Saturday 30 April 2016

Tiwa Savage Opens Up On Her Husband Accusations (A Must Read)

The mother of one disclosed her husband was an alcoholic, a cocaine addict, in trouble with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and they were separated
Tee Billz, manager of Tiwa Savage put up shocking allegations against his wife and mother-in-law on Instagram yesterday, Thursday, April 28.
Tiwa Savage has opened up on the secrets behind her relationship and marriage with her former manager and husband.
Tee Billz had accused his wife of infidelity, neglect, and his mother-in-law of using witchcraft on him. He insinuated he was going to commit suicide in a series of posts on the social media platform and made it seem as though she pushed him and frustrated his life to an extent he could take it no more.

Friday 29 April 2016


No light, no water, no fuel, no food, no no no is the chorus sang all over the country at present. No doubt that times are really hard, but every man who sees beyond his nose can see a silver lining in the cloudy future.

The hope that keeps a pregnant woman going, is knowing for sure that the pains will be over after a period of time. This hope is what keeps her alive, strong and up and doing.

After more than 50 years as an independent nation, 3 republics past and 16 years wasted in an uninterrupted democracy, Nigerians for the first time elected a leader that didn't emerge by chance- but by a conscious attempt to being the president of the country. According to history, no Nigerian leader had emerged from a conscious preparation to being a president except President Buhari.

Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa the first and only prime minister of Nigeria never dreamt or prepared to lead Nigeria when he did, it was a chance provided by the great Sir Ahmadu Bello the Sardauna of Sokoto who had every chance to become the prime minister but rejected, and sent his deputy at party level to fill in that space.

Thursday 28 April 2016

Fulani Herdsmen Massacre - Graphic Photos (Warning-Highly Disturbing)

It was all tears at Ukpabi, Nimbo, in Uzo-Uwani local government area of Enugu state, following the visit of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi on Tuesday, April 26. Governor Ugwuanyi reportedly could not hold back his tears as he tried console the bereaved people.

He was in the company of Enugu State commissioner of police, Mr Nwodibo Ekechukwu, the GOC 82 Division, Nigerian Army, Major General Ibrahim Attahiru, as well as the Enugu State commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC).

New DNA Technology Helps Free Man Wrongly Imprisoned 25 Years

As he put 25 years of prison time served for a crime he didn't commit, Monday marked the first day in the rest of Darryl Pinkins' life.

The 63-year-old Indiana father walked out of Lake County jail after spending just a month shy of a quarter-century behind bars after he was convicted in 1991 for what prosecutors said was his participation in a horrific 1989 gang rape.

After years of unflinchingly maintaining his innocence, Pinkins was set free thanks to one of the newest innovations in DNA analysis.

The technology is so new, in fact, that Pinkins is the first inmate ever set free with its help.

"It feels like this day was - was meant to be. And I know it was," Pinkins told reporters outside the jail after friends and family greeted him in a tearful reunion. "This is a new beginning."

One of the emotional family members waiting for Pinkins was his son, who hadn't even been born.

Wednesday 27 April 2016

Army Held 92 Armed Fulani Herdsmen

The New Threat To Nigerian Society
The Nigerian Army has yet to hand over the 92 Fulani herdsmen arrested with arms at a military checkpoint between the Federal Capital Territory and Nasarawa State last week to the police.
Police authorities told our correspondent that the suspects had not been handed over to them almost one week after the herdsmen were intercepted by troops.
The Assistant Director, Army Public Relations of the Guards Brigade, Capt. Bashir Jajira, had announced that 36 of the suspects were arrested by troops, adding that the herdsmen claimed that they were on a mission to recover their stolen cows.

Tuesday 19 April 2016

We Let Jose Mourinho Down - Fabregas

The Portuguese boss was sacked just half a year after winning the Premier League at Stamford Bridge and Fabregas has spoken out about his mistakes
Cesc Fabregas believes that the main reason Jose Mourinho was sacked by Chelsea was because he trusted his players too much.

Mourinho was axed just half a year after winning the Premier League title at Stamford Bridge with the Blues lingering in the bottom half of the table.

The Portuguese boss, who is the favourite to take over at Manchester United at the end of the season, insisted that he was betrayed by his players.

Sunday 17 April 2016

Actress Mide Martins Reacts To The Controversies Surrounding Her Marriage

Few days ago, fans of actress Mide Martins raised an eyebrow after her husband, Afeez Martins took to his Instagram page to wish her happy birthday on April 12th but she refused to send the same gesture on his own birthday which was on April 13th. Many said she was separated and that her marriage was had hit the rock. Now she has taken to her Instagram to clear the air on her relationship with her husband and father of her daughters. 
Read the lengthy post after the cut

Just married! Empire Stars Trai Byers & Grace Gealey Tie The Knot

Empire stars Trai Byers and Grace Gealey have tied the knot.
The 32-year-old onscreen eldest son of Lucious Lyon (Terrence Howard) wed his 31-year-old girlfriend, who plays Lucious's ex-fiancée Anika Calhoun.
TMZ reported that the duo exchanged 'I do's' in a private ceremony at a mansion on Grand Cayman Island on Thursday, with a very limited guest list which reportedly did not include any of their Empire co-stars.

The short, five table, guest list was limited to close friends and relatives, who dined on steak and lobster during the following celebration.
Following the ceremony the happy couple - and guests - celebrated dancing to hip-hop, disco, and reggae.

Saturday 16 April 2016

Coalition Air Strikes Kill 25,000 Jihadis

More than 25,000 members of the Islamic State terror group have been killed in the relentless war fought by Britain and its allies, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
The campaign has halved the number of jihadi fighters in IS-controlled areas of Syria and Iraq in just 20 months and eliminated scores of the group's leaders, with bombing raids and missile strikes by the RAF playing a crucial role.
The revelations of how IS has been dealt a series of devastating blows emerged in an exclusive interview with Colonel Steve Warren, the US military spokesman for the US-led global coalition against Islamic State.

Col Warren revealed:
The terror group's ability to make millions of dollars every day selling oil on the black market and pay its army of jihadis has been vastly reduced by repeated air attacks on IS-held oilfields;
Coalition forces are preparing to mount a final assault on their stronghold of Raqqa in Syria;
The remains of Jihadi John were 'like a greasy spot on the ground', according to the first eyewitness account of the drone strike that killed the British executioner.

Friday 15 April 2016

Manchester United Set To Axe Louis van Gaal

Manchester United will ditch Louis van Gaal this summer - even if he leads them to FA Cup glory.

Winning the FA Cup will not be enough to save Van Gaal, as United are preparing an exit strategy for him and a succession plan involving Jose Mourinho.

The Red Devils' progress to the semi-finals, and the prospect of their first trophy since Sir Alex Ferguson retired almost three years ago, has not altered the thinking among the Old Trafford hierarchy that a change is now required this summer.

And the prospect of missing out on Champions League qualification for the second time in three years (with six games to go United are fifth, four points behind fourth-placed Manchester City and with a far inferior goal difference), as well as the fact Van Gaal will be entering the final year of his contract, has strengthened the belief that this close-season is the right time to make that change.

Thursday 14 April 2016

Anthony Martial's Wife Samantha Takes Swipe At Him

The French international has split with his childhood sweetheart according to reports, with Samantha taking to Instagram this week
The wife of Man United hotshot Anthony Martial has taken a swipe at him by posting pictures of her new 'family' - amid reports she has dumped him.

It has been claimed French international striker Anthony, 20, has split with blonde childhood sweetheart Samantha, 19.

Last week Samantha stopped following the £58million striker on Instagram, and he stopped following her on social media too.

But on Monday she took what appeared to be a calculated dig at him by posting a pic of her and their eight-month-old daughter Peyton by a beach - writing: "I just want to be with you for life Peyton, I just want to be a mum."
Samantha has deleted all of the pictures of herself with Anthony on her personal Instagram account, but photos of the couple's baby daughter Peyton remain.

Kobe Caps Career On A Thrilling Note

Kobe Bryant's 20th and final NBA season came to a close on Wednesday night. He finished it exactly as he spent most of it: remorselessly and gleefully gunning.

And everybody loved it, because it was perfect. It couldn't have been more perfect.

In his last game as a professional basketball player, Bryant fully embraced the Viking funeral that began when he announced on Nov. 29, 2015, that this would be his last ride. With Los Angeles Lakers fans, NBA legends, former teammates, Hollywood royalty, his wife and his children watching his every move, Kobe entertained us all one more time with a performance that seemed, even as it was unfolding, like the stuff of fiction.
Shaquille O'Neal wasn't kidding. He really did call for 50 during an "Inside the NBA" chat last month. Back then, Kobe said no. On Wednesday, he changed his mind.

Wednesday 13 April 2016

What Do Women Want Men To Do In Bed?

1- Think like a “knob,” not a “switch”

When comparing male and female sexuality, there’s no shortage of adages: “Men are like light switches — just flip them on, and they’re ready to go. Women are like knobs — you can turn them up and down.” Or as Dr. Emily Nagoski writes in the Good in Bed Guide to Female Orgasms, “Men are like driving standard transmission — if you move through the gears in the right order, you will get where you want to go. Women are like baking a soufflé — the outcome depends on the ingredients and the chef, sure, but it also depends on the reliability of the oven, the altitude, the humidity of the day… more variables, more variability.” In short, think of foreplay as a 24-hour experience that happens both in and out of the bedroom. Sex is all about context. And while it may take very little to rev your engine, remember that she probably needs to simmer.

2- When you’re getting it on, make sure she’s completely relaxed and comfortable

Researchers in the Netherlands have found that the key to getting a woman turned on and to the heights of orgasmic bliss is a deep sense of relaxation and a lack of anxiety. Brain scans showed that the parts of women’s brains responsible for processing fear, anxiety and emotion slowed down the more aroused they became, producing a trancelike state at orgasm. Men showed far less change in these regions. “What this means is that deactivation, letting go of all fear and anxiety, might be the most important thing, even necessary, to have an orgasm,” says the study’s lead researcher, Dr. Gert Holstege.

Tuesday 12 April 2016

PICTURE OF THE DAY -Jose-Mourinho-with-Anthony-Joshua


Images for Japan’s Annual Penis Festival

An annual festival held to celebrate PENISES has been held - and hundreds have gathered to see enormous phalluses parade the streets.

Donald Trump “The Unforgiving Servant”

Few biblical characters get more scorn than “The Unforgiving Servant,” who asks for help from superior, but denies it to a lower-ranked servant. Donald Trump may be doing the same thing, complaining how Republican leaders are trying to oust him from the election, just as he uses the exact same tactics to remove John Kasich from the race.

Maybe you’re familiar with Jesus’ tale of “the Unforgiving Servant.” In the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 18, Verses 21 to 35, we learn that a servant owes his master a great fortune. He begs for forgiveness for his debt, and receives it. But then this servant meets a co-worker, who owes a small debt. The co-worker pleads for a little time to pay it back, but the mean servant tosses him in debtor’s prison, making the cruel servant “the unforgiving one.”

That biblical tale came to mind when I recently received an email from Donald Trump’s campaign. His team crowed loudly about how the Republican establishment is trying to use every trick in the book to deny their candidate the nomination.

Monday 11 April 2016

Wizkid The Most Followed Nigerian On Twitter

Last week, Nigerian pop star Wizkid made history as the first Nigerian to record two million followers on microblogging site Twitter

As it stands today Monday, April 11, 2016, the singer has further consolidated his mark by adding over 100,000 more followers to the two million mark which he reached last week.

With this feat, the Ojuelegba crooner becomes the most followed Nigerian on social media with his 1.3 million Facebook fans in addition to his 1.7 million followers on Instagram, the 25-year-old now enjoys a massive 5.1 million followers

Sunday 10 April 2016


Khloe Kardashian sounds like she has undergone two years of therapy ... she is throwing in the towel in her relationship with Lamar Odom, realizing she can not save someone who does not want to be helped.

Khloe just posted an emotional, thoughtful manifesto on her failed efforts to help a husband mired in problems. She wrote, "We have to learn to stop taking on peoples problems as if they are our own. Loving people does not mean we have to carry their burdens and confusions on our back."
Khloe clearly realizes she can not be Lamar's savior and in fact even attempting that courts disaster. She says, "You forcing your beliefs and dreams down ones throat is only going to cause resentment and possibly manifest deeper issues. Possibly to the point of no return."

Lucca, Hero Marine Dog Who Lost Her Leg In Afghanistan, Awarded Top Honor For Valor

She’s the first American canine to receive the prestigious Dickin Medal.
In 2012, Lucca, a bomb-sniffing U.S. Marine Corps dog, lost her front leg in a roadside IED blast while on duty in Afghanistan. The hero canine had already served in the military for over six years, successfully completing more than 400 missions and protecting the lives of thousands of allied troops in areas of conflict in the Middle East.

There reportedly wasn’t a single human casualty during any of her patrols.

“She is the only reason I made it home to my family and I am fortunate to have served with her,” said Gunnery Sgt. Chris Willingham, who now cares for Lucca. “In addition to her incredible detection capabilities, Lucca was instrumental in increasing morale for the troops we supported.”

This week, Lucca was recognized for her years of service and heroism.

On Tuesday, the 12-year-old German shepherd received the prestigious Dickin Medal — described as the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross — which is the highest military decoration awarded for valor in the U.K.
The People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), a British charity that’s been awarding the PDSA Dickin Medal since 1943, said it is the highest honor that any animal in the world can achieve for military service. Lucca was the first American dog to receive the medal.

Salary Scandal- APC Chairman Defends Saraki

– Kwara state APC chairman, Ishola Balogun-Fulani said the Senate president, Bukola Saraki was only receiving pension and not salary from the state government
– He was reacting to allegations that Saraki was collecting monthly salary from the state government after he left office four years ago
– He said governors and deputies of other states of the federation are also enjoying the retirement pension

Ishola Balogun-Fulani, the chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara state, has reacted to the allegation that Bukola Saraki, the Senate president was still receiving monthly salary from the state government after he left office as governor in 2011.
Bukola Saraki at the CCT during his trial on Wednesday, April 6.
Bukola Saraki at the CCT during his trial on Wednesday, April 6.

Obama: 'No political influence' In Clinton Email Server Investigation

Barack Obama has said there is no political influence in any investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state.
“I guarantee there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department or the FBI,” Obama said. “Guaranteed. Period.”
Obama, who also said Clinton “would never intentionally put America in any kind of jeopardy”, was speaking in a pre-recorded interview with Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace, his first with the conservative-slanted channel since January 2014.
He also discussed his administration’s policy and success on terror – seeking to contrast it with inflammatory statements from Republican presidential candidates – and his nomination of a judge to succeed Antonin Scalia on the US supreme court.

Thursday 7 April 2016

Manchester United Becomes 1st Club To Score 1,000 Goals At Home

Anthony Martial's goal against Everton may not have been spectacular, but it was certainly meaningful.

Aside from giving Manchester United a 1-0 advantage as it fights for Champions League qualification, it was also a milestone goal for the Red Devils. United became the first team to score 1,000 goals at home in the Premier League.

Wednesday 6 April 2016

They Failed To Plan- Bihari Criticizes 16-year PDP Rule

President Buhari said Nigeria had nothing to show for the high revenue it made from oil during PDP 16-year rule
– He noted that Nigeria made a lot of money but the PDP failed to plan for the rainy day
– The president called on all to work toward harnessing the potentials of Nigeria
President Muhammadu Buhari has faulted the 16-year rule of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

According to him, the nation was making money from oil during those years but the party failed to plan for the rainy day.

Buhari receives the President of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Dr Bernard O. Aliyu in statehouse on April 4, 2016

Buhari receives the President of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Dr Bernard O. Aliyu in statehouse on April 4, 2016
Buhari said this on Monday, April 4, while receiving the president of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Dr Bernard O. Aliyu, at the presidential villa.

In a statement by Femi Adesina, the special adviser on media and publicity, the president said: “In the First Republic, more enduring infrastructure was built with meagre resources. But in the past 16 years, we made a lot of money without planning for the rainy day.

Nasarawa Assembly Suspend Troublesome Lawmakers Indefinitely

The Nasarawa State House of Assembly yesterday put six of its legislators on an indefinite suspension for their alleged role in the free for all fight on the floor of the House on Monday.
Yesterday, the 6 legislators mainly involved in the disorderliness were summoned by DSS to give account of what happened while the other legislators voted for them to be suspended indefinitely.

The six legislators who were suspended were all APC members namely:  Abubakar Kana, Kokona West; Kassim Kassim, Akwanga South; Mohammed Okpoku, - Udega/Loko; Makpa Malla, Wamba; Musa Ali, -Keffi East; and Murtala Sodangi, -Nasarawa Central.

Monday 4 April 2016


An in investigation by more than 100 media groups shows how some of the world’s most powerful people have secreted away their money in offshore jurisdictions. King of Saudi was also named in the investigations. (AFP Photo/Alain Jocard)

World leaders, stars of the pitch and screen and dozens of billionaires were among those named and shamed in what looks to be the biggest ever leak of inside information in history.

Covering 40 years of emails, financial records and passport details, an investigation by more than 100 media groups shows how some of the world’s most powerful people have secreted away their money in offshore jurisdictions

Below are some of the main allegations made in Sunday’s release based on documents from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca:

President Buhari Is An Animal - Adeyanju Deji

Adeyanju Deji, the new media director of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has categorically called President Muhammadu Buhari an animal.
The man, known for his consistent tirades at the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) reacted to reports that the presidency was planning to kill him and make it look like it was an attack.

He also lashed out at President Buhari over his recent trip outside the country, stating that he went to America to waste the country’s time when many expected him to sign the 2016 budget.

Peoples Democratic Party Is Responsible For Fuel Scarcity - Tinubu

The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has asked Nigerians to hold the Peoples Democratic Party responsible for the ongoing fuel scarcity across the country.
 Speaking to journalists in Lagos on Saturday, Tinubu said the PDP destroyed Nigeria during its 16-year rule.
 The APC chieftain said the PDP refused to pursue what was necessary for the growth and development of the country.
 He said, “We want to stay focused and redirect Nigeria. We want to reverse the decay of 16 years. We are hearing comments from the PDP left and right. We are saying we want to clear the mess they created. For 16 good years, the PDP destroyed the country. We should not be lamenting over petrol queues today if they had seen what was necessary and done what was necessary for this country.

Sunday 3 April 2016


BARCELONA 1-2 REAL MADRID - Cristiano Ronaldo's late winner secured a comeback victory for Real Madrid in a hard-fought El Clasico clash in Barcelona. After a cagey hour of action at the Nou Camp, Gerard Pique broke the deadlock in Barcelona with thunderous header in the 57th-minute. Karim Benzema levelled matters with a superb close-range finish just past the hour mark. But Ronaldo had the final say with his late winner.

5 Shocking Facts About Sex You Didn’t Know

And you thought Sex was a natural occurrence? Well, here’s an update! Scientists from across the world have come together to prove that Sex is completely scientific, perhaps as technical as photosynthesis and we bet the following scientific facts about Sexual contact between two individuals will leave you completely shocked!

1. Some individuals are wired to have more Sex
Yes! Well, while we are not hinting at nymphomaniacs or people whose Sexual drives are overtly high but according to a University of California, Los Angeles study, an individual’s brain wiring may influence the number of Sexual partners he or she has.
The researchers came to this conclusion when they performed brain scans of volunteers as they viewed Sexually suggestive images and then probed the subjects about their individual Sexual behaviours of past year. Apparently, it turned out that individuals whose brains were most active while viewing the Sexual images, were also the ones who had most number of Sexual partners.


President Buhari at Nuclear Security Summit

More pictures below


A thrilling late charge by Lewis Hamilton rather disguised another underwhelming outing for Formula One’s new qualifying system for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix.

Hamilton pieced together the fastest lap ever run here to win his 51st pole after a mistake on the final lap of his first run had left him in fourth place; behind him on the grid will be Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg and then the red cars of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.

The dazzling lights that illuminated the Sakhir Circuit were needed to keep everyone awake for much of the time. Formula One has not so much shot itself in the foot as blasted both its legs off with this latest piece of rule changing, which was unanimously condemned when it made its debut in Australia last month but lives on to fight another Sunday and could still be around when the circus moves to China later in the month.