Monday, 13 July 2015
A few hours ago, OAP Freeze’s ex wife,Opeyemi released a press statement, where she denied being a violent adulteress and husband beater.
Below, is press statement by Opeyemi Olarinde(the estranged wife of Cool FM’s Freeze) on alleged violent adultress allegation..
Kano central prison officials have on Monday, July 13, 2015 transported former Governor of Jigawa state, Sule Lamido, and his sons, Aminu and Mustapha to Abuja.
The transfer to Abuja is in preparation for the bail hearing of the trio by a vacation judge on Tuesday, July 14, 2015.
Vanguard reports that prison sources disclosed that they all left the detention facilities for Abuja by 10.00am.
Prison warders reportedly informed those who showed up to visit that Lamido and his sons have been taken to Abuja.
It is believed that the vacation judge will grant their bail application at the hearing on Tuesday.
Amber posted a scathing message to her Instagram and Twitter accounts on Saturday, firing back at a fake Twitter account that has been posting some gross things about other celebrities, including Caitlyn Jenner.
This is NOT my Twitter. These "Roast" are corny as fuck. I'm not a mean girl and I don't jump on the bandwagon of bullying ppl AT ALL especially when the whole world is against them (I've been there) I'll only defend myself if need be and even that comes off wrong in so many ways via social media. Trust me I've let malicious stories and the Internet get the best of me plenty of times. Shits weak. Furthermore I Love the LGBT community and would never say the ignorant things this Parody account is saying - Muva 👽Amber bounced back from the Twitter drama as she always does, by posting the flawless swimsuit photo above, on her Instagram.
Director Tchidi Chikere and wifey, Nuella Njubigbo dedicated their daughter Tess in church yesterday.
The likes of actors Olu Jacobs, Joke Silva, Kate Henshaw and other friends and colleagues from the entertainment industry turned up at the star studded event.
This is the couple’s first child together with Tchidi having 3 sons from a previous marriage to actress Sophia.
Operatives of Vigilante Group of Nigeria, VGN, Ebutte Metta chapter, have rescued a 12-year-old girl (names withheld), who was battered by her father in Lagos.
It was gathered that the victim was found in critical condition at Oyingbo market, Ebute- Metta, following beatings she allegedly received from her father.
A close family source said: “The victim, a Junior Secondary School, JSS, 1 student with the Canal Secondary School, Orile, Lagos State, would have died from the wound she sustained after her father flogged her with barbed wire, but for the intervention of vigilante members, who found her writhing in pains in the dead of the night.”
He broke my mother’s knees’
Narrating how she incurred the wrath of her father, the girl said: “I live with my parents at 4, Kuforiji Street Orile, Lagos.
“On July 7, I ran away from home after receiving severe beating from my father. My offence was that I tried to stop him from beating my mother.“My father accused my mother of using his hard-earned money to play lotto game and he descended on her with anything he could lay his hands on. My father alleged that my mother loves patronising lotto game and he beat her up mercilessly and broke her knees.“Despite my mother’s cry for help, none of our neighbours came to her rescue because they are afraid of my father. When I could not bear the beating anymore, I begged my father to stop. He became furious and pounced on me, using a barbed wire to flog me.“This is not the first time my father will beat my mother and I. I have lost count of his endless beatings. On one occasion, I begged my mother to relocate four of us, her children, to Ilorin so we can stay away from our father due to his constant beating.
My mum said he’ll change’
“I am the first child. My mother said my father will change, but he gets worse by the day. My mother is currently on admission at the Charity Hospital, Orile, following the beating my father gave her.
“I could not stand his beating anymore and I ran away from home to meet one of my mother’s friends at Oyingbo market, but I did not meet her when I got there.
“I was in great pains and I decided to sleep in the market because I do not want to go back to my father’s house. It was while I was sleeping at the market that some vigilante men came and rescued me. I told them my plight and they took me to the hospital.”
Police refuse to intervene
Agbodemu Musbau, Secretary of the VGN, said: “At Iponri Police Station, they said they do not handle such a case. At Area C Police Command, Surulere, they told me to take her to the office of the Public Defender.
I have been running around with this girl to get the necessary authorities to look into this matter and arrest the father, but they have refused to take up the case.”
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