Showing posts from December 15, 2016

Top Guider and No 1 MMM Nigeria Participant, Chuddy Anayo Ugorji Speaks More About The Frozen Mavro (MONEY)

To MMM Nigeria guider, Chuddy Ugorji sets the record straight, as he took to his facebook page to debunk rumours making round that he brought MMM into Nigeria. He also urge participants of MMM Nigeria to disregard most news bloggers who have been paid to carry out false news about MMM, just to make money and encourage them to only follow the news released on their POs from MMM Nigeria website. below is what he said
Goodday great mavrodians
This week has not been easy for all of us due to the news update on our POs As we all know ,the media has been a tool used by anti-MMMites and pessimists to fight against the growth of MMM Nigeria. Unfortunately some ignorant Nigerians who don't understand what MMM is all about have been brainwashed by the information broadcasted by the media and social networks
Regarding the frozen mavro. It is clearly stated on the news section on the website Confirmed Mavro will be frozen for A MONTH . The reason for this measure is evident. The system needs to p…

Army commandant killed in Ibadan school was neither shot nor stabbed' - Army authorities say

The General Officer Commanding (GOC) Two Division, Brigadier General Chukwunedum Abraham, has dispelled rumors that the murdered commandant of the Command Secondary school in Apata, Ibadan, was neither shot or stabbed to death. Col. Anthony Okeyim pictured above, was on Monday December 12th, murdered at his apartment located within the school premises by suspected assassins.

Speaking to newsmen during a visit to the school yesterday, Abraham said preliminary investigations showed that there was no gun shot wound nor stab wound on the body of the deceased commandant. 
“There was hemorrhage from the nostrils and the mouth and impact wound to the jaw that was all. No other injury on the body, no cut anywhere. The corpse was found intact apart from the hemorrhage (blood) coming out from his nose. Like I said, from the impact to the jaw area but the issue of shooting cutting or puncture wound, there is nothing like that. The circumstances surrounding the death is still under investigation. …

Yusuf Buhari looking dapper at his sister, Zahra's wedding ball (photos)

The handsome son of President Buhari is pictured with friends at his sister's wedding ball held last night. See another photo below...

Frank Edoho & wife, Sandra, welcome their second child, a boy!

TV host, Frank Edoho and his wife, Sandra have welcomed their second child, a baby boy in the U.S. They had their first child - another boy in 2014. Frank is blessed with 3 children from his previous marriage to Katherine Obiang while Sandra has a child from a previous relationship.

Gov Nyesom Wike allegedly caught on tape arranging to bribe & threatening to 'kill' an INEC official (listen)

An audio tape purported to be Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, threatening to kill an INEC official in the just concluded rerun election for the state National Assembly, has surfaced online.

In the audio tape which was shared by Sahara Reporters, the man who SR claims is Governor Wike, in a telephone conversation, is heard arranging payments to INEC officials in exchange for their help to allegedly rig the election for PDP candidates in Etche, Khana, Ikwerre and other key local government areas in the state.
The man in the audio - is also heard threatening to kill one of the officials who has collected bribe from him and refused to rig the election. Listen to the audio tape after the cut...

Wike alleges governors of Bauchi, Benue, Kano and Plateau states paid N1bn each to fund election violence in the state's rerun election

Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, addressed a state broadcast yesterday night where he alleged that governors of Bauchi, Benue, Kano and Plateau States reportedly bankrolled donated one billion Naira each to fund the violence that characterized last Saturday's Legislative rerun election in the state. "The brazen subversion of our democratic rights that took place on December 2016, was carefully planned and orchestrated by some highly-placed and desperate politicians from the State in concert with the Governors of Bauchi, Benue, Kano and Plateau States, who reportedly bankrolled the plan with the sum of one billion Naira each, at a time they cannot pay salaries of civil servants, let alone embark on development projects in their States.
If Rivers people could be visited with such a despicably high degree of violence, mayhem and killings by some renegade military and SARS operatives with impunity just to rescue the dying political fortunes of the All Peoples Congress in a me…

Photos: Female Delta State lawmaker dies in London hospital

Mrs Omawumi Beatrice Udoh, member representing Warri South State Constituency 1 in the State House of Assembly died on Wednesday, December 14th, at a London hospital after a protracted illness.
Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has expressed shock and sadness over the sudden demise of Mrs Udoh.
In a statement issued on Wednesday in Asaba by his Chief Press Secretary, Charles Aniagwu, Okowa described the deceased as a committed, hardworking, patriotic and thorough-bred lawmaker who served the state and her constituents diligently.
"The late Hon. Omawumi Udoh died when her services to the state and nation was most needed. We mourn our fallen lawmaker who gave her best in service to God and humanity. She was a committed and hardworking member who championed the cause of her people." the statement reads.
"On behalf of the government and people of Delta State, i send my profound commiseration to the Right Honourable Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Ho…

Immigration set to increase cost of Nigerian passport

Mr Muhammad Babandede, Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service, has disclosed that the cost of acquiring a Nigerian international passport is likely to rise in the nearest future. He made this revelation in Abuja at the flag off ceremony for the capacity building programme on Information Communication Technology organised for immigration officers in conjunction with Huawei Technologies Company.

According to Babandede,
“It is not easy for us to pay for booklets because of the cost. You will agree with me that air tickets have doubled in this country. You are aware that a lot of things have changed, but the passport fees have not changed.”He stated that Nigeria Immigration Service has written to the presidency to propose a hike and will proceed with a review of the price once approval is received. This proposed increase, Babandede revealed, will enable the agency to deliver better service.

Baby with two heads born in Lagos (photo)

A woman on Tuesday, December 13th, gave birth to two-headed baby at Med-In Specialist Hospital located at Oshogbo Street in Ogudu,Lagos. According to doctors at the hospital, the baby born around 6:30pm through an elective caesarean section, has two heads, a neck, chest, two legs and two hands. The mother and medics were expecting a set of twins as indicated by the various scans she underwent in the course of the pregnancy.

According to one of the nurses who was in the delivery room, they had prepared two cots for each of the twins but were shocked when they saw that they were conjoined. "This is the first time I am seeing anything like this. I have watched it in movies but seeing it in real life was such an experience for me. Thankfully, the surgeon ensured that they survived.

"As I speak to you, the mother doesn’t know the condition of the babies. She still believes and expects to carry her twins. We haven’t told her yet. Only her husband was brought into the theatre to see…

Governor Rochas Okorocha takes a ride on Okada

Personal photographer to the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha posted this photo on Instagram. Governor Rochas took a ride on a bike (okada) and paid the rider.


The Senate has rejected the nomination of Ibrahim Magu as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission by President Muhammadu Buhari, citing security report.

The Senate’s spokesperson, Aliyu Abdullahi, revealed this Thursday afternoon after the Senators had spent over one hour behind closed doors discussing the matter of Mr. Magu’s confirmation.
“The Senate wish to inform the public that based on available security report, the Senate cannot proceed with confirmation of Ibrahim Magu as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
“The nomination of Ibrahim Magu is hereby rejected and has been returned to the President for further action,” Mr. Abdullahi said.
The Senate had slated today, Thursday, to screen Mr. Magu, now acting EFCC Chairman. (SR)