Photos: Swagged Up! Behind The Scenes At Eva Alordiah’s Lights Out Video Shoot…. posted by kelly ehymez

Still as sexy as she wants to be, Eva Alordiah is gearing up to release the video to her single, Lights Out. Looking extra swagged up, this video looks like it’s going to be a very appealing one to watch.

Video directed by Patrick Ellis. check out the photos

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Lagos Ranked 2nd Fastest Growing City In Africa & 4th Worst Place To Live In The World

August 30, 2013 – Lagos Ranked Second Fastest Growing City In Africa & 4th Worst Place To Live In The World

Lagos has been ranked 4th on the list of world’s worst cities to live.

According to an independent economic advisory group named Economist Intelligence Unit, EIU, Lagos shares 137th position with the city of Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea.

Port Moresby & Lagos scored 38.9 % in the ranking.

According to the report released on Thursday August 29, 2013, Lagos was described as 2nd fastest growing city in Africa and the 4th worst city to live in the world.

“Rapid growth is not always a good thing because Lagos is now a magnet for two perpetual threats to peace: pirates and Islamist warriors.Boko Haram have a problem with cities like Lagos and also lots of weaponry. Pirates threaten trade and use kidnapping as a method of funding. Islamist terrorist groups such as Boko Haram (“Education is forbidden”) want to create their own version of heaven on earth by destroying cities such as Lagos and imposing strict sharia law. Lagos has enormous potential but as yet little to show for it – hence its poor ranking,”

Samuel Eto’o Signs £7million 1-Year Deal To Join Chelsea….posted by kelly rhymez

Chelsea are to sign Samuel Eto’o on a stunning £7million one-year deal on Thursday after admitting defeat in their pursuit of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.

According to Daily Mail, Eto’o, the 32-year-old Cameroon forward, is taking a huge pay cut from the £17m a year that made him the world’s best paid footballer at Anzhi Makhachkala and will sign on a free transfer.

However, Anzhi are understood to have sweetened the deal by giving Eto’o a multi-million-pound lump sum to get him off their wage bill.

Eto’o arrived at London’s St Pancras station on Wednesday night, where he was pictured with super-agent Pini Zahavi, and is due to have a medical at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground before finalising terms after his advisers held talks on Wednesday.

Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho, a confirmed Eto’o admirer, turned to his Plan B after United steadfastly refused to sell Rooney.

There is a kinship between the Chelsea coach and his new signing.

Eto’o has never been short of an opinion. At Barcelona he took a microphone on live television and called his former club Real Madrid to celebrate Barcelona’s 2005 Spanish title; he dared to publicly attack Ronaldinho’s work-rate and justifiably threatened to leave the field when racially abused from the stands in Zaragoza.

It is no surprise that his first exchange with Mourinho was a heated one.

In the tunnel at Stamford Bridge in 2005 when Chelsea beat Barcelona in the Champions League, a melee followed between players, and Eto’o was vocal in his opinion of Chelsea’s tactics. Mourinho liked the striker’s feistiness. “I liked the fact he was worked up after a defeat,” recalled Mourinho.

That fire was put to good use when the two joined forces at Inter Milan where Eto’o was the spearhead for Mourinho’s Treble-winning side. During that time, the four-time African Player of the Year scored a winner at Stamford Bridge to end Chelsea’s Champions League hopes.

Silky of touch, dedicated and clinical, Eto’o is also one to nurture the young players around him, a factor that will not be lost on his coach.

Questions will be asked whether he has the pace which made him such a feared opponent in Italy and Spain and there was evidence in Russia and the Europa League last year that his power is dwindling with age.

However, his speed of thought and relationship with Chelsea’s other Anzhi recruit, the Brazilian Willian, still spawned a goal ratio of one every two games. It is a gamble Mourinho is prepared to take and one appreciated by Eto’o.

 

Nigeria Arrests Fake CNN Correspondent

Nigerian authorities have arrested a citizen who posed as a CNN correspondent to try to get money from politicians in exchange for interviews in oil-producing Bayelsa state.

Paul Yempe was rumbled by a member of the local branch of the national journalists union (NUJ) when he approached the office of the state’s energy commissioner to solicit an interview for an alleged CNN documentary.