Crime Prevention Tips from the Nigerian police

Crime Prevention Starts With You And Your Family

More often than not, crimes occur because we open ourselves and our families to criminal opportunities. Talking to strangers, absence of security procedures for anonymous callers, taking for granted one’s safety outside the home, etc. make us easy prey to criminals. In the fight against crime, knowing that the worst can happen makes you less prone to be a victim and more confident of avoiding disasters.

Protecting yourself, your family and your home is a matter of responsibility that cannot be taken on by anyone else. You can make the difference.

Securing your Home and your Belongings

There are three things you can do to help reduce burglary:

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Join Nigeria’s Premier Freelance Market

Join Nigeria's Premier Freelance Market

The concept is simple: if you are looking for professionals to provide customised programming or web-designing services for your project at the best possible prices, list your project here and let professionals from all over Nigeria bid to supply such services to you. You choose the programmer/web designer with the quote you are most comfortable to pay – and thats it!

If you are a programmer, web/graphic designer or developer, you may showcase your services here on Create an online portfolio where potential clients can see previous projects you have handled.

See how it all works here.

Let save you time and money chasing professionals for your project – and let them chase you and compete for your project instead! Here you’ll find programmers and web designers with skills in the latest tools/languages – use our rating system to help you find the right professional for your project.

No fees, commissions, no hidden charges! The best part of this is that the service is completely FREE! You will not pay anything to signup, post a project, or place a bid. Is there a better time than this to sign up?

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Nigeria Fashion and Beauty (NFB) Awards 2007

Nigeria Fashion and Beauty (NFB) Awards 2007 

The first edition of the Nigeria Fashion and Beauty (NFB) Awards ceremony to be staged outside the shores of Nigeria is being organized by Olomu1. We have over ten years experience in the packaging and marketing of events like beauty pageants, fashion shows, music promotions and award ceremonies.
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We are earnestly  prepared to work in conjunction with individuals, associations and corporate entities with close link to Nigeria fashion, fabrics and beauty industries in order to achieve the set objectives below.

                                                      AIMS & OBJECTIVES
*To showcase, promote, and develop indigenous fashion, textiles, accessories, and beauty products as a branch of Nigeria’s rich arts and culture.*To recognize the conspicuous positive impacts of individuals and corporate bodies to the development of fashion as a way of life and honor them accordingly. *To launch  the establishment of high quality and genuine African brands like Aso Oke, Wax Prints, Okene, Luru, Laces, Guinea Brocade, Ankara, George,  Embroideries, Tie and Dye(Adire), Teru etc, to compete favorably in the international market.

*To create an active platform for the discovery and promotion of young talents in the fashion and textile industry.

*To serve as veritable forum for all Nigerians regardless of social status, tribe, and religion to come together to exhibit individual community/region’s rich cultural heritage.

In order to achieve these set objectives and thus make the show the most glamorous annual event as planned by the organizers, we are earnestly prepared to work in conjunction with individuals, socio-cultural groups and or corporate entities with close link to Nigeria fashion and textile industry.For participation, advertisement on the website & program brochure, and sponsorship please e-mail to get detailed information.




The maiden edition of the annual Nigeria Fashion & Beauty Awards Ceremony (NFB AWARDS NIGHT 2007) is billed to hold on November 24th 2007 @ Quality Inn 7815 LBJ Freeway Dallas, Texas 75251 starting from 10.00pm.

Admission is strictly by Invitation.

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Patriotism pays

It is always a good idea to be a patriotic to ones father’s land. The problem Yakubu Aiyegbeni is facing so secure work permit from Middlesbrough to Everton Football Club is not surprising. This is because he has not played in 75 per cent of Nigeria’s latest games.

 Anyway, the home office will determine is fate later today 

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JAAIDS Youth Internship Programme: Call for Application

Are you young and innovative? Do you have a passion for excellence and really want to affect your generation for good? If yes, this opportunity is for you.

With support from the Staying Alive Foundation UK, JAAIDS now has openings for four (4) youth volunteers to join its youth internship programme. Read more

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Delta State Youth Awards 2007

Delta Youth Awards…Celebrating dignity and hard work among Delta State Youths!!

The Delta Youth Awards is an annual initiative of Delta Change Network established to highlight and celebrate individual and/or corporate best practices and contributions to society that impact positively on the lives of the youths of Delta State and from which they can draw inspiration and/or mentorship.

The idea is to identify positive role models for youths while enamouring the contributions of Deltans that have touched the lives of their peers and the next generation of leaders.
Right in the HEART of the Niger-Delta, Delta State Youth Awards! is out to honour young achievers.

The Awards are in six categories::
(1) Youth of the Year.
(2) Sponsor of the Year.
(3) Young Achiever of the Year
(4) Organisation of the Year
(5) Youth Icon of the Year.
(6) DCN Special Awards.

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2007 International Essay Contest For Young People

The Goi Peace Foundation website

Organized by The Goi Peace Foundation and UNESCO
– Endorsed by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
of Japan, Japan Broadcasting Corporation, Nikkei Inc., Tokyo Metropolitan Board
of Education
– Supported by Japan Airlines and Tombow Pencil Co., Ltd.

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Expression-Share your thoughts

Hello friends

It is a great pleasure I am introducing you to the new blog just created for your thoughts. The title of the blog is Expression-Share your thoughts. Its aim is to allow you to share your thoughts on issues ranging entrepreneurship, politics, website, internet, adverts, jokes, religion, food, latest updates, etc. Users can register themselves at and started blogging. However, you can send your story pictures to Hope to see you there.

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Nigeria’s fuel scarcity

Despite Nigeria is a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), her citizens still suffers in order to get fuel for their daily use. OPEC is an international organization made up of Algeria, Angola, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela.
This trend started a long time ago and the ugly incident raised its head in December 2006 when most of the Nigerians are gearing up for the Christmas, Sallah and New Year holidays.

Nigerians waiting endlessly for fuel

Can the President Olusegun Obasanjo and Dr. Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources tell us what is happening to our oil? Coming through the roads now is like a journey of no return; you have to pay through your nose before getting to your destination. I am angry on the Nigeria’s current situation because it seems not all the sectors are working. NEPA or PHCH cannot give me 2 hours stable power supply, my representatives in the national assembly doest represent me rather s/he representing himself/herself and how to win more elections without caring for the people they are representing, roads are not motarable, our educational system is going down and so on.

The present government should please find the lasting solution to the perennial fuel scarcity in the country because its affects our productivity.

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Breaking News: Another pipeline blasts

It has happened again. Another pipeline blasts occured at Abule Egba, Lagos. It has been reported that over 100 people had been roasted to death.My Perspective: What is responsible for this? Poverty or what?

Victims remains

Going out in Lagos city has been “war” because you have to pay 3 times of normal transport fare. Government should find solution to these blasts and fuel scarcity in NIgeria  

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