Thursday, 24 January 2013

Forgive Me For My Absence

I can't post as frequently as I used to. I am very busy here at school in FUTO. Will make out time once in a while to feed you with information that might interest you.

Hope you are enjoying the AFCON 2012

Forgive Me For My Absence

I can't post as frequently as I used to. I am very busy here at school in FUTO. Will make out time once in a while to feed you with information that might interest you.

Hope you are enjoying the AFCON 2012

Friday, 11 January 2013

It's been a while

It's been one week since I went back to school to complete the first semester of my 2nd year in the university. Because of the demands of my academic work I find it challenging to post on my blog.

I apologize to my fans/readers who might be disappointed in my inability to update you with happenings in the entertainment world.

Meanwhile, I am running  a weekly news bulletin in Campus called 'The Infoscope'. I am  busy with the fifth edition right now.

See you later.

Love you all

xoxo

Mundus


Super Eagles 23-man squad list for Africa Nations Cup

The final 23 players that will represent Nigeria at the tournament are listed below.

1.       Vincent Enyeama
2.       Austin Ejide
3.       Chigozie Agbim
4.       Elderson Echiejile
5.       Juwon Oshaniwa
6.       Joseph Yobo
7.       Efe Ambrose
8.       Azubuike Egwuekwe
9.       Kenneth Omeruo
10.   Godfrey Oboabona
11.   John Mikel Obi
12.   Nosa Igiebor
13.   Ogenyi Onazi
14.   Raheem Lawal
15.   Obiora Nwankwo
16.   Fegor Ogude
17.   Reuben Gabriel
18.   Ahmed Musa
19.   Emmanuel Emenike
20.   Victor Moses
21.   Ikechukwu Uche
22.   Ejike Uzoenyi
23.   Sunday Mba

Oscar nomination 2013: Full list of nominees


LEADING ACTOR
Daniel Day-Lewis - Lincoln
Denzel Washington - Flight
Hugh Jackman - Les Miserables
Bradley Cooper - Silver Linings Playbook
Joaquin Phoenix - The Master

SUPPORTING ACTOR
Alan Arkin - Argo

Robert De Niro - Silver Linings Playbook

Tommy Lee Jones - Lincoln
Christoph Waltz - Django Unchained
Philip Seymour Hoffman - The Master

LEADING ACTRESS
Naomi Watts - The Impossible
Jessica Chastain - Zero Dark Thirty
Jennifer Lawrence - Silver Linings Playbook
Emmanuelle Riva - Amour
Quvenzhané Wallis - Beasts of the Southern Wild 

Sunday, 6 January 2013

Enebeli Enebuwa To Be Buried On The 11th Of January

The burial programme for late veteran actor, Enebeli Elebuwa, who died on December 5, 2012, has been released by his family. On January 9, 2013, a candlelight procession and Night of Tribute, will be held for the late actor at O’jez, inside the National Stadium at Surulere, in Lagos.

On January 10, 2013, a wake keep for the late actor will be held at NTA Channel 10 ground, Tejuosho, Yaba, Lagos. On January 11, 2013, a requiem mass will be held for the actor at St Michael’s Catholic Church, Lafiaji, Lagos. Interment will follow immediately after the requiem mass, at Victoria Court Cemetery, Ajah. 


On January 13, a Thanksgiving Service will be held for the late actor at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Lafiaji.

The actor passed away in New Delhi, where he was receiving treatment, after having suffered a stroke.

Kim Kardashian Baby Bump

This is exactly how Kim kardashian will look like few months from now. She still looks gorgeous.

Yvonne Nelson In Bikini


She has lost so much weight.

Photo Of Banky W and Family

Banky-W with mom and brother


Saturday, 5 January 2013

Please Leave Your Comments

It gives me joy to see people comment on my posts. It shows that they are actually been read and appreciated. Please do take out time to comment on my posts. I promise to continually bring you exclusive gist from the entertainment industry..

I love you all

Uwakwe Martin
www.twitter.com/mundus01

Pictures From Dana Air Inaugural Flight


Passengers on board Dana Air inaugural flight on Friday clap roared in jubilation when the Dana air plane landed safely at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, the Nigerian capital.

Dana Air Flight 9J353 left the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, southwest Nigeria, few minutes after 10 am and landed in Abuja at 11.05 packed with celebrities, journalists and some passengers.

Some of the celebrities who defied fear were Comedians, Basketmouth, Buchi, musician Harrisong, Kuba crew, among others.

Below are pictures from the inaugural flight



More After the cut

Friday, 4 January 2013

PHOTOS: Traditional Wedding ceremony of Gov.Okorocha’s daughter,Uloma & Hon.Uche Nwosu


On Thursday, January 3rd, Governor Rochas Okorocha welcomed dignitaries from far and wide in his palatial home in Ogboko . It was the traditional wedding ceremony between his “Ada”, Uloma and the Honourable Commissioner  for Lands, Survey and Urban Planning, Hon.Uche Nwosu.

Among dignitaries who were in attendance include former Military President, Gen Abdusalami Abubakar, Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi, Gov Babangida Aliyu of Niger state, Gov Theodore Orji from our sister state, Abia, Sokoto State Governor, Aliyu Wammako and the distinguished Senator, Chris Ngige to list a few.

Here are some photos from the colorful ceremony.

 Proud mother, Her excellency Nkechi Okorocha rocking majestically with the bride…

Peter Okoye Explains Why P-Square Will Snub Shows In January

After a hectic festive period, where they performed numerous shows in Nigeria and within the African continent, pop duo P-Square have announced they will be on break for the entire month of January.

n an interview with Silverbird Entertainment, Peter Okoye, who is chiefly responsible for the energetic dance moves said “Anybody who is thinking of booking P-Square this month, should forget about it.

We will be resting throughout the month of January.”

The Okoye brothers are one of the hottest groups in Nigeria and within its shores and have had to regularly book private jets, to be able to meet up their increasing gigs.

Peter Okoye Explains Why P-Square Will Snub Shows In January

After a hectic festive period, where they performed numerous shows in Nigeria and within the African continent, pop duo P-Square have announced they will be on break for the entire month of January.

n an interview with Silverbird Entertainment, Peter Okoye, who is chiefly responsible for the energetic dance moves said “Anybody who is thinking of booking P-Square this month, should forget about it.

We will be resting throughout the month of January.”

The Okoye brothers are one of the hottest groups in Nigeria and within its shores and have had to regularly book private jets, to be able to meet up their increasing gigs.

Peter Okoye Explains Why P-Square Will Snub Shows In January

After a hectic festive period, where they performed numerous shows in Nigeria and within the African continent, pop duo P-Square have announced they will be on break for the entire month of January.

n an interview with Silverbird Entertainment, Peter Okoye, who is chiefly responsible for the energetic dance moves said “Anybody who is thinking of booking P-Square this month, should forget about it.

We will be resting throughout the month of January.”

The Okoye brothers are one of the hottest groups in Nigeria and within its shores and have had to regularly book private jets, to be able to meet up their increasing gigs.

Peter Okoye Explains Why P-Square Will Snub Shows In January

After a hectic festive period, where they performed numerous shows in Nigeria and within the African continent, pop duo P-Square have announced they will be on break for the entire month of January.

n an interview with Silverbird Entertainment, Peter Okoye, who is chiefly responsible for the energetic dance moves said “Anybody who is thinking of booking P-Square this month, should forget about it.

We will be resting throughout the month of January.”

The Okoye brothers are one of the hottest groups in Nigeria and within its shores and have had to regularly book private jets, to be able to meet up their increasing gigs.

EFCC seizes 48 properties belonging to Timpre Sylva

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC), on Thursday seized 48 choice properties belonging to the former Bayelsa state governor, Mr Timpre Sylva.
The former governor is being prosecuted at a Federal High Court in Abuja for allegedly misappropriating N6.46 billion state funds during his tenure as governor of the oil rich state.
Confirming this to Channels Television, EFCC spokesman, Mr Wilson Uwujaren, said the commission’s action follows an order on December 28, 2012 by Justice A. R. Mohammed of the Federal High Court, Abuja.
Assets covered by the forfeiture order include: a mansion at 3 River Niger street, Plot 3192 Cadastral Zone AO, Maitama district Abuja and nine units (comprising six one bedroom and 3 two bedroom apartments) at 8 Sefadu street Wuse Zone 2, Plot 262 Cadastral Zone AO2, Wuse Abuja.
Others are 2 units’ duplexes at 5 Oguta Street, Plot 906 cadastral zone Wuse 11 Abuja.
Trial of the substantive suit comes up on 10th January, 2013.

Chelsea Confirms Signing Of Demba Ba.



Chelsea have confirmed the signing of striker Demba Ba from Newcastle United on a three-and-a-half year deal.
The club refused to disclose the fee although it is expected to have met the £7 million release clause that had been in Ba's contract at St James' Park.

The 27-year-old was the Magpies' top scorer last season with 16 goals in all competitions, and was also leading the scoring charts this term, with 13 strikes to his name.

Commenting on the move, Ba told the club's official website: "It feels good to be here, I'm very happy and very proud.

"It was important for me, and for Newcastle, to get my future sorted and now we can move on. Now they have the whole month to buy someone and for me as well, the sooner the better. Now I am here I just need to get settled in. 

"When the club who won the Champions League wants you, the decision is very easy. This club is massive and that's something that helped the decision a lot. It was not a hard one."

The Senegal international will wear the number 29 shirt for the Blues and will be eligible to feature in Saturday's FA Cup tie away to Southampton.

Wednesday, 2 January 2013

JONATHAN CONFIRMS ARREST OF KEY PERSONS BEHIND BOMB BLASTS


President Goodluck Jonathan says those involved in the bombing of churches in Niger State, the United Nations building and the Police headquarters in Abuja have been arrested.  The president disclosed this at the New Year service held at the All Saints Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion; Wuse, Zone 5, Abuja. He described the Boko Haram terror attacks, kidnapping in the south east and armed robbery as momentary challenges, promising that his administration will overcome the issue of terrorism in the country.

President Jonathan also assured Nigerians that his administration would continue with the drives for employment creation by encouraging the private sector and entrepreneurs to grow.

In his sermon, the Primate of the Anglican Communion, Nicholas Okoh, said Churches all over the world was celebrating the naming and circumcision of Jesus Christ as well as the New Year.   Speaking on the theme, circumcise your heart, Most Reverend Okoh urged Nigerians to have a positive change of heart.

Tuesday, 1 January 2013

President Goodluck Jonathan's New Year's Message.

Below is the new year message from our dear president Jonathan... and yes dont be afraid. the price of PMS was not increased ..:) Happy new year once more.

My dear friends on facebook,

As we enter a new year, I want to assure Nigerians that the future of our nation is better than its past. We have had some challenges and together, we have either overcome them or are in the process of overcoming them. In our overcoming, we have bonded together and our understanding of our unique Nigerianness has grown.

As 2013 dawns on us, we must use this year to further define the type of future we want as a nation. We should be conscious that this year is the last year before the centenary of Nigeria’s amalgamation of 1914 so we must do everything to ensure that the coming new century must be a Nigerian century and for that to happen we must sow good seeds today.

With your help this administration has been doing whatever it takes to make Nigeria fulfill the dreams of our founding fathers. 

In the last year, Nigeria has made positive strides in the area of GDP growth where we have maintained a consistent GDP growth rate of over 6% per annum for the last 3 years prompting the Clinton Foundation this year to celebrate Nigeria as one of the 10 fastest growing economies of the world.

In the past, we were used to reading negative stories about Nigeria from the International Community. But because of the progress we have made as a nation, the leading lights of the International Community now point to Nigeria as a beacon of economic hope to the rest of the world.

In his 2012 speech to the Conservative Party, on the 10th of October, 2012, the British Prime Minister, David Cameron had this to say about Nigeria “Yes, we’ve been hearing about China and India for years …but it’s hard to believe what’s happening in Brazil, in Indonesia, in Nigeria too. Meanwhile, the old powers are on the slide. What do the countries on the rise have in common? They are lean, fit, obsessed with enterprise, spending money on the future – on education, incredible infrastructure and technology.”

The world has not failed to notice that Nigerian’s Life Expectancy has increased by 10%, that millions of children who were out of the school system are now having opportunities to go to school with the take of f of the Almajiri education scheme, that thousands of young Nigerians with ideas but no finance have been empowered to start up a business and employ others under the Youths Enterprise With Innovation in Nigeria (YouWIN) initiative. In 2012, the Per Capita Income of the average Nigerian increased year on year when compared to 2011.

We are spending more on infrastructure so that in the New Year Nigerians can spend more time at work. We are generating power at our highest rate ever; Our Sovereign Wealth Fund is set to take off so that future generations of Nigerians can have savings even before they are born. We are near self sufficiency in cement production and are set to reach the same height in rice production and other staples owing to the unique voucher system of fertilizer distribution that cuts out the middle man.

Once considered a dead and buried sector, our railways have been revived and it is now possible to travel from Lagos to Kano at less than the cost that it used to take to travel between Lagos to Ibadan by road.

Dear friends, these and other initiatives have been undertaken to ensure that when I say to you that I wish you a happy New Year, I say so with the knowledge that this is not mere wishful thinking, because this administration has laid the foundation upon which the average Nigerian can step up and actualize that greeting into reality.

Once again, I, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, do wish my friends on facebook a Happy New Year and may God grant you your heart’s desire on this and every other day. GEJ

Happy New Year friends


This is me wishing you a happy and prosperous new year.

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