This really got me giggling and I decided to share it. Oh, how I miss cartoons *sobs*
Atlast, Reverend Chris Okotie of the Household of God church has spoken! You will recall that ever since his announcement of his marriage split during his sermon in church about four weeks ago, he has kept mum and played 'ignoramus' to the different criticisma and reactions from Nigerians.
Here goes the report from dailypost, Okotie’s spokesman, Ladi Ayodeji has urged the public to ignore comments
credited to the Pastor in a section of the media concerning his recent
separation from his wife, Stephanie. “Rev Okotie has not made any
comment on the issue since his announcement to his Household of God
congregation on Sunday, June 24, 2012. We appeal to the public to ignore
all the rumours being peddled in the press,” he added.
Some people are still talking sha but I don't blame them...afterall this kind of news is hard...
It is fast starting to become a trend on twitter for Nigerian artists to distribute freebies. It first started with Don Jazzy (he's always distributing free Recharge cards via his twitter handle, then he stepped up to distributing cash ...N100, 000) now Nollywood actor Chidi Mokeme and Musician Iyanya Mbuk have joined the league!
Today on twitter, 'Kukere' singer, Iyanya Mbuk distributed free MTN, GLO, AIRTEL and ETISALAT recharge cards to his followers, here, it's however sad that I didn't get to win any of them *sobs*.
Within the twinkle of an eye, Chidi Mokeme also started the distribution of his freebies too, but unlike his previous counterparts, he made no announcement.
He caught his followers unaware by tweeting fastest fingers and the card nos. The followers that were smart enough won it and they joyfully tweeted back, thanku...we love you....bla blah... U can check his twitter handle here
Too much time sitting and watching TV is taking years off your life expectancy, a study says.
Simply put, the time we all spend sitting or watching TV is taking years off our life
Researchers arrived at the conclusion from the results
of five studies that explored the effects on nearly 167,000 people of
sitting and watching television.
Peter Katzmarzyk, the study's lead
author and a professor at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in
Baton Rouge, La., said "...the study doesn't establish a direct
cause-and-effect relationship between sitting, TV watching and death.
But the evidence suggesting an association between shortened lives and
sedentary activities, like TV watching and driving, is piling up"
also seems to be something about sitting itself that is bad for one's
health. Studies in both animals and humans have found that sitting...