MICO J has been on an incredible run this year, releasing KOYE singles middle of these year; the groovy ‘KOYE’ and produced by top Nigeria music master MAGWON. In 2017, he became the first ever Lagos upcoming most downloaded single on www.unitytubes.com WHY ? check it out
Juliet Njemanze is definitely known for her kind heart, generosity, and the most lucky actor in the Nollywood film industry and more evidence of that came this week when she gave everything to unitytubes BIOGRAPHY page in an interview. Juliet who loves music and poetry, appeared on the spot show where she said it all, “My name is Juliet Njemanze.” And on top of her impressive pipes, she showed Unitytubes that her solid self-confidence was just as admirable.
Juliet Njemanze on the spot @ unitytubes.com
unitytubes FOR THE LOVE OF EVERYBODY, CAN WE MEET YOU IN DETAIL?
My name is Juliet Njemanze, I was born and and bred in Kano state, I am from Umu Njemanze kindred of Amawom Owere in Owerri municipal, imo state. I have 3 younger brothers, I am the first child and only girl, my Mother is a nurse and my father is a business man. I finished my OND in Nuhu bamalli Polytechnic Zaria, Kaduna.
@unitytubes ARE YOU BORN TO BE A FILMMAKER OR?
JULIET Acting wasn’t my first Love, it was music and poetry, I was pushed into acting… I followed my Mum who then wanted to be an actress to rehearsals at the AGN chapter in Kano state, they were rehearsing and the Director called me out, I told him I wasn’t an actress, he asked me to participate anyway instead of just sitting and doing nothing. After the rehearsal he called me aside and asked what I wanted to become in the future, I told him A model and a TV show host. He advised me to pursue acting cuz he sees a raw talent, I was relentless because I have never pictured myself an actor, my mum begged me to start coming to rehearsals with her after a few months, I obliged. I had nothing to lose anyway. My first film was shot in Kano state and I remember the only thing the director complained about was I kept looking past the camera, I took the correction and it Never happened again.
@unitytubes WOW, FANTASTIC.
unitytubes HOW DID IT HAPPENED, WHY JULIET CHOOSE LAGOS NOT F.C.T ABUJA?
JULIET I came to Lagos to shoot my first real job in 2013 with Okey Ifeanyi, I was a nervous wreck, that was the first time I was working with people I see on tv…The title is “tears in my heart” and “my regret” it was a great experience but hectic so when I read to Kano, I decided acting wasn’t for me, my mum started begging again, then in 2014, when everything changed… We had already moved to asaba because of the crisis in Kano state, a friend asked me to come to Lagos.
@unitytubes ANY CHALLENGES, OR OBSTACLE ON YOUR PATH TO LIMELIGHT?
JULIET What a day in ibadan, the oyo state capital. Obi Emelonye was holding an audition in Ibadan, I went to Ibadan for the first time, i didn’t have any money for hotel or food, I had just my transport to and from, I was reading with some of the people that came for the audition and they were impressed and they told me I’d ace it when it’s my turn, my turn came and I started off well, until I forgot my lines and I started crying at the spot. I was so lucky to meet a girl that allowed me to stay in her place for that night because it was too late to return to Lagos. The next morning I got a call from Obi Emelonye and he gave me a second chance, I proved myself and got a role in his Movie series “Calabash” My character was Cheta. That experience changed everything, Mr Obi Emelonye was encouraging and told me I had potential and gave me tips on how to be better. And since then I haven’t looked back, same 2014 I worked with Omoni Oboli and she was just as Obi Emelonye was and that gave me the push.That was my my journey began, series of Movie jobs in between 2014 and 2015 but I wasn’t focused,
@unitytubes CLASSIC ADVENTURES IN YOUR STORY
JULIET Thank you unitytubes
@unitytubes IN THE YEAR 2012, YOU SACRIFICE SOMETHING BIG FOR YOUR FAMILY, CAN THE WORLD KNOW ABOUT IT?
JULIET Yes and No, NO because, because i would like the share that on my social media handle. I will share my link before the end of the show. I got admission into NOUN 2016 to continue my studies, i am studying Public Administration.It was in 2016 that God sent a messenger in form of Mr Barry Luke, He walked up to me and asked if I was an actress, I told him Aspiring actress and he sat me down and said “I don’t know you but something tells me I should manage you” I told him my story and he told me to plead with my family to drink garri with me so I can stop working and have the time to focus and pursue my career, I took his advice and from 2016 to date, I have featured in more than 10 films, so I started acting Professionally in 2016.
@unitytubes TELL SOME MOVIES YOU FEATURED>
JULIET ok movies like: timeline, love and jealousy, unforgiving mother, love struck, instagram girls, silent pain, before the will, high tension, Lisa, trapped, five wives, Peter the Manny, perfect wedding plan, Adaobi, gloves of passion. Etc JULIET I have received an award of recognition from Nigerian Icons fashion awards 2016.
@unitytubes THAT IS TIP OF ICEBERG FROM Juliet Njemanze
Mercy Aigbe (born January 1, 1979) is a Nigerian actress, director and businesswoman.She is best known for her Yoruba language movies.
She was born on January 1, 1979 in Edo State (Nigeria),and she is the second child in a family of five. she attended the polytechnic in Ibadan where she received her OND in financial Studies. She then went to the university of lagos for a degree in theatre arts.
Education Status She earned a degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Lagos in 2001, and joined the industry fully in 2006.
Mercy Aigbe, got married to a Nigerian hotelier and has two children and three stepdaughters.Mercy Aigbe who had problem with her marriage seek for divorce in 2017.
Mercy Aigbe is known for her unique style and dressing, in addition, Mercy Aigbe’s dress to the 2016 edition of the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards earned her great applause as she continue to trend on Twitter days after the award ceremony. Many commended the uniquely designed dress created by Nigerian designer, Ceoluminee. Mercy also says the dress earned her many more followers on social media.
Mag Divas Boutique Mercy Aigbe launched her clothing store, Mag Divas Boutique in November 2014. Its success earned her the ″Fashion Entrepreneur of The Year″ awarded by Links and Glitz World Awards.
She won theAwards and honours *Awards held in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.
*Best Indigenous Language (Yoruba) (2014)
*Best Actress in a supporting Role (Yoruba) (2010)
*Best Actress in an Indigenous Movie Nomination (non-English speaking language) (2012)
*City People Entertainment Yoruba Movie Personality of the year (2015)
*Fashion Entrepreneur of The Year Awarded by Links and Glitz World Awards (2015)
Afefe ife (2008)
Atunida leyi (2009)
Iró funfun (2009)
Oju ife (2009)
Ile Oko mii (2014)
Juliet Ibrahim is a Ghanaian actress, film producer,singer and humanitarian of Lebanese, Liberian and Ghanaian descent. She won the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards for her role in 4 Play. She has been referred to as the “Most Beautiful West African Woman” according to A-listers Magazine.
Ibrahim was born in Ghana to a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian-Liberian mother. She is the first child and has two sisters; Sonia, Nadia and a brother, Nabil who is the 3rd child. Juliet along with her siblings spent the longest part of their childhood in Lebanon and Ivory Coast due to the war in Liberia. She had her primary education in Lebanon, then proceeded to Ivory Coast for her secondary education where she lived with her parents. She revisited her birth-country for higher studies at the Ghana Institute of Languages where she studied English, French and Spanish. She also studied Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations at the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She can speak English, French andSpanish.
She made her acting debut in the 2005 film Crime to Christ starring Majid Michel. Juliet’s first Nollywood film was Yankee Boys and she has features in more than 50 films afterwards. In 2014 she produced her first film Number One Fan, where she stars as an actress being crushed on by a fan in the film. Her 2nd movie ‘Shattered Romance’ which paraded Nigerian and Ghanaian actors, launched amidst fanfare in Accra, Ghana on the 5th of December 2014. Her new TV series; ‘Every Woman Has A Story’ where she debuted her directorial skills will start airing soon and her new Reality Show, The Perfect Assistant, TPA will be unveiled soon. She has also featured in Yoruba language films. and also a Hausa Language film Actress stars in 1st Hausa movie “Ladan Noma”
You do not truly know someone until you divorce them.
Marry on YOUR terms because Divorce is on her terms.
THE REPRESENTATIVE – Baby rabies – Live together before you marry – If you think you have problems before marriage, they will only get worse after. Kids or marriage don’t solve problems, they amplify them.
– woman have no incentive to behave in divorce
Government Policy & Family Law Idealising single mothers like they are an asset to society.
Government fleeces men
ANOTHER NOTE: expenses – anything she chooses to put the kids in, you pay for in your country at least
If you lost your job as a married couple or couldn’t work for 6 months all would be forgiven. But divorced, it’s fuck you pay me.
If the cost was $300/m for your child why is it $2,000/m when divorced?
Shame tactics – hell hath no fury like a women scorn.
Criticise to motivate you did it wrong – why did you do it that way – We don’t have enough money – You’re going to wear that?
Men love emotionally, women love opportunistically.
Hypergamy – Women marry up
Parental alienation – he’s been run though the family court system, and if lucky gets to come by once a week and see how effective his ex is at making his own children hate him
All you do is write cheques and watch your children go downhill.
Leavor/Leavee relationship. Women don’t want you to leave, and are insane about it. When women leave you, its over quick. When men leave women, its never over till she has won.
Access, and why you want shared custody.
– Move anywhere in the world without your consent
– Makes decisions without your consent (medical, religious, name change)
– Money all flows to her, and its totally unreasonable in the amount
Fatherless children are 3 times more likely as a teen to: be pregnant, commit suicide, be suspended from school, abuse drugs/alcohol, join gangs, or end up in jail.
Single mothers with live in boyfriend mean the rate of child maltreatment is 9 times higher than married parents
EXAMPLES OF SHIT
– Wife divorces 2 days after child is born (full custody)
– Wife takes kid, moves out, makes claim father was abusive – later she gets knocked up by another man, and has a fatherless child – claims less then $20k income for 2 yrs yet shows up in a range rover for court dates
– Guy stayed in house, wife harassed him, false accusations, raped him. Begged him to have another kid during the divorce.
– Knew a guy that lost 150,000 on the sale of his house
– security cleared to talk to kids, highest security clearance in Iraq, yet needed supervised visits to see his own kids
– False accusations of domestic violence will ruin you.
Rsources: Canlii.org and ottawadivorce.com
STATS – when choosing your partner
– Chances of being in a stable marriage (defined as 5+ yrs) are in the 60% range if age of first sexual activity is 19+. If it was 14 or younger its less than 40% chance
– If She has had 16 or more partners chances of a stable marriage are less then 20%
– Women with more sexual partners are less content in marriage
Bottom line is try everything to keep the union DON’T make her cry and DON’T let him suffer
WHY CONTENTMENT IS THE KEY: by Nollywood actor Babatunde Usman popularly known as OKELE
Contentment is a peaceful ease of mind. It’s being satisfied with what you have, whatever that is. You might feel a sense of contentment knowing you have a cup of hot chocolate and a good movie to look forward to tonight. Or you might experience contentment thinking about the vast estate you just purchased in the island. Whatever is going on in your life, you’re pleased about it.that is the sense of contentment for me. Straight to business of the day my fans around the world. I am Babatunde Usman popularly known as Okele
How can you create a life of contentment? Here are some thoughts:
LIVE WITH LESS#.
Stop acquiring things. In fact, simplify what you have. Remove the mental and physical clutter from your life and focus on those things which truly enhance your life. We are trained to believe that the cure for unhappiness and discontent is to purchase something. But material things never address or cure the root of our discontentment. They only clutter our space and empty our bank accounts. Rather than returning to the habit of spending when you feel bad, take the time to examine why you truly feel bad and discontent.
APPRECIATE YOUR LIFE #.
We spend far more time immersed in negative thoughts about our lives than we do seeing the beauty and good all around us. We focus on our problems, our lack, our suffering rather than allowing ourselves to focus on gratitude and joy for the amazing blessings in our lives. When you find yourself longing, ruminating about the bad stuff, stop yourself and intentionally choose something or someone you are grateful for and dwell on positive thoughts about this. Allow yourself to soak in the contentment and peace of gratitude.
It’s hard to be unhappy when you are outside in a beautiful setting. Go for a tourist center, a cinema, a day at the beach, a drive to the mountains. Have a picnic. Sit by a stream. When you are outside, take a few minutes to close your eyes. Breath deeply and listen to the sounds of nature. The birds, the wind, the rustle of leaves, water lapping. Time in nature reminds us that contentment is just on the other side of our front door.
We look at what others have, how they look, who we perceive them to be, and we see ourselves as lacking in some way. Comparing yourself to others inevitably leads to discontentment and unhappiness. Most of the time, our perceptions are skewed anyway. Focus on the person you are and the person YOU want to become — not some image or standard defined by others. Be true to yourself and stop worrying about how other people live their lives.
Another big source of discontentment is trying to control the people around us. We have standards or ideals for what we believe is right or good, and then we try to impose our standards on our spouse, children, family, and friends. We want them to think the way we think, believe what we believe, dress the way we think is appropriate, and spend money on things that are our priorities. When they don’t comply, we get upset and judge them as wrong or bad. Allow those around you to be themselves. Stop judging and accept them. If you simply can’t accept their choices or actions, or if they are making immoral or unethical choices, then release them from your life.
You are who you are right now. Accept that person. Just as you shouldn’t judge those around you, don’t judge yourself. You may not be your ideal self at this moment, but you can’t evolve into your ideal self when you are self-critical and shaming. Accept and love yourself today even as you strive to become better tomorrow. Remind yourself of all of the great and small things you’ve done to get to this point in your life. Acknowledge the love, kindness, and generosity you’ve shown. Commend your own hard work, creativity, and determination.
Contentment doesn’t mean you stagnate. You can define who you want to be and what you want in life and work toward that while remaining content in the here and now. In fact your efforts toward growth and self-improvement can provide a great deal of joy and contentment. Every action you take toward improving your life can be a fulfilling and satisfying experience. Be content in your daily work, and when those moments of pure happiness grace us, we can welcome them from a place of calm and peace.
However, mindful contentment practiced daily becomes a habit that fosters more and more peak happiness experiences.
As you are consciously satisfied with the life you have, you’re in a more confident, centered position to enhance your future. You see clearly what you want, what is most important, and how to create that in your life.
From a position of contentment, you can build a life that is not only peaceful and satisfying, but also one that draws you toward choices and circumstances that afford a deeper level of pleasure.
Emmanuella is a young Nigerian female Comedian who has been featured in many Mark Angel Comedy videos such as Oga Land lord, “Emanuella Sleep,” “My Real Face,” and several others.She first gained fame after appearing in the Mark Angel Comedy video “My Real Face”.
EARLY LIFE AND BACKGROUND
Emmanuela was Born July 22, 2010 and she is niece to MArk Angel the owner of the comic kits, She has lived with Mark Angels family ever since she was born even though her parents are alive. Emmanuella started comedy when she was still in Primary 1 as at the time she started shooting videos.
Mark Angel discovered Emmanuella When she was born, he realized she was capable of being influenced positively. She did everything she was told to do even though she was really young. Also, he realized that she was talented. He simply groomed her and introduced her to showbiz.
Her full name is Emanuella Samuel , she is a young Nigerian Comedienne that has been featured on several Mark Angel Comedy skit . Emanuella rose to stardom after been featured in some comedy skit like “Emanuella Sleep,” “My Real Face,” and many others. The comedy diva was born in July 22, 2010 . Emanuella lives with Mark Angels family from day one , her parents are alive but she chose to stay with Mark Angels family .
CAREER AND LIFE
Emmanuella was discovered by her uncle, Mark Angel when she was chosen for a role in a comic video as she is a student of his acting school. When they were preparing for the video , she was not chosen for the role initially but she asked for it because she believed in her self that she could do it . After the shooting of the comedy skit , her uncle Mark Angel realised that what he was looking for in many miles away was inside his pocket because she was doing exceptionally fine .
Emmanuella is a fast learning and whenever they are shooting their comedy skit , it only takes her 3-5 shots to get one scene right and sometimes,when she is not getting it, she will be allowed to sleep and when she wakes up, she will memories and get the scene right. Emmanuella’s parents are really happy that their daughter is now a celebrity and they are doing everything possible to support her career . Her first appearance was at Julius Agwu’s show as an upcoming act for the first time on stage and also she made another one at Funnybone’s show.Her parents has been so supportive in her comedy life as she is now an Influential Kid..
As of 2016 Emmanuella has achieved quite a lot, she’s gone mainstream and has met a lot of big names in the entertainment industry, she is loved by; Actresses,singers,comedians and even popular business moguls.
Mark Angel 2016 world tour showed the little comedian is popular not just in Nigeria but in many African countries.
Our research shows Mark Angel gives the little kid’s family a certain percentage of share out of every money they make on YouTube and shows.
In A 2016 Interview Comedian Mark Angel Talked More About The Little comedienne:
How old is Emmanuella?
Emanuella is five. She will turn six in July 2016.”
What are her parents and friends reaction to her new-found fame?
Her parents are proud of her and love what she is doing.”
What class is she in school?
She is in Primary one.”
Hope this is not affecting her academics?
It is. Now she works extra to be ahead of her mates and her academic calendar. Let me use this opportunity to thank her Principal Mrs Femi E. Peace and her team for all the hard work they are doing for this little girl.”
Emmanuella seems to be getting all the attention; don’t you feel jealous at times that she is taking the shine off you even though you own the comedy skits?
There is no such thing as taking the shine. Our aim is to put her out there, help gain audience in the world mainstream comedy and that’s what we are doing. That’s what we will do for all our comedians by God’s grace.
Give us an insight into your background in comedy, education etc.
I personally don’t have any professional education in comedy. I just love laughing and making my friends laugh too. Talking about academics, I dropped out of medical school some years ago in order to give time to my dream. But as soon as I set course, I will go back to school.”
AWARDS AND ENDORSEMENTS
She has won Won G Influence Niger Delta Special Talent Award 2015.
We all want to be happy. No matter what we’re currently working on or striving toward, it is–by and large–our ultimate goal. Whether that means building a business, cultivating a meaningful relationship, or watching a movie coupled with a glass of wine, we’re all engaged in trying to fuel our happiness.
While happiness looks different for every person, it’s only through searching that we find what works best for us. To help you get started on your journey, here are 15 ways to become a happier person:
1. Make Your Body Happy
Eat real food. Move throughout the day, even if that just means standing up from your computer once an hour. Invest in a good mattress and commit yourself to practicing the sleep hygiene needed for a good night’s rest.
If you make your body happy, it will make you happy. If you have a terrible diet, clean it up and start eating right. If you never exercise, commit to taking a quick walk once a day. After a few weeks, you’ll see a difference in the way you think and feel.
2. Stop Over thinking It
Business owners consistently spend too much time wondering “what if” and feeling like the weight of the world is on their shoulders. But if you take the time to stop and put things in perspective, you’ll find that these hypotheticals don’t really matter that much. Inaction due to analysis paralysis is far worse than an imperfect forward action.
Take the time to let your worries go, make an educated decision, and move forward. You’ll be much happier as a result.
3. Record Your Wins Each Day
Every day, you do something successfully–even if that something is as simple as following up on an email. Write it down. By celebrating your wins at the end of each day, you’ll feel better about your work and personal life. It will also help you see your progress, instead of focusing only on the end goal.
Remember, your destination is only part of the battle. The journey you take to get there is just as important.
4. Say Cheese!
Smile, even if you don’t feel like it. Smiling causes the brain to release serotonin, helping to elevate your mood. Watch a funny movie or call up a friend who always makes you laugh. If all else fails, just fake it. Some studies suggest that the act of smiling alone can help you feel happier.
5. Learn New Skills
Making progress by learning new skills is a great way to improve your “flow” state, which triggers happiness. In addition, new skills make you even more valuable to your company and colleagues.
If you want to spend your time working on a business skill, that’s great. If you’re a programmer, learning a new language can improve your job prospects and give you more satisfaction from your work. But the skills you focus on don’t have to be job-related. Engaging in a new hobby or reading a nonfiction book on a subject that interests you can be just as powerful.
6. Help Other Business Leaders
As a business leader, you have an opportunity to help others with your expertise. Take some time and become a mentor or even a sounding board for another businessperson. I’m a part of Clarity.fm for this reason, but you don’t need a formal arrangement to help somebody else.
Just don’t think of mentorship as a one-way street. Working with new business owners and consultants gives you the chance to refine your process, in addition to keeping your enthusiasm up. Both parties win when you make it a priority to give back.
7. Create a Gratitude List
It may not seem like it when you’re in the weeds of a new business launch or a major project, but you have so much to be thankful for. Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to lose sight of that from time to time. When you find yourself in this position, make a list of everything you have going right–no matter how small.
8. Get a Plan
Create fun things to look forward to and you’ll never feel unhappy again. When’s your next day trip, concert, or sporting event with friends on your calendar? If you don’t have something planned, set it up now to give yourself something exciting on the horizon.
9. Surround Yourself With Supporters and Mentors
Jim Rohn suggested, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” Take a look at those people in your life. Are they positive, inspiring people who encourage you to live your best life? Or are they Debbie Downers who suck the joy out of even the happiest of times?
Having the right people around you in your work and personal life can make a world of difference in your mood and your overall productivity. Find the people who will believe in you even when you don’t.
10. Find a Furry Friend
Did you know pets help relieve depression? If your business commitments allow it, get a loyal best friend with four paws and enjoy the relaxation you gain from your bond. If they don’t, volunteer at a local animal shelter once a month for a dose of puppy love.
11. Look for the Good
There’s no way around it–dealing with people can be a real downer sometimes. But not all people are bad. In fact, most of them are genuine and mean well, just like you and me. Focus on looking for the good in others and you’ll feel happier as you begin to see it.
12. Turn It Off
What would the media be without its constant stream of warnings? Today’s fear-driven news cycle means that the ratio of good news to bad news on TV and radio is heavily weighted toward the bad. We’re better informed than ever before in history, but this comes at the cost of being constantly exposed to manufactured negativity.
Turn the TV off to cut down on negative influences, and live without the daily talk monitoring everything that’s gone wrong in the past 24 hours. You’ll feel better instantly.
13. Have a Habit of Disengagement
No one can be connected to work all day and all night and still be happy. In fact, it’s a fast track to complete burnout. Create a habit of disengaging in the evenings, and you’ll find your life much more balanced and happy.
Bad things happen. Sometimes it’s intentional, but many times it’s not. Learn to forgive quickly and move on. It takes practice, but I’ve yet to hear of a person regretting forgiving someone. Get rid of your vengeful thoughts, and replace them with plans for moving forward.
15. Be Proactive
Genetic factors do play a role in your innate baseline for happiness, but your fate of being an Eeyore or a Tigger isn’t based solely on what your mom and dad gave you. According to recent studies, about 40 percent of your happiness is ultimately up to you and the way you choose to think and approach things. So don’t just read these tips; go out and make yourself happy!
How do you go about creating professional and personal happiness? Share your thoughts or recommendations in the comments below:
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