Friday, 29 April 2011


My loves and one of my very fav couples are getting married tomorrow the 30th of April and am uber excite congrats Ide and Tolu and i wish you guys the best.Pls guys wish them in your prayers.


I think this cake is very simple oh! because i have seen a 13 tier wedding cake in my beloved Nigeria and it had uneccessary designs.


Monalisa Chinda and her beautiful daughter Tamar



You would think that the wedding was in Nigeria as there were different parties ranging from The royal wedding viewing party to an after party tonight and am wondering arent we just international famzers in this country?
The wedding was just simplicity and class defined,she entered the church as normal,no clapping nothing all the vows were said and very emotional too,because i know if it was a Nigerian marrying Prince William ehen,the wedding would be for a month and she would change 6 times before she reach alter and then somebody in the crowd would shout pra pra praiseeeeeeeeeeeeee the Lord and na so everybody go erupt with halleluyahhhhhhhh...I loved everything about the wedding and her dress too was simple,no unusually long train and i hope future husband you were watching oh!


The way i love Dakore and Olumide you will think one of them is my sibling.Anyways am uber excited now cuz D is pregnant, wooohooo..wishin you all the best darling and the baby would be too beautiful.

Friday, 15 April 2011


This song was already hot on its own,dont see a need for the video. Enjoy!


Trybe Records run by Eldee recently announced an initiative called "Top Talent". It is a platform for unsigned Nigerian artists of all genres that allows them to showcase their talent and possibly get a record deal. The contest requires unsigned talent to enter an mp3 song for free by sending an email with their song attached then eLDee and his team of A&Rs will listen to all entries and select the top 10. The top 10 entries will be posted on a website for free online voting by the general public. The Top Talent based on online votes will automatically get featured on ELDee's upcoming "Is it your money Vol.2" album including a possible music recording deal offer from Trybe Records.


To enter;

* Pls send ONE mp3 song (NO LINKS) to: You MUST be the owner of the song or recording to enter the competition. Deadline for entries is April 22, 2011 at 2:00am EST.

* All songs will go through a pre-screening process by internal team and the best 10 songs will be posted online. Links for listening and voting will be provided at ( on April 25, 2011.

* General public will listen and vote online to narrow down to the best 3 artists.Top 3 get scrutinized further by internal team. Top 3 songs with the highest number of online votes selected on May 6, 2011

* and Winner announced May 13, 2011.

Your entry will be disqualified if;
* You send more than ONE song
* You send in a collaboration song (It is difficult to tell who is who)
* You send in a song which you do not own the copyright to (Its OK to do a cover song, but you must be the artist who did the performance on the recording)

* By sending your song to, you agree that your song may be published online for streaming and voting by the general public.


I think he is so handsome and very smart.


Na wa oh! Watch the woman in the green traditional wear and scarf closely.


Its going to be the biggest music meets fashion show ever in Nigeria. PLAYCENTER AND THE BEAT FM proudly presents MUSIC RUNWAY 2011 happening live in Lagos.The biggest designers in the Nigerian industry,Mind blowing performances by chart topping artists,you dont want to miss this.Keep the month of July very free as you will need to be there or be dulled.
More information coming soon,proudly supported by HOMEMADE ENTERTAINMENT.Also chances to win free tickets.


Information just reaching me said that the Air Ghana office in Ikoyi, Lagos was in flames. The fire started from a fault in the generator and then spread to the building, razing parts of it. According to reports, a crowd gathered around the building, attempting to put the flames out and it was contained in good time. Hope no vital information was lost and no one injured


We at wish Alibaba and Mary B a happy wedding anniversary.We love you.

Thursday, 14 April 2011


Come Friday April 22, 2011 the first ever biopic for a Nigerian artiste, the movie ‘Ghetto Dreamz’ would be premiered at the Silverbird Cinemas in Lagos.

The movie directed by Daniel Adenimokan 'Ghetto Dreamz' tells the story of the late rap artiste DAGRIN. The film chronicles the growing years of Dagrin, his struggles, his rise to fame and his death and it features Trybson the Stingomania’s hip hop sensation as Dagrin and other nollywood stars like Doris Simeon, Rachel Oniga, Pa Kasumu, Kenny Saint brown, Jaywon and a fast rising Oyindamola Odesola and others.

Prior to the premiere of ‘Ghetto Dreamz’ on Wednesday April 20th, a mini concert will be held in honour of Dagrin at the Atrium, Cinema floor of the Silverbird Galleria and on the 30th of April at the National Stadium (Gymnasium Hall) another concert and candlelight secession will be held to mark the first anniversary of his death. Some of the superstars already scheduled to perform include Olamide, Dj Zeez, Naeto C, KSB, Jaywon, YQ, Goldie, Edris Abdulkareem, Sheyman, General Pype, Trybson Dudukoko, Baba Nee, Kas, Flavour, and Obesere and others.

Ghetto Dreamz will be in cinemas across the country from April 22nd.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011


I just stumbled on this picture on a friends bb and i think she is so pretty Gosh!!!! And its her birthday today,so we at wish her a very happy birthday and God's blessings.


Oh! how i love Oladipupo and till date this is one of the best Naija videos i have seen.


I've been hearing this news or should i say rumor but i'm not sure of it. I hear Nuhu Ribadu of Action congress of Nigeria (ACN) has bowed out of the Presidential race in favor of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) candidate, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (Rtd) as some form of alliance against GEJ and am wondering why???From the result of the just concluded NASS elections,ACN seems to be taking all,so if anybody should step down in my own opinion it should be Buhari,as Ribadu is even more popular and we can attest to some of his works,not to say Buhari didnt do anything when he was in power. If this is true pls confirm and share your information for us all here.



Am guessing this was their rag day.


Meet Peter and Paula Imafidon, 9-year-old twins from Waltham Forest in northeast London.These two youngest siblings of their family are about to make British history as the youngest students to ever enter high school. They astounded veteran experts of academia when they became the youngest to ever pass the University of Cambridge ’s advanced mathematics exam. That’s on top of the fact they have set world records when they passed the A/AS-level math papers.

Chris Imafidon, their father, said he’s not concerned about his youngest children’s ability to adapt to secondary school despite their tender age. “We’re delighted with the progress they have made,” he said. “Because they are twins they are always able to help and support each other.”
To Peter and Paula’s parents, this is nothing new. Chris Imafidon said he and his wife have been through this before: they have other super-gifted, overachieving children.

Peter and Paula’s sister, Anne-Marie, now 20, holds the world record as the youngest girl to pass the A-level computing, when she was just 13. She is now studying at arguably the most renowned medical school in the United States , Johns Hopkins University , in Baltimore .
Another sister, Christina, 17, is the youngest student to ever get accepted and study at an undergraduate institution at any British university at the tender age of 11.
And Samantha, now age 12, had passed two rigorous high school-level mathematics and statistics exams at the age of 6, something that her twin siblings, Peter and Paula, also did.

Chris Imafidon migrated to London from Nigeria over 30 years ago and despite his children’s jaw-dropping, history-making academic achievements, he denies there is some “genius gene” in his family,instead, he credits his children’s success to the Excellence in Education program for disadvantaged inner-city children.

“Every child is a genius,” he told British reporters. “Once you identify the talent of a child and put them in the environment that will nurture that talent, then the sky is the limit. Look at Tiger Woods or the Williams sisters [Venus and Serena] — they were nurtured. You can never rule anything out with them. The competition between the two of them makes them excel in anything they do.”

Holy spirit mother of God,i receive an excellent brain oh! chai see this small kids,they passed ADVANCED STATISTICS and me i run away from any calculation.I need to find this kids now,need to learn from them.Note to my future children:you will drink breast milk until you cant take again oh! as i hear children that drink a lot of breast milk are smarter.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011


The first movie to be released is “Damage“, the movie stars Uche Jombo and Kalu Ikeagwu as a married couple in an abusive relationship.

The second is titled “My Life, My Damage” starring Tonto Dikeh. It deals with the consequences of drug abuse and HIV/AIDS, a young lady who lives a reckless life abroad as a drug addict is given a rude shock when she discovers that she’s HIV positive and now has to seek redemption for herself.

The third movie in the series is titled “My Country, Their Damage“. It deals with the issue of human trafficking. A young and naive village girl has her dreams come true when an American returnee asks for her hand in marriage,with promises to take her abroad once she’s done with her education, the girl couldn’t have asked for a better future. But alas on getting there, she realises that all that glitters isn’t exactly gold.

Take 2! Goodluck Jonathan answers the hard questions – in exclusive Y! Magazine interview!

After three successful editions, the editors of Y! Magazine are
pleased to announce its elections issue! Themed The RSVP Issue,
(Register.Select.Vote.Protect), this historic edition achieves an
impressive string of firsts.

In an unprecedented show of acceptance, President Goodluck Jonathan
sits down to a live interview with Y! – a two-hour exclusive with
Chude Jideonwo, the Editor, and Aziza Uko.

Mr. Jonathan – the one candidate with everything to lose as the
incumbent and the only democratic president not elected into office -
takes on hard questions about the youth debate, the power sector, the
Benin-Ore road, Wiki leaks, the EFCC, the PDP, with exclusive pictures
from TY Bello and Obi Somto.

Sample questions below:

Power – you took it as a priority when you came into office – but, as
with successive governments, one year down the line in terms of
practical change in everyday lives, not much seems to have changed.
Why not?

I cannot agree with you that not much have changed. Before Nigeria
started investing in the IPPs our production was just about 1000MW now
we have attained 4000 MW even though by the investments we have made
we should have attained 10,000MW if not for the constitutional
challenges that we faced in investing money from all ties of
government into the IPPs. But we are back on track and will make quick

Also, we have seen the usual band of millionaires who seem to support
every government of the day making headlines as supporters of your
campaign. Many believe that these people are not inspired by your
message, rather their own selfish interest to remain in favor of your
government. Can you assure us of independence from these money-bags if

I run an independent government and at all times our decision-making
process has placed national interest over special interests. This is
how we have managed to solve problems like perennial fuel scarcity.

Many Nigerians have also come out to strongly identify the PDP’s big
umbrella with its many narrow interests, as the problem with the
country. Some like Prof Wole Soyinka, have said the PDP is wired
against Nigeria’s good, what would you say to that?

Nigeria is a country with many challenges and I can appreciate our
collective impatience to make progress. The problems we have cannot be
belittled to the point of seeing them as problems of PDP or problems
caused by the PDP. The problems we have are problems that the PDP is
not solving fast enough. I concede.

More of these hard questions on the lips of every Nigerians and frank
answers are in the latest issue of Y!

“We are proud of this achievement because it is the first time that a
serving President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria would grant a
lifestyle magazine an interview,” said Ms. Uko, who assumed the
position of Y!’s Editor-at-Large in March. “And it is the first time
that Mr. President would grant a face-to-face sit-down with any media
outfit this campaign season. We are obviously very proud of this scoop
– hence our special double-cover issue.”

It’s a double cover – and the second cover has MI, Banky W, Omoni
Oboli, Sound Sultan, Ruggedman and Ice Prince share their thoughts on
these elections and the future, plus an exclusive RSVP shoot with Obi

Y! also chronicles the historic youth participation and organization
in these elections. Nmachi Jidenma reports on how young people are
organizing in Working for Change, James Sambo scores on youth
volunteering for various campaigns in Team Spirit, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu
shares his experience hosting Nigeria’s first ever youth-focused
presidential debate, Ifreke Inyang takes a crucial look at the impact
of Twitter and Facebook in these elections in Online vs Offline,
there’s an interview with Nigeria’s youngest campaign manager Ohimai
Amazie, Cheta Nwanze writes Don’t forget the Governors and for those
Spoilt for Choice, four supporters tell what’s special about their
Muhammadu Buhari, Nuhu Ribadu, Goodluck Jonathan and Ibrahim Shekarau.

In a style shoot, Y! captures the young (and the old) in everyday
situations who say one thing – it’s cool to vote! And, in addition to
this bumper package, Y! debuts Y! XTRA – a pictures, parties, fashion,
and style pullout that comes free!

“Call it recommended reading for the 2011 elections - and after!” said
its Managing Editor, Adebola Williams. “We call this a collector’s
item – and we know for certain that this historic RSVP edition is
guaranteed to blow you away.”

The magazine is available from Tuesday, April 11 nationwide. In Lagos, it is
available at the Silverbird Stores, The Palms and Terra Kulture in
Victoria Island as well as Osata Supermarket in Ikeja and all
airports. In Abuja, it is available at the Silverbird stores and with
vendors. In Port Harcourt, it is available with vendors at Emele, NTA,
at the Airport and Roundabout. Customers flying on Dana Air also get
copies of the magazine in flight.


I put on this blog sometime ago about a certain Bunmi Akinleye who had bone marrow cancer and was in dire need of help,she was also Ronke Oshodi-Oke's PA.News reaching us says she died yesterday at the University teaching hospital Ibadan.So so sad,our condolences go to her family and Mrs Oshodi-Oke.

Monday, 11 April 2011



Its so painful to lose a child and our heart goes out to cute actress Toyin Aimakhu.
She recently lost her 6 months old pregnancy and spoke about her miscarriage to reporters: "I am so sad right now but God has a reason for everything. Yeah, I lost the pregnancy and it is very painful. It was six months gone and I was looking forward to having my baby. During the shooting of my last movie, I did go through a lot of stress and fell ill and recovered. I was even planning to premiere the movie before I travel out to deliver until I fell ill again. I was diagnosed of malaria and on Wednesday March 23rd, I was rushed to the hospital and probably because of the drugs I took, I lost the baby."


Stan Kroenke, the American who is poised to add English soccer club Arsenal to his bulging portfolio of sports clubs, is a property billionaire who pumps his money into his childhood passion. Nicknamed 'Silent Stan' because of his low profile, Kroenke made a big noise on Monday with news he had agreed to take over Arsenal in a deal which would value the Premier League club at 731 million pounds ($1.2 billion).


We are asking who you are voting for president and why?Pls pls endeavour to leave your comments,thanks.

Nuhu Ahmed Ribadu (ACN)

Rev. Peter Uchenna Nwangwu (ADC)

Ibrahim Shekarau (ANPP)

Sir Lawrence Makinde Adedoyin (APS)

Yahaya E. G. K. Ndu (ARP)

Ifeanyichukwu Godswil Nnaji (BNPP)

Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (Rtd) (CPC)

Rev. Christopher Oghenebrorie Okotie (FRESH)

Chief Ambrose Owuru (HDP)

Christopher Chukwudumebi Nwaokobia (LDPN)

Hon. Rasheed A. Shitta Bey (MPPP)

Dele Momodu (NCP)

Dr. Solomon Akpona (NMDP)

John Omoniyi Dara (NTP)

Alh. Mahmud Mudi Waziri (PDC)

Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (PDP)

Nwadike Batos Chikezie O. (PMP)

Prince Lawson Igboanugo Aroh (PPP)

Prof. Patrick Okedinachi Utomi (SDMP)

Chief Ebiti Onoyom Ndok (UNPD)


News reaching me states that Nia Long will not be acting alongside Omotola Jalade and John Dumelo again and in replacement for her its Kimberly Elise (the star of Diary of a mad black woman) and i love this woman so much,such a beautiful actress,one of my fav movies of her till date is "for colored women"
According to what the brain behind the project, Leila Djansi posted on her facebook wall, Kimberly is already in Accra to shoot the movie.


Its been barely a month since Japan suffered from a earthquake measuring 9.0 magnitude. Following that deadly earthquake, which left thousands dead and several others unaccounted for,another earthquake which measured 6.4 occurred. Today, a third earthquake hit the country,the earthquake hit the city of Tokyo in the north east region of Japan, and is said to have measured 7.1 magnitude (higher than the 2nd one). Tsunami warnings have been issued. Like play like play the world would come to an end in the twinkle of an eye


Two of nollywoods's best have just been made UN ambassadors and we at HOMEMADE ENTERTAINMENT say a very big congratulations.


My Uncle Yoms and his very pretty wife Lolade(She is my name sake).

BREAKING NEWS: Ivory Coast Gbagbo captured

Ivory Coast's self-declared president Laurent Gbagbo has been captured and will be brought to justice, the country's ambassador to the United Nations Youssoufou Bamba said Monday.
Gbagbo "is well and alive and will be brought to justice," said Bamba.
Security forces loyal to president-elect Alassane Ouattara arrested him, the former rebel leader turned prime minister Guillaume Soro told Agence-France Presse.
Forces loyal to the two men who claim to be president of Ivory Coast had clashed in the country's main city overnight, the United Nations and a local resident told CNN Monday.

U.N. forces are not planning strikes on Gbabgo's forces Monday but were prepared to hit his troops "if it's needed," said Hamadoun Toure, a spokesman for U.N. mission to the country.
The U.N. "was not involved" in the fighting between Gbagbo's troops and those of Alassane Ouattara overnight, Toure said.
Gbagbo lost a presidential election to Ouattara in November, according to international observers, but refused to leave office. The two sides have been battling for control of the main city, Abidjan, for weeks.
U.N. military helicopters pounded heavy weapons positions of fighters loyal to Gbagbo on Sunday, United Nations officials said.
The attack came after pro-Gbagbo forces shelled the hotel where Ouattara and the United Nations are headquartered, said Choi Young-jin, head of the U.N. mission in the country.
"So we decided we cannot pass this moment without action," Choi said.
Together with the French military, U.N. forces targeted key positions. Choi said there were "several camps" belonging to the Gbagbo loyalists. "We are taking them out."
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he ordered the military operation Sunday "to prevent the use of heavy weapons which threaten the civilian population of Abidjan and our peacekeepers."
The U.N. mission does not extend to extracting Gbagbo from his residence, Choi said. It would be up to pro-Ouattara forces to oust Gbagbo, he said.
Ban renewed his call for Gbagbo "to step aside immediately."
"Civilians are bearing the brunt of the violence," the secretary-general said. "The fighting must stop. Mr. Gbagbo needs to step aside immediately."
U.N. spokesman Toure said that Gbagbo loyalists continue to control three main areas -- the presidential palace, Gbagbo's residence and the state television station, RTI. He said the French military and U.N. forces are in charge of the Abidjan port.
Violence erupted after Ivory Coast's disputed presidential election in November and escalated into all-out war when Ouattara's forces launched an offensive that brought them into Abidjan.
As Gbagbo has refused to cede power, the political stalemate has plunged the cocoa-producing West African nation into crisis.
The U.N. human rights office said Friday that its investigators found more than 100 bodies over 24 hours in three Ivory Coast towns.
Ouattara's forces appeared to be on the verge of capturing Gbagbo last week, but he seems to have used an offer to negotiate as a way to buy time and gather his forces.
Mark Toner, acting deputy spokesman for the U.S. State Department, released a statement Saturday echoing that idea.
"It is clear that Gbagbo's attempts at negotiation this week were nothing more than a ruse to regroup and rearm. Gbagbo's continued attempt to force a result that he could not obtain at the ballot box reveals his callous disregard for the welfare of the Ivorian people, who will again suffer amid renewed heavy fighting in Abidjan," he said.
Most areas of the capital, however, are now under U.N. or French military control, journalist Seyi Rhodes reported from the French military base in Port Bouet. The French military has been working to reconnect the disrupted water and electricity supply in the country's main city.

Sunday, 10 April 2011


My very beautiful friend and her adorable daughter and husband.xo

Saturday, 9 April 2011


I dont know when we started training suicide bombers in this country oh! What type of rubbish is this,why are people dying for no just cause,what happened to THE FUTURE NIGERIA,is this the legacy we want to leave behind for our children, a legacy of bombers and idiots.Why cant we all come together in unity,why? This is very depressing and i hope we really come together before we kill ourselves.

There has been another bomb blast in Maiduguri with ” serious casualties ” at collation centre.I know one thing for sure these fools wont go unpunished.


THIS beautiful video thanks to SKANK.



LOCATION: some slum in Lagos. The apartment is this face-me-I-face-you type


(Wakes up from his mat on the floor which he was sleeping on and walks to compound where he finds Waje sweeping. He smiles and tiptoes to her and tickles her)


(Startled and turns around)




Hey princess, I’m so into you

(They both hug)

Cos you see past where my revenue

(He places his one hand on her cheek with the other on the waist and they both look into each other’s eyes)

Is and love me for me, clever you

(She uses her hand to indicate “don’t mention/it’s nothing” and continues sweeping)

Leave you; that is something I’d never do

(He says this behind her while she’s sweeping)

Other girls just wanna get rich quick

(Taps her to show her girls across the street in miniskirts and revealing clothes adjusting themselves and pushing up their breasts waiting for men)

See them running things like Olympics

(Cars stops in front the girls across the road and picks up two)

Married men chopping them like biscuits

(The car stops in front of a hotel and the girls come out of the cars in ‘arms-in-arms’)

They’re fast food girls; they fish stinks

(They girls and the man come out of the hotel all of them adjusting their clothes like they just had sex)

But what we have is realistic

(MI uses his hand to move Waje’s face to himself in order to get her attention)

There’s no forming girl, no film tricks

(Talks to her while using his hand to demonstrate. Then he sees a girl walking down the street and get distracted because the girl is giving him the ‘green light’)


(Gets jealous)

(Pushes him and walks away)


I no go chop outside, no picnics

(Runs to Waje to apologize to her)

Because you and I are both the statistics

(Touches her)


(Pushes his hand away)


It don’t matter if I got ego, we got something we can build on lego


(Turns around to look at him)



And even if your friends don’t say so, what do they know

(They both hug)


WAJE (chorus)

Whether na one naira

(Blows the firewood)

Whether na one million

(Cleans the sweat off her face)

Baby you got me

(Turns the soup)

Baby you got me

Whether na one naira

(Uses a hand fan to blow the fire)

Whether na one million

Baby you go me

(Turns the eba)

Baby you go me



(Arrives the building site and looks around for MI)

You’re the only one that I see, that I see,

(Waves at him)


(Drops the shovel and starts walking towards her)


Mu na gin a nu garri

(They both hug)

Whether or not you get money

(They both sit down and see opens up the food she brought for him to start eating)

I’d stay with you if you stay with me.

(MI eating)


(Rushing the food into his mouth)

If you follow stay chop kwa kwa




When I’m living at the bay, Takwa

(Stops eating and drops the plate)


(Gives him a sachet of pure water)


Friends with Oprah and Obama

(Opens the water, drinks from it and washes his hands)

Guess who is going to be my baby mama and wifey

(She asks ‘who?’ silently)



(At the other end of the building site to his girlfriend)


(Asks silently ‘for real?’)



Cos you loving me when nobody liked me

And you feeling me when nobody hype me

(Puts his hand on her face)

And when the money comes, you are going to be beside me


(Smiles and packs the dishes)

You’re a diamond you’re priceless

A lot of girls shine neither brightest


(Feels shy and removes her face. Then she stands up to walk away)


(Rushes after her)

If you ever leave me like this, I’ll follow you like three blind mices(MI shelled here sha,plural of mouse is mice)

(Turns her around)

So here’s my proposal baby

(Puts his hand on his chest)

Love me though the money is a maybe

And if your friends say that you’re crazy

(Her friends passing stop to talk and laugh at her)


(Feels sad)


(Uses his hand to demonstrate ‘forget them/leave them’)

What can they see?


(Throughout the whole chorus she going to be at her kiosk attending to customers who come to her to buy stuffs)



(Enters his house)

(Drops his carpentry bag/kit and goes to where he sees his babe sitting down and thinking)

You know I love you honey

(She looks at him)

If no be situation, if say I get money

(Holds her hand)

Hold better occupation

Anywhere you want we go fly

(Using his hand to demonstrate)

Anything you say you want I’m gon’ buy

(She smiles at him)

Just to show you baby girl what you mean to me

(They both hold hands and put their faces together)

Let’ take it easy girl



Until we get there

Things are hard right now, a lot of stress yeah

(Both of them trying to struggle into a bus but fail)


(Looks frustrated and disappointed)


(Turns to her)

But I promise to give you my best yeah

(Holds her hand they start walking home)

I put my right hand on my chest yeah

(Puts his right hand one his chest as they are trekking)

No money in the world can pay for, this feeling when I fell when you say you’re

(Stands in from of her)

My girl, I’m your king, I’m your mayor

(Goes on one knee to propose; maybe with a cheap ass ring)

I love you forever and a day more


(In tears)


Friday, 8 April 2011


I am so proud of myself,in my daily search of the internet i came across this video and i am very proud to say i was an assistant director/producer.Well the company i work for PLAYCENTER NG(organisers of the annual celebrity basketball tournament "FACEOFF")OWNED by Micheal Oyeyiola got the deal and we began work with Wudi Awa. You can go on you tube for more PLAYCENTER works.



This is so hard and i'm still finding it hard to believe and hoping its not true,but info reaching me says that a bomb blast just occurred in the INEC office in Niger state and 8 corpers died.God what is really happening, must you be in power,is this how these politicians plan to bring help to Nigeria???This is sad and to think that these corpers were working for a better Nigeria. To whoever planted the bomb,may your life explode and may you never know peace.


Uzoma Okere. Remember her? She’s the lady that was stripped naked and battered in Lagos in September 2008 by some naval ratings attached to a senior Naval officer, Rear Admiral Harry Arogundade. The Lagos State government, through the Office of the Public Defender (OPD), later took up her case in court. She eventually got justice, with the court awarding her N100m.

Well, Okere was in the news recently. On March 29, at a forum in Lagos, the lady relived her bitter experiences in the days following her ordeal, even as she heaped praises on the state governor, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN) for coming to her aid in her hour of need.

She spoke at the Onikan Stadium, Lagos, at an event to commemorate Fashola’s 1, 400 days in office. Many others, who claimed to have benefited from the state government were at the event to publicly applaud the Fashola administration for always coming to the aid of the citizens in their moments of distress. Okere recalled how she was brutally attacked by the Admiral’s guards that morning. The naval men, who accused the lady of blocking their principal’s convoy, jumped on the lady and thoroughly battered her in the presence of on-lookers. She was thereafter rushed to the hospital by some of those who witnessed the ordeal.

According to her, she never imagined that she would get justice when those angry ratings were humiliating her. She expressed joy that help came from the state government when she never expected it. Her words: “I could have been assaulted and harassed without justice if the state Office of Public Defence initiative was not “conceived, established and effectively operated to help the downtrodden in the state. Even though I am not from Lagos, I benefited from the state’s people-oriented policies.

“I’m grateful to the Lagos State government under Governor Fashola for making an initiative like the OPD work. When I was beaten by those ratings, and Governor Fashola heard about how they dragged me down from my car and assaulted me, he directed the OPD to intervene. I got free legal service from the state and a N100 million claim.”


Awwww My dams, doesnt she look lovely.


So my friend Buchi(the guy)always wears black morning,noon and night,he is a true definition of all black everything,he wears black to work,black to the toilet,for meetings,to sleep,but yesterday a spirit came over him and he wore pink.Doesnt he look so lovely and am tripping for him now because i like anything pink apart from a pink car and lips.


This is so funny, see as the bride just dey bone maybe she thinks the boo is looking at the cake more.

Full Transparency by the INEC Will Guarantee Free, Fair and Credible Elections

April 6, 2011. Abuja, Nigeria – Since Nigeria’s General Elections were postponed by a week, there have been numerous statements from different bodies – CSO's, think-tanks, political parties, the media and individuals – on a variety of issues. It is universally agreed that these General Elections are critical to Nigeria as a nation-state and everything humanly possible must be done to ensure free, fair and credible elections.

Against this backdrop, EiE Nigeria hereby states the following:

Voters’ Register

There have been numerous reports of names of registered voters whose names were omitted from the accreditation list. We earnestly urge INEC to ensure it rectifies this problem across all polling units before Saturday, 9th April to avoid disenfranchising legitimate voters.

We also urge INEC to provide, on its website, the list of all registered voters per polling unit. In the event that this is not possible, INEC should provide the number of people registered for each polling unit. This will enable independent observers quickly verify that legitimate voters are not unduly disenfranchised.

Issues raised include inadequate ballot papers; errors in distribution of ballot papers; errors in the printing of some ballot papers as some party logos were either omitted or repeated.
We expect that these issues will be resolved in time for hitch-free elections on Saturday.

As a government body, the process of awarding contracts should be transparent.
INEC has blamed the printing vendor for the failure that botched the April 2 polls. We ask that INEC make public the name of said vendor and the penalty imposed. INEC may recall that, during the voters’ registration exercise, Nigerians knew who got the contracts for supplying the required resources and public pressure was placed on Haier and Zinox to rectify the relevant issues.

It is sad to note that there are still recurring issues surrounding the welfare of corps members recruited for the general elections as were highlighted during the registration exercise.

We demand that INEC make public the agreed remuneration, the process of payment and the office(s) responsible for the welfare of these NYSC members so they can be held accountable.

We also expect the NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General M. S. Tsiga to step in where necessary, to ensure that these young Nigerians, serving their country under his charge are adequately catered for.


We request that INEC make use of voters’ phone numbers, collected as part of the registration exercise, to communicate with Nigerians in a timely and effective manner. In addition, direct communication by SMS with polling unit officials will increase efficiency. For example, the lag time between the official communication for postponement and its implementation at various polling units nationwide was too long, causing voting to continue with people in lines and resources wasted.


SMS has become a critical technology for coordination and communication for the 2011 General Elections. The performance of Nigeria’s mobile network operators is therefore critical to the success of these elections. It goes without saying that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), as the telecom regulator responsible for quality of service, works with Telecom Service Providers to ensure that Nigerians and all election stakeholders are able to communicate during this critical period.

In conclusion, the stakes are now too high for INEC to fail again on Saturday.

EnoughisEnough Nigeria ( is a coalition of individuals and youth-led organizations committed to instituting a culture of good governance and public accountability in Nigeria through advocacy, activism and the mobilization of the youth population as responsible citizens. The coalition includes The Future Project, Light Up Nigeria, Paradigm Initiative Nigeria, Education as a Vaccine (EVA) and Kudirat Initiative for Democracy (KIND).

EiE Nigeria has created the RSVP(Register|Select|Vote) Campaign to leverage technology, especially social media to mobilize significant participation from citizens in the 18-35 age bloc in the 2011 elections.


I wish to share with us all a life experience of what happened to my husband on Thursday 31/03/2011.
I received a call from my husband at 3.02pm ,he informed me that he was going to pay our annual fee at the post office and thereafter ,he was going to see a business partner at Alausa before finally going back to his office.

At about 7pm same day, I received a call from his colleague who also lives in the same area with us, the man said he has not seen my husband and has not been able to get though to him through his phone and that every other person has left the office leaving only himself behind. I asked him to wait while I try to reach him tried his line but it was switched off. I also remembered that he had not charged his phone so well before we left the house that morning and I assumed that the battery must have ran down.
The colleague later called to ask for my permission to bring my husband's car to the house as it was now getting late and no longer safe for him to keep hanging around their office area and I asked him to bring the car home while I continued trying his phone number.
At about 9pm the line started ringing repeatedly with no one picking it as I just continued calling it over and over. Later the colleague also tried it and someone (not my husband)picked it talking carelessly that he was at Iyana Ipaja in Lagos, at that point I started suspecting foul play but by the time we tried the line again, it was switched off all through the night and even till now.

I then began to call all the contacts I thought he could have been to see but all of them have not seen him even though he called them between 3-4 pm that he was coming to see them in Ikeja. I later called my parents to inform them and then his dad who is also in Lagos. His dad asked me if I quarreled with him in the morning, upon answering that there was no quarreling between us , he told me not to worry that he will surely come back and that I should go in with the children to bed. I called the number all through the night with no luck and I was just committing the situation to God to please sort it all out in my favor.

The next morning at 6 am , I went to the police station to make a statement but I was declined as the police officer said I could only make a statement after a period of 24 hours that I last heard from him, so I was asked to return later in the day. They also carefully asked me if I had quarreled with him earlier that day to which I answered "no", they also insinuated that he might have followed some women away and that he would show up and if not, I will make a statement after which a warrant will be sent round to all police stations nationwide to check if he was in the cell, then we would also go to the mortuary, thereafter we will check hospital wards and if by then he was not found we would place his picture on the media for TV stations and radio houses to announce.
At that point, I knew there was trouble if something doesn't happen soon.

Myself and the colleague then left the station to their office in Ikeja from where we planned to visit each and every one he mentioned he was going to see the previous day and then we planned to trace all Ikeja axis to Ketu to find out if any accidents had occurred the previous day.

At about 8.57am while we were waiting for his boss to arrive , I received a call from a globacom number, I picked it and the voice on the other side said "it is me" I jumped up ,ran to his colleague and answered" you who "as if I did not recognize the voice ,even though I did, he then mentioned his name and it was my husband. I then asked where he was and he answered that he was in Ile-Ife . I asked him what he was doing there and he said he was kidnapped by ritualists, I was also hearing laud noises of several peoples voices underneath shouting " start coming o, ritualist attacked him o, he is not wearing any cloths o, we are many here,its on ede-road after the university gate, amongst other things"

Not long after, his boss arrived and offered to take us in their official car to Ile-Ife. We got their around 1.30pm because we had close to 10 stoppages on the road by police men at check points, it was as if we were not going to get there.

When we got there, I saw a crowd, I saw my husband , he was wearing just boxers and singlet and a Dunlop slippers. I felt sorry for him and I started weeping in appreciation to God. The women asked me what God I serve and that I should not fail to serve that God . some of them also called me by the name of one of my children because my husband had narrated his experience in the bush to them.

His experience

He entered a bus at 7up which was supposed to be going to Ikeja which had 7 men, including my husband, 1 lady and a police man in front seat, upon getting to Alausa, the driver diverted to Maruwa gardens and then entered lagos-Ibadan express way. Immediately he diverted, all the passengers in the bus began to shout , hitting the body of the bus and demanding to know where he was taking them to ,except the lady and the police man. When the noise was much, the driver released a kind of perfume which made all passengers to sleep off immediately except my husband who continued to shout and hit the bus asking them to drop him,the lady and the police man. The police man then pointed a gun at him commanding him to keep quiet but he wouldn't. the police then made a call to someone explaining that one of the passengers is not sleeping but making noise and asked if they should let him go but the other person asked how old my husband was to which the police responded that he should be less than 40 years of age. The other fellow then demanded that they must bring him along. Also the police and the lady searched the passengers, removed their cloths, belongings and wedding rings. Upon discovering a young guy who was not wearing a ring, they released another perfume to him nose and he woke immediately and they dropped him off.

Then they got to Ibadan and drove into the bush for a long time. Later they tied their faces and dropped them into another vehicle that continued the journey. Then they descended a valley and climbed up again all still in the vehicle. Later they arrived a house ,they dropped them and they rested there for about 45minutes to 1 hour and then they put 5 of them in another vehicle that took them further into a forest where they opened their faces and they saw a big duplex in the middle of the forest while they drove the other two people away. There were big cars packed and at the reception they saw people waiting and chatting. Someone began to introduce them to the people " these people on this side are politicians, these are musicians and these other sets are people waiting to become board member in their organizations, they are the ones that need things from you, we are introducing them because this is the last time you will see men in life" at that point, he began to speak in tongues and to speak the word that "I shall not die"

They later brought them to the ritual room introduced them to the priest who they claimed was 220 years old. They asked them to line up ,him being the first in line and then to begin to introduce themselves. He only responded with "I shall not die" two people introduced themselves as pastor so so and so of so so and so church. There was also a young guy whose father pastors in the united states and who is supposed to travel next Tuesday 5/4/2011 to meet his wife in USA. And then another man. The way they do it is to call someone's name, the person steps forward, they pour him water out of a horn ,the person spins very fast and then falls down, the ritualist throws his wedding ring which they had removed from their hands and labeled into a pot of concussion of which they have separate ones for all the men, the person falls down and two attendants come and carry the body away.
They called my husband first but as he kept speaking in tongues and telling them that if he doesn't leave the shrine alive, non of them will leave alive, they asked him to stay aside that they will come to him later. They did the process on the others and also carried their bodies away. When it was the turn of the pastors son, they poured him the water, he rushed to my husband ,held his boxers and begged him not to let him go. My husband told him not to worry as his wife was praying at home. The ritualist moved the guy away shouting that two people don't die together in that shrine. The guy then began to stager and fell down, they threw his ring into a pot and the attendants came to carry him away, in the process, he jumped up again and upon seeing that, the priest said the guy was already mad and not good for the sacrifice and that the attendants should push him into the forest, which they did.

It was now my husband's turn again, they called to him "I shall not die, it is your turn, step into the circle" he stepped out still speaking in tongues.
They poured him the water but he refused to spin, at that point, his confidence increased and he kept firing on, upon seeing what happened, the priest went in and brought a red cloth that he threw on his neck then he started staggering, then he was afraid and quoted the scripture "he will give his angels charge over me" then he stabilized. The priest then went in to bring another thing, before then, he started crawling out of the shrine.
It was then he saw the people earlier carried away, their heads had been cut off and parts of their bodies removed.
He kept crawling on blood stains until someone came to his rescue and helped him up on his shoulder and gave him a brand new slippers.
The fellow asked after his wife, and children mentioning them all by names, my husband became afraid and asked if they have gone to attack his family too but the man said no. he then told my husband that he is not serving "HIM" enough. That an assignment was completed that night and that was why they had to come rescue him. He told him that anything he will ever amount to in life is tied to the level of his service to "HIM" and that his service is not commensurate to the calling of God upon his life. My husband argued that he is the choir director in his church but the fellow replied that my husband is just beginning. He brought out a medal and asked my husband if he remember praying about not haven achieved a medal in life, surprised, my husband said "I have never discussed that with any man before" the fellow said the medal will not be given to him yet.
He also reminded my husband of many vows and pledges that he and me made and those he made personally that are yet to be fulfilled and that those vows and pledges are waiting for fulfillment. My husband replied that it is because he does not have the means yet but the fellow said it is because he is not serving enough ,otherwise he would have had the means to fulfill them. He told him several other things that are personal to my family as they walked on until they got to a point where he left him on the floor and made to leave and promised that he would send help to my husband. My husband slept there in the bush until around 8am in the morning when he began to hear the sound of vehicles moving, he moved towards the direction of the sound and saw the sign board being Ile-Ife. He approached a woman who was trying to open her shop that morning, to confirm if it was actually Ile -Ife ,but the woman was too afraid because of his dressing. The woman later helped him with her phone with which he made a call through to me .

I hope you have been blessed by the long epistle.

IT PAYS TO SERVE THE LORD No one is perfect but God knows us all and is full of mercies and also he is the very present help in times of trouble.
Let us all increase our commitment to him and if we have not accepted him into our lives, I implore us to do that today as tomorrow may be too late.



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Season 6 of Big Brother Africa kicks off on Sunday the 1st of May 2011 & this time, It’s called "Big Brother AMPLIFIED"

It would be showing on DStv channel 198 on Sunday May 1,running 91 days,24/7 with USD 200 000 up for grabs.


There's a reason Dbanj is called The Koko master, this song abi na tune is really nice.
Jona toh good oh! to tun ni luck oh! Yea right*


TOKYO – Japan's northeastern coast has been rattled by a strong aftershock. The Japan meteorological agency has issued a tsunami warning for a wave of up to one meter. The warning was issued for a coastal area already ravaged by last month's tsunami and officials say the quake was a 7.4-magnitude and hit 25 miles (40 kilometers) under the water and off the coast of Miyagi prefecture. The quake that preceded last month's tsunami was a 9.0-magnitude.But how can this people call an earthquake of 7.4 magnitude an aftershock,this is just so sad.My heart goes out to the people of Japan,Lord pls help them,we are so blessed in Nigeria all our disasters are man made everyone of them must have human being behind sha ni,if Nigeria should go through this kind of thing(God forbid) i really dont even know what the aftermath would be)Lord pls save the planet earth,Baba God i use God beg you abeg.


Pastor Albert Odulele who finally owned up to indecently assaulting a boy and sexually assaulting a man has been jailed for eight months and six months respectively by Woolwich Crown Court in London, after which he would be on the sex offender's register for 5 years.What type of thing is this how can he only get that amount of time,a pastor for that matter,its so sad what the society is turning it but who am i to judge lest i be judged.The matter is in God's hands and he would personally seek his vengeance.


OMG,i still am lost for words,this video is phenomenal,i have goosebumps,i loveeeeeee this video,i love TY Bello,i love Kemi Adetiba,i love the cameo apperances,i love the angles,i love everything.

I'm most definetly going to continue my job as a blogger, going to the New york film school for producing and direction because my future is here.#that is all

Gosh i still am in awe.


I wont stop talking about this movie,it is beautiful abeg,forget that fact that they say "dont judge a book by its cover"Tango with me is my new Agege bread,its such a beautiful movie and yes i have a few seen a few snippets of the movie.It was packaged by Brickwall Communications and will be premiering on the 22nd of April at the Silverbird Cinemas and Genesis deluxe cinemas respectively across Nigeria.

The movie talks about love and betrayal and a young couple’s experience dealing with this in their marriage and the actors are my very best in the industry the include Joke Silva,Joseph Benjamin,Genevieve Nnaji and others


This is a very beautiful video but i reserve my comments.The video was like American something(I'm still trying not to say anything) so i guess i would just post this and not say anything.The director go school sha,the video is like the CNN presenters thingy when you see Anderson cooper come up,Isha Sesay and others.(I'm still trying not to say anything)


For all my Ghanaian brothers and sisters the Ghana music awards is going down this Saturday 9th of April at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre. Some of the artists billed to perform include Tuface, Ice Prince, Samini and more and making guest appearances are the past winners of MTN project fame Iyanya – 2008 winner, Mike Anyasodo – 2009 winner and the recent 2010 winner Chidinma Ekile


Sasha and her mum,i still cant believe the woman is 70 and they look so alike.So here's a sneak peek of what Sasha would look like in future and better.


Tonto Dikeh the very **********(put whatever you want to put in there) graces the cover of WOW magazine and looks extremely beautiful,but is it just chains shes wearing abi?