(ADVERT) WHAT YOU STAND TO GET WHEN YOU BUY KWESE CABLE TV

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Kwese Cable Tv is now in Nigeria and has extremely unique qualities that would make you desire to have it over other cable televisions. A combo of Kwese’s satellite dish and decoder costs N10,960 (with free installation

Subscribers are also offered a free subscription to Kwesé TV’s full entertainment and sports bouquet for the first 30 days.

You can subscribe either every three days, weekly or monthly for just N990 and N1,850 and N6,275 respectively.

Good and affordable services

Exceptional contents

If you have an existing dish that is compatible with Kwese TV, then you can buy the decoder only.
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(ADVERT) SO, DID YOU MEET THAT SPECIAL PERSON OVER A DRINK? THEN THIS COMPETITION IS FOR YOU. £ 10,000 FOR GRABS…


Ihis is not a film trick, so don’t let it pass you by. The Mogford yearly competition for food and drink writing is here again and entries will be accepted between 26th October, 2017 and 3rd January, 2018. In essence, the closing date is 3rd January, 2018. (12 noon, GMT)

What you must do to clinch this mouthwatering prize

Your story (whether crime or intrigue) must be linked to food and drink, that is, food and drink must be at the heart of the tale (it could be about a chance meeting over a drink; a life-changing conversation over dinner or perhaps the details of a relationship explored through food or drink)
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Your story must be interesting to read for all Mogford hotel guests (So, if I were you, I would get story formats that are likely to be enjoyable by hotel guests.)

Your short story should have a maximum of 2,500 words. There is no minimum and the title is not included in the word count.

ELIGIBILITY and RULES

Must be 18 years above, any nationality, must be your work (no plagiarism), must be submitted in English, must be an unpublished story, must be saved in Microsoft Word format and submitted via Mogford online form on their website, your story must be double-spaced and the word-count noted at the top of the first page, your short story must have no name or address; personal details should only be entered on the form, once a story has been submitted, ammendments wont be allowed, so consider carefully before submitting your story.

ENTRY FEE

* £10 for each submitted short story; payment is via an online submission form.

RESULTS

* The Long List of 25 will be announced by 21st February 2018.
* The Short List of 4 will be contacted by 1st March 2018. They will be invited as Jeremy Mogford’s guests to the Mogford Party on Wednesday 21st March 2018 and hosted for the night in one of the Mogford hotels in Oxford. In addition, the short-listed candidates will attend a select dinner. All travel expenses will be met by Jeremy Mogford, including, where necessary, economy flights. The three runner-up entrants will receive £250 each.
* All shortlisted stories will be published on the Mogford Ltd. websites and will remain in the public domain for one year until the announcement of the 2019 Mogford Prize winning entry. The winning entry will remain on the Mogford Ltd. websites indefinitely.

ULTIMATE WINNER’S PRIZE

The results of the 2018 Mogford Prize will be announced at the Mogford Prize Party on Wednesday 21st March 2018 on their website the day afterwards.
The winning entry will receive £10,000 and an inscribed prize.
The winning entry will be read by an actor and uploaded to the StoryPlayer website.

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THE GRAVE CALL (SUICIDE NOT AN OPTION!)



The setting was kind of different, Chelsea intuited with her eyes closed; there was no rhythm, din, food aroma or phone beeps. She was perplexed as to what happened to the furniture, electrical gadgets, fun images, families and friends she once used to see. She inquisitively opened her eyes and noticed that she was in a non-capacious room; a coffin.

Chelsea soon realized she was all alone. She instantly sought ways to leave the place that was no room to swing a cat. All combat efforts were futile except her soundless wish. In a jiffy, Chelsea was out. She gasped when she sighted rows of gravestones that stood erect in silence at all corners like a sea of the dead.

The place was spooky. She ran unsteadily oblivious that she was stepping on other people’s graves. This perhaps angered the occupants as the air suddenly froze; the only sound in the atmosphere was the rustling of dry leaves in a terrifying manner. Chelsea could see shadows aside hers. She frightfully looked back and saw hundreds of fierce young faces. She was filled with fear and ran faster than her legs; but not for too long. She was soon surrounded with ghostly figures ready to pounce on her. For every eye she looked into, she could decipher their end; they all committed suicide with the hope to find solace after death. Chelsea instantly knew whatever she came here for was not yet here for her. It wasn’t her time yet. The grave had made the wrong call this time.

Chelsea woke up from the ghostly nightmare panting heavily. Staring right back at her were some suicidal objects. She instantly cleared them and made up her mind never to attempt suicide again irrespective of the earthly trauma but to keep striving till one day things get better. Story written by Ogefash

(Advice: The graveyard is very quiet and lonely, don’t be in a hurry to end a life you can not create. Defeat fear, worries, pains, depression, sickness, death, evil voice, suicide call and stand strong. Just keep pushing, striving, persevering, and one day, just one day, you would be the next in line for EXTREME GREATNESS. Suicide should not be an option!)

ARTICLE WRITTEN BY OGEFASH’S STYL MEDIA HOUSE. NO PLAGIARISM AND IF YOU MUST LIFT, PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE!

THE REAL REASONS PEOPLE TELL LIES ABOUT AN EMAIL THAT THEY HAVE NOT EVEN CREATED


“Hi there, so my email address is emmmm, mmm, what’s that email again, yeah, it is simply “joro@joro.joro.joro_ojoro.com”. LOL!

So, have you come across people that when you ask them for their email address, rather than tell you that they do not have an email, they outrightly cook up an email address that doesn’t exist. Like the example above and there are many more that are like that. Some emails actually look real, but then they do not exist, because the accounts have not been created by the person.

So, why do people lie about an email they have not created? it is simple

Low self esteem, intimidation, fear of being ridiculed, “I belong”, weakling
I really think this is very common with youths.

So, are you the one I am talking about? If yes, then you don’t need to do that anymore. If someone approaches you and demands to have your email addy, you don’t have to lie about it or cook up fake emaails; all you need do is just to say “Sorry, I have not created an account, but now that you have mentioned it, I would immediately do that, thanks.”. It is as simple as that.

So be strong and do the right thing.

If you truly feel shameful about not having one and you sincerely want to have, it is very simple. Just ask google, where you are sure to find all answers relating to earthly questions.
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Meanwhile, I am wondering the school where most of their students like to give people emails that do not exist, I have one school in mind sha…

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ARTICLE BY OGEFASH’S STYL MEDIA HOUSE. PLEASE, NO PLAGIARISM, AND IF YOU MUST LIFT, ACKNOWLEDGE.

I WANT TO SPEAK HAUSA TODAY (CLASS 14)




Do you have an Hausa friend or customer, and you feel like surprising them by speaking their language? Ogefash’s blog has got you covered. Put down a word, and we will translate it in Hausa for you. Today’s words…

YOU: KA/KU; TOO:MA; I LOVE: INA SON
ENG: I LOVE YOU
HAUSA: INA SON KU

ENG: I LOVE YOU TOO
HAUSA: INA SON KU MA

WOW! SEE HOW THESE UNILAG STUDENTS CELEBRATED THEIR LAST DAY…



So, it is no longer news that the University of Lagos which prides itself as the ‘First Choice University’ just churned out thousands of graduates from its great institution.

So, Ogefash’s Blog took out time to party with the outgoing students of Adult Education Department, University of Lagos.
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Sounds of merriment indeed filled the air as these students danced and feasted with so much ecstasy

Dance Dance Dance!

Sign out Words from the students

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