See famous Nigeria muscian speak on who to vote

    Nigeria is to have had a new president elect by today 17th February 2019, but due to some ridiculousness, the general election was shifted to next week barely four hours to the elections.

    This resulted in widespread outrage against INEC and the incumbent APC government.

    Nigeria’s Starboy, Wizkid, took to his Instagram story to vent his anger but also give advice to his followers. According to him, APC and PDP are the same thing and people should go out next week to vote a candidate of their choice.

    The same people fooling us around.

    Try and vote your choice let no one decieve your opinion.

    Stand a chance to make your country a better country.

    Let us encouraging ourselves to say no to corruption, and grab hold unto the Truth.

    Nigeria is our nation we for that reason we stand and build up the foundation.

    No one who knows who the best leader maybe.

    So for that reason we should vote our conscious.

    Four years pain and suffering is very hard to accommodate, let no one decieve you, either by political ideology, we should all try and understand the remedy of been govern by reckless leader.

Nigeria is to have had a new president elect by today 17th February 2019, but due to some ridiculousness, the general election was shifted to next week barely four hours to the elections.

This resulted in widespread outrage against INEC and the incumbent APC government.

Nigeria’s Starboy, Wizkid, took to his Instagram story to vent his anger but also give advice to his followers. According to him, APC and PDP are the same thing and people should go out next week to vote a candidate of their choice.

The same people fooling us around.

Try and vote your choice let no one decieve your opinion.

Stand a chance to make your country a better country.

Let us encouraging ourselves to say no to corruption, and grab hold unto the Truth.

Nigeria is our nation we for that reason we stand and build up the foundation.

No one who knows who the best leader maybe.

So for that reason we should vote our conscious.

Four years pain and suffering is very hard to accommodate, let no one decieve you, either by political ideology, we should all try and understand the remedy of been govern by reckless leader.

See famous Nigeria musciansspeak on who to vote

Nigeria is to have had a new president elect by today 17th February 2019, but due to some ridiculousness, the general election was shifted to next week barely four hours to the elections.

This resulted in widespread outrage against INEC and the incumbent APC government.

Nigeria’s Starboy, Wizkid, took to his Instagram story to vent his anger but also give advice to his followers. According to him, APC and PDP are the same thing and people should go out next week to vote a candidate of their choice.

The same people fooling us around.

Try and vote your choice let no one decieve your opinion.

Stand a chance to make your country a better country.

Let us encouraging ourselves to say no to corruption, and grab hold unto the Truth.

Nigeria is our nation we for that reason we stand and build up the foundation.

No one who knows who the best leader maybe.

So for that reason we should vote our conscious.

Four years pain and suffering is very hard to accommodate, let no one decieve you, either by political ideology, we should all try and understand the remedy of been govern by reckless leader.

‘If You Fail to vote Buhari, Lagos’ll Not Accommodate You’ — Tinubu threatens Igbos

National leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, has urged all Lagos residents, especially the Igbo community, to vote for the party in the general elections.He noted that Lagos could decide to behave in a way that would not favour the visitors, if they fail to support the party.

Tinubu spoke yesterday at the party’s Ikeja secretariat while addressing thousands of party faithful after the Governor’s Advisory Council (GAC) meeting.

Brimming with confidence for victory at the polls, the former governor said: “We appeal to our Igbo brothers, from the east; this is the state where you conduct your business; your children are in our schools. We don’t discriminate against them in our West African Examinations Council (WAEC), National Examination Council (NECO) or Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) fees. Even in our universities, they take the benefit of our tuition allowances and all that. Now, we say help us; vote for us and our candidates.”

Tinubu, accompanied by the party’s governorship candidate, Babajide Sanwoolu; his deputy, Kadri Hamzat, and other party leaders, reminded the Igbo how much they benefitted from the APC government, adding that he was specifically instrumental in the aversion of the demolition of Auto Spare Parts and Machinery Dealers Association (ASPAMDA) business district, owned majorly by the Igbo

Davido would have been jail by buhari if not for democracy

Hello Everyone,

You all must seen 1 or 2 things Davido has been doing lately to help PDP & Atiku win the forthcoming Presidential Election.

At the time when other Entertainers are hiding their head so they don’t get their hands stained, Davido came out to support Atiku.

Well, this is not the first time he’s rooting for them, we all saw him actively involved inOsun State Election but we understand that was because of his Uncle until recently when he started Campaigning for Atiku.

Davido has uttered/used many negative statements against Buhari & APC in recent time over the Osun and the now postponed Presidential Election.

The sad truth is that even Davido can’t stand 1% of the insult Buhari is ignoring, we can see him attacking some fans on Social media if you dare say any Trash at him.

Well, a Twitter user has come out to say Davido would have been jailed if not for Democracy.

See the Tweet below:-

Do You Agree With This Statement?

Do You Think It Was Reasonable For Davido To Campaign For Atiku/PDP?

We want to hear from you all on this important issue.

The fact about this case is that every Nigerian citizens is against president buhari for his inability to govern this great nation.

Drop your comments.

INEC mistakenly took keebi electorate to Kaduna

– INEC’s Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Kebbi state, Ahmad Mahmud, said some sensitive election materials meant for Kebbi were taken to Kaduna state

– Mahmud added that some materials meant for Katsina were brought to Kebbi state

– The REC who said the mistake was discovered during the inspection, however, promised that elections will take place in the LGAs in the state as the mistake was already being rectified

The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Kebbi state, Ahmad Mahmud has said that some of the sensitive election materials meant for the Saturday, February 23 elections in Kebbi state were “mistakenly” taken to Kaduna state and those meant for Katsina were brought to Kebbi state.

According to Daily Trust, the REC made this known during his interactions with journalists after inspecting the elections sensitive materials at the Central Bank of Nigeria’s state office in Birnin Kebbi.

Mahmud said “two of our forms-EC 8D1 and EC 8E1 were mistakenly taken to Kaduna and that of Katsina was brought to Kebbi.

“We discover it during the inspection and they are already bringing it back to Kebbi.”

He said INEC in Kebbi state had received all the sensitive materials meant for the presidential and National Assembly elections, adding that distributions will start on Wednesday, February 20, across the 21 local government areas of the state.

The REC also said that all Card Readers sent to the state have been configured.

He said: “I can confirm to you that we have received all the sensitive materials meant for Kebbi state and all the Card Readers have been configured. By tomorrow (Wednesday) we shall start distributing the sensitive materials.”

According to Mahmud, voting exercise will take place in 2,398 polling units and 1,345 voting points in the 225 wards of the state.

Meanwhile, ahead of the Saturday, February 23 presidential and National Assembly elections, INEC said it has deployed 90% of ma terials needed for the conduct of the exercise.

The disclosure was reportedly made by a top official of the electoral commission.

Legit.ng gathered that the undisclosed source said that as at 4pm on Monday, February 18, the electoral commission had achieved over 90% success rate of deployment.

Besides the reconfiguration of card readers and alleged sabotage, INEC had cited logistical challenges as reasons for its postponement of the elections.

Election materials meant for kwara was found in abuja

INEC election materials being sorted out

Malam Atahiru Madami, the Kwara State Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), has said that both Presidential and Senatorial election result sheets meant for the state were found in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) of Abuja.

Madami said this on the sideline of the distribution of sensitive materials to each of the 16 local government areas in Kwara state at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Ilorin on Wednesday.

“The result sheets for presidential and senatorial elections are with the FCT INEC. It was a mix-up and they will send it to us this evening”.

He added that the result sheet meant for Lagos state senatorial election also found its way to Kwara state.

Madami stated that the mix-up was of the reasons the elections were postponed on Feb 16.

He said with the postponement of the election, such situation would not repeat itself again, adding that preparations were on to ensure hitch free elections on Saturday.

He called on the electorate to come out en-masse and vote the candidates of their choice on Saturday

He promised to deliver a free and fair election.

He stated that the card readers for Kwara state have been reconfigured 100 per cent.

The News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) reports that INEC in the early hours of Feb.16 postponed the election slated for the same day, on account of logistics challenges.

INEC chairman Professor Mahmood Yakubu said: “Following the careful review and implementation of its logistic and operational plan and the determination to conduct free, fair and credible election, the commission came to the conclusion that proceeding with the elections as scheduled is no longer feasible.”

Election materials meant for kano was found in oyo

This is coming as INEC is preparing for the successful conduct of the presidential election scheduled to hold on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

INEC Materials [Premium Times]
INEC Materials [Premium Times]

Some elections materials meant to for Kano state have been found in Oyo state.

This is coming as INEC is preparing for the successful conduct of the presidential election scheduled to hold on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

According to Punch, the materials were discovered as staff of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)were sorting out materials.

The discovery was then reported to a senior INEC official who noted it down.

Speaking on the development, the senior official said the materials will be returned to Kano state as soon as possible.

INEC Materials [ICRI]
INEC Materials [ICRI]

INEC Materials [ICRI]

Election materials for Kwara found in Abuja

Also, election materials meant for Kwara state were found in Abuja.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Malam Atahiru Madami, the Kwara State Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), made this known to journalists.

INEC promises Nigerians

Meanwhile, INEC has promised to announce the presidential election results early.

Speaking to newsmen on the electoral body’s preparedness to conduct Saturday’s election, INEC boss, Mahmood Yakubu said the agency will not keep Nigerians waiting.

Yakubu however noted that accuracy will not be sacrificed for speed.

Tell your friends

Election materials are very intact in Edo state

FILE PHOTO: Election materials

All sensitive materials delivered to Edo for the conduct of the postponed Presidential and National Assembly elections on Feb. 16 are intact at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in Benin.

Mr Emmanuel Alex-Hart, the Edo Resident Electoral Commissioner, said this in Benin on Wednesday during an interactive session with newsmen.

He said that the commission would start distributing the sensitive materials by 6.30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21.

‘‘Yesterday, I led all political parties, security personnel and other stakeholders involved in the conduct of the elections to inspect the materials at CBN.

‘‘I can confirm that all the materials are intact and complete.

‘‘No material went out of CBN to any local government. We were still sorting the materials when the news of the postponement of the elections came.

‘‘So, the materials are complete and are still with the CBN,’’ he said.

Alex-Hart also said that ‘‘this morning we received materials from Akure and we are also expecting more from Asaba today.”

INEC postponed the Presidential and National Assembly elections from Feb. 16 to Feb. 23.

The commission also shifted the Governorship, State Houses of Assembly and FCT Area Councils’ elections from March 2 to March 9.

We should not let anyone decieve us with money.

Four years in pain and sorrow is very bad.

 

AS stake raise human expert

A key element in government plans for artificial intelligence is building trust between humans and machines so they can work together as teams. And while a lot of the focus, understandably, has been on whether AI systems can prove trustworthiness to their human counterparts, research also has found situations where humans can be a weak spot in the equation.

Trust is seen as essential to the future of human-machine teaming, whether that job is human resources, medical diagnosis, emergency response or military applications involving drones and weapons systems. As the stakes get higher, trust becomes more important, but those might be the situations where it’s most lacking, particularly when humans are already familiar with the task at hand.

Recent tests by the Army Research Laboratory, for instance, found that people were more likely to trust an AI’s recommendations when they didn’t know what the AI was talking about, while participants who were well versed in the scenario tended to disregard the AI’s advice. In that case, familiarity bred, if not outright contempt, at least a level of indifference.

The same recommendation process that works so well in the commercial sector — for choosing a restaurant or getting directions — doesn’t seem to apply in military settings, ARL scientist Dr. James Schaffer, said in an Army report. “Unfortunately, there are big gaps between the assumptions in these low-risk domains and military practice,” Schaffer said.

8 things that can make you poor

You were born poor, but if you die poor you have yourself to blame. Before you finish reading this article, at least 8 out of 10 people will have done something that contributes to their future poverty. Only 2 out of 10 will have done what is required to remain prosperous in the future. The question you need to ask yourself today is, “I’m I among the lucky 2 or the not-so-lucky 8?”

Here are 6 habits that could easily draw your route-map to a life of perpetual poverty.

1.You focus on linear income instead of passive income

Most people focus on linear income in the name of salary, allowances and one-off payments. Wise men on the other hand focus on passive income in the name of royalties, interest rates, value addition and profit.

Relying on linear income is similar to using buckets to fetch water from the river. With time, you’ll get too old and too tired to transport them to and fro and that means you’ll have to starve for as long as you don’t go to the river.

Relying on passive income on the other hand is similar to building a pipeline. It may require a lot of work at the beginning but with time, you’ll no longer have to go to the river to get water – the river will come to youand you’ll not starve.

This is the most fundamental principal of wealth creation that most (including you) are oblivious about.

2.You’re still waiting to start your journey of success

Everyone wants to succeed but very few people are willing to step into the cold waters. Do you see the problem here? In the history of the world, no marathon race has ever been won (or even finished) by someone who never left the starting line.

As you’re stuck saying that you have no enough capital to start, someone else is busy making good use of whatever little they have.

As you’re busy lamenting that there are no business ideas, someone else is busy sharpening his innovation claws.

When you’re busy complaining about a problem in your society, someone else is busy thinking how to start a business that solves that problem.

Continue waiting at the starting line and poverty will soon find you there to keep you company.

3.When you earn more you spend more

Consistently raising your expenditure is a good way to accumulate debt and to remain stuck in the echelons of poverty. To stay out of bad debt, you will either need to find a way to earn more or spend less. The first and best option is to find ways to earn more and keep your expenditure constant.

As you know this can only be done by creating multiple streams of income and lot’s of thinking is necessary in that case.

The second option is to simply cut on unnecessary expenses. The money that is saved from these budget cuts could be used for embarking on future investment programs.

You were born poor, but if you die poor you have yourself to blame. Before you finish reading this article, at least 8 out of 10 people will have done something that contributes to their future poverty. Only 2 out of 10 will have done what is required to remain prosperous in the future. The question you need to ask yourself today is, “I’m I among the lucky 2 or the not-so-lucky 8?”

Here are 6 habits that could easily draw your route-map to a life of perpetual poverty.

1.You focus on linear income instead of passive income

Most people focus on linear income in the name of salary, allowances and one-off payments. Wise men on the other hand focus on passive income in the name of royalties, interest rates, value addition and profit.

Relying on linear income is similar to using buckets to fetch water from the river. With time, you’ll get too old and too tired to transport them to and fro and that means you’ll have to starve for as long as you don’t go to the river.

Relying on passive income on the other hand is similar to building a pipeline. It may require a lot of work at the beginning but with time, you’ll no longer have to go to the river to get water – the river will come to youand you’ll not starve.

This is the most fundamental principal of wealth creation that most (including you) are oblivious about.

2.You’re still waiting to start your journey of success

Everyone wants to succeed but very few people are willing to step into the cold waters. Do you see the problem here? In the history of the world, no marathon race has ever been won (or even finished) by someone who never left the starting line.

As you’re stuck saying that you have no enough capital to start, someone else is busy making good use of whatever little they have.

As you’re busy lamenting that there are no business ideas, someone else is busy sharpening his innovation claws.

When you’re busy complaining about a problem in your society, someone else is busy thinking how to start a business that solves that problem.

Continue waiting at the starting line and poverty will soon find you there to keep you company.

3.When you earn more you spend more

Consistently raising your expenditure is a good way to accumulate debt and to remain stuck in the echelons of poverty. To stay out of bad debt, you will either need to find a way to earn more or spend less. The first and best option is to find ways to earn more and keep your expenditure constant.

As you know this can only be done by creating multiple streams of income and lot’s of thinking is necessary in that case.

The second option is to simply cut on unnecessary expenses. The money that is saved from these budget cuts could be used for embarking on future investment programs.

4.You complain instead of committing

“Life is too expensive”“It’s hopeless; I’ll never get out of debt”“I don’t earn enough money.” Have you ever uttered any of these statements before, or perhaps all of them? Old habits die hard; however, as long as you do nothing to change; then you and your coming generation have a direct ticket to the land of poverty.

Stop complaining and making lame excuses. Instead, take responsibility for your non-productive habits and focus on changing them – then do it!

5.You live for today, hoping tomorrow will care about its worries

In the 1950s a scientist from Harvard University studied the reasons for upward socio-economic mobility. He wanted to know how comes some generations get wealthier while others get poorer. All his research brought him to a single factor that he concluded was more accurate than any other thing in predicting success – he called it the time of perspective.

Time perspective is basically how far you project into the future when you make a decision today. An example of a long-term perspective is when a wise family man buys land or insurance for their child, even though he or she will not need it for the next eighteen years. This is a long-term approach that involves sacrificing in the short term to assure better outcomes in the long-term.

Most people remain poor because their “time perspective” is focused on short-term goals such as meeting basic lifestyle needs, buying luxury items, paying rent etc…are you one of them?

6.You just don’t get it!

The problem is that you keep learning but you don’t get it. You’re educated but you’ve never internalized what your teachers told you. You have knowledge but you don’t want to think too hard how to use it. You’re still stuck at the starting line all along because you don’t want to start small and grow bit by bit from there. You’re still stuck in the lottery mentality hoping that one day you’ll wake up and voila! discover “the newest, incredibly easiest way to get wealth.”

4.You complain instead of committing

“Life is too expensive”“It’s hopeless; I’ll never get out of debt”“I don’t earn enough money.” Have you ever uttered any of these statements before, or perhaps all of them? Old habits die hard; however, as long as you do nothing to change; then you and your coming generation have a direct ticket to the land of poverty.

Stop complaining and making lame excuses. Instead, take responsibility for your non-productive habits and focus on changing them – then do it!

5.You live for today, hoping tomorrow will care about its worries

In the 1950s a scientist from Harvard University studied the reasons for upward social economic mobility. He wanted to know how comes some generations get wealthier while others get poorer. All his research brought him to a single factor that he concluded was more accurate than any other thing in predicting success – he called it the perspective time.

Time perspective is basically how far you project into the future when you make a decision today. An example of a long-term perspective is when a wise family man buys land or insurance for their child, even though he or she will not need it for the next eighteen years. This is a long-term approach that involves sacrificing in the short term to assure better outcomes in the long-term.

Most people remain poor because their “time perspective” is focused on short-term goals such as meeting basic lifestyle needs, buying luxury items, paying rent etc…are you one of them?

6.You just don’t get it!

The problem is that you keep learning but you don’t get it. You’re educated but you’ve never internalized what your teachers told you. You have knowledge but you don’t want to think too hard how to use it. You’re still stuck at the starting line all along because you don’t want to start small and grow bit by bit from there. You’re still stuck in the lottery mentality hoping that one day you’ll wake up and voila! discover “the newest, incredibly easiest way to get wealth.”