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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Yoruba Actors Worship Bobrisky As SheMale Debuts In Shotayo’s Ojuloge

The Yoruba section of the Nollywood industry has come to terms with accepting and preaching homosexuality as a proper way of life, a major crime that attracts 14 years imprisonment,. Notable Yoruba actresses such as Lola Idije, Toyin Aimakhu and others are part of the extremely excited artistes that welcomed self-styled gay-boy, Bobrisky as the controversial ‘shemale’ takes a debut in a new flick, Ojuloge produced by Tayo Shobola. The actresses are all so happy to act with ‘him/her’ as they practically danced their hearts out at the movie location somewhere in Lagos. See video after the cut:

The self-acclaimed king of snapchat, Africa's first male Barbie doll, Okuneye Idris, notoriously known as Bobrisky, has finally found his way into Nollywood. Information reaching us has it that Bobrisky landed his first acting role in a Yoruba movie titled 'Ojuloge'. The film features the likes of top Yoruba actress, Lola Idije, and was produced by Tayo Shobola a.k.a Shotayo.

According to feelings in town, people believe that, it can only be Yoruba movie practitioner that can come to terms with such mediocrity owing to their history of inferiority complexes. With such disturbing development, one is forced to ask if the industry has become so porous, to the extent of  celebrating a notorious queer personality of Bobrisky standing  who ostentatiously promotes homosexuality, a crime under our constitution which has a 14 years jail term status.

Without exaggerating, we would agree that the infamous 'she-male' Bobrisky has caused too many controversies in recent times, especially when he opted to go get his buttocks enlarged, in the United States, and even went ahead to shamelessly post it on social platforms like instagram and Facebook, calling on whoever cared to listen, to pray for him to have a successful surgery!

It is therefore disheartening for the 'Yoruba movie industry, to celebrate such show of shame by encouraging the gender-confused professional prostitute has he addresses himself. The Yoruba movie industry is known to churn out most of the worst movies ever, which is understandable  because of the huge numbers of charlatans, parading themselves in that sphere as professionals. However, this goes a long way to show the level of decadence, and portends imminent danger for the future of not just the industry, but also stakeholders and consumers.

As expected, people in the know are of the opinion that, the producer of the movie will do anything for money as tongues have been wagging on the true sources of the income of the fabulously wealthy actress who boasts of one of the high tech production companies amongst her peers.
The producer of the yet to be released movie, is one of the richest Yoruba actresses, and we shall be waiting for her latest effort which we shall review elaborately.

Fredericks Imoni Jav

Saturday, 29 July 2017

Idan Irawo Producer, Kunle Agboola Down With Kidney Ailment

One of our own, Kunle Agboola, the dynamic and indefatigable producer of the fans-teeming popular Yoruba programme, Idan Irawo that airs on the international cable station, DSTV is down. The gangling TV personality has been suffering from a nagging kidney disease for a while and the need to save the situation which is currently baffling informed our SOS message.
Before now, he has spent a lot, including help from family and close friends in the cause of the routine weekly dialysis at the hospital since November last year, 2016.
From the series of test and diagnosis carried out by medical experts, there’s an urgent need to raise the sum of $40, 800 (Forty thousand eight hundred dollars, that’s about N14.8m) being the total cost covering medical expenses for the kidney transplant, air fare to and fro, accommodation for three people, (himself, kidney donor, and care-giver) at the Columbia Asia Hospital in India.
It is in this regard that, we’re appealing to everyone, young and old including well-meaning Nigerians, people in the vineyard of God and those in the service of humanity to offer a widowsmite in order to save a soul
Notable actress, Mercy Aigbe has thrown her weight behind Mr. Kunle Agboola to champion the campaign to raise a required fund from friends, family and lovers of Nollywood films for Mr. Agboola to undergo the Kidney transplant in India.
Please support with whatever you can afford and also endeavour to include him in your prayers.
May you never run short of help all the days of your life. Amen!!! #savekunleagboola
His account details are as follow:
Kunle Agboola
Sterling Bank Account no. 0020262278
Contacts: 08055744734, 0818 948 7990

Fashionista, Muky Emelda Rolls-Out Personality Programme On AIT

The fashionable lady behind the high profile boutique, Instyle Butik on Toyin street, Ikeja, Lagos, Muky Emelda has perfected arrangements for her celebrity oriented educative programme which debuts on Africa Independent Television soon. And from the look of things, there’s no doubting the fact that the intelligent and highly attractive dame of style has got loads to offer her viewers.

For Muky Emelda, a graduate of Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ), she’s so passionate about what millions of Nigerians are presently going through and as such would want to educate Nigerians on the need to re-position their minds and strive for the best.

According to Muky, the prevailing harsh  economic situation in the country have been interpreted in so many ways, a situation that has led various kinds of people engage in all kinds of nefarious activities. “Some people blame their situation on leaders of the economy while others attribute their misfortune to inherited poverty”.

All these and more, she added have had so much negative effect on the fortune of the country. To her, these have equally been responsible for the group of Nigerians that engage in atrocities like robbery, kidnapping and other social vices.

She however maintained that people that have been trapped in these vices could get out of the misconception if only they knew how successful and enviable Nigerians today were able to wade through their tough times. This, indeed are people that merits to be referred to as celebrities.
“This would be a great challenger that would be an encourager to the youths of today”.
Being a celebrity, to me means “You must have gone through difficulties in life and able to surmount the challenges and record success in your chosen career. Such experience has a way of encouraging someone who’s probably facing similar challenges or even different or stiffer difficulties”.

Her passion, in an exclusive chat was driven based on the prevailing trends of economic doldrums and hardship being experienced by Nigerians. “People need encouragements and highly-inspiring stories that could motivate them to forge ahead and mould their vision to be able to pursue their set goals”.

According to Muky, “Difficulties, in itself have reasons for molding and re-sharpening people’s vision for a better tomorrow. We need to learn from it and come out more refined. The subsequent effect of this is that it reshapes our desires and vision and of course, has positive goals and great impact on the society as a whole. And of course, the nation becomes better for it”.

All these and more is what Muky is bringing to viewers on a well-thoughtful programme on a nation’s network through African Independent Television (AIT). Here, she will be featuring great and highly successful Nigerians from various sectors to share their experiences from their struggling days, how they were able to surmount the challenges and how they have been able to manage their successes.

For now, Muky is keeping the title of the programme close to her chest for obvious reasons but arrangements are in top gear to kick off with the programme on AIT.

The programme is being staged under the able supervision of an ex- Daily Times, Prime People, Punch and Publisher of UK-based Empire International Magazine/Safari News Online, Dele Aberuagba. Muky Emelda Igwe will be presenting with Dele Aberuagba as Director.

Sunday, 23 July 2017

Actress Tonto Dikeh Joins World Class Role Models For Girls' Empowerment Outreach

Sultry actress and one of Nollywood's active philanthropists, Tonto Dikeh has gotten back her full rhythm as the mother of one has been pencilled to join select-few career iconoclasts for an all girls' advocacy programme, Girls' Empowerment Outreach.

The bubbly screen goddess who's just rounding off her first movie appearance after many years is one of the 4 respected female role models expected as Guest Speakers at the charitable event organised by Aderonke Bello's Fame Foundation in Abuja.  

The event, Girls' Empowerment Outreach which is the brain child of international journalist of great repute, advocate and founder, Fame Foundation, Aderonke Bello parades other female bigwigs like Diane Weist Young who's going to be doing the "Thinking about all the careers for you", and then Victoria Minaise, a life coach and entrepreneur whose mentorship takes care of " How to become a responsible woman".

Others, aside the convener who talks exclusively about, "You, yourself self-esteem and etiquettes" is the energetic thespian, Tonto who speaks on "The Importance of Education In A Girl-Child's life". She will be banking on her wealth of knowledge as a graduate of Petrochemical Engineering from the Rivers State University of Technology. 

The prestigious event which promises to be grand holds at the Noble Hall, Leadership Academy For Girls, Plot 273 Institutes and Research District, Idu Yard, Jabbi Airport road/Off Cocacolla junction, Abuja on Tuesday, Sepetember 15th, 2017. 

Tonto, who has just returned from an international trip in Kenya where she was part of an inspirational peace delegate for the success of the country's forthcoming election is on a new lease of life. 

"I have to hit the ground running because bills wait for nobody, before I cope with mothering, career expenses, rent and other maintenances, it won't be a bed of roses unless we hit the road", she quipped

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Meet Barrister Ogungbeje-The Lawyer of Kidnap Kingpin, Evans…Sues The Police For Fundamental Human Rights

Kidnapper Evans Lawyer, Barrister Ogungbeje

Evans' Father deposed to the affidavit

The last may not have been heard on the controversial case reputed to be one of the biggest crimes in the history of Nigeria as the notorious kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike also known as Evans as employed the services of a lawyer to sue the Nigeria Police for fundamental human rights.

The suspected kidnapper, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike (Evans), has filed a Fundamental Rights Enforcement suit to compel the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, the Lagos State Police Commissioner, Mr. Fatai Owoseni, and the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) to either charge him to court immediately or unconditionally release him from custody.

In a motion ex-parte filed before the Federal High Court, Lagos on Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 by his lawyer, one Olukoya Ogungbeje of Lawflex Chambers, the suspect claimed that he has been detained by the police since June 10, 2017 and subjected to media trial and parade without any court order.

He listed the IGP, Owoseni, the NPF and the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, Lagos Command, as respondents in the suit.

The suspected kidnapper said there has been grave constitutional infraction perpetrated by the respondents against him as he ought to have been charged or arraign before a court in accordance with Section 35 and 36 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The applicant also said that he has the rights under Section 46 of the 1999 Constitution to approach the court for redress for the breach of his fundamental rights.

However, in a 27-paragraph affidavit attached to the application and personally deposed to by Evans’ father, Stephen Onwuamadike, the father claims that he and other family members have been denied access to the applicant who is still in the custody of the respondents.

He also claimed that his solicitor has been denied access to the applicant.
He insisted that the parade of the applicant before newsmen has continued to generate reactions without the applicant being afforded fair hearing and trial before a court of law.

The Fundamental Rights Enforcement suit is yet to be assigned to a judge and no date has been fixed for its hearing.
Source: Freedom Online

Friday, 9 June 2017

Meet Seven Nigerians Elected As British MPs In 2017

Kemi Badenoch

Kate Ofunne Osamor

Chinyelu Susan "Chi" Onwurah

Fiona Oluyinka Onasanya

Bim Afolami

Chuka Harrison Umunna

Helen Grant
The recently concluded elections in the UK have seen seven of the illustrious citizens of the Federal Republic of Nigeria being elected into the enviable positions as members of the British Parliament. Your darling magazine, National Enquirer brings you the impressive lifestyles of these high profile international politicians of note.
Chuka Harrison Umunna (born 17 October 1978) is a British Labour politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Streatham since 2010 and was Shadow Business Secretary from 2011 to 2015. Umunna was born in London, England. His father Bennett, of the Nigerian Igbo ethnic group died in a road accident in Nigeria in 1992.Umunna's mother, Patricia Milmo, a solicitor, is of English-Irish background. Umunna's maternal grandparents were Joan Frances (Morley) and Sir Helenus Milmo QC, a prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials.He is married to Alice Sullivan, an employment lawyer.
Bim Afolami is a Conservative Member of Parliament for Hitchin and Harpenden constituency since the United Kingdom general election, 2017. He had stood in the Lewisham Deptford constituency in the previous 2015 general election. He works as a corporate lawyer at Freshfields. Afolami comes from Crowthorne, Berkshire. His father is a Nigerian consultant doctor who works for the National Health Service. He was educated at Bishopsgate School, Eton public school and Oxford University where he studied modern history. He was also vice president of the Oxford Union Society.
Fiona Oluyinka Onasanya is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Peterborough since 2017. Onasanya is a solicitor at DC Law in St Ives, Cambridgeshire. She was a Labour Cambridgeshire County Councillor for King's Hedges in Cambridge and deputy leader of the Labour group on the council.
Chinyelu Susan "Chi" Onwurah (born 12 April 1965) is a British Labour Party politician, who was elected at the 2010 general election as the Member of Parliament for Newcastle upon Tyne Central, succeeding the previous Labour MP Jim Cousins, who had decided to step down after 23 years. She is Newcastle's first black MP. She is the current Shadow Minister for Business, Innovation and Skills, as well as Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and Sport, having been appointed to both posts in September 2015.
Kate Ofunne Osamor (born 15 August 1968) is a British Labour Co-operative politician. She has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Edmonton since May 2015. In June 2016, She was appointed Shadow Secretary of State for International Development.
Kemi Badenoch has been a member of the London Assembly since September 2015. She is the GLA Conservative’s spokesman for the Economy and also sits on the Transport Committee and Policing and Crime Committee. Prior to the Assembly, Kemi was a director at the Spectator Magazine and before that, an associate director at Coutts & Co. She holds two degrees in engineering and law, from Sussex University and Birkbeck College respectively. She is currently a board member for the Centre for the Study of British Politics and Public Life and for 9 years was a non-executive director for a London housing association.

Helen Grant (born 28 September 1961) is a British Conservative Party politician. She has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Maidstone and The Weald since 2010, when she succeeded Ann Widdecombe. Grant was the first black woman to be elected as a Conservative MP, having also been the first black woman to be selected as a candidate to stand for a Conservative-held parliamentary seat. She first served in government as jointly Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Women and Equalities (from 2012 to 2015) and Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice (2012 to 2013). She also became Minister for Sport and Tourism in 2013, a post she held until after the 2015 general election.

Sosoliso Plane Crash Survivor, Kechi Okwuchi Shines @ America’s Got Talent


Kechi Okwuchi, the Nigerian lady who was one of the two survivors of the 2005 Sosoliso Plane crash that claimed the lives of 108 passengers including 60 students of Loyola Jesuit College in Abuja, Nigeria was among some of the talent wonders at the ongoing America’s Got Talent competition in the US.

The 28 year old who graduated with honours from the University of St. Thomas, against all odds, wowed the tumultuous audience leaving the quartet of critical minded Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and Melanie Janine Brown-the panel of judges dumbfounded by her inspirational performance.

Without mincing words, Kechi who lives in Houston Texas, US narrated her ordeal in the ill-fated plane crash telling the judges that she would want to show her talent, saying she has been singing since she was about eight years old, but only very seriously for about 12 years now.
The judges were almost moved to tears when she says, while she was recuperating in the hospital, bandaged from head to foot, music was the only ‘escape route’ she had.
“That’s why music means so much to me,” the 28-year-old lady says, before she given the floor to render Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud. Below is the video of her awe-inspiring performance.

Yoruba Actors Worship Bobrisky As SheMale Debuts In Shotayo’s Ojuloge

The Yoruba section of the Nollywood industry has come to terms with accepting and preaching homosexuality as a proper way of life, a majo...