Saturday, 18 March 2017
Popular Nigeria artiste, Wizkid has joined the team of blondes as he stuns in a new hairdo.
The “Daddy Yo” crooner however has joined the likes of Olamide, Lil Kesh, Kanye West and co, who had tinted their hair for this while or so.
He took to Instagram to share his new blonde looks as he posed in camouflage shorts. The look is also making his fans wonder what inspired his new hairstyle.
Another Nigerian lady, Steph has opened up that she indeed had a threesome s*x with the man of the moment, Apostle Johnson Suleman and Yoruba actress Iyabo Ojo, and that the actress mother is even aware of the dirty runs happening, that he pays her bills and they can't deny it.
This is getting very worrisome. The revelations...
You know why our fathers of those days marry many wives? Because they know that it's not easy for a man to be with just one woman for the rest of his life and they don't want scandal, so they marry legitimately to two or three wives, as they desire.
But today some Pastors are making it look like a man who has more than one wife is in trouble, hence forcing people and themselves to live a dirty secret lifestyles. It is well o!
The decomposed body of a kidnapped Divisional Police Officer (DPO) in Delta State, Valentine Mbalu, has been found in a bush in Umunede, a town near Agbor.
Mbalu, who was in charge of the C Division of the Nigeria Police in Asaba, the capital of Delta State, was last week kidnapped by gunmen. He was traveling from Agbor to his station in Asaba when armed kidnappers blocked his vehicle, disarmed him and whisked him away.
A police source told SR that the kidnappers, who were suspected to be Fulani herdsmen, had contacted some members of the abducted officer’s family to demand a ransom of N50 million in exchange for his freedom. The source added that the kidnappers later reduced their demand twice to N20 million and N5 million respectively.
Several police officers and a relative said that they were shocked and grief-stricken to learn of the discovery of the DPO’s decomposed body in the bush.
The Delta State police spokesman, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Andrew Aniamaka, said he was not aware of the latest development. Aniamaka had earlier told reporters that the police were confident of rescuing Mbalu from the grip of his kidnappers.
Speaking in a subdued tone, he stated that some members of a five-man gang that abducted the DPO had been arrested. He declined to provide the exact number of persons arrested so far.
Another police source, who demanded anonymity, disclosed that the decomposing body of the DPO was found on Friday in a forest.
The source added that Aman of Hausa Fulani heritage had been arrested as a person of interest in connection to the DPO’s kidnap.
I was very busy yesterday, but a report surfaced that Davido allegedly has another baby with an Ibadan-based lady, apart from Imade. It was said that Davido got the lady pregnant in 2013, blocked her on social media and later told her to keep it.
Davido has reacted to the saga of another baby and babymama. The details...
And according to the source, here's how it all started...
Interior Minister retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau has disclosed that about 400 Nigerians were saving jail terms for various offences in South Africa.
Dambazau made the disclosure at a joint news conference in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the visit of Nigerian delegation to South Africa.
Dambazau and his Foreign Affairs counterpart, Geoffrey Onyeama had on Monday led a delegation to South Africa over the incessant xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in that country.
He said he had a meeting with his counterpart, the Home Affairs Minister in South Africa and discussed general issues particularly on migration.
The minister said they also discussed Nigerians involved in some criminal activities.
“These are in the minority because equally we have Nigerian professionals who are contributing positively to development of the economy of South Africa.
“However, that is not to say that they should fold their arms and not to do something about somebody involved in criminality.
“But in doing that, we emphasised that due processe of the law should be taken in terms of the assumption of innocence, being proven guilty and in terms of fair hearing.
“I understand that there are about 400 Nigerians who are in their prison for various offences”, he said.
The minister said their offences included prostitution and drug, among others.
He said the offenders would finish their jail terms in South Africa because there was no prisoner exchange arrangement between Nigeria and South Africa as it were with some other countries.
He, however, said that efforts would be made to ensure that such arrangement was put in place in due course.
Dambazau said he also emphasised that due process of the law should be taken in dealing with suspected criminals.
“When we met with the Nigerian community, we also emphasised that those who are involved in criminal behaviour should not be allowed to spoil the good names of themselves and Nigeria.
“So they have that moral responsibility to report where necessary”, he said.
The minister said that the issue of passport challenge was also tabled at the meeting with the Nigerian community with a promise that it would be resolved.
“There were complaints that the passport machines were old and from our record we understand that they were supplied in 2007. I then promised them that arrangement must be made to ensure that all passport machines are changed to modern ones.
“We are going to streamline the issuance of passport”, he added.
What is it with young couples and s*xual styles pre-wedding photos these days? Smh!
A kidnap kingpin popularly called King Solomon, alleged to have been responsible for the abduction of several residents of Festac Town in Amuwo Odofin area of Lagos and environs, has been arrested by police in Lagos.
One of his victims, as gathered, included the female Customs Officer attached to Tin Can Command SDV, a bonded terminal of the Nigeria Customs Service, who was abducted in the presence of her two daughters at an eatery on 22 Road, Festac Town, last December.
Other victims include a pastor of a Pentecostal Church in Festac, identified simply as Pastor Nwachukwu, and two traders at Trade Fair.
The suspect, whose real name is Chukwudi Solomon, used his apartment on 46 Canal View Road as a den, where abducted victims were kept.
Vanguard gathered that he was traced by undercover policemen from Festac Division, led by the Divisional Police Officer, Chief Superintendent Olukole Oladeinde, Tuesday night.
On noticing police presence, Solomon, as gathered, attempted to stab the DPO, but was overpowered.
Three suspected members of his gang, who also attempted to prevent his arrest, were apprehended by policemen, who had cordoned off the building, while two abducted victims were rescued.
During interrogation, the suspect revealed that some of his members, who had gone on a kidnap operation, were coming with a victim yesterday morning.
Police sources further hinted that the suspect had several boys under his control, with members of other kidnap gangs bringing abducted persons to his apartment.
Confirming the incident, the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Police Command, Fatai Owoseni, said: “Police undercover agents have been working on information about this suspect.
“One of the victims rescued was traced to his house, which served as haven for criminal activities and den where kidnapped victims around Festac Town are kept.”