Archive for June, 2016

Exclusive News:Police settle Oritsefemi,Ex-Manager Danku fight

(Oritsefemi and ex-manager, Danku. Photo: Filed)Police have settled the one year feud between Nigerian act, Oritsefemi and his former manager, Danku (Yusuf Adepitan).

Police officials who are at the top of affairs at Zone 2 , Lagos had arrested Danku at Muson Centre right on the red carpet of the comedy concert ‘Pencil Unbroken’ on Sunday.

Reports from both camp have it that there will be reunion media parley on Sunday at Troy Lounge besides Oriental Hotel, Lagos at 4pm where both will be presented to the press.

Meanwhile,  it was gathered that Police intervened finally that they must end the hilarious fight that started last year May 2015.

Photos: Oil expert  Akeeem Adelaja Opens multi-millionaira G & G Petrol Station


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Alhaji Akeeem Adelaja, the upwardly mobile oil player, on the 22nd of June 2016, added another feather to his almost full cap when he declared open for business, his newly built petro station G&G Petroleum which has its location on 70/72 Ishaga Road, Idi Araba, Mushin, Lagos.
The new petro station is not his first; the highly humble businessman opened his initial fuel station at Isolo Road, Mushin not too long ago before deciding to expand to the new place.
The dedication saw a lot of people in attendance that included Muslim clerics , top government functionaries, DIG of Police, friends, family and well-wishers.
As a fervent Muslim, Alhaji Adelaja took that opportunity to offer thanks to his creator for the expansion and he made sure a special prayer session was held for him. This was done by Sheikh Rasak Woleola (Aafakalau), Sheik Moskuru Ahmed and Sheik Tairu Ahmed.
The cutting of the tape was presided by the traditional ruler of Idi Araba and the leader of the Hausa community in the municipality.
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Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has written to the United Nations, EU, United States’ Congress, European Union (EU) Parliament, governments of United States, United Kingdom and other foreign missions, over what he described as an attempt to truncate Nigeria’s democracy and silence him as the leader and highest ranking member of the opposition in the country, all in the name of prosecuting an alleged forgery case.

In a two-page letter, titled: “Re: Trumped Up Charges Against the Presiding Officers of the 8th Senate: Nigerian Democracy is in Grave Danger,” a copy of which was sighted by this paper, Ekweremadu, who attached copies of the court summons, and other relevant documents, relating to the matter, to his letter, wants the international community, to after perusing the facts before them, decide whether or not the trial was justified, or one purely borne out of political vendetta.

While insisting that neither his name nor that of the President of the Senate, featured either in the petition by the aggrieved members of the Senate Unity Forum (SUF) or during the investigation of the petition by the police, the Deputy President of the Senate, further said: “You may further wish to judge for yourself whether this unfolding scenario, coupled with the clampdown on the opposition, such as targeted arrests and indefinite detention of opposition figures and dissenting voices in spite of court pronouncements and in clear violation of the Nigerian constitution, as well as the sustained marginalization of the South-East and South-South geopolitical zones of Nigeria, does not constitute a grave danger to the nation’s hard-won democracy.”

The letter reads in part: “I wish to forward to you the court summons containing the trumped up charges preferred against my person; the President of the Senate, His Excellency, Senator Bukola Saraki, CON; and two others.

“I also wish to appeal to you to kindly find time to read through the annexures- petition by members of the Senate Unity Forum, statements by persons interrogated, and the police report- to see if our appeared anywhere in these documents.

“You may, thereafter, judge for yourself whether the Federal Government, acting through the Attorney-General of the Federation, has any justification whatsoever to generate our names for trial. The list of the accused persons appear to have been politically generated because you cannot by the documents attached, relate any of our names to the offence for which we are now being charged.

“Moreover, the rules and principles of fair hearing have not been adhered to because the police have not interacted with me or the President of the Senate as at the time of writing this letter.

“You may also wish to judge for yourself whether this trial orchestrated against me is not a political trial, calculated witch-hunt, barefaced intimidation, and a clear attempt to emasculate the parliament and silence me as the leader and highest ranking member of the opposition in Nigeria.

“Meanwhile, it could also be recalled that an attempt was made on my life on November 17, 2015. The Nigerian security agencies did nothing, even though the incident was duly reported.

This is for your information and reflection”.

Eneh Victor Chigozie's photo.

Femi Fani Kayode Writes From Detention


“God willing am in custody of EFCC. But to me is a great time to commune with God just the way Paul and other brethren did in their days.

I am here not only because my party gave me money to campaign for them like every other politician even in APC. But if it might interest you to know,what is going on is the persecution of Christians. Before i forget,this message should be taken to apostle Johnson Suleman the founder of OMEGA fire ministry. I had a revelation that they are planing to attack him. Because he is one of the major voice crying out for justice in the body of Christ.
The Muslims are out to persecute the Christians.

I am here under custody because the likes of Kabiru are not comfortable with my position as a Christian.

God willing,the dark age will soon be over.

They refused taking me to court to defend my civic right.

They want to keep me for the next 4years. But they don’t know it is dangerous. I now have time to pray more,study more,and even meditate.

Before my arrest,Lai Mohammed offered me an amnesty if only i decamp to their anti-Christ party.
I refused because i know who i am.
No man can cover your sin for you. If am guilty,i will surly come out strong.

This is not just anti-corruption fight. Where are the PDP governors and leaders from the North? They are walking freely today.

This is a fight to pocket the voices of Christians.

A situation where an office picked offence on me for relating with my God through the name Jesus. He threw my bible to the floor today.
If it where to be the Quran,will he do that?

The head of who did that would’ve been at the gate of Aso rock by now.

So many secret plots to eliminate top politicians and pastors who are Christians is on going.

Tukur was right when he raised alarm that,a meeting was held in Dubai to overthrow Jonathan by all means. Part of what they discussed at the meeting,is what Aregbeshola and El-Rufai are displaying in their various states.
I am not an infidel and i will never be one. I am a man of dignity. I will not stop fighting even here in prison.

I am the John the Baptist of my generation.

I will not keep mute and watch anti-Christ imposing policies that are not religious friendly.

What has bible got to do with my case with the EFCC?

Why are they keeping me here when we have a competent court to prove if am guilty or not?
I am blowing the whistle now for Christians to go on their knees. This was how i warned my brothers against Sheriff whose mission is to destroy the PDP and give room for Buhari to install one party system.
We gave them opportunity to be opposition.

Why are they depriving us such right if they don’t have interior motive.

A democratic system without vibrant opposition is said to be dictatorship government.
God willing,i will be alive to witness Nigerians glamouring for referendum like what took place in great Britain.

And such referendum will tell if we truly saw the future under president Buhari’s government.
Arresting Kayode is the greatest achievement they’ve achieved. But for me,God used them to keep me here,in order to prepare for the challenges ahead.

Today is pregnant. Let’s see what tomorrow will deliver.

They were not elected to be permanent. They have maximum 8years to stay. And is already counting.

Thank you all for your prayers.

-Femi Fani-Kayode. (The Voice Crying From The Prison).

MC Galaxy signs 1st female singer Neza

Inline image 1Upcoming Rwandan singer Patricia Neza Masozera, known by the stage name Neza Africa has signed a recording deal with Nigerian International music label MCG Empire owned by Mc Galaxy.

Neza is a Rwandan singer based in Canada. She was spotted and signed by Nigerian Singer and Songwriter Innocent Udeme Udofot known as MC Galaxy under his International record label MCG Empire.

The label is described by Nigerian media as “a fast growing record label in the Nigeria music industry” and Neza is the first international act to be signed under it.

MC Galaxy rose to fame after winning a dance competition sponsored by singer Davido in 2012. He has since worked with prominent names such as Tspize, Swizz Beatz, Uhuru and Shizzi and lots more.

Since signing with MCG Empire, Neza released her first song My Baby accompanied with a video, featuring Mc Galaxy. It debuted on June 24.

The African Entertainment Award winner believes the new deal will see the release of several singles and albums hence assisting her to grow musically. Neza earned herself the 2012 award for Best Female Artist.

The Song My Baby featuring MC Galaxy is a melodious danceable love jam which was shot in Canada by Shakes and was produced by Wole Ogundare.

MC Galaxy describes Neza as a talented singer who is hard working, adding that he will do his best to promote her music on different TV and radio stations at the international level.

“Neza is a young talented female singer that I’ve ever seen. Her voice is unique and when you’re listening to her music you can’t easily get over it. This is why the partnership will help us explore her potential and help take her music to another level,” he said.

He also noted that their song has been picked up by Trace Urban and MTV Base, some of the internationally recognized televisions.

Patricia Neza Masozera, 23, was born and raised in Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, to Rwandan parents.

As a child she was exposed to local music, storytelling and to artistes including Koffi Olomide, Mbilia Bel, Wenge Music and Madilu System, who all had an influence on her music.

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We Are Been Treated Like A Conquered People Because Of Oil- Tompolo

FORMER militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, complained to President Muhammadu Buhari, Tuesday, that the military had not returned his symbol of authority as the chief priest of Egbesu Shrine, Oporoza, Gbaramatu Kingdom, removed from the traditional temple about a month ago. Tompolo in an open letter to the President said that the incident occurred about 31 days ago when soldiers invaded Oporoza in his absence in search of him on allegation that he was behind the bombing of oil facilities in the region. Besides the abomination, he said they also placed the traditional ruler of Gbaramatu kingdom under house arrest for one week. Tompolo He asserted: “As I said in my previous publications, the military made away with the symbol of authority of the Gbaramatu people from the Egbesu Shrine, which I am the Chief Priest. They also made away with other valuables worth several millions of naira from the community.” “The most annoying one is the purported arrest of 10 young promising men, most of whom are orphans, who are secondary school students sitting for the West African Senior Secondary School Examinations (WASSCE) and other palace staff, and labeled them as members of the Niger Delta Avengers. “As I write you now, these innocent young promising men are still with your military for no reason. This is truly man’s inhumanity to man in our own country. We are presently being treated like conquered people because of crude oil,” he said He appealed to the President “to please kindly direct your army to return the looted items, including the symbol of authority, and also release those innocent young men to continue their academic programme, even though they have missed the WASSCE for this year.” “Mr President, remember, there is no condition that is permanent. I have kept faith in this country. I have contributed in no small measure to the development of this country. It is my prayer that God Almighty should preserve me and meet you again to tell you my side of the numerous stories you have been inundated about me,” Tompolo said. He added: “This was how they arrested Chevron Nigeria Limited Staff on routine duty in Kokodiagbene community of Gbaramatu kingdom, and labeled them members of Niger Delta Avengers. It took spirited effort by leaders of the kingdom and other well -meaning Nigerians to convince the military, that the arrested men were not involved in pipeline destruction.” His words: “Mr President Sir, please permit me to quickly recall a similar incident that occurred in May, 2009, when this same military invaded several communities in Gbaramatu kingdom, under the command of late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua. Traditional worship centres were desecrated, properties were looted and above all, the multi-billion naira ultra-modern magnificent palace of the Pere of Gbaramatu kingdom was burned down, and his golden crown was stolen by the military. “ Tompolo went on: “As peace loving people, the kingdom approached the courts and demanded compensation for the unlawful invasion and destruction of property, in which the court awarded 99 billion naira in favour of Gbaramatu kingdom. After seven years of that sad incident, the Federal Government is yet to pay the compensation.” He added: “This incident also led to the declaration of the Presidential Amnesty programme for peace to reign, as the government found out that military action is not the best way to address the Niger Delta question and the rest become a history in the life of those who led that invasion. I believe Mr President should learn a lesson from the 2009 military invasion and do the needful.” “Your Excellency Sir, as they say, wonders shall never end, I am still in a great shock as the only developmental project, Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko, established by the previous administration in 2014 in the coastal area of the Niger Delta region to meet the yearnings and the aspiration of the people, is yet to commence academic session. Even though all is set for University’s take off,” he said.

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