Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Feron Lingerie Fashion Show 2016 (Valentine Edition) To Take Place 13th Feb.

Feron Lingerie Fashion Show is an annual runway Fashion show of the latest lingerie collection designed and produced by Nigerian Designer Feron Aaron.

This show which is the second edition will feature red carpet interviews, a runway showcase of over 50 sexy lingerie by 20 top beautiful Models (Feron Beauties), 30 minutes of classic love songs, comedy, music performance, dance drama and kissing competition by married couples.
The first edition of the show was held at the prestigious VVIP Lounge of THE PLACE by PAPAS Admiralty Way Lekki Phase1 on 14 February 2013, while the venue for the second edition will be announced later.

FERON Lingerie is a ready-to-wear brand of sexy lingerie designed for sleep, swim, and many more. The lingerie collection consists of Night gowns, bikinis, swimsuits, pants and bra.

It was discovered that the rate of divorce all over the world has more to do with the couple losing the bedroom spark and it was based on this that the second edition of Feron Lingerie Fashion Show is tagged the Art of Seduction. The event which is usually is a valentine's season event because of the strategic significance of lingerie to the celebration of love which is what the Valentine season is for, as the saying goes 'nothing says I love you like a sexy lingerie'.

This year’s show according to the organizer promises to be a glamorous and exciting event for media, celebrities, high end boutiques, and sponsors.

Saturday, 6 February 2016

Fraud Allegations Trails Adron Homes & Properties Promos

The popular saying that once bitten twice shy can be used to explain the reaction of some people to the Adron Homes Valentine Promo, the company headed by Dr. Oba Adetola Emmanuel Olaonipekun King had last year embark on a Promo tagged Lemon Friday 20/20 promo¸ which was fashioned after the Black Friday.

The Lemon Friday promo was run for about 3 months, and the promo is positioned to give 20 per cent on every land bought during the period and anybody who is able to make a down payment of 20 per cent automatically will get a bag of rice and one hamper, but information reaching us is that Adron Homes & Properties Limited may have played some of their customers during the promo period as they were denied the 20 per cent promised.

Meanwhile the company has embarked on a new promo where they claimed will be giving out 15 per cent to customers this valentine season whereas there are claims that some of their customers who make purchase during their last promo were not given chance to enjoy the 20 per cent promised.

With circumstances that are likened to fraud still trailing the last Lemon Friday Promo of the company, the new Adron Homes Valentine Promo may after all not be fair. It is to note that Adron Homes & Properties Limited is a real estate company with properties for sale at areas like; Ibeju-Lekki; Shimawa, behind Redeemed Camp;, Atan Ota; Shimawa among others.

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Ecobank Hands Over 3 Fraudulent Staff to Police for Prosecution over Forgery and Stealing From Customers’ Accounts

Charles Kie
Ecobank Nigeria has handed over to the police for prosecution three of its employees found to have stolen a total sum of N2.8 Million from customers’ accounts through forged signatures. The alleged offence was discovered by the Quality Assurance Unit of the bank during weekly reconciliation. Consequently, the three accused have already been charged to a Tinubu Magistrates’ Court on Lagos Island, Lagos State, on a three-count charge of conspiracy, forgery and stealing.
The prosecutor, Inspector Nurudeen Thomas, told the court that the accused persons - Oluwatoyin Adetunji (41), Oluwatosin Obademi (32) and Olushola Ogunshina (39) - were discovered in a routine inspection conducted by Ecobank Quality Assurance Department to have forged signatures of some customers and stolen N2.8 million from their accounts at the Iyana-Ipaja branch of the bank between July 10 and 14, 2015. The fraud was discovered a few days later.
Thomas who said Adetunji and Obademi were cashiers, while Ogunshina was an Information Technology personnel in the bank, averred that the bank called in the police to effect the arrest of the three.
According to the prosecutor, Obademi and Ogunshina in their confession statements claimed that Adetunji came to them with the deal and promised to pay them N350,000 each.
Thomas said that the offences contravene Sections 285, 361 and 409 of the Criminal Code of Lagos State, 2011.
The Chief Magistrate, K. B. Ayeye, granted the accused persons bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties each in like sum and adjourned the case to February 22 for hearing.