Thursday, 12 February 2015

Sexy Mama! Meet Actress Juliet Ibrahim's HOT 50-year-old Mum

Juliet Ibrahim's mum turned 50 yesterday and the Ghanaian actress shared some blazing hot pictures of her momma, who is also a grandmother to her 4-year-old son.

She's in really good shape for a 50-year-old.
Take a look...

Stella Damasus and lover, Daniel Ademinokan hosted by Grenadian Ambassador to the UN

Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus and her controversial lover Daniel Ademinokan recently visited the United Nations building in New York. 

The couple were hosted by Ambassador Denis G. Antoine the Grenadian Ambassador to the UN.

Daniel posted the pictures and captioned it with, “At the United Nations building in New York. Focused. Driven.#BigThingsHappening #Genius #Gifted #BeyondFilmmaking” 
See more pics after the cut. ...

Video: President Jonathan's Media Chat In Abuja

President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday had a media chat with selected members of the press in Abuja.
Issues discussed during the chat include the postponement of the 2015 elections, rumours about Attahiru Jega’s dismissal, tackling the Boko Haram insurgency and more.
Watch the interview

Prof. Osinbajo kindly assists President Jonathan definition corruption(Read)

APC vice-presidential candidate, Prof Yemi Osibanjo not impressed with Goodluck Jonathan's response at thr presidential media chat which held last night. 

While talking about corruption, Goodluck Jonathan said “I didn’t say stealing is good, I only said stealing isn’t corruption. ”

In  a swift reaction, Yemi Osinbajo took to his Facebook page to state exactly what corruption is as opposed to President Jonathan’s definition.

He wrote: “Corruption is defined as ‘dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery’. The definition is simple and we all know what it is, yet Mr. President has spent the last several minutes of his media chat explaining to Nigerians what it is, suggesting we are all somehow confused about this.
“The GEJ presidency has failed Nigerians. The facts are undeniable. ‪#‎ChangeWillCome‬

Checkout Top 30 quotes from Pres. Goodluck Jonathan’s Media Chat

President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday, hosted a media chat with a selected number of pressmen.

The chat which is organised to foster an avenue to give answers to pertinent questions on national issues.

Pres. Jonathan who faced a panel comprising of top media personalities, Adesuwa Onyenekwe, Deji Badmus, Ibanga Isine and Ibrahim Sheme, assured that the upcoming election will be free and fair.

“If the elections are conducted and I lose, I will go home… the poll will free and fair,” he said.

Read the top 30 tweets from Jonathan below:
1. I eat Chicken not Turkey – Jonathan
2. I didn’t say stealing is good, I only said stealing isn’t corruption.
3. Those quoting me as saying that ‘stealing is not corruption’ have not said that the President said stealing is good. Thieves should be treated as thieves. Do not use the word ‘corruption’ to cover so many things.
4. Now that we are working with Chad, I believe that in the next few weeks the story of the Chibok girls will get better.
5. I am not God, but I am more hopeful now than before in terms of combing the whole areas.
6.  We are working with our neighbours and we will comb the whole of that area. Just give us some time.
7. I did not go dancing after kidnap of Chibok Girls.
8. Most presidents will tell you that it is more difficult for the 2nd election (re-election).
9. If INEC conducts this election poorly, it is on my head.
10. I have not told anybody that I want to remove Jega. I have never said so.
11. A number of people tell me the messages from my team are confusing.
12. One  thing about politics, leadership generally, you have a nos of people who support you but you don’t know what they say.
13.  There is no hiding place for the Boko Haram again,  As we are talking, only Madagali is remaining (under Boko Haram).
14. In Yobe, two local governments are affected and in the next couple of weeks we will take them over.
15. In Borno State, we have 10 to 12 LGs under Boko Haram. The issue of security is beyond Boko Haram.
16. Politicians are instigating some young people to act in ways not expected.
17. Several countries of the world have one problem or the other
18. The issue of PVC interests me most. Before 2011 Nigerians were not talking about Voter’s Card.
19. I was already in my village when INEC announced the postponement. I don’t decide date for election, INEC must work with security agencies.
20. Election is like any tournament, FIFA says March, later say April or May. The winning team will still win. No big deal.
21. I was not consulted about the postponement and I don’t want to be consulted.
22. It is quite unfortunate that there is a lot of wrong information in the system, especially in the social media & normal media.
23. People say I mean well for this country, its true because people close to me know I have passion for Nigeria.
24 .Anybody who wants to hold the office of the president and thinks he’s more important than the nations, it’s not right.
25. We must not put money where people can take it, like we did with in agriculture with fertiliser.
26. Boko Haram is faceless. When the Niger Delta militants were pressing their needs they met with the president.
27. APC started their campaign before me. They visited like 4 states before PDP started.
28. I don’t have the time for social media.
29. I appointed INEC chairman and the RECs and I know that they will do the job.
30. I want a situation where every Nigerian must vote.

Singer, Paul Play Files N200m Lawsuit Against Etisalat Over Copyright Infringement

Singer, Paul Play is dragging Etisalat and Optima Media Group for using his hit song Mosorire for two consecutive years without his permission. The lawsuit which is for N200 Million was filed at a Lagos High Court for use of the song on Nigerian Idols in 2012 and 2013 where a contestant was made to reproduce his song and sing during their programme without his express permission as the owner of the song.
The court paper in part reads;
“I am the copyright owner of the work named and tagged “Mosorire”, contained in my repertoire, exclusively for the jurisdiction of Nigeria and the authority or permission to exploit such work can only be obtained from me. However, the defendants being an organiser of a television reality show tagged, “Nigerian Idol” caused the use, adaptation and deployment of my said work titled, “Mosorire” on the said show without my consent, and which was broadcast to several millions of television viewers throughout the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the rest of Africa for 2012 and 2013 editions.”
Paul Play is no stranger to lawsuits as in February 2013 he sued another telecommunications company, MTN for N500 M for unlawful use of his song in Project Fame.
Paul Play said that as a singer and composer, he was entitled to an annual fee of N100m on the track. He said for having made use of his song without reaching out to him for permission, the defendants, Etisalat and Optima media group had made him lose some money while according to him, they “made gains and improved on their own brand image.”. No date has been fixed for the hearing.

Full transcript of Buhari’s interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour (READ)

Last night APC presidential candidate, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd.) was on Christiane Amanpour’s CNN show about the time President Goodluck Jonathan was having a chat with journalists at a special media meeting in Abuja.

Buhari spoke about the ongoing political situation, his thoughts about Obasanjo’s endorsement and how he’ll fight corruption and Boko Haram if he becomes president.

Here’s a full transcript of the interview:
Amanpour: General, welcome to the programme.
Can I ask you first your reaction to the delay in this election by six weeks and to what you just heard President Jonathan say that they will make inroads into much more security within the next six weeks?
Buhari: Well, my reaction is that of disappointment, because the presentation made by INEC was that they were ready to conduct the election on the date they fixed a year ago, and for them to be forced virtually by the military that they cannot guarantee the safety of their workers, they have to concede to the demand of the military [for an] additional six weeks.
Now since those six weeks are within the constitutional time allowed, this was why we came and asked our supporters to remain calm and resolute and obey the laws.
Amanpour: Okay General, let me ask you because you’re a former military general: You were ruling the country briefly. Why is it that the Nigerian military today cannot take on Boko Haram and have failed to combat that terrorist organisation?
Buhari: Well this has been made much more clear when the National Assembly attempted to conduct a hearing after the soldiers were giving interviews to foreign media about being sent to the front without proper weapons. The National Assembly attempted to conduct a hearing by getting the budgets approved by the National Assembly over the last three years and inviting the service chiefs to come and tell them [why the] weapons were not procured and sent to the soldiers — and competent leadership. And that hearing was scuttled.
So in short, it’s the misapplication or misappropriation of the resources provided by the government for weapons. That’s why the Nigerian military was unable to defeat Boko Haram.
Amanpour: General, you today just got a huge endorsement from a former ally of President Jonathan. That is the former president Obasanjo. How do you react to that, I mean what would that do for your campaign?
Buhari: Well it would certainly bring more supporters to us and more confidence again to us from those who were sitting on the fence, because General Obasanjo is highly respected and as far as Nigerians [issues are] concerned, there’s no serious issue that can be discussed without people seeking for his opinion and listening to it.
Amanpour: Can I now ask you about yourself because headlines around the world are portraying this election as a choice between a failed president and a former dictator — and you’re the former dictator according to these headlines.
You know, people say — and they remember — that you expelled 700,00 migrants years ago thinking that would create jobs, that you’ve banned political meetings and free speech, that you’ve detained thousands of people, secret tribunals, executing people for crimes that were not capital offences. Have you changed or is this what the Nigerian people have to look forward to?
Buhari: Well all those things you mentioned, with a degree of accuracy of actually what happened, was then under a military administration, and when that military adminstration came under my leadership, we — the military — suspended the part of the constitution that we felt would be difficult for us to operate under those circumstances. So I think I’m being judged harshly as an individual that what happened during the military administration can be extended under a multiparty democracy system.
Amanpour: Okay so now you say you’re a democrat. What do you think you can do to combat Boko Haram and to combat the galloping corruption in your country?
Buhari: Well, Boko Haram, we know how it started. Certainly the Nigerian military that built our reputation internationally for effectiveness, it’s a great embarrassment to them and to the country that they haven’t been able to secure [Nigeria’s] territory of an area of 14 local governments out of 774 local governments.
I believed this problem will not be too difficult for [our] APC government because we know the Nigerian military is competent. It’s a question of making sure the money voted for equipment and training [is] properly utilised.
Amanpour: About corruption, there’s so many complaints from many people around your country about massive corruption they say. Can you face up against them? Are you committed to rooting out corruption?
Buhari: We have to, because there are serious citizens of this country that say unless Nigeria kills corruption, corruption will kill Nigeria. And that’s best illustrated by another hearing conducted by the National Assembly on pension fund, electricity and then the corruption in the petroleum industry from where the country derives over 90% in external revenue.
The National Assembly conducted a hearing here in Abuja and in the six geopolitical zones of the country, then they took the recommendation to the executive. And it’s been collecting dust for the past 18 months.

Amanpour: Alright, General Muhammadu Buhari, opposition candidate in Nigeria. Thank you very much for joining us from Abuja tonight.

Obasanjo’s endorsement will convince more Nigerians to vote for me – Buhari

APC presidential candidate, Gen Muhammadu Buhari has described his endorsement by former President, Olusegun Obasanjo as a boost to his ambition. And that it will convince more Nigerians to vote for him during the presidential election. 

Buhari said this on Wednesday night during an interview with CNN’s Chief International Correspondent, Christine Amanpour.
Recall that Obasanjo had on Tuesday in Nairobi, Kenya during an interview with the Financial Times of London at the launch of his controversial autobiography entitled, ‘My Watch,’ threw his weight behind Buhari’s candidacy.
Asked by Amanpour what he thought of Obasano’s endorsement, Buhari said, “It would certainly bring more supporters to us and more confidence again to us for those who are sitting on the fence.”
This, he said, was “because General Obasanjo is highly respected and as far as the Nigerian nation is concerned, there is no serious issue that can be discussed without people seeking his opinion and listening to it.”

Obanikoro drags SaharaReporters, Premium Times & Punch to court over Ekiti election-rigging audio

Former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro has sued online newspapers Sahara Reporters and Premium Times for defamation of character. Joined in the suit are The Punch Newspapers Ltd, and journalists Omoyele Sowore, Publisher of Sahara Reporters and Festus Owete, General Editor at Premium Times.
Last week, the defendants published an audio recording purporting to be Obanikoro, in a conversation with other individuals to rig the Ekiti State gubernatorial elections of 2014. Obanikoro has since denied the allegation
In the suit which was filed at the Lagos State High Court Ikeja yesterday, 10th February 2015, Senator Obanikoro is claiming damages to the tune of N1 billion.
According to the suit filed on his behalf by Dr. Yemi Oke of MJS Partners, Senator Obanikoro is seeking;
“1.) An order of perpetual injunction restraining the defendants from publishing or causing to be published either directly or indirectly, defamatory, damaging, offensive or degrading statements, articles and/or materials against the claimant, 2.) An order directing the defendant to jointly or severally pay to the claimant the sum of N1 billion being damages for harm caused to his political, professional, business, social and institutional reputation as a result of the defamation by willful and scandalous publication of false statements by the defendants, 3.) An order directing the defendants to retract the false and damaging publication by a letter of apology directed to claimant and published on the same media through which the defamatory publication was circulated and 4.) An order of court for the cost of this suit against the defendants.”
Simultaneously, Obanikoro has engaged Tacopina & Seigel to handle the same case against Sahara Reporters in New York, United States of America.

Actress, Adaora Ukoh covers House of Maliq magazine

Plus-size Nollywood actress, Adaora Ukoh is the cover star for February 2015 issue of House of Maliq magazine,  alongside model, Sandra Benebe. See more pics after the cut...