Thursday, June 21, 2012

BREAKING: ‘The Village Headmaster’ Producer, Amb. Segun Olusola Is Dead

            From some industry sources say that one of Nigeria’s best TV producers, Ambassador Segun Olusola is dead.
Ambassador Olusola was the producer of popular Nigerian TV soap, The Village Headmaster, which was one the best soaps ever produced in Nigeria.
He died on Thursday evening in Lagos according to his aide, Wole Adediran after a brief illness.
“I can confirm to you that Baba died at about 6.30pm this evening” Adediran told The Nation when contacted.
He was a former Nigeria’s ambassador to Ethiopia. He was aged 77. He is the founder of African Refugee Foundation. Ambassador Olusola was always seen in some social gathering that are arts


AMEN IN A MILLIONS TIME! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !! ! ! ! ! ! !

JTF nabs mastermind of UN building bombing

Abuja – Habib Bama, a suspected Islamist sect terrorist, who was declared wanted by the State Security Service (SSS) on Feb. 15 for allegedly masterminding the bombing of some public institutions, has been arrested.
A competent source in the SSS said that Bama, an ex-soldier, was arrested on Thursday during a shoot out with the Joint Task Force (JTF) in Damaturu, the capital of Yobe.
Bama is alleged to have masterminded the bombing of the Mogadishu Barracks Mammy market, Police Force Headquarters and UN building, all in Abuja, and some churches in Madalla in Niger.
The bombings took place on Dec. 31, 2010, June 16, 2011 and Aug. 26, 2011, respectively.
The suspect was “fatally wounded’’ during the shoot out.
The SSS had in a statement on Feb. 15, 2012, declared Habibu Bama, wanted in connection with “crime against the state’’.
“He is hereby declared wanted by the Federal Government in connection with crimes against the state.
“Members of the public with any information that could lead to his arrest are here implored to immediately contact the nearest police station, military formations or other security agencies,’’ it said.
The statement said that Bama, a Kanuri from Borno State, is also known as “Shuaibu Bama” and “Habib Mamman”. (NAN)

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

PHOTO of the day (Pls don't Laugh)

                        Found this on Facebook and I think I should share.
                                                         This is funny

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

BREAKING NEWS: Hosni Mubarak Is Dead

Ousted Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak has died at the age of 84, state news agency MENA said in a report confirmed by a hospital source.

Varsity student jailed 20 years for Internet scam

A 25-year-old student of the University of Ilorin, Imonina Kingsley, has been jailed 20 years by Justice Mohammed Shuaibu of a Federal High Court in Kaduna.
A statement by the spokesperson of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren, on Monday, said Kingsley, was sentenced on four-count of impersonation, possession of fraudulent documents and attempt to obtain money by false pretences.
Kingsley, who will spend five years on each of the four counts, resides at Rubby Hostel, Tipper Garage, Ilorin, Kwara State.
The convict was arrested on April 4, 2008, during a special operation code-named, Operation Cyber Storm 1 at Wave Network Net Cyber Café on Pipeline Road, Tanke, Ilorin, Kwara State.
He was said to have used the false identity of one Mr. Thomas Duke, a supposed gay, with the email address given as to send fraudulent mails with intent to defraud unsuspecting victims.
In a related development, Justice L. Akanbi of a Federal High Court in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has jailed Jacob Isintume (a.k.a. Prince Williams Mbeki) for seven years without an option of fine.
Isintume was arrested on January 2 at Ocabik Planet Hotel, off Stadium Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, by officers of the Joint Task Force. He was at the time of his arrest in possession of a laptop with forged documents stored in it.
Also found on him was his image imposed on pictures of the former United States President, George W. Bush, and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Also, Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court in Asaba, Delta State, has sentenced Paul Omokaro and Johnson Obi to three years imprisonment each.
They were found guilty of conspiracy and illegal dealing in petroleum products.
The convicts were however given an option of N180, 000 fine on each count.
The court also ordered that the truck and the product they were arrested with be forfeited to the Federal Government.
Culled: Punch

Mum catches boy ‘r**p’ daughter

     EGYPT —  A 21-year old Egyptian boy was arrested on charges of rape when a mother caught her daughter in the arms of the boy.
The mother was shocked when she did not find her daughter at home after she returned from work. She checked the terrace and saw her daughter lying naked in the arms of a young man.
The young man jumped off the roof onto another house upon seeing the mother, who rushed to catch him.
She went to the police station and accused the boy of raping her 17-year old daughter.
The accused was arrested immediately where he confessed that he had been in a relationship with the girl for couple of years and they would meet in the absence of the parents.
Court granted the boy bail after a payment of Dh1,152.

Scandal Hit MBGN AS Miss World Disqualifies 2012 Winner Over Age


      Scandal has hit the MBGN 2012 as the winner Isabella Ayuk has been disqualified by Miss World organizers over age..The organizers are now doing lot of damage control to save the mess..
These were the mail that exposed the winner and response of organizers Silverbird
Corruption in MBGN!

No doubt corruption is now a way of life in Nigeria and as such you find corrupt practice in anything we do in Nigeria.

Few months when I raised the alarm that Isabella Ayuk, the lady who won the crown of the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) is more than 26years which she claims she is, many felt I was Blackmailing her! I knew this because her younger sister who was my classmate in secondary school is now 27years old.

 Today the truth has been told which the organisers of the MBGN, the Bruce family knew even before she contested! But instead, favoured her to be the winner because Isabella is dating Hon Emeka Ihedioha, the Deputy Speaker House of Representatives Abuja and she also warms the bed of a big time businessman Henry Imasekha, a very close friend of James Ibori.
Today she has been disqualified from contesting in the Miss World Pageant due to age factor which she lied about and as such the first Runner up Diamete Charles will now represent Nigeria.

My question is What Kind of Country do we Live in? Even in the Pageant industry there's corruptio!. The Bruce family have now disgraced themselves and Nigeria before the entire world. Pls Rebroadcast to say no to Corruption in Nigeria.-

Juliet Eyiboh. Writes in from Calabar.
Silverbird Response

The management of Silverbird, organisers of the annual Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria and Africa's longest running beauty pageant will be sending MBGN First Runner up, Miss DIAMETTE CHARLES GRANVILLE, to represent the country at the Miss World pageant holding in Mongolia, China in August.
MBGN winner, Miss ISABELLA AGBO AYUK will represent Nigeria at the Miss Universe.

MBGN Second Runner up, Miss IFEOMA UMEOKEKE will be at the Miss Tourism International holding later in the year in China

In a signed statement, the
management said the decision was in the best interest of the beauty ambassadors, the company and the country at large.
'As we celebrate our 25th anniversary in the world of beauty pageantry, Its our wish not to only raise the bar but replicate the groundbreaking records achieved by Agbani Darego as the first Black Africa's Miss World 2001 as well as some past queens who have achieved remarkable results at some renowned international pageants in the recent past.
While we seek your understanding, we also urge you to pray for their victory at the various global beauty pageants where they will be flying the country's flag"

Group Vice President, Silverbird

Friday, June 15, 2012

Copyright Society of Nigeria slams Billion Naira suit on Wazobia FM


Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), the nation’s sole government approved collective management organization for musical works and sound recordings has filed a landmark copyright infringement action against Globe Broadcasting & Communications Ltd, owners of the well known radio stations, WAZOBIA FM in Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt and the stations’ CEO, Mr. Amin Moussalli. 

In suit No. FHC/L/C69S/598/12 filed at the Federal High Court, Lagos on 5TH June 2012, COSON is asking for the award of more than one billion naira in unpaid royalties and damages against Wazobia FM and its owners for the unauthorized copying, broadcast and infringement of the copyright in the musical works and sound recordings belonging to COSON members, affiliates and assignors. 

In the writ endorsed by Lagos IP lawyer, Mr. Justin Ige of Creative Legal, Seun Omotoba & Co, COSON has also asked the court for exemplary damages in the sum of Five Hundred Million Naira and aggravated damages in the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Million Naira. 

In the momentous action, supported by a 38 paragraph Statement of Claim and 50 exhibits, COSON is requesting for a perpetual injunction restraining the Defendants, their agents, privies or servants from further or other unauthorized copying, broadcast and/or infringement of the copyright in the musical works or sound recordings belonging to its members, affiliates and assignors and a perpetual injunction restraining the Defendants whether by themselves, agents, privies, servants or however so called from evading or attempting to evade the payment of royalties for musical works and sound recordings broadcast.

The Gospel According To ‘Saint’ Farouk(A MUST READ)

1) And it came to pass after these things, on the first day of the first month of the twelfth year after the second millennium, that king Jona son of Bele announced to the people saying; there is no money left in the royal treasury, and the future of the kingdom is in great danger.

2) Therefore, a measure of oil shall no longer sell for three scores of silver and seven, but shall now be seven scores of silver and one. But the people grumbled aloud, and said unto another, what shall it profit our king to gain all these oil money and lose his throne?

3) For it is appointed unto him to reign but once, and after this prison, for many are the atrocities which he has committed.

4) So they said unto the king, eat thou thy food in peace in the palace, and surround thou thyself with thine women, only touch not our oil price and do thy people no harm.

5) But the king would not listen, and said unto himself, I know my people, they shall only grumble for a while and soon they shall forget.

6) But the people would not forget, for the burden was too much for them to bear, and they said; now unto him that is able to increase the price of oil exceeding abundantly above all that his people can bear or think, according to the greed which worketh in him;

7) Unto him be curses in the streets by the masses throughout all ages, protests without end.

8) So they took to the streets and gave the land no peace, and there was no going out or coming in throughout the kingdom for two weeks, and the king feared greatly and said to himself, surely these people shall overturn me if I answer them not.

9) So he called the head of the labourers unto the palace, and gave him bags of gold, that he mayest turn off the wrath of the people against the king.

10) So the king assembled the people and said unto them; a measure of oil shall no longer be seven scores of silver and one, but shall now be four scores of silver, one dozen and five, to this your leaders have agreed. Praise me now therefore for I am a benevolent king.

11) And after all these, the Loudspeaker of the House of People said, let us inquire into the king’s claim that there be no money in the royal treasury. So they appointed Farcrook, son of Lawal.

12) And said unto him, gather ye now all the oil sellers, that we may know who stole from the kingdom. This did him with diligence, and came back with his report saying...

13) Thieves abound in the land, and so have the oil sellers stole from the people, and gave them not oil, this they did with the help of Aliyaro the king’s mistress; and the amount he mentioned was unheard of in the land.

14) When the people heard this, they were dismayed, and sorrow gripped their hearts.

15) But the oil sellers went in unto the king in his chamber, and said; rememberest thou O king that what we stole did we make available to thy campaign, and by thus did we make you king.

16) If thou deliver us unto the people that they may punish us, we will hold not our tongue to tell the people that thou art one of us.

17) And they said unto him, how else shall we destroy the message if not to destroy the messenger? Let us therefore implicate Farcrook the son of Lawal in this matter.

18) So they sent a certain rich man from the West by the name Otedollar, and he took Farcrook into his house and gave him some money, that he may alter the report which he had set before the people.

19) And it was that Otedollar went before an assembly of the people and said unto them, trust ye this man who said we stole from the treasury? Surely he is one of us, for he came unto me in the middle of the night, and he left with his pockets full of money.

20) And the people where amazed, and their hearts bled, for Farcrook was a man in whom they had put their trust.

21) So Farcrook arose, and said; Otedollar is my briber, I did not request. He maketh me to sit down in his Maitama house; he leadeth me beside the chilled champagne.

22) He exploited my greed; he leadeth me in the path of marked dollars for subsidy’s sake.

23) Yea, even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of EFCC, I will fear no arrest: for bribes are with me; my loots and my kickbacks they comfort me.

24) Thou preparest the dollars before me, in the presence of the SSS: thou anointest my mouth with wine; my pocket runneth over.

25) Surely the shame and reproach shall follow me all the days of my life, but I will dwell in the house of PDP forever and ever.

26) And the people wept, but there was no one to console them.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Woman attempts to kill herself & her fiancé for calling their wedding off

A 34-year old woman, Bukola Abiwa (pictured above), has been arrested by the police and arraigned before Ejigbo Magistrate’s Court, Lagos State, Southwest Nigeria, for allegedly attempting to kill herself and her fiance, Sunday Onayiga, with a knife. She is now in prison custody at Kirikiri, Lagos, for attempted murder.

She decided to kill herself and her fiancee after she was told by her fiance to pack out of their house at 3, Bassey Street, Orelope area of Egbeda, Lagos, where they have lived for over two years. The angry woman insisted that he must marry her because he promised to marry her two years ago.

The Ondo State-born woman expressed her frustration when Sunday broke the news to her that he was no longer interested in the marriage. She reportedly hit his head on a wall and took a kitchen knife and pursued Sunday to the Police Station at Idimu to kill him. The police arrested her and charged her to court for attempted murder and conduct likely to cause breach of public peace.

The embittered woman lamented at the open court that he has used her for two years and now wanted to dump her for another woman.

She is facing a two-count charge of assault and conduct likely to breach public peace. Narrating her ordeal, Sunday said he met her at Ikotun area and told her that he loved her and wanted to marry her.

He said before he met her, she was living on her own and he asked her to come and live with him and promised to meet her parents.

Bukola  said that she started living with him as his wife not knowing he had another thing in his mind.

She said that she was shocked when Sunday told her that he no longer loved her and that the marriage had been cancelled.

Sunday told P.M.NEWS that he decided to quit because she was troublesome and could not manage her as wife. Bukola was later charged to court for the offence. She pleaded not guilty and the presiding Magistrate, Mrs. M. B. Folami granted her bail in the sum of N250, 000 with two sureties in like sum.

She was remanded in prison custody at Kirikiri,  Lagos, because she could not meet her bail conditions.

Culled from PM News

Monday, June 11, 2012

First Interview with Annie Macaulay Idibia after Marriage

Annie Macaulay
  •  Give us a Brief introduction on who Annie Macaulay is?
Am a very simply person, an Actress, a business woman, a mother and a wife!.
  • What made you want to become an actress?Childhood dream or career choice?.
Childhood dream. I also studied it in school. It’s something I really love and am happy that God has put me in a place where I can actually live that dream.
  • How challenging has it been for you to stay in the movie industry?
It has not been easy, but God’s grace and favour is awesome.
  •  Aside from acting do you have any other business you are into?
Yup! I do.
  •  Your life is in the public eye, what negative and positive effects has it had on you?
Negative: people are always in your business. Say what they like, true or false…mostly false..
Positive: I get a lot of favours, a lot of doors are easily opened. It is my life am gonna live it to the fullest either way.
  • Let’s get a little bit personal. How did u feel when your hubby proposed? Did u know or have this feeling that something was up?
Awesome!!! U would feel the same if the man of your dreams gets on his knees and ask you to marry him…*smiles*.
  •  After the proposal who was the first person you called?
My Mum.
  •  Where did you guys get married? Was it a Traditional or white wedding or both?
We are legally married. The traditional and white would follow later. My husband and I are planning that. We will let you know.
  •  You are a wife and a mother, how does that feel?.
It’s a great feeling. I feel totally blessed!–my kid is an awesome child. She brings me a lot of good luck. I have a great career which I love. A good man and we are happy.
  •  The crap people were saying on Twitter after you got engaged to 2face Idibia, how did you handle it cos I didn’t see you lash out at anyone?
Why would I lash out? Lol. Everyone has their own opinion about our relationship. That’s their problem. The truth is it doesn’t BOTHER me again..cos we are very happy…we are not perfect but we have a happy home.
  •  How approachable are you?? Do u choose who you talk and relate with?
It depends…nowadayz I rather keep to myself tho. I don’t mean am being a cool if you are cool. I don’t have any problems with anyone. Life is too short and I wanna live mine to the fullest!
  • From meeting you I will say you are a calm and reserved person. Do you think people judge you otherwise?
Yea..sometimes. They miss misunderstand me. But then I can’t please everyone. I will only do what I believe is right and try not to get in anyone’s way.
  •  A few words to your haters and lovers out there?
Would love to say: Free your heart and Life from HATE. Live a positive life…and your dreams will fall into place.
Interview by LOLA AJAYI

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Mother forced to sell Her Children to Survive in Lagos

mother forced to sell children

    A mother of five kids, Mrs Ijeoma Okafor, resident in Lagos State, Southwest Nigeria, has reportedly sold three out of her five kids. The 39-year old woman had been on the trail of the police after she sold two of her kids and was eventually arrested after she sold the third one.
Police sources at State Criminal Investigation Department, SCID, Panti, Yaba, Lagos said she confessed to selling two of her kids at the Mammy Market, Navy Town before the third one. She was arrested and charged to Yaba Magistrate’s court with child trafficking and trade.
Ijeoma was charged along with her other accomplices, Nkechi Eke, 37, and Benjamin Uche, 40, who facilitated the deal.
They are remanded at Ikoyi Prison, Lagos, after they were arraigned before the court. We gathered that their activities were exposed when Ijeoma, who delivered a child 12 months ago, contacted them that she wanted to sell the boy.
They arranged with a buyer at a Mammy Market in Navy Town where they had earlier sold the last two kids.
They were arrested and handed over to the police in the area. The matter was later transferred to SCID. They were charged to court where they pleaded not guilty.
The presiding Magistrate, Mrs. M.O. Taniwola granted them bail in the sum of N100, 000 with two sureties in like sum.
The matter was adjourned till 21 June, 2012, while they were remanded in prison custody at Ikoyi, Lagos pending when they will meet their bail conditions.
By cyriacus Izuekwe, PM News

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Davido Announces Album Title And Release Date,Signs Shizzy to HKN Gang

Rave of the Moment Davido took to Micro Blogging Website Twitter , as well as Facebook to Announce The Title and Release Date of His Debut Album,as well as his signing of Shizzy as an In House Producer and Artiste to HKN Gang, and I can  see the Boy is expanding and Doing Big Things.More Power to Davido.

D'banj clocks 32

 I learn't today is d'banj birthday, I wish you a happy birthday, long life and prosperity in your chosen carrier.

Friday, June 8, 2012

SUG executive shot dead by cultists in CRUTECH, Calabar


  The tense was again high yesterday at the Cross River University of Technology Calabar (CRUTECH) when the social director of the student union Government was shot dead by cultist... I don't have much information at hand but I will post it as soon as I got any. meanwhile information is welcome from anyone from that school. View his Pictures.

Dead Boy Wakes up and asks for Water at funeral in Brazil

Kelvin Santos

A TWO-YEAR-OLD boy doctors claimed that stopped breathing during treatment for pneumonia at a hospital in Belem, northern Brazil.
He was declared dead at 7.40pm on Friday and his body was handed over to his family in a plastic bag.
The child’s devastated family took him home where grieving relatives held a wake throughout the night, with the boy’s body laid in an open coffin.
But an hour before his funeral was due to take place on Saturday the boy apparently sat up in his coffin and said: “Daddy, can I have some water?”.
The boy’s father, Antonio Santos, said: “Everybody started to scream, we couldn’t believe our eyes. Then we thought a miracle had taken place and our boy had come back to life.
“Then Kelvin just laid back down, the way he was. We couldn’t wake him. He was dead again.”
Mr Santos rushed his son back to the Aberlardo Santos hospital in Belem,where the doctors reexamined the boy and confirmed that he had no signs of life.
He said: “They assured me that he really was dead and gave me no explanation for what we had just seen and heard.”
The boy’s family decided to delay the funeral for an hour in the hope that he would wake up again, but ended up burying him at 5pm that day in a local cemetery.
Convinced that his son was victim of medical malpractice, Mr Santos has now registered a complaint with the police who have launched an investigation.
He said: “Fifteen minutes after rushing him away for resuscitation, they came and told me he was dead and handed me his body. Perhaps they didn’t examine him properly. Dead people don’t just wake up and talk. I’m determined to find out the truth.”
The local state department today confirmed the boy had been admitted to hospital in a critical condition and was declared dead after suffering cardiac-respiratory failure.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

K-Solo and wife end marriage 6 months after their wedding

Top music producer K-Solo married Kikelomo Akinkunmi in November 2011. By May 2012, the marriage was over. The wife told City People in an exclusive interview that the marriage ended because K-Solo was in it for money and also because he assaulted her so much she lost the pregnancy she was carrying when they got married. (pictured above).

What Kikelomo told City People magazine after the cut...


Long story took me almost two hours to type enjoy...:-)

Kikelomo's story...
K-Solo and I met on Facebook in April 2011 and continued our friendship on Blackberry. We eventually met face to face at a show in Eko Hotel in Lagos. I am not really based in Lagos. I am always in Warri, Port Harcourt, South Africa or Cameroon. I am always traveling because of my business. But because of K-Solo I started coming to Lagos frequently after we started dating.

By August of 2011 we started having issues. He was actually scamming one girl. One Leilani Ifeoma in Houston, Texas. Apparently they have not met physically, they met on the internet and she was also into entertainment so K-Solo started scamming her, collecting money from her and promising her marriage. The day I got to know I was in his house. He left his phone and stepped out, so I picked the call and I told her I am K-Solo's wife  and the lady said it wasn't possible because they were planning to get married. When I asked him about her, he said please don't mind her, and later said he was sorry. But when I continued to demand for answers, he started beating me despite the fact that I was pregnant. He carried a lamp and threw at me.

Before then, when I met him, he told me he wanted to shoot a video for his song 'Ni Igboro; and said he didn't have money for it. I gave him N515, 000 for the video shoot. I gave him another N100, 000 some weeks before the video shoot. All through this I didn't know he had a girlfriend that he had been living with for seven years. Each time I go to the studio, I see her there with a K-Solo tattoo on her arm. When I asked him who she was, he said she was his sister's daughter. I later found out that when I gave him the money for the video shoot, he used half of it to celebrate a birthday for Bimbo.

A few weeks later, the lady in the US, Ify, called his phone and I picked it up. When I told him I'd picked his call, he got angry and went outside the house to go talk with the lady. He was begging the girl and lying that I was his sister. He even asked her if she was ready to sponsor their wedding. After listening in on the conservation, I told him then and there that the relationship was over, that I wanted my N515, 000 back. Not just that, I'd spend a lot of money on him. He started begging and crying. A few days later, I travelled to South Africa.

While in South Africa, he kept calling and begging and I eventually for give him because I was pregnant and he convinced me he was a changed man. He actually told me he had gone for deliverance. That was when we decided to get married. The only money K-Solo spent on the wedding was N15, 000 for wedding invites. I took care of everything. The cloth K-Solo was wearing, my own, his pilot suits, clothes, shoes, bag his mum wore, the feeding and drinks. I did everything. I spend over N3.5 million.

On the night of the wedding, K-Solo woke me up around 3am and said now that he's my husband, when am I going to make him a signatory to my company's account, and when am I going to change all my property to his name. I got scared and first thing in the morning I called my brother and told him what happened. He advised me to move all my documents, chequebooks out of the house, which I did. Whenever I asked for money for feeding or upkeep, he would shout at me and say 'What's the meaning of that? Don't you have more money than me? What did I marry you for?

K-Solo started beating me up after the wedding and I lost the baby I was carrying when we got married on the 26th of November.

The marriage finally crashed in February 2012 when he called me and told me that Timaya just bought a Nigerian used Range Rover sport, that he wants me to buy him a brand new Range Rover worth 7.5 million and also put N10million in his account. I told him that even if I had the money, I won't do it because I expect him to talk about how to invest money in productive business and not buying Range Rover. Moreover, I gave K-Solo N2million to pay for house rent for our 4-bedroom home at Ogba Medium estate, but he only gave the agent N1million and squandered the remaining money to buy Hublot wrist watches, Blackberry phones expensive shoes and designer wears. When I pointed this out to him, he told me that he will make the marriage miserable for me. On February 14th, after a misunderstanding, K-Solo packed a few of his things and moved to his mother's house. I left our home too but was advised to go back since our marriage was still young. Because I wanted to make it work, I took my brother to K-Solo's mother's house to apologise to him and his mum. He later returned home. But immediately he returned, he asked me if I was ready to buy him the Range Rover and I told him it wasn't going to happen.

So in March we went to Shoprite and he wanted me to buy two wine glasses that cost N2, 500 each. I suggested that we should open our wedding gifts that there definitely will be wine glasses somewhere, and he just slapped me right there in Shoprite, and as he was coming close to me I ran into the car park, he ran after me, removed his belt and started beating me. People started taking pictures of us and some guys tried to drag him away, by then, my right eye started bleeding. While they were trying to calm him down, he ran away from them and went to carry a stone and threw it at me, and I just passed out. I woke up in the hospital and what he told my family was that I fell. he started begging me and crying that it was the devil's work.

After that beating, I stopped doing everything I used to do financially in our home and he became very frustrated and aggressive. But the marriage finally packed on a particular night I came back home late from going to buy fruits for the house. Immediately I entered the house, he got up and started shouting at me. He started coming close, and I tried to leave the room, but he dragged me back, locked the door and threw the key in the drawer. He started beating me, slapping me and broke a coke bottle on my forehead. I stood up and ran to the bathroom, he followed me, took the mopping stick, broke it and started hitting my stomach that the pregnancy must come out. By then I was pregnant again. I was bleeding on my forehead, and he picked up the washing machine in the bathroom and threw it at me. I was just there bleeding and lifeless, so finally some of his boys were able to break the door and they started holding him back. The guys tried to stop the bleeding on my forehead but couldn't stop the one underneath. They tried to take me to the hospital but K-Solo prevented them. So I was bleeding from 11pm to 7am the following morning, which was when they finally took me to the hospital. By the time I returned from the hospital, he had moved his things from the house. That was when I discovered that my trinkets box with gold over N2.5million was missing and this was not the first time he's stealing from me. I wrote a petition to the commissioner of police and on May 29th, the police went to pick him up. The case is with the police and I told them all I want is my trinkets back and for him to sign an undertaken that he will never touch me again and threaten to kill me. He has said he's not the owner of the pregnancy, which is fine with me. I don't want him to come close to the child and the child will not bear his name. 

Culled from Linda Ikeji

(Photod) Naija girls with Nude clothes

OMG....what kind of dressing is this again or why would she wore stuffs like this to a party. girls be cautioned. or what do you think could be the cause???? I need your honest opinions.

Joke of the Day – 15 Lies told by Nigerian Girls

Here are the Top Fifteen Lies Told by Nigerian Girls!
  • 1. I have a boy friend but he is not in the country
  • 2. The lecturer called ME but i didn’t answer
  • 3. I never enter public transport
  • 4. Dangote is my godfather
  • 5. I shop online
  • 6. ME I really dont like flights because of the frequent delay so take like buses
  • 7. Am not bleaching my natural color is just coming out
  • 8. Am on my period
  • 9. I wouldn’t breast feed my baby
  • 10. I went to visit a guy in abuja. He gave ME 50k but he did not touch ME o .
  • 11. I do not love you because of your money
  • 12. Am in asuu university part 3
  • 13. I want my salad cold. last one I ate was hot and i did not like it.
  • 14. Am not ready for a serious relationship now
  • 15. I love you too.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Air Nigeria debunks ex-director's claims; calls him a thief

If you could remember I posted this man allegation against Air Nigeria is the response from Air Nigeria mgt.
Air Nigeria has released a statement to debunk what they term 'negative and false information' being circulated by the dismissed finance director of the airline, John Nnorom (pictured above). The statement made available to journalists below...
The management of Air Nigeria wishes to draw the attention of the general public to the false and negative stories being spread by one of its ex- Finance Directors, John Nnorom, who is currently facing criminal charges of stealing and conversion. Mr. Nnorom is an illiterate in the maintenance of aircraft as he only worked in the finance department of the airline before he was dismissed. Mr. Nnorom after his dismissal was declared wanted by the police until his subsequent arrest and the recovery of the sum of $100, 000 from him.

The Nigeria Police authority has since charged him for stealing and criminal conversion while the court has admitted him to bail as his criminal trial continues.

The general public is advised to disregard any such negative stories and false information by Nnorom (either in the print, electronic or online media).
Air Nigeria has been flying the air space in the last 10 years with first class record of safety, without any accidents or even emergency landings.
This record remains the integrity of our existence which cannot be compromised. The airline is also a proud member of the IATA and the oldest member in West Africa and one of the oldest in Africa.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Photo of the day: GEJ Crying????


President Jonathan at the scene of the Air Crash today. may God grant the families of  the deceased  fortitude to bear this great lost.

Friday, June 1, 2012

(Photo) MAULAG has taken effect

awwww so MAULAG has taken effect O gao

UNILAG to MAU: Pat Utomi expects Jonathan to reverse decision

  • His intention is wrong —Pat Utomi
Mixed reactions have continued to trail the renaming of the University of Lagos, to , MAU, following President Goodluck Jonathan’s democracy speech that the school will no longer be called .
Nigerians especially the school authorities, members, academic and non academic staff,  students and alumnus members have condemned the renaming of school saying that it will no longer be business as usual.
Reasons for their condemnation also include that the renaming of  the school is capable of reducing the reputation of the institution adding the school which has not only survived by creating a brand name for itself even in the global world but it has been able to compete with other international institutions.
One of the people who have condemned the development is Prof. Pat Utomi. In his reaction, he said, if president Jonathan will truly want to immortalise late chief Moshood Abiola, it should have been tailored towards his outstanding achievement which is more pronounced in politics and business world.
His word: “My reaction is simple. There is no problem in honouring Abiola which many of us have been craving for a longtime. But, I think it should have followed a due process. It is not very wise to rename an institution that has been built for a longtime and sacrifice it at the altar of political exigencies. The cost of reputation that will disappear should be considered.
“If the president wants to name a prestigious university after Abiola, I think, the federal university of agriculture, Abeokuta  should be considered. I think it is not a wise decision. The result of his intention has been negative.”
He opined that the development will not only reduce the school’s reputation but is capable of making  many people lose connection. The brand image of which also is the reputation.
Asked if the renaming of the school is not capable of boosting the reputation of the school, he said, “I don’t think his larger than life  image is associated with education. If  it is the business department of the institution that he has renamed, that will speak volume, but I expect the president to change his mind and reverse the name which is the wise step to take.”
-Vanguard NG