Mar 2, 2015

How Over 400 Edo Pastors Shared ‘N7 Billion PDP Bribe’ to Support President Goodluck Jonathan – APC

The Edo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has said over 400 clergymen in the state shared money offered as bribe to the Christian Association of Nigeria by the Peoples Democratic Party to support President Goodluck Jonathan in the March 28 presidential election.

The party, in a statement on Sunday, said some of the pastors drawn mostly from the Pentecostal bloc of the association, got between N50, 000 and N2 million from the N7 billion CAN allegedly received from the PDP and Mr. Jonathan. It, however, praised the Edo State chairman of CAN, Peter Imasuen, for not participating in the sharing of the largesse.

A Borno-based pastor, Kallamu Musa-Dikwa, recently alleged that President Jonathan, who is also the candidate of the PDP for the March 28 election, gave the Christian body N7 billion to support him.

Ghanaian News Outlets Report that Nadia Buari Has Given Birth to Twins

Nadia Buari

According to a Ghanaian news website, Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari has given birth to twins.

Myjoyonline.com states that they got confirmation of the good news from the father of the actress, Alhaji Sidiku Buari, with his commenting ‘“It’s true. She brought forth twins alright, that is true. I’m confirming [it] as the father.”

There have been a lot of congratulatory messages on Twitter but so far Nadia Buari herself has neither confirmed nor denied.

Photo of Yemi Osinbajo’s Alleged Family Home in Ogun State is Breaking Internet

Photos of APC Vice Presidential aspirant, Prof Yemi Osinbajo who visited Ogun state has been circulating social media and people are claiming it is the family house.

Some even went as far as saying that the man sitting behind him is his father because of their striking resemblance. See another photo inside...

President Jonathan Meet with 5000 Youths at the Meet The President Event in Lagos

 
President Jonathan meet with 5000 Youths at Meet The President event in Lagos, and Dancehall Star Orezi got the him dancing. Timi Dakolo, Adamu Muazu and Gov. Mimiko was also there to raise the flag at the event. See more photos inside...

Suspected Female Suicide Bomber Set Ablaze in Bauchi

A suspected female suicide bomber was yesterday burnt by an angry mob in Mudal Lawal market in Bauchi, Bauchi State. The incident, which occurred at about 7:00 pm attracted residents who rushed to the market area to behold the burnt body of the lady.

An eyewitness told Vanguard on phone that the alleged bomber refused to be screened and attempted to escape, sensing that she could not achieve her mission.

Mar 1, 2015

Pastor washes the sins of his congregation with soap and bleach (Video)

South Africa who makes his congregation eat grass and drink fuel. Another one nearly made a pregnant woman miscarry by hitting her belly several times. Now this one! He washed the sins of his congregation with soap detergent, bleach and water. And you see the people obediently going to him for bleach to be poured on them. See video after the cut...

Photos from Billionaire Ayiri Emami's Wife's House of Asba Boutique Opening

Chief Ayiri Emami, Mama Ayo Oritsejafor & Mrs Asba Emami (CEO House Of Asba) at the event
Yesterday in Warri, Delta state, billionaire Ayiri Emami's wife Mrs Asba opened her fashion boutique called the House of Asba. Her billionaire hubby was on hand to support her while Mrs Ayo Oritsejafor declared the business open. I received some pics from the event, check them all out after the cut.

GEJ meets with the three triber Leaders in Delta

President Jonathan met with a delegation of Ijaw leaders, Urhobo Stake holders, Isoko Leaders and Itsekiri Leaders at the Government House, Asaba yesterday. See more photos after the cut...

Patience Jonathan Hosts Top Nigerian Entertainers, Kate Henshaw, Onyeka Onwenu... in Aso Rock

First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan hosted top entertainers for dinner yesterday at the Aso Villa. Those spotted at the event includes Omoni Oboli, Kate Henshaw, ufuoma mcdermott, Toyin Amiaku, Susan Peters, Duncan mighty PH 1st son,J martins Kcee, Chinyere Wilfred, Aso Ekiye, Onyeka Onwenu... See more photos inside...

Ukrainian man who claims he has the world’s longest eyelashes

Ukrainian man, Valery Smagliy, 58, from Kiev, says he has the longest eyelashes in the world.

Photos From the Official Opening of Biafran Embassy in Spain

Above is a picture of Biafran Embassy that was officially opened recently in Victoria, Spain. This marks the first official opening of one the three embassies currently functioning around the world, the others being in Los Angeles USA and Moscow in Russia. See more photos from the event inside...

Actress Uche Ogbodo Flaunts Her Hot Bikini Body in Cringe Worthy Bedroom Selfie

The mother of one took to her Instagram page to share this selfie with the caption: "Hot Bikini Bod in D Making.. Hahaha". Am glad she finds it funny, just put it away Uche.

INEC: 1.8 Million PVCs Not Collected in Lagos

The In­dependent Na­tional Electoral Commis­sion (INEC) on Friday revealed that a total of 1.8 million Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) are yet to be picked up by eligible voters who are registered in Lagos.

Lagos State Resident Electoral Com­missioner, Akin Orebiyi, announced the news yesterday while visiting Governor Babatunde Fashola to demonstrate how INEC card readers would be used during the elections, The Sun reports.

Thousands of Cameroonians in Yaounde March to Show Support for Troops Fighting Boko Haram

Thousands of people in Cameroon on Saturday marched in Yaounde, the country’s capital, to protest against the Boko Haram insurgency and to show support for the Cameroonian army, which is fighting alongside Nigeria and regional neighbours to defeat the Islamist group.

One of the organisers of the march told newsmen that the march was carried out as a means of informing the public, especially those in the southern region, about the threat of the terrorists, Yahoo News reports.

“It was important to tell Cameroonians that we are at war and a part of the country is suffering…about 150,000 people have been displaced by the conflict,” said Gubai Gatama, a newspaper editor who was among the march’s organisers.