Archive for February 6th, 2015

I’m Yet Ready For Marriage, Olamide Says, Accuses Babymama of Attempt To Trap Him Into Marriage @Richard


Olamide have said that he will not marry his babymama because of her greediness.

Olamide in an interview accused her of deliberately trying to trap him into marriage even when she knows that he never had any plan to do so. Though he complimented her for having the courage to give him a bouncing baby boy despite not wedding her or tying her down with a ring. Here’s what Olamide said about his precious babymama.

“My baby boy. I have been waiting for him for a very long while so happy he is here healthy and all that and big shout out to my girlfriend for taking that risk for me you hardly see a girl that will want to do that for you without doing the whole official P. I respect her for that but I must also state that I am still single and no plan of marrying soon,” he said

Lol, smart girl don jam guy man.

Play By The Rules, Oritsejafor Warns Politicians. @Richard


The president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, has cautioned Nigerian politicians ahead of the Feb

14th presidential election.

The Nation reports that the clergyman, who spoke at a retreat organized by the National Christian Elders Forum in Abuja on Friday, urged politicians to shun any act capable of causing violence in the country.

Oritsejafor also reportedly expressed worries over the alarming wave of the Boko Haram terrorist group attack in the northern part of the country.

He urged leaders at all levels to engage in meaningful intra-and-inter dialogue in order to halt the devilish activities of the blood thirsty extremist.

The CAN president, who told politicians that ‘enough is enough,’ noted that if truly the intention of politicians is to serve the people, they should avoid activities capable of causing harm to Nigerians.

Oritsejafor while pleading with politicians to play by the rules, reiterated that ‘election would come and go’, but Nigeria will continue to exist.

“I am puzzled about the conducts of some politicians in the country. Is politics not supposed to be service to the people? If you get into any political position, you should be there to serve the people. Therefore, if the essence is for you to serve, who you are going to serve when the people you wants to serve die in the process of election. I want to use this opportunity to appeal to our politicians again that election is not a do or die affair. Let us remember that election will come and go and Nigeria will remain. So let us play the game according the rules. I appeal to your conscience, to your heart. I watch television and I see how a lot of people are being maimed, killed. Let us do what is right so that Nigeria will remain one,”

Speaking further on the alleged political intolerant in the North, he posited that it was wrong for anybody to stop free citizens of a country from identifying with any candidate of their choice.

Mind Your Speech, Oritsejafor Cautions Politicians. @Richard


The President of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) , Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, has warned Nigerian politicians to be mindful of what they say and do as the February 14th presidential election approaches

In a statement signed personally by Oritsejafor, he stated that he believes one indivible Nigeria.

The CAN leader also urged Nigerians to pray for peace and unity during these troubling times.

The statement read: “On behalf of my family and the national executive of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), I greet fellow brothers and sisters and indeed all Nigerians. Once again we find ourselves in another electoral period that has seen all kinds of difficult situations, important questions and challenges, but also signs of hope, both in the Church and in our society.

“It has indeed been a period of mixed fortunes – for individuals, for the Christian family, other faithful and the entire society. We have seen the extremes of fundamentalism and terrorism, natural disasters, disease epidemics and other forms of societal challenges, all in the course of this election. Importantly and typical of the dogged Nigerian spirit, we have sailed through these trying times to the very moment we have found ourselves in today. The greatest news in the midst of these challenges is that of hope and the promise of better times ahead of us, which is the message of unity

“The resolutions by our people to keep hope alive, even in the mix of intimidation and unwarranted harrassment, we have kept the hope alive. As we approach election day, it is important that brethren are reminded to be vigilant and more importantly stay away from perceived trouble areas. I urge all faithful to reflect on the faith, especially the moments that threatened the foundation and existence of our nation and work towards inspiring a positive change in our world. The times calls for sacrifice of hope for a better future and these should be the preoccupation of all faithful during this period. Faithful should never spare a moment to reflect on these virtues even as they eat, drink and make sleep..

“Urge all faithful to use this auspicious times to re-establish their relationship with God and mend broken ties with their fellow human beings. Nigerians must realize the fact that the true essence of this election lies in the sacrifices that we make in the interest of a better and more prosperous Nigeria. This period is one that inspires sacrifice which gives hope to the nation.

Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor is the founding and a Senior Pastor of Word of Life Bible Church, located in Warri, southern Nigeria. He was elected as the President of the CAN in 2010.

(POLITICS) Ex-Gorvernor Timipre Silva In SSS Net For Talking Tough. @Richard

timi silva 2Former governor of Bayelsa State, Timipre Sylva has been arrested by the men of the State Security Service, SSS.

Though the details of the information is yet to be confirmed, but the motive for the arrest is unknown. However, it is common knowledge that Timipre Sylva has been standing against the incumbent President (who is also a Bayelsan)

It could be recalled that the former Governor of Bayelsa State ran into trouble with President Goodluck Jonathan shortly after the 2011 election and was subsequently denied the PDP second term ticket which eventually led to him and his loyalists join the New Peoples Democratic Party, a rebel group in the ruling party, PDP, and later defected from the party to the All Progressives Congress.

It should be noted that the former governor recently found his voice and have a torn in the flesh of the President and his loyalists

(Politics) Could This Be Possible About Obanikoro, Omisore Others About Election Rigging? @tj_shetade



According to Fujiipop sources, there could be similar rigging by Peoples’ Democratic Party during up coming election as it was witnessed in Ekiti State when election was held at the state last year.

ShaharaReporters has received unimpeachable documents and audio recordings providing substantial evidence that major Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) leaders planned and successfully rigged the gubernatorial elections in Ekiti State, and plotted a similar scenario in Osun in 2014.

The audio recordings and affidavit were provided by Sagir Koli, a Captain in the 32nd Artillery Brigade stationed in Ekiti State, who has since fled the country for fear of retaliation. Capt. Koli recorded the conversation on 20th June 2014 when he was asked to accompany his Commanding Officer, Brigadier General Aliyu Momoh, to the meeting.  The venue was held at Spotless Hotel in Ado-Ekiti.

The audio recordings depict the meeting as being attended by the eventual “winner” of the election, Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti; Senator Iyiola Omisore; a man identified as Honorable Abdulkareem; the Minister for Police Affairs Caleb Olubolade; and Senator Musiliu Obanikoro who was at the time the Minister of State for Defence. Mr. Chris Uba came to Ekiti with huge stash cash and soldiers from the East to carry out the assignment.

The 37-minute recording details the conversation between these men as they bribed Brigadier General Momoh with a promotion for his assistance in carrying out election fraud in Ekiti. In it, Obanikoro is clearly heard informing the group of men, “[I] am not here for a tea party, am on special assignment by the President.”

SaharaReporters further received credible intelligence that President Goodluck Jonathan had instructed the Chief of Defense Staff, Alex Badeh, to use the army in arresting and intimidating opposition politicians before and during the election. The audio recording provides exact details of the plot, with the collaborators almost degenerating into physical combat.

Authentication of Audio Recordings and Proof of Election Fraud 

The audio recordings were analyzed and authenticated by Guardian Consulting, an independent US-based security consulting company. According to a report authored by Guardian Consulting, also in the possession of SaharaReporters, the independent company used Forensic Voice Frequency Comparison technology to identify all voices on the recording with audio available in the public domain.

The then Deputy Defense Minister, Obanikoro clearly states to General Momoh that he was not only sent to the meeting by President Jonathan, but “you can’t get a promotion without me sitting on top of your military council.  If I am happy tomorrow night, the sky is your limit.”

Governor Fayose revealed that he had already bribed an official of the Independent National Election Commission (INEC), the non-political commission charged with organizing elections in Nigeria, to bring copies of voter ballots with the INEC logo to him that day. Fayose, upset that his INEC contact was caught in traffic, narrated his day’s frustrations: “Where are we supposed to be collating the thing INEC gave to us? Soft copies we now printed? Why is my [INEC] contact not with [the ballots]…my contact man [was] sitting in the check point…it took me more than two hours to get this man.”

As the plotters began to argue, Omisore, who was running for Governor of Osun State on the PDP ticket, tried to calm the room: “I would just say that we don’t have to argue so much, we have seen some lapses [today] yes. It’s just this evening, there is nothing happening now that we cannot contain before tomorrow morning.”

Plans to Rig Elections in Favor of PDP

The eyewitness testimony and sworn affidavit by Capt. Koli corroborates the audio recordings of the PDP officials’ plans to manipulate the Ekiti elections. The plotters devised several plans intended to bring about an unlawful victory for PDP candidates in Ekiti State races, including the forging of INEC ballots, the use of the military to facilitate access for PDP operatives and supporters, the creation of a list of APC members to be arrested, and the deployment of a Special Team of military personnel to prevent APC voters from reaching the polls.

The PDP officials told General Momoh that those soldiers on election duty “must work hand-in-hand with the PDP agents” and ordered the arrest of selected APC stalwarts as that could “greatly assist the party during the election including DG campaign organization for Dr. Fayemi, Mr. Bimbo Daramola,” Capt. Koli said in his affidavit.

General Momoh, confronted with criticism by the group, defended himself by saying that “we have done a lot of [APC] arrests.”  It would be recalled that there were arrests of APC members in Ekiti during the period.  It would also be recalled that many members of the security offices paraded around Ekiti in disguise.

The PDP collaborators also demanded that the military block APC members’ access to the electorate and that moles should “be careful because the consequence will be severe.”

Soldiers were instructed set up roadblocks leading to the polling stations and prevent APC supporters’ access.  Additionally, vehicles and individuals with a special sticker labeled “National Security Task” were allowed movement anywhere, and were only distributed to PDP agents.

General Momoh informed the group that there were “about 6 special teams. I have one strike force. I have almost forty soldiers after deployment,” evidently an organized system being used to manipulate voter turnout.

Capt. Koli’s statement explained that based on these strategies, “they succeeded in rigging the Ekiti State election with victory in all the 16 Local Governing Authorities (LGAs). These really inspired them and they were with the euphoria that same would happen in Osun State.”

Indeed, leading into the Osun State elections the Brigadier General posted there was told to take a three-week leave during the elections.  His position was temporarily filled by General Momoh, who then repeated the same fraudulent tactics in Osun.

Retaliation Against Captain Sagir Koli

SaharaReporters was provided with additional evidence that proves the military retaliated against Capt. Koli when he released this information. Capt. Koli fled before he was arrested, but the military arrested, secretly detained, and chained his brother Adamu to a bed for nearly five months at the Adekunle Fanjuyi’s Cantonment.

In an exclusive phone interview with from his hideout outside Nigeria, Capt. Koli told SaharaReporters that his brother was starved for periods of time and sometimes “fed worms.” Adamu was only released after a petition, which is also in possession of SaharaReporters, was submitted to the National Human Rights Commission by Barrister Chief K. Akinola Ajayi.

The treatment of Capt. Koli’s brother was so poor during his illegal confinement that he had to be hospitalized due to malnutrition.

SaharaReporters contacted Nigerian Defense spokesperson, General Chris Olukolade as well as Nigerian Army spokesperson, Col. SK Usman, for comment on this story.  Both officials promised to get back to us but never did.

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