Friday, June 29, 2012


Adele Laurie Blue Adkins is pregnant. The 24-year-old Grammy winner Announced on her official website Friday that she's expecting her first child with beau Simon Konecki.
"I wanted you to hear the news direct from me, obviously we’re over the moon and very excited but please respect our privacy at this precious time. Yours always, Adele xx," she wrote.



It's hard to forget when Tom Cruise jumped on Oprah's couch acting so in love, excited.... i was tempted to think, this could last forever! This time it's not the couch...he is headed for the court room. ALl that love show...or were they all stunts? How did it all go wrong?

Hollywood! It's definitely a great place to stay married. It's shocking but i refuse to Hollywood, anything can happen especially with marriages.
TomKat (TOM CRUISE and KATIE HOLMES) looked happy together...they were just adorable but then the marriage is already over if the breaking news are anything to go by.
 Tom Cruise and his wife Katie Holmes are divorcing after five years of marriage, according to a report from People magazine.
Holmes's attorney Jonathan Wolfe told People “"This is a personal and private matter for Katie and her family,""Katie's primary concern remains, as it always has been, her daughter's best interest."
 Cruise's rep tells PEOPLE: "Kate has filed for divorce and Tom is deeply saddened and is concentrating on his three children. Please allow them their privacy."
Tom Cruise, 49, and Katie Holmes, 33, were married at an Italian castle in the fall of 2006 after a whirlwind romance that garnered major headlines for both stars.
The couple has a 6-year-old daughter, Suri Cruise.
This was Cruise’s third marriage. He was previously married to Nicole Kidman, with whom he has two children and Mimi Rogers
It was the first marriage for Holmes.
Nobody seem to get the perfect life in Hollywood.....

Thursday, June 28, 2012


DJ Tee
Is this really true? How exactly did this get this messy? How can DJ Tee be fighting a guy half his age? What exactly did the guy do to warrant this?
Reports say DJ tee(famous music producer/director)stabbed this 19 year old boy just abt an hour ago at Daily times factory IKJEJA, LAGOS""  It happened at a video shoot...and it looks really bloody. It is bad for DJ Tee's reputation and sometimes, you need to conquer your anger! I would never have believed this could happen..... I want to pretend its a it didn't happen! or it's part of the music video scene (laughs)?
the dude

 Anger management....anger management! There are also reports that he beat up another lady...all these people, who they think they are? all because of music video? hmmmm....h! Regardless of what the dude did, this is way too barbaric and just bloody for man of his class...

The victim ALVIN OSUNGADE (@SOJIBOI_WE) on twitter

I was stabbed by Dj tee himself,and am currently in A̶̲̅ critical state,He shuld stop makin up stories.n I wasn't even in A̶̲̅ fyt with him


World Number two Rafael Nadal breaks down to 100th ranked Lukas Rosol...  a night of the under dogs...Italy via Balotelli sweeps Germany off thier feet and now Nadal looses to Rosol!

Rafael Nadal crashed to his worst Grand Slam tennis defeat in seven years on Thursday night when Czech journeyman Lukas Rosol, the world No.100, pulled off one of the greatest upsets in Wimbledon history.
Rosol, whose previous visits to Wimbledon had ended in five successive first-round losses in qualifying, stunned the 2008 and 2010 champion, and 11-time Grand Slam title winner Nadal, 6-7 (9-11) 6-4 6-4 2-6 6-4.
He will face German 27th seed Philipp Kohlschreiber for a place in the last 16.
  • Rosol has a break in the fifth
  • Nadal wins fourth set 6-2 in 32 mins
  • Rosol wins third set 6-4 in 34 mins
  • Rosol wins second set 6-4 in 37 mins
  • Nadal wins first set 11-9 in tie-break
  • First meeting between Nadal and Rosol 


The Nigerian situation has set many people’s lives in the motion of unfufilment, unsatisfaction, greed, impatience, selfishness…no time for delayed gratification. The society is plagued by people who want it now or never, it has to be about them…no one else, after them, then others can have the remnant, if any remains.
Bitterness and unforgiveness are huge part of everyday living. The plague of selfishness does not let people care about others. They step on just about anyone to get through; they don’t care who gets hurt; this results in a broken society of hardened human beings that continues this cycle. This type of mindset is very destructive; the type that does not allow people to progress, no matter how hard they work, they are still stuck in that cycle of the rat race. People channel their energy towards all the wrong things and it affects every area of their daily lives.
 A corrupted mindset is very unhealthy…. Such people have to space in their lives to enjoy the ordinary things of life. Their lives are surrounded by oppression, unhealthy competition, a life of zero value, excessive obsession with material things…. They cannot even make progressive choices because their lives are plagued by the same emotions.
The issue with Nigeria is mindset….it is reflected in our leadership, human relationships…… People are lost, they cannot even figure out what they want.  Until you rid yourself of these negative emotions….you cannot move forward. If you can’t figure out a way to genuinely move your own life forward, how do you lead others? It is the reason, people criticise the Government and still do the same thing when they get into power…because their mindset is not that different from the man there. The way you relate with others will show exactly the type of person you are. The way a superior relates with the subordinates will tell if he is different from those in the corridors of power.

Change your mindset, change your life! You cannot be thinking the same way as the people you are criticising, you are just the same as they are if you don’t think differently.


As a have to watch your speech and in a country like Nigeria, it is very imporatant you swallow some things....if you are not a leader with results; the type that your hometown cannot even boast one major thing you have done for them, you will do well to hold your peace. No leader in power should play self-righteousness especially now, they are all in the same cycle! Oga Mark what have you done for the Idoma people?

1.We read with great concern reports attributed to the Senate President David Mark tending to blame the elders of the North for the perpetration and escalation of violence in the region.
2.We find it regrettable that David Mark, himself a northerner and occupying his present office by the grace of the North should turn round to accuse the region’s elders of being behind the crisis.
3.It is unfortunate that Mark, supposedly a public figure and people’s representative should publicly admit not being aware of the concerted efforts by the Northern Elders Forum that has cut across religious and tribal boundaries; the various meetings held by the Northern Governors Forum the northern traditional rulers and various coalitions of religious leaders.
4. It is discouraging for Mark to have publicly admitted or pretended not to know that the northern elders he now accuses, have in their effort recently visited and presented a comprehensive document advising President Jonathan on how to handle the security situation.
5. It is even embarrassing for Mark, who has not for once attempted to meet with any of the elders, political leaders; religious or cultural leaders on how to resolve the situation, to now find the courage to point accusing fingers particularly at the elders.
6. We hereby categorically challenge him to name those he claimed in his statement to be behind the terror group and to tell the world the action Mark has ever led the Senate to take towards arresting the security threat.
7. Let Mark tell the world why his Senate deliberately ignored the various written calls made to it for intervention by calling for a public hearing on the matter particularly by youth groups.
8.Rather than heeding those calls, Mark’s Senate chose to pursue issues that involve money.
9. Let Mark tell the world if the northern elders have that power to restore peace beyond offering advice and calling for caution which they have been doing diligently though he pretends not to be aware of that.
10. And let Mark explain why his Senate could not initiate the steps that led to the present moves by the presidency towards changing the security arrangement while the House of Representatives did summon the President and security chiefs.
11. Indeed it is disrespectful for a son of the region in his position who has never visited any of the cities to console with victims of the violence to now attempt to blame its persistence on his own elders.
12.It is on record that Mark has never visited Maiduguri, Kano or Potiskum to console with families of the thousands of people slaughtered in the course of this violence but now finds the voice to criticise respected elders of the North.
13.More worrying is the part of Mark’s statement that tended to suggest that non-Muslims are the main target and primary victims of the attacks even after the Muslim community which has openly distanced itself from the actions, also happen to have recorded greater loss in terms of human and material casualty.
14.Even more insensitive is the manner in which Mark closed his eyes to universal fact that almost all those so far arrested in possession of explosives and dangerous arms; those arrested with the actual bombing or attempts to blow up the places of worship referred to by Mark, happen to be non-Muslims.
15.More dangerously divisive is that Mark, rather than making statements expected from leaders that could enhance religious harmony and understanding, chose to single out a certain religious group for pacification.
16.Finally, while we join other well-meaning Nigerians in condemning the violence and its perpetrators, we welcome the recent bold moves by President Jonathan to reposition the nation’s security structure, we caution the presidency to beware of the utterances of people like Mark who have clearly disconnected with the situation on ground.
17.We call on Mark to concentrate on cleaning the embarrassing scandals engulfing the Senate and stop diverting the nation with unintelligent accusations.
18.No diversionary tactic from Mark or anybody else can take the nation’s attention from the inadequacies of the Nigerian Senate with regards to sensitive national issues.
19. The nation knows that the Senate did not for instance take any action with regards to the vexed issue of fuel subsidy and that it was the Reps that even as much as showed concern.
20.We are convinced that most Senators are only using the Senate as a refuge to acquire immunity from investigations into their past commissions or omissions while in various positions of power.
21.Consequently we have resolved to launch an agitation for the scraping of the Nigerian Senate from the nation’s democratic structure as it only serves as a gateway for huge financial wastage while not performing its constitutional expectations.
1.NASTURA ASHIR SHERIFF for Arewa Youth Development Foundation
2.SHETTIMA YERIMA for Arewa Youth Consultative Forum

Monday, June 25, 2012

GOODLUCK JONATHAN IS A JOKE – Professor George @ayittey

I hope Jonathan sees this....just wondering if he will care! This is coming from a Ghanian.... Do you think he should be saying this?
Professor Ayittey holds a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Ghana, Legon, an M.A. from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, and a Ph.D. from the University of Manitoba. He has taught at Wayne State College and Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
He held a National Fellowship at the Hoover Institution in 1988-89, and then joined The Heritage Foundation as a Bradley Resident Scholar.
He founded The Free Africa Foundation in 1993, to serve as a catalyst for reform in Africa.
In 2008 Dr. Ayittey was listed by Foreign Policy as one of the “Top 100 Public Intellectuals” who “are shaping the tenor of our time”. He lives in Lorton, Virginia.

One of the World’s foremost economists, Professor George Ayittey has lashed out at the President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ), describing him as “a joke” and a mediocre President after his (GEJ’s) encounter with the media last night.
According to Professor Ayittey, Nigeria “deserves a better leader”, judging by GEJ’s poor, almost unfortunate responses to some of the questions posed to him by the Nigerian media last night.
The Professor indicated that GEJ’s refusal to declare his assets and his failure to tackle the Boko Haram crisis suggests that he is of an unsound mind.
He therefore called on Nigerians to rid themselves of GEJ as soon as possible.
He said: “Nigerians should not put up with such mediocrity and should mount a RECALL GEJ campaign. They should check Chapter VI of their Constitution. See Sections 143 and 144 about removing the President and Vice-President from office other than through elections”.
“137; 1c: “A person shall not be qualified for election to the office of President if under the law in any part of Nigeria, he is adjudged to be a lunatic or otherwise declared to be of unsound mind.”
Professor Ayittey, a Ghanaian economist, author, president of the Free Africa Foundation in Washington DC, professor at American University, and an associate scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, made this known on twitter this morning.

Read the entire tweet below: @ayittey
“Look, this GEJ guy is a joke – a meretricious mediocrity. Nigerians deserve a better leader. Fancy his statements and responses to questions in a media chat on June 24, 2012:
• He has not visited Borno state, the center of Boko Haram attacks, because the airport there was not functional at the time he planned to visit. “And we did not want to land somewhere and fly in to Maiduguri with a helicopter for obvious reasons.”
[Why is the airport not functioning? Why hasn’t it been fixed? And are there no ROADS into Borno State?]
• Asked why he had not declared his assets, Mr. Jonathan replied in an impatient tone, stating “I don’t give a damn” about declaration of assets. He related that he had gone to the late President Umaru Yar’Adua to caution “that we should not play to the hands of some people [by openly declaring their assets].” Mr. Jonathan added, “That is a matter of principle and I am not going to declare. It is not the president declaring his asset that will end Boko Haram.”
• The president said it’s a matter of principle and whether he is criticised from “head to toe” he will not declare his assets. “It is not right,” he said. “I didn’t want even want to declare my assets as VP” but was forced by the then president, Umara Musa Yar’Adua. He said asset declaration is “not the right thing to do.”
[Damn it, it is a constitutional requirement to declare your assets, Mr. President. See Chapter VI, Part 1, Section 140 of Nigeria’s Constitution: “Declaration of assets and liabilities, oaths of President.” And what the hell has Boko Haram got to do with declaration of assets?]
• Agriculture: The president said his government is revolutionizing agriculture in Nigeria.”We are giving cotton seeds free in the North” he said.
[This is the most crass definition of an “agricultural revolution” – by providing free seeds.]
• The President said the government is doing very well in railway construction. “You may not know, but we are working,” he said. He added that his government has made a “significant progress” in railway construction. “You should commend us,” he adds.
[What “significant progress” has been made in railway construction? How many Nigerians are working on railway construction with the contract given to Chinese firms?]
• UNILAG name change: The president said what he did, in terms of law, was correct. You change the name first, then send the bill to the National Assembly later, he argues. “What we did, was the normal procedure,” he said.
[No, Mr. Presient, you had it backward. Before you change the name of University of Lagos (UNILAG), you consult with the university and the student body, which you did NOT do.]
• Crude Oil Theft: “The stealing of crude oil is a Nigerian phenomenon,” the president said. He adds that it has gone cancerous. “We will stop it, but it is like allowing a cancerous cell to grow into a major tumor.”
[Mr. President, theft of crude oil is a CRIME, not a “Nigerian phenomenon or a disease afflicting Nigerians. Describing it that way means you are CLUELESS about how to solve it.]
Nigerians should not put up with such mediocrity and should mount a RECALL GEJ campaign.
They should check Chapter VI of their Constitution. See Sections 143 and 144 about removing the President and Vice-President from office other than through elections.
137; 1c: “A person shall not be qualified for election to the office of President if under the law in any part of Nigeria, he is adjudged to be a lunatic or otherwise declared to be of unsound mind.” Link: ”


Goodluck Jonathan and his recent comments...... He obviously seems to know what he is doing! There is a huge feeling of confidence.... We have a way with words in Nigeria, only that words rarely translate to actions.

“Boko Haram has no face. Government will not dialogue with a faceless group. I don’t know what they want except to destabilise the country. The target of any terrorist group is to destabilise. By attacking churches, they try to instigate Christians against Moslems. 
“Soon, if they don’t succeed with that, they may attack mosques so that Moslems will attack Christians. But we are working very hard and we will stop it.” 

He said if members of the  group state its  grievance, he would encourage those who have been in touch with them to go ahead and pacify them and make them see why they must stop the killings.
“The Boko Haram members are Nigerians and I will rather not want to lose the life of any Nigerian. Boko Haram has no face. Government will not dialogue with a faceless organisation.
“Security is a global challenge; just like the economic meltdown. Government is on it. Boko Haram changes their tactics every day, we are also changing and we will continue to adjust.”
 “We will encourage those with access to them to dialogue with them. Even (Islamic leader, Dr) Datti Ahmed has access to them, we will encourage him,” he said. 

 ON HIS TRIP TO BRAZIL (Nigeria reports say went with the highest number of delegates)
The President also defended his decision to attend the Earth Summit in Brazil soon after the last round of bombings in Kaduna and Yobe states. 
“I have no regrets going to Brazil,” Jonathan said. “I sympathise with the people who lost loved ones. I feel the pain. When I hear that one person dies, I feel so sad. 
“But the government in Nigeria must not stop for a second because of terrorists. Boko Haram and their sponsors will not stop government from functioning. The Vice-President, the Senate President, the Speaker, all must keep faith with their engagements. The country must move on.” 
“I have no regrets going to Brazil. I feel the pain when I hear that some people died. Those who were worried got worried out of ignorance. Part of their plans is to muzzle government. The government of Nigeria must not stop for a moment; government must function. It would have communicated something too negative and the consequences would have been bad for the image of the country. It would have meant that the country was unsafe.
“I could have sent the Vice President or any other person, but the day the international community gets to know that even the President could not travel, then we would be in serious trouble. All arms of government will keep faith with their national and international engagements. We sympathise with the level of damage, but we must bring it to an end.”

 Jonathan said the fight against corruption has not been lost. Asked about the allegation that anti-graft agencies wait for the President’s “body language” before bringing corruption charges against suspects, Jonathan said it was not true. 
“I give them the latitude to do their work. If a person is doing a job and is waiting for the President’s body language, then he is not committed,” he said. 
The President said he picked the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC),  Ibrahim Lamorde, even though he investigated him when he was governor of Bayelsa State because Nigerians have confidence in him. 
“Nigerians have confidence in Larmode and I also believe in him. I have confidence in Lamorde.” 
The President also, for the first time, spoke on the on the sacking of former EFCC boss Mrs Farida Waziri. He said she was sacked due to loss of confidence as there were many allegations against her.
He, however, said sacking her was not an indication that all the allegations against her were true. He said it was better for the head of an anti-corruption agency not to be tainted or seen to be tainted
The President said because Nigeria practices English law, sometimes it is not easy to obtain the 90 per cent proof to secure a criminal conviction. 
“The burden on these agencies is enormous. It takes time to build a case file,” the President said. 
Jonathan, who also pleaded that the anti-graft agencies be given time to work, denied being part of the alleged sting operation to nail Hon. Farouk Lawan.
He also noted that before the House probe, the Federal Government had earlier set up a panel to look into the subsidy issue, adding that “if we have something to hide, we would not have brought in Nuhu Ribadu who contested against me in the last presidential electuion”.
He also said that before now, he had asked for an international audit firm to audit NNPC.
Citing the reported case of money transfer in the United States concerning the Nigerian Embassy, the President said he has asked the EFCC to investigate the report. “If I get report even in a newspaper, I give directive to necessary security agencies to investigate.

Regarding the oil subsidy probe by the House of Representatives over which the Presidency is accused of orchestrating a sting operation that led to the suspension of chairman of the probe panel Farouk Lawan for collecting $620,000 from oil baron Femi Otedola, Jonathan said he had nothing to do with it. 
“I have nothing to hide,” the President said. He said he would not have appointed former opposition Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) Presidential candidate Nuhu Ribadu head of petroleum revenue task force if he was not sincere about ridding the petroleum sector of corruption. 
“If I want to do a sting operation, why would I use Femi (Otedola)? The fact is that criticising Jonathan is a big business in Nigeria,” Jonathan said. 

On why he has not declared his assets, the President said: “It is personal and I don’t give a damn about that. The law is clear about it and so making it public is no issue and I will not play into the hands of the people. I have nothing to hide. I declared under the late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua becuase he did it, but it is not proper. I could be investigated when I leave office. You don’t need to publicly declare your assets and it is a matter of principle. It is not the President declaring assets that will change the country. We should go after issues that will develop the country.


I find it all too familiar that a supposed queen, a peagant veteran can be so desperate to reduce her age.... (although she has denied it)   all  ladies cannot be under 25years...wether we like it or not, we must get old. People say age is just a number but deep down they are not even true to themselves. There is still life after you are 25 years old except you have no direction in life. How old you feel is an issue what goes on in your mind.

Miss Isabella Ayuk looks older than 25 years old (IN MY OPINION) and now that she has been caught, stripped of her title (whatever reason given for the development), i hope it will be a lesson to others..... You don't have to be a beauty queen to make impact. It is a shame that corruption trails our peagant. If somebody can be have intergrity issue in a matter as little as age, God knows what happens in bigger issues.  Damiete CHARLES-GRANVILLE. (PICTURED BELOW) will now represent Nigeria at the miss World Peagant in MOngolia while ISabella goes for the MIss Universe!

GOOD NEWS FOR UNILAG (AKOKITES)....Court stops FG from renaming UNILAG

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday granted an interim order restraining the Federal Government from renaming the University of Lagos.

The order was granted by Justice Stephen Adah, who was ruling in the suits brought against the May 29, 2012 renaming of the institution by the students and alumni of the University of Lagos.
The court, however, advised the litigants to harmonise the suits into one and adjourned further hearing till July 4.
The defendants in the suits are UNILAG, the UNILAG Governing Council, the UNILAG Senate, the Attorney-General of the Federation and the National Assembly.
President Goodluck Jonathan had last month renamed the University of Lagos after the late businessman and acclaimed winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election, MKO Abiola.
The renaming of the institution as Moshood Abiola University was greeted by protest from the students and staff of the school. Others criticized the president for not following due process in renaming UNILAG. They insisted that the president should have consulted with the National Assembly before making the pronounciation on democracy.
President Jonathan on Sunday during a presidential media chat with selected journalist said that he did not breach the consititution of Nigeria in renaming the University of Lagos. He said the renaming the insitution is similar to the process the president can  declare state of emergency before subjecting the matter before the National Assembly.
He supported his arguement by saying that he just signed the act establishing the University of Uyo, a university that according to him have being producing Phd graduates.


The condition people find themselves sometimes makes them to choose a path that can destroy them.... this story just shows how desperate people can be to save themselves and thier situtaions (they think they can). It further shows how one wrong decision can change matter what your reason, keep your sanity! With the economic condition in Nigeria, you could loose your mind. You must be determined to do what is right.....emotions does not save you when yoju are caught.  Read The news below....

Woman inserts 66 wraps of narcotics in private part....

The law enforcement agents, at the screening section  of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos on Friday, arrested a woman, Mande Bala who had 66 wraps of narcotics, in her private part.
 The lady was promptly arrested by officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency shortly before she was due to board a Kenyan Airways flight to Nairobi.
The NDLEA Commander at the airport, Hamza Umar, confirmed the arrest, saying “the quantity of drugs that Bala had inserted in her private part was so much that it affected her gait, drawing the attention of the NDLEA officials. No suspect has ever inserted such a large quantity of drugs in the country. Usually, cases of insertion are not more than 300g. The discovery was shocking.”

A local newspaper reported that in all, the 66 wraps of methamphetamine expelled from Bala’s private part weighed 1kg.
Ms Bala, who claimed to be a widow and mother of three, said she was pushed to trafficking in drugs in order to raise school fees for her children.
Her excuse:
“I am a widow; my husband died in 2007. I have got three children to take care of.  I need N45,000 to pay some fees for my child and I also had to take care of my rent because I have a quit notice to leave my house in July. I was actually supposed to swallow the drugs but I was too scared to do so. I then decided on my own to hide them instead in my private parts because I was scared I would die if I ingested the drugs. I have heard such things happen. Although it was difficult for me to walk, I had to do my best because there is no one else to take care of my children,” 

In his reaction, the chairman of the NDLEA, Ahmadu Giade, described the incident as disturbing.
“Apart from the quantity of drugs caught with her, her route is a new development in drug trafficking. Drug barons now adopt a relay approach to drug trafficking. They wanted to use her to take the drug to another African country before using an indigene of that country to take the drug to other continents, where the profit is higher. We are not oblivious of their moves and we are prepared to nip them in the bud,” he said.
According to the agency, no suspect has ever inserted such a large quantity of drugs in her private part since the establishment of the NDLEA in 1989. The suspect, who is a graduate of accounting from a South-West university, lives at Ijoko in Ogun State and is a native of Lagos Island in Lagos State. She will be charged to court at the conclusion of investigations.


You just wake up in Nigeria and the next thing you hear that one bomb has exploded some just keep greiving at the number of casualties and the annoyance that comes with the lukewarmness nature of our leaders is just strange! Doesn't it bother them that innocent people loose thier lives or that the bloodshed is getting worse how do they sleep?

JONATHAN TELLING BOKO HARAM TO STATE THIER GRIEVIANCES (at this time after all the blood shed)
I just hopeour dear President is not endangering more lives saying Boko Haram has no face..... how many Nigerians believe that?  Enough bllod has alreday been shed but the whole thing has stayed the same way.
In his own words...
“Boko Haram has no face and government will not have dialogue with faceless people,” Jonathan said in an interview late yesterday on state-owned NTA television. “They must come out and tell us why they are doing what they are doing.”
 Goodluck Jonathan  who spoke days after he fired his defense and security ministers and sayng his government needed to change tactics in the fight against Boko Haram. (All too familiar proceedure). This annoyuncement comes after the bloodshed in the northern city of Kaduna and Damaturu and clashes between Muslims and Christians this month killed as many as 180 people.
I am not suprised at Andrew Azazi replacement as national security adviser by Sambo Dasuki, a retired U.S.-trained colonel who is a cousin of Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar III, the current Sultan of Sokoto and nominal head of Nigeria’s Muslim community. Defense Minister Haliru Mohammed Bello was also fired, Jonathan said. No replacement has been named.

“It is not as if the old hands are not good, but you also have to change your tactics,” Jonathan said. “We will continue to adjust our security architecture and where there is need to change personnel to work into our program, we will surely do it.” 

Mr President.......?????


It is not in place to judge but seriously it makes you wonder....when a pastor is divorcing the second time.... GOD HELP US. Incase you are wondering which Chris Okotie, it is the same one we all know. The Grammatical -pastor.

 Remember......On the 7th and 8th of August 2008, the  popular pastor and FRESH PARTY  presidential candidate, Reverend Kris Okotie married Stephanie Henshaw. It was a great celebration of the couple who had both been previously married. 
Reverend Chris had been divorced from his first wife for over a decade while Stephanie was a widow.
It came as a shock when Pastor Kris announced on Sunday, 24th of June 2012 that “Stephanie and I are no longer married. We have separated. You can see she’s not in church today. It’s due to irreconcilable differences…you should please respect our wishes at this time because there is no going back.“.

It really makes you sad...not judgemental when this happens to a man of GOD.... what wuold members then do? God have mercy on us to help us make good decisions and remember that our lives are books other people read.

Sunday, June 17, 2012


A new week begins and i am wondering what you are saying to yourself.....I got this in a sermon, something from ABRAHAM; the man in the Bible and i really wanted to share some of the things that has helped me and still does. When we discover what is really imporatnt in this life, it will help us become better. The world is full of people who are lost and empty, looking for direction, move on. I hope this makes that difference.

TEXT; Genesis 13:14-18

When Abraham was leaving his Father's house he took Lot but it was time for his life to change, he seperated from Lot. It was after Lot left him that God Spoke direction into his life. You cannot run another man's race, you can only run your own.
There are people in our lives that will not allow us move forward, achieve more  and until we seperate we will be stuck in the same life. Check your life! There are things and people, however harmless they may seem, they will not let you move forward until you seperate from them.
You don't have to be as old as Abraham to learn your lessons or seperate from these things. How sure are you that you will live that long? Abraham wanted change and was eagerto obey. How about you?

You don't have to always go to the top of one mountain or somewhere else to look further in life. You can still dream from where you are and see a bright tommorow for yourself. Your background, race and nationality does not have to a barrier. It does not matter where you are standing right now, just decide. Today, you can begin seeing things differently, seeing better for your tomorrow just as God Told Abraham to lift up his eyes from where he is.
Lift up your eyes and see a bright future for yourself.

How far can you see now that you are looking from where you are? Don't be short sighted,don't let your eyesight limit who you are and where you are headed in life. What you cannot see,you will not even dare to dream....when you look into future, what are you seeing for yourself? are you seeing a failure or someone with no future? Look today... and dream big dreams becuase  your dream can still come true right where you are.

As old as Abraham was, he still found his redemption. He found enduring legacy and lived a fufilled life;that change was effected the very moment he seperated from Lot.... you cannot afford to give up on yourself now! You can still fufill your destiny. It is a personal choice and destiny, as fufilment in life is always about choice. Take a cue from Abraham today and Live your best life beginning from Now!

Friday, June 15, 2012


A Federal High Court siting in Abuja on Friday threw out an application brought by embattled Senator Aliyu Ndume seeking to quash the charge slammed on him by the State Security Service, SSS accusing him of having links with the dreaded Boko Haram Islamic fundamental sect.

 ALi Ndume had challenged his trial on the ground that there was no sufficient prima facie evidence in the proof of evidence linking him to the alleged offences and insisted that the charge is devoid of all the essential ingredients to suggest the commission of any offence.
He also claimed that he never had any relationship with the sect or any of it’s members before his appointment as a member of the Presidential Task force on public disturbances in the North East and posited that for any relationship with the sect to be considered illegal, that it must first be proscribed before a relationship with any member of the sect can be said to become an offence.
Ndume also told the court that his membership in the Federal Government panel provided him a platform, in the course of carrying out the duties of the panel, to have met with some members of the sect.
It is recalled that former spokesman of the sect, Kunduga, who had been sentenced to a 3 year jail term, implicated the senator by disclosing that the senator was providing the sect with both logistics and financial supports in their terrorist activities.
The embattled senator also claimed that his right to a fair hearing had been breached by the charge which was signed by Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Bello Adoke who is also a witness in the matter.
However, in a ruling delivered by Justice Gabriel Kolawole, the court declined to quash the charges brought against the senator.

According to the Judge, “That an accused person has a probable defence to a legal charge is not a ground or basis to quash the charge. Pleading not guilty to a charge as the accused had done in the instant case is closely related to the constitutional presumption of innocent pending trial”.
The court also held that so far as an allegation of having links with the sect had been brought against the senator, that how the link came about is also not a sufficient ground to demand that the charge be quashed.
Furthermore, Justice Kolawole noted that the appearance of the name of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice in two counts of the charge does not in any way infringe on the senator’s right to fair hearing as the AGF is not by any law required to be neutral as a court in a criminal matter.
“Signing of a charge is not in conflict with his constitutional duties as the AGF and Minister of Justice and can never be a ground that can warrant the quashing of a charge”.

The court ordered the senator to face his trial and adjourned to July 3rd and 10th.
The court however berated the SSS for preventing the senator from traveling out of the country last month after the court had made an order granting him leave to travel out for religious purposes.
The embattled senator was turned back at the Abuja airport by operatives of the SSS despite the fact that he had a copy of the court’s order on him and showed same to the operatives.
The court insisted that no country can make any headway under such circumstance where an order of a competent court, legally granted, is disregarded with impunity.


KOLA BOOF'S STATEMENT: What do you know??

Now, hear her side of the story....very revealing! WHat do you know???  The truth is, this shuold not have come's messy! Miss Faboulosity is obviously going to have another failed relationship... You have a reputation? Keep it and guard it well!
Kola Boof
Djimon and Kimora

For four years (starting 3 weeks after Kimora Lee Simmons 'faux' West African wedding to actor Djimon Hounsou in the country of Benin)....I took part in an adulterous affair with Ms. Simmons' man.  I can honestly say that I slept with her husband more than she did the last four years.

It should also be noted that I had a sexual relationship with Mr. Hounsou many, many years prior to the 'marriage', before he even knew Ms. Simmons.

Djimon and Kimora of course have never been legally married. His only legal wife is a much older woman named Marie in France.  Marie basically bankrolled him during his youthful model days. Djimon also has an African wife given to him by his tribe in Benin (and a set of children by her).    

Today is June 14th, 2012. But a few months affair with Djimon caused so much strife within their coupling that Djimon Hounsou walked out on Ms. Simmons. (To be fair, financial issues also played a significant role, though I am not privy to information on that.  I just know that Kimora deeply wounded Djimon one day by calling him a 'broke nigga'--he told me and my adoptive Black American mother, Claudine Johnson, about it in late January).

I'm not sure what day exactly Djimon walked out for the final time (he had actually stayed gone from home a few times before the walk out)....but I do know that I was overjoyed...and not in the way you are expecting.

First of all....after Djimon left Kimora....I made it clear that I would never sleep with him again. Just as you saw published in my interview with the NY DAILY NEWS...I informed him that the only reason I had sex with him was to get revenge on Kimora.  With their breakup, I didn't (and don't) want it anymore.

And let me make this perfectly clear---I would never sleep with any other woman's husband just for recreation. Only Kimora's. I myself was married for 10 years to an absolutely wonderful man, a Black Man who treated me (and still treats me and our sons) like royalty.  So I identify with the wife's role just as strongly as Kimora knows the golddigging homewrecker role--don't forget she's wrecked many homes in her day.

This affair with Djimon was about revenge for me, Kola.  I liked picturing her face (she looks like that winking snail at Benihana Restaurant) just as Djimon made me climax.  It filled me with such cheer and joy to know that every time she kissed her husband--she would be kissing my privates.  And for four years that's exactly what Kimora kissed, my privates. But then again, being that Kimora is strongly bisexual...I'm sure that tid-bit isn't phasing her. 

Why did I want revenge on Kimora? That is coming up in this statement later. But for now, just be aware that I have NO REMORSE...none whatsoever...and that it was my intention to see Kimora's marriage fail.

The American media giving me this opportunity to publicly humiliate her is just icing on the cake.  I didn't expect this at all.

Be aware that despite Russell's denials (Russell Simmons, her mega-rich slimy turtle without a shell MOGUL ex-husband whose name she still uses instead of Djimon's)...and despite Kimora's and Djimon's denials that they have broken up...let me tell you....they HAVE!!

They are split; kaput; done. It doesn't matter how many Photo Ops they stage or how many walks to Chuck E. Cheese they take with their children so everyone can photograph them smiling, their marriage is over.

I'm sure people see me as shockingly evil...scary, jealous, disturbing...'what a bitch' people say. But in true Kola fashion, I don't give a shit.

I didn't want to give an official statement. I wanted to fade out of this unpleasant story--but after Djimon gave a statement calling me a liar, I felt
forced to leave my own version of events.

Please do not send me any emails or letters about "Karma" or "the lord."

As someone who watched her parents murdered in front of her at the age of 6 and faced down brain cancer with a wide spate of other tragedies bogging her entire life (I'm 42)--I am not one for superstition and emotionalism steeped in moralizing.

I have lived and survived a life that is literally unbelievable and irrevocably traumatizing.  I am a damaged person.

But I am also the most open and honest human being that I know.

When you call someone a liar, they have the right to tell their side of the story. To leave a record of their position, despite your prejudice and animosity against them.  Though the newspapers have written quite a bit about me "breaking up Kimora's Un-marriage"....I have not given a formal statement detailing the facts as I see them until now.

I am not doing this to keep shit going...I am doing this because Djimon Hounsou's scared *I have to protect my image* self gave a statement calling me a liar (though he never mentioned me by name, that is what he did).

Because Djimon gave a statement, I now have to give a detailed rebuttal.  If he had not talked about me, I would not be still talking about him and Kimora.

My hope is that after this Formal Statement, I will be done feuding with Djimon, Kimora and Russell Simmons and they will not mention my name or cause me to get back in the speeding lane with them. Regardless of how much power they think they have....I, the unknown entity, am more powerful than all of them.

There is a name for women like Kimora Lee Simmons---not ---that I'd use it outside of a kennel.

Which means I'm going to refrain from calling my dear sister the "B" word today. In honor of Kimora's brand of fake sisterhood and hyperbole Fabulosity...I'm going to try and be less vicious than I've typically been on Twitter.

FACT #1 

I did not contact the media to tell my involvement with Djimon---they contacted me. The NY Daily News, National Enquirer, People magazine and several others came looking for me.  The reason they came looking for me was because *Witnesses* at several Los Angeles area hotels, limousine services and other establishments responded to a story in the NY DAILY NEWS about Djimon walking out on Kimora over 'financial problems.'

Those witnesses told the media: "No you're wrong--he's got a girlfriend on the side."

(**Keep in mind that I also had other boyfriends around the country (the world actually), not just Djimon).

At that point, the NY DAILY NEWS began trying to track me down.  I did not contact them or in any way entice anyone into knowing my personal business with Djimon.

Once they did contact me, I still ignored them for a few days....until Princess Kimora pissed me off by having her "Spokeswoman" put my name in some kind of Press Release saying "We don't know her!" to the various news organizations.

It went on the local radio and I was so peeved that I decided to tell my side of the story.

Every newspaper involved can tell you that I did not originally want to speak on this story and that I originally ignored them until Kimora's Spokeswoman put my name in it.

When I finally did tell my story to the newspapers---they did not take my word for it.   The media doesn't work like that. They have to fact check in some manner in order to report something.

They interviewed other people about Djimon and myself....employees at hotels, limousine services and other establishments who TOLD THEM that they had seen me and Djimon together (with my skirt hiked up and me giggling) *sporadically* for the last 4 years.

I refuse to provide what few TEXT MESSAGES and voice mails that I have.

But the only reason my story was published in NY DAILY NEWS and other major newspapers is because they had significant witness information indicating beyond 'legal doubt' that I was telling the truth. So they published it.

I didn't want to hurt Djimon and I still don't. But by the same token--nobody's
going to hurt Kola either. 


After the "Kola Boof sex affair" angle was inserted into to previously published reports of Djimon and Kimora's breakup and the internet blew up with vitriolic hatred for me, "The Jump-off Home Wrecker"....and after Djimon denounced me as a liar;  I announced that I would be posting my own official statement.

I was served an unexpected shock...everyone wanted to stop me from delivering today's Official Statement...even to the point of offering money!

The Vice President of Djimon's birth country (Benin) contacted me...and Russell Simmons, Kimora's powerful ex-husband began harassing and smearing
my name.

I am including here now a small portion of what Mathurin Nago, the Vice President of Benin ordered me to do.

Vice President of Benin's message: 

Mathurin Nago:

"...Daughter, you and Djimon are both Africans. It's not right
for you to destroy your brother's legacy of hard works.  We do not have another world class movie star but Djimon Hounsou. He is the symbolic lion of the continent on screens across the world. You are a young lady and your place should be in support of your brothers. But you have attacked Wale, the
gifted musician for not showcasing African women in his videos and you now
disgrace yourself and Djimon with disclosures of bedroom vice. You must take such things to the grave Daughter and not make public disgrace of yourself and Africa. Your place is at your brother's feet, but you have been ill-raised by the Americans. It is their fault. I say with love that you are wrong to go forward with a public statement Thursday. If you have any respect for me like you say you do, I forbid you to tear down your brother and his hard works. Take these incidents of vice to the grave

As a Nilotic African woman, I cannot deny that I was very affected by Mr. Nago's
words. In fact, it still affects me. But I feel very strongly that I have a right
to give my press statement...and that my reputation and word is just as important as that of my brothers.

Take a deep breathe....

I was Djimon Hounsou's "hooni-hoosi-hole" for 4 years. His nickname for me
was "Tight Stuff." That is what he affectionately called me.

I liked our sexual encounters just as much as he did.  My thing was finding
places to fuck outdoors (naked in just heels; I have my own ranch & lake with woods)...*this always terrified Djimon but he did it anyway....and Djimon's thing was getting intense blow jobs; rough face-banging to the bottom of my throat to be exact.

Djimon told me that Kimora was not sexually pleasing for him.  He said she had been a real livewire before they got 'ritually married', but once they settled into
life at home, she became boring and lazy about pleasing him.

Not to be cruel...but in the marriage...Djimon was really just an unemployed actor whose best career move had been becoming a glorified assistant and Nanny to Kimora and Russell. 

He was not really the African King, but the ego-busted PROP for Kimora's
P.R. about her perfect life and family.  So yes, Kimora was very lazy
about taking care of Djimon's very ferocious sexual appetite. 

The one thing that Kimora DID DO that I was unable to do sexually---is provide
threesomes with other women.  She often treated him to one of her lesbian
"babes" and Djimon really liked that a lot and tried to pressure me to do it
but I refused. I told him that I would do it with two guys in the bed--but not two girls.  I have to be the only woman in a sex act.

Still, I was Djimon's "look forward to" piece.

Djimon told me that Kimora's vagina was like "bubblegum" and that his penis
kept falling out during intercourse.  He also complained of hygiene issues as
she is widely known to go without showering for days and lounge around in Sweat suits funky and oyster-smelling without a care.

I am vaginally infibulated an African ritual that has great meaning to African
men and to all men who like tight tiny pussy.

To be clear "vaginal infibulation" (which has been the horrific nightmare of my
entire life) is not Circumcision or Clitoris removal. *I have my clitoris. But 
at birth, they undo the vagina's inner muscles and reconfigure them to be
unnaturally tight---they then sew the vagina shut until your wedding day.

On that wedding day, they give the bride a set of rings...and the groom a
small razor to cut you open with.  You then spend about a month being de-virginized by the groom.

In my case, because my parents were murdered and UNICEF placed me in a
home with a Black American family--I lost my virginity to a Black American
"Boule Octoroon" from Howard University, my English tutor at age 17.

It took a month for Truce to fully penetrate me and have "stroking" intercourse with me.

Djimon and I were supposed to "cheat" just once...but I used my expertise
at sex to manipulate and control him.

We are both Sexual Athletes, but  Djimon is very innocent.  He's like that immigrant kid you show how to use the water fountain.  Just so naive and easy to manipulate. And to get back at Kimora, that is what I was doing.  In no time, Djimon told me that he was once again addicted to my pussy, my 44 double D all natural breasts and my ability to endure "face-banging" (we'd had a relationship years before).  He also loves tall women and I am taller than Kimora.  

Our affair began. 

We saw ourselves as 'buddies.' Nothing romantic; but very much like basketball buddies or something.  There is a definite affection.

Hmmmmm................. This is just way too revealing, like whatelse do we have to know again?


What was she thinking? If you are not happy in your own skin, nothing will do!
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