Saturday, 15 August 2015

Davido meets with the president of Mali (Photos)

Our very own Davido (Baddest) who is currently in Mali for a Concert scheduled for today the 15th of September, payed a courtesy visit to the president of Mali, PresidentIbrahim Boubacar Ke├»ta.
Davido‘s influence isn’t just limited to the entertainment world alone, but you can see him time and time again, robbing shoulders with highly influential personalities both indigenously (Nigeria), in Africa, and in diaspora. 

Man shocked to find his own obituary poster on the streets of Benin city (PHOTOS)

65-year-old Clifford Osawaru got the shock of his life when he was alerted by his friends of posters announcing his death and funeral arrangements, which were pasted on some streets in Okunmwun community, Ovia North East LGA of Edo State yesterday.
The obviously hale and hearty man from pictures below, wondered why anyone would print his obituary.
“When I am alive, they said I am dead. This is not life at all.”
He said he had served the community for over 20 years and didn’t deserve to be treated this way. He called on security agencies to look into the matter.
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The Presidency Has Denied That President Buhari Promised To Declare His Assets If He Assumes Office

Femi Adesina, Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, has said that Muhammadu Buhari never said he would make his assets public.
The Presidential spokesperson said that the issue of public asset declaration should be attributed to the All Progressives Congress, and not his principal.
According to Adesina, the President has declared his assets in compliance with the law and it can only be made public after verification is concluded by the Code of Conduct Bureau.
He said this in an interview Kayode Ogundamisi, on PolitrickswithKO.
“I believe if Nigeria does not kill corruption; corruption will kill Nigeria. I pledge to publicly declare my assets and liabilities and encourage my political appointees to also publicly declare their assets and liabilities.”
“You need to get his words right, go and check all that the president said during the campaign, in no place would you see it attributed to him as a person.”
“But then there is a document by his party, the All Progressives Congress, saying he would declare publicly, so we need to set that right, it’s a declaration by his party.
“Now what does the law require? The law requires public officers to declare their assets; he has done that. But his party has a document that says he would do it publicly.
“There is a procedure for that, and the procedure is that you first declare, code of conduct (bureau) would verify and after that, if you want to make it public, the onus lies on you to say release. The procedure has to be followed.”
“He has declared, and it is deposited with the code of conduct bureau and they need to verify. Let’s come to that time when code of conduct would say we have completed verification,” Adeshina said.

Tonto Dikeh Clears The Air On Alleged Pregnancy

News of a rumored pregnancy that resulted in a quiet marriage have been addressed by Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh in a recent interview with Hip TV
The actress cleared the air on a host of issues,  starting with the reason for her quiet relationship and marriage to Oladunni Churchill, popularly referred to as Mr X.
According to the controversial actress, “It’s respect. It’s because I respect my relationship and I wanted it to work. It was not another ‘come and go’ type of thing for me. I saw potential in it and I decided to really really take my time to enjoy it. Like they say, ‘a private relationship is the happiest one’ and that’s why I have been so happy for a very long time and that’s why my happiness will never cease.”

Addressing the pregnancy rumors, the actress said: “That’s a very very good thing and I pray that I should be but then again I don’t look pregnant. It’s something that every woman should be proud of. I hope it comes for me.”

Deputy Governor of Borno state, Zannah Mustapha dies in his sleep

The deputy governor of Borno state, Zannah Umar Mustapha is reported to have died earlier today. Zannah was said to have died in his hotel room in Yola and his remains has been taken to the Federal Medical Hospital, Yola.

While the circumstances of Zannah’s death yet remain unclear, the Speaker, House of representative, Hon. Yakubu Dogara has described the demise of Zannah as a huge loss to the state and Nigeria at large.
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara has described Zannah’s death as a shocking and a huge loss.

Story: Vanguard

Segun Arinze is pissed at the man who he mistakenly deposited N50K into his account and has refused to return it

Actor Segun Arinze is really pissed at the moment and it's because he mistakenly deposited the sum of N50K into someone's account and till this very moment the person has refused to return it which is very unfair.

An angry Segun Arinze took to social media and wrote

"I mistakenly paid 50k into the account of one Okoli Chukwunon account number 0024438520 Access bank. When I realised my mistake I called my bank GT connect to report and I was asked to contact the bank of the beneficiary (Access bank) I went there and spoke with a lady staff Omolola (ogunlana branch) who was kind enough to contact the Nonso guy. He claimed he work with keystone bank mbaise branch. I identified myself and he asked that Access should send him a mail. Which they did.
Since then he's been giving me the run around. Yesterday he shouted at me and hung on me. His name Okoli Chukwunonso 08037376844. This not so much about the money but the idea of being honest. What is not yours please kindly return. I have heard of various incidences of this kind. People should learn to be honest and banks should find a way of penalizing such unscrupulous acts. Mr Okoli Chukwunonso kindly return my money. You claim to be a banker, so you should know better.