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Sunday, October 1, 2017

“Nnamdi Kanu Is In London; He Fled Through Malaysia” – Ex Abia State Governor Orji Uzor Kalu

Former governor of Abia State, Orji Uzor Kalu has said leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu is currently in London.

Kalu revealed this in an interview he granted Sunday Punch, adding that he does not know about the whereabouts of Nnamdi Kanu’s parents.

He said contrary to what has been fed to the public so far, the military did not take Kanu and his parents away.

Orji Uzor Kalu told Sunday Punch:

“Kanu was not taken away by the military. Kanu went to Malaysia from where he travelled to the United Kingdom. Nnamdi Kanu is in London right now as we speak.
“He was not arrested by anybody. He left the country on his own.

One of his relations has spoken to me and explained everything because I wanted to see him and talk to him wherever he was and see how I could meet some Federal Government officials on his issue.

“I also wanted to see ways of talking to the President about him, and find common ground but his family told me that he has left the country, unless they are lying to me.

“I believe, whether he had left the country or not, he is not with the military because I asked the Commander of the 14 Brigade, Brigadier General A.K Ibrahim, who is a very fine and good soldier, well educated and dedicated, and he told me that they don’t know his whereabouts and I am sure, the Department of State Services have the same information.

I also visited the Commissioner of Police and he said he didn’t know his whereabouts and that they are also looking for him.”

On the whereabouts of Kanu’s parents, Kalu told Sunday Punch:

“I don’t know.
“I visited them in December last year and I was not impressed with the discussion I had with the father and the mother because I expected them to have acted better.
“Since then, I have not visited them.

“I feel that they have not impressed me because they ignored my advice to them to talk to their son on the need to stay at home and avoid public outings. I said his people can continue to carry their flags around but that they should not disturb anybody again.

“They have a right to express themselves but that such rights should be within the limits of our constitution.

They have the right to carry Biafran flags but they should do so within the limits of the constitution. Once your activities are within the limits of the law, you are in order.

“You cannot carry Biafra flags and be stopping vehicles and smashing their windscreens.
“You cannot carry Biafra (flags) and be raping young girls, you also cannot carry Biafra (flags) and be assembling young men every day.
“These are people who have no job and after doing that, they will go and engage in kidnapping or they will go and do armed robbery while some will go and do other things to make money.

“Hunger is a very terrible thing.

“The traders in the market have warned them to stop the nonsense they are doing. Why should you be extorting money from people in the name of Biafra agitation?
“They are extorting money from people in the market against their will.

“If the federal and state governments continue to watch and allow all these things to continue, there will be chaos in the state.

If Kanu had not proved stubborn but listened to advice and kept to the rules of the court, we won’t be where we are now.

F*ck You Yemi Alade! I Don’t Have To F*ck Managers To Get To The Top” – Dencia Blasts Yemi Alade

US-based Cameroonian singer, Dencia has blasted Yemi Alade in a long rant on Instagram for ever saying Dencia was one artiste she believes should quit singing.

During an interview in 2016, Yemi Alade said Dencia keeps everyone entertained on red carpets but should find another job aside singing. Dencia patiently waited a whole year before lashing out against Yemi Alade in strong words after her new album debuted at #3.

Press play to watch Yemi Alade’s 2016 interview then Dencia’s rant below:

Dencia’s rant:

Yop @yemialade Fuck u. My Album debuted on #3 I don’t have to fuck managers & whatever 2 get 2 the Top.

No I won’t stop music,my Debut album killed all of u & yes I’m bragging.Same way u called my name I’m calling urs & I did this after my album Went #3 within 12hrs not cuz I need the promo. All love,no hard feelings just letting uno but if we ever cross paths it’ll be nothing but love from me but I couldn’t let it go (Elsa voice) had to Rub it in yo face.

I don’t brag abt my achievements but I had 2 do this for the #Culture. It’s 1-1 let’s keep it cute moving forward so please don’t respond cuz we all know how reckless I can be with my mouth.

Next time all of u talking shit should go buy ur faves album so I won’t have shit 2 say until then y’all missing like her edges when it’s time to support her,y’all weren’t even thinking about her until I spoke about her so free press for her.

Even of my album or songs never make it on the radio or ur miserable phones,u can’t take my #3 from me. Turned off comments because I don’t want anyone who supports me 2 disrespect or insult her,she talked shit about me I’m the only 1 allowed to defend me.

As an artist,I’m proud 2 have another job and that’s being an entrepreneur,I build my multi million $ company with 2 songs,why I’m I responding now a year later? Well u have to beat people at their own game,she’a been in this industry working day and night right? Thinks she’s a better singer right?

But now my album debuts #3 perfect time for me 2 talk shit cuz now we are talking music.I might entertain u on the red carpet & make u laugh but I’ll entertain u in a board room full of CEO’s (something u aren’t) and I’ll entertain u on the US charts at #3 something u didn’t do.

As an artist u stick 2 promoting urself and ur music and keep people’s names out ur mouth.Katy perry was counted out but where is she now ? I can go on and on.Our blessings and style = different and same way I can say ur edges need 2 find s new job right.Now all u talking shit get ur edges and lives together.

This is an interview from 2016 while she was promoting an album,I found out abt it cuz the interviewers DM’d it 2 me last year,tweeted & @ me like 100 times but I couldn’t talk shit when musically I wasn’t doing well.Don’t expect the blogs 2 post this part cuz they want Dencia 2 look bad,I never look for trouble but I always end it.

Nigerian Doctor Bags Highest Medical Award In The US

Delta State-born, U.S-based renowned physician, Dr. Mrs. Isioma Okobah, has bagged the 2017 prestigious fellow of the American Academy of Family Physician award.

The award is the highest honour ever bestowed on a practicing physician in the U.S who have distinguished themselves among colleagues and in their community by their contribution towards the development of family medicine. .

The degree is also conferred on physicians who excel in the advancement of health care to the American people and by their professional development through medical education and research.

The award was conferred on the recipient penultimate Saturday at the 2017 convocation of the Academy which held at Grand Hyatt, River Walk, San Antonio Texas, USA.

Dr. Mrs. Isioma Okobah is an Associate Professor of the school of medicine, Emory University School of Medicine and Moore House School of medicine, Atlanta Georgia in the USA.

Photos From The Wedding Of The Nigerian Man Mr Etoroma Who Married Two Wives On The Same Day In Orie-irri, Delta State

1week ago we shared a story about a man “Mr Etoroma” who was set to marry is two beautiful fiancees at the same time and make them his wives on the same day in Orie-Irri, a clan in Isoko South of Delta State.

Well yesterday the Record breaking wedding ceremony took place.

And View Nigeria’s correspondent who attended the wedding ceremony, took some photos and according to him it was an event full of grace, I must say Mr Etoroma aka Akalaka is a popular household name in orie-irri. Below are photos from the event.

You will recall that few weeks back

MC Udeke took to his facebook page to announce that Mr Etoroma was getting married to 2 women, inviting his friends and the world at large to his brother Mr Daniel Etoroma excursion ceremony on Saturday. Read below

Mr Daniel Etoroma from Orie-Irri, Isoko South area of Delta State on Sunday performed an uncommon feat in the annals of marriage in Nigeria.

MC Udeke as the facebook handle says, posted inviting his friends and the world at large to his brother Mr Daniel Etoroma excursion ceremony on Saturday. Read below

“Join my brother Mr. Daniel Etoroma aka AKALAKA on Saturday 30th September, 2017 as he humbly celebrate his wives excursion ceremony.”

Recall a similar event took place sometime march 2017, uhmm i wish him/them well.. Congrats in advance.

Adorable Photos: “Kiss Your Mother Today” – Charlyboy Says, As He Feeds And Kisses His 98-yr-old Mom

The Nigerian area father himself has just taken to his instagram account to advise everyone to love cherish and kiss & feed their mother more;

areafada1: Me and my 98yrs young funky mum. Doing mummy time. As we grow up we become our own people and may come to forget that woman who nurtured and loved us. But remember this, she will never forget you and never stop loving you. Kiss your mother today.

Lady Who Just Graduated From Redeemers University Gives Testimony On How A Man She Has Never Met Till Today Paid Her School Fees From 100Level

This lady named loisy @_loisy_ on instagram has just shared a very unbelievable and miraculous story on how a man she had never met paid her school fees all through out university, read below ;

Let me tell you a short story…
You see when I got admission to study in Redeemer’s university, I was so indifferent; happy & sad.. Happy because I finally got admission, sad because we couldn’t afford a school that expensive..
Well, Ayo Olubiyo said hopefully he’d pay, so 100level first semester he paid… Then second semester came, that was when it dawned on me that man can only propose but God will surely be the one to do it, somehow my uncle could not pay so my friends had to start calling their parents and Boom I paid for my second semester 100level.. “How do I continue lord?? I can’t drop out!! This would be a shame for me lord” these and many other thought were running through my head because it was so obvious that I could not further after my year one.. After last paper for 100l second semester, I decided to stay four days extra and do something.. I went to the auditorium on Redemption camp and did something that I never thought I had the strength to do.. I walked round that large auditorium SEVEN good times without stopping for once and I prayed my eyes out, at some points I could not even walk again so I started crawling, yes I crawled, Lol.. While doing this I had just one prayer in my mouth, “Lord, I DON’T want to drop out of school”

That’s the one day I would never forget. I cried, prayed, cried, prayed… Well, the last walk to the auditorium, I fell asleep.. Woke up and went to my hostel, then came back the next day and the third day.. So I told myself “it haff do” Lol.. Then went home..
It was time to resume for 200level and I could not resume with my friends by this time Festus Ayo Olubiyo had already put his car up for sale to pay for my tuition. (My Gee) 8 weeks after my mates were in school receiving lectures, I was home (Lol) my friends had to go beg the porters to let me stay in the hostel because exams were fast approaching.
I was allowed to enter the hostel and go for classes with the hope that before exams festus would get someone to buy the car and I’d pay before exams.. But God who works in a mysterious way did something..
One week after I resumed without paying (making the 9th week) I was in my room when my Friend’s mom; M

_loisy_: One week after I resumed without paying (making the 9th week) I was in my room when my Friend’s mom; Mrs Adelaja, called me and said I should send some documents to one particular email address.. So I did. (This is the best part of my story)

So two days later, I got a call that changed my story.. The one phone call that paid my school fees from my second year to my final year, the one phone call that made me not to drop out of school, the phone call that sounded so gentle but had so much impact in my life, The phone call that I’m yet to meet the person behind those calls.. Yes…. Someone called me and said “is this Lois? I got the document you sent two days ago” that was it.. And this voice started paying my school fees from that day till my last semester.. MRS DARE AJENI who I’m yet to meet paid my school fees.. Hehe

I’m sure you would think I’m lying but the truth is when God decides to favour you, it would seem like a lie. Well, I DON’T KNOW MY SPONSOR and she doesn’t know me as well.. All she knows is my name and school. Yes that is favour. It could have only been God… Thank you so much Mrs Adelaja, Mrs Dare, Festus Ayodeji and to all my friends who stood by me when it was so demn tough.. Note: I need to save up a lot and go look for my sponsor in Canada… But if you have her picture biko send it to me oh. Lol.. Every other person who contributed Earnestly to my success today.. I’m deeply grateful to you all.. Same to my other uncles.. God bless them. I love you mom.

Independence day: Presidency List 57 Achievements Of The Buhari-led Administration

Personal Assistant to President Buhari on New Media, Bashir Ahmad, listed 57 achievements of the Buhari-led administration to commemorate the 57th independence day celebration. Read the list below…

1. Release of 106 Chibok girls, as well as over 16,000 persons in Boko Haram captivity.

2. Tackling insurgency, decimation of Boko Haram in the North East.

3. Recovering 14 local governments and territories previously under Boko Haram control in the North East, rebuilding lives of citizens there; about one million displaced persons in the NE have returned to their communities in two years of this administration.

4. Curbing the incidence of kidnap across the country. (Arrest of kidnap kingpins and dismantling of kidnap cells across the country)

5. Restoring morale of the Nigerian military; re-organizing and better equipping the Nigerian Armed Forces.

6. Purchase of 12 Super-Tucano aircrafts worth $600 million to aid the Nigerian military’s current operations in the North East.

7. Ensuring continued peace in the Niger Delta through consistent funding of the FG amnesty programme for ex-militants.

8. Introduction of an improved mechanism for distribution of aid to IDPs in the North East through the establishment of the Special Intervention Programme of the Federal Government. (Door-to-door strategy)


9. Implementing the National Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) to aid economic recovery, taking the country out of her worst recession in 29 years, despite fall in oil prices.

10. N1.2 trillion expended on capital/infrastructure projects nationwide, a milestone in the nation’s history.

11. Effective implementation of the Treasury Single Account, and increasing government revenue by over N3 trillion as well as entrenching transparency and accountability.

12. Implementation of the Bank Verification Number (BVN), thus tackling corruption by plugging loopholes for siphoning of public fund and tracking of illicit funds through multiple accounts

13. Ease of doing business: the Federal Government signed into law two bills from the National Assembly (Acts are the Secured Transactions in Movable Assets Act, 2017 (otherwise known as Collateral Registry Act) and the Credit Reporting Act, 2017) which has facilitated access to more affordable credit for Nigerians, fast tracked budget submissions and promotes Made-in-Nigeriaproducts.

14. Establishment of the Presidential Quarterly Business Forum to enhance interaction and private sector participation in the development of the economy.

15. Institutionalizing E-governance setting the foundation for the creation of a truly digital economy.

16. Creation of opportunities for youths to leverage innovation in technology through the introduction of the Aso Villa Demo Day (AVDD) through which over N700 million has been disbursed to young entrepreneurs.

17. The revitalization of the Made-in-Nigeria campaign. (Emphasis on consumption of local products gain grounds)

18. Implementing reforms in the civil service which has led to the elimination of over 30,000 ghost workers, thereby saving the country billions of naira monthly.

19. Massive investments in agriculture, e.g, Anchors Borrowers Programme to improve local produce, improving fertiliser distribution and access across states through the Presidential Fertilizer Initiative.

20. Reduction in rice imports as a result of government’s policies that has encouraged massive rice production across Nigeria.

21. Improving transport infrastructure (rail and road); construction work ongoing on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, renovation of Abuja International Airport runway, completion of Abuja – Kaduna Railway among others.

22. Social Investment Programmes (SIP): N-Power Volunteer Scheme creating jobs for over 200,000 (and still counting) unemployed graduates in all the 36 states and the FCT.

23. SIP: Ongoing Government Enterprise and Empowerment (GEEP) Scheme; commenced in November 2016 in collaboration with the Bank of Industry, where soft loans ranging from N10, 000 to N100, 000 have been given to over 189,000 market women and traders across different states.

24. SIP: Home Grown School Feeding Programme, where almost three million schoolchildren have been fed, while tens of thousands of cooks have been engaged in their respective states.

25. SIP: Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) scheme, under which about 25,000 less privileged Nigerians so far are now being funded with the monthly N5,000 stipend in 9 pilot States (Bauchi, Borno, Cross Rivers, Ekiti, Kwara, Kogi, Niger, Osun and Oyo). More beneficiaries are expected to be added in more states.

26. The establishment of MSMEs Clinics, a small Business support programme to support entrepreneurs and small businesses in different states.

27. Establishment of One-Stop-Shops to support policies on Ease of Doing Business.

28. The take-off of the 2nd Niger Bridge.

29. Phasing out subsidy for petroleum products, elimination of fuel scarcity and queues in petrol stations.

30. Implementation of the FG Niger Delta new vision, a comprehensive road map to improve livelihood and social infrastructure.

31. Improved power generation nationwide adding $500million to Nigeria’s sovereign wealth fund and about $87million to its excess crude account.

32. The creation of the N30billion Solid Minerals Development Fund.

33. Encouraging the patronage of local contents and increasing export in agriculture.

34. Signing of Executive Order 001 which is the promotion of transparency and efficiency in the business environment – to ensure that public servants offer prompt service in a predictable and transparent manner, and sanction undue delays.

35. Signing of Executive Order 002 which is on prompt submission of annual budgetary estimates by all statutory and non-statutory agencies of the Federal Government including incorporated companies wholly owned by FG.

36. Bailout of cash crunch states; about N689 billion to 27 states of the federation to pay salaries in 2015.

37. Complete refund of Paris loan deductions to states (unprecedented).

38. Implementing the 2011 UNEP report for the ongoing Ogoni clean-up process after decades of oil spills and pollution.

39. Modification of the tax system so that it is more efficient.

40. Reforms in the airports (reconstruction of the Abuja airport runway and ongoing work at the Lagos airport).

41. Reforms at the nation’s seaports (Issues with cargo clearance at the ports addressed)

42. Improved duration (under 48 hours) for visa approval especially for investors.

43. Resuscitation of the nation’s refineries which are now working at 50 percent capacity for the first time in over a decade.

44. Eleven of the dead 33 fertilizer plants have been resuscitated while four others are to be revived shortly and this has profound impact on the ongoing revolution in the agricultural sector.

45. For the first time in more than 45 years, the Mambila Power Plant is set to take off with the allocation of $5.6billion for its realization and an expected 3,050 MW output upon completion.

46. Increasing external reserves to a 13 month high of $33 billion from $29.13 billion which has surpassed the ERGPs target of $30.56 billion despite global low oil prices and production challenges.

47. Cancellation of the Joint Venture cash calls with oil multinational companies operating in Nigeria (For the first time in the history of the industry) which has led to savings of billions of dollars lost to fictitious contract payments.

48. Release of N2 billion take off grant for the Maritime University as part of measures to address agitations in the Niger Delta region.

49. The new development bank of Nigeria (DBN) is finally taking off with initial funding of $1.3billion (provided by the World Bank, German Development Bank, African Development Bank, Agence Francaise De Development) to provide medium and long term loans to MSMEs.


50. Improving Nigeria’s international image and regional cooperation with neighbouring countries in fighting insurgency.

51. Anti-corruption war: Prosecuting alleged corrupt public officers and recovering billions of naira of stolen public funds; the successful establishment of the whistle-blower policy.

52. Signing of Executive Order 004 – Voluntary Income Asset Declaration Scheme (VAIDS). This aims to increase tax awareness and compliance, and reduce incidence of tax evasion.

53. Signing of agreements with a number of nations to provide Automatic Exchange of Information.

54. Signing of the Extradition Treaty between Nigeria and United Arab Emirates (UAE) toward strengthening Nigeria’s anti-corruption campaign.

55. Establishment of PACAC – a think-tank that has provided leadership, direction and also built capacity of personnel in the fight against corruption.


56. Eradication of polio disease in the country.

57. The introduction of the One Primary Health Centre per ward programme of the Federal Government.

Happy Independence Day Nigeria


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