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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Lmao...See what fuel scarcity caused in Lagos


This guy is obviously tired of searching for fuel. What can you advice him to do?Lmao. Use our comment section to share your thoughts...

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Friday, May 22, 2015

Rita Ora steps out in white risque outfit as she hold onto her b**bs.


Rita Ora obviously forgot to wear bra as she was spotted on Thursday night wearing a super-plunging white gown to a concert at the Hotel Marriott.

The 24-year-old singer looked on the edge of a wardrobe malfunction as the left top part of her number appeared as if it was barely covering her chest. At one point, she put her hand up to her b**bs to make sure it didn't fall out. Lol. See more pics below...












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A 24year old Woman sentence to 10 years in prison for posing as a teenager online to seduce minors for sex


A 24-year-old Arizona lady has been sentenced to 10 years in jail and lifetime probation for enticing teenagers online while professing to be a 15-year-old young lady.

Anna Areola-Hernandez, of Glendale, pleaded guilty last month to three counts of child molestation

Notwithstanding the 10-year jail term, Areola-Hernandez will be obliged to register as a sex offender.



The sentencing comes a year after police following up on a tip captured the Glendale lady on accuses of sexual behavior with minors, child molestation, unlawful age deception and grown-up acting like a minor for a sexual conduct act.

Police were alerted to Areola-Hernandez’s illicit escapades after getting a call from the mother of a 13-year-old boy who accused the woman of seducing her son.

When police took Areola-Hernandez into custody and questioned her, she initially denied having a relationship with the kid but later conceded they engaged in sexual relations and she lied to him that she was 15 years old.

Prosecutors said Areola-Hernandez used social media sites like Facebook and texting apps including Kik, Snapchat and Tango to lure multiple underage boys, one of whom had contracted chlamydia from the woman who called herself 'Tiny Hernandez' and 'Ana Hernandez' on social media.

Areola-Hernandez's defence attorney contended that she has a low IQ and a history of trauma and untreated mental disorder, and that sending her to jail for 10 years would postpone treatment for her condition.

Lawyer Eleanor Knowles read a letter composed by her client in which Areola-Hernandez apologized to the court and her family, and promised to seek counselling behind bars.

Police said she admitted to preferring younger boys rather than men her own age but did not explain why.

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Oby Ezekwesili, #BBOG denies engaging in hate campaign against military


Previous Minister of Education, Dr Oby Ezekwesili and other key individuals from the Bring Back Our Girls Group have reacted to the letter by Defense Spokesperson, Gen Chris Olukolade in which he accused them of participating in contempt crusade against him and the military.

In its reaction dated May 19th, the gathering focused on that it was just requesting the military to locate the missing Chibok young ladies and is not the slightest bit participating in any scorn battle against them. The gathering expressed that no single individual decides the heading of the gathering as their choices is taking into account an aggregate belief system. The letter peruses in part...see it after the cut...

In its response dated May 19th, the group stressed that it was only demanding the military to find the missing Chibok girls and is not the slightest bit participating in any hate campaign against them. The group stated that no single individual decides the direction of the group as their decisions is based on a collective ideology. The letter peruses in part...see it below...


"We acknowledge receipt of your correspondence dated 14 May 2015 and noted your concerns about our advocacy movement #BringBackOurGirls which has since April 30, 2014 been advocating for rescue of the 219 #ChibokGirls abducted 400 days ago at their school on April 14, 2014.

We especially noted  the following four key messages in your letter to our Movement. We wish to respond to the four key issues raised in your letter as follows: Our #BringBackOurGirls movement is a Citizens- led movement with open membership of all citizens who choose to identify with the cause of our 219 #ChibokGirls. No one individual or group of persons within the Movement can determine the direction or position of our Movement on the issues we advocate.

This is because, the basis of all our decisions is Collectivism. Moreover, both our Movement and our members are guided by a set of Core Values of Hope, Unity, Motivation, Affability, Nationalism, Integrity, Transparency, Empathy, Equity, Discipline and Sacrifice (HUMANITEEDS)  in our advocacy. In our public and private communication, we are also guided by our rule of highest respect for adherence to the sanctity of facts or empirical evidence rather than anecdotes.

Our communications- statements, briefs, member representations – all pass through one of the strongest internal quality control process  to ensure accuracy in our messages.

Therefore, we wish to strongly assure you that #BringBackOurGirls has never and will never be susceptible to the kind of influence of any one or group of individual(s) engaging in a “hate campaign against you or our military”. Such act would contradict our Core Values and our strictly empirical advocacy for the Government and military to deliver on their duty. Thus, our singularity of purpose remains the rescue of our #ChibokGirls and all other abducted victims of the North East terrorist scourge. We shall continue to be civil and professional in our advocacy as we have widely been acclaimed to be since it commenced more than a year ago.

As a Citizens’ movement, #BringBackOurGirls is a demand for accountability from especially our Federal Government which has the constitutional duty for security of all citizens. In shaping our demand, we rely on publicly available news from your Directorate as well as all known credible media platforms. In furtherance of our civic duty to be eternally vigilant we launched our Accountability Tools for rigorously monitoring, organizing and analyzing all news reports on the counter insurgency war in order to draw out key issues on which we could engage as citizens with our Government to help improve the prospects of success of the military efforts.

As earlier stated be reassured that all our statements and posts on social media conveying the results of our Monitoring/Accountability Initiatives have to undergo stringent quality control processes. It is after these that they are released with utmost sense of responsibility and a readiness to defend our position with evidence. We therefore stand by all our analyses and assessments as conveyed in our statements. This explains why, so far, we have never had to recant, deny, or apologize for any statements we have made in the more than one year of our advocacy. Nevertheless, we are open to receiving any specific instances or episodes of factual inaccuracy resulting from our monitoring, analysis, assessment, questions, scrutiny and statements.

We also recall our meeting of the 6th May 2014 with you and the Chief of Defense Staff team at the Defense Head Quarters. We had at that meeting agreed that the military will act in ways consistent with civil-military relations and democratic accountability by hosting us to a regular meetings to discuss the progress of your rescue mission for our girls and more broadly, the prosecution of the counter-insurgency war. It is regrettable that subsequently following that agreement, none of such meetings ever happened again and that instead, our attempt to participate in your National Information Center briefings was frustrated and then prohibited.”the letter read

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Banky W set to host reopening of The Place night club


Self acclaimed Baddest boss, Banky W will host the highly-anticipated grand reopening of  'The place' night club. The club which is located at Ikeja GRA is said to be re-open on Saturday May 30, 2015. According to organisers, the event is just one of the four tremendous opening parties planned for the reopening of the popular hang out.

The prominent night club has been close down for a while and has now been completely restored and renovated...

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Gej mourns death of Femi Robinson 'Village Headmaster'


President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, on Thursday, sympathized with the family of the veteran trouper and broadcaster, Mr. Femi Robinson, who passed on at the age of 75.
The President likewise extended out sympathies to all individuals from the creative and show industry in Nigeria on the demise of the well known actor.
Presidency spokesman, Reuben Abati said in a statement, that Jonathan believed that Robinson, who was especially loved and admired by the public for his edifying role in the famous Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) series, ‘The Village Headmaster’, would be remembered for his “great inventiveness, professionalism and humility.”
It added: “The President urges members of his family and all who mourn Femi Robinson to honour his memory by constantly upholding the values of inter-ethnic harmony, education, civility and proficiency, which he passionately promoted through successful careers as an actor and broadcaster.”

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You have to be competent before we can choose you as Senate president - Tinubu


National Leader of APC, Bola Tinubu says the party will not compromise merit as it chooses the new Senate president for the incoming 8th National Assembly. According to Tinubu, the party has ruled out zoning of the seat because it could compromise the credibility and qualification of an individual. He said for anyone to aspire to be the Senate president, such a person must be competent and possess the character of a leader. He said this while speaking to journalist in Abuja yesterday May 21st.
"Well, you have heard from the party; you have heard from leadership. My desire is not to rock the party. I am a disciplined party man and we will look at it critically. However, the nation is expecting us to take a decisive leadership decision. Merit would not be compromised. You have to be competent; you have to possess the character for the leadership. You have to be PAN Nigerian and be a very solid character to lead the National Assembly and that is what we are talking about,’’ he said.

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See the Magazine cover that got everyone online talking


Nicole Trunfio, an Australian model and mother brought her new born baby boy with her to pose for Elle Australia photo shoot. She was pictured breastfeeding her son at the back of the magazine. Some think the picture is lewd while others think its awesome because it shows the bond between mother and child.


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Thursday, May 21, 2015

This throwback photo of OBJ & Jimi Carter will stun you

Above is the photo of Former president, Olusegun Obasanjo(pictured right) and and ex US president Jimi carter(pictured left sporting suit). Checkout the swag on OBJ...

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Checkout this hilarious conversation between Kemi Adetiba 'N' her dad




Lol...Guys what do you about this conversation?

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Singer Kcee renew deal with MTN


Limpopo crooner, Kcee has just renewed his contract as a brand ambassador with mobile telecommunication service, MTN for the third year running. See more photos below...



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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Okonjo-Iweala accused Gov. Amaechi of Receiving N257.6 Billion


In response to the communique of the Nigerian Governors Forum on Monday which was read by Rivers state governor, Rotimi Amaechi, the minister for finance, Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has given a response to the call on her to explain the whereabouts of about $20 billion from the Excess Crude Account (ECA).

The minister who gave her response through a statement released by her spokesman, Paul Nwabuikwu yesterday evening, claims Rivers state governor, Amaechi received N257.6bn between January and October 2013 and that the governors have no basis for alleging money was missing from the ECA.

Part of the statement read:

“The statement by the governors is totally strange because Federal Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC), meets every month and the ECA is discussed at every session with all the state commissioners of finance present.

“Nothing is hidden. At these meetings, the Minister of State, who is the Chairman of FAAC, announces the balance in the ECA which is then discussed.”

The minister directed governors who need further explanation on the account to consult their commissioners.

“Governors who want any information about the ECA should ask for details from their commissioners who should have the records of what was discussed and agreed upon.

“Gov. Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers, who was reported to have read the communique on behalf of the governors, made a similar unsubstantiated allegation in November 2013.

“He alleged in November 2013 that $5 billion was missing from the ECA but we subsequently showed with facts that the amount was not missing.”

The statement added that in the interest of transparency and accountability, the ministry of finance would, in a couple of days, publish the details of the ECA for the last four years.
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Male maid who pretend to be female got bursted in Kenya


A Kenyan couple hired a maid to work for them at home. 8 months into the job, the maid started stealing all kinds of valuables running into hundreds of thousands.

They alerted the police and the maid was arrested.

While the police were doing a search on the maid, low and behold, ‘she’ was in fact a dude pretending to be a woman, wearing padded bra and all.

How does someone work for you for 8months and you didn’t realise ‘she’ was a man?

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Emmanuel Adebayor put his older brother on blast in new facebook post


The footballer has shared another epistle on his Facebook page this morning detailing how his elder brother Kola (pictured with him above) messed up the opportunity of becoming a recognized footballer in Germany and how he tried to help him become something in life to no avail. He also wrote that his family members have started writing letters to his football club and radio stations. Read what he wrote below...

If I decide to bring out the Part 3 today, it is because my brother @Kola Adebayor and my other siblings have decided to talk about our family issues on social medias, through letters to my club, radios…I could write an autobiography and sell it but I decided to share with you here. 
25 years ago, my big older brother Kola went to Germany and he became the hope of our family. We all thought he could change the way we were living. Years after he left Togo, we still had no electricity and no phones. If he wanted to talk to us, he would call the Atlantic Hotel that was very close to our house. We would then run to the hotel reception and talk to him. 

When I got the opportunity to go play football in France for the first time, we needed money to for the flight tickets and other expenses. My brother was nowhere to be found. Only God knows what he was doing in Germany. 
 
When I arrived in France, I did all the paperwork with my team and they allowed me to stay in the academy. A few months later, my brother wanted to come visit me. I was running out of money and I was living at the academy. Therefore, I had to borrow money so I could pay for his hotel. At that time, my teammate Sega N’diaye from Cameroon was kind enough to lend me some money. I also had to borrow some more money because I had to give my brother some money for his trip back to Germany. Keep in mind he is my older brother.

 
A couple years later, things started to get better. Thank God, I signed a contract with Metz. Since then, my brother would contact me whenever it was time to pay his bills. Sometimes, he would say his son is sick… I had to get used to all this. 

 
Again, I was lucky enough to get an offer from Monaco and I signed for the football club. One day, Kola and the late Peter Adebayor came to visit me in Monaco. My two brothers did not let me know they were coming. Someone said “blood is thicker than water” so I took them in. They arrived early in the morning and I was on my way to training. When I came back home, we had a discussion and they wanted to start a car business. Obviously, it involves a lot of money. I told them that I could help them out as soon as I get paid next. 


At that time, Thierry Mangwa was staying in my apartment because he was struggling with some personal issues and needed a place to stay. One day, I came back from training and he was crying. He never told me why. My brothers could also not explain. Another day, one of my friends Padjoe came to visit me and as he was leaving the house, I believe I offered him about €500. My brother Kola noticed that and was very upset. He was trying to understand why I gave my friend some money right away but not him. My reason was very simple; the money he (Kola) needed was a huge amount of money that I did not carry in my house. We went on and had an argument about it. 
 
Another day, after training…I was very tired and decided to go take a nap. I woke up and a knife was held to my throat. As I opened my eyes, both of my brothers were there. They were shouting and they claimed that I was wasting their time. Peter was going mad and Kola was supporting. I asked them: “Is this the only way to solve this issue? I yes, then kill me and take the money”. It’s only at that moment that he put the knife down. After all this, I found a way out of my own apartment and I called my parents. My mom suggested that I call the police. That was the only way for me to get back into my house safely… I had training the next day, by the way. So I did what my mom said. Police came and they settled down. Again, “blood is thicker than water”, so I let it go. A few days after, Peter went to visit one of Kola’s friends in Paris. That means I was left in the house with Kola; for my own safety, I found a way to get him the money as soon as I could. Only God knows how much I gave him that day. 

 
A few months after all this, I went back to Togo and I was surprised when my mom started to ask me why I called the police on my brothers, she continued and said I am the bad person in the family. That is another story I will leave for later… 
Every time I went back home, everyone kept asking me why my brother never visited after all these years. Immediately, I organized a flight for him and he came back to visit the family, at my own expenses. 

 
On April 22nd 2005, we received some bad news. I received a call and they announced that my father passed away. I was devastated. I called my big brother and told him that we all have to be there. Again I made sure there was a flight ticket ready for him. We all went back home and I took care of everything. A long time before my dad died, he was in the hospital one day and he asked me to make sure his funeral is not a moment of sadness. He wanted us to celebrate his life. I leave it to God to decide if the funeral I organized for my dad was what he wanted. The man who calls himself the “big man” in the family did not contribute to anything. But he still has the boldness to say I do not take care of this family. 

 
In 2006, I had another big opportunity to go play for Arsenal. Since then, my brother has started to come up with series of false accusations against me. 

 
On July 22nd, 2013 sad news hit us in the family. My brother Peter Adebayor passed away. His death was sad and I was affected by it. One thing I find difficult to swallow today is that Kola was accusing me of Peter’s death. He is saying that the shop I opened for Peter was not good enough. He kept texting saying that my career would be destroyed. I did everything for Peter when he was alive, I brought him to Metz, and Monaco with me. What can Kola say that he has done for Peter? Nothing. The man did not even show up at the funeral even after all the money I sent for the trip back home. 
He is saying that I also made my mom suffer, but he forgot that when he was in Germany, at some point I was the one always by my mom’s side. As soon as I started to make a living with football, I did everything you could imagine for our mom. That is normal. But my brother is never satisfied. He said I bought a shitty car for my mom. 


Why can’t he buy a better one? All I want from him is to take his responsibilities. Since I am not doing it right, he should show the example as a big brother. He has been in Germany for more than 20 years, but he never brought our mother there to visit. Even to go back home for a visit is another struggle. All he keeps saying is that my father said I should build a house for each one of them. I don’t think my father said that. Does that even make sense for him or anyone? As a big brother, he is supposed to be doing all that I am doing for the family. He should stop hiding and take his responsibilities. When he came to Europe, he was young enough to become a football player too. Anyways, some people are drivers here but they are able to take care of their families. They even bring their parents and other family members. Why has he not done anything like that but he keeps talking? As a matter fact, he should at least bring Rotimi, Bidemi or his own son Aziz here before talking about “taking care of the family”. Actions are louder than speeches. 

A lot of people are saying that I never went to school, but they forget that it is because we could not afford it. I never blamed my parents for that. But thank God, today I am able to speak more than 3 languages and I can send my daughter to school. I am proud of that. People can accuse me for not going to school, but in the end it is all about who you become and what you teach yourself. It is also about what life teaches you and what you learn from it.
 
Many times I wanted to give up. Ask my sister Iyabo Adebayor how many times I have called and was ready to commit suicide? I kept these stories for years… But If I die, no one would know my story, no one would learn from it… Some people say I should keep these stories private, but someone has to sacrifice himself; someone has to talk about it. I know people would relate to my story and others would learn from it. For every one who knows me, I’d do anything for my country and my people. 

 
Final message from the younger brother to the older brother: Quit Smoking and Quit Drinking. That was my story.

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Mo'Cheddah writes lovely birthday message to her boo


The beautiful songstress wrote a short and lovely birthday message to her boyfriend Bukunyi Olateru-Olagbegi. 

She wrote the message yesterday May 17, 2015 (his birthday) on her Instagram page. "More amazing than anything I av ever prayed for....My life is most beautiful with you.....happy birthday ADEMI!!!!!" she wrote. 

Mo' Cheddah and Bukunyi started dating in 2012. The pair have been a close item since then, choosing not to leverage on their relationship for publicity. 

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