5 Things You Must Have Lied About On The Internet Since nobody is physically present to observe or regulate what you are doing online or on the internet, it has become a free for all. A platform where you can do whatever you like. Very few internet users self-regulate themselves. This is why it is easier for people to lie on the internet. Below are a list of things you and your peers must have lied about on the internet.

Biographical information

Biographical information is a holistic description of yourself. It includes your name, where you reside, language and other basic information. Perhaps, we don’t want to waste time when filling out forms or signing up on social media, we simply enter incorrect information including a fake email.


Some persons lie about what they are interested in. They want to paint a positive picture of themselves online, so they prefer to lie about their interest. You may not be interested in skiing and bowling but because it is a requirement, you just say you are. What will you do when you are invited for an interview and they ask you to ski or bowl?

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Are You an Ambivert?

AMBIVERT There are times when you just get confused about your temperament, you can’t really explain your personality.One minute you’re calm, collected and enjoying your own company and the next you’re bored out of your pants and in need of some fire and spice in your life.

If you feel like you’re neither an extrovert nor an introvert, you just can’t seem to fit yourself into either personalities or understand when people explain their temperaments…Don’t fret much coz you’re an ambivert! you’re a something sort of a mixture of an extrovert and an introvert…just in the middle. As an ambivert you have the best of both worlds and as such i’d like to take you on a list of 20 ambivert characteristics which would help you define exactly who you are.


ambiverts partying1. YOU FIND IT HARD DESCRIBING YOURSELF[what am i? who am i?]

2. YOU LOVE ATTENTION BUT OFTEN HATE TO BE THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION.[it can be fun and draining at the same time]



5. YOU CAN BE VERY INTUITIVE AND AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS[we can be very sensitive and notice things that most people don’t

SOCIAL MEDIA IMAGEThings You Should Stop Doing On Social Media

Social media can be fun and very helpful too, we just can’t deny that it has become part of our everyday life…the post, the pictures,gossips, trends and catching up with friends and stuff, we all want to part of it one way or the other.

Its a sad reality however that even young children have to come to terms with that social media can come with its negative sides and unfortunately it has and will continue to take a toll on people. You don’t want to be under this category of people..

Here are a list of things you should stop doing on social media platforms:-

stalking ex1. STALKING YOUR EX

We all have been guilty of this more or less, but its not so cool…seriously NOT COOL! Firstly, let the past stay where it belongs… in the past. You won’t be doing yourself any good sticking your nose into ‘yesterday’, its a sign that you haven’t moved on and if you do intend to move on with your life,remember you broke up for a reason. checking up on exes business is not advisable. Be it what it may, they got a new job, has a new significant other, they’re happy without you??? it all doesn’t matter. Move forward and get on with your life.

Afrikaner Broederbond

10. Afrikaner Broederbond

Afrikaner Brotherhood is a secret society that was popularized during the apartheid regime in South Africa. The group is aimed at maintaining and upholding the interest of the Afrikaans in South Africa. Their motto was “Wees Sterk” which meant “Be Strong”.

From 1948-1994, The Afrikaner brothers have become the most powerful group in South African politics and government. It is a fact that all the leaders of the country at that time in history were all members of this secret group. This substantiates the Calvinist view that they have been “planted in South Africa by the God” in order to run the affairs of the country and particularly deliver them from apathy.

The Afrikaner Brotherhood, whose motivation were based on the concept of predestination, largely influenced the socio-political lives of South Africans. The internal membership activities and requirements aside being an Afrikaan and up to the age of 25, remains a secret. Potential and qualified candidates are secretly invited. The emergence of this group can also be linked to the Boer War in South Africa.

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great things in Nigeria

With the economic downturn, money has never seemed more important to Nigerians as it is today. Everyone is concerned about money: how to get it, how to spend it, where to spend it, and how to save it. No doubt money is important – it allows us to do and have more things than we can without it – and has become a vital element in our lives but the fact remains that some of the best things in life are free.

Nigeria, as a country, offers a number of assets to treasure…and these, money cannot buy. From a rich heritage to a public holiday every October 1st,, Africa’s No.1 online hotel booking portal, has come up with 5 important things Nigeria  offers it people for free.


A rich heritage

Nigeria has a rich and peculiar heritage that is shared by every single citizen of the country.  With  multiple ethnic groups, the country hosts diverse cultures  embodied in over 250 ethnic groups and expressed in about 521 languages.

Nigerians not only benefit from the knowledge gained from these customs and tradition; they are imbued with a way of life that ensures that they excel in almost any other part of the world. They also have a variety in terms of cuisines and the traditional attires feed the fashion industry of today.

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Most Generous Countries in Africa

African’s are known to be very generous people, with the instinct to help people. To think that you might be wondering which part of Africa the most generous people dwell is somewhat appealing to us. By that drive, we wish to give you a list of the Top 10 most generous countries in Africa. The standing is based on the Charities Aid Foundation’s World Giving Index (WGI) gathered by Gallup.

10. Malawi: located in South East of Africa, Malawians are known to welcome a visitor with water to drink and also food to eat. This act of generosity has placed them as the tenth most generous country in Africa with these scores.

WGI Score – 34

Helping a stranger score – 58

Donating money score – 20

Volunteering time score – 23

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serial killersWho doesn’t know who a serial killer is, this post wouldn’t bother explaining either. As kids and growing up, most of the movies we saw almost always had a serial killer character and somehow we had been instilled with the notion that these kind of people do not exist just like cartoons. Well, they do live and are human beings too maybe not with a heart you might want to add… Here are our top 10 most dangerous serial killers. Peek the list below –


10. Andrei Chikatilo –  Born October 16, 1936 in Ukraine Andrei was a school teacher. He murdered 56 people of which he confessed to and was found guilty in 1990, he was later executed in 1994.

Andrei went to train stations, became friendly with young people, lured them into a nearby forest where he would attempt rape, afflict them and then kill them. He ate their sexual organs in some cases and took of their eyeballs in a belief that they would not have an image of his face even after death.

“Having been declared sane and fit to stand trial, Chikatilo went to court on April 14, 1992, and throughout the trial he was held in an iron cage designed to keep him apart from the relatives of his many victims. Referred to in the media as “The Maniac”, his behavior in court ranged from bored to manic, singing and talking gibberish; at one point he was even reported as having dropped his trousers, waving his genitals at the assembled crowd.

The judge appeared less than impartial, often overruling Chikatilo’s defense lawyer, and it was clear that Chikatilo’s guilt was a foregone conclusion. The trial lasted until August and, surprisingly, given the judge’s bias, the verdict was not announced until two months later, on October 15, 1990, when Chikatilo was found guilty on 52 of the 53 murder charges, and sentenced to death for each of the murders.”

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Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe

Nnamdi Azikiwe

Born on the 16th of November, 1904 in Niger state, Benjamin Nnamdi Azikwe was at the fore-front in the fight for Nigeria’s Independence.

He was fondly referred to as “Zik” and became the first president of Nigeria after Nigeria got her independence from the United Kingdom.

While working as the editor for the African Morning Post, a daily newspaper in Ghana, Nnamdi Azikiwe promoted pro-African nationalist agenda. Upon his return to Nigeria in 1937, he founded the West African Pilot which was a tool used to promote the cause of Nigerian nationalism.

Alongside Herbert Macaulay, he founded the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons (NCNC) in 1944 and he was made the secretary-general of the National Council in 1946. He was later elected to Legislative Council of Nigeria the following year.

He was the first Nigerian to be named to the Privy Council of the United Kingdom and he also became the Governor General on the same day. With Nigeria becoming a republic in 1962, he became her first president. He died on May 11, 1996 in Enugu following a protracted illness.

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We wish to serve you with this epic throwback, the first of it all… Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa ‘s Independence Day Speech Of 1960 (Saturday, October 1st 1960)

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Today is Independence Day. The first of October 1960 is a date to which for two years every Nigerian has been eagerly looking forward. At last, our great day has arrived, and Nigeria is now indeed an independent sovereign nation.

Words cannot adequately express my joy and pride at being the Nigerian citizen privileged to accept from Her Royal Highness these Constitutional Instruments which are the symbols of Nigeria’s Independence. It is a unique privilege which I shall remember for ever, and it gives me strength and courage as I dedicate my life to the service of our country.

This is a wonderful day, and it is all the more wonderful because we have awaited it with increasing impatience, compelled to watch one country after another overtaking us on the road when we had so nearly reached our goal. But now we have acquired our rightful status, and I feel sure that history will show that the building of our nation proceeded at the wisest pace: it has been thorough, and Nigeria now stands well- built upon firm foundations.

Today’s ceremony marks the culmination of a process which began fifteen years ago and has now reached a happy and successful conclusion. It is with justifiable pride that we claim the achievement of our Independence to be unparalleled in the annals of history. Each step of our constitutional advance has been purposefully and peacefully planned with full and open consultation, not only between representatives of all the various interests in Nigeria but in harmonious cooperation with the administering power which has today relinquished its authority.

At the time when our constitutional development entered upon its final phase, the emphasis was largely upon self-government. We, the elected representatives of the people of Nigeria, concentrated on proving that we were fully capable of managing our own affairs both internally and as a nation. However, we were not to be allowed the selfish luxury of focusing our interest on our own homes. In these days of rapid communications we cannot live in isolation, apart from the rest of the world, even if we wished to do so. All too soon it has become evident that for us Independence implies a great deal more than self-government. This great country, which has now emerged without bitterness or bloodshed, finds that she must at once be ready to deal with grave international issues.

This fact has of recent months been unhappily emphasized by the startling events which have occurred in this continent. I shall not labour the point but it would be unrealistic not to draw attention first to the awe-inspiring task confronting us at the very start of our nationhood. When this day in October 1960 was chosen for our Independence it seemed that we were destined to move with quiet dignity to place on the world stage. Recent events have changed the scene beyond recognition, so that we find ourselves today being tested to the utmost We are called upon immediately to show that our claims to responsible government are well-founded, and having been accepted as an indepedent state we must at once play an active part in maintaining the peace of the world and in preserving civilisation. I promise you, we shall not fail for want of determination.

And we come to this task better-equipped than many. For this, I pay tribute to the manner in which successive British Governments have gradually transferred the burden of responsibility to our shoulders. The assistance and unfailing encouragement which we have received from each Secretary of State for the Colonies and their intense personal interest in our development has immeasurably lightened that burden.

All our friends in the Colonial Office must today be proud of their handiwork and in the knowledge that they have helped to lay the foundations of a lasting friendship between our two nations. I have indeed every confidence that, based on the happy experience of a successful partnership, our future relations with the United Kingdom will be more cordial than ever, bound together, as we shall be in the Commonwealth, by a common allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, whom today we proudly acclaim as Queen of Nigeria and Head of the Commonwealth.

Time will not permit the individual mention of all those friends, many of them Nigerians, whose selfless labours have contributed to our Independence. Some have not lived to see the fulfilment of their hopes—on them be peace—but nevertheless they are remembered here, and the names of buildings and streets and roads and bridges throughout the country recall to our minds their achievements, some of them on a national scale. Others confined, perhaps, to a small area in one Division, are more humble but of equal value in the sum-total.

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