Wednesday, 24 May 2017

DESPEARATE TIME:SEE WHAT IKORODU RESIDENTS DID TO SCARE NEPA OFFICIAL FROM CUTTING THIER LINES!!

 The times are not really the best in terms of what people are facing.see what residents of ikorodu did recently to prevent PHCN official from cutting their lines

Residents of a community in Ikorodu, Lagos State, have been sighted fixing assorted charms to an electricity pole, to avoid disconnection.
The Ikeja Electric Plc (IKEDC) took to its Facebook page to share the thrilling story of how residents of Oluodo community in Igbogbo area of Lagos State, tied assorted charms to an electricity pole, to avoid disconnection.
See what they posted on their page below:

LATEST T5ECHIE INFO:SEE HOW YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE NEW GTBANK ADVANCED MOBILE BANK APP!!


GTBank has recognized for its strength in innovative banking. The bank invests a lot in the appropriate technology to continually come out with innovative means of providing convenient banking solutions for its customers wherever they find themselves. GTWorld is the latest of such innovative solutions.

Guaranty Trust Bank has launched a new Internet banking app called GTWorld, it's a mobile application that brings all the transactions at your fingertips in a new science fiction style.

The new platform is set to displace the former mobile app because I see a lot of potentials with it, especially the fascinating options of login patterns such as biometric (fingerprint and facial recognition), PIN, token and password options.

With GTWorld, you have a Mobile Banking App that is designed to cater to all that's important to you easily and seamlessly. The facial recognition feature means that you now have a mobile banking App that recognizes you and adapts to how and when you want to bank.

Key Features
  • Login and complete your transactions using your face, fingerprint or a 4-digit PIN.
  • Check your account balance; transfer money within your accounts and buy airtime; all without having to sign in.
  • Turn your contacts into a beneficiary list; send money to someone using just their mobile number.
  • Apply for loans and set savings target right from your phone.
  • Send your Account Statements to your email or to an embassy of your choice.
Manage your Accounts
  • Set up a new account and view your account balance(s).
  • View transaction history and search transactions
  • Fx Transfers to all Banks
  • Confirm and manage your cheques.
Payment and Bills
  • Pay bills
  • Transfer money to GTBank accounts and all other banks.
  • Buy airtime and data for self and third party.
  • Schedule and manage standing orders
Other Services
  • Find GTBank ATMs and branches near you
  • Block your lost or stolen card
  • Get a New Card
  • Get the best deals on the SME Markethub
To get started
  • Download GTWorld via Google Play Store for Android devices. For iPhone or iPad users, download it via iTunes
  • Install GTWorld on your mobile device.
  • Launch the App and input your User ID and password.
NB: If you do not have a password you may dial *737*6*5# from your registered mobile phone for your login details. And if you have forgotten your password, please click “Forgot Password?” on the login page to reset your password.

At first login, you will be asked to authorize your mobile device to access the app. If this is your preferred device, please select 'Yes' and choose if you would like to create a 4-digit PIN for your banking transactions.

If you choose to create a 4-digit PIN, you will be required to agree with the Terms of Use.
A 6-digit secure code will be sent to your registered email address to verify your device. If you do not receive this message please generate a code from your hardware token or dial *737*7# from your registered phone number to obtain a one-time verification code. You can also call GTConnect on ‪08039003900 or ‪08029002900 for the verification code.

Enter this code in the app and your mobile phone will be successfully verified against your account profile. Now you can start using the App. Please note that this is required only when using a device for the first time.

If you chose to use the token as your preferred means of verifying your transactions, you will also be sent the 6-digit secure code via your registered email to verify your device for the first time. Enter this code and your mobile phone will be successfully verified against your account profile. You will then be able to start using the GTWorld with your hardware or 737 Token.

Please note that you will be asked to select a preferred option for login and completing your transactions, from which you have the options of Password, PIN, Token, Fingerprint and Facial Recognition. You can always change your preference in settings.

The email address of the GTWorld app developer looks suspicious, but we have done the proper verification and we discovered the app is genuine, so don't be afraid of using the app.

The GTWorld mobile app downloading links were posted in all of the GTBank official social media: GTBank Google+, Facebook Page, and Twitter.

We also contacted the bank and here is their reply "Hi, thank you for chatting with us. Please be informed that the GTWorld is an advanced option to our mobile banking app and has more features." So it's genuine, safe and official from GTBank.

THIS IS CRAZY:SEE HOW PASTOR DEFRAUDED ATIKU'S WIKE OF THE SUM OF N918m

How Pastor defrauded Atiku's wife of N918m

Mrs Titi Atiku, wife of former Vice President Abubakar Atiku, on Tuesday told an Ikeja High Court, that she trusted a business partner who allegedly defrauded her of N918 million because of his status as a pastor.
“I thought that the first defendant, being a pastor, he will not defraud me.
“I thought that he was being genuine with me during our business dealings “ Mrs Atiku said while being cross examined in the ongoing fraud trial against a pastor, Nsikakabasi Akpan-Jacobs, Abdulmalik Ibrahim and Dana Motors Ltd.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had slammed the accused with a 15- count charge bordering on conspiracy, stealing and fraudulent conversion of property worth N918 million belonging to THA Shipping Maritime Services Ltd.
Mr Amos Ibe, the defence counsel to Akpan-Jacobs while cross examining Mrs Atiku, questioned why she used different monikers in company documents relating to the fraud.
“Before I start cross examining you Ma, should I refer to you as Your Excellency?
“Why was the name Florence Doregos used in the petition from the EFCC which is exhibit one, as well as other fake names in documents you used to transact business with the first defendant?,” Ibe queried.
Replying, Titi said: “I am Her Excellency forever, it was under my instruction and direction that the petition was written.
“My name is Florence Doregos, my name is Titi Amina Atiku Abubakar, the Mrs in the petition is a mistake made by my Lawyer.
“Florence is my name and it was easy for me to use Doregos while I was in state service.“The name of my biological father is Dorego Albert, we are from Ilesha but I have cousins who are from the Republic of Benin.
“I can choose Doregos, I can choose Albert as my surname, they are all my names, even Dino Melaye, his name is Daniel but he calls himself Dino.
“I can twist my name anyhow I want.”
Responding to Ibe’s questions about her identity when she married the former Vice-President, she said “I married my husband at the Ikoyi Registry in 1971.
“I was a Christian before I married my husband, Angelina is my baptismal name, Florence is my confirmation name.
“When I got married to my husband, I converted to Islam and I have been called Amina Titilayo, Titilayo was what I was called at home,” she said.
Ibe, however, still questioning Mrs Atiku’s real identity, told her that a book written in honour of her husband titled ‘Atiku: The Story of Atiku Abubakar,’ claimed that she was from a Local Government Area in Adamawa.
“I am from my husband’s Local Government Area by virtue of marriage.
“Whether I’m from the moon o, that’s not the matter on ground,” she said.
Ibe, sought to tender the book written in honour of the former Vice-President to the court but it was rejected by Justice Oluwatoyin Ipaye.
“The document does not fall under the definition of a public document under the Evidence Act, it is a private document, it is therefore rejected,” Ipaye said.
NAN reports that THA Shipping Maritime Services Ltd, a company created in 2000 belonged to Mrs Atiku, Akpan-Jacobs and Fred Holmes.
She was allegedly to be the majority shareholder with 49 per cent shares, while Holmes and Akpan-Jacobs each had 25 per cent shares.
Akpan-Jacobs, who also doubled as the company’s Managing Director and Secretary, was accused to have gone to the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and altered the share holding in his favour and forging the company’s board resolution.
He allegedly under the new share arrangement allotted 70 per cent shares to himself and 15 per cent shares each to Titi and Holmes.
According to the EFCC, welding a fraudulent shareholding power, Akpan-jacobs sold a property belonging to the company to Dana Motors Nigeria Ltd for N918 million.
The property is located at Plot C63 A, Amuwo-Odofin Commercial Layout along Oshodi-Apapa Expressway, Lagos.
During Tuesday’s proceedings, the defence disputed Mrs Atiku’s claims that she invested over N1.2billion into the business transactions with the defendants.
“Your petition stated that you invested over N200 million and in another document it stated that you invested over N1.2billion, which fact is correct?
“Do you have accounting reports, did you hire an auditor to look at the accounts, how did you arrive at N1.2billion?
“N200 million is the money I spent in building the bonded terminal, by the time it was ready, it was worth N1.2billion.
“Akpan-Jacobs never gave me any records, I was in the state service, I did not get any auditor, Akpan-Jacobs has the evidence of the money I spent, I didn’t know that our business transactions will become a court case,” she said.
Mrs Atiku while in the witness box, accused Akpan-Jacobs of using her company property as a collateral for a bank loan that he sought when he wanted to run for the Akwa-Ibom gubernatorial elections.
“He used my bonded terminal as a collateral for a loan when he wanted to run for governorship of Akwa-Ibom, when he couldn’t refund the money the bank wanted to acquire the bonded terminal, he sold it to Dana Motors Ltd,
“I was the largest shareholder of THA Shipping Company with 49% of shares, my German partner Fred Holmes had 26% and Akpan-Jacobs has 25%,
“Akpan-Jacobs never contributed a dime to the company, I couldn’t be involved in all the documentation because I was in service.
“He did the registration and promotion of the company, he brought all the papers to me at the villa to sign, he later fraudulently changed the shareholding powers of my shipping company to favour himself.
“He gave me 15 percent, Holmes 15 percent and he took 70 percent shareholding power for himself.
“I never entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with him to sell the company, that is why I’m in court, when he couldn’t repay the loan, he sold the company to Dana Motors Ltd.
“When the fraud happened, we initially agreed to settle out of court, but instead of settling, he went to sell the cranes and the company, giving the EFCC N16 million which I received, “ she said.
Akpan-Jacobs lawyer, asked the court to cancel the next court date slated for May 24 for continuation of the trial on the grounds of his Ill health.

TOO MUCH MONEY FOR ONE PERSON:FUJI CROONER OBESERE BUILDS MULTI-MILLION NAIRA HOUSE FOR HIS WIFE IN IBADAN!!

 She really deserves this.this seem to be the word coming from thwe mouth of fuji crooner as he recently erected a multi million naira house for his wife in ibadan
Obesere
Fuji musician, Abass Akande, popularly known by his stage name, Obesere, has built for his wife a multi-million naira mansion in his hometown, Ibadan.
Word has it that the edifice comprises a swimming pool and spacious garage.
Confirming the news, Obesere said in an interview with Encomium:
‘It’s true but the house doesn’t belong to me, that’s for my wife. I am not the type that should be making noise about such things.
‘But I thank God for everything. I told God since more than 10 years I had built a house for my mother that I will do something similar for my wife as well because she really deserves it.
‘Now, God has answered my prayer. She’s a wife that stands by me at all time. So, if I have done more than that, she deserves it. And in few months, it will be opened officially.’

HOW REALLY TRUE IS THIS:HEALTH MINSITER REVEALS TRUE STATE OF HEALTH OF NIGERIAN PRESIDENT,MOHAMMADU BUHARI!!

 This is quite intriguing and funny to say the least.just when many people are insinuating that the president is perhaps dead.the health minister went to the media to put forth a contrary report,see what he has to say about BUhari's health
Prof. Isaac Adewole,  Nigeria’s Minister of Health, has said President Muhammadu could not be treated in Nigeria because of the long existing bond between him and his foreign doctors.
The Minister, however, assured Nigerians and the international community that there was no cause for alarm over Buhari’s health.
“One thing we must realise is that health is a complex issue. There’s what we call patient-doctor relationship; there is also a bond between the patient and the doctor and these are things we can’t play with,” Adewole told Thisday.
“I used to have patients in Ibadan and they still call me, and say ‘we will like to see you’. Then I have to say no to them because I’m no longer available and ask, ‘why can’t you see somebody else?’ But many of them are reluctant to do so. That’s the complex thing about health.
 
“We should give him (Buhari) that choice. What we really wish is for Mr. President to be well and hearty.
“However, this is also a complex country, so I am not too happy about some of the insinuations, because we should pray for our leaders. We should continue to pray for him. There is no cause for alarm,
 
“He (Buhari) came back (referring to the previous medical vacation) and told us that he was ill and that he was treated. When we have that type of leader, I think we can go to sleep”, he stated.
The minister also spoke on efforts of the ministry to make healthcare accessible to Nigerians.
“The first thing we have done is to approve the policy, that’s the third Health Policy in the history of Nigeria. So this government can take credit for putting a policy in place, that’s number one.
 
“We also launched a programme called the ‘Save One Million Lives Initiative’, where we took money from the World Bank and gave it to the states as seed grants to develop programmes that will impact on the lives of women and children because we want many of our indicators – maternal and child health indicators – to change.
 
“We further initiated a programme called the ‘Rapid Response Results Initiative’, distinctively factored for the poor. We started with 10,000 surgeries for the poor and I am happy to say that all over the country, we are offering care to poor Nigerians.
“We have started primary health care revitalisation, as part of the RRRI. Very soon, we are moving on to really injecting life into our tertiary centres. We have identified three reasons why people go out of the country and die: cancer, renal and cardiac diseases,” he said.