Saturday, April 20, 2019

Follow them to their station rather than argue with them _Olamide advises Nigerians over SARS issues

YBNL boss, Olamide has given words of advice to Nigerians regarding the way they handle situations when they get in a misunderstanding with officers of the Nigerian Police Force through his social media platform as well as advice the police also to stop brutalising innocent citizens.

Olamide who just released a new song titled “Spirit” alongside a crisp video took to his Twitter page to advice Nigerians that they should be very careful and sensitive when they have any issue with the police due to the incessant killings of innocent citizens by the men in black.

He wrote that safeguarding one’s life is what is most important, therefore one should do everything possible to abstain from an argument that will lead to violence with them. He also adviced that it is important to follow them to their stations if that is their wish, rather than getting embroiled in serious arguments that might lead to loss of lives.

He also admonished the police to act better when addressing issues with the people, telling them to stop killing innocent citizens as it would add to the problems in their lives.

“What is really going on,what is the way forward with this killing and police brutality ? It’s increasing everyday and I feel ashamed cause I know we all can do better

“And for you oga police,no matter what you are going through just know taking an innocent life won’t solve your problem but add to your burden . We all can do better
“Everyone out there please try and be safe .. there’s nothing more important in life than keeping yourself alive . I think it’s better you follow them to station than get into unnecessary argument that might lead to violence. We all can do better,” he wrote.


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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Top 10 highest paying jobs in Nigeria at the moment

Almost 70 percent of job seekers in the world today say that salary is a key factor when considering employment options. The number of high paying jobs are quite significant. Common attributes of these high-earning professionals include leadership and management skills, advanced mathematical, technical, or engineering knowledge, and high-level researching abilities. It is evident that majority of the highest paying jobs are in tech. However in a more comprehensive list, we discovered health care is next in line. In compiling this list, we considered the following factors; Average annual take home Delicacy of the task Market Demand.

1.Pilot Flying an aircraft is one of the jobs many Nigerians hold in high esteem. Though the job comes with certain risks, it remains one of the most precious jobs many Nigerians hanker after. Depending on the experience and level of expertise, a Nigerian pilot can earn around #500,000 to #1, 500, 000 on a monthly basis. Annual pay on average is about #9million.

2.Petroleum Engineer Petroleum engineers fall into the guild of highest-earning engineers in the country. This isn’t a surprise since petroleum engineers are often employed by Nigeria’s multimillion oil companies. Even at entry levels, petroleum engineers still earn reasonable sums as salaries. If you’re fortunate to be a petroleum engineer in one of Nigeria’s biggest oil companies, you can have the average income of #12,000,000 on a yearly basis.

3. Programmer/Developer Programmers are problem solvers. They figure out how to make computers solve our problems. Programmers are among the top 5 best paid professions in developed worlds but in naija they are probably the least appreciated financially. They get about N5 million yearly.

4.Telecom Engineer Telecom engineers make it possible for you to make calls and browse from your phone. If you know how mobile networks work you will understand why the Telecom engineer is well-regarded. If you are fortunate as to be in a unit where the pay is high, you can have the average invoice 6-8 million on a yearly basis.

5.Medical Doctor Medicine is undoubtedly one of the highest-paying jobs in Nigeria. Medical personnel earn reasonable sums of money but this circumstance usually depends on qualifications, position and level of experience. Due to the fairly low salaries resident doctors earn, some people mistakenly assume medicine is not a high paying job in Nigeria. If you’re in the medical field, you need to acquire adequate experience that will take you to a higher level. For instance, a senior medical expert –such as an experienced consultant –earn close to #1 million or even more based on the area of specialization.

6.Professional Teacher In reality, lecturing is one of the rewarding jobs in Nigeria but to be a high-earning lecturer, you need to pursue top-level degrees like Masters and PhD. Meanwhile, some Nigerian lecturers, at the senior level, earn around #600,000 on a monthly basis.

7.Chemical Engineer If you’re a qualified graduate of computer engineering, you have every good reason to smile because some top Nigerian companies are in need of your professional services. Though this is often determined by factors such as qualification, experience and job duration, the annual salary of a computer engineer in Nigeria can extend from #10,000,000 upwards.

8.Musician You might not be able to ascertain the exact amount some high-profile entertainers earn per show, it is still clear that a Nigerian entertainer –such as a musician –can earn within a few hours, what a common Nigerian might not earn over one year. In Nigeria, most entertainers make money during the prime of their careers –probably when their fame is still fast rising.It is not uncommon to find people idolize musicians like they do religious leaders as such,musicians earn about N600,000 to N2 million for their presence at any events.

9.Aeronautics Engineer Aeronautical engineers are ‘airplane engineers’. In Nigeria, their main job is the maintenance of air crafts technology. Their job is very delicate because the safety of the nation’s air crafts, military or commercial, rests on their shoulders. The lives and safety of everyday traveler depends on them so aeronautic engineers get up to N11 million.

10.Pastor There is no way around this. Nigerians appreciate their religious leaders — especially pastors. In fact we idolize them and shower them with gifts and money. A powerful ‘beginner’ in this circle would take home up to N5 million and ‘established’ names rake in 9 times as much.


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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Why we've not released any result yet _JAMB

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board said it has not released any result relating to the ongoing  Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.It said this was because the Board was still screening the results due to certain issues surrounding the examination
The exam body said that, so far, over 1.2 million candidates have written the 2019 UTME.
It also said it would ensure the smooth and successful conduct of the examination.
The Board’s Head of Media and Publicity, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Bwari.
He said that as of April 13, over 1.2 million have successfully written the examination scheduled to end April 17.
NAN reports that over 1.8 million candidates are expected to sit for the Board’s UTME that commenced nationwide on April 11.
Benjamin said the process of the examination has so far been successful, adding that the Board was addressing some of the challenges that came up during the exercise.
He also said that the Board was still investigating those who were unable to be verified through its biometric process and would come out with a stand on the matter.
Speaking also on the issue of results, Benjamin said that no result has been released yet.
He explained that the Board was still screening the results as the examination is still ongoing and also because more fraudulent activities are being identified in the process.
He said: “We have to keep screening these results because there are lots of issues we discovered, such as multiple registrations, impersonation and the likes. So, we are still fishing them out.
“Some have been arrested and those yet to be arrested, we have their records. We will fish them out.
“However, candidates should expect their results very soon.”
He added that the Board’s suspension of some Computer Based Test centres nationwide has not affected the candidates.
Benjamin explained that adequate examination centres were provided to all who registered for the examination.
The Board, in its weekly Bulletin of the Office of the Registrar for April 15, said that it uncovered and arrested ‘professional examination writers’ who write examinations for candidates for a fee.
According to the bulletin, 50 of such fraudulent persons were apprehended in centres across the country as a result of various intelligence gathering.
The bulletin also said that the Board suspended 49 CBT centres from participating in the ongoing exercise.
The suspended centres, which are spread across the country, were suspended for failing to live up to expectations in ensuring a seamless examination.
Thirty of the exam centres were suspended during the start of the exam on April 11, while the other 19 were blacklisted during the registration exercise.
Ten of the centres are located in the FCT, bulletin revealed.



Monday, April 15, 2019

Broda Shaggi calls out president Buhari and VP Osinbajo over killings of youth by the Nigerian Police Force

Instagram Comedian,singer and Actor, Broda Shaggi has taken a more serious stance in his latest post on the social networking site.
Broda Shaggi frowned at the gruesome murders being carried out by the Nigerian Police on innocent Young citizens.

Recently the sad events have slowly become a trend as there have been several reports of the Police harassing the youth which sometimes leads to death blamed on accidental rifle discharge.

In a photo shared by Shaggi, the inscription read ;

He also wrote ;

EVEN THOUGH MY parents don’t want me to do this, To be honest….it is Painful that this keeps happening and nothing is done to these officers…..LIVES OF PEOPLE MEANS NOTHING TO YOU cos they ain’t your kids?……if na even the President, no Wahala but VICE PRESIDENT SIR, you are a good Christian and a Pastor at least that title “Pastor” was used during this last election, I saw the billboards . Our LIVES MATTER. it can be your Turn Tomorrow!!!!!. It can be your turn tomorrow. We are not animals…..It’s getting worse everyday and it’s unbearable….IT CAN BE YOUR TURN TOMORROW. Even the so called POLICE ambassadors are doing great job than the PRESIDENT AND THE VICE PRESIDENT….do the right thing cos it can be your turn tomorrow. @muhammadubuhari @profosinbajo


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Top 10 richest bloggers in Nigeria

The Internet gives numerous possibilities for people, as this is not just a source of information but also is a unique chance to earn a lot of money. You have heard of blogging and how this hobby can turn into a real career worth millions of U.S. dollars, haven’t you? So, who are the richest bloggers in Nigeria in 2019?

Top blogs in Nigeria
The country that has over 190 million people has many successful bloggers. There are many top blogs in Nigeria that write about politics, celebrities, technology, fashion, national cuisine, traveling, etc.
Some of the people who stand behind the top blogs in Nigeria manage to grow to a new level, reach fame and become wealthy. They all start by simply blogging, sharing their thoughts, reviews, posting curious photos online and discussing what interests them and their readers. And some of these people get lucky to be noticed, and this is how they slowly build their reputation, name, brand and finally become one of the richest bloggers.
What are the 3 top blogs in Nigeria? We are sure you know them all:

But there are many other blogs whose creators have become the wealthiest bloggers in Nigeria by 2019. Let us find out their names and net worth. Are you interested to learn more about these people?

10 richest bloggers in Nigeria and their net worth
It is time to discover the most influential and richest bloggers in our country.
1. Linda Ikeji

This lady has really changed the blogging in Nigeria. Linda Ikeji began her blog using the free Google platform back in 2006 and has grown to a completely different level getting her own domain money.
For example, Linda Ikeji’s name is known all across the country. This woman is one of the most successful bloggers in 2018-2019. In her blog, According to and, Linda’s net worth ranges from 8-9 million to 40 million U.S. dollars. She is the first Naira billionaire blogger in Africa, and this is an impressive achievement.

2. Omoyele Sowore

This blogger is a well-known activist in Nigeria who is into politics in the country and stands behind the platform Many people refer to this blog as the ‘African wikileaks’ as it shares different reports and investigations.
As noted by and several similar sources, the estimated net worth of Omoyele Sowore is about 6-10 million U.S. dollars.

3. Uche Eze
Linda is not the only Nigerian woman blogger who is successful and rich. Uche Eze is famous for blogging through her site. Every day several thousands of people visit this website helping Uche Eze to earn some good money.
Being a blogger since 2006, this Nigerian lady is currently one of the wealthiest bloggers in our country. According to, she is rumored to have a net worth of approximately 2 billion Naira which is over 5 million U.S. dollars.

4. Noble Igwe

Fashionista bloggers are extremely popular in Nigeria. While this niche has many successful websites already, you might also think about joining it. Noble Igwe is already a part of it, and his blog is loved by many citizens of our country who like to read about literature and music.
As noted by, Noble’s net worth is getting close to 1 billion Naira or about 3 million U.S. dollars.

5. Loy Okieze
Blogs that focus on modern technologies can also make you one of the wealthiest bloggers in Nigeria. Loy Okieze has proved this with his site It is fully devoted to the world of technology and shares reviews, news and latest trends with thousands of interested readers.
This blog was started back in 2008. It was called back then. Today it is known as ‘techloy’ and, according to, it has brought a net worth of about 3 million U.S. dollars (1 billion Naira) to Loy.

6. Chude Jideonwo

Do you read blog? The site’s CEO is Chude Jideonwo, and many people read it because they love to discover various nuances about local culture and traditions. This blog is also the place to find an interesting job as there are many job ads there.
Being oriented towards young people, daily events, opinions, Chude’s blog has helped him to earn the net worth of about 1 million U.S. dollars, according to This is about 360 million Naira.

7. Stella Dimokokorkus

Some bloggers don’t have to live in Nigeria to write about our country. Stella Dimokokorkus, for example, lives in Europe (Germany). Still, her blog is popular among Nigerians who like to learn about local African and Nigerian fashion, style, gossip, and various entertaining events.
Stella was born in Nigeria. She has her big passion for blogging, and her hobby brings her enough money for living in any corner of the world. As noted by, Stella’s net worth is about 450,000 U.S. dollars or approximately 164 million Naira.

8. Ademola Ogundele
It seems that many blogs that began in 2006 have become very successful in Nigeria and made their founders one of the richest bloggers not just in our country, but across Africa. For example, Ademola Ogundele founded the blog 12.5 years ago, and this source has become a hot online hub for music fans who wish to download their favorite tunes and find new interesting songs to listen to.
There are several editors at NotJustOk platform, including another famous blogger Ovie Ofugara. Well, according to, the net worth of this interesting blogger is about 400,000 U.S. dollars or around 145 million Naira.
Ademola Ogundele: photo:

9. Jide Ogunsanya

Entertainment is not the only aspect that can make a blogger rich and famous. Jide Ogunsanya, for example, stands behind the blog This site is devoted to various how-tos and guides for making money from online business.
Jide, himself, knows how to earn money by blogging. His articles have already made him one of the wealthiest bloggers in Nigeria. As noted by, his net worth reaches about 21 million Naira.

10. Oladunni Liadi
This is another well-known female blogger from Nigeria whose site is very popular all across the country. She writes about famous people, celebrities, movies, and fashion. Many thousand readers visit Oladunni’s blog every day.
No wonder that, according to, Liadi’s net worth is about 8 million Naira or over 21,000 U.S. dollars.
You have discovered the list of 10 richest bloggers in Nigeria and their net worth. As you can see, blogging is an interesting business that can increase your income and help you earn enough money for living and even more.


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Sunday, April 14, 2019

There is no plan to remove fuel subsidy for now_Federal Government

The Federal Government has once again clarified its stance on the removal of fuel subsidy, saying it had no plan to do so in the immediate future.

The Minister of Finance, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, said this on Sunday at the briefing by the Nigerian delegation on the outcome of their meetings with investors and institutions at the IMF/World Bank meetings in Washington DC.

Ahmed spoke in reaction to IMF’s advice to federal government to remove fuel subsidy, which might have led to panic buying in the country.

“There is no imminent plan to remove subsidy. IMF said that fuel subsidy is better removed so that we can use the resources for other important sectors.

“In principle, It’s a good suggestion, but in Nigeria we don’t have any plans to remove fuel subsidy at this time because we have not yet designed buffers that will enable us remove the subsidy and provide cushions for our people.
“So there is no plan to remove fuel subsidy.
“We will be working with various groups to find an alternative if we have to remove it. We are not yet at the point of removing fuel subsidy yet,” she said.

Ahmed described the outing in Washington DC as a successful one, which provided Nigeria with the opportunity to review developments in the global economy and proffer potential solutions.

She said that the general advice for Nigeria is to prioritise cost-effective policies that would increase resilience to shocks, boost productivity and raise incomes of the bottom 40 per cent of the population.

“In my capacity as representative of 23 African countries, I addressed the IMFC and issued a statement calling for normalisation of trade relations among the contending parties and called for concerted efforts to supporting multilaterism and avoid protectionist sentiments.

“At the G-24 meeting, I drew the attention of the World Bank to some of the challenges we face in implementing our portfolio like the implementation of the new environmental and social safeguards framework which tends to slow down implementation of our infrastructure projects.
“My engagement at the IMFC also focused on the global policy agenda.
“Governors underscored the importance of strengthening market competition, encouraging innovation, tackling weak governance and corruption and meeting the SDGs.
“Governors underlined the importance of strengthening international coordination and cooperation to tackle shared challenges, given the potentially damaging effects of trade tensions on global economic developments, and impact of natural disasters on developing countries,” she said.



Dangote reveals why he has no personal house outside Nigeria

Aliko Dangote, the richest man in Africa, has revealed why he has no personal house outside Nigeria.
The founder and chairman of Dangote Group said this while speaking at the 2019 Mo Ibrahim Forum, where he hinted that he avoids luxury things because they distract and take time.
Dangote said: “I don’t have any holiday home anywhere. I don’t have a house anywhere but I know people who are working for me…they have houses in London.” “But you see, a lot of people, even the younger ones, we need to be very careful because one of biggest issues with us as Africans is that we spend our projected incomes. “Once you start doing business [and] it starts doing well, but rather than for you to invest more in the business, you start spending thinking that profit will continue to come.
“There are ups and downs in business so you need to be very focused.” Asked of his opinion on areas young entrepreneurs should invest in, Dangote replied: “The sectors to focus on now are ICT and agriculture. These are the 2 promising sectors.”


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Yahoo boy who bought N125 million houses during his NYSC made a shocking confession

A 30-year-old suspected internet fraudster, Victor Ojionu, who specialized in hacking into credits cards belonging to Nigerian...