Friday, 25 August 2017

Natural Health Blog Looking For Workers

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Thursday, 3 August 2017

Petrol Tanker Explodes, Kills Two At Mbiama Junction (Photos)

Two dead as petrol tanker fails brake and explodes along East west road, mbiama-yenagoa junction.

May their souls rest in peace!

Monday, 22 May 2017

Backlinks Tip For Bayelsa State Bloggers

Are you a Bayelsa State Blogger? Just starting out or already on the grind?

If you fall into any of these categories, chances are, you are dying to get more traffic, more visitors and more social shares.

The truth is we all do. As bloggers unless we get traffic our online ventures would shrivel and die.

That's why as bloggers the desire to get more backlinks remains top priority. Backlinks are links coming from other websites to your site.

Its like a SEO vote, the more links you have coming to your blog, the easier it would be for you to rank on Google.

There is however a  "but" to that above statement. You need to get quality backlinks to you site and not just any kind of links.

Go for "quality and not quantity" should be the maxim to guide you when looking for backlinks to help improve your Google ranking.

With good Google rankings comes sweet organic traffic, which means more natural visitors to your site.

But no matter how many good backlinks you make, unless Google index them all, you are not going to enjoy their powerful link juice.

So I am here to show you how to make sure your backlinks are indexed by Google.

There are different methods but the one I am going to teach you today is simple and direct and involves just pasting of the url your backlinks are located and then publish them as a single post.

And that's it.

Just copy all the URLs where you made your backlinks and then use them as the body of a new post and then publish.

After doing so, go to your webmaster dashboard and then fetch that particular post link and index it your self.

That's all. 

The No.1 Bayelsa State Blog

I think it is time to officially introduce this particular blog. To give its purpose a face and help you and you, to understand its mission.

First off, this site is basically about Bayelsa State and all that concerns her. It will not cater for anything else, unless it shares a link with the state and her people.

The title and url of the blog already speaks for itself. It is essentially Bayelsan and by that definition, the mission is to show case Bayelsa State to the world.

To tell her story, to help display her potentials and help shape the consciousness of the average Bayelsan by discussing issues that are necessary towards their wellbeing.

As a Bayelsa State Blog it will be diverse in its content. It will try to cover every Bayelsan topic, from politics to entertainment and everything in between.

That's where you come in, you can send in your stories or situation reports as long as it is connected to Bayelsa State.

To get your stories published send it to

You can also get your entertainment content published on the blog. From music, musical videos to any form of event coverage.

As long as it belongs to a Bayelsan or is Bayelsa related.

Be waiting...

 Bayelsa State's Youths And Concept called Violence 

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Bayelsa State's Youths And Concept called Violence

Bayelsa State's Youths and violence go hand in hand and this is fact, especially when the issue of cultism is thrown into the picture.

There is never a day that passes by without some form of youth violence recorded in parts of the state.

It happens all the the time. And for a lot of these youths, being violent is the signature of being powerful.

But then violence And power is synonymous.

We all heard about the killing of an 18 years old Epie girl by an Igbo lad on custom road, Biogbolo.

The murder that was later termed a "ritual attempt" saw tribal violence erupt in that part of Yenagoa.

The incident would later lead to all Igbo traders asked by the state commissioner of police to close their trading centers until the matter is resolved.

But despite the notice given to the Igbo community. An Igbo male was spotted operating his shop yesterday (Saturday 20th) and was attacked by aggrieved youths.

Taking laws into their hands and showcasing their innate violent traits, these Bayelsa State Youth's attacked both the Igbo male and his shop.

In that moment of violence a JTF van came through and in the heat of the moment shot one of the boys on his leg.

He was however later taken to the hospital for treatment.

According to popular opinion he "Deserved It".

Who Is Your Favorite Bayelsa State Governor?

Life is all about preferences. We have things we like and things we hate. As well as people we admire and those we despise. And as a people we have those who we would consider our favorite Bayelsa State Governor(s) and those outside our acceptance.

Just look at the quality of the state and somebody immediately becomes the target of our accusing fingers.

Somebody did this damage that has led us to this point where we are ashamed of the structure of what is considered the Jerusalem of the Ijaw People.

In my own opinion, the Governors come first in this particular game of blame casting. They are the source of our backwardness.

Some were better than the others while others were so horrible on the job that we think they deserve an award for THE WORSE BAYELSA STATE GOVERNOR.

So who is your favorite Bayelsa State governor?

Who made the needed difference or at least made efforts to carry the state to the next level?

It would not be enough to just pick a name. But you should go a bit further by mentioning the achievements as well as the failings, depending on which position you would like to take.

If you desire to name a favorite then please make mention of the achievements that have earned them that place in your heart.

If your desire is to proclaim the worse Bayelsa State governor ever, then please give your reasons.

We are Bayelsans, Bayelsa is our state. So let's come together and talk real talk.

Saturday, 20 May 2017

The Rise And Rise Of Bayelsa State Bloggers

Recent years have seen a geometrical increase of Bayelsa State Bloggers. Each occupying their own unique space but all of them writing about almost the same topic.


But it is not for entertainment alone that these Bayelsa State Bloggers decided to journey the path that was once, exclusively the domain of Linda Ikeji and co.

The basis for becoming a blogger, might be reduced to one single word, SURVIVAL!

Yes! Being a Bayelsan is a hustle and if you are resident in that state then it is three times harder for you than your peers in other parts of the country.

Thus the need to approach every promising avenue for self survival with open arms.

But it is not at all easy for these Bayelsa State Bloggers because people in the state don't take them seriously.

They rather read the blogs of other well established Nigerians rather than contribute towards the blogging progress of their own by constant engagement to their blogs.

A lot of these new breeds of Bayelsa State Bloggers are graduates with the majority of the other half compromising of undergraduates.

It is only proper that they get all the support they can get from their own people and state before begging for outside attention.

Majority of these Bayelsa State Bloggers are getting into the blogging game not as a temporary hustle but as a full time job.

One that would eventually become an employer of persons in the state should online success and traffic come knocking.

If you are a Bayelsan and you are reading this. Take time out to look for blogs that belong to your indigenous brothers and sisters and support them with comments, social media shares and even friendship.

In one of my future posts, I shall make a compilation of Bayelsa State Bloggers and their domain names.

I hope that helps.

Friday, 19 May 2017

Whats Your Take On The Different Universities In Bayelsa State?

The are three universities in Bayelsa State. One is state owned, the other federal operated while the last is still in the process of becoming.

But according to Governor Dickson it is a private university with some loose tie with the state government.

In other words it is a partnership between the state government and the private sector.


 The 3 Universities In Bayelsa State 

For most of us Niger Delta University was the only school that could house our academic dreams back in the day.

But today we have the Federal University Otuoke and I think that changes the game of preference.

So the question now is, between these two universities in Bayelsa State, which one is better?

I studied at the state owned university and I can list some serious faults but I would like to hear from you and you.

What's your take?

 10 Facts About Bayelsa State University 

If you had attended or is currently attending the Federal University at Otuoke then give us a synopsis of what is going on over there.

If these events can be considered as markers for the school been the best or the worse.

And if you are from my alma mater, by all means share your thought on the matter.

Let us discuss and afterwards decide which the best or the worse among the universities in Bayelsa State.

The 3 Universities In Bayelsa State

There are 3 universities in Bayelsa State and all three of them have a distinct framework defining their different foundations.

One is a state owned university, the other is a federal university while the last is a public private university.

Like everywhere else in Nigerian the universities in Bayelsa State are with benefits as well as certain setbacks that can make your university days a living hell.

But since it is not our duty to speak on that in this post, we shall go straight to the listing of these universities.

Niger Delta University

Niger Delta University (NDU) is in Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State in
Nigeria and is a Bayelsa state government funded university.

It was established in 2000 by Chief DSP Alamieseigha, then governor of Bayelsa state. It has two main campuses, one in the state capital, Yenagoa, which contains the law faculty, and the other in Amassoma.

The university is currently ranked among the 50 best universities in Nigeria.

Federal University Otuoke

The Federal University, Otuoke is a federal government-owned University located in Otuoke , a town in Ogbia local government area of Bayelsa State , Southern Nigeria .

The University was established in 2011 and started with 282 pioneer students. It offers degree courses at undergraduate levels.

The University offers undergraduate programs in the faculty of Science, Management Science, Social Science and Humanities, Education, Engineering and Technology

University Of Africa Toru Orua

The (NUC), recently approved the establishment of the University of Africa for Bayelsa, making it the 43rd state university in the country.

According to reports the university would commence full operation by September 2017.

“It will be run on a public private partnership (PPP), basis. Unlike the existing one, it will not be directly funded by the state.
“Our belief is that for a university to be sustainable, we must create room for private sector participation and involvement.
“The University of Africa, Toru-Orua, is the first of its kind in this country to be established by government with private sector involvement.
“It will be strictly a fee paying tertiary institution that will attract students from across the continent and the globe.
“It will be the model as we encourage more private universities in this country’’, Dickson said.

These are the current universities in Bayelsa State. You choose.

What Is Your Opinion On Bayelsa State As A Modern Day Entity?

As indigenes we all have our personal opinion when it comes to Bayelsa State. But since no one can tell of another man's mind, the idea is to get you to talk.

To talk about what you think is wrong with Bayelsa State. What as a state she is doing well or worse.

Personally I am of the conviction that Bayelsa State is a glorified village. An existence that cannot measure up to the amount of resources that has being heaped on her.

For others it is even worse. They are of the opinion that we don't deserve a state of our own.

For them if there is a referendum to get rejoined with Rivers State, the votes would be alarmingly high on the part of those who would want that.

But who would blame them when Bayelsa State has become a den of political thieves of different shades and colour.

Political thieves who are ready to do and undo to fill their pockets but will never do the smallest of altruistic acts to see that the people, their aspirations and state is moved to a logical conclusion hinged on progress.

READ: The Latest News In Bayelsa State

So as an indigene what is your take on the matter? What ideas had the bad bad Bayelsa State situation seeded in your mind.

Just spill it and let us talk.

Thursday, 18 May 2017

The Latest News In Bayelsa State Between Last Week And Now

The latest news in Bayelsa State can be described as episodes of sadness and lost and a fact telling experience of how human life has become almost worthless before some people.

Yes! Human life!

The past two weeks in Bayelsa state has seen an upheaval of one kind or other disturbing the peace and in the center of it all was the sudden departure of human life.

Last week news of an Epie girl murdered by an Igbo male filtered through Yenagoa like a dark mist and before you know it there was violence in the Biogbolo axis of the state capital.

According to the rumours that eventually became the latest news in Bayelsa State that particular period.

The girl who is a native of Yenagoa and the Igbo male had lodged in a small motel located on custom road.

Whether for sex or for something else, it became irrelevant as that night meeting would begin the end to the girls life.

Rumours had it, that he had wanted to use her parts for ritual, thus the stabbing and gut opening.

Even the Bayelsa state media had this same version as the latest news in Bayelsa State on that day and the days after it.

Maybe it was her cries, maybe it was the hands of fate, but according to the story. She struggled free from the murder attempt but with devastating wounds already inflicted on her.

The Igbo male would successfully flee with the darkness of the night and the negligence of the motel management serving as accomplice.

Days later news of her death made the rounds and that was when Epie youths took matters into their hands and Igbo shops and people would become the target of their anger.

Timely intervention by security forces however made certain the looting of Igbo businesses and harassment of their owners were contained without much damage recorded.

Its been almost two weeks now, and Igbo businesses in that area of Yenagoa has remained on the lockdown.

The killing Of Former Bayelsa State PDP Chairman Christopher Hobobo From Agbere.

This assassination of an Agbere adult male whose daughter happens to be an acquaintance took place on Wednesday morning.

He was stabbed to death in his own living quarters by men of the underworld, who were brought before his lodgement with a single intent "KILL HIM".

Between these two deaths, the latter is currently the latest news in Bayelsa State, with many a person still whispering of how human life was now nothing before those who would take it away for a price.

About The Former Bayelsa State PDP Chairman Recently Murdered

The news of the gruesome murder of a former Bayelsa State PDP Chairman rocked the peaceful boat of Bayelsans yesterday.

The reason behind the assassination remains unknown but one well know fact is the general opinion that none of us are safe in our houses.

The ex PDP chairman was murdered in his own house located on the same street where i live.

His gate was forced opened and right there in his own space his life was taken away from him like candy from the hands of a kid.

Strangely enough, he is also from the same village as my humble self and it pains to realize that my ancestral home just lost another father, son and brother.

My concern is however about the state of violence in the state and the seemingly lack of security that now pervades the air.

Stories of maiming and murder is becoming a constant in our daily narration.

Which is enough to make any normal Bayelsan live in fear. Fear of both the known and unknown menace that might suddenly just spring up and cast a dark shadow over our heads.

There use to be a time when security vans were positioned at the entry and exit points of our various streets.

Those where the good old days when we had all pretended to be safe despite the abundance of cultists and militants surrounding us.

But these days cultism, harassment and and blatant theft are now our permanent neighbours without fear of justice.

Bayelsa State is now a jungle of some sort where blood letting is as bad as the stories of the wild wild west that our televisions had rendered, serving as a warning to the dangers of excessive individual freedom against the goodwill of the collective whole.

As a people the time is coming when we must come together and protest against the current situation.

Fill the air with a roaring "We are no longer safe", until the government listens and does something about it.

Our youths are now nothing but tools in the hands of politicians who would see them kill for the price of peanuts.

With no proper education for the average Bayelsan, the goriness promises to continue nonstop.

It is true that government cannot completely secure us as a people but the other truth is also contained in the fact that the security effort of the government is below expectation.

May the soul of the former Bayelsa State PDP chairman find peace in the afterlife. Amen!

Bayelsa State A Glorified village

A lot of people would consider Bayelsa State to be an urban city with structures portraying the civilised moments that we now live in.
But that is a terrible lie emanating from the compounds of ignorance.
Any person with knowledge of what Bayelsa State looks like would quickly lament the backwardness characterizing the entire state.
Bayelsa State is a modern day village, a glorified village.
As an indigene it hurts the eyes when a look at the capital known as Yenagoa is no different from local government areas like Otukpo in Benue state.
A general look speaks of a failed state and failed politicians who are more concerned with siphoning state funds than fulfilling election promises.
The problem therefore with the state, are the politicians who run it and is currently running it aground.
Bayelsa is presently being operated through falsehood. People outside are of the opinion that it's erstwhile huge state allocations has made her a modern day beauty while maintaining a life of Bliss for its people.
But that is another big lie!
Some people would readily tell you that the state is cursed and on a course towards an eventual collapse.
Which is not far from the truth.
Even the state university, Niger Delta University is another mismanaged avenue for a grand theft that has time and time again defiled common sense.
Bayelsa State is not a state but a glorified village.

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

The Best Health Blog From Bayelsa State

The are different blogs in Bayelsa State today but almost all of them are catering for the entertainment niche.
All of them wants to become the next Linda Ikeji but sadly not all of us can.
Today I present to you a blog that is about health and since health is wealth this particular blog promises to make you rich by blessing you with all kinds of health tips.
It is of particular interest to us because it belongs to a seasoned Bayelsan blogger and the first among very few that started the blogging craze in Niger Delta University when many were still ignorant of what many benefits the internet can bestow on hard work and skills.
His name is FELIX OYINTONBRA BRAMBAIFA. He is from Agbere in Sagbama LGA and is one of the best bloggers in the state.
You can check out the blog at Naturally Healthy People.
The health contents on that blog is indeed worth the effort of reading through each post.