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