Friday, June 23, 2017

‘Cheating Doesn’t Make Your Husband A Bad Person, It Only Validates Him As A Man’ – Actress Funke Adesiyan







Advising Nigerian women to stop making cheating an issue, Nollywood actress Funke Adesiyan has taken to Instagram to tell women that cheating doesn’t make your male partner a bad person, but only validates him as a man.

According to the actress, women should look beyond the flaw of cheating, and focus on the way their men treat them. Here’s what she wrote;






“Leaving a man because he cheats is like relocating from Nigeria to America because of rain. News flash: it rains everywhere. Find a good man who loves you and appreciates you. Every other thing can be worked on. Men are naturally born to cheat. Look beyond this flaw and focus on how he treats you.”

She went further to write;

“Good morning guys. I read many comments from my last post and I couldn’t stop laughing. It’s funny that it’s women who are answering for their men that the men don’t cheat on them. My sisters, let the men answer for themselves. The truth is a bitter pill to swallow.

You cannot answer for people. I stand by my position 100%. I know that as a modern woman, we aim to break away from the norm and be as westernised as possible but believe me, it happens everywhere. It’s only those who got caught that are referred to as offenders. Not many men can sincerely say they have been with only their partner for 10yrs without “playing”. It doesn’t make them bad people, it just makes them men.
#factfile #nofilter #skingoals”

Photo: Billionaire Kidnap Kingpin, Evans’ Fake Passport Surfaces, Other Information







Following the arrest of billionaire kidnap kingpin, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike popularly known as Evans, more information about the arrested criminal mastermind has surfaced.

According to latest documents made available by the Nigerian Police, the notorious kidnap kingpin obtained his Ghanaian passport with a fake name.

The Nigerian Police in a copy of the Ghanaian passport recovered, Evans obtained the Ghanaian passport under the false name Asare Nelson.

Evans was reported to have obtained the passport on January 10, 2013.




The latest information comes after the billionaire kidnap kingpin had confessed to being a drug trafficker adding that he left the business when one of his clients shot him. He further revealed that the drug trafficking business led to his colon cancer after one of his parcels burst inside of him.

The Nigerian Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris had earlier on Tuesday revealed that a joint effort and intelligence sharing between Ghanaian authorities and the Nigerian Police Force led to the arrest of the notorious kidnap kingpin.

Ibrahim Idris further revealed that the notorious kidnapper has a Ghanaian passport and cautioned the Ghanaian authorities to tighten modalities for the issuance of passports.


He said: “Nigerians are celebrating the arrest of the Ghanaian-Nigerian. Ghanaian because he has a Ghanaian passport something you guys have to look at.”

Information so far about the arrested criminal mastermind reveals that he has made over $7billion from the kidnapping business and was a one-time drug trafficker cum thief.

Evans is reported to have three mansions and was reported to have relocated his wife whom he reportedly transferred the sum of N20 million to four days before his arrest to Ghana along with his six children because of the nature of his job.

Onwuamadike reportedly owns two houses in Accra; one of them, a duplex located at Spintex, an Accra metropolis where his wife, Mrs Uchenna Precious Onwuamadike lives with their children.



Source: The Herald

Apapa-Wharf gridlock may lead to fuel scarcity, NUPENG warns




The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has expressed concern over the gridlock being experienced by petroleum tankers and articulated vehicles as a result of the ongoing reconstruction on Apapa-Wharf road, Lagos.

Tokunbo Korodo, the south-west chairman of the union in an interview with NAN in Lagos on Thursday, noted that the gridlock may result in fuel scarcity.

According to Korodo, since the inauguration of reconstruction of the road, petroleum tanker drivers had been on cue, finding it difficult to gain access to the tank farms to get products.

He said that the tank farms within the Apapa Marine Bridge road received petroleum products from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) which was to be distributed by petroleum tankers to different parts of the country.

He however said that the reconstruction of the road would affect movement of articulated vehicles to the port, adding that it was also taking its toll on tanker drivers as they now find it difficult loading at tank farms in the area.

“The reconstruction work on Apapa Wharf Road will affect loading of our petroleum tankers at the depots,” Korodo said.

“Since the inauguration of reconstruction works, our tankers have queued up on the roads finding it difficult to gain access to tank farms.

“Even queuing of articulated vehicles, going to the port have blocked the access road and tankers have been on the same spot for three days now.

“We want to apply to NNPC to use its System 2B distribution channel to pump products to its depots in Mosinmi, Ejigbo, Ibadan, Ilorin and Ore so that most of the tankers will stop coming to Apapa to load.

“It is irrational now for tankers to come and load at Apapa tank farms because the access roads are blocked and traffic is the order of the day.”

Korodo called on NNPC to address the lingering issues before it degenerates into fuel scarcity, adding that the delay in getting petroleum products to filling stations would be seen as lack of products.

The federal government had on Saturday handed over the road to Dangote Industries Limited and Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc for immediate reconstruction with a concrete overlay.

Dangote had said that the poor state of the road costs the economy N20bn daily.

“The economy loses more than N20 billion daily. It affects businesses across the country. All our operations in the hinterland in Ilorin, in Kano are operating at 40 per cent maximum capacity,” Dangote said.

“Today, there is no linkage road going from South West to the North. You have to go all the way through Ajaokuta, Obajana, Lokoja and you have to go by that uncompleted road Obasanjo started 13 years ago.

“Both Dangote and Flour Mills are pumping in over N2.5 billion for the 2 kilometres double lane on each side making a total of 4 kilometres.”


Source: The Cable

Actress Juliana Olayode AKA “Toyo Baby” Finally Opens Up On Beef With Funke Akindele



The removal of Juliana Olayode popularly know as Toyo Baby from Funke Akindele’s Jenifa series, raised so many eyebrows and different people suggested different things all geared towards the duo having a misunderstanding!

The both parties have remained coy on this matter until today, Juliana decided to break the ice in what she captioned “The Relationship Between Jenifa And Toyo Baby Uncensored”.



Read the post below:

​Thank you for choosing to read this post. It hurts when people spread lies about you and you cannot do anything to defend yourself. But thank God for a platform like this. I would be saying a lot of things; it would be a long read but I promise you would enjoy reading.

I would be stating in clear terms the relationship I had with Aunty Funke. I used ‘had’ and would be talking in past tense because like you know, I am presently not on the Jenifa’s Diary series. And guess what? The news just broke lately, but I have been off the series since May, 2016 (last year); it’s been over a year already.

My post would be in two parts; who Aunty Funke was to me (Juliana), and then, who I was to her. These are things only few people know but I am ready to let the world know.

Yes! I will start with her. Why? She’s an amazing person and I can’t wait for you to know how lovely she is on a one-on-one basis. We all have our flaws but we choose rather to celebrate our strengths. Here goes!

Aunty Funke to Juliana!

COACH

Aunty Funke met me for the first time at the auditions of Jenifa’s Diary (she did not know me prior to that day). She saw my talent and believed in me. I worked with her for years; she trained me and helped me in becoming a better actress. She would not take anything short of excellence from her cast. I honestly have not seen anyone in Nollywood more hard working than Aunty Funke. And she made it a duty to correct me and coach me on being better.

BENEFACTOR

Aunty Funke helped pay my mum’s hospital bill for a fibroid surgery, two hundred and fifty thousand naira (N250,000), because I had no money at that time. She also gave to the ministry dear to my heart, MINE Teenage Ministry when we were preparing for an event, one hundred thousand naira (N100,000) and my pastor called to appreciate her. So apart from my pay as an actress on the series (which I won’t mention), that’s all I received from her money-wise, asides from change she gave me for transport when leaving set because as at then, I used to jump bus, ‘keke’ and bike to and fro set up until I left the series…lol. But in all, God used her to meet that major need in my life at that time.

BIG SISTER AND ADVISER

I fondly remember the times Aunty Funke would call me to her room while I was staying in her house (during set), and talk to me. She would take her time to advise me and encourage me as regards life in general. One particular day I treasure was the day she came to the room I stayed and told me, in a mother’s tone that I was beautiful and she warned me sternly never to bleach. I smile whenever I remember that. God bless her kind heart!p

CHEERLEADER AND ENCOURAGER

Aunty Funke never ceased to celebrate me. Knowing how excellent she is at what she does (acting), I was shocked, elated and excited all at once the day she told me I was a good actress. She told me I would be great and celebrated. She saw years ago what is happening today. I am thankful for her words.

Juliana to Aunty Funke!

UNOFFICIAL PA

I was privileged to be the one holding Aunty Funke’s bag while on set. I ‘kept’ the money we spent on day-to-day running and was required to balance account afterwards. I don’t like Mathematics, so that was a lot of work…lol. Money was never unaccounted for in my keep. I ran errands for Aunty Funke and made sure all that was needed was supplied.

UNOFFICIAL ASSISTANT MAKE-UP ARTIST

On set, on some occasions, when I was not acting, I was fanning and dabbing the faces of other actresses (including extras). So, this is for those that have accused me of being proud. Please ask those I fanned and dabbed while preparing to go on set later. On some occasions, I also did my own makeup and that of some other cast. All I wanted to do was SERVE; I wanted every set to be a success.

UNOFFICIAL ASSISTANT CATERER


On set, there were different occasions I served cast and crew (plus extras) food and water. At some points, I joined in washing plates when the plates were not enough to go round. And times I was not acting, and I saw the ‘Mamas’ needed help, I joined them in washing plates. They are alive to bear witness.

UNOFFICIAL ASSISTANT COSTUMIER

I hardly forget things I memorised, so I knew the continuity of major characters on the set. Aunty Funke used to ask Costumiers to confirm costumes with me. On some occasions.I had to go to set earlier than others and leave later than others to sort out costumes, including wigs and other accessories. I looked forward to doing it and never once complained

UNOFFICIAL ASSISTANT DRIVER

I could not drive while on Jenifa’s Diary set, and I still cannot…lol but I woke up early on different occasions to wash Aunty Funke’s car. The times I didn’t wash, I dusted the car. She is a neat person, so I made sure the inside of the car and the boot were tidy and clean. For me, it was pleasure serving Aunty Funke.

UNOFFICIAL CLEANER

I lived with Aunty Funke while set was on, so I counted it my duty to clean the house. She lived in a duplex at Chevron at that time, so I cleaned the entire house. Sweeping and moping from room to room. Scrubbing bathroom after bathroom. I arranged wardrobe after wardrobe, laid one bed after another. You would not know any of these if I am not saying this. I did all this with joy. She was special to me and you serve those you love.

UNOFFICIAL WASHER WOMAN

Aunty Funke is neat and very tidy and she does professional drycleaning. But there were times she needed a dress washed urgently and I helped her wash. Please don’t accuse me of being proud or rude to Aunty Funke again. I SERVED her WHOLEHEARTEDLY.

UNOFFICIAL COOK

Some of my fond memories with Aunty Funke are the times I cooked for Aunty Funke. I enjoyed cooking for her. I followed someone who lived with her then (name withheld) to market on different occasions to buy things we used to cook. Please note, I had a home of my own. I stayed with Aunty Funke only when we were shooting except times she specifically asked me to come over.

UNOFFICIAL MASSUER

I learnt how to massage with Aunty Funke; I learnt on the job…lol. I knew she was usually tired when we got back so it was my pleasure to relieve her; she sometimes slept off while I massaged her. There was a day we were on location and we did not take the oil. Someone offered oil but as I held it, my spirit was not at peace. So, I bowed my head and prayed over the oil. I did not know Aunty Funke was watching me. When I opened my eyes, she asked what I did and I told her. Her response was “O se oko mi”, translated, “thank you my dear”.

PRAYER PARTNER

There were different times Aunty Funke called me to pray on location, and sometimes at home. There was a time I gave her a Word of Knowledge. I had a dream once, I told her, and it happened the next day. I fasted and prayed with Aunty Funke and her sister. She called me to pray with her at midnight at some points. She knew from the onset that I was a Christian and that I was committed to prayer. There were different times we both prayed and asked God to give us sponsors. So, for those that have accused me of being “holier-than-thou”, that is the real me o! Everybody on every set I have gone, including Jenifa’s Diary, know I am unapologetically sold out to Jesus. I am not ‘deceiving’ anybody. That is my ‘real face’…lol

SCRIPT ADVISER

I had the pleasure of sitting and gisting with Aunty Funke at different points, whether at home or in the car. We would talk about the script. She sometimes had inspirations in the car and she would ask me to write it down so she doesn’t forget, and she would ask my opinion. I treasure those moments. Interestingly,there was a day we were talking at the house and her husband was there. I talked about loving High School movies and Musicals. I said I wondered why we didn’t have such in Nigeria. Then, we all started talking. JJC Skills even ‘drafted’ me into it already but we were just talking lightly. It is my joy that “INDUSTREET” is a reality today!

Let me stop here! So, with these few points of mine, I hope I have been able to convince you and not confuse you that you shouldn’t believe everything you read until you hear from the source.

Your question now is, what happened? Hmmm! We had a misunderstanding and I cannot disclose what happened without Aunty Funke’s permission. But if you read all I said in the post, you would gather that we were quite close. And when two people get that close, misunderstandings are bound to occur.

All I have said, you can confirm. 100% truth and UNCENSORED!!!

So, it is God, who saw my faithfulness and commitment, Who is rewarding me and announcing me to the world. Dear aspiring celeb, please SERVE and not seek to be served.

Much love!

Juliana Olayode.[/b]

I Will Replace Evans, Kill Countless Souls If He Is Killed – Young Nigerian



A Nigerian social media user, identified as ‘T Shine Sisi Eko’, in a post that has gone viral on Facebook, promised to kill a large number of Nigerians if billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudi Onuamadike a.k.a Evans, is eventually sentenced to death by the Federal Government.


The self-acclaimed artist on his Facebook profile wrote that he doesn’t know Evans personally, but he just does not want him dead. He wrote:


NIGERIA IS SO USELESS. I DON’T KNOW THIS MAN BUT I DON’T JST WANT HIM DEAD. AND IF HE MISTAKENLY GOT KILLED BY STUPID NIGERIA GOV ON SUNDAY,I SWEAR ME T SHINE SISI EKO,,WILL REPLACE HIM AND I MUST KILL UNCOUNTABLE SOULS, BET ME



See post below:




Thursday, June 22, 2017

Alleged Apostle Suleman’s Mistress, Stephanie Otobo’s Sister Allegedly Stole Money In US





Stephanie Otobo, an alleged mistress to the Omega Fire Ministries, OFM’s founder and lead pastor, Apostle Suleman has been drawn into another social media controversy after a social media user called her sister out for theft.

According to the social media user, Stephanie Otobo’s sister who goes by the name Blessing Lube on Facebook defrauded a man of $1,300 in the United States.

The social media user wrote:

BREAKING NEWS…STEPHANIE OTOBO SISTER ABSCOND WITH SAPELE GUYS MONEY IN USA

“This lady wearing nurse uniform is the sister of Stephanie Otobor.
the girl who was reported to have had scandal with the preacher, Apostle Johnson Suleiman.

Stephie Otobo Elder Sister whose facebook name is Blessing Lube was reported to have duped a Sapele Senior bros the sum of $1,300.00 in USA. It was gathered that she paid a visit to him and after been given the treatment of a brother who saw her long gone sister, she absconded with his money. It was giving a suit case full of female clothing’s and giving a hundred dollar!

It is a shame that this kind of people are the ones making our brothers and sisters outside the country not to assist fellow Safarians.”

How We Got Information Leading To Billionaire Kidnap Kingpin, Evans’ Arrest – IGP






The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has following the arrest of Nigerian billionaire kidnap kingpin, Onwumadike Chukwudubem popularly known as Evans, revealed why the IRT led by Abba Kyari was able to arrest the criminal mastermind.

Speaking in Accra, Ghana, the IGP revealed that the arrest of the culprit came as part of information sharing and intelligence cooperation among police services in West Africa.

Ibrahim Idris while pointing out that the cooperation between the Ghanaian forces and the Nigerian Police led to the arrest of the criminal mastermind who revealed he has made over $7billion from the kidnapping trade noted that information sharing was crucial to tackling the menace of trans-border crimes in West Africa.


He said: “through such exchange that we were able to nab a Ghanaian/Nigerian kidnapper two weeks ago, after evading arrest for many years.”


The IGP, Idris while delivering a paper titled, “The role of Nigeria Police in national security and its contributions in West Africa,” at the ongoing West Africa international security conference said: “For several years, Evans terrorised Nigerians and nationals of many countries across West Africa.

“Efforts to apprehend him did not yield the desired results until we spread our search net wider.”

The IGP further noted that the Nigerian Police Force, NPF, had 300,000 personnel in 127 area commands and 5303 divisions. He noted that the force had consistently contributed to stability and peace in ECOWAS nations and under UN mandates.


“The Nigeria Police Force trained 250 Liberian Police personnel in 2005 and has consistently offered training slots to police officers from Gambia and Sierra Leone at the Police Staff College, Jos and the Police Academy, Wudil.



Source: Herald

Image result for My Mother’s Reaction When I Got Pregnant At 17 – Iretiola Doyle


Nollywood actress, Iretiola Doyle who revealed that she first got pregnant at the age of 17 has opened up more on what she had to face for taking in at a very tender age.

The actress while opening up on her past life, especially her childhood revealed that her family members, including her mother were not too excited for her.

She added that her mother was harsh on her for the pregnancy.

Speaking in Lagos at the Harvesters International Christian Centre, the actress said: “You have to surround yourself with people who love and support you. I was blessed to have people around me; unfortunately these people are not family members.”

She added: “My mother didn’t take it lightly with me. I wouldn’t have handled it the way she did because I belong to a different generation. I was nurtured by people I met and they constantly reminded me that my life didn’t end with that bad situation.”

She further pointed out: “I felt I still remained who I was. I came from a very good home, not by wealth but value. Education was not negotiable in my family. I didn’t want that one mistake to define who I was. But it was quite difficult for me because it was the talk of the town for quite a number of years.”




Source: The Herald
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