Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Photos from the star studded iParty in Nigeria

Etisalat organized the iParty event to launch Apple’s Iphone6 and iPhone 6plus in Nigeria.
Celebrity guests include Genevieve Nnaji, Alibaba, Kwam 1, Toolz, Toke Makinwa, Oreka Godis, Tee A, Tunde Demuren, Lala Akindoju, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Gideon Okeke, Sasha P, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Chirs Ihidero, Mai Atafo, Obisomto, Yvonne Vixen, Bukunyi Olateru Olagbegi, Noble Igwe, Osas Ighodaro, Maria Okan of BeatFm, Dede Mabiaku amongst many more.

Yemi Alade

Yvonne Vixen

Yemi Alade Thrilling


Tunde Demuren

Toke Makinwa

Tee A

Steve Babaeko

Sasha P

Oreka Godis

Osas Ighodaro, Maria Okanrende, Sasha P, Oreka Godis & Lala Akindoju

Osas Ighodaro

Phil Osagie

Sasha P, Ayo Animashaun, 2 Shotz

Oreka Godis & Toke Makinwa

Obisomto, Yvonne Vixen and Tee A

Noble Igwe


Matthew Willsher, CEO Etisalat Nigeria

Kwam 1 & Dede Mabiaku

Kwam 1

Lala Akindoju

Mai Atafo

Maria Okanrende


Gideon Okeke

Genevieve Nnaji


Fuse ODG


Ebuka, Mocheddah, Steve Babaeko

DJ Xclusive

DJ Spinall1

DJ Spinall

Darey 2


Deborah Willsher & Matthew Willsher

Dede mabiaku

DJ jimmyJatt

Dancers on Stage

Dammy Krane

Dammy Krane and Fuse ODG

Chris Ihidero

BK Olagbegi & MoCheddah

Alibaba, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Mai Atafo

Audu Maikori

Man invents pills that make your farts smell of chocolate or roses

Christian Poincheval

A 65 year old French man, Christian Poincheval claims to have invented a pill that makes farts smell like chocolate or roses. Previously in 2006, the inventor has sold pills to scent farts with rose or violet, but he recently debuted the chocolate version of it. A jar of 60 pf the pills sells for approx €10. The pills made from natural ingredients also help to reduce gas and bloating.

The inventor said the idea occurred to him during a fart-plagued dinner with friends....

"We were at the table with friends and after a hearty meal, our farts were so smelly we nearly suffocated," he said on his website
"The winds were not very pleasant for our fellow diners. Something had to be done."

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

#ViolenceAgainstWomen: World Observes 'International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women'

About 1 in 3 women has experienced physical or sexual violence, mostly by an intimate partner.
November 25 has been chosen as an International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
This date commemorates the Mirabal sisters, three Dominican women who were murdered in 1960 for opposing dictator Rafael Trujillo.
From now until December 10, which is Human Rights Day, the United Nations is calling for 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.