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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Tekno gave Miracle one million naira

Nigeria singer, Tekno took to his twitter handle to congratulate Miracle the winner of the currently big brother naija and he offered him One Million naira for his victory.

Monday, April 23, 2018

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Miracle Ikechukwu wins BBNaija 2018

The bbnaija 2018 grand finale has finally come to an end as goes home with a 25million cash price.. With an SUV worth 12 million naira plus other added prices.

It has been an awesome season as the bbnaija season 3 titled double wahala comes to an end..

Miracle is a pilot by profession and has been a very easy going guy in the house and earlier on when the show started he went viral for having an affair with Nina.

Congratulations to MIRACLE as the BBNaija Double Wahala Winner 2018.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Reasons why Nigerian men run from marriage

When it comes to romance, Nigerian men are known to be actively engaging. Apart from their culture of carrying the financial burden of relationship with women, they harness every opportunity to appeal to their lovers, be it on social-network sites, in their respective offices, religious organizations, clubs among others.

1. No wife materials
Common among some men is the reservation that there is scarcity of ‘wife-materials’ in Nigeria.

2. They get sex freely without marriage than in time past
Realizing now that they can get sex more easily than in times past, when ‘virginity’ for women was a pass value to marriage, some men now feel lot of women today have lost it when it comes to keeping themselves whole.

3. Nigeria weddings are expensive

In a country where a man is expected to marry a woman in three different kinds of wedding- Religious, Traditional and Court, the cost of marriage no doubt is something men find very intimidating. Presently the average Nigeria wedding cost something like N700,000 and the it goes upward from that to more unimaginable cost.

4. In search of a ‘working class’
Today, most Nigerian men are in search of a wife capable of sharing financial responsibilities with them. Gone are the days when men marry ‘full-house-wives’, the increasing cost of living has tilted most men in favor of ladies who have a means of livelihood and willing to share with their man, the burden of building a home.

5. Unrealistic Expectations from In-laws
Some parents have set certain standards for anyone who will marry their child, either way be it that such expectations are from the groom parent’s or bride, the regulations sometimes affect relationships.

6. Trust issues
Most times, people fear to get committed into a relationship because of trust issues. Some men have been bruised in their past relationships and therefore they don’t want to put themselves out there.

"I own a construction company apart from music" Duncan Mighty

Port Harcourt First Son, Duncan Mighty, has debunked the insinuation that he became wealthy as a result of his involvement in oil bunkering.

While speaking with Saturday Beats about how he made his money, the singer hinted that people had always held the belief that he must have gone into something illegal to be very wealthy but that he had never felt bad about such speculation.

He said,

“I have read in several places where people link my wealth to illegal activities like oil bunkering but I don’t feel bad about it. Such things are normal. Making money in life for me is not the ultimate thing. People would always judge how you make money especially when they know where you are coming from. They know that my family did not have money while I was growing up so they would question my wealth. When God blesses you, he does not look at where you are coming from. It is just a normal thing for people to talk about the way you made your money without talking about how you suffered,” he said.

Mighty said that unknown to many people, he has invested heavily in construction and that is where he makes most of his money and not through music.

“It is good to make money. I am a very hard working man and aside music, I own and run a construction company. In each of my sites, I have at least 43 staff members who work as engineers. So, apart from music, I do civil engineering works. Despite the fact that I am an artiste, I am also an engineer. I make money from my works, I have done good jobs and people refer me to others that need my services. I lease heavy duty machines as well. I am not bragging but showing you how hard I work. Money does not make a man.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie named Harvard’s class day speaker

Nigerian-born writer, compelling storyteller, and influential cultural critic, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has been selected as Harvard College’s Class Day speaker.

Award-winning author to address graduating seniors on May 23.
Acclaimed author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has been selected by the Harvard College Class of 2018 to address the graduating seniors as part of the annual Class Day celebration on May 23, the day before Harvard’s 367th Commencement.

“We are honored to welcome Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie as our Class Day speaker,” said First Marshal Berkeley Brown ’18, co-chair of the speaker selection committee.
“Her eloquence and perspective as a writer and public speaker have inspired audiences to look beyond stereotypes and social norms to recognize our common humanity.”

A Nigerian-born writer whose work has been translated into more than 30 languages, Adichie is the author of the novels “Purple Hibiscus,” which won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize and the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award; “Half of a Yellow Sun,” which won the Orange Prize; and “Americanah,” a 2013 National Book Critics Circle Award winner, which she finalized during a fellowship year at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

Her most recent book, “Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions,” was published in March 2017.
A compelling storyteller and influential cultural critic, Adichie has delivered two landmark TED talks: “ The Danger of a Single Story” in 2009, and her 2012 TEDxEuston talk “ We Should All Be Feminists,” which started a worldwide conversation about feminism and was published as a book in 2014.

“In her captivating TED talks, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie urges us to better understand one another’s stories and to plan for ‘a world of happier men and happier women who are truer to themselves.’

This is a powerful message for our class to hear as we reflect on our time at Harvard and prepare to write the next chapter of our stories,” said Jerry Nelluvelil, co-chair of the speaker selection committee.

Adichie is also the co-founder of Farafina Trust, a Nigerian nonprofit that promotes reading, writing, social introspection, and engagement with society through the literary arts.
The Harvard College Senior Class Committee has invited a guest speaker for Class Day since 1968. Prior to that, the honor was given to University affiliates, such as deans, faculty, or classmates.

The first invited guest was Martin Luther King Jr., who accepted the invitation shortly before his assassination. His widow, Coretta Scott King, delivered the speech in his absence and also became the first woman to give a Class Day address at Harvard. Since that time, speakers have spanned fields including politics, social activism, journalism, film, comedy, and more.
In addition to Adichie’s address, Class Day includes award presentations and student orations.

All of the events will take place in Tercentenary Theatre in Harvard Yard beginning at 2 p.m. and will be streamed live online.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Richest top 10 musicians in the World


The stardom of the richest musicians keeps changing annually. Millions of bucks are hovering above Hollywood and Broadway ranking someone higher on the list. There is a curious thing: who is wealthier than your favorite singer? Let’s make it clear right now. Keep reading to find out the names of the world stars who managed to reach the list of top 10 richest musicians in the world.

10. Mariah Carey: $510 million

The fans of Mariah Carey should sigh in relief. She is still one of the richest musicians. Mariah is good at getting most out of her singing career. It has been the vehicle for going higher and having more. To prove it, the perfumes from Mariah Carey seems to have a great demand.

9. Jay-Z: $560 million

How skillfully Jay-Z can deal with money! There is a funny statement: “Jay-Z says goodbye to come back again.” It helped him multiply his savings. He has under his belt 19 Grammy’s, and more than 100 million sold out records. Moreover, his trademark Rocawear and the marriage with Beyonce has made him much wealthier than he used to be.

8. Bono: $600 million

The Irish singer has got the title of the world richest musician by a mere coincidence. He said “yes” to the suggestion of Larry Mullen Jr to create a rock band. As it turned out, the famous U2 had become a lucrative endeavor. Later on, he invested in a five-star hotel and the Elevation Partners firm. This philanthropic man does lots of charity work as he knows the boomerang law.

7. Celine Dion: $630 million

Everyone would expect to see her in Forbes richest musicians. And everyone knows why. The smash-hit “My Heart Will Go On” has gained the greatest accolade in the world of music. More than 200 million of sold out records have turned into the unbelievable amount of money. She firmly grabbed the opportunity to get richer. Years passed by but she is still in Top 10.

6. P.Diddy: $700 million

Another college dropout is on Top Ten richest men in the world. It seems that he does his business according to “the more you get, the more you invest.” P.Diddy hasn’t limited himself to recordings only. The label Bad Boy records and the producing of Mase and The Notorious B.I.G. have significantly enriched his profit.

5. Dr.Dre: $780 million

It is hard to believe it, but Dr.Dre can boast of just two albums! However, it was enough to launch his trademark as well as a couple of world-famous singers like 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem. His headphones Beats By Dre have become the top one, having gained lots of money for the owner.

4. Madonna: $800 million

Madonna would not be called Madonna if she hasn’t been on the list of Top 10 richest musicians in the world. She has been pumping hits into the industry of music since the 80’s. This singing traveler has toured around the world more than any singer can ever imagine! Music is her golden trade.

3. Herb Alpert: $850 million

He is the holder of numerous awards: more than 10 Platinum albums, 9 Grammy’s, 15 Gold albums and 72 million sales! Did you know that A&M records imply Alpert? This fact is one of many reasons for his wealth.

2. Paul McCartney: $1.1 billion

No doubt, one of The Beatles is here. The thing is that Mr. McCartney gets money from writing credits. It means he will be on the list of Top Ten Richest Men in the World forever. Beatlemania spread worldwide long time ago, but it is still popular nowadays. That is why the members of the immortal band are rich people.

1. Andrew Lloyd Webber: $1.2 billion

You don’t know his name, but you know such masterpieces as Jesus Christ Superstar, The Phantom of Opera, Cats, Evita, etc. Webber and Broadway are closely related to each other. He gets a profit from practically every show staged on Broadway and around the globe. His business called the Really Useful Group is the extremely lucrative enterprise that guarantees him the status-of-always-extremely-rich-man.

Great talent and hard work of these musicians made them extremely rich, and now they are wealthy enough to be on the list of the richest musicians in the world.