Monday, 28 July 2014

Lagbaja rubbishes Omisore reminds him of his covered allegation murder of Bola Ige

"Though the court of the land discharged and acquitted you (Omisore) in the murder case against the former Minister of Justice in Nigeria, the late Cicero of Esa-Oke & foremost nationalist, Chief Bola Ige, I have deep-rooted innermost conviction that you are culpable in the death of my mentor and benefactor. If you offer me all the allocation of Osun State during your four-year-tenure peradventure you win (which I seriously doubt), I will not perform for Iyiola Omisore governorship election.”

Sunday, 8 June 2014

Violence in Kano over Emir

Sanusi Lamido in Kano

In less than 48 hours after the death of the Emir of Kano, the immediate past Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Lamido Sanusi, has been named the 14th Emir of Kano.
Sanusi’s appointment, which was formally announced at the ante chamber of the Kano Government House by Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Rabiu Bichi, took immediate effect. Bayero was believed to have died of heart attack about one month after returning from a medical trip to London.

Thursday, 22 May 2014

"Personally" by G.E.J and Dame Patience | Buni TV

Apart from the scourge of corruption which is ravaging Nigeria, Thanks to a “Cabal” of unrepentant destroyers, Nigerians are the most creative specie in the globe. Even the recent comical reaction of the wife (Dame Patience Faka Jonathan) the present President Good luck Jonathan found its way into the comedy circle. You will really appreciate and confirm how creative Nigerians are, by the time you have a glimpse of the "Drunk In Power" clip by this same Buni TV. just being too awesome

Friday, 9 May 2014

Patience Jonathan, A mere domestic appendage

A comical and creative clip on Professor Wole Soyinka  and Faka Dame Jonathan, The self assuming impostor of a President, whose track record is more comical than representing. Notorious for amusement and seemingly better than than the best Nigerian Zany. 

One thing you don't want to miss in Soyinka's description of Faka
A mere domestic Appendage 

Monday, 5 May 2014

Europe and the world Joins Nigeria to save the abducted girls,( I hope the President is not Dancing in a Party)

Europe Joins Nigeria 
Nigeria has become popular on the world Map mostly for the wrong reason, The ageless corruption left unattended has given birth to nameless acts of wickedness and rottenness, The leadership of Nigeria turned deaf ears to the crippling cankerworms and have became more brazen in thievery until injustices were all the more committed by officers of the Law. 

The Police have been Notorious, The Military weak and incapable, the citizens are hungry and can hardly think of tangible change, most of whom are conquered by fears as  the drama continues, for about 15 Years, terrorist group known as Boko Haram emerged, more fiercely and daring than the corrupt government and succeeding in crippling the government and unwilling to listen to the voice of reason. Even the seat of Power in Abuja is under severe threats and yet the government thinks corruption is not the cause.

US Army on Nigerian soil to assist Nigerian weak Army

US army on Nigerian Soil assisting 
The United States of America and Britain have joined the search for the 200 girls abducted from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno, by the dreaded Boko Haram sect.

Highly commendable by the United State of America, Their usual good gestures to save weak nation from their calamity from terrorist also, this is a clear indication that Nigerian Military is a Failure, A bunch of corruptly influenced armed criminals, whose work is to abuse the rights of citizens while collecting salaries from the pain of the people they cannot protect. I hope someone among them wakes up to the need of clearing the mess  

Sunday, 4 May 2014

Chibok Girls: First Lady Breaks Down In Tears

The Comedy continues as Patience Jonathan wife of the "Clueless" President Goodluck Jonathan who CNN reporter Aisha Sese earlier reported her amazement about how the President has been quiet and almost confused as to how to save the over 200 young girls kidnapped in Borno. In the usual Nigerian style, A national media chat was organised on one end to deceive the international community while the wife was busy weeping emotions Now recorded to show a seeming empathy as she blames the kidnap on the school authority and the West African Examination body that conducted the exams
The usual fire brigade approach to deceive and push responsibility well practice by Nigerian corrupt Rulers   

Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Donald Sterling, owner of NBA's L.A. Clippers, banned for life

Donald Sterling 
Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, has a history of alleged racism (and general assholish behavior) going back years, but a recording of the owner engaging in a racist tirade against his girlfriend, V. Stiviano, over her “associating with black people” has everyone believing that this 80-year-old billionaire has finally gone too far.

Somehow an audio recording of what is clearly a conversation between two people in a completely healthy and not at all messed up relationship ended up in the hands of TMZ, and the recording’s release has spawned a range of responses from people all over the NBA and Sterling himself
Today the Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life and fined $2.5 million US by the NBA for making racist comments during a recorded conversation with a female companion, commissioner Adam Silver announced today. He said a league investigation found that the league's longest-tenured owner was in fact the person on the audiotapes that were released over the weekend.

Monday, 28 April 2014

Brutal criminals and Human right’s abusers in today’s Nigerian Naval Force

Nigerian uniform Naval offenders 
The Unprofessional handling of uniformed men in Nigeria and the abuse of human rights by those who earn a living from the public coffers (Tax) has reached the heights as more and more victims are willing to expose the rot in defiance of the intents of Nigerian government to hide the injustices from the media and the international community. Another victim wrote to a popular Lagos base blogger to recount his ordeal in the hands of brutal unethical Naval officer who have mastered the acts of cruelty against the citizens
See details 

On Friday 25th of April 2014 at about 6.10pm, in front of Silverbird Galleria Ahmadu Bello,Victoria Island Lagos, where I was trying to park in a space pre-occupied by another car hence I needed to wait for him to move so I can occupy the empty space. Apparently, a naval Toyota Hilux was behind me all the while then found a way to move from behind me to my side and I was asked by one naval personnel occupying the passenger’s seat what I was doing on the spot, then I replied that I was waiting for the car in front of me to move out of the car-park space so that I can park. The naval personnel abruptly got down from the Hilux and tried to pull me out of the car then he slapped me, tore my shirt and then kicked the door with his boots on - to my surprise he also kicked and broke the glass of the driver’s seat which I occupy. 

Soldiers In Forefront Of Fight Against Boko Haram Demand Rotation (Nigerian Solders No longer willing to die)

Nigerian Army picture by Sahara reporters
"Soldiers stationed in the three Northeast states most ravaged by attacks by Boko Haram, a militant Islamist group, want the military hierarchy to implement a policy of rotation, bringing in a new set of soldiers to relieve battle-weary ones.
All soldiers demanded anonymity to avoid reprisals from their officers. In separate interviews with a correspondent of SaharaReporters, the soldiers, who are posted to Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States, criticized the practice of keeping them stationed for too long in the battlegrounds of the fight against the increasingly sophisticated Boko Haram, a group which wants the enthronement of strict Islamic values in Nigeria.

INVESTIGATION: How former Edo Governor, Igbinedion, lost N3.3 billion to Venezuelan conmen [Part 1]

Former Edo Governor Lucky Igbenedion
Mr. Igbinedion, who stole his state blind while he was governor, has now been scammed of billions by Venezuelan fraudsters in a classic 419 deal
Nemesis may have finally caught up with ex-convict and former Governor of Edo State, Lucky Igbinedion, as he has lost over N3.3 billion to Venezuelan fraudsters, in a deal that bears all the marks of a classic 419 scam, PREMIUM TIMES can authoritatively reveal.
Court documents seen by PREMIUM TIMES also suggest that Mr. Igbinedion may be insolvent, as two US-based law firms have walked away from a $600 million lawsuit he instituted against the alleged mastermind and the Venezuelan state owned oil company, Petroleos De Venezuela S.A (PDVSA), over his inability to pay retainer as low as  N627,000.00 ($3,800.00).

Saturday, 26 April 2014

THE INTERROGATION - Starring AY And Yemi Blaq US and Nigeria in comedy

The comedian fondly called AY and Yemi Blaq in a comical presentation depicting the shameful manner with which Nigerian Police abuse the rights of citizens comparing it with the obvious professional attitude of the US police. A very Hilarious comedy, Sadly, this is the dehumanizing  mistreatment and age-long style of  Nigerian Police. 

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Is Pope Francis still following the Catholic's tradition or the Catholic's Bible?

Pope Francis 
Catholics would seemed confused about their long traditions as the Pope Francis in a new reports  reportedly told a woman “living in sin” with a divorcee that she is free to take Holy Communion, in what appears to be a significant departure from Catholic teaching. Jacqui Lisbona, who is from the Pope’s homeland of Argentina, wrote to the Jesuit pontiff to tell him that she had been refused Communion by her local priest, who objected to the fact that she was married to a previously divorced man.


Musicians are no longer taking it easy in Nigeria, Money is the drive as  9ice has declared war on bloggers starting deliberately with Linda Ikeji, daring her to put his song for free and was quoted to say  “I will kill… I will fight anybody that dares put my song on the Internet for free!”  Continuing he said “Aye ti di aye ole” translated colloquially The world has turned a lazy haven, where people sit in their houses and claimed to be building a house in their
village, I suspect he is referring to Linda Ikeji who boasted somewhat of a multi-million mansion that she is building for her parents in her Village 
When 9ice said  “Who is Linda Ikeji? I don’t know her.” I say Really? What will you say watching the somewhat now public reaction on Ytube?


Monday, 21 April 2014

Sharing of money in Kano after President Jonathan's visit

Do you remember how Jonathan was caught dancing a day after the horrendous Tragedy that claimed about 80 Lives in Abuja   The problem regarding Nigeria originates with corruption. Nigeria's infrastructure is broken, poverty is endemic and the masses are on the verge of breaking point. Religion has been hijacked by both desperate men for personal agenda. Apparently, 

Sunday, 9 March 2014

Jonathan and his billion dollars airplanes

The President is rubbing shoulders with the oil sheiks. He will soon order for a new plane and he will be piloted by white men. Meanwhile , Nigerians are selling FooFoo in Ghana and washing the toilets in London. They are campaigning to retain office but they don't know what the ordinary Nigerians need. They used to be barefoot, but now, thanks to 'destiny', they now wear jets as shoes.

The presidential jet, Nigerian Air Force 001 (5N-FGT), had earlier conveyed Jonathan to Minna for the -Peoples Democratic Party’s North-Central rally which held at the Trade Fair Centre, Minna.
At the end of the rally, the President returned to the airport in company with top government officials, PDP state governors and party chiefs for a trip to Sokoto, from where he was scheduled to return to Abuja.

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Oscar Nominee Lupita Nyong'o Speech on Black Beauty Essence Magazine Bla...

"Every black woman that watches Lupita's speech. Should not only look at their black skin and fall madly in love with it. But they should also begin taking out those relaxers, weaves, wigs, extensions, and human hair. How can you acknowledge that black is beautiful. When either hiding or altering your natural hair to look European, Weaves are no different than Dencia's Whitenicious skin cream."

Monday, 3 March 2014

A National Insult Rejected By Okey Ndibe

For those unaware of its source, I might as well state from the outset that the title of this column is not original. It’s adapted from a statement released last week by Wole Soyinka. The statement, which bore the Nobel laureate’s stamp of revulsion at moral impunity, chastised the Goodluck Jonathan administration for its bizarre line-up of 100 personalities worthy of honor at a ceremony marking the centenary of Nigeria’s amalgamation.

The centenary list, typical of such rolls in Nigeria, was a hodgepodge. It bracketed imperial personages, so-called “contributors to the making of Nigeria”—including Queen Elizabeth 11 of England and Lord Frederick Lugard, first British overseer of the forcibly amalgamated territory—with such notable nationalist fighters as Herbert Macaulay, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Obafemi Awolowo, and Anthony Enahoro. It squeezed Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Michael Imoudu, Aminu Kano, Kenneth Onwuka Dike, Funmilayo Ransome Kuti, John Pepper Clark, Chike Obi, Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka, Dagogo Fubara, and Moshood Kashimawo Abiola into the same tent as Sani Abacha. In an even weirder development, Mr. Abacha shows up—along with Yakubu Gowon, Olusegun Obasanjo and Ibrahim Babangida—under the category of “Outstanding Promoters of Unity, Patriotism and National Development”.

How did we quickly forget that Abacha’s looting of public funds from the vaults of the Central Bank of Nigeria was a patriotic act? Or that he gave his cronies licenses to import toxic fuel into Nigeria because he so fiercely loved Nigerians and fervently desired their development? Or that Babangida’s annulment of the June 12 presidential election was a recipe for Nigeria’s unity?