Sunday, May 26, 2013

I never dated Ice Prince I don’t have a boyfriend-Yvonne Nwosu

That’s what she said during an interview with the Punch. But what do you think of the picture…. Two people in bed with one looking sleepy? Definitely not doing anything….  “Ice Prince is just my friend. It has always been that way. It does not matter if I put up pictures. I could put up pictures of anybody. I never said anything, next minute people were saying I’m dating him. I never said anything. I don’t have a boyfriend, he is just my friend. *  why You didn’t debunk the rumours:  Me? You think I have time for Lagos? You think I want to go out there and talk? I don’t have time. I have better things to do, I’ll not go on Twitter and say it’s a lie. Say whatever you want to say, it is my life. I don’t do that. *  Did the rumours make you feel bad?  No, I did not feel bad. He is a good looking guy so why will I feel bad? Do they want to dash me boyfriend? I did not feel bad at all, I let everything be. Ok nah but as for me two people in bed can’t be just friends ...

Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran now living together… agai

Karrueche Tran has moved into Chris  Brown’s  Hollywood Hills home and are full-on living together … TMZ reports. They hooked up after Brown and Rihanna broke up just a few days before his 24th birthday earlier this month. TMZ reports: Though she’s keeping her own apartment — smart — she’s already  moved most of her clothes and other personal belongings to his pad. And  it’s not like they’ve been secretive … they’ve been spotted everywhere lately,  hitting up the Billboard Awards after party and even rear-ending a Mercedes together. Karrueche’s one persistent scorned lover — when Chris  first dumped her back in October for Rihanna  — she vowed to win him back, as TMZ  first reported. So where does this leave Rihanna? RiRi and  Breezy officially called it quits a few weeks ago … but they’ve ALWAYS had an on-again, off-again relationship … and Chris has made it no secret — he loves ‘em both.  Seriously enough with the drama, its getting old.

Friday, May 24, 2013

Samklef Ft. Olamide - Suwe Remix [Official Video]

Lil wayne signs Paris Hilton to his music label (YMCMB)

Lil Wayne confirmed yesterday that he has signed the 32-year-old heiress to his label, Young Money Entertainment. Paris will release new music this summer under the label.

Paris has been rolling with the Cash Money crew for a while now. She released a song with Wayne in December 2012 titled "Last Night," and also appeared in the Rich Gang's video for "Tapout," alongside Cash Money all-stars Lil Wayne, Birdman, Mack Maine and Nicki Minaj.

Lebanese man arrested for kidnapping in Lagos

A 23 year old Lebanese man has been arrested by police in Lagos for kidnapping his 61 year old aunt, Alhaja Essa Dannawi. Mohammed Dannawi (pictured above) conspired with a former employee of his aunt, Obi Kwentua, (pictured above) to kidnap the woman on May 2nd at her home in Ebute Meta, Lagos.

Mohammed, who later confessed to the crime, told police during interrogation that he didn't kidnap his aunt because of money but to punish her because she offended him and his wife. He said:
“My aunty did something very bad to my wife and I and so I decided to punish her. I met with Obi (Kwentua) and told him that I wanted my aunty kidnapped. I gave him the spare key to her house and he in turn hired some boys to do the work. On the day of the operation, I left the house and five guys stormed the place and took my aunty away. The plan was not to demand money from her, it was just punishment.”
Punish your own relation by kidnapping her? Wow! Continue reading...

After the kidnapping, the kidnappers demanded N100m ransom from the woman's family but later agreed to collect N4m. It was during negotiations with the kidnappers that Mohammed confessed to being behind the kidnap and with his co-operation the police were able to arrest one of the suspects, Obi Kwentua when he came to collect the N4million ransom from relatives of the victim at Rita Lori Hotel in Surulere.

Essa Dannawi was later released while Mohammed and Kwentua were arrested.

20 priceless lessons to learn from Chelsea FC players Torres, Oscar, Mata, and Nigeria’s own Victor Moses

Dream the Blues Ambassadors (From left), Fernando Torres, Victor Moses, Juan Mata, and Oscar and his interpreter at the press conference at the Chelsea Training Camp at Cobham, UK on May 17, 2013
A day off their UEFA Europa Cup win Fernando Torres, Victor Moses, Juan Mata, and Oscar – the four ambassadors of the Samsung-Chelsea FC Dream the Blues Campaign sat down to a press conference at the Chelsea Football Club Training Ground at Cobham, UK on May 17, 2013. Present at the event were media from seven countries – Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Thailand, China, Brazil, and Mexico. Nigeria was represented exclusively by YNaija and the event was anchored by Jason Cundy and the Chelsea FC stars opened up on a range of issues from Torres’ hairstyle decisions, their childhood football heroes, and how dreams come true.
[READ: 12 young lives changed forever as Samsung-Chelsea FC hold the Dream the Blues Campaign in London]
In addition to cutting the picture of uncommon humility, the four Dream the Blues Ambassadors left us with 20 life-lessons that could prove invaluable to young footballers and, in deed, everyone.
1. No matter what you achieve, always seek to improve on your best performance. (Juan Mata)
JASON CUNDY:  And, Juan, you have had a fantastic last couple of years.  FA Cup, Europa League and Champions League and back to back Player of the Year.  You must have loved your time here at Chelsea?
MATA:  Thank you, yes, it is true.  The last two years have for me have been amazing, winning the trophies.  The last night for me was special winning the Player of the Year Award.  I am happy here, this football, this city and the only thing I want is to improve.
2. It is possible to fulfill all your dreams (Oscar)
JASON CUNDY:  Oscar, as a young footballer growing up what were your dreams and have you achieved any of those so far?
OSCAR:  I am very happy.  I managed to fulfill all my dreams.  I am playing in one of the best clubs in Europe, I am very happy.
3. Sowing seeds into young people can make a world of difference (Fernando Torres)
JASON CUNDY:  Fernando, how does it feel having to help some of these young kids fulfill their dreams?
TORRES:  It is wonderful to have the chance to play with kids. I think the chances that Samsung and Chelsea Football Club give to them are huge.  I wish to have this chance when I was a kid.  It was difficult for me even to find a football pitch or a space to play football.
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Jason Cundy directing a question at Juan Mata at the Dream the Blues press conference in Cobham, UK
4. Your dreams are not far away; persistence and hard work are key to achieving them (Fernando Torres)
TORRES:  So they had the chance to play, great facility, time with the players they are watching and need to be.  So they can realise they can become a footballer and their dreams can come true.  It is not far away.  It is just they have to keep trying and enjoying and working so hard.
5. Enjoying what you do is essential to success (Juan Mata)
JASON CUNDY:  What are the benefits you think they can take from this?
MATA:  We said to them when you are a kid you have to enjoy playing football.  You have to try to improve and work hard but at this age you have to enjoy, and feel happy going to the training camp, going to every single game.  I think it is the most important thing for them and they realise that they are happy when they are playing football.
6. Keep on working hard and you’ll succeed at what you do (Victor Moses)
JASON CUNDY:  This question is to Victor, what advice would you give to children who want to pursue a football career?
MOSES:  The only advice I can give them is just keep working hard.  As a young footballer if you keep working hard you will see yourself at the top, no matter what, wherever you are going to be.  I say, young kids growing up, you have to keep working on it, enjoy your football.  As Mata said that is the most important thing.  Whenever you are on the pitch the most important thing is enjoy yourself.
7. Play the game to win (Oscar)
JASON CUNDY:  This question is to Oscar, it is from Mexico.  With a professional footballer as a role model what responsibilities do you feel by playing in one of the most important teams in the world?
OSCAR:  I feel very happy.  I am aware of our responsibility.  We play to win and you have to work very hard but, as Mata said, you have to enjoy.  You have to enjoy because we are not playing only for England, we are playing for the whole world.
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8. Nothing beats a real-life preview (experience) of a possible future (Fernando Torres)
TORRES:  Yes, it was really fun to work with the kids on the Dream the Blues Campaign with my team mates and the final result is great, I think.  It is a clear example of something we had when we were kids. Dreaming of doing what the people you are watching on TV, and dreaming that you are one of them and playing with them. I think one of the big things for the kids today is the same thing we want to say in the Dream the Blues advert. Your dream is not far away, it is real. They are training in the same place as us, training with us, so one day hopefully they can be the big players and some kids come and they can share the experience with them.

9. The torch is always passed on; whether you realize it or not, you are handing something down to the generation after you (Fernando Torres)
JASON CUNDY:  A long time ago were you that boy in the bed dreaming about playing?
TORRES:  To be honest, when I was a kid I had plenty of posters of many of my heroes and my idols.
JASON CUNDY:  Who were they?
TORRES:  Some of the former Atletico Madrid players.  I remember Batistuta, Thierry Henry poster, Raul, many other footballers.  I wanted to be like them.  So I think for the kids like them maybe they have some poster of us in their rooms, so maybe, or hopefully one day they can be the players on the posters, and some kids they get them on the wall, and they can join with them.  I think it is a very real situation what we want to explain in the Dream the Blues advert.
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Aziza Uko, Editor at Large at YNaija asking Juan Mata a question, in blue jacket is Usman Imanah, Head of Media Relations at Samsung Electronics West Africa
10. In every field of life, there’s a universal language that everyone understands. In football, there’s no language more than the ball (Juan Mata)
JASON CUNDY:  Juan, there are lots of different players in the Chelsea squad from various different countries and cultural backgrounds.  How do you guys communicate amongst yourselves because there are so many different languages?
MATA:  With a ball.  That is true, we have so many players from, for example, Brazil, Portugal, Africa, and obviously we speak in English.  We try to speak in English.  But to be honest the Spanish, we speak to each other in Spanish, the Portuguese in Portuguese, but I think, as I said, when we are, or when we feel really comfortable speaking on the pitch with a ball.  In football there is no language more than the ball.
11. In the game, the most important thing is to score a goal (Victor Moses)
JASON CUNDY:  This question is from China to Victor, it says what kind of qualities should an outstanding player have?
MOSES:  You should have a lot technically — like, the most important thing is to score goals.  Defenders can score goals as well, even goalies can score goals as well.  So, yeah, it is easy to get technique and then the most important thing is working hard and training and then trying to improve in anything that you want to do as a footballer and when it is time for games so it is a lot easier for you to actually do when you want to play a game.
12. A father’s example is just about the strongest a man can have (Juan Mata)
MEDIA FROM THAILAND:  This question is to Juan. Congrats on the award.  I want to know, like, when you were a kid who was your role model or the hero player that you look up to?
MATA:  Well, first of all, my father was a football player.  I used to look up for him.  I remember going to his dressing room, sharing the moment with his team mates, going to the stadium to watch him with my mother and my sister.  So he was the first person I ever look up to.  After that players like Aimar, Zidane, Ronaldinho, for me one of the best in the history.
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Members of the media capture the Chelsea stars on their Samsung mobile devises at the press conference
13. Hard work is important, but even more important is to show your quality when it really counts (Victor Moses)
JASON CUNDY:  Most people don’t think footballers work that hard but to get in your guys’ position there are years and years of hard work that go unrecognised and even go unseen.
MOSES:  No, to be a footballer you definitely have to work hard as a footballer.  The most important thing is to keep on training and improving in any areas you think to do that.  When it comes to games it is for you to show your quality.
14. Something you enjoy doing as a hobby, could very well transform into a profession (Fernando Torres)
JASON CUNDY:  This question here is to Fernando.  How were you discovered as a footballer? At what age were you identified?
TORRES:  Well, to be honest, as Mata said before, for me enjoying is the key.  So when I played my first game as a professional, that was when I realised I could be a professional footballer. So I never saw playing as a professional as a target, per say, or had any extra pressure to become a professional player. I was enjoying playing with my team mates, they were my friends.  When I was 17, I played my first game as a professional and it was then I realized, I am already here. So, I have been working so hard but enjoying the game at the same time. I never felt the pressure.  So maybe after to play four or five games in the row I realise I can be part of the team and then I said maybe that could be my profession but always at the same time a hobby, something to enjoy.
15. You don’t have to be exactly like your hero; be you and you can still succeed (Victor Moses)
JASON CUNDY:  This question is from Nigeria, for Victor. Who are your favourite footballers and why?
MOSES:  Growing up as a kid I always had a hero and I always watched French football when I was little, and his name was Zidane.  I admired him a lot, one of the best footballers we have ever seen in Europe.  He was a great player before he retired, so he was my hero.
JASON CUNDY:  Do you try to model any parts of your game on him?
MOSES:  No, I always want to learn things from him as a young kid growing up.  He is a great player.
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16. No story of greatness is told without a mother (Juan Mata)
JASON CUNDY:  Is it different, Juan, in Spain as it is in England how kids are spotted?  Scouts go out to watch football games at a young age?
MATA:  No, it is the same, it is the same.  Like in England we have very good academies with good training grounds.  As Fernando said before the kids today are so lucky, having this amazing dressing rooms, pitches.  I remember when I was a kid my mum used to say to me “I always have to wash your clothes, they are so dirty.”  But today, lucky, most of the pitches are from artificial grass so it is better for the kids to improve.  I think in Spain as in England and in Europe in general I think there are a lot of quality in the little kids.
17. To succeed you have to understand a new environment and learn to adapt to it (Juan Mata)
MEDIA FROM NIGERIA:  My question is for Mata.  Having made a move from La Liga, what have been the major differences in the English Premier League and how was your transition?
MATA:  Well, to be honest, it is different, the English football from the Spanish one.  I think here in England you need to be stronger.  I am not.  But you need to and you need to change your playing in a way.  The defenders are stronger, the football is more physical.  There are some points in the game where it gets really crazy and you have to run box to box, so physically you have to be ready.  I think for players like me, with my conditions, I really like to play in this football because maybe you find some gaps that in Spanish football is harder to find.  I think that is why I am really enjoying this football.
18. A true star always acknowledges his team mates; he knows that his light shines brighter because he plays close to them (Victor Moses)
JASON CUNDY:  You were at Crystal Palace and Wigan before you came to Chelsea.  How different is it playing for Chelsea than Wigan and Crystal Palace?
MOSES:  It is a lot different. The players that Chelsea has are a lot different from the players that Wigan and Crystal Palace have got as well.  Making the big step and it means a lot to me and playing along side Fernando Torres and Juan Mata and Oscar, it has really meant a lot to me.  They are great players and it is an honour to play alongside them.
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19. Stay hungry and it’ll help you to keep on improving (Juan Mata)
JASON CUNDY:  This question is for Juan from Nigeria, what do you put down your fantastic figures this season, assists, and goals scored on the back of last season, you seem to be getting better and better, what do you put that down to?
MATA:  I think it is just work and I try to be better.  I am still hungry, I think I can improve in many ways in my play and the only thing I want is getting better and next season hopefully I can improve these stats.
JASON CUNDY:  Another Player of the Year next year?
MATA:  I will try, why not?  I will try, I will try.
20. When faced with a stronger and bigger opponent, look for the gaps in his play and capitalise on them (Juan Mata)
JASON CUNDY:  Mata and Juan, the same question to you because, again, the physicality of the Premier League is very different to La Liga but you guys seem to deal with it.  Were you prepared for it?
MATA:  The gym.  We do the gym.
JASON CUNDY:  You seem to rise to the challenges and seem to be able to deal with the physicality of the Premier League?
MATA:  Players like Oscar and me we have to try and avoid defenders in our way, we have to think before them and be ready for the — for the strong, but they are.  So we have to try to find the gaps between them, between the other players and I think the English football let us to do it because sometimes there are so many spaces.

Boko Haram: 90 women and children to be freed from detention

About 90 women and children are believed to be among the first batch of people to be released in connection with activities of the Boko Haram sect.
On Tuesday, President Goodluck Jonathan had released a statement asking the Defence Headquarters to release some terror suspects from detention, especially the women and children.
The motive behind the release was said to send a signal to Boko Haram that the Federal Government had not foreclosed the option of amnesty as a solution to the insurgency and this was the first phase of the presidential directive on release.
“I can say that between 90 and 100 women and children would benefit from the first phase of the exercise. We are not keen on detaining anybody and we cannot disobey the order of the commander-in-chief. Whenever we get the order to release any detainee, we will do so,” a top Defence source reportedly told the Punch Newspaper.
According to reports, the unidentified source said that with the decision to set free the women and children, the government expected the sect to accept the offer of dialogue, adding that more detainees would be released from time to time based on the outcome of the negotiations between the Presidential Committee on Dialogue and Reconciliation and the insurgents.
[READ: Why Jonathan ordered the release of Boko Haram suspects – Doyin Okupe ]
“Others will be released later but I think everything depends on the outcome of the negotiations between the Amnesty Committee and the militants. You know, this thing is political, so it is difficult to put a number to all the people that would benefit from the exercise,” the source said.
The Director of Defence Information, Brig.-Gen. Chris Olukolade said:
“Consequent upon the directive of the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria, the Defence Headquarters will be releasing from detention a number of persons being held in connection with terrorist activities.
“The move is in furtherance of the Federal Government position in response to requests by the Presidential Committee on Dialogue and Reconciliation.
“The measure which is in line with presidential magnanimity to enhance peace efforts in the country will result in freedom for suspects including all women under custody.”
The Punch reports:
Meanwhile, Amnesty International has urged the Federal Government not to use the state of emergency in the North-East  zone as an excuse to commit human rights violations.
The international organisation, in a statement on Thursday by its Deputy Director for Africa, Lucky Freeman, said many people had been killed and arrested since the state of emergency was declared.
It said, “President Goodluck Jonathan must order the military to respect human rights and the rule of law; the military is not above the law.
“The government has an obligation to ensure the safety of all Nigerians, firstly by addressing the attacks from Boko Haram, but also by eliminating the human rights violations carried out by the very state security forces who are supposed to provide protection.
“Several people have reportedly been killed and hundreds arrested since a state of emergency was declared in the northern states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe on  May 14. The military reportedly claim those targeted are suspected members of Boko Haram.”
But Olukolade denied the AI’s allegations.
He said, “The allegation is untrue, unfair, malicious and unfounded. You cannot describe somebody found in a terrorist camp or in such an environment as indiscriminate arrest.
“This is the mindset of people who have made up their mind to discredit the military and this ongoing operation. The operation was planned with adequate consideration of the citizens’ rights.
“It is unfair, malicious. Untrue and I must say that we have done very well in this operation. We have observed the rules of engagement.”
The President had on May 14 declared  a state of emergency in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states with the aim of flushing out members of the Boko Haram sect.
At least, 2,400 people have fled the region for neighbouring Niger Republic, according to a statement released on Tuesday by the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Nkiru Okoye: 7 (sure-fire) signs that your wedding planner is straight from hell

Nkiru Okoye Superblogger
When the planner starts making decisions or recommendations that is above and beyond your budget, blatantly disregarding it, she is a wedding planner from hell.
With horrible tales about bad wedding planners floating around, it is better to be at alert to know whether or not to fire your current wedding planner. Below are sure fire signs that you may have bagged that wedding planner from hell.
She is remotely familiar with your husband to be
Your wedding planner waltz into the room and she goes “Oh! my God, so it’s your wedding?” while giving your fiance a big hug. Ditch her. You do not want a “Mary Fiore” situation (cue Jennifer Lopez’ character in the movie The Wedding Planner). If you cannot make a quick connection as to how they know each other and all they can offer is that vague “I know his brother’s sister’s cousin’s girlfriend”. You may have to be careful, she might be an ex flame or a friend of his ex. Too close for comfort huh? Better to be safe than sorry.
She tries to force feed her own ideas on you
“I want lighting and florals at my wedding”‘, “No it’s too cheesy why not have drapery instead?” “But I hate drapery”.”For real? You can’t not have a drapery at your wedding I mean who does that?” If this pretty much sounds like a conversation between you and your planner it may be time to ditch her. Many planners especially the single ones try to vicariously plan their wedding through yours hence unknowingly force their ideas on you. It is the job of a planner to make your ideas come to life. Nothing more, nothing less.
She lacks communication etiquette
Okay, based on a recommendation from a friend, you have called up a wedding planner, had a meeting with her and have done all the preliminaries. Then all of a sudden you are unable to reach her phone and she calls you up 2 weeks later. It is likely that this will go on throughout the planning process so why not save yourself the added unnecessary stress. A wedding planner must be prompt with phone calls and emails.
Your creative juices are worlds apart
If this is the case then you have a lot on your plate especially if it is a ‘day of co-ordinator’. You will have no time to check the goings on at your wedding and if your creative juices aren’t in sync there will be a problem. Imagine having a planner that is used to planning 70 year old owambes,and the direction of your wedding is to focus on the couple, the first dance and all the beautiful romance, you may have to start calling the shots from your head table when the juju live band will not stop playing. Also if your plannner is a prude and you and your husband are fun and flirty you may run into problems. You will figure out after the first few conversations if your levels of creativity are at par. Make sure to ask plenty questions.
 She doesn’t care about your budget
 A good planner must work with your budget no matter how big or small it is. If she feels the budget is too small, she shouldn’t take on the job in the first place.When the planner starts making decisions or recommendations that is above and beyond your budget, blatantly disregarding it, she is a wedding planner from hell.
She is not up to speed with the current trends
So your bobo has finally popped the question and you can’t help but stare at that beautiful diamond ring every 5 seconds. Naturally, most women at this point begin to stalk wedding sites looking for inspiration, saving pictures, pinning the “pinnables” and getting up to speed with the latest in wedding trends. If your wedding planner cannot differentiate between chiavari and plastic chairs, it is time to ditch her. A wedding planner must be up to date and innovative.
 She makes decisions without consulting you
 So you are considering whether to use that photographer that your wedding planner recommended or the one that did your sister’s wedding and your wedding planner calls you to say she has already paid for a photographer. Ditch her with a capital “D” . A good wedding planner must get the bride’s approval for every single detail, no matter how minute it is.
Nkiru “MizVuitton’” Okoye is a legal practitioner and a freelance writer. A lover of weddings and a die-hard romantic, she blogs passionately about weddings at

Unbelievable! Never Before Seen Pic Of Cossy Orjiakor

It took me some seconds to recognize Cossy. Good to see her all covered up and looking good.

I Rape Elderly Women Because Young Girls Refuse To Date Me-Apprehended Rapist

Nnanna Osondu is a young man with all the appetites of his age mates. But he would rather satisfy his sexual appetite, which he described as “large” with elderly women whom he raped. Why? “None of these young girls around is ready to befriend me,” he claimed.
Nnanna Osondu of Opi community in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State recently stunned security operatives and other inhabitants of the agrarian community when he revealed his delight in raping elderly women.

Rape, though an abominable act, is commonly practised among people of sexually active age, but for Osondu, his delight and taste is for women far past menopause. Osondu, said to be in his early 30s, does no serious work for a living. It was reported that he had approached several young women in the community for friendship, but none reciprocated. So, he neither has a wife nor is he courting any one at the moment.

He could not even afford the ‘luxury’ of an hour with a call girl. Still, he wanted to satisfy his sexual urge. In meeting his desire for sex, Osondu resorted to raping elderly women whom he later claimed were better than many young girls around. But having carnal knowledge of these elderly women, many old enough to be his grandmother, did not come cheap.

Osondu reportedly scouts round the community in the day time, for his prey, and once he gets them, he goes after them at night. Since the alleged rapist could not lure these elderly women with any material item, he reportedly threatened them with a knife he usually concealed in his trousers.

Apart from threatening to kill the elderly women should they refuse him sex, Osondu also carefully selected those women who live alone in their homes.

For months now, Osondu had successfully raped about a dozen elderly women whose age averaged 60 years old. Luck, however, ran out on Osondu Tuesday, last week, when a victim rebuffed his threat to kill her and managed to raise the alarm which drew the attention of passersby. That was around 4:30p.m on a bush path in the community.

It was reported that a day before Osondu planned to carry out his crime against the fair-skinned elderly woman, he had visited the woman pretending to want to buy an item from her.

The woman was reportedly alone at the time Osondu visited her. With the knowledge of the woman going to the market the following day to get some items into her shop, the rapist traced her to the market.

But on her way from the market, he reportedly waylaid the woman at a nearby bush brandishing his knife at the woman, and then asking her for sex. The woman, identity concealed, rebuffed his death threats and started shouting at the top of her voice hoping to attract attention.

The woman soon got help from other villagers returning from the market, who surrounded Osondu and gave him some beating before he was handed over to law enforcement agents. Osondu was later transferred to the Enugu State Criminal Investigations Department where he is reportedly cooperating with the police.

When confronted with the allegation that he was using the women for rituals, Osondu denied the allegation, but claimed that he only ‘used’ the women to satisfy his sexual urge.

“It is not true that I use the women for ritual. The truth is that I have a big appetite for sex and none of these young girls around is ready to befriend me. So I resolve to going for the elderly women,” he said.

Narrating his modus operandi, Osondu continued, “I always get the women in the night or in the bush mostly when they were returning from the market. If anyone wanted to resist me, I only use the knife to threaten them so that they can let me have my way. I never harm them with the knife.

The truth is that young ladies in this town make life difficult for you once you do not have money to spend on them,” he said. Ebere Amaraizu, Enugu State Police Command spokesman, who confirmed the incident, thanked members of the community for apprehending the suspect.

Wonders! Bizarre Masturbation Lounge Opens In Japan

I have heard of many funny themed lounges in Japan and China in recent times but this by far, is the most bizarre of all.
According to reports, a new type of lounge opened in Japan recently, which caters to womens' 'needs'.
A women-only bar is stocked with colorful masturbation sèx toys, and becomes a hot new thing in Japan.
Love Joule, a "love and sèx bar dedicated to women," aims to promote a comfortable environment in which ladies can "openly discuss masturbatiôn", perhaps with the help of a cocktail or two. "Since most people see female masturbatiôn as something of a mystery or taboo, it is not a normal discussion in the typical bars," the owner, Megumi Nakagawa told a reporter.
Behind the bar at Love Joule are bright candy-colored vibrators and lubricants. There is also a selection of bottles of champagne and liquor. The bar, which opened in July in Tokyo's Shibuya district, is beyond the reach of men, unless accompanied by a woman.
It's about fashion and sèx in a different kind of space perfect for girls-only conversations or a date," Nakagawa said, according to the reporter in Tokyo. The bar has already become popular among the stars of the adult film industry in Japan, citing X-rated actress Mine Nayuka as a customer, the local newspaper reported.
What is the world turning to o?!

Popular Nigerian Music TV Presenter In Sex Tape Scandal

According to new reports making rounds on the internet, a TV music presenter whose name starts with 'M' is allegedly involved in a sex tape scandal.
See how it is been reported below:
Rumors making the rounds now is the unpleasant story of a popular Nigerian TV presenter in a Séx tapé with her lover. The tapé which apparently “léaked” is the new topic gone viral now.
The media personality is a well-known talented, dark skinned lady who presents at a popular Music TV channel, a regular on the red carpet and bodily endowed.
Every day we come across those who don’t seem to give a hoot about anything. They believe in having fun, and having it with no limit. Anything goes seems to be their lingo. Most of this set, live their life on the edge, believe you only live once so why not enjoy to the ultimate.
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 She is a popular hostess on a cable network, hosting a musical show who always holds her audience spellbound by her delivery. Not too tall, very shapely with big eye balls, she looks like an angel, but with the tinge of a she-devil hidden under the facáde, she sounds like ‘champagne’, we are not talking ‘Brut or Rose’ here and seems connected to the family of a former ruler, at least by her second name.

Until the advent of this totally ráunchy séx tapé, one wouldn’t have thought she was capable of this debáuchery. On the leaked tapé that is around now, it was obvious that she and her partnér were both in the know of the récording.

The sad part of the mess is now that, what they thought was done in secret, has come into the public purview.

Now their secret tapé has gotten into some hands and its not certain how the séx tapé got leaked.

A source in the know who pleaded anonymity is quoted to have said about the sex tape
It’s her but it’s an old video, it was shot years back. I wonder why they are bringing it up again.’

Open Letter To Afrocandy: You Have Brought Shame To Igbo Land

For some days now, controversial actress-cum-singer, Judith Opara Mazagwu better known as Afrocandy has been in the news for her unclad movie. While she has been lambasted by many people, the actress has shown an 'I don't care attitude' to her critics. 
One of them wrote this letter to Nigeriafilms showing 'his' anger at the Igbo-lady, who has allegedly brought shame to them.
See the letter after the cut.
Dear Judith Opara Mazagwu,
Whenever I eventually meet you the daring she-d** in person, I shall ask effusively: “Nwanne nwanyi, I bu onye Igbo?” If your answer is affirmative, I shall yell: “Tufia!!!” to high heavens and probe further: “Nna gi na nne gi, ha bu cha ndigbo? Is your father and mother originally Igbos?” If you, the architect of w**re-llywood, return a negative answer, I shall heave the deepest sigh of relief and dance with reckless abandon. I shall wail with anguish if your parents are truly of the noble Igbo stock.
Opara’s daughter, what has the Igbos, who pride their women in purity, decorum and royalty done to you? What has Ikemba’s people done to deserve the putrid essence you displayed in that raunchy movie trailer? The dignity of womanhood, you desecrated shamelessly. 
You should have converted your nomenclature to that of the an**al kingdom before you set the cameras rolling. Who called the shots for filming that monstrosity that debased womanhood and motherhood? Yes, you suffered child abuse but how does being r*p3d at the age of 19 confer a p0*n star designation? Who sponsored the spread of your g3nit*ls in public sphere with that pervert who wants his scenes deleted after the collateral damage had been done? I hope a copy of Destructive Instinct will be delivered to Censors Board in Nigeria for classification.
Judith Opara, that bald headed bloke was actually squeezing, kissing and car3ssing your bu*t0cks and b00bs on camera while you were letting out uhhhs and ahhhs? You had the nerve to upload same online? What manner of poverty configured the mental faculties of a 41 year old mother of two to engage in unclad and display the se% tape on the internet without consideration for her children’s future? 
It is an abomination in Igbo land nay Africa for a child to behold his mother in such intense s3xing expedition. Not even se% starved r*pis*s dare to devour a victim before her child’s very eyes. I hope your children will never watch Destructive Instinct, the atrocity you produced.
Until we can trace your lineage to Igbo kindred, I doubt the language of your name. I challenge your brothers, sisters, cousins aunts, uncles (your parents are most definitely dead), friends, relatives, classmates etc to write a rejoinder and authenticate your tribe. I enjoin other concerned brethren both at home and in the Diaspora not to judge you harshly but pray to God whom you offended with impunity, to hasten a financial breakthrough that will discourage your big screen whorish aspiration. Your choice of career is an aberration to us, of eastern Nigeria.
I solicit for contributions from public spirited Nigerians and Africans. Afro Candy is in dire need of rehabilitation – mentally, medically, financially, spiritually and otherwise.
A psychiatrist facility will do a lot for Ada anyi nwanyi. The woman who can perform unclad, naked on stage owes a psychotherapist a visit.
My dearest sister, conduct a thorough research and you will discover that bl*e film practitioners are never regarded, not even in Hollywood. I advise you to refrain from s3xu*l motion pictures that will further saturate our cyber space with unwholesome content.
Yours Sincerely,
Uzor Ngoladi

Sir Alex Ferguson's Last Chewed Gum Sold For £390,000 On Ebay!

Retired Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was known for his chewing gum habit during his 26 year tenure at the English club.
But still, nothing prepared me for the shock, when word came out earlier today that Sir Alex Ferguson’s last piece of chewing gum has reportedly sold for nearly £390,000.

A supporter appears to have scraped up the infamous gum from The Hawthorns after Fergie's finale between his Manchester United side and West Brom.
The fan then put it on internet auction site eBay, although no one could have foreseen it would have brought in just shy of £400,000.

Why will anyone want to buy a saliva infused piece of memorabilia for such an amount?
From what I hear, proceed is going to I'm guessing that's why.
But still...£390,000 for chewed gum? OK.

Love Is In The Air! Jim Iyke And Nadia Buhari Confirm Relationship On Twitter

Days after I did the STORY of Jim Iyke and Nadia Buhari been an item in April, Jim issued a press conference insisting that he was still with his now ex-girlfriend Keturah Hamilton. However, days later, Keturah issued a press conference stating that they were no longer together and that his reality show 'Unscripted', is actually 'Scripted'
Anyway, Jim and his lady love Nadia Buhari continued to attend events as a couple, and they were seen cuddling and warming up affectionately to each other during the Ghana music awards that held last weekend.
Now, the two have now openly confirmed their sizzling romance on twitter, twitting the following:
And this is no publicity stunt. These two are in least for now...