9 Jun 2016

Man asks public for help with finding his pants he lost during drunken night out with friends

A man of Canada, issued a public appeal after losing his pants during a drunken night out with friends.

Andy Gaudry said that he was visiting his grandmother, who lives in Halifax, for her 80th birthday.


Popular On-air-personality, Toke Makinwa, seems not to be getting her brand on track considering the recent challenges she has been facing with some fans.
The OAP since going through marital challenges and of recent her divorce paper with fitness coach, Maje Ayida, fans do not seems to be enjoying her personality anymore.


Nollywood actress, Ronke Odusanya, has been having a good time in the US after she took some time off her set life but she is back to the country and warming up to hit location again.
Scripts are never scarce for a lady of her class with good script delivery which is why she keeps loving her job. Before the she returned to the country, she had gone to try her hands on shooting but ran away.


Some time ago, it was a challenging period for Nigerians residing in South Africa, when there lives where threatened by South Africans.
Many Nigerians and other African countries lost their lives and valuables to the violent attacks of South Africans.

Meet Kayode, Britain’s ‘biggest ever educational fraud’

A UK based Nigerian accountant, Samuel Kayode, 60, allegedly stole more than £4million from a top chain of educational institutions to pay for two wives, a choice range of properties, luxury cars and designer clothes.

Illegal immigrants 'used loophole to create sham marriages' for the right to live in Britain

Illegal immigrants used a 'loophole' to bypass a government crackdown on sham marriages and pay cash to wed European women with the right to live in Britain, a court heard today.

Avoid Divorce By Doing These Things

Not all marriages crash. Some remain intact and share lovey-dovey moments together.
Laurie Idahosa is  married to FEB, the first son of late Archbishop Idahosa. Their 14th wedding anniversary comes up in October and she shares a sneak peek into some of the things that she and her  husband enjoy doing together. 

Charly Boy shares adorable photos of his 95 year old mother

Charly Boy shared these really adorable photo of Mrs Oputa, his 95 year old mother.

He calls her his 'funky' mama and we can see the palpable love between them. See more photos below

I Lost Pregnancies, Had Miscarriages, Lost Babies But…—Lola Kassim

A stylish lady with a clothing store in Ibadan, Lola Kassim had every cause to be joyful. Yesterday, June 8, she had a baby in Texas, US and from the delivery room, she started singing. Wondering why? She gave her brief testimony which she shared on Instagram recently:

McGhees Sextuplets Who Arrived 10 Years After Marriage Are Now Six Years Old

Mia and Rozonno McGhee were married for 10 years and suffered several failed pregnancies before they were able to become parents. They are the first couple in Columbus, Ohio to have sextuplets in 2010.

Now It's Bye To TeeBillz As Tiwa Savage Gets The Big Bite

Its obvious Tiwa is done with marriage to Teebillz. Too obvious. Since she was able to sail through the storm that generated after the April

“I Am Alive” Babangida Plays Down Rumors Of His Death

Ibrahim Babangida (IBB) Hospitalized in Germany 1
Former Nigerian Head of States, Ibrahim Babaginda, has come out to play down rumors of his death flying all around.
This rumors came up after IBB failed to return to the country after a medical trip to Germany earlier than expected.

Christian pupils should wear robes too | Fresh crisis brews in Osun schools over hijab

The Christian Association of Nigeria has threatened  to  direct Christian pupils to wear choir robes and other church garments to public schools in Osun State should the state government implements the court judgment on hijab.

Justice Jide Oyelola had last Friday ruled that Muslim female pupils in all public schools should be allowed to wear hijab to schools without any harassment or molestation.

Horror! See boy’s Pen.!s torn off after sitting on escalator (photos)

A three-year-old boy’s genitals were crushed after he sat down on a moving escalator and his pants got tangled in the metal stairs.
The tip of his Pen.!s was ripped off and the screaming boy was trapped for half an hour while emergency crews dismantled the escalator to rescue him.
A three-year-old boy’s genitals were crushed after he sat down on a moving escalator and his pants got tangled

Ooni Of Ife & His Wife Cause A Scene At Lagos Airport On Their Way To The US (Pics)

Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II and his queen Olori Wuraola Ogunwusi were pictured at Murtala Muhammed International Airport on their way to USA for an event to unite Africans especially the Yorubas in the North American country.

See The Secrets For Women To Satisfy Their Man With Sex

Sweet marital s*x is always an enjoyable experience...
Do not allow your acts make your Husband sleep around outside; he should only sleep around You! Never allow his secretary or any other lady take your position.

Give him enough S*X! Dress seduc-tively for your husband. If you are alone in the house put on skimpy dresses, s*xy under wears; dress to 'kill' him at home before another lady 'kill' him outside.

PHOTOS: Davido's Babymama Sophia shows off In Hot Pants

Sophia Momodu, who's the mother of Davido's daughter is celebrating her birthday today and, to mark her day, she decided to tease you guys with some tantalizing thinz. See another photo...

Exposed! Nigerian university taken over by gamblers and prostitutes (photos)

FUTO 9When Professor Chigozie Asiabaka the Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) cried out over the alarming growth of gambling by students of the institution, little did he know that the situation was way beyond what he had thought.
Little did the VC know that it was not only gambling that was taking the place of qualitative education at the University; he knew very little of the decadence which had eaten deep into the system in and around FUTO. Naij.com launched an investigation into what is going on within FUTO and around its environs, and what was discovered is beyond troubling.

For those who know FUTO some few years back, it was a citadel that bred only geniuses. Academics extolled above every other activity. It used be seen as somewhat boring due to the lack of interest on the part of students and staff to partake in extra-curricular activities like the regular Nigerian higher institutions. A school with great lecturers like the renowned physicist, Professor Ama Nduka, was not one where any Tom, Dick and Harry would thrive. It was a place of excellent research, a place where knowledge was readily sought after.

The serpent entered the garden FUTO used to be known as a core science and technology school with engineering as its pride. Back in the days, it used to seem like an only boys college, with the ratio of boys to girls in the institution reaching an all time high of about 20males to 1female.  Regardless of the presence of females in the school, people still looked at it as a place for boys and men. This was because even the girls in the university were as strong and sometimes stronger than men both physically and intellectual wise. However, like all things, change came. New departments and faculties were instituted and many blame this innovation for the decline in academic quality in FUTO.  They argue that the new departments are not core science oriented  and do not match the standards that were already in existence. Some argue that it is the emergence of these new departments that saw to the massive influx of females into FUTO; hence they opine that at this point, FUTO became lax. Now this piece has not in any way been written in support of the school of thought that women are the cause of men’s woes, but just to give an insight into the journey of FUTO so far. The strangers that crept in With the number of students tripling, and ladies equaling and almost surpassing the population of guys at the institution, investors began to see more ways to make a fortune in and around FUTO. It all began with investments in housing. Knowing that the houses in the villages around FUTO would not suffice nor suit the taste of the new generation of students, many began to invest in real estate; building houses along FUTO road in Eziobodo and parts of Ihiagwa and Umuchima, which are the villages around the institution. FUTO sits at the centre of them all. As the years went by, house rents continued to skyrocket very outrageously, and the students kept on paying, some through their noses. Having explored the housing business, investors cashed-in on the fact that FUTO has lost its fervor for academics and intellectualism, hence investments in entertainment was next.
In a very short time, club houses began to spring up, eateries of various sorts and hotels started to emerge and are still emerging. One would have thought these to be development, but when the aim is to get the students who are supposed to be focused in school, then the story changes. One thing they say leads to the other, it was the success recorded with these new ventures that led businessmen to look for more ways to milk the students of FUTO and this time to further derail them from their studies. Gambling and sex hawking in the FUTO community The vast majority of students within FUTO come from Lagos, Port Harcourt and many other major cities of the country; an exposure to the wild life of the city cannot be ruled out. Knowing this, some businessmen tried to recreate an environment for the students, one which looks like what they know. Gambling is about the third fastest growing business in Nigeria, thriving virtually in all parts of the nation. Investors saw that there was a demand within the FUTO community, so they made supply; building bet houses, and making a great deal of profit from the business. Lectures have complained endlessly of how the indulging in the act of gambling is having a negative impact on the performance of students in FUTO. Some lecturers who pleaded anonymity, noted that grades within the institution were fast dropping, with the students getting more involved in exam malpractice. They lament that many FUTO students have shunned the pursuit for excellence in their bid to acquire easy wealth to aid them keep up with the trending lifestyle in FUTO these days. As with the way vices go, one doesn’t go without the other, so prostitution followed where gambling went. There used to be whore houses back in the days, but they were situated far off in town where most students could not locate, even if they tried. Then, one had to really be desperate, as to go on such quest, and will only be lucky to find such comfort homes with the help of a local. However, it is not so now, virtually every village encamped around FUTO has two brothels. Investigations have shown that there are two whorehouses in Ihiagwa, two in Eziobodo, one major brothel in Umuchima and about three others along Obinze; all close to the dwelling places of FUTO students. Further investigations reveal that FUTO students patronize these brothels night after night, it is even more troubling to note that the prostitutes also live within the hostels were students dwell. The stay home while some of the students go for lectures and come out at night for business. Some students are said to patronize them at the hostels were they dwell for as low as N500. Whats follows next Fears have been raised that FUTO is almost at that point when it would not be a force to reckon with in terms of educational qualities. There are incidents which have occurred in recent times which lend voice to the fears. Only recently there was a protest in FUTO, students marched in protest against several attempts of rape within the institution. A development which in the past would not be linked to FUTO. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Demonstration against rape in FUTO READ ALSO: Read what chairlady of prostitutes did to some teenage girls in Calabar Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Students protest rape attempts at the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO). Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Female students protest against rape attempts at hostel C in FUTO FUTO is not known for cult violence and violent activities due to cultism, however, with the way things are fast getting out of hand, one fears that cultism may take centre stage at the institution, that is if it has not yet taken over already. There tends to be little or nothing that can be done to stop the ventures that springing up within the FUTO community. This is because, betting when of the right age, is not illegal in Nigeria. Prostitution on the other hand is frowned at in some quarters, but has the backing of some very powerful cabals. Though not legalized in Nigeria, still the business continues to thrive because some persons in authority will not see it go. Hence, the honours is on the parents to take a deeper look into the affairs of their young ones in the higher institution. It is ok to say government and school authorities should look into the issues within and around the FUTO community, but as Nigerians we must be realistic. There are so many other problems even way little than this which are yet to be looked into, talk more of being resolved; its high time we helped our selves. READ ALSO: See the shocking thing that was done to Nigerian prostitutes in Russia recently (videos) It is time for parents and guardians to get more involved in the affairs of their children and wards, so one does not regret spending so much and getting nothing in return. It takes so much to train children in a university like FUTO with the current economic situation of the country. Let it be known that FUTO still remains highly rated in Nigeria, producing some of the best students who are easily drafted into the various organizations, thus, all hope is not lost for that student seeking to get knowledge and proper education. Its all a matter of choice, man-a-successful men and women have passed through FUTO  and have wonderful tales to tell afterwards. One can only wish there are less distractions for the Nigerian students at FUTO, however, here are some tips that graduates from FUTO say works. Alumni of FUTO say that up-school jacking and staying in the hostels on campus are a student’s best bet, especially for the first three years of study. If only the government will be kind enough to make the hostels more comfortable for the students. To the current students of FUTO, like Robert Frost, it doesn’t hurt to follow the path less trodden. One can swim against the tides of the age, one doesn’t have to follow the crowd; dare to be different. 

Ekiti workers in trouble

File photo of protesting workers
Owed several months, Ekiti workers are faced with the refusal of banks to grant them loans henceforth 

– The banks have complained that previous beneficiaries have not been able to pay back since they depend on government for salaries 

– A source says Ekiti is not the only  affected state as other states owing their workers could also face similar challenge Banks in Ekiti state have stopped giving out loans to workers following the inability of previous beneficiaries to meet the payment plan. 

 File photo of protesting workers Most of the beneficiaries are workers who are being owed salaries for various months by the Governor Ayodele Fayose administration. The commercial banks have therefore decided to place an embargo on lending to them, according to a report by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) which quoted bank sources in Ado Ekiti. The report said the granting of loans to workers was stopped more than two months ago adding that “the banks took the decision when it became apparent that those with old loans could no longer fulfill their monthly repayment obligations to their banks.” 
 Banks harass lawmakers over unpaid loans NAN said further investigation revealed that some of the banks have been finding it difficult to cope with the situation, hence their decision to adopt the strategy. It also quoted some of the affected civil servants, who did not want to be named, as confirming the development. The affected workers said their applications to banks for top-up loans were declined while fresh applications were left unattended to. 

 The Ecological funds of corruption and misuse The report further quoted a staff of one of the first generation banks as saying that the embargo was from their corporate headquarters and that the decision did not target Ekiti alone but other states with records of backlog of unpaid salaries. 

Only federal workers, private individuals, traders, businessmen, contractors as well as artisans with records of fidelity are currently qualified to obtain loans, the report said. It has been reported that the banks too are heavily indebted. The federal government on Monday, May 30, made fresh moves to recover loans granted to some of these commercial banks and other financial organisations in the country.

OGA OO: Judge handling Saraki, Ekweremadu dies

Justice Evoh Chukwu, a judge of the federal high court, Abuja, has dead.
Justice Chukwu was the judge presiding over the alleged forgery case against Senate President Bukola Saraki and Ike Ekweremadu, deputy senate president, before his death.
According to a statement issued by Emmanuel Gako, the court’s chief registrar, Justice Chukwu died after a brief illness.
The statement said the court has declared Thursday a work free day in honour of the departed judge.
It added that all court registrars had been directed to adjourn cases that were initially slated for hearing on Thursday to ensure total compliance.
The deceased was also handling the trial of Murtala Nyako, former governor of Adamawa state, over allegations of abuse of office and economic crimes by leveled against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The case was recently re-assigned to the deceased judge by Ibrahim Auta, chief judge of the court, justice.
This followed the declining of Adeniyi Ademola, a justice, to give judgment in the matter following an allegation of bias raised by the Ekweremadu.
Chukwu was born on August 24, 1964 in Afikpo north local government area (LGA) of Ebonyi state and was appointed a judge of the court on January 23, 2008.

Who killed Aishat?

…Confusion trails death of mother of 3 in Libya
  • Our daughter was murdered by human traffickers –Family
  • No, she died after abortion –Suspect 
FOR the entire family of Jibril Ahwesu of Ijanikin in Oto Awori Local Council Development Area of Lagos State, these are trying times.

Medical laboratory science council CEO killed in Abuja

Tragedy struck on Wednesday at the apartment of the acting Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria, Mrs. Olufunke Omotuyi, when unidentified persons stabbed her to death.
PUNCH Metro learnt that the MLSCN boss was stabbed in the neck and in the chest by the assailants at about 4am on Wednesday.
It was learnt that Omotuyi, who was due for retirement from the council in two months, was attacked and killed in her  residence in the Apo area of Abuja.
Our correspondent gathered that the killing was reported at the Durumi Police Division and at the Zone 7 Police Command in Abuja.
The National Public Relations Officer of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria, Adeyeye Tam, who confirmed the death to our correspondent, said the MLSCN boss was preparing to attend an international summit.
He said, “It is confirmed that the acting Registrar and CEO of the MLSCN, Mrs. Olufunke Omotuyi, was killed in the early hours of Wednesday at her residence in Abuja.
“It is shocking. I am on my way to her apartment. I cannot say much about it now.”
A worker with the MLSCN, Abuja, who spoke with PUNCH Metro on condition of anonymity, said Omotuyi lived alone in the apartment.
She said, “The news has thrown all Nigerian medical laboratory scientists into mourning. The CEO was stabbed in the neck and in the chest. She was in her 60s because she was supposed to retire in two months’ time. She did not live in the apartment with her children and her husband. Her husband is a senior pastor in an Anglican church in Lagos.”
Another official with the MLSCN, who identified himself only as Wale, said, “I was supposed to go to her place for some official accreditation. But it was cancelled because she was attacked. When I got to the MLSCN headquarters, it was confirmed that she was not only attacked, she had also been stabbed to death.  I have not been to her apartment, but the corpse has been deposited in a morgue.
“The Area Commander, an Assistant Commissioner of Police and a Deputy Commissioner of Police came to our office today to verify the report and it was confirmed to them. They have taken over the investigation.”
Our correspodnent learnt that an autopsy had also been conducted on the deceased.
The FCT Police Command Public Relations Officer, Anjuguri Manzah, promised to get back to our correspondent with details of the incident.
He, however, had yet to do so as of press time.

14 things you didn’t know about Stephen Keshi

  1. His full name was Stephen Okechukwu Chinedu Keshi.
  1. He was born on January 23, 1962.
  1. He hails from Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State.

Woman docked for alleged cocaine peddling

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), yesterday arraigned a 35-year-old woman, Dorothy Ifeyinwa, in a Lagos Federal High Court for allegedly trafficking 1.72kg of cocaine.
Ifeyinwa pleaded not guilty.
Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo granted her N1million bail with two sureties in the like sum, following an application brought by her counsel Mr Ifeanyi Okenyi.
The judge said one of the sureties must be an officer not below Grade Level 15 and must depose to an affidavit of means.
She added that the sureties must be resident within the court’s jurisdiction.
The prosecutor, Mr Abu Ibrahim, alleged that the accused committed the offence on April 11 at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Ikeja, Lagos.
He said during the outward clearance of an Emirates Airline flight from Dubai, 1.72kg of cocaine was discovered in the possession of the accused.
The prosecutor said the accused was arrested and handed to the NDLEA for prosecution.
Drug trafficking contravenes Section 11 (b) of the NDLEA Act, Cap N30 Laws of the Federation, 2004.

Shut Up & Resolve Ekiti’s problems – PDP group tells Fayose

Resolve Ekiti’s problems – PDP group tells Fayose
A group within the Peoples Democratic Party, Concerned Stakeholders, has advised Governor Ayodele Fayose to focus on finding solutions to the unpaid salaries in Ekiti State rather than criticise the policies of the Federal Government.
The group, while reacting to Fayose’s recent criticisms of the Federal Government, said the governor was only seeking political relevance.
It said that Fayose continued to comment on national issues while the self-inflicted crisis in his state needed attention.
The group, in a statement signed by Prof. Tayo Akinyemi, on Wednesday, said Fayose should be proactive in resolving the state’s inability to pay workers’ salaries.
It said, “Fayose should adopt result-oriented negotiation skills and resolve his internal governance issues before considering what President Buhari has done right or wrong. Ekiti is only one of 36 states. If all the 36 states have to monitor the President’s steps, there would be commotion in the country. The governor must concentrate on governance with best practices in his state.
“President Buhari, according to our investigations, was pressurised by international organisations and well-meaning groups to adopt dialogue in handling the militancy in the Niger Delta, as it is done in the developed countries.
“As a listening President, who is ready to try other democratic options, Buhari yielded to this piece of advice in line with international practice. Buhari’s decision, therefore, has nothing whatsoever to do with Fayose’s statement.
“Fayose has no relevance in national issues and will be best advised to look for another way to achieve his political aspirations.”

OMG: Fathia Balogun Goes Bald...

The actress is presently in Akure on a set of a new movie where she is expected to go bald. According to her, she didn’t hesitate because as a good actor, there should be no limitation. More photos....

Buhari Forwards List Of 47 Ambassadors To Senate

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday forwarded names of 47 ambassadors to Senate for confirmation.

The letter which was read by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki during plenary is coming after one year in office of the current administration.

Some of the names of “the career diplomats” who will head Nigeria’s missions abroad when confirmed by the senate ‎ are Obinna Chukwuemeka, Okeke Vivian, Ngozi Okeje, Bello Kazaure, Garba Baba, Umar Salisu, Kadiri Ayinla Audu, Ibrahim Isa, Bankole Adeoye, Ibrahim Hamza, KC Nwachukwu, Olufemi Abekoye, Adekunbi Abibat, Salisu Umoru, Liman Munir, Mohammed Hassan Hassan, Olatunde Adesesan, Usman Bakure, Balogun Akeem and Kabiru Bala.