Thursday, October 29, 2015

Top 4 Watch Designs Every Lady Must Have

With regards to watch designs, ladies are sure spoilt for decision. You will discover watches to suit your needs, your tastes in style and distinctive events.

In the event that you have a fetish for watches, you must have these 4 styles in women watches. Check against our ist and check whether you have every one of   them.

1. Leather Band
female watches

This one is an immortal piece. Leather band watches are known for their perfect and easygoing look that fit a work environment. Truth be told, they are essential watch   that goes with anything. They can be worn by youthful and old alike. Leather bands are made because of usefulness. Components, for example, replaceable straps and waterproof dials make them more durable. There are multi-strap watches that let you blend and match your watch with your outfit. Ladies with bigger wrists can simply  settle on a bigger dial.  Along these lines, independent of the colour you pick, you ought to have no less than one leather strap watch in your closet.

2. Bracelet watches
female Bracelet watches

This style in women watches is extraordinary for a night out or a formal do. They run from dainty and fragile time tellers to intense and flashy plans. They are

intended to be worn as an adornments piece. They include metallic finishes (gold, silver, rose gold and platinum), gold and silver components and gem encrusted

dials. They are generally made by designer brands and are costly. These are those extravagance watches you can set aside for exceptional events.

A variation of the bracelet watch is the bangle watch that snaps around the wrist like a sleeve. A couple additionally have movable straps as ties.

3. Sports watches

female sport watches

Unlike the other Women watches specified in the list games watches emerge for the smooth lines and moderate configuration. They are made for rough use, for example, swimming, biking and trekking. They offer an abnormal state of water resistance. They gloat of various extra components, for example,  computerized shows, commencement clocks, calorie counters, date-books, heart rate monitors and the likes. Elastic and plastic are the normal materials used  for the packaging and straps of games watches. They are likewise made in brighter colours

4. Chronograph Watches

female Chronograph Watches

Ladies generally shy away far from chronographs trusting that it’s made for men and that it will look too big for their petite hands. A chronograph has a

presentation watch and stop watch joined. They look classy and proficient. You need to wear it once to feel what it looks like . You can likewise get coordinating chronograph watches for men and ladies.

Buying Ladies Watches

Here are a few tips on looking for women watches.

Select a suitable movement. Do you need a mechanical, quartz or computerized mechanism?

Consider the size and weight of the watch. Continuously wear the watch to choose what it would look like and feels on your hand.

In the event that your financial plan permits purchase, separate watches for different events.

For the those who set out to go bold, try different things with brilliant colours and chunky designs.

At last, adjust the look of the watch with its functionality


Amaechi’s Ministerial Confirmation: A Victory Over Forces Of Darkness – APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State has described today’s confirmation of the immediate past Governor of the State, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, as a Minister by the Senate as a victory over the forces of darkness.

“These dark forces as represented by Caretaker Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, went to absurd lengths in their plot to stop Amaechi from becoming a Minister but Almighty God has used President Muhammadu Buhari and the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to scatter their evil plans,” Rivers APC said in the statement signed by the Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya and issued Thursday in the State capital, Port Harcourt.

Dele Giwa’s Murder: Soyinka Replies Ex-Police DIG, Omeben

A former London Bureau chief of Newswatch, Kayode Soyinka, who was present when Dele Giwa, the co-founder of the magazine was bombed to death in 1986, has reacted to recent claims by a retired police investigator that Mr. Soyinka fled after the attack and was never questioned.
In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, published Monday, Chris Omeben, a retired Deputy Inspector General of Police, who was in charge of investigating the murder, said Mr. Soyinka was shielded from being quizzed.

Mr. Giwa was killed through a letter bomb while having breakfast with Mr. Soyinka in Lagos.
Mr. Omeben, now 80, said Mr. Soyinka was the principal suspect in the attack, and wondered how he survived the powerful blast when he was in the same room.
He said Mr. Soyinka apparently left the scene shortly before the explosion. Mr. Omeben subtly faulted widespread accusations against the then military regime of Ibrahim Babangida, which many blame for the killing.

AU To Honor Tinubu At AFRIMA 2015

Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu is to be specially honoured with the prestigious award as “Pillar of Art and Culture in Africa” by the African Union Commission (AUC) at the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA 2015, scheduled to hold on Sunday, November 15, 2015 at Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. The International Committee of
AFRIMA made this known in Lagos during the ceremony of revealing the activities of the award ceremony.

Nigeria Economy Collapsing Gradually, CSOs Tell Buhari

ABUJA – A coalition of over 60 Civil Society Organisations, CSOs, in Nigeria, yesterday, decried what they termed “steady and continuous decline of the Nigerian economy” under the watch of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The groups, at a strategy meeting they held in Abuja yesterday under the aegis of Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room, said there was urgent need for President Buhari to evolve a sustainable economic plan that will attract foreign investors into the country.
The leader of the coalition and Executive Director of Policy and Legal Advocacy Center, PLAC, Mr. Clement Nwankwo, in his opening remarks, said the “dwindling economic fortunes of Nigeria” could be a function of the inability of President Buhari to appoint his Ministers six months after he assumed office.

Sanusi: Why Terrorism May be Difficult To Wipe Out as Military recovers NATO weapons in Boko harm hideout.

“Troops also recovered arms and ammunitions during the raid. These included a general purpose machine gun and 2 Dane guns, 150 rounds of 7.62mm (NATO), 6 boxes of 7.62mm (NATO) and 3 cutlasses.”

Military rescues 338 abductees, declares Shekau, 99 Boko Haram members wanted
Vigilantes: Insurgents still occupy Sambisa forest
The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammad Sanusi (II), wednesday cautioned that it would be pretty difficult to totally stamp out terrorism in the country where poverty, ignorance, lack of education, corruption and injustice which fuel terrorism are pervasive.
The emir, who was represented by a retired Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) and the Katakan of Kano and District Head of Albasu, Alhaji Bashir Albasu, made the remark at an international security workshop in Abuja.

I Will Build On Jega’s Record, Says New INEC Chair

Mahmood Yakubu, new chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), says he will not experiment with reforms at the commission, but consolidate on the reforms implemented by Attahiru Jega.
Speaking on Thursday during his screening at the senate, Yakubu said much had been achieved since the last general election.
He promised to firm up the electoral process and not to be intimidated into doing what is not proper.
“The success of any election depends on the ability of the commission to organise and arrange properly in advance,” he said.

PDP senators in anger, stage walkout as Saraki confirms Amaechi 

The Senate on Thursday confirmed the nomination of a former governor of Rivers State, Chibuike Amaechi, as minister, amidst protest by senators of the Peoples Democratic Party. It also confirmed the nomination of 17 others. They are Adebayo Shittu, Kadjiat Abba Ibrahim, Heineken Lokpobiri, Claidius Omoyele Daramola, Baba Shehuri Mustapha, James Ocholi, Isaac Folorunsho Adewole, Bawa Bwari, Geoffrey Onyeama and Zainab Ahmed.  Others are Masur Mohammed Danladi, Usani Uguru, Okechukwu Elemanah, Anthony Anwuka, Mohammed Musa Bello, Adamu Adamu and Aisha Abubakar. The confirmation was done by senators of the All Progressives Congress alone as their PDP counterparts staged a walkout in protest.  The senate had earlier dissolved into a closed-door session to discuss the issue of confirmation of the ministers.


Non-tolerant Estonia: Locals Send "Black" NATO Officers Back to Nigeria

A new racial scandal seems to be brewing in Estonia where “black” NATO officers complain of being insulted by locals demanding they “go back to Nigeria.”

The incidents have been reported by Chief of Staff of Estonian Air Force, Colonel Jaak Tarien, on his Facebook page, where he said that he was “embarrassed and ashamed” of the behavior of his countrymen.

A number of NATO officers are currently on a joint training mission in the city of Tapa “to reassure NATO allies and partners of America’s dedication to ensuring peace and stability in the region.”

Tarien watched a training exercise on Wednesday involving US A-10 jets and troops from Estonia, the United States and Germany, at a training range in the city of Tapa.

He asked the US troops how they were feeling in Estonia, receiving an answer that the country is beautiful, Estonians are proud of their nation, buildings are well maintained and the streets are clean. The only complaint is that some are being treated badly when venturing outside of the barracks for some rest, even though they are there on a mission to help and support their country.

Scramble for the Baltics: Main NATO Members Seek Own National Interests Under Disguise of Protecting Region From Russians

“I asked for more details and I received information that those allies, who have slightly different skin complexions to the locals, often have to endure verbal and sometimes also physical attacks in Tallinn,” Tarien said.

“I could have beautifully explained this disgrace by using typical excuses of our recent difficult past… but I was not in the mood to do so. I said that I, as an Estonian, am ashamed that such things are happening in our country. My colleague answered that he is ashamed that similar things are happening around the world. Even though he wanted to soften the situation with his remark, he made me feel even worse,” Tarien added.

In a well-written sarcastic manner, Estonian journalist Vladimir Barsegyan described how people in the Baltic States “welcomed” the deployment of a British military contingent earlier this week.

He also said that a blind hatred towards strangers is turning Estonia into a weak and isolated country. And unprovoked attacks on people who are quietly standing at the entrance to a hotel or any cries of “go back to Nigeria” to a quiet group dining in a restaurant are attacks on people who have come to defend the independence of their country.

“If necessary, they are ready to give up their lives for our freedom. And what about you, petty “patriotic” racist, are you ready to give up that much for our country?” questioned Tarien furiously.




Three new cases of Ebola reported in Guinea

According to a senior health official in Guinea who spoke yesterday Wednesday, October 28, three more people have been infected with the Ebola virus. According to Fode Tass Sylla, spokesman for the national centre for the fight against Ebola, the three were infected in Forecariah in western Guinea from the family of a woman who died of Ebola and whose body was handled without appropriate protection. "In all, nine sick people are being treated at our centres throughout the country and most are connected to the dead woman," he told Reuters, adding that authorities had known of the three fresh cases since Saturday.

Sen. GNS Pwajok, Plateau state's Gubernatorial aspirant passes on.

Senator Gyang Nyam Pwajok, the Plateau State PDP gubernatorial applicant in the last election has passed on. He kicked the bucket at the beginning of today in India after a fight with kidney sickness.  Pwajok battled a nearby fight in the April governorship race, losing to the inevitable victor and now governor, Simon Lalong. Olisa Metuh has confirmed his passing! Sun re O !

Senate screens INEC Commissioner nominees, Soyebi Adedeji

The senate has screened INEC Commissioner candidate Soyebi Adedeji. He was appointed by the Council of State on October 21st. Amid his presentation, Soyebi talked on the favorable circumstances and weaknesses of E-voting. He focused on that there is no election that is impeccable on the planet. The INEC Commissioner candidate talked on the requirement for a few adjustments in the utilization of card readers and in addition the requirement for preparing and re-preparing of their staff.

Bring Back Our Girls member, Elvis Iyorngurum, buried (Pic)

Members from the Bring Back Our Girls Group yesterday October 28th went to the burial service of one of their members, late Elvis Iyorngurum, who passed on fourteenth October, 2015, at Benue State University Teaching Hospital, Makurdi. Sun re ok !! Ase
More pics bellow.

INEC Commissioner nominee Mohammed Mustafa screened By the Senate

The senate has screened the INEC commissioner nominee one Mohammed Mustafa from Edo state. He is firmly included in Civil Society Movement. He is assigned to represent the South-South.

Mustapha talked on the Millenium Development Goals and how Nigeria is functioning towards accomplishing the objectives particular to the nation. He called for the continued utilization of card readers in elections. He was asked to take a bow and go.

Senate screens INEC Commissioner nominee Amina Zakari

The senate has screened INEC Commissioner candidate, Amina Zakari who up to this point was the acting Chairman of INEC. She is expected to be the INEC Commissioner for the North East. Zaraki talked on the requirement for the introduction of technology to improve efficiency and transparency in the electoral process.

Supreme Court upholds election of Imo governor, Rochas Okorocha

The Supreme Court has upheld the election of Rochas Okorocha as the Imo State governor. At a ruling this morning, the apex court dismissed the appeal filed by the PDP candidate, Emeka Ihedioha, challenging the election of Okorocha during the April 14th election. The court said the appeal lacked merit and consequently threw it away. 

Itsekiri Nation Disowns Calls For Creation Of Biafra Republic

WARRI—THE Itsekiri ethnic nationality of Warri, Delta State, has dissociated itself from the calls for creation of a Biafra Republic out of Nigeria as being drummed by some Igbo interest groups in the South-East.

The Itsekiri Leaders of Thought, ILT, expressed the group’s concern over the Igbo agitation yesterday in a statement by its Chairman, Pa Johnson Ayomike and Secretary, Edward Ekpoko.

The body is disturbed that the proposed Biafra Republic as widely reported in the social media includes the whole of Delta State.

The statement stressed: “We recall with pains the day the defunct Biafran Army invaded Warri and Benin in the then Midwest Region on August 9, 1967. Never again will the Itsekiri tolerate such invasion. The Itsekiri nation is committed to the unity of Nigeria and will do all it can to promote and protect it as one indivisible country. As Major General Philip Effiong said on January 14 1970, the Republic of Biafra ceased to exist. We, the Itsekiri, wish it to be eternally so for the peace and development of our great nation.”


Educating Herdsmen Without Policy Change Is Pointless –Falae

A former Secretary to the Federal Government, Chief Olu Falae, says the education of the Fulani herdsmen without a policy that will compel them to raise their cattle in ranches permanently is pointless.

Falae was reacting to a comment by a former Governor of Kano State, Rabiu Kwankwaso, who attributed the problems of the Fulani herdsmen to lack of education.
Kwankwaso had said that the clamour for the exit of the Fulani herdsmen from Yorubaland betrayed the spirit of unity in the country.

Jonathan Would’ve Been Reelected If He Were From North Or S’West -Osuntokun

FORMER Political Adviser to for­mer president Olusegun Obasanjo, Mr. Akin Osuntokun believes the country must be restructured if it is to move forward. He also spoke on the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, former President Goodluck Jonathan and what the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) must do.
The screening of ministerial nominees have been going on with some controversies, are you satisfied with the way it has gone?
I can’t find any conspicuous flaw in the process of screening the nominees, but in any case, you know that time is of essence, the nation has waited long enough for the formation of the federal execu­tive council . I don’t think there are contentious issues as such for any of the nominees except for the former governor of Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo Visits New Ooni Of Ife, Pays Homage


Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Wednesday visited the new Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Ogunwusi at Ile-Ife. Mr. Obasanjo went by and homage pretty much as the new king was presented to his the people.  A aide of the previous president revealed to us that Mr. Obasanjo had to visit Mr. Ogunwusi on Wednesday in light of the fact that he had an abroad excursion booked for Thursday.  Amid the visit, Mr. Obasanjo congratulated the new Ooni of Ife, and wished him well as he mounted the throne of his ancestors.


Gowon: Jonathan, Jega Saved Nigeria From Collapse

Former military Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (rtd), has stated that the duo of President Goodluck Jonathan and former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Attahiru Jega, through their actions during and after the last general election saved the country from imminent collapse.

Treating Minor Ailments Abroad Shameful – Jega

A former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof. Attahiru Jega, has described as ‘shameful,’ the travelling of Nigerians to foreign countries to receive treatment for ailments that should have been handled in the country.