Sunday, 26 April 2015


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Graphic photo: Body dumped on 3rd Mainland bridge this evening.

A mutilated man was just thrown from a car on 3rd Mainland Bridge this evening. A driver who witnessed it took a photo and it's horrific. See the photo after the cut *viewer discretion advised.


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Lil Wayne Tour Bus Shooting In Atlanta

Lil Wayne, 32, and his entire tour crew are the victims were given quite the scare in the early morning hours of Sunday, April 26, in Atlanta, Ga.

A report claims that at least one of his two tour buses was shot at multiple times while they were leaving a nightclub after a performance, and many people were on board both buses — including rapper Lil Twist, 22, and a handful of Young Money record executives.

This must have been so terrifying for everyone on board.As Lil Wayne’s two tour buses pulled away from Compound nightclub very early Sunday morning, gunfire shook the passengers, reports TMZ.

It’s unclear which tour bus was hit, if not both, but the report claims Lil Wayne, Lil Twist, Hood, and many of their Young Money execs were on board at least one of them.

Neither Lil Wayne nor Lil Twist have tweeted since the shooting, so we sincerely hope that they are both okay after the terrifying incident


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Marriage Of Deception

Story of how ‘naval officer’ conned and lured woman into sham weddingA man who claimed to be an officer of the Nigerian Navy is currently enmeshed in what could best be described as a fraudulent marriage.

The man identified as Edward Benosa and who claimed to be attached to NNS Apapa, Lagos, Sunday Sun was informed, wedded a lady (name withheld) in a Catholic church in Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State in June 2014 while his first marriage was still intact.

Edward, it was gathered, allegedly tricked the woman in question to foot the bills of the wedding after he reportedly showed her  a post- dated cheque of N1 million with which he claimed he intended to refund the expenses incurred by the lady.

Sunday Sun gathered that the naval officer met the lady in 2013 through a friend and they dated until the lady became pregnant early in 2014.The lady who was a youth corps member as at the time they met, a reliable source explained, was also into business.“

Along the line, a lady started calling her on phone telling her to leave her husband but she took it as one of those things, thinking the caller was Edward’s ex-girlfriend.

When he confronted Edward with it, he allegedly swore with his life that he had never been married and neither did he have any child,” the source disclosed.Not pleased with his explanation, the lady demanded to meet his parents, a demand Edward acceded to. “When they got to Lagos, the guy took her to Iba.

 On getting there, she saw the guy’s mother living with four children. She asked whose children they were and he told her that the children were his sister’s children.“They later retired to a hotel room where the guy lodged her and the lady asked him if he doesn’t have a house in Lagos.

He responded by telling her that he lived in the same apartment with his mother but he could not lodge her there because he didn’t want his mother to see him camping a lady he had not married formally in his room because his mother knew him to be a pious person.“

The lady said at that point she began to suspect that something was fishy. She said anytime she went to his mother’s house alone the children were always at liberty to play around but immediately Edward stepped in they would disappear.“

She later decided to ask the mother whose children they were. Shockingly, the mother, who had earlier lied about the children, later said they were Edward’s children few weeks before the wedding.

 She told the woman that her son told her that the children were his sister’s. Then the mother reportedly told her not to be bothered about the children since Edward didn’t formally marry their mother and since the children were not going to live with them after their wedding.

When her pregnancy was four –months-old, Edward was said to have mooted the idea of getting the pregnancy terminated to the lady on the ground that he was financially handicapped at the period, a suggestion the lady kicked against because, according to her, the suggestion was against her faith.

According to the source, Edward claimed that his salary and other allowances were being withheld by the Nigerian Navy along with some other naval personnel for their refusal to embark on a military assignment.“Edward later told her to look for money so that they could get married. He showed her a cheque of N1 million, which he claimed was given to him by his boss.

 The cheque, he said, would mature after the wedding and the lady would be able to recoup the expenses she incurred on the wedding. So they fixed a June, 2014 date for the weddingThe lady, it was gathered, later secured a N500,000 loan from a bank with the intention of repaying the loan when the cheque matures after the wedding.

Curiously, Sunday Sun learnt that the lady was always responsible for Edward’s transport fares to and fro Enugu, his hotel bills and other expenses based on the understanding that his salaries were being withheld.

As preparations for the marriage approached its crucial stage, they were given Marriage Ban, a document would-be couple is expected to fill and sign with which the announcement of their proposed union would be made in their respective churches, but Edward refused to sign the document in his church in Lagos.

Sensing the implication of Edward’s refusal to sign the document the lady alongside Edward decided to make a private arrangement and got the document signed.

Since they had both agreed that the church wedding and the traditional wedding would hold on same day, Edward, who had repeatedly dodged the lady’s request to take her to his village in Delta State claiming he could not guarantee the safety of her pregnancy should she insist on visiting his village, succeeded in deceiving her.“

She wanted to go to his village but he said because she was pregnant. Let me use his language, “there are many witches in my village and I don’t want them to kill your unborn baby” so the lady did not travel to his village.“But when the man gave the name of his village in Delta State as Uzoro Village, the lady sent her younger brother to help her locate the said village.

Her younger brother was said to have travelled to Delta State but could not locate the village within the local government area he was told the village was situated.“Before the wedding, they went to buy souvenirs and then returned to the hotel where Edward lodged. Then his phone rang but unfortunately for the guy, he was in the bathroom. So the lady had enough time to copy and save the number, she did not pick the call.

 When Edward returned, she told him to pick his call but he refused, claiming that the person calling him was a customer he was helping in clearing some goods, the source informed.The lady, it was learnt, later called the number and the receiver would only compound her fear and suspicion. “

When she called the number the receiver said, ‘I have been waiting for you. I am currently living with Edward and we have three children. I am your Ibo sister from Imo State.

Why are you doing this to your sister?’ She told her to ask Edward if what she said was untrue and to request Edward to take her to where he lived and where his belongings were,” the source said.When confronted with the allegation, Edward, it was gathered denied having any wife or children saying, the caller was one of his ex-girl friends.“

The lady later confronted Edward’s mother with the same allegation but she also denied that his son was married to any woman. With this you can understand that the mother was also part of the whole fraudulent plan,” the source disclosed further.A day to the wedding, Edward, Sunday Sun learnt, arrived with only his shirt and jeans trousers without any bag.

 The lady who was dumbfounded hurriedly went out with him and bought his suit along with that of his younger brother, who was the best man.The lady who had expected that their wedding ceremony would be graced by naval personnel was further shocked as no naval personnel showed up at the wedding.

“As I am speaking to you the lady doesn’t know if the guy is truly a naval officer because the usual sword crossing which is a part of the ceremony when military officers are getting married did not take place during their wedding. On the wedding day, the mother came with four other guests.

 They finished the church wedding and went to her village for the traditional wedding and the following day, which was a Sunday, they went for thanksgiving. And on the next day, which was Monday, Edward returned to Lagos.“Shortly after Edward returned to Lagos he started admitting that he was already married and that he has children.

The woman who called her earlier also called back to taunt her, saying ‘I told you that you shouldn’t go ahead to marry him (Edward) and that he is my husband,” the source said.

Sunday Sun gathered that the lady was delivered of a baby boy in January but Edward had failed to live up to his responsibility as he was said to have abandoned the lady and her child.

But when contacted, Edward insisted that he is a naval officer but denied having been married to two other women before his marriage to the lady. “It is not true that I have been married twice.

I only married once before my marriage to her (the lady),” he said.While expressing regrets over what he called a mistake on his part, Edward said the lady failed to yield to his advice that the pregnancy be terminated. “

The only mistake I made is that I went for the wedding, “ Edward lamented.


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Bode George: Tinubu Has Begged Me For Forgiveness.

In this interview with ENIOLA AKINKUOTU, the leader of the Peoples Democratic Party in Lagos State, Chief Bode George, speaks about the just concluded elections and other national issuesIn your clear assessment, what do you think led to the defeat of the Peoples Democratic Party in the last elections?

The PDP was not defeated. We were manipulated out and history will judge what I am saying. When (Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission) Prof. Attahiru Jega came up with the use of card readers and Permanent Voter Cards, technically, you would have thought: ‘Thank God, we are in the 21st century, we have arrived.’

 Take my state, Lagos, for example, 5.9 million people were registered to vote but until the week before the election which was fortunately postponed, we had 3.8 million PVCs delivered to Lagos. That means 2.1 million people were cut off. In areas where there was insurgency, there was between 80 and 90 per cent distribution rate. Most of Jega’s areas had no problems. Thank God Jega is a professor. Let’s assume that he is teaching a 400-level class in a university.

He teaches Classes A, B and C. In Class A, he has completed the syllabus but in Class B, he completed 60 per cent while in class C, he only completed 30 per cent of the syllabus and they are all going to write the same examination. Is that justifiable?

Is that equitable? Thus, just looking at that, would he in his own mind, be satisfied that he did a good job?Remember he first had February 14 as the election day.

 We thank God it was shifted. Yet he attributed the shift to the insurgency and the military wanting to operate. In his heart of hearts, can he face his Creator and say what he did was fair? Technically, we must move with the rest of the world but this manipulation was so vicious.

 I come from a highly politically-inclined family. The late Herbert Macaulay was my mother’s grandfather. Thus, we have always been politically vibrant in my family. I remember the politics of the 1960s.

 I sat back after the elections and when I saw the political setting, I concluded that after 50 years of independence and meandering, we are back at the starting block where we were in 1960.

What have we achieved? The Northern Peoples Congress is now the All Progressives Congress. The National Conference of Nigeria and the Cameroons is now the PDP which was in control of the Eastern Region and the Western Region. We have come full circle and we are back to the starting point.

I love this nation but when we look at how things are being done, there is no equity, justice or fairness. I am praying we will alter the course and take the ship of state in a direction where every Nigerian will be proud to commit themselves to the unity and indivisibility of Nigeria.

 After an in-depth post-mortem analysis of this election, we will know that we have taken a journey that has led to nowhere.

Are you saying the elections were not credible despite President Goodluck Jonathan’s acceptance of defeat?On the day of the presidential election, at about 1pm, when the card readers were not working, suddenly Jega said we should go manual.

 If you check the time it takes for a person to be accredited and the initial 500 people per polling unit and later 750; you would be shocked that over two million people were accredited in Kano within the remaining time and they all voted.

 We must have been a more developed country than America to pull that off. The result that came out of Kano was 1,903,999 and then I shuddered. If I have to go to a classroom to teach and analyse this result, I would say there is no improvement at all and it took us straight back to the 1960 setting. We are now back to the era whereby people vote based on tribal sentiments.

This was the kind of thing (former Head of State) Gen. Yakubu Gowon wanted to stop and that was why he came up with the National Youth Service Corps programme to put all of us in a melting pot so that a Nigerian colour could emerge but we have not achieved that.

Will this not haunt Jega? He should go into the inner-most chamber of his house and beg God for forgiveness. I am ready for a debate with him with facts and figures. There needs to be a total overhaul of INEC because if not, it means one section of the country will always determine who becomes President.

 Does that augur well for peace?When President Goodluck Jonathan conceded defeat, he said he knew the election was manipulated and that he was not a coward but he had sworn that he would not allow any Nigerian to be killed on his own watch; thus, he threw in the towel and wished Nigeria well.

 His action doused a lot of tension.There was heavy manipulation in Lagos. Why would Ajegunle, Ajeromi/Ifelodun’s ballot papers be found in Kosofe Local Government?

 Why would Kosofe’s ballot papers be found in Ojo Local Government? Why were hoodlums snatching ballot papers and shooting into the air? I have been calming frayed nerves because there is a graveyard silence in Lagos and people are not happy about the results. I have said we should not conflagrate Lagos.

 We must follow the example of the civility exercised by our President, gather our information as humanly possible and head for the tribunal.But the South-East and the South-South gave the PDP almost 100 per cent votes. Your party also got millions of votes from Rivers and Delta states.Most of the states in those places were originally PDP.

The founding founders of our party were people who were of diverse backgrounds: Alex Ekuweme, Bola Ige, Adamu Ciroma and Abubakar Rimi came together with others to form the mega party that was Nigeria in all ramifications.It is on record that President Jonathan got over N21bn the week he announced his intention to run.

Lagos is also said to have got the largest chunk of the money in the campaign chest. But PDP leaders allegedly used the money to buy mansions for themselves instead of campaigning for Jonathan.

This was said to have led to your party being outwitted by the APC. What is your response to this?When we do a thorough post-mortem analysis, you will get the details. Those who collected the money would have to explain themselves. No kobo was sent here.

 I have also heard of complaints both from the APC and the PDP. It shows you the level of poverty of the mind and of the stomach. People think politics is all about self. The great orator, Cicero, said we are not born for ourselves alone but for service. If all they know is ‘grab it’, how will the money last them? The Yoruba say money is for spending.

Those who stole the last time, where are they? I was inundated here with complaints of people collecting money and fleeing. It was done by the APC and the PDP. We will do an analysis and reappraise. Some people have disappeared like a submarine. We will do analysis.

People cannot be fully trusted but the people given the resources will have to account for it.Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd) has a reputation of being an incorruptible person. Do you think he can clean up the system?The new government hurriedly put themselves together. They have no taproot; no culture. All they are after is power.

 On May 29, they will have the power. When I listened to Gen. Buhari’s economic postulation, I laughed. The world is in the 21st century. No one is talking about establishing Nigerian Airways or automatically turning a naira into a dollar. He said he would look into all the governors that have used their state Houses of Assembly to approve stupendous benefits for themselves.

He said he would cancel it. But this is not a military government. My oga will now know what it means to deal with a National Assembly and their idiosyncrasies, state governors, political parties and their idiosyncrasies.

I know Buhari to be a man that does not want any stain on his public posture. But when I was young, my mother used to say, ‘show me your friends and I will tell you who you are.’

 Let my oga show me his friends and I will tell him who he is. Let him start to clean his own household because it is filthy.I am from this state and I have been involved in politics since 1998. Bola Tinubu and I have settled our quarrel but facts are facts. Friendship is different.

If I still see him, I will tell him to his face. His acquisitive tendencies know no bounds. He decided to bring (Akin) Ambode to manipulate the system and throw a lot of funds around.

Where is the growth in Lagos?Are you saying Asiwaju Bola Tinubu can stop Buhari from doing well?Are they not in the same party? Who calls himself the national leader of the party? If Tinubu says let’s go South and Buhari says lets go East, what happens? You cannot have two captains on a ship.

 I told you the APC has no taproot but it is just an experimental party. I know Buhari will not want to contaminate himself but what of those who have fast hands in the tillers? We are waiting for him to announce his cabinet. Four years is a short time in the life of a nation. He is almost 73 and he should fear nothing.

All he needs to do is to leave a good name behind.You once said if Tinubu finds his way into national government, you will go on exile. Now that he has, when will you start packing your bags?There is nothing he can do to me.

 I am not afraid of him and he knows that but I am now 70 and most of my children are abroad. My little girl is also abroad. I will spend more time there doing my memoirs because if I am here, I will be dealing with too many things.

 The book will include my 16 years of politics in Lagos and my youthful experiences.You and Tinubu are believed to be archenemies but a member of your party, Buruji Kashamu, has described him as a role model for Yoruba and the architect of modern Nigeria.

How do you see Tinubu now?One little boy who just delved into politics said I am a mole of Bola Tinubu. He must have woken on the wrong side of his bed. Bola and I are not enemies; we are in two different parties with different ideologies. His concept of operation is at variance with mine. We are not enemies; we did not grow up together.

 I even went to his village in Iragbiji to campaign for our party in Osun State. I met his Oba there and they even showed me his primary school. One of his friends with whom he lived in Ibadan was my classmate at the University of Lagos.Initially, he thought I hated him so much and convolutedly conspired to use a judge to put me in prison. Whatever you sow, you will reap. The Supreme Court said the judgment was a conjecture which means it never existed.

They did not know they were helping me to go and rediscover myself. Of course it was painful. We later met at the Adamasingba Stadium Ibadan, at the burial of my good friend, Alao Arisekola. The Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi, who is a younger brother of mine, sprang up and said, ‘Why are you and Tinubu not greeting each other?’ and I said Bola is on a different planet from mine.

Oba Otudeko was also there and he said, ‘today at the burial of our mutual friend, Arisekola, we should end our hostility’ and I told them that he was involved in the conspiracy to lock me up. They called Bola, he shook my hand and said he was sorry.

 It was in public. Since then, if we meet in public, we greet each other but our concepts of politics are different.[/b][/i]For me, there is no enmity, just differences in political approaches. For me, democracy is about the people, service and the majority of the people choosing who will lead them. His own concept is imperial. He decides who should go to sleep and who gets what.

Now, there is Gen. Buhari. If I remember the kind of person he is and the Bourdillon dictator, I wish them the best of luck.There are still those who believe that if the PDP had chosen Musiliu Obanikoro, it would have performed better at the polls because he is a grass roots politician that would be able to face Tinubu.

What is your take?Obanikoro face Bola Tinubu? When people say such things, it baffles me. Let him (Obanikoro) come out openly and say it. Without mincing words, whenever he needs something, he (Obanikoro) comes here to prostrate but you see I am an irredentist of the truth.

When I know that you don’t have the qualities needed for a job and you are asking me to support you, I will tell you the truth. So, he went out to say he was going to campaign on his own and I wished him the best of luck. The people decided at the primary because Jimi Agbaje was unique.

The public wanted him and they voted for him. It was not about Bode George. If I were a weak leader, Obanikoro would have got away with all his shenanigans.Why did the PDP play the ethnic card, pitting the Igbo against the Yoruba after the Oba of Lagos made threats against the Igbo? This is believed to have contributed to your party’s defeat.That is arrant nonsense.

I am happy you asked this question. Before his statement, candidates had emerged and we were getting ready for election. According to the way I was brought up in Lagos, the centre of commerce, everyone is welcome. That is why Lagos is different from every other city in Nigeria. If you come from anywhere, we accommodate you because buying and selling was our business.

 Thus, leaders of the South-South and Igbo came and said we should select some of their indigenes for the National Assembly and House of Assembly elections. I told them we do not select in the PDP except for where you have an advantage. For example, in Ojo, there are many Igbos. In Ajegunle, Ajeromi/Ifelodun, it is a mixture of Igbo and people from Delta. In Amuwo

Odofin, there are a lot of Delta, Edo and Igbo people.As the leader of the party, I sat down and asked my people, what is democracy? It is about representation. These people live here, have properties here and pay their taxes here.

If they win, they will be representing their constituency that is made up of their own ethnic group. Already, some of them were members of their local government executive committees.

They participated in the primaries and won and for the first time in the history of this state, we have some Igbos who are representing Lagos at the National Assembly. They are not representing the South-East but their people in Lagos. Therefore, it was not a matter of us playing the ethnic card.

It was my friend, the kabiyesi, that was pitting the Yoruba against the Igbo. When it is time for local government elections, it would be foolish of us to go to Agege, where there is a large northern population, and present a Yoruba man as our candidate.

If you want to win, you put their own person there. Lagos is the melting pot and we are showing the rest of Nigeria the way. Tribalism must be buried and totally abandoned and that was why I said we have returned to the 1960 pattern of ethnic voting.

For the first time, the Lagos PDP is on its own without federal backing. How will you survive in the opposition?We will survive through dedication, loyalty, sincerity of purpose and absolute commitment. It is going to be tough but this is when you will sieve the boys from the men.

The failure of your party nationally has been traced to the defection of five governors, which President Jonathan did not handle properly. With the benefit of hindsight, what lessons can you take from this?I will not like to talk about my personal views because we have not had our party post-mortem analysis. Who did what, when and how should be an internal matter.

 I am a leader of the party and I remain a full member of the caucus and a life member of the Board of Trustees and National Executive Committee, hence, I will not wash our dirty linen in public.What will Jonathan be remembered for?He will be remembered for a lot of things, one of which is his meekness which is not a sign of weakness.

Even at the peak of power, he kept his cool and history will judge. He did not behave like a bull in a China shop.Your wife is the Director-General of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency. Will you allow her to continue with the Buhari administration?

If Gen. Buhari asks her to continue, I will not stop her. That is a very sensitive organisation and requires absolute trust of those in government. We are not alone in the fight against drugs. The Europeans and Americans are heavily involved in it. She is brilliant and has gone through all the trainings. She is very competent.

If they want her to continue, it is fine but we have to look at those she will work with. I know Gen. Buhari. I will not say more than that.


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Future was dating former Atlanta stripper Brittni Mealy when he met and fell for Ciara. At the time, Brittni and Future had a one year son and Brittni was bitter that Future dumped her for Ciara.

Now that Ciara has dated Future, had a baby for him (Ciara is the 4th baby mama), and left him, Brittni is back in his life. Two days ago, she shared a pic of herself and Future hiking at Runyon Canon in LA.


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Amber showed off one of her sexiest looks yet on April 24 in a see-through purple dress which put her huge butt on full display!

Amber Rose, 31, is always turning heads with her stunning and sexy looks, and she did not fall short when flaunting her hot body in a tight purple dress during her UK club tour on April 24.

The model embraced the dress’ sexy see-through look by going full on commando!

Amber Rose’s See-Through Dress — She Shows Off Her Butt In Hot Look

Hello, hot stuff! Amber, who’s been in the UK as part of her grand club tour, pretty much won the hottest look of the week in uher mesh minidress.The dress was the right amount of sexy and subtle, showing just enough skin to leave the rest to the imagination.

Amber totally rocked the dress, which put her cleavage and butt on full display. It was obvious that Amber had ditched her underwear to flaunt her hot look. Talk about confidence!


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Rochas Okorocha Declared Winner Of Imo State Governorship Election.

The incumbent Governor Rochas Okorocha has secured victory after today’s supplementary polls to conclude the inconclusive governorship election in Imo State.

Mr. Okorocha, who is the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has beaten Emeka Ihedioha, the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) by 416,996 votes.

 Mr. Ihedioha scored 320,705 votes.In declaring Mr. Okorocha as winner in Owerri early morning in Nigeria, the Returning officer stated that that the total number of valid votes amounted to 782,528.

In Abia state, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu of PDP won by beating APGA candidate, Dr. Alex Otti, former MD of Diamond Bank. Ikpeazu polled 264,713 votes to Otti's 180,882.


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John Fashanu And Wife Abigail In Divorce Mess.

John Fashanu says wife tried to KILL him after 'walking in on raunchy sex party'The former Gladiators host is now at the centre of a bitter divorce battle with Abigail – and also insists SHE cheated on him with a womanSoccer legend John Fashanu has accused his wife of trying to kill him – after she allegedly found him bedding two women at the same time.

The retired former Wimbledon and England striker said estranged Abigail Onyekwelu went for him with a knife during a furious row at their home.

Fashanu, also a former Gladiators host, is now at the centre of a bitter divorce battle with Abigail – and insists SHE cheated on him with a woman.She denies his claims and the ­astonishing battle – which includes the ­accusation that he bedded their maid – is to be played out in the high court in Abuja, Nigeria.

Furious Abigail, 48, said last night: “Good riddance to bad rubbish! I’ve left him and washed my hands.”But Fashanu, 52 – dubbed Fash the Bash for his hardman reputation in Wimbledon’s famous “Crazy Gang” – hit back with an extraordinary series of allegations.

He said he had to call in police to protect him from knife-wielding Abigail and was devastated to find her in bed with another woman.He also alleged that she stole thousands of pounds in cash from their marital home.

Speaking exclusively to the Sunday People the star – who now presents the Nigerian version of TV’s Deal or No Deal – said: “She attempted to use knives on me. It was terrifying.“

My life was at stake, there’s no two ways about that.“Even if you did think I was sleeping with the maid, or even if you thought I was sleeping with Miss Nigeria, don’t kill me! Just leave me and go. The ­violence was just too much.

”6ft 2in Fashanu added: “My life was at risk and I didn’t want it to happen again. That’s why I filed for divorce.”He denied his wife’s claim to have discovered him in bed with two other women – one of them their maid.

“I’ve been very fortunate to date some of the most beautiful women in the world,” Fash insisted. “I certainly don’t have to sleep with my cleaner!“This is me, John Fashanu, you’re talking to. It’s absolute nonsense. If she wants to make up that ­story, at least let her say it’s BeyoncĂ© or someone.“Don’t say it’s my cleaner, that’s just b******s. It’s not true at all.“

The truth is she’s been cheating on me with a woman she calls her spiritual partner.“I caught them in the bed many times. That was why I kicked her out of my house.”Abigail is the mother of former beauty queen Adaeze Yobo.

 Fashanu met her in 2009. They married two years later but the relationship hit the skids last year.[/b]Father-of-five Fashanu claimed police are now investigating an attack on him. He also alleged that officers are trying to retrieve missing cash from Abigail.

He said:[b] “I’m the one who is filing for divorce. I couldn’t stand her and, to be honest, she probably couldn’t stand me. With Abigail it was just money, money, money.“I’ve never seen a woman who has such an appetite for money. Nearly one million Nigerian naira (around £3,300) was stolen from my house in Abuja.

There are police reports you can see.“There were so many assaults, it was just getting too much. It was absolutely ridiculous. She attacked me on multiple occasions. The whole situation was far too hot for me. There are some wonderful, wonderful women. It’s just that I met the wrong one.

”Glamorous socialite Abigail, a ­qualified lawyer and mother-in-law to former Nigerian football captain Joseph Yobo, paints a totally different picture of the marriage breakdown.

The mother of four said: “John’s saying I tried to kill him? Oh my God, this is so funny. I don’t quite ­understand all this.“How can I kill him? How can ­somebody like me kill this huge man who is an expert in karate.

I don’t ­understand how I can kill him.”Told that he had accused her of going to his house armed with knives before trying to attack him, Abigail retorted: “Oh my God, that is ridiculous.”She also rejected Fashanu’s claim that he threw her out of his house after finding her in bed with another woman.

Abigail said: “He didn’t kick me out of his house. We were living in my house. He couldn’t have kicked me out of my own house – I kicked him out.”Of the woman concerned, she ­insisted: “She is a good friend to me. She has a husband and children. It is ridiculous. She was living with me for a while to get back on her feet.”

Abigail went on: “I caught him in bed with two women, the housemaid and one other woman. There were two women, it was awful.“They were on the bed. They were undressed.

 I said to them, ‘Who are you and what’s going on here?’“He told me that he doesn’t know what he’s doing and I should pray for him. He knows how to manipulate people, that’s one thing he is good at.“I last saw him in April last year.

 I didn’t know he’d filed for divorce. He has been calling people asking them to plead with me to get back with him.“I would have filed for divorce myself but I haven’t because I’ve been very busy.

And he asked me not to because he did not want to make it known that we had separated.[/b]“So I went on my way and I left him but I didn’t tell anybody anything.“I’ve told him, ‘I don’t want you any more, I have forgiven you, I’m a Christian. But I don’t want you any more, just leave me alone.’I don’t take him seriously. I don’t have time for him.

 If I should be angry at anyone, I should be angry at myself for descending so low as to enter into marriage with such a person.”

Responding to claims she stole money from Fashanu, Abigail added: “Anybody can say anything – but how can I go to his house and steal from him in his house?“I wasn’t living there with him.

He’s sick and he needs help.”Fashanu was born in London to a Guyanan nurse, Pearl, and Nigerian ­barrister, Patrick. After they split up he had a spell in a Barnado’s home and was fostered in Norfolk.

His football career included spells with Norwich City, Lincoln City, Crystal Palace, Millwall and Aston Villa.He joined Wimbledon in 1986 and ­famously won the FA Cup in 1988 in a team including Vinnie Jones and Lawrie Sanchez.Fashanu scored more than 100 goals during his 17-year career, which also included two appearances for England.

After retiring from football he hosted the hit 1990s TV show Gladiators for seven years alongside Ulrika Jonsson.In 2003 he starred as a contestant in the ITV reality show I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.

His first marriage, to Ivory Coast model Melissa Kassa-Mapsi, ended in divorce in 2004. Now Fashanu is a famous and respected figure in Africa.He has carried out extensive charity work and is understood to have been a friend of Nelson Mandela.

He is a UN Ambassador for Nigeria, a former Unicef goodwill ambassador for 53 African countries and a former board member of the Nigeria Football Association.He also worked to develop professional football across Africa and was Nigeria’s Ambassador for Sport and Tourism.

 Fashanu now presents the Deal or No Deal Nigeria game show on The Africa Channel and is a successful businessman with interests in London and Abuja.

But the star suffered heartbreak when his brother Justin, who was Britain’s first openly gay professional footballer, hanged himself in London in 1988.After his brother’s suicide, Fashanu expressed remorse for disowning him because of his homosexuality.But he later claimed he did not believe Justin was genuinely gay.

Wife Abigail claims he has fathered six children by three different women.Meanwhile he added: “I filed the ­divorce petition in September and it’s listed for mention on the 19th of next month at the court in Abuja. We’re trying to move it through.



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 Tyga gets a tattoo of Kylie Jenner's name on his arm..

In response to Blac Chyna I guess. This photo surfaced yesterday of Tyga flaunting fresh ink - his 17 year old girlfriend's name is now on his inner right elbow.

According TMZ, sources close to the rapper told them that Tyga got the tattoo done two days ago to prove to Kylie he is fully committed to her and no one else. Looks like he got the tattoo just a day after his ex, Blac Chyna put him on blast by posting text messages where he was begging for another chance.


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Photos: Man splashes his ex-lover with acid in Kogi state

25 year old Aladi Sule was attacked with acid by her ex-lover, Kazeem Abdullahi, a few weeks ago in Kogi state. According to the story told by Vanguard, Ladi and the man who attacked her had been lovers since secondary school. When she fell pregnant, the couple decided to live together but unfortunately the child died.

Then when they began to have problems, the man married someone else, prompting Ladi to leave the house. Then the man came begging but her family demanded that he marry her properly first before she moves back in with her.

While they were making wedding preparations, the man rented a house for Ladi, who also managed to get some money to start a fruits shop.

 Eventually, the man decided he no longer wanted to marry Ladi and asked her to pack out from the home he rented for her. When Ladi refused, he threatened to deal with her and destroy the 'beauty' sh was using to pose around town. Aladi didn't take him serious. Then he showed how serious he was.

A few weeks ago, Kazeem came to her house in the middle of the night and attacked her with acid. Kazeem was arrested but released three days later after his family agreed to pay the medical bills for Aladi who is currently receiving treatment at the Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja, Kogi State.