Popular Female Dancer “Ifeoma Efiokwu” Shows Off Abby Flat Tummy In New Photos
Someone should tell that man that’s not his next turn…
Members of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Isiokolo, Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, that thronged out yesteray for the governorship campaign rally of its candidate, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, described the birth of a baby girl at the campaign ground as an indication of victory for the party.
The nursing mother, Odiri
Benjamin, of Ward 10, Unit 7 in Ekaka village of Kokori, had joined
other PDP faithful in the area to welcome Governor Okowa to the area
when she reportedly had a contraction.
She was later delivered of a baby girl at the Council Pavilion by the medical team of the state government.
the jubilant crowd, Governor Okowa described the birth as an indication
of victory for the PDP candidates at all levels.
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RECORDS, Africa’s industry-leading music label, announces its
multimillion dollar equity investment partnership with KUPANDA HOLDINGS.
Mavin is focused on scaling operations to meet the rapidly growing
international demand for African music, on growing its roster and on
strengthening its services across A&R, touring, marketing,
distribution, publishing and partnerships.
mission is to grow Mavin Global into the music powerhouse of Africa”,
explains Michael Collins Ajereh a.k.a Don Jazzy, Mavin Global President
and Founder. “By collaborating with artists, African creatives, local
and international partners, we can become a globally recognized
household name and the go-to platform for connecting African music with
is home to iconic African artists like Tiwa Savage and Korede Bello.
Since its inception in 2012, Mavin has been an industry leader in
leveraging digital platforms like Youtube, Twitter and Instagram, both
to reach local audiences and grow significant fanbases among the African
diaspora in the US, Europe and UK. This investment will enable the
company to strengthen this advantage as it develops brand partnerships
that support its artists’ values and stories.
the resources and operational capacity Kupanda Capital brings along
with its investment, Mavin is now ready to grow our artist roster and
facilitate partnerships at a global scale. We are looking to build an
institution that will support the fantastic creative ecosystem in
Africa, and move Afrobeats to the forefront of the global industry,”
said Tega Oghenejobo, Chief Operating Officer of Mavin Global.
is the most populous country in Africa with a population of 180
million, and its music industry is projected to grow rapidly with
increasing smartphone penetration and the popularity of Youtube,
Twitter, Instagram and, increasingly, digital streaming platforms.
Across Africa, in cities like Lagos and Abidjan, the market for live
shows is increasing as well. Meanwhile, according to the most recent
publicly available data from industry trade body, IFPI, the global
recorded music market grew by 8.1% in 2017, reaching $17.3 billion that
year on the strength of digital streaming revenue. That growth is
expected to have continued in 2018,presenting an excellent environment
for Mavin to market its music globally.
Don Jazzy’s leadership in defining the sound of modern Afrobeats and
developing top African artists, Mavin Global has a unique advantage and
opportunity to build the record label that will accelerate the promotion of
African popular music to the world. We are impressed by the Mavin
team’s experience and are pleased to partner with them in their next
phase of growth.” said Bobby Pittman, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at
partnership is an excellent opportunity for us at Kupanda Capital to
deploy our business building capabilities alongside our data-driven
knowledge of the African consumer to scale Mavin’s operations across
Africa, and globally.” said Linda Oramasionwu-Leverette, Co-Founder and
Partner at Kupanda Capital.
Bello, whose global breakout hit “Do Like That” has been streamed over
200 million times worldwide, is among the artists enthusiastic about the
partnership. “I’m overjoyed to be part of this new era for Mavin. With
the support of this team, I’m excited to release new music for my fans
and connect with even more music lovers across the world.”
Some armed bandits who stormed Majema, Zurmi Local Government Area of Zamfara State, reportedly kidnapped a bride, three nursing mothers and many others.
The attack which came 48 hours after seven people
were kidnapped at a viewing centre in the Birnin Magaji Local Government
Area of Zamfara State, reportedly occurred on Monday night. While an
eyewitness who spoke to Punch’s correspondent disclosed that 26 people
were missing, the police however confirmed 13 people as missing.
An eyewitness who narrated how the armed bandits kidnapped a bride, three nursing mothers and not less than 13 people, said;
“Among those suspected to have been kidnapped were three nursing mothers, a bride and other residents of the village.
bandits, who descended on the village, were fully armed and carried out
their operation with no resistance, as they shot into the air
The police on its own part disclosed that a
combined team of the police, military and Civilian Joint Task Force in
Zurmi responded promptly and repelled the attack. Spokesperson for the
Zamfara State Police Command, Mohammed Shehu in a statement on Tuesday,
The attackers were forced to beat a retreat back to the
Dumburum forest. Sadly, 13 persons were later discovered to have been
kidnapped by the attackers.
“The command, in its efforts to
ensure the successful rescue of the kidnapped victims, dispatched a
search and rescue operation team to complement the efforts of the joint
security personnel currently on extensive bush combing.
press will be duly briefed on the outcome of the rescue operation. The
command appeals for continued support and cooperation with the police
and other security agencies by giving timely and useful information on
activities of criminal elements in the state.”
Minister for Transport and Campaign DG of the Muhammadu Buhari 2019 Presidential Campaign, Rotimi Amaechi bust some violent dance moves at the Party’s campaign rally recently in Enugu.
his fellow party members and the audience when he stepped in front of
the podium, with a broom in hand, and started dancing, twirling and
PoliticsNGR has been furnished with footage from the scene.
A man was severely dealt with after allegedly stabbing a girl to death earlier today in Imo state.
to reports, the man who is said to be mentally unstable – allegedly
stabbed the little victim to death with a knife at Douglas market in
Owerri, the state capital.
While the reason for his attack on the
girl is yet to be determined, it was gathered that the man was
seriously beaten by an angry mob and was almost lynched to death before
the arrival of security operatives in the area to control the situation.
The suspect was later whisked away by the police as investigation into the matter begins.
Dance hall singer Timaya poses with 3 G-Wagons with different colours…
The President of Nigerian Bar Association, Paul Usoro (SAN), has explained why he left the venue of the meeting of the National Judicial Council on Tuesday.
The NJC had held an emergency meeting in Abuja on Tuesday (today), but Usoro left the venue of the meeting almost immediately it started.
The reason for his leaving of the council’s meeting could not be immediately ascertained.
however, told our correspondent that he did not walk out of the
meeting. He said he left the venue after due permission from the Council
to attend to some urgent matters.
“Don’t have the impression that I walked out. I only left the venue after taking permission,” he said.
Suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen; and Acting CJN Tanko Mohammed, did not attend the meeting.
former President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Umar Abdullahi, was
elected to preside over the meeting as an interim chairman.
Muhammadu Buhari suspended Onnoghen on Friday based on an ex parte
order of the Code of Conduct Tribunal which ordered him to step aside.
The President swore in Mohammed in his place in acting capacity.
action has drawn criticisms from the Nigerian Bar Association and
opposition parties which accused Buhari of eroding the independence of
The NJC also referred a petition against the CCT chairman, Danladi Umar, to the Federal Judicial Service Commission.
to a press release by the NJC’s Director (Information), Soji Oye, the
council took the decisions after considering four petitions filed at its
The statement explained that the petition against
Onnoghen was by Zikhrillahi Ibrahim of Resource Centre for Human Rights
& Civil Education; while two petitions against Acting CJN Mohammed
came from Centre for Justice and Peace Initiative; and also from Olisa
It added that the petition against Umar was authored by the Centre for Justice and Peace Initiative.
statement added, “Council referred the petition against Hon. Danladi
Yakubu Umar to the Federal Judicial Service Commission, which is the
appropriate constitutional body empowered to deal with it.
line with its procedure, Council also forwarded the petitions against
Hon. Justices W.S.N. Onnoghen, GCON; and I. T. Mohammed, CFR, to them
for their responses.
“In view of the gravity of the matters
involved, Council abridged the usual response period from fourteen (14)
to seven (7) working days for the Hon. Justices to respond.
“Hon. Mr. Justice W. S. N. Onnoghen, GCON and Hon. Mr. Justice I.T. Mohammed, CFR, recused themselves from the meeting.
Council elected Hon. Mr. Justice Umaru Abdullahi, CON, former President
of the Court of Appeal, as Interim Chairman to preside over the
The Council will reconvene on February 11.
The national leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on Tuesday supported President Muhammadu Buhari’s suspension of Walter Onnoghen as the Chief Justice of Nigeria.
responding to criticisms over Onnoghen’s suspension said those who were
faulting the President’s decision, particularly Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of
the Peoples Democratic Party, apparently did not know the difference
between suspension and sacking.
The APC Leader said this in a statement he personally signed and made available to journalists on Tuesday.
On what will happen to the CJN, Tinubu noted that If the CJN is exonerated, then he will return to his position.
however, noted if it was during Obasanjo/Atiku adminstration Onnoghen
would have been “shipped off to that infamous farm in Ota where he would
have begun his new career in plucking poultry.”
read: “Buhari actually exercised considerable restraint in this matter.
He has reasonably balanced concerns about the integrity of the judiciary
with concerns for the individual rights of the accused.
“Nothing has been taken from the CJN that cannot be restored if the facts warrant such restoration.
President Buhari conditionally suspended the CJN. By doing so, this
allows for the case to move forward without the CCT or others fearing
the CJN might use his position to unduly interfere with proceedings.
“If the CJN is exonerated, then he will return to his position. If not exonerated, then a more permanent discipline awaits him.
is an imminently fair and balanced approach, especially given the fact
that the constitution and other laws really do not provide clear and
unambiguous guidance in how to proceed in a case whether the CJN is the
defendant under this unique fact pattern.
“While Atiku rails
against Buhari because of this act of restraint, we can but imagine the
tack Chief Obasanjo and Atiku would have taken if they presided over
“By now, they would have put CJN Onnoghen in the stocks or shipped him off to that infamous farm in Ota where he would have begun his new career in plucking poultry.”
Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria has stated that the President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration has no regard for the Judiciary including the electoral body- the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
the presidential candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), said
that the present government has attacked the judiciary in a
constitutional coup d’etat and does not respect the independence of any
institution, including INEC. The YPP presidential candidate made this
statement during the 70th Anniversary of the Nigerian Tribune titled:
“Unveiling of the New Look Tribune” held at Sheraton Hotels, Lagos.
during the event on a theme: “Electoral Integrity, Legitimacy of
Democratic Institutions and Good Governance,” Moghalu said he was afraid
for INEC and cannot say he has faith in them, until they do the right
thing after the elections are concluded. He said: “Well, INEC would have
to demonstrate its effectiveness and its impartiality. And we can only
see that after the elections have been conducted and concluded.
According to the PDP, the situation was so pathetic that a discomfited President Buhari could not articulate any message to support his re-election bid but told Nigerians to vote for any candidate of their choice in the general election.
The PDP said, “It was pitiable to
watch Mr. President garble, as the audience who refused to carry APC
broom also remained passive, while many started leaving the venue while
he was still presenting his address.
confessed that he had nothing new to tell Nigerians. If anything, the
APC Presidential candidate, in his party’s usual penchant for false
performance claims, alluded to a non-existent ‘market money’ which
elicited heckles from the audience.
“The fact that a sitting
President cannot attract a meaningful audience from the same state where
a mammoth and overflowing crowd received Atiku Abubakar, just a week
ago, further confirms that Nigerians, across the board, have indeed
attained a consensus to return the PDP to power, come February 16, 2019.
PDP therefore charges President Buhari to counsel himself, end his
desperation for power and spend the remaining days to prepare his hand
over notes to Atiku Abubakar, so that our nation can be returned to the
path of peace, national cohesion and economic prosperity, which has
eluded us in almost four years.”
The Kumasi Krofrom based younger 21-yr-old lady commits suicide at the sunrise of yesterday, Monday 28th January 2019.
beautiful Ghanaian female, Milton Whamper has committed suicide after
her Unclad photos and videos had been leaked by her boyfriend she
According to buddies and cherished ones, Milton Whamper
born Cecilia Konadu Boakye, a completely quiet and pretty young woman
turned into courting one of these fraud boys but at a factor, she were
given bored to death with the life of her as a substitute hyper
boyfriend and determined to get out of the relationship
The boyfriend resisted the breakup but Milton become adamant and broke up with this fraud boy despite all his pleading.
having her bare pictures and films and additionally her fb login
information, he started sharing the pictures and video to her Facebook
friends via her very own Facebook inbox.
Well, Milton posted
clearly on her Facebook timeline that she is not the one sending
pictures and films however she kept being mocked.
May Her Soul Rest In Perfect Peace…
Mavin Act Dija Who has being very secret about her family finally show off her husband as they both hangout at a beach.
The duo were seeing together enjoying themselves and also with their children together.
The National Judicial Council (NJC) yesterday gave the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen and the one acting, Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed, a-week ultimatum to respond to the allegations of corruption and professional misconduct levelled against them.
to the gravity of the allegations, the NJC abridged the time and gave
the accused persons one week instead of the usual 14 working days to
respond to the allegations, an indication that they may be sacrificed to
restore sanctity in the highly revered arm of government.
council asked Onnoghen to explain why he did not declare all his assets
and Mohammed why he submitted himself for appointment without the
involvement of the NJC.The body, with the powers to discipline erring
judicial officers, held the emergency meeting principally to consider
petitions written against the two most senior judicial officers in the
country. Since the two are incidentally involved in the crisis, they
expectedly recused themselves from the meeting.
As a result,
former president of the Court of Appeal, Justice Umaru Abdullahi, was
elected interim chairman to preside over the meeting.The next in rank at
the Supreme Court, who incidentally is not a member of the NJC, Justice
Olabode Rhodes-Vivour, could not be drafted into the meeting, since he
may be the obvious beneficiary of the crisis.
If the council
sanctions Onnoghen and Mohammed with dismissal, Rhodes-Vivour would
automatically step in as the most senior justice of the Supreme Court
and the NJC would recommend him to the president for appointment.
the NJC had to abridge the time also because Justice Mohammed is
occupying the office based on an interim order. Interim orders have
short life spans. If the order expires, there will be the need for a
fresh order to continue to keep him in office, as vacancy must be
anyone occupying the office of the CJN in acting capacity cannot be
reappointed by the president if he fails to get the Senate confirmation
at the expiration of three months and it is not likely the current
Senate would confirm anyone not nominated by the NJC.
231 (1) of the 1999 Constitution states: “The appointment of a person
to the office of Chief Justice of Nigeria shall be made by the President
on the recommendation of the National Judicial Council subject to
confirmation of such appointment by the Senate.”
provides that: “If the office of Chief Justice of Nigeria is vacant or
if the person holding the office is for any reason unable to perform the
functions of the office, then until a person has been appointed to and
has assumed the functions of that office, or until the person holding
has resumed those functions, the President shall appoint the most senior
Justice of the Supreme Court to perform those functions.”
5, however, provides that “Except on the recommendation of the National
Judicial Council, an appointment pursuant to the provisions of
subsection (4) of this section shall cease to have effect after the
expiration of three months from the date of such appointment, and the
President shall not re-appoint a person whose appointment has lapsed.”
appointment by the president happened when there was no vacancy for the
office.In the petition against Onnogen, a civil society group, Resource
Centre for Human Rights & Civil Education had accused him of
non-declaration of his assets as required by law for public officers. He
was charged with the offence at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT).
This resulted in President Muhammadu Buhari suspending him and swearing
in Mohammed in his place.
Consequently, another civil society
group, Centre for Justice and Peace Initiative, and a former president
of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Dr. Olisa Agbakoba (SAN)
petitioned against Mohammed for accepting the invitation to be sworn in
as the acting CJN.
In the petition dated January 28, Agbakoba
said Mohammed should be sanctioned for assuming office “despite knowing
of his unconstitutional appointment.”“Hon. Justice Tanko is fully aware
of the state of law, yet presented himself to be sworn in by the
“Incidentally, Justice Tanko was a member of the NJC
panel that removed Justice Obisike Orji of the Abia State High Court for
accepting to be sworn in as chief judge by the governor of Abia State
without the recommendation of the NJC.“It is a matter of regret that
Justice Tanko who participated in this process will lend himself to this
“We pray the NJC to determine this
petition in line with the decision in Justice Obisike Orji by
immediately removing Tanko as Justice of the Supreme Court on grounds of
gross misconduct which has generated perhaps the most controversial
crisis in Nigeria’s judicial history.”
Not being a judicial
officer, the NJC referred the petition written against the CCT Chairman,
Danladi Umar, to the Federal Judicial Service Commission (FJSC), saying
it is the appropriate constitutional body empowered to deal with it.The
body adjourned to February 11.
Here is the moment President Buhari amidst state APC crisis, told Imolites to vote who they like in the upcoming governorship election indirectly supporting Okorocha whose candidate, his son in law, didn’t get the APC ticket.
The look on the face of the party chairman, Adams Oshiomhole, sparked speculations if he’s angry with what PMB said.
The Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha who’s happy with what the President said, hurriedly raised his hand [Buhari] immediately he finished his speech…
Makarfi, Ashiru, others deplore El-Rufai’s poor governance in Kaduna.
PDP candidate pledges to revive state
Standard-Bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP ) in Kaduna State , Isa Ashiru, yesterday blamed Governor Nasir El – Rufai for poor governance and backwardness of the state .
Ashiru, who promised to return the state to the path of development and unity , spoke at a campaign rally in Zonkwa and Kachia, in Zango Kataf Local Government Area .A former governor of the state , Ahmed Makarfi, assured party supporters that Ashiru would return the state to peace , unity and development, if elected.
Also speaking at the rally , a former Aviation Minister and Kaduna State PDP Chairman , Felix Hassan Hyat , lamented that El – Rufai has plunged the state into hunger and kidnapping. He said : “I feel sorry for Kaduna State now that hunger, killings , large scale job losses and absence of development has been the trade mark of the APC under El -Rufai .
“When you vote for Ashiru, the PDP will take Kaduna State from its present backwardness and tyranny of power , to the days when the PDP constructed roads , built schools , hospitals , and provided rural areas with electricity and many more .”
Makarfi, a former Chairman, Caretaker Committee of the PDP , explained: “ When we came to power in 1999 , we found out then that Col . Hameed Ali , now Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service ( NCS) , had sacked workers in large numbers , but we returned most of them .
“When you vote for Ashiru, our presidential candidate , Atiku Abubakar and all our candidates, we shall return most of you who lost your jobs , and we shall ensure that we continue PDP ’ s trademark , which is unity , security and development. ”
Running mate to Ashiru, representative of Zangon Kataf /Jaba Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives, Sunday Marshal Katung , cautioned against what he described as “ later day love , ” for the people. Katung expressed disappointment that the All Progressives Congress ( APC) is known for arrogance, deceit, and marginalisation of non-party members , as well as contempt for the people of Zango Kataf .
“Never trust them now that they are wooing you with later day love . If they never loved you for nearly four years, is it now that they will respect and treat you well when you return them to a final lap of four years?” he asked . Immediate past governor of the state , Dr. Mukhtar Ramalan Yero , and former Minister of Environment , Mrs . Laurentia Mallam expressed confidence that Zangon Kataf people would vote for the PDP .
A young lady got more than she bargained for after she was lured into a den of torture for having a secret affair with a married man.
man’s wife set a trap for the mistress after discovering her affair
with her hussy. According to reports, the wife had been suspecting her
husband of infidelity and finally confirmed her suspicions after her
husband forgot his phone at home one day on his way to work.
wife then plotted to trap his mistress by sending a text message to the
side chick she suspected, pretending to be her husband and asking her to
come home, so they could ‘get down’.
To make the message even
more convincing, the woman in a part of her message wrote; “My stupid
wife is not home, come over and let’s make some sweet love”
the side chick who probably had been waiting for her next sex romp with
the man, quickly rushed to his house only for her to realize that she
had run into trouble.
The angry wife who had earnestly been
waiting for her, beat her up and even took her clothes off, while
letting another person record the whole incident after which she
uploaded the video online.
Beautiful model and nollywood actress Ufuoma Mc Dermott show off her beautiful kids as she prepares them for school.
actress who has being on a busy schedule still spare time to take care
of her kids as they are already seen in a clean uniform.
Nigerian actress Yvonne Jegede who reportedly packed out of her husband’s house just of recent after marriage crashed, is all smile as she shares adorable new photo. She wrote;
Life is like a coin. You can spend it on whatever you want but you can only spend it once… Great things are about to happen.
Former big brother naija housemate, Nina who is celebrating her 1st year anniversary which she got to the Big brother house shared lovely photos of herself in a floral outfit and she’s so gorgeous.
The United States Centre For Security Studies declares that Nigeria under Buhari is in a SOS situation, and recommends immediate intervention before it explodes.
The world is rising up against
tyrannical tendencies which include complete disregard for the rule of
law, total disregard for court orders , spending without appropriation,
extra judicial killing and slaughter, and many other undemocratic
activities of this administration.
Recall that last week the US
ambassador in response the Buharis statement on interference stated that
the United States government is interested in Nigerias democracy
because what affects Nigeria will have grave consequences around the
A 32-year-old man, Jibrin Abu, pictured above, has been arrested by
the police in Niger state for allegedly beating his wife, Victoria, to
death with a piece of wood over allegations that she cheated on him.
According to the police, Abu who hails from Dabogi village in Lapai,
used a piece of wood to beat his wife to death for failing to heed to
his warning that she should stop talking on phone to male friends.
Narrating what happened, Abu said his wife is a disgrace to
womanhood. He accused her of bringing men into their matrimonial home
and that he killed her to save his family name from shame.
“I used a wood to kill her after several warnings for her to desist
from taking calls from men in my house. I have been suspecting that my
wife was sleeping around with other men in my village but in the heat of
argument, I killed her. My late wife brought men into our matrimonial
home and my culture abhors such an act; that was why I killed her to
save the family from the shame,” he added.
Confiirming the incident, the spokesperson of the state police
command, Muhammad Abubakar, said Abu, after killing his wife, attempted
to commit suicide by drinking Sniper insecticide, but he was rushed to
the Lapai General Hospital by police operatives and was treated.
Abubakar added that Abu would be charged to court soon.