Monthly Archives: November 2013

Jude Okoye Finally Dumps His Brothers, P’Square?

It appears that the purported rift between Peter Okoye, one-half of P-Square and his elder brother, Jude Okoye is deeper than we had thought. Up till today, Jude has not congratulate his brother for his wedding.

A week after Peter’s wedding to Lola Omotayo, the P-Square pop singer, in company of his twin brother Paul, travelled to Tanzania for a concert with no signs of a honeymoon trip in sight. The twins arrived Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, last Friday, to entertain fans at the Leaders Club, Kinondoni.

Surprisingly, Jude, who was their manager before Peter married Lola, shunned the trip.

“It is unusual for Jude to be absent in any of his brothers’ engagement”, a source close to the family said.But what is really the matter that Jude is so angry with his brother, Peter getting married to Lola?

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Dbanj’s New Girlfriend Goes Complete Nudé: Photo Leaks Online

The Kokomaster Dbanj has parted ways with Jennifer Obayuwana, a source told OluFamous.Com that it seems he also dropped the idea of taking Genevieve Nnaji back, despite her efforts. But the crux is that this lady that is linked to Dbanj is a very wild babe. Hope he calls her to order. Below is her leaked uncensored photo…

She was exchanging some private photos with a friend on twitter when it leaked! Is she really dating Dbanj?
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Tiwa Savage Got unravising kiss From Her heartrob

Tiwa is so happy that she wish she could replay the events of her special day. See their cake below…

Top Naija celebrities like Funke Akindele, Dayo D1, Agbani Darego, Iyanya, Eniola Badmos, Omawumi, Seyi Law and others were present to celebrate with Tiwa and Tee Billz. See all the photos below…

May God bless their home!
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I Need The Right Man To Come and Marry Me ––Funke Akindele

Weeks have turned to months since actress Funke Akindele called it a quit with Mr. Kehinde Oloyede as their marriage crumbled. Reality has finally set in and the actress is already missing a companion around her, she would want to get settled down fast and begin the business of bringing up the little ones, her own kids, if only the right man comes along.

Funke has urged any man who is interested in her not to be afraid to come for her. She said:
“To all the guys scared of approaching me for marriage, I say, you don’t have to let inferiority complex to sort of overwhelm you. If God says you are the right person for me, then nothing will stop it.”

She also bares her mind on her present fate: “Man proposes and God disposes. So people should keep their fingers crossed and pray for me to meet the bone of my bone and the flesh of my flesh and not somebody else. It is one of my dreams to bear children soon and I believe it will come to pass soon. Once I start my home, I hope to cut down on acting so that I can give my family more attention.”

She told Entertainment Express that her mates are already mothers and she want to join the train. “Perhaps, this is how God wants me to be for now. When the time comes, and that time could be anytime, I hope to put acting on hold for a family,” she added.

Guys, please stop slacking, if you want this babe just go for her…lolz!

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The Mess Going On In Night Clubs In Lagos

Activities at night clubs and bars in some parts of Lagos State have positive and negative influences. Lagos does not lag behind when it comes to grandiose shows. Some people would even prefer to drum home this fact by using the slogan, ‘Eko for show’, a catchphrase for Lagos’ high-flying status.

“At night clubs, one can socialise and get useful business connections. On the negative, they can promote extreme indulgence in alcoholism and sexual escapades. There is a tendency for one to consume more alcoholic drinks than required. Commercial sex workers also loiter around such places. Someone who lacks self control may be tempted to want to have a feel of anyone of them.”

Punch’s GBENGA ADENIJI reports that this love for spectacle is noticeable in the merriment which club houses in the state dish out from time to time. The state government once said residents of the state spend over N1bn on parties and entertainment every month.

Every week, there is usually a place for fun seekers to hang out in various parts of the metropolis. In fact, there are now night clubs in some residential areas. It is not unusual these days to see fun spots springing up where residential buildings were once erected. From Ikeja, Surulere, Oshodi, Akowonjo, Iyana Ipaja, Abule Egba, Ogba to Ikorodu and other areas in the state, Friday is usually a special day.

On this day, music blares from every nook and cranny till dawn. The fun, which starts midweek in some parts, reaches a crescendo on Friday. Some singers, especially those in the hip hop and juju genres, have even made special releases on the importance of Friday in the start of a weekend of merry-making.

As it rocks in Lagos, the same happens in Port Harcourt, Abuja and other notable cities in the country. Drinks of all types usually accompany the entertainment. A recent data has shown Nigeria as one of the leading countries with high champagne consumption.

A dispatch rider, Henry Smith, who was sighted at a night club in Iyana Ipaja area of Lagos State, said siting relaxation centres within residential areas have some merits and demerits.

He said apart from noise pollution and security threat which they could pose to such areas, they provide on-the-move relaxation to residents. Smith further said the level of noise from worship centres could sometimes be more than what emanates from night clubs.

He said, “These club houses pay all manner of taxes to local governments in their domains. They employ security men to ensure orderliness. Some people even feel safe when they get to a place and see a night club there. The people trooping into the club and the noise coming out from there often light up the environment. Nigeria is a place where people work hard to survive. You can imagine what the situation will be if there are no places to unwind.”

He added that fun spots could attract people of questionable characters into a neighbourhood thereby endangering the safety of occupants.

A worker with an international courier company, Rotimi Oyeneyin, described night clubs as venues for extreme fun seekers to unwind.

He said even though there was nothing bad in hanging out in a club after a hard day’s job, it could be extreme when one stayed throughout the night. Oyeneyin added that night clubs could encourage alcoholism and sexual recklessness.

He also said besides the huge noise pollution from night clubs, there had been cases of auto crashes arising from drunkenness of people coming from such places.

Oyeneyin said, “But one cannot rule out the fact that night clubs are best places to relax after working so hard. Apart from relaxing, one can meet individuals who can lead one to meaningful business deals.”

A banker, who lives on Jonathan Coker in New Oko-Oba, Lagos, Princewill George, expressed displeasure over the building of night clubs within residential areas. According to him, such club houses only harbour criminals whose activities make residents uncomfortable.

George said, “I know what I experience every night with the noise pollution from night clubs in my area. On weekends, males and females besiege the clubs to enjoy. Cars are often parked haphazardly on the road, with music playing at a deafening level.”

Also, a resident in Oke-Ira, Ogba, whose house is near a night club, Mr. Alphonsus Edward, said he hardly sleeps every Friday. He stated that he struggles to cope with a noise from the speakers of the club and that of a record seller few metres away from his house.

Edward said, “I know that listening to music is one of the ways customers in the club enjoy themselves. But I do not think it is necessary for the music to filter to those who are outside the club. I wonder how those inside the club enjoy the noise because it even disturbs those outside.”

If you frequent night clubs, make sure you watch you back, as there are some guys who are out to “loot”?

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Lovely Photos from Peter Okoye and Lola Omotayo’s Marriage

Peter Okoye of P’Square group is now a married man as he had his traditional marriage with the mother of his two kids, Lola Omotayo, in Lagos on Sunday. Congrats to the couple! More lovely photos below…

It would be recalled that Peter Okoye proposed to Lola with this beautiful Range Rover…;-)
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Wizkid Breaks Up With His Beautiful Girlfriend, Tania?

A sad story appeared on social media on Sunday morning with regards that Wizkid and Tania’s relationship is in some trouble. Wizkid then tweeted something that has increased the “trouble”. What he said below…

Wizkid’s girlfriend, Tania was staying with him as at last week. So, what could have gone wrong:
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Actress Dakore Pregnant With 2nd Child For Olumide Akande

If you’ve been wondering why Dakore has not been appearing in Nollywood movies in recent times then here is it; she’s busy with her man, Olumide Akande, trying to drop another baby. Lol! Congrats to them!just a gist

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This Lady Got Pregnant at 18; Today at 25 She Is Overall Best Graduating Student

Aishat and her 7yrs old son; the product of her “unwanted” pregnancy.

Seven years after an unwanted pregnancy forced her to drop out of the University of Ilorin, Aishat Farooq has emerged the best graduating student of the Bells University of Technology in Ota, Ogun State.

When Aishat Farooq gained admission into the University of Ilorin at 15, to study Zoology, little did she know that her secret romance with a boy will abort her lofty dreams through pregnancy…

Despite the fact that she was a high flyer in her first two years in UNILORIN, the now 25-year-old indigene of Ilorin, Kwara State, got distracted along the line. She played the campus love game and got a shocking result: she got pregnant.
It was in 2006 and in her third year. She was pregnant for a fellow student whom she had been dating. She was disappointed in herself and thought the whole world was crashing on her. Yet, she vowed not to terminate the pregnancy.Although she wanted to continue her studies in the university, she became disillusioned and dropped out at 18. She sought consolation in trading. But her father, Shehu Farooq, who believed that his daughter’s academic prowess should not be wasted, was determined to get her back on the academic track.Today, Aishat has a different story. On Saturday, she stood tall among her peers at the 5th convocation ceremony of Bells University, Ota, Ogun State, where she emerged the overall best graduating student with a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 4.93.

The rebel in me won,” Aishat declared while giving the valedictory address on behalf of the 208 graduating students of the university.

“I hope my story will inspire at least one person to change his or her circumstance. I was pregnant at 18 and by 19 I was already a mother. I had disappointed my father who believed so much in me. He had such big dreams for me and feared the dreams would become unfulfilled,” she added.

Breaking the news of the pregnancy to her father, who was at the time based in the northern part of the country, was not easy. Aishat’s mother, Fatima, who stayed in Lagos with the family, did not break the “sad news” to the man until the lady was almost due. The mum then feared her husband would be too angry.

Aishat studied Business Administration with specialisation in Human Resources Management, and received the Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for the Overall Best Graduating Student with a cash reward of N50,000 and a plaque. She also won the College of Management Sciences Prize and Department of Business Administration Prize for the Best Graduating Student.

Speaking with Punch’s Temitayo Famutimi after she received the awards, Aishat, whose face beamed with smiles, expressed gratitude to her dad for not losing hope in her during her trying time.

She noted, “I did exceptionally well and bagged awards in the schools I attended. I had the overall best result at the Senior Secondary School Certificate level at Model Secondary School, Maitama, Abuja. In fact in UNILORIN, I was on the first class grade in my first year but in 200 Level, I dropped to second class upper division because I had already started getting distracted by the boys.“It just happened that things turned out the way it did. But here I am, a product of God’s unending mercies, unconditional love and grace – all coupled with the faith my dad had in me and my fierce determination.“I’m a goalgetter. I push myself hard. Even here in spite of being a mother, I was pushing for the best despite the challenges. I wanted to make my dad proud again. Once you are determined, nothing is impossible. Nothing can stop you.”

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PHOTOS: Actress Halima Abubakar Shows Her “Killer” Assets

Since spending millions of Naira on a cute convertible ride, actress Halima Abubakar has left the league of the struggling actresses in Nollywood. She has some back and front hot pix. Check her out below…

She’s got the killer curves and she knows it. *cute!*
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