Sunday, 16 August 2015

I first saw my wife having extra marital affairs in my dreams, man tells court

A 43-year-old fashion designer, Mr Musiliu Bolaji, had approached an Ikorodu Customary Court in Lagos State to seek dissolution of his 13-year-old marriage to his wife, Memunat, over an alleged act of infidelity.

The petitioner was alleged to have accused his wife of an adulterous act, bad manners and trouble-making.

“I dreamt, on several occasions, that my wife was having extra marital affairs, I confronted her but she denied it. I have also caught her red handed with her ex-boyfriend.

“She had once confessed of her infidelity act, but later denied it, though she didn’t know that I recorded her confession.
“More so, she is very rude and troublesome, I warned her to desist from her adulterous manner but she wouldn’t listen.
“I reported to my mother-in-law but she refused to call her daughter to order while my wife did not desist from her adulterous act,’’ he said.

“I am no more interested in the marriage,” Bolaji, a resident of Omobolaji Avenue, in Ikorodu, said.
The 33-year-old Memunat, however, denied all the claims by her husband whom she accused of having another wife.

The trader and mother of three children said, “My husband has another wife which he didn’t tell me about ; but the lady in question, confronted me herself and told me she is my junior wife.
“We have been living in peace until recently when he changed his attitude toward me.

 I do not want to leave my husband, I pray the court to help us settle our disputes,” Memunat said.
 President of the court, Mr Olu Adebiyi, ordered the couple to bring their family members to court at the next sitting for possible reconciliation.
Adebiyi, however, adjourned the case till September 7, for further hearing.


Caroline Dan jump shows off her New Short blonde bob on Instagram.

The former actress and mother of three shows off her new short blonde bob in a series of pics she shared on instagram. More pics when you continue...

Stephanie Linus left me teary-eyed - Charly Boy writes

Article written by Charly Boy. Read below...(meanwhile, I saw some part of Dry at the screening in Paris, and I, who is not a big fan of Nollywood movies, thought it was amazing. Go check it out)

"I was invited to a movie premiere a few days ago and reluctantly I went, not knowing what to really expect. I'm not really a fan of the Big Screen, because in the comfort of my room I can watch whatever till the normal happens -I fall asleep! The movie Dry is to go down in my books as the first Naija movie premiere I have ever attended. From the moment I was ushered into the cinema hall, my attention was captivated. The movie was about the challenges faced by child brides who are struggling with VVF (Vesico vaginal fistula).
The damage of the fistulous tract extending between the bladder and the vagina that allows the continuous involuntary discharge of urine by a female into the vaginal vault, caused by early child birth.
I enjoyed the movie production, the acts and their characters we simply of international standards. The movie was so emotionally laden that it left  me TEARY eyed. The whole cast were very good in their delivery of their roles and my sister Stephanie Okereke Linus wasoutstanding. 
Who would have thought she had it in her to whip up such emotions in my person. However, the movie left me with more questions than answers.
What can a full grown man see as a sexual attraction to a 12yr old girl young enough to be one's granddaughter?
What joy do men drive from very violent sex? Why are some men worse than dogs? 
Why are some people still giving away their little girls to very old men who should be put to pasture for marriage? Questions and more questions!
Did I hear you say culture? 
Is it not about time we get rid of certain parts of our culture especially, those
that paint the women as subservient, house fixtures, things to be used for selfish pleasure while conveniently forgetting the fundamental rights of the female gender?
Is it not high time we look around and see that the world has since moved on from these barbaric acts?
All these silly old ignorant randy men should please allow children to enjoy their childhood rather than damaging them physically and emotionally. 
There is a lot the Federal Ministry of Health can do, oh! sorry we have no ministers, I forget we are on our own.
Well, for my sister Stephanie, kudos to a job well done. You have made us proud. I hear you loud and clear, just know that you have a believer in this message you are trying to pass across and remember, I am only a phone call away in joining you in this sensitization campaign. I pledge my support to help stamp out VVF especially in Naija.
Well done.

Cute couple!!! Sexy Nicki Minaj & her boyfriend Meek Mill rent out an entire theatre to watch movie + Nicki Twerks for Meek

The rapper shared this photo and wrote "When u & bae rent out the entire theatre to watch#StraightOutttaCompton with the team. so proud of Ice Cube. Can't wait to reveal our lil secret.". Meanwhile, check out a video of Nicki twerking for Meek after the cut...


Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have proven once again their kids remain priority through their divorce ... spending Ben's birthday at Universal Studios.
The two were spotted with their three children at the Florida theme park Saturday ... Ben's 43rd birthday. The location shouldn't be surprising as the two have seemingly done everything possibleto keep their kids happy since announcing their divorce in June.
We're guessing they made the trip nanny-free.

Source :TMZ

So sad but real :A 3-year-old girl has died after her mother ran her in the parking

A 3-year-old girl has died after her mother ran her over Friday night in the parking lot of a North Richland Hills apartment complex, police said.
Brionne McChriston was pronounced dead at 9:16 p.m. at Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner.
Brionne and two other children got out of a car around 7:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the Emerald Park Apartments in the 8300 block of Emerald Hills Way. Brionne’s mother didn’t see the girl walk in front of her car as she started to pull forward, said North Richland Hills police spokesman Keith Bauman.
Police are still investigating the incident, but no charges have been filed against the mother, Bauman said.
“It just appears that it was an accident,” he said.

MAMA Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is allegedly in a cover-up involving one of her famous grandsons who is accused of raping a 15-year-old.

MAMA Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is allegedly embroiled in a cover-up involving one of her famous grandsons who is accused of raping a 15-year-old last Friday.
The incident is said to have occurred at a party in Greenside, Jozi. Thesuspect allegedly tracked the victim to a toilet and raped her.
The close families of the allegedvictim and the suspect cannot be named for legal reasons.
According to the girl’s familymembers, Mama Winnie asked them to give her family some time.
She was said to have made two promises: that she would hand over her grandson at a copshop and call a press briefing to inform the media about the rape allegations.
Sunday Sun can reveal that on Thursday this week a meeting between Mama Winnie and the family took place at her home in Soweto. She promised to surrender the suspect within 24 hours, said the girl’s dad.
He told the SunTeam: “I’m veryangry. The Mandelas are using their big name not to hand over their grandson. The boy also had the audacity to tell my daughter that nothing would happen to him!
“I’ve had calls from people who claimed to be police advised by Winnie, but no one is coming to see me, which makes me think it’s a cover-up.
“If nothing happens by tomorrow I’m going to expose them and theircrooked cops, and lay a charge,” he said.
A delegate from the girl’s family who was at the meeting on Thursday said: “We were treated like nobodies. We were told what to do and how they will handle the matter. But they showed no concern for our feelings or the 15-year-old girl who was raped.
“We won’t rest until we find justice in this matter. The ball is in their court to hand over the suspect – or we will go ahead.”
A third family member said: “The Mandelas are trying to tell the victim’s mum not to press charges.”
Yesterday, SAPS provincial spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Lungelo Dlamini said: “If a crime has been committed, you can’t negotiate. At this stage I’m not aware but we encourage the family to open a case ASAP.”
Yesterday Mama Winnie was not available for comment as her phone rang unanswered.

Photos of Jummie, the girl falsely reported to be Vomiting blood as a result of Runs

Like we earlier reported she wasn't a runs girl. She was just another girl next door. She's been getting ill frequently lately, before she collapsed that very day on her way from a TUTORIAL CLASS AT PROPER ARSENAL, BENSON BUSSTOP,IKORODU LAGOS STATE, but according the elder brother, the family is baffled by the blood that soaked her body and may release an autopsy report soon. 

Here is what the deceased brother said about these photos: "Those pictures were taken during her MATRICULATION. YOU'LL NOTICE THAT THE SAME CLOTH WAS WORN ON THE DAY OF HER DEMISE. OTHERS are the ONES WE TOOK AT BAR BEACH LAGOS RECENTLY." 

Those are her the two brothers with her in the above photos. 
Think about it, which ritual killer will dump his victim's body at a busy market like Ikorodu garage in broad day light, when it is not in Nollywood? That's what Nigerian bloggers where reporting for Goodness sake.. 
So guys you have heard oh!!!She didn't die from runs as said. May her soul rest in peace. 

Buhari owes Igbos nothing, Junaid tells Ezeife

The Convener of the Coalition of Northern Politicians, Academics, Professionals and Businessmen, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, has dismissed the sentiments shared by a former Governor of Anambra State that the Igbo have not been treated fairly in the governance of Nigeria.

Ezeife had argued that President Muhammadu Buhari’s appointment of Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, who hails from the Igbo-speaking part of Delta State, to head the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, was not enough to satisfy the South-East.
But in an interview with our correspondent on Friday, Mohammed criticised Ezeife, insisting that people of the Igbo nation have enjoyed favourable treatment.

He added it was wrong to reward the Igbo simply on the basis of the Nigerian Civil War, which lasted between 1967 and 1970.

Mohammed said, “If it is about Buhari making the appointments based on merit, I have no problems with it. I don’t believe Buhari or Nigeria owes any Igbo anything. I don’t care what Ezeife says; if they had seceded, there would have been no Nigeria today. As people who acted outside the interest of Nigeria as a country, to expect compensation is a very odd logic.

“If the Igbo don’t like it, they can attempt secession again. If they do, they must be prepared to live with the consequences. Nobody owes them anything and nobody is out to compensate them for anything.”
The doctor-turned-politician also condemned claims that Buhari’s appointment of northerners into key positions in government was done out of ethnic sentiment.

He said, “They (critics) should tell us which ethnic groups have been favoured by Buhari in the course of making his appointments in parastatals and agencies. Those who are making those allegations, particularly the Igbo, have not told us exactly which parastatals.

“For example, an Igbo man has just been appointed as the head of the NNPC, one of the most important government agencies in Nigeria. And over 50 per cent of those appointed before him were also Igbos. So, if people decide to be mischievous, there is nothing anybody can do about it. As far as I am concerned, those appointed have been good and credible persons.”

On reports that Buhari may head the petroleum ministry for the next 18 months, the northern leader stated that there was no living Nigerian at that public level who knew as much about the ministry as Buhari.

According to Mohammed, there is full justification for Buhari to be petroleum minister for as long as he desires.
He added, “Moreover, the consequences of what happens in the oil ministry are so dire. When one looks at the track record of the past minister, one can see what we have to deal with as a country as a result of her being made a minister.
“In fact, I encourage him to retain the defence ministry because we are in a state of war and he is a distinguished retired general who has headed every single division of the Nigerian Army during his service. If he decides to be the defence minister, I would be more than glad.”

Ciara puts her nipples on display in a Photoshoot for Shape magazine

Talented singer and mother of one,  Ciara shows off her sexy slim body and flaunts her nipples in a Photoshoot for the September issue of  Shape Magazine. See more photos after the cut........

Toolz and her Fiance share a cute photo on a vacation in the USA.

Toolz and her fiancΓ© Tunde Demurun are currently on a vacation  in the USA.They shared photos of their time in Universal Studios Orlando, Florida. Another photo after the cut.

Buhari does not have to love the Igbo on augu

APC Presidential Campaign Candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari, (middle) flanked by APC National Chairman, All Progressive Congress (APC), Chief John Odigie Oyegun, APC Chieftain and former Goverinor, Chief Ogbonnaya Ono, Eze Ndi Igbo Suleja, Amb (Dr.) Igwe Collins Chibueze Okoli, Uche Eginti Eze Udo, President General Igbo delegates Assembly (IDA) of the19 Northern States, Chief Damian Sunny Inyamah and others adopt GEN Muhammadu Buhari for 2015 Presidency at the APC Presidential Campaign office in Abuja. File Photo.

There has been a spate of criticism and worry from the Eastern end complaining that President Buhari’s appointments thus far have been lopsided, and has generally ignored the South-Eastern Igbo in large part, and the minorities of the South, to some extent .

The president’s profile of appointments to key military, security, and corporate institutional positions has tended more to be from the North. In a sense, the President has made the office of the president, the face of his administration, a profoundly regional one. The most disturbing to most people was the quick overturning of the appointment of Mr. Nwabueze C. Obi, as the acting MD of the National Maritime and Safety Agency, NIMASA, replaced with Mr. Haruna Jauro in quick order on the orders of the president.
There is on the surface, a very clearly regionalist bent in the president’s appointments so far, which prompted Dr. Ezeife, reportedly, to snap at the president’s appointment of Dr. Ibe Kachikwu as the new MD of the NNPC – the first of the president’s Igbo appointees.
 “It is not enough!” Dr. Ezeife says. In a multi-ethnic state, such as Nigeria, with a history of distrust, people have come to regard familiar faces and familiar names they can identify as the basis for securing group interests.
There is very little doubt that the Igbo are a very robust group of Nigerians with their own sense of a strategic interest, and anyone who ignores the Igbo does so at really great risks.
 I feel certain that President Buhari knows this too. The Igbo have proven precedence of action, once they choose to create synergy, and common cause. And their impact could be devastating. I will cite four historical examples.
Between 1895 and 1930, with British colonial forays into Africa late in the 19th century, the Igbo put up one of the toughest resistances against British colonization in Africa. While the Igbo fought, some of its neighbors fell in quick order.
For instance, in January 1903, twenty four British officers led a column of 700 African soldiers of the new West African Frontier Force, many of them Hausa, fresh from the Ashanti campaigns, and marched on Kano, and defeated it at the battle of Bebedji. The Emir of Kano, Aliyu, was in flight, while his brother, Muhammed Abbas was installed as a British puppet.
 Emir Aliyu was soon captured, exiled, and locked up in the British military garrison in Lokoja where he died in 1926. The British defeat and killing of Sultan Attahiru, and the Magajin of Keffi, among many in Burmi on July 27, 1903, marked the formal end of the Caliph’s resistance in Sokoto against the British.
Southwards, exhausted by internal rife and the hundred-year civil war following the collapse of Oyo, the Yoruba historian Johnson wrote that it was the Yoruba Obas themselves who wrote and invited the British to come and colonize Yoruba land. Oba Ovoranwen of Benin was quickly defeated by the British and exiled to Calabar, where he too died in exile. 
But the British fought the Igbo for thirty years, in five campaigns from 1900to 1930, until the British forced the High Priest, Eze Nri Obalike, to appear at the Awka Courts in 1930. Historians like Don Ohadike have written eloquently about the Ekumeku movement and the Igbo use of guerrilla warfare against the British.
Meanwhile, the previous year in 1929, Igbo women had driven away the colonial warrant chiefs, imposed on the Igbo by the British. All that prompted, in an attempted to understand the Igbo, the British government under the Colonial Governor-General, Sir Ralph Cameron, to send a series of Anthropologists to study the Igbo. 
One of them, Sylvia Leith-Ross, came in 1930, and wrote the book, Among African Women, with the preface by Lord Lugard. She noted thus in her book about the Igbo: “these people are not intimidated by us, and are rather amused by us. They watch us and learn quickly what we know. God help us the day they climb the ladder.”
By the 1930s, following their work as technicians, tradesmen, mid-level clerks in commercial and government jobs, and artisans helping to lay the North-South Rail lines, the Igbo, had fanned across and settled in what is now modern Nigeria.
From 1937-1957 they had enough national density to mobilize and rally round Dr. Azikiwe, and were the arrowheads in the anti-colonial nationalist movement that forced the British colonialists out of Nigeria. By 1967, finding Nigeria no longer suitable for their collective interest and protection, they staged an exit and declared their own state of Biafra.
 The Igbo remain the only one of the major groups in Nigeria to mobilize an army, create an independent state, and fight in defence of their interests; and they have the capacity to do so again if they feel themselves, and their collective interests threatened. For three years, they fought, and in 1970, exhausted and surrounded, they agreed to a negotiated end, and returned to Nigeria.
But I do know that they did not feel themselves defeated, as elements of the S Brigade under Tim Onwuatuegwu, among whom my uncle, now a Professor of Geophysics, had been trained and prepared to activate the guerilla phase of the war nation-wide should there be need to defend the Igbo in 1970. 
Nigerians should thank General Gowon, and the late MD Yusuf, who made it part of his policy, to absorb key members of the Biafran Organization of Freedom Fighters, into the Nigerian Intelligence Services to tamp down that possibility.
The Nigerian government knew that the Igbo were the only part of Nigeria that had highly trained combatants with field experience who had circulated into civilian life as traders, artisans, students, university professors, civil servants, teachers, and other professionals, and you do not mess with people like that. 
Nigeria gave the Igbo their due up till the middle of the 1980s. I have outlined these simply to suggest that President Buhari, himself a combatant of the last war, knows the Igbo, and that he would not take Igbo interest for granted.
General Sam Momah, once Buhari’s Principal Staff Officer has reminded the Igbo that some of the President’s best friends are Igbo. I do believe him. I also think that this president has a right, indeed an obligation to his office, to choose whomsoever he likes, from any part of Nigeria, to do the job. 
Fair representation is fantastic. But the president is possibly signaling an important message, that these ethnic or regional considerations, should not be at the detriment of competence and trust. The people he has chosen so far, seem competent.
 All we need to do is keep them under scrutiny. What the Igbo should campaign for is that no matter who occupies a public office, no Nigerian, Igbo or not, must suffer discrimination, or be the subject of selective targeting, in the exercise of the function of any office.
 Nice as it might seem to see a familiar face in the picture of the president’s team, I should prefer that the president be pushed more in the direction of influencing more direct federal investments in Igbo land, to alleviate the problems of the high unemployment rate in the region.
The president does not need to love the Igbo, but he must assure them just and equal protection in his government in terms of direct benefit to their wider number. Not to do that will certainly rouse the Igbo to seek justice by all means necessary.
Besides, President Buhari will not be the president forever, and the precedent he sets today, might mean, that whoever becomes president after him, may as well choose his key staff from his region, for as long as they satisfy the criteria of competence, integrity, and fairness in the execution of their jobs. The Igbo should therefore be patient, and circumspect on this matter of the president’s political appointments: let him do his job, with the men and women he can trust to do it.

Check out this video that's is going viral on social media, hilarious really!!!

Wow!!!  Check out what this lady put up on social media and what she had to say and it's no joke to her. Leave a comment and tell me what you think guys.

Why official release of manifest is delayed – Bristow official

The delay in the official release of the names contained in the manifest of the ill-fated helicopter that crashed into Lagos lagoon on Wednesday has been attributed to the need to get consent of the deceased families.

A management source from the Bristow Helicopters Ltd, owners of the crashed helicopter, told NAN on the condition of anonymity, on Saturday in Lagos, that the airline was still contacting the victims’ families.

He said that their client, SEDCO oil platform offshore, was still contacting the victims’ families and would approve the release of the victims’ names in a few days.

“We cannot release the victims’ names without the consent of our client, SEDCO Oil, which is still in regular contact with families of the victims,” he said.
According to him, the withholding of the names was in accordance with International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Annex 13.
Bodies from the crash
Photo: PM News
He said also that the airline and the accident investigators lack the capacity to disclose the names on the manifest.
The source, however, called on the public to exercise little patience with the airline and appropriate authorities in releasing the manifest.

“Even though we have submitted the manifest to the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), we will still have to give them the matching order to release it with the consent of the victims’ families.

“You and I know that Bristow would have been ordered to release the manifest because of the investigation the bureau is carrying out and it is something they ought to have because of the nature of their job they are doing at the moment,” he said.

Dr Felix Abali, the AIB Commissioner, had said on Friday that the bureau did not have the power to make the victims’ names public until the airline contacted the victims’ families.

Abali said he was in touch with the airline and would make the names public immediately he received the nod from the airline.

He said that aviation protocol must be observed before the manifest would be released. “The families must be briefed first. It is the responsibility of the airlines to release the manifest, they have to contact the families first before they release it to the public,” he said.

NAN recalls that the Sikosky 76 helicopter marked 5N-BGD crashed into the Lagos lagoon as it approached Murtala Muhammed Airport, in Ikeja.

Six of the 12 passengers on board in the helicopter died while six others were rescued and taken to hospital.

PM News. 

Nicki Minaj's PinkPrint Tour concert in California ends in a fights break out and fans get pepper sprayed

Nicki Minaj brought her Bay area concert to a close on Friday night after fighting broke out and people got pepper sprayed.
The Anaconda singer, 32, played to a packed house at the Concord Pavilion as part of her PinkPrint Tour.

According to a cell phone video shared on social media, Nicki called out over the microphone: 'Stop, stop, stop.'
'This girl that just got sprayed with mace in her face,' she said. 'Come here. Bring her over here. Come here, come here, quick.'

But when she noticed that a number of brawls were taking place and saw a young woman get maced, she stopped the music 

It's not clear what sparked the initial pushing and shoving in the front rows of the auditorium but according to the Music Times, 'concert goers began fighting with each other, causing security to come in and spray those involved in the melee.'

TMZ is reporting that, according to local law enforcement, a 22-year-old man was arrested for assaulting a security guard.
Nicki herself only obliquely referenced the tumultuous end to her performance when she posted a pic from the concert on her Instagram account Saturday.
Alongside the photo of her on stage, the Super Bass star wrote: 'Sold out show in the Bay Area last night ❤️. They were more than turnT... Let's just say that. Lol. Can't wait to see u guys again.'

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