Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Chatwing Chat Tool: Make Your Site Enjoyable By Embedding Chatwing

Chatwing Chat Tool: Make Your Site Enjoyable by Embedding Chatwing
 Make Your Site Enjoyable by Embedding Chatwing

Chatrooms are always a fun place to lounge by have a conversation with friends or people you don’t even know. However, the same thing could be said when you want to form bond with the viewers on your site. Getting a chatting tool like Chatwing would even be better as this one could really take chatting on a whole new level. If you’re planning to embed this one on your site then you can do so through these very easy steps.

First is getting an account. It’s very easy to complete since the registration process will only need an email and a password.

Chatwing Register1
After you have registered an account, you’ll be redirected to the Dashboard page. This is where you’ll create your chatrooms or edit the ones you have already made. However, since this is your first time, you only have one chatroom. Choose that for now, and click the Use Chatbox button.

Chatwing-Dashboard, Website Chat Tool, Chatwing Messenger
Chatwing Dashboard
Chatwing-Embedded Options, Chat Tool, Chatwing Chatting Tool, Website Chat Tool
Chatwing Embedded Options

The Embedding Page is where you’ll choose how to utilize your chatroom. We’re going to embed it on your site so choose the Embedded Options tab. You’ll see the chatroom’s html code here. But before that, you need to adjust the size of your chatbox using the scroll bars provided. There’s a preview window on the side that will show the changes you’ve made.

After making your final adjustments, simply copy the code below which are encased within the Javascript box. Paste that into the appointed place in your site and save your progress. Refresh your browser and you’re done! The chatroom should be there ready for you to use.

Chatwing Embedding Pasting
Chatwing Embedding Done, Chatwing Chatting Tool, Web Tool,
Chatwing Embedding Done
Note: In case the Javascript code won’t work, replace it with the iFrame code. You can find it just below the Javascript box.

Pretty easy don’t you think? But it doesn’t stop there. Chatwing can be further augmented by modifying it in the Customization Panel. You can access it through the Dashboard by pressing the Customize Chatbox button. You can change every little detail of you chatroom, personalize it and truly make it yours.

Chatwing Customize
Chatwing Customize
Here’s an example of a modified chatroom.

Chatwing Chatbox - Modification
Chatwing Chatbox – Modified
Chatwing is improving its features and functions to deliver a better performance for its users. And anyone can use it too, since it’s totally free.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Premarital Sex: Essential 10 Reasons Why Sex Should Wait Until Marriage

Premarital Sex, Sex After Marriage, Marriage Guidance
Premarital Sex: Essential 10 Reasons Why Sex Should Wait Until Marriage
Premarital Sex: 10 Reasons Why Sex Should Wait Until Marriage

This is RutterMama's opinion on the matter, I wonder what your opinion on premarital sex is. Breaking news, I'm not a virgin.

1, Sex is a powerful force that can destroy if not used properly.
Like atomic power, sex is the most powerful creative force given to man. When atomic power is used correctly it can create boundless energy; when it is used in the wrong way it destroys life. Sex is the same kind of powerful force. Sex is a gift from God to give us the greatest pleasure, to help in creating a deep companionship with one's spouse and for procreation of the next generation. But if you play with this powerful force outside the bounds of marriage, it destroys you and those close to you.

2, Intimate activity for young people arrests their psychological, social and academic development.
Studies show that when young people engage in premarital sex, their academic performance declines and their social relationships with family and friends deteriorate. This is because adolescents are too immature to deal with the explosive sex drive and it tends to dominate their life.

3, The majority of women cannot enjoy sex outside of the bonds of marriage.
The development of a fulfilling sex life needs the security and peace of the marriage bond. Premarital sex usually takes place sneaking around in hidden places dealing with the fear of being caught, the fear of pregnancy and feelings of guilt. All these (worrisome) factors undermine pleasure in premarital sex, most especially for women.

4, Virginity is to be given to the most important person in your life, the person you committed yourself to stay with forever in marriage. Your virginity is the most precious thing you have to give to your spouse. Once you lose it, nothing in the world can bring it back. Don't lose something so precious in a thoughtless way.

5, Those who engage in premarital sex run a high risk of contracting one of the many venereal diseases rampant today, as well as losing their fertility. Not just AIDS, but other common disfiguring diseases like herpes have no cure.

6, Some venereal diseases have no symptoms and many couples discover many years later that they became infertile because of these diseases. Infertility experts estimate that 80% of today's infertility is due to venereal diseases contracted before they married.

7, The best and only method that guarantees 100% against AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases is to wait for marriage to have sex and maintain fidelity in your marriage.

8, Premarital sex breaks the 10 Commandments given by God.
The 10 Commandments are given to man by God to make man happy. They are not outdated and they are not restrictive. If we follow these laws, we can create happy and prosperous lives. If we don't follow them, we will pay a heavy price in divorce, disease, abortions, illegitimate children and loneliness. Modern men make a big mistake when they think that they can break these eternal laws and not suffer consequences.

9, Premarital sex runs the risk of conceiving illegitimate children.
Numerous scientific studies show that the children of single mothers suffer psychologically and are less successful socially and academically than children from intact families. Above all, children need both their father and their mother. It is wrong to risk having children who will never have their father's love, protection and care.

10, If you date and you don't have sex, you can forget about that relationship when you stop dating.
But if you have sex with those you date and then break up, the nature of intimate involvement creates strong, often unpleasant memories for your whole life. Every relationship you break up where you had intimate relations is like a mini-divorce. The psychological difficulties of these mini-divorces does damage to your character. Later, when you are married and go to bed with your beloved spouse, these unpleasant memories will accompany you. 

True love waits. If a boy or girl truly loves you, they will want the best for you. They will not want you to suffer fear of disease, unwanted pregnancy and the psychological difficulties of premarital sex. They will want to experience love with you only in the very best place of all - the love nest of marriage.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Femi Fani Kayode Should Be Taken In And Refrained From Making Hateful Speeches Against The IGBOS - Oby Ezekwesili


Femi Fani Kayode Should Be Taken In And Refrained From Making Hateful Speeches Against The IGBOS - Oby EzekwesiliFemi Fani Kayode Should Be Taken In And Refrained From Making Hateful Speeches Against The IGBOS - Oby Ezekwesili
Femi Fani Kayode Should Be Taken In And Refrained From Making Hateful Speeches Against The IGBOS - Oby Ezekwesili
Femi Fani Kayode Should Be Taken In And Refrained From Making Hateful Speeches Against The IGBOS - Oby Ezekwesili
Femi Fani Kayode Should Be Taken In And Refrained From Making Hateful Speeches Against The IGBOS - Oby Ezekwesili
Honest I don't understand this dude FFK.
Femi Fani-Kayode is challenging a whole ethnic group to a debate. That's laughable! What purpose would a debate on the Tribe with more historically accomplishment serve our country at this time? Is it going to improve our country's GDP? What vain debate would include reeling out names of women of other tribes one allegedly had intimate affair with, all in a bid to prove a point or was it meant to be a rub-in?
Nigeria's former minister of Education Mrs Oby Ezekwesili has asked relevant government agency to take in her former colleague, Femi Fani Kayode and stop him from writing further hateful speeches that can disintegrate Nigeria. See more of her Tweets


Monday, August 05, 2013

Picture of the Day: Classic Marriage Proposal

Picture of the Day: Classic Marriage Proposal, Relationship Tips, Beautiful Photo
Picture of the Day: Classic Marriage Proposal
Now that's what I call a marriage proposal. He said yes to the smell of your poopoo, you should at least say yes to his engagement ring lol.

A Rejoinder: On The Igbos – Of Femi Fani-Kayode’s Ignorance And A Proud Display Of It By Ayokunle Odekunle

A Rejoinder: On The Igbos – Of Femi Fani-Kayode’s Ignorance And A Proud Display Of It By Ayokunle Odekunle
A Rejoinder: On The Igbos – Of Femi Fani-Kayode’s Ignorance And A Proud Display Of It By Ayokunle Odekunle
What really have my fellow Yorubas contributed to Lagos State? What have they contributed to Lagos State that they have not been able to contribute to Ibadan, Osogbo, Ekiti and Akure? Apart from being Academicians and brilliant administrators, I dare say that the Yorubas have not contributed anything of note ECONOMICALLY to Lagos State.

Through the course of my stay on this earth, albeit short, and my interaction with people both good and bad, I have learnt one very important lesson: IGNORE IGNORANT PEOPLE.

However, in as much as one might be tempted to ignore the ignorant, it is imperative to call them to order for some reasons. Firstly, ignorance could be contagious. Once an ignorant person basks in the euphoria of his ignorance and is proud of it, others are tempted to emulate him; thus, ignorance spreads. Again, I know I will be accountable to God on judgment day and if I fail in my duties to call an ignorant person to order and stop the spread of ignorance, I will have committed an infamita (heinous crime in Sicilian language).

I read Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode’s article titled “Lagos, The Igbos and the Servants of Truth” with mixed feelings. At the same time I was sad at the way he derided the Igbos, angry at his proud display of ignorance, irritated by the arrogant tone which swept through the write-up and then a strong urge to ‘educate’ him a bit.

I felt worse with the feeling that Mr. Fani-Kayode would have given himself imaginary pats on the back for that poorly written write-up which is devoid of logic but instead laced with half-truths and vexatious fallacies.

Before going further, I should state here that I am Yoruba like Mr. Fani-Kayode and I have no Igbo roots whatsoever. I however have a strong aversion for distortion of facts and injustice. To me, his piece is just a subtle continuation of the injustice, ill treatment and maltreatment the Igbos have been made to undergo in Nigeria right from Independence till now.

Perusing through his article, I have only been able to decipher one message which is that ; THE IGBOS DID NOT DEVELOP LAGOS.

Before I distill my issues for determinations and go into the nitty-gritty of my argument, I have to inform my dear readers of the background facts that led to his infamous write-up.

Sometime last week, it was reported that 76 Igbos were ‘deported’ from Lagos to Onitsha, Anambra State. The Lagos State Government felt that as destitutes, they should go back ‘home’ but the 76 ‘deportees’ still claim that they do not qualified to be called destitutes.

While arguments have gone back and forth on this subject, I refrained from joining issues with anybody in as much as I am so disgusted that one can now be ‘intra-deported’. It means Governor Ajimobi of my state can now deport Hausas back to their states? I find the idea utterly classless.

I expected Fani-Kayode as a lawyer to state his case as regards the deportation issue, only for him to start go on about ‘How Igbos did not develop Lagos’. To me, that is akin to acute ethnocentrism.

These following issues formed the basis of his write-up and I would attempt to showcase why his arguments and postulations should be dismissed with a mere wave of the hand.
  1. Are The Igbos not the most industrious people in Nigeria?
  2. What really have the Yoruba contributed to the growth of Lagos State?
  3. Was Lagos developed by Yoruba money?
  4. Should The Igbos consider it a ‘favour’ from the Yorubas that they were allowed to claim back their properties after the civil war?
  5. Is Lagos a no-man’s land?

Are the Igbos the most illustrious and industrious tribe in Nigeria? Without thinking twice or mincing words, I will say YES!

I believe that only a deliberately mischievous person will question the illustriousness of the Igbos. The Igbos are so illustrious that they are capable of turning nothing into something. While they have their vices (like every tribe), the spread like ants wherever one of them settles and they bring nothing but economic development to the place.

Perhaps, no greater example of Igbo illustriousness abounds than the Civil war story. After the Civil war, Obafemi Awolowo who was a Minister in charge of the Economy under Gowon formulated a rather wicked, inhuman and obnoxious policy which was that Igbos, no matter how much they were worth before the civil war will only be given 20 POUNDS to start life with.

Still, the Igbos survived and within a short time, with the paltry 20 pounds aided with some uncommon common sense, the Igbos shot up back to the top of the Economic ladder and controlled major sector of the Nation’s economy of which Lagos forms the fulcrum.

What really have my fellow Yorubas contributed to Lagos State? What have they contributed to Lagos State that they have not been able to contribute to Ibadan, Osogbo, Ekiti and Akure? Apart from being Academicians and brilliant administrators, I dare say that the Yorubas have not contributed anything of note economically to Lagos State.

From the Big Banks in Victoria Island, to the Computer Village in Ikeja, to Ladipo Spare Sparts Market, to Alaba International Market, the Igbos hold the reins of the major economic activity in Lagos State. My Yoruba brothers are more of ‘subsistence business men’.

Was Lagos developed by the Yoruba money? No! Let us not forget that Lagos has always been the major city in Nigeria right from when the Europeans found their way into West Africa. Lagos has always gulped majority of Nigeria’s budget which has been used to make the State a major one.

Let us not also forget that Lagos State was built was oil money. As Capital city of the country, special attention was paid to the aesthetical growth and infrastructural development of the state.

The Igbos with their uncountable and numerous investments in the State have also made the State’s economy particularly buoyant. If I may refresh our memories, Nigeria’s first Millionaire, Late Sir Louis Ojukwu had majority of his investments in Lagos (many of which are still in Apapa) ,while the Yorubas were still doing small-scale business.

Till now, Lagos gets the bulk of Federal allocations and is also home to many Multi-Nationals, many of whom have Igbos as core investors. Mr Fani-Kayode’s claim that Lagos was built “through our (Yorubas) hard work and money” is both spurious and outrightly laughable.

In the 3rd paragraph of his article, he said “Meanwhile the Yoruba of the old Western Region and Lagos were very gracious to them and not only allowed them to return after the civil war to claim their properties….” I find this particular assertion appalling.

What is the gracious act in allowing me take back what is mine? What was the favour the Yoruba people did to the Igbos by allowing take back their properties in Lagos after the civil war? So if the Yoruba people were not going to be ‘gracious’, what would they have done? Seize the properties? Claim ownership of property that they did not work for?

Again, Mr Fani-Kayode while trying to appear as overly smart has only succeeded in putting in Italics a question mark over his claim to be a ‘Nationalist’. Nationalists don’t come up with the above quotation as it negate everything a Nationalist and non-biased Nigerian should be.

Is Lagos a no man’s land? Yes… and No!

I said No because Historically, Lagos State is a Yoruba state and a Yoruba State it shall remain. No matter how long visitors stay in Lagos, they will at the end of the day go back home while the real indigenes will stay behind.

However, I am saying Yes because due to the influx of Nigerians from all tribes into Lagos and also due to the massive investment they have made in Lagos, it will only be fair to say that Lagos cannot be called a Yoruba State per se. I believe Lagos is Nigeria’s center where the bulk of money is made and expended on. You cannot keep calling Lagos a ‘Yoruba’ state when it was built to its current enviable state through the efforts of ALL Nigerians and also with the generous input of Oil money; Money made from the improvished Niger-Delta.

I make it bold to say that Mr.Fani-Kayode with his write-up has only cemented the wide notion that he is an unrepentant ethnocentric and eccentric, who believes his race to be superior to all others. While a little ‘patriotism’ is not bad, one should not close his eyes to the truth and cold hard facts.

I also believe that as a one-time Federal Minister, he should know better than to insult the sensitivity of a particular ethnic group. In as much as Mr Fani-Kayode is short of people who see him as role models, it will still be a gross disservice to the very little who see him as role models because all they will be gaining from their role model is pure, crude, unrefined and undiluted ignorance.

On a last note, I affirm the theme of my write-up which is ; The Igbos do not deserve what was meted on them in the past, what is being meted on them now by the Lagos State Government and Mr. Fani-Kayode. I believe Nigeria owes a lot of its economic development to the Igbos and they should be honoured, not dishonoured.

From Chinedu who left Abakaliki to sell spare parts in Lagos, to Nnamdi who has decided to be the majority shareholder in a multinational which has its headquarters in Lagos and which pays tax to the Lagos State Government, to Eloka who left Anambra to become a film Producer in Lagos, to all countless Igbos who are toiling hard to make it in Lagos, while contributing to making Lagos what it is today, they deserve our utmost commendation and not condemnation.

Ayokunle Odekunle tweets from @0ddy4real

Friday, August 02, 2013

Picture of the Day: Can You Spot Anything Wrong With This Picture?

Picture of the Day: Can You Spot Anything Wrong With This Picture?
How smart are you? Can You Spot Anything Wrong With This Picture?

Tell me what you saw!!

Lagos State Denies Forcible Ejection Of 67 Anambra Indigenes, Claims They Are Destitutes

Lagos State Denies Forcible Ejection Of 67 Anambra Indigenes, Claims They Are Destitutes
The Lagos State Government denied forcible ejection of 67 Anambra State indigenes.

Stressing its determination to eradicate the cart pushing in the state, the government said it would begin mass arrest of cart pushers today.

Addressing journalists after the monthly security meeting, the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Umar Manko, said the state government only resettled the 67 Anambra indigenes.

He said: “What happened was that the state government did rehabilitation and resettlement of the citizens from other states. And these were those who came to Lagos and turned into destitute.

How does Lagos State Goverment resettle Lagos indigenes who are destitute?

However, the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) Publicity Secretary in Lagos State, Mr. Joe Igbokwe, has warned those who want to make politics out of the destitute moved from Lagos to Anambra State to desist from such.

Speaking at a press briefing yesterday in Lagos, Igbokwe said: “The truth of the matter is that Lagos has said it would not accept a situation where people board buses from Sokoto, Ibadan, Aba or Onitsha to come to Lagos to beg and in the night sleep under the bridges and roads sides, thereby constituting danger to themselves and to the society at large.

“Most of those people that are picked up are mentally retarded, terribly abused, sexually dehumanised, hungry, weak and have memory lost.

“What Lagos does was to pick them up and take them to rehabilitation centres where they are rehabilitated until they are strong enough to talk and give account of themselves.”

Igbokwe said before they were moved to Onitsha, the Lagos State Government wrote a letter to Anambra State Government on the matter, but there was no reply until the state decided to move them.

He said: “Now the political jobbers call this deportation. Lagos does not deport people, it is the home of all Nigerians, but the state frowns at people who come to Lagos to become a threat to security of lives and property.”

Monday, July 22, 2013

Is The International Community Subtly Implementing Sexual Orientation Terrorism Foreign Policy?

Is The International Community Subtly Implementing Sexual Orientation Terrorism Foreign Policy?
We are under pressure from the international Community to sign the Gay Rights Bill into law in Nigeria - FG

The Federal Government of Nigeria has indicated that they are under pressure from the International Community to sign the Gay Rights Bill in Nigeria.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Olugbenga Ashiru, stated this as he accused the international community of hypocrisy, insisting that Nigeria would not sign the Gay Rights bill or abolish the death penalty without reviewing the constitution.....

The minister said that Nigeria does not impose its culture on other countries and as such it was wrong for anyone to attempt to impose a foreign culture on the nation. According to him “This thing must be understood because we have been under pressure about this issue of Gay Rights. It is not part of our own culture, you need to understand that. It needs to evolve. Let us get to that stage of understanding that two men can marry, and then we will get to the bridge and cross it.

But please let foreign diplomats educate their various governments that you cannot come overnight and impose values that are not part of our tradition on us. Don’t impose it on us that we must allow it in our constitution. If we are talking about democracy, democracy is about free choice, free association you don’t force values on others"
In a crude sense the international community is terrorizing Nigeria and the African continent into signing into law the Gay Right Bill. To whose benefit in particular? The Nigerian populace who don’t want it? The international community’s personal interest and hidden agenda?

Democracy is the government of the people, by the people, and for the people if I’m not mistaken. If the people have said they don’t want something a certain law, is it not democratically right not to pass such law? That the international community adopted gay right bill or a certain law that suits them doesn’t make the law right or normal.

Instead of pressuring Nigeria to sign the Gay Right Bill into law and Nigeria don’t want such immoral law, the international community should simply adopt all gays and lesbians in Nigeria, naturalize them into full citizens with full benefits of their respective Gay Right Bill countries and also fully integrate them into juicy elevated positions in the private and public sector of the society. Hopefully if they do that they won’t start another discrimination of black LGBT members. The international community should throw their embassy doors open to grant any gay/lesbian visa into their country to seek gay right bill asylum.

Nigeria won’t pressurize them to adopt her culture. It’s just someone that practices religion ‘m’ forcing his/her religion on someone that practices religion ‘q’. Let the dead bury the dead. I won’t be surprised if the international community backs under-aged marriage bill that is recently causing commotion heating up the body polity. They definitely will provided there’s a gain from it for them!

I ask the question again; Is The International Community Subtly Implementing Sexual Orientation Terrorism Foreign Policy?

What is your take?

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Photo of the Day: Mikel's Lecherous Stare


What is our brother Mikel Obi starring at? Dude completely forgot the mic in front of him. Unless he was asked to identify the girl by starring at her a** lol!!

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Quote of the Day: You Can’t Change Other People...

“You can’t change other people. You can only change yourself. Everyone’s got problems. You learn from them, you live with them, you move on. It’s a choice you make if you want to have a happy life. Nobody’s perfect. People are different and that’s what makes them so interesting.”- Lorraine Bracco

You Can’t Change Other People

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