Sunday, 19 April 2015


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Missing Child In Surulere .

 3 year old girl, OLUWABUNMI AJELERO, got MISSING today @ Surulere Baptist Church 52/54, Ojuelegba road, Surulere.

 Strange men walked into the premises and took her away on a bike through Nathan Street off Ojuelegba.Please help us, our hearts are broken, we're crying with heavy hearts.

We don't know what to do anymore. Please if you see this child in anyway, kindly call this numbers 08022289455, 07085678831, 08098230603, or 08023036852...God Bless you!!!


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Ha! Check Out the 'Raunchy' Photo Yvonne Nwosu Shared on Instagram

Some fans who felt the photo was so inappropriate considering she's a mum called her out though. The drama they unleashed continues after the cut. Do you see anything wrong with the photo above ?


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Check out the prayer point the Senior Pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly (LRA), Pastor Tunde Bakare unleashed earlier on today in church on behalf of president-elect Muhammadu Buhari.

''Everyone who has ever thought GMB will die, he will attend their funeral''. Bakare is definitely not playing. He also called for prayers for President Jonathan and Vice President-elect Yemi Osinbajo. See that belo


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This is so sad : Photos of a 12-year-old Boy whose Head Hangs at a 180-degree Angle

The desperate parents of a boy whose head hangs at a 180-degree angle have admitted they would rather he died than continue to suffer.

Mahendra Ahirwar, 12, from Madhya Pradesh in central India, suffers from a rare condition that makes his neck bend and his head hang from his body.

His weak backbone means he can't stand or walk and is restricted to a sitting position. Mahendra can just about crawl but needs help to eat and go to the toilet.

According toDailyMail, his father Mukesh Ahirwar, 40, and mother Sumitra Ahirwar, 35, who both work as labourers when they can, say they have consulted more than 50 doctors across India but none could diagnose his condition.‘

I cannot see him suffer anymore,' said Sumitra. 'Watching his life is devastating. 'He cannot do anything by himself. He just sits in a corner of the room all day. It's no life.

I have to carry him like a baby everywhere but he is 12 years old, how will I carry him when he grows even older? If doctors cannot treat my son it is better that God takes him.’

Shockingly, members of the community have blamed Mahendra's condition on Mukesh's past sins and believe he is to blame for his son's disability.Sumitra, who also has healthy 16 and 10-year-old sons and a 14-year-old daughter, did not visit a doctor when she was pregnant with Mahendra.

 Mukesh said:‘Our other children had all been born normally with no problems so we never thought to consult a doctor or have an ultrasound done with Mahendra, and he was born at home just like his siblings.'

The couple only noticed their son’s head was starting to hang when he was about six months old.'At first we thought he was just a little weak and he'd be fine in time, but by his third birthday he wasn't able to keep his head upright at all,' his father explained.

Mukesh, who earns about Rs200 (£2) a day on construction sites, has borrowed money from his friends and relatives to help find medical treatment for his son.

But he said two years ago he decided to stop taking Mahendra to see any doctors, adding:'I took him to all the hospitals that I could afford.

Even India's premier hospital, All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, but after spending two weeks there doctors failed to tell us if my son could be treated.

 With a broken heart we returned home and decided to raise him and try to give him as comfortable a life that we can.' Mukesh added: 'People say bad things about him, and they often laugh at him.

 It really hurts us.'We cannot tolerate people's attitudes and discrimination. They say I must have committed some terrible sins and this is why he is suffering, it’s awful.'

Mahendra doesn't go to school so his only friends are his siblings and his cousins.Dr Shashidhar Tatavarthy, an ear, nose and throat consultant at Delhi's Artemis Hospital, thinks Mahendra has a muscular disorder.He said: ‘This is one of the rarest of rare cases.

 His condition could be due to a spine anomaly or muscular disorder, but it can only be concluded after a thorough investigation.'  Mukesh is still hoping for a miracle.

'If doctors can treat babies born with severe disabilities like two heads and give them lifesaving operations then why not my son?'

 he said. I still have so many hopes and dreams for him. I want to see him go to school and play with other kids. I want to see him living a normal life and I am hoping that my wish will be fulfilled one day.'


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A shocking new video appearing to show at least 30 Christians being beheaded and shot by ISIS has been released.

The 29-minute video, titled 'Until It Came To Them - Clear Evidence', shows dozens of militants holding two separate groups captive in Libya.

Watch the video guys if you have the mind too.... .....

At least 16 men, described by Islamic State as the 'followers of the cross from the enemy Ethiopian Church', are lined up in a desert area while 12 others are filmed being forced to walk down a beach.

Ethiopia was unable to confirm its citizens were killed in the footage but condemned the 'atrocious act', a government official said.

The video shows the men at the coast wearing Guantanamo-style orange jumpsuits and being held at the neck by fighters in combats with balaclavas covering their faces.

The victims inland are forced to kneel as militants dressed in combats and green masks stand behind them holding rifles.

It starts with what it called a 'history of Christian-Muslim relations', which includes scenes of militants destroying churches, graves and icons.A masked fighter in black then brandishes a pistol as he vows to kill Christians if they do not convert.

Video seems to show militants in Libya holding one group of at least 16 captive on a beach and 12 others in a desertBefore the killings a masked fighter in black brandishes a pistol as he vows to kill Christians if they do not convert Ethiopia unable to confirm its citizens were killed by militants in the footage but condemned the 'atrocious act'.

It comes two months after 21 Egyptian Christians were beheaded by extremists in a similar video from LibyaA shocking new video appearing to show at least 30 Christians being beheaded and shot by ISIS has been released.

The 29-minute video, titled 'Until It Came To Them - Clear Evidence', shows dozens of militants holding two separate groups captive in Libya.At least 16 men, described by Islamic State as the 'followers of the cross from the enemy Ethiopian Church', are lined up in a desert area while 12 others are filmed being forced to walk down a beach. Ethiopia was unable to confirm its citizens were killed in the footage but condemned the 'atrocious act', a government official said.

Thirty Ethiopian Christians appear to have been beheaded and shot by ISIS in a sickening new propaganda video. Above, at least 16 men are marched down a beach in Libya by militants before they are killedThe video shows the men at the coast wearing Guantanamo-style orange jumpsuits and being held at the neck by fighters in combats with balaclavas covering their faces

 The victims inland are forced to kneel as militants dressed in combats and green masks stand behind them holding rifles.It starts with what it called a 'history of Christian-Muslim relations', which includes scenes of militants destroying churches, graves and icons.A masked fighter in black then brandishes a pistol as he vows to kill Christians if they do not convert. 

A yellow-green cloud floating on a spring breeze: Chemical warfare began 100 years ago this week with first ever battlefield use of 'psychologically terrifying' chlorine gas Dragged from the dead and dying, bloodied boy emerges alive from hellish aftermath of suicide bombing - the first in Afghanistan by ISIS In an apparent reference to Ethiopia's attacks on neighbouring Somalia, whose population is almost entirely Muslim, he says: 'Muslim blood shed under the hands of your religions is not cheap. 

To the nation of the cross we are now back again.'The footage, which was released on websites and social media accounts officially linked to ISIS, also cuts to Christians in Syria explaining how they were given the choice of converting to Islam or paying a 'special tax'.

At the end it switches between the two sets of captives - thought to be mainly migrant workers - with one group shot dead at point-blank range and the others beheaded on the beach. The video has not yet been verified.


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Rihanna bares her hot derriere in tiny bikini as she shares MORE exotic snaps from her Hawaiian vacation.

Rihanna bikini snaps from the exotic locale on her Instagram page Saturday showing off her fabulous body.

The 27-year-old captioned the shots with '#davis420wedding,' a reference to the marriage scheduled for Monday of her longtime assistant Jennifer Rosales to Aaron Davis.

Exotic: Rihanna shared a photo of herself in a sultry pose as she cooled off in a swimming pool while clad in a skimpy bikini during her vacation in Hawaii on Saturday

Baring some skin: The R&B star was happy to flaunt her perfect derriere as she relaxed poolside

Close up|: The 27-year-old seemed to be trying to take a selfie of her breasts in this picture she shared on Instagram on Saturday.


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23 year old female arrested for stabbing colleague to death during an argument

Yusuf Monsurat (23), a student of D.S. Adegbenro Polytechnic, Itori, Ogun State pictured above has been arrested by the Ogun state Police command for stabbing her colleague, Eric Moses, to death in their school hostel following an argument on March 17th.

According to Tribune, Monsurat who claims not to know how the incident happened, was a close friend of the deceased until she began to suspect him of being a cult member.

This made her withdraw from him and even withdrew more after Eric confessed to her that he was indeed a cult member.

Monsurat says she had a dream on the day of the incident and in the dream, she saw Moses and herself engaged in a quarrel, and Moses slapped her in the dream.

She said as soon as she woke up, she approached one of her friends who she narrated her dream to. As she was narrating her story, she said Moses overheard, approached her and picked a quarrel with her.

An argument ensued and before she knew it, Moses began beating her. She claims Moses then picked up a knife to stab her but she defended herself and the knife pierced his neck, leading to his death.

"I am from Kwara State. I am in my second year studying Business Administration. I can’t really remember what happened.

 Only God knows. He was my hostel mate. Sincerely, speaking, I can’t really remember anything. God knows. I have not been feeling fine. It is just like a dream. We had a normal argument that could come up between students that day. I sat in front of my room when he came.

All I remember was that he wanted to stab me with a knife. We started struggling with the knife and in the process of defending myself, the knife pierced his chest. He later fell. I don’t know what came over him that made him take a knife to want to stab me.”

she said Ogun state Police command spokesperson, Olumuyiwa Adejobi confirmed the incident and said she will be charged to court soon.


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Buhari Appeals To Nigerians For Enough Time To Deliver Promises by Show Your Certificate: President elect, General Muhammadu Buhari has appealed to Nigerians not to expect instant miracle from his government to fix all the problems facing the country.

But to be patient and supportive, saying that he will need enough time to address the Boko Haram insecurity in the north east and other challenges confronting the nation.

General Buhari who made this appeal in Kaduna on Saturday when he received a delegation of the All Progressive Congress (APC) members from Bauchi state led by the state governor elect, says that the change which Nigerians expect from his incoming administration would not be realized overnight.

He hinged his reason on the fact that governing Nigeria will be difficult for him because of the magnitude of the problems on ground.

The president elect further explained that governing Nigeria will be seriously difficult because of what he termed as colossal rape of its economy and leadership deficit. He however assured that the incoming government will do its best to fix things in the right perspective and therefore appealed for support of all Nigerians to his administration.

Buhari, thanked the people of Bauchi and Nigerians for voting massively for APC during the last Presidential and National Assembly elections, and urged them to be vigilante and to protect themselves from being attacked by insurgents.

On their part, the Bauchi state governor elect, Mohammed Abubakar , other elected state and National Assembly members described General Buhari as somebody who is genuinely interested in the peace and progress of the country.

They expressed hope that Nigeria will be better under his leadership.The Governor-elect, also disclosed that he will not waste government resources to probe the outgoing administration in the state, but he will seek better ways of ensuring that all stolen money are recovered for the development of the state.


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How PDP Leaders Betrayed jonathan .

Further details emerged at the weekend as to the factors that informed the decision of top bigwigs of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to betray President Goodluck Jonathan at the just-concluded March 28 presidential election.

Insiders in the party said at the weekend that the “age factor” played a major role in forcing a number of the top echelons of the party to drop their guards at critical points and in some cases allow some untoward things happen to the votes.

A source described the “age factor” as the age-related campaign mounted by the PDP in a bid to checkmate president-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari.

It was learnt that in a bid to draw attention to the fact that a 73-year-old should not be allowed to preside over Nigeria’s affairs, the PDP went too far and in the process forced its chieftains into believing that there would be no hope of being allowed to contest the presidential election in 2019.

According to sources within the party, constant references to the fact that the PDP believes in the younger generation and that it would ensure that those to take over from Jonathan would be younger than him alienated a number of chieftains who immediately lost interest in mounting a vociferous campaign.

A source stated that President Jonathan himself played into the hands of those who betrayed him when he repeatedly mentioned the age factor and the role age would play in determining his successor in 2019, if he succeeds in winning the 2015 election.

According to the calculations, President Jonathan’s declaration would automatically disqualify the like of Vice-President Namadi Sambo; Jigawa State governor, Alhaji Sule Lamido; Governor Muazu Babangida Aliyu of Niger State, Senate President David Mark, National; Chairman of the PDP, Alhaji Adamu Muazu and the Governor of Bauchi State, Isa Yuguda from the 2019 race.

It was learnt that following repeated mentioning of the age factor, the camps of many bigwigs became jittery and lukewarm towards the Jonathan campaign, thus paving the way for the All Progressives Congress(APC) candidate.

Though Governor Aliyu said last week that Jonathan’s refusal to respect the single term pact he had with the governors led to PDP’s defeat, information gathered at the top hierarchy of the part have confirmed the real issues.

“I was with one of the top brass during the campaign, and I saw his countenance when the president mentioned the issue of age and suggested that the PDP would ensure the emergence of a younger successor for him if he wins the 2015 election.

 I recall the man was cold and that was the way it affected all other chieftains, who began to feel what would be in the offing for them if they frontally backed Jonathan to the Presidency in 2015,”a source said.

The source stated that Aliyu could not be trusted, because he was in Lagos to attend the PDP Governors’ Forum meeting a week before the election and canvassed for his re-election at the meeting.

Meanwhile, some other conspiracy theories have started trending at the weekend revealing the grand plot that knocked Jonathan out of the contest.A document entitled: “Let them know that we know” indicated that alleged massive conspiracy that led to Jonathan’s ouster.

The document read in part: “In a gradual process, we will say things the way they were, we will speak of the conspiracy that even the closest ally of President Jonathan entered into in the dark against our people.”

The document alleged that the result from Bauchi State was at a stage reading 457,786, for APC and 559,897 for the PDP but that when the anti-Jonathan agenda was allegedly ignited, the figures changed.

It made similar allegation about Kano, indicating that the PDP had scored close to half a million votes and was closely trailing the APC before things purportedly changed.


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Woman Married 2 Husbands Same Time For 11 years.

Has 3 children for both …Pours hot water on 1st hubby after bubble burstBY SIJIBOMI OYEDEPO-FATAYO AND OLAMIDE BABATUNDEA woman from Delta State who effective­ly hid her adulter­ous relationship from her husband, Lekan Onipede, is now on the run after she viciously attacked him with boiling water and pursued him with a knife.

The woman, Rosemary David, had a son for Onipede, a 31-year-old indigene of Ondo State, about 11 years ago, when he was 20.

While still living with him under the concept of common law mar­riage, and in what would appear to be a case of polyandry, she allegedly hooked up with another man in Delta State and had two other children (a boy and a girl) with the man, and then passed them off as Onipede’s children.

Over the years, David perfectly juggled the two ‘husbands’ in Ondo and Delta states, co-habit­ing with one or the other in a near seamless manner until the bubble burst, and set the stage for the heinous attack on Onipede after accusing him of adultery.

The tale began when David who was living with her parents in Ore, Ondo State, got into a relationship with Onipede and became pregnant.With Onipede insistent on not allowing her abort the pregnancy, she dropped out of school and later gave birth to a baby boy.

Af­ter the birth of the baby, Onipede relocated to Lagos to study at a technical school and also seek means of earning income to sup­port David and the baby.

 While Onipede struggled to find his feet in Lagos, David alternated be­tween living with her parents and Onipedes’ parents in Ondo State on the one hand and her aunt in Delta State on the other hand.

Two years later, Onipede completed his training at the technical school at Abule-Ado, Lagos State, got a job and then invited David to come and live with him. This began their ‘mar­ital’ journey.

A few weeks later, David informed him that she was pregnant. Quite upset with the news, Onipede expressed his dis­pleasure, but promised to do his utmost to cater for the family.As it would later turn out, David regularly traveled to Delta State to visit her aunt and her mother, during which she would stay for three weeks or one month.

 She continued to make the frequent visits to Delta State until she gave birth to a third child.The first twist in the tale occurred four years ago, when Onipede and his elder brother attended a wedding in Delta State, where they met one of the brothers of David and his friend named Okey.

When Okey learnt that David was married to Onipede, he laughed scornfully and said: “Okay, let’s see after the wedding because we have something to talk about.”

 Okey exchanged numbers with Onipede and they kept in touch.When the duo spoke, Okey told Onipede that his ‘wife’ had another husband in Delta State.

 Despite the protestations of Onipede, Okey challenged him to trail David to Delta whenever she embarks on another visit to the state. Still unbelieving, he did not act on the advice until the 2014 Easter period when David traveled to Delta State with the third baby.

Onipede called Okey, who urged him not to believe David’s story of going to visit her aunt. Acting on this advice, Onipede trailed David to Delta State and spent three days searching for her. On the third day, he finally saw her with another man.

 Heartbro­ken, Onipede returned to Lagos the same day, after discovering his wife’s infidelity.Recalling what he overheard in the bar that night, Onipede told Sunday Sun: “As I sat at the bar monitoring my wife, one of the men seated there said that he did know what Rosemary always went to do in Lagos.

Every time, she would go to Lagos and leave her husband here at home.

 I am sure it is because of the first wife of the man she is married to. I returned home, I took my two children that Rosemary left behind for blood test since DNA test is expensive.

 The only child who had the same blood group as my was the first child I had with Rose in secondary school. When she came back from Delta, I told her that I got a new job and said that she should go and do a blood group test as the company required the whole family to do such.

When she did it, the second and third children had the same blood group but it was not the same with their mother’s blood group or mine. That was when I knew the children were not mine.”Based on this discovery, Oni­pede told David he didn’t want anything to do with her again.

She left for her parent’s place in Ore with the children.Despite the separation he con­tinued to cater for the children. Then one day David called and said she wanted to visit Lagos to buy jewellery and sell in Ore, Ondo State.

 Out of a sense he told her to stay in his apartment to ease her accommodation problem while in Lagos. Upon her arrival, she tried to perform her wifely duties, like cooking and cleaning.

 To discourage her, he casually mentioned that he was in a relationship with a young lady, who was already pregnant for him and would give birth soon.

 The revelation enraged David and she extracted the lady’s number from Onipede’s phone. She then called and threatened her. David allegedly made several unsuccessful ef­forts to start up a fight between her and Onipede.

 On Friday of that week, he left for work and deliberately stayed back in the office to avoid her. But on Saturday night she called him and pleaded with Onipede to return home because she needed money to make up her fare to Delta State.

The next day, he went home and gave her the money she wanted and laid down on a settee in the room to rest.It was at this point that David made her Jezebelic move.

 From behind, she poured a pot of boil­ing water on his back. When he screamed and turned towards her, she did the same to his stomach.

 With his body severely scalded, Onipede rushed out, calling his landlady for assistance. She advised him to go to the Police station to file a report.

Mounting his motorcycle, Onipede headed to the police station as David continued to rain curses on him. Enraged that he left her in the house, David allegedly picked up a knife, flagged down a motorcy­clist and instructed him to follow Onipede’s motorcycle.

With both motorcycles trapped in traffic, she continued to hurl insults on Oni­pede while passers-by watched her. Soon enough, people who didn’t know the facts joined in insulting him for sleeping with a prostitute and not paying her.

The apparent support of the by-stand­ers fueled David’s anger, prompt­ing her to pick up a plank by the roadside and almost hit him with it before she was over-powered by some men who promised to deal with him instead.

 As the argument was still going on, Rose brought out the knife and tried to stab him. Upon seeing that she had been held back, Onipede told the sudden roadside jury that David was his wife and he was heading to the hospital to treat burns he got after she poured hot water on him.

 Instantly, the people turned against her and forcefully dragged her to Area K Police Station, Okokomaiko.She was promptly arrested, detained and asked to make a written statement.

As this pro­gressed, Onipede’s burn wounds had become critical necessitating the police to transfer him to Ikeja General Hospital, where he was given proper medical attention.

The next twist in the tale happened when the brother of the lady, who is a policeman attached to the Iyana-Ira Police Station allegedly facilitated her release by taking somebody else to the station to secure bail for her.

Though David promised at the police station to apologise to Oni­pede, she never did so or bother to visit him at the hospital.

“I never knew she was going to react like this or even get angry. We are no longer together so I was shocked when she took the news personal and attacked me with hot water.

Actually I saw the pot in the bedroom but I never checked what was in it,” Onipede said, recalling that terrible day.

As it stands now, the police are said to be making efforts to track down David who is on the run.


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Kim Kardashian buys herself $400K Rolls Royce luxury car.

The reality star and mother of one was spotted in LA yesterday driving in a brand-new 2015 Rolls Royce Phantom, the latest model which starts at $407,000. That would be about N80m in Nigerian currency. Wow boss lady at it .


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'Why I’m not proud to call Buhari my president' - Femi Aribisala

Vanguard columnist Dr. Femi Aribisala, in an interaction with Vanguard editors, explains why he is not proud to call president-elect, Gen. Buhari his president. Quite interesting.

Read below...
How did you come about your claim that INEC rigged the election for Buhari?

 There are certain things that are interesting about this election. The first one is that it is one of the most keenly contested elections that we have had in this country. It involved more people.

But 10 million less people voted than last time, which gives us some idea as to how true some of the figures we have been having before had been. But the question is: Where did the decline of 10 million come from?

 I discovered that it came disproportionately in certain areas than it did in others. And to some extent, if you look at the PVC distribution, you can project the election. It is because Buhari could campaign in the South, but the North didn't permit same kind of liberty for the president.

The president was stoned in Bauchi and he was threatened. By the time the pattern of PVC distribution became very known even in war-torn states, it was easy to know that it had been front-loaded.

When you then analyze the election result itself, you will discover that some places just had an incredible suppression of voters in spite of high level of interest.

 Some people had an incredible number of voters. And I am still interested in why more people voted in the governorship election in Katsina than the presidential election.

On alleged gang- up against President Jonathan
If Buhari had contested in the United States, there is no way that he could win. It is impossible. We know his antecedents.

Nigeria doesn’t even teach history in schools. Once you bring up the antecedents, the very idea of having such a person gunning for a position, not even talk of the presidency, would have nullified his candidacy. I was not just writing about Buhari because he tried to arrest me.

There were all sorts of things that he did and for which he never apologised. Buhari took ownership of those things. And he never asked for forgiveness. At different points in the history of Nigeria, he was given an opportunity to do that.

We set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission but he refused to do it. You don’t forgive a man who does not repent. With regards to President Jonathan, I had a problem with the gang-up. And I think it is wrong for two major tribes to gang up against someone from the minority.

 Why should a President be called clueless? I don’t think that someone will get away with calling Obasanjo clueless. Somehow I feel that the South-South is entitled to have their son as president and we were acting as if we were doing them a favour.

 If it was not providence that threw up Goodluck Jonathan, I wonder if we would have considered having a South-South president. In the interest of national unity, the North-West producing the president again does not balance any equation in Nigeria.

 If we are talking about a president from the North, we should be talking about the North-East. I was offended that from the beginning, some people insisted that there would be a civil war if the man ran.

 They also insisted that they would create a problem if the man ran. And I said that Nigeria belongs to every one of us. So that was an issue to me. Wole Soyinka had vowed not to support Buhari but a few weeks to the election, he asked Nigerians to forget the past and move on.

Are you not being unfair to Buhari given the circumstances we found ourselves?
I said you only forgive somebody who repents. Buhari has never asked anyone to forgive him.

 So you are jumping into conclusion that we have a new Buhari? And the fact that he has won the election has not won him forgiveness. We are going to see if Buhari has changed.

And I have said that if he has changed, he will do more than just wearing a suit. He will come out and apologise for things done and overdone. He said he took responsibility which is different from apologising.

 The man who admitted stealing a cow is different from the one who said forgive me for stealing a cow. Buhari is a very deliberate man. I am not persuaded by the election campaign that Buhari is going to be a very competent president.

I have not seen any competence in him. There was nothing in the campaign that was of substance that impressed me. No new ideas came from Buhari or the APC. Most of the people in APC are PDP people. So I am not persuaded that we are in for any new thing. But I hope you are right.

Beyond Buhari, you are also not a friend of Bola Tinubu. What are your reasons?

I wonder why anybody will be a fan of Bola Tinubu especially if you live in Lagos. He is not a democrat. I don’t like Bola Tinubu because he has monopolised Lagos politics.

 To some extent, Ekiti governorship election was lost because of him. I live in Lekki and every day I have to pay toll fare and I wish I was not doing that. APC is in control of the media to a very large extent. Governor Fashola has gotten an easy pass with the media.

It is easy for a Lagos State governor to be seen to be good because he has resources. In the light of the resources of the state, only 10 percent of the people have access to potable water, the same percentage has access to educational structures.
 In order for the APC to survive, the resources of this state had to be commandeered for political purposes.

So, you can see the end justifies the means. I think it will be foolish of Tinubu to take AIT to court over the Lion of Bourdillion case because if he does, the kind of things that would be revealed about him would be shocking.

This godfather business is undemocratic. Let people choose their leaders. One person cannot sit somewhere and decide what is best for everybody.

 I don’t believe that elections are free and fair in Lagos. I do not believe that Jimi Agbaje lost this election. It was APC’s manipulation that brought out the governorship election result.

 That is my own opinion. Not many Nigerians are asking Buhari to apologise. What exactly do you want him to apologise for?

It is part of my problem with the media at the moment. We are being given the impression that Buhari won by a landslide.

Please let us look at what INEC declared. 12.8 million people voted for Goodluck Jonathan. So don’t assume that they don’t have their reasons or that the people that want him to apologise don’t exist.

 I maintain that it is very easy to say that we don’t want to look at the past because we want to look at the future. But we need to understand the past in order to move to the future.

So, Buhari needed to apologise. He needed to ask for forgiveness because he killed people through extra-judicial means, he jailed people for telling the truth, he kept people in jail even when kangaroo courts that he set up said they were not guilty.

 He manipulated the judiciary into jailing some people. I could go on and on. That is why I said that if we were a serious democracy, he would never have gotten away with it. There is a reason Buhari was not nominated by the northerners.

They voted for Kwankwaso and Atiku at the primaries. Buhari got his candidacy through Tinubu.

 We don’t have to pretend that Buhari is well liked because he has won, it seems to be like that but we should know that he only has the plurality of 2.5 million votes.

In your penultimate column you claimed the emphasis on the alleged rigging was in the South-South and South-East, but the PDP was beaten in areas where they had strengths like Niger, Kaduna and other places.
You think the resentment was not real? I mentioned those areas as well.

I mentioned Kano, Jigawa, Katsina and Bauchi. I said the results from these places were inflated. We have video recordings of underage voting.

There is a problem with the election because if we accept what the PVCs are saying that 17.1 million registered for the election in the North-West alone, the zone will determine future elections.

If they decide that they want somebody to be president, by the time we will be looking at the result and they will come up with 9.1 million from Kano, the whole equation would change.

 What can you get from Imo and Anambra? So, if the North-West vote is more than the South-South and South-East, there is going to be a problem.

There will be a problem if we don’t get the proper census of Nigeria. They used to tell us that Kano was bigger than Lagos. Jigawa was split from Kano and Kano is still supposedly bigger than Lagos.

In this last election, about 3.1 million people voted in Kano and Jigawa. And 1.4 million people voted in Lagos.

 That is twice the number of the people in Lagos. I don’t believe these figures. If you do, fine. I am entitled to my opinion.

You said you don’t like Tinubu because of the reasons you adduced, but when the books would be written, it would be said that Tinubu contributed significantly to Buhari’s emergence as a democratically elected president.

What do you make of that?
I don’t agree that Tinubu made Buhari the president. Let’s get the facts right.

Tinubu made Buhari the presidential candidate of the APC. But in the presidential election, Buhari did not win Tinubu’s votes. And that is part of the problem. All the discussion before was that everything would be determined in the South-West, but Tinubu did not deliver the South-West.

 The margin of defeat in the presidential election was not much in Lagos. Tinubu, to some extent at the presidential level, is expendable. And that is the problem.X  You can actually not choose a president just from the North.

It interests me that while the campaign was going on, all the northerners making noise that it was their turn disappeared. They did not campaign with Buhari. The people campaigning were Tinubu, Amaechi, Fashola.

 I bet you that the northerners are going to come out come May 29. And you will see it happen.

 Don’t think that the people that had been clamouring for power to return to the North in the past six years, were doing that for Tinubu to inherit. I don’t believe that.

They have an agenda. That is why I said the story is not told because the election has taken place, the story will unfold when the administration comes on board.
Are you saying that you are impressed with Jonathan’s performance?

Yes I am. I think APC ran a fantastic campaign. They hired Obama’s people and they controlled so many different things. So, a lot of things were simply propaganda.

 And part of the problem with the PDP was that they had it so easy for so long that they did not know how to campaign anymore. So, they thought that it was just going to be another cake work, and this was a different issue for them.

Many of the things that Jonathan did, his people like Reuben Abati did not talk about it. People just did not know anything until some spirited efforts were made at the last-minute during the extension.

That was when they now told people what had happened. But within the framework of Nigerian presidency, Jonathan is a good president if you compare him with others who had occupied that position.
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