Monday, 30 January 2012


Just days after he was made the acting Inspector General of Police, Mr Mohammed Dikko Abubakar, lost his wife who reportedly died after a brief illness. May her soul rest in peace.


Guys i'm starting something called Yeni's 2cents.

Basically you have issues, challenges, or whatever and u want my advice, opinion or thoughts on it, just send me a mail at "" I'll post it on here and you remain anonymous(dont be scared), my readers give you their advice and i drop mine too.

so lets set the ball rolling


A tiny fold-up car designed in Spain's Basque country as the answer to urban stress and pollution was unveiled Tuesday 24th jan before hitting European cities in 2013.

The "Hiriko," the Basque word for "urban," is an electric two-seater with no doors whose motor is located in the wheels and which folds up like a child's collapsible buggy, or stroller, for easy parking.

Dreamt up by Boston's MIT-Media lab, the concept was developed by a consortium of seven small Basque firms under the name Hiriko Driving Mobility, with a prototype unveiled by European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso.

Its makers are in talks with a number of European cities to assemble the tiny cars that can run 120 kilometers (75 miles) without a recharge and whose speed is electronically set to respect city limits.

They envision it as a city-owned vehicle, up for hire like the fleets of bicycles available in many European cities, or put up for sale privately at an asking price of 12,500 euros.

Several cities have shows interest, including Berlin, Barcelona, San Francisco and Hong Kong. Talks are under way with Paris, London, Boston, Dubai and Brussels.

The vehicle's four wheels turn at right angles to facilitate sideways parking in tight spaces.

I like this car and want it, but for them to bring it to Nigeria, which city do i want to be driving it, even in my estate sef, i sha want so if your looking for what to buy for me you can book for the car.


The jist I get ehn, na only God know.

Anyways that aside I was on my own when a friend told me do u know that this very popular musician(probably the most popular papa*scratch that* is dating one of the very very fast rising female musician

I said hmmm how did you know, and the person told me how at this musician's birthday the female musician was doting all over and forming my boo's party.

Then my aproko caught the better of me when I was told that he had just checked into the hotel off Aboyade cole and an hour late "Ms songstress" strolled in and went to the same room and hours later they came out separately looking lively

I don't know what they were doing there oh! Or what they do almost 3ce a week,maybe singing a collabo..

Try and guess who.


I got this via email and was asked to put it on here for advice so pls help with advice.

My friend is getting married and I absolutely cannot stand the guy... Not only does he drink and smoke anyhow,his a ruffian, uses up all her money and beats her.

She asked me to be on her train and I said no, so did 3 of our friends, I don't know what else to tell her.

She says he would change when they get married and we both know that's a flippant lie, I don't know what else to do to dissuade her, even 2 of our friends have stopped talking to her because of this issue but she no wan gree.

We've been friends for years, very close friends and always look out for each other and why shes hell bent on marrying this guy baffles me

I'm tired oh! Pls advice

Sunday, 29 January 2012


Root& RoLL is my 5th studio project and 4th personal album(Comfussion in 2004/Abinibility in 2006/TradofunkHIPsouL in 2008/Worker man Movement-All eyes Open 2010).

It comes as a book1&book2 album.Book1 contains 12 Tradocentric groovy tunes with a spice of hipness plus a bonus track featuring members of worker man movement.Each song has a different vibe and feel with strong emphasis on Naija percussion's

and ethnic drive albeit some borrowed western touch to give it a crossover modern tinge.

Album is devoid of lewd content and is good for family listening pleasure as it contains songs that cut across all age groups and gender.
songs like-
1."Get Back Home" visits the issues of Nigerians stranded in harsh conditions in the diaspora

2."Real Deal" is a moniker and tune to accentuate the koffi brand as a great work of art as well as an entertainer

3."Hold you tight" expresses the undying love of one to another

4."Happy Birthday" as it titles is an appreciation of everyone who wakes up to see each day of their lives and their birth date

5."E get as e be" addresses the pain of most struggling young men caught in a failing relationship due to finance

6."cherie koko" celebrates love

7."Me she want" emphasizes the female gender appreciation of a man of value

8."Telemi" features Adunni of the female Ensemble Nefretiti and is a dedication to 2 people in love who aspire to marry

9."Rawu-Rawu" is a bite at political scallywags and their innuendos

10"PawPawPaw" is a crafty tune done to express the female anatomy and warn against immoral dressing

11."omo toh shan" borrows the tune of "Rosie" as previously done by blackky to celebrate the female gender and is rendered with a twist of reggae

12."Toast" as it suggests is done to appreciate anyone who has cause to celebrate life

13."GidiLove" with Workerman movement is done to celebrate the homebase of the clan,Lagos city.

Album is boasts of production works by Yeankeyz,Outshine,Lowkeyz and Ex-o
mixed and mastered by Joe Ojaz
Video of Happy birthday was shot recently by DJ Tee and is already on air

for more info


1. Stare at the red dot on the girl's nose for about 30 seconds
2. Turn your face towards the wall/roof or somewhere else on a plain surface
3. Keep blinking your eyes quickly
4. What do you see?


Thursday, 26 January 2012


first view of the official teaser trailer for “My Life My Damage“, the new movie from Uche Jombo Studios. The first movie in the 3 sect movie “Damage” addressed domestic violence issues and now “My Life My Damage” focuses on HIV and drug addiction.

Tonto Dikeh plays the lead role and the movie also features Bukky Wright alongside American actors H Thomas and Dani Palmer.


Yaaay i'm actually really excited about this, Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie‘s ‘Half of a Yellow Sun‘ is set to hit screens soon.

Actors Thandie Newton, Dominic Cooper and Chiwetel Ejiofor are part of a UK cast for the screen adaptation of the best-selling novel set for March 2012 shoot.

The movie which will be shot in Nigeria is to be handled by writer-director Biye Bandele, while UK producers Andrea Calderwood (The Last King of Scotland) and Gail Egan (The Constant Gardener) have recently secured crucial private equity backing from Nigeria in order to move the anticipated project forward.

Chimamanda’s highly acclaimed second novel is centered around events of the civil war or ‘Biafran struggle’ of 1967-70, and is viewed from the perspectives of a high ranking political figure, a professor, a British citizen and a houseboy.

It was published in Britain in 2006 and won the Orange Prize for Fiction the following year.


The very pretty wife of Kanu Nwankwo Amara had a double celebration, her graduation and 25th birthday. Congrats girl,beautiful family.

Tuesday, 24 January 2012


Tunde Adewale popularly known as Tee A the comedian and host of popular tv show 'tyme out with Tee a' has announced he’s relocating his hospitality business Tymeout Lounge, from the premises of Ivory Health Club, in Ikeja, Lagos.(when he told me it pained me oh!, no more special fried yam or that chicken for now)

The entertainment entrepreneur, who set up the lounge in 2010, says ‘the business is bigger, the vision is even much bigger, hence the expansion, we need to move to a bigger property. But we’ll still be within the same vicinity‘.

Tymeout Lounge is a non-smoking bar and restaurant catering to high-end customers all week. Tee A says the business will wear a new face, with possible additions including an events hall.


Omotola’s mother passed away 10 years ago and in celebration of the life and times of her dear mother, she and her Omotola Youth Empowerment Programme team showed love and gave a major transformation to 20 widows in an effort to encourage widows who have strived to keep the home front in order despite the demise of their spouses.

“The 20 Widows Makeover” programme was also organised to pamper and boost the confidence and self esteem of these widows. They were all given a first class treatment, beauty regimen which comprised of a total makeover starting with facials and massage by the reputable Fresh Look Spa and celebrity choice – H and H Spa. They had their hair done by in famous celebrity hair stylist – Ugo Igbokwe of Make Me Beauty and Makeup was done by House of Tara.

After the make-over, they were all taking on a shopping spree to upscale fashion boutique – Every Woman and finally had a photo session with in demand and pioneer photographer – Kelechi Amadi-Obi.

The final part of the programme which took place at Pine Park, Lekki saw lots of mouth watering delicacies such as delicious cupcakes by Mossy Ella Bakers, drinks from Chivita and many more. Apart from the numerous treats that these widows got, they all went home with various gift items like sets of designer pots, cooking utensils and a bag of rice each, make-up kit from House of Tara and words of encouragement from Pastor Tessy of Jesus My Shepherd Church. Kelechi Studios will also be sending a framed portrait to each of the 20 widows.

Speaking about the programme, Omotola said “This is something I wish I or someone had done for my mother. If you give these women money, they would spend it on their kids. This time it’s about them.When my mother was alive, I didn’t know I was going to loose her so soon, she was a very beautiful woman but because of all her struggles, she neglected her personal needs, she didn’t get to enjoy all these things like going to the spa, going shopping. So, this is one thing I would have loved to do for my mum who was a widow for 10 years. It was lovely and fulfilling to see the entire transformation and I am really grateful to all that helped to make this happen”

BEFORE AND AFTER OF SOME OF THE WIDOWS(it brought tears to my eyes, see the transformations,i'm sure non of them thought it was them)


Davi-do on the bread


Nothing we no go see, i got these pictures from my friend's dp and couldnt stop laughing like seriously.
This toilet pose ehn, odikwa serious, selzky ge

This is so true, lol, i've even done some of the poses sef


When i heard this story weeks back i thought it was a joke but its true and i know most of you know but then i'm wondering why? Do they plan to get married or just want to keep shagging and popping babies because this isnt right at all oh! child no 3 and no ring on your finger or signs of engagement as 2face himself said in an interview "i dont plan on getting married".

The next thing you'll hear Annie and Sumbo are also pregnant, i wonder what type of example this is.

Dont get me wrong, i loveeeeeeee 2face and think his such a humble young man and 1 of Africa's greatest exports but what is wrong is wrong.


For those of you that watch Africa magic like me and those that form i dont watch Nigerian movies, well he was always playing the role of a chief in council or a village man or sometimes king.
Sad news he passed n some days ago in Enugu, may his soul RIP.


I feel very bad for these brides, didnt someone tell them, their bridesmaids, mum, relatives even the designer that went ahead to make it or the shop attendant they bought it from????. It just wrong.

Friday, 6 January 2012


The former S.A to ex president Obasanjo, Femi Fani Kayode, took to his facebook page to air his view on the on going subsidy crisis. He blamed the current minister of Finance Prof. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala for the crisis.
Read what he had to say...........

"In my view Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is the problem. She is the architect of this policy. She serves the interests of the IMF and the World Bank more than she does the interests of the Nigerian people. That has always been the case but OBJ controlled her with a firm hand when we were in power and he used her to secure a good deal for us on the foreign debt issue because she knew the system. If the World Bank asks her to jump she will ask ''how high''? This is the woman that is virtually our Prime Minister today. No wonder we are in trouble. People like this have very little feeling for the masses and they cannot empathize with their pain. Even the traditional politicians empathize more with the ordinary people because they have to interact with them on a daily basis but these so-called technocrats do not and they do not really care. All they care and think about is the full implementation of the economic prescriptions of the IMF and the World Bank and they don't care how painful and drastic the implementation of those prescriptions are. I have tremendous respect for Ngozi as a person and frankly I happen to actually like her because she is civilized, well-bred, exceptionally intelligent, warm and affable.

However we have a completely different world-view. Her world-view is that the ''Third World'' should live at the behest and by the grace of the Bretton Woods monetary institutions and she believes in a fully globalized world where the second slavery (i.e. international debt) holds sway and keeps the poorer nations of the world in their proper place. My view is that nations were not created to be broken down into vassal states which are remote-controlled, punished, enslaved and impoverished by a few greedy international bankers that run the IMF and the World Bank.

I do not trust these foreign international monetary institutions and those that work for them and my vast knowledge of history shows me that wherever they go in the world they only spread misery, poverty, unreasonable conditionals, misery and wickedness. Their yoke is heavy and they are simply tools of oppression that are firmly in the control of all-mighty America and western Europe. These are the forces and the people that are causing GEJ to derail. He should stand up to them and he should not give in to their intimidation and threats. He has nothing to fear from them because the western world itself is now going through it's own major financial crisis and it is crumbling. Nigeria is big enough and strong enough to face them down no matter what and chart her own course. What they are using him to do is to impoverish the Nigerian people, weaken them and bring them down to their knees. They did the same in South America through the 80's and the 90's and they are still doing it in Africa. Even the nation of Ghana, which has a far more stable and prosperous economy than Nigeria today and which has just discovered oil, was forced by this hidden hand that controls their government to remove their own oil subsidy on xmas day of all days. What a terrible xmas gift to the Ghanian people. Since then prices for virtually everything in Ghana has doubled. And we can be rest assured that after the trickle down effect sets in we should expect the same in Nigeria- everything will double or triple in price including food, transport, diesel, kerosene, petrol, commodities, the general cost of living etc. This is unnecessary, unfair, wrong and exceptionally callous."

I agree with him


Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union of Nigeria (TUC), declared that workers will begin an indefinite nationwide strike on Monday January 9th, if Government does not reverse its sudden decision to remove fuel subsidy.

My advice; stock up on food, and do all the things you need to do to be comfortable when this strike commences and to Nigerians living abroad that came home for holidays you might consider going back before Monday oh! because i hear everywhere would be closed, airports, seaports.

The government hasn't seen anything yet


‘Punk’d‘ is set to come back this year, after a four year break but without the show’s creator Ashton Kutcher.

In September 2011, media reports said Justin Bieber would take over from Kutcher but it seems like the show producers have opened the show’s anchoring to a number of other celebs too and so from March 19, celebs like Miley Cyrus, Kellan Lutz, Bam Margera will also host the show


Big Brother Africa is back! Its going to be another 91 days of the drama, action and entertainment.

The seventh edition of the reality show starts in May and organizers say entries for the new season opens in a few days!

‘This show is definitely a high demand property that draws and holds audiences from start to finish’, Biola Alabi, M-Net Africa Managing Director says.

Why i'm not looking forward to this i dont now, it just doesnt faze me anymore


I was sitting on my own oh! When I received a mail tagged "LAGOS BIG GIRL WHO USES JAZZ FOR EVERYTHING, HOLD YOUR MAN TIGHT"

I first had a blank stare then rolled of the chair with laughter, truth be told I've been hearing the jist but never paid any attention to it because I said ahahn this babe doesn't need jazz na she can get whoever she wants beside she's a good girl,(my friend almost knocked me and said "Yeni you can be naïve oh! What are you telling me,girls are hustling oh!) Anyways its confirmed jist

This "big girl" is in the entertainment industry but not a musician or actress she makes the artist look good, I hear that how she gave someone something to drink and the boy just dey shit anyhow and had typhoid(that na only God save am) say make e no dey do ijo baba shina rambo

That she can get any man to do her bidding if she just does something with her jazz.

But my question is why jazz though,why as in? Babes are strong oh! So if you know you man is a high flying somborri or is in the entertainment industry biko pray with him and rub annointing oil on his body before he leaves the house.

Girls aren't smiling oh!
I'm still in shock though, we all have our vices but jazz though! Abi maybe its because its this particular babe

Pink Pearl Foundation and Oaken Events Rekindles the Spirit of Giving

In the usual spirit of sharing love of the season, Pink Pearl Foundation with support from Oaken Events recently gave out items to 300 children from different orphanages around Lagos.

The event, tagged ‘December Giveaway’ was hosted at the Kings College Annex, Victoria Island, Lagos, held on the 31st December 2011 and featured Children from different motherless babies home and correctional facilities such as Special Correctional Centre for Boys Oregun, Children Centre, Idi Araba, Girls Centre, Idi Araba and Girls Remand Home, Idi Araba.

“We planned this event to reach out to young ones who are too often forgotten this season”, said Ayiri Oladunmoye(CEO Oaken Events). “A lot of us connect and share love with our family and friends but do not remember to spread the love to people who may not enjoy these privileges. In addition to reaching out directly, we also used the event to encourage the spirit of giving.”

One of the children, Seun Ayodele, said: I am very happy about today. We had enough to eat, danced and enjoyed ourselves. We even got a lot of gifts to take home. I am very grateful to the organisers and hope more people will help us and other children like us.

“Today was yet another eye opener for me and a lot of people who came out,” noted Patron of the Pink Pearl Foundation Orode Jade Okpu in a post event interview. “Some kids came with no shoes and left with new pairs. We should be grateful for what we have, because the things we take for granted are dreams for some others.”

The event which was supported and attended by the First Lady of Delta State, Mrs Roli Uduaghan, the First Lady of Lagos State, Mrs Abimbola Fashola was also sponsored by Crystal Party Solutions. Other attendees included OC Ukeje and Ajegunle Ghetto Soldier, Daddy Showkey.




ABUJA, NIGERIA January 5, 2012


It has come to our notice that a well coordinated campaign of calumny against the Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, founded on outright lies and despicable distortions is being executed by cowardly persons hiding behind the ongoing controversy over the government’s decision to deregulate the petroleum sector.

For obvious reasons, the faceless campaigners have elected to tell their lies online because the normal journalistic principles of facts and balanced reporting are generally absent there.

For instance, we have received numerous enquiries regarding an alleged threat by the Coordinating Minister to resign if the government goes back on its decision to end the fuel subsidies. The threat was supposedly made during the emergency Federal Executive Council meeting which held yesterday.

This speculation, like numerous others is absolutely false. DR OKONJO-IWEALA WAS NOT AT THE MEETING BECAUSE SHE WAS OUT OF THE COUNTRY WHEN IT WAS GOING ON. In other words, they are saying that she made a threat at a meeting that she did not attend. She made no such threat physically or through any other means. She had no reason to.

The agenda behind the alleged threat and similar stories is obvious: to inspire public hatred and odium against her person by manipulating public opinion so that she is seen as the sole person pushing for the removal of subsidies.

Their calculation is that Nigerians are so angry and so gullible that they will believe anything if the lies are supported with manufactured “facts”. But we believe that fair minded Nigerians are not fools.

It is clear that governments and certainly the Jonathan administration do not work in the manner that the peddlers of falsehood are saying. It is not only naive but also highly disrespectful to the President and the government as a whole to suggest that the entire decision making machinery of government is the sole preserve of any official.

We urge the media and the Nigerian public to ignore the antics of people who obviously believe that Nigerians are fools.

For the avoidance of doubt, Dr Okonjo-Iweala supports the decision on fuel subsidy removal because she believes that ending the subsidies will drastically reduce corruption in the downstream sector.

Deregulation will also help to end the waivers enjoyed by powerful cabals at the expense of the Nigerian people. In addition, the vast majority of Nigerians will also gain as the proceeds will be redirected into safety nets, other identifiable social interventions as well as provision of sorely needed infrastructure projects nationwide.

Thank you.

Paul C Nwabuikwu
Senior Special Assistant to the Coordinating Minister for the Economy/Minister of Fina

The Future Awards Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders Postponed Due to National Labour Strike on Fuel Subsidy Removal … new date to be announced shortly

The Central Working Committee (CWC) of Nigeria Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders has announced the postponement of the Symposium - it will no longer hold on 11 and 12 January 2012.

The postponement is due to the nationwide strike called by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to protest the recent removal of fuel subsidy, as the protest is scheduled to begin on January 9, which is just two days to the symposium.

“While we hope this matter is quickly resolved in a manner that is acceptable to the Nigerian people, we think in fact that this moment in our national life is very instructive as it speaks directly to the questions that this symposium seeks to answer,” says Chude Jideonwo, Executive Director of The Future Project. “It will give some clarity and urgency to the issues that we are addressing, giving us a useful case study for a new generation of leaders.”

The Symposium will still hold in the first quarter of 2012, and the new date will be announced shortly.

“I look forward to this important and impactful conversation with the new generation of Nigerian leaders; it is now an imperative,” said Obiageli Ezekwesili, the World Bank Vice-President for Africa, who is the Headline Speaker.

Wednesday, 4 January 2012


This is very sad, very very.Yesterday Jan 3, 2012, police shot and killed a youth protester in Ilorin, Seyi Bolaji who was part of the nationwide protest on the fuel subsidy.

Then Labaran Maku minister of info went on air to claim NO ONE DIED during Ilorin protest, when photographs came out they sent "PAID AGENTS" on Social Media to claim photograph of KILLED NIGERIAN was FAKE.

Now that it is confirmed a protester was indeed killed by policemen during Ilorin protest, Labaran Maku is claiming the protester was killed by a MOB.

My question is which mob killed who, everyone that was protesting was protesting for the removal so how can everyone in agreement suddenly turn and kill their own?

When i said it during elections that Jonathan wasnt the best leader for Nigeria people were saying his a Christian, he has the fear of God, you can see the fear now abi. Sometimes we can be too sentimental and not look at things rightly

How can you just be lying anyhow to the people, you said April 1st now it turned to Jan 1st, look at the hardship people are going through and you say its for the betterment of the nation.

You say Ghanians arent complaining about their fuel subsidy removal, how would they, there is constant light and water, basic amenities, how can Nigeria an oil producing state even the no 10 largest producer in the world be importing crude oil and they say the want to improve our lives.#yeye dey smell

Jonathan would allocate 335million for his kitchen budget and we dey siddon dey look, was it not this same fellow that wanted to approve 50billion to celebrate Nigeria at 50, and did a cake worth millions, why wasnt that money given to orphanages or used to do something sensible? Jonathan is not ready for any leadership position, all his life he has had leadership thrust on him he wasnt ready, this man needs to be shown the way out abeg.

I would still stand by my decision that Ribadu or Buhari would have been the best people for this position you could see what they have done in their various capacities in the past, no one is perfect but these two ha some sense f leadership not some plantain boy from the backside of Bayelsa whose motto is "i never had shoes" now go and check his cupboard.

It is so sad that what The Zik's, Obafemi Awolowo's labored for will be in vain, lets keep praying for this country because truth be told its prayers that has been keeping us

Tuesday, 3 January 2012


OMO Nigerians have vexed oh!

According to Nigerianewsdesk: "Oyo state governor Ajimobi has signed the petition brought to him by the youth".

You might also want to use another route oh! as Ikorodu road has been blocked at Fadeyi bus stop.

Bonfires have also been set up and traffic blocked.

I also here in Lokoja serious protest are on going.

In Oyo state they said the chief Judges entourage was blocked and no movement for anyone.

Insiders in 3 telecommunication company said yes they have been directed to shut down BIS services

To get location of protests just search for #lagos or any other state with the hash tag e.g #Ibadan #occupy lagos

protest in Fadeyi


Christian Purefoy, the very popular Lagos-based correspondent for CNN tweeted yesterday that he would be leaving the organisation. See his tweet below

He became the CNN correspondent in 2008 and he anchored the program African Voices and Inside Africa where he interviewed a lot of Nigerians.Purefoy is one international correspondent that connected with the people. He has also reported on a vast range of features and other stories in Nigeria and West Africa - from Ghana’s rise to the World Cup quarter-finals, food crises in Senegal and Niger, the death of Togo’s longtime President Gnassingbe Eyadema, the rise of the ‘Mega-City’ of Lagos, and many more.


I know this thing isnt funny but the pictures i've seen ehn, laugh won tear my belle, u've gotta love Nigerians oh! always find humor in everything, we dey suffer and smile as Fela said.

Water was changed to wine in the bible, so it can be changed to petrol, anything is possible #just believe

See the old man

hennesy can make things happen oh!

ah! na the way forward oh!

I,ve ordered my bike(and i'm serious) like my cousin said yesterday, we are fast turning into China, where bicycles are the most popular mode of transport

this has been helping awon aje in the past

omoge u gats gba petrol

at least goat no dey take fuel and you will reach your destination.

trade by barter

you have to safe guard your fuel tank oh! beacuse out of it comes issues.

palm oil, isokay


Congrats to the beautiful couple,the bride's name is Nnezi Mbila and she doesnt look Nigerian more south African, very pretty girl. They had their trad wedding yesterday. Wishing you guys a happy married life.This is the 2nd storm records star getting married, Sasha, YQ,we are waiting for you oh!


Yesterday part of the building of The Eko Hospital(thats where i was born)hehe located on Mobolaji Bank Anthony road, Ikeja, Lagos, was on fire. The cause of the fire still remains unknown and from what i hear no causalities but I'll keep you posted if anything. God help us.