12 Apr 2016


Controversial actress, Caroline Danjuma, who made a dramatic return to acting after about 10 years, has disclosed that it wasn’t easy for her finding her rhythm back in the industry.
According to her in an interview with Channels TV, the actress who was part of the cast and crew of just premiered movie, ‘Stalker,’ stated that part of the things which affected her comeback was the fact that she had just put to bed and playing a lead role would have jeopardized the movie.


Recently, the Ghanaian movie industry was thrown into shock after the sudden death news of veteran actor and former President of the Ghana Actors Guild, Nii Odoi Mensah.
According to report by Starrfm, Mensah, had undergone a kidney transplant in China, on Monday, April 11, 2016, when he suddenly passed away.

Pictured: Husband who beheaded his wife then crushed her skull and flushed it down the toilet

Dempsey Nibbs, 69, (pictured) who beheaded his estranged wife before crushing her skull and flushing it down a toilet, was today found guilty of her murder

Pictured: Husband who beheaded his wife then crushed her skull and flushed it down the toilet after she ‘told him she was having sex with eight men’ 

  • Crane driver Dempsey Nibbs, 69, attacked Judith Nibbs, 60, with an iron bar then cut off her head

Meet the glamorous 22-year-old who is the first million-dollar blogger

Bazan launched her fashion blog Kayture a mere five years ago and has since amassed 2.3million Instagram followers , a mention on Forbes’ 30 under 30 list, a host of luxury collaborations (think Louis Vuitton, Cartier and Chopard) and a legion of fans who call themselves The Kayturettes,Daily Mail reports..

Woman Cries; Soldiers Stomped on Her Baby to Death in Delta

Soldiers from the 4th Brigade, Benin attached to Presco Oil, Ovre-Eku, in Ethiope East area of Delta State have been accused of stomping a 20-month old baby to death during early morning raid at Eku community.

The soldiers stormed the community, last Wednesday, in company of some policemen in three Hilux vans in search of youths suspected to have burnt down an excavator belonging to the company.

Funke Akindele Speaks On The Future Of Her Relationship With JJC

Ever since her first marriage to Kehinde Oloyede broke up in 2013, not much has been heard about the love life of one of Nigeria’s sweethearts, Funke Akindele.

#LMAO: God punish your life-Davido lashes out at fan over ex-girlfriend's sex tape

WONDERFUL: Toothpaste has many uses..Did you know this?

Toothpaste Facts

Residents flee as herdsmen attack villages, kill 44 in Taraba

Residents of Angai and Ndole villages in Gashak Local Council area of Taraba State have reportedly fled to neighbouring communities in the Republic of Cameroon and nearby local council areas after Fulani herdsmen invaded the areas on Monday, killing scores of persons.

Yomi Fash Lanso, Funke Etti, Tayo Sobola, others attend Lepa Shandy’s birthday party/movie launch (photos)

Lepa Shandy
Popular Yoruba actress, Folashade Omoniyi-Adewale, better known as Lepa Shandy had her 'A Day With Lepa Shandy'(Birthday & Movie launch) event, yesterday, April 10, 2016 at Blue Roof, LTV 8, Agidingbi, Lagos.

The event which  also featured an award segment held at De Blue Roof, LTV 8, Agidingbi, Alausa,Ikeja,Lagos, and it was well attended, especially by the colleagues of the talented thespian.

Judge to deliver judgment on‎ Saraki’s suit Friday

Justice Abdukadir Abdu-Kafarati of a Federal High Court in Abuja has rescinded his decision to hold back his judgment in a fundamental rights enforcement suit filed by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, to challenge the validity of his trial before the Code of Conduct Tribunal in Abuja.

Hon Patrick Obahiagbon shows us how to wish one's self a happy birthday with jaw breaking grammar

Patrick-Obahiagbon (1)
Walking dictionary, Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon is wishing himself a happy birthday in a special grammatical way. He took to his Facebook page and set the whole internet space on fire with his post. below:

I thank the inscrutable great Geometrician of the universe for allowing of the sun to announce a new day and thus making me a year older this natal day.

Wikipedia Profiles Olajumoke Orisaguna

Former bread seller, Jumoke Orisaguna who is now the owner of a luxury apartment in Lagos with various endorsements from corporate organizations has now been profiled on wikipedia.

Mide Martins celebrates birthday with new photos and self appraisal-PHOTOS

Top Nollywood actress, Mide Martins and pretty mum of two has taken to her Instagram page to share some really beautiful pictures of herself as she marks her birhtday today.

INA RAN: I collected Otedola’s $100,000 to expose him – Emenalo

The secretary to the then House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee on Fuel Subsidy, ‎Mr. Boniface Emenalo, ‎said on Tuesday, that he collected $100,000 from billionaire businessman, Mr. Femi Otedola, in order to expose the oil magnate’s attempt to bribe the committee and its chairman, Mr. Farouk Lawan.

9JA SEE UR LIFE: Police warn rich Kenyan women to be careful of Nigerian men

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Police in Kenya have warned rich Kenyan women on the need to be weary of falling in love with Nigerian men. This warning is coming due to the increasing illegal influx of Nigerian immigrants into the country. According to the Star,

ISONU OGBON AWE: Expect more blunders from Buhari, Fayose tells Nigerians

Ayodele FayoseGovernor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, has described the raging controversies between the Presidency and the National Assembly over the 2016 Budget as a confirmation of his position of President Muhammadu Buhari’s ineptitude,

VIDEO: Sixty-year-old woman caned in public for selling alcohol

Agony: Elita (pictured), who collapsed from the pain of being whipped, is said to have met violated local laws by meeting her lover in secret 
A 60-year-old woman was caned in public in the North-West of Indonesia’s Sumatra Island on Tuesday after a local district court declared her guilty for selling alcoholic beverages.

Year in office: Only 31.2% of Nigerians approve President Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari
– President’s approval rating drops by 1% in March according to GAIN poll – Buhari scored low on fuel scarcity, bad economy, power outage 
President Muhammadu Buhari The monthly poll by Governance Advancement Initiative for Nigeria, (GAIN) shows that President Muhammadu Buhari’s popularity falls again. A new poll records that the rating has fallen further from 32.8% in February to 31.2% in March, amid worsening economic crisis and crippling fuel crisis. 
Nigerians blame Buhari for current state of nation  Nigerians rated the president low on his government’s handling of the economy, power and fuel scarcity. According to the latest results, more Nigerians continued to blame Buhari— not ex-president Goodluck Jonathan — for the nation’s economic problems. 

The poll said that the fall in popularity was primarily due to petroleum scarcity, bad economy, power outage, and unfulfilled campaign promises. One of the poll’s coordinators, Malcolm Fabiyi, said: “A crippling fuel scarcity continued to affect individuals and business across the country, and had a concomitant effect on transportation and business costs.” President Buhari scored low on economy, power, and rule of law. Buhari’s rating fell for the second time since GAIN in December commenced monthly tracking of performance of governments at all levels in Nigeria. 
 Earlier the poll found that majority of respondents did not blame the incumbent leader for Nigeria’s economic problems. They blamed his predecessor instead. In January, the president’s approval rating was 63.4%. Meanwhile, the trend dropped significantly in February as Nigeria’s economic crisis bit harder.

Imagine What A Big Boy Did To This Naija Babe After S*x

I write to try to bring some sanity in society; but if you tell some girls that this particular guy sending you all  the sweet things you love to see on phone is just after s*x, they'll think you're trying to stop them from enjoying with a man who really care about them. Sadly, it all end after some weeks of s*x. Sigh!

After posting video on Snapchat, see what happened to Eniola Badmus (video)

Eniola Badmus
Eniola Badmus
Controversial comic Yoruba actress, Eniola Badmus who recently shared a viral video of her smacking another lady’s butt in a club, has just landed a multi-million naira endorsement deal with one of Nigeria’s telecommunications network, Etisalat.
On Monday, April 11, Etisalat celebrated their newest family by posting a short commercial video of Eniola Badmus with the caption:
9ja!!! Join us to welcome the newest member of the Etisalat Family @eniola_badmus You still dey there?? Shoe still dey wear you??? Get that Etisalat SIM today and begin to enjoy awoof berekete after all #WeAllWantMore #YouDeserveMore.”
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Celebrating her new endorsement deal, Eniola Badmus took to her Instagram page to post an advert campaign picture of her with the caption: “New Week, New Blessings @etisalatnigerian Enjoy the massive Bonus buy a sim….register it and get the Awof #EniolaBadmus #comingthruuuinamajorway #Kingin #mondayblessings #Godisgood #majorkey.”
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Nomoreloss burial drama – Check out what J Martins did that got Gbenga Adeyinka angry (Photos)

J Martins with his bodyguards behind him
J Martins with his bodyguards behind him
As family, friends, well-wishers and fans cried uncontrollably at his wake keeping service on Thursday, April 7, at KOGA studios, Oregun Ikeja, Lagos, famous Nigerian music artist J Martins, stormed the venue with two hefty bodyguards.
On seeing the entrance J Martins made while stepping into the venue, top comedian Gbenga Adeyinka, Weird Mc and Alariwo felt disgusted. Kemi Filani reported that, as soon as J Martins walked in he caught the attention of everyone at the wake keeping service.
They further reported that when J Martins arrived, he matched straight to the front row like he was reserved for him but on sighting him, Weird Mc immediately approached him saying, she would back that she needed to pick something from her seat.
Weird Mc who was seated on the same row with Gbenga Adeyinka and Alariwo was immediately beckoned on by Alariwo saying:
Sola, Sola, I must not see you go near that guy” as the comedian also obliged. In hearing that, Weird Mc replied saying: “I am not going anywhere o, I am just going back stage.”
This act of J Martins, made everyone ignore him till the end of the service except for Nomoreloss’ manager, Joyce Iyami who went down on her knees to greet him.

Davido’s Ex-Girlfriend, Faith Nketsi, Posts Porn Tape Online

Davido’s ex-girlfriend Faith NketsiDavido’s alleged ex-girlfriend, Faith Nkesi posted an explicit video on Instagram. The raunchy video by Faith Nketsi has now become a trending topic on all social media sites.
The video‚ which has since been deleted from her Instagram account‚ has gone viral after followers copied it from Instagram and uploaded to several social media sites.
Shortly after the video was posted‚ a statement was released on the same account‚ in which the original video was initially posted.
In it‚ she claims that it was a ‘private’ video that had been leaked to her Instagram account‚ saying the video was of herself and her boyfriend while they were on vacation

This raunchy video by Faith Nketsi  has now become a trending topic on all social media sites South Africa. 
Watch the Video on this link. WARNING:- 18+ Only!!

Senate says its open to restore Lagos-Calabar rail project into 2016 budget

The Nigerian Senate says it is open to restore the controversial Lagos-Calabar rail project into the 2016 budget if the Federal government sends in a supplementary budget. Spokesperson of the senate, Abdullahi Sabi, stated this while speaking to journalists at the National Assembly today April 12th.

The Presidency and the National Assembly members have been at loggerheads in the last 48 hours after a source in the Presidency alleged that the lawmakers fraudulently removed the project from the budget. The senate in a statement it released yesterday, denied the claims and also asked for the resignation of Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi. Read what the senate spokesperson said about the matter below...
“What we issued yesterday is our position. What we did today was to confirm. I will definitely remain guided by the tenets of the constitution. That the Lagos-Calabar project was not in the budget does not undermine its importance. The national assembly is open; whenever the executive brings the supplementary budget regarding the project, it will be honoured. But we must remain guided by the constitution. That we pass the budget has not ended our responsibility. We have to move to oversight functions. We know it is an important project and we are ready to honour it. The way forward is that we have passed budget, and we are saying bring a supplementary appropriation bill.”

MEN SLEEPING WITH MARRIED..: My Wife's Secret Lover Dies After Sleeping With Her

I pity men who are sleeping with married women in the name of free or cheap s*x; they're attracting curses to themselves and generations that they can't even understand. It's not as if there are no more single ladies; why will a sane man desire to sleep with a lady who has been married "traditionally"?

Some spiritual challenges and crises in families are as a result of the mess their grand fathers and grand mothers got involved in. Many strange poverty, the genesis could also be traced to bad acts in the past.

Men, stop sleeping with married women; ladies, stop giving your body to another man if you're married.

Read this very messy revelations by a husband and wife after 23yrs of marriage...

A 59-year-old man, Olaiya Adeagbo, has pleaded with an Igando Customary Court in Lagos to dissolve his 23-year-old marriage, accusing his wife of shamelessly committing adultery.

He told the court on Monday that his wife with whom he had four children, was having an affair with their neighbour. “I always received a tip-off from our neighbours that my wife is having an affair with one of our neighbours who is a bachelor.

“That fateful day, I came back home earlier and could not find her in our room, two of my neighbours told me that they sighted her when she sneaked into her lover’s room.

“I went to knock on his door but he refused to open after hearing my voice. I continued knocking and he later opened his door, and I saw my wife hiding behind his door sweating and panting, I greeted her and left.

After some days, her lover died and my wife disappeared from the house without taking anything and she had refused to come back.

“My wife later went to marry another man, who also died after some months of their marriage,” he said.

The estranged husband also told the court that his wife fights a lot. “Every house we rented, we are always evicted because of her frequent fighting with me and neighbours; she once stabbed me with a knife” he said.

He urged the court to terminate the marriage as his life was not safe and that he was no longer interested in the union.

In her own submission, the wife, Mrs Taiwo Adeagbo, 46, claimed that man her husband saw her with is her benefactor not her lover.

Hear the wife: “I am not having any affair with that our neighbour, he was only my benefactor who always meet my needs as my husband is not responsible, but unfortunately he is no more.”

She said she accept for the court to grant her husband’s wish and terminate the marriage as she too was no longer interested in the union.

This one is indeed a case of marriage gone bad. The President of the court, Mr Adegboyega Omilola, after listening to the estranged couple, adjourned to May 10, 2016, for judgement.

HUN YUMMY: Rapper, The Game puts his KONDO on display (Photo)

Rapper, The Game shared this photo of himself as he returned from the gym,
he tagged himself as MCM.
See the full photo of his eggplant after the cut…

“Ex-Bread Seller” Olajumoke Orisaguna Resumes School At Lekki

Esabod has been exclusively informed that the Osun State-born bread seller turned super model, Olajumoke Orisaguna, has finally returned to school.

This, we learnt, is the reason why she has been silent lately and has not been in the news.

It was reliably disclosed to our reporter by a source who claimed to be in known that Olajumoke is now a student of Poise Academy Nigeria, an adult school located in Lekki, Lagos.

According to information squealed to us, the mother of two is undergoing a course in Proficiency in English Grammar and Communication.

Also, she is taking a course Total Personality Development at the school.

Naijaloaded was further informed that Olajumoke is catching up with her studies very fast, which we learnt her teachers are happy about.

She is being sponsored by Sujimoto Construction Ltd, which gave her a luxury apartment in Lagos few months ago.

YEEH BAYO OLUWASANMI : Oby Ezekwesili Versus Half-Baked Nigerian Journalists

"Now to the errant journalist (s) on The Herald. “If it takes a village to raise a child,” it takes crass journalists to distort and deceive the people in their reporting." - Bayode j Oluwasanmi
At J-School Temple University, we were taught that journalism takes different forms.
Straight news and feature articles in which reporters seek out and present different points of view so readers can weigh the evidence and decide for themselves how they feel. Opinion, in which editorial writers and columnists present arguments designed to persuade. A good editorial writer and a good columnist will address countervailing arguments and explain why those positions lack merit. People and organization that want to influence the public try to make their cases clearly and forcefully when being interviewed for a news or feature article or a roundtable discussion.
When journalists or publications become naive, cheap, lazy, or complicit, they deliberately misinterpret, distort, and fabricate a story to hurt or embarrass the individuals involved in the story. Journalism as a profession condemns that practice because it shortchanges and potentially misleads, misinforms, and miseducate the public on the subject matter. We need a free flow of balanced reporting and information about our government and about issues in order to maintain the health of our democracy. Without it, we are at the mercy of fabricators, liars, and quacks who would try to shape the thinking of our people.
Recently, Department of Jurisprudence and International Law of the University of Lagos held a roundtable on “Winning the War Against Corruption.” Femi Falana (SAN), human rights lawyer, was the key note speaker was represented by Wahab Shittu. Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, Professor Itse Sagay, and Femi Aribisala were the other participants.
The war on corruption has taken its share of body blows lately. But the roundtable on “Winning the war Against Corruption” was an opportunity to redefine and dissect corruption in a clinical setting as it were. Recent revelations on the extent and magnitude of corruption in Nigeria show leveling decades of corruption against our nation has gathered scalding force without grandstanding.
I find two aspects of the roundtable on corruption worth commenting upon. The first part that fuels my rage as a journalist is how The Herald reports the contribution of Ezekwesili. The second part that got me scratching my head is how Aribisala conveniently tucked away the second part of Ezekwesili's definition of corruption and mauled her contextual reference to Hong Kong and Queensland Australia.
Ezekwesili the former World Bank Vice-president defined corruption as “the abuse of public space for private gains.” Ezekwesili expands the definition: “It also includes what happens when in the private sector, a person abuses their position of trust for other stakeholders and personally benefits at the expense of the rest.” Ezekwesili calls for three pivotal strategies to tackle systemic corruption: (1) “Morally top political leadership that is able to mobilize entire citizenry and all sectors to line up behind the ‪#‎WarAgainstCorruption‬ and embrace a new orientation to the cost and consequence of corruption. (2) Preventive measures that reduce the opportunities for corruption – structural economic changes in the areas of liberalization and deregulation of sectors like energy, petroleum, and telecommunication that led to the demise of NITEL after many years of corruption and gave birth mobile phone companies. (3) Commensurate punishment for corruption: “until people understand that predictably they will receive the appropriate penalty for bad behavior they will continue to behave badly since it is profitable to do so.” Without effective enforcement of laws, investigation, prosecution, and adjudication of corruption, there is no way we will ensure the culprits pay for their crimes, says Ezekwesili. She believes these comprehensive strategies had reversed the systemic corruption in Hong Kong and Queensland Australia.
The mischievous Aribisala apparently consumed by the twin plague of pride and prejudice, in a ten-minute rant of distortion, shot back on the global definition of corruption by Ezekwesili: “Corruption cannot be narrowly defined the way Dr. Ezekwesili defined it, only relating to public institutions... And we have not yet taken a decision, we have not yet gotten to a point where we are fed up.” “I mean, she (Mrs. Ezekwesili),” continues Aribisala, “had given example of Hong Kong where people became fed up and said enough is enough. We have not reached that situation yet. I don't know why not, but we certainly have not.” Ezekwesili's reference to Hong Kong and Queensland Austria is explicit enough even for an average illiterate to comprehend. Aribisala badly twisted Ezekwesili's reference to Hong Kong and Queensland Australia.
Responding to Femi Falana's key note address, Aribisala denied there is war on corruption: “There is no fight against corruption in Nigeria. And if there is no fight against corruption, you can't even talk about war on corruption...” Aribisala said Buhari's war against corruption is selective and one-sided and it targets only members of the Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP). “In fact when the PDP was ostensibly dealing with corruption, it addressed people in its own party. We are not having that now,” says Aribisala. Fact is, the war against corruption is frustratingly slow and makes mockery of our criminal justice system. It is disingenuous of Aribisala to deny the arrest, detention, and prosecution of signature names in corruption docket like the Bukola Abiku Mesujamba Sarakis, the Orubebes, the Metuehs, and other prominent looters of our treasury. By the way, how many PDP's members were prosecuted for corruption?
Aribisala is reminiscent of a beatnik who would talk on and on making no sense whatsoever. I'm not in the least surprised how weak-minded and immature Aribisala appears in his thinking. Though Aribisala has advanced in age, he has not matured in thinking. It is difficult to understand how seemingly well read and intelligent man like Aribisala manipulates, distorts, fabricates, and refuse to use historical facts or logic to form complex thought patterns. His paranoid rantings is often child-like based on sentiments and emotions. Aribisala's repeated diatribes on national issues are products of political confusion as well as impoverished political vocabulary. He has for long been a polarizing figure in national consciousness. He will remain so for the rest of his life.
Now to the errant journalist (s) on The Herald. “If it takes a village to raise a child,” it takes crass journalists to distort and deceive the people in their reporting. In bold type face, The Herald headline screams “Many UNILAG Students engage in exam malpractice – Ezekwesili” The Herald story written by Fola (no last name) begins with an intro: “There was drama at the University of Lagos yesterday after a former Education minister, Oby Ezekwesili accused many students of the ivory tower of exam malpractice.”
The Herald reporter quotes Ezekwesili as saying “There are many whose exam malpractice is the basis upon which they have come to school. So when you are talking about the need to wage a war against corruption, they are completely disconnected from it. There is a complete dissonance from it.” Contrary to what The Herald reporter said, Ezekwesili reminds the students that “the effect of Systemic Corruption is that it operates at every segment of society and causes people to become inured to the malignant consequences of the Cancer.” “So for instance,” continues Ezekwesili, “many who gained admission into school as a result of Exam Malpractice have engaged in corruption at their own level and will thus have a cognitive dissonance with any talk about ‪#‎CorruptionWar‬.
Half knowledge is dangerous, especially if you're a journalist. Many Nigerian journalists are traitors to journalism. The mediocre reporting skill of many of our journalists is a great alarm to journalism, an instance of criminal intimidation against people like Ezekwesili who voice their opinion and stand by a progressive politics. This is another war against honesty, against intellectual freedom, and against truth. These half-baked journalists use every weapon – be it language, lies, slanting, and fabrication – to brand people in order to feed into the imaginations of fear and anger among their readers. The Herald deliberately left out the three comprehensive strategies of fighting corruption that Ezekwesili advocates.
It is disturbing to note that it is always people from minority communities, like prominent voices from women that are subject to this vitriol. Whereas people like Aribisala whose emblems are distortion, fabrication, and falsehood are protected from such vitriol. Not only is this form of journalism doing a disservice to our society in spreading lies and misinformation, it is taking on the role of fascist propaganda machines that single out individuals for intimidation, coercion, and at times elimination. The crass stupidity of such journalists is an open invitation to those wanting to abridge press freedom. The late British national newspaper editor Brian Hitchen had Nigerian poorly trained journalists in mind when he said many journalists “are the product of half-baked courses “ ...”haven't a clue what a good story is...”
Ezekwesili may not be wrong after all when she said “many who gained admission into school as a result of Exam Malpractice have engaged in corruption at their own level and will thus have a cognitive dissonance with any talk about #CorruptionWar.” It is an open secret that many students bought admission to our universities, many were admitted by parental connection. Many by cheating on Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exam. Many by trading sex for admission. As undergraduates, the same corrupt practices continue. They trade sexual favors for grades. They obtain grades by harassing and intimidating their teachers. And they purchase grades. These are forms of corruption Ezekwesili was talking about.
Gone are the days of students' activism on our university campus. Led by revolutionary student leaders like late Segun Okeowo, Banji Adegboro, Omoyele Sowore (Publisher, SaharaReporters) to mention a few. The numbness and dumbness of today's undergraduates is another form of blindness that reflects on our nation's collective myopia regarding social and political issues like corruption, poverty, unemployment, etc.
As university students, we expect them to take active roles in democracy – roles beyond the ballot box. We expect them to help frame both issues and solutions in our communities, our nation, and the world. Nigerian students no longer participate the kind of vibrant civic life that is critical to the success of our democracy. Our students have failed to be active in developing and promoting civic space in education of democratic citizenship and engagement of our citizens by developing their political consciousness.
In a country of 170 million people, students' voices matter. In the '60s and '70s, there was a huge rise in the involvement of students in politics. Time and again, we have seen how they have stood together to raise their voices against social injustices, tyranny, oppression, and dictatorship and have made impact on policies affecting them and Nigeria as a whole. Today, our university students are as dumb as a dummy. Their role models are the Bukola Abiku Mesujambas, Melayes, Dasukis, Burujis, Kafaratis, Diezanis, Ooduas, Fayoses, Fanikayodes, Okupes, Abatis, Metuhs. The list goes on.
Corruption continues to divide and destroy our collective resolve to terminate the cancer from our body politic. With broken criminal system, media manipulation, uninformed and gullible citizenry, we have failed as a people to reach a moment of divine clarity on how best to prosecute the war against corruption .
By Bayo Oluwasanmi 
Apr 11, 2016

See How TB Joshua Reacts To Report He Owns Shell Company

Popular prophet and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B Joshua, has reacted to reports that he has shares in a shell company in Panama.

Photos: Mercy Aigbe And Daughter Slay Together In Cornrows while Emma Nyra shows off curves in very skimpy outfit

mercy_aigbe_n_daughterNollywood actress and entrepreneur, Mercy Aigbe is known for her exquisite dress sense and style.
The actress has a grown up daughter that she shows off all the time on social media.
Yesterday mother and daughter were seen twinning in the same hairstyle see their lovely photos below
No homo but, she’s a really sexy lady!

Senate gives Buhari final warning over budget 2016

President Muhammadu Buhari and Senate President Bukola Saraki ABUJA—The Senate, yesterday, gave what it described as a final warning to the presidency on its dealings with the legislative branch of government, affirming that it would no longer tolerate the presidency blaming the legislature for its

Dwarf athlete Onye laments non-payment of Buhari money

Dwarf athlete, Lauritta Onye, has lamented the non-payment of money entitled to her three months after President Muhammadu Buhari rewarded the country’s outstanding sportsmen and women in January.