Friday, 30 November 2012

Lágbájá – Omo Jayejaye



This is hilarious  with likes of Adekola Odunlade and Rachel Oniga in it. This new single “Omo Jayejaye” is from his new album “200 Million Mumu – The Bitter Truth”

World's Highest paid musicians 2012

$110 million in pretax earnings, Dr. Dre is this year's top-earning musician

2:  Roger Waters - $158 milion
3:Elton John - $80 million
4:Ireland’s U2- $78 million
5:British boy band (Take That rounds) - $69 million
6. Bon Jovi ($60 million)
7:Spears ($58 million)
8. Paul McCartney ($57 million, tie)
8. Taylor Swift ($57 million, tie)
10. Justin Bieber ($55 million, tie)


Fashola Arrest a police officer for breaking one of the Okada rules

Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola yesterday arrested a police officer who rode a 100CC engine motorcycle popularly called Okada on the Agege Motor Road, Ikeja.

The officer, Mr. Ebahan Johnson was accosted on the ever busy express road by the Governor during an inspection of projects in the Lagos-West senatorial district.

Johnson, who had earlier resisted arrest, surrendered on realising it was the Governor. Fashola had warned that Okada should not ply the express road with a motorcycle with such capacity and without helmet.




Fashola said: “There is no one that is above the law. If anyone cannot submit itself to the law of the state, then that person should please leave.” He warned that the state government will not condone any act by anyone violating the state’s road traffic law which was signed to bring sanity into road transportation. “There is no society where laws are not broken but the state government will increase its enforcement in order for residents to comply with the law. And as we move on the road and we see any one violating the law, we will stop and arrest them”, Fashola said. On the officer, the governor stated that the officer would be handed to the Commissioner of Police, Umar Manko for proper prosecution. “I am sure he would be prosecuted,” he said.

Army to kick civilians out of military barracks nationwide

The eviction of non-soldiers from barracks is coming on the heels of two successful attacks by suspected terrorists in the first two days of this week.

Two car bombers had on Sunday struck at the St. Andrew Military Protestant Church inside the prestigious Armed Forces Command and Staff College, in Jaji, near Kaduna. The college houses the officers and men of the Infantry Centre and School as well as the Nigerian Army Peace Keeping Centre .

Also on Monday, gunmen, numbering 40, launched an attack on the office of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Abuja, where suspects were being held. Two policemen and one of the gunmen were killed in the incident.


Ihejirika said at the closing of the Chief of Army Staff Annual Conference in Asaba, Delta State, that he had already issued a directive to commanders in charge of military formations to take immediate action in ridding the military formations of illegal occupants. The COAS also warned that the leadership of the Army would ensure that reported lapses were treated decisively.

 He said, “That one (purging the barracks of illegal occupants) is obvious. I have already informed the commanders and they know. The commanders would not wait for the Chief of Army Staff before taking action. Rather, from next week, I want to see action in respect of illegal squatters and similar things.” The Commander in charge of Army Engineering, Maj. Gen. Olaniyi, who took the last presentation at the conference, had called attention to the fact that barracks being rehabilitated were accommodating a large number of civilians in places like the Ikeja Cantonment and Asaba. Olaniyi, who said that the Ojo Cantonment had become haven for criminals, warned that unless decisive steps were taken, even foreigners would be more than soldiers in some rehabilitated barracks. He had said that the number of civilians living in the cantonment was even more than that of soldiers. Ihejirika insisted that the bombing at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College was avoidable, stressing that absence a perimeter fence did not offer any commander an excuse to allow such an incident to happen. He said that about 80 of the barracks in the country had not been fenced and urged the commanders to put in their best in the area of intelligence gathering and security maintenance. Meanwhile, Ihejirika has promised Nigerians “a more comprehensive action by the military and all the security agencies” in 2013. He said that the military would be decisive in 2013, stressing that it was part of the decision of the conference that unit commanders must pay more attention to effective liaison, supervision and monitoring of personnel under them. The COAS said, “Nigerians should expect more comprehensive action by the military and all the security agencies. Part of the decisions arrived at is that unit commanders should liaise more and they should supervise and monitor their personnel more closely than they had done in the past. So 2013 would be decisive.” He said that the Nigerian Army had been collaborating with other security agencies, including the Nigerian Police, the Nigerian Intelligence Agency and foreign bodies to enhance intelligence gathering and dissemination. He said the conference also agreed on the need for “national intelligence fusion” to enhance intelligence gathering.

He said, “The conference also emphasised the need for national intelligence fusion. What it means is that all the various measures are going to be fast tracked to ensure that intelligence is further enhanced. “And you should know that it is a running battle because the people you are fighting are people within the country. So they know what measures you are even taking. They know that. So that is why I also drew the attention of commanders to devise new tactics in dealing with the problem. “Certain groups are going to be set up too to monitor the commanders in the field and, no mistake about it, command responsibility is one area we will emphasise more next year.” Ihejirika also ordered the painting of all operational vehicles of the Nigerian Army donated by state governments, corporate bodies, in Army colour.

 He also said that the different uniforms of the Army should be used only for authorised specified activities. Also on Thursday, the Agence France Presse reported that Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, had expressed solidarity with global jihadists, saying the United States and Britain “should witness that we are with our mujahedeen brothers.” Shekau, in the 39-minute video posted on jihadists forum, was quoted to have said in Arabic that,”The world should witness, and America, Britain, Nigeria and other crusaders, meaning America and Britain, should witness, and the Jews of Israel who are killing the Muslims in Palestine should witness… that we are with our mujahedeen brothers in the cause of Allah everywhere.”

Buhari ‘s daughter is dead

Zulai, the first daughter of former Head of State and a former presidential candidate, Maj-Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), is dead.

She died on Thursday evening after delivering a baby in Nasara Hospital,Marafa Estate in Kaduna.
Nigerians only got to know the 40-year-old lady after her death.

Zulaiha, who was born on December 5, 1972, studied at the Department of Economics Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

She left behind Amira, Moh’d and the two-day-old baby girl.

The former Federal Capital Territory Minister, Nasir el-rufai, said, “May the soul of Zulaihatu, the eldest daughter of General Muhammadu Buhari, rest in perfect peace.”

Unfortunately she was sickle cell.


Thursday, 29 November 2012

$5,000 Stolen In Chris Oyakhilome's Vault?

Rumour had that the Believers Love World (BLW) popularly known as Christ Embassy headquarters, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos is more than shocking if it is anything to go by. Impeccable sources exclusively revealed to Enquirer Magazine that the church headquarters, which is the venue of their annual International Conference IPPC, is currently being shaken to its root due to the $5,000 US dollars that was cleverly stolen from the Central Finance Department on Tuesday, November 13, 2012.

Another Nude poise from Kate Moss and Naomi campbell


Campbell posed in one of her most daring shoots, as she went completely topless, showing off her nipples in all their glory.

Tonto Dikeh & Terry G record hit track

                  According to report the two stars are collaborating a new single. Hmm! Interesting!

A car made out of Basket

This car is made out of Basket in Ibadan.
Oh yeah! what happens when heavy rain falls?



Basketmouth and owners of the other fun spots affected as police raid mainland

According to report the raid scared away many patrons which has led to loss of millions of naira in revenue.


On Friday November 23rd, the Nigerian police, without warning or any particular reason, raided four clubs located on University Road, Akoka, Yaba Lagos. The raid, led by the DPO from Yabo-Sabo police station, affected Basketmouth's EmBARssy lounge located at 12 University Rd, where at least 10 individuals were arrested without any reason.

They were released the next day. The police officers were said to have harassed and arrested people at will in the midnight raid which saw them roving all around the clubs and lounges in three Black-Maria and two Hilux vehicles. However, one club (Road Runners) which was relaunching that same night was not raided like the others in the neighbourhood, prompting other patrons to ask questions.

Please continue... People are alleging that the owners of Road Runners (Diran and Sobowale) may have deliberately used the police to frustrate EmBARssy Lounge, which has since become the most patronized fun spot in in the area. Basketmouth and owners of the other fun spots affected by the raid are planning to petition the Lagos State Commissioner of Police against the action of the Sabo-Yaba police station officers, as the raid reportedly scared away many patrons which has led to loss of millions of naira in revenue. Meanwhile, the Lagos State Police Command has described the allegation of being biased as unfounded and an act of wickedness. Reacting on the police raid, the PPRO, Ngozi Braide told reporters that the affected club owners were only being sentimental. "It is not possible for any club or lounge to control the Lagos State Police Command and the commissioner of Lagos.

That is wickedness on the part of anybody insinuating this. It was a joint operation by Rapid Response Squad (RRS) and Area C. It happened in the early hours of saturday. They targeted black spots" Braide explained.




FEC approves N4.333bn for procurement of trains, coaches



The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved N4.333 billion contract for the procurement of trains and coaches, Transport Minister Idris Umar, said.

Umar stated this after the Council meeting presided over by President Goodluck Jonathan at the State House, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.


He said the council had also approved contracts for the procurement of air-conditioned trains which would be deployed to the Lagos-Kano rail axis in an anticipation of its formal opening before the Christmas. He said the council also approved contract for the procurement of two sets of five-car diesel multiple unit with a capacity of 540 passengers.

The minister said contract for the procurement of additional six number of 60-seater passenger coaches for intra-city mass transit service had also been approved. The contracts, he said, were awarded to Messrs CSR NANJIMG PUZHEN Co. Ltd. and Kin Tech Nig. Ltd with completion period of 13 months.

FEC approves N2.2bn for the construction of a new banquet hall in the Presidential Villa

The Federal Executive Council, yesterday,  approved the construction of a new banquet hall in the Presidential Villa for the sum of N2.2 billion.
The approval is part of  the final set of N19.4 billion contracts for this year covering road construction, rail transportation and infrastructural development in the Federal Capital Territory.

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, who briefed State House correspondents after the meeting, said the new banquet hall would have a capacity of 150 seats. He said subsequent Federal Executive Council meetings would be devoted to reviewing what had been achieved by government in the last one year.

 Dr Abati, who stood in for the Minister of Information, Labaran Maku, said aside from the roads, rail and other contracts, the council also approved the award of contract for the conduct of fiscal allocation and statutory disbursement audit for 2007 to 2011 as well as oil and gas industry audit. He said the approval was in conformity with section 2 of the NEITI Act 2007. He said: "The objective of this initiative is to ensure transparency and accountability in the application of resources from payments received from extractive industries and to further ensure that all fiscal allocations and statutory disbursements due from the Federal Government to statutory recipients were dully made."

Abati noted that the essence of the contract was to enable NEITI track extractive industry sector funds paid into the federation account as distributed and received by federal, state and local government areas. He said there would also be special emphasis on the application, utilization of the funds, on beneficiaries of the 13 per cent derivation and relevant federal institutions that directly received allocations from the Federation Account.

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Apostle Anselm Madubuko’s daughter wedding

                                  Anselm Madubuko                             The Couple
The General Overseer of Revival Assembly Church, Apostle Anselm Madubuko is happy again. After losing his wife few months ago. His 23year old daughter, Velma who just graduated from a Canadian University had her traditional marriage last week Thursday.  The church wedding will take place this Saturday, 1st of Dec. at Revival Assembly Church.


ELOY 2012 Winners-Those who made it happen!

ELOY 2012 Winners
Female Photographer of the year- Yetunde Ayeni-Babaeko
Female TV Presenter of the year- Helen Paul
Female On-Air-Personality of the year- Kayla Oniwo
Female Fashion Designer of the year- Kenny Okorie of Keto Couture
Make-up Artist of the year- Lola Maja-Okojevoh
Stylist of the year- Lucy Phil-Ebosie
Actress of the year- Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde(Ties that Bind)
Female Brand Ambassador of the year- Stephanie Linus
Female Producer of the year- Emem Isong(I'll Take my Chances)
Sportswoman of the year-Blessing Okagbare & Esther Onyema
Beauty Brand of the year- Sleek
Food Manufacturing Company of the year- Dufill Limited(Manufacturers of Indomie Noodles)
Entrepreneur of the year- Honourable Chief Mrs Oluremi Dangaji, CEO APlus Model Agency, Zakamfa Travel & Tourism, APlus Record Label, APlus Entertainment.
Female banker of the year- Mrs Marian Abubakar, Regional Manager, Eko Bank South-South

Tiwa Savage's Buba and wrapper outfit at the Eloy Awards

So much buzz on Tiwa's Buba and wrapper outfit she wore to the Eloy Awards(Exquisite Lady of the Year (ELOY), which place on Sunday 25th November 2012 at the Porsche Showroom Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Was there anything really wrong with that order than her being proud of our culture by wearing that! What's your thought on this?




I never said“I married my wife out of pity"-Joseph Benjamin


Omotola Ekeinde's reality tv show debuts in 8days



: 8 DAYS TO GO: Omotola reality TV series, OMOTOLA: THE REAL ME, debuts December 6 on AfmagEnT chn 151 !

New Sect Claims Responsibility for SARS Headquarters attack in Abuja

On Monday, another radical Islamist sect- Jama’atu Ansarul Muslimina Fi Biladis Sudan has claimed responsibility for the attack.

The unedited excerpt of the email claiming responsibility reads: “ In the name of Allah most Graciuos most Merciful

“The Jama’atu Ansarul Muslimina Fi Biladis-sudan is hereby declaring by Allah’s grace to be the responsible for the attack held on 12th Muharram, 1334 – 26th November, 2012, on S.A.R.S. detention facility in Garki area II, Abuja Nigeria.

“Allah SWT has obligated us to help those that are oppressed, especially those oppressions that is taking place in the security cells, prisons and other detention centers etc. and has become part of the main functions and basics that form Jama’atu Ansasrul Muslimina fi Biladissudan.

“We are stating loud and clear that many of those captured by the Nigerian security or by the Christian in Plateau state such as the women and children in Langtang, Yalwan Shandam etc to mention but a few. by Allah’s grace we are matching towards their freedom.


 “Lastly, we are calling upon all Muslims to come and joined hands with us in carrying out this noble duty that Allah SWT has commanded us to do, Allah SWT said: “And what is the matter with you that you fight not in the cause of ALLAH, and for the feeble among men, and for women and children oppressed…”. Nisa’i:75. “Abu Usamatal Ansari (Amir JAMBS).”

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

O.B.O- a new clothing line from Davido


Ex-banker suspends hunger strike after 2 Weeks as Fashola intervenes


Olubiyi Odunaro, the 53-year-old do you guys remember when I posted this,lets hope Gov.Fashola comes to his aid on his request


“Governor Fashola who was worried about his state of health formed an inter-ministerial committee comprising medical, legal and welfare officials and directed me to lead the team to persuade him to end his hunger strike. “As a responsible government we don’t want a dead casualty in our hands as a result of this protest. Once he ends this protest, we would first provide him medical service while the Lagos State Directorate of Citizens Rights would engage the authorities concerned in a comprehensive dialogue.”

Akinsola said the Lagos State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Ade Ipaye, had given him his word on free legal services to Odunaro and other ex-workers of non-consolidated banks seeking the payment of their entitlements if the negotiations become unfruitful. “We will mediate and talk to the right people and we believe reason will prevail in this matter and if not, lawyers from the Lagos State Ministry of Justice will work in conjunction with the lawyer of the group and ensure that justice prevails and everyone of them gets their entitlement,” he added. John Ogunniyi, who led a legal team from the Public Complaints Commission, implored Odunaro to end the hunger strike.

 He said, “The Lagos Commissioner of the Public Complaints Commission, Funso Olukoga, sends his word that you end this protest and go back home while we look into your complaints. “We’ve listened to the complaints and we are going back to report to the commissioner and see the best we can do concerning it. “We are making this appeal because of your health and the negative consequences it may have on you.

The commissioner has given us the authority to ensure that the matter is resolved.” After persuasion and engagement by the state officials and consultation with members of the Association of Ex-Staff of Non-Consolidated Bank, who had gathered at the site which lasted for about three hours, Odunaro who clocked 53 on Monday announced the suspension of the protest. He said, “This struggle is not only about myself; it’s about the right of over 14,000 ex-workers of non-consolidated banks who are ably represented here today. “The Lagos State Government and the PCC have given me and my people their word and I would hold on to it. My other colleagues too have appealed to me to give the state government the opportunity to play their part in this matter.

 “In view of this, I announce the suspension of my hunger strike for two weeks to enable me to go for medical treatment and allow the state government play its part in this debacle.” President, Association of Ex-Staff of Non-Consolidated Bank, Magnus Maduka, said, “We will be leveraging on the clout of the state government and the promises of the Public Complaints Commission to get our entitlements which we have been fighting for for about seven years.” took him to the Medical Emergency of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital for medical attention.


Monday, 26 November 2012

Yvonne Nelson spotted in UK



Yvonne Nelson in the UK for a Gaga-esque themed photo shoot at the renowned Second Floor Studios and Arts in London.