The proud daddy of the ten month old, today posted a picture of himself and his beautiful daughter Royalty. The caption reads: God has blessed me with my twin. #Royalty.
Friday, 17 April 2015
Thursday, 20 February 2014
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Kanye West Asks Kim Kardashian To Leave Mother’s House
kimye fight over living in mother-in-law Kris Jenner's California Home as it becomes too small to take them Kanye West and Kim Kardashian continue to fight over their accommodation situation. Reports now claim the rapper has asked his wife-to-be to leave her Keeping Up With The Kardashians Show’s shooting for a while so they could sort out their living conditions.According to RadarOnline, "Kanye is tired of living with his mother-in-law Kris Jenner in California as their Bel Air home undergoes renovations. The rapper had a major falling out with Kim over their living arrangements.”Other reports coming from NOW Magazine in UK claim Kanye has begged Kim for some time away from her famed TV family and is counting down the days until he can move out! "With her new home still incomplete, bride-to-be Kim upsets Kanye as she admits she’s happy living with her family,” the report revealed.Well, it seems the mother of one is not so bothered about her nagging fiancé at all as she loves being with her family! However Kim appeared to confirm the news! "It’s the family dynamic. There's a huge family constantly coming in and out of that house. It’s a lot to take! That’s why recently Kanye and I went to Paris, just the two of us, and let my family watch our daughter, North," Kardashian is quoted as telling the magazine.The couple are currently residing in Jenner’s Califomia home with their daughter Northand Kim’s younger sisters Khloe, 29, Kendall, 18, and Kylie, 16, until their mansion is completed later this year - hopefully.
Friday, 26 July 2013
THE Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, will meet today on the ongoing strike embarked upon by university lecturers over the non- implementation of the 2009 FG/ASUU agreement.
This came against the backdrop of Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chief Emeka Wogu’s denial of a newspaper report that the Federal Government agreement with ASUU could not work.
The minister said he never made such a statement and that he only appealed to the union to return to the classrooms while negotiations continued.
Last week, the two opposing sides had met with the Senate and House of Representatives Joint Committee on Education to find a solution to the crisis, so students could go back to school, but the meeting ended in deadlock and the two groups were told to go back and review their positions to come back on a latter date.
But the Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayyatu Rufa’I, while fielding questions from newsmen, yesterday, disclosed that the Federal Government had no other option than to meet with the union to resolve the crisis, so students can return to school.
Prof. Rufa’I said: “Government has no option but to make efforts to resolve ASUU crisis. Mr. President is concerned, everybody is concerned, definitely, efforts will have to be made to have students back in classrooms.
“So we are pleading with our colleagues in ASUU to call off the strike but we are meeting with them, we are meeting tomorrow (today).
President of Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Dr. Nasir Fagge, has said Nigeria’s economy had been taken over by Chinese as leaders in Nigeria have refused to provide quality education to the people, while the Chinese government trained its people in all sectors with the necessary facilities.
Dr. Fagge in an interview with Vanguard said Nigeria’s economy will continue to dwindle except leaders of the country provided universities with adequate facilities to give qualitative education to the youths.
He said: “The thing about it is that, if other countries are investing about 28-30 per cent of their annual budget in education, typically Ghana, even this year, Ghana has committed 28 per cent of its total budget to education, if they can do it, why not Nigeria.
“Is it because we are under the dictates of IMF and World Bank, don’t we want to do what is right, must our children continue to go to Ghanaian university for education, must our people be leaving our country, be brain-drained to other countries to go and develop their economies, must we continue this way”?
“Even now, what is happening is that the Chinese have taken over our economy simply because they have trained their people, they have educated their people and their people can compete any where in the World that is why our President is going to China to go and sign MoU (Memorandum of Understanding).
“Why cant we do the same, why cant we train our people and give them quality education so that we will also be exporting them to go and carry out assignments in other countries and then bring foreign exchange for our country and then we will not need to be importing people to come and do some sundry projects in our country.
“Most of the key contracts now are being forwarded to Chinese companies; all our companies are down simply because we have not paid high premium to our education sector that is what we are saying. Are we happy with what we are producing as graduates? We are not that is what we are crying out for.
“Let people understand that it is the pride of an intellectual to produce a well rounded intellectual who is even better than himself, but that is not what we are having. We are having people because we don’t have the facilities to give them state of-the-art training and we are crying out and people are telling us all sorts of things.”
ASUU president, who expressed optimism that the agreement the union entered into with the federal government would be implemented, also decried the moving in droves of Nigerian students to Ghana, since he country paid more attention to the education sector.
“This thing that they are saying agreement cannot be implemented, we have heard it before. Prof. Ben Nwabueze was always in the media when he was the Minister of Education saying that it was an agreement of imperfect obligation,” he said.
Wednesday, 24 July 2013
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Human rights activist and President of the Campaign for Democracy, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, on Monday said that the Senate’s recent resolution on child marriage violated decency.
Widespread condemnation has greeted an amendment that would allow girls under 18 to get married.
The Senate Committee on the review of the 1999 constitution, through a voice vote on July 16, resolved to alter Section 29(A) of the constitution.
The Senate has, however, deleted age specification, saying a woman was deemed to be of age once she was married, irrespective of her age.
In an interview with NAN, Odumakin urged Nigerians to reject the resolution as it would be an opportunity for “social perverts to further mess up the lives of our young girls.
“It is expected that the Senate will use the opportunity offered by this constitutional amendment to legislate on those issues that will bring Nigeria into compliance with global trends.
“Trends that will ensure compulsory education for all children, particularly the girls who are most vulnerable.
“This in turn will greatly influence and reduce the alarming trend of those factors that are implications of early marriage, particularly cases of Vesico Vagina Fistula, which is common in Nigeria.
“Our demand is that the National Assembly should formally include the minimum universal age of 18 for marriage in its amendment of the constitution and make contrary actions punishable.
“This is a challenging moment for voices of courage to speak out loud and clear to stop this perversion by preventing this legislation from coming to reality.”
Also, Amy Oyekunle, the Executive Director, Kudirat Initiative for Democracy, said it would be an injustice against Nigerian women and girls if section 29 (4)(b) is kept.
According to Oyekunle, the section creates loopholes within which Nigeria could continue to discriminate against half of the population.
She said: “The Senate should adjust the resolution and not cause confusion among Nigerians.”
In the same vein, Deola Abioge, a lawyer, called for the deletion of the section, which deemed a girl under the age of 18 ripe for marriage.
Abioge said: “If a girl can get married under the age of 18,what the Senate is saying is that she also has a right to vote.”Send your press release/articles/enquiries to: email@example.com
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