Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Download kingzy-"crazy Love" (new music)

   Download new song "crazy love" by Kingzy.  A pop/igbo mixed genre of song and it is good for listening.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

KSU Strike Continues, No resumption of academic till we are fully paid - KSU ASUU Union Chairman

Debunk KSU June 5th call off strike, We are still on Strike till we are Paid- KSU ASUU Chairman.
 The Ksu striking Union chairman while speaking with news reporters shortly after a brief meeting of National working committee of ASUU. Lamented how the Union was ignored and rejected by Kogi State government, stressing that strike continues.
 This are his words:
"The lingering KSU strike is not a thing of joy for us as a union because of how it endangers the future of our youth but  it is a necessity for us to go on strike.
Ksu strike continue, we have not negotiated the government and school management before the declaration of call off strike and resumption of school. No academic activities will takes place unless our plight is meant and fully look into by the government."
KSU strike clock 15 weeks last week. The most anticipated resumption week end with strike continue, According to the previous academic calendar. All Academic activities supposed to end this week and exam to commence next week.....that is to say one semester wasted already, as this strike happened to be the longest Ksu domestic strike in history.

Top social networking Apps(Updated)

Top Social Networking Apps
With the growing popularity of mobile social networking, we have also created a list of 10 leading social apps globally. These apps are in fierce competition with the main social sites already!
The picture here is a bit different if we look at the brand names. WhatsApp and Messenger are in a close race for the top spot. But both of theses most popular social media apps are owned by Facebook so the competition may not be as fierce as between completely separate companies. Then there’s a lot of Asian apps and then on the sixth spot is Instagram, again owned by Facebook.  Facebook Messenger has caught up with WhatsApp an they are now tied with 1.2 billion monthly active users (Messenger up from 1 billion). Both of these mobile platforms are owned by Facebook.
Instagram has now 700 million users.               Social Networking App Monthly Visitors:
Messenger (owned by Facebook) 1,200,000,000
WhatsApp (owned by Facebook) 1,200,000,000
QQ Chat 899,000,000
WeChat 806,000,000
Instagram (owned by Facebook) 700,000,000
QZone 652,000,000
Viber 249,000,000
LINE 218,000,000
Snapchat 200,000,000
YY 122,000,000

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Top 10 expensive substances in the world

1. Antimatter — $62.5 trillion per gram
The most expensive substance on Earth. Production of one milligram of positrons costs about $25 million. In theory, we will be able to use antimatter as fuel for spacecrafts in the future. But the drawback today is that to make just one gram of it, all of mankind will have to work for about a year without rest.
2. Californium — $25-27 million per gram
The most expensive chemical element ever. It has been synthesized only once since its discovery in 1950.
3. Diamond — $55,000 per gram
The most famous precious stone on Earth, and the best friend of any lady.
4. Tritium — $30,000 per gram
This gas is used in lighting — for example, in tritium illumination. It costs about $15 million to produce a pound of tritium.
5. Taaffeite — $20,000 per gram or $4,000 per carat
A precious stone of a violet, pink, red, or white color. It is a million times rarer than diamonds, making it legendary. However, despite its uniqueness, it’s not very popular when it comes to jewelry — and that’s probably the reason why it’s relatively inexpensive.
6. Painite — $9,000 per gram
This stone is so rare that very few people actually know it exists. It’s a mineral of an orange or reddish-brown color, and it was only discovered 65 years ago. There are just a couple hundred of these stones in the world today.
7. Plutonium — $4,000 per gram
A heavy yet fragile radioactive metal of a silvery-white color. Its uses vary from production of nuclear weapons and fuel to a source of energy for spacecrafts.
8. LSD — $3,000 per gram
A psychoactive narcotic substance, and a very expensive delayed death. The manufacturing process of this semi-synthetic drug is quite difficult, which explains the cost.
9. Cocaine — $236 per gram
A drug that costs a fortune yet won’t do you any good whatsoever. This white crystal powder is a fatally dangerous narcotic. Its higher price, as compared to the one above, is explained by its ’purity’ and naturalness.
10. Heroin — $130 per gram
An opiate that changes your perception. Once again, better you never see it for yourself. If the movies speak the truth, it’s very hard to get, and that’s probably why it’s so expensive.

5 top richest state in Nigeria

 Here are the top 5 Richest States in Nigeria:
1. Lagos State :Richest State in Nigeria
Lagos is a rapidly growing city with many businesses and companies. It is a city with a beehive of activities and a vibrant economy.
The GDP is placed at $33.67 billion and this makes it the richest state in Nigeria.

2. Rivers State
According to the Business Day newspaper, Rivers has the fastest growing economy. The state is home to Oil based industries and other foreign owned businesses. The GDP of Rivers was reported to be $21.07 billion and is the second richest state in Nigeria.
3. Delta State
A state leading in renewable energy as well as oil production with a GDP of $16.75 billion, which makes it the third richest state in Nigeria. The state attracts a lot of foreign investors and has a strong potential for more growth.

4. Oyo State
This state has a GDP of $16.12 billion and is the fourth richest state in Nigeria. The state experienced a 14% growth rate in GDP between 2008 and 2012. In the South West region, Oyo state is the second highest emerging middle class with a gross state product greater than $1.91 trillion.
5. Imo State
This states is a business hub to companies and industries especially in the oil and Gas sector. It has a GDP of $14.21 billion and is the fifth richest state in Nigeria. The natural resources found in this state has contributed immensely to the growth of this state.

Monday, April 3, 2017

How to know If a website is safe to visit through google site status

 As we know, There are lots of unsafe websites online these days many of which are legitimate websites that have been compromised. If you navigate to those dangerous sites or download dangerous files from those sites, you will fall victim of web-based threats like malware, unwanted software, and social engineering.
If you care about online security issues, you can check the current safety status of a web page without having to visit it by making use of the
Google site status tool powered by Google’s Safe Browsing technology.
If you input a webpage (as a URL, website, or domain) into the tool, the most recent results of the safe browsing analysis for that webpage are references to troubleshooting help and educational materials. Click to read more at

How to add floating like button for blogger blog

In this tutorial, I want to share with you, how to add floating Facebook like button to your Blogger blog, thereby making it easy for your blog visitors to "like" your post while scrolling through your blog. This no doubt, is one of the ways you can
increase traffic to your blog.
A single click on the Like button will 'like' your blog post and if a user that clicked on it clicks on it again, it will 'unlike' the blog post. The "like" button will also display the number of "likes" - and this will also include the "likes" garnered when you promote the post with a Facebook.
 Reasons should add it to your blogs is to make your blog to be standard,  to gain social media traffic., Jide Ogunsanya