Chimamanda Adichie disagrees with Buhari on Nigeria Governance

“He had an opportunity to make real reforms early on, to boldly reshape Nigeria’s path. He wasted it,”

The largest cities in Nigeria: ranked 1 to 10.

List of largest cities in Nigeria is different from the list of most loved cities in Nigeria

Ankara Dresses, Prints, Latest Fashion Trends

It started as a movement in Africa, Ankara, the African prints has become the latest fashion trends in the globe. Ankara Inspired by the locals and designers in Africa has become the next big thing. Osas eye brings you a collection of the best Ankara dresses

Who will bring back Nigeria’s lost girls?

If Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan can free the missing girls, he would have done it before now. He can't. He failed

African Clothing, Traditional Men's Fashion Styles

African wear continues to rock the fashion trend. From Nigeria to South Africa, Osas eye gives you look at some of the jaw dropping traditional wear by African designers for men

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Miracle 4 months old baby rescued from Nepal Earthquake after 22 hours

Miracle 4 months old baby rescued from Nepal Earthquake after 22 hours

An elderly woman was pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building on Tuesday and one 40-year-old mother was rescued after 36 hours. One man was rescued after 60 hours and another was even found alive after 80 hours under rubble.

This story of the month and Miracle of God is that of an amazing rescue on Sunday, with rescurers pulling a 4-month-old boy from the rubble after Saturday's devastating Nepal earthquake.

The baby was trapped for about 22 hours, according to Kathmandu Today. Officials tried to rescue the baby on Saturday, but were unsuccessful and gave up around midnight. The boy's father, Shyam Awal, heard his cries that night and the army returned the next morning and saved the baby.

The boy, Sonit Awal, was taken to a local hospital to be examined, but reportedly avoided any serious injury in the ordeal.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Queen Elizabeth Birthday turns 89

Queen Elizabeth Birthday turns 89

Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 89th birthday on Tuesday. On Tuesday, the monarch celebrates her 89th birthday and treats himself on this occasion a quiet day with no public appointments. 

We congratulate Queen Elizabeth of heart for her birthday and hope that they can still celebrate many more surrounded by her family.Since her Diamond Jubilee in 2012 and after 60 years on the throne Elizabeth takes a little bit shorter.

If they stay healthy, they will break the record of Queen Victoria in September - 63 years and 216 days on the throne.The Queen is head of 15 countries outside the UK - from Canada and Australia on Jamaica to Tuvalu

Stephen Keshi re-appointed as Nigeria coach

Stephen Keshi re-appointed as Nigeria coach

Former Nigerian player Stephen Keshi has been appointed manager again. In his first spell he won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations but the deal was not renewed after a poor 2014 World Cup turnout.

He later returned on a match-by-match deal, which ended in November after failure to qualify for the 2015 African Nations Cup.

"It's a fresh start. We need the support of our fans, media and every Nigerian to return the team to where we truly belong," Keshi told BBC Sport.

"As a coach and former player I was also hurt that we failed to qualify for the last Nations Cup.
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“I remain confident that this time around we will see an improvement, change in attitude and positive results”Stephen Keshi

"To succeed we all need to come together as one because Nigeria belongs to us - this is not Stephen Keshi's team but our national team."

The Nigerian Football Federation technical committee boss Felix Anyansi-Agwu said: "The NFF board is confident Stephen Keshi can take the Super Eagles to new heights.

"We want Nigerians to see this as a new beginning and to support the team and the NFF."

Keshi, who also won the Nations Cup as a player with Nigeria in 1994, declined to comment on the contract details or the exit of his long-term assistant Daniel Amokachi.

Former Nigeria striker Amokachi has left his role with immediate effect and been replaced by Salisu Yusuf.

The Super Eagles have been drawn in one of the toughest-looking groups, alongside seven-time champions Egypt, Tanzania and Chad.

"I understand we still have some disappointed people out there but our dedicated players deserve our encouragement and support," added Keshi.

"It doesn't matter where they play, these boys always give everything and we need to stand by them and the coaching crew.

"I remain confident that this time around we will see an improvement, change in attitude and positive results."

Monday, April 20, 2015

Kim Kardashian vs. Kylie Jenner: Whose SisterBooty Is More?

Kim Kardashian Vs. Kylie Jenner's Butt:
Kylie Jenner, the 17-year-old half-sister of US reality star Kim Kardashian (34), does everything to for her butt to look as much as possible to her sister. The brunette put on her Instagram account a photo in which she has much the same booty pose as Kim in a now famous photo from 2014.

Kim Kardashian posed last year in Thailand on the edge of an old, peeling fishing boat. She was sitting perfectly upright, but pushed for fun her buttocks slightly toward the camera. The photo hit like a bomb, then went around the world and many women were photographed in a similar way.

Fashion pose has been given the official name: the backside pose . (bottom position) contest winner and reality personality Kylie Jenner made ​​by Kim invented back sideposeyesterday a thinly over in California. The end result is not quite right with Kim's original, but from the reactions becomes clear that the snapshot illustrates beautifully that Kim and Kylie regard backside have the same genes.

Kim Kardashian vs. Kylie Jenner: Whose SisterBooty Is More?

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Bobby Brown says Bobbi Kristina is awake

Bobby Brown says Bobbi Kristina is awakeDaughter Bobbi Kristina "is looking at me" says father Bobby Brown.
It was quite a surprise for the audience at the Verizon Theatre in Grand Praire, Texas yesterday as Bobby Brown gave told the audience that his daughter Bobby Kristina is awake.

Bobbi Kristina since January 31 has been in a coma but the news he says "she's looking at me" will come as a big relief to the world.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Queen's Guard falls down in Buckingham Palace (Video)

Queen's Guard falls down in Buckingham Palace (VIdeo)

Have you seen the video of the Buckingham Palace guard who slipped and fell in front of hundreds of tourists on Tuesday.

What was supposed to be just an exchange of the Royal Guard positions at Buckingham Palace in the UK , became an unusual and comical fact. A soldier of the Guard Queen slipped and fell in front of several tourists on Tuesday.

The scene, recorded by an tourist cameraman and posted on the BBC website , shows the soldier falling under the arm holding a gun in what was supposed to be an exchange of the Royal Guard positions at Buckingham Palace in the UK

See the video below 

Wedding photo go viral (Husband Caught Cheating)

Wedding photo go viral
This picture, which was shared by the photographer, went viral. ... More than 700, 000 shares later, comments on the photo ranged from "I truly believe that most people who have affairs, or even zipless sex, are doing so because they are seeking something that is fundamentally lacking in their relationship."

 More people question whether she married the wrong man and made the 'easier' choice in life by being with him.'' Others believe No one "drives" anyone to cheat. It's a matter of character. You're responsible for your choices. How would you caption this photo?

Monday, April 13, 2015

April 14 Marks Anniversary Of 2014 Nigeria's Abducted Girls

April 14 Marks Anniversary Of 2014 Nigeria's Abducted Girls

Ceremony Marks 1st Anniversary Of 2014 Nigeria's Chibok Girls Abduction and Bring Back Our Girls Campaign.

On April 14 last year, about 276 girls ages 12-17 were taken hostage from their dormitory at the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, northeastern Nigeria.

57 girls escaped within hours of the attack leaving the other 219 hostages still being held and for families desperate for news, the nightmare continues.

On Nigeria's missing girls Anniversary, Nigeria's army chief admits there is "no news for no
w" about the girls' fate, despite military successes in recapturing towns from the insurgents.

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Pope Easter Message for Nigeria, Kenya and Africa

Pope Easter Message for Nigeria, Kenya and Africa

Pope Francis sends his personal prayers in his third Easter Message for Nigeria, Kenya and Africa at St. Peter's Square in Vatican City, the annual Easter blessing urbi et orbi (for city and world).

Pope Francis prayed that the `'roar of arms may cease” in Syria and Iraq, and that peace would come in Africa for Nigeria, Kenya, South Sudan, Sudan and Congo.

He recalled the young people, many of them targeted because they were Christians, killed last week in a Kenyan university, and lamented kidnappings, by Islamic extremists, that have plagued parts of Africa, including Nigeria.
"We ask the risen Lord for the gift of peace for Nigeria, South Sudan and for the various areas of Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. May constant prayer rise up from all people of goodwill for those who lost their lives — I think in particular of the young people who were killed last Thursday at Garissa University College in Kenya — for all who have been kidnapped, and for those forced to abandon their homes and their dear ones.he said in his "urbi et orbi" address, Latin for "to the city (Rome) and to the world."

Pope Francis Easter Sunday Message (Full Text)

Pope Francis defied the rain during his Easter message Sunday Mass. Francisco appeared at the balcony of the basilica to give the message of Easter Sunday and called for peace in all conflicts in the world. He spoke in Italian and here is the Vatican's official English-language translation of Pope Francis "Urbi et Orbi" Easter message, which he delivered Sunday in Italian from the central balcony of St. Peter's Basilica:

"Jesus Christ is risen! Love has triumphed over hatred, life has conquered death, light has dispelled the darkness!

Out of love for us, Jesus Christ stripped himself of his divine glory, emptied himself, took on the form of a slave and humbled himself even to death, death on a cross. For this reason God exalted him and made him Lord of the universe. Jesus is Lord! By his death and resurrection, Jesus shows everyone the way to life and happiness: this way is humility, which involves humiliation. This is the path which leads to glory. Only those who humble themselves can go towards the "things that are above", towards God (cf. Col 3:1-4). The proud look "down from above"; the humble look "up from below."

On Easter morning, alerted by the women, Peter and John ran to the tomb. They found it open and empty. Then they drew near and "bent down" in order to enter it. To enter into the mystery, we need to ``bend down'', to abase ourselves. Only those who abase themselves understand the glorification of Jesus and are able to follow him on his way.

The world proposes that we put ourselves forward at all costs, that we compete, that we prevail. But Christians, by the grace of Christ, dead and risen, are the seeds of another humanity, in which we seek to live in service to one another, not to be arrogant, but rather respectful and ready to help.

This is not weakness, but true strength! Those who bear within them God's power, his love and his justice, do not need to employ violence; they speak and act with the power of truth, beauty and love.

From the risen Lord we ask the grace not to succumb to the pride which fuels violence and war, but to have the humble courage of pardon and peace. We ask Jesus, the Victor over death, to lighten the sufferings of our many brothers and sisters who are persecuted for his name, and of all those who suffer injustice as a result of ongoing conflicts and violence.

We ask for peace, above all, for Syria and Iraq, that the roar of arms may cease and that peaceful relations may be restored among the various groups which make up those beloved countries. May the international community not stand by before the immense humanitarian tragedy unfolding in these countries and the drama of the numerous refugees.

We pray for peace for all the peoples of the Holy Land. May the culture of encounter grow between Israelis and Palestinians and the peace process be resumed, in order to end years of suffering and division.

We implore peace for Libya, that the present absurd bloodshed and all barbarous acts of violence may cease, and that all concerned for the future of the country may work to favor reconciliation and to build a fraternal society respectful of the dignity of the person. For Yemen too we express our hope for the growth of a common desire for peace, for the good of the entire people.

At the same time, in hope we entrust to the merciful Lord the framework recently agreed to in Lausanne, that it may be a definitive step toward a more secure and fraternal world.

We ask the risen Lord for the gift of peace for Nigeria, South Sudan and for the various areas of Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. May constant prayer rise up from all people of goodwill for those who lost their lives - I think in particular of the young people who were killed last Thursday at Garissa University College in Kenya - for all who have been kidnapped, and for those forced to abandon their homes and their dear ones.

May the Lord's resurrection bring light to beloved Ukraine, especially to those who have endured the violence of the conflict of recent months. May the country rediscover peace and hope thanks to the commitment of all interested parties.

We ask for peace and freedom for the many men and women subject to old and new forms of enslavement on the part of criminal individuals and groups. Peace and liberty for the victims of drug dealers, who are often allied with the powers who ought to defend peace and harmony in the human family. And we ask peace for this world subjected to arms dealers.

May the marginalized, the imprisoned, the poor and the migrants who are so often rejected, maltreated and discarded, the sick and the suffering, children, especially those who are victims of violence; all who today are in mourning, and all men and women of goodwill, hear the consoling voice of the Lord Jesus: "Peace to you!" (Lk 24:36). "Fear not, for I am risen and I shall always be with you'' (cf. Roman Missal, Entrance Antiphon for Easter Day)."

France bans Skinny-Thin Models

France bans Skinny Models
In an effort to combat anorexia, the National Assembly approved on Friday the prohibition of parades and fashion shoots of very thin and malnourished models. Agencies that encourage Anorexia could be punishable by one year in prison and a fine of 10,000 euros in France, under the approved law.

The amendment prohibits any person whose parade BMI is less than the scale defined by the High Authority for Health.

This measure because there are in France between 30,000 and 40,000 people with anorexia, mostly teenagers, and several studies have shown the impact of fashion on them.

The bill will be voted as a whole on Tuesday 14, then pass the Senate and, if that camera introduces new changes, will be subject to a consultation process on a joint committee composed of senators and deputies.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Combating Corruption | Buhari's Mission for Nigeria

Corruption | Buhari's Mission for Nigeria

Buhari won the election by 2.57 million votes official results showed today, defeating incumbent Jonathan in a close fought race. Muhammadu Buhari has pledge to combat corruption in Nigeria and lower it to Zero by undertaking the following task:

· Publicly declare my assets and liabilities and encourage my political appointees to also publicly declare their assets and liabilities.

· Affirm that our strategy for tackling corruption will not only focus on punishment. Rather, it will also provide incentives for disclosure and transparency.

· Show personal leadership in the war against corruption and also hold all the people who work with me to account.

· Inaugurate the National Council on Procurement as stipulated in the Procurement Act so that the Federal Executive Council, which has been turned to a weekly session of contract bazaar, will concentrate on its principal function of policy making.

· Review and implement audit recommendations by Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI).

· Work with the National Assembly towards the immediate enactment of a Whistle Blower Act.

· Work with the National Assembly to strengthen ICPC and EFCC by guaranteeing institutional autonomy including financial and prosecutorial independence and security of tenure of officials.

· Make the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) an autonomous and operational agency.

· Encourage proactive disclosure of information by government institutions in the spirit of the Freedom of Information Act.

· Ensure all MDAs regularly comply with their accountability responsibilities to Nigerians through the National Assembly.

· Work with the leadership of the National Assembly to cut down the cost of governance.

· Present a national anti-corruption Strategy.