21 May 2017

See two women fighting over the boss of NURTW, Kokozaria



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The boss of NURTW Kokozaria must be feeling like the sh*t. Two women are shamelessly fighting over him on social media...lol. His wife Oyinda shared a photo of herself wearing a t-shirt with his face on it with hashtags shading actress Awele who had a child for him recently. 

Some of Oyinda's hashtags included #Realwifenotbabymama and #queenofthehouse. Instead of ignoring, Awele fired back. See her own hashtags after the cut..

Moji Olaiya's Burial Committee Speaks - Gov. Fayose Yet To Reply Us



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Moji Olaiya’s burial committee has cleared the air on the assumption that Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State has stopped her planned burial in Canada and has promised that she will be brought back to Nigerian for a befitting burial. According to the committee, they are yet to officially put this in witting and so the Governor is yet to reach them. Below is the press statement they released to this effect.

Our attention has been drawn to an Encomium Magazine publication dated 20th May, 2017 regarding the above subject matter. We will like to state as follows:

1. It is a considered opinion of this committee to bring back the corpse of our colleague back to Nigeria for a beffitting burial and her 2months old baby to be re-united with her family.

2. Late Moji Olaiya is an indegene and a Cultural Ambassador of Ekiti State. Consequently the State Government was informed and a verbal appeal for support via the Senior Media Assistant to the Governor, Mr Lere Olayinka and as at 2am on Saturday he directed the committee to make official request. THE SAID REQUEST IS YET TO BE MADE.


3. At present, contrary to the news flying around THE COMMITTEE HAS NOT RECEIVED ANY FAVOURABLE RESPONSE FROM EKITI STATE GOVERNOR MR AYODELE FAYOSE.

4. You will recall, prior to this time the general pubic was intimated of the composition of the committee so that friends and media can direct their queries or get accurate information from the right source.

5. We strongly warn against unguarded utterances, half information and publications that may dent the image of the deceased, her family and committee planning for her smooth and decent transition.

6. Thanking you in advance for your co-operation and understanding. We also sincerely appreciate several encomiums, condolencies and support locally and abroad in ensuring we give Late Moji Olaiya the deserving burial.

Father who raped his daughter for 20 years caught by secret recording



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A father has been exposed and jailed for raping his daughter regularly for 20 years after she released a recording of him boasting about his actions. He was charged with five counts of rape which he initially denied but he was eventually convicted and sentenced to 12 years in prison. 

Raymond Prescott, 54, first attacked Layla Bell, 31, when she was just seven years old. Layla of Clifton, Nottingham, said her father would go from being her best friend this minute to being a sexual predator the next.

He often taunted her and made foul comments, including telling her the abuse was the "best sex he’d ever had"

In 2001, Layla, who is now married with four kids of her own, reported the abuse to police but soon withdrew charges, claiming relatives harassed her. So she waited until she had gathered enough evidence before she took the case up again. She described how her father would grope her while shouting: "I’m having sex with my own daughter" and told of how she opened up to her mother but she did nothing about it.

She said: "I told my mum but she wouldn’t even look at me or speak to me. I think she was more ashamed that she hadn’t known before. She believed me I think, but was in shock."

Her father tried to attack her again in December 2012, so she took advantage of that opportunity and recorded him as he confessed to his crimes. In the chilling clip, Prescott can be heard saying that she's the only one he enjoys having sex with.

"I can’t have sex with anyone else and enjoy it, so I want to have sex with you," her father's voice can be heard in the seven-minute recording.
Layla is heard telling him: “This is weird. It’s wrong and you know it. You were grabbing my arse in front of my friend.”

Layla passed the evidence to police in February 2013 and waived her right to anonymity. She told in detail how her father started to abuse her sexually when she was only 7 and would often rape her after everyone had left the house. He continued till she was 27. Prescott also taught Layla to drink, giving her alcohol from a young age. She started drinking heavily when she was only 14.

"The very first time he did it I was seven. He said he was proud of me for not wetting the bed and told me I was going to get a present. He took me into the bedroom after everyone else had gone to school and laid me down on the floor. He ran his hands up me and took my skirt off but I can’t fully recall what happened next. I blocked it out of my head because it happened at such a young age, but I knew it was very bad."

She added: "I remember he took me into his bed and performed oral sex when I must have been nine or ten. He would tell me it was our little secret and I was his special little girl."

Prescott, of Clifton, Nottingham, was charged with five counts of rape and was eventually convicted at Nottingham Crown Court. Layla expressed pleasure at the 12-year jail sentence her father got, describing it as "brilliant".

Yoruba Actor Sanyeri - When I Met My Wife I Had Nothing



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Popular actor, Olaniyi Afonja, aka Sanyeri and his wife of 10 years, Omolara, tell Punch Tofarati Ige about their marital experience. Interesting read;

Can you recall how you met you wife? 
Sanyeri: I met her in 2004 when I want to screen my movie, Okan Emi, at the National Theatre in Iganmu, Lagos. She came there to have a good time. I sighted her and her friend from afar. I walked up to her friend and told her I liked her friend but she said I should tell her myself. So I went to her and told her I would want us to get closer but she replied that was it because I just shot a movie that made me think I could ask her out. Afterwards, she walked away. After that day, I saw her about a month later and I requested for her number. Even then, it took me a while to convince her to date me.

What attracted you to her? 
Sanyeri: People always have an idea of the kind of person they would like to marry. Since my childhood, I had made up my mind that I would marry someone who is taller than me, so that our children would be of good height. So her stature was the first thing that attracted me to her. In the course of dating, I discovered that she is a nice person and we understood each other well. That convinced me that she was a good wife material.

Omolara: Even though it took me a while to accept to date him because of his profession, I was swayed by his persistence. He is a very caring, honest and straightforward person. And he is fun to be with.

How did you propose to her? 
Sanyeri: I didn’t even propose with a ring because there was no money then. I just told her I wanted to marry her and I knew she would make her choice whether to marry me or not. The good thing is that she understood me and accepted to be my wife. I used to work more behind the scenes then taking care of set lighting and other technical aspects of production.

Omolara: I believe that our marriage was ordained by God. I knew he wasn’t so buoyant at that time but I felt he was someone who had a bright future and he cared about me. So I decided to give him a try and I am happy for where we are today.

What gave you the conviction that you could sustain a marriage even though you weren’t well-to-do at that time? 
Sanyeri: I did not look down on myself that I wouldn’t be able to make it in future. I felt that even though there wasn’t money, we had love that could sustain us.

What was your parents’ reaction to the marriage? 
Omolara: They only asked me if I was certain he was my choice and when I answered in the affirmative, they supported me. They asked basic questions like where he is from and his family background. They also asked if I was sure he wouldn’t dump me when he became buoyant in future. At the end of the day, they were convinced and they didn’t say anything negative about our union.

How easy was it for you to adjust as a married couple? 
Sanyeri: There was no big deal about that because I’ve always been a homely person even though I was on the street hustling. I always spent my free time with my wife and we blended with each other well. Even when I became popular, I still maintained my lifestyle.

Omolara: Just like he said, he is somebody who is usually at home whenever he is not on set. We were able adjust well as a married couple because we already understood ourselves even while dating.

How would you describe your marital experience? 
Sanyeri: Anybody who says that his or her marriage is always smooth is not being truthful. There will always be ups and downs. In our case, we complement each other because of the understanding between us. She corrects me whenever I do anything wrong and she doesn’t even see me as a star. She tells me that it is Niyi she married, not Sanyeri. I also correct her when the occasion calls for it.

Omolara: It has been a good experience so far. As is to be expected, we fight and we also settle between ourselves. We don’t take our issues to a third party because I don’t like that at all.

How would you describe your individual personalities? 
Sanyeri: My wife likes to attend comedy shows because she loves to laugh. She is even more cheerful than I am. And at times, when I get too serious or if I’m lost in thought, she would cheer me up and tell me to calm down. She likes being around people, whether young or old.

Omolara: My husband’s character is different from what people see in films. Even though he has a sense of humour, he is also someone that likes to be alone sometimes so he can think deeply. It’s not like he laughs all the time and he doesn’t talk too much. He also takes care of his family and likes moving with responsible people.

How do you settle disagreements? 
Sanyeri: It is very important to understand the people close to you, even if you are not married. People always have specific times that they are receptive to correction and advice. Sometimes, it could be in the middle of the night that I would call her and bare my mind. I would make some things which she didn’t know about before known to her.

Omolara: We settle our disagreements by ourselves. Whenever I offend him, I apologise and he also apologises whenever he offends me. I don’t hesitate to tell him the truth as I believe I’m the closest person to him who can do that. And I also implore him to call me to order whenever I do something wrong instead of telling outsiders. I don’t see him as a star but as my husband and I know how to broach certain issues with him.

Can you recall the first major disagreement you had as a married couple? 
Omolara: Honestly, I cannot remember because it was a long time ago. Besides, whenever we have issues, we settle it and move on.

Do you have pet names for each other? 
Sanyeri: She calls me Ola, which is the short form of my name and I call her Ola too because her name is Olaiya. We also call our children Ola because that’s what their names start with.

A lot of marriages don’t stand the test of time these days, what is responsible for this? 
Sanyeri: If your marriage lasts, it is by the grace of God. One also has to be very tolerating. Marriage is not easy. If anybody tells you otherwise, maybe the person is staying outside the country and his spouse is in Nigeria. But if they see themselves every day, there would always be friction. Even siblings who live together quarrel.

Omolara: Marriage is the coming together of two people from different backgrounds. They would have different ways of doing things so one has to be patient and understanding.

What is the importance of money in the success of a marriage? 
Sanyeri: Money is very good and important. Most marriages that crash are caused by failed responsibilities. When one party cannot fulfill responsibilities, there would be problem in the marriage. There are some men who don’t give their wives money at home but they prefer to entice other people’s wives. I consider men like that to be senseless. I have always had it as my personal philosophy that I can never date a married woman. And I don’t pray for anyone to date my wife too. If you take care of your wife, you would have the confidence to correct her whenever she does anything wrong.

Omolara: Money is very vital because you would need to take care of the needs of your family. Some men don’t spend money on their wives and families but they prefer to go outside and spend money lavishly. That is not good enough.

How do you cope when your husband has to go on set for several days or weeks? 
Omolara: I have known his profession since we were dating, so it’s not something new to me. He always tells me about his movement and he lets me know beforehand when he would be going to location. And whenever he is not on set, he would be with his family at home.

How do you cope with female fans? 
Sanyeri: My wife has never fought any of my fans, whether male or female. Even when we travel abroad and some fans ask me to sign autographs on some parts of their bodies, she would encourage me to do so. Some of them would even hug and kiss me in her presence but she doesn’t mind. Even when street urchins accost me, she encourages me to give them money.

Omolara: He is where he is today because of his fans and I know he has to relate well with them. Ladies love to be around celebrities and there is nothing anyone can do about it.

How has parenting impacted on your relationship? 
Sanyeri: I pray God would give us all good children. I like it when my children are doing well and I always give them necessary advice about life. I don’t usually beat them, so when I do that, they must have done something serious.

Omolara: I spend more time with the kids so I know their individual personalities and I know how to relate with them. I correct and discipline them when needed.

How do you celebrate your wedding anniversaries? 
Sanyeri: If we are in Nigeria, we would go to hotels and spend some days all by ourselves. And if we are abroad, we go to some fun places.

How do you relax as a couple? 
Sanyeri: I usually make out time to relax with my wife. On occasions like that, we would travel out of the country and enjoy ourselves.

What’s your best food? 
Omolara: My husband’s best food is amala with gbegiri and ewedu soup, while my best food is rice.

What are the most memorable moments of your marriage? 
Sanyeri: I always remember those times that we didn’t have much and she stuck by me. When my wife gave birth to our first child, I had just N3, 500 with me, so it was quite tough. That’s why I always say that there is nothing I cannot give my wife. As of the time she married me, the only property I had was my tribal mark.

Do you buy gifts for each other? 
Sanyeri: Yes and not just on special occasions. Anytime I travel and see fine clothes, I always buy for my wife. And the dress I buy for her often fits her more than the one she buys for herself. She also buys me gifts.

What advice do you have for young couples? 
Sanyeri: We could not have a wedding anniversary celebrating until six years after we had been living together as husband and wife. And what I’m trying to say is that my wife stayed with me, right from when there was nothing.

My advice for young girls is that they should not discard suitors, just because the person is not rich. So far the person has potential and focus, take the risk and stick with him. There are some people who started off as rich but became poor over time.

Shocking! A Nigerian father beats his 7-year-old son to death in Rivers state



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A man resident in Port Harcourt, Rivers state killed his son yesterday, Saturday, in Port Harcourt. The man, identified simply as Inimgba allegedly hit 7yr old George Tamunoibuemie with a hard object, leading to his demise.

A police source in Port Harcourt confirmed this.A female neighbor of the deceased said that Inimgba was not an attentive father and would abandon George, forcing him to fend for himself.



The neighbor said only days before, on Thursday precisely, she bought a pencil for him to use at school only for her to hear he had been killed by his father.

She told Vanguard. “Just this week, I saw this little boy at a shop, people gathered around him. He stole a doughnut and everyone was blaming his father, saying he wasn’t giving  him food and that, that was  why the boy stole. They said   the father and the boy’s  step mum maltreated him. I saw scar all over his body. The people he stole the doughnuts from even gave him more doughnuts and soft drink. I took the little boy to my house and interviewed him. He was an intelligent boy. He told me the same thing and even asked me to give him a pencil to school which I did. 

I also bought biscuits for him, took photograph of him   before he left. I promised to see his father but couldn’t due to my tight schedule this (last week). This morning, I woke up to   hear that his father has killed him. The father beat him to death. The father  is at the Amadi police station now   while the little boy’s  body has been taken to the mogue. I saw the father briefly being held  at the station as he was claiming that he only beat him small”, she said

According to Sri George who shared the incident on Instagram, the father and the boy's stepmother have now been handed over to the police...

Gov. Ajimobi proudly shows picture of his wife as a little girl



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Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi is seen pointing out a photo of his wife Florence Ajimobi as a little girl, to his counterparts while receiving late Lt. General Adebayo's corpse corpse at the Government House Arcade.

 He wrote on instagram "That little girl presenting the bouquet to General Adebayo in this picture is my wife"



Moji Olaiya's burial committee clears the air on Ekiti State stopping her burial



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A few days ago, multiple media houses reported that the Ekiti State government intervened and stopped the burial of late Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya from taking place in Canada.

Now, the burial committee has issued a statement denying the reports saying they are yet to get feedback from the state government concerning Moji Olaiya's burial. Read the statement below...

Our attention has been drawn to an Encomium Magazine publication dated 20th May, 2017 regarding the above subject matter. We will like to state as follows:

1. It is a considered opinion of this committee to bring back the corpse of our colleague back to Nigeria for a beffitting burial and her 2months old baby to be re-united with her family.

2. Late Moji Olaiya is an indegene and a Cultural Ambassador of Ekiti State. Consequently the State Government was informed and a verbal appeal for support via the Senior Media Assistant to the Governor, Mr Lere Olayinka and as at 2am on Saturday he directed the committee to make official request. THE SAID REQUEST IS YET TO BE MADE.

3. At present, contrary to the news flying around THE COMMITTEE HAS NOT RECEIVED ANY FAVOURABLE RESPONSE FROM EKITI STATE GOVERNOR MR AYODELE FAYOSE.

4. You will recall, prior to this time the general pubic was intimated of the composition of the committee so that friends and media can direct their queries or get accurate information from the right source.

5. We strongly warn against unguarded utterances, half information and publications that may dent the image of the deceased, her family and committee planning for her smooth and decent transition.

6. Thanking you in advance for your co-operation and understanding. We also sincerely appreciate several encomiums, condolencies and support locally and abroad in ensuring we give Late Moji Olaiya the deserving burial.

'If you call yourself a virgin and you masturbate, you are not one' - Counselor Lutterodt



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Controversial Ghanaian marriage counselor, George Lutterodt, in a new shocking disclosure has said that virgins who masturbate should not describe themselves as one.
He disclosed this in a recent interview with Kasapa FM, while revealing the high rate of masturbating virgins between Christians.
According to him:
'We have masturbating virgins and per a research, I conducted last year, Christians are in that range more than anyone else in the sense that, they do not want to have sex with anyone but masturbate to satisfy their sexual desire. These people cannot describe themselves as virgins because they derive the same pleasure like people who have sex.’
Mr. Lutterodt also rain curses on men living in Diaspora who purchase sex toys for their wives in other to prevent them from committing adultery

'If you are a woman married to a man abroad and he has purchased a sex toy for you so you satisfy your sex desires with the aim of preventing you from committing adultery, he is a fool.
Any man who asks you to engage in Skype sex is a fool and does not respect you. We need to respect women and it doesn’t take you anything to spend your last dime to come and visit your wife than to put her in the context of a sex machine.’

He added, that women in such situation are seriously suffering in bed because they have been subjected to bad sexual life like using sex toys on themselves.

In April, George Lutterodt who is known for making controversial statements on relationships, sex and dating said that any man who marries a beautiful woman suffers in bed.

Wife Pours Hot Water On Husband For Marrying A 2nd Wife; now he's dead



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Domestic violence comes in different forms. A man from Kaduna was burnt by his first wife out of jealousy for marrying another wife. According to sources, the woman poured hot water on him a week after marrying another wife, leaving him with serious burns. More photos...


The man was rushed to the hospital, where he was being treated, but has finally passed on. 

Tears As Freed Chibok Girls Reunite With Parents



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The 82 Chibok girls who were recently freed by boko haram have reunited with their parents. This comes two weeks after the girls were freed by the terrorist group reportedly in exchange for five of its commanders. See more photos below...





Update! Moji Olaiya’s Daughter Speaks - I Will Miss Her Love & Care



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Moji Olaiya’s 20-year old daughter has spoken. She spoke under a tent at her mother’s house where she and family members have been receiving guests to a reporter about how she will forever miss her mom. 

According to the covenant university undergraduate, it’s the worst news anyone can ever hear and she will greatly miss her mom.

“This is the worst kind of news anyone can hear. I spoke with her on the day she died and nothing prepared me for this bad news. I will miss her love and care, because she always provided anything I wanted.”

On how the funeral rites would be handled, Adun simply said, “I don’t know at this point. It is the family that will take care of that.”

Omg! Check out Bobrisky's new hair style



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He shared the photo on social media, he is trying so hard to look like a woman. God help him! 

Update! Lanre Gentry shows off new lover



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This story gets more and more complicating because less than two weeks after he separated from his wife and was accused of wife battery, Lanre Gentry, Mercy Aigbe's estranged husband, is already showing off a new woman as the new love of his life on social media.  Shame on him!

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Man commits suicide in church over rape accusation (Graphics photo)

A man has committed suicide in church after he was accused of raping a minor, according to reports. The man reportedly killed himself by...