Tuesday, 22 January 2013

R.I.P My Friend

Rest in peace my beautiful friend. Rest in peace Nicole Opeyemi Adedeji.




I usually have a way with words but words fail me now.

When i saw your twitter handle attached to RIP yesterday i screamed! i screamed! i didn't care that i was at work... for 30mins or so it was like i was dreaming, it felt unreal, not nicole, not khimmy possible...not you

I remember buzzing you repeatedly but no response and asking about you on twitter cause i hadn't heard from you/spoken to you. I had no idea you were sick.

One would think that we had actually met, Nicole, but something always came up. I've known you for what? i think like 4yrs, from Facebook, Bb and Twitter.

I remember last year you were supposed to come to Lagos and you wanted to come for the TRACE party and we would finally meet, but you missed your flight and you were really sorry even if it wasn't your fault.

Do you remember that time i tweeted about that movie Devil, how i was scared to watch it cause i was alone and it was late and you buzzed to tell me you had watched it and that it wasnt really scary and took the time to take me through the plot and told me to watch it jor.

Or that time you buzzed me to tell me of what some folks said i did and how you had my back and told them i wasn't involved.

Or when there's a twitter fight you'll buzz me for gist....amebo :p

When you told me about your interior decor job and the place you were remodelling

Or the time i told you about that relationship and you tried to make me feel better

the many conversations we had ....


I have NEVER lost anyone i cared about, even though we never met physically, you were a friend. A sweetheart, always happy and willing to make me smile. Easy go lucky. Free-spirited. Unapologetic.

I have learnt one thing from you, to try be kind and nice to everyone you meet. To be friendly and to reach out to people like you reached out to me.



This always gives me solace - 'The ones truly dead are the ones that are forgotten'

You will never be forgotten dear.






Saturday, 24 November 2012

Win an SUV this CHRISTMAS with XCITEAFRICA




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Step 2: After registering,update your profile and tell people about you and why they should vote for you to win in the #XCITEAFRICA competition




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Here are the awesome prizes you can win and the number of votes you need to get to win them





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A power bike (5,000 votes)
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Opportunity to feature in a big movie (3,000 votes)
Designer Clothing and Accessories (1,000 votes)
Make Up and Beauty products (1,000 votes)
I Phones (1,500 votes)
I Pads (2,000 votes)
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Wednesday, 14 November 2012

THE 18TH NIGERIAN ECONOMIC SUMMIT








THE 18th NIGERIAN ECONOMIC SUMMIT (NES) is scheduled to hold this year at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, from the 3rd - 5th of December. This year’s discourse is“Deregulation, Cost of Governance and Nigeria’s Economic Prospects” and it promises to be interesting as usual.

YOU can be a part of this forum to move our nation forward. To register, simply send ‘NESG REGISTER’ to 20050 or visit www.nigerianeconomicsummit.org


The Presidential Dialogue led by President Goodluck Jonathan will continue the frank and open interaction between the highest level of political leadership in Nigeria, business leaders and the citizens; which began with NES #16.

This dialogue will provide an opportunity for the Federal Government to provide update on key elements of the Transformation Agenda, particularly its efforts at deregulation, reduction in cost of governance, infrastructure improvements and security while the private sector will provide their perspectives on the state of our nation and their practical efforts to advance Nigeria’s economic development




Below are some of the dignitaries expected to speak at the event:
• HE,Shaukat Aziz, former Prime Minister of Pakistan
• Hon.AminuTambuwal, Speaker, Federal House of Representatives
• HE, Ike Ekweremadu, Deputy Senate President
• Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, Governor of Edo State
• HE, Vice Admiral MurtalaNyako, Governor, Adamawa State
• Mrs. DiezaniAIlison-Madueke, Minister for Petroleum Resources
• Prof. Paul Reynolds, Global Economic Policy Institute
• Dr Ernest Ndukwe, former Vice-Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission
• MrTony Elumelu, Chairman, Heirs Holdings Limited
• DrAyodejiAdewumi, Co-founder, Jobberman.com


Thursday, 11 October 2012

UNILEVER LIFEBUOY GLOBAL HAND WASHING DAY


The LIFEBUOY GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY is on the 15th of October 2012.






The Unilever Lifebuoy Global Hand Washing day (GHD) 2012 is an event designed to promote hand washing (with soap and water) amongst children especially those aged 5 and below, as a means to combating diarrhea which is responsible for the deaths of 3,000 children under 5 everyday.

This year’s theme is tagged “help a child reach the age of 5”.




Diarrhea is still responsible for the deaths of 3,000 children under five everyday. It is the second most common cause of child mortality worldwide. Every one of us has the power to make a difference - by doing something as simple as teaching a child to wash their hands with soap.













You can do your bit by pledging.....

Pledge to support the Unilever Lifebuoy Global hand washing day on 15th Oct 2012.

Go here to pledge -> LIFEBUOY GLOBAL HAND WASHING DAY




Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Google Nigeria presents 'Thank God Its Thursday'





Google Nigeria would be hosting over 100 Nigerians on Google+ at an event tagged “Thank God Its Thursday”.

This event is going down on the 18th on October.


The star studded list will comprise all your favourite celebrities from the music and movie industries, as well as regular individuals who have been very active and engaged on Google+ since its launch.

According to Google, the event serves as a platform to celebrate top G+ users that have been inspiring other Nigerians to connect, share interests and network on Google+.

To crown the evening, Google would be premiering +Naija; a short documentary about Nigerians, and their engagements on Google+.

If you get to be one of the lucky people selected to attend the event, make sure you share pictures on G+ using the hashtag #tgitlasgidi.

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Who knows i might just be giving out some invites!!!! I will let yall know.

Sunday, 7 October 2012

Help A Child Reach The Age Of 5




Diarrhea is still responsible for the deaths of 3,000 children under five everyday. It is the second most common cause of child mortality worldwide. Every one of us has the power to make a difference - by doing something as simple as teaching a child to wash their hands with soap.


The Global hand washing day theme for 2012 is “Help a child reach the age of 5” through hand washing.



Pledge to support the Unilever Lifebuoy Global hand washing day on 15th Oct 2012.

Go here to pledge -> LIFEBUOY GLOBAL HAND WASHING DAY

Thursday, 4 October 2012

Lifebuoy Global Washing Day - Help a Child Reach The Age of 5






The Unilever lifebuoy Global Hand Washing day (GHD) 2012 is an event designed to promote hand washing (with soap and water) amongst children especially those aged 5 and below, as a means to combating diarrhea which is responsible for the deaths of 3,000 children under 5 everyday.

This year’s theme is tagged “help a child reach the age of 5”.


Become an ambassador by pledging to help a child reach the age of 5 on October 15 2012 as GHD marks 5 years.


To show your support and to make a pledge, CLICK here ---> PLEDGE

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