Tuesday, 6 February 2018

The Trust about Actresses

By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 05:51
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    Tuesday, 28 April 2015

    Radio Station in Kogi State Bombed | 4 Killed

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 01:13
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    Four individuals were killed, and several were injured, after TAO 101.5 FM in Okene, Kogi State was bombed on Monday night.
    Vanguard reports that the bomb exploded around 8 p.m.
    It is unclear why the radio station was attacked, and no one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
    State Police Public Relations Officer, Shola Collins, confirmed the incident, stating that investigations are currently ongoing.

    LOL see Warning ohh!!!PHCN on Transformer in Lagos.

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 01:05
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    Buhari Again.Buhari bans AIT from covering activities - sad for our democracy -Read More

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 01:02
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    I'm sharing this because people in the media should be a little scared of what happened yesterday. If they can do this to AIT, they can come for the rest of us. And before you know it, we can no longer write what we want. I hope it doesn't come to that. A lawyer shares his opinion. Read below...
    Maybe I should attempt to open our eyes just a little to what is actually going on: 'Buhari bans AIT from covering his activities'. This is nothing for you to rejoice about that AIT sponsored hate campaign and so it's a good response. No! It isn't. It is just a true reflection of the 1984 hatred for critics and the press. Indeed, you may repackage a despot, but he is what he is.
    I laugh when I remember his words at Chatham house: "so I present to you, a former dictator and a 'born-again' democrat'. Like really? Do you realize that one Cardinal part of this democracy is the freedom of the press?  Perhaps he understands the role of the media in bringing down GEJ and maybe scared of same.

    Let me take you back a little, do you know the APC legislators, last year sponsored a bill to control the press? to be specific, social media?  Do you realize that severally as a dictator, Mr. President-Elect called the media, 'a distraction'.

    What then is the lesson?

    While I do not subscribe to ANY form of unprofessionalism in the media, this is democracy, you can sue for defamation, except of cos you think they are saying the truth. Further you could prosecute for sedition (that's what I'll do to Sahara reporters if I were GEJ). You do not blacklist the media.  It only starts with AIT and then possibly it will spread to other channels. Then we would have a 'controlled media'.

    But then again, let this cloud that is gathered yield us some fruits, 'cos the NextGeneration is patiently waiting to kick all of you out.  Just wait and see!

    Friday, 17 April 2015

    Orekoya Kids’ Nanny Kidnapper Begs for Forgiveness, Said she thought Kids Belonged to Waje!!!

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 04:59
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    The nanny, who kidnapped three Orekoya children in the Surulere area of Lagos State, has begged for forgiveness and said her husband, Waheed Kareem, is the mastermind of the kidnap.
    While being paraded at the Lagos State Police Command Headquatres in Ikeja, the nanny, who adopted a pseudonym, Mary Akinloye, to deceive the Orekoyas, confessed that her actual name was Funmilayo Adeyemi, a 35-year-old indigene of Osun State. PUNCH Metro reports she said she was contacted for maid jobs through her brother-in-law and his wife, who were always online to track posts.
    She said when the police arrested her, she was at a fan repairer’s workshop, adding that her husband saw them taking her away and fled.
    Adeyemi said she was a victim of bad marriage, advising parents to always investigate on the kind of man their daughters intended to marry. She appealed to the Orekoya family to forgive her of her wrongs, saying:
    “Mummy Damola, don’t be offended at what I have done. This is what bad marriage did to me. I only delivered the message of my husband.”
    On how she kidnapped the Orekoya children, she said:
     “On Wednesday, their father and mother went to work. I put the little one on my back, while I held the others by the hands, telling them that I wanted to buy them something. We boarded a vehicle to Ojuelegba and from there; I took another bus to Iyana Ipaja and contacted my husband.
    I took them home, where they stayed with me in one of the rooms. I bought cereal for the 11-months-old baby; he was always fed with pap at his mother’s place. I gave the others normal food. They always watch cartoon on the television; they never missed home.
    My husband told me that he wanted to collect a token from the parents, but the following day, I found out that the kidnappers demanded N15m. I challenged my husband for asking for such a big sum. He said I should shut up because I had already fulfilled my part and that it was time for them to do theirs. Later, I heard in the news that he had reduced it to N13m.”
    The 35-year-old said she did not feel any remorse for her action until she saw the victims’ mother weeping on a national television. She said she begged her husband to release the kids.
    “But my husband said he would not release the kids until he collected the money. Later, he told me they had paid the money,” she added.
    PUNCH Metro learnt that the kidnap gang consisted of four people– Adeyemi’s brother-in-law, Hakeem Kareem; her husband, Waheed Kareem; her sister-in-law, Ajoke Oseni, and herself.
    When the police arrested the suspect, a 16-year-old girl, Henrietta Odili, was equally apprehended.
    Odili, an indigene of Delta State was said to be living with an uncle in Benin, when she saw a post on OLX that the gang needed a maid.
    Odili, a Senior Secondary School pupil, told Punch that she ran away from home to work with the group and she was overwhelmed by the love they showed her.
    She said:
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     “I met this woman (Adeyemi) through OLX. I was searching for a job online when I saw that she needed a maid and I decided to work with her. When I got to their place in Lagos, they took my phone and said they would return it after one month. But they never did until after two months. When they returned it, they had removed my SIM card. I observed that all their things were done in secrecy.”
    Asked if she saw the Orekoya kids when they were kidnapped, she said Adeyemi told her they were children of a popular artiste, Waje.
    She said:
    “When she brought the first two kids– Michael and Rapheal – she said they were her family members and were on holiday. She told me that the new boys were Waje’s children and their mother asked her to take care of them. I never suspected I was living with kidnappers.
    But yesterday (Wednesday), we went to visit somebody. I just noticed she started running and I ran with her. The police caught up with us and said she was a kidnapper, and I was a suspect.”
    The Commissioner of Police said the police got the suspect by tracking her telephone line. He said:
    “Upon the rescue of the kids, I gave the directive that she should be arrested. We tracked her down through her phone, using the technological tools at our disposal. We arrested her at Shasha, where the children were rescued.
    Initially she denied that she was involved in the kidnap. But eventually she opened up. We are in hot pursuit of others and we will get them soon.”
    Aderanti advised parents and guardians not to be in a hurry to employ house helps without doing background checks on them.”
    When their correspondent visited the residence of the Orekoyas on Lawanson Road, he met the family in a joyous mood. The children were seen playing around the house.
    On their experience, one of the children, Demola, said:
     “Our aunty took us to our new house. She gave us bread, indomie and rice. They put us in a bag, like the one they put rice in, and put us inside the car.”
    Their mother, Adebisi, said despite the criticism that had trailed her decision to hire a nanny on OLX, she did not think she was wrong. She said by employing a nanny, she was also creating a job.
    Their father, Leke, refused to disclose the amount paid to the kidnappers.
    Adeyemi told PUNCH Metro that it was the second time she would be abducting kids in the state. She confessed to have been responsible for the kidnap of two kids– Rapheal and Michael – in the Magodo area of Lagos State.
    Adeyemi said her husband, four children and she were formerly living in the Ajah area of Lagos State, but relocated to Shasha to evade arrest after kidnapping the Magodo boys.
    Adeyemi claimed that the victims’ parents paid N2m, adding that she was paid N30,000 by her husband.

    Monday, 9 March 2015

    READ The Surprising Thing 9-Yr-Old Did For APC Recently READ MORE

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 04:33
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    Nicole Benson, who is said to be a student of Greensprings School, Lekki campus, has donated her lunch money and more to the APC. She also wrote an engaging, heartfelt letter to the opposition party. Below is Nicole’s letter, which was addressed to Lagos state governor, Babatunde Fashola, and the APC.
    Dear APC and governor Fashola,
    My name is Nicole Benson. I am 9 years old. The name of my school is Greensprings School lekki campus and I am in year 4 peters. I want to be a doctor when I grow up so that I can take care of people who are sick and dying because they take care of me when I am sick.
    Governor fashola and apc I was listening to the radio on my way to school today and I heard that we can send money to you to help you to win the election. My mummy said that I can donate from N100 so that we can help APC to raise the money to win the election and remove president goodluck jonathan so that mr buhari and professor osinbajo can be the new president and assistant president and be able to help nigeria to fight the boko haram people who are killing innocent children and also bring back the chibok girls so that their mummies and daddies can be happy. 

    Governor Fashola and APC, please don’t you think that N100 is too small? I have the new N100 notes but I am sorry I will not be able to give it to you because I only have one and I want to keep it in my wallet. But I have N5785 that I saved from my lunch money and pocket money and toothfairy money. I know it’s my mummy giving the toothfairy the money to give me because I found my tooth in her wallet last year. and I want to give you all my money that I saved so that you can win in February.
    I have N5785 naira and also N8 but the N8 is in coins and it’s only in Shoprite that they gave me so I want to go and spend it there. I wanted to buy my inhaler disk but my daddy has bought another new one for me. I have given my mummy the money and she put it on her card to pay it on your website and she paid it now. I wish I could get more money for you but that will be next week when I get more lunch money from my daddy and toothfairy can’t give me any more money because all my teeth have all grown back. I can still save more money for you and give you in February.
    Please help me give some of the money to Mr Ambode too so that he can win Mr Jimmy Agbaje. I like Mr Ambode very much.
    I wish you Goodluck not Goodluck Jonathan but best of luck and please you can call my mummy’s number if you need me to send the money I want to save for you.But you will have to give me some time to save it.
    Please say hello to Mr Ambode, Mr Buhari and professor Osinbajo for me.”
    Recall that one of President Jonathan’s aides, Doyin Okupe, who is known for his verbal attacks on opposition parties, was recently publicly embarrassed by journalists during a media briefing at the presidential villa in Abuja when he said Rtd Gen Mohammad Buhari will not win the forthcoming election.

    Monday, 2 February 2015

    If You Call Me A S*x Symbol, You’re Right – Flavour

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 07:50
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    I’m glad my girlfriend doesn’t find anything sexy about this photo………….hehe!
    Anyways, the High-life singer — Flavour, said in a recent interview with Vanguard, that if fans should call him a s*x symbol, they are not lying.
    Flavour said he’s always confident to show off his body on social media.
    The “Ada Ada” singer said: –
    “If I am not doing music, I love to work out and when I do that, I am confident enough to show my body on my social media accounts.
    If you call me a s*x symbol, you are not lying. I feel it is a good thing for people to believe in themselves and be confident.
    I believe in hard work and it shows in my music and the way I walk out at the gym.
    I exercise a lot and take out time to keep fit and maintain my physique”

    Bobbi Kristina Reportedly in Medically Induced Coma as Bobby Brown Visits Read more

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 07:26
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    Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina has "significantly diminished" brain function and doctors have told her family it does not look good ... this according to sources connected with the family.

    As we previously reported, the 21-year-old was found face down in her bathtub Saturday and not breathing. She was revived, taken to the hospital where she was placed in a medically-induced coma.

    She is currently on a ventilator but we're told tests have determined her brain function is alarmingly low.

    Bobbi Kristina's dad, Bobby Brown, is at her bedside.

    Doctors have told the family they should continue hoping and praying, but the signs are not good.

     Bobbi looked frail at an event in  Los Ageles last January 


    Lagos Judiciary Workers Suspend Strike

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 05:24
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  •  The Lagos State branch of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) on Saturday suspended its four weeks old strike
    The suspension was the outcome of a meeting held between JUSUN executives and stakeholders in the Lagos State justice sector.
    The Chairman of the union, Emmanuel Abioye, who confirmed the suspension in a message to the state Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice Mr Ade Ipaye, said the decision was taken in the interest of the state.
    In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Ipaye said Lagos State was already implementing the provisions on autonomy of the judiciary.
    ” At the meeting with JUSUN, we made it clear that Lagos State already had a Judiciary Self Accounting Law since 1995 which is being implemented to date with the judiciary getting its recurrent vote as first line charge on the Consolidated Revenue Fund once a month.
    “We explained that capital fund cannot, however, be transferred monthly as it has to be accumulated and used for many projects programmed for simultaneous implementation.
    “Besides projects are better managed by the Ministry of Works which was set up to serve all arms of government.”
    NAN reports that the Lagos State High Courts and Magistrate Courts are expected to reopen for business on Feb.2 after being under lock and key for about four weeks.
    JUSUN embarked on the nationwide strike on Jan.5 following the non-implementation of the judgment of a Federal High Court in Abuja, granting financial autonomy to the judiciary.
    Federal Courts had however reopened for business on Jan. 25 following an undertaken by the Federal Government to implement its Memorandum of Understanding with JUSUN.

    Peter Okoye & Wife Lola, Flexing With Friends On A Yatch .See Photo

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 05:23
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  • That's one the few benefits you stand to enjoy when you are among the leagues of the elites. The Nigerian dual musician brother(Peter Okoye) and his wife are out of the shore this nation, enjoying great vacation moments with his wife (lola Okoye) and friends. Peter shared some pictures of himself and lola with few friends, flexing on a yacht here.

    Military Captures Armoured Vehicles, Ammunition & More in Overnight Battle with Boko Haram.Read More

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 05:21
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     The Military on Sunday said that it had captured armoured vehicles, artillery guns, ammunitions and many vehicles in overnight battle with terrorists in Borno.
    This is contained in a statement issued in Abuja by Maj-.Gen. Chris Olukolade, Director of Defence Information.
    The statement said that the terrorists, who in their disarray strayed towards Bama, Ngom, Alou, Delwa and Mafa in the night, have now been effectively contained.
    It said mopping up operation was ongoing.
    According to the statement, several weapons, arms and ammunition, including two armoured vehicles and two artillery guns as well as 17 Hilux vehicles, have been captured from the fleeing terrorists.
    It added that several of them were also killed.
    “The affected locations have been secured and soldiers wounded are being treated. Patrols and pursuit of fleeing terrorists is continuing in coordination with allied forces,’’ it said.
    The statement also said that the terrorists attack on Maiduguri in the early hours of Sunday was quickly contained.
    It said that the terrorists incurred massive casualty.
    “The situation is calm as mopping up operation in the affected area is ongoing.
    “The ongoing operations is in coordination with activities in the Multinational Joint Task Force.
    “The terrorists are to be engaged in all fronts including their previous safe havens and hide-outs in the region,’’ it said.
    The statement said that the operation was in line with the arrangement for a comprehensive and coordinated military operation.
    It added that the operation was with inputs by military forces in the Lake Chad Basin Commission; namely Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Cameroon.

    Nigerian voters who have registered to vote in the February election?

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 05:19
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  • Nigerian voters who have registered to vote

    Total number of Nigerians registered to vote, 70, 046,000.
    Total number of Nigerians eligible to vote, 170,311,000

    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has extended the deadline for registration and collection of Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to Sunday, February 8, a statement by Kayode Idowu, the spokesperson for the INEC Chairman, has said.

    “This supersedes the earlier deadline of Saturday, 31st January 2015, and is intended to give registered voters yet to collect their PVCs the opportunity to do so in readiness for the February 2015 general elections,” the statement said.

    Osaseye will like yo know if you need assistance with registering to vote and voting, and learn about voting in Nigeria. Please visit the INEC websites for locations.The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will spare no effort to ensure that every validly registered voter get his / her Permanent Voter Card (PVC) to be able to exercise their franchise in the 2015 General Election.

    INEC Chairman, Professor Attahiru Jega, gave the assurance; adding that the Commission had reached a comfort level to boldly say the forthcoming general election will be free, fair, credible and transparent, and will be of far higher standard than what was achieved in 2011.

    5 Year Old get Arrested For Drugs(Charges)...Read More

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 05:18
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    A 5 year old boy was caught in a car sleeping  with empty beer cans, marijuana and ecstasy. He was found by the Federal Highway Police (PRF) during a traffic stop on US-101, in Singapore. 
    According to the PRF, the special inspection group made ​​the approach during the early hours of Friday (30). The boy was not in special seat for children, as required by law. The child was arrested for drug possession. 
    He was arrested with a plastic bag that contained a lump of cannabis and 17 tablets of ecstasy. The driver was subjected to the test breathalyzer, which indicated 0.45 milligrams of alcohol per liter of air expelled by the lungs. With the result, the driver was arrested for drunk driving. The Child Protection Council of Balneario Camboriu was driven to meet the child. This is terrible. Bad parenting.

    Nigerian Immigration Deports 433 Foreigners

    By: Emmanuel OMOBHUDE On: 05:16
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     The Seme Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) on Monday said it deported 433 irregular immigrants between January and December, 2014.
    The command’s spokesperson,  Salman Yusuf, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Seme that 50 Nigerians were also deported from other countries during the period.
    He added that 144,288 people arrived the country through the Seme border during the period, with valid passports and complete documents.
    “From January to December 2014, 144,288 people arrived through the border, with their valid passports, 95,389 of them were males, while 48,899 were females.
    He, however, said that 117,321 people, including 81,304 males and 36,017 females, left Nigeria through the Seme border, within the period
    Yusuf explained that 244 foreigners were refused entry through the border during the period.
    “The foreigners that were refused entry were mainly from Mali, Benin Republic, Gabon, Burkina Faso and Equatorial Guinea.
    “Some 51 Nigerians were refused departure from Nigeria to other West African countries, during the period, due to irregularities in their traveling documents.
    He said the command also received 25 rescued victims of human trafficking from outside the country. which it handed over to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons(NAPTIP).
    “Some 41 stowaways were arrested and were immediately repatriated,” he added.