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Saturday, 16 July 2022
Hello guys, it's been a heck of a busy period for me.
Sorry for the break in communication.
Today, July 16th, is my Birthday.💥💥💥
Well there are few people that can come around physically, so in order to be fair to those not around, I have decided to do a birthday giveaway.
So in commemoration of my birthday, I am giving away my most Downloaded Ebook on the internet titled REFORMAT YOUR HEAD Today for $1 (a $27 value).
Sounds crazy right?
Thank you for being a part of my life.
Dr Oronana (aka Dr E.O. Paul)
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Sunday, 3 July 2022
It doesn't matter how long it takes to get it done , what maters the most is "it was done ".
It doesn't matter who gets the first view at the top of the mountain what matters the most is "you got your view " i
It doesn't matter who gets married first what matters is you got married eventually .
It doesn't matter who got a child first sometimes the reason your child is delaying is because kings and queens don't just show up they come prepared .
The best things in life come in a complete package and it goes through a process which is Time. Time doesn't happen in a hurry . Waite for it and you shall see .
I pray that God gives us the ability to Wait for Him to make it happen in Jesus name . God has a plan ! [Source Pastor Austin Edeki, Author, & Life Coach, Canada]
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Thursday, 10 May 2018
A lot things are going on these days our digital world. From trackers to hackers, all kinds of ways are being used to monitor people or sim number and this keeps tab on your conversations.
One of the easiest ways to track you is through your own phone. How is this possible you may ask. Very simple, a tracking code could be linked to your phone or sim and this is used to monitor your conversations.
HOW TO KNOW IF YOUR PHONE/SIM IS BEING MONITORED
*Please dial *#61# on your phone to know if your phone number(s)/line(s) is(are) being monitored!
When you dial the code (*#61#), it will show either line forwarded or not forwarded.
If it shows *call forwarded*; that confirms that your phone number/line is being monitored!
If it shows *Not forwarded* it means you are safe.
If it is forwarded pls dial ##21# to remove the "monitoring device" from that phone number/line! Then, no Secret security agent or hacker can ever monitor your line again.
We are not under military government or in a police state.
Please do this for ALL your phone numbers/lines! That means that if you have a multi Sim phone, do it for each of the lines.
All the best
Wednesday, 2 May 2018
Are you interested in lecturing in the university? Or do you know someone who might be?
The Federal University Lafia, Nasarawa State, invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the following under listed positions below:
1.) Assistant Lecturer (Geology)
2.) Assistant Lecturer (Science Laboratory Technology)
3.) Assistant Lecturer (Psychology)
4.) Assistant Lecturer (Mass Communication)
5.) Assistant Lecturer (Geography)
6.) Assistant Lecturer (Epidemiology and Community Medicine)
7.) Assistant Lecturer (Human Anatomy)
8.) Assistant Lecturer (Medical Laboratory Science)
9.) Assistant Lecturer (Human Physiology)
10.) Assistant Lecturer (Medical Biochemistry)
11.) Assistant Lecturer (Christian Religious Studies)
12.) Assistant Lecturer (Islamic Studies)
13.) Assistant Lecturer (Modern Languages)
14.) Assistant Lecturer (Philosophy)
15.) Assistant Lecturer (Business Education)
16.) Assistant Lecturer (Science Education)
17.) Assistant Lecturer (Special Education)
18.) Assistant Lecturer (Library and Information Science)
19.) Assistant Lecturer (Computer Science)
20.) Assistant Lecturer (Statistics)
21.) Assistant Lecturer (Nigerian Languages)
22.) Lecturer II (Science Education)
23.) Lecturer II (Special Education)
24.) Lecturer II (Library and Information Science)
25.) Lecturer II (Modern Languages)
26.) Lecturer II (Philosophy)
27.) Lecturer II (Islamic Studies)
28.) Lecturer II (Christian Religious Studies)
29.) Lecturer II (Nigerian Languages)
30.) Lecturer II (Business Education)
31.) Lecturer II (Geology)
32.) Lecturer II (Computer Science)
33.) Lecturer II (Geography)
34.) Lecturer II (Mass Communication)
35.) Lecturer II (Psychology)
36.) Lecturer II (Human Physiology)
37.) Lecturer II (Medical Laboratory Science)
38.) Lecturer II (Human Anatomy)
39.) Lecturer II (Epidemiology and Community Medicine)
40.) Lecturer II (Medical Biochemistry)
41.) Lecturer I (Medical Laboratory Science)
42.) Lecturer I (Computer Science)
43.) Lecturer I (Geology)
44.) Lecturer I (Science Laboratory Technology)
45.) Lecturer I (Statistics)
46.) Lecturer I (Geography)
47.) Lecturer I (Psychology)
48.) Lecturer I (Mass Communication)
49.) Lecturer II (Statistics)
50.) Lecturer II (Science Laboratory Science)
Application Closing Date
16th May, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should forward ten (10) word processed Applications and photocopies of detailed Curriculum Vitae with copies of Credentials addressed to:
Federal University Lafia,
The Curriculum Vitae should be in the following format:
Full Name (Surname first in capital letters);
Place and Date of Birth;
State of Origin and Local Government Area;
Permanent Home Address;
Present Postal Address/GSM Number/E-mail Address;
Number and Ages of Children (if any);
Educational Institution Attended with Dates;
Academic and Professional Qualifications Obtained with Dates; (enclose photocopies of certificates)
Working Experience including full details of former and present Post(s) including Community Service where applicable;
List of Publications where applicable;
Extra Curricular Activities;
Position Applied for;
Names and Addresses of three (3) Referees;
NYSC Certificate/Discharge or Exemption certificate;
Any other relevant information.
Candidates should also request their referees to send reports on them under separate confidential cover directly to the "Registrar" via the address above.
Monday, 13 November 2017
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Wednesday, 1 November 2017
How important is self-belief and People-belief to your life? The truth is, it makes a world of difference.
Believe in yourself, believe in others too.
What you give to others has a way of coming back to you
Listen and learn more from today's podcast here
Monday, 30 October 2017
Do you a new tactics that kidnappers have deviced? Read this story and be wise.
This is a true story, pls read to the end.
My colleagues husband is in police custody as we speak.
What was his crime?
He is being accused of conniving with KIDNAPPERS or of being a KIDNAPPER.
Unfortunately he is innocent.
How then did he get involved?
My colleagues husband (Let's call him Mr. X) was in his car sales shop in Owerri over the weekend when a man walked in and claimed he was there to buy a car (Let's call him the customer).
Mr. X looked at The customer and noticed the following
1) His pockets were bulging with cash
2) He was uneasy.
Mr X was immediately suspicious.
The man claimed he wanted 2 buy a Toyota Siena which Mr X told him cost 1.8M naira. The customer did not argue or bargain. He simply said Ok and asked Mr. X to give him his account number so he could transfer the money to him.
Mr. X did as he asked tho he wondered how a man could purchase a car without even inspecting it or even trying to beat down the price.
The customer transferred the account number to another person by text, as he explained to Mr.X that it was that person who would do the transfer.
Few minutes after, Mr.X received an alert for 500000NGN. He asked his customer why he transferred 500k when that wasn't what they agreed on.
The customer made a call and began shouting at the person at the other end, asking him why he transferred an amount less than the agreed amount.
After he ended the call, he told Mr.X not to worry again. He wouldn't buy the car again, he said. He pleaded with Mr. X to go and use an atm, withdraw the cash and give it to him.
Mr X was uncomfortable and said no. The customer insisted and even offered that Mr. X could take 30,000 ngn from the money for his trouble and withdraw 470,000NGN for him.
Mr.X refused, insisting that he would return the money to the original sender. The customer left.
The next day Mr. X proceeded to the bank where he filled a teller over the counter and paid the money back to the account number that made the transfer. In the remarks section he wrote - suspicious transaction.
He went home.
The following day he headed for the bank again to withdraw some money and observed that he couldn't use his atm card - it had been blocked. He went to other atm machines and observed same.
So he proceeded to his own bank to make a report and he was instantly detained and subsequently taken into police custody.Apparently his account had been placed on red alert by 1st bank - his bank.
It was at the police station he was told that he was a kidnap suspect. The 500000NGN he received in his account was paid in by a member of the family of a kidnap victim.
The victim was kidnapped in Enugu. The KIDNAPPERS also raped another member of the family before making away with the victim.
Aware that they were being investigated, they deviced a means of collecting the ransom monies. Apparently, the customer's bulging pockets were from people whom he had successfully convinced to unwittingly assist him in collecting his ransom.
He hoped Mr.X would withdraw the money and give to him so he could collect the ransom without exposing himself. So they planned to implicate innocent people by cooking up the ruse of buying something from them, then pretending that there was an issue and asking for the money to be withdrawn and given to them, cash.
Right now Mr.X husband is still in police custody. He has been transferred to Enugu where the kidnapping was carried out . His saving grace was that he transferred the money right back to the source and indicated on the teller that it was a suspicious transaction.
People, we must be vigilant.
We must be observant.
We must ask questions.
This is a true story, happening now.
Please share and you might save some one from a lot of trouble and even a possible conviction for a crime they did not commit.
Saturday, 28 October 2017
A lot of times, people do not know the twists and turns that could turn up in life and how to handle them. A wrong response from you can put you at a long term disadvantage but handling them well can make your life flow smoothly. Please read this true life story below and learn from it.
In 2010 I was a senior manager in a nice firm, my future was bright in the company and I was highly recommended for head of my department. There was a rising star as well, his name is Jacob. I tutored him and tried to manage his excesses because he was exceptionally brilliant. But, he was lazy and carefree. Hardly would he take corrections and rarely would he apologise.
My other colleagues wondered what I saw in him, but they weren’t working directly with him. I knew his type: he hated structure and would never last under a corporate environment. Still, he was a brilliant strategist. I handled him well and our results together with others on my team was highly commendable.
There came a time I was having marital issues and for this reason, I had little patience with Jacob and his shenanigans. I was short-tempered with him but he had gotten used to me managing his excesses, he didn’t take my anger seriously. In two weeks, I had given him 3 queries. This meant dismissal and when I was asked by HR if I truly wanted to let him go, I could not care less. I had my own problems and was not in the mood to babysit anyone.
Three years later, I lost my job because the company was downsizing and top management was affected. I foolishly assumed I would get a job anywhere so initially, I wasn’t worried. But 12 months in, I was still searching and my savings was dwindling fast. I decided, since I wasn’t getting any job, I’d drive my SUV as a cab to those commuting from the airport. This was better than waiting around for nothing…
The cab job surprisingly was not doing badly as I was picking up and dropping off esteemed clients. It wasn’t a lot of money but it was steady.
In July 2016, an esteemed client asked me to pick up his friend from the airport because his driver had flaked on him. This person I was to pick up would turn out to be Jacob. When he called to confirm his location, I instantly recognised his voice. My heart plunged but I wasn’t going to reject the job and disappoint a long-term client. Jacob exited the airport with only a hand luggage so there was no need for me to alight from the car. As he got in the car, I looked back from the driver’s seat to greet him but he was distracted on the phone and never looked up to notice me. He only answered my greeting and asked me to get going
As I drove him all the way to a hotel on the Island, I had tears in my eyes. He looked like he was doing well, his conversations on the phone also showed that he was in control. Jacob had done well for himself and I was now driving him. Life is tricky and has a way of making you the butt of its joke. I cannot lie that I was ashamed but I would never forgive myself if I let him go without letting him know I was proud of him.
We got to the hotel and I quickly got down from the car to open his door. This was when he noticed me. He was speechless for a while then he said in Yoruba “Oga you have been the one driving me since?” He was shocked at first but then he hugged me tight. The tears finally poured, I can’t really say what I felt but I know I didn’t expect his reaction.
“I heard you were let go, I sent you a message on my other number to find out how you were but you never responded”He said while still holding on to my shoulders
I remember receiving a message from him but he was one out of many that called or texted to pity me. I didn’t want anyone’s pity so I never responded.
Jacob made me park my car and took me in to his room to talk. He immediately told me about his new gig. After he was laid off, he got a consultation deal with a multinational which opened doors for him in other multinationals. Now, he has 15 people working for him but he was in desperate need of someone who does the same as him and he didn’t have to worry about their competence. He just wanted to focus more on bringing business to the company.
My life changed that day. I resumed work with Jacob in one week and I have made sure since then to treat his company as if it were mine.
I don’t know why he treated me so nicely after what I did to him but as men, we have never talked about it. I am sure though, that he can feel my gratitude in the way I work and my zeal in doing all I can to make sure he doesn’t have to worry about the back-end.
I hope someone learns from this. lf the world turns upside down, you may end up cleaning for your cleaner. Please always remember this when you act without consideration of the other person’s future.
Sunday, 22 October 2017
What you say to yourself is called self-talk. Self-talk plays a vital role in our lives. I find the one below very powerful and engaging. Please read aloud to yourself.
I affirm that I am reigning in life. The blessing of the Lord has made my fame to spread abroad. I am like the city that is set on the hill, I can never be hid by the economic downturn of the world.
I am mightily blessed of the Lord and out of my belly flows prosperity, joy, health, peace, and success.
No man can successfully work to my disadvantage because all things are fashioned to work together for my good.
I am so blessed and nothing is permitted to fail in my hands. Hallelujah!
My address is Christ therefore, I refuse to be perturbed about anything because in Christ, all things are mine.
I am built strong and established firmly in the faith as I walk in the light of God's blessings for my life.
I am the centre of God's operation in the earth; through me, the nations of the world are blessed.
[Source: Chris Oyakhilome]
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