Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Angry Kaffy Blast Davido Calls Him This... [SCREENSHOT]

Updated 26 October, 2016
Davido annoys Guinness book record holder, Kaffy Ameh and gets called a motherfucker.

The dancer attacked the musician through her Instagram page.

The dance queen apologized to her fans for using profane language Davido is an award winning Nigerian musician who began his music career right after graduation from university. 

The Omo Baba Olowo as he calls himself has worked to achieve the status of A-list musician in the country. 
Kaffy Ameh is Nigeria’s dance queen with a Guinness world record to show it. The talented and relentless dancer is seen in many artistes video who she claims recognize and appreciate the hard work dancers put in for them.
All except Davido who she attacked on her Instagram page yesterday. According to the CEO of Magneto Dance Company, the skelewu singer hired her company and cancelled last minute after weeks of hard work and practice. 

Her major burn was that he shoved them aside like they were nothing and a little respect for their time and efforts would have been a less arrogant way to do things.

In her rant, she called the singer a “mother fucker” and mentioned that “thunder will fire him.” She said: “It’s alright if artistes don’t need us. We are artistes ourselves. 

It is very disrespectful for you to look down at and trample on people who in one way or the other contribute to where u are today.” 

“This message is for those of you that disrespectfully disregard us dancers especially @davidoofficial. If u don’t want dancers express it way before U agree to allow them dance than when u about to climb the stage u decide u don’t need us again. Or tell dancers not to come near u while u perform .wtf. ”

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Arms Deal Saga: Group Attacks Former President Goodluck Jonathan

Updated 26 October, 2016
A civil society organization has lambasted Nigeria’s former president Goodluck Jonathan over comments he made on $2.1 billion arms deal. 

The Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL) said the former president was only making effort to prepare his own defense. 

The group said the former president would eventually be called to answer for his own deedsA civil society group, has lambasted the former president of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan for defending Sambo Dasuki on the arms deal saga. 

The Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL) said the former president was only making effort to prepare his own defense. 

While speaking at the Oxford University in United Kingdom on Monday, October 24, Jonathan said it was hard for him to believe the allegations against Dasuki, a former national security adviser of Nigeria.

Dasuki is currently facing criminal charges bordering on abuse of public office, misuse of public funds and money laundering to the tune of $2.1 billion. The funds, the EFCC alleged was transferred from the account of the Office of the National Security adviser through the Central Bank of Nigeria to various individuals for personal and 2015 presidential campaign purposes. 

However, during his speech at the Oxford’s, Jonathan said: “They said the National Security Adviser (Sambo Dasuki) stole $2.2bn. I don’t believe somebody can just steal $2.2bn.” 

‘‘We bought warships, we bought aircraft, we bought lots of weapons for the Army and so on and so forth and you are still saying $2.2bn (was stolen). So, where did we get the money to buy all those things?” the former president had asked. 

But in a statement on Wednesday, October 26, the executive chairman of CACOL Debo Adeniran said he is not surprised at the defence given by Jonathan.

Adeniran said it was not impossible for the former president to make such remarks as he only showcased the level of ignorance of happenings under his command. 

Adeniran said: “He was the chief accounting officer of that regime and believe that all fingers are pointing in his direction, because most of those that have confessed to sharing in the loot have mentioned one way or the other that he (Jonathan) gave approval for the money they expended, the latest of which is Obanikoro and Fani-Kayode.” 

“He knew that eventually, it will get to him, that was why he was saying that it was not possible for Dasuki to steal $2.1bn, even when he saw people moving more than $9m to South Africa under a non-conventional guise for buying arms and he saw the revelations that even some of his ministers went away with more than $20bn,” he said. 

“He was just saying that to prepare the ground for his own defence, maybe, when eventually he is called to answer questions. Basically, it’s just a kind of drowning man clutching to the available straw,” CACOL added. Meanwhile, the federal government has consolidated all the charges against the former national security adviser. He is expected to be re-arraigned before and Abuja High Court in November to take fresh pleas on the charges against him. 

FG Can No Longer Employ Nigerians - Minister Reveals [MUST READ]

Updated 26 October, 2016
The current federal government may have reneged on its promise to ensure employment of Nigerians in the face of a grim economic reality. 

The government, according to minister Kemi Adeosun, is adopting a new strategy to ensure that the citizens get alternative employment not necessarily with the government. 

While speaking to the a committee of the Senate, she also talked about what the 2017 budget would look like The government of President Muhammadu Buhari may have put a stop to employment into the civil service, Kemi Adeosun, the country’s finance minister, has reportedly said. The administration had promised massive reduction in the rate of unemployment in the country while the All Progressives Congress (APC) campaigned during the 2015 general election.

Adeosun reportedly told the Senate on Tuesday, October 25, 2016, that the government no longer had no reason to take more people into the public sector. 

Nigeria is currently suffering from a huge economic crunch and an inability to make the 2016 budget perform optimally. The APC also recently took responsibility for the country’s current woes but promised that 2017 would witness a positive lift. 

She said what the government planned to do now is strengthen the private sector for more jobs to be created. 

The Herald reports that apart from this, the minister maintained that the government would sustain its over N6 trillion national budget in 2017. 

Read what Adeosun said: “Even when the economy was growing, when GDP was eight and nine, we had a massive unemployment problem especially our graduates. 

I’m sure most of us know that graduates stayed for up to ten years without jobs and the only sector that was really creating jobs was government and government now, has now reached its limit, that a 165 billion amount, I don’t think government can reasonably employ any more people so we have to develop our private sector and to do that, we need infrastructures. 

“So, this government is really set about driving infrastructures and that is what we have been trying to do. Everything we have been trying to do, whether it’s been chasing ghost workers, whether it’s efficiency, it all end on one thing-creating that head road so that we can invest in infrastructures.

“We know that if you build a road, in 40 or 50 years time, it would still be there but when you go for training and you go and come back, it’s over. 

So, it’s a different kind of demand but we think that it’s the foundation of getting this economy moving and creating jobs for our people. 

So, we have embarked on that, we have been releasing capitals for roads, for power and for so many things. But we have uncovered some challenges, some of which I think we will be coming back to speak to you as a committee. 

“Some of the contractors haven’t been paid since 2012, so they just sat on the money and little can they be blamed because their problem is ‘how do I know that this money I have, I would be able to get another one for the next four years.’ 

So, while we expect them to go back to sites, in fact, in some cases, the bank even sat on their money, didn’t even allow them access to the money at all. T

he inspecting activities which everybody thought would be forthcoming has not been forthcoming, we have to solve that problem. I would be coming to talk to you on what we are proposing to do. 

“We believe that most people in Nigeria, whether contractors, whether…., are owed something by the federal government and we have to sit down and sort it out. The same problem with the states, they too, are claiming that they are owed, the reason why they can’t pay is that they are owed by the federal government. So we need to have a discussion, deal with the problem so that the economy can move forward.

“There’s good news on the horizon in the sense that the prediction that the oil price will be as low as $20 proved to be false alarm and the prediction now is that the oil price will stabilize between $50 and $60, so what Nigeria now has to do is to balance her books so that if it is $50, even if it is $40, we will be able to balance. 

“I want to tell you that most of the initiatives have really elicited a lot of savings. We have been able to reduce our payroll. The first payroll I saw when I came here was N165billion and I think the last one I signed was N165billion, it’s going down every month. 

We are removing ghost workers, we are removing dead people, we are removing those who should have never been there in the first place and that is a continuous exercise we must keep up. 

“Honestly, we believe that government has to be very frugal with public money money because it’s scarce and this money belongs to everybody, so we can’t spend it any how. We have to spend it judiciously. 

I want to really assure you that we are committed to that because we can say that if we can complete one or two major projects, this economy can change. “We are working very hard with the Ministry of Transportation on the rail project which will bring rail back from Lagos to Kano. 

That corridor will open up our agriculture, instead of carrying goods on the roads. “We believe this will create a lot of jobs for our people. Similarly, we are working with the Ministry of Works for our new major road projects including looking at how we can maybe get some private sector money so that we can do some tar roads because we believe that when somebody spends five hours on the road, on a journey that should take one hour, he has already paid the toll, whether is not in terms of his tyre, or his petrol or his time or his health. 

“So, if you ask that person to pay N200 and do that journey in 50 minutes, I don’t think Nigerians would have a problem. What we want is infrastructures. “We have gotten together another public private initiative – the Family Homes Fund, which is private sector driven and the aim of that fund is to find a finances solution to housing development for low cost housing. Most of the houses are around N700 million or less and people will be able to put down just ten percent and park in and then pay the rest over up to 20 years under mortgage system.

“I want to tell you that I remain very confident about our economy. By this time next year, this economy will become a different economy. Just think within, don’t lose heart, we are going to be able to turn around the economy because now, the oil price is stable, we have stabilized our finances, a lot of the waste has stopped. A lot of the stealing has also stopped so it’s only for us now to start completing some projects.”

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Buhari Reveals - Top 3 Things I Must Fix Before Leaving Office

Updated  25 October, 2016
President Buhari has revealed some key things he will fix before leaving office. While speaking at a meeting with the director, Global Upstream of Shell Oil Company at the State house, Abuja, on Tuesday, October 25, he revealed these three key things.
Here they are: 

1. Accountability During the meeting President Buhari made it clear that his determination to return Nigeria to the “good old days of accountability” was still on track. He also said that he would make sure all public office holders in Nigeria are held accountable. This has been shown in his continued war against corruption. President Buhari gave the reason for his tough stance on corruption and accountability, saying: “It is only by doing this that investor morale and confidence will return, and the economy will be positioned on the path of growth."

2. Niger Delta As part of the meeting which included the Shell company’s concern with security of oil infrastructure in the Niger-Delta. the president urged them that militancy in the Niger Delta was another thing he would fix before he left office. He commended the Shell company for their continued faith in the Nigerian economy, giving them assurances on some issues of concern raised by the company. He then assured that his government would continue to prioritize security and also dialogue with the stakeholder-communities in the Niger Delta will continue.  He also called for continued protection by the Nigerian Navy in view of repeated threats of attack by militants.

3. Electricity Also, the president assured that the matter of epileptic power supply was one he had plans to fix before he left office. He said he would surely solve the country’s perennial electricity problem. This promise is in tandem with the statements he made in March 2016, when he said: “In the three years left for this administration we have given ourselves the target of ten thousand megawatts distributable power. In 2016 alone, we intend to add two thousand megawatts to the national grid.” Meanwhile, only yesterday, Monday, October 24, President Buhari met with governors who are members of the All Progressives Congress (APC). The meeting took place at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. 

Oby Ezekwesili Blast Twitter User [SEE WHY]

Updated 25 October, 2016
Hahaha, this one is hilarious! In Nigeria, when water don pass garri, this is one of the things you get to see. 

People not minding their business, some even thinking your business is their business and many more. 

But our former minister, Oby Ezekwesili, is not cut out for all those things 

So, a Twitter user tweeted at the former minister telling her to get her son a car that it does not make sense the way they are ‘training’ the young man to be jumping from one tricycle to another, as he saw earlier that day. Oby who was not having it, gave him the perfect reply! See the drama below:

Buhari's Daughter, Fatima Set To Wed

Updated 25 October, 2016
President Buhari’s second daughter, Hajiya Fatima is set to wed former managing director of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, Malam Gimba Yau kumo.

The wedding is set to take place this Friday October 28th in Katsina state.
Fatima is the second daughter of president Buhari from his first wife, Safinatu Muhammadu Buhari.

Nigerian President got married to late wife, Safinatu Muhammadu Buhari in the year 1971 at age 18, she was born on the 11th December 1952, of Fulani descendant and related to the late Shehu Usman Danfodio. 

The marriage produced five children, namely, Zulaiha (Late), Fatima, Musa, Hadiza and Safinatu Buhari. 

Monday, 24 October 2016

Panic As Former Minister Femi Fani-Kayode Drops To The Floor In EFCC Custody.

Updated 25 October, 2016
The former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode is said to have slumped while in custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). 

The former minister’s media adviser said Fani-Kayode slumped on Saturday, October 22 -He was however, immediately resuscitated by medical personnel at the commission’s facility.

The former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode is said to have slumped while in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). 

The special adviser on media to Fani-Kayode Jude Ndukwe said the minister slumped on Saturday, October 22, at the commission’s facility in Abuja. 

Ndukwe said the former minister was immediately attended to by medical personnel at the commission’s facility. 

While commending the EFCC’s medical team, Ndukwe however noted that the commission have over time been briefed about the health condition of Fani-Kayode’s after spending 67 days in detention. 

Fani-Kayode was first arrested on May 9, after he voluntarily honoured an invitation by the commission over alleged money laundering during his tenure as the director media and publicity for the 2015 Peoples Democratic Party campaign. 

He is facing trial alongside Nenadi Usman, a former minister of state for finance and two others. 

Having spent, 67 days – in EFCC’s detention and Kuje prison facility –  the former was later released on July 15, after meeting a bail condition granted him by a Federal High Court in Lagos. 

However, he was re-arrested on Friday, 21, after a court sitting in Lagos and moved to the EFCC headquarters on the same day.

Below is the full statement by Fani-Kayode’s special adviser on media: When Chief Femi Fani-Kayode was rearrested on Friday, 21 st of October, 2016, in the premises of the Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos, we raised a number of issues which included that the re-arrest was not only unnecessary but that it was also reckless. 

We made known our fears that Fani-Kayode’s life was in dire danger as long as he remained in EFCC custody or in the custody of any agency of the federal government based on discreet information available to us. 

This is apart from the fact that his health has been badly affected since his incarceration for a whopping 67 days based on some questionable ‘detention orders’. 

This fact is well known to the EFCC as Fani-Kayode’s lawyers have written several letters to the Commission reminding them of the health conditions of the former minister of aviation (Kindly see attached). 

It is therefore shocking that having known these facts, the EFCC still acted in a most unprofessional and crude way by re-arresting a man who has never been known to turn down their invitation even for once, who was since granted administrative bail by the same commission after meeting the stringent conditions set by them; a man who is also supposed to be on bail as granted by the courts after fulfilling the conditions, and who even has his international passport still lodged with the commission. 

Although Chief Femi Fani-Kayode was yet to complete the recovery therapy he was undergoing after spending the initial 67 grueling days in EFCC custody wherein he was also physically attacked by one of the commission’s agents, in deference to the law and the commission, he painfully but willingly cut short his therapy and medical checks to attend court proceedings. 

One would have thought that these were enough to convince EFCC that Fani-Kayode was very willing to face his persecutors in court. But rather than be humane in their conduct, EFCC hounded him for the umpteenth time on that fateful Friday and have since kept him in custody. 

It is therefore little wonder that based on the history of his medical conditions which the commission is very much aware of, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode slumped while in detention on Saturday, 22 nd of October, 2016. 

But for the quick and professional intervention of the medical team in the EFCC medical facilities, the story could have been different, it could have been fatal! We must commend the medical staff at the commission’s medical facility. 

They were prompt in their response, and very impressive in their care. It is very heartwarming to know that some professionals have not allowed the political witch hunt and persecution of political opponents and perceived enemies taint their professional calling. 

We hope this extends to all facets of the Nigerian society.

Nigerians would recall that we had earlier raised the alarm about the danger in which Fani-Kayode’s life is right now; we are shocked that that danger rather than ebb away is becoming a reality slowly but steadily. 

If not, why re-arrest and keep him in detention when he has not failed to appear before the commission or even before the courts at any time, neither has he ever been declared wanted? 

The fresh charges for which he was said to have been re-arrested were presented to him over the weekend and they border on an alleged N26m which he was accused to have collected from the erstwhile NSA, Sambo Dasuki, and he has since signed for the charges while he waits for his day in court. 

So, why still detain him if there is no sinister motive behind it all? From the foregoing, it is obvious that this issue about corruption is nothing but an already exposed fa├žade for the silencing of opposition voices, and keep Fani-Kayode out of circulation as long as practicable since he is seen by many as one of the strongest voices against tyranny, oppression and executive lawlessness.

For the avoidance of doubt, we reiterate our earlier warning that nothing untoward must happen to Chief Femi Fani-Kayode whether now or in the nearest future. 

Should anything happen to him, we can assure those responsible that there would be reactions of unimaginable propensity. It is not all sacrifices that the gods accept. 

There are some sacrifices that even oracles reject for fear of untamable repercussions! Nigerians are watching and waiting! Jude Ndukwe SA (media) to Chief Femi Fani-Kayode 24th October, 2016.