20 Jul 2017

Kemi Olunloyo Abuses Nollywood Actress, Eniola Badmus Over Her Weight

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Kemi Olunloyo has now moved her next victim of abuse to Eniola Badmus. Last year, she called Eniola Badmus out saying she is fat and might suffer health complications soon if she doesn't loose weight, and just after Eniola Badmus announced yesterday that she was a little bit under the weather, Kemi used the opportunity to throw insult at her. All she wrote after the cut...


    Ademilekan Moshood Bakery's mother found Stark naked and confused after allegedly crash landing near a church.

Oldest Nigerian woman dies at 134 years old

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She is said to be the oldest woman in Rivers state, she has just passed away, see post below...

Lobatan! Married woman rubs pepper in husband's girlfriend private area (photo)

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Shocking! Watch video of Davido's crew beat up Tonto Dikeh's ex husband's brother (video)

Davido and his Crew Teamed up, to beat up Tonto's Ex brother-in-law, Tokunbo #Gwingz in London for lying to Davido that he is hooking him up with a mixed race girl called Suniat not knowing his real intentions was to steal from them. . See more photos below...


46 sex starved women stripped naked to protest against improper sex

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The community of Mukurweini in Nyeri county on Tuesday witnessed an unusual event as 46 sex- starved women stripped naked and blocked the road by rolling on the floor to allegedly protest against improper sex by their men in Kenya.
According to a Facebook user, Ugenya Siaya Alego, who shared the photo, he said the protest was a warning to their men to satisfy them in bed in other not to force their relocation to another town to seek other men.

Read what he wrote below..

Wow! See Odunade Adekola and Ebube Nwagbo dancing at an event in Ogun state

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 The two were having fun at the GloMegaMusicTour, Ijebu Ode.  See more photos below...


Nigerian man caught while trying to use girlfriend for money ritual (photo)

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The people Of Portharcourt Woke Up this morning with the Drama as Young man Wanted to use His Girlfriend for money ritual. Here Is How an FB User JULIET M NWAFOR posted the news,
HAPPENING NOW AT PALACE ROAD OGINIGBA TRANS AMADI PORT HARCOURT RIVERS STATE .A MAN WITH SMALL COFFIN TRYING TO KILL HIS GIRLFRIEND FOR RITUALS. This is a live story I was there and I saw him with my own eye.please girls be careful all that glitters are not gold .stick to your man no matter what.


Meet African Man with World’s Biggest Manhood and Testicle (photo)


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A man who is said to have the biggest testicles and manhood has had a reconstructive surgery to enable him have s*x.
A man with a mystery medical condition that caused him to have the world’s biggest testicles and manhood has had reconstructive surgery, Dailymail has reported.

The man identified as Forence Owiti Opiyo, 21, from Kibigori, Kenya, was shocked when his genitals began swelling ten times the average size which left doctors very baffled. Sadly, the incident has made the man unable to have s*x.
It is believed the swelling is said to have been triggered by a cyst when he was 10, the bizarre condition made it impossible for him to wear clothes, walk easily and forced him to live like a recluse.

Surgery was made possible after a neighbour shared a picture of Forence’s testicles, which appears to have engulfed his p*nis, on their Facebook page.
The kind-hearted plea triggered an outcry of people wanting to help him, finally allowing for him to have surgery to re-shape his genitals and craft him a p*nis. The team behind the procedure believe he will now live normally, and will be able to have sex and even children at some point.
Forence said: ‘This thing started very small, like a boil. Then it was the size of my fist. It just continued to grow bigger and bigger.
‘I would really love to have children one day, that is what I desire. I would like to give thanks to God for healing me.’
Forence is now being looked after by Eliza. His brother said: ‘I am the one taking care of things now. It is not easy, it is very hard.
‘Sometimes I do farming or cut sugarcane and sometimes I grow tomatoes. Forence’s life is not good because he doesn’t have friends who come to visit him.’

Omg! Graduate Dies After Alleged Wrong Diagnosis By Lagos Hospital

Controversy has arisen over the death of a 29-year-old graduate of the University of Bauchi, Kolawole Idowu, at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja. Family members of the victim said although Kolawole died at LASUTH, they believed his condition was worsened by doctors at the Ikeja Medical Centre, a private facility on Allen Avenue, Ikeja.

Punch Metro gathered that Kolawole, who concluded his youth service in Lagos sometime in April, took ill a few days afterwards. He was reported to have complained of “teary eyes and body pains” and had gone to the Ikeja Medical Centre, which was the family hospital. It was gathered that like other children of the family, he was born at the hospital.

After a doctor allegedly recommended some malaria drugs and later an eye drop, the situation was said to have worsened, leading to his admission to the hospital. Punch correspondent was told that the hospital later said he was manifesting signs of a mental illness and began treating him for “psychosis.”

When there was no improvement, the hospital was said to have referred him to LASUTH, where he went into a coma and later died at the Intensive Care Unit.

The victim’s brother, Kunle, told Punch Metro that his late brother’s medical condition was not handled properly at the medical centre, adding that he was given some injections which affected his health.

Kunle alleged that the injections made him to misbehave, saying anytime the effect of the injections wore off, he would regain his senses, run back home and beg to be taken away from the hospital.

He explained that when he (Kunle) observed that their maternal grandparents were adamant on keeping him (Kolawole) at the hospital, he challenged them and broke some property in the house, which led to his arrest and detention.

Punch Metro learnt that there was a crisis in the house on May 17, 2017, when late Kolawole ran home from the hospital.

The grandparents were reported to have called a doctor at the medical centre to come with an injection for psychiatric patients to calm him down, a suggestion rejected by Kunle.

“I was angry because each time they give him the injection, he lost his senses. They (grandparents) asked me to shut up. For two weeks, that was what they told me. I was angry and I couldn’t take it again because I knew the doctor was on the way with the injection. I lost control and started shouting that they should not give him any drug.

“He was always coming home each time he realised that they were not treating him well. But my grandparents would take him back and he would obey so that he would not look like a disobedient child. The injection was killing him.

“That day, they asked the house help to lock the door. Because I could not sit down and watch him take another injection, I broke the door and left the house,” he added.

Punch Metro learnt that some relatives alerted the police of Kunle’s action and he was detained for a day.

Kunle said after that incident, he was told that his brother’s condition had aggravated and he had been taken to LASUTH.

He explained that Kolawole was admitted to the psychiatric ward of LASUTH, based on a referral letter from the medical centre.

Kunle said his brother was put in the same ward with patients who had serious mental problems and he spent about 10 days in the ward.

“He was later taken to the ICU where he spent two months and struggled to live. But the damage had been done because my brother had spent two weeks at the medical centre, 10 days at LASUTH psychiatric ward before he collapsed and was taken to the ICU.

“Some specialists at LASUTH later examined him and said it was not a psychotic case. They moved him to the ICU because he was at the point of death. I watched over him at the ICU for the two months.

“At one point, the seizure he was having stopped, and I thought he was getting better, not knowing my brother was dying,” he said.

Punch Metro learnt that the Idowu family comprised four children – Kunle, Kolawole, Adeniyi and a younger sister who is in the United States.

The children’s father died while they were young, while their mother, Mrs. Mopelola Osiyemi, travelled to the US in 2016.

Adeniyi, who studied in the Cyprus University, got a job in Dubai where he is now based.

Kunle and Kola, however, stayed with their grandparents at their family house on Bolanle Close, Allen Avenue, not far from the Ikeja Medical Centre.

Adeniyi, who said he was on holiday in Nigeria, told Punch Metro that he was shocked that his brother, who laughed with him during their time together, suddenly lost control of himself and went into a coma.

While insisting that Kolawole was not a drug addict, he said he had arranged with an Iranian doctor to move him out of the country, but was told that the brother must come out of a coma before he could be flown out.

He said, “The doctors at LASUTH told us that he was not mad; that he had bacteria which probably got into his brain. They said the medical practitioners at the first hospital messed him up. I called a doctor friend, who said my brother had an infection called meninges and it affected his brain. She said antibiotics could have cured him.

“Each day he spent at the ICU cost us N50,000. And that was aside the N100,000 on drugs and another N500,000 on a particular test. We spent millions of naira on treatment.

“When my brother died, we had to give out some of the drugs he didn’t use. But my eldest brother, Kunle, decided to bring home a particular one recommended for us from the medical centre, called Haloperidol. When I googled it, I discovered that my brother manifested the exact signs stated in the abuse of the drug, including stiffness and coma, before he died.”

Punch Metro was told that the deceased, who marked his 29th birthday in coma on June 23, became a graduate in 2013 after studying Accounting.

Punch correspondent was told that he died around 4pm on July 1, 2017, at the ICU of LASUTH.

“My brother, Kolawole, has never slept at a hospital before.   We want the hospital investigated. We want the government and the Nigerian Medical Association to intervene,” Olaniyi said.

The victim’s mother, Mopelola, in an emotional message she broadcast on Whatsapp a few days to her son’s death, alleged that the doctor who treated him apologised to the family.

“To God be the glory; this is very said. But I must tell it. I gave birth to Kolawole 29 years ago at the same hospital that administered wrong medication that has put him in a life-threatening condition. The doctor that started his treatment went to my aged father of 86 years to apologise, confessing that he gave Kolawole a wrong medication.

“I believe this is the beginning of Kolawole’s healing process. What can I do at this stage? We are spending millions on hospital treatment in an intensive care unit because of one little mistake that shouldn’t have happened. God, you know best. Kolawole must live to testify to your glory,” the message read.

She told Punch correspondent on the telephone after the son’s death that the hospital must be held accountable for the alleged mistake.

She said, “He was never diagnosed. I don’t know my son as a drug addict. I left Nigeria 11 months ago; are they saying he took to drugs within that period, a son I have known for a long time? They should have conducted proper checks on him. We have spent millions of naira just because of one mistake.

 “They insisted on treating him even when they lacked the competence because of the money they wanted to make from my family.”

LASUTH’s reaction

Punch Metro had a meeting with the Chief Medical Director of LASUTH, Prof. Adewale Oke, and some top principal officers of the government hospital.
Oke said there was a limit to the information that could be released due to the ethics of the medical profession.

He noted that Kolawole was examined and treated by specialists.

The hospital’s consultant psychiatrist, Dr Atilola Olayinka, said he was the first to have contact with Kolawole after he was brought to the hospital.

He said, “He came in as an emergency case and we didn’t have any other information to make us doubt the fact that it was most likely an ongoing psychiatric illness. On that basis, we received him to manage him for the illness.

“In the course of treatment,we,however,saw other symptoms that did not jell with a pure case of psychiatric illness. We investigated and called in our medical team to review it with us. When his level of consciousness was going down, we had to move him to the ICU.”

The consultant medical officer, one Dr Bamisile, said he observed fissures, including epileptic fits, neck stiffness and running fever.

“We saw that he could have some organic problems, apart from a functional psychosis. The following day, I went to see him and observed that his consciousness was going. I examined and saw that there were other medical issues. He was jerking and had epileptic seizures. His neck was also stiff. He had running fever at a time,” he added.

He explained that the deceased also had fissures and inflammation of the brain, “which could be caused by some organism.”

At this point, Bamisile said he asked that a microbiologist and a professor of neurology attend to Kolawole.

LASUTH’s consultant neurologist, Dr Olaitan Ojelabi, said the 29-year-old appeared “febrile, with restive signs and other symptoms, pointing at a case of meningoencephalitis (inflammation of the linings of the brain).”

 “This condition could be caused by bacteria. To treat this, we upgraded his antibiotics, among other treatments,” he added.

The Consultant Anaesthesia, Dr  A.A. Majekodunmi, said the victim was later placed on a life-support machine.

“After about two weeks in the ICU, he started having problems with breathing and we had to put him on a ventilator to help him breathe. We repeated some investigations to find out what was wrong with him. The family was aware of the prognosis, and they were aware when it was getting worse.

 We saw that he was not responding to some medications that we gave him. Eventually, we had to put him on a supportive medication for his blood pressure until he eventually died. He was on life support for about a month before he passed on,” she said.

A professor of Neurology, Prof. Yomi Ogun, expressed sadness at the death of Kolawole, saying a partial autopsy revealed the deceased’s brain was swollen.

He noted that nobody could tell what really killed him “until the autopsy is subjected to histology.”
He said, “He had inflammation of the brain. If you have meningitis, there are two signs that we look out for, which were there. And maybe, some signs of inflammation; but we need to subject it to a histology for a definitive answer.

“When you suspect that your patient has meningitis, what you need to do is to commence a therapeutic trial of anti-TB medication. Because the moment they get unconscious, it might be difficult to reverse it and that was also done.

“By the time I got to see him, he was already in a coma. He was having convulsions all the while. We modified his treatment and he was stabilised for a few days.”

The CMD of LASUTH, Oke, said the hospital started treatment based on the referral letter from the Ikeja Medical Centre, adding that nothing in the letter showed a case of malaria.

“His referral letter stated categorically that he had a mental issue. There was never a question of malaria. When patients come like that, we take them as we see them and we manage them based on whatever our specialties say.

“He had been outside our hospital for two weeks. The referral letter brought here says he had been having neuro-psychiatric symptoms,” he added.

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Fayose's sister, Mo reveals something about her breasts

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Mo Fayose, younger sister of Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, had a video session on her Facebook page yesterday where she discussed with her followers about insecurities some women suffer about their breast sizes. According to her, after she had her baby prematurely some years ago, she lost confidence in her boobs and still has little or no confidence in them. 

She says if she wins a lottery now, the first thing she would do is a boobs lifting surgery. Mo says women with boobs they don't like have low self esteem and tend to hide it when they get intimate with their lovers. She says when she wants to get intimate with any man, she has to turn off the light just because she feels insecure about her boobs. She advised women to do whatever they can to ensure they have confidence about their body. 

"I lost my self confidence just because of the size of my breast and I struggled with that for many many years. I had my first child about 18 years ago. She was premature and she came very very early. She was in intensive unit for sometime and as a result of that, I had to express breast milk. It was really difficult. It was pretty hard. I was approached by the nurses who asked me if I am willing to donate breast milk. So I said yes I can donate breast me so they gave me this machine that looks very industrial. You connect your boobies to and you express milk.  

I expressed milk for like three months and I was donating 6 liters of breast milk a week. So they would come to my house to pick up the breast milk and take it to the disadvantaged children or children that their mothers are unable to express breast milk. Before that time, I wasn't the type that would go for bras because my breast were that on point. I was wearing bra only when I wanted to because my breasts were on point. 

I could flaunt them in front of my husband at that time because they were so good and I like the way my boobies were. They were looking straight. Unfortunately now, they are looking down. They have missed the plug. I didn't like that and I still don't like it. Its not that I don't like it, its about how I feel when I am with a man. I tell people that when I win a lottery, the first thing I am going to do is to do somethin.

Update! Senator Adeleke reveals the reason he dances a lot

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In an interview with National Assembly TV, dancing senator, Ademola Adeleke, who was sworn into office last week to represent Osun West in the senate, says he loves to dance and takes it as a form of exercise. 
"Like we normally say there is time for everything. There is time to laugh. There is time to cry but most of the time I love dancing and I take it as an exercise. My kids got it(dancing) from me, Sina Rambo and B-Red and of course my nephew Davido. I train them and as a matter of fact, they will tell me that Dad, we can't catch up with you. I love dancing"he said 
According to him, he became the face of APC campaigns some years back because of his dancing skills.
"When I joined APC briefly, I campaigned with Aregbesola and my late brother. As a matter of fact, we put what is called interload into the campaIgn because you go to most campign, it is so dry but when you put an interload into a campaign where you dance, laugh and everything, As a matter of fact, I became the face of the campaign. Without me, there is no campaign. Now that they messed up and I went to my former party, they are now using it against me that I am dancing. I even danced with my daughter. They never knew it was my daughter. They thought it was someone else but I told them that that is a lesson to all fathers, You have to be close to your daughters. I am very close to my children and that is why I dance"HE SAID

Linda Ikeji's sister, Laura delivers a baby boy in the U.S

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Laura is married to Football legend, Kanu Nwankwo's brother, Ogbona. They delivered a baby boy named Ryan, congrats to them. See baby's photo below...

See the drug dealer who reported his cocaine stolen to the police

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A fearless- self-described drug dealer who was probably confused after they stole a bag of cocaine and cash from his car dialed 911 to report the incident.
Okaloosa Sheriff's officials wrote on Facebook that 32-year-old David Blackmon called on Sunday morning to report a case of cocaine and cash robbery from his car in Fort Walton Beach. Blackmon told the responding deputy that someone entered his car and took $50 and about a quarter ounce of cocaine from the center console.
According to the report, the deputy spotted some cocaine and a crack rock on the console and a crack pipe on the floorboard by the driver's side door.
Blackmon was subsequently arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and resisting arrest without violence, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released from jail on Tuesday, but records don't list a lawyer.