Cost Of Renting A Room and Parlour Selfcontain Apartment In Lagos


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We Look at the Cost of renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Lagos, due to the fact people have been asking for a more detailed cost of rent around Nigeria

Lagos is most populous city in Nigeria. It is the second fastest-growing city in Africa and the seventh in the world. The population of Lagos according to the Lagos State Government, was 17.5 million. These figures are however disputed by the Nigerian Government and judged unreliable by the National Population Commission of Nigeria. The latest reports estimate the population at 21 million, making Lagos the largest city in Africa.

Lagos is a metropolitan area which originated on islands separated by creeks, such as Lagos Island, fringing the southwest mouth of Lagos Lagoon while protected from the Atlantic Ocean by long sand spits such as Bar Beach, which stretch up to 100 kilometres (62 miles) east and west of the mouth. From the beginning, Lagos has expanded on the mainland west of the lagoon and the conurbation, including Ikeja (which is the capital of Lagos) and Agege, now reaches more than 40 kilometres (25 miles) north-west of Lagos Island. Some suburbs include Ikorodu, Epe and Badagry, and more local councils have recently been created, bringing the total number of local governments in Lagos to 57.

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Lagos is ₦500,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦4,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦60,000 per year.

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Ajah, Lagos is ₦400,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦800,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦60,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Alimosho, Lagos is ₦250,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦420,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦100,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Gbagada, Lagos is ₦500,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦1,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦144,000 per year.

Ibeju Lekki
The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Ibeju Lekki, Lagos is ₦250,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦450,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦100,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Ikeja, Lagos is ₦400,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦4,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦60,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Ikoyi, Lagos is ₦1,600,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦14,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦360,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Ikorodu, Lagos is ₦150,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦350,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦60,000 per year.

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Isolo, Lagos is ₦400,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦4,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦100,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Lekki, Lagos is ₦800,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦4,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦60,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Magodo, Lagos is ₦450,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦650,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦250,000 per year.

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Yaba, Lagos is ₦350,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦4,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦78,000 per year

The average price of 1 bedroom flats for rent in Surulere, Lagos is ₦400,000 per year. The most expensive flat costs ₦900,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦150,000 per year

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Pastor Kubwa Gives Away 22 Cars, Millions Of Naira To Mark His Birthday


The Senior Pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, Joshua Iginla, on Sunday gave out 22 cars and millions of naira ranging from N50,000 to N500,000. The pastor, who celebrated his birthday and that of his wife at the service, also unveiled 33 book titles written by him.

While awarding the cars, among which were 10 SUV cars to the beneficiaries, the pastor challenged the well-to-do in the society to assist the less-privileged. The pastor, who said that he had tasted poverty and knew how it felt, said the less-privileged of today could become important personalities tomorrow.

Pastor Iginla said: “My birthday is all about giving to the needy. What I do here is just 10 per cent of what I do secretly. I don’t give to show up; I give to teach people and to provoke them to give. I have many people on scholarship, I have widows on my payroll, we have rescued prostitutes and empowered them with skills acquisition programmes, I have orphans I am taking care of.”

“I have schools of the handicapped that we have been assisting and the physically-challenged students irrespective of their religions. Gospel is practical, not only spiritual,” he added.

Francis Duru, Alex Usifo and Fathia Balogun, six of whom were benefited from the car awards.

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Big Brother Winner; Efe Money: “I Want To Help Upcoming Artistes Blow In The Industry”


Former Big Brother Nigeria winner Efe Ejeba popularly known as Efe Money has revealed he constantly conceives the desire of helping up and coming artiste to make it in the music industry.

Efe also revealed that the constant backlash he gets from people concerning his music career does not get to him as it doesn’t even make him better. He said that the only reason he gets better is because it is only normal for him to develop as an artiste as he can’t always be the same artiste everyday.

Efe said; “I don’t think the backlash I got from people has made me a better singer. It is just normal to always want to be better than you were yesterday. As an artiste, I have been growing. I don’t think there is something I am doing now that I wasn’t doing before.

“I think I am enjoying the grace of God. If you ask me how I grew up, I cannot tell you. You don’t determine certain things; it is just grace. All I do is to produce music every day, make different sounds and continue to grow.

“I also have so much interest and passion in helping people around me. I may not have so much but I have been helping people in my own little way; I don’t just make noise about it.”

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Osinbajo Shares Inspiring Story Of UNILAG Junior Typist He Helped And It trending On Social Media

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has shared an inspiring story which is trending of how diligence and hardwork paved the way for a junior typist identified as Adereni to become an adviser to Hon. Bola Ajibola, who became a judge of the World Court.He added that Adereni later got him a car as a show of gratitude.

The law professor shared this at the 10th Convocation ceremony of Lead University, Ibadan, the Oyo State Capital held on Thursday, November 9.
‘University Degree Not Enough To Be Successful’ – Osinbajo
He also shared it on his Facebook and Twitter accounts and it has gone viral gathering lots of shares and retweets.
Read the story below;
While I was teaching at the University of Lagos, as a young lecturer, in the department of Public Law in the Faculty of Law, there were 3 typists in the department. The chief typist, senior typist, and the junior typist. Because in those days before laptops and personal computers, typists in universities had to do a lot of work and they were very important because you always needed to type all your materials.
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Father Mbaka Resurrects Dead Baby During Church Crusade

Prominent Christian cleric, Father Mbaka prayed over the corpse of a dead child in Enugu State and life was reportedly restored miraculously to the body.
According to reports, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka allegedly resurrected a dead baby during a program at the Adoration ministry in Enugu State, yesterday.
According to social media users who shared the photo online, the child was brought to the crowded crusade in a box and handed to the priest who then revived her after praying for her before returning her to her family.

Image showing Father Mbaka during the resurrection 

In the photos, Fr. Mbaka is seen at the altar, bending over the child who was lying on the box. In a different photo, he was seen handing the child back to her mother.
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7 MAJOR Reasons Why Guys Don’t Like Dating Virgins

7 MAJOR Reasons Why Guys Don’t Like Dating Virgins

Reasons Why Guys Don’t Like Dating Virgins – Let me explain. As a young naive boy, I had tons of female friends but never even had a kiss with anyone. Not that it bothered me back then because I was more into playing football and my studies than I was into girls (weird but true). Then it all changed when I caught some of my seniors in the hostel back then watching porn and discussing their sex life with girls in school. I was barely in JSS3 but I was intrigued. “This sex thing sounds interesting after all, let me give it try”, my 14-year-old self-thought cunningly.

To cut the long story short, it took me over 6 years after my first inquest into sex to loose my virginity. Not for lack of trying. I think it was fate that made me keep that ‘idiot’ for so long. After the shackles of virginity were lifted off my shoulders, I noticed that I myself detested virgins (female virgins). I never wanted to date any virgin and just avoided them by all means (dated a few back then but that was after love trapped

I thought I was alone in this school of thought until I found out from many virgins that most guys run at the sound of the word “virginity”. So why do (most) guys hate virgins? Firstly, before we commence. We (especially girls) need to understand that men are visual in nature not emotional. Men are sexual beings and are sexually driven. The earlier women accept this the easier time they will have understanding men. They are attracted to girls with nice asses not nice personalities (at least at the beginning of a relationship, of course, we care about personality but I’m talking about initial attraction here).

1. The virgin stereotype This stereotype says that virgins are naive, ignorant about sex, dull, prude, have to be handled carefully, care-less about a man’s sexual needs, too emotional, extra careful, play too hard to get etc.  Dating a virgin to many guys is a burden, someone you would have to encourage to kiss, someone you would have to beg to reach second base.

Remember guys are physically aroused. Virgins come across as choosy, love conscious and will rebuff a guy’s sexual advances. Most guys would ask, “why the stress?”

2. The icing on the cake Most times a guy likes a girl and goes after her ‘aggressively’. During the ‘toasting’ stage, he is all about love and isn’t deterred when the girl tells him of her ‘virgin’ status. He is love-struck obviously. He tells her “I want you for who you are not for the sex”. She’s like “awwwww, that’s so sweet of you Kelvin”. They start dating.

Did he mean it? Obviously. Will he mean it in a few months time? Hell no. When his sexual genes begin to take effect, his eyes begin to wonder and his hands begin to feel some soft God made portions of her body, no one will tell Kelvin that although this cake is sweet, icing will make it perfect. He begins to ask her for icing, she reminds him of his earlier “I don’t care if you are virgin” stand. The sexual friction begins to take its toll. Three things would happen; she gives in and loses the virginity to him, she doesn’t give in and he cheats on her to get the icing from somewhere else or they break up. Sad ending right? Guys think this far and ask themselves, “why the stress?”.Super glue nature: A few years back, a friend of mine.

3. Super glue nature A few years back, a friend of mine. Let’s call her Becky (not her real name). She is beautiful with a body to die. She asked me to disvirgin her. No joke. I liked her but being the man that disvirgined a girl I hardly felt anything for scared the hell out of me. I couldn’t. Are my alone in this school of thought? Nope. But why? Simple. 

Most virgins are clingy 95% of the time. A girl kept her virginity for so long, the guy that takes it away has to be special to her and when he does, she never forgets him. A lot of girls get clingy and kinda devoted to the guy that takes her virginity. To prove my point, no girl ever forgets the name of the guy that disvirgined her. Ask around.

So why would a guy in this economic recession be entangled with a girl that can’t stay away from him because she lost her virginity to him? He would ask himself, “why the stress?”

4. Opening the floodgates Remember Becky from number 3? Yes the girl that begged me to disvirgin her. So she was finally disvigined by another guy and according to her was enjoying sex so much that she had had sex with about 5 guys as of last year. This was a girl that was a virgin for 25 years andin two yearshad done the nasty with 5 other guys. The floodgates have been opened.

I asked myself, so not only would I be the one she would forever remember as her first, I would now have the guilt of opening the door for other men to enter? No way. Some guys would ask themselves, “Why the stress?”.

5. Impatience Let’s use John and James’ story to understand this point. So John just started seeing Blessing who is not a virgin, after a few days of dating, they both do the nasty. She has done the nasty before and he also has experience. They both bring their external experiences together to make a mind blowing sexual adventure. James on the other hand is seeing the shy, and reserved Kemi who is a virgin. Sex comes up and she shrugs him off. After sometimes, it comes up again, she agrees to try it but is scared. He has to “talk” her through it.

Tell her it’s going to be okay. Makes sure she doesn’t hurt. Makes sure he takes it easy with her. Makes her feel comfortable. Tries it the first time, she cries and stops. Tries it a week after, same result. After a dozen trials, she finally gets comfortable but with her lack of experience, sex for James is boring and uneventful.

John is enjoying his love life and his sex life while James is struggling on both ends of the rope. They meet and while discussing, John asks James, “why all all stress?”

After a while, I causally made the “sex move”, she gently rebuffed my advances. I locked up (became unbothered). She then gave me an ultimatum, let’s date for a year and then we do the nasty. I said OKAY. Getting to a year, we started having friction and I knew deep down I wasn’t going to spend much time with her anymore. She was still a virgin mind you. A few weeks after our first year anniversary, we saw and as expected she came prepared to be disvigined but I ended up breaking up with her. Why? I could have taken her virginity and still broken up with her right?

We weren’t working and I didn’t want to dirvigin her and break up with her too. That would have been heartbreaking for her. So we parted ways. She cried but I felt in my heart that we did the right thing. Fast forward about four years after our breakup, she wasn’t a virgin any longer, one thing led to another we did the nasty as “just friends”. Difference was I didn’t have to break her heart to get in her pants. We still friends till now. Good guys ask themselves, if it’s sex I want, why deceive a virgin with love and end up breaking her heart, “why the stress?”.

7. Fling Lastly and the most glaring reason why most guys detest virgins is because they are interested in a quick fling and not a long term committed relationship. A guy that loves you would see beyond sex but in the same vein, will most girls that love a guy see beyond money?

It begs to ask the question, “WHY THE STRESS?”

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This festive season, Nigerians has planned to buy Laptops, Phones, cars among other with interest expected to have gotten from their MMM Mavro interest. Their hope was dashed to the stone when the news broke loose this morning from the Admin of MMM to all MMM member saying it is to help prevent any problems during the New Year season. And also to tackle the media frenzy that has been going on in the country. See the message below:

According to the Admin, all members should be calm, this measure will be cancelled. By 3weeks all frozen Mavros will be released.
This is going to affect the technology market in Nigeria as this is the only hope for some Nigerians to purchase new laptops and phones this Xmas season.
By the time they come back by January, so many people might want to get help. MMM members hopes the site unfrozen their Mavro by January 2017.
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Pregnant Women 16 Rescued From Aba Baby Factory

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The Abia State Command of Directorate of State Service, DSS, has rescued 16 pregnant girls from a ‘baby factory’ in Aba.
Parading the young girls, yesterday, in his Umuahia office, the state Director of DSS, Mr. Matthew Obodoechi, said the girls and women whose ages range between 17 and 37 were rescued on June 17, 2013.
Obodoechi gave the name of the home as Cross Foundation International, located along Anyamele Street in Umungasi area of Aba.
According to Obodoechi, proprietor of the home, Dr. Hyginus Ndudim Orikara, has been arrested. He vowed that the medical practitioner would be prosecuted.
Ironically, the medical doctor is said to be in the employ of Abia State Government, which has been actively involved in the fight against the “baby factory” menace in the state.
The DSS director expressed worry that menace of baby factory was fast becoming a new crime trend in some South-East states.
He said: “It is another kind of kidnapping where babies are snatched at point of birth and sold. It is a big shame, a big problem and it all boils down to the kind of values we have in the society today. Life is not valued.”
Dr Orikara, however, denied running a baby factory, saying, his Cross Foundation was legitimately registered as a charity home.
He said babies were not sold after delivery but released to go and nurse them, explaining that the charity home witnessed large number of girls because “we are running operation nurse your own baby.”
According to him, girls with unwanted pregnancy are brought to the home for them to be encouraged and assisted to carry their pregnancies to full term, deliver and nurse the babies.
But Obodoechi dismissed Orikara’s claim, insisting that confessional statement by the pregnant ladies showed that the doctor was indeed engaged in the baby factory business.
According to him, “the ladies upon delivery are given a paltry sum of N50,000 and sent away while their babies are sold to people from different parts of the country.”
He noted with regret that some persons had chosen to hide under the cover of non-governmental organisations, NGOs, to perpetrate various forms of illegal activities, including baby factories.
He said: “Those hiding under the cover of NGOs to perpetrate modern form of slave trade are warned to abstain from such illegalities as security agencies will stop at nothing to ensure that they are apprehended and made to face the law.”
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Good Reasons Why Lovers Must Have Séx Before Marriage

A lot of teens these days are taking something called the “purity pledge,” wherein they vow not to have séx until they get married. Hey, I’m all  people putting off séx until they’re ádults and can handle the rámifications. Because even  safe séx, séx comes  responsibilities.
It does tend to emotionally bond you to someone, and that can mean getting emotionally attached to the  person. Once séx enters the equation, a relationship is never the same. But one woman recently wrote about her “purity pledge” that went 

It led to an incredibly short starter . Once she realized that she and her new husband had absolutely zero séxual chemistry, she counted down the days until she could get a divorce, which happened six months into their . Here are five reasons to get rid of that purity pledge and do the dirty  you say “I do.”
Séxual chemistry.
Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, who kept her “purity” until her wedding night, writes in Salon:

“Our bodies wanted different things from one another, so what we ended up with was a horizontal battle. I would hear married girlfriends talk about the joys of make-up séx and continue to sip my coffee in silence. We would fight, and then have bad séx and then fight some more. Every flaw in our marriage and in him seemed much more miserable when combined with the possibility of faking orgasms until death did we part. There was no relief. Six months into our marriage, the idea of separating seemed more appealing than feigning headaches for the rest of my life.”
As Jessica found out, séxual chemistry is something that can really only be ascertained by, well, having séx. Jessica would make out for hours with her husband before their marriage, so she thought that would translate into awesome horizontal mambo. But it didn’t.
Séxual identity.
I know too many couples where one partner was able to cover up his or her true séxual pérsuasion because he or she simply didn’t have séx with anyone. Not having séx with the opposite séx can also mean you ignore those longings you might have for the same séx, and therefore don’t acknowledge them.
Séx itself.
Not everyone is great in bed, and most people don’t start out very good at all. A lot of good séx is about listening to your partner and being able to respond accordingly. But how do you know if someone is a good listener or responder unless you try it first?
Don’t you want to know if your husband is packing a hunting rifle or a tiny little plastic kid’s pistol? After all, he knows how big your boobs are. I’m not saying size would be a dealbreaker, but don’t you have the right to know what’s down there?
Séxual issues.
Séxual problems like prémature éjaculation, inability to get an érection, or even an allergy to your partner’s semen are all possibilities, wouldn’t you rather deal with those issues before you’re married?  way you know if your future is even going to address them.
Let’s face it, séx plays a big role in marriage. Just like you should discuss children, religion, and where you both want to live before tying the knot, séx is too big a part of a relationship to leave to chance.
NOTE: this is not according to Naijamayor  but from the Huffington Post.
So with these révelations, do you agree it’s a good idea to have séx before marriage?
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