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

Friday, February 28, 2014

How CNN, BBC, Times, Reuters, & UK's papers are Killing Nigeria

This breaks my heart. I'm truly disgusted to be writing this piece. I have been waiting to see the reaction from foreign leaders and press. Like always the media isn't reporting on it, which is shameful. They spent so much time on Malala and Nigeria's anti-gay laws, but not on this.
How CNN, BBC, Times, Reuters, & UK's papers are Killing Nigeria

 Why ISN'T the same treatment and concern shown for these 40 students that were shot and burnt to death by Boko Haram? Where is the outrage and help? Who's fighting for these families besides the families and Nigerian government? Why are CNN, BBC, Times, Reuters, Washington Post, USA Today, UK's leading papers, Aljazeera and co reporting this senseless massacre days after and without intervention? I don't get it. They are so quick to report news on corruption and the negatives about our country but not offering to help. And please stop being stupid calling Nigerians people with backward mindset. Do we need help, YES. It's clearly visible this is an act of terrorism. People leaving in fear. Parents can't send their children to school in this conditions. 

 If these media/press are not going to help Nigeria, they should simply shut it up. I don't want to read any other headlines about Nigeria's anti-gay law in Times, New York Times, Forbes, CNN, BBC and the rest. It doesn't make sense.

When Malala Yousafzai was shot, 5 million men, women and children signed petitions calling for every girl in Pakistan to have the chance to go school.

But this week the world remained silent when 40 schoolchildren were shot and then burnt to death in a school in north east Nigeria. The incident was nothing less than a massacre of the innocents. The US Secretary of State wordily calls it "unspeakable acts of terror."

It is time the world came to the aid of Nigeria. To make make schools safe for children and millions of student in getting an education.

Nigeria has more than 10 million children out of school, the worst record in the world.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Cape Town or Lagos: where is Africa’s fashion capital?

Cape Town or Lagos: where is Africa’s fashion capital?
The Language Monitor releases a yearly list of the world’s fashion capitals. This year it put New York at the top, with London dropping to second place. Johannesburg, which last year ranked 18th, this year dropped significantly to 37th. Cape Town on the other hand, rose 27 places to 27th position. The cities are the only two on the African continent to make it on the list, despite Lagos, Nigeria’s well-publicised attempt at being seen as the continent’s fashion capital. In hindsight, according to this body, Cape Town is the hub of the African continent’s fashion industry.
Lagos Africa fashion capital

The Language Monitor compiles its list by scouring traditional and social media sources throughout the year. This includes reputable news media publications, magazines, blogs and even Twitter, to see what conversations people are having about fashion. The mention of a particular city in the fashion context is what determines how highly the city ranks. In essence, the more people have to say about Lagos, Nigeria and its fashion industry and style in general, the more it is likely going to rise above Cape Town. The debate as Africa's Top Global Fashion started after South Africans echoed their opinion about the latest ranking. To them Johannesburg is Africa's fashion capital. Not Cape Town. But that is not true, I believe Lagos is ever rising and deserves a place with its designers and latest ankara fashion.

“We think the figures are probably quite skewed,” Klûk says. “It’s great to know that Cape Town has achieved this status, particularly because our design office is there, but as designers, we definitely have to think national and even continental to keep up with buying trends.

“We also believe Nigerian designers are strong contenders, their fashion aesthetic is more international than ours.” - Sunday Independent

Sanusi prepared to go to court over sacking

Sanusi prepared to go to court over sacking

Sanusi prepared to go to court over sacking.The former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria challenges his dismissal in court. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has filed a complaint in federal court in Abuja to challenge President Goodluck Jonathan's decision to sack him.

He said through his lawyers that his dismissal resulted from some discrepancies in the amounts repatriated on behalf of the federation from the sale of crude oil between January 2012 and July 2013. Mr. Sanusi has asked the court to prevent President Jonathan, the Federal Attorney General and Inspector General of Police to give effect to his dismissal until the court verdict. Mr. Sanusi was sacked from his post as governor of the CBN last Thursday by President Jonathan for 'financial imprudence

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

A bittersweet story: Man With Cancer Makes His Wife's Dreams Come True

Man With Cancer Makes His Wife's Dreams Come True
Chris Price proposed to his then girlfriend Ceri when he had just six months to live. Price was diagnosed with  end stage esophageal cancer and was given just six months to live. His next story will inspire you as a man and/or a woman.

In April 2013, the 26-year-old Chris Price from Wales didn't waste any time before proposing to his girlfriend, Ceri.

Shortly after their August 2013 wedding, Price took Ceri and her four children to Disneyland Paris, where they had the "most magical time," according to WalesOnline. A few weeks later, they were off to New York City for a romantic getaway.

"If my love could have saved him, he would have lived forever," Ceri, 29, told the outlet. "We packed so much into the short time we had together."

Price just wanted to make his wife as happy as possible.

He died in Ceri's arms last month, and his funeral was held in the same churchwhere the couple wed, according to WalesOnline.

"His illness made him live completely in the moment and he taught me to do the same," Ceri told BBC News.

Boko Haram kills 29 Students in a Boarding School

Boko Haram kills 29 Students in a Boarding School

Islamist group Boko Haram stormed a boarding secondary school in Nigeria overnight and killed 29 pupils, police and the military said on Tuesday. This is unacceptable. Such a terrible news to the families and bright students we lost today. This has got to stop. The Nigerian government must act now to put an end to this.

"Some of the students' bodies were burned to ashes," Police Commissioner Sanusi Rufai said of the attack on the Federal Government college of Buni Yadi, a secondary school in Yobe state in the country's northeast.

At one hostel "students were trying to climb out of the windows and they were slaughtered like sheep by the terrorists who slit their throats. Others who ran were gunned down", Mr Garba said.

Students who could not escape were burned alive, he added.All those killed were boys. No girls were touched, Rufai said.

Boko Haram, whose struggle for an Islamic state in northern Nigeria has killed thousands, are increasingly preying on the civilian population.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Omotola Celebrates Turning 36 with Birthday Cake!

Omotola Birthday
Omotola took a bite of her birthday cake while celebrating turning 36 on Sunday (February 23) in Nigeria.

Happy Birthday, Omotola 36
The 36-year-old singer and Nollywood actress spent her birthday with family and close friends and she shared photos from her bithday celebration.

Happy Birthday, Omosexy

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Lupita Nyong'O the Actress who should win an Oscar

Lupita Nyong'O the Actress who should win an Oscar
Lupita Nyong’o, From Unknown African woman  to ‘Oscar nominee and Hollywood favorite Girl in Less Than a Year. The unknown Kenyan actress at the time shut to fame after she played Patsey in the move 12 years a slave.
Lupita Nyong'O the Actress

According to NYmag Lupita attended an all-girls school, playing many sports poorly (“Soccer, hockey, rounders, netball, touch rugby—they could do without me, to put it mildly”), watching American television (“Step by Step, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper, Full House—I watched a lot of sitcoms, as you can tell”), and acting in school plays, the first of which was Oliver Twist. “I was a passerby. I had five words: ‘Coming down the street, there.’ That was it. But I had a backstory for my character. I decided I was going to be a man, so I borrowed my brother’s suit, my dad’s briefcase. I don’t know why I decided to be a man—I think it was more interesting.” At age 14, she auditioned for Kenya’s national repertory theater, Phoenix Players, and was cast as Juliet. At Hampshire College, which she attended because “it’s a matter of course for Kenyans in middle-class families to study abroad,” she says she was not yet “in a position to admit I wanted to be an actor, but I knew that I wanted to be involved in that world. America was a good place to go.”

Nonetheless, her first months in America were a shock. “I thrive on structure,” she says. “I find my freedom in structure. It was very hard to adjust to an individualistic and very liberal system. I mean, my upbringing, I would iron my clothes every night. I would plan what I wore the night before, and then I would iron it. That’s just the way my mom raised us. Then I got to Hampshire, where clothing is sometimes optional and all this kind of thing. I was mortified.” She raises a perfectly arched brow and cuts into her sandwich with a knife and fork.

African dress designs 2014

African dress designs 2014
It's personal. It's African. It's Unique. It's the latest African dress design and osaseye look of the day. Such a fabulous home-made dress.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Nigeria Mini Skirt Ban: Tight Dresses, Revealing Trousers Banned

Nigeria Mini Skirt Ban: Tight Dresses, Revealing Trousers Banned
Governor Fashola of Lagos state has banned all form of indecent dressing among female public servants in Nigeria. Great news. But what can you wear to work. My Grandmother used to say, when in doubt, wear your church clothes. But! Church clothes are now even shorter and more revealing than work clothes.
                                       Nigeria Mini Skirt Ban: Lagos BANNED SKIRTS DRESSES
The Head of Service listed the new dress code for both female and male civil servants and osaseye is looking forward to reactions and critics of this code. The Head of Service is saying that skirts above the knee should not be worn by public servants, saying that dresses allowed are skirts which are of knee level, moderate slit and not body clinging skirts.If female public servants must wear trousers, such trousers should neither be tight nor revealing and must be worn with a jacket.

Also, gowns to be worn by female public servants must be of knee level, moderate slit, not sleeveless and not body clinging.Also native attires must be worn, they must be worn completely

The dress code for men, administrative officers must wear suit and tie as professionals and other officers could wear wear suit and tie or French suit.Junior and clerical staff are allowed to wear shirts and trousers and French suit while complete native wear is allowed for all cadres of public servants.

As a matter of necessity, all Directors of Finance and Administration are hereby enjoined to ensure that officers within their purview adhere strictly to moderate and decent dressing.

ONE Campaign presents African Artists United for Agriculture

ONE Campaign presents African Artists United for Agriculture

The ONE Campaign Do Agric It Pays is bringing together 22 of Africa’s most popular urban music stars in Johannesburg this week for agriculture.

Africa’s top artists will be using their voices this week to record the biggest music video collaboration on the continent in support of ONE’s campaign aimed at pushing African leaders to adopt better policies that will help revolutionize and modernize African agriculture to make it more prosperous for both citizens and nations.

Participating artists include: D’banj (Nigeria), Buffalo Souljah (Zimbabwe), Judith Sephuma (South Africa), Vusi Nova (South Africa), Liz Ogumbu (Kenya), Nancy G (Swaziland), Dama Do Bing (Mozambique), Diamond (Tanzania), Femi Kuti (Nigeria), Rachid Taha (Algeria), Juliani (Kenya), Omawumi (Nigeria), Tiken Jah Fakoly (Cote d’Ivoire), Fally Ipupa (DRC), Kunle Ayo (Nigeria), Krotal (Cameroon), Victoria Kimani (Kenya), Mo Molemi (South Africa), Ambwene Allen Yessayah (Tanzania), and Dontom (Nigeria).

The music video, entitled ‘cocoa na chocolate’ is scheduled for release in March 2014 by ONE. This collaboration was co-produced by Cobhams Asuquo and DeeVee of DB Records; Asuquo, of ‘Jailer’ and ‘Fire on the Mountain’ fame, is the executive producer. African visual maestro Godfather Productions has produced Africa’s top hits and is directing the music video.

“Do Agric, It Pays pressures political leaders to invest in our farmers, our food and our future, by adopting smart, effective policies aimed at boosting productivity, increasing incomes and helping lift tens of millions of Africans out of extreme poverty,” said ONE Africa Director, Dr Sipho S. Moyo welcoming the artists to South Africa. “According to FAO, agricultural growth is 11 times more effective at reducing poverty than growth in other sectors including mining.

“This campaign seeks to change the face of agriculture from low profit, traditional agriculture, to a high tech and high value chain industry. This brilliant team of African artists is helping to spread this message, particularly to our youth using their social media platforms. Seen as role models and being connected to the youth, these artists represent a powerful influence when it comes to highlighting and addressing the issues shaping the future of our youth.”

“When we were young, the farm was where your parents sent you when you behaved badly,” said D’banj, who is leading the other artists on the project. “Today, we have seen that agriculture is actually a cool thing that can bring our youth the jobs they need. The richest dude in Africa is a farmer who invests in agri-business: Dangote. We are coming together to tell African youth that agriculture is that thing you see when you switch on MTV, Channel O, Trace. Agriculture is what we need to escape poverty and create business empires. Doing agriculture pays, for individuals and nations.”

“We have the best of African talent with us here in Johannesburg – from the singers and their music to the video producers on this project, the energy among them is amazing,” added Moyo. “Agriculture is potentially the single most important source of inclusive growth in Africa, and it deserves the attention of our leaders as well. These artists are collaborating to communicate to their fans, the youth, that agriculture is the biggest prospect for economic development and job creation.”

The collaboration is part of ONE’s Do Agric, It Pays campaign, launched on 29 January in Addis Ababa with civil society partners including the Pan African Farmers Association (PAFO), ActionAid International, Acord International, Oxfam, East and Southern African Farmers Forum, ROPPA, Southern African Confederation of Agriculture Unions, the Africa Union Commission, Becho Welisho and the Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA).

Sanusi Removal's Impact Detailed In Nigeria

Sanusi Removal's Impact Detailed In Nigeria

Nigeria's naira fell 1 percent to 166.35 against the U.S. dollar in volatile trading, a day after President Goodluck Jonathan suspended its outspoken Central Bank Governor Lamido Sanusi.

The naira opened at 164.90 to the greenback, traded for a short-period and rose to 169 before it shut down, dealers said. It is the biggest one-day swing since a December 2009 devaluation

Osaseye blog will attempt to detail the impact of Sanusi's removal on the economy for the next series of post up until 3 months. A good tree is made known by the fruit it bears.

The Central Bank governor who exposed billions of missing petrodollars has now lost his job after months of the much talked about suspension, earlier resignation or a possible sack.

President Goodluck Jonathan accused the respected and highly educated Lamido Sanusi of "financial recklessness and misconduct."

The West African nation's naira currency immediately weakened in response.

Last year Sanusi reported that $50 billion worth of oil sold by the state's Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. had not been paid to the government. The Senate Committee on Finance last week ordered an independent forensic audit into the missing money, now said to amount to about $20 billion.

The chambers of the House of Representatives was charged yesterday over the decision of the president, Goodluck Jonathan, to suspend the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi.
While some members of the House declared the move as illegal and unconstitutional, others were of the view that it was in order.
‎ Minority whip of the House, Hon Samson Osagie (APC, Edo) had brought the suspension matter before the members during plenary under Matters of Urgent National Interest where he described the suspension as “illegal” and “unconstitutional.”

Citing CBN Act 2007 as amended, the lawmaker queried the power of the president to take such a decision as the law does not provide for the president or any body to suspend the governor of the CBN.

“Only Section 11(7) of thenAct gives the President powers to remove the CBN governor subject to the approval of two-third majority of the Senate”‎, he noted.

"We condemn the suspension, because the President under the Constitution does not even have the right to depose the central bank chief. Only the National Assembly is authorized to do so," Musa, Chairman of an anti-corruption agency said in an interview.

Has the President gone too far? Has he made a reckless decision to fire one of Nigeria's best?

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Kim Kardashian: "Stop the gossip about my ass"

Kim Kardashian: "Stop gossip about my ass"
Kim Kardashian had a lot to say to the press. A large bumper on the rear. A full round ass, that protrudes. Is all this really necessary? Yes. The word on the street is that she has butt injections or implants on her buttocks. Kim Kardashian has now responded to her derriere debacle with a brutal denial that her ass is not fake. "I see all this nonsense blades with claims that I have injected implants/ Go do something useful!" She also said "I was 7 pounds lighter (before I had my baby) look at pictures of me and compare now! That I still need to lose weight. Everyone who has a child knows how difficult that is." She is trying people to lose wait, patience. She added "I'm not perfect but I will never change myself to your lean standards."
Kim Kardashian baby fake ass

Pregnant with triplets, woman gave birth to quadruplets!

Pregnant with triplets, woman gave birth to quadruplets!

Kim Fugate, a native American of the Mississippi, believed to be pregnant with triplets was surprised to give birth by caesarean section to quadruplets!

Four girls instead of three showed up 13 weeks ahead of the term at the medical center at the University of Mississippi by DirectMatin and LCI.

Kim says: "the doctors had already released three and they said: There are more feet more feet! This is what I heard and I said 'Noooo. It was one surprise after another. "

The fourth baby, hidden by her sisters, just does p have been detected on ultrasound . According to Dr. James Bofill, the chances of having natural quadruplets are 1 in 729,000 . But in this case, the odds were even lower since the four babies from one egg divided into 4 . Is a "rare" according to Dr. Bofill! "The chances of having identical quadruplets are almost incalculable," he says.

Obviously, everything was designed to accommodate three babies and Fugate family will have to adaptbefore the return of babies at home . The four girls are currently in intensive care and should return home in May. "I have not been able to take her in my arms. It will be very exciting to take home and love, "said Kim, who has created a Facebook page," Fugate Quadruplets, "in honor of her granddaughters.

The already 42 year old mother of a 10 year old girl did not think she could still be pregnant and can not imagine today have more children!

Sharone Stone in a White Bikini

Sharon Stone at age 55 has a figure like a teenager. The Basic Instinct actress poses in a white bikini for the cover of shape magazine.Sharone Stone in a White Bikini

"The idea that being young is the only thing that makes you beautiful or attractive, it just is not true. I do not want to be an" eternal beauty ". Want to be a woman who is the best I can be at my age" , Stone stated.

"At age 20 I had an accident when I practiced riding and after that I had to follow a course of cortisone. That made me fat about 20 kilos."

"It was horrible, in a few days I became a woman with little waist, big tits and a giant ass. All the men looked at me in a weird way. At that moment I wanted to die. I became very introverted person" , the singer revealed to the publication.

"It was not easy ... There was a time in my forties in which I got in the bathroom with a bottle of wine, shut the door and say, 'I will not leave until you can fully accept the way in which I look now. '

"And examining my face in the mirror, and looked at my body and cried, cried and cried Then I said.. 'You'll grow old How will you do it and thought I'd grow old as a dancer I want to keep my body from. as thus, I want to work it, dancing and stretching. And I enjoy going to the gym, "he revealed.

As for your diet, Stone said consuming "Meaty" and that it works well for her because she has cholesterol and very low blood pressure.

"He used to love wine, but not volume. Believe that, at a certain point in life, it is better for women aside alcohol because it can make the face, breasts and tummy look very swollen," said actress.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Boity Thulo gets completely naked for Marie Claire

Actress and TV presenter Boity Thulo created a stir on Monday after she tweeted a nude photo of herself alongside radio DJs Catherine Grenfell and Zama Dube.
PHOTOS:Boity Thulo gets completely naked for Marie Claire

36 celebrities bared skin for the popular naked issues. Other celebrities included model Lee-Ann Liebenberg, comedians Marc Lottering and Anne Hirsch as well as South African Hip Hop artists Tebogo ‘Proverb’ Thekisho and Siya ‘Slikour’ Metane.

The issue aims to aid The Lunchbox Fund, a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing a daily meal for orphaned or vulnerable school children in disadvantaged areas around South Africa.
Boity goes completely naked in South Africa

On Tuesday, ‘Marie Claire’ was trending on Twitter alongside top-ranking trend ‘#BoityReaction’.

But South Africans are also turning to Google in record numbers to do ‘research’ on the topic.

According to Google Trends for South Africa, ‘Boity’ notched up 20,000 searches on Monday: the highest in the country for the day.

Jokesters have taken to social media to poke fun at the #Boity image.

“I hear that #Boity's ass is giving a SONA (state of the nation address) this week and JZ (President Jacob Zuma) has booked the front row,” said @Jozee25 on Twitter.

Modiehi Thulo (?@moditumi8) tweeted:

“Werk (sic) it girl, if it means going nude for charity, do it. You have my support! I love you.”

“It’s your bum. It’s your body. Do what you want with it. Isn’t that the whole point of the naked issue anyway? Freedom? #Boity #NakedIssue.”

Heidi Klum & Seal Love Comeback?

Heidi Klum & Seal Love Comeback?
As soon as an Australian website writes about a love comeback for Heidi Klum and Seal, the rumor has made countless headlines in Germany and U.S. Seal and Heidi were married in 2005 and separated in 2012.
Heidi Klum and Seal back together

There is still no official confirmation, but it would be the most romantic Love Comeback of the Year: Heidi Klum and her ex-husband Seal will again be a couple! The sweet rumor spread like wildfire after celebrity blogger Perez Hilton reported the alleged affair that
"Last year her daughter Lou was sad because she did not so often see her dad. Why the two have decided to look more in common for the children to go together to sporting events."
Heidi's is currently single after the breakup with ex-boyfriend Martin Kirsten. The super model mom Heidi Klum is currently working the ninth season of "Germany's Next Top Model," she is said to be missing her children Henry (8), Johan (7) and Lou (4). Will there be a love comeback for Heidi and Seal?

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Lace Underwear banned in Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia

Lacy Panties banned in Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia

Definitely encroaching on peoples freedoms. A trade ban on lacy lingerie has Russian women cursing at the government. The ban will outlaw any underwear containing less than 6 percent cotton from being imported, made, or sold in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. 
lace underwear to be 'banned'

On Sunday, 30 women protesters in Kazakhstan were arrested and thrown into police vans while wearing lace underwear on their heads and shouting "Freedom to panties!"

The ban in those three countries was first outlined in 2010 by the Eurasian Economic Commission, which regulates the customs union, and it won't go into effect until July 1.

"As a rule, lacy underwear ... is literally snatched off the shelves," said Alisa Sapardiyeva, the manager of a lingerie store in Moscow, DD-Shop, as she flicked through her colorful wares. "If you take that away again, the buyer is going to be the one who suffers the most."

According to the Russian Textile Businesses Union, more than $4 billion worth of underwear is sold in Russia annually, and 80 percent of the goods sold are foreign made. Analysts have estimated that 90 percent of products would disappear from shelves, if the ban goes into effect this summer as planned.

The Eurasian Economic Commission declined to comment Monday, saying it was preparing to issue a statement about the underwear ban.

While consumer outrage may force customs union officials to compromise, many see the underwear ban as yet another example of the misguided economic policies that have become a trademark of many post-Soviet countries.

Sunday's panty protest in Kazakhstan followed a larger demonstration the day before against a 19 percent devaluation of the country's currency, the tenge.

Other people laughed off the panty ban, seeing it as yet another attempt to add regulations and controls to an already byzantine bureaucracy in the three countries.

"I think (the girls)... will still have the opportunity to wear it (synthetic underwear) whether you can buy it in Russia or not," said 22-year-old Muscovite Trifon Gadzhikasimov, noting that most of his friends travel abroad regularly. "I think this is just another silly law that shows the ineffectiveness of our government."

Lagos outdoor smoking ban begins

Lagos outdoor smoking ban begins

Smokers in Lagos looking to light up most of the public places will not be able to without paying a price  after Governor Fashola signed a bill at the Lagos House, Ikeja, that would further strengthen the State Government’s commitment towards protecting lives of the citizens.

According to the law, people who smoke in public places will risk a three year jail term.

The bill prohibits smoking in areas designated as non-smoking areas, including museums, public toilets, library, nurseries, day care centers and any facility used for the care of infants.

The law also mandates owners of public places to place signs with the inscription; ‘No Smoking’ or symbols as part of enlightenment for smokers and would-be violators of the law.

It also mandates them to create areas far from the vicinity where people could smoke. Non-compliance by owners of public places, according to the law shall attract a fine of 100, 000 Naira or 6 months imprisonment, or other non-custodial punishment that the judge may deem fit.

In the case of a corporate organisation’s refusal to place a ‘No Smoking’ sign or symbol within its premises, any personnel in the management of the corporate body would be liable to a fine in the sum of 250, 000 Naira upon conviction. This may be a director or manager in the organisation.

According to the bill, anyone who repeatedly violates the provisions of the law, on conviction shall be liable to a fine of 50, 000 Naira or 6 months imprisonment or both. While anyone who smokes in the presence of a child shall be liable on conviction to a fine of 15, 000 Naira or 1 month imprisonment.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Nigeria wants dialogue, free and fair elections

Nigeria wants dialogue, free and fair elections

The position of the US government in regards to next year's presidential election was made known by the US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, in Abuja.

She expressed hope that her government’s continued electoral assistance and dialogue would give the needed support to the Nigerian citizens who, she said, deserved elections that would reflect their will. The general election has been scheduled for valentine's day February 14, 2015.

“We also have confidence that in 2015, elections in every polling unit in the country will be safe,” she said, while urging the electorate to hold politicians, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the media, judiciary and security agencies accountable for free and fair elections.
The Assistant Secretary of State, who was visiting the country for the third time since her appointment last year, recalled that in the run-up to Nigeria’s 2011 elections, the US and the United Kingdom (UK) contributed $31.3 million to strengthen the electoral management body and the civil society groups.

“We are proud to support the great electoral success you achieved as a nation and as a people. We stand with the Nigerian people who say loudly that they will not accept electoral tampering, overheated rhetoric, vote selling or buying and violence.

“I have heard my Nigerian friends say repeatedly that anyone who engages in such elections chicanery should be held accountable and they are right. I encourage Nigeria’s National Assembly to pass a legislation that will establish electoral offences tribunals, a legislation that President Goodluck Jonathan proposed when he was vice president.

“We hope that our continued electoral assistance will give the utmost support to the Nigerian people because they deserve nothing less than elections that reflect their will,” she said.

In Nigeria, Nigerians wants a free and fair election next year. What are the challenges to free and fair elections in Nigeria?

Paris Hilton in a dress without panties (PHOTOS)

Paris Hilton Parties in a dress without panties (PHOTOS)

Paris Hilton celebrated her 33rd birthday in a pink princess dress of "Sleeping Beauty." Pictured above in a very sexy outfit, and very pink but missing her underwear.

The impression that Paris wasn't wearing panties is confirmed in the picture.

Paris Hilton dress without panties (PHOTOS)
  Paris Hilton in a dress

Elephant Style of Massage therapy

This February courageous or crazy post takes me to the new innovative therapy styles: Elephant massage. Would you be courageous or crazy enough for the latest massage therapy in vogue?
Elephant Style of Massage therapy
Some say it is very effective for pain and innovative. For me, this seems dangerous and crazy. What do you think of the elephant style massage therapy?

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Are Pastors Part of the Nigerian shadow government

Are Pastors Part of the Nigerian shadow government

Nigerian Pastors Part of the government
Nigerian pastors are known for their part in shadow government. They tend to form a formidable force or form of agreement in the dark with the politicians and then preach the message on the altar. "The righteous is a guide to his neighbor; But the way of the wicked cause them to err." Proverbs 12:26 Rightly put, that some of these pastors are responsible in part to the corruption of our great country.

Most popular Nigerian pastors have been associated with current and past leaders of the country. They are helpers during election times: a guide to reach out to the congregation. To convince the public to get the votes out.Some of them are no different from the real politician. They are bribed, blackmailed and appear clueless when approached with such subject matter.

Noted speaker W Clement Stone warned that 'Be careful the environment you choose for it will shape you; be careful the friends you choose for you will become like them.'

It is sad that you hardly see or hear any of these pastors condemn a bad leader. They know some of the leaders are corrupt. In fact, they are friends in the dark. They form part of the shadow government to run the affairs of the country. 

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Wild, Raunchy, S*ut performance from Miley Cyrus

Wild, Raunchy, S*ut performance from Miley Cyrus

There's only one word to describe her 'Nasty' People hate this girl with a passion. And, just as disturbing and controversial as she may portrays herself, sex sells.
Miley Cyrus kicks of her Bangerz tour with VERY raunchy performance

 Thousands and million followers. Is it really her or the world. She's very risque, gross and young. She's no other than the twerking Miley Cyrus. This week she's in Vancouver, Canada.
Cyrus wild car wash moves
The 21-year-old kicked off the tour in Vancouver, Canada, on Friday by wearing a marijuana leaf leotard whilst performing her now predictable raunchy antics such as crotch grabbing and derrière waggling.

Miley cyrus performance raunchy

Friday, February 14, 2014

Valentine Beauty of the Day

Valentine Beauty of the Day
February 14 is Valentine's Day in Nigeria, America and all over the world. Here is a contender for valentine's beauty of the day. She's bold- hearted and classy.
dress party for valentine
Her lovely valentine dress is rocking New York City in the aftermath of snow.
osaseye valentine

Kelly Rowland glows in Nigeria

Kelly Rowland glows in Nigeria

Kelly Rowland was all smiles on Thursday evening dressed in casual black with manager and fiance Tim Witherspoon for the Love Like A movie 2: Love Roller Coaster concert to hold this Saturday 15th February at Eko Hotel and suites, Victoria Island.
Singer Kelly Rowland lands in Nigeria for concert
Kelly is to perform with Tiwa Savage, D’banj, Waje and others at the Darey Art Alade concert hosted annually following last year's controversial cameo by Kim Kardashian.
Kelly Rowland Nigeria Valentine concert

Valentine's Day of flowers! Roses! Love!

Valentine's Day of flowers!

happy valentine day

The days go back to Bishop Valentine of Terni, allegedly on 14 February was 269 executed for his Christian faith. Previously, he had despite imperial ban married couples and gave them flowers.

In ancient Rome, was commemorated on 14 February, the goddess Juno, who was considered a protectress of marriage and family. Even then, women were given flowers. Today, on Valentine's Day flowers are more wasted than on any other day. Did I say wasted, lol

This year, The Flower Market in America sold less because of the snow and storm. In Nigeria, not all the women are into flowers.

Osaseye wish everyone a happy Valentine's Day

Thursday, February 13, 2014

New Ankara: The most beautiful dresses

 This year more Nigerians and Africans are attending events in their rainbow homemade designed dresses to pay tribute to Ankara.

Ankara: The most beautiful dresses

New Ankara beautiful dresses
This Tribute to Ankara continues an initiative of osaseye blog to turn these beautiful personalized african prints into global hit.
Ankara new pictures

osaseye ankara

ankara fashion and beautiful dressesankara gowns
 We want to bring these extraordinary ankara gowns closer to the doorstep of world's fashion and compare its competition should there be none. The admirable people of Nigeria has set the tone for other african countries to stay true and committed to African Prints. We show you the most beautiful dresses of the Ankara.