Wednesday, 23 April 2014
According to the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, the entertainer visited the victims at the Asokoro District Hospital, Abuja in company of the FCT Health Secretary, Dr Ademola Onakomaiya.
During his visit, D'banj said the government alone cannot do all that is required for peace to reign in the country.
"I am a Nigerian and I am affected by any tragedy that befalls us and particularly in the spirit of Easter, I came to show the victims support. I have seen that the survivors are responding positively to treatment and thanked the medical team here for the efforts.
"We are appealing to the perpetrators of these acts to have a rethink and support the peace initiative so that our people would not be subjected to such wickedness," he said.
Hmmm, now all the celebs wan dey visit the Abuja bomb blast victims. Shey na their church mind them dey use abi na media atention them dey find? Soon, Daddy showkey go visit make press for talk about am.
May His gentle soul rest in peace and make God give him family heart to bear the loss.
Monday, 21 April 2014
He has since been rushed out of the camp and is now responding to treatment at the undisclosed hospital he was rushed to.
According to Dailypost, a reliable source said "Pastor Kumuyi could not take the morning Faith Clinic on Saturday because of his health condition. He broke down during the ongoing retreat and was rushed to the hospital, he is currently under treatment.
"We were told to pray for his strength, which we have been doing, but he didn't minister throughout yesterday, a development which has sent every member panicking."
A dependable source in the church told Daily Post exclusively. He said there's tension in the camp over the health of Kumuyi who broke down during the programme entitled: 'Living in His Victory and Destined to Win.'
May God grant him a speedy recovery as na that same body him dey use do God work.
Wetin una think? Make him do am abi make him cancel am.
Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan, who made the disclosure in his Easter message to Deltans at the First Baptist Church, Warri, said teenagers from ages 15 to 18 belong to the sect named Yansh, and live in rented apartments close to Enerhen Junction, Warri, where men come to sleep with them.
He said: "These are our sons and men come to sleep with them. It is through the Edu Marshals Programme that we discovered them. We used to know about female harlots, now we have male harlots. Unfortunately they are young boys. There is much government can do, but there is more we can do as parents."
Uduaghan talk say the country dey really go upside down but talk say parents must shine eyes well well make them for fit see any changes wey wan happpen to their children make them for fit correct them.
Homo people dey vex o, so them done get homo ashawo? Chai, make God come save us before the world scatter.
Sunday, 20 April 2014
Presenting the money on behalf of Odemwengie, Mr Austin Uwagboe, said the donation was part of Osazee's appreciation to the club that made him who he is today.
Receiving the donation, the sole administrator of the club, Austin Eguavoen, commended the footballer for his contribution to the growth of the club.
Eguavoen called on well-meaning Edo people and former Insurance players to emulate Odemwingie in coming to the assistance of the club.
It would be recalled that Odemwingie had earlier in the month donated sets of jeseys and other training kits to Bendel insurance.
Well, him try o. But o me and my big mouth, the money small o. Sha, my people talk say at all at all na him bad pass.
How long have you been married?
2shotz: We have been married for a year. We got married April 12, 2013.
How did you meet?
Precious: I met him on Twitter. I can't remember who followed who first, but I remember he put up a picture of his apartment and I commented without knowing who he was. He thanked me and we got talking. We moved the conversation from Twitter to phone, then to Skype. I was in Ireland, came to Nigeria for Christmas and we met in person.
2shotz: I went to see her at a restaurant in Ajao Estate, Lagos. We had been talking on phone for a while before then. We ate, I went to drop her at home. Her family and friends knew who I was. Apparently, she did not know me until they started to hail me. Later, we went to a bar, had drinks there and we just clicked. It was not planned neither did I have it in mind that this was what I wanted to do. At that time, I was not trying to be in a relationship.
What were the qualities that attracted you to him?
Precious: I was eating when he walked in for our first date and I was put off by his bald head and beard. People say guys with such looks are not good and I felt was trouble. Even though I had seen him in pictures, seeing him up close was quite different. But I found him to be very sweet.
2shotz: I like dark-skinned women and like I said earlier, I was not looking for a relationship. She is dark-skinned and her attitude was nothing like that of the average girl. What really got me was when we went to church for the crossover service and there was a prayer point about getting husbands and wives. While the prayer was going on, I was not praying but she held my hand and prayed. Nobody had ever done that to me.
How long did you date?
2shotz: We did not date for too long.
How have you coped with fame?
Precious: When I found out who he was, I was not exactly comfortable with it. First of all, he was not my ideal man. In my line of work as a medical scientist, I was looking for a guy who had a nine-to-five job. But I fell in love. Besides, you don't always get what you want, not because it is not right for you but because God has other plans for you. I was not looking for an artiste because my father is one. He played with Oliver De Coque and my mother used to tell me stories of how he changed women.
At some point we broke up and some of his close relations and manager talked to me on why I should not walk out of the relationship. When we first met, he had so many girls around him and I wondered where my place was in the multitude. As far as coping with his stardom is concerned, I just go with the flow. It's fun and I get to meet a lot of celebrities. I take pictures with them and my friends in Ireland think I am living the life in Nigeria.
How would you describe being married?
Precious: It has been good and different because you have this person who is always telling you what to do. It took me time to get used to having to submit wholly. In Ireland, I started making my own money at age 16 and by the time I was 18, I had my own apartment. I had become used to being independent.
You had to relocate to Nigeria…
Precious: It was not an easy decision because my family is in Ireland and I miss them. I am glad I am here for a good reason and learning to be a wife. It's great to be together in one place.
What has marriage taught you?
2shotz: I have learnt a lot of things they just never tell you. There is no interesting thing about being married except for the companionship and it saves you some money. You no longer have to eat out and you don't have to spend money on a couple of girls. Now, it's just your wife. It also prevents you from doing some things that are either promiscuous or unnecessary.
When you quarrel, who is the first to apologise?
2shotz: Anybody apologises.
Precious: It is not anybody. He is stubborn and does not believe he is wrong. He thinks because he is older than I am, he is never wrong. His favourite sentence to me is, 'I am telling you this because I have the experience.'
Is there anything you would like to change about each other?
2shotz: Her mouth. You know how women talk, they are never satisfied.
Precious: That I don't like certain things about him does not mean I can't live with it. But I will like him to be less stubborn. He is an Igbo man who is deeply rooted in the Igbo culture which makes him think in a certain way. At times, he is not willing to bend the rules just to make it happen. I am just learning the values and tradition of my people.
Hmmmm, so now no be 2go and facebook again, na love on twitter. Well, thank God say no be for commet box them meet.
John Dumelo, welcome to Lagos. Soon, na okada yo go enter cos of traffic.
God go really help us. All these terrorist and suicide bombers wey wan make Naija their house, God no go allow them rest.
If Naija celebs fit copy Iyanya, relief go reach all the victims sharp sharp.
As the former Senior Special Assistant to the administration in Imo State on Entertainment Matters, will you love to serve if given an opportunity under the incumbent government?
The answer to this is dependent on my predisposition, and I don't put such response in the public domain. But honestly speaking, I do embrace every opportunity to serve the people, but when the philosophy, ideology and beliefs of any administration are not in consonance with mine, I find it difficult to function. As for this administration in my state, I want to state it categorically that I will not want to serve in any capacity because we do not have the same philosophy and ideology.
You were quoted as saying that, being a comedian pays more than an actor in the movie industry in Nigeria. How?
An A- list stand-up comedian today in Nigeria earns more than an actor in the movie industry, that's a fact. Forget about the glamour, the pictures or mansions you see, I speak as an authority.
Aside the entertainment industry, that is, comedy and acting, which area would you love to give a try?
I would rather love to stay in my area of strength, and maximize it. As a graduate of Agricultural engineering, I can function in sectors like agriculture, engineering, among others. In life, it is needful to always give your best to that which you see as being your area of strength and develop on it.
Hmmm, so basketmouth get money pass Geneveieve? I pray o. Well, everybody get their mouth, so make them talk wetin them like.
Here's what the source, an industry person who knows what's been going on, told Linda Ikeji:
"Yes they fought this week. Peter even left a mark on Paul's left eye. But the fight wasn't during rehearsal, which rehearsal? Peter has refused to do anything P-Square for weeks now. Forget that he was at his brother's wedding, things are not good between them right now. They were even invited to perform at president Jonathan's wedding but they didn't go.
Peter wants out. He said Paul and Jude are sidelining him. That if they push out 200 songs, 199 would be songs Paul did. That people are now calling him a dancer in P-Square. Peter is really angry. He's even the cool and friendly one between the brothers but he is not himself right now. And then he accused his brother Jude of disrespecting his wife. Peter and Jude haven't spoken in weeks. Peter said Jude has been disrespecting Lola for years and he was done tolerating the BS. In fact Peter said that not only is Lola older than Jude, but that she's also pregnant and Jude was upsetting a pregnant woman. If you notice Jude didn't attend their wedding last year despite the fact that he was in Nigeria. Jude asked Peter why he didn't marry Lola when their mother was alive. Jude said it's his wife that is pushing him and they will need to pray for him. In fact nobody in the Okoye family likes Lola and they didn't support the marriage. The brothers
are really angry at each other. The police is even involved. This week, either the commissioner of police or someone from his office visited their house.
The worst part is that they have invited lawyer to come and share property o. They want to share everything. The lawyer was at their house I think on Thursday. Peter said no more P-Square joint ventures. You know they own everything together, including a house in Omole, Parkview and Atlanta. Except something is done fast P-Square is about to be finished. But I know that people have been intervening and begging them to reconsider, that they are the biggest musical duo in Africa. Nobody will benefit if they split. The power to make money is in their togetherness.
It is Jude people are begging to keep the brothers together, but after what he tweeted yesterday, it may truly be over for P-Square. Jude has really tried for his brothers, for him to give up may mean it's over for them. He practically put his entire life on hold for his brothers. Even sold his first car to shoot their first video but all that is about go come to an end like he tweeted. The only thing that can save the situation is if by a miracle Jude and Lola settle their differences but I don't see that happening.
Hmmm, na so d'banj and Don jazy take waka. Like play like play. But if them must seperate, make them no use fight do am. Make them use sense do am o.
If not for comedy, basketmouth for be bonga fish.