1 Jul 2017

Wow! See the seven wives of Alaafin of Oyo, Adeyemi

Its rare to see him and all wives together at an event.... Alaafin of Oyo, His Imperial Majesty Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III stepped out recently with seven of his wives to a social function in the state


Update! Tonto Dikeh breaks down and cries during the #1in3africa campaign walk against domestic violence

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A walk was organized in Lagos on Friday by Queen Wuraola Ogunwusi for the #1in3Africa Campaign - an initiative set up to spread awareness to end domestic violence and sexual abuse against women across the continent. 

Actress Tonto Dikeh was present with some of her industry colleagues during the walk and she had an emotional breakdown along the way.

The shocking cancer effects of Skin Bleaching on my hands says Abike Commotion

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Ivory Coast banned lightening creams by law why not in the GAMBIA
The shocking number of women in The Gambia now is bleaching their skin. Why do they want does that? Is fairer skin really more appealing than beautiful black skin?


The head of Wizard and a blood sucker Infinity is selling the Ankara.
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...Be observant! The Pentagram Five-pointed Star pointing down is used in occult rituals to direct forces or energies. Often represents satanism, the horned god or various expressions of contemporary occultism, especially when a goat-head is superimposed on the inverted pentagram within a "sacred" circle. 

Notorious kidnapper, Evans' lawyer reveals why he is defending him

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Lagos lawyer, Olukoya Ogungbeje, has justified his decision to defend suspected billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, a.k.a. Evans, in court.

Ogungbeje has come under public criticisms for accepting the brief to seek freedom for Evans from police detention, or have him charged to court, weeks after his arrest. Nigerians had taken to the media to condemn the move, saying, the notorious criminal suspect who confessed to denying his victims their freedom did not deserve mercy considering the atrocities he reportedly committed with his gang members.

But, speaking with Saturday Sun yesterday, Ogungbeje, accused a section of the media, as well as many Nigerians of being ignorant of the law.

Citing a judgment delivered by Lord Denning, regarded as the most famous and influential judicial figure of the last century, he noted that it was settled in law that “no matter the bases of the complaints of the cause of your crime, no matter how unpopular is the cause of your crime, no matter how bad is the cause of your crime, the legal practitioner has a duty to take up the cause, if he’s properly briefed and provided that person represents his client within the bounds of law.”

He added: “That is my answer to your question. So, no matter the public opinion, I have the responsibility to take up the matter. We were properly briefed. So, our action is based on law. And we want to represent our client within the bounds of law, within the confines of law. So, if you for instance, you’re a journalist, if you brief me… you don’t want me to take up your cause, because people are saying negative things about you, or because people have condemned you and found you guilty before the media, that I should not take up your case?

“Look, let me tell you right away. We were briefed two weeks ago. And I told them to give me two weeks to think, whether I would take up the brief or not. I did my consultations. We consulted even journalists, you can go and make enquiries. I consulted my people. I consulted senior lawyers. So, have I done what is wrong by taking the cause of my clients? Forget what people say in the court of public of opinion.

Singer Waje - I Used To Be A Chin Chin Seller

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Talking about her grass to grace story, waje had a chat with Saturday Beats where she spoke about how she hustled as a chin chin seller and also explained her first ever reward for music was N500. Hear her;

“I don’t like cooking but I love to bake and I did that for a while with my friend Ijeoma Uzodima. We used to have this chin chin company and we used to sell everything in our stock. I remember that the magistrates in Onitsha at the time used to order from us and we used to sell it in a small can for about N600. We would cut 50kg chin chin for three days and my back would be paining me. I probably would have continued with that if I was not a singer. Ijeoma who is my very good friend was actually the one who used to push me,” she said.

The sonorous songstress said that the first time she was paid for her performance, she was given N500 and it lasted her for a week. Continue...

The day she was given N300,000, she wanted to go crazy. Waje said, “When I started my career, it was someone that drew my attention that I could make money from music. I remember the first time I sang in my school in UNN, I was wearing a red dress and I sang Whitney Houston’s ‘I will always love you.’ It was just my voice and there was no instrumental, the crowd went crazy. I think after my performance, they gave me about N500. That was enough for a week in school. I remember the first time I earned N300,000, it was from Zain Mobile Telecomms. They had an end of the year party in Enugu and they asked me to come and perform. When I got the money, I went haywire. I am the first in my family, so the money really helped to stabilise a few things.”

Yoruba actress, Lola Alao - Every Single Mother Made A Wrong Choice

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Lola Alao who has a teen daughter with her ex-husband says every single mother out there made a wrong choice and they are yet to get to their final destination. Here’s a chat she had with Vanguard’

There seem to be many single mothers in the Yoruba sector of the industry, what is the reason for that? 

I think it has to do with making the wrong choice. I will say they haven’t gotten to their final destination that is why they are single mothers.

Does that apply to you too? 

Yes, I think every single mother you see made a wrong choice.

What is your relationship with the father of your child? 

I will keep saying that the father of my daughter is the best. He is kindhearted and he is a very good person. Forget whatever he might have said about me out of annoyance, we have a very good relationship.

The European Union will not increase its financial assistance to Nigeria

Michel Arrion, the European Union (EU) Ambassador to Nigeria and ECOWAS who spoke at a Lecture organised by the IBB Golf Club, with the theme “40 years of European union in Nigeria: Lessons learned and the way forward” says EU will not increase its financial assistance to Nigeria.
He said that Nigeria could not be said to be poor, as it is has enough resources to meet its developmental needs.
Then he added that despite the fact that EU is not promising further assistance, Nigeria remains a key partner of the EU in view of the role it plays in global affairs.

According to him, the Official Development Assistance  (ODA) flow in Nigeria is about 2.5 billion dollars yearly, which  correspond roughly to about 10 per cent of the federal budget (N7,3trillion  or 24 billion dollars).  This, he said has raised the question of should EU continue to give aide to Nigeria.

In his words,
'We are not offering more financial support, we are proposing more political and policy dialogue, technical assistance, capacity building, training, transfer of technology. We also proposing more advocacies for more private investments and other innovative sources of funding'.
He also said Nigeria must attract more foreign investment five times more, to reach the level of Angola or Vietnam for instance and put in place more and better Public Private Partnerships.

According to him EU in its 40 years of engagement with Nigeria has identified development priorities, funded projects to stimulate the Nigeria’s economy, reduce hunger and disease.  He said that the union had also helped to enhance institutional capacities, strengthen governance and fight insecurity in Nigeria.

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U.S Nigerian ex doctor kills 1 female Doctor, wounds 6 ex-colleagues and kills himself

Dr Henry Bello, a family physician who was fired from his job  at a Bronx hospital in 2015, hid a high powered rifle under a lab coat and had his ID with him when he walked into the hospital and started a shooting spree on  the 16th and 17th floors of the hospital, police sources say. He shot dead a female physician and seriously wounded six other doctors before setting himself on fire and shooting himself.

Dr. Bello opened fire at the Bronx Lebanon Hospital where he used to work at about 2.45pm on Friday.
Police Commissioner James O'Neill confirmed that the 45 year old died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound inside the building.
The shooter had tried to set himself on fire prior to fatally shooting himself. He staggered, bleeding, into a hallway where he collapsed and died with the rifle at his side. The body of the female victim, believed to be a doctor, was found next to him on the 17th floor. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Five of the victims were seriously injured in the shooting rampage and one victim is being treated for a gunshot wound to their leg.
Law enforcement officials say Bello was allowed to resign from the hospital in 2015 amid sexual harassment allegations.
CBS New York reported that Bello was fired two years ago for harassing an employee. He reportedly went to the hospital to find the employee before opening fire on his former colleagues.
Witness Dione Morales, who has been a patient at the hospital for 17 years, told CBS New York the shooter had threatened to kill people back when he was fired.
'He was let go because I guess they figured he was unstable. He said he was going to do this,' she said. 'He said he was going to kill people, two years ago when he was let go - two years... and now look what happened.' 

In unrelated cases, Bello had been arrested in 2004 on a charge of sexual abuse after a 23-year-old woman told police Bello grabbed her, lifted her up and carried her off, saying, 'you're coming with me.' He was arrested again in 2009 on a charge of unlawful surveillance, after two different women reported he was trying to look up their skirts with a mirror.

According to New York State Education Department records, Bello had a limited permit to practice as an international medical graduate to gain experience in order to be licensed. The permit was issued on July 1, 2014, and expired last year on the same day.
A former colleague described Bello as a problematic employee. Bello 'was very aggressive, talking loudly, threatening people. All the time he was a problem,' said Dr. David Lazala, a family medicine doctor who said he trained Bello at Bronx Lebanon. He said Bello, who worked at night as a doctor, sent him a threatening email after Bello was fired.

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