Saturday, May 24, 2014

Video: Fake P*nis removed from a Lady's Private part by Doctors

#3 Top S3xiest Female Artistes In Nigeria

I’m looking for my Johnny!!! I actually didn’t know who Yemi Alade was neither did I notice her figure sempe until her hit Single video “Johnny”

Her real names are Yemi Eberechi Alade she’s currently signed to Effyzzie Music Group. 


#4 Top S3xiest Female Artistes In Nigeria

Born to two Nigerian parents from Delta State, Emma Nyra iN based Texas was where she was born and raised. She is HOT, darzall


Caleb University students asked to pay for damages caused during riot

On Wednesday May 14th, students of Caleb University, Imota Lagos, continued a rampage destroying school property after a college security personnel disrupted a Muslim student's prayers. The student had other grievances. (Read here)

Well, it appears the institution wants to make  every student, whether active in the riot or not to cover damages caused that day. In a text provided for sent  to students yesterday, Caleb University asked male students to pay  N100k and female students to pay for N50k. See part of the text sent below... 

Soldiers shaves man's hair because it was hairy

Something happened recently in Warri and I'd be grateful if you're able to share it on your blog so that folks could be more alert to the madness perpetuated by army officers who're said to be protecting the citizens of the great nation.

On Monday the 19th of May, 2014, my nephew was a lone passenger in a Keke (commercial tricycle) on his way returning from work along PTI road, Effurun. The Keke was flagged down by some soldiers for no obvious reason. They told him to get down and kneel down which he did. Before he could grasp what was going on, they'd started initially to shave off his hair with a couple of scissors, claiming that his hair was too bushy. Attached is a picture of what his hair appeared  when he arrived home.
Can't a responsible child move about freely in his country anymore or is this a way to try to provoke youths to restiveness? Unfortunately, the soldiers, who'd been terrorizing residents and passersby that area for the entire day, had no name tags on the uniforms. The army Toyota Hilux with registration number 148 is the only real exhibit through which they could be traced.

March Against Monsanto

Today May 24, millions of activists from around the world will once again March Against Monsanto, calling for the permanent boycott of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and other harmful agro-chemicals. Currently, marches will occur on six continents, in 52 countries,with events in over 400 cities. In the US, solidarity marches are slated to occur in 47 states."

Nigeria: $6bn in 2014 Budget To “Fight Boko Haram

The Federal Gov-ernment is to spend N968 billion or one qauarter of its 2014 budget, estimated at N4.964 trillion to fight against the Boko Haram insurgency in the country, according to the provisions of the budget signed into law by President Goodluck Jonathan,Wednesday but made public yesterday.

Altogether, about N10. 88 trillion has been estimated as revenue accruing to the three tiers of government within the same period.

Video clip of General Murtala Muhammed’s speech , Nigeria’s Most Popular Leader

Another Bomb Strike Foiled by Police in Kubwa, Abuja

Police in Kubwa, one of the most populated satellite towns in Abuja this afternoon foiled a bomb attack by suspected Boko Haram sects. The bomb loaded in a few cooking gas cylinders and being conveyed by a vehicle was intercepted around Channel 8 junction, near a mosque. The mosque is found across the Kubwa village market. Although details still remain sketchy, the suspects have previously been taken up to the zone 4 police station for further interrogation. 

Governor Akpabio Demands ₦200million Annual pay, Mansion, After Leaving Office

Barely annually to his exit from office, Governor Godswill Akpabio of Akwa Ibom State has, initiated a law that will let  him pocket a whooping N200 million in annual pay after his tenure expires. Mr. Akpabio is allegedly also demanding other benefits including a brand new house, brand-new cars, furniture and luxurious living for the remainder of his life. 

Check out Behind The Scenes Photos From Zen Photo Shoot With The CEO Dancers

 Here are a few behind the scene shots from ZenMagazineAfrica photo shoot with the CEO dancers. The CEO dancers are made up of Ezinne Asinugo, Soliat Bada and Nqobilé Ntshangase. They are Africa’s hottest female dancers and are presently one of the most popular in the UK after their run on Simon Cowell’s Talent show Britain’s Got Talent.
 See another one after the break.

Friday, May 23, 2014

United Nation Security Council committee blacklists Boko Haram

 The United Nation Security Council committee yesterday May 22nd blacklisted Islamic sect Boko haram following the Nigerian government on Wednesday May 21st made a request asking for the sect to be blacklisted. A statement released by the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power says the move was to help close all avenue of funding received by Boko Haram members
"Today, the Security Council took an important step in support of the government of Nigeria’s efforts to defeat Boko Haram and hold its murderous leadership accountable for atrocities. By adding Boko Haram to the U.N.’s 1267 (al Qaeda) sanctions list, the Security Council has helped to close off important avenues of funding, travel and weapons to Boko Haram, and shown global unity against their savage actions,”

Ugandan President ridicules Pres. GEJ for accepting international assistance

While speaking at a campaign rally yesterday, Uganda's President, Yoweri Museveni mocked President Jonathan for accepting foreign assistance to help fight Boko Haram. The former guerrila fighter said he'd rather commit suicide than ask the international community to guard his people against terrorists
“I have never called the United Nations to guard us. Me, Yoweri Museveni to say that I have failed to protect my people and I call on the UN: I would rather hang myself. We prioritized national security by developing a strong Army, otherwise our Uganda would be like DRC, South Sudan, Somalia or Nigeria where militias have disappeared with school children.
“It would be a vote of no confidence in our country and citizens if we cannot guarantee our security. What kind of persons would we be?” He said

President GEJ signs 2014 budget into law

The 2014 budget has been signed into law by President Goodluck Jonathan. The president signed the budget into law today, May 23rd, after the statutory process of legislative scrutiny was completed.  Coordinating Minister for the Economy and Minister of Finance Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, and the DG of the Budget Office are expected to deal with the press later today on the budget signing

Motorcycle Riders Lynch 2 Policemen In Festac Lagos State

Two policemen serving at Area ‘E’ Festac Town, Lagos State, western Nigeria, have been reportedly lynched by angry commercial motorcycle riders in the area.
Sources said the victims, a sergeant and an inspector simply called Bashiru, were lynched when they attempted to seize some motorcycles at notorious spot called Aso Rock in Festac Town.

I can't give go-ahead for hunters to go into Sambisa Forest - Gov Shettima

Borno State governor, Kashim Shettima, yesterday said he appreciated the patriotism of the local hunters who showed their readiness to go into Sambisa forest, but pointed out that he had no authority to give them permission to proceed, saying that, only the president and commander-in-chief of the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria could do so.

US Crackdown on ‘Yahoo boys’ In Canada, USA & South Africa

The United States has dealt a major crackdown on Nigeria’s Yahoo gang, with arrests of 16 people in several US cities, Canada and South Africa.   Most of the people arrested were Nigerians.  The suspects were arrested on charges that they took part in a fraud that used stolen information to get money and goods and then ship them to South Africa and Nigeria, according to documents unsealed in federal court in Gulfport, Mississippi Tuesday. 

Rev King Is In Prison But See What’s Happening In His Church

Seven years after the General Overseer of the Christian Praying Assembly, Lagos, Rev Chukwuemeka Ezeugo, aka Reverend King, was convicted for murder and attempted murder, Folashade Adebayo attended a service in the church to see how things are going.
Last Sunday was another anniversary celebration of the Christian Praying Assembly, Isolo, Lagos. But as at 9am when Punch correspondent got there, the imposing three black gates of the church were still shut. If not for a number of cars parked opposite the church and a middle-aged man who stood by one of the imposing gates, praying earnestly, one would have concluded that the church, founded by the convicted Chukwuemeka Ezeugo, also known as Rev. King, was on a recess.

Alleged ‘Bird woman’ sons surface, deny mum’s witchcraft accusation

Two men – children of the unidentified elderly woman who was almost lynched by a mob in the Ajegunle area of Lagos after being accused of witchcraft – have identified the victim as their mother.
They said the octogenarian was not a witch, but a victim of the nature and had been missing from home.
P- Metro had reported on Wednesday that the elderly woman was attacked by a mob which accused her of being a black bird that transformed into a human being.

Jonathan may be Nigeria's last president - Ex-Gov. Orji Uzor Kalu

Former Governor of Abia state, Dr Orji Uzor Kalu, while speaking with airport correspondents yesterday as he returned from a trip to the UK, said if things are not properly checked politically, President Jonathan might be the last president Nigeria will have.

"When I was travelling precisely on the 26 of April, I left this airport and I spoke to the airport correspondents and I said there was a need to collaborate with international organisations. You see, this issue is not about President Goodluck Jonathan. If we don’t take time and work together as Nigerians, Jonathan might be the last Nigerian President. Jonathan might be the Gorbachev of Nigeria. And that is the truth, so we better wake up. Political class, business class, military, civilians must now stand up to work for our internal security. Internal security is more important than anything we have done and I believe that once we are able to come together Nigeria will be alright. As of now the country is in pains; the country is in problem and some people are taking it very lightly. 
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