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Our Fourth Child Is Not Yours! Wife Confesses To Husband After Giving Her Life To Christ



The confession of a mother of five that her former boss was the biological father of her fourth child is now threatening her 25-year-old marriage. Her husband, 57-year-old  Isaac Jemibola, a  civil servant, has approached an Ikole Customary Court in Ekiti State, seeking the dissolution of his marriage to the woman, 48-year-old Olayemi.
Jemibola based his divorce plea on the ground that the respondent confessed committing  adultery in 2002.
He urged the court in the petition filed on January  21, to grant him custody of  the five children  from  the marriage.


The petition told the court that he married  Olayemi  in 1989 according to the native law and custom.
According to him, “after retiring to bed on January 19, my wife came to me and knelt down.
“She confessed to have had an  extramarital affair with her former boss which resulted in the pregnancy of the  fourth child.
“My wife said she had given her life to Christ and that  her desire to make heaven made her confess based on the  advice from her pastor.
“She added that the paternity of the fourth child was in doubt since both the boss and I  slept with her the same week,’’ he said.
Jemibola further told the court that he reported the matter to his parents who pleaded with the woman to reverse her confession.
“She however  insisted that she was following the dictates of the Bible.
“I purposely don’t   want to do the  DNA test because I don’t  want to hate the child.’’ he said.
Olayemi admitted committing the offence, but kicked against dissolution of the marriage.
“I did it because Jemibola was befriending another woman during the period which made him abandon me for almost six months.
“It was  that same period that my former boss, who normally took me to work in his car, made  love advances  at  me. Both men made love with me at almost the same period.
“After some years, I discovered that the child looked quite  different from his siblings and out of guilt, I decided to tell him the truth.
“I pleaded for his  forgiveness but he refused,’’ Olayemi said.

In her ruling, the court president, Mrs Yemisi Ojo, said: “In the interest of justice and in the spirit of promoting reconciliation between the two  parties, the  case  will be adjourned till  April 7 for report of settlement.’’

BOKO HARAM: It’s Unfair To Label All Muslims As Criminals – Sultan


The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, has asked Nigerians not to label Muslims as criminals due to the activities of Boko Haram insurgents in the North East, saying Boko Haram was not an Islamic group.

Abubakar spoke as the Governor of Osun State, Rauf Aregbesola, said the claims by Christians and Muslims that nobody could go to heaven except through Jesus Christ, or Prophet Mohammed, respectively, was the major cause of religious extremism or intolerance in the country.

They spoke at the first Annual Conference of Ahlus-Sunnah of Nigeria at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, yesterday.
The conference was attended by prominent Nigerians including Vice President Mohammed Namadi Sambo; former Head of State, Muhammadu Buhari; Governor Ramalan Yero of Kaduna State; Aregbesola; Speaker, House of Representatives, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal; Sultan Abubakar; former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Alhaji Yayale Ahmed; Senator Idris Umar, and some ministers. Also in attendance was a representative of the President of Niger Republic.

Speaking at the conference, Sultan Abubakar said those who referred to Boko Haram as an Islamic sect were unfair to Muslims as the group comprised of criminals who were carrying terrorist activities against the country.
According to him, ‘’Those terrorizing us are not Muslims. They are terrorists. People should not be referring to them as an Islamic sect. They are agents of insurrection.’’

Abubakar said Nigeria was not a secular country but is a multi-religious society, adding that Muslims should seek to live according to the dictates of their religion.
Other speakers blamed injustice, poverty and ignorance as major causes of disunity in the country. They said there was nothing uniting a very poor man with an extremely rich person, as both groups were in two separate worlds.

Aregbesola, one of the guest speakers, quoted copiously from the Q’uran to buttress his point that Islam was a religion of peace. He said that what obtained in Yoruba as regards the healthy relationship between Muslims and Christians should be emulated by people in other parts of the country.
Buhari who also spoke, said the panacea for peace included security and good management of the country’s resources.

’’When Obafemi Awolowo was in the Western Region and Saduana of Sokoto, Ahmadu Bello was in the North, there were no religious crises because they managed the resources well. Awolowo was a Christian and he established the Muslims Welfare Board. May God Almighty give us a leader that can deliver in 2015,’’ the former head of state said.

In his remarks, Vice President Sambo said the conference, held under the theme,“Peace and Unity for Sustainable Development”, could not have come at a better time than this period, because  of the security challenges facing the country.
Sambo said the recent anti-gay rights bill, which was signed into law, has further demonstrated that religion has taken its proper place in the country.


Burna Boy, Endia, Yung L, Eva, Sarkodie – SHUGA (Prod. Chopstix)




This song was meant to be a theme song for the just concluded MTV Shuga Series. However, it didn’t make the cut, and so it was never released. Instead, the MTV folks went with “Sweet Like Sugar”. That said, since the Shuga Naija Season is over, I feel it’s only right to let y’all listen to it (and download ofcourse). The jam is too good to slip away.

Here’s “SHUGA” by Burna Boy, Endia, Yung L, Eva and Sarkodie as produced by Chopstix. Enjoy



LASU Announces Date Of Resumption



It has been confirmed that the earlier decision to shutdown the Lagos State University indefinitely has recalled and a date has been fixed for it’s re-opening.

Lagos State University (LASU) Senate has fixed  Monday, February 24, to reopen  the school, shut down  three  weeks ago following students protests that escalated into violence in the school premises

After several hours of  deliberations  of the Senate made up of   Provosts, Deans and Directors, it was directed that the university be re-opened  on the chosen date.

According to the school management, the development was to allow the final year students across all departments of the institution sit for their 2012/2013 academic session second semester examinations.


Valentine’s Day Massacre : 27 Killed; Man, Pregnant Wife Roasted; Politician Killed


It was tragedy on a day the world celebrated St Valentine’s Day, dedicated to lovers. The deaths, on Friday, include the 27 killed in an auto crash in Oji River, Enugu; a man and wife roasted in Benue State and a politician allegedly shot dead by a drunken policeman in Oro, Kwara State.

The Oji River incident occurred when a truck carrying stones skidded off the road and crashed into a market, killing at least 27 persons. Some primary school students, said to be returning from school at the time of the incident, were, reportedly, among the victims.

Scores of traders, including motorcycle riders, sustained various degrees of injuries as a result of the accident, which occurred at the popular Oji River Wonderful Market on a day Nigerians were marking Valentine’s Day.

The truck, descending a hill from the Enugu end of the road, according to eye witnesses, skidded off the road after a brake failure and rammed into vehicles and motorcycles.

At least, ten motorcycles and four vehicles were damaged beyond repairs while several shops were also hit. When Sunday Vanguard visited the scene of the accident, yesterday, an operation was in progress to remove corpses under the rubbles of shops pulled down by the truck. Most of the victims were operators of boutiques, medicine stores and provision shops by the roadside.

The police, officials of the Federal Road Safety Commission and Civil Defense Corps, who were part of the operation, described the crash as fatal. Eyewitnesses said those who sustained injuries were taken to the Oji River General Hospital while those with critical cases were rushed to National Orthopaedic Hospital, Enugu. Chairman of the Market Association, Mr Augustine Mba, described the development as “tragic”, stressing that it was ” a dark day in the history of the market”.

“This is sad. I was here in my shop when I heard the bang and rushed to discover that it was an accident which claimed many lives. There are Okada people, there are traders, there are passers -by among other victims. Goods destroyed are worth several millions of naira. I don’t know the number of persons that died but it is not below eight.

This is not the first time this kind of incident is taking place here. Two years ago, we witnessed a similar incident where various traders were killed”, he said. According to him, the incident occurred around 3.00pm when the market was at full operation.

Chairman of the local government, Onyebuchi Jideofor, who mobilised to ensure that victims were rescued, was spotted helping to clear the debris. He lamented the loss which he blamed on the inability of some road users to adhere to laid down rules. The Enugu State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, confirmed that a total of 27 corpses were recovered from the scene.

He said that the rescue operation, which began after the incident, on Friday, lasted till yesterday afternoon, adding that investigations had commenced to determine the cause of the accident. Fatal shooting In Oro, in Irepodun local government area of Kwara State, tragedy struck when a police officer shot dead one Hon. Femi Awoyale, a former chairmanship aspirant of Ekiti local government under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP).

The development sparked protests by youths in the town as the police officer, who was about to be lynched by a mob, was taken away by his colleagues from the scene of the incident. Sunday Vanguard gathered that the incident happened around 11:15pm on Friday when fun seekers, including Awoyale, converged in the popular” Topmost Hotel” in Oro for the celebration. Meantime,management of the hotel had invited the police to provide security for the Valentine’s Day fun seekers. An eye witness said the un-named officer, drunk, suddenly woke up from his sleep when he heard noise of trouble makers and fired twice into the air.

The tension doused, the drunken policeman rose up again and released another gun shot which, this time, pierced the wall of the hotel and hit Awoyale in the chest where he was said to be having fun. The victim slumped and all efforts made to revive him proved abortive; he died.

The lifeless body of the deceased was deposited at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital(UITH) mortuary. The angry mob at the scene were about to lynch the said officer when his colleagues smuggled him out. This development put an abrupt end to the Valentine Day’s celebration. The killer police officer has been arrested for interrogation by the state police command. Kwara State Police Command Public Relations Officer(PPRO), ASP Ajayi Okasanmi, confirmed the incident.

Trapped in fire In the Makurdi, Benue State capital, incident, a pregnant woman and her husband, identified as Mr. Avaan, were roasted in a mysterious fire disaster. Sunday Vanguard gathered that the inferno, which engulfed the residence of the deceased persons, located at Akpehe area of the town, may have been started by a surge in public power supply.

“We were woken up at about midnight, on Friday, by wailings from the block of flats and, when we all ran to the place, we discovered that one of the two flats was on fire”, an eye witness said. “The fire was so intense that it was difficult for anyone to get close to the house.

The pregnant and her husband were shouting for help because it appeared as if they could not lay their hands on the keys to the door. “Though they both struggled to the door of the house where they eventually died, efforts by co-tenants and neighbours to rescue the duo was an exercise in futility because we were helpless.

“We must also appreciate the quick intervention of the state fire service which wasted no time before storming the scene; if not for their swift response, the entire neighbourhood could have been on fire.” A source said the deceased couple were recently married and were expecting their first child before the tragedy struck.

Meanwhile, sympathizers were seen trooping to the scene of the inferno wailing after catching a glimpse of the charred remains of the couple.

Youtube Deletes Olu Maintain’s “Enuff Efizzi” Video


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In what could be called the most expensive music video by a Nigerian Artist, Olu Maintain’s ‘ Enuff Efizzi’ which this writer reviewed two days ago has been deleted by Youtube.According to Youtube, the content of the video violated their terms of service. Like this writer stated in the review, Olu’s ‘Enuff Efizzi’ was a very unusual music video.The entire scenes of the said video did not match the accompanied audio.When you have a 4/4 tempo tune where one would have expected him to showcase our culture through this video, he opted like he did in his last video to fool around with an unlit cigar, wearing chains inside a jacuzzi , the entire concept to me doesn’tmake any sense. Viewers also saw Olu having a deep kiss with one of the models.It was also disgusting seeing him with unshaven armpit while he tries to portray a clean outlook.

Now, my personal opinion above may no tbe the reason why his multi-million project was deleted.The melody of the said song was composed off a bass line of a popular song that made waves in the 80?s which I also mentioned in my write up. Olu quickly deleted my review on his timeline as soon as he read my remarks.In the past, an artist could buy a Youtube views and gets away with it, Youtube now has a mechanism that makes it practically impossible for you to try that scam which made many musicians overnight ‘stars’.This video by Olu Maintain is what I will call a lost opportunity. Olu really raised the bar in that video. The picture quality is second to none.

The models, locations were all carefully selected.Olu’s ‘Enuff Efizzi’s video is a display of affluence,flaboyancy as mostacts abroad do in their video. Why Youtube used a sledge hammer on it, might not be un connected with what I stated above.In all, Olu can still re-edit and repost that video, abiding by Youtube guidelines. If he fails to do so, the entire millions of naira spent in making that video will be a waste.Olu may never recover from the shock. I wish this local based bro, the best of luck.

Cool DP – RoRa (Prod. By Echo)




Olusegun Dennis Temidayo popularly known as COOL DP is young talented high-life/dancehall artiste hail from South West part of Nigeria. COOL DP discovered his music talent when he was in high school and he was inspired by Nigerian and international artistes like Baba Fela, Sir Shina Peter, Nelly, P. Diddy and many more. He’s one of fast rising up and coming artiste that keep his music hustle tight though he’s currently unsigned. Im proud to bring you the first official single after several freestyle singles and collaboration. I hereby present to you fresh and dope dancehall single titled RORA (easy) produced by young talented producer ECHO. This is a track to add as favourite and put on replay. Meanwhile official video will be release soon and to be directed by Unlimited L.A….Download RORA, Press Play and drop your comment!
Connect with Cool DP on Twitter: @iamcooldp

Boko Haram Targets Villages As Army Sweeps Cities


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Facing a crackdown by the military in cities, Islamist militants are targeting villages in the northeast, killing about 160 people this year alone in Borno State and signalling there’s no respite in their five-year-old insurgency.

In one of the latest assaults, suspected members of the Boko Haram group killed 39 people on February 11 when they attacked a police station, houses and mosques in Konduga, about 38 kilometres southeast of the Borno State capital.

Last month, 85 people died in an attack on Kawuri village that destroyed 300 houses and shops.

Since President Goodluck Jonathan imposed a state of emergency on Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states last May, the military has claimed to have knocked back Boko Haram which is fighting to impose Sharia.

Boko Haram started its violent campaign after its leader, Mohammed Yusuf, died in police custody in July 2009. Boko Haram has not carried out an attack on a high-profile metropolitan target since 2011 when it bombed the United Nations building in Abuja and a church at Suleja near the federal capital.

Violence has eased too in Maiduguri, a city of about 1 million people that was the birthplace of Boko Haram, residents say.

The US, which designated Boko Haram a “terrorist’’ organization in November, said that during the attack on Konduga the insurgents kidnapped young women from two schools in the area.

The Federal Government should ensure that those abducted during the raid “are safely returned to their families and bring the perpetrators to justice as soon as possible,” the US Embassy said yesterday in a statement.

The military claims to have killed at least 150 militants in three major pushes in Borno State since December 20, including a January 9 shootout in which 38 rebels died.

Colonel Muhammad Dole, the military spokesman in Borno, said the army plans to press ahead with its strategy of chasing the militants in an effort to smash the insurgency.

In Adamawa State, which borders Borno, nine soldiers were killed in a gunfight with Boko Haram members on Thursday. More than 10,000 Nigerians have fled into Cameroon and Niger, the United Nations Refugee Agency said last month. Hundreds more are moving to the south .

As the attacks spreads in the countryside, isolated villages in Borno such as Gwoza, where a roadside bomb killed at least seven people last month, are bearing the brunt of the violence.

“Residents of Gwoza and other nearby villages have been living in great fear of any possible attacks by members of the Boko Haram sect,” said Mohammed Musa, a farmer who travels to Maiduguri to sell his beans. These terrorists have continued to attack our villages killing innocent people,” he said.

JUSTICE: Killer Policeman Arrested For Murder To Face Trial



Tragedy struck last Saturday along the Ikpoba Hill river, along the Benin Agbor road when a police officer identified as Corporal Valentine Ofuamaka (pictured below after his arrest), attached to the Mopol 5, Benin City with force number 364780, shot dead a 35 year old Odion Egbon, a truck driver.
The incident caused pandemonium as tanker drivers blocked the entire road searching for the killer cop. However, the Edo state Police Commissioner averted what could have resulted to a bloody clash between the police and tanker drivers when CP Folunso Adebanjo stormed the scene and appealed to the tanker drivers and the families of the deceased to be calm while the police search for the suspect.

Following the tension, the Edo state Police Command issued a statement saying that the runaway police officer is attached to the Police Special Protection Unit and not the Edo State Police Command. CP Adebanjo however vowed that the suspect will be arrested.

However the family of the deceased continued their protest in Benin City and that attracted the attention of Governor Adams Oshiomhole who invited the family to Government House.

Addressing the family, Oshiomhole said, “I want to express my condolences to the family of the Late Odion Egbon. From the narration, a trigger happy policeman killed him. Our laws are clear. Nobody has the right to take the life of another person except as prescribed by the Constitution of Nigeria. Whether you are in uniform or out of uniform, we are all duty bound to respect tLhe laws of the land.

From the narrative, it is clear that the man was inside his truck and there was no scuffle or whatever, so clearly this was one death that was completely avoidable.

The same day the incident happened, the Commissioner of Police called to brief me about this very sad incident and he assured me that everything is being done to apprehend those policemen regardless of whichever unit they belong to. We have a duty not only to protect lives and properties but also to ensure that law enforcement agencies recognise that they too are under the law and they have no right to do this sort of thing that they did. I want to assure you that both the Edo State Government and the Police are doing everything as we speak to track down those policemen who are alleged to be involved in this murder. I have every reason to believe that we will get them and they will be brought to justice.

We will continue to ensure that the protection of the rights of citizens particularly the right to life is respected by all agencies of government, whether it be Federal, State or Local. I assure you that the police are already doing everything possible to ensure that they are brought to justice. To say that it is painful is an understatement and I share your pains, and your grief and the feelings in your heart that someone who went about his business found himself being killed in his truck.” The Governor however appreciated the family for not taking the law into their hands saying “the kind of situation would have been enough to trigger a violent protest. So please, don’t take laws into your hands. Everything is being done and I believe the outcome will be satisfactory”, he assured.




PHOTOS: OMG!! SEE The Revealing Cloth This S£xy Girl Wore In Public


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this fashion madnes……….


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