17 Jun 2016

LOBATAN: Seyi Kolade Confessed. “I have sle.pt with over 370 Men”

Seyi Kolade Confessed. “I have sle.pt with over 370 Men”
Approaching a man at a bar, Seyi Kolade had only one thing on her mind as she chatted with the stranger – sèx. Within hours the pair were in bed together and she was delighted at how her evening had panned out.

Spiritual Uses of Basil Leaf Herb


Yoruba actress, Toyin Aimakhu, has been on a serious weight loss journey for some time now and she is not slowing down at it one bit.
Despite the fact that she has now gotten a nicely trimmed shape, she does not want to let go the slimming process as she has decided to explain why she can’t stop.


Pretty Yoruba actress, Dayo Amusa, has been in the news lately after she tried to stand up for the Kosoko families but she was not spared by controversial social critique, Kemi Omololu, who gave a brief insight of the actress way of life.
Maligned by the various accusations leveled against her, the actress has chosen to remain silent while watching the turnout of things as her name keeps trending on the lips of many.


Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus and Daniel Ademinokan, are having are nice time together as they head for a concert in Orlando, USA.
Stella, who seems to have pushed acting aside has been enjoying her musical career which is also being managed by her lover, Daniel.


OAP Freeze has reacted to the trending Twitter conversation created by critics demanding that the President show his ‘Certificate’.
“Nigerians are busy hounding him for a certificate. If you guys don’t mind, he can come and have mine,” the award-winning media personality said, adding, “I will even add my UI BSC in Sociology as I have never needed the certificate.”


Lots of eulogies have been coming in from all angles for late music producer and singer, OJB Jezreel, who passed on in the early hours of Tuesday, June14, 2016.
Not many tend to have liked the singer especially with the fact that he made public his health challenges some years in need of help but was ridiculed in some quarters.


After a brief controversy about the burial plans of Late Stephen Keshi. His children who returned to Nigeria few days ago have finally fixed a date for their late father's burial. The poster is already online as they tidy up all plans to give the late sportsman a befitting burial.


General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye was recently captured by the lens of ace photographer, TY Bello and she is still gushing at the chance of photographing the popular man of God.

She just posted two finished portraits and has something to say about her experience with the Man of God.


Few hours ago, one Chizoba Maduegbunam, a 17-year-old girl, Chizoba Maduegbunam, was arrested by the Lagos State Police Command for allegedly abducting a little child in the Oto-Awori area of the State.
The suspect was nabbed by community members on Thursday while attempting to abduct the child and handed over to the police.


She has been described as one of the most fashionable and talented Yoruba actress in the Nollywood industry and Mercy Aigbe never fails to deliver with her ever lovely outfits.
Today, Friday, June 16, the sexy mother of two stepped out in an Olive pair of trousers and a white body-hug top.

Nine die in Lagos crash, mob burns truck

Tragedy struck at the University of Lagos Waterfront end of the Third Mainland Bridge, Lagos State, on Wednesday after a Mazda bus with number plate, AKD 292 XL, rammed into a stationary truck.
No fewer than nine people, including the bus driver, reportedly died on the spot.

Popular musician collapses on stage while performing (photos/video)

aRock singer Meat Loaf collapsed on stage during a concert in Edmonton, Canada on Thursday night, falling to the floor during his hit I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That). In footage posted online by a concert attendee members of Meat Loaf’s band and security can be seen rushing to his side. Police and ambulance services later arrived at the venue

Buhari extends stay in London, returns Sunday

President Muhammadu Buhari will not return to Nigeria from London, where he is spending his 10-day medical vacation, until Sunday.
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo disclosed this to State House correspondents on Thursday shortly before the commencement of a meeting of the National Economic Council at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Sex scandal: US govt cancels three Reps’ visas, Dogara orders probe

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr. Yakubu Dogara, on Thursday, directed the investigation of three members of the House for an alleged sex scandal.
The Chairman, House Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Mr. Abdulrazak Namdas, confirmed this in Abuja just as investigations had shown that the United States Embassy had cancelled the visas of the affected members.
Namdas explained that the leadership of the House decided to investigate the alleged sex scandal following a formal complaint made by the US Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. James Entwistle.
He said, “We are in receipt of a letter from the US Ambassador, alleging misconduct by some members of the National Assembly, who attended training in the United States of America.
“The leadership of the House has commenced its own part of the investigation. When it is concluded, we will brief Nigerians further on this issue.”
Namdas, however, declined questions on how the investigation would be conducted.
“When we say we will conduct an investigation, we will conduct it and there will be a report,” Namdas stated.
The development came as the US formally cancelled its visas from the three lawmakers, an indication that they had been barred from future trips to the United States.
However, investigations by The PUNCH showed that the speaker came under pressure from many lawmakers, who felt that the matter could tarnish the image of the National Assembly if it was not attended to.
The affected members – Mr. Mohammed Garba-Gololo (Bauchi State); Mr. Terse Gbillah (Benue State), and Mr. Samuel Ikon (Cross River State) – allegedly committed the act during a recent trip to the US to participate in the International Visitor Leadership Programme on Good Governance organised by the US Government.
The three legislators were members of a team of 10 lawmakers nominated to attend the leadership programme, which took place in Cleveland, Ohio, between April 7 and 13 this year.
Entwistle, in his June 9 letter to Dogara, stated, “It is with regret that I must bring to your attention the following situation.
“Ten members of the Nigerian National Assembly recently travelled to Cleveland, Ohio, as participants in the International Visitor Leadership Programme on good governance.
“We received troubling allegations regarding the behaviour of three members of the delegation to the US Government’s flagship professional exchange programme.
“The US Department of State and the Cleveland Council on World Affairs received reports from employees of the Cleveland hotel, where the representatives stayed, alleging that the representatives engaged in the following behaviour:
“Mohammed Garba Gololo allegedly grabbed a housekeeper in his hotel room and solicited her for sex. While the housekeeper reported this to her management, this incident could have involved local law enforcement and resulted in legal consequences for Representative Gololo.
“Mark Terseer Gbillah and Samuel Ikon allegedly requested that hotel parking attendants assist them to solicit prostitutes.”
Finding showed that the lawmakers dismissed the allegation as “baseless and untrue” when Dogara first sought their explanations.
However, he was said to have come under pressure from members, who insisted on a thorough investigation, considering the fact that the Ambassador committed it to writing.
A National Assembly source stated, “The speaker came under pressure because many members are not satisfied with the responses of the affected persons.
Another source stated, “Of course, the members have threatened legal actions and have requested video evidence from the US Ambassador since the housekeeper was said to have identified Garba-Gololo in a group photograph.
“Members felt that the House should thoroughly investigate the allegation to establish the correct position. The 8th Assembly passed a Code of Conduct to members of the House in 2015.
“This is one of the test cases and it is important that we clear this issue.”
Some of the members, who participated in the programme were Chairman, House Committee on the Diaspora Affairs, Mrs. Rita Orji; Deputy Chairman, House Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Mr. Gaza Jonathan; Mrs. Ayo Omidiran; Mr. Danburam Abubakar; and Mr. Nkole Ndukwe.
US cancels Reps’ visa
The US embassy, it was learnt, had written the three members cancelling their visas to the US.
One of the lawmakers, Gbillah, wrote Entwistle on Thursday (yesterday), accusing the US of not giving the three members fair hearing.
Gbillah also expressed surprise in his letter that within hours of bringing the matter to the attention of the House, the US Government had gone ahead to cancel the visas of the lawmakers.
He threatened to immediately institute legal actions against the US Government, the Ambassador and the Marriot Hotel Brand, among others for damages.
Part of Gbillah’s letter, which was dated June 16, read, “Without conclusive evidence of any sort or contact with any of the accused individuals, the US State Department and US Embassy in Nigeria have less than six days after your letter to the Speaker, gone ahead to revoke the US visas of the accused individuals based on hearsay from the employees of the hotel in Cleveland.
“Affected individuals received correspondence from the US Embassy on Wednesday, June 15, 2016, indicating the denial of their US visas and requesting that they bring their passports with the current US visa to the Embassy.”
The letter was copied to Dogara, the US Secretary of State, Nigeria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Cleveland Council of World Affairs, and the President and Chief Executive Officer, Marriott International.
On his part, Ikon claimed that the allegation levelled against him was not only untrue but also a case of mistaken identity.
He stated, “My attention has been drawn to the publication, alleging an act of impropriety against me by the US Mission in Nigeria.
“I wish to state unequivocally that this is false and definitely not me.
“This, to me, is a case of mistaken identity and I have already instituted measures both legally and diplomatically to clear my name and the institution I represent.
The US Mission in Nigeria refused to comment on Entwistle’s letter on Thursday.
“We do not comment on private diplomatic correspondence.  Thank you very much for your inquiry,” the Mission’s Press Attaché, Sean McIntosh, said in an email.

Big Brother housemates have steamy hot sex on live TV again (photos)

Big Brother housemates Marco Pierre White Jnr and Laura Carter, who have already had sex in the house, are at it again. Yesterday, June 16, they showered together and had a steamy make out session in a hot tub. Laura is 30 while Marco, 21 years old. Although Laura thinks Marco might have lied to her about being in an open relationship just to have sex with her, but that didn’t stop her from doing it again.

See photos below: Big Brother 02Big brother 01Big Brother 04
Big brother 03
Chei! The world is gradually coming to an end.

EFCC goes after APC governor barely a year in office, grills former customs boss

Governor Samuel OrtomGovernor Samuel Ortom of Benue state is reportedly under EFCC investigation over an alleged diversion of state fund – The governor is alleged to have been involved in the transfer of the state’s cash amounting to N4.29 billion from banks to unknown recipients – Some persons close to the government are already being investigated in relation to the cash transfers 

– The former comptroller general of the Nigeria Customs Service, Alhaji Abdullahi Inde Dikko, was also arrested by the EFCC over alleged fraud The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has beamed its searchlight on Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue state barely a year in office, over an alleged transfer of the state’s cash amounting to N4.29 billion from banks to unknown recipients.

 A top official of the commission said the anti-graft agency received two petitions against the governor and some top officials of his administration, Vanguard reports. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Governor Samuel Ortom Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has come under the searchlight of the EFCC The source said though the governor is covered by immunity while in office, an investigation into the matter has already commenced and some persons close to the government are being investigated in relation to the cash transfers.

 He said: “I can confirm to you that the commission has received petitions against Governor Ortom and other dramatis personae over alleged diversion and other financial infractions. We have also commenced investigation into the veracity of the petitions. And I can also tell you that the commission will soon take necessary action on the matter.” READ ALSO: EFCC arrests former Adamawa governor Some of those named in the petitions as arrowheads of the scam are said to be members of the state House of Assembly and the National Assembly. According to EFCC official, only those not covered by immunity were being interrogated in connection with the cash movement. In reaction, the governor’s chief press secretary, Terver Akase, said the report was not only false but also a demonstration of mischief and ignorance by the authors of the petitions. Meanwhile, the Alhaji Abdullahi Inde Dikko, the immediate past comptroller general of the Nigeria Customs Service was arrested by the EFCC over alleged fraud and abuse of office. Dikko was arrested in connection with N40billion, which he allegedly pocketed while in office. He was said to have arrived at the head office of the commission in Abuja around 10am and was taken into the commission’s facility for interrogation. The former Customs boss has been on the radar of the anti-graft agency for the past one year. READ ALSO: Arms deal: I told EFCC what I remembered – Witness A source disclosed that the N40billion accrued from the seven per cent cost of collection of Customs revenue and another one per cent Comprehensive Import Supervision Scheme, which generated billions of Naira in revenue, but was largely diverted. Dikko is also being interrogated over the N2billion, which he used in building what the commission described as a ‘palatial mansion’ located at 1, Audu Ogbe Street, Jabi, Abuja. The anti-graft agency may likely charge him to court for criminal conspiracy, theft, abuse of public office and diversion of public funds, among others. Dikko was the comptroller general of Nigerian Customs Service from August 2009 to August 2015. In January, EFCC operatives raided his residence in Abuja. Two week ago, report surfaced that Dikko confessed to acquiring properties worth $50m in Dubai and also acknowledge ownership of an apartment in Abuja and expensive farm in his native Katsina state.