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Monday, 6 July 2015

Tribunal: Melaye accuses Tinubu of backing Adeyemi at A’Court

Mr Dino Melaye

The Senator representing Kogi West Senatorial District, Dino Melaye, on Sunday alleged that a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, had decided to offer support for Senator Smart Adeyemi, who is currently challenging his electoral victory at the Court of Appeal.

Kim Kardashian Threatens to Sue Over Intrusive Naked Photo

Kim Kardashian is enraged that a photo agency is hawking pictures it claims to show her lying naked at her pool, and she's threatened to haul their asses into court.
Kim's lawyer, Marty Singer, fired off a letter to X17, an L.A. paparazzi agency, claiming the company is hawking pics that were taken in a helicopter hovering over Kim's Hidden Hills home. Singer claims the photog broke the law by taking the pic in a chopper with a telephoto lens.
Singer says even worse ...  X17 is lying when it claims Kim was naked. He says she was wearing a blue bikini and when she saw the helicopter she grabbed a towel to cover up.  
Singer warned X17 if they sell the pics, they will face big damages for invasion of privacy.
Singer may have gotten through to the agency ... they took the pics off the website.


Lagos! Lagos! Lagos! Lol

Graphic photo: Accident on a bridge before Benin...

According to eye witness Larjeremi, this fatal Accident happened on a bridge before Benin while coming from Warri. Many of the passengers were seriously injured while one person was confirmed dead at the scene. Quite Sad!

Buhari doesn’t have a Northern agenda – Presidency

Following the uproar that has trailed the appointments made so far by President Muhammadu Buhari which many argued were in favour of the north, the presidency, yesterday, dismissed insinuations that Buhari was implementing a northern agenda in his appointments. President Buhari since his inauguration on May 29 has, so far, made 11 appointments, out of which only one came from the South West. The appointments are: Acting Chairman, the Independent National Electoral Commission, Mrs. Amina Bala Zakari, Jigawa State; Director, the Department of Petroleum Resources, Mr. Mordecai Danteni Baba Ladan; the Accountant-General of the Federation, Alhaji Ahmed Idris, Kano State, the State House Chief of Protocol, Mallam Lawal Abdullahi Kazaure; Aide De Camp, Lt.-Col. Muhammed Lawal Abubakar, Kano State; Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, North West; Mr Ahmed Joda, Head Transition Committee; Mr Adamu Adamu, Secretary Transition Committee; Mr Lawal Daura, Director-General, DSS; Mallam Abdulrahman Mani, Chief Security Officer, and Femi Adesina, SA Media and Publicity, South West. In addition to the appointments, Dr. Bukola Saraki from Kwara State, (North central) and Yakubu Dogara from Bauchi State, (North East) were also elected as Senate President and Speaker, House of Representatives respectively. But speaking to Vanguard in Abuja, on Sunday, the Special Adviser to the president on Media and Publicity Mr. Femi Adesina, who is so far the only southerner in the appointments, refuted the claims that Buhari was acting a northern script against the rest of the zones in the country. He said: “The president received a national mandate and was going to pursue it as such. The president does not have a northern agenda. He has a national agenda. He got a national mandate and that is the way he is going to exercise that mandate. I have already said it and I still maintain that.”

Battle for competency and popularity as SUG aspirants start campaign

Barely weeks to the end of the first semester and Olabisi Onabanjo University aspirants have started coming out at large to declare their ambitions for the SUG office, with the current government still in power and a semester to go, is it right to start campaigning right about now? 

Even some have gone as far as making posters and all these to gain popularity...some students have criticised this and some see it as a mere spite on the incumbent government of the school, the SUG are yet to release an official statement concerning this shocking developments.
Post by
Oou certified Olodo


She stole alcohol from a store and hid it between her legs while her young son watched. Sad for that young man. See the uncensored photo after the cut..

Full marks to Chile for great Copa

A well-organised soccer tournament where the stadiums were largely completed on time and the fans behaved – Chile's hosting of the Copa America has burnished its credentials as Latin America's can-do country. Their players on the pitch also took away the trophy for good measure. With 12 nations taking part, holding the South American competition is not on the scale of the World Cup, but still provided logistical difficulties in a region where hooliganism has often dogged games.

INEC will ensure Kogi governorship election is credible – REC

The Kogi State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mallam Halilu Pai, has said that the Independent National Electoral Commission will conduct a free and fair governorship election in October. Pai spoke on Sunday at the 20th annual Ramadan lecture of the Olaolu Muslim Society, which was held at The Wings Central Mosque located in The Wings Schools, Iwo. He said the commission would concentrate on the gains of the previous elections in the country. According to him, the Ekiti governorship election was successful as a result of INEC officials’ commitment and the willingness of the people to exercise their franchise. He said, “We were able to achieve what we did in Ekiti State because the people of the state resolved to make the election credible. We will definitely improve on the gains of that election in Kogi State to the satisfaction of everybody.” He sought for the cooperation of the people of the state, including traditional rulers and the media in order to make the exercise a huge success. “My appeal to the people of Kogi State is that they should prepare for a credible election. The electorate should ensure that they have Permanent Voter Cards and obey the rules and regulations guiding the conduct of elections by the commission”, he added. A former Chairman, Board of Electorate Institute of INEC, Prof. Lai Olurode, said the lecture was aimed at using Islam to project good behaviour and tolerance. Olurode, who is the immediate past chairman of INEC’s Political Party Monitoring Committee, added that the Olaolu Muslim Society was out to propagate the virtues of Islam. The Professor of Sociology said, “We are using Islam to project good deeds. We annually give free health care services to people, who ordinarily cannot afford to go to hospitals because of the financial implications. “Every year, we honour and celebrate people who had led good lives while here on earth. We do this so as to encourage people to live godly lives. We want to encourage people to do good while on earth so that they could be remembered when they are gone.”

Over 600 Boko Haram fighters killed in one month as Nigerian Military intensifies battle

Even as there is little information flowing from the military about their ongoing operations against terrorism in the North-Eastern parts of the country, several sources have confirmed to PRNigeria that over 600 Boko Haram terrorists must have been killed in the last one month while other insurgents are finding life extremely difficult. A top security officer said: “While the terrorists have engaged in guerrilla tactics of using vulnerable girls and youngmen for suicide attacks on soft targets, we ensure that their fighters do not escape as they continue to meet their Waterloos in the hand of the troops.” In their desperation to create fear among the citizens, the terrorists are now deliberately targeting remote villages where their former members who had renounced the sect membership were taking refuge. On the guerrilla tactics employed by the terrorists, the security source said “The major challenges we face is that of suicide bombers who might be operating with insiders within the communities. There is no way, as security personnel we can identify potential terrorists or suicide bombers from their faces or movements. Some of them look as innocent as new born babies.” The Officer therefore urged the residents to muster the courage by exposing suspects, strange objects or movements to the relevant authorities. The source added that since the emergence of new administration of President Muhammadu Buhari no single territory in Nigeria is being occupied or proclaimed by the terrorists as their Caliphate even as their leaders are either being killed, captured or on the run. One particular senior military source disclosed that “both the army and air force personnel are not relenting in the battle to rid the region of terrorism and are daily dealing ruthlessly with the enemies by killing them and destroying their vehicles, especially in Borno State.” It was however learnt also that relentless campaign against the Nigerian military by Amnesty International (AI) was a serious nuisance as it dampened troops’ morale. “Nonetheless, very senior officers and military psychologists have revved up their efforts in assuring combatants that AI reports were meant exactly to achieve that same negative objective of dampening morale and so, they must never allow the enemies of Nigeria to win”, a source disclosed. The Nigerian air force continues to conduct their regular missions while soldiers conduct raids on suspected terrorist’s hideouts.

Man tries to kick out unborn baby from girlfriend because she dumped him

A man was arrested on a charge of assault after allegedly kicking his girlfriend in the abdomen in order to cause her to miscarry her unborn baby, prosecutors in the United Kingdom said. Now, 20-year-old Simon Easterbrook of Devon, has been sentenced to serve 21 months in prison after being convicted of assault. The Exeter Crown Court heard that Easterbrook was furious when his girlfriend, who was 18 weeks pregnant, broke off their relationship. In revenge, he went to her home and destroyed all her clothes with bleach. He then punched and kicked her repeatedly in the abdomen while shouting that she doesn’t deserve to have his baby. As she laid curled up on the kitchen floor, Easterbrook pulled a knife from his pocket and stabbed her in the arm. After the attack, Easterbrook ran home and told his mother that he is in trouble. Easterbrook pleaded guilty to causing bodily harm, criminal damage and possessing a small amount of cannabis.

Kiss Daniel -My take on gay marriage

‘Woju’ crooner Kiss Daniel has denied ever saying he was in support of same-sex marriage. The United States Supreme Court recently legalized same-sex marriage in the country, and it was widely reported a few days ago that Kiss Daniel took to social media to endorse the legalization. The singer has, however, debunked the reports. Responding to a question from a fan, Kiss Daniel set the records straight. 

“@iamkissdaniel sorry 2 ask dis BT its borderin me..I heard on radio dat u r supportin gay marriage in US is dat 2ru?…ansa plz,” ~ @LilianOkenyi Kiss Daniel replied with, “Not true dear… Thank u for asking by the way, appreciate.” 

Sunday, 5 July 2015

Buhari fires CSO over supremacy battle with ADC

Abdulrahman Mani

President Muhammadu Buhari has fired his Chief Security Officer, Mr. Abdulrahman Mani, for engaging in a supremacy battle with the Aide-de-Camp to the President, Lt.-Col. Lawal Abubakar.
Our correspondent learnt on Saturday that his redeployment was one of the sweeping changes being carried out by the acting Director-General of the Department of State Service, Mr. Lawan Daura, on the order of the President. Buhari had appointed Daura to replace Mr. Ita Ekpeyong during the week at the peak of the crisis between the DSS and the military especially as it concerns the President’s protection.

Photo: A cake designed in the shape of a baby being born

Would you eat this?

Argentina didn't deserve to lose - Tata

Argentina did not deserve to lose the Copa America final to Chile on Saturday after a match in which both teams "neutralised" each other, coach Gerardo Martino said. Chile won their first ever major trophy, beating Lionel Messi's Argentina on penalties after the two teams drew 0-0 after extra time.

Military take over security in Anambra prison

Nigerian Soldiers

Following the relocation of Boko Haram detainees to the Ekwulobia Prisons in Anambra State, the military have taken over the security of the facility. SUNDAY PUNCH investigations showed that security operations in the Federal Government facility are no longer the exclusive preserve of the officials of the Nigeria Prison Service. The development, sources told our correspondent, is not unconnected with the calibre of the detainees being held behind the walls of the facility.
A visit by our correspondent to the prison on Saturday showed that armed military personnel were located in strategic locations around the prison.

Buhari can’t fight corruption with Saraki-led Senate — Opadokun

Chief Ayo Opadokun

Chief Ayo Opadokun is a former Secretary-General of the National Democratic Coalition and ex-General Secretary of the Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere. In this interview with LEKE BAIYEWU, he talks about the ongoing crisis in the All Progressives Congress and the National Assembly

The All Progressives Congress is less than two years old as a political party and only one month as the ruling party. Are you happy with what is going on in the party now?
I am certainly not. The basic platform upon which the All Progressives Congress invited Nigerians to assess it as to its programmes and policy thrust can be summarised into two major national crises that we have – indiscipline and corruption. And as a party, the APC presented to Nigerians that it has the capacity to instil discipline and bring corruption to near non-existence. I think, Nigerians, having assessed the antecedents and profile of Muhammadu Buhari and Professor Yemi Osinbajo, I voted for the duo based on the conviction that the two can bring about a formidable change. Nigeria had been held captive. It had been held down by these two evils: indiscipline and corruption.

NFF fires Keshi, Amodu takes over

Stephen Keshi

The Nigeria Football Federation has terminated the appointment of Stephen Keshi as Head Coach of the Senior National Football Team, Super Eagles. A statement by the NFF Executive Committee on Saturday said this decision was made, “having thoroughly reviewed the reports/findings of the NFF Disciplinary Committee and NFF Technical and Development Committee, as well as having reviewed the actions and inactions of Mr. Stephen Keshi, in the performance of his duties as Super Eagles’ Head Coach, which we found to lack the required commitment to achieve the Federation’s objectives as set out in the Coach’s employment contract.”

The Final Embrace: Husband and wife Who Were Married for 75 Years Die in Each Other's Arms Just Hours Apart

PICTURED: The dying embrace of husband and wife who were married for 75 years and died
Jeanette Toczko, 96, and her 95-year-old husband, Alexander Toczko, from San Diego, California, died just hours apart as they held hands in bed. The pair spent their lives in love after becoming boyfriend and girlfriend when they were only eight years old. Pictured: The couple are pictured on their wedding day in 1940 (inset).

A poignant photo emerged which showing the elderly couple who were married for 75 years fulfilling their final wishes to die together. Jeanette Toczko, 96, and her 95-year-old husband, Alexander Toczko, from San Diego, California, died just hours apart as they held hands in bed.

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Superb Germany nip Flying Eagles

Germany produced a stunning display of ruthless attacking football to kick Nigeria out of the 2015 Fifa U20 World Cup in New Zealand with a 1-0 win in Christchurch. The Germans came into the game in great form winning all three of their preliminary games and scoring 16 goals while letting in just one prior to facing the Flying Eagles. Nigeria were also in buoyant mood ahead of the clash following preliminary stage wins over Korea DPR and Hungary after a calamitous 2-4 defeat to Brazil in their opening game. It was however the Germans who started the stronger with crisp passing and fluid movement, unsurprisingly mustering the first goal scoring opportunity inside the opening 60 seconds but Julian Weigl shot wildly after he was Julian Brandt.

How the APC shot itself in the foot

Niran Adedokun

The tragedy that hit the ruling All Progressives Congress on Tuesday was pretty predictable, only that it happened on us much earlier than I expected. I understand that partisans would consider classifying Tuesday’s happenstance as tragic outrageous, but if such persons tarry and get a bit more reflective, they would recall that the Peoples Democratic Party was deprived of just half of what the APC lost earlier this week when AminuTambuwal emerged as the Speaker of the House of Representatives on June 4, 2011. But that marginal loss was enough to signal the beginning of the end of the party’s long reign. How then are we able to predict what could happen when a ruling party does not have the

28 APC senators walk out of Senate session

Saraki, Dogara

Members of the Barnabas Gemade -led Senate Unity Forum have threatened to take a legal action against the emergence of Bukola Saraki on Tuesday as the President of the Senate.
They told a news conference in Abuja on Wednesday that   the election of Saraki did not follow due constitutional procedure. They addressed the journalists after walking out of the Senate chambers when Saraki overruled Gemade and Kabiru Marafa while   questioning the process that produced the new Senate leadership.

Buhari indeed belongs to somebody

President Muhammadu Buhari

“I belong to everybody. And I belong to nobody”- President Muhammed Buhari.

The above quotation is one the quotable quotes from the inaugural speech of President Muhammadu Buhari at the Eagle Square, Abuja during his swearing in. Since the quotation went viral, there have been several misconceptions or misinterpretation of the quotation. Precisely, many social commentators are still trying to decode its true meaning. If viewed from the context of trying to establish his independence in taking vital decisions in the proper administration of the country and not just trying to play politics with the destiny of the nation, Buhari may well be right. It will be

How Dogara’s Emerged As Speaker And The ‘coup’ Against PDP For The Deputy Speaker House Of Representatives

The emergence of Yakubu Dogara as the Speaker of the 8th House of Representatives may have come to many as a surprise, but for insiders in the House, it was not so. In the build up to Tuesday’s inauguration, many things had happened that turned things around in favour of his main challenger, Femi Gbajabiamila. After emerging as the party with majority of

Girl, Mother Siblings Beat Up Secondary Teacher For Asking Her To Cut Her Hair

JSS 2 student, Precious Nwadike, of Ozar secondary school, Asa in Ukwa West LGA of Abia State, Nigeria, who was sent home by one of her teachers, Mrs Njoku to cut her hair, returned with her mother and elder siblings to attack teachers and students. Precious Nwadike, had earlier been warned by same teacher two weeks ago to cut her hair but she did not heed to the teachers warning.

New Deji Of Akure Gets Staff Of Office - Promises Better Relationship With Government [Photos]

The Ondo State government on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 presented the staff of office to a new monarch for its capital city, the Deji of Akure, Oba Patrick Kole Aladetoyinbo. Governor Olusegun Mimiko, who was represented by his deputy, Lasisi Oluboyo, sent a warm congratulatory message to the people of Akure on the emergence of the new traditional ruler. 
The governor while presenting the staff of office, advised the people of Akure to co-operate

Faces Of Arrested Kidnappers In Ile Ife Osun State Today

Faces of arrested boys who kidnapped a schoolgirl in Ile Ife today. They were arrested at Idita zone 6, Mokuro road. Some women noticed the strange
manner the vehicle was driven and raised an alarm. They were arrested and transfer to Police Headquarters Osogbo.

Vice President Osinbajo Locked Out of Buhari’s Security Meeting Second Time in 2 Weeks

All appears not to be smooth between President Muhammadu Buhari and his Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo as it relates to national security matters. President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday met behind closed doors with some security chiefs to marshal the country’s plans that will be presented at a meeting of the Lake Chad Basin Commission in Abuja on Thursday. Vice President Osinbajo was conspicuously absent at this meeting.

APC May Sanction Atiku, Tambuwal Over N’assembly Elections

Newly elected Senate President Bukola Saraki paid a courtesy visit to former Vice President, Atiku 
There are indications that the leadership of the All Progressives Congress may sanction former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar and Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Tambuwal, over the outcome of the National Assembly elections of Monday. Sources within the APC said Atiku colluded with Senator Bukola Saraki to undermine the will of the party while Tambuwal, who is the immediate past Speaker of the House of Representatives, supported Yakubu Dogara who emerged as Tambuwal’s successor.

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Remi Tinubu Reportedly Refuses to Shake Saraki's Hand During Her Swearing-In

Senator Tinubu alongside 28 other APC Senators who were absent when the Senate was inaugurated yesterday, were sworn in as Senators this morning. After their swearing-in, Protocol demands that they proceed to the Senate President to shake his hand and show him their certificate. Every other senator observed the protocol except Tinubu who only showed him her certificate and reportedly ignored his handshake.

ISIS sells women & girls into sexual slavery for 'as little as a pack of cigarettes'

The United Nations envoy on sexual violence detailed Monday how Islamic State militants are selling teenage girls into sexual slavery and inflicting horrific sexual violence on female abductees.
Zainab Bangura met with women and girls in April who had escaped from areas controlled by the insurgent group, and this week talked about what she had heard. She explained how large groups of abducted girls were kept in cramped conditions, subjected to abuse and assigned monetary value by a group of militants before being sold. In one case, a 15-year-old girl was sold off to an IS leader in his 50's who taunted her desire to commit suicide before raping her.

NASS Clerk And Saraki Snubbed Buhari‘s Request While 51 APC Lawmakers Absence Was To Respect Their Party – Garba Shehu [Presidency]

The Presidency on Wednesday, said the Clerk of the National Assembly and Senate President, Bukola Saraki, snubbed President Muhammadu Buhari’s request and conducted the election that produced Saraki as Senate President. The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said that there was a request for the National Assembly to move the time of the inauguration in other for the meeting with the All Progressives Congress lawmakers to hold.

Reports of me decamping to PDP is laughable and absurd - Saraki

Senate President Bukola Saraki has described as absurd and laughable, rumors of him defecting to PDP from APC. In a statement he released today June 10th, Sen. Saraki said he left the PDP willingly and will not be going back there at this time when he's already in a ruling party.

"The new Senate President also denies that he had a plan to decamp to the People's Democratic Party, describing the insinuation as " absurd and laughable." According to him, "it is just cheap blackmail by political adversaries who want to call a dog a bad

Rapper The Game responds to his haters

Rapper, The Game received lots of jokes and ridicule from some of his fans when he shared a photo of his eggplant yesterday. Well he didn't keep quiet about the insults. See the message he shared to his 'haters' after the cut...

Zoo employee makes racist remarks about white customers, then tags the zoo

Brookfield Zoo is now apologizing after an employee posted what some may call a racist comment on social media. The employee, wearing a zoo uniform, uploaded a picture with the caption: "at work serving these rude (expletive) white people," reportedly tagging the zoo in the post. The Zoo management got the notification after the tag.

The untold story of PDP’s coup behind Saraki’s Senate presidency by YUSUF ALLI (Nation)

Despite some reservations, the new leaders of the Eighth National Assembly emerged yesterday. Managing Editor ,Nation,YUSUF ALLI revisits some of the intrigues behind the choice of Bukola Saraki and Ike Ekweremadu as leaders of the Red Chamber. 

A Senior advocate, Robert Clarke, has faulted the process that produced a new leadership for the Senate yesterday. 

Clarke, who spoke on Channel Television, asserted that what the senators did amounted to disenfranchising 51 other members at a time they were not sworn in.
He noted that the rule of the Senate that the senators quoted to support their claim on quorum formation was equally wrong.

He called on the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to fight the matter in court.
After two weeks of horse-trading, lobbying and outright conspiracy, the battle for the soul of the Senate climaxed in a coup d’etat by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) that led to the emergence of ex-Kwara State Governor Bukola Saraki as the President of the Eighth Senate and the return of Chief

Tinubu breaks silence about emergence SARAKI as Senate President


Shocked, disappointed and battered by the outcome of the national assembly election result, which saw both his anointed and party’s ousted, the national leader of of ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has reacted, saying he will not recognize the newly elected President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki.

RRS had 37 guns when I became governor – Fashola

Mr. Babatunde Fashola

The immediate past Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, says that when he took over as governor in 2007, the Rapid Response Squad, which is an arm of the Lagos State Police Command set up to respond to emergencies within the state, had only 37 guns. The Senior Advocate of Nigeria, however, said after investing heavily in equipment for the police, the capability of the police was boosted, thereby leading to a huge reduction in the rate of crime in the state.

We should’ve beaten Sweden – Falcons

Falcons coach, Edwin Okon

Super Falcons coach, Edwin Okon, and his players believe Nigeria could have beaten Sweden in their opening Group D game on Monday at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. The Europeans, pre-match favourites, were two goals up in the first half, the Nigerian ladies fought back to eventually end the game 3-3 at the Winnipeg Stadium. Sweden coach, Pia Sundhage, lamented the draw as she admitted after the match that the African champions had forced them to change their game plan. But Okon said it was the half-time pep talk with the players that instilled confidence in them to fight back in the second half.

Saraki, Dogara, APC, PDP And The Buhari Presidency By Peter Claver Oparah

The events of Wednesday June 9th when a faction of the National Assembly made up mainly of all PDP members connived with a handful of rebellious APC members ‘elected’ Bukola Saraki as President of the Senate and one of their own, Ike Ekweremadu as Deputy Senate President should inform all of us that there is still an unfinished business to totally undo the atrocious brigandage the PDP employed to demolish Nigeria in sixteen years of irresponsible leadership. 
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