Saturday, October 11, 2014

Jessica-Biel Pregnant And Her Baby Bump Spotted In Australia

Is Jessica Biel pregnant with a baby-bump? Just last month Jessica Biel and her hubby Justin Timberlake were embroiled in a rumored cheating scandal when Justin was photographed allegedly acting a little too friendly with one of his back-up dancers,Zenya Bashford. It wasn’t the first time that Justin had gotten himself in some hot water over his wandering eye, and Jessica was rumored to be divorcing the pop star. But, it looks like their marriage has done a complete 360 degree turn, and now they are expecting their first child together.
Jessica Biel was photographed arriving at an Australian airport on September 29th, she was scheduled to join her husband Justin Timberlake, who is currently touring Sydney. As soon as Biel stepped off the plane and her photos hit the internet, the media began speculating that the actress was sporting a small baby bump. A few days later Jessica was photographed in a bikini on Bondi Beach in Australia, and there was no question about it, a definite baby bump was present.
This will be Jessica and Justin’s first child together, the couple have reportedly been feuding over when they would start a family for quite a while now. The actress was eager to start popping out little Justin Jr.’s, but Timberlake was adamant he didn’t want children right now and wanted to focus on his career. It looks like Jessica finally got her wish, and just in time to save their marriage, after Justin’s latest cheating scandal.
Jessica and Justin haven’t actually confirmed the pregnancy, but it will most likely only be a matter of a time before they have no choice but to address Jessica’s growing baby bump. Do you think a baby will help Justin settle down? Or will he continue his tour and partying and leave Jessica stuck raising the baby on her own? Let us know what you think in the comments below! More pics below

Innocent Love: Friends Defend Kylie Jenner And Tyga’s Relationship

Kylie Jenner, 17, and Tyga, 24, raised more than a few eyebrows when they stepped out for an intimate sushi dinner at Los Angeles hotspot Kabuki on Oct. 6. “They’re really learning more about one another” on dates like these, a source tells EXCLUSIVELY. So does that mean that their friendship is developing into something more? Here’s what we know.
Kylie and Tyga have been spending a lot of time together lately and it seems like they like what they’re learning about each other. So are they dating or what?
“They’re just chilling and really like hanging out,” a source tells EXCLUSIVELY. “They’re good friends and Tyga wouldn’t have it any other way right now. There’s nothing heavy popping off with them other than causal dinners and conversations and really learning more about one another. It’s innocent love.”
Yes, our source used the L-word! This sounds serious.

Copule Alert: Nick Cannon and Amber Rose Spotted Together At London’s DSTRKT Nightclub ( photo)

Mmmmm it seems like the rumor about Nick Cannon and Amber Rose dating was not just a mere rumor. Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose’s divorce broke news suspiciously soon after Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey confirmed they were divorcing. It wasn’t long before rumors emerged that Nick Cannon and Amber Rose were hooking up, and multiple sources revealed that Nick was a driving force in Wiz and Amber’s marriage crashing and burning.
Amber Rose took to Twitter last week and finally addressed the rumors that she was having an affair with Nick Cannon last week. She insisted that she had never been unfaithful to Wiz Khalifa, and insisted that the reason they split up was because he was actually unfaithful. Amber also went on the record and insisted that she and Nick Cannon were “just friends” and there was nothing going on between them.

But, it looks like Amber wasn’t telling the whole truth, or any truth for the matter. Nick Cannon and Amber Rose were both spotted and photographed at DSTRKT Nightclub in London, England on August 10th. It’s a pretty huge “coincidence” that both Amber and Nick just happened to be halfway across the world on the same night, in the same city, and in the same nightclub. In the paparazzi’s snaps of Nick, his face looks like that of a kid who just got caught with his hand in the cookie jar. On the bright side, now Kim Kardashian can stop losing sleep at night and wondering if Amber Rose is going to steal her hubby Kanye back.

So, do you think that Amber and Nick Cannon are hooking up? Why else would they be creeping around a London nightclub together? On a scale of 1-10 how crazy is Mariah going to go when she sees the pictures of Nick and his new girlfriend? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Kemi Olunloyo:Posts Pictures Of Men Who Begged Her For S*x Online


Femi Fani Kayode; God Loves Nigeria

         Article written by Femi Fani Kayode. Read below...

God loves Nigeria so much. For those that doubt it kindly consider the following. They created ebola in their demonic labs for bio weapons. They sent the disease to our shores through an insane Liberian but the Lord defended us and refused to allow it to take root in our shores.
God loves Nigeria so much. Why? Because, as the bible says, ''He uses the foolish things of this world to confound the wisdom of the wise''. For those that still doubt it kindly consider the following.
They refused to label Boko Haram as a terrorist organisation until all men of goodwill begged them to do so and until the terrorists had slaughtered no less than 25,000 Nigerians, including innocent children whilst abducting thousands more.
They refused to sell us arms to fight the Haramites and when we approached other nations to do so they directed them to say ''no'' and turn us down.

Yet God was with us, we sourced those arms ourselves and ever since then the tied has turned and our gallant soldiers are winning the war against Boko Haram.
Can all this be just coincidence? Do these so-called friends and allies of our nation really wish us well?

I read the response of the American Ambassador to Nigeria about our concerns about the US arms embargo on Nigeria. He spoke nothing but nonsensical popycock and bunkum.
What on earth have we done to them that they seek to bring us to our knees and decimate our country with terror, torment, violent brutality and disease?

Why have they visited us with so much covert hate despite our obnoxious fawning and desperate crawling before their superpower thrones for the last one hundred years?
Have we not played the fool enough for them and have we not bowed low enough to them on bended knee for the last 54 years?

Yet despite all our efforts to please our international partners and modern-day slave masters they seek to effect their prophecy that chaos must envelop Nigeria and that our country must break up by 2015.
They seek to ensure that we are enveloped in a sea of carnage and fratricidal butchery the likes of which have never been seen before on the African continent or indeed in world history.
In the light of all these observations numerous questions must be asked? Who is really behind Boko Haram and how come they have more sophisticated arms than the Nigerian military?
Who supplies them with those arms and all that training? Is it the same forces that covertly trained, armed and supplied ISIS, Al Nusra and Daesh?

Is it the same powers that used those barbaric terrorist organisations in Syria to attempt to topple President Bashar Al Assad and in Iraq to push Nouri Al Malaki out of power?
Is it the same forces that unleashed mayhem and created turmoil in the Ukraine and that sought to plunge Europe and Russia into a bloody war?

Is it the same forces that created Al Qaeda and commissioned Osama Bin Ladin to push the Soviets out of Afghanistan? Is it the same people that seek to use Boko Haram to decimate our country, destroy our people and bring our government to it's knees?
It is very clear to me that NATO will deploy ground troops to Iraq and Syria relatively soon. This was the plan all along. The long-term objective is not just to destroy and defeat ISIL but also to remove Bashar Al Assad from power in Syria.

As a matter of fact the latter has always been the primary objective and America, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and a handful of others in the Arab Gulf states supported and funded ISIS, Al Nusra, Daesh and a number of other terrorist groups specifically for that purpose for a number of years.
The sheer evil and horror of ISIS has provided a useful pretext and justification for a full scale invasion of Syria and Iraq by the western powers and their sunni Arab allies.
That invasion, which will be clothed in the name of ''liberation'', will come soon. Bashar Al Assad, Syria, Russia, Iran, China and their secularist allies in the region need to brace up and prepare for the worst. This is indeed a rhapsody of reality.

Yet whoever unleashed these forces and whatever their evil intentions for Nigeria are, one thing is clear: despite all our complexities, self-hate, self-doubt, ignorance, naivety, eccentricities and innocent trusting ways, God loves us dearly and we shall not go the way of Iraq, Syria or Libya.
After all this is the land of the Ameyo Adadevoh's and other brave souls. This is the land where the watchers pray through the night and stand in the gap for their beloved nation and their compatriots regardless of faith, tribe or creed.

This is the land where, though we pretend to hate one another and we bicker morning, night and day, we know the meaning of the word patriotism, honor, dedication, resilience, ruggedness and love.
This is the land whose people know how to worship and praise the one true God and who call on His name night and day.

The earthly powers that be and the emissaries of the devil, no matter how powerful, how rich and how connected will never destroy us and neither shall the counsel of satan prevail in our land.
Each time they throw a bomb at us, like ebola, it shall ''return to sender''.
Each time they refuse to sell us arms to enable us to defend our people and redeem our honor the Lord shall raise others who shall do it in their stead.

The bottom line is as follows: you may hate us and seek to shame and humiliate us but God loves Nigeria and His purpose for our nation, whether you like it or not, shall surely come to pass.

God bless Nigeria and may He continue to deliver us from our enemies, preserve our unity, defend our shores and protect our borders.

So Sad:Man Murders Ex-Girlfriend, Toddler Son, And Mediator Before Killing Himself During Custody Dispute

Richmond Man Murders Ex-Girlfriend, Son, And Mediator During Custody Dispute
A Richmond domestic dispute turned into a 4-way muder-suicide, with the father killing his ex-girlfriend, their 2-year-old son, and a criminal justice major acting as a mediator on the scene. There are really no words for this.

A Richmond man went on a murderous rampage over a custody dispute late Wednesday, gunning down his ex-girlfriend, their child and another woman acting as a mediator before taking his own life in an apparent murder-suicide, police said.
Traymont B. Burton, 21, shot and killed 19-year-old Adreena D. Gary outside his ex’s South Richmond, Va., home and then went inside and gunned down former girlfriend Michelle S. Kelly, 22, and Keytrell Kelly, 2, before turning the gun on himself, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.
Family said Gary, a community college student who was working toward a criminal justice degree and hoped to become a lawyer, was trying to mediate a domestic dispute between Burton and Kelly when she was killed.
Rip Little One

Police responded to a 911 call of “shots fired” at 8:21 p.m. and arrived minutes later to a gruesome scene. Fire crews were brought in to hose down blood on the sidewalk outside, the Times-Dispatch said. It was a chilling scene, neighbors said.
“It’s just shocking, and the lady used to keep my kids,” neighbor Chantell Woolridge told NBC 12. “And the thought in my mind is, what if my kids were there?”
Kelly was described as a mom who doted on her son, according to cousin Shaheem Simmons.
“She was more like my sister. We lived together my whole life as a child. I watched her grow as a woman,” Simmons wrote on Facebook. “If you knew her you knew she was sweet, respectful, caring, drama free and a mother — a real mom.”
Why would he bring a gun to this discussion in the first place? This is too sad.
 Via NYDN:

Jonathan flags-off first phase $1bn Azura-Edo greenfield power plant ( PHOTOS)

Ageless JLO In Red Dress For Power Of Women Event

JLO In red  dress as she was honoured for her work at the Power of Women event in Beverly Hills



Edozie Okeiyi :Open Letter To General I Buhrai

His Excellency General Mohammed Buhari. GCFR Former Head of State of Nigeria. 10th October, 2014. 

Dear Sir, 
I have been constrained to write you through the media because I do not have an alternative way of reaching you. Permit me to share my opinion on your presidential ambition, which I think is equally shared by many Nigerians of my generation irrespective of ethnic or religious differences. Sir, I heard about you first on the 31st of December 1983. Then I was a ten year old boy in primary six, celebrating with the whole nation on the arrival of our military Heroes. At least so we thought!

The jubilations were spontaneous. The nationwide celebrations signalled the demise of the second republic and ushered in the military dispensation commonly referred to as the Buhari/Idiagbon regime. Immediately you launched the War Against Indiscipline and introduced the Nationwide Monthly Sanitation Exercise. The WAI crusade stuck in my brain and still reverberates up till now. To simplify the message my Teacher introduced an Igbo acronym for WAI: Wepu Ajo Ihe; which literally translates: Remove Bad Thing. Sir, I must confess that the image that stuck in me about Buhari/Idiagbon was that of two no-nonsense characters, straight talkers, people who meant yes when they said yes and vice versa. This impression I believe was equally shared by many others in my generation. Today, I am a 41 year old Nigerian. A lot has changed. I see things differently now. I am now a fully grown man who can analyse issues critically. One thing I believe passionately is that it is very important for one to set a standard for oneself, but equally more important to sustain the standard. On the final lap of your presidential campaign for 2011, you made an open declaration in front of the media and your supporters, without mincing words you stated emphatically that 2011 would be your last attempt to contest the Presidency. Going by your legacy and standard, many People including I took you by your words. After all Buhari means yes when he says yes. However that promise was short lived. Before one can say Jack Robinson you have joined the race again for the fourth consecutive time, contrary to your open declaration. Of course I concede you have every right to change your mind and contest every election as long as you live. It is however very remarkable to observe that you shot yourself in the foot when you reneged on your promise to Nigerians not to contest the Presidency again. So judging you by your own standard, you have fallen below expectations. The pertinent question people are asking now is ” HOW CAN WE EVER TRUST YOU AGAIN”? Another important questing worth asking you is ” WHAT IS NOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BUHARI AND OTHER POLITICIANS”? I would say none! Oh yes you have got the constitutional right to contest, but eating your words has done your reputation more harm than good. People now see you, and quite justifiably, just like a typical politician who is unstable and unreliable. Some of your supporters continue to amuse me by claiming that President Jonathan allegedly signed a one term pact with them. Unlike you Jonathan never made any open declaration to serve only for one term. Those of them who continue to make this ridiculous allegation have refused to produce the transcript of the said agreement or tender any proof to substantiate this. So as far as Nigerians are concerned Jonathan never struck any one term deal with us. But you did promise openly and suddenly reneged. In fact you actually sealed the promise with your tears. An elder Statesman of your calibre and pedigree made a promise and shed tears to seal it, that should have been final. It is very symbolic when an Elder sheds tears in the continent of Africa. It was a covenant with Nigerians not to contest again. A promise abruptly broken. But this is politics. Everything is possible in this game. Sir, I know you have many reasons for reneging on your promise but most of these reasons are laughable. Some claim your supporters put pressure on you to change your mind, but this is an old excuse which is as old as Nigeria. Even late General Abacha had people begging him to contest. A principled and disciplined officer like you should have remained steadfast to your open declaration. Others claim you are still young, after all you would be only 72 by the next Presidential election. At 72 you would still be much younger than Mugabe. So they claim! But they conveniently refused to check Mugabe’s next door neighbour Madiba. Suffice it to say that Mandela is the very opposite of Mugabe and the ideal role model for all African leaders. Mandela declined to go for a second term because according to him , age was not on his side. He could have won a second term and transformed to a life President if he wished. But he never did. He voluntarily made way for the younger generation to continue from where he stopped. This is what is expected of you now to retire voluntarily and join the respected league of Elders where you truly belong. Another reason which some of your supporters have tendered is that you are genuinely motivated by service and patriotism. I gladly take this on board. I can give you the benefit of the doubt that you are driven by the urge to serve your fatherland. This is a very valid reason. But Sir, I have an important question here for you. The question is simple, MUST YOU SERVE NIGERIA AS A PRESIDENT ONLY? IS THERE NO OTHER CAPACITY YOU CAN SERVE US EXCEPT THE PRESIDENCY? It is very erroneous to imagine that you can only serve Nigeria only in one capacity. During the regime of late General Sani Abacha, you accepted the appointment to serve as the Chairman of the then Petroleum Trust Fund PTF. The general opinion was that you served faithfully in this capacity. Well done Sir! But you never asked Abacha to vacate office for you as your former subordinate in the army. Never! In fact that would have been a dangerous move, if not suicidal. Rather you served faithfully under your former junior in the army. Sir, imagine if you take on another job like the Chairman of EFCC or ICPC or NDLEA. Nigerians actually need you to serve in one of these capacities much more than they need you in the Presidency. Mere mentioning your name as Chairman of EFCC would drive many corrupt men underground. But you wouldn’t . Either the Presidency or nothing. So it seems! Sir, let us examine your service records. I consider your generation a very privileged one, indeed. In 1975 at the age of 33, you were appointed the Military Governor of the North-Eastern State, present day Borno & Yobe states. In 1976 at the age of 34 you became the Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources. In 1978 at the age of 36 you became the Chairman of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). Today the reverse is the case. Most Nigerians at age of 35 are still unemployed and still living with parents. Many are still not married. During your time you were already Governor at this age. One major reason for this unfortunate turn of events is that many elders like you have refused to voluntarily handover the baton to the next generation. Life should be a relay race where one runs his race and hands over to the next. In Nigeria many elders like you have run their races and are still holding on tenaciously to the baton. When are you going to handover to the next person? It is either you do it voluntarily or risk disgrace at the polls. In 1983 at the age of 41, exactly the same age as my humble self now, you became the Head of State. Most Nigerians in my age have not had the opportunity to serve, but we still remain committed to the Nigerian project. You should rather be graceful to God and to Nigerians for the numerous opportunities that have come your way to serve Nigerians. Others are begging for just one opportunity to serve. Sir, you have to accept the stark reality on ground that you have served your time already. That is life for you. You run the race, you handover the baton for others to run, you cannot hold on to the baton more than is necessary. As a former head of State you are already a member of the Council of State Meeting. You have every avenue to channel your views across. You don’t necessarily have to be in a frontline role, you can serve in an advisory capacity. That is still service. In conclusion, let me state that the greatest beneficiary should you emerge candidate of the APC would be President Jonathan. It is crystal clear that you cannot defeat President Jonathan in a free, fair and credible election, even in Katsina State. Sentiments aside, Jonathan would cruise to a landslide victory should you emerge candidate of the APC. In fact many political analysts believe that President Jonathan wants you to emerge as the APC flag bearer in order to secure a cheap victory. In fairness to you, any of your Children would pose a serious challenge to Jonathan more than yourself. I do not see Nigerians electing a 72 year old former Head of state to lead us in this Digital era. With due respect to you Sir, you belong to the Analogue age and therefore, will not fit in as president in this digital era. This is the blunt truth. Please do not enter the Guinness book of world records on a negative note. Losing four consecutive Presidential election would not augur well for your reputation. It is in your best interest to assume your position as an elder statesman and allow others to serve. Nigeria does not belong to you alone. It belongs to us all. Respectfully Submitted. Edozie Okeiyi Director of Media & Strategy Great Nigeria Movement

Boko Haram: Released Wife Of Cameroon's Vice PM And Others

The wife of Cameroon's Vice PM Amadou Ali, 27 people ,including 10 Chinese nationals who were taken hostage by Boko Haram men between May and July this year have been released. 
                                                  Their release was made known in a statement released this morning by Cameroon's Minister of Information, Issa Bakary

The 27 hostages kidnapped on May 16 2014 at Waza and on July 27th at Kolofata were given this night to Cameroonian authorities. Ten Chinese, the wife of the Vice Prime Minister, Amadou Ali, the Lamido of Kolofata, and members of their families kidnapped with them are safe.

Accident along Wuse Market Bridge in Abuja( PHOTOS )

There was a fatal accident along Wuse market bridge today around 9.30 am in Abuja,one person died while three others seriously injured. The cause of the accident is still unknown but many believed that over speeding could have caused it.
Corpse of the victim has been taken to mortuary while the injured were rushed to National Hospital Gariki Abuja. More pictures below. 

Pregnant Blake Lively shares another intimate baby bump picture.

Her baby bump is so cute!!!
The 26-year-old actress  shared intimate photos from the recent bash on her new lifestyle website,, and admitted she has "so much to do" before her giving birth to her first child.

 In a blog post titled Bringing Up Baby, the Gossip Girls star confessed she enjoyed letting her hair down before getting to grips with the realities of motherhood.
She wrote: "With a new baby on the way there is so much to do! But before experiencing the joy of 3am screams, seemingly impossible amounts of poop and having a favourite shirt covered in reflux...’
‘There are presents to open, onesies to dye, there is cake to serve, advice to be shared and all around celebration to be had.

Chika Ike; N4Million Car Gift To Mum

Nollywood diva Chika Ike gifts her mother pastor Florence Ike a 2012 Kia Sportage,the car worths N4million .The gift was to honour her mum on Mothers’ Day.


Health :Marburg Haemorrhagic Fever (MHF) Another Deadly Virus Alert, Graphic Photo

 West Africa, and  the rest of the world, still reeling from the deaths brought about by the Ebola virus, the recent death of a Ugandan hospital technician of another deadly viral disease, Marburg Haemorrhagic Fever (MHF), has brought fresh fears, Tribune Newspaper reports.

Uganda’s Ministry of Health disclosed that a total of 99 people who had been in contact with the victim had been moved to quarantine. These contacts are being monitored for signs and symptoms of the disease after tests confirmed that the 30-year-old man who worked as a radiographer in a Kampala hospital died of the disease. The man was said to have had a headache, abdominal pains, diarrhoea and vomited blood before he died.

Marburg virus was first identified in 1967, after simultaneous outbreaks in Marburg (from which the disease takes its name) and Frankfurt both in Germany, Belgrade, Serbia and Yugoslavia. It was later traced back to monkeys imported from Uganda for laboratory work. Since then, the virus has appeared sporadically, with just a dozen outbreaks on record. The most recent outbreak, also in Uganda, in 2012, killed four out of 15 patients, according to the United States of America’s Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. 

  Lord have mery on us.

Sir Shina Peters: I’ve autographed countless boobs

Legendary Afro Juju Musician, Sir Shina Peters opened up to the SUN 

 Can you remember the first time you performed live?
It was a very long time ago. I can’t remember, honestly; I can’t.
 When you wake up on the day of the show, what do you normally do?
That depends on my mood. I don’t do anything special. I may either eat or not. However, I could be going for a show and see a corn seller and ask my driver to park so I could buy and eat. But one important thing I do is that I don’t listen to any music on the day of a show because I don’t want to be influenced by any other music including mine; that helps me to stay focused.
You‘re quite energetic on stage. Do you take any stimulants?
No, I have never smoked or taken any stimulant in my entire life. Though I drink beer, I don’t take energy boosters. All the action you see on the stage is natural because I enjoy what I do.
 Do you treat your voice specially?
I neither treat my voice nor use any special concoction. Also, I have never tried to emulate any singer; my voice is just natural.

How do you relate with your fans, both male and female?
My fans cut across all the tribes in Nige­ria. In fact, I have more fans in the eastern part of Nigeria than the western part where we have the Yoruba, and after my God, my fans come next so we have a very cordial relationship.
What are the crazy things a male fan done to you?
On stage I do a lot of crazy things so if a male fan appreciates me with crisps naira notes it is no big deal because I have also done a lot for them. I am very close to my  male fans to the extent that we relate as one family.
What about female fans?
My female fans love me and that does not mean that I take advantage of them. I know that indeed they love me because they have done lots of crazy things to me.
Which one will you say was the craziest?
They have done a lot of crazy things to me but that does not mean we are bed-mates. Women love me so much because I am an artiste that fights for women’s rights.
Let’s know one crazy thing a fe­male fan has done to you?
Hmmm, I have autographed so many boobs.

Flawless: Susan Peters Released News Photos

A 78-year-old politician, Adedayo Deru died in Ogun State during sex with his 30 year old lover.

A 78-year-old politician, Adedayo Deru has died in Ogun State during sex with his 30 year old lover, 
Hairdresser Ijimoh Ibrahim .

Adedayo Deru, despite the huge age difference was in a secret love affair with Ijimoh. Unfortunately, September 30, 2014, he collapsed on her chest and died on the spot. She dumped his corpse on a roadside and according to Punch, Ijimoh is now finding it hard to explain her situation to police investigators at the Department of Criminal Investigation of the Ogun State Police Command, Eleweran, Abeokuta.

Ibrahim, who was never married, has two children with two other men. Sitting on the floor with agony etched on her face, Ibrahim narrated how her lover, who was married to another woman, died.

“He only came for sex in the mornings so that his wife would not suspect,” the fair 
complexioned woman said, as her face revealed that she would prefer not to relive the sordid details of the affair.

The late Deru and Ibrahim met six years ago in Odogbolu.

“There was a day I was with him. We had sex but the wife caught us. So, I had to leave the town shortly after. I went to Lagos to work as an apprentice hairdresser -diAccording to Ibrahim, after her apprenticeship and a love affair in Lagos that resulted in a child, she was back in Odogbolu, where another love affair resulted in another child.

“None of the fathers of my children were good. They never took care of me or the children. I turned to the only person who has been really helpful to me. My lover (Deru) was a good man. He helped me anytime I called on him. When we reconnected after I got back from Lagos, we continued our love affair secretly because he was always there when I needed help.”
Asked what sort of help Deru rendered, Ibrahim said he sometimes gave her foodstuffs or money for food, which she said was up to N1,000 on each occasion. So, she and Deru enjoyed a sexual experience that endured until their final encounter, which has put her in police net as a murder suspect.
She said:

“He came as usual on September 30 around 9am. I was on my way out of the house; I was going to work already that day. But he met me as I got out of the door and said he was visiting me. I told him I could spare some hours before I left for work, so I went back inside with him. As soon as we got in, he stripped and I did the same. It was just one round of sex that we had and I don’t know why that could have killed him. 
Our lovemaking was not even that long. He started complaining that he was not feeling fine. He said he was feeling tired and dizzy. Shortly after, he collapsed and stopped breathing.”
When Deru became unresponsive, Ibrahim said she became frightened. Confused about what to do next, she dialled the telephone number of a male relation, explaining what had happened.

“My brother (the relation) told me to calm down, promising to come to my aid later that afternoon so that we could decide on what to do. But when I did not see him by evening, I realised he had run away and switched off his mobile telephone in fear,” she said.
Ibrahim had to turn to another acquaintance who eventually agreed to help her dispose of the body.

“We thought if I reported to the police, I would be in serious trouble. I didn’t know I was making a terrible decision.”
It was around 3am the following day when Ibrahim disposed of Deru’s body with the help of a commercial motorcycle rider living in her house. The motorcyclist, Benjamin Friday, who tried his best to present his version of the events that led to his involvement in disposing of the body, said he had no idea that Deru was already dead.

“When they woke me up to help them carry a body, I was told it was her (Ibrahim’s) elderly relation. I was really sleepy, they only told me he was ill and they wanted to dump his body on a roadside so that he would not die in her house,” he said.
Asked how he could possibly help carry a body and would not know whether it was that of a dead man, Friday said he was sleepy at the time.

“I told them I would not touch the man’s body. Someone sat behind me supporting the man’s body. I only drove them to the roadside. They put the body down and I left.”
Also in police custody was a photographer friend of Ibrahim, Funmilayo Moyegun, who said she was only requested to be there “to take his (Deru’s) photograph.”

“I only held the lamp when the body was being dumped,” she said.
Deru’s body was said to have been dumped about 100 metres away from his lover’s house on Oladipo Diya Road, Odogbolu. The police were called to the scene when the body was found by residents of the area.

Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr. Muyiwa Adejobi, said after a thorough police investigation, the body was eventually traced to Ibrahim. According to him, investigation would continue into the matter.

“We would determine how the man died and whether her version of the story correlates with the circumstances of the death,” Adejobi said.

He revealed that an autopsy would help the police determine the level of culpability of the prime suspect.

Kim & Kanye's Pastor- Believes in their marriage

Kim and Kanye's pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr made headlines with his good looks after officiating their wedding in Italy. He has now scored a reality show based on his sudden popularity .The 30 year old opened up to People Magazine on how they met and how Kim and Kanye believe in Jesus

"One night, I got a text from a friend of Kanye's that he was going to bring Kanye to church,"We hung out and chatted. He flew back into town the following week and came to church. The week after that, he and Kim flew in from New York just to come to church."

"It began a relationship; we started emailing and calling each other. We collaborated on a few things: art, fashion, music, Jesus. He invited me to write a few things for his tour, and I've been able to counsel him on a few things.

On the wedding, he said  
"They wanted a Christian wedding, and wanted me to talk about Jesus. It wasn’t a message of hate and judgment; it was a message of hope and love. Kim and Kanye have both told me that they’re followers of Jesus; we’re on the journey together as friends. I believe in them, and I believe in their marriage.I never expected that anyone would care who performed the ceremony,. "Celebrities get married all the time and no one knows who their pastor is. I didn't tell anyone I was doing the wedding; I just went to Italy and did it. And then everything started moving really fast." The wedding and now the reality show has given me a platform to give my message of redemption, which is for all people, "That's why I'm here."

Politics: Pro-Jonathan officials fail to convince Igbo Leaders

The quest of those campaigning for Jonathan’s victory at the 2015 presidential poll to achieve Ndigbo’s endorsement of the re-election bid of President Goodluck Jonathan in the next year’s election suffered a setback following a stalemate that ended its meeting with Igbo leaders. However, both parties agreed to constitute a committee to be headed by the immediate past governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, with members to be drawn from all Igbo groups in Lagos. Their mandate is to resolve whether Ndigbo in Lagos State will support the president’s ambition or not. It was gathered that the meeting, which was held at Dover Hotel, Lekki on Tuesday night, was conveyed at the instance of President Jonathan, who was represented by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Senator Anyim Pius Anyim. Though expected to begin by 6pm, the meeting was two hours behind schedule owing to the late arrival of the Anyim-led delegation. Continue...
This necessitated the parley lasting till the wee hours of Wednesday. The SSG and his group had come to Lagos from Onitsha, en route Enugu after receiving Obi, who dumped the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) for the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Those who accompanied Anyim to the meeting included Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu; Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives, Emeka Ihedioha; Senator Hope Uzodinma; Minister of Labour and Productivity, Emeka Wogu; National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Olisa Metuh, businessman and Labour Party governorship candidate in the 2013 Anambra governorship election, Ifeanyi Ubah and Peter Obi. The Igbo leaders with whom they had the meeting were the President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Gary Enwo- Igariwey; president of Ndigbo Lagos, Prof. Anya O. Anya; president of Aka Ikenga, Chief Goddy Uwazurike; former chairman of Diamond Bank, Paschal Dozie; former military administrator of Lagos, Admiral Ndubisi Kanu (rtd); former president, Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Dr. Raymond Obieri; Eze Ndigbo of Ikeja, Eze Uche Dimgba and president of Ohanaeze Lagos, Fabian Onwughalu. According to New Telegraph report, trouble started at the meeting when Anyim advised Ndigbo to forget what happened after 2011 elections and face the future by supporting Jonathan’s second term bid. This plea reportedly angered most of the Igbo leaders at the parley, who questioned why the South-East should support the president again, when he is yet to fulfill most of his 2011 campaign promises to the zone. New Telegraph quoted a source who attended the meeting thus: “majority of the Igbo leaders argued that it was unreasonable for Ndigbo to work for the president again going by what is on ground,” adding that “There was heated argument on the call for support for Jonathan in 2015.
“The issue of Second Niger Bridge was raised, but there was doubt over the authenticity of the project because it is under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement, and would be tolled on completion for about 25 years, while a similar project in Benue State is being funded by the Federal Government and would not be tolled. “Even the sixth state approved for Ndigbo at the just-concluded National Conference is not likely to be realised because it was disclosed at the meeting that a boundary adjustment committee set up by the government on the issue failed to reach an agreement with the South-East governors on where the new state should be carved out from. “The so-called international airport (Enugu International Airport), which the Jonathan campaigners are mouthing as part of his achievements was approved by the late President Umaru Yar’Adua and not Jonathan. Some of the Igbo leaders were furious, querying why Ifeanyi Uba and his group, Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria (TAN), are going around, directing Ndigbo to vote for Jonathan in 2015, when we have not taken a stand on the issue. Based on these, there is the fear that some of us may look elsewhere,” the source noted. Continuing, the Igbo bigwig squealed that while support for the President is still open pending the report of the Obi-led committee, Ndigbo are not taking anything for granted. According to him, plans are underway for a meeting with Lagos State former governor and a national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, and former Head of State and APC presidential aspirant, Major General Muhammadu Buhari. Hear him, “Ndigbo in Lagos are considering changing camp and we will soon meet with Tinubu and Buhari on the way forward because we have lost it in the PDP. What transpired on Tuesday night showed that Ndigbo have nobody in the present government. Our representatives are there for their own interest and not for the collective interest of our people.”

Are Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden engaged?

That was the question on everyone’s minds when the actress showed up at an event wearing a sparkly ring on her left hand. Oooh!
Diaz posed for pictures on the red carpet of the Academy’s Hollywood Costume luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 8, not bothering to hide her new sparkler from the cameras. According to PEOPLE, Diaz was ”casually and constantly twirling her ponytail, showing off the ring and often playing with it” at the luncheon, an eyewitness claims.

Later that night, Diaz once again flaunted her ring while out at dinner with her beau and friends.
“Cameron showed off her new ring and was smiling,” a source tells the magazine.
Check out a picture of her ring below, and tell us: Would you be excited if Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden were to tie the knot? Wouldn’t Cameron Diaz and Nicole Richie be the most badass sisters-in-law ever?


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