24 May 2016


Ice prince has officially announced his exit from Chocolate City to float his own label called ‘Super Cool Cats’.
His label has already kicked off with the release of his single ‘Chike’. Now that the rapper is having a fresh beginning as a boss of his own, one would say this is no time for him to be associated with any form of scandal.

Lagos lawmakers pay tributes to Akiolu on 13th anniversary

The Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday congratulated the Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, on the celebration of his 13 years on the throne. The

WAHALA LEYI O- We cant find approved building plan for Synagogue church – witness

The Council of Registered Engineers (COREN) Investigating Panel has heard that the building plan approval for the collapsed section of the Synagogue Church was not found in Lagos State


Yoruba actor Tayo Amokande and Lateef Adedimeji are individuals with an hilarious personality
Tayo who is popularly known as Ijebu, is mostly seen acting comic roles, so it’s not far-fetched where his hilarious personality comes from.


Fast-rising actress, Omodolapo Obembe has revealed why she was once banned from acting. The actress is a graduate of computer science from the Osun State Polytechnic .
She made her debut into the movie industry four years ago, while she was still in school. The actress was said to be shuttling between Osun state and Lagos state during the period of her studies as she was often getting roles in Lagos.


Cyber bullying has been going on for a while now; celebrities are often bullied by some individuals who portray themselves as fans.
Initially, most celebrities do not retaliate, as they let it sly, probably trying to maintain a clean slate with their fans.


It’s no more news that popular OAP freeze is always in the news for one reason or the other.
The on air personality, is a blunt person who dishes out his opinion on issues regardless what people might think or say about him.
He is a respecter of no one, when it comes to airing his mind on certain issues. Recently, a popular pastor, Joshua Iginla gifted 32 cars to veteran actors to celebrate his birthday, and this didn’t go down well with freeze.

EFCC detains Edo PDP Chair Orbih others over N700m campaign fund

BENIN CITY-THE Edo state chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Dan Orbih Tuesday spent a second night at the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes

It’s time to peg marriage age in Nigeria, says Emir of Kano

Sanusi IIKANO – The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II Tuesday voiced his opposition against child marriage saying it’s time to peg marriage age in the Nigeria. Addressing a conference of Northern Muslims Religious Leaders Forum on Primary Health care in Kano,

N15bn fraud: Court reserves June 22 to rule on application to de-freeze bank accounts

Nyako and others at the court The Federal High Court on Tuesday in Abuja reserved June 22 to give ruling on an application filed by Abdulaziz Nyako, praying the court to compel EFCC to de-freeze his bank accounts.

Trader dies after paying N10m to kidnappers

A trader, Mr. Kenneth Ekeanyanwu, has died barely two weeks after he paid N10m as ransom to secure his release from kidnappers in Calabar, Cross River State.
Ekeanyanwu, who owned Daybreak Bakery along Chamley Street in Calabar, was kidnapped by gunmen from his factory on May 6 and was said to have been released on May 11.

Judge faults medical report on Metuh’s bed rest

Justice Okon Abang of a Federal High Court in Abuja on Tuesday faulted a medical report by the National Hospital, Abuja, which placed the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mr. Olisa Metuh, on bed rest in the hospital.

BREAKING: EFCC declares Omisore wanted

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has declared wanted a former Deputy Governor of Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore.
The EFCC said this on its official Facebook page on Tuesday.
The commission said Omisore allegedly received N700m from a former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.)

Can your palm reveal the secret of your love?

Have you noticed those small lines on your palm? According to Ellen Goldberg those lines reflect what our minds know and remember about us, our love and marriage. Learn to read the secrets of love on your hands.
This lady believes the lines on one’s palm can tell you how many times you would fall in love, seriously. And at what age those relationships would start and end. If you look at your hand closely, you can find a little

Man asked patients to perform sexual acts on him

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A man who asked hospital patients to perform sexual acts on him was on very heavy medication at the time, a court heard.

Gerard Nolan (33) also shouted at a young child in the hospital waiting area.

Bola Tinubu’s son set to wed; check out pre wedding photos

One of the sons of APC National Leader, Bola Tinubu, Seyi is set to wed his love Layal Holm.
The couple got engaged, November 6, 2015 in Accra,

“Omo Odo Palava”: Seven Things To Do When Oga is Eyeing You!

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Jollof rice on point, amala, gbegiri and ewedu nko? forgerit! I mean, your omo odo skills has been sharpened beyond contest, just so you could just secure that spot in your new madam’s house to help you save up, but now, devil is trying to

Photos: Space Legend Series Concert with Onyeka Onwenu, King Sunny Ade and Ebenezer Obey

glamour and world-class entertainment birthed to meet the yearning desire of classic music lovers. The Space Legend Series Olympian aspiration is to provide premium experience and classy entertainment to high networth individuals, accomplished personalities and captains of industries.

10 Typical Naija Neighbours!

Whether you move to a flat, bungalow, duplex or mansion one thing you can’t run away from – Neighbours! You could be anti social, introverted, standoffish… whatever, but there’s no denying that you’ll at least get to bump in time to time with good old neighbours. Today we cast the spotlight to our very own Naija – the land of “warmth and friendliness” as we bring you 10 neighbours we bet you’ve met.

What sexually arouses a woman

Do you want to make your girlfriend happier? Read these tips to learn more about sex!
Not all the men are able to satisfy a woman because you need to pay attention to all the details in order to succeed in this kind of business.  So,how to sexually arouse a woman?
A lot of men just go with the basic rules and techniques of sex. Sometimes they don’t realize that it’s not exactly what the girls want. Moreover, it won’t bring you that much pleasure. Some sophisticated sex techniques are good at some point, but the sensuality is more important for girls. Here are some good advices which will make your girlfriend more satisfied.

Unfaithful in marriage- How to get over it?

How to prevent divorce if someone has made treason? Read the article to find answers on this problem.
Mistrust in family between spouses can become obsession, which reason consists in uncertainty in each other. The reason to be unfaithful in marriage has roots from the past of the person who has this feeling. It is capable to destroy the relations slowly.
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Infidelity in marriage statistics
At least 76% of men and 21% of women had one illegitimate connection in a lifetime. By the way, about five years ago, it was 60.7% and 41% respectively. It is interesting that the main

5 hottest teachers who slept with their students

What are the stories about teachers’ sexual crime interesting with? Read the article to learn about hottest of them.
There is a set of interesting stories about inadmissible communication of teachers and students. Many of them come to end unsuccessful. Here are 5 hottest teachers who slept with their students.
5 hottest teachers who slept with their students
1. Hope Jacoby
She has been arrested in the last day of school lessons. She was accused of sexual communications with boys of 14 and 17 years. This fact was confirmed after the picture taken on phone of one of


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This creativity however won the award for him. The awards ceremony was held at Oregun Ikeja on Sunday 22 May 2016.
After the award was presented to him , he said : “Alhamdulilahi , I  Just got the award for the Best Music Collaboration Of The Year 2016.‪#‎IMAN 2016. My sincere appreciation goes out to my entire numerous fans worldwide for the great support. I will not let you down”.
The last heard from  the Proper Music exponent , Malaika was the duet he did with Dammy Krane, Nana Dnace that is trending till date  and Malaika Alayeluwa Fans Day that was held in last month April 2016.

8 Reasons You’re Not Happy In Your Relationship

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Ever since we were little, we have day dreamed about the day we would find Mr. Right. We’ve fantasized about what he looks like, how tall he is, how he treats us and even our inevitable wedding.

Electrocuted UNILAG undergraduate’s family gets N45m compensation

The family of Oluchi Anekwe, a 300-level student of Accounting in the University of Lagos, who was electrocuted by a live wire on the school premises, has been paid N45m as compensation.
A source told PUNCH Metro that the money was paid after the Eko Electricity Distribution Company reached a non-disclosure agreement with the victim’s family.
Our correspondent had reported in September 2015 that Oluchi, a first class student of UNILAG, was electrocuted at about 7pm, while returning from an evening mass with her younger sister.
Oluchi had reportedly entered the Eni Njoku Hall to buy an item and was walking out of the hostel when a high-tension wire fell on her.
The remains of the Igbo-Etiti, Enugu State indigene, were buried shortly after.
The Federal Government also set up a panel to investigate the death.
A Lagos-based human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, reportedly took up the case and wrote EKEDC, asking that the firm compensate the family or risk litigation.
It was gathered that after series of meetings, the power firm buckled and settled with the family.
A credible source told our correspondent that the firm paid N45m to the family.
He said, “They agreed and paid N45m in a non-disclosure agreement. This means the agreement is not to be disclosed to the public. It is supposed to be a private arrangement between the company and the girl’s family.
“The reasoning is that if it is publicised, it could encourage people who have similar grievances to insist on monetary settlements. That might not augur well for the company. The victim’s younger sister has also been flown abroad for treatment for the injuries she sustained in the incident.”
When contacted, Oluchi’s father, Chief Basil Anekwe, refused to confirm if any money was paid to his family, saying instead that the victim’s younger sister was abandoned in an American hospital.
He said, “Which money are you talking about? Where did you get the information? Well, I don’t have an idea of what you are talking about; I am in Enugu right now.”
When PUNCH Metro probed further if the family had received any payment, he said, “Do not ask me because I do not know you. You cannot hear anything from me. Go and confirm from the person that gave you the information. Write that I said I have nothing to say about it.
“I stopped the negotiation process because my daughter was abandoned in an American hospital and I had to go and get her.”
Falana, whose chamber reportedly mediated in the process, could not be reached for comment despite efforts by our correspondent.
But the General Manager, Corporate Communications, EKEDC, Idemudia Godwin, confirmed that there was a settlement, adding that it was not for the public.
He said, “We have settled out of court. We don’t have any issue with the family again.
“I think we want it private; we don’t want it publicised and the family also does not want it published.”
Godwin, however, expressed surprise at the allegation that the company abandoned Oluchi’s sister in an American hospital, saying he was not aware of such.

Metuh admitted in hospital, lawyer tells court

The National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mr. Olisa Metuh, was absent from his ongoing trial before a Federal High Court in Abuja on Tuesday.
Upon an inquiry by the trial judge, Justice Okon Abang, about Metuh’s whereabouts, his lawyer, Dr. Onyechi Ikpeazu (SAN), said the defendant was on a bed rest at the National Hospital, Abuja.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is prosecuting Metuh and his company, Destra Investments Limited, on charges including fraudulent collection  of N400m from the Office of the National Security Adviser in November 2014 and using same for PDP’s presidential campaign.
Metuh and Destra Investments Limited are also being tried on charges of money laundering involving alleged cash transaction of $2m.
Justice Abang had on Monday adjourned till Tuesday for the continuation of the testimony of the fifth defence witness, Mr. Richard Ihediwa.
After intimating the judge on why Metuh was absent from court, Ikpeazu passed to the court registrar a medical report  signed by a neurosurgeon consultant in the hospital, Dr. O.O Olaleye, confirming that Metuh was in the hospital for a bed rest.
The lawyer, who sought an adjournment of the case, said the situation in section 352(4) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act 2015, in which the judge is allowed to proceed with a criminal trial without the defendant present in court, had not arisen.
The provision of the law provides that the court may proceed with a criminal trial if a defendant already granted bail is absent from court in violation of a court order or in the absence any good reason for the absence of the defendant.
‎Destra’s lawyer, Tochukwu Nwugbufor (SAN), had supported the request for adjournment insisting that by virtue of the provisions of section 352(4) of the ACJ Act, the court could never proceed with the trial in Metuh’s absence.
Prosecuting counsel, Mr. Sylvanus Tahir, also did not oppose the application for adjournment but also referred the court to section 266(a) and (b) of the ACJ Act which makes it mandatory for a defendant to be present in court whenever his trial comes up.
The judge, in a ruling, which he delivered after entertaining the submission of parties to the case, noted that though Metuh had good reason to be absent from court, the medical report was unhelpful, as it failed to indicate the period which the bed rest would last.
The judge said the omission of the period for the bed rest in the medical report had left doubt to whether the report was issued in bad faith.
The judge conceded to the request for adjournment and fixed May 30 for continuation of trial.
Justice Abang also fixed Wednesday (tomorrow) for ruling on an application by Metuh seeking the release of his passport to enable him travel to the United Kingdom for medical treatment.

Tagging all herdsmen criminals can split Nigeria – Group

The Jonde Jam Fulani Youth Association has said there is a conspiracy to tag all Fulani herdsmen across the country as criminals, warning that such a move will affect the unity of the nation.
The National President of the group, Saidu Maikano who spoke to journalists in Jos, the Plateau State capital, said though there were some criminal elements among the herdsmen, it was unacceptable to tag all herdsmen criminals, especially in the South-South and South Western parts of the country.
Maikano said, “Criminality is not peculiar to one ethnic group. Criminality has no ethnic or religious attachment and, therefore, should not be used as a Fulani identity.”
The group said there is a grand conspiracy to evict Fulani herdsmen from other parts of the country but insisted that such a move would be resisted.
It said, “This country belongs to all of us; there is no part of the country that has accommodated other ethnic groups like the North and when some of these people commit offences in the North, we don’t brand an entire ethnic group as criminals because as civilised people we should only ensure that the criminals are prosecuted and justice is done.”
On the issue of cattle rustling, Maikano said, “Cattle rustling has become a booming business headed by a cartel. Security agents must connect the dots so as to get to the real sponsors.”

BREAKING: Court declares PDP caretaker committee illegal

Justice Ibrahim Buba of a Federal High Court in Lagos has declared as invalid the caretaker committee constituted over the weekend to take over the  affairs of the Peoples Democratic Party from its acting National Chairman, Ali Modu Sheriff.
The judge, in a ruling on Monday, directed the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, to enforce his order, barring the members of the constituted caretaker committee from taking over the affairs of the party.

80-Year-Old Tortoise Hatches A Tiny Baby. But This Mom Has Another HUGE Surprise…

Meet Nigrita, an 80-year-old Galapagos tortoise that laid her first eggs this year! While 80 years might seem quite a bit late in life for us to be having babies, Galapagos tortoises can live to be over 150 years old. In other words, Nigrita is in her prime for reproducing.
Sadly, Galapagos tortoises are on the list of endangered species and that’s why Nigrita lives at Zoo Zürich on Switzerland. She’s part of a special breeding program to help ensure the survival of her species. While it would have been fantastic if Nigrita gave birth to one healthy baby, she ended up with nine adorable hatchlings!
Nigrita is an 80-year-old Galapagos Tortoise. Her species is nearly extinct…tort6
But Nigrita just became a new mom!tort5
Way to go, Nigrita!tort4
Galapagos Tortoises are endangered because humans who first traveled to the Galapagos Islands realized that their meat was ideal for extended boat travel. Humans also introduced animals to the environment, and these animals acquired a taste for tortoise eggs.tort3
That’s why Nigrita lives at Zoo Zürich in Switzerland, where she is part of a special breeding program.tort2b
And while everyone was happy when she laid her eggs, Nigrita surprised everyone by having NINE healthy hatchlings!tort1
These little guys will help ensure the survival of their species!
Way to go Nigrita, and thanks to Zoo Zürich for helping to protect this amazing species! Please share this story and help raise awareness about this endangered species.
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State Employees: Stone Your Feudal Governors And Say No To $3.2 Billion World Bank Money

By Bayo Oluwasanmi
May 23, 2016
“Politicians are still stealing because citizens are yet to carry out jungle justice on them. If you see a thief and you allow him to steal, what do you do? … you have stoned nobody that is why we are still stealing... if you don't take your destiny into your hands, we will go and other leaders will come and they will continue to steal.” - Rotimi Amaechi
Recently, the story of a victim of hunger graced the pages of SaharaReporters. Nasiru Lukman, a teacher at Saint Luke's Grammar School, Molete, Ibadan, Oyo State, slumped while teaching in the classroom. The Vice-Principal of the same school, Emmanuel Olajide reportedly died as a result of hunger “apparently due to non-payment of four months' salary by the State government.” The 37-year old teacher of accounting bled profusely as a result of an injury sustained on his head. He was rushed to Molete Health Center for treatment.
“My husband has been vomiting blood since morning when he collapsed and became unconscious since then,” says Mrs. Modupe Nasiru. “Our two children,” continues Nasiru, “are even staying with my mother because we could not afford taking care of them as my husband's salaries have not been paid. I'm appealing to well-meaning people to assist us and save the life of my husband,” pleads Nasiru.
As I write, many governors are still defaulting in their financial obligations to their workers in spite of the bailout funds by the federal government to assist them to pay outstanding salaries and allowances. Last year, the federal government released N338 billion to 27 states as bailout funds to pay their workers backlog of salaries and allowances. Some of the bailout funds were either diverted to other avenues or pocketed out-rightly by the governors. I have it on authority that a chunk of the bailout money was paid to contractors of companies owned by the governors.
It is safe to say that our state governors have set a standard for corruption that's hard to match. The governors lack the key attributes of good governance: transparency, responsibility, accountability, participation, responsiveness to the needs of our people. The governors are known for washing millions of Naira through corruption conduits. As prominent members of the large club of governors and former governors, they are widely believed to be corrupt and linked to organized corruption. They rarely face any sanctions. They effectively control their own legislatures and their own courts. They're kings in their own dominions.
The roots of this power and impunity lie in the obnoxious clause in the Constitution that grants immunity to governors for every crime – murder, stealing, forgery, rape, assault, name it – while in office, hence they have become feudal governors with absolute power. The governors and the private sector and organized corruption are intertwined. It's a potent mix. They have become so powerful because some of the governors' parties have been in power for years, the legislatures are in their pockets, and the social organizations and the local media have been largely co-opted by the governors. Grassroots participation has been deleted in the States' constitutions by the governors. The people has been completely emasculated. The governors have adamantly refused to hold local government elections. Instead, they imposed their handpicked morons as chairmen and councilors. There is no rule of law, no checks and balances, and no judiciary to control or check the loose-canon governors.
We have a democracy without the rule of law. Citizens in the respective states under the almighty governors are suffering the consequences. Any attempt or semblance of attempt to call the governors to order would be considered a jibe. Corruption is the most pressing threat that our democracy faces. The governors, potentates of corruption, in concert with the Supreme Court that adopts ahistorical and improperly narrow view of corruption have shut down the effective judicial weapon to fight the very real threat that untamed corrupt governors pose to our democracy.
The treatment meted out to the workers by the governors is heartbreaking, terrifying, and unforgivable. The governors place their private interests and welfare over the public good in public office. Consider the following: How can a worker go for six plus months without income? How do they fend for themselves and their families? What back up do they have in a country without social safety nets like unemployment income, soup kitchen, homeless shelter? How can one cope without income for two weeks talk of m-o-n-t-h-s? What kind of country is Nigeria? What kind of people are the governors? How do they sleep at night knowing full well they owe workers salaries for months while they are collecting their bogus salaries as due, living off the state paying nothing for housing, food, transport, light, water, entertainment, and other basic amenities and luxuries of life? The opposite of public virtue is when a governor is using corruption in a public office for private ends, and it's a central threat to the life and health of the state and the citizens.
The governors ruthlessly engage in corruption. Corruption, wastage, mismanagement are their predominant passions. They are not better than ordinary criminals. They are worse. They have willfully neglect to faithfully execute the laws of the state and have consistently acted in violation of the law to promote their personal agenda. They are dishonest, unprincipled, immoral, and incompetent. Just take a tour of the states of some of the governors. The evidence is chillingly compelling that they exercise poor judgement, greed, in making decisions detrimental to their people. For example, some governors in their warped judgment and misplaced priority believe building airports are more important than paying workers' salaries. The airports built by these charlatans are not functioning talk of being profitable. For instance, the Akure Airport by Governor Olusegun Mimiko is patronized by weeds and rodents as permanent tenants. The ex-danfo driver, the unrepentant bastard and prodigal son Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, had plans to build airport in Ado-Ekiti while civil servants and teachers in the state have not been paid for months.
It amounts to moral turpitude on the part of the governors to refuse to pay salaries to workers and starve them to death. Hellooo Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State! Are you there? Can you hear me or read me – now? Have you read the story of Lukman and Olajide in your local newspapers? What have you done or what's your plan to save the life of Lukman? What help have you given to the Olajides? What's your plan to pay workers regularly and promptly? Lukman's case is an emergency matter. Get in touch ASAP with the wife and save Lukman's life because delay is dangerous. Many Lukmans are going through the same thing in all the 36 states. If the governors could stop stealing, be more creative, more resourceful, entrepreneurial, dispose their fleet of jets, reduce the fleet of official cars, reduce the number of political appointees, give up the so called “security vote” (whatever that means) and stop hauling our money to Panama, Dubai, and other foreign countries, they'll have more than enough money to pay workers' salaries – and on time.
Governor Abdulaziz of Zamfara State, Chairman of Nigeria's Governors Forum said last week that governors of 36 states would seek access to about $3.2 billion fund from the World Bank to meet their financial obligations. Reason: “You know $3.2 billion dollars can do a lot to improve the lives and livelihood of our citizens,” says El-Rufai the Kaduna State Governor. “... citizens would get its benefits including health to education and the rural areas, agriculture and livestock and water supply,” continues El-Rufai. That's all crap. Baloney. Bullshit! We heard the same old trite story before. No Nigerian in his or her right senses would believe El-Rufai and the governors. What happened to the World Bank money taken in the past? Show us what you did with the money – where is the agric farm? What health benefits have we gotten from past World Bank loans and funds? How many hospitals were built and where? What rural empowerment took place? Were any dams built? Did treated water flow from the taps? As far as Nigerians are concerned, no benefits or projects financed with World Bank loan, money, or funds are visible, accessible, and verifiable in this part of the world. Hell No to World Bank money!
My heart sickens, and my mind grows faint in contemplation of horrible cruelties of the governors. By the governors' stubborn rejection of love and mercy for our people, they're inviting the curse and wrath of God. I have this warning for the governors from the Romish leader: “If you will not receive brethren who bring you peace, you shall receive enemies who will bring you war.” To the state employees who are yet to receive their peanuts, listen to Amaechi and act on his advice: “Politicians are still stealing because citizens are yet to carry out jungle justice on them. If you see a thief and you allow him to steal, what do you do? … you have stoned nobody that is why we are still stealing... if you don't take your destiny into your hands, we will go and other leaders will come and they will continue to steal.” So, state employees, what are you waiting for? Heed Amaechi's call to action Unite, stone your wicked feudal governors to submission. You have nothing to lose but your hunger!