How to build a budget house in Nigeria

Building a house in Nigeria can be a challenging and complex process, but with the right knowledge and resources, it is definitely possible to construct a safe and comfortable home for yourself and your family. In this article, we will discuss the various steps involved in building a house in Nigeria, including acquiring land, obtaining the necessary permits, selecting a design and hiring a contractor.

The first step in building a house in Nigeria is to acquire the land on which you plan to construct your home. This can be done by purchasing land from a private individual, or by acquiring land from the government through a lease or title transfer. It is important to thoroughly research the area where you plan to build your home, and to ensure that the land is suitable for construction and has all the necessary utilities, such as water and electricity.

Once you have acquired the land, the next step is to obtain the necessary permits and approvals from the government. This typically includes a building permit, which is required to ensure that your construction adheres to local zoning laws and building codes. Additionally, you may need to obtain approvals from the local development authority and the Ministry of Environment, to ensure that your construction does not violate any environmental regulations.

After obtaining the necessary permits and approvals, the next step is to select a design for your house. This can be done by working with an architect or designer, who can help you create a plan that meets your specific needs and preferences. Some things to consider when selecting a design include the size and layout of the house, the materials you plan to use, and the overall aesthetic of the home.

Once the design is complete, the next step is to hire a contractor. This is an important decision, as the contractor will be responsible for overseeing the construction of your home and making sure that it is built to the highest standards. It is important to do your research and select a contractor who has a good reputation and experience building homes in Nigeria.

Finally, once the construction of your home is complete, it is important to take the necessary steps to maintain and protect your home. This includes regular cleaning and maintenance, as well as making sure that all necessary repairs are completed in a timely manner. Additionally, it is also important to purchase homeowner’s insurance to protect your home and belongings from damage or loss.

In conclusion, building a house in Nigeria can be a challenging and complex process, but with the right knowledge and resources, it is definitely possible to construct a safe and comfortable home for yourself and your family. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can take the necessary steps to acquire land, obtain permits, select a design and hire a contractor, and ultimately build your dream home in Nigeria.

Tips to help you save money while building your house

Get a trusted supervisor if you can’t be there yourself, you can save lots of Naira if make sure your supervisor is honest.

Always negotiate prices with labourers. Others are


Minimum and Maximum cost building a house Nigeria
Minimum and Maximum cost building a house Nigeria

Tips to cut cost while building your house

Building a house can be a costly endeavor, but there are several ways to cut costs while still ensuring that your home is safe and comfortable. Here are a few tips to help you save money while building your house in Nigeria:

  1. Choose cost-effective materials: Building materials can be a significant expense when building a house. To cut costs, consider using materials that are cheaper but still of good quality, such as moulding blocks instead of buying from block industry. These materials are not only cheaper but also eco-friendly and sustainable.
  2. Minimize the size of the house: The larger the house, the more expensive it will be to build. Consider building a smaller home that still meets your needs and preferences. This will not only save you money on construction costs but also on ongoing maintenance costs.
  3. Do some of the work yourself: Doing some of the work yourself, such as painting or laying tiles, can save you money on labor costs. However, make sure that you have the skills and experience to complete the work safely and to a high standard.
  4. Shop around for contractors: Get multiple quotes from different contractors before making a final decision. This will help you find the best deal and can also give you an idea of what to expect in terms of cost and quality.
  5. Consider modular construction: Modular construction involves building the house in sections in a factory and then assembling it on-site. This method can save time and money, as it reduces the need for on-site materials and labor.
  6. Go for energy-efficient appliances and systems: Energy-efficient appliances and systems, such as solar-powered lighting or an energy-efficient heating and cooling system, can save you money on energy costs in the long run.
  7. Consider a minimalist design: A minimalist design is not only trendy but also cost-effective. It involves minimal use of materials and focuses on functionality and simplicity.Minimum and Maximum cost of building a house Nigeria

List of Unofficial Sanctions on Nigeria

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The Russia Ukraine war is on, and the Russia has been sanctioned by USA and other countries of the world, officially Russia is under strict sanctions. Right here in Nigeria, the country has lots of sanctions, which you might not notice, hence its unofficial.

1. Nigerians can’t use PayPal.

2. Nigerians can only access $20 a month (international spending limits pity)

3. Nigeria isn’t allowed to buy certain military equipments.

4. Nigerians no longer have access to send money abroad via MoneyGram or Western Union.

5. Nigerians can’t trade crypto legally.

6. Nigeria will never get license from IAEA to explore nuclear power plants.

7. Nigerian banks largely will not allow Direct Currency Conversion for international ATM/ web purchases.

8. Nigerians will never see KFC or McDonald’s set up shop in their local neighborhoods.

9. Nigerians will always seek the face of Britain before she elects political leaders to her highest offices.

10. Nigeria cannot sell her oil to nations the US forbids her from selling to.

List of independent power plant in Ogun State Nigeria

Here is a list of IPP in Ogun State of Nigeria, one of the top states in South west after Lagos..

Westcom Tech & Energy Source — 1000MW

—Farm Electric Supply Limited, Ota — 150MW

—Ibafo Power Station — 200MW

—Magboro Power Plant —90MW

—Largarge 260MW in Ewekoro or so.

—Agbara Shoreline Power Likitee — 100MW

—Paras Energy & Natiral Resoirces Dev, Ogijo — 96MW
(They promised 1000MW capacity) not sure if they do.

—Hudson Power Limited, Warawa — 150MW

List of All Nigeria’s Leaders Past and Present

This is a list of all Nigerian president, Governor general and head of state, starting from the time Nigeria was created by Lord Lugard.

This list includes colonial’s leaders, civilian leaders and military leaders too.

1. Lord Frederick Lugard – 1st Governor-General of Nigeria (1914 – 1919)

2. Sir. Hugh Clifford – 2nd Governor-General of Nigeria (1914 – 1925)

3. Sir. Graham Thompson – 3rd Governor General of Nigeria (1925 – 1931)

4. Sir. Donald Cameron – 4th Governor General of Nigeria (1931 – 1935)

5. Sir Bernard Bourdillon 5th Governor General of Nigeria (1935 – 1943)

6. Sir Arthur Richards – 6th Governor-General (1943 – 1948)

7. Sir John Macpherson – 7th Governor-General (1948 – 1954)

8. Sir James Robertson – 8th Governor-General (1954-1960)

9. Rt Hon Dr.Nnanmdi Azikiwe – President and Head of State (1960-1966)

10. Alhaji (Sir) Abubakar Tafawa Balewa – Prime Minister and Head of Government (1960 – 1966)

11. Major General J.T.U Aguiyi Ironsi – Head of State (January 15,1966 – July 29, 1966)

12. General Yakubu Gowon – Head of State (July 29, 1966 – July 29, 1975)

13. General Murtala Ramat Mohammed – Head of State (July 29, 1966 – February 13, 1976)

14. General Olusegun Obasanjo – Head of State (February 13, 1976 – October 1, 1979)

15. Alhaji Shehu Aliyu Usman Shagari – President (October 1, 1979 – December 31, 1983)

16. Major General Muhammadu Buhari – Head of State (December 31, 1983 – August 27, 1985)

17. General Ibrahim B. Babangida – President (August 27, 1985 – August 25, 1993)

18. Chief Ernest Shonekan – Head of State (August 25, 1994 – November 17, 1993)

19. General Sani Abacha – Head of State (November 17, 1993 – June 8, 1998)

20. Gen. A.A Abubakar – Head of State (June 8, 1998 – May 29, 1999)

21. Chief Olusegun Obasanjo – President (May 29, 1999 – 29 May 2007)

22. Umaru Musa Yar’adua – President (29 May 2007 – 5 May 2010)

23. Goodluck Jonathan – President (9 Feb 2010 – 29 May 2015. Acting for Yar’Adua to 5 May 2010)

24. Muhammadu Buhari – President (29 May 2015 – till date)

Medusa Vs Artificial Hair


Medusa is the mother of any women, lady or girl with artificial hair. Medusa is Queen of heaven. Specially created by God to assist
Lucifer before his falling.

The beauty of Medusa was her long hair but which later become a curse unto her.

She is among the falling angels that rebelled against God and followed Lucifer who later become a devil.

She is so Proud and Jealous.

Immediately after her rebellion, God cursed the hair on her head, her real beauty and each of the hair CHANGED into snakes 🐍 which are
tormenting her till today until the final Judgment.

She was the one introduced fake artificial hair and makeup to humanity because she knows that anyone that die with artificial hair
will never enter the kingdom of God and each artificial hair will CHANGE into snakes on the hair of whosoever die with it. #Isaiah 45:9

Woe unto him that striveth with his Maker! Let the potsherd strive with the potsherds of the earth. Shall the clay say to him that fashioneth it, What makest thou? or thy work, He hath no hands?

All hairdressers fixing artificial coloring hair on the head of whosoever wearing them will never inherit the Kingdom of God.

{ Hebrew 9 : 27 } : A day of Judgement ! ( Romans 9:19-21 )

Thou wilt say then unto me, Why doth he yet find fault? For who hath resisted his will?

Nay but, O man, who art thou that repliest against God? Shall the thing formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made me thus?

Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour?


After reading this information… Two options are available for you.

(1) Abuse me and continue wearing fake hair until when your prayers, cries and repentance will be useless.

(2) Repent now and remove every strange god which you have attached to your body and hair, separate yourself from the pollution
going on in the world and get your self ready for the coming of Christ.

Opinion piece by Gospel life

How to get clients on Instagram for Yahoo

Instagram is the real deal, you don’t even have to be that bothered about blocking your account as you can create upto 5 account with one ip, that is one phone or laptop.

Yes, you can do whatever you need to do with those profiles, including pitching your business with it. Here are the various steps to follow in other to get sure rich client on Instagram.

How to get rich Instagram client

First make sure you’ve loaded your Instagram profile really well. Upload a minimum of 14 pictures showing different places or situations, and if possible some videos.

Type these harshtags

#emiratesairline : Clicking on this harshtag will give you rich people contact, you’ll get both Rich Arab and rich Americans, inshort you’ll see rich men and women from all walks of life.

#expriencefrance: Many rich tourist are all going to many cities in France, from Paris to Montpelier, you’ll get to meet different people from different backgrounds.

Use these pages

Dailydonaldjohntrump: Despite Trump losing the election, he still has die hard supporters, even though this account is not the official Donald trump Page, this page still has about 3M loyal followers, and one thing about this followers they will do anything for what they believe in, so if they believe in you, you’ll bank real hard. Just make sure to work them with a white account, because most of them hate blacks.

Kuwaitmeet: If you want to get rich arab women or men, what better country to meet them than going to Kuwait meet up page on Instagram. Here you’ll get to see and intaract with rich men and women that has Kuwait background. You can get Arab client from the following countries cum Pages.

  1. UAE
  2. Jordan
  3. Saudi Arabia.
  4. Kuwait

Just search those countries meet up on Instagram, you should get them on those pages.

Widows and widowers: This is another powerful keyword to search for, once you’re in this corner, you get to see many women looking for love, or men looking for love, these women are in different countries, the problem is there is no way to automatically filter them out, you have to access them on your own.

Search for follow insurance companies

Some top insurance companies with rich followers are

1. Gaberlife insurance company

2. Prime insurance company

You can also search for other foreign insurance companies in the following countries





And other countries.

Once you have those you can now go haunting for client to sell whatever it is you want to sell or bill whoever you want to bill.

Check this video to see exactly how you can search and follow this rich individuals on Instagram.


Check out detailed YouTube video

Guest post by Chris the bomber.

List of Radio And TV Stations In Imo State Nigeria

These are list of top radio and tv stations in Imo State Nigeria, most of this media stations are in Owerri, while some of these stations are within Imo State.

The radio and TV stations all have their frequency attached to it so that you can check them out whenever you want to.

Top Radio Stations in Owerri

-1- Orient fm/TV Owerri -94.5 fm-
-2- Heartland fm Owerri- 100.5 fm
-3 Hot fm Owerri – 99.5 fm
-4- Zanders fm Owerri – 105.7
-5- My Radio fm Owerri -101.1
-6- Gold fm Owerri
-7- Darling fm Owerri -107.3
-8- OZISA fm Owerri -96.1
-9- Mega band fm Owerri – 97.3
– 10 – OJemba fm ORLU – 106.1
-11- 1 community Radio fm OGUTA
-12- Ojemba fm Owerri -96.9- (now on test transmission)
-13- Heritage fm -88.7
-14- Groove fm Owerri – 98.1
-15- IMSU star fm owerri-
-16- A new radio station springing up around mbaise- OBOWO axis.
-17- The Reach fm Owerri -104.9

-18- Boss fm New Owerri
-19- Toast fm New Owerri

List of TV stations In Imo State

-1- Orient tv-59 /Startime-113
-2- Zanders TV/ Startime
-3- NTA channel-12- Owerri.

36 Nigerian States Names Meaning And Origin

Nigerian states their meaning and origin

The Origin And Meaning of Nigerian State Names

Abia is an acronym derived from the name of the four main groups of the people in the state as at the time it was formed in 1991: Aba, Bende, Isuikwuato & Afikpo.

This state was named after a warrior that conquered the region in the beginning of the 19th century. His name was Modibbo Adama Bin Ardo Hassan.

Akwa Ibom is named after a river, the Qua Iboe (or Kwa Iboe) River.

It was derived from the name of the Oma Mbala
(Omambala) River (in Igbo, the native name of the river is Ànyịm Ọma Mbala).

There are three versions of how Bauchi got its name. One version says ‘Bauchi’ is Hausa word meaning the southern flanks of Hausaland. Tribes living in the southern parts of the Hausaland were referred to as “kasashen bauchi” and the area they lived in later came to be known simply as Bauchi.

Bauchi. According to the second version, the state was named after Baushe, a famous hunter who settled there before the 19th century while the third states that ‘bauchi’ is Hausa word for slavery since it was a center for slave traders.

Bayelsa was formed as a result of the clamour from the three LGAs in old Rivers (Brass LGA known as BALGA, Yenagoa LGA known as YELGA and Sagbama LGA – SALGA). The name came about from the combination of their acronymns.

It is a word from the Batta language ‘Binuwe’ which means ‘Mother of Waters’.

The name was derived from ‘Borno’, an alternative name of the Kanuris who form the predominant ethnic group in the state.

Cross River
The state took its name from a River called Oyono or Cross River.

It was named after the delta of the River Niger formed as it enters the Atlantic Ocean.

The state was named after the Aboine River that cuts through Abakaliki, the state capital.

Named after the Bini people who had always referred to themselves as Edo or Iduu.

‘Ekiti’ is a term that is said to denote a settlement of many hills.

Enugu derived its name from two local words “enu” & “ugwu” which means ‘top of the hill’.

Named after the dialect of Fulani language (Fulfulde) spoken in the area ‘Gombe’.

This state is named after the Imo River (Mmiri Imo).

The state was named after its distinctively golden-coloured soil, Jigawa.

The state after the crocodiles in Kaduna River. “Kadduna” is Hausa plural word for crocodiles.

The state was named after a blacksmith of the Gaya tribe who settled in the area while sourcing for ironstone. His name was Kano.

Katsina was named after the wife of the local ruler known as Janzama. Her name was Katsina.

Legend has it that Kebbi was named after the Ka’abba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

The name Kogi was said to have been derived from ‘kogi’, (hausa word for river). This is to represent the fact that the two biggest Rivers in Nigeria, River Niger and River Benue form a confluence in the state.

This was named after the River Niger which forms the Northern border of the state. The Nupes used to call the river, Kwara.

The name is a Portuguese word for lakes. The Portuguese were the first settlers from Europe to reach Lagos in 1472. The name was inspired by the lagoons and rivers in Lagos.

It was so named by the founder of Nasarawa kingdom, Makama Dogo. Nasarawa means Victorious.

Niger Named after the popular River Niger.
Named after the Ogun River.

This was named after the settlers of the old Ondo Kingdom. Ondo is a word for settlers.

Like a number of other Nigerian states, it was also named after a river; River Osun.

It was named after the Old Oyo empire.

The state was named for the Jos Plateau.

A state with many water bodies, Rivers State was named for many of the rivers present in the area.


Named after the defunct Sokoto Caliphate. Sokoto is the anglicized version of the Arabic word ‘suk’ which means ‘market’ or ‘place of commerce’.


The state was named after the Taraba River.

The state was named after Komadugu Yobe (Waube or Ouobe) or River Yobe (or River of Yo).


Zamfarawa is one of the subdialects of Eastern Hausa linguistic group.

Top Alleged Illuminati Pastors in Kenya

Top Alleged Illuminati Pastors in Kenya
When you talk about Illuminati pastors in Kenya, you talk about the latest gist one of the hottest gists in Kenya this year is the Illuminati which people allege that their activities have been in top gear as they are preparing for the 10th anniversary of the order in Kenya.

Well, we don’t know true that is as they say everything they do are secret, so how then you know the truth if everything is kept secret by the order.
What I do know is that the internet and indeed the gossip and gist section in Kenya is agog with this purported celebration, and some top pastors in Kenya are being fingered as the arrowheads of the Illuminati order. These pastors are alleged to be among the Illuminati Pastors in Kenya.
They have churches in major cities in the country, their churches can be found in
  • Mumbasi
  • Nairobi
  • Mombasa
  • Kisumu
  • Nakuru
  • Eldoret
And various other smaller cities in the country. Let’s get to the top Illuminati Pastors in Kenya, but before we do let’s see how Illuminati in this country operates.

About Illuminati In Kenya

When it comes to Illuminati and how they operate in Kenya no one can actually say they know who they go about their business, as they try to keep everything secret, some say they have their headquarters in some remote area of Kehancha in Migori city. While some say they-they have two major places of operations in Kenya one in Mombasa the other Kehancha.
The truth is Illuminati Operations worldwide is based on the two-places mode. A shrine and a meeting place, each should be in different places. It is so in South Africa, same with Uganda, so there is no denying the fact that the same thing may be true with Kenya.
If they are celebrating their anniversary look at for things that are not in order in your neighborhood, if you notice higher cases of missing persons, death and people dashing money or suddenly being generous know that something might soon be happening in your city as that is their modus opera.

Top Richest Illuminati pastors In Kenya

1. Pastor Alan Kiuna

Top Alleged Illuminati Pastors in Kenya
Here is a man many Kenya’s allege that he is a great man in the order. Pastor Alan hasn’t helped his case though as he gets into lots of controversies every now and then.  Of recent is the turning his church to a market place where all things are done, some even allege that his church is a front for prostitution.
In 2018 popular rumor has it he has been appointed into the grand order of the Illuminati.
Church: Jubilee Christian Centre (JCC)

2. Bishop Thomas Wahome

Thomas Wahome

If you’re in the country and you haven’t heard things good or bad about Bishop Thomas then you are sleeping since. His story is everywhere.

He was rumored to have his own book of Life where he can add or remove your name, you can also pay to have him check whether your name is in the book of Life or (book of Illuminati)

Church:  Helicopter of Christ Church

3. Pastor James Maina Ng’ang’a

Top Alleged Illuminati Pastors in Kenya
Thomas Wahome

It was alleged that Pastor James early 2019 knocked down a woman and killed her with his black SUV, after which he disappeared into thin air leaving the SUV there for the police to impound.

They say he may soon be left off the hook as the Police chief is one their member.

Church: Neno Evangelism Center

4. Brother Kamlesh Pattni

Top Alleged Illuminati Pastors in Kenya

Pastor Brother Kamlesh better know as Brother Pat is generally known as one of the richest Illuminati Pastors in Kenya, as he owns many things money can buy, his properties both private and public are numerous.

He has investments in various cities like Mombasa, Nairobi and in the Maasai Mara National Park.

Church: National reconciliation

5. Pastor David Owor

Top Alleged Illuminati Pastors in Kenya

People say Pastor Owor is a legend, his legendary status in Illuminati cannot be questioned, some say he is one of the most senior pastors in the Order as he joined when he was relatively unknown.

Yeah, people often accuse him of being responsible for various missing persons in his neighborhood. They say he has political ambition.

Church: Ministry of Repentance and Holiness church

6. Pastor Maina Njenga

Top Alleged Illuminati Pastors in Kenya

The good hitter, known in the order’s inner circle as the hitter, this is because of his ability to be able to hit opponents bad and where it hurts the most.

Some say he is behind the numerous unsolved murders in Kitengela where his church is mainly based.

Church: Hope International Ministries.

Here you have them, the above list remain unconfirmed though.

List of Ashawo Joints And Address In Edo State Benin

Here is a list of Ashawo joint in Edo state of Nigeria precisely Benin city and environs.

Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes, can not be held responsible in anyway you choose to use this information.

Ashawo joints in upper Sakponba.

1. The road beside UBA bank: immediately you enter the road, there’s a joint located there by the Right. prices range for 7h to 1k

2. Goretti : There’s a new joint inside the filling station. We don’t know the price.

3. oka market by machine park: just walk down the road. After walking for about 5 minutes, you will see a joint by the left. price is 5h.

There are others which we could not confirm, if you know others with their exact address and prices you can comment them below.