Thursday, 31 March 2016

Rihanna almost goes stark naked


                                               'Kiss Me Better' Rihanna’s music video, take look


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Mariah carey's sister with HIV,pleads for Mariah to help her


This is a picture of Mariah carey and Alison before Mariah Carey’s fame, according to Dailymail
Alison says she went into prostitution to feed and take care of Mariah and her siblings before Mariah found fame and wealth.


55year old Morgan(their brother) hopes Mariah who has an estimated net worth of $510 million and is engaged to Australian billionaire James Packer, will come help them. In the short clip the penniless former prostitute is spaced out and slurring her words as brother Morgan asks for her permission to have the order lifted.

Morgan says: ‘Alison, look at me, you’re Alison Carey, are you Alison Carey?’ She responds: ‘Yes’. Morgan continues: ‘Today is September 15, 2015?’ ‘Yes’, she replied. ‘[Redacted] signed a “do not resuscitate”…do you want to revoke that order?’ Morgan asked the question three times and she responded, ‘I do’, each time. Morgan added : 'The worst is yet to come and Mariah has it in her power to at least ensure a soft landing and avoid a life time of regret about missing this opportunity to forgive and help her only sister.' ‘I would be hopeful, although I am not encouraged by the past, that Mariah would step up because she’s in a position to step up.

‘We’re talking about small change to these people, her fiancĂ© is a billionaire. ‘The least they could do is put Alison in a good hospital and make sure she gets the care she needs. ‘Mariah is the one person in the family who could actually make a real meaningful difference to Alison’s life.’ ‘It was painful for her to speak, you could hear the raspiness in her breath, she had had a tube down her throat for so long. ‘She looked like she had been beaten down by this whole experience, her eyes were foggy, her skin jaundice and she had very little motor control. ‘Every effort, every movement was very labored and painful and difficult , but she was very much alive.

‘I wanted to be able to prove that she was lucid, that she understood who she was, where she was, what was going on around her.

Wednesday, 30 March 2016

The Kardashians make huge money from Instagram



According to Page six,the kardashian have stepped it up from magazine,Tv s spots ads “Now, for $400,000, you get the Kardashians to post on Instagram.”Kim Kardashian, under the influence of her husband Kanye West, cuts her own deals for up to $200,000.But her sisters, under the management of mother Kris Jenner, work in unison. “The mother is doing bundle-buys.”

N800m suit against pastor Adefarasin& the Church,House on the Rock


Gerald Chukwueke, a businessman,takes Adefarasin& the Church to court for  N800m Suit which has been fixed by a Lagos High Court, Igbosere.

According to Dailytimes

Justice Adebisi Akinlade has fixed April 7 to hear the substantive suit. Chukwueke and four others through their counsel, are seeking the sum as damages against Adefarasin and his church for allegedly trespassing on their land located in Lekki area of the state. The businessman and other claimants: Chinelo Chukwueke, Mrs. Martha Chukwueke, Germaine Logistics Limited and Germaine Auto Centre Limited, are also seeking from the defendants the sum of N180 million as solicitor fees. Meanwhile, Justice Akinlade had granted an interim injunction restraining the defendants, including the Incorporated Trustees of the Rock Foundation, the Registrar of Titles, Lagos State Land Registry and the Attorney General of Lagos State from further trespassing on the land. Specifically, Justice Akinlade restrained the defendants, their servants, agents or privies from demolishing or removing any structure whatsoever – be they temporary or permanent on the claimants premises located at Plots 15, 16, 17 and 18, located at 188 Ikate, Lekki, Lagos.

 The court also barred the defendants from commencing any development, construction, building or erecting any structure whether temporary or permanent in any manner whatsoever on the land. The judge also restrained the defendants from selling, mortgaging the disputed land or pledging it as security in any manner or form. While directing the claimant’s lawyer to put the defendants on notice by serving all processes filed, so far, in the case, also held that the interim injunction shall abate after seven days from March 17, 2016, when the order was made. In the motion on notice, the claimants alleged that Pastor Adefarasin and his church, sometime in January 2016, repeatedly trespassed on their premises.

They also averred that when their lawyer wrote to them over the illegal action, the first and second defendant claimed that they acquired ownership and possession of the property by virtue of a Deed of Assignment registered as No. 98, in volume 2513, executed in their favour by Diamond Bank Plc. The claimants also alleged that investigation revealed that the purported acquisition of the property was fraudulent.

 According to them a forged Deed of third Party Legal Mortgage between Diamond Bank Plc and the 4th and 5th claimants was purportedly executed on March 5, 2012, mortgaging the property in favour of the bank. The claimants also alleged that the deed was not executed by the directors or any authorised signatory of the 4th and 5th claimants. They are, therefore, seeking a declaration that the Deed of Assignment between Diamond Bank and the Incorporated Trustees of the Rock Foundation be declared null, void and of no effect whatsoever. The claimants are praying the court for an order directing the Lagos State Government and the Registrar of Titles, Lagos State Land Registry to revoke the Deed of third Party Legal Mortgage between Diamond bank and the Incorporated Trustees of the Rock Foundation.

A teacher tries to rapes a pupil on a broad daylight


A 30-year-old male teacher surnamed Huo ,went stark naked,and tried to rape one of the students Taiping High School in Lingshan County. Teachers immediately intervened and managed to free the student from the the victim reportedly suffered no injuries.
The Publicity Department of Lingshan County released a statement confirming the incident. It said Huo has a suspected mental illness and works in the laboratories of the school



The statement said the teacher had received treatment in 2011 for psycotic episodes, however after two years he was declared fit to return to work.The school chose to base Huo in the laboratory and said he would not be allowed to teach classes. For the past five years he has performed well in his role.

 He has been taken to the hospital for treatment.

Last time was $130,000 and 50,000 pounds & now N5m falls off moving van in Lagos

Hmmmm! take a read

(Task Force) Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit says it recovered N5 million that fell off a bullion van on Lagos State House of Assembly Complex, Alausa, Ikeja. The money is said to have been lost around November and December 2015.

 Mr Taofik Adebayo, the Task Force Chairman, Olayinka Egbeyemi, disclosed that two police officers attached to the agency recovered the money. According to Egbeyemi, the two police officers namely Sergeant Ogunbiyi Agbabu and Inspector Eheziekia Abiona, disclosed that a bullion van drove pass them while they were on duty at the agency’s headquarters and something fell down which was later discovered to be N5 million. The chairman, while commending these officers, disclosed that similar thing was done to him when he was Divisional Police Officer (DPO) at Ilupeju Police Station where he won an award for returning $130,000 and 50,000 pounds to owners of a bullion van where the money was stolen.

 He thereby implored appropriate authority, especially the Police Authority and Lagos State Government to give commendation to these rare officers for their honesty and integrity so as to encourage others. Egbeyemi, however, stated that any bullion van that drove through Lagos State House of Assembly Complex around November to December 2015 with a missing N5 million should come forward with a strong cogent proof of ownership of the money.