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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

I'm sorry - Moesha Boduong apologises for disrespecting Ghanaian women in provocative CNN interview

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Ghanaian actress, Moesha Boduong has issued an apology following her provocative interview with CNN which generated a huge controversy on social media.
In the interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, the curvy actress argued that Ghana’s economy is so poor that as a woman, you need a man to take care of you and that Ghanaian women can’t make enough money to take care of themselves.
''Our economy is just in such a way that you just need someone to take care of you. You cannot make enough money as a woman here in Ghana because here in Ghana, when you want to rent an apartment you have to pay for two years and I just started working. When will I get money to get an apartment for two years?'' she said
When Amanpour asked her if she is basically saying she is having sex with her boyfriend essentially to pay her rent, she said ''Because he can afford to take care of me''.

Taking to Instagram last night to issue an apology, the curvy actress wrote: 
'Dear gh this is Moesha. I have been humbled by all that is going on and I have also learnt a lot in the last few days since the CNN video came out. I have had a lot of time to think and reflect and I APOLOGIZE TO ALL, ESPECIALLY MY AFRICAN SISTERS. I pray u all find it in your hearts to forgive me. 
'It was definitely not my intention to offend any of you. I respect all the hard-working women of our beloved country and accept that some of my utterances were not a reflection of what happens in most homes.'
'GOD works in mysterious ways and everything happens because he says so?? Thanks for the love, pieces of advice and criticisms. GOD bless us all! The full version of the interview drops this weekend and I hope you can appreciate what I said in its entirety. '
'Thank you. God bless you all!'

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Azaelia Banks gives full details of rape she suffered days ago, says her rapist was a White Wall Street guy

Azaelia Banks gives full details of rape she suffered days ago, says her rapist was a White Wall Street guy





Last Saturday, Azealia Banks took to her Instagram Story to tell fans she had just been raped, but she gave no details at the time. She has now told the full story of what happened to her.
The 26-year-old rapper posted and quickly deleted an Instagram story claiming she just got raped on Saturday morning. It was reported that she was on her way to the police office headquarters to report the incident. At the time, she was in a bad state.
Earlier Page Six reported that after the incident Azealia said:
I just feel so dirty and stupid right now, you know? We were just hanging out and one thing led to another. I just feel really dumb, because it was partially my fault… I’m just like sitting here like feeling f–king low and sh-t… I just want to f–king disappear right now.
But days have passed and the rapper is in a better place and now able to share her story. She believed she was drugged with "ghb" by her rapist, who she says is a "White NYC financial district druggard". She claimed she was aware of what was going on though she was drugged. She added that she was "dry" so there was no real penetration because she struggled with her assailant. However, she also said she "was alert enough to make sure there were condoms". This part of her story has made people doubt her story.
Some have said her story is inconsistent because it can't have happened the way she said it did if she waited to make sure he wore a condom.
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Azaelia Banks gives full details of rape she suffered days ago, says her rapist was a White Wall Street guy
Azaelia Banks gives full details of rape she suffered days ago, says her rapist was a White Wall Street guy
Azaelia Banks gives full details of rape she suffered days ago, says her rapist was a White Wall Street guy
Azaelia Banks gives full details of rape she suffered days ago, says her rapist was a White Wall Street guy
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Man pulls up to his baby mama's job and shoots her and a coworker for having an affair

Man pulls up to his baby mama

A man turned himself in to police after shooting the mother of his three kids and her co-worker because he learned they were having an affair.
Tadarrius Winters, 22, arrived at an IHOP restaurant in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on Sunday afternoon, and shot at his baby mama, Destinee Franks, 21, and her co-worker Mylik Butcher, 23. Mylik Butcher was pronounced dead at the scene while Destinee was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Explaining what led up to the incident, Destinee told police that Tadarriusis, the father of her three children, got access to her phone and saw text messages that she and co-worker Mylik were exchanging. She said that out of jealousy, Tadarriusis came to her workplace and started asking her about the text messages he saw. That's when he fired several shots at them, killing Butcher.
Mourning his son, Butcher's father, Mike Butcher, said in tears: "My son was a happy son, a happy son."
With tears pooling in his eyes, Butcher's father continued: "For somebody to shoot somebody in the side and walk over them and straight up shoot them 4 more times? Like an execution. You tell me that guy didn’t know what he was doing? Or he didn’t plan all of this? My son went out there to try and help the girl out and he shot him four times. He just cold-blooded kill my son."
Tadarrius Winters, has been charged with murder. Bail on that charge has been set at $1,000,000. Additionally, a $500,000 bail has been set on the Aggravated Assault charge for wounding Franks.
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Betty Irabor writes on Laura Ikeji, tenacity and turning negative vibes into fuel

Betty Irabor writes on Laura Ikeji, tenacity and turning negative vibes into fuel

The publisher of Genevieve Magazine, Betty Irabor took to Instagram to write this glowing post about fashion entrepreneur, Brand Influencer and author, Laura Ikeji Kanu...

Betty Irabor writes on Laura Ikeji, tenacity and turning negative vibes into fuel

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These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener

These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener

People have taken to Twitter to show that relationships don't always have to go a certain way or have a specific timeline for it to work out.
A lady revealed that her boyfriend never asked her out, instead they began living together and had a child. Others with similar stories also came out to share theirs. Some revealed they moved in together shortly after meeting, and are still together years later. 
One Twitter user revealed her husband never proposed to her. They simply met, began planning a wedding, and now, years later, they are still together and are also happy.


These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener

These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener

These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener

These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener

These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener

These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener
These unconventional love stories shared by Twitter users is such an eye opener
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Future and his 3rd babymama Brittni are officially back, they are seen holding hands at a wedding (Photo)

Future and his 3rd babymama Brittni are officially back, they are seen holding hands at a wedding (Photo)

Rapper Future and his 3rd babymama, Brittni Mealy are officially back together.
The pair who share a son, Prince Wilburn, were pictured together holding hands at his friend's wedding last weekend.
Future and his 3rd babymama Brittni are officially back, they are seen holding hands at a wedding (Photo)
Their appearance comes months after the 34-year-old rapper and Brittni were spotted partying at Compound, a club in Los Angeles with Meek Mill, Tiffany Foxx, Big Bank Black and Porsha Williams, of the Real Housewives of Atlanta in January 2018.
Future who's a father of four also has a son with singer Ciara. He also shares two other children with two women Jessica Smith and India J
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2 teachers jailed over N3m admission scam in Kaduna State

2 teachers jailed over N3m admission scam in Kaduna State

Today, a Chief Magistrates’ Court in Kaduna sentenced two teachers, Adams Jibril, 28, and Mohammed Yusuf, 27, to combined 24 months imprisonment for defrauding a man of N3 million.  

The convicts were arraigned on a five-count charge of criminal conspiracy, breach of trust, cheating, impersonation and forgery.

In her judgment, the Magistrate, Zainab Mohammed, said the prosecution was able to prove the charge of conspiracy, cheating, impersonation and forgery against Jibril.  

Mohammed, thereafter, sentenced Jibril to 18 months imprisonment with an option of N100,000 fine. She also sentenced Yusuf to six months imprisonment on charge of conspiracy and forgery with an option of N20,000 fine. The convicts had however pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The Prosecutor, Insp. Sunday Baba, had said that the matter was transferred on May 5, 2016 from the Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna, to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for investigation. Baba told the court that Yahaya Abdullahi of Kinkinu, Kaduna, in June 2015, reported that the convicts came to his house and defrauded him of N3 million.  

The prosecutor said the convicts had deceived the complainant that they would help him get admission for his son Abdullaziz, at the Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna. “After the complainant gave the convicts the money they later brought the admission letter which was discovered to be fake. All effort made by the complainant to get his money back proved abortive, rather the convicts absconded to an unknown destination,” Baba added.

The prosecutor said the offences contravened Sections 97, 312,179,322 and 364 of the Penal Code of Kaduna State, 2017.
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''Why I accepted to serve as the spokesperson of president Buhari's re-election organization'' Festus Keyamo



Humanrights activist and lawyer, Festus Keyamo, has released a statement explaining why he accepted the appointment to be the spokesperson of President Buhari's re-election organization. Read the statement below
Just yesterday, my appointment as the Director, Strategic Communications of President Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organisation was made public. In that capacity, I would be the Official Spokesperson of the President’s campaigns for the 2019 Presidential Election.
Let me put it on record that I was indeed consulted before the announcement. Upon the offer, I wholeheartedly and proudly accepted the challenge to do this for the good of my country and for posterity. For in President Buhari I have found an approximation of the lofty values I cherish and have fought for all my life.
I know millions of Nigerians have never seen me in the mould of partisan politics. This is because for the past two and half decades, I have been under intense public scrutiny while engaging successive governments (military and civilian) in the most critical way possible. The public has also watched me grow steadily all the way from that young, restless lawyer to the exalted position of a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN). In the process of my restless and relentless engagements of the authorities, I have been hounded, arrested, detained, paraded like a criminal, charged and discharged from courts severally, but remain unbowed. Hence, some of us have been branded as “radicals” and seen as completely apolitical.
However, the ultimate aim of every struggle is not really to enthrone a perfect, flawless system. Only the starry-eyed, younger ones think such is possible. That is Utopia. Rather, the ultimate aim of the struggle is to enthrone a government (yes, even with the normal human flaws) that is focused, determined and fiercely opposed to the unscrupulous wheeler-dealers in the society, committed to protecting the interests of the down-trodden, the weak and vulnerable.
One of the obvious ways to do this is to ensure that what belongs to all is not cornered by a few; and if they do so, to ensure that they are made to account and brought to justice. I can boldly say that no Government in the history of Nigeria has recovered so much looted funds as that of President Muhammadu Buhari. The fact that this Government has clearly chosen this path in protecting the masses of our country (as unpleasant as it has been to some) is one of the many reasons why I am so proud and bold about my support for the re-election bid of President Muhammadu Buhari.
In doing this, I take a cue from my revered late boss, Chief Gani Fawehinmi, SAN who mentored me. Throughout his career, he also consistently and fiercely engaged every government in Nigeria and suffered as a result. Guess what? THE ONLY GOVERNMENT HE FULLY SUPPORTED THROUGHOUT HIS LIFETIME was that led by General Muhammdu Buhari in 1984 – 1985; and that was to the chagrin of some of his professional colleagues and fellow “radicals”. However, he saw what they did not see at that time, because when that government was overthrown by General Babangida, what followed was the worst era in our history in terms of institutionalizing corruption and political chicanery in Nigeria. In the 2007 Presidential election, my late boss again endorsed General Buhari in the following words: “When we talk of anti-corruption war, there is no way you will exclude General Buhari. I don’t want to hear what a political party is going to do, whether ANPP or PDP or NDP or which other political organization. Tell me who is leading the party, tell me who is leading the government, that’s my concern. It’s a matter of leadership. This is a serious election, very serious one”.
Some of those same forces and interests that saw the back of General Buhari in 1985 are still very much around with us. You can hear their voices getting louder of late, preaching hate and toiling hard to incite the people against the President. They want us to go back to our old ways, disguised as if they genuinely care for the masses of this country. When you look at the profile and ignoble antecedents of these characters - the emergency heroes, some of us have no option but to undertake this role we have been called upon to assume just to ensure that they do not succeed in their selfish enterprise.
For all I have said above, my convictions about this job are deep and well thought-out. Given my background, it is clear that I cannot be a sycophantic rabble-rouser, looking for some personal gains. Having reached the top echelon of my career, some of us can conveniently stay away from all these, and continue to earn a good living from our thriving law practice. However, the call of duty beckons because we are at a critical crossroads in our history where one wrong turn may take us back to the sorry state from which we are emerging. We are here to convince and appeal to the masses not to allow us take that wrong turn.
Now, it is important I elaborate a bit on this “sorry state” from which we are coming. Some people always attempt to befuddle the issues by continually reminding us of certain statistics that existed before 2015 and after 2015. However, our situation before 2015 is comparable to that of a car on a high speed, seemingly doing well on the road, but with the temperature gauge already rising. That car is in trouble. But to the uninformed, the car would be seen as doing well.
However, the callous driver, fully aware of the rising temperature in the engine, continues to speed on. After some time, it is inevitable that the engine of the car would overheat and crash. In that state, the callous driver hands over the car to the new driver. The new driver, seeing the condition of the vehicle, decides to fix the radiator first which is responsible for the overheating in order to protect the engine, before setting out on the road again. Yet, the callous driver mischievously calls everyone to come and see how the new driver has parked the car to fix the engine before setting out once again. The callous driver tells everyone that the new driver is clueless; that that is why the car was parked briefly.
The above anecdote is a graphic reflection of the situation we find ourselves. With the crash in oil prices just before 2015, the previous government resorted to borrowing to pay salaries and recklessly drew down on our foreign reserves, just to give the impression that all was well. So much unearned money was also circulating in the country amongst a few, giving the false impression that we were in a buoyant economy. However, the economy was headed for a crash. All the indices show that the slip into recession started shortly before this government took over, like the car which engine was already over-heating.
The attempt by a few to deceive the people that all was well with us before this government took over, is one of the reasons some of us have decided to come out of our shells to put a hole in that false narrative. It is simply a big lie. I am persuaded that the Buhari Government took the right measures to halt a bigger disaster awaiting our economy had it been otherwise. Those who are persuaded otherwise are within their legitimate right to do so. We are all patriots, trying to find the right answers to our problems as a nation. However, if you are persuaded otherwise, kindly state in details what exactly should have been done to run the economy better, given the crash in oil prices and production that dropped to around 700,000 barrels per day. Surely, discerning Nigerians would no longer buy the fable of “Buhari destroyed our economy”.
If I voted Buhari in 2015 and I am to vote for him again in 2019, then why can’t I campaign vigorously for him? I see no reason. It is a fallacy to say you are neutral in politics, yet you step forward to cast your vote at elections. If you are persuaded enough to vote for a candidate of your choice, then you must also be persuaded enough to campaign for that candidate, because your vote would be lost if you do not convince others to also adopt your position.
That is why I have made my choice for 2019 and I will publicly stand by it. That choice is President Muhammadu Buhari. For those who are persuaded otherwise, I challenge them to also name their choices because you cannot criticise my choice of a candidate without naming your own choice. After all, the President would not be running against ghosts or against a vacuum. Therefore, this is not a time to hide behind a blanket criticism of any candidate. Each candidate should be assessed in comparative terms with other candidates.
There has also been much attempt to de-market the President using his age and health as pummeling tools, and as such raising the decibel in the clarion call for a young or younger President. Firstly, on the issues of age and health, it would be ungodly and outrageous for a mere mortal to assume the status of God Almighty to speculate on the longevity or strength of any human being. Even doctors have been proven wrong on so many occasions. It is a matter entirely in the hands of God. Our past Presidents that died in office (Abacha and Yar’Adua) were in their prime. In fact, Abacha did not even show any sign of a failing health before he slumped and died. In Zimbabwe, the main opposition candidate for years, Morgan Tsvangirai used the issue of age and health to campaign against President Mugabe, urging him to go and retire and rest. Yet, just a few weeks ago, Morgan Tsvangirai died at the age of 65 and Mugabe is still alive and kicking at the age of 94. Those are the mysterious ways of God Almighty. No human being should even use that as a campaign gimmick. That person would be courting the wrath of God Almighty.
In addition, no one can argue that age has anything to do with the required integrity to be the President of a country. I also firmly believe that our value systems in politics and the society have been so damaged pre-2015, that a firm and experienced hand is needed to reset our collective psyche before we can set sail again. The notion that public office is just available to share money which was the norm pre-2015 is gradually being changed.
Spending a few more years to sustain that kind of re-orientation will do us a world of good. President Buhari is one of the very last of the upright Mohicans in Nigeria available to help reclaim public integrity before he takes his bow in 2023, if the Nigerian people so wish. We must take advantage of his still being around to deepen the nation’s moral fabric.
The choices before us have never been so CLEAR in the history of our country. On the one hand are those who are already in the mud and seeking to drag others into the mud. These are the ones who keep saying “We are all corrupt together”, and who keep confessing and apologising like people coming out of a trance. They say they should be forgiven because they have been “honest” enough to confess and apologise. Fellow Nigerians, there is nothing like an honest thief. It is a disgusting oxymoron. A thief is a thief. This is especially so if the thief did not willingly come out to admit he was a thief until his hands were caught right inside the cookie jar.
The other choice before us is a President who has been accused of everything that is false but even his most ardent critics, and detractors locally and internationally have not accused him of having a penchant for wealth accumulation. I am persuaded to campaign for him by his austere lifestyle, his Spartan taste and frugal nature. I am not looking for a god or an angel to vote for. They are not around here on earth. I am only looking for someone with these minimum personal qualities I have enumerated above. The President’s other human flaws may be there, but I am waiting for the candidates of our opponents to show me their credentials from heaven.
People can easily point to those with questionable past in the ruling party, the APC. With my antecedents and in my true conscience, I cannot defend them and cannot make excuses for them. However, in joining the President’s party, they are subjecting themselves to the disciplined leadership of the President. Like Chief Gani Fawehinmi, SAN said above, it is the leadership that matters. Like I always ask: should we all stop going to church because some known sinners also throng to churches every Sunday? The obvious answer is in the negative. On the other hand, the other party whose key leaders were all part of those who pilfered our commonwealth are about to present us with one amongst themselves as a Presidential candidate in 2019. Of course, reasonable Nigerians are waiting to dismiss that before it happens.
However, for some of my friends, colleagues and associates who are still persuaded by the other way of running our country, and who belong to different political platforms, all I can do is to wish them well, but also state that this is a time for us to agree to disagree. It is all for the good of our country. It will bring out the best in us in canvassing our persuasions. However, I will be putting my heart and soul to this assignment and if anyone is offended by my commitment to the cause, I offer no apology. You can also do likewise to advance your cause. Nigerians would decide at the end of the day.
My message to all those teeming supporters who did it in 2015 for our President is that you do not abandon a ship with which you set sail midway. Our race is not a 100-meter dash. It is a marathon race to rescue our country. We are almost there. When we turn the corner in 2019, you will see the tape at the finishing line. We must not run out of breaths. We believed in 2015. We must keep that belief alive. The hallmark of true supporters is to stand firm in times of storm and in times of calm. The storm is almost over. The President has battled to take control of the steering wheel of the nation and we are on course.
Do not let the naysayers bully you whether in real life or in cyberspaces. When they run out of arguments, they resort to abuses. If they abuse you, see them as patriots, but misguided ones; if they attack you, see them as patriots, but misguided ones; if they call you unprintable names, see them as passionate patriots, but misguided ones. Do not retaliate. With time, especially when majority of votes wipe out their minority opinions in 2019, they will come round to you and acknowledge your vision. So, hold your own and keep your heads up.
For us, this race is never a do-or-die affair. We shall present the facts as we see them and let Nigerians decide. We do not have to hire Cambridge Analytica to scare the electorate. They are already sufficiently scared by the humongous corruption that took place under the watch of the last government; the electorate are already sufficiently scared by those who are apologizing just to sneak their way back to power; the electorate are also sufficiently scared by the tons of cash buried in graveyards, farm houses, luxury flats in Ikoyi, in Yachts in the High Seas and those used to buy real estate strewn all over the world.
Nigerians know from where their problems came. They know it is not President Buhari. They know it came from some of those battling tooth and nail to displace him. Those who are persuaded by us should not remain aloof, please. Kindly join us in this journey.
Thank you.
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Senior immigration officer arrested in Lagos, sex victims rescued

Senior immigration officer arrested in Lagos, sex victims rescued



The home of a senior female immigration officer was raided and hundreds of international passports were recovered. Young victims she reportedly kept for her sexual desires were also rescued from the home in Lagos.
Police operatives from the Intelligence Response Team, IRT, Ikeja, Lagos, raided the home of Deputy Superintendent of Immigration, DSI, Mrs. Ehumibe Moji Dada Omoh at 15 Taiwo Street in Abaranje, Ikotun. 
Mrs. Omoh, an indigene of Auchi in Edo State, claimed to be attached to the Seme border office in Badagry area of Lagos. She allegedly defrauded many intending travelers of millions of Naira and frustrated many as a result of fake documents she procured for them, PM Express reports. The fake documents issued by Mrs. Omoh to some of her unsuspecting victims led to them being sent to jail, a number of them still languishing behind bars in various countries of the world.
Mrs. Omoh allegedly defrauded one Captain Young Suleman Omokhuale to the tune of N2.5m in 2017 under the false pretense of securing traveling papers for Mr. Omokhuale’s two sons to travel abroad. According to PM Express, Mrs. Omoh then seized one of Mr. Omokhuale’s sons, Evans, 29, and detained him inside her house at Abaranje for five months without allowing him access to anyone including his parents. She reportedly informed Mr. Omokhuale that his son had traveled abroad since 2017 and arranged a fake telephone conversation between Evans and his father. 
However, the whole scam came to the open when Evans managed to escape from her, regained his senses and informed his father about what happened. The father then wrote a petition to the police and Mrs. Omoh was eventually arrested and detained at the Police Command with four other suspects in connection with the alleged fraud.
Neighbors of Mrs. Omoh informed the publication that the officer was known to frustrate and detain some young men who wanted to travel abroad through her in her house and usually slept with them. However, this report is not confirmed.

Mrs. Omoh has been detained at the IRT office in Ikeja, along with others believed to be rescued victims and one of her children. The police are still trying to know how she managed to get those international passports, who their owners were, and what happened to the owners.
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Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official

 Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official

This thread is quite interesting. It starts off by saying men don't mind marrying a richer woman if they have access to her money then he goes on to drop the main gist.


 Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official

 Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official

 Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official

 Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official

 Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official
 Twitter stories: Man abandons his abroad based fiancee to marry the daughter of connected government official
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Young man arrested allegedly for keeping afro hair in Yobe state (photos)

Young man arrested allegedly for keeping afro hair in Yobe state (photos)



Photos of a young man being led away by a uniformed officer have been shared online, and according to reports, his offense was keeping an afro hairstyle.
The incident took place in Potiskum, Yobe state, where a special Task Force has reportedly been set up to tackle such issues.

Young men found with hairstyles considered inappropriate are arrested then forced to get a haircut and pay a fine of 600 Naira before they regain their freedom.

Young man arrested allegedly for keeping afro hair in Yobe state (photos)

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Young man arrested allegedly for keeping afro hair in Yobe state (photos)
Young man arrested allegedly for keeping afro hair in Yobe state (photos)
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''A lot of Nigerian youths haven’t been to school, they want to sit and do nothing'' President Buhari tells Commonwealth leaders



President Buhari today told commonwealth leaders that many Nigerian youths just want to sit down and do nothing, believing that Nigeria is an oil-rich nation and that their needs will somehow be met by the government.

President Buhari said this while speaking at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster. 
“About the economy, we have a very young population, our population is estimated conservatively to be 180 million. This is a very conservative one. More than 60 percent of the population is below 30, a lot of them haven’t been to school and they are claiming that Nigeria is an oil producing country, therefore, they should sit and do nothing, and get housing, healthcare, education free.”he said
On his achievements, President Buhari said “Recently, my minister for information was constrained to answer a question on people accusing this administration of doing nothing, he said ‘let Nigerians be reminded what position we were before May 2015, what condition we are now, and what we have achieved between then and now and I think people were impressed with the answer. For security, we have done quite well. Economy, we are doing very well, especially with agriculture, we are providing soft loans, and guarantee is that you have to belong to a certain locality and you have got land, you don’t have to go to the bank and need a physical collateral. I think a lot is being done.”.
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Veteran singer Paul Play Dairo reacts to Pastor Adeboye saying people who don't pay tithe will not go to heaven

Veteran singer Paul Play Dairo reacts to Pastor Adeboye saying people who don

Veteran Nigerian singer, Paul Play Dairo, is the latest celebrity to react to the comment made by the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God RCCGPastor E.A Adeboye, saying people who do not pay tithe will not make heaven.

Taking to his Facebook page, the 'Angel of My Life' singer wrote: 'Not paying TITHE has moved from being BROKE to not making HEAVEN sorry e Dey inside bible Or Lost books? Where dem write am?.'
Veteran singer Paul Play Dairo reacts to Pastor Adeboye saying people who don
Incase you missed the video, where Pastor Adeboye made the comment, watch here
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“I have never said anything against the LGBT community in Lagos” Babatunde Fashola

?I have never said anything against the LGBT community in Lagos? Babatunde Fashola



Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has denied making any derogatory comment against the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) community in Lagos while he was governor of Lagos state.
Fashola gave the clarification today at the Commonwealth Peoples Forum, a sideline of the ongoing Commonwealth Head of Governments Meeting (CHOGM 2018) at Westminster.

Fashola during the meeting was asked why he was against about two million people within the LGBT community in Lagos and about an attack of about 40 members of the LGBT community in Lagos. In his response, he said
“I have never made a statement against the LGBT community, I don’t recall ever making such a statement. So wherever your source came from, that is grossly inadequate. That said, the 40 incidents that you mentioned, I am not aware of it. As you might know, I am no longer governor of Lagos state, I ceased to be governor in 2015.”
Fashola's clarification comes 24 hours after the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, asked President Buhari and other Commonwealth leader to suspend all anti-same sex laws.
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Did someone really try to sneak in a bag full of snakes into the National Assembly today?

Did someone really try to sneak in a bag full of snakes into the National Assembly today?

How possible can this be?
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Photos from the Commonwealth Business Forum where President Buhari said Nigerian youths just want to sit and do nothing

Photos from the Commonwealth Business Forum where President Buhari said Nigerian youths just want to sit and do nothing



President Buhari today participated in the Commonwealth Busines Forum, a sideline of the Commonwealth of Heads of Governments meeting. At the forum, President Buhari told the world leaders that many Nigerian youths just want to sit down and do nothing, believing that Nigeria is an oil-rich nation and that their needs will somehow be met by the government. See more photos from the meeting below
Photos from the Commonwealth Business Forum where President Buhari said Nigerian youths just want to sit and do nothingPhotos from the Commonwealth Business Forum where President Buhari said Nigerian youths just want to sit and do nothingPhotos from the Commonwealth Business Forum where President Buhari said Nigerian youths just want to sit and do nothing
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Photos from the service of song of billionaire son, Jesse Anselm-Tabansi

Photos from the service of song of billionaire son, Jesse Anselm-Tabansi

The service of song of Jesse, the son of billionaire businessman, Anselm Tabansi, took place at Harbour point, Lagos today April 18th. The service was attended by family members, friends and colleagues in the entertainment industry.
Jesse died in a fatal accident on Tuesday April 10th. He was riding with his friend when they had the accident. He died but his friend survived. 
He was 23 years old.
Jesse's dad, Anselm Tabansi is the owner of popular furniture house, Svengali and also the owner of Maison Fahrenheit hotel in Lagos.
May his soul rest in peace, Amen.

Photos from the service of song of billionaire son, Jesse Anselm-Tabansi
Photos from the service of song of billionaire son, Jesse Anselm-TabansiPhotos from the service of song of billionaire son, Jesse Anselm-Tabansi
Photos from the service of song of billionaire son, Jesse Anselm-Tabansi
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14 years of friendship and two beautiful babies" - Actress Ivie Okujaye and husband celebrate 3rd wedding anniversary

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Nollywood actress, Ivie Okujaye and her husband Ezzy are celebrating their third wedding anniversary today.
The couple, who got married in 2015, are blessed with two beautiful daughters.
 14 years of friendship and two beautiful babies" - Actress Ivie Okujaye and husband celebrate 3rd wedding anniversary

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Reno Omokri will not kill somebody...says suspended senator Omo-Agege now behaving like an Agege tout

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