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Wendy Okolo

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Wendy A. Okolo is a Nigerian-American aerospace engineer. She was the first Black woman to obtain a doctorate degree in aerospace engineering from University of Texas at Arlington. Okolo later became an aerospace research engineer at NASA Ames Research Center. Wikipedia

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Wendy Okolo

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Wendy A. Okolo is a Nigerian-American aerospace engineer. She was the first Black woman to obtain a doctorate degree in aerospace engineering from University of Texas at Arlington. Okolo later became an aerospace research engineer at NASA Ames Research Center. Wikipedia

Dimager Wendy A. Okolo is the first black woman to obtain a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington and the 2019 winner of the BEYA Global Competitiveness Conference award for the most promising engineer in the United States government.

Nigerian born Dr. Wendy Okolo is an aerospace research engineer at the Ames Research Center, a major National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) research center in California’s Silicon Valley. Okolo. NASA is the U.S. agency responsible for the civilian space program, aeronautics and aerospace research.

Okolo works as a special emphasis programs manager in the Intelligent Systems Division of the Ames Research Center. According to Black Engineer, she is currently leading work on a System-Wide Safety (SWS) project, and a Space Technology Mission Directorate Early Career Initiative (STMD-ECI) project. The SWS project involves predicting GPS faults in unmanned aerial systems commonly known as drones. While the STMD-ECI project, aims to develop unconventional control techniques for deployable vehicles, to enable precision landing and improve maneuverability during the entry, descent, and landing phases of spaceflight.

Her past is just as impressive; at only 26 years old she became the first black woman to obtain a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington, where she earned both her undergraduate and doctoral degrees.

In her undergraduate she was president of the society of women engineers in the university and as she pursued her graduate degree, she worked as a summer researcher from 2010 to 2012 in the Control Design & Analysis Branch at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Where she worked with the team that flew the world fastest manned aircraft which flew from coast to coast in a jaw dropping 67 minutes for a trip that could take some of the world’s fastest aircrafts over five hours.

Speaking to the Cable about the experience, Okolo said she had to battle impostor’s syndrome when she found out she would be working with such a great team.

“I was like I am sure these guys are so smart, what am I going to bring in,” she said. She went on an error in the code in the systems and she fixed that and “that fixed the impostor syndrome for a while”.

Further to these accomplishments her previous research has been recognized and funded by the Department of Defense through the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship; Zonta International, through the Amelia Earhart Fellowship; and the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics through the John Leland Atwood Graduate Fellowship.

Now Okolo has a blazing career at NASA and this year won the BEYA Global Competitiveness Conference award for the most promising engineer in the United States government.

The BEYA Conference itself strives to create connections between students, educators and STEM professionals while facilitating partnerships with individuals and their local STEM resources. A fete that matches with Okolo’s aim to continue encouraging girls to pursue their dreams in STEM.

NASA Biography

Dr. Wendy A. Okolo is an aerospace engineering researcher in the Intelligent Systems Division at NASA Ames Research Center. Her focus is in the area of systems health monitoring and control systems design with applications to air and space components, vehicles, and systems. To that effect she is a Sub-Project Manager for the System Wide Safety Project, leading a team to develop the technologies that will enable the safe and seamless integration of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) into the U.S. national airspace. She also leads a controls team on a Space Technology project, Pterodactyl, to advance the guidance, navigation, and control capabilities that will make precision landing for deployable entry vehicles a reality for planetary exploration.

She received her B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2010 and 2015 respectively. During her undergraduate studies, she interned for two summers with Lockheed Martin working on NASA’s Orion spacecraft, first in the Requirements Management Office in Systems Engineering and then with the Hatch Mechanisms team in Mechanical Engineering. As a graduate student she worked as a summer researcher from 2010 to 2012 in the Control Design & Analysis Branch at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Wright Patterson Air Force Base.

Her dissertation research was in the area of aircraft formation flight as a fuel-saving method of flight, working in the Computer-Aided Control Systems Design Laboratory. Specifically, she employed alternative trimming mechanisms such as internal fuel transfer and differential thrusting to trim induced aerodynamic moments on the trail aircraft, reduce the need for the drag-inducing control effector deflections, and increase the benefits of flying in formation. This research was funded by the AFRL, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), American Institute for Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA), Texas Space Grant Consortium (TSGC), Zonta International, and the University of Texas at Arlington.

Publications

  1. Margolis, B., Okolo, W., Barton, J., Nikaido, B., Zane, H., Johnson, B., D’Souza, S.,“Controller design using Linear Matrix Inequalities for Lifting Nano-ADEPT with Aerodynamic Control Surfaces”, Submitted to the 70th International Astronautical Congress in Washington, DC, October 21 – 15, 2019
  2. D’Souza, S., Okolo, W., Nikaido, B., Yount, B., Tran, J., Margolis B., Smith, B., Cassell A., Johnson, B., Hibbard, K., Barton, J., Hays, Z., “Developing an Entry Guidance and Control Design Capability using Flaps for the Lifting Nano-ADEPT”, Accepted to 2019 AIAA AVIATION Forum in Dallas, TX.
  3. Okolo, W., Margolis, B., Barton, J., Nikaido, B., Zane, H., Johnson, B., D’Souza, S., “Stability Analysis and Control Design for Lifting Nano ADEPT with Aerodynamic Control Surfaces”, Submitted to the 16th International Planetary Probe Workshop in Oxford UK, July 8 – 12, 2019
  4. Okolo, W., O’Connor, M., Spirkovska, L., and Soyfer, H., “Identification of Safety Metrics for Airport Surface Operations”, AIAA paper, Proceedings of the AIAA Aviation Forum in Atlanta, Georgia, June 25-29, 2018
  5. Snyder, S., Barton, B., Morelli, E., Frost, S., Teubert, C., and Okolo, W., “Online Control Design for Learn to Fly”, AIAA paper, Proceedings of the AIAA Aviation Forum in Atlanta, Georgia, June 25-29, 2018
  6. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Ride Quality within Conventional and Delta-Wing Aircraft in Formation Flight”, AIAA Journal of Aircraft, v. 55, no. 4, July-August 2018, pp. 1592-1604, doi: http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/pdfplus/10.2514/1.C034754.
  7. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Alternate Trimming Methods for Trailing Aircraft in Formation Flight”, AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, v. 38, no. 10, October 2015, pp. 2018-2024, doi: http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/pdfplus/10.2514/1.G000574.
  8. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Effect of Trail Aircraft Trim on Sweet Spot in Formation Flight”, AIAA Journal of Aircraft, v. 52, no. 4, July-August 2015, pp. 1201-1213, doi: http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/pdfplus/10.2514/1.C032865.
  9. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Benefits of Formation Flight of Extended Duration Considering Fuel Burn”, AIAA paper 2015-2234, Proceedings of the AIAA Aviation Conference in Dallas, Texas, June 22-26, 2015. Best Graduate Student Technical Paper Award.
  10. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Ride Quality Within Trail Aircraft in Formation Flight”, AIAA paper 2015-3325, Proceedings of the AIAA Aviation Conference in Dallas, Texas, June 22-26, 2015. Best Student Technical Paper Award.
  11. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Effect of Trail Aircraft Size on Sweet Spot Location for a Conventional Aircraft Pair in Formation ”, AIAA paper 2015-0011, Proceedings of the AIAA SciTech Conference in Kissimmee, Florida, Jan. 5-9, 2015
  12. Blake, W., Okolo, W., and Dogan, A., “Development of an Aerodynamic Model for a Delta-Wing Equivalent Model II (EQ-II) Aircraft”, AIAA paper 2015-0902, Proceedings of the AIAA SciTech Conference in Kissimmee, Florida, Jan. 5-9, 2015
  13. Kampoon, J., Okolo, W., Sukru, A., Daskiran, O., and Dogan, A., “Wind Field Estimation and Its Utilization in Trajectory Prediction”, AIAA paper 2015-0756, Proceedings of the AIAA SciTech Conference in Kissimmee, Florida, Jan. 5-9, 2015
  14. Kampoon, J., Okolo, W., Sukru, A., Daskiran, O., and Dogan, A., “Aircraft Input Prediction in the Presence of Spatially Varying Wind Field”, AIAA paper 2015-0755, Proceedings of the AIAA SciTech Conference in Kissimmee, Florida, Jan. 5-9, 2015
  15. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Modified Study of Trail Aircraft Trim Effect on Sweet Spot in Formation Flight”, AIAA paper 2014-0541, Proceedings of the AIAA SciTech Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, Jan. 13-17, 2014
  16. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “A Modified Analysis of Alternate Lateral Trimming Methods for Flying Wing Aircraft at Sweet Spot in Formation Flight”, AIAA paper 2014-0543, Proceedings of the AIAA SciTech Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, Jan. 13-17, 2014
  17. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Application of Sweet Spot Determination to a Conventional Pair of Aircraft”, AIAA paper 2012-4402, Proceedings of the AIAA AFM Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Aug. 13-16, 2012
  18. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Aircraft Lateral Trim Using Internal Fuel Transfer and Differential Thrust in Formation Flight”, AIAA paper 2011-6613, Proceedings of the AIAA AFM Conference in Portland, Oregon, Aug. 8-11, 2011
  19. Okolo, W., Dogan, A., and Blake, W., “Determination of Sweet Spot for Trailing Aircraft in Formation Flight”, AIAA paper 2011-6302, Proceedings of the AIAA AFM Conference in Portland, Oregon, Aug. 8-11, 2011

Recent Grants and Awards

Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) for Most Promising Engineer in Government (2019)
NASA Ames Superior Accomplishment Award (2018)
NASA Ames Innovation Fair Winner (2018)
NASA Ames Honor Award (2018)
NASA Group Achievement Honor Award (2018)
NASA Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) Early Career Initiative Award (2017)

Professional Memberships

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Prognostics and Health Management Society
Society of Women Engineers
National Society of Black Engineers
Phi Kappa Phi

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Is otedola a billionaire in dollars?
Otedola is a fitness buff, spending at least one hour in the gym every day. Africa’s 21 billionaires are worth a combined $70 billion.

Instagram photos show a boyish looking Femi Otedola

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Nigerian Billionaire Otedola Sick, Says LawyerOtedola accused Lawan of demanding a bribe from him during the subsidy scam...
Is otedola a billionaire in dollars?
Otedola is a fitness buff, spending at least one hour in the gym every day. Africa’s 21 billionaires are worth a combined $70 billion.

Instagram photos show a boyish looking Femi Otedola

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Nigerian Billionaire Otedola Sick, Says LawyerOtedola accused Lawan of demanding a bribe from him during the subsidy scam investigations.

Nigerian billionaire Femi Otedola could not appear in court on Tuesday as a prosecution witness in the trial of former member of House of Representatives Farouk Lawan due to the ill health.

Consequently, Concise News understands, the trial stalled at the FCT High Court on Tuesday.

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The federal government is prosecuting the former Chairman of Adhoc Committee on Petroleum Subsidy Regime in the House over corruption.

Lawan allegedly demanded to exonerate Otedola’s company from the oil subsidy scam in 2012.

On resumption of the case on Tuesday, the Prosecution Counsel, Chief Adegboyega Awomolo (SAN), informed the court that Otedola, who was giving evidence for the prosecution, was not in court because he was sick.

Awomolo then tendered a medical report notifying the court of the sickness of the oil and gas businessman.

Therefore, Justice Angela Otaluka adjourned the case till June 10 and June 11 for continuation of the hearing.

photos with pals Superstar RMD & Billionaire Dangote 

 

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FEMI OTEDOLA

BORN

4 November 1962 (age 56)

Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria

RESIDENCE Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
NATIONALITY Nigerian
OCCUPATION Businessman
NET WORTH US$300 Million (2019)[1][2][3]
TITLE Chairman, Forte Oil PLC
SPOUSE(S) Nana Otedola
CHILDREN 4, including Florence “DJ Cuppy” Otedola[4][5]
PARENT(S) Sir Michael Otedola

Femi Otedola (born 4 November 1962) is a Nigerian businessman, philanthropist, and former chairman of Forte Oil PLC, an importer of fuel products. Otedola is the founder of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd, and the owner of a number of other businesses across shipping, real estate and finance. He has recently invested in power generation as part of the liberalisation of the sector in Nigeria.

Contents

1Early life
2Fuel marketing
2.1Zenon Petroleum and Gas
2.2African Petroleum
2.3Forte Oil
3Other investments and positions
4Bribery and corruption
5Philanthropy
6Personal life
7References
Early life[edit]

Otedola was born in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State, south west Nigeria, into the family of the late Sir Michael Otedola, Governor of Lagos State from 1992 to 1993.[6]

As a child Otedola wanted to be a Reverend Father but his business instinct started quite early. Otedola said:

“I had my first business at the age of six. It was called FEMCO. I would offer to groom my parents’ guests’ nails. Then, write a receipt and charge them for my service. They paid me too. I always had an interest in business.”[7]

Fuel marketing[edit]
ZENON PETROLEUM AND GAS[EDIT]

In 2003, having identified an opportunity in the fuel retail market, Otedola secured the finance to set up Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd, a petroleum products marketing and distribution company.[8]

As owner and chairman of Zenon, in 2004 he invested N15 billion in downstream infrastructure development and acquired storage depots at Ibafon, Apapa as well as four cargo vessels, amounting to a combined total storage capacity of 147,000 metric tonnes.[9][10] The same year he acquired a fleet of 100 DAF fuel-tanker trucks for N1.4 billion.[9]

By 2005, Zenon controlled a major share of the Nigerian diesel market, supplying fuel to most of the major manufacturers in the country including Dangote Group, Cadbury, Coca-Cola, Nigerian Breweries, MTN, Unilever, Nestle and Guinness.[11]

In March 2007, it was announced that ten banks had approved a syndicated loan of US$1.5 billion (N193.5 billion) to Zenon as working capital to build the largest premium motor spirit storage facility in Africa.[11][12] Later that year Zenon acquired a 28.7 per cent stake in African Petroleum, one of Nigeria’s largest fuel marketers.[13] Zenon also invested across the financial sector, becoming the largest shareholder in a number of Nigerian banks including Zenith Bank and United Bank for Africa (UBA).[8] As well as diesel, Zenon also became an important player in the kerosene market.[14]

In 2012, Zenon was among a number of companies named in a report into an alleged fuel subsidy scam. According to the report Zenon owed the government $1.4 million.[15] It was further reported that Farouk Lawan, the Nigerian legislator who compiled the report, had apparently been filmed collecting $500,000 of a supposed total sum of $3 million from Femi Otedola to remove Zenon from the list.[16] It subsequently emerged that Otedola had previously reported Lawan’s harassment and demands for bribes to the State Security Services, who had orchestrated a sting operation.[17] Lawan was charged with corruption in February 2013.[16]

AFRICAN PETROLEUM[EDIT]

In 2007, Otedola was appointed chairman and chief executive of Africa Petroleum through the acquisition of a controlling stake in the business.[18] In December that year he personally acquired a further 29.3 per cent of the company for N40 billion. A merger of this personal holding with Zenon’s brought Otedola’s total stake to 55.3 per cent.[19]

Following Otedola’s entry into the company African Petroleum’s share price rose sharply, increasing the market capitalisation from N36 billion to N217 billion in six months.[14] In 2008, in response to public concerns over the availability and pricing of kerosene, African Petroleum launched an initiative to saturate the market and sell fuel at N50 per litre from more than 500 service stations across Nigeria.[20][21]

In March 2009, Otedola became the second Nigerian after Aliko Dangote to appear on the Forbes list of dollar-denominated billionaires, with an estimated net worth of $1.2 billion.[22] In October 2009, Otedola announced a move to upgrade African Petroleum’s liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage terminals in Lagos, Kano and Port Harcourt.[23] Difficult economic conditions caused by the slump in world oil prices and credit squeeze of 2008–09 led African Petroleum to record a loss in 2009.[24]

FORTE OIL[EDIT]

In December 2010, African Petroleum rebranded, changing its name to Forte Oil PLC.[25] Otedola carried out a restructuring of the business, focusing on technology and improved corporate governance.[8][24] Forte Oil returned to profit in 2012.[24]

In 2013, as part of the Federal Government’s push to liberalise Nigeria’s ailing power sector, Otedola financed 57% of Forte Oil subsidiary Amperion Ltd, which acquired the 414 MW Geregu Power Plant for $132 million.[26][27]

Forte’s improved financial position and diversification into power generation resulted in a 1,321 per cent rise in its share price during 2013.[24] The first half of 2014 saw the company’s pre-tax profit more than double year-on-year to 4.19 billion naira ($25.7 million).[28] Revenue growth for the whole year was 33 per cent.[29] In November 2014, Otedola returned to the Forbes rich list having dropped off it following the fall in share price during 2009.[8]

In September 2015 Forte Oil sold 17 per cent of its equity to Swiss commodity trader Mercuria Energy Group, giving Forte access to global commodity markets. The deal was thought to have given Otedola an estimated $200 million.[30] In 2019, Femi Otedola sold Forte Oil Plc and announced plans to change focus from oil to power with his company, Geregu Power Plc.[31]

Other investments and positions[edit]

In 1994, Otedola established CentreForce Ltd, specialising in finance, investments and trading.[32] Otedola is also the owner of Swift Insurance.[33]

Otedola is chief executive and president of SeaForce Shipping Company Ltd and was at one point Nigeria’s largest ship owner after extending control over the distribution of diesel products.[32][34] One of his ships, a flat bottomed bunker vessel with a storage capacity of 16,000 metric tonnes, was the first of its kind in Africa.[11]

In January 2006, Otedola was appointed a non-executive director of Transnational Corporation of Nigeria Plc, a multi-sectoral conglomerate established in 2004 by then-President Obasanjo to respond to market opportunities requiring heavy capital investment in Nigeria and across sub-Saharan Africa. He held this post until February 2011.[32][35][36]

Otedola has made a number of real estate investments, including a N2.3 billion acquisition in February 2007 by Zenon of Stallion House in Victoria Island in Lagos, from the Federal Government.[37] The following month he was appointed chairman of the Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja and tasked with driving its expansion and upgrade to a seven star faciility.[38] He is the owner of FO Properties Ltd.[11] Otedola has been reported to be a financier of the People’s Democratic Party and is said to have contributed N100 million to President Obasanjo’s re-election expenses in 2003.[11][16] He was a close ally of President Goodluck Jonathan.[16] He has served as a member of the Nigerian Investment Promotion Council (NIPC) since 2004, and the same year was appointed to a committee tasked with developing commercial relations with South Africa.[39] In 2011, Femi Otedola was appointed by President Goodluck Jonathan to Nigeria’s National Economic Management Team.[40]

Bribery and corruption[edit]

In 2012,[41] Femi Otedola was reported by reliable media houses[42] to have given bribe to Boniface Emenalo and Farouk Lawan who was at then, the Chairman of the House Committee on Fuel Subsidy Regime, “integrity group” a sum of $620,000.[43] The reason reported by witnesses as pertains the actions of Femi Otedola was that he wanted the name of his company removed from the list of firms indicted by Farouq Lawan’s committee for abusing the fuel subsidy regime in 2012 .[44] Farouk Lawan and Boniface Emenalo were at risk of going to prison if found guilty of receiving money from Femi Otedola as receiving of bribe by a government official is an offense punishable by Imprisonment. In February 2, 2013, Both individuals Farouk Lawan and Boniface Emenalo were charged to court by Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Commission (ICPC) their trial was at the Capital Territory High Court in Abuja to face a seven-count charge of bribery, an offense that violates Section 10 (a) (ii) of ICPC Act, 2000 and punishable under Section 10 of that same Act.

Farouk Lawan plead not guilty, and initially so did Boniface Emenalo; however, events at the court of law took an unforeseen turn as Boniface Emenalo eventually admitted he was guilty[45] and, in fact, had received several bribes on behalf of Farouk Lawan. Be that as it may, new evidence provided by the persecution was very concrete as Femi Otedola was caught red-handed in a video of him giving a bribe and Farouk Lawan accepting it.[46][47][48]

Philanthropy[edit]

Otedola has made several donations to the Michael Otedola University Scholarship Scheme, which was established in 1985 to give underprivileged students in Lagos State access to higher education.[49] In 2005 Zenon donated N200 million to the scheme’s fund.[50] Since its inception the scheme has benefited more than 1,000 students.[49]

In 2005, Otedola made a N300 million personal donation to the completion of the National Ecumenical Centre—Nigeria’s primary place of Christian worship—in Abuja.[51] In 2007 he was among a group of donors who gave N200 million to the State Security Trust Fund in a drive to reduce crime in Lagos State.[52] Later that year he donated N100 million to the Otedola College of Primary Education in Noforija, Epe.[53] In 2008 he donated N80 million to the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Port Harcourt.[54] Femi Otedola fulfilled his pledge of 25,000 dollars to the Super Eagles in the match against Algeria in the 2019 AFCON[55]

Personal life[edit]

Otedola’s first daughter, Tolani, is a singer.[56] After she was born, he married Nana Otedola and had two more daughters—Florence Ifeoluwa and Elizabeth Temi—and a son, Fewa.[57] Florence Otedola, aka DJ Cuppy, is a DJ and music producer, as well as a tourism ambassador for Nigeria.[58] Her younger sister, Temi, is a style blogger and aspiring designer.[59] Otedola has homes in Lagos, Abuja, Dubai, London and New York City.[57]

In December 2016, Otedola was embroiled in a controversy where two Toronto-based sisters—Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo—reportedly tried to extort him by cyberbullying and blackmail, claiming they had evidence of Otedola cheating on his wife that they would post on a notorious sex-scandal website.[60] The sisters dispute Otedola’s account.[61] According to their account Jyoti met Otedola, straight out of University, in 2008. He whisked her and Kiran to Nigeria, and began an affair with him. They acknowledge that his gifts enriched them, as did gifts from other wealthy boyfriends, but dispute they ever engaged in blackmail, or even demanding gifts.

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The current Bride price for Nigerian Ladies in 2019 from the Ministry of Women Affairs is out at last,these mber season let nobody bring up any stories,..No buying of gift’s and outings suspended,iPhone can wait fess,all the marriage plan’s are in place already and we the son’s of ZION are ready NOW..

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The current Bride price for Nigerian Ladies in 2019 from the Ministry of Women Affairs is out at last,these mber season let nobody bring up any stories,..No buying of gift’s and outings suspended,iPhone can wait fess,all the marriage plan’s are in place already and we the son’s of ZION are ready NOW..

LADIES, Please check your names and know your Price then ask your ppl to send us E-mail..

1. Patience N77,600
2. Esther N7,200
3. Margret N28,000
4. Joy N99,800
5. Maria N15,000
6. All the Ada is N83,200 but Adaora is 150k
7. Maureen N4,600
8. Nancy N81,000
9. Charity N3,200
10. Irene N62,000
11. Grace N21,000
12. Susan FREE
13. Tina N6,350
14. Loveth N98,000
15. Blessing N8,980
16. Doris/Dorcas N32,140
17. Juliana/Juliet/all d juju- N11,300
18. Emmanuella N81,000
19. Vivian N2,460
20. Cynthia N24,600
21. Racheal N26,000
22. Abigail N17,600
23. Jennifer FREE
24. Rose N61,000
25. Winnie N82,750
26. Tabitha N79,250
27. Peace FREE
28. Ruth N1,200
29. Janet N24,960
30. Sarah N5,500
31. Rejoice N33,200
32. Gloria N41,000
33. Agnes N37,300
34. Nnena N99,780
35. Ifeoma FREE
36. Comfort N49,000
37. Oluchi N50,880
38. Uju N10,000
39. Christabel N37,500
40. Happiness N46,000
41. Dorathy N59,000
42. Vera N63,500
43. Blessing FREE
44. Lucy N16,000
45. Omotena N2,500 + make-up kit
46. Hannah N3,200
47. Florence N800
48. Mercy N21,000
49. Queen FREE
50.Amaka N1500 + ice cream

If u can’t find ur name on this list u can’t marry this year wait till next year batch..even ordinary Amaka & blessing wey dey rein everywhere for Abuja their name’s are here,na u know where u Waka go ..

 

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Ukrainian lawmaker reveals Joe Biden was paid $900K in laundered “lobbying fees” while son Hunter made millions as “adviser” to corrupt gas company

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InternationalUSA TODAY10 Oct 2019 Image: Ukrainian lawmaker reveals Joe Biden was paid $900K in laundered “lobbying fees” while son Hunter made millions as “adviser” to corrupt gas company

As more time goes by we are finding that there is a very large culture of corruption surrounding Joe and Hunter Biden — far more than what’s been revealed thus far.

We already knew that Hunter Biden, the former VP’s son, was hired as a board member and “adviser” by a Ukrainian gas firm, Burisma, that was under investigation for corruption.

We also know that Joe Biden threatened to withhold a billion dollars in loan guarantees from Ukraine in 2015 unless that government fired the prosector conducting the probe. We know that because Biden himself bragged about getting the prosecutor fired last year during a conference hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations.

And we know that while Joe Biden was shaking down Ukraine, Russia was busy snatching the Crimea from Kiev as well as backing an anti-government insurgency in the Donbas region.

What we didn’t know — until now — is that Joe Biden was allegedly getting some payola himself, the same as his son, according to a Ukrainian member of parliament, to the tune of $900,000 in laundered money. 

As per the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency:

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden received $900,000 for lobbying activities from Burisma Group, Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada member Andriy Derkach said citing investigation materials.

Derkach publicized documents which, as he said, “describe the mechanism of getting money by Biden Sr.” at a press conference at Interfax-Ukraine’s press center in Kyiv on Wednesday.

“This was the transfer of Burisma Group’s funds for lobbying activities, as investigators believe, personally to Joe Biden through a lobbying company. Funds in the amount of $900,000 were transferred to the U.S.-based company Rosemont Seneca Partners, which according to open sources, in particular, the New York Times, is affiliated with Biden. The payment reference was payment for consultative services,” Derkach said.

So much more corruption than we ever knew

In addition, Derkach noted that funds were also transferred to other Burisma Group representatives including Hunter Biden.

He then directly accused Joe Biden of abusing his power as vice president in threatening Ukraine. 

“Using political and economic levelers of influencing Ukrainian authorities and manipulating the issue of providing financial aid to Ukraine, Joe Biden actively assisted closing criminal cases into the activity of former Ukrainian Ecology Minister Mykola Zlochevsky, who is the founder and owner of Burisma Group,” said Derkach.

“Biden’s fifth visit to Kiev on December 7-8, 2015 was devoted to making a decision on the resignation of [then Ukrainian Prosecutor General] Viktor Shokin over the case of Zlochevsky and Burisma. Loan guarantees worth $1 billion that the United States was to give to Ukraine was the point of pressure. Biden himself admitted exerting pressure in his speech at the Council of Foreign Relations in January 2018, calling Shokin ‘son of a bitch who was fired’,” he added.

Again, Biden admits doing this on video. And according to Interfax-Ukraine, the timeline of events is proof that the Obama regime linked the Zlochevsky case to the $1 billion in loan guarantees. 

Derkach notes that the facts of the case warrant further investigation, and that the Ukrainian government has the means to do so. 

In fact, as investigative reporter John Solomon notes, Kiev began investigating Joe-Hunter Biden corruption in April after receiving a request to do so in February.

This is important because, as Solomon notes, it destroys Democrats’ claim that President Trump used a July phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky to “threaten” him with loss of U.S. military assistance if he didn’t start investigating the Bidens.

“This was long before the president ever imagined to have a call with President Zelensky. In fact it’s before President Zelensky was even elected. This is a significant shift in the factual timeline. This is information that was omitted from the whistleblower’s complaint,” investigative reporter and Fox News contributor John Solomon told Sean Hannity Tuesday night.

Sources include:

NewsTarget.com

EN.Interfax.com

TheNationalSentinel.com

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Nyekachi Douglas, a 21-year-old U.S. based model has won the 2019 MBGN beauty pageant.  This is what Home Based Footballers and just about Every Home Based Nigerian Laments About lol !

i am just trying to make common sense !

 

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On Friday, October 11, 2019, 21-year-old Nyekachi Douglas was crowned the...

Nyekachi Douglas, a 21-year-old U.S. based model has won the 2019 MBGN beauty pageant.  This is what Home Based Footballers and just about Every Home Based Nigerian Laments About lol !

i am just trying to make common sense !

 

www.modell.i.ng   is for sale rent or lease

On Friday, October 11, 2019, 21-year-old Nyekachi Douglas was crowned the 2019 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria in Bayelsa. [Instagram/SilverbirdMBGN]

21-year-old Nigerian model based in the United States of America, Nyekachi Douglas has been crowned the 2019 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) beauty pageant.

Douglas, who represented Rivers State as Miss Rivers, emerged the winner of the 32nd edition of the beauty pageant.

Miss Rivers defeated 36 other contestants who keenly competed for the crown on Friday, October 11, 2019, at the Gabriel Okara Cultural Centre in Yenegoa, Bayelsa.

Miss Douglas was rewarded with a brand new car as the newly crowned Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria.

imagePictures from MBGN 2019 [Instagram/SilverbirdMBGN]

The new queen will also be representing Nigeria at the Miss World 2019 pageantry scheduled to hold at the ExCel London in the United Kingdom, on Saturday, December 14, 2019.

Other winners of the night include Miss Taraba, Olutosin Araromi who emerged MBGN Universe; Miss Abuja, Pamela Ifejoku, who won MBGN Tourism, and Miss Edo, Akeelah Aminu, who was crowned MBGN Miss Ecowas.

imageMiss Taraba, Olutosin Araromi emerged the 1st runner up and won MBGN Universe at the 2019 MBGN. [Instagram/SilverbirdMBGN]

Themed ‘True Essence of a Woman,’ the 32nd edition of the MBGN also had performances from singer, Seyi Shay and was hosted by MC and comedian, Bovi and Layole Oyatogun.

The event also had a display of the rich Nigerian cultural fashion. The contestants dazzled guests and viewers in their chosen native attires.

imageSinger, Seyi Shay gave a spectacular performance at the 2019 MBGN. [Instagram/SilverbirdMBGN]

The pageant was originally called Miss Universe Nigeria when it started in 1983 and it was later changed to MBGN in 1986.

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