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Monday, 10 December 2018

OMG!! Lady Robbed In Port Harcourt, See What They Did To Her (Graphic Photos)


Jacy Ella, a Nigerian lady has shared shocking photos of injuries she sustained from a robbery attack she was involed in. The incident took place in Port Harcourt, Rivers state on Sunday night.
Jacy in her tweet, said she never knew Port Harcourt had become really dangerous.
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Couple Caught Having Sex In A Car, Shamed By Residents (Photos)


News reaching our news desk that a couple were caught getting intimate in a car, got shamed by residents of the area for performing the said act in their neighbourhood.
The couple parked their vehicle in an isolated area along the street. Residents of the area who were angry with the couple for bringing their private affair to their neighbourhood rather than get a room, shamed the couple.
Though Facebook user John did not give the exact location of the incident, however it was gathered that the couple were sent away after they were embarrassed.
While some social media users supported the move by residents of the area, others maintained that the couple did nothing wrong and shouldn’t have been shamed since they are both adults.
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Thief Apprehended After Stealing Plasma TV From A Bar In Delta


A man has landed himself in police custody after he was caught stealing a plasma television set from a bar in Delta state.
According to reports, the suspected thief gained access to the bar through the ceiling after breaking it. He allegedly stole a 32 inches plasma TV and was apprehended by vigilante members before he could flee.
The suspect was immediately handcuffed and the stolen item recovered.
He was taken to the police station by the security operatives for prosecution
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Simi Apologizes To Her Fans For Disorganization At Her Concert Yesterday


The Live in Lagos concert was held at The Balmoral Convention Center in Lagos and was slated for 06:00pm but according to reports, she wasn’t present, not until about five hours later – this coupled with disorganization at the event, left her audience disappointed.
As she apologized, the singer revealed that the mishap wasn’t intentional as there was an event that took place the previous night and so it was not so possible for her team to organize and set up the venue in so short a time.
Taking to Twitter to tender her apology, the singer wrote:-
“I’m sorrry I’m probably more upset than everyone, but I accept responsibility. There was a show here the night before and it took forever to clear out and set up. I didn’t have time to soundcheck. I apologize. That said, I’m so thankful to every1 that came and stayed”
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Small Doctor Thanks Fans For The Huge Attendance Of His “Omo Better” Concert


Despite the recent police case with the Nigerian singer with stage name Small Doctor, he still had a huge turn up for his concert #OmoBETTER concert.
Small Doctor show apperciation to his fans for supporting him for his omoBETTER concert.
He went to his social page to thank all his fans that attended this event.
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“I Don’t Care What My Customers Do With The Guns I Sell” – Gunrunning Suspect


A 45-year-old gunrunning suspect who was arrested by the Niger State Police Command for unlawful possession of firearms, has disclosed that he doesn’t care about what his customers do with the guns he sell.
The suspect identified as Musa Mora from Babana in Borgu Local Government Area of the state, who was arrested with six locally-made single barrel guns and three live cartridges disclosed that he bought the guns from Benin Republic and sold them to those who needed them for self-protection.
The gunrunning suspect who alongside his accomplice, Babangida Rabiu, an indigene of Dangulu area of Zamfara State, who is still at large, had on two occasions travelled to Benin Republic to illegally purchase firearms.
“I buy and sell locally-made guns and I sell them to people who are in need of guns to protect themselves, but if they do any other thing with it, that is none of my business,” Mora said.
The suspect who has been involved in the business for six years before his accomplice joined him, added that they were making money from gunrunning. When asked if he regretted his action, the suspect said;
“I do not regret anything; it is my source of livelihood; I used the money to take care of myself. I don’t kill people with the guns.”
The State command’s Public Relations Officer, Muhammad Abubakar, told Punch that the suspect had confessed to the crime.
“The police will no longer tolerate unlawful possession of firearms in the state and we have warned people to desist from it or face the consequences of the law,” Abubakar stated.

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Money Rituals: Why I Asked My Client To Bring Human Parts – Herbalist Makes Confessions


The Osun State Commissioner of Police, Fimihan Adeoye, has paraded a herbalist identified as Amos Sulaimon, in Osogbo, alongside his client, for engaging in killing for ritual.
According to PUNCH Metro, while speaking to journalist during the parade, the ritualist said that he told his client, Supo Bamidele, to bring a human head and wrists in order to discourage him from engaging in money ritual.
The Police Commissioner said that Bamidele was caught with a severed head and wrist in Ile-Ife, and upon his arrest, told the police that his herbalist asked him to bring the human parts for ritual.
While explaining what transpired between him and his client, Sulaimon stated, “I am an herbalist and I live and work in Ile-Ife. Bamidele had been coming to me to seek spiritual assistance. I inherited this job from my father and we don’t engage in money rituals.
“I don’t do evil nor engage in money rituals. In the last four months, Bamidele had been disturbing me for spiritual assistance, because he claimed that his business was not doing well and that he wanted a charm that could improve his fortunes.
“Because he would not allow me to rest, I told him to bring a human head and wrist. It was a ploy to scare him away. I never knew he would go to the extent of looking for the items.”
Responding to questions from journalists, Bamidele, who sells planks, said he resorted to fortune-changing charms because he was not doing well in the business, adding that his wife and children had left him because he could not provide for their needs.
He said that he exhumed a corpse at a burial ground in Onikooko area of Ile-Ife, severed the head and wrist, and headed for the residence of the herbalist.
“I was, however, caught inside a tricycle that I took while going to my herbalist’s house. I didn’t know any of the people buried in the cemetery; I just went there and took the parts that I needed,” he stated.
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‘Happy Birthday To The Best Ex Any Girl Can Have’ – Tonto Dikeh Celebrates Her Former Boo


Last night, Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh celebrated a man believed to be her former boo with sweets words on his birthday.
To celebrate the man she simply described as Mico,
Tonto Dikeh wrote;
‘Happy belated birthday to the best ex any girl can have. Love you then, Love you even more now! My Craze I wish you all that you wish your self and Gods love. God bless you for us Short man. Lots of Love and kisses Mico’.
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See What Happened To A Man Who Pulled Off Shirt To Fight His Colleague


The negative effect of fighting cannot be overemphasized. A man was taught a serious lesson after deciding to engage his colleague in a street fight.
It was gathered that the duo have been at loggerheads since and decided to take the battle to the street – with passersby and residents watching to see who would win the fight.
The muscled man who pulled off his shirt – was knocked down less than ten seconds into the fight after receiving a few punches from his colleague.
He fell flat on the ground and had to be rescued/pulled up by the onlookers who poured water on him as he gasped for fresh air.
He was seriously mocked by the onlookers who were surprised by how long it took to knock him down.
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House Of Reps Speak On Plans To Override President Buhari


The House of Representatives yesterday spurned reports suggesting that it has commenced moves to override President Muhammodu Buhari on the Electoral Act Amendment bill.
Spokesperson of the House, Hon Abdulrasak Namdas, who spoke with LEADERSHIP last night in a telephone chat, noted that the president acted within his constitutional powers.
He added that the lawmakers would examine the reasons adduced by the president before taking any position.
Namdas explained that the House could not have acted on speculations and media reports when it has a laid down procedure of receiving communications from the president.
He said,
“The House has an established procedure for receiving communication from the president. The Speaker will come before members and read the letter addressed to the House through him by the president. Until that is done, I cannot speak about the position of the House. We will await the president’s letter and listen to his reasons; we cannot act on social media reports.
“So, we are waiting for the Speaker to read the president’s letter on the floor of the House. That is when officially we will deem it that the president has communicated to us”.
Also, a lawmaker from the North East who spoke to our correspondent noted that it would be impossible to override the president’s veto because those who are opposed to his position cannot muster the two-third majority needed.
The lawmaker who did not want his name in print said most of the lawmakers seeking re-election from the zone are banking on the goodwill of President Buhari to win elections, and as such they wouldn’t take decisions contrary to the president’s interest.
“Where will they get the number from? Let us assume that they even attempt to override it, their best will remain an attempt. The reality is that today in the House of Representatives, there is no way those opposed to the president will achieve the two-third majority of 240 members. It is impossible,” he said.
When pointedly asked if Senate President Bukola Saraki can influence two-third majority of the Red Chamber to override the veto, the lawmakers said, “Where will Saraki and his cohorts get the two-thirds majority in the Senate? It is not easy. Just as the anti-Saraki forces couldn’t get the two-third to remove him as Senate president, he is not also likely to get the two-third to veto the bill. And don’t forget that the concurrence of both the Senate and House of Representatives is needed to successfully override the president’s veto,” he stated.
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Sunday, 9 December 2018

SARS Raid Hideout In Rivers, Killed Kidnappers In Gun Battle (Graphic Photos)


Some notorious kidnappers terrorising the Ogbakiri/Buguma routes in Rivers state, have been gunned down by security operatives and their victims released.
It was gathered that men of Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (F-SARS), organized a predawn sting operation that uncovered their hideout following an intelligence report.
According to reports, the nurse that was kidnapped – activated the sting operation and has since returned to her family.
She was reportedly kidnapped on last Wednesday evening and was kept until Tuesday morning several days before her rescue.
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Ooni Of Ife Marks 3rd Anniversary On The Throne


The Yoruba Council Worldwide felicitates with His Imperial Majesty Ooni Babatunde Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi Ojaja II.
The Arole Oduduwa Olofin Adimula, On his 3rd year anniversary on the sacred Throne Of his forefathers as The Ooni Of Ife, the ancestral home of the Yorubas.
Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi was selected from amongst several well to do indigenes of Ile-Ife who were also heirs to the throne on 26 October 2015. He received his staff of office on 7 December 2015.
With Very Lucid Records, this African foremost monarch has undoubtedly made his subjects in all the countries around the world very proud with his sterling performances covering cultural tourism, agriculture, infrastructural face-lift Of Ile-Ife women empowerment, widows poverty alleviation, youth development, educational scholarships, relentless unity & peace efforts. Etc
May The Almighty Olodumare(God) Characterize The Reign Of Ooni Ogunwusi With Prosperous Longevity And Uncommon Cultural And Socio-economic Transformation Of Our Race To Gain Her Deserved Position Of Recognition And Respectability Within The Committee Of Nations Globally
Ojaja F’idi Ote J’ale
Alaka Omo Apaara
Onile Funfun Ni Parakin, Oodua Aweririjagun,
O ba’na ja o d’ana, O b’oorun ja o d’oorun, O t’aye so bii igba, Pankara rin l’ori Omi o te rii, Oba Alala Funfun gboooooo. Kabiyesi ooooo!
K’ade pe l’ori,
Ki bata pe l’ese
Ki irukere po jaburata
Ke’sin Oba je oko pe
IGBA ODUN, ODUN KAN NI OOO
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2019: PDP’s 16 Years In Power Disastrous – Group Fires Back At Atiku


A group, the People’s Rights Assembly (PRA), has fired back at the presidential candidate of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar over his claim that the best Nigeria enjoyed was under the PDP government.
PRA was reacting to the claim by Atiku in Ibadan earlier in the week at the South-West zonal presidential rally of the party that Nigeria was blossoming before the APC government came on board in 2015.
Atiku said he headed the best economy team for Nigeria between 1999 and 2003, adding that such prosperity will be returned to Nigeria in 2019.
Simon Achusa and Bolaji Akiloye, President and Secretary General of the group, respectively, in a rejoinder to Atiku’s assertion, described the Turakin Adamawa as a politician who has earned the unenviable reputation of an alarmist and propagandist, infinitely obsessed with power.
The statement claimed that the former Vice President is known throughout Nigeria and worldwide as a politician with an unstable political character and high quotient for baseless leadership discontent.
The group said, “If the PDP governments led Nigerians to prosperity and peace, what motivated Atiku’s betrayal of the same party he co-founded and its governments severally in 2007 under former President Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ) and in 2013 under former President Goodluck Jonathan? Atiku speaks and does not listen to himself; he hardly realizes that he often contradicts in the frenzy of campaigns.
“For eight years, Atiku deputized OBJ as President. What legacies did that administration bequeath to Nigerians? None! Atiku as a leader presided over the rape and plundering of Nigeria.
As chairman of the National Council on Privatization and Commercialization (NCPC), the former Vice President dubiously sold critical national assets to himself for personal enrichment and to cronies.
“Atiku criminally undervalued these national assets and dashed them out. None is today functioning optimally. They laid off tens of thousands of workers and eventually shut their doors to business. It is the foundation of the pervasive unemployment afflicting Nigeria today. Is that the prosperity the PDP government brought to Nigerians?
“It is under the PDP government he served as Vice President that Boko Haram terrorism was formed in 2002 and nurtured into a monster by 2015. President Muhammadu Buhari inherited a country, where Boko Haram insurgents seized and effectively occupied 24 LGAs in the Northeast region.
“Boko Haram’s threat to national security was potent in virtual parts of the North, including Abuja, the FCT committing atrocities and heinous crimes against humanity. But the insurgents have been decimated and defeated under President Buhari. Only God knows what would have become of Nigeria had PDP continued in power beyond 2015.
“Elsewhere in the South-South region, the PDP government promoted and commercialized militancy. So, many militant sects sprouted and were serviced by the PDP government.
Kidnap of foreign oil workers; vandalization and blowing up of oil installations and facilities became rampant to the extent of severely disrupting Nigeria’s daily crude oil production.
It dropped to an all-time low, below one million barrels per day, from 2.2 million barrels when the Buhari Presidency came on board. Is that the peace the PDP governments brought to Nigeria?
“Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka once infamously described the PDP as populated by a nest of killers. Till the party was pushed out of power, it made no attempt to vacate the statement either in action or words.
Rather, Nigerians experienced their own brand of peace with more high profile assassinations of prominent Nigerians from Harry Marshall to the former Minister of Justice, Chief Bola Ige.
“That government saved no kobo for Nigeria. Rather, it deflated Nigeria’s foreign reserves which dropped from about $47 billion to almost zero by 2015. They piled up unpaid salaries and pensions of about six months at the federal level and left 27 states indebted to salaries and pensions.
The cumulative effect was to plunge Nigeria into economic recession by the end of 2014 before they were ousted by angry Nigerian masses in the 2015 ballot. We do not pray for this sort of prosperity.
“The PDP government had access to so much national wealth, but it could not investment in critical infrastructures to attract investments. The roads, hospitals’, power generation and supply etc were in comatose or a state of disrepair.
The PDP claimed spending $16 billion on power generation but left the seat of power with 2,300 megawatts of national grid by May 2015. What manner of prosperity? President Buhari has pushed it to over 7,000 megawatts in just three years.”
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I Only Robbed Yahoo Boys, Not Innocent People – Robbery Suspect


A robbery suspect who was arrested alongside his colleague by operatives of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, Adeniji-Adele Annex, has disclosed that they only robbed yahoo boys.
The suspects – Sunkanmi Emmanuel, aka Federal, 30 and 28-year-old Ahmed Agunbiade, aka Omojoyibo who reportedly specialized in robbing club goers of their belongings, including motorcycles in the communities, were arrested last week in the Igando area while they were reportedly going for a robbery operation.
The police officers also arrested one Dotun Ogunsanya, aka Dotman, for buying stolen phones and motorcycles from the syndicate while a commercial motorcycle rider, Nurudeen Agbeyewo, was nabbed for allegedly taking Federal and Omojoyinbo for operations.
Punch reported that 15 motorcycles, three cut-to-size guns, cartridges and a plasma television, were recovered from the robbery suspects who were arrested following complaints to the officer-in-charge of FSARS, Adeniji, DCP Ibrahim Kaoje.
“Emmanuel, aka Federal lives at Totowu, Ogun State while Omojoyibo resides in Igando, Lagos State. A river separates the two communities. “They specialised in robbing people at night at gunpoint. Three guns were recovered from them. They have a standby motorcyclist who takes them to locations where they carry out their operations. The two prime suspects (Federal and Omojoyibo) were traced to a hotel at Totowu. A motorcycle was recovered from them.
“Ogunsanya, aka Dotman is the major receiver. There are other suspects at large who sold stolen items to him. Federal is a member of Eye Cult. They would go to clubs and hotels and rob visitors there while they were leaving. They terrorize Idimu, Igando and Ikotun areas of the state,” a police source said.
However, one the arrested robbery suspects, a 30-year-old father of five disclosed that they only robbed yahoo boys and not innocent people.
He said, “I came to Lagos in 1998. I was an apprentice mechanic. In 2003, the government demolished my boss’ shop and he went back to his village. I became a commercial motorcyclist. After some time, it was seized by the police. I joined Eye confraternity in 2015. Our leader bought a gun for me. He is dead now.
“I started using the gun to rob. I would go to clubs on Fridays and mingle with Yahoo boys who spent lavishly there. As they were leaving, I would follow them. On getting to a deserted place, I would point the gun at them and collect their money and phones.
“I usually freed Eye cult members among them once they told me they did not have money. I have collected about six phones and sold them to Dotman. I got to him at Totowu area, where I live. I don’t rob innocent people. It is Yahoo boys who have money that I rob. I use the money I get to take care of my family. I have five children from two wives.”
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‘Why Buhari Might Jail Tinubu If He Wins Again’ – Odilim Enwegbara


Ahmed Bola Tinubu is arguably the self-proclaimed leader of the Yoruba in Nigerian politics. It couldn’t be more obvious than during the 2015 presidential election when he got many Yoruba to vote for President Muhammadu Buhari. Buhari so literally worshipped him that had Tinubu sneezed, Buhari would have easily caught cold.
But once Buhari became president, the humiliation and side-lining of Tinubu began. The House speaker position Tinubu reserved for one of his political godsons, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, was lost to Yakubu Dogara. The Senate president post he reserved for Ahmed Lawan went to Bukola Saraki.
But there was nothing more humiliating than Buhari merging three powerful ministries — housing, works and power — and assigning them to Tunde Fashola, who in 2015 suddenly turned Tinubu’s worst enemy to the extent of both publicly throwing mud at each other. In fact, nothing was more humiliating to Tinubu than Buhari using Fashola to spite him.
Another unbelievable humiliation that Tinubu had to stomach came as a result of the sudden death of Prince Abubakar Audu and INEC declaring the Kogi governorship election inconclusive.
Instead of Hon. James Abiodun Faleke, Tinubu’s political godson, Yahaya Bello, who was only second in APC’s primaries, was picked to replace the late Audu. Tinubu made a lot of threats but seemed totally ignored by Buhari.
The next was the Ondo APC governorship primaries where Tinubu’s candidate, Segun Abraham, lost to Rotimi Akeredolu who was Abuja’s preferred candidate.
These coups were carefully planned and targeted at dismantling Tinubu’s southwest power bloc with the goal of positioning Tunde Fashola and Kayode Fayemi to replace him as the popular ‘southwest Buhari boys’.
Having been so humiliated, Tinubu began to publicly criticize the Buhari administration to the extent of regretting supporting him in 2015. And, by early 2017, he publicly accused Buhari of mismanaging the economy.
He said, “You have to spend yourself out of this recession and you cannot do that by consistently stifling the banks of liquidity…Yes, Buhari inherited an economy in peril but his actions thereafter worsened liquidity crisis and deepened a haemorrhaging credit crunch.”
Also unable to control her anger, Tinubu’s wife Senator Remi Tinubu started protesting her husband’s endless humiliation by the same Buhari whom he had helped to become president. Both husband and wife’s protests were completely ignored by Buhari.
Even as recently as the Ekiti governorship election, APC candidate Kayode Fayemi insultingly told Tinubu to mind his business and never interfere. So humiliated, Tinubu quietly stayed away and was only allowed to come to campaign for Fayemi on the latter’s terms.
Tinubu was not involved in the deal that got Senator Iyiola Omisore of the SDP to back the APC governorship candidate for the Osun governorship election.
The biggest kick in the teeth was when John Odigie-Oyegun, APC national chairman who was Tinubu’s ally, began to distance himself from him while openly realigning with Buhari. With Tinubu so encircled, he remained the national leader of APC only in name.
But cry not for Tinubu for he brought the humiliations to himself. Being politically so greedy, Tinubu wanted all government positions determined by him alone. Besides the VP position he gave to Osinbajo and the FIRS chairmanship position to Babatunde Fowler, former Lagos State Board of Internal Revenue executive chairman, Tinubu also wanted to control the leadership of the National Assembly along with ministers from almost all the 36 states.
Even the EFCC chairman, Ibrahim Magu, was handpicked by Tinubu, using the vice president. And with Saraki’s Senate refusing to confirm Magu, he has unbelievably remained acting chairman since then.
But as the 2019 presidential election approached, Buhari once again needed Tinubu. He also knew how to catch Tinubu to submit to his political manoeuvring. First, aware how Wale Tinubu’s Oando was in deep trouble for having inflated the values of Oando’s shares, Buhari reached out to Tinubu at a time his younger brother was being questioned by officials of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Second, Tinubu was invited to fly with Buhari to London.
And during this long trip, as a military tactician, Buhari informed Tinubu of his readiness to hand over power to him come 2023. It’s on the basis of this false promise that Tinubu became so uncontrollable in Buhari’s re-election project to the extent of sacrificing the Afenifere and the overall Yoruba and national interests. In the meantime, Tunde Fashola was strategically asked to keep silent and possibly stay out of political circulation.
This way, he would never make the mistake of bumping into Asiwaju Tinubu until the 2019 elections are over.
When Tinubu demanded the removal of John Odigie-Oyegun as the APC national chairman and his replacement with Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, Tinubu’s political hangman, it was quickly granted. Another but failed request of Tinubu was the insistence on the humiliation and removal of Bukola Saraki as the Senate president.
Now in full control of APC, Tinubu and Oshiomhole ensured that they took the battle to the enemy governors, including the chairman of APC Governors’ Forum, Imo State governor Rochas Okorocha; Ogun State governor Ibikunle Amosun; Zamfara State Governor Abdulaziz Yari, Governor Akinwumi Ambode of Lagos, and many enemy senators. With this, the duo had since set the APC on fire.
Tinubu’s lack of political sophistication can’t be more obvious. This is because a seasoned politician would have known Buhari’s 2019 re-election game. Or does Tinubu need to be reminded the kind of disdain Buhari has for him, especially given how Tinubu turned Lagos State into a personal empire?
Unbelievably, how could Tinubu in all his political calculations think that Buhari would ever allow a Tinubu, a Muslim southerner, to become his successor, and a northern Christian becoming his running mate?
Unknown to Tinubu, Buhari’s preferred successor should be Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State who could possibly be paired with either Mallam Muhammed Bello (minister of FCT) or Engr. Suleiman Adamu (water resources minister and Buhari’s nephew).
As far as Buhari is concerned, how could Tinubu, whose Alpha Beta has been collecting tax revenue on behalf of Lagos government and retaining as high as 10%, expect Buhari to allow him to become Nigeria’s president and possibly bring in the same Alpha Beta to be collecting tax for the whole country and retaining 10%?
Or the same Tinubu whose wife is a senator, whose daughter is the president-general of a market women’s union even when she is not a market woman, and whose son-in-law is a powerful member of the House of Representatives?
If Tinubu were politically sophisticated, he would have known that Buhari’s political fate has since been decided by the country’s most powerful army generals — Olusegun Obasanjo, Ibrahim Babangida, Abdulsalami Abubakar, TY Danjuma, and Aliyu Gusau.
Had Tinubu been sincere to himself, he would have known that it would be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than Buhari to win the 2019 presidential election, especially given how world powers such the US, the UK, EU, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Iran, etc., have all agreed that Buhari must go so that peace, unity and economic prosperity could return to Nigeria.
If I were Tinubu, this would have been the most appropriate time to settle scores with Buhari. There wouldn’t have been a better time to revive the old friendship with Atiku, the next president.
Even if Tinubu doesn’t feel like publicly supporting Atiku, it would have been politically wise for him to keep quiet rather than cry more than Buhari the bereaved, as he did recently.
Who was Tinubu trying to impress with his recent vulgar language? Wasn’t it simply exposing his quick-to-anger personality, his self-centeredness and his self-praise? A man controlling his kind of regional political power bloc shouldn’t have been this undiplomatic in language.
Or is Tinubu telling us that once one lived in a ghetto one could have left the ghetto without the ghetto leaving one? “Self-discipline,” Elbert Hubbard rightly said, “is the ability to do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not.”
This important leadership personality trait seems to be completely lacking in Ahmed Tinubu. He was recently caught on camera bitter and shouting, as he told Governor Ambode, “You don’t dare talk when I am talking! Because I have spoiled you (by making you governor), you now talk when I am talking.”
Did Tinubu fail to recognize that he should have respected, not necessarily Ambode as the chief executive and the number-one citizen of Lagos State but the office of the governor of Lagos which Ambode occupies and Tinubu once occupied himself?
Another Tinubu’s recent outburst is where he publicly said, “We don’t fear, whether he (Atiku) is meeting in the jungle, in Dubai or in Abu Dhabi…but we are not going back to the illusion of the PDP…We can’t go back to the pit that we inherited for 16 years.
They can strategize from anywhere, but a leopard cannot change its skin.” This only shows Tinubu’s tactlessness. It also portrays his political naiveté and his endlessly living in the fool’s world. Imagine believing that Buhari will hand over to him in 2023 should he ever win!
I thought Tinubu, as Atiku’s old friend, would have imbibed some leadership qualities from him: his calmness, friendliness, generosity and tolerance; particularly his likeability among the Nigeria youths whom he is always interacting with on social media and at social events.
Also, didn’t he learn Atiku’s humility and bridge-building ability among political allies and across ethnic and religious divide? Did he not grasp Atiku’s quality of being a trusted deal-maker with exceptional love for the poor, whom he helps through many foundations and social causes?
You Tinubu are too imperial and withdrawn, always calculating what you can take out of the system. As a result, you are not seen to be a nationalist but a regional leader. Of course, it is not too late for you to abandon the APC ship, which Buhari is about to sink.
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Saturday, 8 December 2018

Three Yahoo Boys Paraded With Their Charms And Concotions In Osun State (Photos)


Operatives of the IGP Intelligence Response Team, IRT, have handed over three suspected Advance Fee fraudsters to the Ibadan office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC for further investigation.
The suspects who are between 22 and 29 years of age include Ebenezer Adeniyi Oluwafemi, Kolade Samuel Sogo, and Olwagbenga Majeed Ejikunke. They were arrested Tuesday 4th, December 2018 in Ilesha, Osun State following series of intelligence gathered by the operatives.
Preliminary investigations further revealed that the suspects allegedly got involved in different romance scam posing as female foreigners to fleece unsuspecting victims on social media.
At the point of arrest, varied fetish materials, two laptops, and five different brands of telephones were recovered from them. Several documents containing false pretenses were also recovered from the suspects.
According to the Head, Ibadan Office, Abdulrasheed Bawa, the handing over of the three suspects brought the total number of Advance Fee fraudsters arrested in the Ibadan office to 40 in the last couple of weeks. “The zone is no longer a hiding place for the fraudsters”, he stated.
The investigation is still ongoing and the suspects will soon be charged to court.
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