Showing posts from January, 2015



Prolific Sunday People: Meet the Indian -Nigerian merchant of Luxury Meals


There is only one difference between a long life and a good dinner: that, in the dinner, the sweets come last.-Robert Louis Stevenson

The art of eating out is no doubt one of the classiest side of life, after hard work, a man must once in while eat out in elegant settings

For Luxury is anything that feels special. I mean, it can be a moment, it can be a walk on the beach, it could be a kiss from your child, or it could be a beautiful picture frame, a special fragrance. I think luxury doesn't necessarily have to mean expensive.

When the urge to have such luxury comes ,it must be done is luxury venue of panache, and one of such people bringing luxury to art of dining out is non other than Indian  based Nigeria lady, Hamisha  Daryani-Ahuja. The CEO / Managing Director  of the exclusive up market 7th Heaven Bistro Ltd just by intercontinental hotel,lagos.World industry Leaders magazine,

was there for a function and spoke to her in brief chat

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There is only one difference between a long life and a good dinner: that, in the dinner, the sweets come last.-Robert Louis Stevenson

For best of yyour dinner and lunch date come to 7th heaven bistro
273 kofo abayomi street, Victoria island, Lagos, after intercontinental hotel.



Apostle Joseph Agboli's wife, Blessing hit the nail of strength of Charity

One of the most  outspoken women of God in the country, Pastor  Blessing Agboli, wife of Victorious Army General overseer, Apostle Joe Agboli is calling on Christians all over thtoe world to take a deeper look at their lives and and how God have blessed them in a bid to give more back into the lives of charity and less privileged

Speaking this morning, the flamboyant but most thorough speaker and philanthropist opined: " It is most pathetic, what many want to do today is take the mic and preach from the pulpit, or politicians wanting to lead

'' In truth we are tired of that, we have seen enough of that, what we want now is  people turning into charity and caretakers of  poor and the needy,  we must  retrace our steps to the good samaritan days and see how we can collevtively save the mammoth needy in our midst to enjoy blessings of  God'' she posited .
- By Young chief, Cerutti Osagie @ victoriouse Army. 18 Jan 2015

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Use Daily Positive Affirmations

Every thought you think every word you say is an affirmation. All of our self-talk or inner dialogue is a stream of affirmations. We are continually affirming subconsciously with our words and thoughts and this flow of affirmations is creating our life experience in every moment.

That voice you always hear inside and you think it is you talking those are all affirmations and they are very powerful.Affirm It Now all of know that the internal voice within every one of use had both positive and negative sides. The positive side is the one we need to concentrate on and empower it to eliminate the negative one. It is kind of brainwashing the negative only to leave the positive voice in your mind. Many people ask if these affirmations work and how they work and even how fast they impact our lives.

 Affirmations do work and especially the ones that you mostly like, there are certain statements that you say in your mind that make you feel good and empowered tho…

Glo-Caf Award:Will Nigerians Soccer 'nemesis' Yaya  Toure stop Enyeama from making history?

GLo- CAF Award

A Cerutti Media (sports-Bliss) special report

This  may end up as yet another dark night for   Nigerians die hard soccer  lovers  expecting their team captain to take home the prestigious  African footballer of the year.

According  to a ZEENees of London  latest reports, Manchester City`s Yaya Toure is on course to win a record fourth straight African Player of the Year Award  in Lagos, today.

Cameroon striker Samuel Eto`o has also won the Confederation of African Football award four times. But Toure will be the first to get the trophy four years in a row.

The Ivory Coast skipper is up against Nigeria captain Vincent Enyeama and Gabon star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for the biggest individual accolade in African football.

"Nigerians would want Vincent to win the award, but it will be Yaya Toure again," predicted former Nigeria international Jonathan Akpoborie.

"Yaya has been fantastic all through the year winning the English Premier League title w…