Nov 25, 2014

The Girl Who Gets Paid Thousands of Pounds to Endorse For Looking Like Rihanna

There is no downside to looking exactly like Rihanna – her fans approach you, freebies and some companies will even pay you thousands of Pounds to endorse their products.

That is the life that Andele Lara is living. Andele says she has landed over £13, 000 worth of clothing contracts in the past year alone.

There may be some downsides however as 22-year-old Andele Lara says that sometimes she gets followed by people who are convinced that she is Bajan singer, Rihanna.

According to Andele, she is now committed to spending her life as a professional Rihanna lookalike.

Kcee Goes Medieval as He Releases another Video for ‘Fine Face’

Kcee has released another video for his hit single ‘Fine Face’.

The new video is directed by Soso Seberekon and for the video Five Star Music artist Kcee is dressed in a medieval gear as he walks the hurdle including the forest to find his ‘fine face’ princess.

Check on it!

James Ibori’s Daughter Running for Delta State House of Assembly 2015

Erhiatake Ibori, one of the daughters of former governor Delta State governor,James Ibori, is running for a seat in the Delta State House of Assembly for theEthiope West Constituency.

You will recall that her father was convicted on 10 counts of conspiracy to defraud and money laundering in the UK and sentenced to 13 years in jail in 2012.

2face Idibia and Asa Set to Release New Music Together?

2face Idibia and Asa might have something cooking for their fans.

2face hinted at their collaboration by posting a picture of the two of them together on his Instagram page and his caption was ‘Asa my love. 2 much talent I can’t shout! What will be the title of this jam.?’

We certainly hope they drop the song soon.

PSquare Loses Their Father, Peter Okoye's Wife Lola Announced That Mr Okoye Died In Jos Yesterday After A Protracted Illness


PSquare's father Mr. Okoye died yesterday, two years after the death of their mum. Peter Okoye's wife Lola made this announcement on Instagram this morning. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

Two Female Suicide Bombers Today Attack Maiduguri Market

Two female suicide bombers attacked a crowded market in Maiduguri, Borno State this morning. Several are feared dead.

According to The Nation, the bombs were detonated at Baba Laying, a popular area within the market.

One of the bombers was reportedly caught and killed by a crowd of angry people.

Additional details of the incident are yet to be revealed.

Nov 24, 2014

New Video: Oritse Femi feat D’Banj – Double Wahala Part 2

The video for the remix version of ‘Double Wahala’ is here!

Oritse Femi, features D’Banj in a remix of his hit song ‘Double Wahala’ and in this video directed by Moe Musa and shot on location in Los Angele’s, California the two of them show off the good life.

Yes D’Banj – we see the studio wireless Beats by Dre headphones and we see the Koko garri.

Check on it!

Muslim body, MURIC, questions Jewish symbol on new N100 note

A Muslim body, the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has released a statement expressing concern over what it termed a Jewish symbol on Nigeria’s new N100 note which was unveiled recently.

The Director of MURIC, Professor Ishaq Akintola, in the statement issued yesterday November 23rd, alleged the insertion of a Jewish symbol into the new currency, demanding explanation from the Federal Government. See the statement after the cut...

“The Federal Government, on November 12, 2014 unveiled the new design for the N100 commemorative centenary banknote which will be officially issued on December 19.

However, the office of the Muslim Rights Concern has been inundated with calls for action on the Jewish symbol on the new note. Nigerian Muslims are complaining that the Arabic writing in Hausa language (the Ajami script) that read ‘Naira Dari’ (i.e. one hundred naira) on the N100 note has been removed and replaced with the Jewish symbol, the Star of David.

Eldee: A “Runs Girl” aint nothing but a High Priced Prostitute, Stop Celebrating Them


Nigerian rapper, record producer and architect, Eldee, shared his views over the weekend about “Runs girls’ and the role they play as role models to younger girls.

He shared his message on Instagram and Twitter saying ‘A “Runs Girl” Aint Nothing but a High Priced Prostitute, Stop Celebrating These Hoes & Making Them Role Models for Young Girls’

He then added to his Instagram post, ‘#tellitlikeitis #AshawoNobework Stop encouraging little girls to sell their bodies for electronic gadgets, plane tickets, and designer bags, just to be able to flex on Instagram. Our society now condones prostitution so long as you’re not standing on the road, but a whore is a whore, whether for N500 or a Birkin bag. #SaveTheNextGeneration #StopMakingProstitutionAwayOutForYoungGirls #ThereAreNobleAndLessDestructiveWaysToEarnALiving Anyway sha, I no holy pass anybody, I jus dey observe, and I get loud speaker.’

Some of his followers used his comment section to express their thoughts.

I Wholly Sympathise With Stephanie Okereke During This Harrowing Experience, Her Brother Committed A Despicable And Heinous Crime – Charles Novia

Following actress Stephanie Okereke-Linus statement about her brother's rape allegation (read here), Charles Novia has wriiten a short piece commending her bravery. Read Mr Novia's note below...
Stephanie Linus ( nee Okereke) a Nollywood actress recently put out a reproduced statement about a rape case involving her brother, Daniel Okereke , who is accused of raping a Unilag undergraduate and currently has a criminal case against him with the Police in Lagos.

Reading the statement, I could not help but feel pity and admiration for Stephanie. Indeed, it is a harrowing experience to have a family member accused of such a despicable and heinous crime and it is even more traumatic to be linked with the accused as if by being related by blood, she is culpable too in the crime. Using recent templates in entertainment, one should ask if Brandy Norwood was culpable when Ray J leaked the sex videos of Kim Kardashian a few years ago? Or some other examples I cannot remember at present?

My Brother Raped A Woman Not Me, Nigerian Press Should Stop Accusing Me Because Its Unethical And Extremely Hurtful- Actress Stephanie Linus Laments

So few days ago, Stephanie's brother Daniel Okereke was arrested for raping a student and bloggers are milking the news, using Stephanie's photos to write about the rape.

Now her manager has sent out emails to bloggers, distancing herself from the family citing that it is unethical and extremely hurtful for them to associate her with the Okereke's family because she is now a married woman.

I am distraught and devastated to hear of the recent allegation of rape brought against a relative of mine, Daniel Okereke (my brother). While it is a very difficult time for me, and my family; I feel the need to make clear my position, lest there be any doubt. Rape is rape, regardless of who the face of the accused is. Indeed, the irony is not lost on me. I have spent my lifelong career advocating and living my conviction that women around the world should be able to live free of violence, sexual harassment or any form of abuse against their persons.

Nanny Who Savagely Beat Ugandan Toddler To Face Attempted Murder Charge, After Public Outcry Of Previous 3-Years Jail Term

22-year-old maid, Jolly Tumuhirwe who was caught on camera brutalizing one-and-half-year-old child (watch here), has been charged with attempted murder and remanded in Luzira prison Kampala by the Nakawa Magistrates Court for torture under Section 41 of the Anti-Torture Act and was set to re-appear in court on December 8 after public outcry, and now the police have amended the charge.

For the last three days, baby Arnella has arguably been the most passionately discussed topic on social media after the brutal attack on her.

Daily Monitor visited the 18-month-old baby at her parents’ home in Nalya, a Kampala suburb, the family was yet to recover from the ordeal. Her mother, Angella Mbabazi, is still overwhelmed with emotion that a narration of the ordeal leaves her with bouts of tears, often breaking down.
“Another maid had recommended her to us. She told us she was from the village (Rukungiri). It is only after this nasty incident that she told us she was actually a maid in Nakulabye before coming here,” she told this newspaper yesterday.

Two Suspected Fraudsters Arraigned for €61,500 Scam

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has arraigned two suspected fraudsters, Gabriel Osereme Xavi (a.k.a. Collins Page) and Aikhaituamen Best Junior Cyril, before Justice E.F. Ikponmwen of the Edo State High Court sitting in Benin, on charges bordering on conspiracy and obtaining money by false pretence.

While Xavi was slammed with a 12-count charge, Aikhaituamen was docked on 6-count charge.

NYSC Members in FCT Protest Over Non-payment of 6 Months’ Allowances


NYSC Batch B corps Members in Kuje protesting over non-payment of 6 months allowance on Monday (24/11/14).

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members serving in Kuje Area Council on Monday staged a protest over the inability of the council to pay six months allowances owed them.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the corps members, numbering about 60, barricaded the entrance of the council secretariat displying placards on which were scripted “pay us our six months allowances; we are hungry and starving.”

Edna Akpan, the leader of the corp members, told NAN that they had earlier written to the Kuje Area Council authorities demanding that their allowances be paid but the issue was not given the desired attention.

Abuja Court Frees Nyanya Bombing Suspect


Aminu Ogwuche (m), suspected mastermind behind the April 14 Nyanya Explosion in Abuja, after his appearance at the Federal High court in Abuja on Monday

An Abuja high court has freed suspected mastermind of the April 2014 Nyanya-Abuja bombing, Aminu Ogwuche.

According to Premium Times, the court struck out a two-count terrorism charge against Oguche after months of trial over the tragic attack that left over 70 people dead.

The court made its decision based on “lack of diligent prosecution by the state.”