Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Hilarious :Check out How Flavour Set Social Media On Fire With Photos (PHOTO)

On Saturday, October 24 at the International Conference Centre (ICC), Calabar 37 ladies vied for the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN). In the end, 21 year-old Unoaku Anyadike won the coveted crown.

While the pageant was on going, a joke was also going on the social media about hip highlife singer, Flavour N’abania and beauty queens. See the picture that started the comments on Instagram:


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The joke is coming on the heels that Flavour has two children from two women who were once beauty queen. The first woman to have a baby for Flavour is former Delta soap model Sandra Okagbue in September 2014 after which 2013 MBGN winner, Anna Banner had another daughter for the singer in August 2015.

OMG !!! A woman Who Cooks With Menstrual Blood Says "No Regrets

This is gross!!  How can a woman use her menstruation blood to cook for her husband, Chai horrible.  What do you think about that??? 

Actress Uche Nnanna and her so pose in matching outfit

Awwww this photo is so cute....... Right guys???? 

Kylie Jenner steps out in see-through leggings, sexy!!!!!

The 18 year old went to a studio in LA in this see-through leggings where she met with her boyfriend Tyga and later changed into a more glamorous outfit. See the pics after the cut..

Kim Kardashian's baby shower - Troop Beverly Hills..

Kim Kardashian West has given her fans an inside look at a baby shower. She shared the photos on her subscription website. The theme - Troop Beverly Hills was suggested by her sister, Kourtney. See more photos after the cut...

See Annie Idibia's shoot for breast cancer awareness

The actress and mother of two teamed forces with Make-up artiste ArabyLaide and photographer Emmanuel Oyeleke for a breast cancer awareness inspired photo shoot. The shoot, tagged #FightTheOdds, is to create more awareness about cancer and the importance of self examination

Check out the Juju Scare In LASU

•Admin, Senate buildings laced with charms

•No-go-area for VC, staff for past 7 months

DON’T step into the Admin Block 1 of the Lagos State University (LASU) or the Senate Building if you don’t want to die! That is the message that those who laced the place with charms sought to deliver with their frightening deed. Since then fear has pervaded the 32-year-old institution in the past six months.

 The Admin Block 1, which houses the office of the Vice Chancellor, Prof John Obafunwa, other principal officers and registry staff has been deserted for over six months over alleged juju scare. This is the second time under his administration that juju was reportedly placed on the Admin Block and Senate Building.

On a good day, the Admin Block 1 was the busiest office on the campus and has the highest human traffic, mainly staff, students and visitors entering and coming out. It is a one storey building located near the Badagry Expressway gate of the university.

The Senate Building, which faces both the Admin Block 1 and 2, has also been abandoned in the past six months for the same reason forcing meetings of the Senate to be held at the Lagos State University College of Medicine (LASUCOM).

In the last six months, the Admin Block 1 and the Senate Building have been made to look like a ghost town because of desertion by the Vice Chancellor, Prof John Obafunwa, principal officers and other staff over fear of being harmed by fetishes left in the area.

 The trouble started on Monday, March 16, 2015, when the staff unions chased out the VC, his two deputies, the Registrar and other senior management staff out of the campus.
Less than 24 hours after the protest, the university workers asked the former Governor, Babatunde Fashola, to appoint an acting VC, adding that they have ‘sacked’ the vice chancellor. The staff unions also demanded for a Visitation Panel.

The next day after the protest, congress of the three staff unions at their different meetings banned Prof. Obafunwa from entering the campus, accusing him of maladministration and several other offences.  Loyalists of the VC fought back and condemned the action of their colleagues, insisting that Obafunwa should be allowed into the university to carry out his duties.
After the ugly incident, the Admin Block 1 and the Senate were locked and since then no staff including the principal officers and even the campus security personnel had gone near the building.

The 32-year-old institution may have made history as the first tertiary institution whose VC has not set foot on campus for over six months because of the prolonged face-off with the workers who have vowed not to allow him into the university.

Fear of what happened to other workers, who some years back tried to force open the Admin and Senate blocks, also made security personnel and those loyal to the embattled VC not to open the two iron gates. Rumours about staff who were struck by strange illness when they tried to enter the buildings previously has made the place a no-go area.
For days, some staff were placed on ‘special duty’ by the unions to monitor the locked Admin and Senate blocks even as the workers gathered under a tree to continue with their celebration over the banishment of the VC and other top management from the campus.

Investigation reveals that several attempts were made by the immediate past governor to smuggle the embattled VC into the campus but the main problem was that nobody wanted to go near the Admin Block 1 and the Senate Building because of fear of the juju.

Even the NANS and LASU students union that demanded for the VC’s return to the main campus were not bold enough to go near the dreaded spots. They restricted their protest around the two gates.

When our correspondent visited the campus, it was evident that the Admin Block and Senate Building has not been used for several months, as the surroundings were overgrown with weeds. It was gathered that members of staff of the university also avoid the place for fear of bad omen.

Further enquires revealed that registry staffs, whose offices were located in the Admin Block 1 and the Senate Building have been temporary relocated to other offices. The VC, Prof Obafunwa, has been using his personal office at LASUCOM, while Senate meetings were held at one of the halls in LASUCOM.

Efforts by our correspondent to find out who laced the Admin Block and Senate Building with juju proved abortive as the Director, Centre for Information, Press and Public Relations (CIPPR), Mrs. Ronke Osho was said to have started her retirement leave from the services of the Lagos State government.

The chairmen of ASUU, SSANU and NASU claimed ignorance of the juju. But some union members dared the students, state government and Obafunwa’s loyalists to open the gates.

“The unions will not stop them from going to open the Admin Block 1 and the Senate Building, but they know the consequences,” a staff who wishes to remain anonymous, explained. “Those who tried it some years ago know what happened. Even the VC and his loyalists know the implications of going to open the gates by force.’

It was gathered that before the gates of the Admin Block 1 and Senate Building would be opened for use, certain rituals would need to be performed in the night.

The new Pro Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council, Prof. Adebayo Ninalowo told Education Review that he and his members are working hard to restore peace on campus. He said they met the staff unions and students unions recently.

Obafunwa’s tenure would end on October 31 and staff unions have already started   a countdown for him with two big banners placed at the two gates of the university. announcing how many days are left of his administration. 

The Sun. 

Rev Father Mbaka Warns Judges Over Cultism

Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministries, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has urged judges in Enugu State to shun cultism or face dire consequences.

The fiery priest made the appeal during a holy mass, which was part of activities  to mark the beginning of Enugu State Judiciary Legal Year held at Christ the King Parish, Enugu.
He alleged that some belong to secret societies in a bid to protect their lives and to ensure a successful career without knowing that such practices would only end in bringing the wrath of God upon them.

Mbaka advised the judges and lawyers to see their profession as a special calling from God and, therefore, try to carry out their functions with the fear of God.
“If any of you is in any secret society, you had better come out of it before it is too late. You don’t need such things. Those who join them never enjoy their last days. You are never protected.

“They may promise you favour but that comes from God alone. So, depend on Him because He is the Chief Judge.
“One thing with such secret societies is that they will never tell you what the end of it is like, they will show you the part you think is good but when you enter, you will be finished.”

He charged judges to always carry out their function of dispensation of justice without fear or favour, adding that “when justice is denied, God is not happy.”
He also pointed out that “many people in the prison today are there because of what they know nothing about; maybe because of lies told against them.”
Mbaka also told the judges to stand as the last hope of the common man in the society and always live up to expectations.

“Whatever you do in the court will come back to your family; if you are unjust in the court, maybe one day, one of your children will be jailed or even killed,” he said.
The Catholic priest who predicted the defeat of former President Goodluck Jonathan recalled that God had long before the general elections revealed to him that Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi would be the next governor of Enugu State.

“The first time I saw the governor, then he was in the National Assembly and I didn’t even know him. I greeted him and told him ‘you are going to be the governor of Enugu State,” he said.
He urged Ugwuanyi to always bear the interest of the people of the state at heart and also remain close to God in all he does.
“You need protection from heaven so that you will be able to actualize all the good plans you have for Enugu. Know that you are a prayer answered because Enugu made a lot of noise about your election”, he told Ugwuanyi, who was at the church.

Other dignitaries who attended the mass service were the Enugu Deputy Governor, Mrs. Cecilia Ezeilo; Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Hon. Edward Ubosi; the Chief Judge of the State, Hon. Justice I. A. Umezulike; Senator Chukwuka Utazi, among others.

The celebration continued at the state judiciary complex where the Chief Judge inspected a guard of honour mounted for the ceremony before going to preside over a special court session as part of activities lined up for the celebration.
The Sun. 

Photos: President Buhari departs for India

President Buhari this morning departed Nigeria for India on a 4 -day official visit. While in India, Buhari will participate in the 3rd Summit of the India-Africa forum, a platform set up for the advancement of mutually-beneficial relations between India and African nations. He is expected back to Nigeria on Friday October 30th. See more photos after the cut...

See the showdown between Beyonce vs Nicki Minaj (photos)

Beyonce and Nicki Minaj had a mock showdown backstage at the Tidal X: 1020 charity concert in Brooklyn New York last week. The video was just released on Beyonce's Facebook page.

'By the way, ice grill me as long as you can,' the Beyonce, 34, tells Nicki, 32, in a newly released behind-the-scenes video. The 'ice grill' is considered to be a cold fear-provoking stare. They duo were rehearsing for a concert when Bey suggested they have a contest. See more photos after the cut

Buhari’s anti-corruption war, a step in right direction —Kumuyi


General Superintendent, GS, Deeper Christian Life Ministry, DCLM, Pastor Williams Kumuyi has described President Muhammadu Buhari’s fight against corruption as a step in the right direction which should be supported by all Nigerians.

In a chat with journalists, Kumuyi who was in Aba, Abia state  on Sunday  for a unique combined worship service of the church at the Abia State Polytechnic playground, said “I am a layman when it comes to politics. But from what we can see, I believe that the President is in the right direction and if we support him with our comments and in other ways, I believe that we will see corruption brought down very quickly.”

He stated that the Church can help the President in the fight against corruption by teaching members to shun evil conducts and contribute positively to the progress of the country.

“When we say the church, we are not just talking about buildings; we are talking of people who come to church and also go to offices. For the church to support the fight against corruption, preachers must teach our people to learn how to contribute positively to the progress of the country wherever they are .

If you are a governor, commissioner, teacher, minister and among others; do your best for the country. Don’t think of what you can get out of the place that you are working, but how they can contribute to the place in order to support the efforts of the government.”

The cleric advised political office holders to lead with the fear of God and always remember to fulfill their campaign promises, insisting that they must see themselves as servants of the people who elected them into office.

Earlier in his sermon which centred on ‘The Riches of Christ’s Supernatural Love”, Kumuyi described God’s love for man as inexhaustible and beyond the imagination and understanding of man, adding that it was because of God’s love for man that made Him to send His only begotten son to die to redeem and reconcile man back to God.

According to him, “God is on a rescue mission and is ready to reach out to the deepest part of the earth to rescue anyone who wants to turn a new leaf. The reason why I’m in Abia state is that Abia is Gods Own State; I will like to plant in a place where the seed will germinate.”

Highlights of the cleric’s visit at the program titled; “Open for Extra-Ordinary Blessings”, was a special prayer session for the sick, church, Abia State and the entire country.
Source : vanguard 

News News : Lesbianism scandal rocks Kogi varsity

Once again, Kogi State University is in the news for unpleasant reasons as lesbian sex videos involving students of the university recently emerged on the campus.
Some of the students involved are those of Economics and English Education departments.
The two students in one of the videos monitored by Vanguard, revealed how deep the culture of lesbianism had infiltrated the female hostels in the school.
One of the students is considering leaving the school to avoid possible stigmatization as the videos had gone viral.
A female student in the Department of Zoology who craved anonymity, told Vanguard that lesbianism was becoming a big issue in the university.
She said young, fresh undergraduates were lured into the immoral club as many of them do not know what was in it before joining the lesbian ring.
“Kogi State University is fast becoming the comfort zone for lesbians. Many Jambites are lured into the ring because they don’t even know what it is all about.
‘’What they do now is to relocate off-campus in order to enjoy the privacy needed for their illicit and immoral act. Once in it, it is so difficult to renounce because lesbians share a lot of gifts to keep victims in it.
‘’The authorities of this school may need to take drastic steps to restore the moral integrity and discipline for which we were known,” she said.
When Vanguard got in contact with one of the lesbians, she said she was lured into lesbianism in her first week on campus by a very wealthy 300 student.
She said she was not aware that their sex escapades were recorded, threatening to quit the university in order to save the integrity of her family.
“My attention was drawn to the video in circulation by one of my friends. When I watched it, I knew that was the end of my stay in this school.
‘’Many of my course mates already have the video, so it will be difficult for me to continue my academic programme because of possible stigmatization. I have brought shame to myself and my family,” she lamented.
Although the school authorities are yet to release an official statement on the scandal, sources close to the authorities said investigations into the issue of lesbianism among the students had commenced.

Check out the 12-year-old girl who was forced into prostitution

Article written by Nicholas Kristoff for The New York Times. Quite interesting! Read below...
When readers hear about 'modern slavery', they may roll their eyes & assume that’s an exaggeration.Slavery? Really? Modern slavery?. If you’re one of the doubters, then listen to Poonam Thapa, a teenage girl I met here in Nepal, where she is putting her life back together after being sold to a brothel'
Poonam Thapa was poor and uneducated when a woman offered an escape in the form of a well-paying job.
     "You can have a better life," Poonam remembers the woman saying. "And if you make good money, you will be respected by your father. You can help your family."
So Poonam, then age 12, ran off with the woman. When Poonam was eventually deposited in a brothel in Mumbai, India, she was puzzled. 

     "I didn’t even know what a brothel was," she recalls.
The brothel owner, a woman, dolled her up in a skimpy dress, equipped her with falsies, and gave her heels. Then the owner sold Poonam’s virginity to an older man.
     "The man raped me," Poonam says. "I didn’t know what he was doing. But I was bleeding and hurting and crying."
The brothel owner sternly told Poonam to buck up — she had paid $1,700 for Poonam and needed to recover her investment. So Poonam was locked inside the brothel, forced to have sex with 20 to 25 men a day, and more on Sundays and holidays. There were no days off, no trips outside the brothel, and, of course, no pay.
One day Poonam was hurting and refused a customer. She says the brothel-owner beat her and burned her with cigarettes; she showed me the scars.
Poonam thus became one of 20.9 million people worldwide — a quarter of them children — subjected to forced labor, according to the U.N.’sInternational Labour Organization. In the United States, tens of thousands of children are trafficked into the sex trade each year.
Men visiting Poonam’s brothel paid $2.50 for sex and were sometimes oblivious to the brutality, flattering themselves that the girls liked their work. They see girls who often smile; no one is holding a gun to their heads.
Poonam responded with what so many others have said: The smiles are on the outside, even as girls are crying inside.
     "We were told to smile, because a smile is money and will pull in customers," Poonam said. The girls were also ordered to say that they were over 18 and working voluntarily.
Then one day police raided the brothel. Warned by the brothel owner that the police would torture her if they found she was a child or trafficked, Poonam claimed that she was 23 and working voluntarily, but the police could see that she was a child and took her to a shelter.
Indian authorities returned Poonam to the care of Maiti Nepal, a leading anti-trafficking organization. Now Poonam is studying to be a social worker in hopes of helping other trafficked girls. A new study suggests that post-traumatic stress disorder is frequent among those who have been trafficked.
Anuradha Koilara, founder of Maiti Nepal, notes that there has been a bit of progress against sex trafficking of Nepali girls. A crucial step, whether in Nepal or the United States, is ending the impunity for pimps and traffickers, and Koirala says that Maiti Nepal has helped prosecute 800 people for involvement in trafficking. In America as well, we need to prosecute traffickers rather than their victims.

Genevieve Nnaji says ' I will marry when he finds me'

Actress Genevieve Nnaji says she will get married whenever her man finds her. Genevieve said this in a recent interview with Encomium magazine. When asked when she will be getting married, Genevieve said "When he finds me". Asked if he hasn't found her yet, she said "Exactly".

Genevieve says she has been absent from the movie scene because she couldn't find any script that was worth her time..
"I didn't take a break. Yes you haven't seen me in any film but it is not my doing. I read at least three or four scripts a week for the past five years. That is to show you how bad it is. I am very careful when it comes to what I take part in.
There is so much or nothing you can do to convince me. I have to love a story so that I can bring it to life. It is not a one man band. The story needs to entice. The character needs to be appealing and then, you are one with it. With that, it becomes easy to be a good actor. If I don't get a good script, I am not going on set. I haven't seen anything worth my while in years, that is the truth. I don't know who did what we did in the 90s. If you can't beat your last job, what is the point? You might as well take a bow but I am not bowing out yet" she said

News News : Supreme court throws out suit filed by Wike against Rivers election tribunal

The Supreme court has thrown out a suit filed by Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike against the Rivers state election tribunal. Wike had approached the apex court, asking that the action of the tribunal to relocate from Rivers state to Abuja be regarded as unconstitutional. The tribunal had relocated to Abuja due to security threats in Port Harcourt.

Delivering its judgement this morning, the 7 man panel of judges said the relocation of the tribunal from Rivers state to Abuja was constitutional and borne out of security challenges.

The apex court also added that the president of the appeal court did not err in law by ordering the relocation of the tribunal. On Saturday October 24th, the state tribunal nullified Wike's election and ordered a fresh election be conducted in 90 days.

Shocking footage of a police officer brutally assaulting a high school student

The video, shared by Shaun King on twitter and thought to have been filmed by a fellow student of Spring Valley High School, in Columbia, South Carolina, shows a Police Officer named as Deputy Ben Fields asking a girl to rise from a classroom desk. The girl refused and the officer wraps a forearm around her neck. The officer then tips the attached chair and desk backward until she slams to the floor.
He then throws the girl several feet across the floor to the front of the classroom where he ordered her hands behind her back and applied handcuffs throwing a student across a classroom floor.
School officials and sheriff’s deputies said they are investigating the incident.
     "Pending the outcome of the investigation, the district has directed that the school resource officer not return to any school in the district," Richland Two Superintendent Debbie Hamm said.
Deputy Fields will be placed on administrative duties as authorities investigate his handling of the female student, Richland County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Curtis Wilson confirmed.

Check out Why A Muslim Cleric Killed His Friend (Pictured)


An Islamic cleric, Ali Mohammed, has confessed to killing a 32-year-old graduate of Business Administration, Olufunbi Lawal.
The suspect, who owed Olufunbi N32,000, said he killed the deceased in order to avoid paying the debt.
Mohammed said he arranged four other relatives, who killed him on Thursday on Olorunfemi Street, in the Oworonshoki area of Lagos State.
He said, “He (Olufunbi) sold a motorcycle to me for N40, 000 last month and I gave him N8, 000 with a promise to pay up before the end of October. But he kept disturbing me to give him his balance. I delayed in paying because the motorcycle developed some faults that also gulped the money I was to use to pay him.
“On that fateful day, I invited some of my relatives. We killed him in order to stop him from disturbing me.”
PUNCH Metro learnt that Olufunbi, a graduate of a Lagos polytechnic, left his shop to meet Mohammed to collect the money the latter was owing him for a motorcycle he (Olufunbi) sold to him.
As the 32-year-old entered his friend’s house on Thursday night, he was grabbed by a gang of five men led by Mohammed.
The men reportedly tied a rope around his neck before slamming an iron bar on his head, thereby breaking his skull.
Not done, the men chopped off his fingers and slashed his neck with a cutlass.
PUNCH Metro learnt that his corpse was dragged down from the three-storey building and thrown onto the roadside, where it was found on Friday morning.
A resident and close friend of the victim, Funke Nuberu, explained that Olufunbi and Mohammed had been friends for more than four years.
She explained that when Olufunbi’s landlady started demanding rent, he decided to turn to his friend to offset his debt, but the suspect asked for more time.
She said, “Olufunbi had a shop where he sold provisions. Ali (Mohammed) is a security guard on the street; he was employed to guard a renovated building that had been put up for sale by an insurance company.
“Olufunbi’s shop is adjacent to Ali’s house on Olorunfemi Street.
“Olufunbi usually closed his shop around 10pm. But he got a call around 8pm on that fateful day and asked one of his friends to look after the shop and that he would soon return.

“Around 10pm, he was not back and the landlady wanted to lock the gate, so the person looking after the shop came to inform me that Olufunbi had not returned.”
Nuberu said efforts to reach him on his telephone were abortive as it was later discovered that his handset was left in the shop.
She said the call log on the telephone was checked and it turned out that Mohammed was the last person the victim called.
Mohammed, when challenged, denied knowing his friend’s whereabouts.
“We challenged him that he was the last person that Olufunbi spoke with on the phone but he said Olufunbi called his old telephone line,” Nuberu added.
It was learnt that the victim’s family members reported the case at the Oworonsoki Police Division.
Charles Shittu, who claimed to have watched over the victim’s shop on Thursday, said he was going to make a statement at the station when information filtered in that a corpse had been found on an adjoining street.
He said it was identified as the 32-year-old.
A resident, Solomon Paul, said the blood dripping from the corpse was traced to the second floor of the building where Mohammed worked as a security guard.
He said, “There was blood from the ground floor to the top floor, so his corpse must have been dragged down after he was killed. We saw the clothes Mohammed wore the previous day, stained with blood. There was also a rope, which was used to tie his neck. The keys to his shop were on the ground.
“We found a crowbar which they used to hit his head and a cutlass that they also used to kill him.”
Paul said some old blood stains were also in the house, suggesting that criminal activities had been going on for some time in the house.
Mohammed was said to be a reputed muezzin in a mosque in the community.
PUNCH Metro learnt that an irate mob that tore through the building descended heavily on Mohammed until he passed out.
The President of the Oworonshoki Youth Forum, Oluwasegun Somorin, who decried the murder, urged security operatives to bring the perpetrators of the crime to book.
The victim’s elder brother, Kazeem, said the family did not have the means to pursue the case, adding that only God could fight for them.
He said, “Olufunbi was very hardworking. He already had a piece of land in Ikorodu, but he put the project on hold because of his education. He also had a fiancĂ©e and they were planning their wedding.
“It is only God that can fight for us. His corpse has already been deposited in a mortuary.”
The Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Joe Offor, confirmed the incident, adding that two suspects had been arrested.