Saturday, 20 June 2015

Photos: Mother-Of-Four Starved Her Own Kids To Pay For Boob Job

The single mother of four was obsessed with the idea of having boob job, she stopped feeding her children, Tottenham, North London, England, UK.

Unemployed Naica Gibson and her four children, aged between one and 14, from two different fathers, live on benefits. The woman stopped buying food for her kids, refused to pay for clothes and school trips  for two years as she was saving up to pay the $6,750 for her operation and travel costs to Poland.
Unemployed Mother Starved Children To Have New Breasts
The single mother of four was obsessed with the idea of having boob job, she stopped feeding her children
She put away $160 every week and by the end of the month she had no money left for the kids. Sometimes she took her children to their grandmother’s house for the dinner. 
Trying to justify herself she claimed that she “also had to cut back on pretty much everything and missed meals as well as them.”
Eventually, after two years of saving she visited Polish clinics to get her dream breasts but already on her way home she realized that they look unatural and became extremely firm. Her second attempt to fix boob surgery also failed, she picked up an infection and had to go to hospital. Later the 31-year-old said:
Unemployed Mother Starved Children To Have New Breasts
She put away $160 every week and by the end of the month she had no money left for the kids
“I was determined to get my dream boob job no matter what, even if it meant cutting back on things for the kids. I’m from England and deserve the treatment if I need it. I don’t see anything wrong in using my benefits for a boob job.” And even now Naica is still asking the British taxpayers to fund $8,000 corrective surgery.

PHOTOS: 8-year old Ozzy Bosco named youngest Peace Ambassador alongside Patience Ozokwor

8-year-old Ozzy Bosco, also known as WonderKid, has been named the Youngest Peace Ambassador of National Peace and Unity Estate Ibeju-Lekki.

The honour was bestowed on him alongside the award-winning Nollywood actress, Patience Ozokwor by Oba Rafiu Olusegun Salami, the Onibeju of Ibeju land, Lagos on Wednesday, June 17, 2015.
Wonderkid rose to fame after winning the season 7 Nigerian Kids Got Talent award and has recorded songs with the likes of Olamide, Flavour andTerry G.

This 10-year-old Nigerian genius just got admitted into US University

Esther Okade is a normal 10-year-old. She is also a university undergraduate. No big deal, eh?
Esther, from Walsall, an industrial town in the UK’s West Midlands region, is one of the country’s youngest college freshmen.
The talented 10-year-old enrolled at the Open University, a UK-based distance learning college, in January and is already top of the class, having recently scored 100% in a recent exam.
“It’s so interesting. It has the type of maths I love. It’s real maths — theories, complex numbers, all that type of stuff,” she giggles. “It was super easy. My mum taught me in a nice way.”
She adds: “I want to (finish the course) in two years. Then I’m going to do my PhD in financial maths when I’m 13. I want to have my own bank by the time I’m 15 because I like numbers and I like people and banking is a great way to help people.”
And in case people think her parents have pushed her into starting university early, Esther emphatically disagrees.
“I actually wanted to start when I was seven. But my mum was like, “you’re too young, calm down.” After three years of begging, mother Efe finally agreed to explore the idea.
Esther has always jumped ahead of her peers. She sat her first Math GSCE exam, a British high school qualification, at Ounsdale High School in Wolverhampton at just six, where she received a C-grade. A year later, she outdid herself and got the A-grade she wanted. Then last year she scored a B-grade when she sat the Math A-level exam.
Esther’s mother noticed her daughter’s flair for figures shortly after she began homeschooling her at the age of three. Initially, Esther’s parents had enrolled her in a private school but after a few short weeks, the pair began noticing changes in the usually-vibrant youngster.
Efe says: “One day we were coming back home and she burst out in tears and she said ‘I don’t ever want to go back to that school — they don’t even let me talk!’
“In the UK, you don’t have to start school until you are five. Education is not compulsory until that age so I thought OK, we’ll be doing little things at home until then. Maybe by the time she’s five she will change her mind.”
Efe started by teaching basic number skills but Esther was miles ahead. By four, her natural aptitude for maths had seen the eager student move on to algebra and quadratic equations.
However, Esther isn’t the only maths prodigy in the family. Her younger brother Isaiah, 6, will soon be sitting his first A-level exam in June.
 [h/t CNN]

D'banj congratulates his 'love' Adama Indimi On New Appointment (Photos)

Kokomaster D’banj has just sent a congratulatory message to his ‘Love’Adama Indimi who has just been appointed as a Director for Grassroot Mobilizers for Buhari.

Despite rumours making rounds that the once upon a time lovers are no longer together, D’banj in his message to Adama referred to her as his ‘LOVE’ he also said ‘he’s very proud of her’.

In March 2015, D’banj sent a special shout out to Adama’s mum on her birthday. In April 2015 he also didn’t forget to send a birthday shout out toAdama’s kid sister.
See his congratulatory message below…

(Adama Indimi receiving her letter of appointment. Photo: Instagram)

Photos: President Buhari becomes Bayajidda II of Daura Emirate

President Muhammadu Buhari has been appointed Bayajidda II of Daura emirate by the Emir of Daura, Alhaji Umar Farouk. Announcing the appointment in his palace, the Emir described Buhari as an illustrious son of the emirate. President Buhari thanked the emir for the honour bestowed on him and called for support in his new task. The emir then presented the president with a sword of Bayajidda and a horse.

AY, Darey Art-Alade And Other Celebrities Storm Gbenro And Osas Ighodaro’s Traditional Wedding (PHOTOS)

Celebrities today stormed Benin city for Nollywood stars, Osas Ighodaro & Gbenro Ajibade as they got wedded the traditional way.

Top among the stars at the traditional wedding were Darey Art Alade, Comedians Ayo Makun and Elenu, Emmanuel Ikubuese and popular fashion designer, Yomi Casual.

Osas stunned everyone with her beauty in traditional okuku (coral crown) and velvet wrapper.
Peep below for more pics:
Osas Ighodaro and Gbenro Ajibade pictured at their traditional wedding today.

All clothes in Blue. Yomi Casual, Emmanuel Ikubese, Brian Okwara, Gideon Okeke & others in Benin for Gbenro & Osas’s Traditional Wedding today.

Emmanuel Ikubuese looked handsome in a different outfit; A white ‘Agbada’
Darey Art-Alade in a simple outfit
Comedian Elenu
The Popular and rib cracking comedian, AY
Actors Iyke Okechukwu and Florence Okechukwu who met on Tinsel and later got married in April 2013 are also at the wedding.

Femi-Fani Kayode’s Ex-Wife Speaks On Marriage With Him & Her New Man

Mrs Yemisi Wada who recently clocked 50 and has also been the talk of the town because of her beautiful figure at 50, 
in this 
with ‘Nonye Ben-Nwankwo, talks about her brief marriage to former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode and her new marriage. She and Femi wedded in 1991 but were divorced by 1995.

See excerpt below:
How do you feel having a daughter who is getting married?

I am ecstatic. My daughter is getting married in July by the Grace of God. I got married at 24 and I am reaping the benefits as I have had the opportunity to grow up with my girls. I feel it has made us closer. I am happy because people are different and in her case, she is mature enough to take up that role. She has also found a good man by the grace of God from good stock and surely that must be every mother’s prayer.

Why did you choose to study law?

My father was a lawyer but that was not my motivation. It was the courtroom drama I used to watch on television and the whole wig and gown that attracted me. My father worked for the Lagos State Ministry of Justice. He was State Prosecutor at some stage and in those days, if I was home and he was trying any interesting case like the ‘Iyabo Olounkoya’ drug case, my mum and I would go and watch.

Your parents must have been very comfortable for them to send you to study in the UK.

To be honest back then, our economy was okay. The year I went abroad to school was when the Naira became N3-1 pound. Life was easier. My father came from quite a wealthy family and he inherited property but didn’t really like the idea of receiving income from them. He used to go out of his way to tell us he would not leave any property in his will and that we should work for our own money. He had property in Ikorodu and Ogba, which some companies were renting. My mother left work when I was still young and till today she’s a very successful business woman. So between them, we got by.

Would you still remember those days you used to work in your ex father-in-law’s law firm?

I actually never worked in Chief Fani-Kayode’s Law firm. When I got married straight after Law School, my father wanted me to work. After my youth service when it seemed my then husband didn’t want me to work, my father threatened to pull me out of the marriage. Chief had some election petition cases in Kano, so he drafted me into his team to work on them and later the appeals in Kaduna. That was how I met Mr. Raji Ahmed who was in the team as well and we later set up a law office together, along with Mr. Robert Emukpoeruo. Working on those cases were the best times I had at the time. That was also the first salary I earned as a lawyer.

Why did you even quit practising?

Law is a long-term earner. At the time, being a single mother with three children and wanting to give them the best like I had as a child, I could not afford to stay in practice. Besides, I needed to be the boss of my own time to be available for my children when I was needed.
What inspired you to establish Haven for Nigerian Children?

Seeing that there were children living on the streets and I was going up and down cuddling mine made me sit up and think. I decided to do something about it and pray my own children if they were ever in need, would meet a helper. I have often wondered if this is a selfish notion. If it is, well I am not a saint and that’s my Achilles heel. At least, it has created a passion and I intend to keep running Haven as long as God grants me life.

Why are you so passionate about the street kids?

I’m passionate about rendering assistance in any way. I counsel very well. Nothing gives me more joy than knowing whoever meets me or comes into my life in any way gains something from my experiences. That’s where I derive my joy.

How is life being Mrs. Dahiru Wada?

It’s very interesting. My father in-law loves me very much and my husband has many brothers who are like him, very loving. So you’re living in an atmosphere of love. It’s a very nice feeling. The best description of my husband is that he is a gentleman’s gentleman. He is also very cultured and well travelled. He loves good food and travelling. He is very well read and extensively knowledgeable in all things. He is very generous and for us kind almost to a fault.

You reportedly said your husband doesn’t like partying and dancing but these are things you love doing. So how do you manage this?

If I want to party and dance, he is not in my way. We understand each other perfectly. Many times, you will see us at parties and before long, you will not see him because he would have left quietly. Having said that, my husband observes more at that same party and when we analyse the proceedings after, I would be amazed. Seriously we complement each other nicely.

Can you tell us about growing up?

Growing up for me was awesome. We lived in GRA Ikeja, we walked and cycled about in clean and safe environment by ourselves. Most of our activities were centred on the home and the street. We climbed trees, raised dogs, rode bicycles. It was bliss.

What fond memories do you have when you were still growing up?

I have several. The best was how my paternal grandmother ‘Iya Alaje’ would come and stay with us when our parents travelled. She was very wealthy but not literate and she loved a good life. She would ask us what we would normally eat and my brother, Bayo and I would lie that we didn’t eat pepper. That would mean no eba and amala. She would take us to Kingsway Stores and buy us ham and all the nice things for sandwiches. The funny thing though was only Bayo had a palate for those things. I preferred my eba, so why I went along with it still baffles me. I guess it was the thrill of getting away with such nonsense.

As a young girl, if anybody had told you your marriage would break up, would you have believed it?

No, I would not have. That is why even after three children, I knew I would remarry. I don’t know if it is that love of being a wife or to run a home. Whichever, I love being married.

Can you still remember those days you were with your ex-husband, Femi Fani-Kayode?

I have no fond memories of then except having my daughters, as I am sure he would say same if asked. What people do not seem to realise is that we were together for only a very short while. The marriage itself lasted less than three years. The fact that I have three daughters makes it seem longer but I left just when I was pregnant with my youngest daughter.

Did you decide to marry him because his family was influential?

I don’t know what that means because I grew up in a home where I had all I wanted. There was nothing I got there that I didn’t have before. Actually I had more at home.

What was the attraction back then?

It was a long time ago but I think at the time, all the men I knew were clubbing like I was but he was already serious in politics. He was a national youth leader of his party and the proposal was very direct as he said, ‘I am in politics and I need a homemaker.’

Since the marriage produced beautiful kids, would you ever say you regret it?

No way. In fact, I always say if I came back in another life, I would do it again to have these same beautiful and dramatically intelligent daughters. I would just have a better exit plan.

How did you meet Mr. Wada?

Dahiru and I met at a party in London. It’s funny how we met. I thought he was someone else and planned to tease him but his incredible wit got the better of me and in the end, the joke was on me. He actually insinuated that I was a airhead!

What do you love about him?

He’s gentle, he is patient and he is kind. He has a wicked sense of humour and he can gist. He has an infectious laugh and like me, he loves to entertain. Like me also, he is a very good cook. He is the king of roasts and curries. He is an amazing father. He loves his kids to bits. I am always complimented about how well behaved my boys are but it is because they live with a gentleman father and they live by example.

    Why we cannot publicize Buhari, Osinbajo’s assets – CCB

    The Code of Conduct Bureau has explained why it is impossible to make public the details of assets declared by President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
    CCB said its hands were tied because of limitations in federal laws covering such release.
    Buhari had pledged to publicly declare his assets despite the lack of a law requiring him to do so as the 1999 Constitution stated that office holders should declare their assets, without requiring them to do so publicly.
    While the President continues to drag foot on the subject, the presidency came out to say details of his declaration will be made available after the Code of Conduct Bureau authenticates claims in the forms.
    Refusing to be patient, a civil society group, Stop Impunity Nigeria, an affiliate of the Centre for Social Justice, on June 1, 2015 applied to the CCB to request copies of the completed assets declaration forms by the President and his deputy.
    The application, signed by the Lead Director of the Centre, Eze Onyekpere, was pursuant to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act, FOIA, 2011.

    Must Read! 19-Year Old Girl Narrates How Three Trusted Friends Took Turns To Rape Her

    In an act, which has shocked residents of a neighbourhood in Iju area of Lagos, three friends – Habeeb Adisa (25), Kehinde Aderinoye (25) and Ilyas Ogundimu (27) – have raped one of their female neighbours, a young woman,who is their close friend in the neighbourhood. 

    The victim, 19-year-old Adenike (not real name), a hair stylist, volunteered to speak with Saturday Punch, saying she summoned the courage to speak about her ordeal because she did not want them to go free and do the same to someone else.

    Narrating how she was violated by the three men whom she trusted most in their neighbourhood, Adenike told our correspondent that not once did she suspect within the two years she knew them that they had such a heinous plan for her.

    Calmly, but with a lot of anger and pain showing in her eyes, Adenike said, “I became friends with them as neighbours two years ago when my mother first rented an apartment in the area.
    “Kehinde began to make advances to me. But I told him we were friends and did not want to be in a relationship with him. I have always rejected his advances.
    “Later he would tell Habeeb and Ilyas to approach me to appeal on his behalf to accept his proposal, but I made them to understand that I could not go out with him. But we still talked and sat together in the neighbourhood as friends.”
    Unknown to Adenike, the gentle disposition of her three friends was just a fa├žade for the plan they had hatched on how to sexually assault her.

    On Wednesday, June 17, 2015, an opportunity presented itself for the rapist friends to put their plan to work.

    Adenike said, “In the morning of that day, around 9.30am, I went over Kehinde’s house like I usually did sometimes when I had nothing to do at home. I trusted them completely and usually went there to while away the time.
    “Habeeb and Ilyas were there also. We were just talking when Habeeb suddenly came to me and picked me up. He threw me on the bed and I told him that I didn’t like that kind of play. I said, ‘If this is part of your playful habit I am not up for it.’
    “But as he threw me on the bed, before I could stand up, he lay on me and pinned me down firmly. Kehinde quickly came over and started to remove my underwear. That was when I knew what they wanted to do. I struggled with them but they pinned me down and took turns to rape me.
    “When I was screaming, one of them quickly went to the CD player, which was on at the time and turned on the music to maximum volume so that it would drown out my voice.”
    When they finished, the three friends smiled in relish, it was learnt. They told their prey to pretend that what happened to her was a mere sexual encounter.

    “They told me to just forget what happened and keep it between the four of us. But I realised that if I was afraid of stigma and kept it to myself, they would walk free and even boast to their friends about what they did to me. They would surely do it to someone else,” Adenike said.

    Bruised and battered, Adenike summoned the courage to approach someone she trusted in the neighbourhood and narrated what happened to her. She was immediately advised to go to the Iju Police Division and report the incident.

    As soon as she reported, some landlords in the area rose in the men’s defence.

    Adenike’s mother said that because the parents of the rapists are landlords in the area, they first threatened her that if she decided to make the issue a police case, she would lose.

    But on Thursday, after the police had arrested the suspects, our correspondent witnessed as families of the culprits and other residents of the area came out to the police station to beg Adenike’s mother.

    Adenike’s case highlights the increasing incidence of sexual offences in Nigeria, where majority of sexual offences go unreported.

    On Friday, the spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, Mr. Kenneth Nwosu, told our correspondent that the suspects had been charged to court.

    IK Ogbonna & Sonia Morales Welcome First Child Together(Photo)

    Actor IK Ogbonna and his Colombian girlfriend Sonia Morales have welcomed their first child together.
    Morales put to the bed this morning, giving birth to a baby boy.
    Both mother and daughter are reportedly, and the baby boy has been named ‘Ace Ogbonna‘.
    See the bundle of joy below! Congratulations!

    First Lady, Aisha Buhari Moves Into Aso Rock Ahead Of Her Husband

    President Muhammadu Buhari’s spouse, Mrs. Aisha Buhari has reportedly parked to the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Thursday, June 18, 2015 barely three weeks since Friday, May 29, 2015 that President Buhari’s administration was inaugurated.
    President Buhari has been operating from the Defence House, the official residence of the President-elect located at Maitama Distric, Abuja.
    It was gathered that Mrs Aisha Buhari officially moved to the Presidential Villa on Thursday, June 18, 2015 by 6pm at a time when her spouse was not in Abuja.
    A reliable source from the Presidential Villa disclosed to newsmen on Friday, June 19, 2015 that, “Hajia (Aisha Buhari) arrived here (Presidential Villa) with her entourage at about 6pm on Thursday (June 18, 2015).
    “She had relocated  ahead of her husband.
    “She passed the night here.”
    Some journalists who had visited the First Lady’s Wing of the Aso Villa on Friday, June 19, 2015 met some luxurious cars parked before the premises, an indication that Mrs. Buhari was playing host to some guests.
    It has been tipped also, from the Presidency, that President Buhari is expected to join his wife in the Aso Villa once he arrives from his local trip.
    President Buhari on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 had journeyed to Kaduna from Abuja shortly after his arrival from South Africa where he had taken part in the just concluded 25th Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union.
    He moved to Kaduna then to his  home-town, Daura, in Katsina State.

    My beauty reduces men to tears’ – says 58yr old sexy grandmother [Photos]

    Grandmother-of-one, Stephanie Arnott from Kent, is 58 but believes she looks two decades younger - something her husband, Lan, 66 loves but says makes other women frown at her in the street. See photos below:

    Gunmen kidnap Vice Chancellor of Rivers state University

    Unknown gunmen have abducted the Vice Chancellor of the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Professor Rosamond Green.
    Professor Rosammond was said to have been kidnapped on her way home lastnight in Port Harcourt.
    The Registrar of the institution, Ikem Adiele after a managment meeting told newsmen that the staff of the University were worried over the shocking abduction of their VC.
    The Police in Rivers State has confirmed the incident.

    Meanwhile, the Rivers state Police Command said it has made remarkable achievements in their effort to combat crime in the state.

    New Couple Alert? Mariah Carey Spotted With Australian Billionaire James Packer

    Mariah Carey may have just gotten a new boo, and a really rich one at that.

    The singer was spotted in Capri, Italy, with Australian billionaire, James Packer.

    Packer is the son of the late media mogul Kerry Packer and grandson of Sir Frank Packer.

    Packer owns a string of hotels and casinos around Australia and other countries, and has a net worth of $4.6 billion, according to Forbes.
    The duo are reportedly vacationing inside Packer’s yacht, and have been photographed walking around holding hands.
    Do they look good together? Check them out below!
    Photos courtesy: TMZ.

    Buhari never said he was too old to govern – Nigerians in South Africa

    Nigerian Union in South Africa, NUSA, that had an audience with President Muhammadu Buhari during his last week’s visit to the country, has described as false reports in the Nigerian media purportedly quoting President Muhammadu Buhari as saying that he was too old to govern.
    President of the Union, Mr. Ikechukwu Anyene, noted in a press release issued on Friday in Pretoria, South Africa, that Buhari never made such a statement at the town hall meeting he had with Nigerians in that country on June 15.

    “After the president left, the conclusion by most Nigerians present was that he is an honest man who is determined to fix Nigeria.
    “It even showed in the way everybody wanted to hug and shake his hands,’’ he added.
    NUSA held that it was disappointing for some people to be using the social media to score, cheap political point with the parley.

     “The president never said that he is too old to govern,’’ he asserted that Buhari was the only visiting Nigerian president he had ever witnessed that had gone out of his way to hug his compatriots after making his remarks.
    “Though it is necessary for the opposition to keep the ruling party on its toes, it is equally important that the criticisms should be issue-based so that government will have a breathing space to fix our country,’’ he stated. 

    Kris Jenner is planning her ENGAGEMENT to toyboy boyfriend Corey Gamble

    Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner is reportedly planning her engagement to toyboy beau Corey Gamble.

    According to reports the momager thinks her relationship with Corey, who is 26 years her junior, is "the real deal".

    Kris was married to Caitlyn Jenner - then known as Bruce - for 24 years before they finalised their divorce last year.

    RadarOnline reports Kris now wants to move on and take her relationship with Corey, who is Justin Bieber's road manager, to the next level.

    Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble Leave Craigs

    Kris, 59, has enjoyed an on/off relationship with Corey, 34, for a year and they were recently seen packing on the PDA while dining at Craig's restaurant in West Hollywood.

    Despite the age gap the pair enjoy a healthy sex life, with Kris' daughters Khloe and Kim spilling the details on the family's reality show – Keeping Up With The Kardashians.