Saturday, February 6, 2016

Ngozi Muoneke(Mrs) Wins 'BE Mogul Award' – business owners recognition in Britain

Ngozi Muoneke(Mrs) CEO/ Director  of M3 Cosmetics Ltd is the first recipients to 

receive the prestigious Be Mogul award  as CEO of M3 Cosmetics Ltd. 

Mr Victor Muoneke  the husband of the recipient is a director in M3 Cosmetics 

BE Mogul – recognising the most influential and inspirational black business 

owners in Britain today*

BE Mogul is a new annual publication that celebrates the contribution of black

British business owners. Mr Victor Muoneke The husband of the recipient of the BE

In addition to the profiles of successful nominees, the publication
highlights the contribution of entrepreneurs of African and Caribbean origin to the UK economy and acknowledges the movers and shakers in Britain’s black business community.

BE Mogul provides a platform for positive business role models, who may not have been recognised in the mainstream media, to inspire and encourage others. We want to shout loud and proud about the positive economic contribution black-owned businesses are making in Britain today.” – Mavis Amankwah, co-founder.

BE Mogul provides a platform for positive business role models, who may not have been recognised in the mainstream media, to inspire and encourage others. We want to shout loud and proud about the positive economic contribution black-owned businesses are making in Britain today.” – Mavis Amankwah, co-founder.

Our supporters

BE Mogul has the official support of NatWest, 10 Downing Street and the Mayor of London.

*“Over 1.2 million Londoners are of black descent, almost 16% of our city’s population, so it is obvious that black businesses and entrepreneurs have a vital role to play in our future prosperity, bringing innovation and dynamism, as well as links to overseas markets. From finance to design and retail to food, black entrepreneurs are already making a huge contribution to our city’s success.” – Boris Johnson, Mayor of London*

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Chelsea sacked Steward for calling Cesc Fabregas a 'snake'

A steward was sacked by Chelsea for calling former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas a "snake". 

I think the Steward is right, Snakes everywhere in Chelsea team. Except the Brazilians and the new young  guys, the rest are all traitors. 

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Stephanie Linus and her Son

Yes, it's me. I'm your mum! God said I should take care of you. So yes, you can lean on me. Love you endlessly.

Dady Loves you!


“YOU know I am not very happy with Nigeria. I have made that very clear on many occasions. Yes, Nigeria stood by us more than any nation, but you let yourselves down, and Africa and the black race very badly. Your leaders have no respect for their people. They believe that their personal interests are the interests of the people. They take people’s resources and turn it into personal wealth. There is a level of poverty in Nigeria that should be unacceptable. I cannot understand why Nigerians are not more angry than they are.

“What do young Nigerians think about your leaders and their country and Africa? Do you teach them history? Do you have lessons on how your past leaders stood by us and gave us large amounts of money? You know I hear from Angolans and Mozambicans and Zimbabweans how your people opened their hearts and their homes to them. I was in prison then, but we know how your leaders punished western companies who supported Apartheid.

“What about the corruption and the crimes? Your elections are like wars. Now we hear that you cannot be president in Nigeria unless you are Muslim or Christian. Some people tell me your country may break up. Please don’t let it happen.
“Let me tell you what I think you need to do. You should encourage leaders to emerge who will not confuse public office with sources of making personal wealth. Corrupt people do not make good leaders. Then you have to spend a lot of your resources for education.

“Educate children of the poor, so that they can get out of poverty. Poverty does not breed confidence. Only confident people can bring changes. Poor, uneducated people can also bring change, but it will be hijacked by the educated and the wealthy...give young Nigerians good education. Teach them the value of hard work and sacrifice, and discourage them from crimes which are destroying your image as a good people.”

(Excerpts taken from a 2007 interview with Mandela conducted by Dr Hakeem Baba-Ahmed).

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Destiny Child ... By Barr Anozie Obi

"Oga na 3 for 100 naira", Deji paid for the oranges and he began to think to himself; this woman selling oranges in traffic was a sales executive just like him, she sold oranges and he sold houses. He thought of the days when he used to help his mum sell pure water after school and it dawned on him that he could actually have been the one selling oranges but for the grace of God. He called the woman back and gave her N5000. The orange seller and his driver were both shocked but he said to them "I have been there before and I understand what you are going through" The difference between a mama put cook and a chef is the grace of God! You could pay N500 for a very tasty meal at a mama put under a canopy and then you visit an upscale restaurant and pay N7000 and the food tastes bland!
Don't ever get to a stage in your life when you believe things are working for you because you know how to do it, its the grace of God on your life! The bible said in Deuteronomy 8: 11-18 (ESV) 12lest, when you have eaten and are full and have built good houses and live in them, 13 and when your herds and flocks multiply and your silver and gold are multiplied and all that you have is multiplied, 14 then your heart be lifted up, and you forget the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery, 15 who led you through the great and terrifying wilderness, with its fiery serpents and scorpions and thirsty ground where there was no water, who brought you water out of the flinty rock, 16 who fed you in the wilderness with manna that your fathers did not know, that he might humble you and test you, to do you good in the end. 17 Beware lest you say in your heart, ‘My power and the might of my hand have gotten me this wealth.’ 18 You shall remember the LORD your God, for it is He who gives you power to get wealth, that He may confirm his covenant that He swore to your fathers, as it is this day.
Always put God first and acknowledge Him always. The day you begin to feel like you don't need God is the beginning of the end for you. Let humility be your fragrance. There are no successful men, all we have are HELPED men! God used someone for you, it was not by your strength or efforts. It just pleased God to promote you. You too can be a Social Media Evangelist, share and repost the Gospel of Jesus Christ so that others can be blessed just like you were blessed. Thank you for reading.

Celine Dion's husband Rene Angelil is dead

Celine Dion's husband Rene Angelil, who discovered the Canadian pop diva and long managed her career, died aged 73, after a struggle with cancer.
Dion announced his passing in a Twitter message, saying: "Rene Angelil passed away this morning at his home in Las Vegas after a long and courageous battle against cancer."
News of Angelil's death triggered an outpouring of sympathy from Dion's fans, with the singer's name trending on Twitter worldwide.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted his condolences to Dion and to Angelil's six children, including three from a previous marriage.

Angelil's home city of Montreal announced that flags would be flown at half mast in his honor, as mayor Denis Coderre paid tribute to "a monument of the entertainment world."
Born in Quebec to Lebanese-Syrian immigrants, Angelil started out in music dabbling in yeye -- French 60s music -- before trying his hand at comedy, and finally settling on a career in music management.
As a talent agent, he signed one of the biggest names in Quebec music, Ginette Reno, but the arrangement ended abruptly in 1981, leaving Angelil destitute and desperate.
Just then, another opportunity arose.
At age 12, Dion had recorded a demo tape with her mother and sent it to Angelil. He was so struck by her voice that he signed her to an exclusive management contract -- mortgaging his house to finance her debut album.
"I'd never heard anything like it. For me, it was the most beautiful voice in the world," he would recall in interviews.
The businessman set out to make Dion the biggest singer in the world.
His protegee and future wife went on to become one of pop's music's best-known voices, winning five Grammy awards including for the "Titanic" theme song "My Heart Will Go On," and collaborating with stars from Stevie Wonder to Barbra Streisand.
- 'All my life' -
Behind the scenes, Angelil invested Dion's earnings from concerts and 220 million albums sold worldwide in restaurants, dance clubs and golf courses. He launched clothing lines, perfumes and other Dion branded merchandise, building an empire of wealth for them to share.
"There is no other manager like him," Dion once said. "Ninety-nine point nine percent of what's happened to me (my success) is because of Rene."
In 1994, when she was 19 and he was 45, the couple married in an extravagant wedding ceremony that was televised live in Canada, and splashed all over glossy magazines.
"My mother wanted to kill him," Dion said later.
Eventually the couple landed in Las Vegas where Dion played nearly 1,000 shows, earning her more millions.
Their fairytale life, however, took a turn when Angelil was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2013. A year later he stepped down as Dion's manager -- a position he held for more than 30 years.
After taking a break from performing to care for her husband, Dion returned to performing on the Strip in 2015 at Angelil's urging.
In a candid interview with USA Today she described dealing with the pending loss of "the only boyfriend I've ever had" and "the leader of the band all my life."
In a soft voice, she recalled: "I'll say, 'You're scared? I understand. Talk to me about it,'" pausing before adding: "And Rene says to me, 'I want to die in your arms.' OK, fine, I'll be there, you'll die in my arms."

by Marc Braibant