Monthly Archives: August 2016

My Peak Wazobia Experience – Mrs. Omolade Ibidayo

The ‘mother art’, is a love best described as architecture. Without such architecture, most children cannot have a soul of their own. The above saying well narrates the healing power of mother and the love to a child. Mother’s love, an unending sincere affection though not seen but lavishly shown cannot be over-emphasized and enough when displayed.

For some, they have tried endlessly before conceiving, then the stage of sickness that looks incurable in the first trimester of pregnancy, moving over to sleepless night in pregnancy due irregular and uncomfortable sleeping position. Not to talk of the child delivery proper which is always one leg in and a leg out of life existence: celebrating ones mother every day is not enough to show the gratitude for all the pains she has been through. The rigor of taking care of kids at the tender stage will definitely make every human appreciates what his or her mother went through.

Omolade, a middle age woman who lives in the western part of Nigeria, Ijero Ekiti, Ekiti State, derives so much joy from taking good care of her childrennot minding all the details and task involved. As growing kids, their breakfast is always a combination of cereals and milk. “My kids’ want me to addmilk to all their cerealmeals especially their breakfast. Having regular supply of milk became a necessity. Either custard or cornflakes, milk must be lavishly added to it if you want the children to enjoy and finish their food, and they always insisted they still have milk in their bags to school. The kids enjoyed the liquid milk in can more thanthe powdered milk. While this was no problem at home, it was a challenge when it comes to milk in their lunch boxes.

The introduction of Peak Wazobia has made it easier to economically meet the needs of the family by having easy to carry sachets which are also very pocket friendly. Mrs. Ibidayo’s children can now enjoy theirfavoritePeak milkoutside the home at an affordable price: many thanks to Peak Wazobia.

“I cannot describe how I felt when I first saw the Peak Wazobia in sachets. Imagine having such great quality of product and paying very little amount of money for it. My kids love the easy to carry and use pack. They don’t need anyone to open their milk for them. As for me, I rest because even when they leave home without breakfast, they can still enjoy their nutritious breakfast before classes start in school. This truly is a case of nutritious breakfast on the go”

Peak Wazobia is concentrated unsweetened full cream milk fortified with extra additional Vitamin B12 plus Folic Acid. It also contains Iodine,Vitamins A, D3, B1 and B6. It is a needed addition to our diet, nourishing body and mind together.

FCMB Manager Commits Suicide Over N350M Debt

First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Mr Olisa Nwokobi shot himself in Lagos,sources revealed that the 44-year- old bank manager and graduate of Abia State University, killed himself because he was under pressure from his bank over a huge loan he was allegedly owing.

Nwokobi had reportedly gone to his priest last Friday at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, Northern Foresore Estate, Lekki, Lagos and complained bitterly on how he approved a loan for a customer who had refused to service the loan.

It was alleged that he had told the priest that he would not stand the shame and disgrace of being dragged up and down by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC).

A source at the church said: “He told our father to help him beg his wife and his 10-year-old daughter to forgive him. As the priest was trying to advice him, he brought out a pistol and shot himself. He died instantly.

“The church was in confusion the Rev Father could not believe his eyes. We are still confused. I think he said the loan was about N350million.

“The Police visited the church, took photographs and interviewed the priest. He shot himself. He was not killed by armed robbers. We loved him because he was an active member of the church. We know him very well. He was from Nkwelle Ezunaka, Oyi Local Government area of Anambra state. His father was also a former chairman of First bank plc.”

Another church member, Hilary who corroborated the story said: “I think he was under a spell by someone who borrowed money from the bank and refused to service it. I think the man cashed in on the fact that the loan was illegal and refused to service it. He should be arrested”

Lagos state Police Public Relations Officer [PPRO] Dolapo Badmos, who confirmed the story said: “Yes, at about 9:45am Olisa Nwakobi, of house number 11, Aladdin close, Chevron Drive, Lekki allegedly shot himself in the head with a pistol. He shot himself in front of Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church Northern Foresore Estate.

“A team of policemen attached to the Ilasan Division visited the scene. An American pistol with five round of unexpended ammunition was found.” She said the corpse has been deposited at the Lagos Island morgue for autopsy.

According to her the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Fatai Owoseni has ordered full investigation to unravel why the late banker killed himself.

The deceased banker, whose late father, Chief Patrick Oguejiofor Nwakobi was a former Chairman of First Bank of Nigeria plc, a successful lawyer, politician and a respected community leader before his death might have committed suicide because of the burden of the family name.

According to the Source, it was alleged that Nwakobi was the approving officer for a N350million loan that the beneficiary defaulted in servicing.

However, reacting to the development, the bank spokesman, Mr Diran Olojo, currently on vacation debunked the story going round that the deceased killed himself because of pressure from the bank over loan.

According to him, the bank has nothing to do with what happened. “It is possible that he had personal financial issues which nobody could understand now. ”