Friday, 17 February 2017
This Is Incredible! See What Happened To This Beautiful Secretary After Been Caught In Act Red-Handed With Her Manager In OfficePosted By: Oladiti Atm - 2:57 pm
On this fateful day we learnt that this beautiful lady pictured was caught in act red-handed making out with her boss inside his office, when a strange woman burst into the office and started giving her a disgraceful beating of her life. Our correspondent was told that every workers in the company were alerted after hearing an unknown woman voice screaming for help without stopping. Immediately they rush in, they were surprised to meet their boss wife pounding on a woman beating her aimlessly for having secret affairs with her husband.
The shameless married man couldn't do anything than to plead after seeing her secret lover been beating blue-black. The video of the scene was recorded & uploaded to the social media to serve has punishment and lesson to the boss of the company, her secretary and cheating married men out their in the society . Note: the explicit video you are about to watch is graphic
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Flying taxi service: The electric EHang 184 can travel at 100km per hour at 300m above the ground, the Dubai transport authority says. Dubai has tested a Chinese prototype of a self-driving hover-taxi, its transport authority said on Monday, with the aim of introducing the aerial vehicle in the emirate by July.
The test of the one-man electric vehicle comes as the city state in the United Arab Emirates seeks to ensure a quarter of its means of transport are self-driving by 2030
The EHang 184 can travel on a programmed course at 100 kilometres an hour (60 mph) at an altitude of 300 metres (1,000 feet), the authority said in a statement.
The vehicle, made by Chinese drone manufacturer EHang, can recharge in two hours and make trips of up to 30 minutes. “The autonomous aerial vehicle exhibited at the World Government Summit is not just a model,” authority head Mattar al-Tayer said on Monday. “We have already experimented (with) the vehicle in a flight in (the) Dubai sky,” he said in English.
The authority was “making every effort to start the operation of the autonomous aerial vehicle in July 2017” to help reduce traffic congestion, Tayer said. The quadcopter is powered by eight propellers, the authority said.
It has highly accurate sensors and can resist extreme temperatures, it said. The emirate is known for its scorching summers. In November, Dubai agreed a deal with US startup Hyperloop One to study the construction of a near-supersonic transport link to the Emirati capital Abu Dhabi. Home to Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower, Dubai is a leading tourist destination in the Gulf, attracting a record 14.9 million visitors in 2016.
Tuesday, 7 February 2017
ATMs have made sending and receiving cash very easy. You don’t really need to visit the bank to perform banking transactions. However, with the increased use of these machines, ATM related fraud has increased.
In some cases, you will receive alerts when you have not used your card. So, don’t just insert your ATM card in any machine. We gather some signs to look out for whenever you use an ATM.
1. Pinhole camera
Almost every ATM comes with a pinhole camera. The camera captures every person who uses the machine. So, before you use the machine, you should check whether the camera has been tampered with or not. A cyber thief may just be waiting at the other end to pounce on your hard-earned money.
2. Check number pad
The number pad usually works alongside the camera. Another number pad is usually placed on the original ATM number pad by the ATM thief. Once the number pad is installed, anyone who uses that particular machine is at risk of losing his money.
3. Beware of the ATM location
It is safer to use an ATM which is located at the bank premises. It is difficult to walk into a bank and manipulate the ATM. We advise that you avoid using random ATMs. And if you don’t trust ATM, you perform your transaction in the banking hall.
4. Using ATMs at odd hours
The wanderer, a person who doesn’t have anything to do, other than to observe and watch every person who uses the ATM in order to dispose them of their money. This usually happens at weird hours of the day. Again, use the ATM situated at a bank.
All You Need To Know About The Richest Black Woman In The World, Folorunsho Alakija – Her Net Worth, Cars, Jets & Houses (With Pics)Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 10:26 pm
Folorunsho Alakija – richest black woman in the world with unbelievable net worth appeared in this world in 1951. It happened in Ikorodu in Nigeria. She studied in Hafodinos Hall and then continued her studying in the Muslim high school. Folorunsho also studied at Pitmen’s Central College, which is situated in London.
The growing of Folorunsho Alakija net worth began very intensively. Alakija’s career started in 1974 when she was assigned as a chief clerk of service ‘Sijiade Enterprises’ in Nigeria. Then she created her own company. Her company was very successful, and in a few years, Folorunsho earned a name in the fashion world. It must be mentioned that Alakija has made an enormous contribution to the development of the Nigerian culture through the world of fashion and since that time Folorunsho Alakija net worth began to increase.
Famfa Oil and Folorunsho Alakija’s private jet
A lot of people in press try to find out as much as they can about Folorunsho Alakija private jet. Well, everything began in May 1993, when Folorunsho was connected to the program of getting a license for exploring the oil (OPL). The license for the oil searching with the area of 617,000 acres (OPL 216) was given for the Alakija’s company “Famfa Oil”. In September 1996, Alakija has signed an agreement for starting the cooperative business with the subsidiary company – “Texaco”, “Star Deep Water Petroleum Limited”. Some time after this it became known that Folorunsho Alakija private jet is one of the most expensive and luxurious in the whole Africa
Folorunsho Alakija’s net worth
Alakija’s net worth is 1.58 billion USD. At the charity basis Alakija has created her own fund, ‘Rose of Sharon’, which helps dowagers and orphans. Specifically, the Fund provides bursaries and grants to start their own business.
Folorunsho Alakija’s cars
The richest woman in Africa has astonished almost everyone by her gifts. At present, Alakija is a business magnate, whose interests extend to such industries as petroleum, printing and fashion. It is surprisingly, but the gorgeous woman has recently bought 4 Mercedes-Benz G-Wagons worth N20m each, a total SUM – 80million, as special gifts for her 4 sons. Now news about Folorunsho Alakija cars have spread all over the country and the press tries to take photos of these amazing gifts every day.
Folorunsho Alakija’s house
By the way, the Folorunsho Alakija house is being currently built in Lagos. It is known that the creator of a future masterwork is a German man, who is famous for his unique designs. The price of this house is more than 600 million dollars and it is supposed to be one of the most expensive one in the country.
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
Ghanaian celebrities who were born rich: Ghana is one country that has produced remarkable talents in contemporary times. In its various entertainment niches, there is no shortage of celebrities. Some of these celebrities come from wealthy backgrounds while others who although, are from average backgrounds have, by showcasing their talents, acquired wealth and fame. Here are top 10 Ghanaian Celebrities Who Were Born Rich.
10. Nadia Buari
We got the dice rolling with Nadia Buari, a talented Ghanaian actress who received two nominations for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2007 and 2009. Her mother is Hajia Buari a beautician and she is the daughter of Alhaji Sidiku Buari, an eminent musician and producer. She sure is daddy’s girl.
9. Deborah Owusu-Bonsu
Dashing Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu is a Ghanaian television presenter, model and academic. She is the sister to Wanlov The Kubolor, a popular Ghanaian hip-life artiste. Their father had a massive stake in Vanef STC, which was a transportation giant in the country. Her mother is Romanian. She also attended University of the Arts London.
8. Shatta Wale
Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., stage named Shatta Wale is a Ghanaian reggae-dancehall musician, who won the award of Artiste of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards 2014. Shatta Wale is the son of Charles Mensah who, it is reported is one of the political juggernauts in Ghana.
7. Ama K. Abebrese
The beautiful Ama Konadu Abebrese, popularly known as Ama K. Abebrese is one of the most successful Ghanaian actresses. She is also a television presenter and producer. She has interviewed famous celebrities such as Harrison Ford, Akon, Neyo, Idris Elba and Rihanna. She won the award for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards 2011. Information abound in Ghana that she is the daughter of one the prominent Ghanaians who fought for the Country’s freedom. She was born in Ghana and raised in UK.
Mensa Ansah, popularly known as M3NSA is a Ghanaian hip-life artiste. He was born in Accra but was raised in the USA and the UK. His father is Tumi Ebow Ansah, an actor, composer, ethnomusicologist, musician and poet. He has been featured in many TV series and has played Leading Roles in several featured films in Europe and Africa such as Farewell to Dope, Genesis Chapter X, His Majesty’s Sergent and award winning film, Heritage Africa in which he played Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the first president of Ghana.
5. Majid Michel
Ghana’s most handsome actor, Majid Michel won the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards 2012. His family owns most of the thriving businesses and distinguished houses in the Cantonment area, a suburb of the Ghana capital, Accra. His father is Lebanese and Ghanaian mother.
4. Yvonne Okoro
Screen goddess Yvonne Okoro is a gorgeous Ghanaian actress who received the award for Best Actress at the Ghana Movie Awards 2010. She is one of the highest paid actresses in Ghana. She comes from a wealthy family and according to various sources; she had her own home in East Legion before she took over the movie scene. Okoro also attended Universite de Nantes in France to study Press Civilization, Drama and Marketing.
Jane Fara Fauzzier Afia Boafowaa Yahaya Awindor, better known as Efya is a Ghanaian neo-soul vocalist, songwriter, performer and actress. She won the Best Female Vocal Performance Category at the Ghana Music Awards for 4 consecutive years, starting 2011. Her mother, Nana Adwoa Awindor is a successful filmmaker. She founded Premier Productions, which produced late television show Greetings from Abroad. Efya also attended NAFTI film school.
Kwame Ametepee Tsikata, popularly known as M.anifest is an award winning Ghanaian rapper and songwriter who won Best Rapper of the Year and Hip-Hop Song of the Year at the 2013 Ghana Music Awards. His father is the legendary Tsatsu Tsikata. M. Anifest is also the grandson of one of Africa’s foremost ethnomusicologists, J. H. Kwabena Nketia.
1. Reggie Rockstone
Reginald Osei, aka Reggie Rockstone is a Ghanaian rapper. Rightly called the Godfather of Hip-Life, he pioneered the Hip-Life movement in 1994. In 2004, Reggie won the Kora Award for the best African Video and he performed in front of a 50,000 person crowd in Ghana, together with Shaggy. Reggie is the son of accomplished fashion designer, Ricky ‘Ricci’ Osei. Rockstone was born in United Kingdom. He attended the elite boarding school, Achimota School in Accra, Ghana.
Tuesday, 31 January 2017
Strongest men in the world: There are many physical skills that go into pro wrestling success. A great wrestler has to combine speed, technique, agility and strength, but sheer Herculean power can get you pretty far all by itself. The following wrestlers were strong enough to make a career out of it. Some formally competed as strongmen, others as powerlifters, but they all ultimately found their way into the ring, where their massive brawn was their primary selling point.
They may not have been technical wizards, and perhaps they didn’t have world championship, hall of fame careers, but they did, for a time, lay waste to their opponents with their unconquerable strength.
10. Great Antonio
A legitimate two-time Guinness record holder — for pulling a 433-tonne train nearly 20 meters and four full city buses — Antonio also forayed into the world of wrestling. He’s best remembered for a disastrous match he had with another Antonio: Antonio Inoki, the ace of New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Despite outweighing his opponent by at least two hundred pounds and being one of the strongest humans alive, Great Antonio’s decision to shoot on Inoki did not work out in his favor. After playing along for several minutes, the Japanese legend eventually decided to legit end this guy with a single-leg takedown and a series of brutal stomps to the head.
9. Ken Patera
Before there was Mark Henry, Chad Gable or Kurt Angle, there was Ken Patera, the original pro wrestling Olympian. Despite winning a gold medal at the 1971 Pan-American Games, Patera never won any Olympic medals. He excelled at one event — the clean and press — and often had a hard time competing with more rounded lifters who could out-total him.
After the clean and press was eliminated from competition, Patera retired from lifting to try his hand at wrestling, becoming a member of the Heenan Family and an early Intercontinental champion.
8. Nathan Jones
Known as “The Colossus of Boggo Road”, Nathan Jones was a 7′ monster who served time in Australia for armed robbery. Why someone the size of Nathan Jones thought he would a) need a weapon to threaten anyone and b) evade detection following an armed robbery remains a mystery. While in prison, Jones focused on developing his body, and upon his release he was able to claim the title of Australia’s strongest man. He rode that success to WWE, where he had no success.
Today, he makes his living playing the giant white guy in Asian martial arts epics; you may remember his famous catchphrase, “RAAAAAAARGH.”
7. Dino Bravo
Canadians hate to brag, and that’s why Montreal legend Dino Bravo billed himself as “Canada’s Strongest Man.” Uh, until Jesse Ventura helped him cheat to break a bench press record at the 1988 Royal Rumble, and then he began to declare himself the strongest man in the world. It never really got him anywhere, although he did memorably do some push-ups with Earthquake sitting on his back. It doesn’t matter that Quake’s feet were on the ground, it’s fine, it’s still impressive.
6. Mighty Igor Vodik
From the antediluvian world that was the 1960’s AWA comes Mighty Igor Vodik! Igor’s gimmick was that he was an unsophisticated Polish dude who loved kielbasa and LOVED ALL THESE FANS. He was kind of a yokel, but he was also supposed to be superhumanly strong, and would perform strongman feats to illustrate that. Not, like, modern strength athlete feats, like circus strongman feats; breaking cinder blocks over his head, bending iron bars, etc.
Igor’s strength won him the love of the AWA fans, but also a one week world title reign in 1965.
5. Ted Arcidi
Known as “Mr. 705”, Ted Ardici earned his nickname by benching the absolutely absurd weight of 705 pounds. Ted was the “World’s Strongest Man” most heavily associated with WWE’s 1980’s boom period, and definitely not just somebody misremembering the Million Dollar Man’s name.
Ted participated in the famous battle royal at WrestleMania II and faced foes like Tony Atlas and Hercules Hernandez. He was taken off television after Ken Patera returned to the WWE.
The wrestling world can handle more than one world’s strongest man (clearly) but it waters the concept down pretty irretrievably to have two on the same roster.
4. Bill Kazmaier
Yes, it’s WCW also-ran and erstwhile Justin Liger BattleBowl partner Bill Kazmaier! Kaz may not have been a spectacular success between the ropes, but his pedigree of sheer strength was unimpeachable. Kaz won the World’s Strongest Man for three consecutive years — 1980, 1981 and 1982 — as well as something called Scottish Power Challenge every year from 1984 to 1989.
If Bill Kazmaier had a legit caber tossing background and his finisher wasn’t grabbing dudes by the feet and forcing them to moonsault onto their own necks, I swear to God.
3. Strong Man
As an American wrestler working primarily in Japan and Mexico, Jon Andersen needed a name that could illustrate the intricacies and nuances of his personality to non-English speaker, and that’s why he went with STRONG MAN.
Despite impressive showings in strength competitions worldwide, Strong Man took first place in only one: North America’s Strongest Man 2003. He’s also never quite broken through in the pro graps game.
2. Braun Strowman
WWE’s current monster heel is also an accomplished strongman. Strowman medaled in more than half a dozen lifting competitions before he joined that swamp cult. I like to imagine Bray Wyatt setting up a table to pass out promotional pens at the Arnold Classic.
It turns out that competitively hoisting absurdly hefty weights over your head is great practice for grabbing people by the neck and lifting them until they pass out. Who knew?
1. Mark Henry
Of all the “strongest men” in the history of pro wrestling, no one has had the longevity of Mark Henry. Fresh from the 1996 summer Olympics, Mark Henry has been a fixture on WWE television for more than twenty years. Although he’s been used properly for a vanishingly small fraction of that time, he still managed to win a world title or two, as well as establish his very own Hall of Pain.