No amount of rigging will stop Donald Trump’s emergence as president of US, says Nigerian prophet*cautions Trump to be wary of spiritual attack

 The man who foresaw both the emergence of Goodluck Jonathan back in 2010 and subsequent emergence of Muhammadu Buhari both as president of Nigeria has said that no amount of rigging by the Democratic Party of America in Favour of Hilary Clinton will stop Donald Trump from becoming the next president of the United States. 

 

Prophet Emmanuel Chukwudi told Jungle Journalist on the phone yesterday that there are palpable fears in the camp of the Democrats, who are planning furiously to rig the elections in favour of Clinton, whose husband is a former president. 

 

Speaking from the headquarters of his ministry, King of Kings Deliverance Church, Mgbo Court, Ohaukwu Local Government in Ebonyi Nigeria, the prophet cautioned that Trump will be spiritually attacked, and may be harmed just to stop him from becoming the president. Hear him:

 

“God says mightily to me that nothing will stop Donald Trump. I am seeing where Obama and Hillary Clinton plans to rig the election but God says to me in a strong voice that Obama and his rigging machine will fail. Their strategies will fail. As long as the Lord Gid has spoken, Donald Trump will emerge the President of America. Nothing will stop Trump from becoming President of America. Barack Obama will be stubborn and refuse Trump from getting sworn in. There will be a very great problem in America because of this.

 

“I saw a great calamity coming against America due to this, and I also saw Trump getting spiritually attacked. I saw the attack, and Donald Trump must pray against such an attack so that it doesn’t destroy him. 

 

“The truth is that they don’t want him in America. But another truth is that he is the one God has sent to correct the wrongs done against America, the wrongs done against the world. They don’t want Trump to emerge because they know that he is the one with the solution to the problems of the world. That is the solution that will make the world a better place. He is the next President of America. He will be sworn in as america’s next president, whether they like it or not”.

 

Prophet Emmanuel Chukwudi can be reached: +234 703 750 3690

South East Fashion Week to hold December


The first ever South East Fashion Week has been slated to hold in December, later this year.

According to award-winning model Vitalis Ifeanyi Ochu, who is also the CEO of Ideallook Fashion Nigeria, the show, titled ‘East of the Niger Fashion Week’ is to be the biggest fashion show East of the Niger.

Speaking to Jungle Journalist News Corporation in an exclusive interview, Ochu said forms will be available for fashion designers to pick from September 5.

The fashion guru, who has modelled for Legendary Gold, and other top modelling giants also said his organisation is one of the foremost modelling and fashion companies in the South East, and have organised fashion shows like Malinda Neno Fashion Show, and Snapp Style Runway. Ideallook also collaborated with TWS, The Wedding Showcase, which by the way, is the biggest wedding showcase in the Southeast.

The event, Jungle Journalist learnt, will hold on the 3rd of December, tentatively in Enugu, the Coal CIty.

Forms can be picked from the company headquarters at No7 Edinburgh Road, off Zik Avenue, Enugu.

Fashion designers, modelling companies and professional tailors in the South East, according to him, will get a chance to interact and connect with international fashion/modelling agencies and organizations.

The company can also be reached online via: info@ideallook.com.ng, http://www.facebook.com/theeastofthenigerfashionweek.com, +234 8066532889

Save this child with cancer of the eyes now!


From Fejiro Oliver:
My appeal: This girl must not go blind… 
(2 Years Old Baby Down  With Cancer of the Eye in Sapele)
Yesterday I received a distress call from a notable and respected personality in Sapele here informing that there is a family in Sapele here who needs urgent attention. 

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Deep within me I was thinking it was a child’s play not until I visited the family few minutes ago.

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As I am typing this Worden’s my hands are still shaking.

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Behold little Miracle Eyitemi (female), 2 years and 8 Months down with cancer of the eyes.

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I wonder why nature should subject this little girl to such pains.

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The father Mr Eyitemi Magistrate said little miracle has been receiving medical treatment at National Eye Centre Kaduna for some months now, but she could not complete the treatment pending the surgical operation because of lack of funds, he said he spends close to a N100,000 on each appointment date. But at present there is no more money to fund the trip to Kaduna for the treatment and that made the condition of the eye worse.

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He said the last time they had an appointment with the eye specialist they were told that if urgent attention is not giving to the right eye, it will affect the left eye and that will result in total blindness.

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As it stands now the family needs 750, 000 (Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira) to foot the medical bill of little miracle, yes the amount may be high but it is little. If 750 people donate N1000 (One Thousand Naira Each) we would hit the target. If 1500 people donate N500 each we will still hit the target.

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Please am pleading with all those with good heart , let us assist this family to save a life.

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She sure have a great destiny if not this would not have happened.

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Below are the information about her and the family, both the bank details of the father and the address. You can reach them to confirm:

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Address: No 22 Old Ogorode Road, behind Adoma High school.

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Account Number: 5522030839

Account Name: Eyitemi Magistrate

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Bank Name: Eco Bank.

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Phone Number: 07039155543

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Please, let’s not turn a blind eye to this. Share this post if you can till it gets to the right people.

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May God bless you as you do good and lastly let us also put the little child in our prayers.

Pls save this child from going blind!


From Fejiro Oliver’s page: 
My appeal: This girl must not go blind… 
(2 Years Old Baby Down  With Cancer of the Eye in Sapele)
Yesterday I received a distress call from a notable and respected personality in Sapele here informing that there is a family in Sapele here who needs urgent attention. 

.

Deep within me I was thinking it was a child’s play not until I visited the family few minutes ago.

.

As I am typing this Worden’s my hands are still shaking.

.

Behold little Miracle Eyitemi (female), 2 years and 8 Months down with cancer of the eyes.

.

I wonder why nature should subject this little girl to such pains.

.

The father Mr Eyitemi Magistrate said little miracle has been receiving medical treatment at National Eye Centre Kaduna for some months now, but she could not complete the treatment pending the surgical operation because of lack of funds, he said he spends close to a N100,000 on each appointment date. But at present there is no more money to fund the trip to Kaduna for the treatment and that made the condition of the eye worse.

.

He said the last time they had an appointment with the eye specialist they were told that if urgent attention is not giving to the right eye, it will affect the left eye and that will result in total blindness.

.

As it stands now the family needs 750, 000 (Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira) to foot the medical bill of little miracle, yes the amount may be high but it is little. If 750 people donate N1000 (One Thousand Naira Each) we would hit the target. If 1500 people donate N500 each we will still hit the target.

.

Please am pleading with all those with good heart , let us assist this family to save a life.

.

She sure have a great destiny if not this would not have happened.

.

Below are the information about her and the family, both the bank details of the father and the address. You can reach them to confirm:

.

Address: No 22 Old Ogorode Road, behind Adoma High school.

.

Account Number: 5522030839

Account Name: Eyitemi Magistrate

.

Bank Name: Eco Bank.

.

Phone Number: 07039155543

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Please, let’s not turn a blind eye to this. Share this post if you can till it gets to the right people.

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May God bless you as you do good and lastly let us also put the little child in our prayers.

18 Nigerians working with Facebook you probably haven’t heard of


Without a doubt, Mark Zuckerberg’s visit to Nigeria is a pointer that the young billionaire is beginning to take Nigeria seriously. But that didn’t happen suddenly. You’ll find proof  in the increasing number of Nigerians on his payroll.

Chukwuemeka Afigbo

Chukwuemeka Afigbo joined Facebook from Google, where he served until 2015 before being replaced by Aniedi Udo-Obong.

Afigbo currently manages Strategic Product Partnerships for Facebook in Sub-Saharan Africa and has been instrumental in Mark Zuckerberg’s Nigeria tour.

Ime Archibong

Ime Archibong is the Director, Strategic Partnerships at Facebook, where he leads a team working to connect Facebook’s products and strategies with various business partners.

Archibong and his team have worked on everything related to Facebook including the Messenger app. Prior to joining Facebook, Ime was an Advanced Technology Business Development Professional at IBM.

Nmachi Jidenma

Nmachi Jidenma manages Payments and Commerce Partnerships for Facebook Global, right from the heart of San Francisco Bay Area.

With previous experiences working at PayPal, Google and JP Morgan, she also happens to be the founder of CPAfrica.

Ebele Okobi

Ebele Okobi has headed Public Policy for Facebook in Africa for the past 2 years. She was the former Global Head & Senior Legal Director, Human Rights for Yahoo!

Laurence Aderemi

Laurence Aderemi built Moni, a person-to-person money transfer app, which won the 2013 edition of Start with e-novation.

Apparently, his competence got the attention of Mark Zuckerberg, who hired him to head Payments and Commerce Partnerships for Facebook Global.

Morin Oluwole

Having been raised in Nigeria but lived in 3 continents, Morin Oluwole is a polyglot — she speaks about 5 languages. This is probably why she sealed a role as the Chief of Staff, VP Global Marketing Solutions at Facebook.

Morin Oluwole has since taken up a new position as the Luxury Vertical Lead for Facebook/Instagram.

Lauryn (Hale) Ogbechie

Lauryn Ogbechie leads a Strategic Partnership team within Facebook’s Global Platform Partnerships organisation in Menlo Park, CA. In this role she partners with mobile developers to help them build, grow and monetise their apps through the integration of Facebook platform products.

Prior to Facebook, Ogbechie worked as a digital organiser for President Obama’s re-election campaign.

Francis Ebong

Francis Ebong joined Facebook in November 2015 where he has since acted in the capacity of Director, Online Operations. Francis is a graduate of The George Washington University.

Teniola Adedipe

Prior to joining Facebook, Teniola Adedipe served in two capacities within Konga, in the space of 14 months. She started out as the Head, Merchandise Planning in January 2014, she then went on to become Associate Director, Retail Operations.

Teniola Adedipe is now the Program Manager, Deal Desk & Global Agency at Facebook, New York City area. 

Monica Ugwi

Still relatively new at the company, Monica Ugwi works with the Product Operations division of Facebook. Prior to that, she was an Engagement Manager for McKinsey & Company and an Analyst at Goldman Sachs.

A graduate of Computer Science, Ugwi also holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Ibrahim Shekoni

Ibrahim Sekoni is Facebook’s Product Specialist at San Francisco Bay Area. His previous experience no doubt played a huge role in blending him into Facebook.

Prior to joining Facebook, he was the Mobile Product Manager at optionXpress where he managed the top-rated mobile trading App across multiple Mobile platforms. He also worked as a Business Analyst at Phoenix bits LTD overseeing various operations. He joined Facebook in April 2015.

Olaoluwa Okelola

Olaoluwa Okelola is one of the few Nigerian-born software engineers at Facebook.

Having completed his secondary education at the International School Ibadan, Okelola proceeded to Avi-Cenna International School and Howard University, Washington DC, to complete his secondary and university education respectively. He then joined Microsoft as Explorer Intern in January 2005 and left in August the same year for Google where he worked as an Engineering intern from May 2006 until August 2006.

Okelola joined Facebook in 2007 and has been there ever since.

Barbara Mbanefo

Barbara Mbanefo is another Nigerian-born software Engineer at Facebook, where she develops iOS applications that help businesses connect with their customers.

Mbanefo completed her primary and secondary education in Nigeria before proceeding to France to obtain her Masters degree in Software Engineering. She speaks French fluently. Prior to joining Facebook in May 2016, Mbanefo worked as a Software Engineer and a Mobile App User Experience Designer in France, Canada and Hollywood, California

Kunbi Adeyemo

Kunbi Adeyemo has served in two capacities at Facebook. Between 2013 and 2014, she was on the Facebook North America Small and Medium Business Team as a Customer Insights Analyst.

In December 2014, Adeyemo moved up to the San Francisco Bay Area, where she has since served as Facebook’s Diversity Programs Manager – Women in Computer Science.

Isaac Nwokocha

After obtaining a First Class degree in Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 2010, Isaac Nwokocha tried his hands out on entrepreneurship; he co-founded two startups, including real-time road traffic web app, TrafficDey.

Probably deciding he had had enough of entrepreneurship, Nwokocha proceeded to Stanford for a Master’s Degree in Management Science and Engineering. No sooner had he completed his Masters Degree than he secured a role as a Product Data Integrity, Community Operations/Project Manager at Facebook.

Michael Awotedu

Armed with an MBA in Finance (summa cum laude) from the University of Tampa John H. Sykes College of Business, Michael Awotedu works in Risk Program Management at Facebook where he helps to facilitate strategy, and execution for Risk Management on products like FB games, Oculus VR and Ads.

Prior to Facebook, Awotedu oversaw Risk Management for Walmart’s $30 billion check cashing portfolio.

Jane Okpala

With almost 10 years of strategic, analytical, negotiating, presentation, and management expertise, Jane Okpala is the Product Specialist (Social Good and Goodwill), Community Operations, at Facebook.

A polyglot in her own right — she speaks at least 4 languages — Okpala worked previously as an Associate at McKinsey & Company where she served mainly technology and financial institution clients on a wide variety of analytical and strategic engagements

Dapo Olopade

Dapo Olopade started her career as a journalist Washington, covering the 2008 campaign and the Obama era for publications including The Atlantic, The Guardian and The Washington Post.

Nowadays, Olopade applies her wealth of journalistic experience on the Facebook Media Partnerships Team, where she helps publishers take advantage of Facebook, from a business and product perspective. She maintains a painstakingly detailed personal website.