Its Now or Never! Jumia Black Friday Last Chance Sale is Live!

If you missed the mouth-watering deals in the big bang sales, this your Last Chance! Maybe you were able to grab some deals and still want some more, here’s the chance you seek!



Don’t dull, you snooze you lose! Get ready, form a tag team with friends or family member to keep up with the flash sales. Make the best of this Last Chance because Black Friday comes only once in an entire year!

Beat the holiday rush, get top deals on products from every category; smartphones, home appliances, computers, fashion, children’s goods and more! Today items like the Polystar 32 inch LED Smart TV will be sold at N49,990 (0ld price- N62,980), Nexus 1HP air conditioner for N49,990 (old price- N74,990), Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus for N35,990 (old price- N41,800), FIFA 18 for PS4 will sell at N15,990 (old price- N20,000), Lenovo Tab 7 will also sell at N35,990 (old price- N42,000), Philips dry iron for N2,490 (old price- N3,990), Molfix Diapers Size 1- 50 count retail for N1,490 (old price- N1,790), Asus laptop for N75,990 (old price- N99,990).

Want more goodies? Stalk the Treasure Hunt page for a chance to get one unit of the iPhone X which will be given away for the sum of N250,000 (Old price- N480,000), 2 units of the Samsung Galaxy S8 for N150,000 (Old price- N238,270), 2 units of the Bruhm 1.5 HP split air conditioner + installation kit for N25,000 (Old price- N85,960), 100 units of Saisho 3-in-one blender for N1,000 (old price- N3,490), 20 units of the PS4 FIFA 18 at N10,000 (Old price- N20,000) and 10 units of the Samsung 32 inch HD flat TV for N30,000 (Old price- N73,770).

Don’t forget the Wheel of Fortune, spin to win free shopping vouchers and get extra discounts! The race to win a brand-new Ford Figo is still on! You can also win Air France-KLM return tickets to Europe, all you have to do is shop above N5,000 to qualify.

Be on guard Black Friday Last Chance sale starts at midnight and will last all through today, Friday, December 8th!

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How to Download Large Files With Airtel Social Data Bundle Using Opera Mini

Airtel Social Data Bundle helps you to stay connected to your favorite apps such as Facebook, Twitter, We chat, Opera Mini, WhatsApp and so on.

Airtel Social Data Bundle has been existing for long and many Airtel users have actually been using it. For those who are hearing it for the first time, the plan is usually capped at download limit of 15MB per file, this means that if you try to download any file above 15MB, it won’t work, but with the instruction below, you will be able to download large files with the Airtel social data bundle, files from 15MB and above.

Airtel Social Data Bundle is of three offers, though the best is the last offer which is the N300 for 1GB which lasts for 25 days. Also included offers are the Monthly plan N200 for 25 days about 500MB and the weekly plan, N100 for 5 days. You can dial *688# to see the offers.

To Download Large Files (Above 15MB) With Airtel Social Bundle

  • Opera Mini 7.5 is the best for this trick – Download it Here
  • Installing the opera and don’t set anything, simply scroll down and hit save
  • Switch ON your data and browse through the file you want to download, in the download page, tap and hold the download link, and Select open in new tab, but don’t visit the new tab you created
  • Once you click open in new tab, quickly hit reload And wait for the page to be reloading, before the page finishes reloading, the other tab you opened will pop up your download options, asking you to either save or cancel, don’t rush, I mean don’t be in a haste to click save (if you do that you will obstruct the trick), wait for the page to finish reloading so when it’s done loading
  • Then, you are free to hit SAVE

The file will start downloading in a few seconds. You can now download big files with the Airtel unlimited social data bundle tweak on your Android phone using Opera Mini.

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Fitness and Weight Loss: 5 moves that will flatten your abs, no crunches required

It's important to maintain a healthy body weight

Add this to your regular cardio and strength training sessions to feel as strong as possible.

There’s nothing worse than getting majorly bored with your workout.

In fact, research from the University of Florida shows that those who spice up their sweat sessions frequently stick to their routines better than those who never add any variety.

And when it comes to crunches, well, it’s very easy to get bored.

Time to switch things up! These core moves are anything but boring and will fire up more than just your abs because each move requires stabilization from your entire body. Win win, right? Right.

Do each move for 30 seconds, fitting in as many reps as possible.

Then take a 30-second break and move on to the next move.

Repeat the circuit three or four times and you’ll be feeling fitting and walking taller than ever before.

Add this to your regular cardio and strength training sessions to feel as strong as possible.

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French Open: Halep sets up Pliskova clash after great escape act

Romania's Simona Halep in action against Ukraine's Elina Svitolina in the French Open quarter-finals on June 7, 2017

Romanian third seed Halep saved a match point as she trailed Elina Svitolina 6-3, 5-1 before launching a sensational comeback.

Simona Halep produced an incredible escape act to reach the French Open semi-finals on Wednesday, while Karolina Pliskova ended the run of the lone remaining home hope Caroline Garcia.

Romanian third seed Halep saved a match point as she trailed Elina Svitolina 6-3, 5-1 before launching a sensational comeback to stun the Ukrainian in three sets.

Fifth seed Svitolina twice served for the match at 5-2 and 5-4 in the second set and then had match point at 6/5 in the tie-break.

But she failed to put away Halep and the 2014 Roland Garros runner-up powered through the decider in just 20 minutes to complete a remarkable 3-6, 7-6 (8/6), 6-0 victory.

“I don’t know how I came back. It was really tough. She was playing hard and strong. I was a little bit lucky, I can say,” said Halep, who grabbed the second set on a fortuitous net cord winner.

“I think I was strong mentally. I didn’t give up. That’s maybe why I won this match.”

Svitolina, 22, had looked well-set to become the first Ukrainian woman to make a Grand Slam semi-final.

She allowed Halep just four winners in the first set and coasted to within sight of the last four, but the Romanian ran away with 12 of the last 13 games to avenge her loss in the Rome final.

“I let her back into the game a little bit,” admitted Svitolina, who will rise to a career-high of fifth next week despite the defeat.

“I don’t really need to talk about this match as a bad experience.”

“I’m sad today but tomorrow is another day and life continues, there’s nothing I can do.”

Svitolina, who had been two points from defeat in the fourth round against Petra Martic, finished the quarter-final with 45 unforced errors.

Halep will meet second seed Pliskova for a place in Saturday’s final after the second defeated Garcia 7-6 (7/3), 6-4.

Pliskova, 25, will replace Angelique Kerber as the new world number one if she makes the final, while Halep would rise to the top of the rankings should she claim the title in Paris.

The Czech edged a marathon 77-minute first set against 28th seed Garcia in a tie-break, having failed to convert an earlier set point at 5-3.

The 25-year-old then broke the Frenchwoman as she served to stay in the match to clinch just her second appearance in the last four at a Grand Slam.

“It was very tough. She played very well, we were both serving well. She played a great tournament, even today, it was 50-50, it came down to about two points I’m really glad I made it,” said Pliskova.

Last year’s US Open finalist entered Roland Garros with just two wins in five previous visits.

“I am very happy. Before the tournament I wasn’t sure if I could play good tennis on clay.”

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Cristiano Ronaldo: Player stays atop Forbes list of richest athletes

Real Madrid's Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo is estimated to have earned a total of $93 million between his football salary of $58 million and $35 million in endorsement income

The 32-year-old Portugal forward is estimated to have earned a total of $93 million between his football salary.

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo remained atop Forbes magazine’s list of 100 highest-paid athletes, with Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James moving up to second on a list heavy on NBA players.

The 32-year-old Portugal forward is estimated to have earned a total of $93 million between his football salary of $58 million and $35 million in endorsement income.

It’s the second straight year Ronaldo has topped the list, released Wednesday just days after he spearheaded a 4-1 victory over Juventus that made Real Madrid the first team to retain the UEFA Champions League title.

James, with estimated earnings of $86.2 million, was one of 32 NBA players who made the top 100 — up from 18 last year.

He took over second place from the Argentine footballer Lionel Messi, now third with $80 million.

Swiss tennis great Roger Federer ($64 million) and Golden State Warriors guard Kevin Durant ($60.6 million) rounded out the top five — just as they did last year.

The Forbes figures include salaries, prize money and bonuses earned between June 1, 2016, and June 1, 2017. Endorsement incomes are an estimate of sponsorships, appearance fees and licensing incomes for the same 12-month period based on conversations with industry insiders.

Serena Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam winner, was the lone woman on the list with an estimated income of $27 million — $19 million of which came from endorsements — to place her 51st overall.

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Tech: Okta knocked it out of the park on its first ever quarterly report as a public company (OKTA)

Okta founders IPO

Shares of the cloud software company Okta reached new highs after a better than expected first quarter report.

Okta showed its first report card to Wall Street since going public, and the Street was very pleased.

Shares of the cloud software company popped roughly 7% in after hours on Wednesday, after it reported financial results that topped analyst targets.

Okta’s Q1 revenue of $53 million was up 67% year-over-year, and above the $48 million expected by analysts. Excluding certain items, Okta said it lost $0.50 per share in the first three months of the year, lower than the average analyst expectation of a $0.62 per share loss.

The strong results sent the $2.3 billion company’s stock to a new high, two months after a successful IPO in which its stock soared 44% on the first day of trading. Okta’s software helps companies manage employee passwords for various cloud services.

Okta also offered a financial forecast for the current quarter and the full year that exceeded Wall Street targets.

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