Showing posts from March 29, 2015

Karrueche opens up to Iyanla, tells how she met Chris, how she made him wait for sex & says she found out about his baby online

Last night, Karrueche Tran's interview with Iyanla VanZant aired on Own and the 26 year old really opened up on a lot of issues concerning her relationship with Chris Brown. She came across like someone who was really in love and not the opportunist many think her to be. She talked about how they met, how she made him wait for months before having sex with him, what made her fall in love, the love triangle with Rihanna and also finding out he had a daughter like everyone else, online! It's juicy. Read below..

Source: Necole Bitchie

INEC releases results in four of six Area Councils in FCT; Buhari wins 3

The results of the elections held on Saturday has been received from four of the six area councils in the Federal Capital Territory. The results brought in at the Independent National Electoral Commission collation centre at Area 3 Primary School are those of Abaji, Kwali, Gwagwalada and Kuje. Detailed of the results as at 9 p.m. on Sunday showed that the All Progressive Congress won in three of the four councils – Abaji, Gwagwalada and Kwali, while the Peoples Democratic Party won in Kuje Area Council Details of the results showed that in Abaji, the APC polled 9,840 votes, against the PDP’s 8,799; Kwali, APC 14,645, PDP’s 13,610, and Gwagwalada APC 25,476 and PDP 20,475. PDP polled 17,354 votes in Kuje Area Councul against APC’s 15,101. The results for the Bwari and Abuja Municipal Area Council were being awaited at the time of this report.

Source: PT

Photos: Angelina Jolie's daughters jubilate as she wins award at Kids Choice Awards

Angelina Jolie's daughter's Zahara, 10 and Shiloh 8 jubilated and looked more than thrilled as their mum was announced as the winner of Favourite Villain for her role in Maleficent at yesterday's Kids Choice Awards. This was Angelina's first public appearance since she revealed she had her ovaries removed. More photos below

INEC Chairman discredits Fani-Kayode's claims of PDP winning in 23 states

INEC Chairman Prof. Jega addressed the press this evening where he spoke on some issues bordering on the general elections. Professor Jega said he does not know where Femi Fani-Kayode got his information about PDP winning in 23 states. He said coalition is currently ongoing.

Presidential Election: Jonathan wins Ekiti State

The president, Dr Goodluck Jonathan won in all the 16 local government areas of Ekiti State in Saturday’s presidential election

The PDP candidates equally cleared all the three senatorial seats and 6 House of Representatives seats in the state.
Briefing newsmen at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) office ,Ado Ekiti yesterday,the Chief Returning Officer for the Presidential election for Ekiti State and Vice-Chancellor of Federal University of Technology,(FUTA), Akure, Prof. Biyi Daramola said the president and other PDP candidates won in all the 16 local government areas of the state
According to Daramola ,Jonathan scored a total of 176,474 votes to defeat his close opponent, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressive Congress,(APC) who polled 120,332 votes.
He thanked the electorates for conducting themselves peacefully during the election exercise.
This is the breakdown of the election,in Ilejemeje, the PDP candidate scored 3,799 in Ilejemeje Local Government whi…

INEC insist election held in Rivers, say Amaechi erred to ask for result sheet before election commenced

PORT HARCOURT: Resident Electoral Commissioner, Rivers state, Dame Gesilia Khan Sunday night said elections held in the 23 local

government areas of the state.
In a statement last night she said the agent of the All Progressive Congress, APC, in Ikwerre local government area, Mr Steve Worgu signed for all documents, including result sheets for Ikwerre local government area, the governor’s local governent.
“The Presidential, senatorial and House of Representatives elections held In the 23 Local government areas in the Rivers state on March 28, 2015.”, she said.
Continuing, she said at the time governor Chibuike Amaechi demanded for the result sheets in his ward at Ubima, voting had.not started.
“At the stage the governor of Rivers state Rt Hon Chibuike Amaechi complained of not sighting th e election result sheet, voti ng has not commenced, that was merely accreditation stage which has noting to do with result sheets. Please note that the governor of Rivers state went to the poll a…

INEC On Going Press Briefing On Voting Process By Prof Atahiru Jega

Prof Jega is address the press on some of the out come of the 2015 election which is still on going in some parts of the country. Below are some of the statements by the INEC chairman and some of the questions he answered. 

Women give birth in bush while escaping Boko Haram attack

Two pregnant women gave birth to babies in the bush Sunday morning while fleeing from suspected Boko Haram insurgents that attacked Gunti Gumi village of Alkaleri Local Government area in Bauchi State. A witness, Bala Kurba, said the insurgents stormed the village, forcing the residents to take to their heels. “The pregnant women were among those who fled the village. I was also in the bush when I saw a group of women battling to assist the two pregnant women deliver their babies. “The women gave birth successfully and were taken to a nearby community, where they were kept,” said Mr. Kurba, who is the Manager of the Bauchi State government-owned Community FM Radio station in Alkaleri. Bauchi Police Command’s spokesperson, Haruna Mohammed, confirmed the attack in a statement issued on Sunday. He said that some gunmen in a convoy of 10 vehicles attacked some towns in Alkaleri and Kirfi Local Government Areas. “Today 29/3/2015 at about 12.25 am, unspecified numbers of unknown gunmen in a convo…

Piers Morgans writes about Germanwings co-pilot & the plane crash

I read this article on UK Daily Mail where Piers Morgan is an Editor-at-Large, found it interesting and thought to share. He titled it 'Depressed pilots on medication for mental illness should not be flying passenger planes. That's not insensitive - it's protecting lives. Read below... I fly a lot. Last year alone, I travelled on 45 planes. Unlike my mother, who has a serious terror of flying, I have no qualms about it at all. I’ve chuckled my way through violent cabin-thumping electrical storms in Hong Kong, and cheerfully slurped champagne through extreme turbulence in Texas during tornado season.To my logical Spock-like mind, it remains by far the safest way to transport myself. Statistically, you are more likely to die today being run over as you cross a road listening to your iPod than you are in a plane crash. But two recent air-related tragedies have caused me to seriously question my sangfroid attitude.
The first was the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 a …

Photos Of Gov Okorocha Demanding The Release Of Voters Held Illegally

DSS, Army Clampdown on Eligible Voters and APC chieftains Okorocha’s Village
In furtherance to the general plan to whittle the political influence of top APC Chieftains during the presidential election, about 500 eligible voters in Ogboko Ideato South of Imo State have been under arrest since yesterday while many others were arrested on their way to polling stations in the area.
The voters mostly graduates and undergraduates and adults were arrested and their PVCS confiscated to deny them their right to vote.

All attempts to free them was rebuffed by the combined team of Army led by a Captain and the Department of State Security.
Speaking to the press, Gov Rochas Okorocha lamented the situation and called on voters to resist intimidation but remain law abiding.