30 Apr 2016

Reasons Why Pastors Love Sex And Women



Durban - Earlier this week a video showing well
renowned pastor and popular motivational
speaker in South Africa, Sthembiso Zondo in the
nude, went viral on social media.

Dear Tiwa Savage,I'm disappointed after watching your interview -OAP Freeze



OAP Freeze has weighed in on Tiwa Savage's tell-all interview where she revealed a lot of secrets about the breakdown of her marriage to TeeBillz..He wrote
Dear Tiwa,
I have nothing but love for you, but after I watched all 45 mins or so of your interview, I am a bit disappointed.
Tiwa, I know it hurts when a relationship breaks down, and those accusations T Billz made were extremely hurtful, nonetheless, I believe you could have employed caution when responding, since according to you, he was unstable and suicidal.

DEPRESSION: EX BEAUTY QUEEN KAREN ELEKO YOUNG NEIGHBOR’S DRIVER SAVED HER LIFE



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Depression is an illness people fail to recognize, especially in Nigeria. Many people have lost their lives due to depression, yet it’s still not acknowledged as an illness.
The worst part of it all is the fact that most of the people suffering from depression end up committing suicide, especially when they don’t have their love ones to help them overcome it.

EDIBLE CATERING WAS THE LADY TEE BILLZ HAD A FLING WITH- TIWA SAVAGE



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It has been a stressful week for two married black men; Jay Z and Tee Billz. Beyonce came out with lemonade while Tiwa Savage spoke about Edible Catering.These are songs that talked about how unfaithful their husbands were to them, yet they stood firm with these men, except Tee Billz who blew

I WILL CONTINUE TO GO OUT WITH OLDER WOMEN…AREMU AFOLAYAN BRAGS



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Younger brother to popular Nollywood actor, Kunle Afolayan, Aremu Afolayan, has come out to refute rumours that he goes out with married women.
The actor and producer stated that he has his life to live and he does not owe anybody any explanation as to how he does his things.

IBINABO WAS WICKED ON ACTRESS CRYSTABEL GODDY...EMEKA IKE



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Recall the sad incident involving two Nollywood actresses, Crystabel Goddy and Princess Chineka, On Friday, 12 February, 2016, after the duo were engaged in a dirty fight on a movie location in Iyana Ipaja, while, the Emeka Ike Led faction of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) has come to her rescue.

Must a woman even marry, Anita Joseph queries



Is there a thing about actress and singer, Anita Joseph and marriage? The thirty-something diva once refused a marriage proposal from a longtime boyfriend, stating that she could not

PRESIDENT JONATHAN HAS CAUSED HAVOC IN NOLLYWOOD ALREADY…NKEM OWOH BLOWS HOT



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Nollywood actor, Nkem Owoh, in his opinion has come out to blast the former President Goodluck Jonathan for rolling out funds to the Nollywood industry without putting a structure first which is the most paramount.
The actor claimed that the former president got it wrong by giving out the money but should have help to lay a foundation first before giving out the money.

I NEED A MAN WHO CAN HANDLE ME…DAYO AMUSA



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Nollywood actress, Dayo Amusa, is one daring entertainer who is ever ready to try her hands on every good thing worth doing just to ensure that she makes good plans for her future.
The actress cum singer has no doubt been doing well for herself in the spheres she has ventured in and despite criticism from some quarters; she has not given up hopes.

I won’t marry any of mybabymamas, says Flavour



flavourCelebrated highlife musician, Flavour N’abania, has probably broken the hearts of his two babymamas, Sandra Okagbue and Anna Banner, who may be hoping to settle down with

Bishop weds 109 couples in Nasarawa



Most Rev. Mathew Audu, the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Lafia, Nasarawa State, on Saturday in Masaka wedded 109 couples and urged in-laws not to interfere in their affairs. Audu, who was on his third pastoral visit to St. Martin`s

Photos: Zahra Buhari, Remi Tinubu, Alafin of Oyo, at the flag off of Mrs Aisha Buhari's Free Health Screening in Oyo State



Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari flagged off the Future Assured Initiative, Free Health Screening for Women, at Loyola College, Ibadan, Oyo State on April 28. More photos after cut.

7 dead, 121 rescued after a residential building collapsed in Nairobi due to heavy rain (photos)



At least seven people have been confirmed dead and 121 rescued so far after a residential building collapsed in Haruma, Kenyan capital Nairobi, late Friday night following a heavy downpour.

APC chieftains at war with Buhari over board appointments



Chieftains and members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) are upbeat about the reluctance of President Muhammadu Buhari to make appointments into federal parastatals as well as Government Ministries, Department and Agencies (MDAs).

Photos : See The 7 Very Different Types of Br.easts And The Best Way To Take Care Of Them



Just like fingerprints, women’s breasts are as individual as human beings are and should be treated as such.
 
Although our breasts as women fluctuate up to six times in our life – not to mention the variations depending on where you shop – most of us probably kept abreast (sorry) of our band measurement and cup size.

1993 throwback photo of Wunmi Aboderin and Tunde Obe



Singer Wunmi Obe shared this throwback photo with her husband, Tunde Obe. The singing couple have been together for 28 years and blessed with three children. They dated 10 years before getting married in 1998.

Photos : Davido Spotted Fighting & Beating A Fan To Stupor In London



Nigerian pop star, Davido is presently in London, United Kingdom. And he’s been having a nice time there with his friends from Varsity TV.

HEART BROKEN: Tiwa Savage Addresses Tee Billz’s Accusations







Checkout Photos Of Teebillz’s First Babymama & The Two Kids She Had For Him



She is definitely laughing out loud right now as regards her post she made last night at IG after the Tiwa video interview.
Well, Teebillz have three baby mama, and she is the first.

Tiwa Savage opens up: Our marriage has been over for a while

Tiwa Savage opens up: Our marriage has been over for a whileNigerian songstress, Tiwa Savage has reacted to her husband’s, Tunji Balogun, recent internet meltdown where he accused her of, among other things, witchcraft and infidelity,
Savage, Friday night granted an all-revealing interview where she told her side of the story.

Jonathan’s agents offered us N2bn ahead of 2015 elections – TMG

Jonathan’s agents offered us N2bn ahead of 2015 elections – TMG
The Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) – a coalition of over 400 civic organizations –alleged yesterday that agents of the Jonathan administration offered it a bribe of N2 billion for the  purpose of  compromising the outcome of the 2015 elections.

Catholic schools, Fayose in face-off over education tax



The new education levy introduced by the Ekiti State Government is setting it against the Catholic Church, which has vowed to take the matter to court. KAMARUDEEN OGUNDELE writes about the issues

10,000kg of cannabis lands 73 Edo cannabis farmers, dealers in NDLEA net



Seventy three suspects who specialise in cultivating and dealing in cannabis have been arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
The suspects made up of 60 males and 13 females were apprehended in Edo State with 10,094.75kgs of cannabis between January and March 2016.

Buhari plans extradiction of mu’azu, Diezani, Obanikoro, others



he diplomatic process that will ensure the extradition of suspected looters who have fled the country will dominate President Muhammadu Buhari’s discussions with his counterparts when 60 world leaders meet in the United Kingdom next month.

My victim’s daughter ‘betrayed’ me – Suspected serial burglar



A suspected burglar, Samson Ugbusun, has revealed how the daughter of his victim gave him up to the police after he made love overtures to her.
 Ugbusun, a 28-year-old bricklayer, was arrested by operatives of the Edo State Police Command for allegedly breaking into the home of an unsuspecting resident at Etete, in Oredo Local Government Area of the state, carting away two mobile phones.
 It was gathered that after he successfully carried out the operation, the suspect went ahead to invite his victim’s daughter to spend a night with him in his apartment.
 According to him, he was later arrested by some policemen from the Etete Police Division after she leaked his whereabouts to her mother.
 Ughusun, who hails from Ikpoba Okha Local Government Area of the state, said, “I stole handsets at Etete, through the window around 11pm. I removed the handset through the window of the house by tearing the net. This is my first time.
 “I saw her (victim’s daughter) number on the phone I stole. I called the girl and told her that I love her. She came and spent a night with me and went back to school. When she came to my place, she told her mother my address and everything; that was how they got me.”
He also blamed his alleged crime on family problem, adding that he stole mobile phones to enable him to generate the sum of N800,000 for his late father’s burial.
 “It was due to family problems. My father has a house and my family (members) are trying to push me so that I would leave the house for them. They said that if I don’t bury my father, I can’t claim ownership of the house.
 “I wanted to sell the phones on the streets. But unfortunately, they caught me and I returned the phones back to the owners. I regret it,” Ugbusun lamented.
 However, the State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Osifo Abiodun, who confirmed the suspect’s arrest, said Ugbusun would soon be charged to court as a prima facie case of burglary and stealing had been preferred against him.
 Abiodun said, “Samson Ugbusun specialises in stealing from unsuspecting victims. He can steal handsets as if he had some powers to do so. Luck ran against him when he opened the window of the complainant at night.
 “Constructively, he broke in and pulled the handset with a long stick, picked it from the window. The occupant raised an alarm and he was subsequently arrested. He has confessed to the crime, including other crimes he committed before.
 “Very soon, he will be arraigned in court because a prima facie case of burglary and stealing is established against him; he will not go unpunished,” the police spokesman added.

Horror: Rejected suitor butchers MTN worker, stabs victim’s mother



The tragic incident of Sunday, April 24, was one that the family of Ashinwo, did not see coming.
Had a prophet told Oluwatosin, her siblings and their widow mother, of the danger that lurked around the corner that day, it is unlikely they would have believed it.
In fact, months after they all knew 45-year-old David Ogundele, an engineer, who was deeply obsessed with 30-year-old Oluwatosin, they had no idea they had a killer on their hands.
But it is late to regret; Oluwatosin is dead after being stabbed multiple times by Ogundele along with her mother, who was trying to ward off the attack on her daughter in a flat she rented at Tanke area of Ilorin, Kwara State.
As of the time of filing this report, Oluwatosin’s mother was still in intensive care at  a hospital in Ilorin where she had undergone a round of surgery to repair the extensive damage caused by the knife attack on her body.
In fact, one of Oluwatosin’s brothers, told our correspondent that their mother was stabbed more than his sister but she survived to tell the story.
For her sister, the story is grimmer. She had bled to death by the time help came.
Agony of love unreciprocated 
The story that culminated in the tragedy that has befallen the Ashinwo family started late last year, Saturday PUNCH learnt.
Oluwatosin, who was a customer care executive with telecommunication company, MTN, had just been transferred from Kano to Kwara State when she met Ogundele.
Our correspondent was told that while Ogundele had a massive crush on the young woman, she had other things on her mind.
“My sister did not love him back and she did not hide it. He did everything to win her love but she just did not like him back,”  one of Oluwatosin’s brothers told our correspondent.
Soon, Ogundele was said to have reached out to the young woman’s siblings with the hope of winning their approval and convincing their sister.
Oluwatosin’s brother said, “At a time when I was in Ilorin at the end of last year, I visited my sister one evening when the man came around. I saw him a second time, two weeks after that in December. I did not ask my sister about him because I knew she was old enough to handle her affairs. But it was clear my sister did not like him.
“My sister used to tell me that he works at Omu Aran. She said the man would always pester her that he wanted to marry her.
“There had been pressure from my mother and other family members for her to get married but she always liked to handle her issues herself. She was the one who sponsored my university education. She was very hardworking. Even apart from her MTN work, she was still selling shoes and bags on the side.
“It happened that the man (Ogundele) got the numbers of my brother and I somehow.”
Soon, Ogundele started to send messages to Oluwatosin’s brothers.
The screen capture of one of such messages shown our correspondent, reads, “Your sister is giving me a serious headache. I don’t know what to do. I love her so much but…Join me in prayers that God should soften her heart.”
In another text message he sent to one of the brothers, Ogundele wrote, “I am at the health centre now. It is your sister’s behaviour that landed me there o. Always thinking (sic) I covet your prayers for survival. If I die, I die for love. You can’t understand.”
At this point, the brothers reached the conclusion that the man was terribly obsessed with their sister, who insisted that she was never going to get into a relationship with or marry him.
Saturday PUNCH learnt that it became clear that Oluwatosin’s mind was made up when Ogundele undertook the most unexpected and shocking step of organising a big birthday  party for the young woman when she clocked 30 in February.
Apart from organising the birthday, he bought a Toyota Matrix as a birthday gift.
As the birthday ceremony started, Ogundele reportedly put a call across to Oluwatosin to come. She never showed up.
“If my sister had accepted the gift, it would have been the same as accepting his proposal. He felt so bad about it,” the deceased’s brother said.
This was said to have infuriated Ogundele, whom they said felt ashamed in the eyes of the guests he had invited to the party.
Oluwatosin’s brothers said her resolve was more affirmed because she had learnt that Ogundele was married already.
Saturday PUNCH learnt that after Ogundele established contacts with Oluwatosin’s siblings, he went ahead to get in touch with their mother too.
“He kept disturbing my brother. My brother initially felt pity for him for the disappointment when he told him he bought a car for my sister but she still disappointed him. When he got my mother’s number, I explained to my mother that he was not the kind of person my sister could marry. My mother decided to tell him that there was nothing she could do about that because she could not force a man on her own daughter to marry.”
On Saturday, their 53-year-old mother travelled to Ilorin to visit Oluwatosin.
That was when she learnt that there had been an incident recently which Oluwatosin did not tell them.
“I called my mother that day and she told me that she was happy that she visited my sister. She said the man (Ogundele) threatened my sister. My mother said my sister told her that the man held a knife to her neck and collected her ATM card and withdrew money from her account.
“My sister told mom that the man threatened that if he did not marry her, he would waste her. We could not finish that conversation that day.”
Then between 8am and 9am on Sunday, the Ashinwo’s worst nightmare came true. Ogundele made good his threat.
Saturday PUNCH learnt that Ogundele showed up and an argument ensued, during which Oluwatosin insisted the man must leave her house.
But rather than leave, in anger, he ran into the kitchen and grabbed a knife.
By the time, he was done, the two women, Oluwatosin, and her mother, who tried to stop the fight, had both been stabbed multiple times.
It was learnt that Ogundele locked his victims in the room, thinking that they were both dead.
Saturday PUNCH learnt that the house was deserted at the time as other tenants were not around.
But unknown to him, Oluwatosin’s mother survived and she alerted a trader who had a shop in front of the compound.
The severely injured woman, who had managed to narrate a little of what happened, said she watched as her bleeding daughter breathed her last, as Ogundele locked them inside and fled.
She was later rushed to the hospital where doctors performed an emergency surgery to save her life.
Photographs of the scene of the attack, which were shown our correspondent, showed patches of thickened blood which had turned the white tiles red. The photographs gave an insight into the brutal attack that took Oluwatosin’s life.

Conversation with killer on the run
In a shocking conversation our correspondent struck with the alleged killer (Ogundele) on WhatsApp, he simply rationalised his act by saying “I was bewitched.”
Asked if Oluwatosin provoked him, he said, “It is well.  What can I do now? I was bewitched. How would I attack a lady I claim to love?”
At what point did he think he was bewitched?
“When you did something you never wanted to do that’s how you’ll know. Tell me what to do please,” he said.
Asked what caused the argument in which he stabbed Oluwatosin and her mother, he answered “Please, tell me what to do.”
Our correspondent told him that if he refused to explain what happened, people would read the report and view him simply as a cold-blooded killer, he answered, “At least I will appear in one of the most read newspapers in Nigeria.”
Asked why he did not simply hand himself over to the police, rather than run, he said, “I am in Ilorin, airport area. I am not running.”
He was asked why he stabbed Oluwatosin’s mother too, he denied it and simply said, “Never”. When told that the woman survived, he said, “Thank God for her life.”
When he was told that the more he stayed in hiding, the more he would look guilty, he replied, “Now you are talking.  Is she really dead? Okay. I will hand myself over to the police tomorrow in Ilorin, trust me. She is dead, let me die too.”
Our correspondent later sent him one of his pictures earlier taken from his Whatsapp profile to let him know that his identity was known.
 “That’s not my present picture though. I keep an afro now. Long hair. Where are you now?” Ogundele said.
He later signed off the conversation and said, “Talk to you later.”
Hunt for killer
The case was initially reported at the F Division of the Kwara State Police Command, which is located few metres away from where Oluwatosin lived.
The spokesperson for the Kwara State Police Command, Mr. Ajayi Okasanmi, confirmed that the police are on the trail of the suspect.
Investigators have visited a private university where Ogundele is said to work, but his colleagues said they had not seen nor heard from him since the day before the incident.
The police have called for any information that may help to track down the suspect as he continues to stay in hiding.
As of the time of filing this report, he had yet to hand himself over to the police as he promised our correspondent.

Buhari's corruption war to extend beyond GEJ's administration



Former presidents, Goodluck jonathan and Olusegun ObasanjoPresident Buhari has extended the investigation of corrupt practices beyond Jonathan’s administration

There are indications that administration before Jonathan began the scheme of adding non-exiting projects to budget – The minister of justice says there is a compilation of agencies that have allowed these corrupt practices to thrive There are strong indications that President Muhammadu Buhari will extend his crackdown on corruption beyond the administration of former president, Goodluck Jonathan. 
 Former presidents, Goodluck jonathan and Olusegun Obasanjo According to Vanguard, the probe is expected to begin from 1999 when Nigeria returned to democratic rule. 
ICPC urges Nigerians to report corrupt practices According to a report, top politicians used their influences to smuggle projects into the budgets of many parastatals and browbeat their heads to transfer the money meant for such schemes to them under an agreed sharing formula. The usual practise was for the politicians to nominate the ‘contractor’ who would receive money but disappear apparently to share with their nominator. 
Others would abandon the projects half way. Notable scheme include the River Basin authorities spread across the country which politicians were said to have turned into cash cows over the years. 
Others are rural electrification, water and health-related agencies that were used as conduits by politicians for siphoning huge sums of money over the years. Abubakar Malami who is the attorney general of the federation said his office in conjunction with security agencies was working to bring those who brought non-existing projects into budgets to siphon money. 

He said: “The aim of the investigation was to prosecute those who aided and abetted politicians to defraud the nation of scarce resources and deny the citizens of basic services. 
The federal government is interested in fishing out and punishing all those heads of parastatals who allowed themselves to be used by influential persons in the executive and legislative arms of government by smuggling non-existing projects into successive budgets and making away with large sums of money budgeted for them,”
 “You will recall that over time there has been this criminal conspiracy among some levels of government resulting in budget padding by many of the parastatals and the money diverted and shared by some powerful individuals to the detriment of majority of Nigerians, who have been denied vital services. The present administration has taken note of the painful antics of a few powerful elements and we have decided to fish them out and punish them for others to see that corruption is not in the interest of anybody in Nigeria.”

The minister of justice said they were compiling lists of agencies involved in the crime and the amount Nigeria has lost so far. 
A source in one of the anti-graft agencies revealed that of the parastatals located in Calabar which was supposed to cater for Cross River and Akwa Ibom states is believed to have been actively aiding powerful politicians to make away with hundreds of millions of Naira yearly. 

This was done under the guise of providing water and rural feeder roads, farm equipment and training to Nigerians without any verifiable evidence. Meanwhile, President Buhari came under criticism for not referring to Abacha’s money outside the country as loot. His spokesperson, Garba Shehu referred to it as illegal money taken from Nigeria rather than money embezzled by Abacha.

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