilodiuba has dedicated over 35 years of his life to Occupational Health and Safety.
He is the current President of the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPoN) and has led the body through a momentous era.
He chartered ISPoN in 2014, six months after installation as the president and established Diploma and Post-graduate Diploma in HSE with Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, Delta state, among others.
A mentor to many HSE professionals in Nigeria, Dr Ilodiuba has many professional publications to his name and has facilitated countless HSE seminars and forums home and abroad.

Friday, September 23, 2016

PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: CLINTON Vs TRUMP




Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for their highly anticipated Monday night debate showdown in ways that appear to be as different as their candidacies. One looks to be hunkering down with homework, research and rehearsals, while the other seems to be taking an on-the-fly casual approach to what could be the most important 90 minutes of the presidential election.
The first presidential debate could easily become one of the most watched events ever, and it will be nearly impossible to avoid seeing at least some parts of it on a television screen, cell phone, tablet or laptop or social media.
Here's what we know about how they are preparing:

NAIJA SAFE AWARD: MEET THE WINNERS

These wonderful organisations, men and women are the outstanding winners of the Nigeria Safety Award for Excellence.

They have displayed a true commitment to promoting and raising safety consciousness in Nigeria.
We wish to use this medium to say a big thank you to every participant, sponsors and well wishers. We are sincerely grateful.


Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Brangelina is over: Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt split



Angelina Jolie Pitt has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt after two years of marriage, Us Weekly can confirm.
An insider tells Us Weekly that Brad Pitt was blindsided by Angelina Jolie's divorce filing. "Brad only found out about the divorce decision yesterday," the source says.
As for how his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston is reacting to the news of the split? A source claims to Us the Friends alum told a pal, "That's karma for you."

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

CLINTON UPDATE:George H.W. Bush to vote for Hillary

Former President George H.W. Bush is bucking his party's presidential nominee and plans to vote for Hillary Clinton in November, according to a member of another famous political family, the Kennedys.

OFILI SPEAKS: Addicted To Truth

Stop criticizing the Church or else you won’t get invited to speak there.
Stop accusing our schools of mis-educating our youths or else they will never allow you speak to their students.
Stop exposing the hypocrisy of our politicians or you may never get invited to Abuja to speak at that Conference.
In others words “OFILI” stop speaking the truth so that you can get paid!
But I can’t stop speaking the truth … I am addicted to it.
I don’t want to get paid for suppressing the truth. I don’t want money for lying to the youths.
Or honorariums for honoring compromised Pastors. All I want to do is speak the truth, whether is makes me famous or not.

Because the Truth at the end of the day is all that matters.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Rihanna Gets a Shark Tattoo Inspired by a Gift From Drake

Making it permanent! Rihanna got a shark tattoo inspired by a stuffed toy rumored beau Drake gave her.
“Camo shark for my dear friend @badgalriri,” tattoo artist Bang Bang captioned a black-and-white photo on Instagram of Rihanna’s new ankle ink on Thursday, September 1. Her new tattoo features a tiny camouflage shark that resembles the plush toy the "One Dance” artist, 29, gave her earlier this month.
Rihanna, 28, got the new tattoo after Drake’s concert in Miami on Wednesday, August 31. 

 Source: US weekly

Okowa Assures Delta State Residents Of Business Opportunities


The Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa has assured citizens of the state that business opportunities will abound, through the high return of investments and international investors.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

TECH WORLD: Uber launches first ever driverless car service in the US

 Uber launched a groundbreaking driver-less car service Wednesday, jumping ahead of Detroit auto giants and Silicon Valley rivals with technology that could revolutionize transportation.
In an ambitious experiment, a fleet of cars laden with lasers, cameras and other sensors — but with no one’s hands on the wheel — were to be deployed by the web-based ride service on the challenging roads of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, steering themselves to pick up regular Uber passengers who are used to being fetched by cars driven by humans. 

CLINTON UPDATE: GETTING HILLARY CLINTON TO TALK ABOUT HER HEALTH

Last week, we heard of Hiliary's fight with Pneumonia. This week, the National Enquirer announced that the publication was in possession of “Hillary’s Full Medical File,” showing her supposed history of “Three Strokes, Alzheimer’s, Liver Damage from Booze,” and, just for good measure, “Violent Rages.”

WORDS OF WISDOM: Lynxx dishes hard truth to those seeking life partners

Singer cum vocal Christian convert, Lynxxx has dished out advice to those looking for a lifetime partners
Lynxxx stated that getting carried away is so easy in a world, which is full of distraction.

Friday, September 9, 2016

9JA SAFE AWARDS 2016


It is in times like this that we have to discuss issues like safety because it is essential to our development as a nation.
Don't miss the largest gathering of safety professionals in the country.
You can't afford to miss this historic event.
For advert in event program, sponsorship, table bookings please call Joy on 08081046555 or Funke on 08074599995.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Kylie & Tyga Gush Over $50K Merle English Bulldog

Kylie Jenner and boyfriend Tyga both shared photos and videos of a newly adopted puppy, Rolly, on social media on Saturday, Oct. 24, with dollar signs and captions to make sure fans know the pup’s worth - $50,000

BARR. ALLEN ONYEMA COVERS AVIATORS MAGAZINE


The 80th issue of the Aviators Africa Magazine features Barr. Allen Onyema, the CEO of the peaceful airline, Air Peace.

In an exclusive interview with the editor Toni Ukachukwu,  he talks on his life,business and the issues surrounding his setting of Air peace airline.
He also talks about his involvement in the Niger delta Amnesty programme on how he risked his life to reform and re integrate militants into the society.

The Glossy pages of this September 2015 edition features Janet Bunor, a model turned P.J pilot in a pilot photo shoot with the hospitality of Westwood hotel Ikoyi. It also features travel articles, gadgets and Unusual Honeymoon Destinations in ‎Africa and many more.


SINCERE APOLOGIES

Dear Readers,

I know it was wrong of me to have gone off year long and I feel awful that the only thing I can say is "I'm sorry." But I am, so I'll say it as many times as I need to in order to convince you of how terrible I feel about this.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

INTERESTING: Wedding car decorated with coral beads


This is really Innovative and cool.
Would get you the details of the designer soonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.

Friday, November 28, 2014

CHALZ B: Gone too soon

With a heavy heart ...........

All i can say is that we'll miss u Chalz and may you rest in bosom of the Lord.

Adieu.

Friday, October 24, 2014

HELP SAVE VICTOR'S LIFE

Victor Obinna Anokwuru, a promising 35 years  old young man is currently fighting for his life after been diagnosed with a chronic kidney infection.

He has started dialysis session which costs him close to N50,000 per session, and he is required to carry out at least two sessions every week, to keep him alive, which has drained the finances of the family.
The family is appealing to all kind-hearted citizens of the world, and able Nigerians to come to their aid by assisting them with funds for a kidney transplant abroad, which cost has been estimated to be within the range of Seven and Eight million naira.

And if the members of his family does not share compatibility with him, an additional fund of Three to Four Million Naira will be needed to provide a compatible donor.
He was born into the family of late Comrade Billy Bright Anokwuru a former national auditor of the Nigerian Labour Congress, (NLC) and Mrs. Celine Chika Anokwuru.
Please help to keep him alive, as the life of their mother who is highly hypertensive depends on it.
To help save the life of Victor Obinna Anokwuru, you can contact the family through the details listed below;
Name: Anokwuru Victor Obinna

Account no: GT BANK –0116983382 or ECOBANK—2951027692
E-mail: victorobinna67@
yahoo.com
BBM PIN: 267989C8.
Contact numbers: 08062589343, 08029002341. 08107642244.07033462302

Friday, September 12, 2014

Collapsed Synagogue Church kills dozens

Many people are reported to have died with several others injured after a building inside the headquarters of the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Ikotun, Lagos collapsed around 2pm this afternoon.
Many worshipers who lived inside the church were among those who died while some are believed to still be trapped under the rubble of the collapsed building.
Four ambulance buses have arrived the scene, taking the injured to the hospital while the dead ones are being evacuated to the mortuary.


Wednesday, September 10, 2014

EBOLA: OAU female Ebola Virus suspect moved to Lagos

The authorities of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife have said one of its female student is suspected to be a secondary contact of Ebola.
This was contained in a statement by the Public Relations of the university, Mr. Biodun Olarewaju late on Tuesday.
He explained that the suspected student has been evacuated to Lagos for proper attention.
It said, “A female student of the OAU, Ile-Ife who is suspected to be a secondary contact of the Ebola Virus Disease in Port-Harcourt, presented sick at the University Health Centre.

NAIJA SINGLE GIRL: Can I sue her?

I graduated from secondary school in 2000 filled with hopes and dreams. I dreamt of instant admission into the university, graduating with a first class, getting a plum job and getting married and having my first kid by the time I am 30. Naija frustrate me, I wrote jamb till jamb started writing me. It got to a point they started sending me to different states on sight-seeing/jamb writing tour!
In 2005, out of frustration I decided to kill myself, I bought valium 5, drank overdose but I no die, as a matter of fact, I didn’t even sleep that night.

Monday, August 25, 2014

SAD: 2face looses dad

Pa Michael Idibia, father of multi award winning singer, Tuface Idibia is dead.
Pa Idibia died at an undisclosed hospital in Abuja on Saturday, after an unsuccessful battle with prostrate Cancer.
Tuface’s Manager, Efe Omoregie, who confirmed the news Saturday evening said the singer is still in shock over the sad incident.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

EBOLA UPDATE: Dr. Adadevoh dies

Female medical doctor at First Consultant Hospital, Lagos, Dr Stella Adedavoh, has died from the Ebola virus disease.
Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, confirmed this to newsmen last night.
The doctor was the one who attended to Patrick Sawyer, the Liberian-American who brought the virus to Nigeria.
Dr Adedavoh had been in coma for nearly a week as a result of the virus.

Monday, August 18, 2014

BREAKING NEWS: Suspected suicide bomber arrested at Lagos airport

There was panic Monday at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos, following the arrest of a physically challenged man suspected to be Boko Haram suicide bomber at CENTREX, an annex office of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) by private security men.
An eye witness, who spoke to reporters, said that the suspected bomber was about to gain entrance to the annex when he was accosted and subsequently arrested by private security guards of the agency.

Monday, August 11, 2014

OFILI SPEAKS: Obama Says Africa Not Ready For #Ebola Drug After Watching I Am Legend

Breaking Satirical News
Washington DC, USA – President Barack Obama at a press conference on Wednesday said that it’s too early to send the unapproved experimental drug “Zmapp” to Africa where the outbreak of Ebola has killed close to a 1000 people. Despite the fact that Ebola is spreading at its fastest rate ever, the President still wants the drug to be fully tested on Americans before using it on dying Africans.
“We have to let science take its course. The last time an experimental drug was used it mutated into a deadly strain killing over 90% of the planets population. We don’t want that to happen to Africans,” the President said at the African Summit.

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