Friday, July 29, 2016

How a newly wed young man was shot dead by SARS policeman in Kano

 
A trigger-happy policeman has killed a patent medicine dealer, identified as Tochukwu Iro.

It was gathered that Tochukwu, 42, who just got married, was shot on Wednesday by the policeman, said to be from the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, because the  deceased refused to stop when ordered to do so.

A source said,  “The incident happened on France Road. The man was shot because he allegedly did not stop when he was ordered to do so by the police.

“He was shot in the thigh. Other SARS operatives immediately rushed him to the Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.”

As news of the death of Tochukwu spread, about 200 angry youths of Igbo extraction took to the streets in Sabon Gari to protest against the shooting.

The Chairman, Igbo Traders Welfare Association, Kano State, Chief Emmanuel Amadi, said Tochukwu died on Thursday, 24 hours after he was shot.

Amadi stated that the protesting youths wanted the police to investigate the shooting and bring the offender to book.

He said, “The protesters are demanding justice. On our own, we have pleaded with them not to take laws into their own hands. All we are asking for is that the killer of Tochukwu be made to face justice.”

The Kano State Police Command Public Relations Officer, DSP Magaji Majia, said, “The Commissioner of Police Kano State, Alhaji Rabiu Yusuf, has ordered the arrest and detention of the team leader and his men.

“He also summoned the elders of the Igbo community in Kano to a meeting, where he sympathised with them and assured them that justice would be done.

 “The outcome of the investigation will be made public as soon as investigation is completed.”

SEE The Reality of How Things are Changing

Just about 20 years ago, this was how the home of the big boys in town looked like; any guy who has these stuffs in his house, you will see ladies flocking around him just to be able to "watch film" freely and any other thing that happens between man and woman inside one room apartment. *wink*

Funny enough, today even some broke guys won't live in a room like this.

Olokunbolablessings' motivation: Anyone who spends anyhow to live large and 'impress' just to appear like a big boy when he doesn't even have a sustainable investment, will sure be setting himself up for future mess. That is the reality of life, it happens all the time. Don't allow yourself be an example!
In the months and years ahead, as a regular person, you will need more than just one source of income to make real progress and live truly comfortable.
Take your time to THINK, it is a very difficult task to think and that is why many don't succeed in thinking. Think deep and also peep into the exploits of others in your field of business or career; find out what they are doing right and what needs to improve.

Merge your findings with your thoughts, blaze a new trail and start building a real life.
Time, Discipline, Persistence and the ability to be Realistic are factors that will help you to succeed!

Photos: Stephen Keshi Laid To Rest In Delta State

Former Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi has been laid to rest. He was laid to rest at his hometown, Iiah in Delta State. May his soul continue to rest in peace. More photos below...




Graphic content: A baby is the sole survivor of a fatal accident in Enugu State

According to Abia Facts Newspaper, the fatal accident occurred five hours ago at Udi LGA of Enugu State. The vehicle belonging to Royal Mass Transit somersaulted several times. All the occupants died except the baby pictured held by a passerby. More photos after the cut.


The baby who survived the accident pictured with a passerby


Photos: Kenyan Prostitute Caught Stealing Client’s Valuables After Drugging Him


A Kenyan prostitute drugged her client who is said to be a Kenyatta University student and when he became unconscious the lady reached for every electronic gadget she could find in the house.

The sex worker was however not lucky enough, as she was nabbed by neighbours when she was about to leave the house. She was tied down as they called police who came to whisk her away. Talk about being lucky. Try it here in Nigeria, and you will be sorry, the police will only come and beg for you o, lol.

I’m Serious About People Behaving Well, Accountable- Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his administration was making effort to give Nigerians fresh political and social orientation that would herald a change of attitude from what obtained hitherto. He also assured that the lapses that had characterized Nigeria as a nation would be corrected.

The president spoke while receiving a team of health experts led by the Chief Executive Officer of Gavi and The Global Fund, Dr. Seth Berkley at the State House, Abuja on Thursday.

Buhari however said he was impressed with the patience and steadfastness of leading supporters of health care in Nigeria, “despite our shortcomings as a nation.”


He thanked the team for coming back to Nigeria. “We are making genuine efforts to correct the lapses. We are very serious about people behaving themselves, and being accountable.

“We thank you for deciding to re-engage with us, despite our inefficiencies. You decided to be here, not minding our shortcomings. There are other countries that would bring less problems. We appreciate your commitment, and we will do our best to put ourselves in the best shape to help us,” President Buhari said.

Photos: Ghanaian bride wears sneakers on her wedding day, explains her decision

A Ghanaian bride, Vera Ewura Obeng opted for custom-made desert boots for her wedding on July 13. According to the professional photographer, she took the decision after seeing the pain most women go through in a bid to look glam on their Big Day. In a Facebook posted on July 20th, the bride explained her choice of footwear and of course, clapped back at those making fun of her.


"After being a wedding photographer(‪#‎VeraObengphotography‬) for 6 years its only fair that I learn not to repeat what Brides go through over and over again.
For me, What is the point in wearing heels to church and remove it during reception? I just don't get it. If you want heels wear it through out the event. I wore mine for 9 hours. I see Brides complaining about the heels all the time. It even doesn't make my photos nice. My "comboo" as some are calling it is actually custom made "‪#‎HORESEMAN‬ HOOVES ".

We all copy and paste including me. Our problem is we do it without reading through what we have copied"
For those saying I am ‪#‎manifest‬ sister, "eeeiiii ghanafo) kasa" I've only seen him once. It was from a distance in a hotel I went to work in. It would be nice to have him as a big brother though. Never heard any of his songs except the recent one to ‪#‎sarkodie‬. And I can say I don't understand a thing. Call me "kolo". " I like it like that.

Again for those suggesting my husband should have been in something similar, thanks a lot for your suggestion. The idea was not to "combine powers like captain planet ". He is an academician and I am an artist. We can only adjust but not to change who we are. He loves me and I do love him also. No need to change. "love you hFestus Attah Isoah Iso

And for my dress , I just don't get the bit where I spend thousands of mahama cedis on a dress I can't wear again.. "I just can't think far" 😂😂😂😂. Invite me to your baby christening and I will gladly come in it.

For me this was my dream wedding, if you choose to wear a heel as tall as me, at the end of the day, its all about our choices.

Note that I don't have anything against wearing of heels and gowns. (you look like disney princesses  )

To all those who made Wednesday 13th July a Special day for my husband and I, thank you. You have no Idea what it means to us. For those who "run" away to come..."

More photos below...




Photos: Ghanaian bride wears sneakers on her wedding day, explains her decision

A Ghanaian bride, Vera Ewura Obeng opted for custom-made desert boots for her wedding on July 13. According to the professional photographer, she took the decision after seeing the pain most women go through in a bid to look glam on their Big Day. In a Facebook posted on July 20th, the bride explained her choice of footwear and of course, clapped back at those making fun of her.


"After being a wedding photographer(‪#‎VeraObengphotography‬) for 6 years its only fair that I learn not to repeat what Brides go through over and over again.
For me, What is the point in wearing heels to church and remove it during reception? I just don't get it. If you want heels wear it through out the event. I wore mine for 9 hours. I see Brides complaining about the heels all the time. It even doesn't make my photos nice. My "comboo" as some are calling it is actually custom made "‪#‎HORESEMAN‬ HOOVES ".

We all copy and paste including me. Our problem is we do it without reading through what we have copied"
For those saying I am ‪#‎manifest‬ sister, "eeeiiii ghanafo) kasa" I've only seen him once. It was from a distance in a hotel I went to work in. It would be nice to have him as a big brother though. Never heard any of his songs except the recent one to ‪#‎sarkodie‬. And I can say I don't understand a thing. Call me "kolo". " I like it like that.

Again for those suggesting my husband should have been in something similar, thanks a lot for your suggestion. The idea was not to "combine powers like captain planet ". He is an academician and I am an artist. We can only adjust but not to change who we are. He loves me and I do love him also. No need to change. "love you hFestus Attah Isoah Iso

And for my dress , I just don't get the bit where I spend thousands of mahama cedis on a dress I can't wear again.. "I just can't think far" 😂😂😂😂. Invite me to your baby christening and I will gladly come in it.

For me this was my dream wedding, if you choose to wear a heel as tall as me, at the end of the day, its all about our choices.

Note that I don't have anything against wearing of heels and gowns. (you look like disney princesses  )

To all those who made Wednesday 13th July a Special day for my husband and I, thank you. You have no Idea what it means to us. For those who "run" away to come..."

More photos below...




MEET The 21-Year Old Girl Who Lives The Life Of A Baby, As Boyfriend Babysits Her (Photos)

This 21-year-old wears nappies, drinks from a bottle and regresses back to infancy in a bid to make peace with her troubled childhood.

Jess, who was sexually abused aged just two, suffered depression and anxiety as she battled the trauma. But now, with the help of her 24-year-old boyfriend David, she dresses in babygros and has a Youtube following of thousands.

David, who calls himself Jess' Daddy said: “Some people have called me a paedophile and have made fun of Jess. But really, I just try to ignore it. “We know we’re okay and aren’t doing anything wrong.”


Jess, from Lakeland, Florida, said she is now more confident and happy.

She said: "Age play is really my best escape and it allows me to reclaim the innocence of my childhood and have it play out the way I always wanted.

“Aside from that though, regressing and being a ‘little' just fits with my personality.

“It allows me to be playful and cute, which is what I’m like naturally anyway and so I think that I would definitely still be living this lifestyle if I’d had a more ‘normal’ childhood.”

The couple, who have been together for four years, say for them age play is not sexual and is more of a lifestyle choice.
“We never have sex while I’m age playing but for a lot of people it is a sexual kink," she added.

Jess receives lots of positive comments from other adult babies and one of her followers even built a five-foot tall crib for her to play and sleep in.

Jess is now looking for a real life babysitter who will carry out a bedtime routine for her and look after her while David is away at work.

'I love seeing Kim naked, love her nude selfies, I used to do cock selfies back in the days- Kanye West reveals in new interview

Kanye West has revealed that he loves seeing his wife Kim Kardashian naked and that he loves her nude selfies taken from the side and back in a new interview with magazine, Harper's BAZAAR.

The rapper and fashion designer who together with Kim stunned on the cover of the magazine's September edition also revealed his best part of Kim is her heart and they both talked on a lot of things ranging from his debt, to Taylor Swift, to their biggest insecurities and annoying habits. Read the full interview after the cut.


Harper's BAZAAR's Laura Brown: Okay! So, this is in no particular order. Kanye, your favorite body part—your own or Kim's.

KW: Is the face a body part? My favorite body part of Kim's: heart.

KKW: Awww, now I have to say the same. But of my own, I like my upper stomach. I just seem to always have abs.When I'm not really pregnant, I have a great two-pack. [Laughs.] And of Kanye's? I have to say his heart. And I've always loved his legs.

LB: Favorite song of all time?

KW:"All Along the Watchtower." The Jimi Hendrix cover.

KKW: I really like the song "Only One" [West with Paul McCartney].

LB: Favorite Taylor Swift song?

KW: For me? I don't have one.

KKW: I was such a fan of hers.

LB: Favorite book?

KKW: Embraced by the Light. It's about a woman who passed away during surgery, and she went to heaven, had her experience, and then came back. My dad [Robert Kardashian] would try to get me to read it, and I wouldn't. Then when he passed away, I was cleaning out my room in his house, and I found it. I read it, and it helped me. I felt like my dad was okay.

KW: Yeah, I don't have an answer for that.

KKW: Your mom's book or your book?

KW: Yeah, but that's like, you know...

KKW: Too self-promotional?

KW: Yeah, too promotional.

LB: Celebrity crush when you were young?

KKW: I thought Johnny Depp was so cute when I was younger. Kanye, didn't you like Pam Anderson?

KW: Yeah! That's what I would say.

LB: Historical figure you identify with?

KKW: This one is hard.

KW: Us? Muhammad Ali, Marilyn Monroe—all day. Next question.

LB: Hidden talent? I don't know if you guys hide your talents, but if you do ...

KKW: I can smell when someone has a cavity. It's a very specific smell—not a bad-breath smell—but something that is really strong.

KW: I can analyze people's intentions. Immediately.That's just a warning. To everyone.

LB: Biggest insecurity?

KKW: I would say looking fat sometimes. I really do take it seriously. I try to do what I can and diet and stay in shape, and it does make me insecure when I'm heavy.

KW: I used to have insecurity about my finances, then I announced that I had debt, and now I don't have any insecurities.

KKW: Then you didn't have any debt; it seemed to all figure it out.

LB: You just put it out there, like The Secret.

KKW: Don't think that will work for everyone.

KW: People will definitely use that against you if someone knows that. But the one thing I don't have an insecurity about is public perception. I'm not going to conform to it, you know?

LB: Yes, the more attention you pay to the winds, you can overthink things.

KW: Here's something that's contrary to popular belief: I actually don't like thinking. I think people think I like to think a lot. And I don't. I do not like to think at all.

LB: You're an underthinker.

KW: I think about things to put them in a place where I don't have to think about them anymore. Say if I had a child with a really bad mom, I would have to think more than if I had a child with a good mom. I'm just doing my homework early. I told my trainer today, I'm a mix of a 14-year-old high schooler and a 60-year-old guy. It can never fall into the 30s or the 40s. It has to be 100 percent 60 or 100 percent 14, no in between.

LB: Can you please make that into a T-shirt? Okay, how much do you really sleep? On social media you are asleep all the time.

KKW: He can fall asleep anywhere.

KW: I can sleep. I love sleep; it's my favorite.

KKW: He took me to a fashion meeting in Paris once. I'd never met these people; I was so nervous. It was the beginning of our relationship, and I didn't know anyone in fashion. And he passed out at the table. I'm like, "I'm so sorry, we're jet-lagged." You don't know the number of times I've had to say that. I always flat-out lie that he's jet-lagged, even if we've been home for months. [Laughs.] Me? I'm up at like 6 a.m. With my trainer, running up the hill you drove up to get here.

LB: Most annoying habit?

KKW: I think he gets really annoyed because I just hate fittings. I'll just be like,"Ah, I can't find something to wear." I get so worked up every time I'm rushing; I get annoyed with rushing. Then I get in a bad mood—I'm so cranky. I hate being late.

KW: It's so hard to do fittings [for Yeezy] because we want to do things that are inspiring, that people could look at and say, "Wow, I like that color palette, I could put that together." And there are so many images of things that it's almost impossible to have your clothes go up against the amount you're seeing and carry it into one language. That's why I'm always fighting either to have a house work with us or to head a house. It's a lifestyle I can totally see: the future, modern Versailles, modern Versace, modern Calabasas, paparazzi, celebrity language. I just want to build a collection that's around me and my wife and my kids. Because Kris and the family, they have the power of communication. This is the number one communications company.

LB: You're saying you've got the power of the idea.

KW: The idea. I know I wasn't allowed to go to fashion school; I can't cut a dress like Galliano, right? But I had enough wherewithal to go to that studio on my first collection and bring Kim, [stylist] Christine Centenera, Ian Connor, Theophilus London, Virgil Abloh...they all came down to [Vetements/Balenciaga designer] Demna Gvasalia's studio that night and hung out. (And then Demna, as you probably know, he worked on Yeezy Season 1.) Anyway, I want to say a controversial thing for this article...

LB: I'm ready.

KKW: Laura's question was, What's annoying?

KW: What designer on the planet can sell, consistently, 40,000 shoes. In two minutes?

KKW: One minute.

LB: Wow. Yeezy does it. Okay, change of subject. Favorite selfie pose?

KKW: I love a selfie in the mirror.

KW: I love her nude selfies. Like, I love the ones from the side, the back ones, and the front. I just love seeing her naked; I love nudity. And I love beautiful shapes. I feel like it's almost a Renaissance thing, a painting, a modern version of a painting. I think it's important for Kim to have her figure. To not show it would be like Adele not singing.

LB: Kanye, nude selfies?

KW: I used to do nude selfies in my single days.You'd get a good cock shot here and there. [Laughs.] Gotta keep it rock 'n' roll.

LB: I'd assume scale is important.

KW: Yeah, it's all about scale. You don't become a rock star for no reason.

LB: Who's more vain?

KKW: I mean, me.

KW: Yeah, I think she has vanity. And with me, I don't give a fuck, bro; it is what it is. I'm the best—now what? I don't know if that's a vain statement. I don't particularly like photos of myself, though.

KKW: Yeah, what is the definition of vain? I want to look up exactly what the definition is.[Googles.] Vain, definition: "having or showing an excessively high opinion of one's appearance, abilities, or worth."

LB: Speaking of pride, tweets you're proud of and tweets you regret.

KKW: I don't regret any tweets. I'm not a tweeter and deleter. So I have no regrets.

KW: She hates tweeters and deleters.

LB: Kim, blonde or brunette?

KKW: Blonde. Brunette is who I am obviously, it's my core. Blonde Kim is this alter ego; she has a vibe to her that I love.

LB: Could you have predicted the reaction to your nude selfie with the black bars?

KKW: I was about to get in the shower; I took a nude selfie, kept it in my phone for over a year. I just liked the picture, so I was like,"Let me put censor bars on it and post it." I don't do things to be like, "This is powerful. I'm going to show you guys that this is my 'message.''' I'm not that type of person. I'm empowered by it, but I'm not doing it specifically to show power.

LB: It was a weird response because we've all seen your body before.

KKW: Yeah, that's what was so shocking. And when I put the bars on it, it was more covered up than a bikini!

LB: What was the last thing you bought yourselves and each other?

KKW: The last thing I bought was a pair of Isabel Marant sandals. I don't wear flats, so it's hard for me to buy sandals. Kanye is the hardest person to buy something for, so I bought…

KW: You extended the bathroom and bedroom on the house.

KKW: I rented an island for his birthday. A far, far away place where no one can find us.

KW: You see, those are the type of statements that make people not like us, more so than the "I'm the best" statement. It's more the "Oh, yeah, I just rented an island for his birthday ..." You know in Meet the Parents, Owen Wilson's character? All of our shit is like Owen Wilson's character; he's like, "This is when we jumped off Mount Everest, and we wore turtle flight suits or whatever."

LB: Is there anything you wish the world didn't know about you?

KKW: Definitely. I was going to say some ugly looks and stuff.

KW: Some pregnancy stuff. You killed this second pregnancy, though.Your body slammed that crap. You made that second pregnancy your bitch.

KKW: I wish I had a little bit more privacy.

LB: Okay, TV shows you binge-watch?

KW/KKW: Empire.

LB: What would you do if you were invisible?

KW: Women's locker room.

KKW: I would probably creepily follow my kids around, see how they act, see what they talk about. I record my daughter just talking because the things she says are so funny. I could watch her talk all day.

KW: Yeah, maybe. See, Kim? Yours is so much nicer than mine.

LB: What makes you both laugh?

KKW: Kanye just says the funniest analogies that are so random. I should start keeping a book—in 20 years, I'll have a big book of analogies.They always make me laugh.

KW: Kim's just a funny person in general.

KKW: But I don't get credit for being funny; it's, like, not a thing.

KW: I think my sense of humor is really dark and super twisted and stuff like that. It's like, "Is this a funny joke for real? Or am I just rich?" See? That was funny.


LB: What would you bring to a desert island?

KKW: My kids. My phone.

KW: Not me. [Laughs.] I would bring my laptop and the Internet.

LB: How would you like to be remembered?

KKW: I'd like to be remembered as someone who was smart in business, works hard, and can be sexy and a mom. A powerful but still sexy, nonconforming woman. And I would hope that Kanye would be remembered for being smart and sticking to what he believes.

KW: Determined. I would say my determination is way higher than my smartness.

KKW: A lot of people have strong beliefs, but they don't have the confidence to really stick to them. I really respect Kanye for that.

LB: I personally really enjoy your use of capital letters.

KW: Yeah, all caps. Next time I'm doing all raps in all caps.

KKW: Kanye, what do you want to be remembered for?

KW: Your answer was so much better. I was going to say the whole thing about global warming and we're all going to be gone.

Source: www.harpersbazaar.com

Police rescue another chained child in Ogun state


Barely a week after members of the Ogun state police command rescued 9 year old Korede Taiwo from the Celestial Church where he was chained by his father over his stealing habit, the state police command have rescued a 10 year old girl named Promise Udeh who was chained by her aunt, Chaimaka Okafor at their Adigbe residence in Abeokuta, the state capital. Chiamaka allegedly chained Promise because she stole her N4,000. The police is in search of Chiamaka as she has since fled her home.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Naked dating show has viewers outraged (+18 photos)

Naked Attraction, a new dating show that's just aired its first episode on the UK's Channel 4, left most viewers shocked,sparking a social media frenzy.

The show sees people picking prospective dates based on their physical appearance. The show also showed full nudity with no censoring.


Thousands of viewers complained on Twitter and media guardians branded it the ‘worst programme ever shown on TV’.
A spokesman for MediaWatch UK said:
‘This has to be the worst programme ever shown on television, there is nothing to recommend it.

Security Beefed Up In Imo Over Alleged Bomb Threat

The Imo State Police Command says it has beefed up security in and around some parts of Owerri municipality, which an unidentified social media claimed would be attacked by supposed terrorists.

According to a report by Vanguard, the Police Public Relatjjions Officer, PPRO, Mr. Andrew Enwerem, a Deputy Superintendent of Police, made the Command’s position known today while reacting to an audio message currently circulating on social media.

“The attention of the Imo State Police Command has been drawn to an audio recorded message circulating in the social media by a faceless whistle blower, informing the citizenry of a planned attack on World Bank, Douglas Road, Government House, Central Mosque, Relief Market etc by unknown individuals.”

“The CP has deployed both overt and covert operatives, while the Bomb Disposal Unit has been directed to sweep the aforementioned areas to avert any breakdown of law and order”, the PPRO said.


While urging the general public to go about their lawful businesses without panic, the Command equally assured Imo people that “the security agencies in the state are doing everything possible to ensure security of lives and property while effort is being made to identify the faceless reporter”.

Meet Chierika Okogu, the first athlete to represent Nigeria in Rowing at the Olympics Games


US-based Chierika Ukogu will be making history at the 2016 Olympics Games, being the first rower to represent Nigeria. Born on October 1992, Okogu, who is a graduate of Stanford University, said in a recent interview that the sport had been challenging but she will put in her best, adding that her training with members of the U.S. team at the Vesper Boathouse at Schuylkill, Philadelphia had helped develop her skills.
"It is my ultimate goal to be the 1st Nigerian to row at the Olympic Games. Heading into Rio, it's a really wonderful opporunity for Nigeria. This is the first time we've had an athlete at the Olympics in the sport of Rowing," said Ukogu
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