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Today teams flopped, rendering the games i posted with high odds RED!,
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Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has again shown he stands the chance of being crowned one of the most romantic and caring husbands in the country.
He has one more time come out in the open to shower praises on his wife, Oludolapo.

Writing via his Twitter handle on Saturday, the nation’s number two citizen described his better half as “my treasure”.

He recalled how their love story began, telling her that her heart is his home.

“When our worlds collided, it was just a matter of time,” Osinbajo wrote.

“Our story began today, many years ago. The harmony in the symphony. My treasure! Happy Anniversary Oludolapo

“Your heart is my home.”

This may not come as a surprise to those who followed a similar scene played out when the vice-president’s wife turned 50 in July.

Osinbajo had also taken to Twitter to describe her as “treasure, wings, support and gift from God.”

Oludolapo, on her part, has also confessed that she would rather have the vice-president all to herself.

On hearing that he was going to be nominated as running mate to the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, she became apprehensive.

“Because I knew I would have to share him with others, I mean political associates, official functions and all the likes. And I would rather have him to myself alone,” she had said.

“He is a lovely and kind man. He loves to a fault. He cares a lot. His life is all about caring and giving.”


Lionel Messi has extended his contract with Barcelona until 2021.

The Spanish club announced this on Saturday, making official an agreement reached in July.

The contract of the soccer star with the Camp Nou side is supposed to expire in 2018.

“FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi signed on Saturday morning a new contract that will keep the Argentinian superstar at the club through the 2020/21 season,” the club said in a statement.

“The buyout clause was set at 700 million euros ($835 million).”

The new deal with the club comes with a €700m release fee.

He has played 602 times for the Catalans and has scored 523 goals, helping them to 30 trophies.

Among the trophies are La Liga (8 times), Copa del Rey crowns (five times) and four Champions League titles.

A goalscorer and creative playmaker, Messi takes credit for the most official goals scored in La Liga.

He made his debut for the Spanish team in 2004 when he was 17 years.


Authorities in Egypt, through the country’s air force have launched airstrikes on “terrorist outposts” and vehicles after attackers massacred 235 people in northern Sinai mosque, the military said Saturday.

More than 100 others were injured in the Friday assault on the al Rawdah Sufi mosque in Bir al-Abed, believed to be the deadliest terror attack on the country’s soil.

“The Egyptian Air Force pursued the terrorist elements, discovered and destroyed a number of vehicles that carried out the brutal terrorist killings, and killed all terrorists inside those vehicles,” military spokesman Tamer Rifai said in a statement Saturday.

It also targeted a number of terrorist outposts containing weapons, ammunition and radical elements, Rifai said.

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has vowed to respond to the massacre with “brute force.”

Al Rawdah mosque is known as the birthplace of an important Sufi cleric. Sufism is a mystical branch of Islam that some ultra-orthodox Muslims consider heretical.

No one has claimed responsibility, but Friday’s strike bears the hallmarks of an attack by ISIS.

The attack started when an explosive device went off in a building adjacent to the mosque, and gunmen fired at worshippers as they fled, witnesses told CNN.

They said gunmen then entered the mosque and fired at those inside.

The attackers had also set up “ambush” locations and opened fire on ambulances as they transported the wounded to al-Arish before the arrival of security services, according to witnesses.

Photos from inside the mosque showed what appeared to be bodies lined up in rows on the carpet.



Sports / 2 Sure Odd For High Stakers (game Won) by kyngtony(m): 02:07pm On 11 Nov 2017
Premier League
Manchester Utd - Brighton
No Red Card 1.19

Premier League
Tottenham - West Brom
No Red Card 1.19
Primera Division
Real Madrid - Malaga
No Red Card 1.19
Primera Division
Levante - Atl. Madrid
No Red Card 1.19


Odd 2.01
Amount ₦15,000
Bonus 0.00 ₦
Potential winning 30,080.09 ₦


Sports / Re: Safe Predictions For Saturday by kyngtony(m): 01:54pm On 11 Nov 2017

Sports / Safe Predictions For Saturday by kyngtony(m): 01:52pm On 11 Nov 2017
Mochendladbach vs Bayern Munich
tip: X2
Real Madrid vs Malaga
tip: 1 & ov 1.5
levante vs Atl Madrid
tip: X2
Manchester united vs Brighton
tip: 1
Liverpool Fc vs Chelsea
tip: ov 1.5
Borrusia Dortmund vs Schalke
tip: ov 1.5
Leipzig vs Wander bermen
tip: 1X
Entriacht Frankfurt vs Bayer Leverkusen
tip: ov 1.5
Real Betis vs Girona
tip: 1X
Cagliari vs Inter
tip: X2
Desportivo Aves vs FC Porto
tip: 2
Tottenham vs West brom
tip: 1

Crystal Palace vs Stoke
X or GG (chance mix)
Man Utd vs Brighton
1 (1X2)
Newcastle vs Watford
X or GG (chance mix)

Swansea vs Bournemouth
X or GG (chance mix)
Tottenham vs West Brom
1 (1X2)
Liverpool vs Chelsea

odds: 8.33

Sports / General Football Predictions 25/11/17 by kyngtony(m): 08:15am On 11 Nov 2017
booking number: 5ZHM7DM
1254 Premier League
Manchester Utd - Brighton
1/1 1.60
1258 Premier League
Liverpool - Chelsea
GG & Over(2.5) 1.84
3226 Serie A
Cagliari - Inter
2 1.80
2011 Primeira Liga
CD das Aves - FC Porto
2 1.30
1279 Bundesliga
Eintracht Frankfurt - Bayer Leverkusen
GG & Over(2.5) 1.87
1280 Bundesliga
Borussia Dortmund - Schalke
GG 1.52
1282 Bundesliga
RB Leipzig - Werder Bremen
1 1.50
1283 Bundesliga
Monchengladbach - Bayern Munich
2 1.56
1378 Primera Division
Real Betis - Girona
1X 1.28
1380 Primera Division
Levante - Atl. Madrid
X2/X2 1.15
1381 Primera Division
Real Madrid - Malaga
1/1 1.35
3857 Championship
Wolves - Bolton
1 & Over(1.5) 1.50

Odd 136.58

booking number : 5ZBH8R9
2. Bundesliga
Union Berlin - Darmstadt 98
1X 1.12
AZ Alkmaar - FC Twente Enschede
1X 1.10
Eerste Divisie
FC Utrecht - Almere City FC
Over(1.5) 1.16
Super Lig
Osmanlispor - Genclerbirligi
Over(1.5) 1.23
KS Gornik Zabrze - Jagiellonia Bialystok
Over(1.5) 1.19
Primera Division, Clausura
Universidad San Martin - Comerciantes Unidos
Over(1.5) 1.22
Regionalliga Bavaria
Bayern Munich II - FC Unterfohring
1 1.23
Premier League
Al Ahly Cairo - El Daklyeh
1 1.21
First Division A
KAA Gent - Royal Mouscron
1 1.35
3841 Premiership
Dundee - Rangers
Over(1.5) 1.16

Odd 5.95

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According Benjamin, the sale of the application documents, which was scheduled to start on November 22, suffered delay due to the publishers’ inability to print the 1.8 million copies of the forms before the deadline.
“This postponement was due to the delay in meeting agreed deadline by the publisher of the Compulsory Reading Text meant for prospective candidates for the 2018 UTME (Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations).
“The publisher had promised to deliver all the texts for the 2018 candidates on or before November 7 but as at close of work today, the publisher has not provided the 1.8 million copies required.
“This development has painfully forced the Board to shift the date from Wednesday, November 22 to a date to be announced soon,” he said.
Benjamin added that a new date would be announced soon and urged intending applicants to visit its website and familiarise themselves with the application procedures.
“All reforms and the process of registration have been made very friendly and easy for candidates desirous of applying for the 2018 exercise.
“The advertisement when out will explain step by step the processes of obtaining the application e-pins and registration,” Benjamin concluded.

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Science/Technology / Agent P's Genome by Aloyzeus(m): 10:24am On 11 Nov 2017
By: Dren

Agent P,the alias also of the pet of Phineas and Ferb na si PERRY THE PLATYPUS.But have you ever wonder on their Genome?Do they share some characteristics with other animals?Humans? Also this is also one very interesting example of the topic we discussed recently on Systematics.Lets find out.

The sequencing of the platypus genome has received a high amount of misleading press attention.What does this information really tell us about this strangely unique animal and its genetic past?

The recent publication of a draft of the platypus genome (Warren et al., 2008 ) has garnered a great deal of newspaper coverage, much of which has been misleading. Over and over again, the article lead is that the platypus is "weird" or "odd," or even worse, that the animal is a chimera.
One author, for instance, describes the platypus as a "genetic potpourri—part bird, part reptile, and part lactating mammal" (AFP, 2008 ). Unfortunately, such statements are inaccurate. In reality, the platypus is not part bird, as birds are an independent and (directly) unrelated lineage.
Moreover, although one could say that the platypus is part reptile, it is so only in the sense that it is a member of the great reptilian clade that also includes prototherians, marsupials, birds, lizards,snakes, dinosaurs, and eutherian mammals (including humans). Using this line of reasoning, we humans could say with equal justification that we, too, are part reptile.

The truth about the platypus—and what makes the animal's recent genomic sequencing particularly m interesting—is that it belongs to a lineage that separated from ours approximately 166 million years ago,deep in the Mesozoic era, and since that time, it has independently lost different elements of our last common ancestor. By comparing bits of the platypus genome that were conserved with those that were lost, researchers can develop a clearer picture of what Jurassic mammals were like, and they can also determine what sorts of genetic traits contemporary mammals have gained and lost over the course of evolution.

In order to better understand the impact of the platypus study, it is helpful to begin by looking at a cladogram that illustrates the dates when derived traits appeared in the various lineages considered in the study (Nasa Comment Section). This diagram reflects a fairly conventional picture of our evolutionary history, and it reinforces the evolutionary explanation for the illustrated relationships.As you can see, a number of modern animals-including birds-are depicted along the top of the cladogram in Figure 1. Note,however, that the cladogram does not imply that modern monotremes (including the platypus) are part bird. Rather, birds are included in this diagram because they are contemporary representatives of the sauropsid lineage, a group of reptile cousins that split from our family tree roughly 315 million years ago. So, if monotremes aren't part bird, why did the investigators who conducted the platypus study examine genomic data from chickens during the course of their research? The primary reason for inclusion of this data relates to comparison.Specifically, the researchers knew that if they found a feature in birds that was also present in monotremes (or marsupials or eutherians), this would mean that the feature was most likely also present in the animals' common ancestor.

For instance, one of the unusual (for a mammal) features of the platypus is meroblastic cleavage. In fact, there is a famous telegram from 1884 in which researchers who were working in Australia announced a dramatic discovery to their colleagues at the British Association:
"Monotremes oviparous, ovum meroblastic."

Those four words declare that the platypus lays eggs (i.e., it is oviparous) and that the early stages of platypus embryo formation resemble the stages seen in birds and reptiles, not mammals. As opposed to the platypus, eutherians and marsupials have eggs that go through holoblastic cleavage; this means that the first cell divisions following fertilization cut all the way through the ovum,producing multiple,separable daughter cells. On the other hand,in the meroblastic cleavage of the platypus and chicken, the large yolky egg does not completely subdivide, so early cell divisions are incomplete. These incomplete divisions produce a sheet of cells on top of the yolk that are cytoplasmically continuous with the yolk cytoplasm. Indeed, this sheet is common feature in yolky eggs and is a consequence of physical constraints on cell division.

Thus, both the platypus and the chicken exhibit meroblastic cleavage—but this does not mean that platypuses are part bird.Rather, what it does suggest is that meroblastic cleavage is likely a primitive character, one that was inherited from thelast common ancestor of synapsids and sauropsids over 300 million years ago.Another possibility is that birds and monotremes evolved this feature independently, thereby making this trait an example of convergent evolution. Simple observation of meroblastic cleavage in both monotremes and birds is not enough to determine whether this characteristic arose via convergence or via common descent—in order to discover which is the case, we must look at multiple details of the evolutionary process.

Of course, not just the platypus but every living organism is a mix of both conserved,primitive characters and evolutionary novelties—thus, a mouse is just as "weird" as a platypus from an evolutionary perspective, as each is the product of processes that promoted divergence from a common ancestor, and each is equidistant from that ancestor. It's just that we primates share more derived characters, or synapomorphies, with mice than with platypuses because we are more closely related, and the mix of characters in mice istherefore more familiar to us.

Indeed, all modern animals are products of different evolutionary trajectories, and no one species by itself is representative of the ancestral condition. As a result, we must determine the ancestral state of modern animals through the comparison of multiple lineages—and that is the virtue of the data from the platypus. Information regarding the platypus genome adds yet another lineage to our data set—a lineage that diverged from ours over 160 million years ago. The platypus data is therefore a lens that can help us see what novelties arose during that 160 million year window on both the eutherian and monotreme sides of the split.

Sequencing of the platypus genome reveals that the platypus has about 18,000 genes; humans, by comparison, have somewhere around 20,000.Moreover, roughly 82% of the platypus's genes are shared between monotremes,marsupials, eutherians, birds, and reptiles. This is not at all surprising,because all of these organisms are made of eukaryotic cells, and the basic eukaryotic machinery is going to be shared among species. Platypuses and humans also share a lot of "selfish" DNA bits—about half of both species' genomes consists of LINE and SINE - like sequences.

Humans and platypuses do differ in the details, however. For instance, an obvious difference is that the platypus lays yolky eggs, whereas humans and other eutherians have yolkless eggs that are retained in the mother's body. Thus, as you might expect,the platypus has a gene that humans lack—one that codes for vitellogenin, a crucial yolk protein.

•AFP. Neither fish nor fowl: Platypus genome
decoded. May 7 (2008 )
•Brown, S. Top billing for platypus at end of
evolution tree. Nature News 453, 138 (2008 )




Manchester city vs Feyenoord
tip: 1 and over 2.5

Napoli vs shaktar donesk
tip: 1

Sevilla vs Liverpool
tip : GG

Monaco vs Leipzig
tip: GG or over2.5

apoel vs Real Madrid
tip: X2 & under 4.5

Borussia Dortmund vs Tottenham
tip: 1 or GG

Besiktas vs FC Porto
tip: 2 or GG

Spartak Moscow vs NK Maribor
tip: 1 & over 1.5

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