Saturday, April 27, 2013

(LOOK) What kind of woman do men prefer?

Men what kind of woman do you prefer?  Of the women picture below, pick the one that you think is the ideal lady??

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A Husband’s Agony: Rapist Impregnated My Wife

My husband is jealous and always feels  insecure and thereby trailing and monitoring my movement whenever I go out or go to the school”, a housewife, Mrs. Olanike Ogunsakin, has said.”Because of his temperament, I left his house for my parents house when I was pregnant. I left to prevent his frequent beating”.

Meanwhile, the husband, Yinka, 30, denied the allegations. “I trailed her to an hotel with one of her concubines and since that day I stopped providing for her needs”, he said.
”I married her out of pity because, according to her story, she was raped and got pregnant which she later aborted,” he said.
”I could have called it quits with her if not for the compassion I had for her, but now, my eyes are opened, I am ready for the dissolution.” Four years into marriage, 23-year-old Olanike urged the Orile-Agege Customary Court, Lagos, to dissolve the union over alleged battery and threat to life by her husband.
The embattled wife, who lives at 9, Mashed Ashafa Close, Orile- Agege, told the court that her husband  used cane to beat her at the slightest opportunity, adding that he had no respect for her as well as not taking care of the only child of the union.
She told the court that her husband started showing his bully nature when she was two months pregnant.  The mother of one and student, feared Yinka would pour acid on her anywhere he sees her. ”My husband cannot take care of our child.  He stays in a room apartment with his friends; so I want the custody of my child,”she said.
Yinka, an IT engineer, who lives at 5, Olooti Close, Orile Agege, said her wife was adulterous, and kept “many big men”.  ” I caught her several times and l reported to her mother but the mother was always in her support”. 
The court president, Mr Joseph Adewusi, told the couple to maintain the peace and adjourned the case to April 22  for judgment.

Return Of Blackberry Babes

Whats Wrong With This Photo??

 


I tink it looks ok??

Like Most Married Men, I Have Cheated On My Wife” — Femi Fani-Kayode.

I am not an angel. Like most married men I have made mistakes in the past and I have let down my wife on a number of occasions. Yet despite that I never stopped loving her.
I never considered the possibility of leaving my wife though on many occasions she almost left me.
A lot of men think it’s a sign of virility for them to have many extra-marital affairs but I see it as failure.
It is shameful and nothing to be proud of. It wounds the soul and brings so much pain that it is just not worth it.
Most men have the ability to guard their hearts and they believe that the more women you sleep with the stronger and better you are. I don’t believe that. I am a romantic and people like me often get hurt and wounded when they make the wrong choices.
Chief Femi Fani-Kayode is currently married to his 3rd wife, Regina after his 2 previous marriages to Saratu Atta and Yemisi Adeniji crashed.

PHOTO:Outrage in Germany: 5-Year-Olds Get Sex-Education Book With Éxplicit Dépictions of Intércourse

German school children as young as five were given a séx-education book giving graphic advice on how to put on a condom and how to achieve orgásms. Outraged parents complained when youngsters at a school in Berlin were given the book, called 'Where Do You Come From?', which features explicit cartoon depictions of séx.
The book, which shows a couple called Lisa and Lars engaging in various of stages of intércourse, shows Lisa putting a condom on Lars and another image of the pair having séx.
According to the local press, the school in the Kreuzberg area of Berlin did not initially respond to parents' complaints. It was only when the local press got wind of the controversy and complaints were made to the city's governing body, that anything was done.
Outrage in Germany: 5-Year-Olds Get Sex-Education Book With Explicit Depictions of Intercourse
The book is still said to be available at the school but not readily accessible by pupils. Parents were not only concerned by the images featured in the book, but also by some of the éxplicit descriptions used.
Outrage in Germany: 5-Year-Olds Get Sex-Education Book With Explicit Depictions of Intercourse
The book, aimed at educating children aged five years and upwards, reads: 'When it's so good that it can't get any better, Lisa and Lars have an orgasm,' and 'the vágina and pénis feel nice and tingly and warm.'
Outrage in Germany: 5-Year-Olds Get Sex-Education Book With Explicit Depictions of Intercourse
Politician Dorothee Baer of the Christian Social Union party in Bavaria said: 'Séx education should accompany the development of children, but not speed it up.'
Monika Grutters from the Christian Democratic Union Party told the Die Welt newspaper that she is against 'unnecessary zeal' in séx education.
'Where Do You Come From?' was first published in 1991.
The publishing house said that the book is no longer being produced as some of its messages are out of date and added that it is being replaced with a book called 'Was I in Mummy's Stomach Too?' which the publishers say is less éxplicit.
Source: Dailymail

PHOTO:Female student expelled from Bowen university for having Oral s*x

 








A female Bowen student (names withheld) was expelled from the University yesterday for allegedly having Oral s-x with a male student. 

Reliable sources say that the picture of the act was stolen from the male student’s phone by his friends who then started to spread the picture all over the school. 

As usual, it spread like wildfire and unfortunately reached the desk of the vice chancellor who then took action.

4 Nigerian Teenagers Get Life In Prison For Gang-Killing In London

The case of a very sad murder that took place months ago at Victoria Station in London is now over with 4 Nigerian teenagers sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Sofyen Belamouadden.

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According to the The Daily Mail UK, a 15 year old boy was hacked to death by a twenty man gang in London. All members of the Gang have been arrested and charged.
Sofyen Belamouadden had his life cut short at Victoria station in central London when he was chased and killed by the gang over youths.
Twenty teenagers were charged in connection with the attack, but three were cleared. Fifteen others have already been jailed for a total of 129 years.
Obi Nwokeh, 20, Christopher Omoregrie and Samson Odegbune, both 19, were given life sentences for murder last April with minimum terms of 18 years.
Victoria Osoteku, 20, the only female to be charged, was jailed for 12 years for manslaughter, along with three other youths.
This evil Oseteku was seen on CCTV kicking Sofyen in the head as he lay dying on the ground after the 12-second attack and also helped with buying the knives that were used in the fatal assault.
Sofyen was stabbed nine times in the body and suffered wounds to his heart, a lung and major blood vessels.
The victim had dreamed of playing football for England and his death has left his family devastated.
The attack was the horrific end of a minor confrontation the day before in the fast-food area of Victoria mainline station between pupils from the two schools, in which a youth received a bloodied nose.
Messages were sent by phone and on Facebook arranging the clash.
Sofyen died after being chased by about 20 pupils across the Terminus Way concourse and into the Underground station.
A youth led the charge with a Samurai sword. Others were armed with a flick knife and a Swiss army knife, machetes and screwdrivers.
Sofyen fell down the stairs into the ticket hall and was attacked on the ground by a smaller group.

Michael Jackson's Ghost Haunts Childhood Home

La Toya Jackson, Michael Jackson's elder sister is convinced that her brother's spirit is haunting his childhood home.

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The 56-year-old believes Jacko’s spirit is looking over his children Prince, Paris and Blanket — who live there with his mum Katherine.
According to her, the late pop legend can be heard tap dancing in the mansion in Encino, California.
The former Celebrity apprentice star said: “You don’t see anything but you feel a presence.”
La Toya has also been using a psychic to speak to her brother, who died of an overdose in 2009 aged 50. She said: “If Michael wants to tell me something, I want to know.”

Notorious boko haram operative, Mohammed Chad, shot dead


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Notorious Boko Haram Operative, Mohammed Chad, Shot Dead
The notorious Boko Haram operative, Mohammed Chad, was yesterday evening killed in a gun battle with JTF.
The fight occurred at Ruwan-Zafi area of Maiduguri metropolis when the officers of the JTF’s Operation Restore Order and operatives of the State Security Service confronted Boko Haram fighters.
Mohammed has been on the top list of the most wanted Boko Haram leaders. Intelligence sources told Saharareporters  that Mohammed was involved in the planning and execution of various terrorists attacks in and outside Borno state.
He was allegedly the mastermind of the March 18th Boko Haram’s attack on Sanda Karami Secondary School at Ruwan-Zafi in which a teacher and three female students were killed.
Mr. Mohammed is believed to be the successor to Ba’ana Assalafi , a Boko Haram commander who was killed in a gun battle with security agencies in Sokoto

'Antichrist' Cult Leader Burns an Infant Alive, Is on the Run


'Antichrist' Cult Leader Burns an Infant Alive, Is on the Run
Ramón Gustavo Castillo Gaete, who refers to himself as "Antares from the Light," is on the run from police after four members of his group were arrested by Chilean authorities for the ritualistic murder of an infant girl.
'Antichrist' Cult Leader Burns an Infant Alive, Is on the Run
Chilean authorities arrested the four, including the child's mother Natalia Guerra, on Thursday, though the killing played out last November (prior to what Gaeta reportedly believed would be the end of the world, said the BBC).
Miguel Ampuero, the vice-chief of the Policía de Investigaciones de Chile, told reporters from the AP, "The baby was naked. They strapped tape around her mouth to keep her from screaming. Then they placed her on a board. After calling on the spirits they threw her on the bonfire alive."
Investigators believe the cult was founded in 2005 and has only 12 members, reported the International Business-Times. Gaete is said to use the plant ayahuasca, a known hallucinogen more famously used in religious rituals by indigenous peoples (and now tourists) in what is now Peru, and was last seen traveling there to procure more of the plant.

Kidnappers On The Prowl, Target Wealthy Night Crawler

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Mrs Theresa Onuoha, travelled to her village from Lagos for the annual August meeting in her brand new SUV.


August meeting is very popular  amongst women from the South East and to many of them based in the cities, it is a period to show off the wealth they acquired abroad and so, throughout the period of the meeting, Madam Theresa was always expensively dressed, displaying her wealth in clothes and jewelries.
During one of  the meetings, she received a disturbing phone call from Lagos and urged one of her nephews to drive her to the airport for an emergency return to Lagos.
But fate lurked on the way as the SUV purred along the highway. A  Fore-runner jeep overtook her and swerved to block her. Madam Theresa was kidnapped and was not seen for two weeks. Before she could get her freedom, her family parted with N5million and her husband who had a weak heart was in a bad condition.
It took contibutions from friends and relations to fly him overseas for surgery and ever since, the family decided to bid temporary goodbye to their South-East country home.
But in Ejigbo Lagos where the family lives, the kidnappers have recently reared their ugly heads with the kidnap, most recently of Ejigbo Council boss, Kehinde Bamigbetan.
A distraught  Mrs Onuoha lamented to Saturday Vanguard, “ what is the meaning of all these? What have we done to deserve these? Are they now following me everywhere after we have abandoned our village because of them?” Mrs Onuoha and her family live in the same neighbourhood with Bamigbetan.
Two years ago, Chief  Lawrence Oragwu, a retired Deputy Comptroller of Customs left his Lagos abode to his village in the South-East where he was also a traditional ruler .  His  wife and children were in Lagos awaiting his return but he never did. He was going to Church on Sunday after arriving the village when a Sports Utility Vehicle drove in front of him, blocked his way and four heavily armed men reportedly alighted and pushed him into their own vehicle and drove off.
The kidnappers pushed away his driver who eventually reported the case to the police and since June 2011 when the kidnap took place till date, nothing was heard of him and investigations have yielded no results.
The last time his wife travelled to the South-East, she too, narrowly escaped from kidnappers and the family has made Lagos a safe-haven. But that safe-haven is now being invaded  by evil men.
It is no news that the menace of  the hydra-headed kidnapping monster has found its way into the state of “Excellence”, Lagos, which harbours over 21 million people, but what  is alarming  is the rate at which the act is being perpetrated without clue so far , from  the state police authorities .
The act, which predominately operates in the South-South and South East regions of the country, has become a thriving venture for those who dared to engage in the illicit act in Lagos.
Like  nocturnal predator animals, with AK-47 assault riffles available, kidnappers, now hunt around the city, mostly at night to capture any victim suspected to be super rich that could cough out a huge sum of money when captured.
“These people are  highly connected, sophisticated and mean. They are youngmen, backed by godfathers somewhere.”
This is one of the revelations by a lucky victim who was released from his captors.
To this end, it is worthy of  note that in the last one week and a half, there were at least about five reported cases of victims  kidnapped in different parts of the state without any trace of the victims or the perpetrators.
The high rate of unemployment among university graduates was said to be one of the reasons why the perpetrators, mostly youths, have resorted to the ‘business’.
However, the  incident that caught the public attention in recent times was the abduction of Chairman of Ejigbo Local Council Development Area,Kehinde Bamigbetan, who was kidnapped by three gunmen on his way back home after an event on Monday, 14th, April, 2013, at about 11pm  on his street, Ona Iwa Mimo, Ori-Oke in Ejigbo.
The sum of $1million ransom, about N158 million was demanded by  his abductors who got in touch with the wife, Mrs. Fatimah Bamigbetan for his release.
Bamigbetan was with his driver, Biodun Olayiwola in his black Ford Everest Sport Utility.  Vehicle, SUV, with special  Lagos registration number plate, KOK.
The gunmen were said to have released several gun shots into the air to scare away residents. But while trying to escape from the assailants, the driver was later caught up with in a mud that stuck the SUV. Bamigbetan, was then whisked away in their get-away car.
He was later set free on Saturday,20th, April, 2013 into the warm embrace of his family, members of  which  were grateful to God that he returned alive and unharmed.
An earlier victim whose ransom had been received from his family members was reportedly dumped in the middle of Bamigbetan’s operation and he was later handed over to the police for further investigation.
Also, kidnappers, struck again last Tuesday night when they abducted the owner of a multi million naira furniture outfit in Festac Town, Amuwo Odofin Local Government Area of the state.
The victim was reportedly kidnapped in a similar operation like Bamigbetan’s by five gunmen when driving home in his white G Class Lexus SUV, with registration number EJ 541 LND.
According to an eyewitness, the victim was just coming out of Baff Club 77, of which he is a member on 1 Close, 21 Road around 10:45 pm after Barcelona Bayern Munich match in the European Championship League encounter.
The whereabouts of the victim is still unknown, as  the family members  are thrown into uncertainty and endless expectation for their breadwinner’s return home.
When contacted, Area E command, Festac Town, denied report of such incident as at press time.
According to other reports, between Sunday 14th and Tuesday 16th April, 2013, about five  persons were allegedly kidnapped in various parts of Lagos, particularly, Yaba, Surulere, Ejigbo and Lekki areas and huge amounts of money were demanded on each person and none had been released as at press time.
Some victims were often blind folded to erase any possible trace that could lead to their arrest of the perpetrators.
With this development, residents now live in fear as nobody knows who may be the next victim

4-Year-Old Boy Slaughtered In Enugu




The Enugu State Command of the Nigeria police force says it has commenced investigations into the alleged killing of a 4-year old boy identified as Ugochukwu Ejim.
Police Spokesman in Enugu, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu disclosed that the lifeless body of the victim was recovered from a nearby bush about 24 hours after his parents declared him missing.
It was gathered that the unfortunate incident, which happened at Umuatugboma Akegbe Ugwu in Nkanu West local Government Area of Enugu State has thrown the entire community into confusion.
 
In a press statement made available to DailyPost, Amaraizu disclosed that “the deceased who has been missing since 6 p.m of 25/4/13 was seen lying in the pool of his blood in a nearby bush, close to their house, having been allegedly slaughtered with a knife by the throat”.
He added that the corpse has been deposited at the Mortuary of the General Hospital, Agbani for autopsy

Dance Queen Kaffy Revealed - " My Mum Encouraged Me To Go Into Prostitution"


Hate her or love her, Kaffy, the dance queen is not moved, neither is she going to deny it that, she was once encouraged into prostitution by her mother. When they say wonders shall never end, some people may not readily understand until they hear some life testimonies that leave the mouth agape, such is the candid disclosure of popular dancer and musician Kafayat popularly known as Kaffy.

She dropped the bombshell about how her mother nearly made her go into prostitution so as to make ends meet. The talented dancer revealed this while she was addressing a group of youths at a programme held not too long ago.

She divulged this while encouraging the young minds at the event to learn how to read between the lines so that they won’t be guided because sometimes, the people that they look up to may be the one that will lead them astray.

The talented mother of two, also disclosed that she had to pay her way through school as she did not attend the conventional school that every other child attends because she had to wait for the regular school goers to close from school so that she could borrow their books and cover up but luck smiled on her when she made a record for herself and country at Amstel Malta World Marathon Dance, by breaking the existing record for the Guinness Book of World Records through dance. And ever since, she has not relented on her oars.

Source : Nigeriafilms

Faze : "The girls who got pregnant for 2face knew what to do to avoid pregnancy but they didn’t"


This is what Faze has to say,in is recent interview;
 How come you and Black Face are reserved with girls but 2face isn’t?
Tuface is also a cool headed person. The girls who got pregnant for him knew what to do to avoid pregnancy but they didn’t. That means they wanted the babies.
They wanted him to marry them?
It’s all about choice when he decided to marry Annie. I’ve known Annie for years and I think she’s perfect for him. There were times she would sit under the tree, crying and asking me if 2face really loved her. Even when 2face was  dating  Annie, Black Face and I were equally dating  two of Annie’s friends. But we didn’t marry those girls but 2face and Annie eventually got married. That’s life for you.

Stella Damasus Vs Toolz: Who Wore It Better?


They are both glamorous and beautiful. Toolz rocked hers first, so i guess Stella Damasus fell in love with the outfit and decided to rock same look. But the question i ask is, who wore the bi-coloured red and black dress better?

See more photos to help you decide....

TOOLZ

Media personality Toolz rocked this bi-coloured (red-and-black) dress to Iyanya’s album launch show. With her hair pulled up, she paired the outfit with a statement gold neck piece and diamond bracelets. Smoky eyes and red lipstick completes Toolz’s fierce look.

STELLA DAMASUS

Boko Haram: We are in serious trouble, northern governors lament


 

 Governors of the nineteen northern states in Nigeria under the aegis of Northern States Governors Forum, NSGF, said all of them are in trouble following the endemic insecurity that has bedeviled the region since 2009.
The governors spoke on Thursday in Abuja during the submission of a report by the committee on reconciliation, healing and security, which was formed by the Forum on July 26, 2012.
First to make the ‘trouble’ declaration was the governor of Bauchi State who said “we governors are in trouble, because we took the Quran or the Bible and swore oath of office and allegiance to two things; protecting lives and property.”
“So if any soul is killed outside the rule of law; Allah will ask you on the day you enter your grave. So how many of us here are going to escape?” he asked the gathering.
The Bauchi Governor also reminded his colleagues that they had all sworn to protect the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“We have sworn to protect the constitution, both the import and the contents. So these are the few things I want to remind us, so we are in trouble,” he said.
Speaking in a similar vein, the Governor Murtala Nyako of Adamawa said the governors had resolved to be “very very serious about restoring security” in the North.
He also identified twenty one ‘items’ to buttress the fact that the governors are in trouble.
He listed items he described as the “manifestation of insecurity perpetuated by bands of marauders motivated by their desire for money other than ideological goals.”
Mr. Nyako identified the activities of Boko Haram, kidnappings, armed robbery, militancy, communal crisis, violence due to archaic behaviour, primordial divides, such as ethnicity and religion, piracy, and high level of stealing, especially of crude oil.
Others, he said, are illegal bunkering, violent crimes, assassinations, extra judicial killings, maiming of individuals by law enforcing agents, especially the JTF, as well as clashes between herdsmen and farmers.
Mr. Nyako also identified advanced fee fraud, otherwise known as 419, rape, sale of human organs, human trafficking, and child kidnapping for ritual purposes by highly placed individuals, whom he said, “ instead of being grateful to God, they are looking for more powers.”
The Adamawa governor said all the identified elements of insecurity must be stopped, as a pre-requisite for public security.
Earlier, the chairman of the reconciliation committee, Zakari Ibrahim, said after its inauguration, the committee requested for, and received 140 memoranda, reports, White Papers, and position papers from most of the 19 northern states.
Mr. Zakari said less than 20 per cent of the memoranda came from individuals, while the majority was from organized groups and institutions. He added that the committee met with the National Security Adviser, NSA; the Director General of the State Security Service, SSS; the Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar; as well as the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Onaiyekan.
He said the committee visited six flash point states of Borno, Yobe, Bauchi, Plateau, Kano, Kaduna and Nassarawa. He added that Nasarawa, though not a flash point state, was visited due to the breakout of hostilities between the Eggons and the Fulani.
The chairman said the purpose of the visits were for fact finding, dialogue with stakeholders, commiseration and expression of sympathy, initiating a process of confidence building, and restoration of trust towards reconciliation and healing.
Sources and effect of violence on the north
The committee chairman also informed the governors that the north had suffered “very serious economic, social, cultural and psychological devastation, with relationships among the people severely fractured”.
Mr. Zakari said his committee was able to identify the sources of insecurity in the north; which include economic inequality and narrowing of opportunities, conflicts and unhealthy competition around ethnic and religious identities, ownership and access to resources, unequal access to political power, feeling of lack of respect, and issues around appointments into traditional headship positions.
Other sources of conflicts, he said, are the deterioration in personal and inert group relationships, poverty, illiteracy and ignorance, as well as widespread impunity.
He told the governors that all the factors mentioned earlier are surmountable “if serious consideration is given to the recommendations submitted by the committee in their report.”
People are tired of committees
Mr. Zakari also informed the governors that “the people in the north are tired of having committees every time a crisis erupts, while the recommendations of reports of the committees were hardly implemented”.
He therefore urged the governors to ensure that there is a break of that tradition, so that the report they submitted will be implemented with all the zeal and executive will to achieve the desired peace and progress in northern states.
In his own submission, the chairman of the NSGF, and Governor of Niger State, Babangida Aliyu, agreed with the chairman that people were tired of committees, and pledged the resolve of his colleagues to ensure that the report is implemented.
Mr. Aliyu, who thanked the committee for doing a good job, said “it is heart-warming to note that four members of the committee have been appointed to serve in the Federal Government’s committee on dialogue and peaceful resolution of security challenges in the north”.
He added that the recommendations of the committee could “serve as good reference material for the workings of the Federal Committee”.
Mr. Aliyu also used the occasion to reiterate his call to members of the Boko Haram sect to “accept the offer made by the Federal Government and come forward for dialogue and eventual submission of arms”.

Governors of the nineteen northern states in Nigeria under the aegis of Northern States Governors Forum, NSGF, said all of them are in trouble following the endemic insecurity that has bedeviled the region since 2009.
The governors spoke on Thursday in Abuja during the submission of a report by the committee on reconciliation, healing and security, which was formed by the Forum on July 26, 2012.
First to make the ‘trouble’ declaration was the governor of Bauchi State who said “we governors are in trouble, because we took the Quran or the Bible and swore oath of office and allegiance to two things; protecting lives and property.”
“So if any soul is killed outside the rule of law; Allah will ask you on the day you enter your grave. So how many of us here are going to escape?” he asked the gathering.
The Bauchi Governor also reminded his colleagues that they had all sworn to protect the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“We have sworn to protect the constitution, both the import and the contents. So these are the few things I want to remind us, so we are in trouble,” he said.
Speaking in a similar vein, the Governor Murtala Nyako of Adamawa said the governors had resolved to be “very very serious about restoring security” in the North.
He also identified twenty one ‘items’ to buttress the fact that the governors are in trouble.
He listed items he described as the “manifestation of insecurity perpetuated by bands of marauders motivated by their desire for money other than ideological goals.”
Mr. Nyako identified the activities of Boko Haram, kidnappings, armed robbery, militancy, communal crisis, violence due to archaic behaviour, primordial divides, such as ethnicity and religion, piracy, and high level of stealing, especially of crude oil.
Others, he said, are illegal bunkering, violent crimes, assassinations, extra judicial killings, maiming of individuals by law enforcing agents, especially the JTF, as well as clashes between herdsmen and farmers.
Mr. Nyako also identified advanced fee fraud, otherwise known as 419, rape, sale of human organs, human trafficking, and child kidnapping for ritual purposes by highly placed individuals, whom he said, “ instead of being grateful to God, they are looking for more powers.”
The Adamawa governor said all the identified elements of insecurity must be stopped, as a pre-requisite for public security.
Earlier, the chairman of the reconciliation committee, Zakari Ibrahim, said after its inauguration, the committee requested for, and received 140 memoranda, reports, White Papers, and position papers from most of the 19 northern states.
Mr. Zakari said less than 20 per cent of the memoranda came from individuals, while the majority was from organized groups and institutions. He added that the committee met with the National Security Adviser, NSA; the Director General of the State Security Service, SSS; the Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar; as well as the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Onaiyekan.
He said the committee visited six flash point states of Borno, Yobe, Bauchi, Plateau, Kano, Kaduna and Nassarawa. He added that Nasarawa, though not a flash point state, was visited due to the breakout of hostilities between the Eggons and the Fulani.
The chairman said the purpose of the visits were for fact finding, dialogue with stakeholders, commiseration and expression of sympathy, initiating a process of confidence building, and restoration of trust towards reconciliation and healing.
Sources and effect of violence on the north
The committee chairman also informed the governors that the north had suffered “very serious economic, social, cultural and psychological devastation, with relationships among the people severely fractured”.
Mr. Zakari said his committee was able to identify the sources of insecurity in the north; which include economic inequality and narrowing of opportunities, conflicts and unhealthy competition around ethnic and religious identities, ownership and access to resources, unequal access to political power, feeling of lack of respect, and issues around appointments into traditional headship positions.
Other sources of conflicts, he said, are the deterioration in personal and inert group relationships, poverty, illiteracy and ignorance, as well as widespread impunity.
He told the governors that all the factors mentioned earlier are surmountable “if serious consideration is given to the recommendations submitted by the committee in their report.”
People are tired of committees
Mr. Zakari also informed the governors that “the people in the north are tired of having committees every time a crisis erupts, while the recommendations of reports of the committees were hardly implemented”.
He therefore urged the governors to ensure that there is a break of that tradition, so that the report they submitted will be implemented with all the zeal and executive will to achieve the desired peace and progress in northern states.
In his own submission, the chairman of the NSGF, and Governor of Niger State, Babangida Aliyu, agreed with the chairman that people were tired of committees, and pledged the resolve of his colleagues to ensure that the report is implemented.
Mr. Aliyu, who thanked the committee for doing a good job, said “it is heart-warming to note that four members of the committee have been appointed to serve in the Federal Government’s committee on dialogue and peaceful resolution of security challenges in the north”.
He added that the recommendations of the committee could “serve as good reference material for the workings of the Federal Committee”.
Mr. Aliyu also used the occasion to reiterate his call to members of the Boko Haram sect to “accept the offer made by the Federal Government and come forward for dialogue and eventual submission of arms”.

(SEE TWEET) Wunmi Obe, Stella Damasus's Ex-Inlaw, Reacts To Stella's New Marriage



Stella Damasus's first husband Jaiye Aboderin is Wunmi Obe's younger brother.

"A celebrity relationship lasts only if ........" -- Iyanya

 
 
In an Interview published by PM news, Iyanya had a few things to say about his relationship status..
 
 What is the relationship between you Yvonne and Tonto now?
Yvonne is my hommie, we are cool people even till now. Tonto is my padi, we are cool.
 
Who is the lady in Iyanya’s life?
 

Nobody. It’s not like there can’t be anybody but my job would not allow it. It’s hard to find someone that will be with you and actually take the pain, stand the rain. I feel like anyone I’ve tried to have a relationship with always says “no, I can’t”.
 
Can you date a celebrity?
I can date anybody but the thing about dating celebs is that it would most likely not last. The only way it may last is if they are not successful. But if they are both successful, when people see them together, they would focus on them. That alone has an effect on the relationship because they won’t be free.
 
Jay Z and Beyonce, Angelina Jolie & Bradpitt, Annie & 2face are celebs and they are lasting....

I’m Beginning To Love Flavour – Ghana Actress, Martha Ankomah

 

 No doubt, she is one of the top divas in Ghollywood-Ghana today. If you have seen her act some romantic scenes, you will quickly form your opinion about her-She is a bad girl! But on a contrary, Martha, the dark and lovely Ghana actress, who is gradually becoming a face to reckon with even in Nollywood, is a good Christian. She acts to make a living and only interprets her scripts to fit the character in the role she is being directed to play.
We gathered in Ghana recently that, most of the top movie directors in Ghana can testify to it that Martha has never dated a producer, actor or what have you in the entire Ghollywood. Does that mean she doesn’t love? She does, she loves the good things of life and has a very great love for God and whenever she is Nigeria, she confessed that, she loves to settle down with one of the Nigeria’s finest artists, Flavour’s song titled Adama to relax with.
On how she relaxes, hear her, “I relax when I want to by listening to some gospel vibes and R&B, in Ghana I love Sakordi but anytime I am here, (Nigeria) I love Flavour’s Adama so much. But right now, there is no time for relaxation. I just finished shooting a movie owned by Phil Collins about two week ago. It was a very big movie. I also have another movie which Elvis Chuck is shooting and we will be using locations in Dubai and other places. It is a big project too, so you can see there is little time for relaxation but work all through.”

I didn’t pose nude in sexy photo – Ashionye


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Ashionye Michelle Raccah tells Ademola Olonilua why she has been off the spotlight for a while and what she is up to
Long absence
I was away for two years intentionally. I took a break because I got pregnant. Even when I had my son, I decided to take time out to raise him. Now he is almost three years old but I have been back to work for well over a year now.
Experience of motherhood
The experience has been fantastic. It has been awesome so far. I have the best boy in the world and I thank God for that. My son is pretty matured for his age, it is amazing. You would have to sit with him for about five minutes to understand.
About my movie, Journey to self
A lot of people have actually asked me if the movie was borne out of personal experience. I have not had any of the experiences that the characters had in the movie. Basically, I have had the opportunity to meet some women who have faced similar issues as the characters in ‘Journey to Self’. If you have been following my career from inception, you would know that I’m pro-women. I have been against things like domestic violence; I have been basically supporting women in my own capacity. I just felt the need to talk about the ills that affect women. These ills don’t just affect women; they affect people around women such as kids and men. So I decided to write a screen play and talk about these issues because they affects our society.
My experience in marriage
I’ll say that my experience has been amazing. I have known my husband for 12 years now and we have been married for about four years. I must say that I am lucky enough to be married to somebody I consider as my friend, someone who is my friend. He understands me, I am lucky enough to have someone who is in the industry and understands the industry. So in terms of my work, I don’t have issues with him. Family-wise, he is the best dad a child can ask for. When he has to be there, he is there; he dedicates time to his family. He provides for his family, the usual things a man should do for his family. He is my best friend.
Why it took long for us to get married
There are relationships that have lasted for 10 years and they still did not get married. It depends on the individuals in the relationship. Do you want to court forever or for 10 seconds and you get into the marriage and misunderstand each other? It depends on the individual. Everything at the end of the day fell into place. That is basically it and we are living happily ever after.
About being married to a non-Nigerian
Like I said earlier, it depends on the individuals in the relationship. It all boils down to understanding, communicating. I don’t know whether Nigerian men are less understanding or whites are more understanding; but like I said, my husband is in the industry. He has been doing music and entertainment generally since he was 14. He understands the nitty-gritty of the industry, both internationally and in Nigeria. I have been blessed with that, to have someone who is in it. Then again like I said, it is just about communicating and understanding. I don’t think there is a difference. It’s all about understanding.
Best time of my life
I wish I was a kid again in some aspect because you are not burdened by the worries of life. You are not burdened by what you will provide for your child or where you will get money to go on the next holiday. Whatever it is, you are not worried by the stress of the world and life. As a kid, you are innocent. You have your parents providing everything for you. You just go to school, study, have fun in between, you come back home and it is the same thing. You eat, sleep and wake up. I love my adult life, I would love to be a kid again but I love my adult life. I love the fact that I’m a mother now and I’m experiencing what my parents had when I was a kid.
My first heartbreak
I can’t remember but it happened. But I can’t remember. It wasn’t with my husband though. I have only dated three guys and I married the third. I can’t remember when but it has been ages.
My singing career
I took a break. For me, I believe in working in a comfortable environment. When I am passionate about something, I push, I drive and go for it. I have an album recorded, 12 tracks that I know that I want to re-record because I know that music has evolved. I recorded those tracks in 2008. Music has evolved in Nigeria and around the world so I have to go back to the drawing board. Presently, I’m passionate about screen writing and telling stories from another angle, not music. I love producing movies and television production. That is what I am focusing on at the moment. I do intend to go back into the studio later in the year when I am done with this next production I am working on.
Being a model
I was never a model. I was actually the brand ambassador for Pepsi. The very first in Nigeria, for Pepsi light.
Acting or posing nude
I cannot act or pose nude. I know the picture you are talking about and I was not nude. I had a fur on. That is not nude. What is your definition of nude? Nude is when you show your entire self without anything on. I was not semi-nude, I was covered. I know the picture, I sat for it. Kelechi Amadi-Obi took the picture in 2006. It was for my album of promotional pictures and I personally chose those pictures. I wasn’t nude. I was covered up. It is the same thing that you see on stage. Would you say Nicki Minaj wearing those bum shorts that showed her behind and revealed a lot of cleavage, was nude? I wasn’t nude; I was wearing a strapless mini-gown. You did not see anything, did you?
My girl group
The group thing, Emete, actually set the foundation for me. Being in a group helped me gain my confidence because while on stage or doing interview, the attention is not 100 per cent focused on you. For me, it was shared into three. Basically being in a group just helped me lay the foundation and prepared me for my career as a solo artiste. That is where the confidence comes from.
Why we split
I believe I was not the cause of the group splitting. We all had our share of blame and I have said this like a million times. We all had our share of blame and I am saying it now that I had my share of blame but it had nothing to do with dating Carl Raccah or anything of the sort. Anything that went wrong with the group, I heard it first from him. People say a lot of rubbish but they are not indoors to understand what is going on. That is why I’m explaining. I think this is the last time I will talk about this in any interview. While we were dating and I was in the group, anything that went wrong, I heard it first. I got lambasted first before we had meetings. Imagine how that made me feel, that I was lambasted twice as much as the girls were. There are a lot of things that I really don’t want to get into because we went our separate ways. I’m back to being friends with one of the girls. Unfortunately the third girl, I have not seen her in ages. I recently met one of the girls and she is a doctor. She apparently worked at Cool FM where I was a radio presenter years back. We met and we are back to being friends. She is a mother, she is a wife and we are good.
Why we did not keep in touch
You lose contact, people change numbers. I have changed my number many times. Same thing with them. We were fortunate to bump into each other last at Cool FM. Like I said, she worked there. It was not like I set out not to be friends with them. We did have our differences. We were upset with each other for different things. A lot of people say Ashionye was the cause; I also believe that if this other girl in the group did not do certain things in the group, we would have been together and probably been international because we had international gigs lined up the month we actually split.
The reason we split
A lot of things I really don’t want to go into. We were not matured, that is one thing. We were young. Imagine girls between the ages of 19 and 21 coming into an environment they weren’t quite used to and getting a lot of media attention. Of course, we were the pioneer pop female group in Nigeria, there was another female group but they were gospel inspirational, Kush. We were the first afro-pop female group in Nigeria. There was a lot of pressure and a lot of things we did not know because we were young. But along the line, over the years, I have learnt a lot of things. I have learnt that certain things should be overlooked to continue with work. I am older and wiser and things that I took for granted then, I don’t take for granted now. There are a lot of factors; I don’t want to go into stories at this point. Like I said, I am back to being friends and I don’t want to offend anybody.
Me as a jack-of-all-trades
Before the influx of female artistes, there was an Ashionye. Before all these girls you see today, there was me and I know that a lot of them drew inspiration from me one way or the other – in their style, their clothing, their hair, their stage craft. So, there is no way you’ll say I did not make an impact or I did not master my craft as a singer. Back then, it was a lot harder because musicians were not paid as much as they are being paid today. The money back then seemed much but it wasn’t. Then, women faced more pressure than men and women in the industry today. There was a lot of sexual harassment. There was a lot of rubbish back then and that is why I came up with the Girl Power initiative. That was the whole idea, to help the female artiste come out. I know that through Girl Power, a lot of artistes have come out. If you look at the names in Girl Power, there are women who over the years have made an impact in the music industry as female singers. There is no way you’ll say I did not master my craft as a singer and of course I also took some time off music.
If I ever faced sexual harassment
Fortunately not; I’m thankful for that. I have not faced that, whether in the movies or music. I’ll say I’m sort of fresh in the movie industry but I took the bold step to go into producing but I have not faced any form of sexual harassment.

Dagrin’s mother broke


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Monday made it three years Oladapo Olaonipekun popularly known as Dagrin died in an auto crash. Saturday Beats gathered that three years down the line, the mother of the late rap artiste, Falilat Olaonipekun, is broke. A Blackberry message made the rounds during the week, soliciting for support for the deceased’s mother.
The message stated that as Dagrin was being remembered by fans, his mother should also be put into consideration. The message read, “DAGRIN is ALIVE. Yes in our hearts, he is evergreen. It has been three years since our loving Dagrin passed on to rest in the Lord! Show Dagrin’s mum some love, drop your widow’s mite in her Acct- First Bank branch Acct- 3046543524 Olaonipekun Oluwakemi Falilat.”
When Saturday Beats got in touch with the late rapper’s manager, Tunde Peter, he said that the broadcast message was authentic and he actually rebroadcasted it when he confirmed its validity.
“Someone sent it to me and as I confirmed that the details are true, I had to rebroadcast it,” he said.
The development is quite shocking because though Dagrin did not reign for more than eight months before his death, he made a lot of money especially from shows. No one doubted the love he had for his mother, especially as he said in various interviews that she stood by him, so one would think his estate would make arrangements for her.
Peters further told Saturday Beats that because of the lack of structure in the music industry, nothing is working for Dagrin’s parents.
He said, “I feel his mum needs help. She claims that and currently she is not doing anything. Nothing is working at all for all these people. Our music industry is just a flop.”
Meanwhile, some artistes showed their love by using the late rapper’s pictures as display pictures on their BBMs and avatar on Twitter. Tonto Dikeh went the extra mile by visiting his graveside and laying a wreath there.

12 killed in auto accident in Awka!!!

NO fewer than 12 persons killed yesterday in the heart of Awka, Anambra State when a tanker carrying palm kernel oil lost its brakes and rammed into Bus Park on the foot of the pedestrian cross at the popular UNIZIK junction in the town.
Several people who sustained various degrees of injuries were rushed to various hospitals in the Anambra State capital for treatment.
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ACCIDENT AT UNIZIK JUNCTION ON ENUGU–ONITSHA EXPRESS WAY IN AWKA.jpg
The tanker, which was coming from the Enugu end of the Enugu –Onitsha expressway, lost control as it was descending the UNIZIK slope and hit a bus loaded with passengers and then dragged the same bus into the very busy motor park where it damaged about seven other buses.
Among those who either lost their lives or sustained injuries were drivers, motor park operators and recharge card sellers.
The tanker, which somersaulted severally as it was hitting other vehicles, had its body cut into pieces and its contents spilled along the road and in the motor park.
The impact of the summersault of the tanker adversely affected the beams of the pedestrian bridge, thus making part of the bridge to lose its alignment.
The accident, which happened at the time offices had closed for the day, caused an excruciating traffic jam on the road as many people stopped at the scene.
Men of the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, the Nigerian Army, the Police and other good spirited people volunteered their vehicles for conveying the wounded persons to the hospital.
A similar accident on the same spot last year claimed five lives, but the difference was that the one of last year did not get to the motor park.
Sympathizers at the scene of the accident yesterday said there is need to relocate the various motor parks which have their loading bays beside the expressway to avoid such accidents in future. 

Source: Vanguard

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