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Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Scary Android vulnerability affects nearly 1 billion phones already affected


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More than 900 million Android devices are affected by the QuadRooter vulnerability, including tablets like this one.
IMAGE: PAUL SAKUMA/AP
BY CARMEN TRIOLA
15 HOURS AGO
Researchers have discovered a new form of Android malware, and it's pretty scary how many phones are vulnerable. If you have Google's Nexus 5X, Nexus 6 or Nexus 6P, HTC's One M9 or HTC 10, BlackBerry's DTEK50, or Samsung's Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge — some of the most popular Android models in the world — your phone, and all the data on it, could be at risk.

The vulnerability is called "QuadRooter," named after a piece of software native to Android devices with Qualcomm chipsets. Theoretically, an attacker would lure a user into installing a malicious app — most likely from a third-party app store (it's unlikely on Google Play, though malware has gotten through before). The malware would then exploit one of the four security vulnerabilities of QuadRooter, granting the attacker root access, which means all bets are off — all of the device's data and hardware would be exposed
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Friday, 27 May 2016

Omg.. ..what did this woman do to this child? (photo)


See the way the little girl is looking at her...like, b***h, who are you again? Lol...
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Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Ladies see How To Know Your "Safe Period" And "Fertile Period/Unsafe Period"


There are many you ladies that do not know this and sometimes you get confused too.
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To avoid stories that touch and tickles the
bombom. I will be sharing tips by which you can know when you are safe and when you
are unsafe.
**I stand to be corrected**
If you have other ways you have been calculating yours, and it has been working for you well.
Pls do share with us here.
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I know some ladies will be willing to learn and those that specialize in reading and not commenting can at least keep hiding in the closet and get pregnant Lol...


If you follow this steps, you will get pregnant only when you want to.
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1. From the first day you see the blood of
your period.
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2. Pick up a calendar and count 15days
including the first day of the blood stain.
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3. Mark the 15th day with a pen
4. Mark 3 days before the 15th day


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5. Mark 3 days after the 15th day
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6. You will notice you have 7 days marked.
These 7 days are your ovulation/fertile days also known as unsafe period.
Meaning if you have sex on any of these days then you have 98% chances of being pregnant.
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7.Do these every month and try and abide
by these rules
EVERY OTHER DAY IS YOUR SAFE PERIOD
For example.
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1. If your period was on the 8th of June,
2015.
2. 15 days after the first day of the blood
stain will be on the 22nd of June, 2015.
3. 15th day is on the 22nd.
4. 3days before the 15th day which is 22nd is 19th June, 2015.
5. 3days after is 25th June, 2015.
6. 19th - 25th June is when you are
ovulating and it's your fertile period. If you have sex without condoms, you will get pregnant.
Now, if you want to have a baby girl, have sex between 20th June, 2015 - 21st June 2015.
And a baby boy will be 22nd - 23rd June 2015.
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If you want twins, go to Ngokpalla in Imo state.
There's a yam sold there that gives twins.**laughs**
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I hope this is well explained?
If no, and you feel it's wrong, pls do share with us here.
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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Buhari arrives London

Buhari arrives London ON MAY President Muhammadu Buhari, has arrived London for the UK anti-corruption summit 
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women protest n@ked in Ebonyi reasons will surprise you

See Confusion in Ebonyi as women protest n@ked
There was confusion in Nkwegu community near Abakaliki on Monday when over 200 women from the Afikpo-South Local Government Area stripped naked to protest the alleged continued detention of the President General of the community, Ndubuisi Ekumankama, by the police.
Ekumankama was alleged to have demolished a widow’s house in Amangwu Edda community of Ebonyi State.
It was gathered that the naked women were on their way to the Ebonyi State Government House in Abakaliki but were intercepted by policemen at Nkwegu, near a military cantonment.
Our correspondent gathered that the policemen who intercepted the naked women were confused as to how to handle the strange protest.
The protesting women were naked in the upper regions of their body.
It was learnt that some policemen fled the scene of the protest because of the belief that policemen who attempt to stop naked protesters would die.
The Ebonyi State Police Commissioner, Ibekwe Abdallah, had to send a team of policewomen to the scene of the protest.
It was the team of policewomen that brought the protest under control.
Confirming the incident, the Police Public Relations Officer, Ebonyi State Command, George Okafor, described the action of the naked women as shameful and a desecration of the Igbo culture.
Okafor said the women had planned the protest last week but were advised to seek legal redress as the president general, who arrested by the police, had been charged to court.
The PPRO said, “Last week, a group of women numbering about 20 stormed the police headquarters to protest the arrest and detention of a suspect who was being held for demolishing a widow’s house in Amangwu-Edda.
“After we spoke to them, they even saw the suspect and he spoke to them. This showed them that he is alive. They went back.
“Today, we got information that the same women had gone and mobilised over 200 other women to storm the Government House in protest. We also got information that they were coming into the town naked so, we tried to halt them from gaining entry into the city.
“Our men who earlier got to the scene were repelled because of the sight of the nakedness of these women and we had to mobilise our policewomen, led by a female Assistant Commissioner of Police. Their action was unfortunate and shameful.”
The PPRO added that the policewomen were able to put the situation under control without any casualty, adding that two suspects arrested for demolishing the widow’s house have been charged to court.

....Punch
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Monday, 9 May 2016

No one can separate us



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Sunday, 8 May 2016

Latest report by the telecoms industry

Latest report by the telecoms industry regulator has reaffirmed Globacom as market leader in internet services in Nigeria. The industry statistics for the first quarter of 2016 revealed that Globacom had a total of 26,530,420 data subscribers as at March 31, 2016, indicating an addition of 1,448,354 new customers in the first three months of the year. In January, the company garnered 354,178 new data users, 248,593 in February and 845, 583 in March. The total figures recorded by Globacom represent 80 percent of the total number of 1,820, 651 new data users who subscribed to internet services provided by the four major telecom operators in the country from January to March 2016. This steady increase in data subscribers for Globacom has been ascribed to the company’s recent improvement in network quality and its continuous development of new offerings that offer unbeatable values to various market segments. Some of these offerings are the Campus Booster, Twin Bash and attractive data plans. However, the figures for the other operators are not as cheery. Within the first quarter of 2016, Airtel recorded a total of 319, 229 new data users, while Etisalat pulled 53, 068 new internet users. Both networks account for the remaining 20 percent of new internet users for the first three months of this year. The worst hit was MTN which lost over 6,500,000 internet users during the period. The network began the quarter with 39, 924, 737 data users on its network and ended it with 33,356,595. Globacom has in recent time  remained consistent as the preferred choice for new internet subscribers. For instance, at the end of last quarter of 2015, it was the only network that recorded an increase in its internet subscriber base with an addition of 3.2m new internet subscribers. MTN, Airtel and Etisalat all lost data subscribers. MTN lost almost 2 million subscribers, Airtel lost close to 900,000 subscribers, while Etisalat lost 408,282 subscribers.
Read more: https://www.naij.com/823604-looking-best-network-data-services-read-article-find.html
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Nollywood actress patience is pregnant

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photo of actor Chinedu Ikedieze aka aki during his NYSC

Nollywood actor Chinedu Ikedieze is pictured during his National Youth Service year in 2003/2004.
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Saturday, 7 May 2016

CONGRATULATIONS!!! Actor Kenneth Okonkwo & Wife Welcome baby after 9 years



It was celebration galore in the family of Nollywood first actor, Kenneth Okonkwo as his pretty wife Ifeoma delivered a baby boy at The University of Maryland, St. Joseph Medical Center, USA on the 6th of May, 2016, after almost 9 years of marriage.
According to Diamond Celebrities, the hardworking actor said in his own words, “God is a faithful God. He said we shall be fruitful and multiply, that there shall be none barren in our midst and He just fulfilled His words. To Him be all the glory in Jesus name”.
He thanked all those who stood by them and offered prayers to God on their behalf.
We join the family of Kenneth Okonkwo and other well wishers in welcoming the new baby and pray God’s blessings upon his life.
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Friday, 6 May 2016

Breaking Sad News!! Popular Nollywood Actress, Genevieve Is Dead - See Photos & The Cause Of Her Death



This is so sad!! Nollywood actress Genevieve Nene died yesterday May 3, in Lagos. According to an Instagram post by Nollywood director and screen writer Ike Nnaebue..

Going through the actress’s Instagram page, one will notice she told her followers 2weeks ago about how she was very sick and prayed for God to heal her. Many of her fans have gone on her page to pay their condolence and express their shock at her demise. 

She has featured in movies such as Hottest Strippers, Hottest Virgins, Quest Of A Life Time, Romantic Heart, Mistake Women Make and many others..
See more photos of the deceased actress below.. 

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Thursday, 5 May 2016

Can't Stop The Feeling! LISTEN HERE!

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This makes us want to see Trolls now...
We're not Trolling you, we swear!
On Friday, Justin Timberlake released his single Can't Stop The Feeling, and we totally get why he picked that name for the feel-good anthem from the Trolls soundtrack!
We just want to dance to this new jam, and we DEFINITELY can't stop that feeling! LOL!
The song features a funky bassline that makes us want to get up out of our seats and boogie to the beat, and we have musical genius Max Martin to thank for this infectious rhythm.

In fact, this is such a fun-filled song that we're actually looking forward to seeing
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Were is Kanye West eyes see for your self


The Kardashian/West were seen enjoying the sights of Havana as they vacationed in Cuba. North was all smiles as she did some sightseeing with her fashionista parents. Her sandals are so cute! More photos after the cut...
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Kim K, Kanye West and their daughter North enjoying their vacation in Cuba


The Kardashian/West were seen enjoying the sights of Havana as they vacationed in Cuba. North was all smiles as she did some sightseeing with her fashionista parents. Her sandals are so cute! More photos after the cut...
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Five Reasons Why Buildings Collapse In Africa


After a building collapsed in Kenya last week, killing at least 33 people, experts look at some reasons why such incidents occur in Africa.
The six-storey residence in Kenya's capital Nairobi came down in heavy rain, with more than 80 people still missing.
While investigations are still underway into the cause of this collapse, we look at some common problems.

1. The foundations are too weak
Adequate foundations can be costly.They can cost up to half the price of a building, observes professor of civil engineering Anthony Ede at Covenant University in Ota, Nigeria. He says two things should be considered when you are building the foundations - the solidity of the soil and the heaviness of the building and its contents.

In the commercial capital of his country, Lagos, the swampy ground requires strong foundations. Far stronger than solid ground.
But he says developers save money that should be spent on foundations when building on the city's swampy ground and many buildings have collapsed in Lagos as a result.

Even on solid ground, foundations need to be strong enough for the load.
Inadequate foundations for a four-storey building was one of three reasons given by investigators for a building collapsing in northern Rwanda in 2013 and killing six people.


2. The building materials aren't strong enough

Materials that just aren't strong enough to withhold the load are used, says Hermogene Nsengimana from the African Organization for Standardisation, whose organisation met last month in Nairobi to discuss why so many African buildings collapse.

He suggests there is a market for counterfeit materials - going as far as to say that sometimes scrap metal is used instead of steel.
When a six-storey building in Uganda's capital Kampala collapsed in April, the director of the city authority suggested it had been constructed with counterfeit materials, reports Ugo news site.

Mr Nsengimana says there are even cases of counterfeiters faking authentification certificates. But he suggests contractors also knowingly use the incorrect materials to cut costs. So they may use concrete intended to bear the load of a one-storey building in a four-storey building.
Mr Ede adds that this is something regulators are not policing.


3. Workers make mistakes
Even when workers are given the right materials to make the concrete, they mix them incorrectly, says Mr Ede. This results in concrete which is not of the sufficient strength to hold the load.

He accuses developers of cutting costs by employing unskilled workers who are cheaper than trained builders.
This is one of the reasons put forward by civil engineers Henry Mwanaki Alinaitwe and Stephen Ekolu why a building in Uganda collapsed in 2004. Their research shows that the workers misunderstood the mixing ratios of the concrete. It suggested that people used wheelbarrows instead of measuring gauges to measure cement. The five-storey BBJ new hotel collapsed in construction and 11 people died.

"You find bricklayers and even technicians calling themselves engineers," cautions the president of the Nigerian Institution of Structural Engineers Oreoluwa Fadayomi in Nigeria's The Punch news site.

To those who want to save money on professionals, he advises: "One should not be penny wise and pound foolish".


4. The load is heavier than expected
Mr Ede says a building collapses when the load is beyond the strength of the building. He gives the example of asking a baby to carry a heavy box: "The baby will not be able to withhold the strain."

Even if the foundations and the materials are strong enough for what they were originally built for, that purpose may change.
So, Mr Ede says, if a building was designed to be a home and is then turned into a library where boxes and boxes of books are piled up, the building may strain under the weight.

He says another reason why the load is often heavier than the original design is because extra storeys are added.
In March an upmarket apartment block which had more storeys than planned collapsed in Lagos, killing 34 people the Guardian reported.
This came two years after a church accommodation for the famous preacher TB Joshua collapsed, also, authorities said, because it had more floors than it could hold. In that case more than 100 people lost their lives.


5. The strength isn't tested
At all points of construction the strength of the building should be tested, says Mr Ede.
"You have to be strict," he says, about policing building.
"The law says you must test. It's the enforcement of the law which is the problem," he says.

That's a big problem, he says, when at every stage of construction there is someone with a strong motivation to save money or take money.
There are many physical reasons a building can collapse but only one driving motivation for that to happen, says Mr Ede. That's money.
And for him this is the real reason buildings collapse - corruption.

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