7 Jun 2016

Buhari is ill Because My God Is Angry With Him Says Fayose

Buhari-FayoseGovernor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has predicted that the economic downturn currently being witnessed in the country will last for the first four years of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration and eventually lead to its downfall.



There is nothing new again in the entertainment world. What can only amaze people are those that are involved.


Many babes in Nigeria now like to be sucked during sex. And that is authoritative.

Unlike years ago when sucking was seen as a dirty habit, these days it is the wish of many girl for her sexual partner to part her legs and lick or suck her until she reaches orgasm.


This is certainly a trying period for highly revered Radio Personality, Dan Foster, as Esabod gather that is unruly behavior have caused him to loose his job at City FM 105.1.

Those who peddle the gist say the management laid him off over his behavior which was becoming unprofessional.


Popular actress, Henrientta Kosoko, has been reported dead.

The cause of her death has not been officially confirmed, but reports have it that she slumped at home and was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Nigerian introduced Money spraying machine, such a crazy society .


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Lagos Big Boy,Muda Shine has every reason to be in a pensive mood at the moment.
The woman that meant the world to him has taken a walk into the arms of King of Fuji music,Wasiu Ayinde Anifowoshe popularly known as K1 The Ultimate.

A Man Can Get Physically Stuck Inside A Woman During Sex, Doctors Confirm

What was the most unusual place you made love at? This couple decided that the sea S3@.Xx:’ would be a nice thing to do. Plus, they took it public and started making out with lots of people on the beach and swimming in the sea. What happened next is embarrassing and striking!



Sources present on set disclosed that the Toyin Aimakhu got emotional as she broke down in tears as she was consoled by her colleagues but she couldn’t stop crying. The movie shoot had to stop until she could get herself together.img-20160531-wa0006-1.jpg


Exclusive: Sir Shina Peters debunks taking a new wife…. He says “it’s till death do us part with Sammie”

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About a week ago, news broke about Afro Juju creator, Sir Shina Peters leaving his wife of 35 years, Sammie who had just survived a trying moment battling with cancer. It was alleged that Shina Peters had married a new wife named Olajumoke (not the famous bread seller) and abandoned Sammie. The number of ladies who frequently surround the Juju musician when he arrives a party further made the rumour hold more water.
Sir Shina Peters and GoldmyneTv Boss, Otunba Sesan Rufai
Both Shina Peters and Sammie had since remained mute about the rumour. However, GoldmyneTv Boss, Otunba Sesan Rufai had a one on one interview with Sir Shina Peters who performed at the burial ceremony of Mr Seun Oloketuyi’s grandmother in Ijebu, Ogun State on Saturday, 4th of June, 2016.
Sir Shina Peters and GoldmyneTv Boss, Otunba Sesan Rufai

Ooni of Ife Visits Obafemi Martins Leaves Nigerians Disappointed

Former Super Eagles player, Obafemi Martins popularly known as Obagoal got a distinguished visit from the Ooni Of Ife , Oba Adeyeye Adewusi and this has left a lot of Nigerians disappointed.

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Skin Care: 5 Ways To Get Rid of Dark Underarms

Do you ever look at those advertising billboards and wonder how the models have such perfect underarms.That is, aside from Photoshop?
Dark coloration of the skin in the underarms region is usually not a disease or medical condition. Dark underarms can be thought of as the skin’s response to exposure to certain elements, similar to a suntan that results from exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays.

Daughter of Jide Kosoko Pays Touching Tribute to Late Mum

Good Girl exposes Abuja Runs Babe who entices Young Ladies into Prostitution

The fastest thing corrupting ladies today is the social media. If a lady lacks Godly values, the social media is so corrupt that she can be pushed into runs by the show off or bad advice of misguided ladies.

A beautiful lady, Chika Edozie, was able to escape an Abuja runs babe who tried to lure her into ashawo work, promising her cash. She did the right thing by exposing her. See revelations...

My Trial Is Just A Distraction’ – Bukola Saraki

How can a man who tried everything possible to make sure his trial does not commence for several months, now turn around to tell us that his trial is a distraction? That's Nigerian politicians for you.

Lagos housemaid leads burglars, steals boss’ N3m property

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a 28-year-old housemaid, Anna Payaro, for allegedly leading a gang to burgle her boss’ apartment at Goshen Estate, Lekki, in the Eti-Osa Local Government Area of the state.

In Nigeria we travel in bulletproof cars – Billionaire Femi Otedola’s kids talk about life

They're heiresses to a billion dollar fortune and currently lead a jet-set lifestyle enjoying all the trappings of wealth.
But the daughters of one of Africa's richest men say they are not content being rich and famous in his shadow, and instead want to work hard to make names for themselves in their own right. 
Cuppy Otedola, 23, and her sister Temi, 19, are well-known in their home country of Nigeria because their father is energy tycoon Femi Otedola, worth an estimated £650million.
Cuppy Otedola, 23, right, and her sister Temi, 19, will one day inherit their father's fortune but first Cuppy wants to be a successful DJ while Temi is a fashion blogger
Cuppy Otedola, 23, right, and her sister Temi, 19, will one day inherit their father's fortune but first Cuppy wants to be a successful DJ while Temi is a fashion blogger

Oyo school pupils protest return of schools to missions

Oyo school pupils protest return of schools to missions
•NLC orders indefinite strike •APC secretariat vandalised
Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, was locked down yesterday by pupils of public secondary schools who staged a protest around the city against state government’s plan to return some schools to their original owners.

Shocker! Did BBC mock Buhari for going abroad for treatment? (Photos)

buhariPresident Muhammadu Buhari has often stirred controversy as a political leader but one news website has attempted to stir the pot in an altogether shocking way.
The African News 24/7 website reported that the president had flown to the UK to receive treatment for an ear infection and would remain there for 10 days.

For refusing to surrender his phone, READ the horrible thing cultists did to corps member

A member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), in Bayelsa state identified as James Onuh was killed at the weekend by suspected cultists at Obele, a suburb of Yenagoa, the state capital.

I didn’t kill my friend, he stabbed himself – Suspect

A murder suspect, Ademola Wasiu, has denied that he stabbed his friend, Lekan Omotosho, to death on Lagos Island, Lagos State.
 The 21-year-old bricklayer said the victim was the one who picked a bottle to stab him, adding that during the scuffle, the deceased fell on the splinters and died from the injuries.

You’ll be scared of mothers after seeing these photos

What would make a mother put her baby inside her hold-all shopping bag? Some mothers have been known to do things that may be considered ‘weird’ when they are outside the house and need to run errands but are too tired to be carrying their babies and have no option of leaving them behind. These mothers have taken

7 major ways men deceive ladies, these tricks have been in vogue for ages

There are some tricks men use for girls; these tricks have been in vogue for ages yet they keep hitting targets and making girls trip and fall in love with them. It does not matter whether we let out these tricks or not because men would keep using them and more girls would fall for them.
Men have come to realize what works for most ladies; many of them have virtually the same dream when it comes to men. They want men who are calm, cool headed, attractive, God-fearing, humble, rich, and caring; the list is endless. Men know this well and capitalize on it. Women would always find men who exhibit these traits irresistible.
Whether these tricks are blown in the women’s faces or not, men would always find a way to get through to them. There is basically nothing we can do about it as these tricks make women get emotional.
Find below some of the tricks men use for women:

1. Being soft-spoken

ways men deceive women
Men who talk softly always gain women’s attention. Women become sentimental when they meet men like that. They feel they would be well mannered men who know left from right; they believe men like that would be able to treat them right as compared to the lousy ones they see on the streets. Men like that are also thought to be more reasonable.

2. Being well dressed

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Before a man says anything to a woman, she would have assessed him. Women take in every little detail when they meet men for the first time.
They check out the clothes the men have on and the wristwatches they use; even the belt is noticed. Men who are fashionable always attract women; men like these know what the society wants and how to keep up with the fashion trend.

3. Smell

It definitely feels good having to meet a man who smells wonderful; men have this strong smell most women dislike. But when women meet men who have taste and use good perfume, they naturally assume the men have class and would make a good partner.
This could be the very first step as the men are able to gain ground with this. Before one gets to know someone intimately, there has to be some sort of connection between them first.

4. Being witty and charming

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There are some men who are simply charming; they smile in such a way that the women start to melt. They understand what it means to be charming and do all they could to put this attribute of theirs in women’s faces without being offensive.
They know this is their selling point and know women appreciate this in them. Men like these strike the women as being funny and interesting.

5. Being confident

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Women no doubt love to meet men who are confident; while the men may not be able to tell women how confident they are, the way they talk and act would give women that impression. Men who have long strides and walk slowly exudes confidence. Women love men who are in control and would fall for them the moment they notice this about them.

6. Clean skin

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Another way men get to trick women and deceive them is by enhancing their looks and taking care of their skin. Men know that women put so much effort into looking good; they also know that they have to work hard to make sure they do not embarrass themselves in front of the women.
Women love men who have clean skin; they pride themselves over men who do not have pimples or any skin blemishes. Men like these are presentable and women enjoy going out with them in public.

7. Being generous

ways men deceive women
Women no doubt love meeting men who are generous; a free ride in the rain, paying for bills at the counter and being nice will no doubt make a woman melt and fall in love. A man’s generosity makes women think he would be a responsible partner; men know this so well and use their finances to woo women at times.

REVEALED: Why Buhari can’t spend recovered loots yet

Despite recovering stolen Nigerian money, President Muhammadu Buhari might not be able to spend the monies on urgent needs of the country, the chairman Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay has revealed.
Speaking with Punch newspaper, the Professor of law said the Federal Government has set up an account for the stolen funds.
“Regarding the funds frozen under the interim forfeiture, the Federal Government can’t touch it for now because certain cases have not been concluded and the forfeiture is interim because technically, the court can order the release to the owners if the occasion demands it but if it goes the other way, there will be a permanent forfeiture order and that is when the properties would accrue to the government and would therefore be used for the benefit of Nigerians,” Professor Sagay said.
He added that the decision not to name looters was made in a bid to encourage others, who had stolen, to return money.
“The way I see it, it is more political than legal. It is not party politics but about conduct. I believe the government feels that if you name names, those who are about to come out and also bring out whatever has been looted, would withdraw.
“On the legal side, I don’t see the problem that is being talked about because once a person is going to be charged to court for corruption or illegally acquiring resources, there is no liability in announcing it.
“After all, we have been seeing the names of all those accused and charged. So, the main reason is to encourage others, who are still hiding their loot and speculating what to do, to come out and hand over the loot so that the country can recover more of what has been stolen.”
Speaking further, he said the decision not to name looters might also have been in a bid not to embarrass some Nigerians who received government funds without knowing that the money was for arms or that the money was stolen.
“There are some people who actually received those assets and money without knowing that it was stolen or whose knowledge of the source would be very difficult to establish.
“So, if you are in a situation, where you thought your political party had raised money legitimately and you were given an amount for the purpose of campaign, then you may have a strong case against any criminal charge like the newspapers, who have received money, but you may be willing to return the money having found out that it was illegitimately acquired.”
Meanwhile, Presidency has revealed that the recovered loots will be spent on infrastructure.
According to the special adviser to the President on media and publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, “The President said it sometimes ago in Kaduna that recovered money would be spent on the development of infrastructure. The infrastructure includes roads and railways among others,” he said.
Mr Adesina added: “Nigerians can be assured that the money would be spent transparently and judiciously. They have nothing to fear.
“These funds would be spent to better the lives of Nigerians; this is what this government is committed to.”
Recall that the Muhammadu Buhari-led government revealed that N78, 325,354,631.82; $185,119,584.61; £3,508,355.46 and €11, 250 had been recovered from alleged looters.
According to the FG, the funds were recovered separately by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, the Office of the Attorney-General of the Federation; Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offences Commission and the Department of State Services.

Group lambast Oyo governor- You are a dictator

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A civil society group in Nigeria has slammed the Oyo state governor, Abiola Ajimobi, as nothing but an elected dictator – The group also accused the governor of intimidation and harassment of labour activist in the pace setter state 

 A dictator governor? Abiola Ajimobi, Oyo state governor A civil society group in Nigeria, Centre for Sustained Dialogue has slammed the Oyo state Governor, Abiola Ajimobi, as nothing but an elected dictator. 

The group also accused the governor of intimidation and harassment of labour activist in the pace setter state. According to the executive director of the group, comrade Omotosho Hakeem, the  arrest and detention of leaders of the Oyo state chapter of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) after they protested against Ajumobi government’s plan to privatise public schools in the state is undemocratic, inhuman and dictatorial. 

READ ALSO: Workers must resume to get paid – Fayose Comrade Hakeem said the decision to privatise the public schools is escapist and anti people, adding that the children of the poor will not have access to education if the plan privatization is allowed. Comrade Hakeem further stated that: 

“The western region was able to developed ahead of other region because of free education policy of the great Awo which Governor Ajimobi was a beneficiary, it is therefore dictatorial to sell our public schools to his acolytes. “Governor Isiaka Ajimobi must understand that education is considered as national emergency, second only to war. Therefore if Oyo state is not at war, within and without, why is Ajimobi selling the school? It is barbaric, unconstitutional and a deliberate evil against the poor majority citizens of Oyo who deserve education.” 

READ ALSO: PDP stalwart explains what led to factions in party The group therefore appeal to good citizen of Oyo to support the labour leader and struggle for a state that will take the education of citizen serious rather than the dictatorial one that seek to sell their educational heritage. 

Recall that labour leaders who are members of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) were arraigned on Friday, June 3 before an Ibadan Magistrate Court. Mr Waheed Olojede, the chairman of the NLC, Oyo state chapter and six others were among those brought before the court. The reason for their arraignment by the police was as a result of disturbing an education stakeholders forum which was organised by the Oyo state government on Wednesday, June 1

I’m under probe, says Jonathan- Ex-president explains how he fought corruption

Goodluck Jonathan. PHOTO: bloomberg.com
• Ex-president explains how he fought corruption
• Former leader seeks bill of rights for Nigerians
Although the President Muhammadu Buhari government has not publicly admitted a direct investigation of his predecessor for corruption, the latter thinks he is under probe.
Erstwhile President Goodluck Jonathan declared yesterday: “Of course obviously, we’ve been investigated, and I’m being investigated.”
Insisting that his successor should be allowed to do his work, Jonathan said: “After all these investigations, the whole stories will be properly chronicled. I’ve just left office, and I should allow the president and his team to do what they believe is good for the country.”
Jonathan who spoke in an exclusive interview with the New York-based Bloomberg TV, after a speech he delivered at Bloomberg Studios, London, the United Kingdom yesterday declined to make further comments on the Buhari presidency, saying: “As the immediate past president, it is improper to make certain statements when the government is working.”
Many aides and associates of the former president are under investigation with many of them currently in detention by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for $2.1billion meant for the procurement of arms for the fight against the Boko Haram insurgency in the North Eastern part of the country with some Nigerians calling for Jonathan to be investigated as well.
But contrary to the perception in some quarters that the administration of Jonathan was abjectly corrupt and inept, the former leader said his government took many steps to curtail graft in the areas of finance, agriculture and petroleum.
In his speech, Jonathan said beyond job creation, Nigeria like other developing countries, faced the challenge of corruption, which is a stumbling block to the development of nations.
On how his government tackled corruption, Jonathan said: “I think it is important to let you know my administration took many steps to curtail this scourge, in the areas of finance, agriculture and petroleum.
“To take just one example, we drastically reduced corruption in the agricultural sector with the help of a simple mobile phone.
We achieved this by providing an e-wallet to farmers, which grew the percentage of registered farmers receiving subsidy from 11 per cent to 94 per cent.  And in the process we were also able to save billions of naira in fertiliser subsidies.
“Through our Agricultural Transformation Agenda, we greatly boosted food production and saved almost a trillion of naira on food imports.
“This one initiative had the benefits of improving food security, creating more jobs and reducing inflation to its lowest levels in over five years.”
He also explained that the ambition of his government was to check the corruption in petroleum subsidies by completely deregulating the sector but lamented that unhealthy political resistance frustrated the efforts.
“Consolidating democracy and the effective war against graft should be the collective responsibility of all citizens,” he said.
He acknowledged that there had been corruption right from the country’s independence but defended his administration’s anti-graft war.
“I cannot say the country from the beginning of our independence, that there was no corruption, yes there has been corruption. I did very well also, to curtail corruption,” he said.
Explaining how he approached the fight against corruption, Jonathan said: “My approach to corruption, was ‘don’t make money available for anyone to touch.’
While he expressed commitment to good governance, effective stewardship and transparency, the former president insisted that for Nigeria to further develop, it needs peace, freedom and unity, saying: “These values need to be deeply, strongly and irreversibly entrenched in Nigeria for all time. For this to happen, it is imperative for both the executive and the legislative arms of government to institute a Bill of Rights.”
He said: “Such a Bill of Rights will end discrimination and tribalism, and promote equality, enabling everyone to work towards the common goal for the development of the nation.
“A Bill of Rights, which like the British Magna Carta, some 800 years ago, enshrined the principle of habeas corpus so that no person is deprived of his liberty without a trial of his peers.
“A Bill of Rights, like that introduced by America’s Founding Fathers, which stated that ‘the people shall not be deprived or abridged of their right to speak, to write, or to publish their sentiments; and the freedom of the press, as one of the great bulwarks of liberty, shall be inviolable.’
“There is a statement by Cicero going back to ancient Rome.
He said: ‘Civis Romanus Sum’ meaning : ‘I am a Roman citizen.’
But it meant much more than that. It meant that every Roman was entitled to all of the rights and protections of a citizen in Rome. It didn’t matter if you were rich or poor or even a prisoner, you were still a citizen of Rome and protected by the state. Wouldn’t it be good for us to aspire to a Nigeria where we too could apply that same principle: ‘Civis Nigerianus Sum?’
“Each of us could say, ‘I am a citizen of Nigeria!’ We would be able to look beyond where each of us comes from, and look past our tribal origins.
“We would be able to evaluate each other on our merits, rather than our religion, or region. We would be free to think or do as we wished, as long as we observe the laws of the land, without fear that the land would withhold our rights under the law.
“What would it mean to be able to declare ‘I am a Nigerian citizen?’ You would be judged on your own merits, not your tribe.
You would have access to education that can help you succeed on whatever path you choose. You would be part of a proud culture, one that others want to invest in.
“You would be safe in knowing that society judges you by your successes and failures, rather than your place of origin. You would be equal before the law and your protection is enshrined in the laws of the country.
“You would be an asset and a valued member of your country; one who is worth investing in; who can return that investment tenfold within your lifetime. Ultimately, it means that you would be an ambassador for Nigeria, and you would be able to proudly go around this world and say: ‘I am a citizen of Nigeria,” he added.
According to the former president, his administration decided to invest in people because “if we did not invest in our people, then we will not be ready to manage.
“Our money, he said, must go towards providing education for all, because we know that once our citizens are educated, they have futures.
“Those futures lead to safer cities, stable economies, and more businesses. When a young person does not have access to education, their future is jeopardised and statistics show that they may be prone to antisocial and criminal activities.”
He said: “I am proud of the fact that my administration established a federal university in every one of the 12 states that did not previously have them. Now, for the first time in our country’s history, every state has a university established by the Federal Government. Despite it not being the responsibility of the Federal Government to develop primary and secondary schools, we built hundreds of these schools across Nigeria.
“Yet we need to build on these achievements by changing our mindset to investing in the resources above the ground, rather than below the ground. Once we invest in our citizens, it will be our time to confidently enter the international stage.”
On the issue of same-sex law, which he said was one area in which some members of the international community disagreed with him, the former president said he signed it into law because the bill was put forward in the context of polls that showed 98 per cent of Nigerians did not think same sex marriage should be accepted by the society.
“This was the highest percentage of any country surveyed. The bill was passed by 100 per cent of my country’s National Assembly.
“Therefore, as a democratic leader with deep respect for the rule of law, I had to put my seal of approval on it,” he added.

UNILORIN removes HoD for allegedly wooing student

A lecturer at the Department of English, University of  Ilorin, Dr Mohammed Idiagbon, has been removed as the head of the department for allegedly wooing one of the students of the institution.
Sources at the university told our correspondent on Monday that Idiagbon was removed as the HoD after it became public knowledge that he allegedly intimidated and wooed the unnamed student.
They stated that the lecturer had invited the student to his office and allegedly proposed romantic friendship with her.
One of the sources said the unnamed student recorded the conversation between her and the lecturer.
He said, “However, the lecturer did not rape the student, but only tried to intimidate her to become his lover.”
Another source said when the matter was reported to the authorities of the institution, a panel was set up to investigate the matter and the lecturer was queried.
She added that the lecturer was removed as the HoD to avoid interference while investigations continued.
According to her, the lecturer knowing the implication of his alleged action, resigned his appointment from the university.
She said, “The lecturer invited a student to his office. He wanted to date the student.  It was not a case of rape.
“The student recorded the discussion and when the matter reached the authorities, the lecturer was removed as the HoD of English Department. He has even resigned from the university.”
The Deputy Director, Corporate Affairs, Mr. Kunle Akogun, told our correspondent on the telephone that the university had zero tolerance for amorous relationship and misconduct between lecturers and students.
He explained that after the case was reported at the Students Affairs Department, it was referred to the appropriate authorities in the institution.
He said, “The lecturer was queried and removed as the Head of English Department, and invited before  a disciplinary panel.
“The lecturer, however, resigned his appointment with the university and did not appear before the panel.”
He stated that in spite of Idiagbon’s resignation, the report of the panel was still being awaited.
Efforts by our correspondent to get Idiagbon’s response to the allegations proved abortive as his telephone rang out.
Our correspondent sent a text message to the line but had yet to be replied to as of press time.

Court jails teenager over Facebook posts June 7, 2016

A Malaysian teenager was sentenced to one year in jail on Tuesday over Facebook posts which insulted the royal family in a Southern state, the Deputy Public Prosecutor said.
Muhammad Shakri, 19, pleaded guilty to a 14 counts of insulting the Johor royal family on his Facebook page between March and April, before he was sentenced by Johor Bahru Sessions’s court.
The teenager was charged under the country’s multimedia law that forbids posting online content that annoys abuses, threatens, or harasses others, according the DPP, Azizah Mohamad.
The law carries a maximum penalty of up to one year imprisonment and/or a fine of up to 12,500 dollars.