Friday, 24 February 2017

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Meet the beat maker!!

MOTUNBEATS Nigeria , is a Beatsmaking and sound mastering firm that takes much interest in making our clients beat a hit song and with professional touches we mixmaster their post productions. 
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Bradford Singles Conference 2017


A gathering of Singles from various Denomination in and around Bradford.
It's a time of Worship, Teaching , Networking, Q&A, Fellowship, Transformation. And Testimonies.

Pastor Yom Olupitan, John Maxwell Team certified members, A A Jones,Marriette Davina,Kingdom Voices,Tayme Tee.

Sat, 25/02/17

TIME: 6pm
VENUE: The Bradford Hotel,Hall INGS Bradford, BDI 5SH

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Tuesday, 21 February 2017

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Come join us this Sunday (26/02/2017) as we inaugurate FOGMMON (Fellowship of Gospel Music Ministers Of Nigeria) Oyo State Branch..

Venue : International Conference Center,Stone Church, Mokola,Ibadan.

Time: 5pm(The Red Carpet Event),6pm(Main Event)

The fellowship has a National Body herein referred to as the National Executive Council (NEC) with Head – Office in Abuja and State Chapters in each of the State of the Federation of Nigeria and abroad handled by a President, National and State Coordinators respectively.

The whole journey started when Asu Ekiye, the National President doggedly supported by Dr Panam Percy Paul, the Board Chairman and others like Kingsley Ike, Samsong, Solomon Lange, Chris Morgan, Bidemi Treasure, Ann Inyang, Madmo, Jay R, Six foot plus jazz sari, Fred Williams, and many more, collaborated to give Gospel Music a new face and fire.
With several Monthly meetings, executive board meetings, deliberations, prayer and fasting we make bold to declare that on the 18th of August 2014 FOGMMON was born and we can confidently say that this fellowship has come to stay.

Be part of a family
Looking to connect with others in the industry? FOGMMON offers year round exclusive networking platform.

Membership Benifits
The Fellowship shall promote and protect the welfare of its members

The Mission  of the Fellowship of Gospel Music Ministers of Nigeria (FOGMMON) is to build and coordinate an effective gospel music movement , efficient administration and propagation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ..

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Steps to Turn Your Passion Into Money

" There can be no joy in living without joy in work." - St. Thomas Aquinas

Chances are, you hate your job. Forbes reports more than half of the World are unhappy with their work lives. Every day, we’re commuting to places we associate with anxiety or boredom.

Why do we stay in jobs we don’t like? The usual suspects:

“I’ve got bills to pay! I can’t just quit.” 

“I have job security, and that’s not easy to come by.” 

“This is the only thing I know how to do.”

“I wouldn’t even know where to start if I wanted to try something new.”

A lot of us feel stuck.

But here’s the thing — we’re not stuck. There are ways to climb out of your current situation, find what you love, and turn it into a cash-generating career. Sound like a long shot? Not if you have a plan, and these steps can help you develop one.

1. What Do You Love to Do?

If you weren’t dealing with that crappy job every day, what would you be doing instead? Figure out which activities make you feel happy and alive—not dead inside, like I feel after a TV marathon.

Maybe you like to take pictures. Maybe you like writing. Perhaps a walk with your dog is your favorite time of day. Any activities you can dream of can be turned into a money-making venture.

If you’re still not sure, then take some classes. Try a few things out before making your choice. It could take years before you figure out what you love to do, but just keep experimenting. The alternative is that you never figure it out!

2. Do It For Free

Before charging people money, do what you love for free for quite a while. Doing the work without worrying about turning your passion into a business right away will help you hone your skills and build your confidence.

Take some baby steps. For example, if you’re thinking about a career in freelance writing, try blogging first. When you feel more comfortable, offer your services for free to a favorite website or local business.

Working for free will also allow you to determine if you actually like the work enough to parlay it into a job—if you won’t do it for free, you won’t enjoy doing it for money.

3. Combine Your Passion With Your Other Skills

Maybe you’re thinking about a career in photography because you love to take pictures. Are there any other skills that could increase the chance of success? Maybe you also have writing skills, and you could start a blog to promote and build excitement around your photos.

Figure out how to create your own success tool kit /secret sauce made up of all the different skills and experiences that only you have. This is what will make you stand out and keep your service unique.

4. Determine Your Ideal Client

Who’s going to pay you for the work you want to do? Think about your ideal customer. What’s their lifestyle like? What else do they like to do? And most importantly, based on who your ideal client is, what value can you bring to them?

Spend some time researching the needs, interests, and preferences of your ideal client. Then brainstorm ways to help them.

5. Make Connections

How can you reach out to the client that you defined in the last step? Is there someone you know that could connect you with your ideal clients? How can you draw attention to your work and provide value to the people who should see what you’ve got to offer?

There are plenty of cheap and easy ways to expand your circle and attract people who share your interests.

For example, if you want to write about food, start a food blog and get on social media. Invite friends and followers to share your writing for the chance to win a free cooking gadget. When you build your platform, you’ll be a more attractive contributor to a web site that pays writers.

Once your audience is aware of your work and finds value in it, build your portfolio so you can show off your work, which will help with the next step.

6. Do It For Cheap

Now that you’ve built some value, you can begin asking for money. When you reach out to paying clients, you’ll be able to present the free work that you did as a sample or a portfolio. For a job that’s service based, make sure you get references to help you move into the paid arena.

A client that’s getting some return for your work will most likely be happy to pay. If not, find someone who will.

7. Note What Works and What Doesn’t

As with any job, there will be an adjustment period where you figure out what works and what doesn’t.

Maybe you’ve found that the blog you’re keeping for your budding photography business isn’t gaining traction, but your Instagram account is getting lots of attention; it might be time to refocus your strategy.

Maybe you’ve found that keeping track of your writing assignments in a spreadsheet is easier than writing them down in a planner.

Take notes as you gain practice and experience; learn from both mistakes and successes.

8. Note What You Like and Don’t Like

Maybe you thought you’d like taking wedding photographs, but the hours are a killer, and you think you’d prefer studio work.

I started out as a coach, and then switched over to fiction writing. It was hard to gain the momentum to make the change, but now I’m glad I made the effort.

Don’t get stuck in a rut just because it’s the path of least resistance. It’s okay to adjust and shift gears as you go, especially if you’re really committed to doing work that makes you happy.

9. Simplify Your Message

In order to get the word out, refine your elevator pitch. Think about including not only what you do, but why you do it.

Your “speech” should sound like a friendly conversation that tells your story, not a sales pitch. When you’re catching up with a friend and they ask what you’re up to, here’s your chance to practice your pitch.

10. Follow a Pro

Take a look at the people you admire who are doing the work you want to be doing. What’s their strategy? How do they do it?

There’s no need to reinvent the wheel, and learning from those who found success before you doesn’t mean you can’t be original. Copy strategy, but make the rest yours.

11. Bonus Step: Don’t Quit Your Day Job Too Early

All of this talk about following your passion could make you feel like you’re ready to put in your two weeks, but you may want to slow down. Make sure you take the time and care to build a solid business.

A day job can help fund your new venture until you start making real money, which takes the pressure off your passion project.

I speak from experience. I had a lucrative freelance job come to an end, and rather than pick up more work, I decided to try to milk my passion for money. Then my passion (coaching at the time) became joyless and hard work. It became more about the money than about my clients, and that felt gross.

That experience made me realize that it’s okay to keep a job that can fund my passion. Like me, you may find it easier to tolerate the daily grind knowing that your free time is going toward something you truly love.

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Cosy - My Igwe

 Music History: My stage name is COSY, my full name is Ebem Perpetua Kosi, I started singing from childhood, BT never thought  it once to develop and go higher until after my Secondary education there I joined a mass choir called 'Family Foundation Mass Choir' @ Lokoja kogi state were I obtained my first musical training, afterwchich I got an admission into University of Ilorin 2007 and I joined a church choir called 'Rhema Mass Choir' ( RMC) Ilorin, I must confess that the impact of this very choir never left me till date, there I understood that music is not just singing its actually a calling, that is 70% spiritual and 30% of the remains criteria, I got to understand that music is actually my ministry, so in the light of this understanding I started running with this vision till date.                                                               
Song inspiration: The Holy Ghost is the perfect song inspirator, I never thought of writing a song until one fateful morning I was praying and I heard the song in my spirit, dn I quickly wrote down and afterwards oda songs I wrote came also the same way, after writing down I dumped it somewhere until God allowed a major challenge to come my way, DT made me look for God where I dropped him, and I picked up the songs and ran with it             Message of the song; 'MY IGWE', meaning my king tells me personally that he's the king that rules over the affairs of my life, I place him as king over everything that partains to my life, I let him lead the way, that even i start fulfilling his mandate in my life and destiny I should bear in my DTS just becos of his grace and all the glory will go to him.

Twitter: @ebemkosi
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Tuesday, 14 February 2017

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RELATIONSHIP:Ways Social Media can Impact Your Real-Life Relationships

Ways Social Media can Impact Your Real-Life Relationships

 by Debra Filet
“He totally sub-tweeted my Tweet on Twitter.  How passive-aggressive is that?  I’m definitely going to block him and change my relationship status just to make him jealous.”  The conversation I was having with this young 25-year-old woman a few weeks ago went something like that. 

As we were talking, I realized that a majority of the keywords she was using to describe this dramatic interaction are words that didn’t exist in regular conversation just 10 short years ago.  If I could have somehow recorded this conversation and played it to myself back in 2003, I would have had no idea what in the world it all meant. 

There’s no denying it, the rise of social media has left a most significant fingerprint on our society at large from starting revolutions to triggering riots to pushing for reform.   But more than anything else- it’s left its mark on our relationships.

For some people, social media is their main avenue of connecting with the world around them- like the couple from Turkey, who decided to go as far as exchanging their wedding vows via Twitter.  For others, it’s just a small part of their lives, bridging the gap of communication with the world around them.  But no matter how involved a person may be in the world of online, one thing is for sure- social media carries the potential of impacting our relational etiquette in pretty significant ways. 

After my conversation with this young woman, I began contemplating the effects that social media has had on my own personal life and relationships.  Though I’ve benefited greatly from the ability to instantly share my life with the world around me, I came to realize that I’ve also lost some things in the process.  No matter how shallow or deep you may be in the pool of social media, here are some things to consider with regard to the potential impacts it may have on real life interactions:        

We can lose our warmth:  There is something powerful about the tangible connection of one human being to another.  I was doing some shopping with my two little children just last week, when a sweet elderly woman looked over at us, smiled and winked.  As tiny as that gesture may have been, there was something about it that was so real.  Her smile connected us to her heart. 

No matter how we try to replicate it, there is nothing more powerful than real life connections.  Sometimes, we just need someone with skin to give us a smile, wrap their arms around us, or hold our hand in theirs.   In real life, we are forced to practice the skills of real human contact- from the influence of eye contact, to the tenderness of a human embrace.  Real life interactions have the potential of exuding a powerful warmth that is so easy to forget when hiding behind the walls of the online world.    Jesus Himself remembered the significance of this warmth as he touched the lepers, looked into the eyes of sinners, and embraced His friends.  He connected with people in a real way and He calls us to replicate His warmth as we engage the world around us.  May we not get so caught up in the digital that we forget the power of the physical. 

We can become self-focused:  They say junior high is the primary age of engaging in self-centered behaviors.  I refer to this as the “spotlight” stage, in which an adolescent lives life with the assumption that they are the center of attention and that all eyes are on them.   This magnetized way of thinking can be harmful in the long run, because when the spotlight is on you- everything becomes an ordeal.    It’s no wonder the early teens can be one of the most miserably dramatic stage in a person’s life.  The good news is – all of us eventually outgrow the spotlight mentality.  But the bad news is that social media seems to be ushering us back into the world of self-centeredness. 

Within the realm of social media, it is the norm to live with the spotlight mentality.  We are encouraged to share, tweet, and update every thought we think, feeling we feel, and move we make.  But how does this translate over into real relationships?  Imagine a person walking around just yelling out their every thought, feeling and action in real time.  Within the context of actual life, this sounds so strange, yet this is what we are encouraged to do everyday online. 

We enter into a state of self-absorption in which we are more interested in proclaiming to the world who we are and what we are doing rather than taking the time to get to know and engage the world around us.  So used to promoting ourselves, we forget to edify, encourage, and focus on others.  So used to looking inward that we begin to lose our desire to look out, to ask questions, and to put the other person first.   Philippians 2 challenges us to live a life that says no to vanity and conceit, but instead to humbly consider others as more important than ourselves.  Jesus, who was by far the best example of relational etiquette, lived a life that put others first.  I wonder how His example might affect the way we do social media?

We can lose our inhibition:  Here’s the thing about real-life, face-to-face relationships- they come with a filter!  Now granted, we all know that one person who says whatever comes to their mind no matter the cost, but for the most part- we are all equipped with the ability to discern when to speak up and when to refrain.  It’s a part of us that is grounded in the truth that some things are just better left unsaid.  But you may have noticed- something seems to happen to our inhibition when we are masked behind the guise of a computer screen.  Stepping into this virtual world, we find that we feel empowered and in control.  Slowly, we let our walls down. 

Sometimes, this lack of inhibition motivates us to say and do things in the online world that we would never say or do in real life.  In the end, our online actions can have real-life consequences by tarnishing our reputation, ruining our friendships, or isolating us from people we could have otherwise connected with.  It’s important to recognize the impact that social media can have on our real life relationships and challenge ourselves to interact with grace, wisdom, kindness, and humility whether online or off. 

The world of social media has an important role in our society and personal relationships.  It has the power to bring conflict and conceit, or the opportunity for connection and collaboration.  May we be challenged to use it in a way that reflects the heart of Jesus rather than simply used to promote ourselves.  May we, in all things, learn to proclaim: Less of me…and more of Him (John 3:30).      

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Monday, 13 February 2017

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5 Mistakes Keeping You From Real Love

by Giordana Toccaceli

I talk to single men and women every week. They want my help to find (and keep!) soul-satisfying relationships in record time.

Yes, I said "record time." You might think that love is all about timing and therefore totally out of your hands. Here’s what I know for sure: Timing is a factor, but every day, you are either positioning yourself to receive love or you’re actively pushing love away.

Here are five of the biggest love-blocking mistakes people make and my suggestions on how to turn them around:

1. Playing the waiting game

The “It’ll happen when it happens” mindset is one of the biggest mistakes we make when trying to attract and keep love. Waiting requires almost nothing, and yet, even though we’re giving nothing, we still expect to attract soul-mate-level love? In my experience, it rarely happens that way.

You wouldn't expect to build a successful business by just waiting for it to happen. You would do research, connect with experts in that industry, get organized, etc. Love is no different. Don’t wait for someone else to hand it to you on a silver platter. The person you spend your life with is worth your intentional and conscious effort.

2. Not being emotionally present

You’re successful. You have a great career and a fun circle of friends. You’ve got so many great things going for you, maybe you’re approaching your dates like interviews—trying to impress your potential partner instead of just opening your heart to a mind-blowing connection.

Relationships are all about the feeling world—your heart and soul—so being authentic and opening yourself up to a deep connection is essential.

Relax. Talk about your passions, your dreams. If sharing your feelings and emotions doesn’t come naturally, invest in learning how to open your heart and inner world in a way that creates closeness and authenticity.

3. Not believing that you are worthy of love

One of the most powerful ways to attract love is to begin by becoming aware of your own unhealthy psychological patterns. Identifying and finding ways to release your baggage is vital. How you feel about yourself is how you’ll make others feel.

Are you standoffish and guarded? Your date will feel uptight.

Are you obsessed with being independent? That will create distance, and your date will feel disconnected from you.

Do you get attached too quickly? Your date will feel like you’re using them instead of really seeing them.

Understanding the core reasons for these automatic behaviors (almost all of them come back to self-worth) is a crucial step toward attracting love. When you are willing to identify these root issues and reprogram your self-worth, your natural radiance will finally be seen, and that’s what will attract love into your life.

4. Holding on to cynicism

What are your deepest beliefs about love and relationships? For example, maybe you were cheated on, and as a result, you think true monogamy is unattainable. Or maybe you’ve been single for so long that you think all the good partners are taken.

Jaded or skeptical thoughts about love and romance are usually rooted in fear. Have you taken the time to process and work through these fears? I have seen so many promising relationships crash and burn because of unresolved fears and a lack of true belief in relationships.

Your recurring thoughts about love and relationships are driving you (subconsciously), so it’s important to deal with the unhealthy ones if you ever want to achieve real, lasting love.

5. Trying to do it alone

If you set a goal for yourself and start working toward it but keep hitting wall after wall, what would your next step be?

Give up on the goal completely? Keep doing the same thing (that’s clearly not working) over and over again?

My suggestion: Empower yourself.

Empowerment looks like learning everything you can about attraction, connection, love, and relationships. It might also look like investing in real, strategic support.

Whatever the right mix of action steps is for you, I strongly encourage you to not give up. Don’t assume that if it hasn’t happened yet, it’s not meant to be. There is a love out there for you. Prepare yourself to be able to receive it when it comes.

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(isaac Amusan): is a music minister from ogun state,But is born breed in the city of ibadan,He Attendend Tunatol international school Oremeji mokola Ibadan and Continue is Secondary Education In Baptist Secondary school Oke-Ado liberty Road but Presently in in the music Department at the Polythecnic Ibadan With a great,Motivating and life changing Debut for the hopeless in mind?Taged SeyanU
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Sunday, 12 February 2017

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New Power-packed and spirit-filled music by Solution. 
This one is titled: Emi mimo wa( Come Holy Spirit) . 
This song will surely be a blessing to you.

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Thursday, 9 February 2017

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10 Tips for a Healthier Weekend

By Jennipher Walters, Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness

We all know how it goes. You make good food choices, avoid
temptations, and work out every morning only to find that on
Friday or Saturday night, your willpower goes out the window.
Somehow you begin noshing on chicken fingers and guzzling
beer then snoozing through your Spinning class the next
morning. Sound familiar?
The weekend sure can pose a challenge to our health and
weight-loss goals. Why? Well, during the week, we tend to plan
ahead and follow a schedule. We get up, eat breakfast, head to
work, eat planned snacks during our breaks, enjoy lunch at the
same scheduled time each day, and find ways to squeeze in a
little exercise. Many of us even pack a whole day's worth of
food and do pretty well at making healthy decisions day to day.
During the weekend, it might seem that all bets are off. Without
a set schedule (and more opportunities for temptation) one
weekend can easily undo a whole week of healthy habits.
But weekends don't have to be this way. In fact, weekends are a
great time to practice healthy behaviors because you usually
have more time to do so.
So, how do you change your unhealthy weekend habits? A good
start would be to begin incorporating these healthy weekend tips
so you can stay healthy—and on track!
1. Squeeze in a longer workout. The best part of the weekend is
that you have more free time. So while you might not be able to
squeeze in a 30-minute run over lunch during the week, you can
use the weekend to go for a longer run at a beautiful park
nearby. Or go to the gym to try a new hour-long class. Use the
weekend as a time to refresh your workout and get more activity
in without feeling rushed.
2. Eat like it's a weekday. When you think about it, it doesn't
really make much sense to eat differently on the weekend than
you do during the week—especially if your food choices during
the week keep you fueled and energized. It can be easy to skip
meals on the weekend and then make up for it later by
overindulging at dinner. So, make a point to eat breakfast, lunch
and dinner while sitting down. Pack snacks for when you're on
the go, and follow a schedule just like you would during the
week. Your body will thank you!
3. Stick to your usual sleep schedule. Are you someone who
has a firm bedtime during the week only to stay up late and
sleep in on the weekends? Changing your sleep patterns could
throw off your schedule (hard to eat breakfast when you get up
at noon!), and could also interfere with weight loss. Just think of
all those times you stayed up later than usual, got hungry and
ended up eating something unhealthy! Changing your sleep
schedule can also make it harder to fall asleep on Sunday night
which could set you up for a tired Monday.
4. Get outdoors. Because most of us work indoors during the
daylight hours, the weekend provides a nice opportunity to get
outside, see the sun and connect with nature. Heading outside
can boost your body's production of vitamin D , plus studies
show that people are happier when they spend time out in
nature. So, get out there and enjoy the great outdoors!
5. Fuel yourself for weekday success. Ask yourself honestly if
you pushed yourself too hard with workouts or restricted your
food or calories too much during the week. If so, come Friday,
your body may be hungry and tired, which can lead to
overeating and underexercising on the weekend. Remember to
practice moderation every day, eating and exercising in a way
that you can sustain for the long haul—not just a few days or
6. Limit your drinks. While many of us forgo the soda, beer and
wine during the week, we loosen up over the weekend and drink
more of our calories. Just remember that the calories in
beverages can add up quickly if you're not careful. Go easy on
the drinks, or try healthier drink swaps if you just can't forgo
that fancy coffee or sweet tea on Saturday! Practice moderation
when it comes to alcohol, too. Just because you were "good"
during the week doesn't mean that it's OK to make up for that
with one night of all-out binge drinking. Here's what you need to
know about fitting alcohol into a healthy diet .
7. Plan for relaxation. Most of us are busy during the week and
even our weekends seem to become non-stop errands, chores,
work and travel. So how do you find time to relax? Take the
whole weekend (or at least part of it) to schedule some
downtime for at least an hour or two. Whether it's practicing
your favorite hobby, seeing a movie with friends or even
meditating quietly, do something every weekend that recharges
you. You'll not only feel better, but also beat stress (which may
also ) help you drop a few pounds .
8. Break the on-again, off-again diet mentality. If you have a
history in yo-yo dieting, make sure that you're not alternating
between being "good" and "bad" throughout the course of a
week. View the weekend as time for you—not a time to rebel or
"cheat" on your diet and exercise plan. Remember that being at
a healthy weight is about sustainable healthy lifestyle changes,
not just a diet and exercise plan that you can maintain Monday
through Friday. Revisit your goals and recommit to making
healthy and realistic choices every day that set you up for
success in the long term.
9. Weigh in Monday morning. If you need extra help being
accountable over the weekend, schedule your weekly weigh-in
for Monday morning. Knowing that you'll step on the scale at
the start of the week can help you to stay accountable and be
more aware of your weekend choices.
10. Plan for the week ahead. What better way to stay healthy on
the weekend than by using your extra time to continue to set
yourself up for success? Take a Sunday afternoon or evening to
plan your meals , hit the grocery store, and do some big batch
cooking for the week ahead. That way, when your busy week
gets even busier, you'll already be ahead of the curve and able
to stay on track! Don't forget about laundering your workout
clothes, packing your gym bag, and getting prepared for
workouts, too.

Enjoy your weekend!!!

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Today in History: February 9

Today is Thursday, Feb. 9, the 40th day of 2017. There are 325 days left in the year.

On this date in:

1773: The ninth president of the United States, William Henry Harrison, was born in Charles City County, Virginia.
1825: The House of Representatives elected John Quincy Adams president after no candidate received a majority of electoral votes.
1861: Jefferson Davis was elected provisional president of the Confederate States of America at a congress held in Montgomery, Alabama.
1870: The U.S. Weather Bureau was established.
1933: The Oxford Union Society approved, 275-153, a motion “that this House will in no circumstances fight for its King and Country,” a stand that was widely denounced. (On this date in 1983, the Oxford Union rejected, 416-187, a motion “that this House would not fight for Queen and Country.”)

1942: The U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff held its first formal meeting to coordinate military strategy during World War II. Daylight-saving “War Time” went into effect in the United States, with clocks moved one hour forward. The SS Normandie, a former French liner being refitted for the U.S. Navy at a New York pier, caught fire (it capsized early the next morning).
1943: The World War II battle of Guadalcanal in the southwest Pacific ended with an Allied victory over Japanese forces.
1950: In a speech in Wheeling, West Virginia, Sen. Joseph McCarthy, R-Wis., charged the State Department was riddled with Communists.

1964: The Beatles made their first live American television appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” broadcast from New York by CBS.

1971: A magnitude 6.6 earthquake in California’s San Fernando Valley claimed 65 lives. The crew of Apollo 14 returned to Earth after man’s third landing on the moon.
1984: Soviet leader Yuri V. Andropov, 69, died 15 months after succeeding Leonid Brezhnev; he was followed by Konstantin U. Chernenko. (chehr-NYEN’-koh).

1997: Best Products closed the last of its stores, a victim of the diminishing allure of the catalog showroom concept of retailing.

2002: Britain’s Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II, died in London at age 71.
Ten years ago: Defense Secretary Robert Gates told reporters in Munich, Germany, that serial numbers and other markings on bombs provided “pretty good” evidence that Iranians were supplying either weapons or technology to Iraqi extremists. British actor Ian Richardson, who portrayed immoral politician Francis Urquhart in the satirical TV drama “House of Cards,” died in London at age 72.

Five years ago: President Barack Obama freed 10 states from some of the toughest requirements of the No Child Left Behind education law. The Pentagon formally opened thousands of jobs to women in units that were closer to the front lines than ever before. Former skiing champion Jill Kinmont Boothe, who became a painter and a teacher after she was paralyzed during a race and was the subject of a book and two Hollywood films, died in Carson City, Nevada, at age 75.
One year ago: Republican Donald Trump posted a decisive victory in the New Hampshire primary, while Democrats lined up behind Bernie Sanders in their own act of anti-establishment defiance. President Barack Obama unveiled his eighth and final budget, a $4 trillion-plus proposal freighted with liberal policy initiatives and tax hikes. Two commuter trains crashed head-on in a remote area of southern Germany, killing 12 people and injuring dozens of others.

Today’s Birthdays: Television journalist Roger Mudd is 89. Actress Janet Suzman is 78. Nobel Prize-winning author J.M. Coetzee is 77. Actress-politician Sheila James Kuehl (TV: “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis”) is 76. Singer-songwriter Carole King is 75. Actor Joe Pesci is 74. Singer Barbara Lewis is 74. Author Alice Walker is 73. Actress Mia Farrow is 72. Former Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., is 71. Singer Joe Ely is 70. Actress Judith Light is 68. Rhythm-and-blues musician Dennis “DT” Thomas (Kool & the Gang) is 66. Actor Charles Shaughnessy is 62. Actor Ed
Amatrudo (TV: “Nashville”) is 61. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is 60. Jazz musician Steve Wilson is 56. Country singer Travis Tritt is 54. Actress Julie Warner is 52. Country singer Danni Leigh is 47. Actress Sharon Case is 46. Actor Jason George is 45. Actress Amber Valletta is 43. Actor-producer Charlie Day is 41. Rock singer Chad Wolf (Carolina Liar) is 41. Actor A.J. Buckley is 40. Rock musician Richard On (O.A.R.) is 38. Actress Ziyi Zhang is 38. Olympic silver and bronze medal figure skater Irina Slutskaya is 38. Actor Tom Hiddleston is 36. Actor David Gallagher is 32. Actor Michael B. Jordan is 30. Actress Rose Leslie is 30. Actress Marina Malota is 29. Actress Camille Winbush is 27. Actor Jimmy Bennett is 21.

Thought for Today: “Modesty is the conscience of the body.” — Honore de Balzac, French author and dramatist (1799-1850)

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Monday, 6 February 2017

TopeDada (Tee Dreads)


ARTIST: Tee Dreads featuring PST KEVIN PY, LAMIDE LAWAL and  FJ

Chorus {Tee Dreads} :
 Onise Ara (Wonder Worker) (x2)
You are the God of wonders
Miracle working God 
You are the great and mighty God 
Onise Ara, Onise Ara (Wonder Worker)

Verse 1 {Tee Dreads}:
He has all power in his hands
He has all victory in his hands
If you can trust him he'll be there for you
If you can call him he will hear your voice 

He's the way maker,
 strong tower,promise keeper
Wonder working God 
Wonder working God 
Onise Ara (Wonder Worker)

{Chorus} { All}

Verse 2 { Kevin Py}:
Asafu Yehowa (God of the church)
Ye be sum wo (we will worship you) 3tyms
Kyere wo tumi sisian (show your power now) (x2)

You are the promise keeper
Miracle worker,Story changer
Wonder working God 
You are the wonder working God 
Onise Ara (Wonder Worker)

Chorus (All)
 Call: Onise Ara (Wonder Worker) (x2)
Response : Wonder working God ........
You are the God of wonders
Miracle working God 
You are the great and mighty God 
Onise Ara, Onise Ara (Wonder Worker)

Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh

LAMIDE : Sangiri lagiri o, Olagiri lakaka
Talo le to o oh oh, 
Adaniwaye ,Weri Weri omo tuntun
Kosi ko ma seni to le to o
Ko seni to dabire ooo

FJ: God of awesome wonders
Kevin PY: Nobody like our God 
FJ: Yeah e yeah oh oh oh oh
Demons tremble at your feet
How great you are
Kevin Py: Nobody like our God
FJ: You are the God of all creation 
Uh uh uh
Tee Dreads: Onise Ara (Wonder Worker)


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Thursday, 2 February 2017

TopeDada (Tee Dreads)

Frank Lampard Retires

Lampard retires - and Carragher finally
admits his grudging respect

announced his
football on
bringing an
end to an
career spanning 21 years.

The former England, West Ham, Chelsea, Manchester City and
New York City midfielder is best remembered for his 13 years at
Stamford Bridge, during which time he won 11 major honours.
Lampard's club-record tally of 211 goals helped Chelsea to
three Premier League titles, the Champions League, the Europa
League and six domestic cup triumphs.
He won 106 caps for his country, and Thursday's
announcement prompted former team-mates and rivals alike to
pay tribute - with Liverpool's Jamie Carragher even having a
few nice words to say about his old adversary.
After all those Chelsea battles & Frank Lampard now retiring, I
can finally admit the respect I had for him & that he was a great

— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) February 2, 2017
What a career. Thank you, Frank. #SuperFrank

— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 2, 2017
caps. goals. Frank Lampard.#threelions

— @Ejdur Gudjohnson
I played with @franklampard No more words
Huge congratulations on retirement Frank Lampard. One of the
hardest working players that talked the talk and walked the walk

— Trevor Sinclair (@trevor8sinclair) February 2, 2017
100 - Frank Lampard is one of three players to record both
100+ goals & 100+ assists in PL history (also Ryan Giggs &
Wayne Rooney). Elite.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 2, 2017
Good luck, thanks for the memories and all the best for the next
chapter of your career, Frank Lampard! #mcfc

— Manchester City (@ManCity) February 2, 2017
Congratulations to Frank #Lampard on your retirement &
fantastic career! What brilliant player & a true professional

— Lothar MatthΓ€us (@LMatthaeus10) February 2, 2017
Captain in back-to-back #UCL & #UEL final wins with Chelsea,
Frank Lampard retires from football.
UEFA club appearances 132
Goals 29 ⚽️

— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) February 2, 2017
Football is filled not only with rivalries, but also with indelible
memories. Thanks, Frank Lampard, for your contributions to the

— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) February 2, 2017
Congratulations to Frank Lampard on an incredible career!
He's announced his retirement from playing, aged 38

— (@FIFAcom) February 2, 2017
Happy retirement, Frank Lampard!
607 apps (all-time 3rd highest)
177 goals (4th)
102 assists (2nd)@MyTopps relive an amazing career...

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