Tuesday, 31 December 2013

My Favorite Quotes for 2013


It's the last day of the year 2013 and we'll be screaming "Happy New Year" in a few hours! I'm excited. I do sincerely hope that 2013 was a good year for you as it was for me. As we wrap up the year in the next few hours, I'd like to share some of my favorite quotes for this year.

Think, Learn, Laugh, Cringe and share...

Thursday, 26 December 2013


Yippee! It’s an awesome season!

Had fun yesterday (Christmas Day) and enjoyed the wonderful Carol Service. It's boxing day, hope you got lovely gifts for Christmas.
Well, if you didn't, don't worry, you could get lucky by just reading and commenting on this blog.
I promised, and I’m about to deliver.

Monday, 23 December 2013

Christmas Tips From Pmoney

It's a Season of LOVE, Caring and Sharing. For the purpose of this season, I'll tag this "Christmas Tips".
As much as it is a season of showing love to friends & family, it's also a season to show love to strangers too!

Thursday, 19 December 2013

How To Predict Your Future Wealth

This Simple “Litmus Test” Predicts Your Future Wealth…           
This test is really interesting if you follow my strain of thought carefully.
In just a minute I’m going to share a simple 10 second test that will predict your future wealth.
If you recall at the beginning of the year, I posted the Sigmond Freud Priority Test to enable us set our priorities right for the year. This time, this test will enable you predict accurately  your future wealth.

This isn’t some psychic or phony crystal ball stuff.

Tuesday, 17 December 2013


Hello Dearies!!!

It's  8 Days to Christmas! Yippee!!

Thank Goodness the harmattan has finally arrived! We can feel Christmas in the air!

I promised lots of freebies this season and i'm keeping my word.

For those of us who love Christmas songs, I'll be sharing my favourite Carols this season, done by two of my very wonderful friends.

Monday, 16 December 2013

What Do You Think About This Picture?

This is India's new way of fighting corruption.  It is a currency being circulated by an anti bribery campaign group, 5th Pillar. You are advised to 

"Give the money and run"

Friday, 13 December 2013

Violence Against Women! It’s Our Issue

Several years ago, I saw a social media status update from a girl complaining about some loud noises that was preventing her from sleeping. Curious I asked what the problem was, she informed me that her neighbors were making noise again.

Again? This meant that this happened often, so I pressed further…

Pmoney Christmas Give Away!

Hello PmoneyTalks followers!

It’s Christmas Season! And I must say it’s been a fantastic year so far for me and I believe it has been so for you too.

I appreciate your comments on blog posts as well as your page views. Within the last six (6) months alone, we had 1600 new page views from different countries including America, Canada, China, Nigeria, UK, South Africa, Ethiopia, Russia, Ukraine and Ghana!

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

China Infamous One-Child Policy: Implications and Lessons for Nigeria

“China held a huge meeting on reform last week, and the details of what was agreed to are finally coming out. For those who read Chinese, the full document is right here.
A change to the country's infamous one-child-per-family law is the most headline-grabbing reform.
Per Chinese news agency Xinhua, the government is loosening restrictions on its infamous one-child policy, which has been in place for decades.

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Dear Inspirational/Urban/Gospel Artiste

I don't know how often you watch music channels around here but I do, mostly when I'm surfing. The situation has become more desperate than it ever was. Music Directors have become bolder, more brazen; sooner or later, we just might begin to see naked bodies on our screens.

Saturday, 23 November 2013

21 Ways The Rich Think Differently

As a follow -up to my previous post on ‘Why do “uneducated” and school “drop-outs” do better financially?’, I decided that perhaps I needed to do some explaining on my perspective. I was engaged in a long conversation by a friend of mine on BBM who strongly opined that educated folks actually do better financially than the uneducated as my post seemed to suggest and that I was biased and probably did not do sufficient research upon which to base my opinion, even though a larger number of my contacts seemed to agree more with my perspective on the matter. 

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Why Do “Uneducated” and School “Drop-outs” Do Better Financially?

“I discovered…that if you finish school, get a degree, join the work force at twenty four and stay there, you will never financially catch-up the ten years you would have had if you had begun work at fourteen.” –Brian Sher

Have you noticed that it seems as though the so called “uneducated” folks and school “drop outs” are the ones who do better financially today than most of the educated. Many of the wealthy and famous people we know today had very little or no formal education.

Monday, 18 November 2013

5 Ways The Prosperity Gospel Is Hurting Africa

"Gideon Thuranira, editor of Christian Professional magazine, calls these men “churchpreneurs.” They plant churches not because they have a burden to reach lost souls but because they see dollar signs when they fill an auditorium with chairs."

When I came across this article, it reminded me of a discussion I had with a friend some time ago.

I had asked the friend that, How come with the ever increasing population of Churches and Worship centres in the country (and more especially in the urban centres) Crime and Corruption rate has not dropped, but rather is on the increase?

Sunday, 17 November 2013

So Tiger Woods Get's Paid $3Million for "Showing Up" & I Work My A** Out!

I was surfing the internet the other day and came across something that was not only shocking to me, but rather annoying in an inspiring way.

I mean, I read that famous Golf Star Tiger Woods was paid a whooping $3Million (N477Million) to "show up" and literally hit a golf ball from Turkey into Europe!

Friday, 15 November 2013

When Do We Call It a BRIBE?

Hello Reader,

A quick one. A thought has been on my mind of late and I felt I should share it with you guys to know your opinion/perspective.

With all the corruption and greed in our national fabric, kickbacks and solicited payments…

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Excellence in Leadership Conference: Corruption-Free Leaserdship


DayStar Christian Centre Lagos 


"Excellent Leadership Conference" 

It's a conference that is aimed at shaping an developing  excellent leaders in various areas of our national life. 

Seasoned Professionals and leaders in their own right would be taking various sessions bordering on:

Sunday, 3 November 2013

Desperate Households

Calabar City Church


"Desperate Households"

A teaching series that focuses on the challenges faced in families and individual personal relationships.

Friday, 1 November 2013

Introducing the Snack of the Moment “EuroSnax®”

PmoneyBiz Promo!

Introducing the Snack of the Moment “EuroSnax®”

Krunchy Corn is a snack made from Corn Meal, Rice Meal, Gram Meal, Vegetable Oil and Vanilla Flavour.

It is a tasty, crunchy and proprietary food by Europlus Nigeria Limited. Krunchy Corn is very healthy and affordable for both kids as well as kids.

Thursday, 31 October 2013

PmoneyBiz Promo!

Dear Reader

Here’s introducing a new feature to my blog. It is an excellent opportunity for individuals, business owners, companies, brands, etc to promote their themselves, their brands, products, services and events on all “Pmoney’s” platforms:

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Before We Shut The Nation Down!

Seems like the hip thing in our nation’s public sector is for everyone to go on strike. With the Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (ASUU) nagging strike that has brought the Public tertiary education system to a halt for months now; Resident Doctors and  recently Consultants also striking;

Saturday, 19 October 2013

Before You Puff That... Read This!

Cigarette smoking is the greatest single cause of illness and premature death in the UK. Smoking has been associated with 400,000 deaths every year in the U.S.
Sitting in the lobby of my hotel on one of my trips, while trying to relax my mind from the frenzy of my busy training schedule and also to get my brain into “relax mode”, I chose to sit at the lounge, sip some juice and milkshake while looking through the papers.
As I lift my head up, I notice a colleague of mine through the glass door standing in the “smoking area”, puffing hard on his cigarette.

Thursday, 26 September 2013

Once Beaten Twice Shot!

Dear Readers,

Sincere apologies for my long cessation from blogging. I have been preoccupied with attending to some other budding personal projects that needed so much of my time, creative energies and attention.
I promise to be back fully sooner than you think. In the meantime, i came across a highly educative and enlightening blogpost by a friend and blogger Aj (Ajumoke Nwaeze) and thought to share it with you today.
I do hope you enjoy the read. Feel free to drop your comments and also download the video and song accompanying the video.
Here's the article:

Once Beaten, Twice Shot!

                                                                Most men who beat women cheat on women.

“Men are physically stronger than women but have no place abusing that power.”

This was the end quote for my video "Could This Be"

Writing that song was the first step, recording it was another, but the hardest part was listening to the song over and over, and plotting a video that best expressed the words of the song.

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Latest gist on "Could This Be" video premiere

Leaving the door open is one way to welcome flexibility and positive changes.

Marvin Keyz Film is glad to announce to the public that the event venue has been changed to a more spacious hall located in an accessible route in the heart of Calabar.
NB: Event date and time remains the same.


Monday, 22 July 2013

PRESS RELEASE: "Could This Be" Video Preimer by Aj

Marvin Keyz Film and Film House Calabar announce AJ's "Could This Be" Music Video Premiere.

By Ajumoke Nwaeze
July 18, 2013

Marvin Keyz Film announces its collaboration with Film House Calabar for "Could This Be" music Video Premiere by AJ.

Saturday, 27 April 2013

On This Day...

On this day, I choose not to blog about my regular topics. Rather I want to write about some things quite personal and a little bit away from the scope of this blog.

I wish to first of all express my profound gratitude

Monday, 1 April 2013

7 Reasons Why Multinational Companies Fail In Africa

Business in Africa as we know it is fraught with its peculiar challenges and an air of uncertainty by reason of several inherent challenges including infrastructural,  educational, power problems, security, health, and the list goes on.

Thursday, 28 February 2013

The Problem of Prestige

I remember when I was still a child, I had this lofty dream of some day becoming a medical doctor. In fact, my dream made my dad feel really proud when I came home from school and he saw those good grades shining off of my report card at the end of the term.

Nigerian Banks: Thieving, Illegal Charges & Unscrupulous Practices.

Has anyone noticed of recent that if you attempt withdrawing money from a First Bank ATM using an ATM Card of another bank that is NOT First Bank's, you would most likely get a responses like this "Incorrect PIN"; "Transaction Incomplete/Invalid" and others. I personally experienced this recently when I attempted withdrawing money using my Bank card on a First Bank ATM

Friday, 18 January 2013

2015: I Endorse You, Spectocrat! By Pius Adesanmi

We are a nation of 150 million spectators. In political discourse, we are arguably the world’s largest spectocracy. Our spectocratic tendency may be music in the ears of the English Premier League and other European football leagues which serve as national diversion from our sorrows, in the domain of political agency and participation, however, it makes us a thing, that insulted thing which is the exact opposite of a citizen. When next you call yourself a Nigerian citizen, you lie

Are You Ready for 2013? Take a 2-Minute Test...

Happy New Year!

It's a fresh year and it's that time of the year when people get all mushy and wishy about what they plan to do and achieve this year. Lot's of folks have already made their resolutions and set their goals, while some others are still romantically embracing their lofty intentions with lots of emotion.