See The New Luxury Hotel Worth N10billion Lionel Messi Just Bought (Photos)

Lionel Messi purchases four-star hotel for £26m in beach town down the coast from Barcelona

The Barcelona star has purchased hotel in beach town 40km from city
Messi has paid 30 million euros for the hotel which boasts stunning views
Recently renamed MiM, prices at the hotel start from 250 euros per night
Barcelona star Lionel Messi has purchased a four-star-hotel in a beach town close to the Catalonian city.

The Argentine has bought the luxury hotel, which has 77 rooms, for 30million euros (£26.01m), according to Spanish newspaper Expansion.

The hotel, which boasts a panoramic terrace overlooking the sea and stunning views, is situated close to the beach and seafront promenade of Sitges, 40km from Barcelona.

Recently renamed MiM and built in 2013, prices at the hotel range from 250 euros to 300 euros per night.

The Barcelona forward has recently established a new company for investment in hotels and apartments under the name of Rosotel. According to expansion, Messi is president and his brother Rodrigo is sole administrator.

Messi follows rival Cristiano Ronaldo in purchasing hotels - the Real Madrid star owns four hotels in a £54million investment.

The hotels are located in three cities linked to his career: Funchal, Lisbon and Madrid – and another in New York.

In October, the Portugal international officially opened his new flagship hotel in his homeland, 'Pestana CR7 Lisboa'.

Checkout Empress Njamah's Beautiful Christmas Photos & Messages To All

Actress Empress Njamah is a beauty that keeps on getting better as the day goes by. She is a darling and a blessing to the Nigeria movie industry and to the less privileged people in the country as she made it a duty to help people by founding organization on that "Empress Njamah Foundation.

The Nollywood darling shared this beautiful Christmas picture and messages on her Instagram page wishing everyone a Happy Christmas and wonderful new year ahead. In one of her numerous messages:

Compliment to you all as we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ! Whom later gave his life for us! The question is, what have we done in return to appreciate our Lord?its not too late to be thankful to him, rather than curse, hate, betray,envy,live a fake life, find fault n backstabbing others!

Let's sit, think n make a change! Love ourselves , care for the needy , be our brothers keeper! Start by loving ourselves n the rest will fall in place!

Merry Xmas all!

Why you should always pick your friends call (moral lesson)

During the burial of this young man, another young man was crying out his heart. He wept uncontrollably that many people kept wondering what is wrong with him.

The mc dropped the microphone and went and took this weeping young man to a corner, calmed him down and he started to explain.

He was with the guy that died the day he met his death. He drove off first and on getting to a particular spot, he noticed that some armed robbers were getting ready to block the road and resume operation. He managed to escape.

He started calling his friend to tell him what he saw, that he should remain where he was. This friend would not pick his call. To him: “why is he calling?

He should know that I am driving right behind him”. He refused to pick the call as this guy kept calling and calling. Finally, he drove into the now ready armed robbers and they pumped countless bullets on him.
He died on the spot and armed robbers stole his car. This man was crying because he knew his friend killed himself. Many of us are just like this.

Are you the one buying the credit for him or her? Pick your call when your phone rings and know why you are been called. If the phone rings twenty times in one minute, pick in all occasions. He was saving credit for his friend because I am driving straight to where he is, he met his death.
You are in an occasion and you are calling someone you are looking at because you want to pass a crucial information, he ignores the call and is walking up to you instead, even when you are making sign that he should pick the call.

It is possible that this caller didn’t want you to come near him because he wanted to code something. Pick your call and say hello.

Some people will not pick calls from numbers they don’t know and I wonder:

Note something, there is no one individual that knows up to 1% of the world population. Is it not insanity for you to restrict your life to just 1% of global population? What of the remaining 99%? Many people have missed life saving opportunities because they refused to pick a particular call.

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Fulani herdsman kills two, injures many in ekiti.

Suspected Fulani herdsmen on Friday night invaded Oke Ako community in Ikole area of Ekiti State, killed two and injuring many. They reportedly stormed the community with dangerous weapons such as, automatic gun, bows, arrows , swords, and  machetes.

The killer herdsmen invaded the community in large numbers, caught the people of the community unawares.

The villagers had to scamper for safety in the bushes to escape the onslaught of the killer herdsmen, who according to reports were hacking the hapless villagers with their deadly weapons.

The invaders had shot sporadically into the air and killed one Lekan Arosanyin and a yet to be identified person, while four others sustained various degrees of injuries and were said to be receiving treatment at a private hospital in Ado Ekiti, the state capital.

Funke Akindele Storms Unilorin Campus.

Nollywood Actress Funke Akindele popularly known and called by her Stage Name “Jennifer” the host of the Episode comedy show “Jennifer Diary” Funke Akindele Stormed Unilorin in a show organised by the Unilorin SUG The event tagged “Redefined Dinner & Awards Nite 2016” which held at the UNILORIN Multipurpose Hall..

The event Kicked off late at 11PM which lasted for 3hrs where she performed live in Mph of the school.
She was highly welcomed by both the provost and the students of the Better by Far Institution, Where Some Students Organized to Performed Jennifer Diary Clip to Show their Love..
Below are some of pictures taking while on stage..

5 Nigerian Stews, Sauces You Can Make Without Tomatoes

Tomatoes is a favourite staple in Nigeria, and so, a large number of people who cannot cope with the inflation in its price are hesitant to make the widely enjoyed stew and are now seeking alternative ways to make sauces with which to complement their daily meals.
In a bid to find a solution, we have put together a list of 5 economical, local stews and sauces that can be made without tomatoes.

Garden egg sauce

A very popular delicacy in the southern parts of the country, Garden egg sauce can substitute for the tomato stew any day. The basic ingredients needed include: Garden eggs (either purple “aubergine”, white or green), palm oil, smoked fish, ground pepper (either chili or scotch bonnet), iru (rinsed), onion, crayfish and salt to taste. It can be used to eat rice, yam or plantain.

Banga stew

Popularly referred to as Ofe Akwu, banga stew is a palm nut stew native to the Igbo tribe of Nigeria. While making this stew can take a lot of time as you have to extract the palm oil juice from the palm nuts, it is usually worth the stress in the end as the taste is absolutely yummy. The only ingredients you need include: palm fruits or palm fruit concentrate, beef, dry fish, vegetable (scent leaves for ofe akwu or dried and crushed bitter leaves for Delta-style banga soup), onions, crayfish, stock cubes, iru, salt and chilli pepper (to taste)

Ofada stew

Also called “Ayamase”, Ofada stew that is usually made to go with a special kind of local rice referred to as Ofada rice. The sauce can however be used to eat normal white rice, yam, plantain and even spaghetti. The sauce is pretty easy to make and the only ingredients you need include: unripe habanero peppers, green tatashe or green bell peppers, locust bean seasoning (iru, ogiri okpei or dawadawa), red palm oil, onion, crayfish, assorted meat and fish.

Miyan Kuka

A delicacy from the northern part of the country, Miyan Kuka is also known as the Boabab leaf stew. It is a favorite of the Hausa tribe and is usually served with white rice. The key ingredients for preparing this stew include : beef, onion, dried fish, hot peppers (washed, soaked and flaked), kuka [baobab] leaves (pounded to paste), dawadawa(fermented dried seeds of the African locust bean pressed into a ball or a cake), yaji(suya seasoning), a pinch of potash, palm oil, seasoning cubes and of course, salt to taste.

Pumpkin leaf sauce

Pumpkin leaf, otherwise known as Ugu, is one of most widely used vegetables in Nigeria. Pumpkin leaf sauce which is not only very tasty but also very healthy is basically a sautee of fluted pumpkin leaf and onions. It certainly does not taste a long time to cook. The ingredients needed include: chopped pumpkin leaves, seasoned beef or chicken, sliced to strips (optional), meat stock, vegetable oil, chilli pepper, onion bulb, seasoning and salt to taste.