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Saturday, 15 December 2018

Watch Send Her Money By DJ Enimoney Ft Olamide, Kizz Daniel, Kranium And LK Kuddy

Dj Enimoney has released a new track titled “Send her Money” he features his brother Olamide and other music acts-Kizz Daniel, Kranium and LK Kuddy. Dj Enimony real name Eniola Adedeji has other tracks to his credit like Diet, Oya Dab and Sweety Gurl. He is part of the YBNL Label to which Olamide is […]

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Gov. Emmanuel inaugurates rice mill in A’Ibom

Gov. Emmanuel inaugurates rice mill in A’Ibom

Gov. Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom has inaugurated a rice mill in Ini Local Government Area of the state to boost food production.

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Navy winning fight against sea pirates, says Navy Chief

Nigerian Navy

Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Adm. Ibok-Ete Ibas, stated this on Saturday during the inauguration of a naval medical centre and gulf course at the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Pathfinder in Port Harcourt.

The Nigerian Navy says that its improved presence at sea has reduced incidences of sea piracy which hitherto was prevalent on the nation’s territorial waters.

Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Adm. Ibok-Ete Ibas, stated this on Saturday during the inauguration of a naval medical centre and gulf course at the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Pathfinder in Port Harcourt.

Ibas attributed the declining occurrences of activities of sea pirates to the adoption of the Maritime Domain Awareness Infrastructure strategy launched few years ago.

He said: “We have been able to successfully reduce the incidences of sea piracy as well as contained the menace of maritime criminals we have at sea.

“We have robust infrastructure – maritime domain awareness infrastructure – which gives us an eye over the seas.

“Hitherto, these criminal elements carried out their actions, and we didn’t see them; but now, we see them and we are able to respond appropriately.

“This also goes to affirm that with necessary enablement that we will be able to carry out our legitimate functions – which is what the navy has done,� he said.

Ibas further attributed the success to the addition of the newly acquired warships and assault gunboats to the Nigerian navy fleet in the last one year.

The naval chief said the improved security at sea had resulted in steady rise in production of crude oil as well as economy of the nation.

He said that in spite of challenges encountered in 2018, the navy made remarkable progress in both operational duties and welfare of personnel.

“So, I am here at NNS Pathfinder as part of routine function to appraise the operational readiness of the Nigerian Navy. I am happy with our performance so far.

“The various commands that I visited have been able to judiciously utilise the resources that have been made available to them.

“So, it is on that note that I have commissioned a medical centre in addition to other welfare facilities to further encourage the officers and men and their families,� he said.

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The right way to do reverse lunges

The single-leg move will increase stability, fix muscle imbalances, reduce knee and hip pain, and even help you walk better in heels, says Darin Hulslander, certified strength and conditioning specialist

Adding reverse lunges into your regular rotation will do for your body what you should be doing for your car: delivering a routine, total-body tune up.

The single-leg move will increase stability, fix muscle imbalances, reduce knee and hip pain, and even help you walk better in heels, says Darin Hulslander, certified strength and conditioning specialist and personal trainer with This Is Performance. And just like a wax and shine, that step-back-and-squat will build your booty and sculpt your legs.

How To Do Reverse Lunge

How to: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, hands at side or on your hips. With your right foot, step back about one and a half times your normal stride length, landing with the ball of that foot on the ground and your heel up. Lower the back leg straight down until it gently grazes the ground or close to, creating a 90-degree angle in the front leg. Push through the heel and midfoot of the front leg to return to standing, bringing your right foot back in line with your left. Repeat on the left side. That’s one rep.

“The reverse lunge is probably the best overall single-leg exercise you can do."

Form notes: Ensure the toes and knee of your back leg are facing the same direction throughout the entire move to keep your knees healthy. And make sure you’re fully bending the back leg, or it’ll cause a strain in your hips. If you feel any pain, don’t go down as far, Hulslander says.

If you need stability support at first, do the move next to a ballet bar or wall to help as you lower and raise. And if you have limited ankle or hip mobility, try Hulslander’s prisoner reverse lunges first: Place your hands behind you head as you step back, lower, and return to start. This helps open the chest, keep a more neutral upper back, and reduces the strain on already tight tendons, he explains. Work your way up to hands on your hips.

Reps/sets you should do to see results: Do eight reps on one leg, then switch and repeat on the other side. Complete three to four sets total.

The Benefits Of Reverse Lunges

“The reverse lunge is probably the best overall single-leg exercise you can do,� Hulslander says.

For starters, the move actively targets the quads, glutes, and hamstrings-which means it’s strengthening and sculpting your entire backside. It teaches the knee to stabilize itself over the toe-great for your running technique-and it’s easier on your knees than the typical lunge since stepping backward calls for less shearing of the joint.

Additionally, reverse lunges improve your range of motion and mobility, which will cascade into boosting pretty much every aspect of your life. “A lack of ankle mobility is one of the main causes of knee pain I see, while limited hip mobility contributes to lower back pain," Hulslander says. In addition to less pain, you can expect this move to help with everything from squatting deeper to picking your kids up off the floor.

To top it off, this move teaches your body how to shift your weight backward-something you rarely practice but often need, like when someone comes around a corner too fast or you misstep in high heels, Hulslander points out.

Make Reverse Lunges Part Of Your Workout

Beginners should start working reverse lunges into their routine twice a week, just using bodyweight. Once your body is used to all the stability work, Hulslander advises leveraging the move as often as every workout. He likes to do one or two sets of five reps as part of a dynamic warmup because, "it creates a nice stretch in the glutes, and gets the brain thinking of how to do the exercise."

In a workout, pair reverse lunges with an upper-body move during circuits so your legs can get adequate rest from such a demanding movement. Or make them a part of your HIIT routine (but keep it weight-free since you want to execute it fast, but with proper form). And program the move toward the start of your routine since it's "a more taxing movement and you don’t want to be too fatigued or your form and balance will suffer,� Hulslander says.

More advanced variations on side lunges: If you can execute three sets of eight bodyweight reps without your knee banging the floor or feeling strain in your hips (signs of muscle weakness and limited mobility, respectively), you’re ready to upgrade:

  • Throw a towel or slider under your back foot, which will force the front leg to work much harder to stay stable and keep the back leg from sliding out too far.

  • If your goal is muscle building, add weight to the bodyweight move-like a dumbbell or kettlebell.

  • The most advanced version: Elevate the front foot two to four inches off the ground. “This forces the front leg to work harder," says Hulslander, "and requires deeper hip mobility to help you return to the starting position.â€� 

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Traditionalist Endorses AD Guber Candidate As Lagos Gov

Lagos – The Lagos State chapter of Igunuko cultural group has declared their support for the governorship candidate of the Alliance for Democracy (AD), Chief Owolabi Salis.

The traditionalist endorses the gubernatorial candidate yesterday at the Igunuko 2018 cultural festival held in Mafoluku area of Lagos State.

Chairman of the group, Mudashiru Maculey while speaking at the occasion said: “It is the first time a candidate that has passion, for culture and traditional values is coming out to contest as a governor for the state.

“We endorsed your candidacy based on the promises you made that you will declare setting aside day to celebrate Isese day (cultural day to worship gods)

“We express our enthusiasm for this is the first time that a member is coming out boldly to contest for the number one seat in the state.”

In his address, Salis reassure the group of his commitment to tradition and culture noting that he will partner and invest on culture.

According to him, “I’m a believer of tradition and culture. Culture is important to me. We will raise African culture. African culture is the number one transnational culture in the world.

“Yoruba is the third, when I say transnational, I mean a culture that is practiced by other races. African culture is after Christianity and Islam.

“There is nothing bad to declare Isese day. I will invest heavily on culture. Am going to visit some shrines and tell you how to modernise it. Culture is one of the reasons am in this race.”

Earlier at a meeting with Council of Imams in Epe and Alimosho Division of the state, the governorship candidate Salis said his government would be for the people, most especially the grassroots.

He said, “There is suffering in the land, and we cannot continue to let our commonwealth be in the hands of certain individuals.”

He further noted that he was not contesting to bargain saying “I am a man of good pedigree and I am not a man anyone can push around, I mean business.”

In his word, he said he has started door to door campaign so as to know the needs of the people, added that he remains the man to beat in the governorship race of Lagos State.

“I am not just a candidate for AD, I am a candidate for the less privileged in APC, PDP and other parties and together we are going to rescue power from the hand of individuals and give it to the masses in the state.

“Most of those contesting for the seat of Lagos state governor are zero -focused in terms of the masses need but I am going to deliver Lagosians from slavery of poverty, lack of good shelter, education and other pressing challenges facing the people in the state,” he said.

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Warnock brands Premier League refereeing situation 'a disgrace' after Cardiff 'experiment'

Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock.

The Bluebirds boss questioned the decision to choose an inexperienced referee for his side’s meeting with Watford at Vicarage Road

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Scottish Open: Mark Allen 'doesn't deserve to be in final' after 'disrespecting' tournament

Mark Allen says he has reached the Scottish Open final despite “disrespecting the event” with a week of too much drinking.
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The Late 5: Time has come to bring the evils of Boko Haram to a definitive end – Buhari; I can’t wait for the Presidential debate – Atiku | Other top stories

These are the stories that drove the conversation today:

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday summoned another Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) to address prevailing security challenges in the sub-region.

Addressing the other Heads of the State at the Summit, Buhari noting that the meeting was called up to consider the report of the Committee set up during the last Summit in N’Djamena, Chad on the way forward, said the crisis in the sub-region must be put to an end to enable meaningful development for its people.

“The time has come for the evil of Boko Haram to be brought to a definitive end,” he stated.


The Presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for the 2019 elections, Atiku Abubakar, has expressed satisfaction with the showing of his running mate, Peter Obi, at the Vice-Presidential debate, adding that he is eager to participate at next month’s presidential debate.

The former Vice president who stated this in a tweet using his verified Twitter handle hours after watching the five-man vice-presidential debate in Abuja, said that his running mate laid out their vision to get Nigeria working again.

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The lawmaker representing Borno South, Senator Ali Ndume, on Saturday appealed to his colleagues in the Senate and House of Representatives not to boycott Wednesday’s presentation of the 2019 Budget to National Assembly by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Ndume who disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria  in Abuja, said he understood the reactions of the honourable members, “as a result of the unnecessary comment credited to the Minister of Budget as to who is responsible for the delay,” noting that national interest should be placed above any individual or group interest.

“My take on this is that two wrongs do not make a right and I want to appeal to my colleagues in the House of Representatives to have a rethink because the President is not responsible for what the minister was alleged to have said. “So, I feel the reasonable thing to do is to receive Mr President in a joint session because it is very key to our national interest,” he said.


The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has accused the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) of plotting to use some Russians to hack the database of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) ahead of the 2019 general election.

Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the APC, Yekini Nabena, made the allegation in an interactive session with journalists on Friday in Abuja, insisting that the alleged plot is the reason the opposition leaders are calling on President Muhammadu Buhari to sign the electoral act amendment bill into law, in line with a strategy they (the PDP) agreed on in Dubai.

“They planned to bring some Russians to help them hack the system. That is their joker. Once the president signs the bill, they will just bring in the Russians to help them hack into the system. Saraki and others went to Russia and they have their plan to hack the system, input their figures after results have been transmitted electronically which will now be announced,� he stated.


An embattled former Federal High Court Judge, Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia on Friday, slumped in the premises of the Ikeja High Court where she is standing trial over allegations of collecting bribes running into millions of dollars.

She was consequently rushed to a local hospital in an ambulance forcing Justice Hakeem Oshodi to adjourn the matter, following a request by her lead counsel, Mr Robert Clarke, SAN.

Ajumogobia had in October been dismissed from the bench by the National Judicial Council (NJC) for gross misconduct.


And stories from around the world:

Zambia has denied claims by a White House official that China is about to take over its state power utility to recover $6-10 billion debt, noting the utility was never provided as collateral and its debt to Beijing was only $3.1 billion. (Reuters)


“Yellow vest” protesters have gathered in Paris and other cities for a fifth consecutive Saturday of demonstrations.

Protesters defied a government call to suspend the action following Tuesday’s attack on Strasbourg’s Christmas market where a gunman killed four people. (BBC)


Australia formally recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, reversing decades of Middle East policy, but will not move its embassy there immediately, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday. (Reuters)


A federal judge in Texas has ruled that the US health care law known as Obamacare is unconstitutional — a ruling that opposition Democrats condemned Saturday and vowed to appeal. (AFP)


At least 21 people have been killed in two days of intense fighting between ethnic groups in southern Ethiopia amid escalating violence that has sent hundreds fleeing across the border to neighbouring Kenya. (Al Jazeera)

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FC Ifeanyiubah Appoint Okagbue As New Head Coach

FC Ifeanyiubah Appoint Okagbue As New Head Coach

Nigeria Professional Football League outfit, FC IfeanyiUbah have named Uche Okagbue as their new head coach, reports Completesportsnigeria.com. Okagbue,  was an assistant to Ladan Bosso last season and has now been handed the mantle to oversee the affairs of the team. Three seasons ago, Okagbue orchestrated the promotion of Remo Stars FC to the Nigeria […]

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Egypt or South Africa will host 2019 Africa Cup of Nations: CAF

The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations will take place in either Egypt or South Africa, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) confirmed on Saturday.

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13 Killed In Gunfight, Clashes – Report

Thirteen people have died, including nine civilians, in a gunfight between militants and soldiers in India’s Jammu and Kashmir state and the clashes that followed, police said on Saturday. The gunfight took place in the early morning in Sirnoo village in Pulwama district as a joint team of the army and paramilitary personnel searched for […]

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Modric criticises Ballon d’Or gala snub by Messi, Ronaldo

Modric criticises Ballon d’Or gala snub by Messi, Ronaldo

Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric has criticised Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for choosing not to attend this month’s ceremony where he was given the award.

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South African Forces Attack Congo Rebels‚ Sparking Possible Diplomatic Row

South African National Defence Force (SANDF) Rooivalk attack helicopters have launched multiple attacks on Islamic-linked rebel forces in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.

The Ugandan separatist Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) have been behind a spate of massacres at schools‚ hospitals and villages in the region.

South African National Defence Force troops are in the area as part of a United Nations-backed peacekeeping mission to restore stability to the eastern DRC.

The attacks by the SANDF late yesterday were carried out despite the DRC government trying to forbid the UN’s actions.

Reports indicate that the helicopters caused considerable damage to several of the rebels’ bases‚ although exact losses of ADF personnel are unknown.

The attacks came as ADF forces were marching on several villages on the outskirts of eastern DRC town of Beni.

Infighting between the DRC government and the UN follows ADF fighters stepping up attacks on peacekeepers in the region.

In the latest incident‚ ADF fighters launched a multi-pronged attack on Sunday on two of the UN’s force intervention brigade’s bases as well as a hospital in which they hacked patients to death.

A Malawian peacekeeper and 31 civilians were killed and numerous people were injured‚ including peacekeepers.

The 10-hour assault on Sunday was the first time that the brigade‚ which includes peacekeepers from South Africa‚ Tanzania and Malawi‚ had confronted the ADF. South African soldiers were not caught up in these attacks.

The brigade was established in 2012 to counter attacks by rebel armies based in the eastern DRC‚ which have killed and displaced thousands of people.

Political bickering between the UN and the DRC government has left the brigade‚ which was highly successful in destroying the M23 rebel group in 2013‚ almost toothless in their response to current militia attacks.

South African diplomatic sources in Kinshasa said the tensions were over the DRC government’s military “allies�‚ the inclusion of several of its senior military commanders — who are accused of war crimes — in UN operations and the UN peacekeeping force’s size.

The UN peacekeeping mission to the DRC is its largest‚ with 20‚000 peacekeepers stationed in the country.

South Africa has 1‚400 troops in the mission‚ the majority in the country’s eastern region.

A diplomat‚ speaking on condition of anonymity‚ said the DRC government wanted the UN force considerably reduced.

” They are pushing for the numbers to drop to 7‚000. They know the UN won’t budge‚ which is what they want. With the UN not budging on troop decreases or the inclusion of its army commanders‚ who are accused of war crimes‚ in the UN’s military operations‚ the government is deliberating frustrating these [fighting] missions.â€�

He said the DRC government had the UN “over a barrel�.

“This suits them. The country is a hive of security concerns with political tensions rising.

“The country is meant to go to elections next year‚ but that plan is fading. There were meant to be local provincial elections in October‚ but they never happened‚ apparently because they were ‘too expensive’.

“The government spoke last week of setting up a dialogue forum around the election‚ but it’s clear they don’t want them held‚ giving no date for when the dialogue will begin.�

The country is set to go to the polls in November when President Joseph Kabila’s second term ends.

The diplomat said the Catholic church supported the dialogue‚ but not if it meant the elections would be postponed.

“The church is set to lead mass protests in February. The last mass protests in January ended with 40 shot dead by government forces. Political rivalry in the east heating up and now you have the ADF.�

He said the latest attacks by the ADF were of “serious concern�.

“They are increasing their attacks on the UN. They have butchered people in hospitals and gone on raping sprees. There are huge power and security voids‚ The last thing this country needs is a jihadist group gaining ground.�

Another diplomat said the brigade’s operations were deliberately being frustrated by the government’s refusal to allow it or other UN forces to allow it to take part in its military operations.

“Peacekeeping here requires the DRC’s military support. If its not provided the ADF and other militias will run riot.�

He said up until the demolishment of the M23‚ the brigade had received the government’s support.

“They were a ‘bother’ to the government‚ but now that our troops want to take on the other groups‚ most importantly the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda it is a different ball game.

“They are an ally to the government in that they share a common enemy‚ the Rwandan government. The brigade was meant to take them on in March‚ but that didn’t happen.

“The brigade was meant to take on a number of other militias‚ but without the government’s military support our troops are sitting idle. They are hamstrung in their fight against thousands and thousands of rebels.�

Major-General Barney Hlatshwayo‚ the SANDF’s Chief Operations Director‚ said the DRC had to accept the UN had a role to play.

“There has to be co-operation.�

Hlatshwayo said there were multiple rebel groups who were “problematic� in the DRC.

“It is not just the ADF. It is the FDLR and other such groups who also have to be dealt with decisively and urgently. This issue will require political intervention. The DRC government must understand this.�

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