SHOW OF SHAME: Mother & Daughter Fight Over Boyfriend In Delta (PHOTO)


A 42-year- old housewife in Asaba, Delta State, simply identified as Monica (surname withheld) on Sunday threw caution to the wind when she engaged her 17 year-old daughter in a fight for allegedly snatching her boyfriend.

Eyewitness said that a scene was created around St. Brigid’s Girls College, Asaba, Sunday afternoon after both of them exchanged blows.

As both of them engaged themselves in a fight, motorists on the popular busy road stopped to watch what one of them described as a show of shame.

Eyewitness further said that the mother was alleged to have snatched the daughter’s boyfriend, who works in one of the oil companies in Warri.

The daughter was said to have become furious when she heard that her boyfriend was caught pants down with her mother in an hotel in the state.

The trouble between the mother and her daughter became aggravated when the lover boy began to act in a strange manner towards the girl.

While the show of shame between them lasted, the daughter was said to have called the mother a shameless woman and a prostitute, who drove the father out of the house with her unbridled quest for s*x.

Speaking to our correspondent at the scene, a relation of the woman, who did not want her name in the print, blamed the situation on her sister, whom she said disappointed women folk, especially mothers.

Source:- Leadership

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PHOTOS: Meet US Teenage Missionary Who Has Been Raping Young Children At Kenyan Orphanage

According to a report on KTLA a US teenager faces a possible life in prison sentence after authorities say they learned about shocking crimes he allegedly committed on an African mission trip.
The suspect was volunteering at a Kenyan children’s home when he allegedly raped and molested a number of young children between the ages of four and nine.
According to court records, 19-year-old Matthew Durham (pictured above) confessed to raping several young girls, forcing some boys to perform oral sex on him and even making other kids watch.
"This is a young man in our community that made choices to exploit children in an orphanage,” said United States Attorney Sanford Coats. “It’s a true tragedy all the way around.”
The 19-year-old suspect traveled overseas with a group called Upendo. Upendo is an organization that assists neglected Kenyan kids by providing food, housing, clothes and religion.
While Durham volunteered to travel overseas several times over the last two years, on his last visit, the criminal complaint alleges, “Durham requested to stay at the children’s home in an ‘overflow bunk’ rather than at an offsite facility.”
During that visit, several alleged victims claimed Durham “often touched them in a sexual manner or told them to touch themselves while he watched.”
Once confronted, Durham allegedly came clean.
“A caretaker at the orphanage noticed something wasn’t right and confronted Mr. Durham. He admitted to some of the acts,” said Coats.
The affidavit continues, “The victims are believed to be both boys and girls between the ages of four and nine, at least one of whom is HIV positive.”
Prosecutors say while the alleged sex crimes were committed overseas, Durham can be held accountable for the crimes in Oklahoma.
Durham is being held without bond.

PHOTOS: Davido Speaks On Him Always Flaunting His Wealth On Social Media

In a recent interview with Encomium magazine, Davido speaks on why he flaunts his wealth on social media. Read what he said below......
"I don't call it flaunting of wealth. It is my car, my money and it is even my page. You don't have to follow me on instagram. You don't have to follow me on social media. It would have being different if I was advertising all this on a billboard. I am not doing that" 

PHOTOS: Pres. Jonathan Finally Meets With Parents of Chibok Girls

President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday met with parents of some of the schoolgirls who were kidnapped by men of Boko Haram insurgent group in Chibok, Borno State on 14 April.

The meeting is being held behind closed doors, though it was gathered that the media may be allowed in or briefied about the meeting later.

Apart from the parents of the students, the meeting is also being attended by opinion amd community leader of Chibok, some of the girls who escaped from Boko Haram captivity and parents of the escaped girls.

It was gathered that the parents and other members of Chibok community arrived Abuja yesterday and were lodged in NICON Luxury hotel from where they were taken in four Abuja mass transit buses to the meeting with the President.

President Jonathan has been under pressure to meet with the parents of the girls since they were kidnapped over three months ago.

The parents of the girls pulled out of meeting with the President last Tuesday.


The President had agreed to meet 12 parents and five girls who escaped shortly after being seized by the militants, following a request by Pakistani rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai.

But the presidency had accussed the #BringBackOurGirls, a global campaign launched on social media to secure the release of the girls of asking the parents not to attend the meeting.
Members of the Chibok community later said in a statement they called off the m

PHOTOS: Joseph Yobo & Wife Adaeze Steps Out In Style

 
PHOTOS: Joseph Yobo & Wife Adaeze Steps Out In Style.... The two are looking all Fly as they step out to go enjoy 'em selves!

PHOTOS: Girl Survives After Ritualists Cut Off One Breast (VIEWERS DISCRETION IS ADVISED)

Suspected ritualists yesterday Monday 21st July 2014 allegedly cut off the breast of the innocent looking girl pictured above in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti state.
Sources who saw her reveal that she miraculously managed to escape from her abductors but unfortunately one of her breasts had been cut off already.
 She has since been taken to the hospital for medical care.

Here is hoping she survives the ordeal because with one of her breasts in possession of the said ritualists, one cannot help but fear for her life.
 I have said it and will continue to. These are perilous times. Please people, be vigilant, be watchful but above all be prayerful.
 May God continue to keep us all.

Tee A, Comedian Calls Davido "A FOOL" (SEE WHY)

 
Nigerian comedian Tee A calls music star Davido a big fool after the comedian couldn't understand the concept behind the singer's “Aye” musical video.
 
At the 2014 Miss Global Nigeria held in Lagos, Tee A tried to explain to his audience why Davido's award winning song “Aye” ended up being shot in a village and not in an urban city like Lagos.
 
If you are lost, here is the gist. Davido sings about a girl who doesn't want his expensive gifts and lifestyle – a Ferrari car, no designer fashion stuff etc – but is solely interested in his love alone. Then his video comes out and its shot in a village setting.
 
According to Tee A, why would a village girl not want your love when she first of all has no idea what a Ferrari car or designer brands are? He asked, “why didn't he [Davido] shoot that video in
Lagos where the 'bad' girls are? It could have made much sense since they know what those riches are... So if they deny those riches for your love alone, that's the true AYE!”
 
In other words, perhaps the comedian just sent a strong message to all Nigerian music video directors to please shoot videos which tie to the lyrics of the songs they are shooting videos for.
Not so bad, Tee A, Brilliant message!

"The Miraculous Deliverance Of Oga Jona" - By Chimamanda Adichie

The Miraculous Deliverance Of Oga Jona, By Chimamanda Adichie
Award winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
As soon as he opened his eyes, he felt it. A strange peace, a calm clarity. He stretched.  Even his limbs were stronger and surer. He looked at his phone. Thirty-seven new text messages – and all while he was asleep. With one click, he deleted them. The empty screen buoyed him. Then he got up to bathe, determined to fold the day into the exact shape that he wanted.
Those Levick people had to go. No more foreign PR firms. They should have made that article in the American newspaper sound like him, they should have known better. They had to go. And he would not pay their balance; they had not fulfilled the purpose of the contract after all.
He pressed the intercom. Man Friday came in, face set in a placidly praise-singing smile.
“Good morning, Your Excellency!”
“Good morning,” Oga Jona said. “I had a revelation from God.”
Man Friday stared at him with bulging eyes.
“I said I had a revelation from God,” he repeated. “Find me new Public Relations people. Here in Nigeria. Is this country not full of mass communication departments and graduates?”
“Yes, Your Excellency.” Man Friday’s eyes narrowed; he was already thinking of whom he would bring, of how he would benefit.
 “I want a shortlist on my table on Wednesday,” Oga Jona said. “I don’t want any of the usual suspects. I want fresh blood. Like that student who asked that frank question during the economic summit.”
“Your Excellency… the procurement rules…we need somebody who is licensed by the agency licensed by the agency that licenses PR consultants…”
Oga Jona snorted. Man Friday used civil service restrictions as a weapon to fight off competition. Anybody who might push him out of his privileged position was suddenly not licensed, not approved, not registered. “I don’t want you to bring your own candidates, do you hear me? I said I want fresh blood, I’m not joking.”
“Yes, Your Excellency,” Man Friday said, voice now high-pitched with alarmed confusion.
“Put that DVD for me before you go,” Oga Jona said.
He watched the recording on the widescreen television, unhappy with his appearance in the footage. His trousers seemed too big and why had nobody adjusted his hat? Next to The Girl from Pakistan, he looked timid, scrunched into his seat. She was inspiring, that young girl, and he wished her well. But he saw now how bad this made him appear: he had ignored all the Nigerians asking him to go to Chibok, and now The Girl From Pakistan was telling the world that he promised her he would go. He promised me, she said. As if the abducted Nigerian girls did not truly matter until this girl said they did. As if what mattered to him was a photo-op with this girl made famous by surviving a gunshot wound. It made him look small. It made him look unpresidential. It made him look like a leader without a rudder.  Why had they advised him to do this? He pressed a button on his desk and waited.
Violence was unfamiliar to Oga Jona. Yet when Man Monday came in, his belly rounded and his shirt a size too tight as usual, Oga Jona fought the urge to hit and punch and slap. Instead, he settled for less: he threw a teacup at Man Monday.
“Why have you people been advising me not to go to Chibok? Why have you people been telling me that my enemies will exploit it?”
“Sah?” Man Monday had dodged the teacup and now stood flustered.
“I am going to Chibok tomorrow. I should have gone a long time ago. Now it will look as if I am going only because a foreigner, a small girl at that, told me to go. But I will still go. Nigerians have to see that this thing is troubling me too.”
“But Sah, you know…”
“Don’t ‘Sah you know’ me!” This was how his people always started. “Sah, you know…” Then they would bring up conspiracies, plots, enemies, evil spirits. No wonder giant snakes were always chasing him in his dreams: he had listened to too much of their nonsense. He remembered a quote from a teacher in his secondary school:  ‘The best answer to give your enemies is continued excellence.’ What he needed, he saw now, was an adviser like that teacher.
“Sah, the security situation…”
“Have you not seen Obama appear in Afghanistan or Iraq in the middle of the night to greet American troops? Is Chibok more dangerous than the war the Americans are always fighting up and down? Arrange it immediately. Keep it quiet. I want to meet the parents of the girls. Make gifts and provisions available to the families, as a small token of goodwill from the federal government.” He knew how much people liked such things. A tin of vegetable oil would soften some bitter hearts.
“Sah…”
“From Borno we go to Yobe. I want to meet the families of the boys who were killed. I want to visit the school. Fifty-nine boys! They shot those innocent boys and burnt them to ashes! Chai! There is evil in the world o!”
“Yes Sah.”
“These people are evil. That man Yusuf was evil. The policemen who killed him, we have to arrest them and parade them before the press. Make sure the world knows we are handling the case. But it is even more important that we tell the true story about Yusuf himself. Yes, the police should not have killed him. But does that mean his followers should now start shedding blood all over this country? Is there any Nigerian who does not have a bad story about the police? Was it not last year that my own cousin was nearly killed in police detention? Let us tell people why the Army caught him in the first place. He was evil. Remember that pastor in Maiduguri that he beheaded. Find that pastor’s wife. Let her tell her story. Let the world hear it. Show pictures of the pastor. Why have we not been telling the full story? Why didn’t we fight back when The Man From Borno was running around abroad, blaming me for everything when he too failed in his own responsibilities?” Oga Jona was getting angrier as he spoke, angry with his people, angry with himself. How could he have remained, for so long, in that darkness, that demon possession of ineptitude?
“Yes Sah!”
 “You can go.”
He picked up the iphone and spoke slowly. “I want to expand that Terror Victims Support Committee. Add one woman. Add two people personally affected by terrorism. How can you have a committee on terrorism victims with no diversity?”
On the other end of the phone, the voice was stilled by surprise. “Yes Sah!” Finally emerged, in a croak.
He put down the phone. There would be no more committees. At least until he was re-elected. And no more unending consultations. He picked up the Galaxy, scrolled through the list of contacts. He called two Big Men in the Armed Forces, the ones stealing most of the money meant for the soldiers.
“I want your resignation by Friday,” He said simply.
Their shock blistered down the phone.
“But Your Excellency…”
“Or you want me to announce that I am sacking you? At least resignation will save you embarrassment.”
If those left knew he was now serious as commander-in-chief, serious about punishing misdeed and demanding performance, they would sit up. He ate some roasted groundnuts before making the next call. To another Big Man in the Armed Forces. They had to stop arresting Northerners just like that. He remembered his former gateman in Port Harcourt. Mohammed, pleasant Mohammed with his buck teeth and his radio pressed to his ear. Mohammed would not even have the liver to support any terrorist.  He told the Big Man in the Armed Forces, “You need to carry people along. Win hearts and minds. Make Nigerians feel that you are fighting for them, not against them… And when you talk to the press and say that Nigerians should do their part to fight terrorism, stop sounding as if you are accusing them. After all, let us tell the truth, what can an ordinary person do? Nothing! Even those people who check cars, if they open a boot and see a big bomb, what will they do? Will they try to subdue an armed suicide bomber? Will they pour water on the bomb to defuse it? Will they not turn and run as fast as their legs can carry them? Let’s start a mass education campaign. Get proposals on how best to do it without scaring people. When we tell Nigerians to report suspicious behavior, let’s give them examples. Suspicious behavior does not mean anybody wearing a jellabiya. After all, was the one in Lagos not done by a woman?” He paused.
“Yes, Your Excellency!”
“As for the girls, we have to go back to negotiation. Move in immediately.”
“Yes, Your Excellency.”
“I should not have listened to what they told me in that Paris summit. Why did I even agree to follow them and go to Paris, all of us looking like colonised goats?”
From the other end, came a complete and lip-sealed silence. The Big Man in the Armed Forces dared not make a sound, lest it be mistaken as agreement on the word ‘goat.’ Besides, he had been part of the entourage for that trip and had collected even more than the normal fat juicy estacode.
“I don’t want to hear about any other mutiny,” Oga Jona continued. “You will get the funds. But I want real results! Improve the conditions of your boys. I want to see results!”
The Big Man in the Armed Forces started saying something about the Americans.
Oga Jona cut him short. “Shut up! If somebody shits inside your father’s house, is it a foreigner that will come and clean the house for you? Is Sambisa on Google Maps? How much local intelligence have you gathered? Before you ask for help, you first do your best!”
“Yes Your Excellency.”
“And why is it that nobody interviewed the girls who escaped?”
There was a pause.
“By tomorrow night I want a report on the local intelligence gathered so far!”
“Yes, Your Excellency.”
Oga Jona turned on the television and briefly watched a local channel. Who even designed those ugly studio backgrounds? There was a knock on the door. It had to be Man Thursday. Nobody else could come in anyhow.
“Good afternoon, My President,” Man Thursday said.
Short and stocky, Man Thursday was the soother who always came cradling bottles of liquid peace.
This time, Oga Jona pushed away the bottle. “Not now!’
“My President, I hope you’re feeling fine.”
“I received a revelation from God. From now on, I will stop giving interviews to foreign journalists while ignoring our own journalists.”
“But My President, you know how useless our journalists are…”
“Will Obama give an interview to AIT and ignore CBS?”
“No, Your Excellency.”
“I know some of our journalists support Bourdillon, but we also have others on our side. I will beat them at their game! I want to do interviews with two journalists that support us and one journalist that supports Bourdillon. Find one that will be easy to intimidate.”
“But…”
“I want names in the next hour.”

“Yes, Your Excellency.” Man Thursday now stood still, lips parted in the slack expression of a person no longer sure what day it was.

 “Tell the Supporters Club to change their television advertisements. They should stop mentioning ‘those who are against me.’ I will no longer give power to my enemies. They should mention only the things that I am doing. I like that one with the almajiri boy. It shows Nigerians that I have helped with education in the North. They should make more advertisements like that.”
In response, Man Thursday could only nod vigorously but mutely.

Later, after eating vegetable soup with periwinkle and a plate of sliced fruits – he was determined to keep himself from looking like Man Monday – he asked Sharp Woman to meet him in the residence. Not in the main living room, but in the smaller relaxing white parlor. Sharp Woman was the only one he fully trusted. He had sometimes allowed himself to sideline her, when he had felt blown this way and that way by the small-minded pettiness of other people. She was the only one who had not allowed him to dwell too much on his own victimhood. Once, she had told him quietly, “You have real enemies. There are people in this country who do not think you should be president simply because of where you come from. Did they not say they would make the country ungovernable for you? But not everything is the fault of your enemies. If we keep on blaming the enemies then we are making them powerful. The Bourdillon people are disorganized. They don’t have a real platform. Their platform is just anti-you. They don’t even have a credible person they can field, the only major candidate they have is the one they will not select. So stop mentioning them. Face your work.”
He should have listened then, despite the many choruses that drowned her voice.

It was she who, a few days later, and after the four rubbish candidates stage-managed by Man Friday, brought the new PR people, Kikelola Obi, Bola Usman and Chinwe Adeniyi – when he first saw their names, he thought: and some crazy people are saying we should divide Nigeria. They were in their early thirties, with rough faces and no make up; they looked too serious, as if they attended Deeper Life church and disapproved of laughter. They started their presentation, all three taking turns to speak. They stood straight and fearless. Their directness and confidence unnerved him.

“Sir, we voted for you the first time. We felt that you would do well if you had the mandate of the people instead of just an inherited throne. We liked you because you had no shoes. We really liked you. We had hope in you. You seemed humble and different. But with all due respect sir, we will not vote for you again unless something changes.”
 
He nearly jumped up from his seat. Small girls of nowadays! They had no respect! As if to make it worse, one of them added that if the election were held today, the only person she could vote for was The Man From Lagos. Oga Jona bristled. That annoying man. Even if a mosquito bit him in his state, he would find a way to blame the president for it. Still, Oga Jona could see why these foolish small girls were saying they would vote for him. The man had tried in Lagos. But their mentioning The Man From Lagos was now a challenge. He would rise to the challenge.

“Sir, the good news is that Nigerians forgive easily and Nigerians forget even more easily. You have to change strategy. Be more visible. Stop politicizing everything. Stop blaming your enemies for everything. You have to be, and seem to be, a strong, uniting leader. Make sure to keep repeating that this is not a Muslim vs. Christian thing.”

Oga Jona cut in, pleased to be able to challenge these over-sabi girls. “You think Nigerians don’t know that it is mostly Christian areas that they are targeting in Borno? And what about all those church bombings?”

The three shook their heads, uniformly, like robots. They were sipping water; they had declined everything else.

“With all due respect sir, if you look at the names of bombing victims, they are Muslims and Christians. If God forbid another terror attack occurs, you have to come out yourself and talk to Nigerians. Stop releasing wooden statements saying you condemn the attacks. We will prep you before each public appearance. You have a tendency to ramble. That’s the most important thing to watch out for. Be alert when you answer each question. Keep your answers short. You don’t have to elaborate if there is nothing to elaborate. Stick to the point. If they ask you something negative, be willing to admit past mistakes but always give the answer a positive spin. Something like ‘yes, I could have handled it better and I regret that but I am now doing better, and am determined to do even more because Nigerians want and deserve results.’ You have to start reaching out beyond your comfort zone. Nigeria has talent. Look for the best Nigerians on any subject at hand, wherever they may be, and persuade them to come and contribute on their area of expertise. Especially the ones who have no interest in government work. Even one or two who don’t completely agree with you. Think of Lincoln’s Team of Rivals.”

“What?”
 
“Don’t worry, sir. The important thing is to reach out beyond your circle. Oga Segi was not a calm person like you. He even used to threaten to flog people. But he had a good network. Jimmy Carter is his friend. If he needed expertise from a university in Zaria or Edinburgh or Boston, he would pick up his phone and know somebody who knew or somebody who knew somebody who knew. But with all due respect, sir, you don’t have that. Bayelsa is a small place.”

These girls really had no respect o! He glared at Sharp Woman, who shrugged and muttered, “You said you wanted people who would tell you the truth.”
But he listened.

In his first interview, the words rolled off his tongue. Those girls had made him repeat himself so many times. “I want to apologize to the Nigerian people for some actions of my government. We could have done better. No country fighting terrorism can let everything be open. But we owe our country men and women honest, clear assurance that we are taking decisive action, with enough details to be convincing. I ask for your prayers and support. I have directed the security services to set up a website that will give Nigerians accurate and up-to-date information about our war against terrorism. I have also hired specialists to manage the flow and presentation of the information.”

And the words came easily when he shook hands with the parents in Chibok, simple polite people who clutched his hand with both of theirs. He should have done this much earlier; it was so touching. “Sorry,” he said, over and over again. “Sorry. Please keep strong. We will rescue them.”

The words were more reluctant when he wore a red shirt and asked to be taken to the gathering of The People in Red at the park. But he cleared his throat and urged himself to speak, particularly because, as he emerged from within his circle of security men, the People in Red all stopped and stared. Silence reigned.

“I came to salute you,” Oga Jona started. “We are on the same side. My government has made mistakes. We are learning from them and correcting them. Please work with us. Together, we will defeat this evil.”

They were still silent and still staring; they were disarmed. He thanked them and, before they could marshal their old distrust, he turned and left. That night, as he sank to his knees in prayer, he heard the muted singing of angels.

Chimamanda Adichie is an award winning writer and author of bestsellers including Purple Hibiscus, Half of a Yellow Sun, The Thing Around Your Neck and Americanah.
The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author.

5 Reasons Travel Can Change Your Life

5 Reasons Travel Can Change Your Life
Travel, they say, is the best education. While you still have the time and energy to go on some adventures, why deprive yourself of that fun? We give you a few reasons among many as to why and how travel can change your life.

1. Travel gives you an interesting perspective on life. You realize how the world is bigger than you and your troubles. That itself can change your mindset and give you a fresher outlook towards life.

2. It teaches us to embrace the outside and infinitely beautiful world. We tend to plan out every move in our lives, both big and small, but travel can teach us to go with the flow and enjoy things and situations as they come.

 3. The ‘real world’ as we are often warned of in our childhood and teenage years becomes tangible when we actually get down to traveling and discovering new and undiscovered things.

4. Wouldn’t you like to collect a myriad of stories to share with your family and friends? Well, travel can give you just that.

5. We tend to get very comfortable with the monotony of our lives; travel helps us break out of that very dull and mundane structure of our life and undertake some exciting adventures.

160 Chibok Parents, 57 Escapee Girls Set To Meet With President Jonathan In Abuja Soon

160 Chibok Parents, 57 Escapee Girls Set To Meet With President Jonathan In Abuja
Almost 100 days after the over 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped from their hostel at Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, some 160 parents of the abducted girls as well as 57 of the students who escaped from their captors, will meet with President Goodluck Jonathan today at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The visit is coming on the heels of the botched meeting of last week, wherein nine parents and some of the escapee girls had shunned the invitation of President Jonathan to meet with them, in the aftermath of the visit of 17-year-old Pakistani girl child education activist, Malala Yousafzai.
The Chibok students were abducted on April 14. It will be 100 days tomorrow since they have been in the enclave of their captors, the Boko Haram terrorist group.

The president had received some flak for neither visiting the Chibok community nor hosting the distressed parents of the abducted girls.

The 160 parents and escapee students, THISDAY gathered, arrived Abuja on Monday,  July 21, 2014, preparatory for the meeting billed for today.
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In a sense, the meeting with the president will also be laying to rest the speculations on the real identity of the parents and the possibility of hearing first hand from the girls the circumstances that surrounded their abduction and their experiences in the camp of Boko Haram.

The parents’ meeting with the president was brokered by Malala, who extracted a promise from the president that he would see the parents of the abducted female students.

The poor representation of the parents, according to the Chibok stakeholders in Abuja, contributed mainly to the failure of last Tuesday’s meeting between the parents and the president.

As exclusively reported by THISDAY in a statement released by the Public Relations Officer (PRO), Kiboku Chibok Area Development Association (KADA), Mr. Rotimi Olawale, the Chibok community in Abuja maintained that it was incorrect to blame the #BringBackOurGirls campaigners for the decision made by the parents in the interest of their community.

He said the decision to revert to other family members was to incorporate every stakeholder in the matter and to avoid discord and suspicion on a change of plan from the original mission to Abuja, and that it was why they reached out to Malala’s team and through them to the Presidency to request a new date for an expanded and more representative meeting that has a legitimate mandate to meet with the president.

THISDAY learnt that the meeting with the president for the first time 99 days after the unfortunate abduction of the girls will afford the stakeholders in the campaign to hold consultations on the way forward over the matter.

The meeting, according to Presidency sources, would also enable the president to directly express his sympathy and solidarity with the parents, and also take the shine off various groups who have been making a huge political capital from the Chibok abduction saga.

38yr-old UNN Lecturer Commits Suicide

A lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Nigeria Nsukka, Dr Bede Opata has reportedly committed suicide over a yet-to-be ascertained reason, Thisday reports.
Sources within the university say the 38 year old law lecturer killed himself in his apartment within the town on Saturday July 19th but his body was only discovered on Sunday July 20th.
The lecturer who holds a doctorate degree in Law, hailed from Nsukka, Enugu state and was the son of a former Commissioner in the old Anambra state, Chief Cletus Opata.

PHOTOS: Fans Attack Tonto Dikeh For Calling Her House-Help A "MAID"

And Actress, Tonto Dikeh was blasted this morning by her followers after she shared the photo above on her instagram page and said her daughter/maid was heading off to write her Post-UME examinations in her Gucci sandals. Her followers didn't find those words funny, they lash at her on social networks criticizing her choice of words. What do you thing? 



 
 

"Why We Did Not Kill Obasanjo" – Boko-Haram Speaks Again

Why We Did Not Kill Obasanjo – Boko Haram Speaks Again
Former president Olusegun Obasanjo
The fact that Boko Haram, the islamists sect currently terrorizing Nigeria did not start today is no news, as the group has been around since 2004 but did not start operations until 2009, when former president Olusegun Obasanjo was still in office.
The group’s initial leader Yusuf Mohammed was killed when Obasanjo was still in power and that was when the story changed.
According to an interview by 247ureports with an unnamed man claiming to be a high ranking member of the group, Obasanjo could have been killed as he was in “shooting range” when he came for a meeting with Mohammed’s in-law, Babakura Fuggu following the death of Mohammed.
According to the man, who was said to have spoken fluent English with an American accent, the outcome of the meeting resulted in the death of Babukura as he was said to have demanded for cash, which the sect members frowned upon.
247ureports reports:
Information recently made available to 247ureports.com through a high ranking contact within the organizational structure of the terrorist Islamic group, Boko Haram reveals unnerving revelations regarding the recent attacks on Kano, Bauchi State – and the aborted attack of September 15, 2011 visit by former President of the federal republic of Nigeria, General Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo to the home of the in-law of the slain leader of the Boko Haram, Babakura Fuggu in Borno State.
It was gathered that the leader of Boko Haram, Imam Abubakar Shekau who is currently hiding away in Qoundere, Cameroun following the recent and ongoing attacks on Kano and Bauchi State – had deliberated seriously on the assassination of the former president of Nigeria, General Obasanjo on September 15, 2011 while on a visit to Borno State to the home of the in-law to the slain leader of Boko Haram [Ustaz Mohammed Yusuf].
According to the Boko Haram source, former President Obasanjo had made first contact with Yusuf’s in-lawal, Babakura Fuggu [eldest son of Yusuf's in-law] in early September 2012 concerning opening a channel of dialogue with the terrorist group. The leadership of the group took it uneasy with the choice of Babakura – [since the line of leadership did not automatically follow  family lineage as in traditional settings. As a 'religious' group they did not see Babakura as the rightful person to take over from Yusuf.] - For this reason, the leadership of the group ‘silently’ objected to the meeting between Babakura and Obasanjo.
As Obasanjo concluded his secret meeting the previous day at the Green House with three other religious group [Jamatu Nasir Islam, JNI and CAN] in Jos, the capital of Plateau State on the Wednesday of September 14, 2011, and took off the following day to Borno State, the terrorist group, according to the source, marked the former President within their ‘firing range’ from the moment he landed in Borno State at minutes after 11am till he departed the State in the late afternoon of the same day. According to the source, “we were not sure of him.”
“He was going to be a big catch” said the source who explained that the leadership halted the operation as Obasanjo went inside the residence of Babakura.
“Obasanjo was good to us. We had no problem with Obasanjo. We had him. We could have taken him out”, as he recalled that the sharia movement took off during the period when Obasanjo was president. “The problem started during the late President Yar’Adua regime. Goodluck only inherited the problem. We have no problem with Goodluck. But his Ijaw people around him are deceiving him.”
Interestingly, the Boko Haram source who spoke in fluent English with a slight American accent explained the decision to ‘finish’ Babakura Fuggu came due to what transpired between Obasanjo and Babakura. “We learnt he asked for money”. Babakura requested on behalf of Boko Haram monies to enable the group defray litigation costs and other minor financial requests which the leadership of Boko Haram considered menial and demeaning. The wife, Yakolo, was said to have received money from the former president to the tuned of N500,000. Babakura Fuggu was gundown on September 17, 2012 as he existed his home by his younger brother in the company of other young men dressed in reddish-orange babarigas each armed with AK47s – just barely forty eight [48] hours following the visit of former President Obasanjo.
Meanwhile, information available to 247ureports.com reveals the reason Kano and Bauchi State were attacked a few days ago as having to do with failed promises by the State governors of the two states. The entire northern governors, according to the Boko Haram source, have ongoing relationships with the group. “Most of them pay us monthly to leave their states alone.”
In Kano State, the former state governor, Malam Shekarau reached an agreement with the terrorist group in late 2004 for an initial monthly disbursement of N5million which was later bumped up to N10million in 2009. The agreement, according to the source, included provision of institutional infrastructural support through the Hisbah [Islam police] project which received yearly budgetary allocation of N1.01billion. The gubernatorial election of April 2011 which introduced Rabiu Kwankwaso as the new governor changed the agreement. The Kwankwaso administration was quick to dismantle the Hisbah set up – and the said agreement to disburse N10million monthly. The governor proceeded to make arrests of known Boko Haram members. Boko Haram leadership who had found comfort in Kano did not appreciate the Kwankwaso administration’s policy on Boko Haram. According to the source, “we warned the Governor of the consequences.”
“We concluded on Kano in December 2011″. The abrupt end to the oil subsidy strike and protests served an opportunity for the group to strike. The preparatory work for the attack and the selection of targets had already been completed. According to the source, an estimated number of casualties was calculated to net 300 minimum. “The go ahead order” was given on Wednesday [January 18, 2012] evening before the leader of the group left the country to Cameroon on the early morning of Thursday, the following day.
In Bauchi State, the Governor, Malam Yuguda reached similar agreement with the leadership of the group. A monthly disbursement of N10million was agreed upon along with provision of training grounds on the many mountain scattered in Bauchi State. The governor also promised to give them security against arrests by the federal government.  The agreement was reached in June 2008 but mid 2011, the governor stopped the disbursement of the N1omillion regularly. Boko Haram were not happy but remained loyal to the agreement because of the unfettered access to the mountains of Bauchi as training camps.
However the arrest and detention of their number 3 man by the State Security Services [SSS] fractured the relationship between the governor and the terrorist group. According to the source, the State was attacked to free the number 3 leader of Boko Haram and to “teach them a lesson”. The detained leader schooled at the prestigious Lincoln University located in the State of Connecticut, USA and owns a block industry in Bauchi State near the home of the former governor of Bauchi State – an area densely populated by Boko Haram operatives.
According to the source, “the northern governors are overwhelmed”. They are aware of the capabilities of the Boko Haram operatives operating in their respective states. Some of the State government officials visit the terrorist groups in their training camps to watch the training exercises. “We train harder than the Nigerian military and they see it” said the source while ‘lamenting’ that the governor continue to tell the President that the menace of Boko Haram is under control.
The Boko Haram source made it emphatic that “we [they] have the weapons and are in control. We are not asking for Islamic Nigeria. We want our men free.”

SAD: Female University Student Goes Mad After Sleeping With Sugar Daddy (Video)

This world is gradually turning into something else.. Yesterday, It was the Case of A Mad Woman Caught With 3yrs Old Boy in her Ghana Must Go Bag. Today its a Sad story of a University Student who gos Mad after having Fun with a Sugar daddy who is no where to be found.

God! Please guide over everyone reading this Blogpost.

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Davido Blast Those Saying He Graduated Without Attending Lectures

Davido Blast Those Saying He Graduated Without Attending Lectures...... Well, news went round that David Adeleke popularly known as Davido graduated from Babcock University without attending lectures. However there has been a new rumour making rounds of recent, calling him out for being awarded a degree when it was obvious he barely attended classes.

This may have gotten to him personally, He took to Twitter a few minutes ago to blast them and reveal he will be graduating next year. Read his tweet above.....

PHOTO: See President Jonathan When He Was In Secondary As A Boy

PHOTO: See President Jonathan When He Was In Secondary As A Boy..... Fine boy!

PHOTOS: What Exam Does President Jonathan Have That He's Reading This Way???

Presidential media person Ruben Abati shared these photos on Instagram of Mr President deep engrossed in reading a book titled “Topics in West African History” by Adu Boahen, like he had exams to write the next day. Hmmmmmm....

MUST READ: Open Letter To Peter Okoye (Psquare) – From A Concerned Fan

Letter to Peter Okoye

Am really suprised at your recent behaviour oh!.. Everything has gone really sore, how can you not attend your brothers traditional marriage because he didn’t attend yours.. That’s childish and looking at it from the other angle how do you want him to feel knowing that you went ahead to marry a yoruba girl.. An igbo guy? Anambra, Nnewi for that matter.. forgetting too soon your route and were you are coming from…

A peaceful, loving, sweet, brillant family just turned bad because of a lady called wife.. First you had a quarrel with your Twin and now your senior bro.. Please read in between the lines, sit down and ask urself questions..

Yes! You are now a grown up man capable and have a family to take care of but that shouldn’t be the citeria to abadon and make enemies with ur own people that stood by you all the way, crying when you cried, laughing when you laugh, sharing in all your pain and joy alike. No matter what it is a woman shouldn’t bring enemity between one loving, happy family.

Am very sure that if your parents are to be alive (may their soul rest in peace) they won’t have allowed it. Please do what is right.

God bless the Psquare Family.

PHOTOS: EFCC Declares Two Men Wanted Over N3.2million Fraud

Find the EFCC press release below.
The public is hereby notified that the duo of John Samson Akpan and Monday Idaresit Ekpo aka “Boyce,” managing director, Elite Concrete Lifestyle Ltd, whose photographs appear above are wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in a case of criminal conspiracy, obtaining money under false pretence and fraud.
The two, alongside five others, are alleged to have defrauded one Alhaji Umaru Garkuwa, a Bureau De Change Operator, of the sum of Three Million, Two Hundred and Ninety Thousand Naira (3,290,000.00).
Fair complexioned John Samson Akpan is from Akwa Ibom state. His last known address is No. 20, Unity Road, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria.

Monday Idaresit Ekpo aka “Boyce,” is chocolate complexioned and also hails from Akwa Ibom.
His last known addresses are No. 5, Ogun Street, Osborne Freshore Estate, Ikoyi, and 12, Atinuke Street, Ikeja, both in Lagos.

Anybody with useful information as to his whereabouts should contact the Commission in its Enugu, Kano, Lagos, Gombe, Port Harcourt and Abuja offices or through these numbers 09-4604620, 070-26350721,070-26350722,070-
26350723,070-6350724, 070-26350725 ; its e-mail address: info@efccnigeria.org or the nearest Police Station and other security agencies.