Wednesday, 17 January 2018

SPECIAL LUXURY IN HOTEL PROMO -MEET CHIEF ALEX ADOGHE: The Boutique Hotel CEO who wins big by America's "Give back to clients" Philosophy



Good Give Back time @ Noah Ark Hotels, Lekki 1 ,Lagos
* Pay one night
* Get one night free
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Its cold
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THE Immaculate Noah ark Hotel, located
in the commercial nerve centre of Nigeria-
Lekkk 1 Lagos, a chic boutique hotel that
prides itself as one of the neatest hotel
around, is currently basking in the euphoria of her special season bazaar
Only last night, the Managing Director/CEO of the all white hotel, high Chief Alex
Adoghe granted CERUTTI MEDIA, LUXURY UNIT and
confirmed the special offer (just like bazaar) his hotel is offering, and true to his stand, we can
reveal that the hotel, unlike most hotels in Africa that often reneged on their words, have not
cease their summer bazaar package
Under the arrangement, all you have to do is to pay for one night at NOAH ARK and
you are entitled to get one night free, in the serene hotel in the highbrow section of
Lagos, Nigeria, Lekki 1
“ We use the America style to give back to our respected and loyal clienteles- this is give back time to our clients, we
want to show them how much we care,
including our mammoth corporate clients,
that often come here demanding bulk
booking, whoever you are, all you need to
do is book one night and you get one free”
Chief Adoghe confirmed

π Noah Ark is reputed for her trademark in excellence namely in areas of security,
neatness, decent food service, customer care relationship and the tour guard they provide with security for their discerning
elite local/foreign guest
...Enjoy the good life, after good work √

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*CHARITY MINDED, ATONTE DIETE-SPIFF SPEAKS FAITH IN CONFIDENTIAL LETTER TO PMB... Says "Yusuf will bounce back stronger"

"IF WE FAIL IN OUR DAYS OF ADVERSITY, OUR FAITH IS SMALL "-King David 



  "Yusuf will bounce back stronger"

Distinguish Atonte Diete-Spiff is full of faith backed by prayers that Yusuf Buhari, son of Nigeria's head of state President Muhammad Buhari will soon bounce out of the sick bed

In a most emotional confidential letter addressed to the president and the first family, Diete-Spiff spoke in pure undiluted faith

" Mr President your son will survive. He is not alone... For others like me have been where is is now- for the most part: unconscious of our surroundings, and quite limited by temporary amnesia. But we live today to testify the goodness of God




"Mr President, your son will live also to testify of the goodness of God- how his mercies never fail. All is well with our little brother and we are praying for him for the amnesia is good.. As it is God's own deliberate design to spare any remembrance of trauma we experienced

" Yusuf will rise very soon to join the league of. Survivors of brain injury. Survivors who not only survived but did more than just survive, thanks to God Almighty, we survived to live a full and normal life with no disabilities

" He too will survive to live a full and normal life with no disabilities, because like is, your son Yusuf has been chosen for purpose. He was born with a very important destiny.. And this cannot be truncated

" Yusuf will fulfill that destiny which God himself designed for him with such love and precision and we are with you and your family.. We remain watchful in prayer on your son's behalf "

* By
Atonte Diete-Spiff

Thursday, 11 January 2018

Benue pogrom: Dancing on victims' graves


Dancing on victims' graves 
By Louis Odion, FNGE 

As the nation groped in fuel darkness during the Yuletide season, the Nobel laureate's distraught words perhaps best described the shame and tragedy of it all. The authorities in Abuja would rather indulge in the profanity of buck-passing, lamented Professor Wole Soyinka.
That climate of shame would appear to have grown even more inclement and the midnight children of impunity more daring with the resumption of terror and bloodletting early in the new year by Fulani herdsmen. 
Citizen Peter Aboh had his dream of better life aborted eight months to graduation from the Federal University, Lafia. The final-year student of Microbiology was felled in his home in the midnight attack by rampaging herders. The twenty-seven-year-old was one of the ten gruesomely killed last weekend.
Sixty-one others - including old women and little children - were similarly wasted five days earlier in five Benue communities in apparent reprisal attack over the loss of nothing more than cows.
Being cowards themselves, the butchers stole in on their victims in their sleep, in their most vulnerable state.
Those silenced by booming AK-47 would even consider themselves oddly fortunate at the lightning speed of murder and therefore less abuse of their human dignity. A good many others suffered additional trauma of slow death by being hacked perhaps with primitive and blunt daggers, making the cruelty more intimate and the killing bestial.
Even as it haunts, truth also heals. But nothing would hurt the bereaved of Benue more than the peddling of callous lies or engaging in mischief despite the sobriety imposed by the dark ambience of the funeral parlor. Such distractive chatter only mocks the dead.
We saw that oddity in the allegation by Paul Unongo that Atiku Abubakar, as chief patron of the herders' fraternity - Miyetti Allah, was a key financier of the mass murder. A charge the former Vice President not only denied stoutly but added that his accuser, being Buhari's political appointee, was only out to impress his paymaster.
Then, the Northern Elders Forum of which Unongo is chair came out to lampoon him for dragging their corporate name into petty political squabble with Atiku. 
Soon, another publication, ostensibly cobbled together by Buhari sympathizers, surfaced online portraying even Goodluck Jonathan, the instinctive mariner, as a backer of increasingly controversial - if not notorious - Miyetti Allah. We were served a bromide of Miyetti letterhead certifying the former president a "grand patron".
With that, it is easy to discern an elaborate scheme by do-gooders who think they are championing Buhari's interest but in reality are only worsening things for him, to link several other high-profile political players to Miyetti possibly with a view to forcing a new narrative on the public that decouples Buhari as the only known "grand patron" of Miyetti Allah and therefore not the lone "accomplice" by association.
That nagging characterization undoubtedly sprouted from a long-standing affair with Miyetti that once led him to, even as former military head of state, unwisely accept to lead a herders' delegation to Ibadan in 2000 and famously read a bitter petition against then Governor Lam Adesina of Oyo to "stop maltreating my people".
Of course, that was ages ago.
Unfortunately, such tainted memory subliminally fills people with prejudice against Buhari even when he has the best of intentions. It is easy to understand why a Buhari, Atiku or Jonathan could have easily ended being garlanded as "patron" by Miyetti in the first place. Public office holders daily have to engage countless publics among which the herders count. 
True, no section of the law of the land forbids such liaison. However, there is one moral obligation Miyetti patrons like Buhari, Atiku and Jonathan owe the nation - finding the courage to condemn the wanton shedding of human blood to avenge the loss of cow. The culture of silence in high places is what emboldens them to kill more. Consider what will happen is the exclusive "body of patrons" jointly read the riot act to the blood-hounds to desist, failing which they will renounce their patronal affiliations in the first instance. 
Courage is ultimately required of those in position of influence never to hesitate in painting evil in its truly sepulchral colors. Such virtue would, for instance, have obliged PMB, a notable cattle farmer himself, not to feign ignorance in his New Year national broadcast over the emergency the herdsmen/farmers issue now clearly represents. This pestilence, let it be said, is today the starkest manifestation of a widespread threat to the peaceful coexistence of Nigeria's multi-ethnic union since the Civil War. 
In countless other communities across the nation, these migrant killer herders are similarly engaged in supremacy battles with the locals over the right of way and grazing rights.
The outcome is ugly. In my own community in Edo, Fulani herders routinely sack farmland and violate women as well with impunity. We are often consoled by complicit authorities to accept that the aggressors are aliens. The puzzle then: why is it still so difficult to round them up and accord them the treatment due the enemies of society. Truth stands on its own; it certainly requires no prosthetics. 
Surely, courage is needed to bring a murderer to justice, especially when they happen to be a relation. The Inspector General of Police needs it. Otherwise, he would not take liberty to term the Benue killings the consequence of a "communal clash" even when the leadership of Miyetti Allah are audacious enough to formally claim responsibility for the killings as "revenge" for cows stolen.
And Audu Ogbe, otherwise a good man and great communicator, also suddenly became tongued-tied, perhaps because of the strange company he today finds himself in Abuja. To the reports of a premeditated slaughter of his kith and kin Benue, all he could mutter was a plastic "extremely disturbing".
But Ogbe should have seen this coming when, against commonsense, the law of free enterprise and the spirit of natural justice, he found himself having to justify the importation of "special grass" at taxpayers' expense to feed the now sacred cows belonging to private individuals. 
Courage is also needed to make Miyetti Allah submit to the law of the land and respect the cultural sensibilities of states like Benue and Taraba which have enacted anti-open grazing law. It is a reflection of insufferable outlawry for the herders to openly vow they would defy the law. They ought to realize that their commercial right to breed cows does not exclude others from living in peace in their ancestral lands. 
Looking ahead, courage is certainly required to sustain the enlightenment to make Miyetti Allah accept ranching as the most sustainable solution to the herders/farmers clash consistent with global best practices. It bespeaks poor reasoning to continue to cling tenaciously to an antiquated notion when science and technology already unlocked the door to infinite possibilities. Or to insist there is no alternative to the primitivity of herding cattle from the dizzying height of Futa Jalon to the swamps of Niger Delta, fattening on the crumbs of ignorance as it were. That amounts to cruelty to the animals themselves. 
Prosperous Denmark readily offers an inspiration. Agriculture - of which dairy industry constitutes a significant portion - accounts for 20 percent of her export. Their cows are ranched, not herded all over Europe. Controlled atmosphere that a ranch provides ensures farmers are able to expose their herd to modern techniques to maximize yield. Little wonder the country is ranked the happiest nation on the planet.
With estimated population of 22m, Nigeria's cattle stock represents a significant two percent of the world's total. With her own 22m dairy cows, Brazil accounts for 8.7 percent of world milk production. Since ours ranked among those yoked needlessly, Nigeria is hardly featured among countries with the elite 274m dairy cows dedicated solely to milk production. 
Why are we unable to borrow from models that work?

BIG STAGE SET FOR WCF, GENEVA 2018

 2018 EDITION
All set for WCF Global communications Forum in Geneva
Communications Experts, Top Managers, and Local Market Leaders, among
others will be identifying the power of communication and its influence on
the modern world at the 2018 World Communications Forum (WCF) scheduled to
take place at Geneva, Switzerland between March 21st and 22nd.
The forum will analyze critically the power that goes hand by hand with
the future development of the society in many ways, from technical
improvements to advocacy of human rights. The two days plenary sessions
will be packed with hot discussions on the Power of Communication and
Young Leadership Power, Country Branding, Agenda 2049 and Global Health
Promotions, Media for All, Social Media Influencers, the Future of
Learning, amongst others.
Outstanding communication stories and cases of 2017 will be awarded the
C4F awards during the forum. Last year, professionals from about 12
countries were awarded with the C4F, and they include; USA, UK, Brazil,
Nigeria, Kazakhstan, India, Italy, Russia, Austria, Ukraine, Armenia, and
Germany. This year, professionals will also be awarded based on merits.
C4F awards was founded seven (7) years ago with the aim of recognizing
remarkable individual communicators and/or companies with a creative
professional approach and unique vision of the future of the world
development. Individuals will be awarded with certain awards such as, the
Grand Davos Award, Titan of the Future, Image of the Future, Talent of the
future, and Relations of the future; while Corporates will be awarded with
Education of the future awards, City of the Future, Pro Bono of the
future, Community of the Future, Reputation of the future, Branding of the
future, and Anti-crisis of the future.
The President, Founder and Content Director of the World Communications
Association, Yanina Dubeykovskaya, reiterates, “In 2017 it became obvious
that the communication industry has finally changed. There no longer
exists any traditional corporate PR. New industries such as social media
management and virtual reality finally shaped into separate markets.
However, talent, creativity and relationships – in their traditional sense
– have acquired a complementary value. Forum’2018 will discuss exactly
this new structure of markets and the required new profile of the
communicator as a professional.”
To make the event a memorable and eventful one, intelligent and highly
respected professionals will be speakers at the event, some of which are
Mr Paul Holmes, Founder and CEO of The Holmes Report and the SABRE awards,
Dr. Jon-Hans Coetzer , Chief Academic Officer at EU Business School Group,
Sean Gardner, Co-Founder of the pioneering Huffington Post "Twitter
Powerhouses Series", Deborah Grayson Riegel , Director of Learning at Boda
Group and author of the book "Tips of the Tongue", and many other leading
experts.
Some of the partners of the event includes: EU Business School
(Switzerland), JSP Communications (Nigeria), Don Valley (South Africa),
Kaiser Communications (Germany), RADA Research & PR (Egypt), Ideal H+K
Strategies (Brazil), Communications Korea(South Korea), Africa
Communications Week, C.Moore Media (USA), and Village Ventures
International (Kenya).
World Communications Forum (WCF) is an annual event which commenced in the
year 2010. It has successfully organized eight (8) editions, with 42%
Agency Managers, 32% Corp Comm Heads, 11% University Reps and 10% Gov
Reps, 5% media, 63 countries so far present, 343 speakers, 248
presentations, 190+ consultancies, 128+ companies, 138+ partners , 19 Gov
units, 28 international orgs, 29 educational institutions, 51 media
partners, 79 panel discussions, 37 keynotes, 140 videos, 37 personal + 19
corporate C4F awards, 30 case studies, 9 training classes, 14 regional
forums , and 5 projects of the WCFA association.

Friday, 5 January 2018

Young Role Models Who Made it Amidst Odds, Speaks To Future Champions -Like YOU -MUDI Africa, says "Never you Accept defeat, I was once out rightly rejected "





" No one is born knowing how to manage money,
only ignorant people fail to learn "-HARV EKAR



In a charge to his words, which is now even uses as thesis in Harvard, Bill Walsh, the great coach of San Francisco 48ers Football team, once thundered

" In defeat you can make progress if you have confidence, patience, a plan and a time- table.

He was right, such was what front line craft act, Mudi Africa used to climb to the top

And as part of World Leaders advice to the youths, Mudi is now using his story to motivate youths

" Its evil to accept defeat as young man, I was defeated starting up but I refused to accept it" he recalls


" When made up my mind to venture fully into designing, I went to few big names like Maufechi, Vivid imagination and Latrix, and I saw brick wall, as I was out rightly rejected and got same story, I almost quit, until a friend advised

me not to quit but start small my own and express myself and creative process, today the rest is history"

So his advice today is simple " Don't quit over lack of big budget or lack of contact, start small, build trust and faith in your few clients and keep moving and keep promoting your talent and business,

surely you must get there, universe favours brave minds, but no matter what, don't quit " he concluded


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NEW YEAR ADVICE TO GLOBAL YOUTHS: "Today's younger Generation Should Embrace Agriculture MORE"-Says Eunice Efole


PROPERTY DEVELOPER EUNICE EFOLE SPEAKS. ..

® Global Youths Role Models Speaks To Future Champions..2018 Big Bonus

"Our Youths Must Not Look Down on Agriculture"
- Eunice Efole, Property Developer Offers you few life changing tips

The highly successful author of the " Millionaire Mind secret " Harv Ekar once postulated thus...

" No one is born knowing how to manage money, only ignorant people fail to learn "

He went further, " the poor people are usually focused on spending their money anyhow, while the rich people are focused on making, keeping and investing it, all three of which are good money habits "

Such can today be said of property developer, Eunice Efole who is proud owner of her business set up and comfortably berths in her modest lekki i " E Mansion "

A lot has no doubt been written on her of late, but as part of our massive World leaders role models advice for today's youths, we caught up with her and got this robust advice

" A lot has been said about the role of hard work, determination, focus etc in building a great future career

" But today I want to go unconventional and advice the youths that beyond all the available career opportunities today, in the new year, they must not fail to be agriculturally
minded. There is great and untapped opportunities in agriculture and one can hardly go wrong there. It is worth the while

" That aside, another good advice I have for the young ones is that they must be ready to stir their future with creative works and with good deeds, but above all these they must never fail to seek the face and hand of God at all times and must be spiritually enlightened for that is source of all great, long lasting blessings emanates from " she posited

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