Saturday, 4 July 2015

Amber Rose showers her 2yr old son with kisses at the airport

Amber Rose showers her 2yr old son with kisses at the airport

Amber Rose showered her 2 year old son Sebastian with kisses and hugs as they walked through LAX yesterday...

Wedding Anniversary: Victoria Beckham posts loving tribute to husband David on their 16th wedding anniversary

Victoria Beckham posts loving tribute to husband David on their 16th wedding anniversary

41-year-old fashion designer Victoria Beckham shared a touching photo of the couple surrounded by their beautiful children Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 12, Cruz, 10, and three-year-old Harper as the couple celebrate their 16th year wedding anniversary.Then her Husband, David Beckham took to his Instagram page and shared this TBT photo of both of them and captioned it:

'16 years ago today was our special day...,' he confessed. '16 years on we have our beautiful children... Thank you for giving me our amazing little ones .... Happy anniversary.'

David and Victoria first met at a football match back in 1997, and have become one of the showbiz world's power couples in the 16 years since they got married.

The Beckhams tied the knot in 1999 at Luttrellstown Castle in Ireland. Their then-4-month-old son, Brooklyn, was the ring bearer at the ceremony.

Rashidi Yekini: Forgotten in Nigeria, Remembered in Portugal.

Rashidi Yekini: Forgotten in Nigeria, Remembered in Portugal.

Rest In Peace Rashidi Yekini. Yekini remains the man with the highest number of international goals for Nigeria (37). Portugal is remembering him today but in his home country Nigeria, no celebration.

Photos: Nigerian Man Dies Controversially while under Custody of Austria Police

Photos: Nigerian Man Dies Controversially while under Custody of Austria Police

31 year old Kingsley Chinagorom Echeta pictured above is from Imo State Nigeria and has an 11 month old daughter. Sadly, he painfully died a very debatable death while in police custody in Vienna, Austria.

Speaking to Global Reporters, his partner Ms. Patricia Urbanek, who is also the mother of his child sorrowfully narrated the circumstances surrounding his sudden death. According to Patricia, she and Kingsley had planned to get married in October and she strongly believes his death had not been a natural one.

“I called my husband-to-be on Monday (22.06.2015) around 8pm, and he did not pick. I was still trying till 10pm. I called again around 10:30pm, and one of his phones was switched off. I said okay maybe he was busy and would call me back. In the morning I tried again and the two phones were now off.

 I was worried because he does not behave like that unless when the police arrest him because of documents. …Ms. Patricia Urbanek and Naomi Adaeze Echeta during the interview “On Thursday I went to Landesgericht (regional court) to find out if he was there, and if I could see him. They told me that he had been there but that they had already released him, and that he was out. That means he was not dead, so I went home and was waiting for him to come home. I tried to call him and his phones were still off. I waited and he did not come home. On Friday I went to the police station in Rudolfstiftung in 3rd district.

 I told them there that I was looking for my boyfriend, since Monday his phones had been off, and he had never come home and that I was worried about him too much. They asked me what kind of relationship that was if I did not know where my boyfriend was since Monday. I told them that, how would I know if I had not heard from him and had been looking for him. I told them that I had got a letter from the ambulance that they had taken him to hospital on Tuesday morning around 4am. They told me to wait. They made calls and called me in after about 30 minutes. They asked me to sit down and call my mother.

They told me that my boyfriend had stopped breathing and had died on Tuesday, and would not tell me exactly when he had died on Tuesday, but that he was dead.Today (29.06.2015) we went to see his dead body and to know what had happened to him. I saw that he had a fresh open wound on his left eye, and his mouth was “swollen up. Somewhere around his neck was also open, and I don’t know what that could be. It looked like he was sleeping.

 I would like him to be buried in Nigeria because his biggest wish was to see his mother, his father and his family. He has not seen them for almost seven years. He said if we get married, and he gets his documents we would go to Nigeria to see them. So I know that his mother would like him to be in Nigeria. I want him to meet his family and be with his family.

 I will miss him here, but I will like him to be with his family, as he would wish it,” she sadly said with tears.Nigerian communities in Vienna, Austria are said to be painfully in grief and they are boiling. When GR's reporter who is also a Nigerian went to the house of Ms. Urbanek’s mother in Rennweg for this interview, the reactions of the 11 month old Naomi Adaeze Echeta to him clearly showed how she had missed her father.- See more at:

Cossy Orjiakor Reveals The Truth About Alleged Club Fight With Uche Ogbodo (PHOTOS)

Cossy Orjiakor Reveals The Truth About Alleged Club Fight With Uche Ogbodo (PHOTOS)

After rumors came out some days ago about a brawl between Uche Ogbodo, Cossy Orjiakor, and a club PR person  (I'll gist you that one after the jump), Cossy is now taking to Twitter to set the story straight.
Read the whole story after the jump:

I think for you to understand this story, I have to start from the story reporters published earlier in the week.

Okay, so apparently Nollywood actresses Uche Ogbodo and Cossy Orjiakor went to Trace Lounge, Lagos over the weekend last week and while they were there got into an ugly incident...allegedly.
The report said that Uche Ogbodo accompanied Cossy Orjiakor to Trace Lounge where Cossy was scheduled to be hosted thanks to the club's Public Relations person known simply as Ken.

As the story goes, Uche who wasn't invited was welcomed as the special guest of Cossy, and offered a seat. The club PR then served Cossy a bottle of Moet Brut amongst other drinks which she happily accepted. Everything was going as planned as Cossy was full of life doing her usual thing, which everyone enjoyed. Shortly afterwards Uche was noticed to be unsettled, poking Cossy and signaling that they should leave the club and that was where the problem started.

According to reports, Ken approached Cossy to find out what Uche's problem was, and Cossy told him that it was because there were no more drinks on their table. Ken then talked to Uche, asked her if she would want a drink and she said yes. He asked her of the drink she wanted and she said Moet Rose. Ken told her that was not possible as Moet Rose was an expensive drink which he didn't have the power will out (by the way, she wasn't the person they were hosting).

He then got her a bottle of Moet Brut and she rejected it, she said he either get her a Moet Rose or he should forget about it. As The Bug's Informant quoted, Ken said "please as a fan of your movies please take the Mo√ęt Brut from me as my love for your work". Uche simply replied that he should get out.

Angry Ken lost his mind and told Uche to get out of the club. And then a marathon of words between them ensued. Uche told Ken that he will never be famous in his lifetime and he replied that if not for fans she would be a broke b*tch. Furious Uche didn't digest that, she reportedly said, f*ck Ken and f*ck the fans.

At that point Cossy intervened and tried to calm them down. Ken who was already boiling told Cossy that if she knew she was a famous celebrity, why didn't she buy the Moet Rose herself? He added that "does a beggar have a choice?" When it became obvious that the hatchet wasn't going to be buried that night, Cossy had to leave with Uche and friends since they came in her car.

Now, this is the story that the reporters published. What Cossy is saying now is quite different.

The actress took to Twitter to say:

"I requested for drink when I didn't get it. I left  with my friends. Don't know how they twisted the story abt d champagne..."
"@ucheogbodo am sorry. My ref. to d girls wahala is abt d delays & all. I love u. Forgive me if I ve hurt u knowingly or unknowingly."

Teen charged with murder after stomping girlfriend’s 2yr old crying daughter to death.

Teen charged with murder after stomping girlfriend’s 2yr old crying daughter to death.

A Minneapolis teen stomped his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter to death to keep her from crying.
Cody Feran-Baum, 17, admitted to investigators he kicked little Sophia O’Neill in the back, laid her on the floor and stomped on her back, authorities said.

“It was, it was bad,” Feran-Baum said when asked how hard he’d kicked the tot. “It was hard.”
The vicious blows split the girl’s left kidney and pancreas in two, ripped her liver loose from a ligament, fractured eight ribs and collapsed a lung.

Feran-Baum, who is not Sophia’s father, was babysitting on June 9 while the mother left the house.
The little girl started to scream and cry for her mom, and Feran-Baum claimed he couldn’t get her to stop. He tried a time out, food and putting the girl down for a nap.

“And then, I don’t know, I kinda snapped on her,” he said, according to the criminal complaint. “And I put her in a corner and I, I, I don’t know. I just kicked her in the back.”

He replayed the sickening sequence for investigators, using a doll to show how he booted the sobbing child and then slammed his foot down on her back.

The girl somehow survived the night. Feran-Baum told the girl’s 20-year-old mom, identified as S.S. in court papers, the toddler wasn’t feeling well.

The mom gave her Motrin pain relievers and tried to cool a fever by putting her in a bath.
It wasn’t until 12:30 p.m. the next day that the girl nodded out and Feran-Baum went for help. The teen asked to borrow a neighbor’s phone to call his grandfather, returning 10 minutes later with the limp child in his arms.

The neighbor began CPR and insisted on calling 911, despite Feran-Baum’s repeated requests to just drive them to the hospital, authorities said.

Hospital staff rushed Sophia into a stabilization room and worked on her for nine hours. The girl flatlined twice and was resuscitated twice before she finally died.
Feran-Baum and Sophia’s mother lived with his grandparents.
His grandmother, Barbara Whetstone, said she didn’t think Feran-Baum would hurt the child.
“I can’t believe it,” “I can’t believe it.”

But the grandfather told investigators the teen had never been around children and couldn’t understand why a child would cry. The grandfather had advised the boy to be patient.

Prosecutors filed second-degree murder charges against Feran-Baum on Monday.

“This was a brutal beating that is almost beyond comprehension,” Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said in a statement.

He vowed to seek the stiffest penalty possible if he’s convicted.
Feran-Baum’s family attended his first appearance on Monday in juvenile court.
“Love you, Cody,” they cried. “Love you, buddy.”

A hearing is set for July 9 to determine whether the teen will be tried as an adult.

Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

Why Bola Tinubu boycotted APC NEC meeting yesterday - Report

Why Bola Tinubu boycotted APC NEC meeting yesterday - Report

More facts have emerged on why former Lagos State governor Bola Tinubu, and former governor of Osun State Chief Bisi Akande boycotted the National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the party yesterday. A member of the National Working Committee (NWC) who was at the meeting said the former Lagos State governor was aware that there were plans to humiliate him and his henchmen.
“Tinubu knew that some people were prepared to fight him. He would have been humiliated by some people”, the official said.
He disclosed that the earlier arrangement was to engage him in a brawl and compel him to leave the venue of the meeting in anger.
“Those who were to humiliate him were on ground but his absence saved the day”, the APC chieftain adde
He stated that the party leadership, sensing how rancorous the meeting may be , tinkered with the idea of barring journalists from covering it.

According to him, the earlier plans were that photojournalists would be given five to 10 minutes to take pictures of the opening session and leave the scene. He said
“we tinkered with the plans of barring journalists from covering the event. We knew that anything could happen but we didn’t want to be ridiculed in the public.”
According to the source, Buhari’s men know that former Lagos State governor and his men want APC chairman Oyegun out because they didn’t succeed in “encircling the President with Tinubu’s men”.

He said “the President’s men refused to buy into the campaign that the National Chairman was compromised by Saraki. They didn’t see any evidence to that effect. Rather they believe that those who want him out were angry that that their agenda of encircling the president failed.
“They were angry that Oyegun was called up at 4am by forces from Lagos to do a dirty job. They even dropped the name of the President in all those dirty jobs. Instead of apologising to Mr President for lying with his name they are insisting that the National Chairman must go.”

He said the party should be “happy that PDP did not elect one of its own senate president. Saraki saved the party because there was nothing we would have done if they had elected one of their own as senate president. They formed a quorum, we were lucky that it did not go into their head to elect one of their own as senate president. And the mistake was because somebody in his desperation to have everything lied that the President called a meeting and took our lawmakers to a place they were not supposed to be.”

On the side of Atiku’s loyalists, it was gathered that they were against the removal of Oyegun because they were determined to cut Tinubu to size.

 The source said “the other tendency which is loyal to the former Vice President does not want the structure of the party changed. It is against allowing Tinubu to take everything or call the shot in APC. It believes that the Vice President is a product of Tinubu and that should be enough for him.”
He continued “both Buhari’s men and that of Atiku worked together to save Oyegun. However, I don’t think the fight is over, it may be the beginning”.

Source: The Sun.

Dencia shows off a 2015 Rolls Royce, tells her haters to take a hike

Dencia shows off a 2015 Rolls Royce, tells her haters to take a hike

Business entrepreneur and singer Dencia just shared a picture of a Rolls Royce on her page and a message to her haters...

When someone asked her if she was going to paint it pink, she responded "Yop".

Sexually-Harassed Policewomen: Our Male Bosses Punish Us for Refusing their Sexual

Sexually-Harassed Policewomen: Our Male Bosses Punish Us for Refusing their Sexual Advances.

A group of policewomen | credits: Odutayo Odusanya
This moving report on sexually harassed policewomen was culled from Punch. You won't believe the horrors you are about to read.

In 2002, after 35 years of service, she retired as a deputy superintendent from the Nigeria Police Force, while her squad mates did as superintendents, assistant commissioners and deputy commissioners. Wine glasses were raised up on the day they retired, all laughing and dancing to have served in the Force and retired alive, and not killed while on the job. Some others were not that lucky. Nonetheless, she wasn’t happy and maybe she still isn’t.

Thirteen years are gone now since her retirement, but anytime she remembers the treatments meted out to her by her male bosses, the agony returns. But for the passion she had for the job, she would have long quit, but she stood up against them, fought them with everything at her disposal – for the most years she spent in the Force.

 They were bent on frustrating her – and they succeeded, at least to some extent.First, her promotion through the ranks was always delayed; second, her name was dropped at least twice from the inspectorate and assistant superintendent of police calls – promotional training courses for members of the Force; and finally, she was always asked to perform duties that were below her capability and strength.Whether her female colleagues succumbed to the threats of their senior male colleagues for them to have retired at higher levels in the Force than her, she couldn’t tell.

“What I know is that I kept myself pure, I never compromised,” she looked in the eyes of our correspondent and managed to flash a brief smile.A victim Clara – not her real name – joined the Nigeria Police Force when she was around 25.

The Enugu State indigene, who pleaded not to be named for fear of being a target of attack, was young, pretty, slim, with a chocolate skin colour and a great dress sense. Unknown to her, these qualities endeared her to many of her male bosses. “

I was getting too much attention from almost every senior male officer, and before I knew what was happening, I was being asked out by most of them. It took a while for me to know I was going to pay dearly for turning down their proposals,” she said.She joined as a recruit, a spinster at that time, and immediately, she became a victim of sexual harassment.

 To make matters worse, she didn’t marry a policeman, which she said could have helped in stopping the harassment, but she chose to marry someone else, her true lover.

She said:
 “It was my passion while growing up to be a police officer. I just loved anyone in uniform. Thankfully, I had the requirements to join, so I applied and it was successful. I joined as a recruit at that time. But it wasn’t funny. I started becoming an object of attraction from my male bosses, which I really didn’t like.

 But it wasn’t mere attraction; they wanted to sleep with me. They asked me out many times, tried to lure me through gifts and promises of speedy promotion. I am glad to say it anywhere that I turned them down. “To make it worse, I didn’t marry a member of the Force. Another man owned my heart.

Probably if I had married a member of the Force – at least one of those I got proposals from – it would have been easier. The harassment wouldn’t have been as tough as I experienced.It wasn’t long before I realised I was going to pay for not giving in to them. Many times I was posted to places like the police cooperative, where my skills and knowledge were rendered useless.

 I had the physique and the intellect to be at better posts, even in the field. But they did not allow me to be at such posts. At least twice they removed my name from the lists of officers to go and study abroad. And to my surprise, they made it obvious to me that they were punishing me for refusing to have sex with them.”These treatments ultimately led to her depression, but she found a way around it to still get on, without letting it affect her work.

“When it was becoming too obvious that I was suffering from depression, my husband asked me what was happening and I told him, but he kept on encouraging me. Of course, he couldn’t have done anything to stop them if he wanted me to stay in the Force,” she added.

“He reminded me of the passion I had for the job and that kept me on. So at a point in time, after spending about 10 years in the Force, I got used to the threats and developed a stronger mind. My squad mates all left me behind because I was the only one that I knew whose promotion was delayed.

Today, I’m a victor; I fought and I won. I didn’t let them determine what happened to me.”Maybe she retired as a fulfilled police officer, but not as a happy one – an assumption based on her expression when she spoke with Saturday PUNCH in her Lagos residence on a cold evening past weekend.

Clara is retired now, but there are presently other female police officers who are being sexually harassed by their male bosses; some of them spoke to our correspondent on the issue on the condition of anonymity.

Another victimThey want to keep quiet – and say nothing about what they are passing through, especially if they want to keep their jobs. They cannot write petitions; they are scared – they said even if they do, the petitions might eventually land on their bosses’ tables, which could lead to an end of their careers ultimately. They don’t know whether they would be believed even if they complain. Hence, they are living with it.

Some weeks ago, our correspondent approached two policewomen, who retired in their booth after spending some time controlling the traffic along the Lagos-Ikorodu Expressway, to seek their thoughts on the issue. At first, they looked confused, but after being assured that their identities were never going to be disclosed, they caved in, and gave Saturday PUNCH an address where they could talk about it.

On the agreed day and time, they showed up in muftis.
“You can help us write about it, but don’t ever quote us, don’t show our faces. Don’t disclose where we live or our duty posts,” one of the two instructed. They agreed that Saturday PUNCH could take their pictures only if it would not implicate them in any way.Deal was done.

One of them, a dark-skinned woman, probably in her late 30s, told our correspondent that if she knew another job that was free of sexual harassment from male colleagues and bosses, she would opt for it.

“But it is difficult getting such. Getting this one was not easy in the first place, not to talk of looking for another one,” she said.When she was recruited into the Force a few years ago, she said she had no idea that apart from having the right skills, her fate on the job would depend on whether she could sleep with senior male officers.

She said,
 “I’ve been asked out several times by my bosses; they know I’m married, yet they still want to sleep with me. This is not something so strange to me because even before I joined the Force, it happened. Men like to ask ladies out whether they are married or not; they just don’t care. Unfortunately, I cannot do it. I am a faithful Christian and no matter the threat, I will never let them have their way. It’s not normal, I suppose.

 “The only challenge I’m having right now is that my husband is not here in Lagos, so many of them don’t believe I am married. They usually ask me to produce my husband; meanwhile, I am not the type who wears wedding ring every time. I have told a senior female colleague about this many times, seeking advice on what to do, but it’s like there is nothing to do than to either maintain my stand or compromise. She told me if I compromise, it would help my career, but if I don’t, I will be persecuted.

I have chosen the latter. I can never sell my body to climb the ladder of any career in life, no matter how juicy the offer is. When you are here, you cannot write petition against any boss like that, except if one is asking for trouble. A boss will always be a boss. When the matter goes up, it will still come down and one will be hurt more. That’s what this is all about. I think it happens in most organisations.”Yes, it does happen in many organisations in the world, but that doesn’t make it right.

A psychologist, Mrs. Moyo Owolabi, said depression and work stress are often some of the by-products of sexual harassment.
“Such female officers need counselling and they should go for it. It is sickening that you have a job you have passion for, but instead of enjoying it, you are being harassed. It leads to depression, which leads to low productivity. It is everywhere, but I hope the Nigeria Police does something about this quickly,” she said.

The other victim, who volunteered to speak to our correspondent, said she was already looking for another job, in the absence of which she would start a business, so as to escape the trauma.
“I cannot say I’m enjoying this anymore. If you cannot do what they want, you are oppressed. If I get another job today, I’ll quit,” she affirmed.Perpetrators go unpunished

In a recent report by The PUNCH, it was found out that cases of sexual harassment of policewomen by their superior officers are usually not investigated or addressed by the police authorities.

According to the report, the phenomenon is rampant at the divisional level, and is frequently perpetrated by Divisional Police Officers and Divisional Crime Officers against their female subordinates.

However, investigations showed that a huge number of petitions against DPOs and DCOs submitted to the Police Service Commission by the rank and file have been largely unattended to by the commission.

An official, who spoke on the issue on the condition of anonymity, explained that the police authorities do not bother to investigate allegations of sexual harassment. He said many of such petitions by female complainants had ended up in the dustbins.

 He said,
 “There are so many cases of sexual harassment, especially at the divisional police level; we have cases of DPOs forcing themselves on junior female officers and if such a lady refuses, she would be oppressed. If she agrees to the DPO’s sexual advances, the DCO also would demand for sexual gratification, but if she refuses, she would be oppressed or punished and if she petitions the commission, the allegation would not be investigated and the errant officer would not be queried or punished.

”In The PUNCH report, the Police Service Commission, an arm responsible for constituting actions against perpetrators, complained that there were no funds to carry out its operations and maintain discipline in the Force.
It was also learned that the PSC does not have the capacity to probe allegations of misconduct against police officers, but relies on the police to probe themselves.

The Force Public Relations Officer, Emmanuel Ojukwu, would not agree that policewomen are being harassed by senior male officers. He said he had not heard of such cases in the police, but promised to sanction any perpetrator of the acts“Nigeria Police is concerned about the welfare of its officers. We don’t tolerate oppressive conduct in the Nigeria police, even if the petition is against a CP.

I do not use fillers or Botox when pregnant.-Kim Kardashian

I do not use fillers or Botox when pregnant.-Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has denied reports accusing her of using fillers and Botox during her pregnancy.
Kim had to set the record straight due to the InTouch report from earlier this week where a source claimed she 'gets botox fillers every three months' to maintain her 'signature look'.

'She sees a healthy child when she looks at North,' their insider added. 'So why would she worry that getting it done during pregnancy hurts anyone?'

The reality TV star, who is expecting her second child with Kanye West, took to Instagram to set the record straight while sharing make-up tips with fans.
She also explained that she is adapting her beauty routine and contouring tricks to accommodate her 'changing pregnant face.'

She told her Instagram followers on Friday:
'Can't wait to show u this contouring make up tutorial for mu changing pregnant face!'
'No I don't do fillers or botox when pregnant like some tabloids are reporting, you would have to be really sick to endanger your child like that!
'Anyone who has been pregnant or gained weight knows your face totally changes! My nose gets bigger, cheeks fuller & my lips swell up.
'The challenge is trying to adjust the make up to make me feel normal & we will share are tricks on'

You Are More Likely To Be Killed By A Police Officer Than A Terrorist In Nigeria! Etcetera Writes in New Article

You Are More Likely To Be Killed By A Police Officer Than A Terrorist In Nigeria! Etcetera Writes in New Article

The police is your friend – words of the past, it seems. Today, the police are more about terrorising, bullying and killing for no reason. That Nigerian policemen are out of control is like saying ‘Ijebu garri’ is sour. Some believe that there are still good policemen out there, and I used to admit that quite often, but never again. Well, maybe there are still good policemen out there, doing their job of protecting and serving their pockets every day. The biggest problem is, no one is doing anything about it, even the government.

Hardly a day passes by without stories of a police officer shooting a ‘danfo’ driver because of N50, police terrorising people on the street and asking for receipts for everything, even for the Agege bread in your bag, pulling off people’s vehicle plate numbers for whatever accusations they could conjure up.

The crazy thing is that they always try to justify their senseless actions. A prime example of how the police are out of control is how they quickly jump into your car even before you disobey traffic regulations. They don’t even wait for you to beat the traffic light; they are already inside your car, seated with the seatbelt on, like you guys are going on a planned vacation.

There was a particular case when I asked the police officer why he was inside my car and he replied, “Am I inside your car?” For once I thought the policeman had gone bunkers. The lying scum didn’t even know what he was saying. All he was thinking about was the money he was demanding from me. How many innocent Nigerians have been injured or killed for no reason at the hands of the police?

If you are living in Lagos and you haven’t had issues with a police officer, then there must be something wrong with you. And if you don’t think we have a problem with the police in this great nation of ours, you need to check yourself properly. The police have seemingly abandoned the ideal of protecting and serving for beating the shit out of you, killing, lying and so on. Maybe their new motto ought to be, “protecting and serving the shit out of you.”

Solving the police misconduct problem is simple. Many of these people are power-hungry individuals who get off on having too much power, which leads into them abusing the powers they get when they become police officers. Simply weed out these people in the recruiting process. Don’t just tell us you do it, do it actually.

And if the Police Force is already doing it, step it up a bit – it’s obviously not working very well. Oh, and if they get past all of that, when they do something completely out of line, don’t let them come back to the job.

Second, there should be real accountability. In a lot of these lawsuits against the police, guess who ends up paying the price for them? The taxpayers. I guarantee there would be a lot less police misconduct if police officers have to face real consequences and have to pay large fines.

Someone needs to police the police. Chances are you may think having another government organisation watch over them is a wonderful idea. WRONG! Having government watch over government has obvious issues. The people need to keep an eye on the police, and let their superiors know about misconduct. Got video of police misconduct? Post it. Share it with the world.

Do whatever possible to get the word out about your experience with police misconduct. Video evidence is key to exposing police misconduct. Let the government know, because we still have some power in government, but we have to utilise it! Yes, I know this already occurs, but it needs to happen on a much larger scale.

Most of us don’t have the time to do it, but we need to make the time to do it. The police work for the people in the end, so maybe it’s time the people kept a closer eye on them, instead of brushing off stories of police misconduct. Hey, but before you bring out your camera phone to take a picture or make a video, make sure the police isn’t aware because if you are taking a selfie around Nigerian police officers, they become apprehensive and demand to see what you are doing with your phone or camera as the case may be.

Third, STOP GIVING THEM MORE POWER! Giving an out-of-control system more power has so much potential to be a disaster. Yes, in rare cases it could help, but most of these weapons don’t belong in the hands of the police, especially when they are on the street and not on any official duty. You see a police officer walk into a beer parlor to booze with his gun cocked and ready to shoot. Most of the police weapons we see these days are made for war, they don’t belong on the streets. A visitor coming into the country would think we are at war because there are too many drunk police officers carrying guns about.

Here’s a statistic that should get you thinking: Hundreds of soldiers have been killed in the war against Boko Haram. The number of innocent Nigerians killed by policemen yearly is in the thousands. Oh, the terrorists that the government is always telling us are so dangerous have killed fewer people than the police?

Let’s get this straight. You are more likely to be killed by a police officer than terrorists in Nigeria. The number of people killed in the Biafra war is lower than the number killed by the police in the last decade. Sounds like something might be wrong yet?

The way I see things, we have a huge problem. The Police are out of control, they do what they want and get away with too much. A uniform and a gun seem to give them way too much power. Things must “CHANGE!” Some may disagree with me, criticise me for my views, but what I discussed above is the way I see things. My solutions may not completely solve the problem, but I believe they could create a huge dent in the problem. It would be a huge step in the right direction. What has happened to “ the police is your friend?”

Kourtney Kardashian Posts ‘Don’t Mess’ Message — Furious With Flirty Scott Disick?

Hello guys,

Kourtney Kardashian Posts ‘Don’t Mess’ Message — Furious With Flirty Scott Disick?

Scott Disick and Chloe Bartoli better WATCH out! Just before photos surfaced of the Lord and the stylist looking pretty cozy together in France, Kourtney Kardashian took to Instagram to send a message to her man amid constant cheating rumors…and she seems pretty furious!

Kourtney Kardashian, 36, might be getting ready to pull the trigger on her relationship with Scott Disick, 32 — literally! The reality star got some practice in at the shooting range on July 1, and shared a photo of herself firing a gun to Instagram. And the post came just hours before cameras caught Scott getting handsy with Chloe Bartoli in France!

In Kourt’s badass Instagram, she fires at the target while getting some practice in with a shotgun. “Don’t mess,” she captioned the pic. Could she be sending a message to Scott, who has been the subject of cheating rumors for YEARS?! If so, it was certainly bad timing for him to be caught in those questionable pics with Chloe just hours later!

How My Friend Kidnapped & Sold Me to Ritualists For N150,000 - Victim

How My Friend Kidnapped & Sold Me to Ritualists For N150,000 - Victim

Hearing the story of kidnapped people for ritual purposes or for a ransom is disturbing and many just thank God it isn’t them and pray against it. The truth however is that with dangerous elements that carry out these dastardly acts roaming freely amongst us, everyone is at risk.

Here is the story of a young man, Timothy Lawani, 25, a trader at Suleja roundabout area, who was kidnapped for ritual purpose but survived the ordeal.

Lawani, in an interview with LEADERSHIP Weekend, said it was God that saved him after he was kidnapped, tied up and was to be sacrificed in Kano.

The incident happened at about 4am on January 14, 2015. Lawani went outside his family house at
Old Barracks, Suleja to ease himself, when suddenly he heard someone call his name. Walking towards a red Volkswagen Golf parked behind his house, he was surprised to see an old friend, Friday, comfortably seated in the car beckoning on him with two hefty men.

Narrating his story, Lawani said:
 “In my confused state, I greeted them. One of them held me and the other sprayed a powder on my face. That was the last thing I could remember. I later saw myself in a very large hall with other young men who were tied up. The kidnappers kept bringing other people to join us. Sometimes, they even offered us food to eat which we all refused. They then said, whether we ate or not, we would die after all.“After two days, we were made to put on white apparels and join a queue. I noticed that anyone who goes out never comes back; I was so scared. When it was my turn, I went outside, saw a large pool of water like swimming pool and a man standing by the side chanting incantations. He later ordered the guards to take me inside that they were not in need of someone like me.”Continuing, Lawani said:
 “In my presence, the man called on Friday who came about 40 minutes later. After telling him that I was not acceptable for their rituals, Friday started flogging me mercilessly. He then ordered the men to take me out, bubt not before the ritualist got angry, and ordered the hefty men to bring Friday for sacrifice in my place. I heard him beg them to give him just 30 minutes to enable him bring another person, but the man said there was no time.“With Friday’s hands and legs tied, the man began chanting incantations again.

This time, I saw crocodiles coming out of the water. Friday was then thrown inside, the reptiles feasted on him. I was not myself because of the sight of blood and how such large reptiles ate up a whole human being. The man later ordered the men to throw me out, that I was useless to them. They sprayed a powder on my face again and I became unconscious.’’On how he got back to his senses, Lawani recalled that he was sheltered by a Hausa man who saw him wandering in Gomoja area of Kano State.

After prayers were offered for him for about three days, he regained consciousness but could not speak. It was then he wrote down his father’s phone number which he easily remembered and with which they used to reach his family, that had been searching frantically for him.

LEADERSHIP Weekend later learnt from his elder brother, Theophilus Lawani, that his friend sold him to the kidnappers for N150,000. Theophilus further revealed that before the Hausa man called them from Kano, Lawani’s friend sent them several messages, telling them to forgive him for selling his friend.

“Even before we got the text from Friday, we reported the case at A division Police Station in Suleja, but the Policemen demanded the sum of N70,000 in order to start investigation. Since we do not have such amount, we resorted to prayers, and God answered us. We have decided to take my brother for further prayers in Kaduna,” Theophilus stated.
All efforts by LEADERSHIP Weekend to speak with the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of A Division was futile as it was referred to the Public Relations Officer (PRO) at the headquarters in Minna. Meanwhile, a Police officer who pleaded anonymity, said there have been several incidents of kidnapping within and outside the state, but the police have tried to curtail the rate by investigating and arresting suspects.

Soft drinks kill 184,000 Adult Every year

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Soft Drinks Kill 184,000 Adults Every Year.

 The dangers of fizzy, sugary drinks have once again been highlighted as scientists have said they kill 184,000 adults every year.

It further said those under 45 consume more artificially sweetened drinks and are more at risk of diabetes and obesity.

The worldwide study is the first to estimate deaths and disability from diabetes, heart disease, and cancers caused by the drinks.

It added that 133,000 deaths from diabetes, 45,000 deaths from cardiovascular disease and 6,450 deaths from cancer were caused by fizzy drinks, fruit drinks, energy drinks and sweetened ice teas in 2010.

The study did not include pure fruit juices and all drinks had at least 50 kcal per eight US ounces (0.23 litres) serving or just over two thirds of a standard pop can.

According to Dr Dariush Mozaffarian, Dean of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University in Boston said "many countries in the world have a significant number of deaths occurring from a single dietary factor, sugar-sweetened beverages"

She therefore said it should be a global priority to substantially reduce or eliminate sugar-sweetened beverages from the diet as there are no health benefits from them.

The study based its estimates of consumption from 62 dietary surveys including 611,971 individuals conducted between 1980 and 2010 across 51 countries, along with data on national availability of sugar in 187 countries and other information.

Based on meta-analyses of other published evidence on health harms of sugar-sweetened beverages, it calculated the direct impact on diabetes and the obesity-related effects on cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.

It found sugar drinks caused more deaths in Mexico with 405 deaths per million adults equal to 24,000 total deaths followed by the US with an estimated 125 deaths per million adults or 25,000 total deaths.

Japan also came in with the estimated percentage of deaths less than 1% of over 65 years old, but 30% in Mexican adults under 45.

Three quarters of all deaths are linked to developing countries. Younger adults were however more at risk of chronic illnesses than older people.

The study which was published in the journal, Circulation, raised concern on the health impact of sugar-sweetened beverage intake on the young as younger adults form a large sector of the workforce in many countries.


WOW ! Mother And Daughter Gives Birth Same Week For The Same Man.

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WOW ! Mother And Daughter Gives Birth Same Week For The Same Man

South African woman, Mildred Mashego, and her daughter Patricia, have entered the record books as the first mother and daughter to give birth to their babies in the same week and for the same man.
Times Live reports that 38-year-old Mashego of Casteel, South Africa, was pregnant when she learned that her 19-year-old daughter was also pregnant, and the two were due just days apart.

But her anger turned to shock when she found out that the man responsible for her daughter’s condition was the same man who was going to be the father of her child,Vincent Malumane.

Patricia was the first to put to bed a bouncing baby boy, with her mother following suit four days after, wait for it, another boy, making them brothers, a nephew, an uncle and grandson.

The sharp shooter Vincent Malumane, admitted that he secretly had s*x with the mother and daughter.
“I cannot go back now and explain what happened. All we have to do is focus on making sure that the children are properly cared for.

Mother Mildred admits that during her pregnancy, she was bitter that her daughter had slept with her boyfriend and had even considered having an abortion over the fact that her daughter was carrying a child from the same man.

However, after their babies were born, Mildred decided to forgive her daughter for the sake of her grandson. They are raising their children together. The mother and daughter are concerned about what they will tell their children when they grow up