Month: February 2016

I Love My Life

A few days ago I stumbled upon a hilarious and subtly informative article written by Timi Tralagba, on stories.ng. As I read it, I laughed so hard that I thought it would be so uncool (I am a nice person) not to share it with you readers of Pitakwatimes.com. Here it is, for your enjoyment. But don’t laugh too hard O. … Many of us are always angry. Life can be very challenging but this is not the place to be angry. This is not a census for angry people. On Monday morning this week, I called my wife, my sugar baby from the office and promised her 2014 Ford Edge and Sports car.

Press Release: Yeghe Crisis: A Script To Malign Me – Senator Abe

Senator Magnus Ngei Abe,the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in the Rivers South East Senatorial District re-run election has disclosed a conspiracy hatched by Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to malign his character and incite the Ogoni people against him before the March 19th state and national assembly re-run elections. Speaking at Silverbird Rhythm fm 93.7 news and current affairs programme tagged:”The View Point”, in Port Harcourt, Abe said

Where to Find the Top 7 Markets in Port Harcourt and what they sell

From New York to old Constantinople, the port cities of the present and the past have been bustling areas of activity, sparking the fires of commerce in the hearts of the inhabitants, and Port Harcourt, the Oil City of West Africa is no exception. There are many markets you can find in Port Harcourt, catering to different needs. This post lists out these markets, where to find them and what they specialize in.

Samsung (Finally) Debuts Galaxy S7, S7 Edge With Better Cameras — and Waterproofing!

After months of anticipation — and a seemingly endless supply of leaks — Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are finally here. Unveiled during Samsung’s press event at the Mobile World Congress electronics show in Barcelona, the S7 and S7 edge look a lot like their predecessors — but there are a couple of key differences, including new cameras, waterproof designs, and the return of expandable storage. Will that be enough for the S7 and S7 edge to effectively do battle with Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus? Let’s take a look.

Where to find the top 6 Universities and higher institutions in Port Harcourt

Right from the heydays of Diete Spliff the first indigenous governor of Rivers state, the state has been recognized as pillar for education in the entire south-south zone of Nigeria. So it is not surprising that there are over 6 higher institutions of learning to be found dotted around the state. This post gives you the top 6 Universities and higher institutions in Port Harcourt and where to find them both online and offline.

(VIDEO) Institute of Petroleum Studies: University of Port Harcourt

Institute of Petroleum Studies (IPS), University of Port Harcourt is a center for excellence in Petroleum studies in Nigeria. IPS is firmly positioned to meet the training needs of petroleum industry in Nigeria, the Gulf of Guinea and beyond, while contributing to sustainable development. IPS is a classic success story between the Oil and Gas companies and the academia through effective mentoring and inculcation of the best available technology and software, as well as best operating practices for the young, vibrant and energetic trainees. This articles informs you of a current opportunity in Port Harcourt that you could look into despite the current fall in crude oil prices. 

President Buhari, Nigeria’s anti-Corruption President

President Muhammadu Buhari was elected, at this present and trying time,  for one simple reason: to fight corruption in Nigeria. Nothing else. In the various government agencies and parastatals across the country, the fear of Buhari alone sends shivers and icy fingers curling up the spines of the unjust. Many live in constant fear of being caught in corrupt practices. However, while that may be the case, the president nevertheless needs the support of Pitakwa residents and Nigerians as a whole if he is to succeed at this. This article addresses this issue and highlights what should be done in other to bring corruption to the barest minimum in Nigeria. #DoNotFightBuhari, #SupportBuhari, #FightCorruptionInNigeria, #IStandWithBuhari