FBN Holdings Plc (FBNH.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Financial sector has released it’s 2013 presentation results for the half year.For more information about FBN Holdings Plc (FBNH.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the FBN Holdings Plc (FBNH.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: FBN Holdings Plc (FBNH.ng) 2013 presentation results for the half year.Company ProfileFBN Holdings Plc is a leading financial services institution in Nigeria offering banking products and services for the commercial, corporate, investment and merchant banking sectors. The company also offers insurance products for individual and corporate clients and other financial services for merchant banking, asset management, investment and general trading, private equity, financial intermediation services, trusteeship, portfolio management and discount house services for individual and corporate clients. The Insurance division underwrites life and general insurance products and offers insurance brokerage services. FBN Holdings Limited was founded in 1894 and today operates in 874 business locations in 12 countries. Its company head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. FBN Holdings Plc was founded in 1894 and is based in Lagos, Nigeria. FBN Holdings Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchang
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2 COMMENTS Blue Darters led 14-6 at halftime, but lightning delay eventually leads to postponementUpdated at 10:40 PM – After a two-hour lightning delay, the game between Apopka and Miami Norland High Schools was cancelled with Apopka leading 14-6 at halftime. According to the pressbox announcer, both schools agreed to complete the game at a date to be determined. It was a beautiful night for football at Roger Williams Field on the campus of Apopka High School. Mild temperatures with a nice breeze and an overcast sky held on for two quarters.But then the bottom fell out of the sky.The Apopka Blue Darters took a 14-6 halftime lead against the Miami Norland Vikings before rain and lightning intervened. A mandatory evacuation of the field cleared-out a capacity crowd in the Blue Darter’s opening home game of the season. Jecoryan Davis-Hamilton ran for 132 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries; the last coming on a 7-yard touchdown run with 33 seconds remaining in the second quarter. Senior cornerback Chance Bush filled in as running back and ran for 32 yards on eight carries.Hamilton capped off Apopka’s second drive with a 13-yard touchdown run, followed by a Bush two-point-conversion run that gave Apopka an 8-0 lead with 3:42 left in the first quarter. The Blue Darter defense once again shined, particularly inside the 20-yard line where they stopped Norland three times on fourth down. However with 4:41 left in the second quarter, senior quarterback Alec Carr ran 50 yards, and then threw a 13-yard touchdown pass, however the two-point conversion attempt was stopped by Apopka, who kept an 8-6 lead.On the Blue Darter’s final drive of the half, Hamilton gave Apopka breathing room after a late hit pushed them back to their own 10-yard line when he ran for 25 yards to the Blue Darter 35 yard line. Five plays later Hamilton hit Bush on a short pass, but Bush broke two tackles to gain 20 yards and gave the Blue Darters a first down at the Viking 30 yard line. Three plays later, Hamilton scored his second touchdown of the evening on a 7-yard touchdown. The extra point was blocked, which gave Apopka a 14-6 lead. UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter September 2, 2017 at 5:25 pm Mama Mia TAGSBlue Darters Previous articleNelson urges Trump administration to keep Florida Panther on Endangered Species ActNext articleOn this day: The first American ATM opens Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR September 2, 2017 at 7:34 pm An and IP Miami’s Prayers, a Devine Intervention Please enter your comment! Reply Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Please enter your name here Ej Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Reply They had the bad lightning and the heavy rain. I wonder if the game will ever be finished? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Twitter Local News Previous articleORMC receives an ‘A’ for patient safetyNext articleHIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Big plays jumpstart Permian, Panthers prepare for Southlake Carroll Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – December 15, 2020 WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Medical Center Health System is reporting two more COVID-19 related deaths, a press release detailed. The first patient, a 53-year-old man, died Monday evening. The second patient, a 74-year-old woman, also died Monday evening. The first patient was a resident of Ector County and was admitted to MCH on Dec. 2. The second patient was a resident of Ector County and was admitted on Dec. 14. Both patients had pre-existing conditions and both families have been notified. Twitter MCH reports 163rd, 164th COVID-19 related deaths Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest TAGS
WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Homepage BannerNews News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Google+ Google+ Twitter It’s been revealed that there are a total of 26 vacant state owned sites in the North West.13 vacant non-HSE sites have been identified in Co Donegal along with 13 HSE vacant sites in the region.According to analysis carried out by the Irish Times, following parliamentary questions by Sinn Féin TD Peadar Tóibín, there are at least 335 unused buildings or sites owned by bodies which operate under the oversight of departments of the State.In addition to the sites deemed vacant, the Irish Times is reporting that there are also sites which are stated to be “unsuitable for occupation”, including 13 “fishery harbour centres” in locations including Killybegs.Meanwhile, some of the sites or buildings identified are earmarked for development such as; in Dungloe, Co Donegal, and Tuam, Co Galway, two sites are intended for future courthouse development.Deputy Tóibín says; given the fact that housing is the defining crisis of our time, it’s absolutely shocking that the State itself has so many unoccupied buildings and unoccupied land, some of that in very useful locations.” Facebook Facebook 26 state owned sites identified as vacant in North West RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Pinterest By News Highland – June 1, 2018 DL Debate – 24/05/21 Previous articleGAA Preview: Jason McGee and Enda McCormick ahead of Donegal U20 v DerryNext articleDetails of CAP budget post Brexit to be revealed today News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
View post tag: Illustrious View post tag: Naval HMS Illustrious returned home to Portsmouth this evening after completing a £40m maintenance and upgrade programme in Scotland…By Michael Powell (portsmouth)[mappress]Source: portsmouth, July 8, 2011; Back to overview,Home naval-today HMS Illustrious Returnes Home to Portsmouth, UK View post tag: UK View post tag: Returnes July 8, 2011 View post tag: home Share this article Training & Education View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Portsmouth HMS Illustrious Returnes Home to Portsmouth, UK View post tag: HMS View post tag: Navy
View post tag: CTF151 August 17, 2015 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval Authorities View post tag: africa Back to overview,Home naval-today CTF151 Navies Save Merchant Mariner Share this article View post tag: Merchant View post tag: Navies CTF151 Navies Save Merchant Mariner View post tag: Mariner View post tag: Navy Navies operating with Combined Task Force 151 conducted a coordinated operation to save a merchant mariner who was taken ill at sea.Ships from Japan and Korea coordinated the rescue mission in the Gulf of Aden to evacuate the mariner to Djibouti for urgent medical care.Republic of Korea Ship (ROKS) Chungmugong Yi Sun-shin was escorting the Panama flagged merchant ship MV Fuji Gas when a crew member was taken ill. ROKS Chungmugong Yi Sun-shin dispatched a sea boat to transfer the sick crew member across to the Korean ship. After initial treatment by medical personnel, a helicopter from the Japanese ship Akizuki flew the mariner from the Korean naval escort ship into Djibouti.Both ships are currently in the Gulf of Aden conducting counter piracy missions and recently took part in a multinational and multiagency operation coordinated by CTF151. This took place over 7 days covering areas in the Somali Basin, Gulf of Aden and Gulf of Oman.Japan is leading CTF 151 for three months, conducting operations to deter and maintain the suppression of piracy in the Horn of Africa. Other nations working in direct support to the Japanese-led headquarters include Australia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Thailand, Turkey, UK and USA.[mappress mapid=”16678″]Image: CMF View post tag: save
A daughter pens a message to mom on the window of the Bangles N Bows shop on the 1300 block of the Ocean City Boardwalk on Mother’s Day. What started on Sunday with an Ocean City Boardwalk merchant writing a card to her mom on a small shop window turned into sprawling tribute to mothers everywhere.Mother’s Day messages at Bangles N Bows.Caitlin Quirk wrote her note on a window at Bangles N Bows on the boardwalk between 13th and 14th streets, then left a bigger one for other people to finish the sentence, “I love my mom because …”Quirk said she figured the responses might fill one of the shop’s three big windows, but by the end of Mother’s Day, across all the windows of her shop and those of the neighboring Onni Gift Shop, grateful children had told the world they love their moms because:“She is my best friend.”“She never gives up.”“She has one good smile.”“She is the glue that holds us together.”And, of course, because, “She makes me bacon.”“Tons of people came out to share why they love their mom on our windows,” Quirk said.
By LESLEY GRAHAMOcean City High School’s girls soccer team was all treats and no tricks Thursday afternoon as it advanced to the South Jersey Group 3 semifinal with a win over visiting Cherry Hill West.The Red Raiders won in thrilling fashion on Halloween, defeating the Lions 1-0 by scoring with just 12 seconds remaining in the contest.With under 30 seconds to play, when the game all but looked as if it was headed to overtime, the Red Raiders battled in front of the net and fought to finish the game on their own terms.With a barrage of players moving inside the box, junior Faith Slimmer got a ball to the feet of sophomore Summer Reimet for a one-two punch and a finish on net. The clock read 12 seconds as the Ocean City bench erupted in cheers.Ocean City improved to 20-1-1 on the season, while Cherry Hill West ended the season with an 11-8-2 record.Carly Reighard uses ball control to move past the Cherry Hill West defenders.As the game got underway, Ocean City fell into its normal rhythm of precise passing, controlled ball movement and communication to dominate most of the possession in the first half.The Red Raiders had quite a few quality looks on the net, but Cherry Hill West’s goalkeeper, Michela Auguardro, had some outstanding saves on the afternoon, keeping Ocean City off of the scoreboard.After a hard fought 40 minutes, both teams were scoreless headed into halftime.Ocean City Head Coach Kelly Halliday said at halftime that it wasn’t going to be pretty.“I told them to get up, get their intensity up because the longer it is zero-zero, anything can happen,” Halliday said after the game.Red Raider Faith Slimmer sends one into the box.As the teams took their places to get the second half started, Cherry Hill West seemed to find a bit of momentum on its side, spending more time in the offensive end than in the previous half.Ocean City seemed to be a bit sluggish on the ball, not as crisp as in games past, allowing the Lions to find a bit of life in the second half.But with the minutes waning down and both teams amping up their level of play, Ocean City got back to doing what it does best – aggressive play and smart decisions in the attacking end.Halliday was thrilled with the victory.“I was happy with our effort and I knew once we got one, it would be OK. I just didn’t expect it to be with 12 seconds remaining in the game,” she said with a laugh.The No. 1 seeded Red Raiders will now face the fifth seeded Toms River South Indians on Monday at 2 p.m. at Ocean City’s Carey Stadium for the semifinal matchup.The Red Raiders are all smiles after the hard-fought victory. Ocean City sophomore Summer Reimet, who scored the game winner, looks to take a shot on goal.
On Saturday, the unstoppable colossus of rock known as Widespread Panic continued their run in Durham, North Carolina with the second night of debauchery at the Durham Performing Arts Center.The band returned to the stage well-rested and revving to go. Unleashing the monkey out of the bottle, Dave Schools got the show rolling with a cover of The Band’s “Ophelia”. John Bell’s voice has only gotten better with time, like an aged cask of whiskey that has inherited its oak barrel flavors. However, the highlight of “Ophelia” was Jimmy Herring and JoJo Hermann’s instrumental interplay. The Band tunes kept rolling with “Shape I’m In”, which had some nice JoJo and JB vocal layering before Jimmy Herring threw grease on the fire and sizzled throughout the jam. Widespread hadn’t done “Ophelia > Shape I’m In”—in that order—since their 2016 “Milwookie” run.The head-bobbing rhythms of “Pigeons” retaught the audience how to fly as the band took the music to a psychedelic level. After a slight pause, Widespread mellowed out for a sexy performance of “Gradle”. Turning up the heat, JoJo and JB melded voices again for a hot take on the original “All Time Low”. Once again, Jimmy bided his time until recklessly opening Pandora’s Box, creating a rift in the space-time continuum with JoJo chasing him down the rabbit hole. JoJo also took the liberty of adlibbing some lyrics, altering the line, “Thrown from the top of a Jerry Falwell!”John Bell corralled the soulful spirit of Bill Withers to assist him in vocalizing a particularly nasty “Use Me”, which made its first appearance since the band’s 2017 Halloween run in Vegas. Jimmy Herring pushed the jam to far-distant lands, melting faces at light speed before battling JoJo’s clavinet in a heated duel.“Glory” set the stage and laid the listener upon the operating table while surgeon JoJo Hermann wrenched the still-beating heart from the chest with an amazing “Nobody’s Loss”. The tune rarely surfaces more than once a year, though Saturday’s rendition marked its second performance this year after appearing as part of the day 3 encore at WSP’s destination event, Panic en la Playa Ocho, in January. Many hope this song will stay in the rotation more consistently.To close the first set, Widespread Panic honored to their fallen bandmate, Michael Houser, with “Space Wrangler”. Starting slowly, the intensity rose and fell like the ocean’s tides. Jimmy Herring juggled explosive solos, melting faces before throwing a stick of dynamite with a lit fuse to Dave Schools who chomped it in half, scattering musical gun powder around his side of the stage. As the band walked off stage for setbreak, even their shadowed echoes were still jamming to nothing but heat.Coming back from the intermission, the Panics took a side road detour down to New Orleans with a half helping of a simmering “Fishwater” stew that led into Dr. John’s “I Walk on Guilded Splinters”. JB’s steady diet of fish stew and voodoo had his voice dripping with dirty swamp water. JoJo Hermann’s fingers danced spritely from his synthesizer to the ivory keys of his piano. With one final piano flourish, the rhythm section settled down for a haunted gambol to the bayou. The enchanting lyrics grew louder and louder until the band was joined onstage by spirits conjured for a temporary sojourn with Kalfou.A swift transition kept the juju flowing, as a Schools introduced “Bear’s Gone Fishin’”, a tribute to recently fallen friend and fan Thomas “Bear” Guenther. The fire kept burning with a “Tie Your Shoes” that crashed around the ravenous audience at an insane tempo. After JoJo teased both “Spanish Moon” and “Ride Me High”, the band lingered on the faint rhythm of “Tie Your Shoes” before taking a stroll down Tobacco Road with “Walkin’ (For Your Love)”, which had been scratched from Friday’s setlist in favor of “Imitation Leather Shoes”. This “Walkin’” was worth the wait, featuring a fake-stop before closing out with style and precision and setting the tone for a tender performance of “Gimme”.Herring carved another notch in his wizard staff with another outstanding “Jack” featuring a spirited performance from John Bell. The bouncing, reggae beat of Jerry Joseph’s “Chainsaw City” brought “no bad vibes” and gave a chance for Schools and JoJo to harmonize their backing vocals. Sonny Ortiz knocked around his kit before JoJo’s funky clavinet and Jimmy’s warlock guitar slayed this beast of a song. After JB emitted a “banshee wail” that sounded like a condemned soul’s last earthly noise before descending into fiery bowels of Hell, the music morphed into another Jerry Joseph song, “Climb to Safety”, to remind everyone that “it’s no fun to die alone!”After a short drums section gave Duane Trucks and Sonny Ortiz time to smash their kits, Widespread Panic ended the seamless second set in the same way that it began—with the second half of “Fishwater”. JB, Schools, and JoJo chanted and layered “Mo’ Mo’ Mo” with some sumptuous “Fish stew” raps that elicited amazement from the audience—many of whom had forgotten about the imminent return of “Fishwater” that wrapped the second set into one humongous fish sandwich.The only time the music stopped during the set was during the little pause near the end of “Walkin’”, making for a seamless 92 minutes of second-set nastiness.Returning to stage for a selection of encores, Widespread Panic tipped their metaphorical cap to the audience with a rousing “Good People”. The song is a tribute to the community of dedicated fans who show up with unsurpassable energy to feed to the band time and time again. To cap the scorching second night, the Panic boys paid tribute to Tom Petty with a cover of his “You Wreck Me” for only their sixth time ever.With one last harvest of music on the horizon, Widespread Panic looks to finish out the Durham run tomorrow in the same caliber as D.C. and the Cap—three top-tier runs in three different cities. The new tour schedule is giving them time to welcome the audience on Friday, blow their brains out on Saturday, and heal their souls on Sunday. Well, goodpeople, come get your medicine at tonight’s Sunday service led by Reverend Bell and backed by the best damn band in Heaven and Earth.For a full list of Widespread Panic’s upcoming tour dates, head here.Setlist: Widespread Panic | Durham Performing Arts Center | Durham, NC | 3/30/19Set One: Ophelia > The Shape I’m In, Pigeons, Gradle, All Time Low > Use Me, Glory, Nobody’s Loss, Space Wrangler (66 mins)Set Two: Fishwater > I Walk On Guilded Splinters > Bear’s Gone Fishin’ > Tie Your Shoes > Walkin’ (For Your Love)^ > Gimme > Jack > Chainsaw City > Climb To Safety > Drums > Fishwater (92 mins)Encore: Good People, You Wreck Me (10 mins)Notes ^ w/ pause; ‘The Shape I’m In’ LTP 3/15/18 Wash DC (39 shows); ‘Use Me’ LTP 10/29/17 Las Vegas (50 shows); ‘Spanish Moon’ tease after ‘Tie Your Shoes’