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Givers Forum End of the Year party

It was a simple elegant party to mark the end of a successful year for GIVERS FORUM and also with hopes and prayers for the New Year.

More photos from the party after the cut:


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Headies Awards 2016: HIT OR MISS?

The Headies 2016 awards may have come and gone but people haven't stopped talking about it and unfortunately they may not for a very long time. This year's awards,in all its 11 years, witnessed the lowest turnout of celebrities and guests.

Though the award wasn't was everyone anticipated,it had a few memorable highlights some of which included the performances of pioneer artists in the Nigerian music industry like Daddy Showkey, Eddy Remedy, Idris Abdulkareem,Tony Tetuila, Ras Kimono, Jazzman Oloffin and even Fuji star Adewale Ayuba and a host of others.



The Strange Visit - Episode 11 (Final Episode)

We took a bus down to Nneka's village. When we got to her compound I saw a woman,surrounded by other women. They were consoling her,"It's alright. Don't worry. She would be found." I needed no soothsayer to tell me that the woman was Nneka's mother. I felt sorry for her plight. I was filled with guilt. "But I didn't kill her,I am innocent. I just wished her daughter would come back to her".

When she caught sight of us,she ran towards us and held the poor girl with me,Nneka's room mate. "Where is my daughter!" She yelled. It took people's effort to let her go off the helpless girl. I should be held,not her. I heard a voice calling me,I turned and it was Nneka. I shifted backwards in fear. I was about to run but where to?



Federal Government declares public holiday

The Federal Government of Nigeria has declared Monday 26th, Tuesday 27th December, 2016 and Monday 2nd January, 2017 as Public Holidays to mark the Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year Celebrations respectively.

The Minister of Interior Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government in a statement signed by the Acting Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Alhaji Muhammadu Maccido on Wednesday.

The minister enjoined all Christian faithful and Nigerians in general to remain supportive of the Government of President Muhammadu Buhari in his sustained efforts towards building a peaceful, united and prosperous nation.

Dambazau also urged Nigerians to use the occasion to pray for unity and peaceful co-existence across the country.



MMM,CHRISTMAS: Lamentations as low sales greet Abuja markets

 Some Abuja residents have associated the low preparation for Christmas to the alleged crash of MMM.
December 25 every year is set aside to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. The build-up to this day is characterised by exchange of gifts and food items. This makes Yuletide period, the most anticipated time of the year for traders and gift vendors.

This case is, however, different this year as traders and vendors lament poor sales in the various markets visited by Pulse correspondent in Abuja.



Nigerian custom intercepts plastic rice

Nigerian customs service has intercepted 102 bags of rumoured plastic rice in Lagos after a tip off on Monday.

The plastic rice branded Beat Tomato Rice was in storage at the time of seizure and was ready for distribution during the christmas holidays in Ikeja, the state capital of Lagos State.



Uplift Post

Son washes his Father's bruised hands,What he finds? I'm in tears!

A young man applied for a job at a large printing company. He passed the first interview and was going to meet the director for the final interview. The director saw his resume and it was excellent. At the interview,the director asked,' have you received a scholarship for school?' The young man replied, 'no'.

'Was it your father who paid for your studies?' asked the director. 'Yes' replied the young man. 'Where does your father work?' asked the director.

'My father is a Blacksmith,' replied the young man.



HEADIES 2016 AWARDS: It's going down on the 22nd December 2016

The highly-anticipated list of nominees of The Headies 2016 has been released.

The list which comprises of 21 categories covers different genre of Nigerian pop music culture.

See the complete list of nominees below: (YEAR IN REVIEW: JULY 2015 – JUNE 2016)


A non-voting category for the best single recording by an artiste or group in the year under review.



An individual responsible for producing the most acclaimed song or album in the year under review.




The Strange Visit - Episode 10

I couldn't believe my eyes. I couldn't believe it was Nneka sitting on my bed. Out of fear,I opened my mouth to scream but couldn't produce any sound!

What could have happened to my voice? I made to open the door which I was leaning on,in order to run away but it refused to open. I fell to the ground with a mighty thud. My heart was beating very fast. Nneka laughed and laughed and laughed again. I stood up,leaning my back tightly against the door. I wished I could disappear through it at that point in time.



The Strange Visit - Episode 9

"What? What's the reason for that? Why will the police want to search my room?" I asked desperately. "They just want to search all the rooms in the lodge. According to them,it's the procedure. You are not the only person,so you have to come as fast as you can or else they will break in to your room when it gets to your turn" he explained patiently. "Fine,I'll be there" I murmured half-heartedly,breathing deeply.

It really took me about two hours to make up my mind on returning to the lodge,because I was so scared that the police might find something in my room. A lipstick,lock of hair or anything incriminating,I feared. Though I was so sure that I wiped my room clean before travelling,but they were experts and I was scared something could be found somehow.

However,I finally returned to my lodge very late in the afternoon with the hope that my room has been broken into. But on the contrary it was as I left it(still locked). I quickly met the hostel president with questions in my heart and immediately he saw me he smiled,offering his hand for a handshake. "Its very fine you showed up today. All the rooms that are yet to be searched will be searched tomorrow. Some students travelled like you did which is very bad and as a result the cops decided to search the rooms of available students while the locked ones will be searched tomorrow whether the owners return or not" he explained,settling my curiosity.

I returned to my room a bit relieved and satisfied,quickly cleaned up everything in it one more time,washing the bedsheet Nneka laid on over and over. In fact,I made sure my room was very much in order before resting that day. My room was so clean that the three policemen who searched it early the next morning commented on it. "Seems like you are the cleanest student in this lodge. Your room is so clean" one of them said to me as he tossed around my properties,without suspecting anything,leaving me a bit relaxed.

"What next?" I asked myself as I watched them leave. I bolted the door as they left and took a sigh of relief with my eyes closed,resting my back against the door. Immediately, I heard a voice right there in my room calling my name slowly:

I opened my eyes and behold,it was Nneka sitting on my bed..


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Givers Forum support system is up and running

Dear Givers, for a long time we have been getting complaints and mails about writing to support and getting no response. But I'm happy to inform us all that the GIVERS FORUM Support system is now very functional. So those of us that have various problems ranging from MATCHING ISSUES,FAKE POP,EARNINGS,REGISTRATION ERRORS,UNCONFIRMED TRANSACTIONS,LOGIN ISSUES, e.t.c can now forward their issues to support and it will be resolved as soon as possible. Please let us not fail to abide by the Rules of GIVERS FORUM so as to help the system serve us better.


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Rumours have been going around since morning that the GIVERS FORUM site has crashed. Please discard such news. The server is a bit slow due to bad network but that doesn't mean that the site has crashed. Please such news should not be paid any attention. In case you are still experiencing difficulty in logging in to your personal offices,you can try Keep Providing Help and Getting Help and usual. Thanks.


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The Strange Visit - Episode 8

I nervously opened my door and came face to face with the hostel president, a policeman in uniform and the S.U.G president. I stared at them with panic. “Please can we come in? The officer has some important questions to ask you”, the S.U.G president explained while my heart froze. My guilty conscience was at its worst that moment. I fearfully allowed them into the room, my heart pounding furiously as the policeman took a sharp look around my room before settling down on the only plastic chair I had, while the two students with him stood and stared at me. I knew they all noticed my nervous behaviour.



2017 Budget will take Nigeria out of recession

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday said the 2017 Appropriation Bill that he would present to the joint session of the National Assembly on Wednesday would take Nigeria out of recession.

Buhari said this in his Eid-el Maulud message to Nigerians.

In the message which he personally signed, the President said with collective dedication and hard work, Nigerians would in 2017 overcome the economic difficulties, and return the country to the path of prosperity.


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Givers Forum is not closing for the Holidays!!

It has come to our notice that people have been spreading rumors that GIVERS FORUM will go on a break. We would like to inform everyone that this information is false. The fact that MMM has frozen peoples' accounts does not mean that GIVERS FORUM will also stop functioning. Please and please,the site is still up and running. Keep Providing Help and Keep Getting Help as at when due. GIVERS FORUM is still changing lives.


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Panic as MMM freezes members' accounts for one month

One month after members of the house of representatives warned Nigerians off the Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox (MMM), the scheme has frozen withdrawals, causing panic among “Mavros” members.

Members of the scheme were shocked on Tuesday to find a message, instead of their statement of account, informing them of the decision to freeze withdrawal till the new year.

The message read thus:



The Strange Visit - Episode 7

The school S.U.G president soon showed up with the school authorities and the police,quickly dispersing everyone. "You can now go with your various activities,we are here to take charge of the situation. Be rest assured that the person behind this outrageous crime will be caught. If you have any information to share please don't hesitate to bring it to our knowledge. Mind how you talk to the press or better still,leave us to do the talking. You are warned",the Dean of student affairs addressed us before we dispersed. I returned to my room extremely scared and afraid. I couldn't imagine what the outcome of their investigation would be. I didn't leave my room all through the rest of the day.




A man woke up in the morning deeply repentant after a bitter fight with his wife the previous night. He noticed with dismay the crate of beer bottles that had caused the fight.

He took it outside and started smashing the empty bottles one by one onto the wall.

He smashed the first bottle swearing,
"you are the reason I fight with my wife".

He smashed the second bottle,
"you are the reason I don't love my children".

He smashed the third bottle,
"you are the reason I don't have a decent job".

When he took the fourth bottle, he realized that the bottle was still sealed and was full.

He hesitated for only a moment and said

"you stand aside, I know you were not involved".

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The Strange Visit - Episode 6

The sharp cry shook the entire lodge,frightening me tremendously. My heart furiously pounced,the day of reckoning finally has arrived. I waited for a few minutes in my room as i tried so hard to compose myself. Just like other students,I had to check out the cause of the cry and noise coming from downstairs.

I wished I had traveled,but truly it was very bright of me to stay in the lodge instead of traveling because I had to be around in order to follow events and plan ahead. Moreover the hostel was a large one but it never stopped students who lived in it from knowing each other's habits and as I hardly traveled,who knows,I could be suspected. Yes I was scared that I felt every step I took could lead anyone to suspect me even though I was far from being one of the hostel terrors nor cultists who could easily be suspected as the brain behind such a deadly act.




I’m not afraid of snakes, or toads, or bugs, or worms, or mice,
The things that girls are scared of, I think are awful nice.
I’m pretty brave, I guess; And yet I hate to go to bed,
For, when I’m tucked up warm and snug and when my prayers are said,
Mother tells me “Happy dreams!” and takes away the light,
And leaves me lying all alone and seeing things at night.

Sometimes they’re in the corner, sometimes they’re by the door,
Sometimes they all just creep and crawl across the bedroom floor;
Sometimes they come when I’m asleep, sometimes when I’m awake
So softly and so silently, they make me scream and shake.
Sometimes they are as black as ink, and other times they’re white
But color makes no difference when you’re seeing things at night.

Once, Mother caught me being bad, fighting in the street,
And Father sent me up to bed without a bite to eat.
I heard some noises in the dark and up my ears did prick
Those things were gathered all around and planning something sick.
I was so very scared that time, I got an awful fright
It’s always when I’m bad that I start seeing things at night.

Lucky thing I’m not a girl, or I’d be scared to death.
Since I’m a boy, I duck my head and then I hold my breath.
When I hear something horrible, crawling up the stairs
I promise to be better and I always say my prayers.
I’m certain that’s the only way that I can make it right
When I’ve been very wicked and start things at night!

And so, when other evil kids tempt and coax me into sin,
I try to squash the devil’s voice that urges me within.
At night the things creep closer and they aren’t very nice,
They want to eat me up without even thinking twice!
Eventually these evil things will drag me out of sight
I hope I don’t keep doing wrong, and seeing things at night!



The Man in the Pink Umbrella

And then a large man holding a pink umbrella stood peering amicably at me. I hesitated at first, but then I thought it could do me no harm. I made my way slowly towards him, trying to avoid any direct eye contact as much as possible because I really wished he would at least make an effort to drag his eyes off me and mind his own business.

In the darkness, with rain droplets dripping from the end of my umbrella, it made my vision blurry adding to the already foggy night. I kept inching my way towards him, stealthily, hoping not to catch him off guard. He kept standing there, not moving an inch for the past one hour since the incident happened.



Jaywon's NEXTWORLD music signs new artist

As his own way of giving back to the society, former Kennis Music act, Jaywon, has officially signed his first act to his newly launched record label, Nextworld music.
Jaywon, last Tuesday, welcomed Bayelsa born singer, Desmond Idubamo Jonah, better known as Twist Da Fireman, to his imprint.



Heart Breaking pictures from around the world

1. A dog sits next to the grave of its owner, who passed away in the disastrous landslide near Rio de Janeiro in 2011

2. A south Korean cries as North Korean relative waves goodbye. A temporary 3-days family reunion was allowed after 60 years between families from across the border in Oct 2010



The Strange Visit - Episode 5

I cracked my head searching for a good river but couldn't remember any. In desperation I thought of other alternatives. "A good bush will do" I concluded as i remembered a very large bush,four hostels behind me. The bush really was at the end of the street,a yet to be developed plot. But I was very unsure of the best time to head to the place. I knew there wasn't a way I could go there without being seen by many students and my movement might draw suspicion due to the sack bag in my possession and if eventually Nneka's body was found,tongues may wag and I could be caught,I reasoned.



Amid recession, Christmas beckons

On Friday, December 9th, only 17 days to the 2016 Christmas celebration, Mrs. Dolapo Iluyomade, an assorted fabric dealer, sat still at the entrance of her shop, in the Balogun Area of Lagos State, with forlorn looks.

Hitherto, it is the time of the year that she and her colleagues in the business are usually so busy that they have their meals in between attending to a battery of customers, who are in search of apparels to adorn during the Yuletide.

From the earlier part of the year, Iluyomade suspected that the year could end on a tough note, but never anticipated that it would be this bad.



The Strange Visit - Episode 4

I quietly carried her to the staircase,my heart beating wildly as i carried the heavy load. I needed a whole lot of luck to avoid detection. Only a single mistake could destroy everything I had planned. Luckily I got to my destination without being seen. I calmly dumped and pushed her well underneath the staircase of the first floor.

"If things go as planned perhaps,it will take a day or two before she is discovered" I reasoned before another idea came into my head. I rushed up to my room,grabbed a bucket of water,came down and poured it all over her. I wasnt a biologist but I felt it would destroy any evidence like my prints which were on her body.



Widow blames store in Florida for husband's death

Widow has launched a lawsuit against a store in Florida which she believes is responsible for her husband's death.

Maria Elizarraras claims that her 69-year-old spouse Fernando died as a result of emotional distress after staff at the branch of Walgreens refused to let him leave until he had cleaned the ship's toilet.



JUST FOR LAUGHS - A Tale of a Cat

Corporal James,a police officer,just got a promotion and was posted to a new state.He wasn't a very friendly officer and he didn't really get along with his fellow officers.He wasn't too happy with this his new promotion because it meant he had to uproot his life and move to a new place. He didn't have any option but to go and there he made up his mind to tackle anything that came his way down. He seemed up to the task to handle any issue whatsoever. He never liked to speak pidgin English and always felt like he could do things alone. His colleagues noticed his attitude and decided to set him up with a kidnap Case. He was always being teased by his colleagues about his too gentle attitude so they made a bet with him that he could handle a kidnap case,they would stop their teasing. He agreed. 



The Strange Visit - Episode 3

I quickly pulled off her night wear and dressed her up with the clothes she wore from her place. A black jean trouser and a pink top. It was truly the most difficult and irritating task I have ever done in my entire life. Pulling off clothes from a dead person.

The worst aspect of it was that it was trousers and not a skirt. Putting that trousers on her was like an uphill task but I had to do it. I turned her facing down and facing up at intervals to make sure the trouser entered perfectly. Putting on her bra and pink polo wasn't that difficult. "What next?" I asked myself as I looked out of my room window. The hostel (lodge) gate was still locked. There wasn't anyway I could carry her out of the lodge without waking the gate man or be seen by early morning weed smokers, (Annoying students who were fond of smoking hemp in front of some hostels).



Photos of neatly dressed man selling doughnuts in Akwa Ibom State goes viral

The neatly dressed man pictured above sells doughnuts at Uyo, the Akwa Ibom state capital. Lawyer, Inibehe Effiong shared the photos on facebook this morning. Someone even commented that he is a student of the University of Uyo. Quite commendable!

See more photos of him after the cut...



RECESSION: Academy gives 1,500 residents in Abuja free lunch

La Petite  Academy on Thursday offered free lunch of jollof rice, chicken and drinks to around 1,500 Abuja residents.
The exercise named "Operation Free Lunch Abuja" which took place at Wuse 2 was part of community outreach by the Abuja-based creche and primary school.

Proprietress of the academy Akunna Nwamuo said La Petite Academy through the lunch was extending goodwill, love and help to those in need to help cushion the impact of recession on the residents.



Hungry python gorged itself on three deers

A 16-foot long Burmese python was found with the remains of three whole deer in its gut, researchers have revealed.

The snake was trapped and euthanized in the Florida Everglades in June 2013. Researchers who conducted a necropsy on the creature subsequently discovered its record-breaking deer consumption, details of which have now been published in the journal BioInvasions Records.



The Strange Visit - Episode 2

She started struggling on my bed,kicking her legs frantically and moaning painfully,gasping for breath. My heart skipped a thousand beats. Before i could understand what was happening,she suddenly stopped moving and was perfectly still.

I fearfully stared at my unconscious visitor confused,nauseous and lost. "Please don't do this to me" I pleaded seriously. Tears fell from my eyes,serious manly tears. My heart pounded furiously.



A Givers Tale III (Short story)

One cool evening,I just finished shopping from my neighbourhood supermarket.As i was headed back to my car, I noticed a young man walking towards me. He looked a little bit like a street bum so I was a little scared. He looked to me like a man with no car or a house or even any means of livelihood. I expected him to ask me for some money to eat but I was shocked when he said to me "You have a nice car,Sir".


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Experiencing Site lock issues?

A lot of GIVERS have been complaining about their inability to log into their POs and carry out activities. For those of us experiencing such issues,please just try reloading the page a couple of times and the site lock will clear off. And if that doesn't happen,try using another browser to open the page.

Remember that merging in GIVERS FORUM is at random so please to not pledge any money you not have at hand and avoid taking calculated risks. Pledge what you can spare and not all you have please.

P.S GIVERS FORUM is a mutual fund aid and not an investment or business so be guided accordingly.

Together we can change the world.



The Strange Visit - Episode 1

I brushed my teeth for the third time,ran out of the bathroom and grabbed my phone. Slowly I scrolled down to a name saved as "NNEKA 2go" and dialed the number with a happy smile on my face. Nneka was my 2go girlfriend. The first real girlfriend i was making from 2go after months of endless chatting. She was paying me a visit that very day,something like a return visit because we first met two weeks ago at her school. Of course the visit i paid her solidified our friendship thus making her take the risk of visiting me for a lovely weekend.


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How to Participate in Givers Forum

So, you decided to participate in GIVERS FORUM. How to do that? It is simple! Just go directly with this points.




One of the world's skinniest homes is in Warsaw,Poland designed by Isreali writer Etgar Keret. It measured 36 inches at its narrowest point. Keret says he built it as a homage to his parents' family who died in the Holocaust. It serves as his second home.



A Givers Tale II (Short Story)

"When it seems you have nothing in life,think twice. You still have a choice"- Anonymous

Julianna was a 27-year-old graduate from the University of Jos. She was fondly called Anna by her close friends and family. Anna worked at a Bank not so far from her home and thus she was the sole bread winner of her family. Her father was late and her mother operated a small petty shop which didn't fetch so much profit.

One fateful day,Anna got back from work earlier than usual,looking very sad and frustrated. She met her mother sitting outside her shop roasting some corn. She did  this everyday to augment the small profit she got from her petty shop. The following conversation ensued between them:




Wife: honey can you please help me clean the garden
Husband: do i look like a gardener?
Wife:ooh am sorry honey, ok then fix bathroom door plz
Husband: do i look like a carpenter?

Husband walks out, at returning, he finds the garden cleaned and the door
Husband: I knew my wife will do this all by herself
Wife: its not me
Husband: who then?
Wife: Johny our neighbor
Husband: how much did u pay him?
Wife: No, he just gave me 2 options, bread or sex
Husband: i hope you gave him bread
Wife: Do I look like a baker?



A Strange First Story: STEPHEN KING

One of the most remarkable articles on giving I’ve ever read came from an unlikely source. Horror novelist Stephen King. No one would accuse King of being a Christian, and certainly not a syrupy idealist. But he makes a passionate and perceptive secularist/hedonist argument for giving. Though he fails the test of eternal perspective, King intuitively recognizes not only that giving is right, but that it’s smart. He doesn’t understand that the glory of God, the good of others, and the giver’s eternal rewards are all higher reasons to give. But even bereft of a biblical worldview, the author recognizes that giving packs a transcendent purpose and pleasure here and now. King has a more accurate view of giving than many Christians:



A Givers Tale

The Nigerian economy has been on a steady decline for some time now but the population of the country has continued to increase even with the rising rate of insurgency. We hear of budget allocations and late payments of salaries and not to mention  increment of fuel price. We constantly look up to those who are in the position to save us but then they are more concerned with  enriching their pockets. Our desperate cries for help can and will only be heard if we,the masses,are ready for the task of rebuilding our society.


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Give without ceasing

Scott Lewis, owner of Scott Machinery, attended a conference where Bill Bright challenged people to give one million dollars to help fulfill the Great Commission. This amount was laughable to Scott—far beyond anything he could imagine, since his machinery business was generating an income of under $50,000 a year.


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Givers Achievers

Hello fellow givers,my name is Lawrence Oluwafemi. I joined GIVERS FORUM in November this year and i pledged the sum of 200,000. Last week i was merged with two people that now paid me the sum of 280,000 though no referral bonus for now. I just want to say that joining GIVERS FORUM was the best decision i ever made. Cheers!!
-Oluwafemi Lawrence.

GIVERS FORUM seemed like a joke to me o until i decided to start of with my spare money. My sister registered me two weeks ago and i scared to pledge so much money so i just started with 20,000. She told me that i didn't have to wait for 1 month before i could withdraw my money back Two weeks after providing help,i was merged with a lady that paid me 24,000 immediately. I'm happy right now and i thank the founders of GIVERS FORUM, God bless you all.
-Madam Lucy Nduka.



A Givers Tale (Short Story)

The story entails the efficiency and readiness to help by the members of  Givers Forum. "It's not about how much you make or what you earn but by the lives you impact from it" 

On a Tuesday morning, Jack, a student in the university of Abuja set out with a group of friends to hang out before school re opens. His friends were fund of betting and gambling. Jack never found it enticing and saw the many risks it had to offer. His father had been laid off from work, his mom died out of illness and his kid sister yet to complete her primary education. On that day, he thought about putting his school tuition on the line. Betting it all or nothing. It was his first but his last without any choice.


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The Big Question!!

What is this GIVERS FORUM all about? How does it work? How do i get paid? These are some of the many questions that have been asked from people who want to know about this self empowerment scheme.

GIVERS FORUM  is not a bank, GIVERS FORUM does not collect your money, GIVERS FORUM is not an online business, HYIP, investment or MLM program. GIVERS FORUM is a community where people help one another to own houses, buy brand new cars, acquire quality education and do well in life. GIVERS FORUM gives you a technical platform which helps millions of participants in Nigeria and African nations to connect those who NEED help to those who are ready to PROVIDE help, for FREE. All transferred funds to another participant are your help given by your own good will to another one.

How does it work Technically?



Foreign rice banned in Ebonyi State

The Ebonyi State Commissioner for Information, Senator Emmanuel Onwe has justified the banning of the sale and consumption of foreign rice as part of the state government’s moves to uphold the health and well being of the populace.


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Famous quotes on Giving

"Only by Giving are you able to receive more than you already have"
-Jim Rohn

"I learned how to give not because i have much much but because i know exactly how it feels to have nothing"-


"I have found that among its other benefits,giving liberates the soul of the giver"

-Maya Angelou

"The world is composed of givers and takers.Takers may eat better but the givers sleep better"


"Life will give to the givers and take from the takers"

-Steven Aitchison

"Greatness is not making a name,it is giving names to those who do not have any"

“It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”
― Mother Teresa

“Help others without any reason and give without the expectation of receiving anything in return.”
― Roy T. Bennett

“Give, but give until it hurts.”
― Mother Teresa


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The Concept of Giving

‎Life is all about giving. From conception,eggs are given to form embryo , the womb is there to carry the child, food and medications are given for the child to develop in the womb, nurses and doctors give their services to bring forth a healthy baby, milk is given for the child to grow, fees given to educate the child, as an adult he/she is given a job so that they can give back to the society.