Sunday, 26 February 2017

No DNA relationship Churchill between Obasanjo plus Mr. Churchill "dirty" secret

I don’t know why Tonto Dikeh's marriage is turning really ugly,,,I hope eventually they settle amicably

@Fashionshade has been blocked by Tonto Dikeh's husband, Mr. Churchill, for exposing some things he allegedly did in Ghana in the past "Thank you bigchurchhaven for deceiving Tonto. You know very well that you do yahoo, 419, and scam people yet you went and married her just to cover up your dirty deals! You come back home after snifing some white powder and turn your wife into a punching bag, you lied to her that you are Obasanjo's son yet no trace of your DNA related to Oba. Don't worry the karma of the deal you striked last two years in Ghana and all the girls you decieved in ghana that you are Obasanjo's son awaits you on this earth or in hell. As for you rosymeurer we don't care if you are his dustbin you said you are his PA and nothing attached to it and he said he doesn't have any female that works for him as a PA. Men Beware of this green snake bc her karma will come not only with HIV but With korokoro if truly you had any affair with this guy. BEWARE OF BIGCHURCHHAVEN CHARMS, BEWARE OF HIM, YOU CAN'T HIDE TOO LONG IN NIGERIA. I WAS WONDERING WHY THEY TAGGED HIM SUCCESS BUILDER ON MONEY HE SCAMMED FROM PEOPLE?"

Muma Gee Files for Divorce after 6years of marriage

Muma Gee reports her estranged husband Prince Eke to the police as Muma Gee now fears for her life following Prince Eke's interview yesterday where he said the singer should be prepared to rest in peace.
She shows pictures of how he physically abused her,

She also claimed that the photos he posted with her kids was taken after she granted him access to see the kids at Sheraton hotel between the hours of 5pm-7pm yesterday. As soon as he left, he posted the photos on the internet, creating the impression that she actually abandoned her kids while he was just seeing them in months.

Friday, 24 February 2017

April 1, 2017,CBN reintroduces charges on cash deposits, withdrawals

Take a read….the decision was taken at the Bankers’ Committee meeting, which held in Abuja two weeks
three years after the apex bank stopped the charges

It also directed that with effect from April 1, 2017:
• Banks in the states where the cashless policy was already operating, Lagos, Ogun, Anambra, Abia, Kano, Rivers and the Federal Capital Territory, would begin to impose charges on deposits and withdrawals above N500,000.

 • Banks will from that date begin to charge individuals 1.5% and 2% for deposits and withdrawals between N500,000 and N1m.

 • Individuals depositing or withdrawing between N1m and N5m will be charged 2% and 3%, respectively.

 • For amounts above N5m, banks will charge such individuals 3% and 7.5% for deposits and withdrawals, respectively.
.This means any cash withdrawal or deposit by an individual under N500,000 would not attract any charge. With regard to corporate customers, the CBN stated: • that deposits and withdrawals under N3m would not attract any charge, • but that customers depositing or withdrawing between N3m and N10m would be charged two per cent and five per cent, respectively.

• Also for deposits and withdrawals between N10m and N40m, customers will be charged three per cent and 7.5 per cent, respectively.
 • Deposits or withdrawals above N40m by corporate customers will attract a charge of five per cent and 10 per cent, respectively.

According to the CBN, the new policy on charges will be implemented in selected states on May 1 and August 1, this year; while the total implementation will be concluded on October 1. The regulator noted that the committee agreed that income generated from the processing fees above the allowable cash limits would be shared between it and the banks in the ratio of 40:60. However, the CBN said that existing exemptions to the policy such as revenue generating agencies of the federal, state and local governments (for lodgements) will be sustained. Also exempt from the processing fees are embassies, diplomatic missions, multilateral and aid agencies. The CBN directed lenders to train their employees to enlighten customers on the new policy.

In a circular to all Deposit Money Banks posted on its website, the regulator said the decision to reintroduce the charges on cash deposits was part of the review of charges on deposits and withdrawals under the cashless policy. It said the decision was taken at the Bankers’ Committee meeting, which held in Abuja two weeks ago.

.The circular, signed by the Director, Banking and Payments System Department, CBN, Mr. Dipo Fatokun, stated that the committee decided that the cashless policy should be extended to the remaining 30 states of the federation