Friday, 20 October 2017


Aminu Atiku, son of former Vice President, Abubakar Atiku, is making news following the strife between him and his ex-wife, Ummi Fatimo Bolori.

It was learnt that both of them were divorced in 2011 and their children (Amira and Amir) were initially with Fatimo, with an arrangement that the children would be spending vacation with their father. During one of the school holidays in 2013, Aminu requested that they are released to him for a vacation abroad, after which he refused to let the kids return to their mother.

Mr. Abubakar and Ms. Bolori have been in a legal battle over the custody of their children for some time now, to which an order was made over the custody of 8-year-old Amir, whom he was alleged to have taken away from the custody of his estranged wife. Aminu disobeyed the court order and he was remanded at transit cell, while the case was stepped down pending when he produces the boy.

 Atiku’s son was released after the 8year old boy was produced in court. Although lawyer to Atiku’s son, informed the court that the parties were making plans to settle the matter out of court, Bolori’s lawyer denied ever receiving any information to settle out of court.

Meanwhile, his ex-wife (Fatimo) was granted custody of the boy for 10 days. The court said after the 10 days, it would decide a permanent residence for the boy and his eight-year-old sister. The court, however, adjourned the case till November 1, for the determination of the full custody of the two children.

Thursday, 19 October 2017


Suspected kidnap kingpin, Evans has pleaded not guilty to the two-count charge of conspiracy and Kidnapping of one Dunu Donatus an offence allegedly committed in February  2017.

Evans had earlier pleaded guilty to the two-count charge at his arraignment on August 30, 2017. The court reconvened at 11.45am today and the amended charges have been read to all six defendants and they all pleaded “not guilty”.

The Prosecution has indicated their readiness to proceed with the trial. They have three witnesses in court to testify.

The suspect was arraigned alongside five others; Uche Amadi, Ogechi Izechuwku, Okechukwu Nwachukwu, Chilaka Ifeanyi and Victor Chukwunonso.

Following the plea of all six defendants, the Attorney General of Lagos State, Adeniji Kazeem, who led the prosecution, asked for a trial date and for all defendants to be remanded in prison custody.

With this, the Lagos State Government has amended the charges it filed against Evans and the five others. The Director of Public Prosecution, DPP Lagos State, Titilayo Shitta-Bey told Justice Hakeem Oshodi that the amendment relates only to the punishment section for the second charge.

The DPP also submitted that there is no material change in the nature of the offence which still remains conspiracy and the kidnap of one Dunu Donatus.


President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the payment of pension to soldiers, policemen and paramilitary officers involved in the civil war between 1967  till 1970.

The Pensions Transition Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) announced in a statement on Wednesday, sajd that the payment will commence on Friday, October 20, in Enugu .

“The general public would recall that Nigeria witnessed an ugly civil war between July 1967 and January 1970 and as a result of that unfortunate period in our history, some members of the armed forces, the Nigeria police and the paramilitary officers who took part with the secessionist were dismissed from the service,” the statement read.

“The dismissal of those officers was commuted to retirement in year 2000 through a presidential amnesty granted on 29th May, 2000 by the administration of the then President Olusegun Obasanjo, GCFR.

“A verification exercise was conducted for the pardoned officers by the defunct Police Pension Office and recently PTAD on one hand and the Police Service Commission on the other.

“Despite the presidential pardon and verification of these officers many of them remained unpaid years after the pardon. However, the present administration under the able leadership of president, C-in-C of the armed forces, Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, has graciously given approval for the payment of pension entitlements to these officers and their next of kin.

“PTAD is commencing the payment of pension benefits to the retired war affected police officers on Friday 20th October, 2017 in Enugu. 162 officers will be payrolled and 57 Next of Kin who have also not been paid their death benefits will be paid in the first batch.”


The youngest Olori of the Alaafin of Oyo, Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III, Olori Badirat Olaitan, strike a pose in new photos with her sons. Checkout the stunning photos below;


The management of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) has erected a billboard to announce the banning of immoral dressing including the muslim niqab, short skirt, etc.

They struck a big blow to her peaceful Muslim students and questioned their religious tenets around 12pm on Monday, 16th October, 2017, when the billboard of ban against the Niqab (face veil) worn by some Muslim females was erected.
At the sight of the board, different writings which angered Muslim students were seen flying all around the media condemning the act of the university for demeaning the image of Islam and it’s worshipers.
The picture of a Muslim lady in veil is placed clearly at the center of other immoral pictures of a tattooed lady, and of nude and immodest dressings.

It seems, although, that this alone could have passed a lot of hate messages from the school to the Muslim veil users, it is the writing contained in the board that was most alarming, “FUNAAB detests lousy/immoral dressing. The way you dress is the way you are addressed.”

Reports gathered are that on sighting the billboards, the Muslim students in the university got angry and almost put laws into their hands until the MSSN Amir intervened.

It was also learnt the some of the students, especially female Muslims burst into tears on sighting the billboard on the university campus and social media.

In an interview with a student, who maintained anonymity, it was gathered that there had been ‘several occurrences of injustice against the Muslim sisters long before now and recently, a circular which is unfavorable to the law-abiding sisters was circulated by the school.
He said:
“These sisters of ours have been victimized and have been trampled upon. I want to believe that the Christian Ruling University is bent on initiating a religious crisis because how on earth will it be accepted that one’s religion be tagged as immoral and lousy while represented among a series of obscene pictures?”


A Liberian woman, Kula Pelima , allegedly  drowned her infant son and his 5-year-old half brother in a bathtub hours after she called police and told them she was worried about being deported, a Delaware police chief said Tuesday.

Kula Pelima who has lived in the U.S. for two decades, called 911 about 3:45 a.m. Monday, fearing that her visa had lapsed. An officer visited her home early Monday and told her local authorities were not going to arrest her, the police chief said. The officer even gave Pelima an immigration hotline number to call, and observed the older boy doing well during the visit. .
Pelima called 911 again about 8:30 a.m. and said she had drowned her son, 4-month-old Solomon Epelle, and 5-year-old Alex Epelle. Pelima, 30, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and was being held on $2 million bond.
Pelima’s boyfriend, Victor Epelle, 38, the father of both boys, is a native of Nigeria. He was taken into custody by immigration authorities in Pennsylvania on September 14th. The couple lived together in Wilmington, and she helped care for both children, the police chief said. .
Epelle was in the United States legally, but he had violated the terms of his status, ICE said. It wasn’t immediately clear what he had done. He was released from custody Monday on humanitarian grounds after being notified of the deaths of his sons.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017


K1's daughter, Basirat Damilola posted this on Instagram, .... that Nigerian video vixens are so intimidated by controversial video vixen and Instagram celebrity Bernice Burgos, that they went into hiding when she was in Nigeria...