Friday, 20 January 2017

COMMERCIAL ADVERTORAL- OLAMIDE OLAPADE, STUNNING YOUNG CEO OF LAMMIE’S BEAUTY WORLD SPEAKS ON HER BEAUTY PASSION





The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. Audrey Hepburn

Princess   Olamide Olapade,the young CEO of  Lammie's Plaze - 360 Beauty  has spoken on what motivated to beauty world and her mission in her cherish t calling
The lady is out to make women look more pretty and stunning told us that “Lammie's Plaze - 360 Beauty is a Premier Sanctuary for Beauty, Facials and Hair Treatment in Lagos Nigeria. Our well designed Beauty Salon in the heart of Ijegun, Lagos Nigeria, offers you Professional Haircuts, Hair Care, Hair Removal, Facials, Manicure/Pedicure Services, Bridal Make-Up, Party Make-Up and Photo-Shooting Make-Up amongst other services.

We are a trendy hair salon and dedicated to providing our customers with the best care. Our professional team of Stylist has more than 2 years of experience and extensive training. We strive to keep the members of our staff up to date on the changing styles and classics. We offer hair care for both men and women, regardless of what styles they like the most.
We also proffer a variety of different treatments including, moisture and scalp treatment. If a special occasion is coming up in your calendar let us do your hair so that you can attend the event entirely refreshed. We are committed to making your days hassle free and extremely pleasant. You needn’t worry about your hair; allow our professionals the privilege of doing your hair for you.
We invite you to enjoy our gifted team that is passionate about providing you a rewarding, pampered and restful experience 

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MEET POLICE ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER ABA KYARI WHO SAID NO TO POVERTY AND PAID HIS WAY TO UNIVERSITY DIVING OKADA





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Great American writer cum entrepreneur and bridge builder between poor and rich, Quniton Figueroa stated categorically in his article tagged: Poor people choose to be poor, that Poor people may be born poor, but they don't have to remain that way. They choose to remain poor.
He argued that Poor is a mentality. Just as rich is. People have the ability to be whatever they want to be, rich, poor, happy, unhappy, free, unfree, smart, stupid, etc. These are all choices that people have control over.
 But one man, among few great men in Africa who decided to make  a choice and paid his way to freedom from age 7 is the assistant commissioner police /crime buster per extraordinaire, Abba Kyari



HIS TORY FROM COMMERCIAL BIKE RIDING TO TOP POLICE OFFICER

Could every disappointment be a blessing in disguise? Could A.S.P Abba Kyari being born in a polygamous home with his mother leaving their home when he was just 7 a sort of blessing in disguise? In A Most Elaborate Interview. Kyari Stated Thus" Am not ashamed to talk of my past... all though my university I fend for myself "I went one day and asked the price of jamb form, bought it with money I saved from my okada bike riding and got the form. Sat for the exam and passed "my getting admission to university of yola did not make me dump the bike business. For if I did I told myself where will money come? My mum had left us and my dad had to large a family to contend with, so I kept driving the okada and saving the money. Most times I starved to be able to meet my tuition fee “As Faith will have it. I was able to plan my time very well. And anytime we have no lecture I kept myself busy taking passengers and even fellow student. I was proud of what place

Bread on My Table. helped me paid my school fees and event help meet some basic needs of my 3 younger siblings my mum left behind" Speaking On the time he created to read, Kyari Divulged That The Early Life Style He Created To Study Has Finally Paid Off For Him Today Hear Him “it is now my life style.. It has paid off for me. I never joked with middle of night study AND I love the quote “Sometimes there is no darker place than our thoughts, the moonless midnight of the mind, by Dean Koontz

 So when others sleep at night. I study, it is now my lifestyle to do my police service job in the ungodly hours of the night when many sleep


FOOTNOTE

 KEY LESSON ON ABBA KYARI UPBRINGING AND HOW IT CAN HELP

Quniton Figueroa, expert in why the poor are poor, has this to say...If you want to stop being poor you need to take control of your own life and learn self-responsibility. This is the way you become a real human being capable of exploring and expressing their own individual value to the world. And this doesn't happen with rich people any more than it does poor people.

Poor people are no more victims to bad education than rich people. In fact, poor people generally have an advantage because they aren't brainwashed and sucked into the BS school system like most middle-class and "rich" people are. Poor people are closer to being outsiders of the system than most other people. And because of this poor people have the ability to create value outside of the conventional system which is designed to keep you from creating value.

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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Sports’ Great Brand(SERIES) PAUL POGBA: A PERFECT LIVING EXAMPLE OF BEAUTIFUL BRAND WHO FOLLOWS HIS HEART




He is not only one of the most favored and expensive players in the world. He is also one of the most spiritual Manchester United "beautiful Bride" Paul Pogba, unknown to many is most spiritual and before every match. he takes few minutes to pray to God in the field of play I love that but beyond his passion for the almighty, we can also learn something of great importance from the French jewel and that is the vital art of following our heart in life 

At Last Paul Pogba Has Claimed that he turned down the chance to join Barcelona \ Real Madrid In Favor Of Manchester United Simply Because he wanted to follow his heart...

How often do we follow our heart? Hera this inspiring talk from Pogba “I came here because I have targets, it’s a big challenge for me,” Pogba told SFR Sport. “I could have also gone to Real Madrid or Barcelona, they were interested. I chose to return, because I had that in my heart. It was my feeling that brought me here.

“I want to win with Manchester United; I’ve never won with them. I had always said that I would return — I didn’t know when — because it’s a club that I like a lot.”
Pogba left United originally in search of regular playing time, famously rejecting Sir Alex Ferguson’s offer of a new contract to make his name at Juventus. He played for four years with the Italian champions before rejoining United, and now he says he’s back because he wants to win trophies.


United brought Pogba back to the fold for a world record fee of €105 million (£89.3m, $116.4m), but Pogba says he turned down offers from world soccer’s two biggest clubs because of a feeling in his heart.


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HIS SECOND RETURN




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GLOBALLY RATED CULTURAL AFFICIONADO, FLORENCE BENJAMIN AKA “FLOXY BEE”SPEAKS PASSIONATELY ON HER TRADITIONS AND HOW MUSIC CAN BE USED TO RE-BRAND NIGERIA


“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots”- Marcus Garvey


A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. Marcus Garvey
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FLORENCE TRAUTMAN, famously known as ‘Floxy Bee’ across the world is endowed, talented and passionate about her love for Nigerian culture. She cherishes African cultural heritage greatly. Far away in many parts of Africa, she is an embodiment of Mariam Makeba’s style of cultural music. She loves Nigeria, dress Nigeria’s native attires wherever she goes.
She plays Hikosso, which literally translates a potpourri of African genres of music. When on stage, she sings in Yoruba dialect, one of Nigeria’s major ethnic languages with resonatic rhythm of percussion, ‘bata’, konga, drums , ‘gan-gan’ and other African music instruments supplying true Nigerian melody to her stage choreography. Floxy Bee is respected and loved greatly around the world.

 In this Exclusive Interview, this Modakeke born music diva from Ife, Osun States takes CERUTTI MEDIA CEO, CHIEF MIKE CERUTTI OSAGIE  through why she is still being celebrated worldwide as Nigeria’s Cultural Music Ambassador, how she has been representing African culture in most global circles, true meaning of Yeye Asa of The Source, her Citations, Several World Music Awards; how she was bestowed Honorary Doctorate Degree from All Saints University in Boston, her Nostalgic music show in Harlem’s Legendary Apollo Theater, America, her Clothing Line and
other issues.

Q: How will you describe your Hikosso brand of music?
A: To describe my music in one word, Hikosso means variety: a potpourri of African genres of Music, consisting of Highlife, Makossa, Soukous, Jazz, Afrobeat, to mention a few. All of the above are called Hikosso!
Q: How come you render your songs in Yoruba dialect being one of Nigeria’s major ethnic languages?
A: l render my songs flawlessly in Yoruba because l am a Yoruba Woman.
Q: How do you derive inner satisfaction playing your brand of music?
A: I love what l do and l have fun doing it. It gives me a great pleasure that l can share my music with the world.
Q: Can you take us through some evergreen music shows you will never forget?
A: I have had many memorable big shows. The biggest thrill l had was when l performed at Harlem’s Legendary Apollo theater where virtually every major black artists had been before, that made me feel that Hikosso Music had arrived in America.
Q: Why do you always dress in Nigeria’s native outfits?
A: I dress in my native attire because I am comfortable in it and l have been a Cultural ambassador of Nigeria.

Q: What led to your stage name ‘Floxy Bee’?
A: My Baptismal name is Florence Benjamin hence Floxybee. In retrospect, as I have become a representative of African Culture l might have been better served if l had used my African name Oluwatoyin, however there’s only one Floxybee, since Floxybee is a global brand.
Q: Can you take us through your been bestowed Yeye Asa of The Source (Mother of The Source)?
A: The Adagba 1 Oba Bolu Fatunmise is from Ile-Ife Iyanfoworogi, a great artist himself, deemed it fit to bestow upon me the title “Yeye Asa” meaning Mother of the Source due to my contributions to the spread of African Music and Culture in the Diaspora. It was in recognition that l was not polluted by other (alien) cultures but standing true to my roots.
Q:Tell us about your Honorary Doctorate award and how Music can be used to Re-brand Nigeria

A: I have an honorary Doctorate degree from All Saints University, citations from the city of Boston and Newark, Several World Music Awards and l am the holder of Yeye Asa of The Source, a Yoruba Chieftaincy title.Music  can be used to re brand Nigeria by bringing world attention to our kind of music,music was used to re brand Senegal, Congo DRC,even Benin Republic Cotonou, Angelic
Kidjo was motivated and  she used music to re brand her Country,I think our president Muhammed
Buhari can do more by supporting music that can advance cause and essence of Nigeria
Q: How come your music harp on moral decadence and lawlessness in Nigeria and Africa?
A:Our Music reminds people of our rich and unique cultural traditions. Historically, our culture as had important influence in the Diaspora. Most societies have lost their way, sometimes the way forward means going back. Going back also means going back to our values, as in respect for our elders, our environment and the unity of the family.
THANKS YOU SO MUCH FLOXY BEE

You are welcome King Cerutti