Monday, 16 March 2015


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Patrick Schwarzenegger caught in loving embrace with bikini-clad sorority girl in Mexico... and Miley Cyrus is nowhere to be seen.

Things are reportedly getting serious between he and girlfriend Miley Cyrus.But Patrick Schwarzenegger appeared to be getting a little too close for comfort with a mystery brunette as he was spotted partying in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on Sunday.

The 21-year-old model danced with and appeared to even hold hands with the beauty dressed in nothing but a skimpy black bikini as they partied the day away at the Mango Deck Restaurant & Bar during spring break.

Things are reportedly getting serious between he and girlfriend Miley Cyrus.But Patrick Schwarzenegger appeared to be getting a little too close for comfort with a mystery brunette as he was spotted partying in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on Sunday.

Miley Cyrus: Too Heartbroken Over Patrick Schwarzenegger To Perform At SXSW?


Miley was a no-show to her SXSW performance with the Flaming Lips on March 15. Was she too upset by Patrick’s extreme spring break PDA with a mystery bikini girl to even hit the stage?! has EXCLUSIVE details on what’s going down!

Regardless of what really happened, seeing pictures your boyfriend seemingly taking body shots off of a bikini-clad girl has got to hurt. Miley Cyrus, 22, didn’t perform with the Flaming Lips at SXSW on March 15 in Austin, Texas and stayed backstage the entire time she was supposed to be singing, HollywoodLife.comlearned from a source. Did Patrick Schwarzenegger, 21, rock Miley’s world .

Patrick Schwarzenegger Cheating On Miley Cyrus? He Tweets Lame Excuses

It’s time to do some damage control, Patrick! After pictures surfaced of Miley’s boyfriend taking body shots off a half-naked brunette on Spring Break, he freaked out and jumped on to Twitter to defend himself!

Patrick Schwarzenegger, 21, wants the world to know that he did NOT cheat on his girlfriend Miley Cyrus, 22 — but that’s not what it looks like in the new racy pics! So, who’s the girl, Patrick? See his pathe


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Graphic photos: How young man was allegedly tortured to death by police in Benin

Got this email with photos from a close friend of the family of the young man named Chibyke Edeh (pictured above) who was killed. I will share it exactly the way it was sent to me. Read below...
"I never thought I will ever have cause to go through such torment. The story I am about to share is worse than that of ALUU4. ALUU4 victims were murdered by civilians and not people meant to protect the masses...the Police.

The attached pictures are of a boy in his mid twenties. He was tortured to death by police men. Until his arrest and murder, he was working with  Protea hotel in Benin. He was accused of stealing N45,000 from a guest in one of the rooms he attended to and as such was arrested, detained and not granted bail.

The police then asked the parents to go bring N27000 for his bail. By the time they got back with the money, they were told he was dead. He was tortured until he died.
The person went on to mention name of the police station and officers involved but because I haven't confirmed all these, I will leave all that out for now.

Tried to speak with his brother, but said to call back. See photo of the young man afte
.r he was tortured after the cut *warning - graphic photo*


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 Kanye West & Kim Kardashian: He Tweets Nude Photos Of Her — ‘I’m So Lucky’

Swish! That’s how Kanye West described his hot, naked wife, Kim Kardashian, when he posted a bunch of her nude photos on his Twitter page.

Kanye West, 36, is so proud of his wife, Kim Kardashian, 34, that he’s putting her on full display — literally. Hours after the season 10 premiere of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the rapper took to Twitter to congratulate his wife and praise her — and himself — on her hot body.


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Nigerian lady dies after meeting married lover she met on Facebook.

Adekemi Faboro reportedly died after her first meeting with a married man she met on Facebook, according to a report by PM News. The teacher with a primary school in Ogba had met with the married man, one Christopher Ezekiel, online sometime ago and they started an online relationship, communicating on phone and through Facebook messages.

The two later agreed to meet for the first time this past weekend. Ezekiel left his wife and 2 children in Ibadan and traveled down to Lagos where he stayed in Adekemi's house at a street off Ajayi Road, Ogba.

Trouble started when Adekemi started coughing profusely in the middle of the night. Her concerned neighbors who could hear her coughing came to inquire what the problem was. Seeing that she was not getting any better, they rushed her to the Ifako General Hospital in Lagos where she died.

Ezekiel was immediately arrested by policemen attached to the Pen Cinema Police station in Ogba. Her body has since been deposited at the morgue and an autopsy is expected to be conducted on her to determine the cause of her death.

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Check out the covenant Buhari made with Nigerians.

You know how politicians like to make promises when they are seeking your votes? Well, here's one from APC presidential candidate Mohammadu Buhari. Read below...

My Covenant With Nigerians - Buhari
Dear Compatriots,
In the past few months that I have traveled round this country on campaigns, I have experienced the sheer beauty of our diversity. From Port Harcourt to Kano, from Abeokuta to Gusau, I experienced first-hand the daily sufferings and struggles of our people. I also experienced the overwhelming desire of our people for change.
When I arrived in Port Harcourt on the 5th of January to start my campaigns, I was met by our teeming supporters, who stayed till late in the evening to welcome us. Among them were many young men and women, who in the few minutes that I shared with them at the airport, made me to reflect on what kind of future awaits them in our country.

The gestures of 90-year-old Hajia Fadimatu Mai Talle Tara from Kebbi State and 9-years-old Nicole Eniiyi Benson from Lagos State, who donated their life-savings to my campaign, reflect the overwhelming desire of our people for change. In their gestures, I perceived a longing for the days when honour, national pride and dignity of labour were the fundamental social principles that governed our country. As I encountered millions of our youths, who sometimes run for hours in front of my car and hanging precariously on our campaign vehicles at our state rallies, I also pondered the enormity of the task ahead. How do we give jobs to our youth? How do we reform our economy and make it work for every Nigerian?

I know however, that what we require to revamp our economy and rebuild our country is our ability to galvanize all our citizens to believe once again in their government, in their country and especially, to believe in themselves. This can only happen if we are able to rebuild the trust and belief that our people used to have in government, and indeed, in our nation. The leadership that I will provide will be built on this critical awareness. I intend to lead with integrity and honour and commit myself totally to everything that is of concern to our people: security, employment, health, education, good governance and others.

This Covenant is to outline my agenda for Nigeria and provide a bird’s eye view of how we intend to bring about the change that our country needs and deserves. This Covenant is derived from the manifesto of my party, the All Progressives Congress (APC). It however, represents my pledge to you all when I become your President.

I have no doubt that God being on our side, with the abiding support of all Nigerians, we shall all witness the great change that we desire and achieve the Nigeria of our dream.
Thank you
Gen. Muhammadu BUHARI (Rtd.), GCFR
Presidential Candidate, APC

Corruption and Governance
No matter how vast our resources, if they are not efficiently utilized, they will only benefit a privileged few, leaving the majority in poverty. I believe if Nigeria does not kill corruption; corruption will kill Nigeria.
I pledge to:
·         Publicly declare my assets and liabilities and encourage my political appointees to also publicly declare their assets and liabilities.
·         Affirm that our strategy for tackling corruption will not only focus on punishment. Rather, it will also provide incentives for disclosure and transparency.
·         Show personal leadership in the war against corruption and also hold all the people who work with me to account.
·         Inaugurate the National Council on Procurement as stipulated in the Procurement Act so that the Federal Executive Council, which has been turned to a weekly session of contract bazaar, will concentrate on its principal function of policy making.
·         Review and implement audit recommendations by Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI).
·         Work with the National Assembly towards the immediate enactment of a Whistle Blower Act.
·         Work with the National Assembly to strengthen ICPC and EFCC by guaranteeing institutional autonomy including financial and prosecutorial independence and security of tenure of officials.
·         Make the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) an autonomous and operational agency.
·         Encourage proactive disclosure of information by government institutions in the spirit of the Freedom of Information Act.
·         Ensure all MDAs regularly comply with their accountability responsibilities to Nigerians through the National Assembly.
·         Work with the leadership of the National Assembly to cut down the cost of governance.
·         Present a national anti-corruption Strategy.

Access to Justice and Respect for Fundamental Human Rights
One of the biggest challenges facing Nigeria is building a country that is fair to all of its citizens; a country in which all individuals feel and know that they are valued members of society with constitutionally guaranteed rights; a country that respects human dignity, promotes human development, fosters human equality and advances human freedom.
I pledge to:                                                                                          
·         Lead a government founded on values that promote and protect fundamental human rights and freedoms.  I will promote the supremacy of the Constitution and the rule of law, affirm separation of the powers of government and support an independent judiciary.
·         Present a detailed strategy for protecting the fundamental rights and freedoms provided for in our Constitution.  There will be emphasis on the rights of vulnerable persons including women, children and persons living with disabilities as well as access to justice and prisons reforms.

Insurgency and Insecurity
I have had the opportunity to serve my country in the military up to the highest level, as a Major General and as the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. In the course of my service, I had defended the territorial integrity of Nigeria. And if called upon to do so again, I shall rise to the occasion. As a father, I feel the pain of the victims of insurgency, kidnapping and violence whether they are the widows and orphans of military, paramilitary or civilians.
I pledge to:
·         Ensure that under my watch, no force, external or internal, will occupy even an inch of Nigerian soil. I will give all it takes to ensure that our girls kidnapped from Chibok are rescued and reunited with their families.
·         Deliver a Marshal Plan on insurgency, terrorism, ethnic and religious violence, kidnapping, rural banditry and ensure that never again will Nigerian children be slaughtered or kidnapped at will.
·         Boost the morale of our fighting forces and the generality of Nigerians by leading from the front as the Commander-in-Chief and not hide in the comfort and security of Aso Rock.
·         Give especial attention to the welfare of our armed forces and all other security personnel and their families, including State-guaranteed life insurance for all officers and men as well as protect the families of our fallen heroes.
·         Ensure that acts of heroism and valour in the service to the nation are publicly recognized and celebrated.
·         Establish close working relationship with governors of the states affected by insurgency, with leaders of our neighbouring countries and with leaders around the world to cooperate in combating insurgency, oil theft, piracy and criminality.
·         Activate regular meetings of the National Police Council to ensure the discharge of its true constitutional roles in a transparent and accountable way.
·         Fight for you, and alongside you. We will fight together to defeat terrorism. But I will be honest with you about our challenges and I will bear the responsibilities of my charge. I will not lie to you or exaggerate our triumphs. My administration will be thoroughly transparent in every step of our daily struggle and together we will win the war.

Niger Delta
In many years of oil exploration, the Niger Delta has become perhaps, the world’s worst eco-system, a byword for environmental degradation, exploitation and diseases. I believe that protecting the livelihood of our people in the Niger Delta should transcend our interest its oil.
I pledge to:
·         Commit myself and my administration to the protection and regeneration of the environment in the Niger Delta and to ensure that oil companies comply with global best practices on environmental protection.
·        Sustain and streamline the human capital development in the Niger Delta, especially focusing on youth and women.
·        Reform investment in infrastructural development of the Niger Delta and ensure that the NDDC is held accountable to its mandate.

Nigeria's greatest asset is her people. My commitment is to invest in our people and ensure that they have the opportunity to achieve their full potentials and enjoy the full benefits of their citizenship, regardless of their religion, region, ethnicity, gender or disability.
I pledge to:
·         Continually acknowledge our diversity and consciously promote equality and equity in all government businesses and activities.
·         Implement the National Gender Policy including 35% of appointive positions for women.
·         Work with the National Assembly to pass the National Disability Act and the Equal Opportunities Bill.

We must give real meaning to the old saying that Health is Wealth. We must take all possible measures to ensure that our people stay healthy, but we must also ensure that when they fall ill, they can get help.
Healthcare in Nigeria is in crises. Too many people do not get any treatment. For those who do get treated, all too often, the care they receive is poor. Far too many die from easily treatable diseases and what should be routine treatment often end in death. Furthermore, Nigeria is set to miss our MDG targets. The statistics speak for themselves.
I pledge to:
·         Unveil a health sector review policy to ensure efficient and effective management of our health systems with focus on prevention.
·         Ensure that no Nigerian will have any reason to go outside the country for medical treatment.
·         Guarantee financial sustainability to the health sector and minimum basic health care for all.
·         Review occupational health laws and immediately commence enforcement of the provisions to reduce hazards in the work place.
·         Partner with State Governments and development partners to ensure all-round implementation of our primary health plans by expanding access to health insurance for rural communities.

I believe that our education system must prepare our children for the responsibilities of citizenship and prepare our youths to contribute to the development of our country.  Therefore, I shall focus on restoring the lost glory of our education by implementing reforms that will bring quality back into our schools and position our universities and polytechnics to provide market-relevant skills to our youths.
I pledge to:
·         Embark on a program of mass mobilisation to ensure that all children of school age, no matter where they may reside in our country, and no matter the social conditions of their parents, are in school. Working in co-operation with the State Governments, we shall make the required investments in infrastructure, learning materials, nutrition and children healthcare. To this end, UBEC Fund will be reviewed to ensure greater efficiency in utilization.
·         Provide on-the-job retraining opportunities for existing teachers at both the basic and secondary levels while providing the right incentives to keep teachers in the classrooms and attract bright young men and women to take up career in teaching.
·         Work with other levels of government and through relevant government agencies to allocate resources to schools while strengthening community participation in school management.
·         Implement a comprehensive review of the goal and content of our secondary education to ensure that it also serves the purpose of skills acquisition and fits purpose.
·         Set up Colleges of Skills and Enterprise to replace the old technical colleges. This will be done with direct participation from relevant industry and professional groups in the private sector. Based on local market demands, each of the colleges will focus on high job demand sectors of the economy such as agriculture, ICT, telecommunications, entertainment, construction, oil and gas and sports.
·         Establish special purpose fund for a Secondary School level education.
·         Improve the competitiveness of our universities and polytechnics and position them at the heart of the national productivity, innovation and enterprise.
·         Pursue a policy of non-discrimination between the universities and the polytechnics.

Oil has served our country, but it has also excluded majority of Nigerians from the mainstream of our economy. I am convinced that our guarantee for inclusive growth is agriculture.

I pledge to:
Make agriculture a major focus of the government and lay the institutional foundation to attract large-scale investments and capital to the sector.
Actively promote a well-coordinated and innovatively funded Youth in Commercial Agribusiness Programme.
Establish agricultural produce storage, pricing and marketing systems to ensure real commercial value and minimize waste.
Work with State Governments to launch Agricultural Support Programmes that will drive agricultural land development and mechanization.
Revamp, revitalize and improve on the national agricultural extension and rural support service system.
Lay the groundwork for a standardized market uptake and aggregation outlets for specific agricultural produce.
Revamp the key development banks (Bank of Agriculture, Bank of Industry and Nigeria Import & Export Bank) to fund inclusive agricultural value chain operations
Liberalise and expand agricultural and rural insurance system with premium subventions support to farmers
Revamp the agricultural cooperative system to drive rural agriculture and improve stakes for smallholder farmers.
Develop a system of small-scale irrigation systems to ensure all-year round farming.
Revamping key agriculture research institutions and deliver their outputs through effective network of extension services.

Management of the Economy for Shared Prosperity
All Nigerians deserve to benefit from our collective wealth. We promise not to leave any Nigerian behind in our determination to create, expand and ensure equitable and effective allocation of economic opportunities. No matter the amount of wealth we create, it would be meaningless unless it benefits the majority of our people.

Our failure to ensure a stable supply of electricity has been an impediment to economic growth, productivity and national security.
I pledge to:
·         Address the gaps in power sector privatization to ensure it serves the needs of our people.
·         Explore and develop alternative sources of power such as small, medium and large hydro plants, wind, coal and solar and other forms of renewable energy to ensure efficient and affordable power supply.
·         Invest in technical skills development for efficient management of energy resources.

Sports and Culture
Sports and culture are important instruments for social cohesion, national integration and promotion of positive national image. They also provide a strong platform for youth development and the expression of our abundant creative talents.
I pledge to:
·         Invest and encourage investments in both small and large-scale sports facilities to enable mass participation in sports.
·         Ensure that participation in sports become a core component of our education at all levels.
·         Activate incentives for the private sector to invest in the development of high performance sports.
I pledge to:
·         Support real investments in the entertainment, arts and creative industries.
·         Strengthen the regulatory framework to protect and preserve our culture and creative industry and prevent it from the scourge of piracy.
·         Develop and strengthen the value link-chain of the culture industry to deepen the industry and provide jobs


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GEJ And Wife, Patience, Planning To Assassinate Me-Rev. Fr. Mbaka

Fiery Enugu-based Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Mbaka has disclosed in a new video sermon uploaded on youtube that President Goodluck Jonathan and his wife, Patience, are planning to kill him over political disagreements regarding his opposition to President Jonathan's re-election.

In a 21-minute sermon given during one of his preachings, Fr. Mbaka stated categorically he was made aware of the plans recently.The popular Adoration Ministries coordinator said his support for Jonathan in the last six years did not attract death threats or condemnation from opposition politicians.

He also used the opportunity to address allegations that he received some money from Mrs. Joanthan last during her visit to his church. Fr. Mbaka disclosed that Mr. Jonathan dropped money for him through Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, but that he left the money with Ekweremadu and his wife, he further stated that the money Mrs. Jonathan gave as offering at the church's offertory was equally returned to her.Fr. Mbaka caught the ire of President Jonathan when he gave a sermon late last year condemning President Jonathan's re-election, asking his followers to vote for General Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC).



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‘KUWTK': Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Considering Surrogate For Baby #2

The struggle is real for Kim and Kanye to have baby no. 2. During a new preview of ‘KUWTK,’ Kim admitted that she’s willing to use a surrogate in order to give North a little brother or sister.

Kim Kardashian, 34,  is more than ready to add to her family of three, but she hasn’t had the best luck getting pregnant with her second child.

 Kim revealed in a new preview after the Keeping Up With The Kardashians premiere that she’s having sex “500 times a day” with Kanye West, 37, to increase their baby-making odds but confessed that she might have to use a surrogate the second time around.

Kim Kardashian Considering Surrogate: Desperate For Baby On ‘KUWTK’

We all know Kim’s been fighting fertility problems for months as she tries to conceive another baby, and she’s opening up about her struggles in season 10 ofKUWTK. At the end of the premiere on March 15, Kim revealed that “she might have to try a surrogate” if she can’t get pregnant again.

 Kim let her sisters in on her incredible sex life in the premiere. At one point in the episode, her sisters find her lounging on her bed after making love to Kanye. Apparently, her doctor said she needed to lie down for awhile after sex to let the sperm “marinate” inside of her.

 Every viewer likely had the same disgusted reaction as Khloe to that huge dose of TMI.Do you think Kim will end up using a surrogate for baby no.

Even though she’s been flaunting her amazing post-baby body ever since giving birth to North in 2013, Kim wants to get back into her maternity clothes sooner rather than later.

She posed completely nude in the premiere for a photo shoot. “If I get pregnant again soon, my body is going to totally transform,” she said after the shoot. “I just want to capture my body and have these photos to last forever.

”We sincerely hope Kim is able to get pregnant again. The girl is trying so hard to add to her family. Cut her some slack, baby gods!

Kim Kardashian Calls Out Bruce Jenner After Kris Jenner Divorce

However, Kim wasn’t entirely focused on getting pregnant in the series premiere.

Kim had a little chit chat with Bruce Jenner about her mom, and she was pretty harsh.Kim brought up the fact that Bruce was hanging out with Kris’s good friend, Ronda Kamihara.

 She accuses Bruce of not caring about his ex-wife’s feelings during this transition.“I really don’t care what you’re doing,” Kim said to Bruce.

 “But I do think that because she is my mom’s friend my mom is owed a conversation. No matter what the circumstances are, my mom sits — no joke — and cries about it at night — I swear to god — over how her friend can do this to her.”


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Check this out :kim kardashian is naked again lol !!!!Kim Kardashian poses nude for photo shoot in latest trailer for reality show.

Keeping Up With The Kardashians is in need of a ratings boost.

 In a new trailer to promote the new season, Kim K is shown posing completely nude and declaring "I'm doing this photo shoot today naked". They used this to attract viewers...

Her mum, Kris Jenner, posted the trailer on Twitter yesterday night in advance of the show. See the photos after the cut...


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Photos: Ikeja residents protest at PHCN office.

Ikeja residents this morning protested at the Ikeja Electricity office (Nepa office) in Alausa, saying that PHCN is giving them crazy bills, extorting them and not giving them electricity. The residents asked PHCN to provide them with pre-paid meters and threatened to burn down the building if their demands are not met. More photos after the cut...


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Photos: Check out comedian AY's brand new ride - a Jaguar XJL.

Comedian and producer of Nigerian's highest grossing Nollywood movie of all time, Ayo Makun just bought himself a brand new Jaguar XJL. Congrats to him. See more photos of the ride after the cut..


Thugs Destroy APC Political Banners On Ikorodu Road, Lagos.

OPC is currently unleashing mayhem and destroying APC posters on Ikorodu road.

 Over 1000 OPC members are currently on the road with police officers guarding them.Eyewitnesses say they are chanting "Jonathan ni, Jonathan ni" while destroying APC posters and billboards.

Reports reaching me is that this action by the OPC members is as a result of the meeting GEJ had with OPC leader Gani Adams yesterday.

It is advised that you remove any APC sticker or anything that relates to APC from your car for safety.


Court Nullifies Movement Restriction During Lagos Monthly Sanitation.

A Federal High Court in Lagos has declared as unlawful the restriction of citizens’ movement during the monthly Lagos enviromental sanitation exercise.

Justice Mohammed Idris, in a judgment delivered on Monday, held that such restriction of movement, in the name of sanitation, amounted to a violation of the citizens’ right to personal liberty and freedom of movement protected by sections 35 and 41 of the Constitution.

He therefore voided the power of the Lagos State Government and its agent to arrest any citizen found moving between 7am and 10am on the last Saturday of every month when the enviromental sanitation exercise is observed.


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 Nigerian Troops Clear Boko Haram Members From Goniri, Yobe State.

Nigerian troops fighting the Boko Haram terrorist group in the nation's north-east have taken over Goniri town in Yobe State, clearing terrorists from the location.

 The troops reclaimed the town on Monday morning after clearing the terrorists from the town that it had taken over some months back. The Defence Headquarters in a tweet on Monday said: "Troops have this morning completed clearing terrorists out of Goniri in Yobe State".

 It is the latest breakthrough recorded by the military in its increased counter terrorism operations against the Boko Haram terrorists since the nation's general elections were postponed by six weeks.


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Davido Replies A Girl Who Called Him Disgusting Gorilla. I wonder what davido did to a fan for her to call him a disgusting gorilla men that was cold girl . See what davido reply was on instagram.


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 check this out ;Court Sacks Ibinabo Fiberesima as AGN President.

Ibinabo Fiberesima was this morning removed as President of the Actors’ Guild of Nigeria (AGN) on the orders of a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos.Justice James Tsoho who gave the ruling, said the election was conducted against court order and ordered all parties involved to maintain the status quo.

The suit was filed by an actor, St. Maradona Mikevine, who was the national treasurer in the election that produced another popular actor, Emeka Ike, as AGN president.Mikevine, in his suit, argued that the election that brought Ibinabo into office was conducted in the face of a subsisting court order restraining the conduct of AGN election.

NationalMirror adds that he had urged the court to determine whether it was proper for an election to be conducted in the face of an order to the contrary, and whether anyone could parade himself or herself as AGN executive based on an election conducted against a court order.

The suit that brought about the initial order was filed by Emeka Ike.But Ibinabo who insisted that she was not the one that conducted the election that produced her as AGN president but the AGN board itself, had stressed that Mikevine ought to have channelled his grievance with the election to the Electoral Committee of AGN and not the court.

Ike had filed the suit on July 25, 2013 to contest the formation of an illegal government coined “National Unity,” to run the affairs of the AGN.

 The actor had sought an order of court, reviewing the 2007 Constitution of the guild, as it relates to the tenure of members of board of trustees.


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Meet the 20 Most Curvy African celebs. List includes 7 Nigerian. last week released their list of the 20 Most Curvy African celebs & 7 Nigerians, including Omotola, Mercy Aigbe, Daniella Okeke, Toolz, Anita Joseph, Evia Simone, Didi

Ekanem made the list.

 See the remaining 19 after the cut...