Three Naijagal Badass looks! Omg!! Gorgeous!


Here are five in style Naijagal looks we absolutely love!!!


Here is why we love the look above! Well for starters the silver on top works well with conveying a look of prestige. The yellow on the bottom works absolutely wonderfully with her gorgeous brown skin! Ms Foyeh is one Naijagal to watch yes indeed.


Djcuppy, need we say more? This Naijagal sure knows how to work magic with style! Did anyone notice the beautiful pink lip color working with her whole look! It is what we call effortless chic on Naijagal! She is one gorgeous superstar! Dj and dare we say super intelligent!


Naijagal  Genevieve Nnaji superstar actress is amazing at coordinating outfits what with the peeptoe shoes and the applique on the ankara dress cut to shape is enough to make any man swoon!  These ladies are what we call Badass  (meaning they do it all) Naijagals!

What a dream!! You have to read how Peter Okoye’s Naijagal Lola and Paul Okoye’s Anita expressed their birthday wishes to their love!


First stop Peter’s wife Lola Okoye and our favorite fashionista Naijagal had this to say on her husband’s 34th birthday!


“To my boo of life❤, the king of my dreams, my hot chocolate, my love, my delight, the father of my beautiful children I celebrate your life today. HAPPY BIRTHDAY my darling husband. May you always fly high in life and touch all your dreams. May God bless you with happiness, joy, continued success, wisdom and peace. Gold, platinum or diamonds are not enough to express your worth. May God continue to protect you for us. Your best years are still ahead IJN. I am proud of the man that you have become and I LOVE YOU plenty my sweetheart. Have a fantastic day today @peterpsquare @dancewithpeter #myhusband #mypartner #papacameron #papaliona #birthdayboy #daddy #turnup #birthdayhottness #sexy #psq #psquare #peterofpsquare #lolashusband #dwp

Now onto Anita Okoye another favorite fashionista, this is what she had to say  about Paul Okoye!!


Happy birthday to the love of my life, my soulmate, I cannot believe that after over a decade you still have the same effect on me as you did the first day I met you…. You have always been the amazing, caring and humble man you are today and I fall deeply in love with you with every passing day.

I wish you God’s favour, divine blessings and guidance today and always. You are the best husband and father to our son and May your heart’s desires be granted. For always being compassionate towards others, happiness and peace will never leave your side. Happy birthday to this amazing hottie of a man! Andre’s number 1 super hero!!! Mypauly, Mr.Talent Bulus 1 of ifitedunu I love you…. #birthdayboy #soulmate #superstar #talentextraordinaire #sexyscorpio @rudeboypsquare

Khloe is stressed! Cancels tour!!


This just in, according to the dailymail,

Releasing a book is stressful enough but back-to-back promotional events combined with her estranged husband’s almost fatal drug overdose, has left Khloe Kardashian also requiring medical care.

The star said stress was to blame: ‘Dolls! So sorry I needed 2 re schedule my book signing. I’m sick & dr’s orders are that I need to lay low until we narrow down what’s wrong.

‘I’ll be going for more testing today. I’m very sorry again. Stress can run our bodies down so please everyone take care of yourselves.’

The reality star is hoping to reschedule her appearances once it is determined what is wrong with her.

aww we hope she gets better soon!

“I Am Here To Admit That I Am HIV Positive” explosive reveal by Charlie Sheen!


Actor Charlie Sheen made a crazy  reveal on  Tuesday that he is HIV positive in an interview on theToday show. He also mentioned to Matt Lauer that he was diagnosed four years ago!


“I’m here to admit that I am in fact HIV positive,” Sheen said.

“It started with … this series of cluster headaches and insane migraines and sweating the bed, completely drenched, two, three nights in a row that I was emergency hospitalized,” he said. “I thought I had a brain tumor. I thought it was over.”

After a series of tests, Sheen was informed of his HIV positive status. “It’s a hard three letters to absorb, you know? It’s a turning point in one’s life,” he said. You can say that again! I guess no more tiger blood. Get this allegedly he was giving out $30000 in cash to porn stars who came over to his home! Crazy if true! So sad!

Mo Abudu gives a speech at the Wharton Business school this is what happened!!!



EbonyLife TV CEO Mo Abudu gave a keynote speech on Saturday at the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania.

The Woodlands Ballroom was filled to capacity with graduate students, professors, sponsors, and young professionals—some even stood along the walls just to hear MA speak.

Her speech was genuine and captured the spirit of the theme, “My Africa story”. You could easily feel the audience relating to her story—nodding heads, rapt attention, and reflective gazes.moabudu

“Nigeria is a significant market in Africa”! Breaking news! Ericsson Enters Africa Video-on-Demand Market With Airtel Tieup!


Now you can watch even international movies on your phone with unlimited data because According to bloomber reports:

Ericsson AB plans to enter the increasingly competitive African video-on-demand market in partnership with the Nigerian unit of Bharti Airtel Ltd.
The Swedish telecommunications company will operate the service — to be called NuVu — and make it available to Airtel’s 30 million subscribers in Nigeria in the first quarter of next year. The product will have access to 3,000 local and international TV and film titles, with prices ranging from $2 a month to as much as $5 a month for the full package with unlimited data.
“This is a service which we aim to bring out in sub-Saharan Africa, at least at the beginning, and look elsewhere at a later stage,” Niclas Ekdahl, managing director of NuVu, said by phone on Monday. “This is a medium which is growing exponentially.”
Ericsson is seeking new ways to tap into mobile-data growth as the rise of speedier fourth-generation systems curbs demand for its wireless networks. The company, which this month announced plans to partner with Cisco Systems Inc, cut its market-growth forecast on Nov. 10 to an annual 1 percent to 3 percent on average through 2018

Sounds like a winner to us!



ADOWA ENTERTAINMENT $966,000 dollars a year from Nollywood Movies! Can you say paid!! Whoop!


PSquareVEVO Psquare earns a whopping  $4000000 not bad!!


DavidoHKNTV our favorite superstar earns approx $350000


Emmanuel TV – Yes! Gods work  earns  $350k


iBAKATV|NOLLYMAGIC –Another Nollywood favorite earns $2000000


NollyStar $215000


OfficialTimaya  earns 199000


Nollywoodpicturestv earns $200000


Official Flavour earns $203000 not bad


Nollywood RealnollyTV — earns $1890000


Picture this! How Governor Fayose Marked His 55th Birthday! In Pictures!

A special thanksgiving service was held earlier today, November 15, to mark the 55th birthday celebration of Ayodele Fayose, the governor of Ekti state.

According to National Helm, government bigwigs, traditional rulers and other functionaries attended the service that was held at Lady Jibowu Hall of the state government house.

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The governor also received a special birthday cake, which was customized in form of the car he presented as a gift to outstanding teachers in Ekiti state last month.

Fayose presents a car for teachersThe car that was presented as gifts to outstanding teachers in Ekiti state.

Birthday cake for FayoseA special birthday cake for Governor Fayose.

The governor took to his Twitter handle to show his amazing present and say a few words about his birthday.

My Special 55th Birthday Cake.

— Peter Ayodele Fayose (@GovAyoFayose) November 15, 2015

At 55, I have stories to tell. From a family of 27 children, 6 mothers, God made one man a shining light, that is rare.

— Peter Ayodele Fayose (@GovAyoFayose) November 15, 2015

Championing the course of the less privileged is the joy of people like me. I Will keep living for the poor.

— Peter Ayodele Fayose (@GovAyoFayose) November 15, 2015


Giving reason for his absence, Governor Fayose said he was observing three days of fasting and prayers ahead of his 55th birthday and so he excused himself from the conference.


Hotness! Paris Hilton’s Austrian boyfriend gifts her a $125000 car! Its love!


According to the dailymail , They have only been dating for six months.

 Paris Hilton and her millionaire beau Thomas Gross are becoming more public with their relationship.

On Friday the 34-year-old DJ posted to Instagram the cover of an Austrian magazine where they posed side by side. And get this he just bought her a whooping $125000 mercedes! Sounds like love to us!paris


Diezani: Life as a cancer patient! Plus I live in a rented house in London!


I am liking Dele Momodu’s new Boss Newspaper already. This is an interesting read! According to Vanguard:

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What you are about to read is probably the most anticipated story of the year birthed in the long awaited authoritative investigative newspaper of the future. This pregnant saga fell into labour last week in the pre-natal wing of Pendulum ward  and it has now given birth to a big bouncing baby christened, The Boss.

This is an apt metaphor for the melodramatic scoop which is the cover of the first edition of what I believe will be a catalyst for unbiased investigative reporting in Nigeria. The Boss had long been conceptualised as a  leadership newspaper to occupy the void created by lack of true and credible investigative journalism in some traditional and online media. The original plan was to launch in December or early January. But the Diezani-Alison Madueke story changed all that. It was too compelling to restrict to the Pendulum column alone.  And here we are with what promises to be an exciting addition to the media landscape in Nigeria and beyond featuring an enthralling cover story that will run and run.

After that effervescent introduction of the meeting between this reporter and the embattled former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke, published in Thisday, everyone requested for details of the encounter. Some unbelieving Thomases even suggested the story was pure fiction, or at the very best “faction” to borrow Kole Omotoso’s word. They wondered why a more comprehensive interview could not be published, garnished with clear crispy pictures of Madame Diezani.

It was obvious many had read the story in a hurry and did not assimilate the carefully worded tale of a woman in deep pain and anguish for variety of reasons. Of course there were insinuations that it was a public relations stunt but mercifully most readers thought it was a well-balanced story. It even went viral.

At any rate, those who took their time would have noticed that I had to settle for such a gripping monologue because it was virtually impossible to extract more information from a cancer patient who had spent her day with her medical team in a private London hospital. Our protagonist had also probably taken the risk of meeting this reporter in order to check if he was going to play the quintessential antagonist or do his job professionally and dispassionately.

That meeting obviously impacted on her decision to open up eventually, two days after Episode One. A call came through on Friday, November 6, 2015, from a female aide of Mrs. Alison-Madueke to request for a meeting the following day at 2.30pm at a location yet to be determined.

The appointment was immediately approved. Later in the evening, this ubiquitous aide made yet another call shifting the appointment forward by a few hours to 11am the same Saturday. My response again was yes. The pot that would eat pepper must endure some heat, says a Yoruba proverb. The Diezani story was worth all the sacrifice in the world. In other climes, journalists would have shown more than cursory interest in chasing that super exclusive chat. Her copyrighted picture would have fetched a few million dollars, probably. Anyway…

A text message flew into my phone very early Saturday morning. It contained the address and full postcode of a new venue different from the one of two days earlier. Not to worry. My wife offered to chauffeur me again but without her sister this time around. While on our way, the female aide called to ask if we were going to make the 11 o’clock time pronto or arrive late. I replied we would arrive earlier rather than later. I would soon understand the import of her question. Madame Diezani was apparently on her way and I was expected to be comfortably seated prior to her arrival. Presumably, so I would not know how and from what direction she had come.  There was no sign this time of any overbearing or anxious security man.  Mrs. Alison-Madueke had laughingly dismissed as funny my James Bond imagination of Thursday, in any event. Since the meeting was supposed to be strictly one-on-one, my wife had to wait in the car while I was away. The venue turned out to be a popular restaurant near Regent’s Park, famous for its breakfast.

I was a bit surprised and disappointed at the choice of location. I was hoping she was going to give me access to her now famous apartment which was said to have been bought at a most staggering amount, or the new multi-billion dollar home that was rumoured to have triggered the alarm leading to her arrest, claims she would dismiss as tales by moonlight.


I called the mobile number I had been given as I approached the doorway of the restaurant and her female aide emerged from the bowel of the restaurant to lead me to a somewhat secluded corner where a table had been reserved. I was seated facing the entrance and hoping I could catch her glimpse whenever she arrives.

After waiting for about 20 minutes or so, I heard some footsteps and the once most powerful woman in Nigeria surfaced. She looked slightly better than at our last meeting for which I was glad. I sprang to my feet as we exchanged pleasantries. I mentioned to her that she looked better and she said she’d  been resting and gaining strength in preparation for the radiotherapy sessions expected to last five agonising weeks.

She ordered for full English breakfast while I settled only for a cup of cappuccino. But when the meal arrived, she didn’t eat it because she had lost appetite for food generally and was more on fluids but had hoped this would return if she saw the food.

She then asked for American coffee, water and fresh lime instead. She also ordered for tea at some point. Most of the time we spent talking, she coughed intermittently into a napkin and dabbed her mouth with it but she was clearly determined to pour out her obviously heavy heart despite the discomfort I could notice she was struggling to endure.

Let me reiterate for the sake of those who missed the first part of this story that our two meetings took place on Thursday, November 5 and Saturday, November 7, 2015 at different locations. The first was in a private apartment while the second was in this restaurant. Unlike the first which lasted less than half an hour, we were able to spend more time together this time. Indeed, we were at it for a total of just over four hours, and I believe she spoke from the heart, I believe, but the reader is always the judge.

There were several off-the-record interludes. More than anything, we were both careful not to discuss in detail matters which might impact on the cases and legal problems now bedevilling her.

I did not expect otherwise. Mrs Alison-Madueke is a smart and intelligent woman and had recently benefited from being advised by lawyers both in the UK and Nigeria in connection with her arrest in the UK and the search of her Abuja home.


Getting and persuading her to talk in detail about a lot of issues was therefore very difficult. There were other reasons. First, was her obvious paranoia of the Nigerian press. She’s been bruised, battered and blistered, especially in print and on social media. She’s been scandalised, summarily tried and precipitously convicted by the media, according to her. She did not expect anyone to lend her an ear or listen to her now muffled voice.

On top of her problems, she’s having a running battle with the most dreaded form of cancer of the breast and she’s had to undergo surgeries to remove the lumps and later some chunky tissue. The treatments have not been that successful and it’s been a ding-dong affair for this once ebullient and elegant lady.

We had to give assurances of not sensationalising her story if granted access. Of course it has never been our practice to do so and thus, this was not a problem.  We promised not to embellish her stories in any way or reveal off-the-record discussions which were truly personal and confidential and had nothing to do with her travails. There was a strict proviso that no form of recording would be allowed and we had to adopt the novelistic style. The result of that covenant is what you’re reading today.

We must note that we were highly restricted and encumbered by strings of events as well as existing litigation and other possible future developments. We could not get as much revelations as we expected but the little we managed to get provided enough insight into a woman who had achieved so much and enjoyed substantial accolades before the sad turn of events. Had she remained in Shell, where she became the first and only female Director, and shunned the murky water of Nigerian politics, maybe she would have savoured the klieg-lights forever.

We knew it was going to be very difficult getting pictures in her present not too genial or glamorous condition. That was practically tough on our first meeting as she was just returning from her hospital rounds and looked totally exhausted. We however succeeded in getting a few pictures this time some of which we are revealing for the first time today.

Intrigues of power play

The Diezani Alison-Madueke story is a classic study in the intrigues of power-play. Barely months ago, she was at the pinnacle of the temple as Minister of one of the biggest oil-producing nations on earth. She was elected the President of the powerful Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). And the world was at her feet. The cancer issue had crept in, like a thief in the night, but was being treated and managed by the best doctors available in England. There was that optimism that all shall be well at the end of the day until everything that could go wrong started going wrong, like in Murphy’s Law.

Madame Diezani confirmed that she and the government she served loyally and passionately never thought for one second that the Nigerian general elections could turn out the way it did or that they would suffer the crushing and devastating defeat that they did. The first and major casualty would be the woman who controlled the destiny of Nigerians as Petroleum Resources Minister. Under her care, a whopping $20 billion was alleged to have literally vamoosed into thin air. Till this day, no one has come forward to authenticate the veracity or otherwise of such mind-boggling claims. Instead we’ve received conflicting figures on the supposed infractions.

This is a story like no other and it cannot be told like any other. It is a tale from the super highway of power and the fast lane of confusion. Nothing is sweeter than power and money, in no particular order, as long as you have both you are in the rarefied company of national decision-makers. And nothing is sadder than having both and falling from grace to grass or from fame to infamy. Mrs Alison-Madueke had the world not just at her feet but firmly in her palm. She could apparently turn a certified pauper into a certificated billionaire within the twinkle of an eye. In short, she could make and unmake. Diezani was the subject of many fables. And this is the crux of the matter. Her closeness to President Goodluck Jonathan and the influence she wielded on him was never a hidden matter. This lent credence to the mystical power over the Nigerian economy that it was claimed she possessed.  I fired my first shot from that direction and it was as if she expected it.

“Is it true that a sister of yours has a kid or kids for President Jonathan?” I asked. “That is totally untrue as I don’t have any such sister or relative!”, she said.  She wondered how people could fabricate such blatant lies.

Family friends

Diezani-696x451I soon followed with what I regarded as an upper-cut: “It was said that you and the former First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan were in permanent conflict; why was it so?” She responded that their relationship was cordial enough and she gave the former First Lady the respect she should give the wife of her boss. She went further to say: “What people don’t know is that we’ve been family friends for long. My mum, Mrs Beatrice Agama, has always played the role of a godmother in the Niger Delta and all the militants love and respect her. I come from a royal privileged background and lacked nothing.” She said she was not unaware of certain insinuations about an intimate relationship with the former President but she never bothered her head about them because some people had made up their minds to spread those ugly tales about her. “If you are in the corridor of power, you must expect anything, including mud and even bricks being thrown at you.”

Now wait for the next shot!  “You’ve been linked to so many young guys who made so much money from you and later absconded or turned against you… What was between you and Chris Aire, Kola Aluko, Jide Omokore, Tonye Cole, Dapo Abiodun, Wale Tinubu, Igho Sanomi and others?”, I queried her.

Madame Diezani’s response was calm and unruffled: “I vehemently deny any intimacy or liaison with any of these gentlemen.” She noted that she is happily married like most of them are happily married and asserted that she is not the Scarlet Lady that people paint her to be. She sees those rumours as insults on accomplished women who cannot be seen in sensitive positions without running riotous with some men. She said it was important to put in context how she met most of them:

“I was the Chairman of the Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board and I did my job to the best of my ability and intentions. My boss and I were determined to empower Nigerians, especially the young ones, who had the brains and guts to dare.” She pointed out that her firm belief and desire to empower Nigerians stemmed from the manner that she and her parents and siblings were unceremoniously dumped out of Shell Camp where her father worked and lived while she was young.

Worst days

The memory was apparently traumatic as I could notice her wiping her eyes with another napkin.  She said: “I remember that day vividly.  It was definitely one of the worst days of my life.  We were not even allowed to finish eating before they hurriedly packed our belongings, threw them into trucks and drove us into an uncertain, unknown future.”  She continued: “I was determined that what my father fought for, which was to ensure that Nigerians had a greater say in the scheme of things in Shell and thus in the petroleum industry, would be championed and achieved by me in government”.

She noted that in every government, some people must land the big jobs which every human being would love to have. She said: “I chose to empower mostly Nigerians and took the power away from foreigners who used to dominate the sector. That was why we pushed for the Nigerian Content Bill, which mercifully we got through. So you cannot expect some forces not to hate me but I was shocked that Nigerians themselves were ready to crucify me mostly on rumours and not verifiable facts. Most leaders before me have suffered a similar fate, so I take some comfort from that experience.”

She added that people seem to forget that she is happily married to Rear Admiral Alison-Madueke and would not do anything to jeopardise her marriage or smear herself in the eyes of her husband, children and family. She also said that some of these men were unknown to her until she became a Minister and that although, in some cases, they later enjoyed a cordial relationship with her, it was no more than the kind of relationship she enjoyed with other successful Nigerian businessmen who respected and admired her for the way she was bringing Nigerians to the forefront of the industry: “It is unfortunate that things didn’t work perfectly all the time as expected and as a leader I take the blame for those imperfections, but I’m certainly not a demon as being portrayed. I have no doubt that I served my nation well, the reason my colleagues at OPEC supported me despite the opposition from my own people. I still maintain that level of relationship with my former colleagues despite not being in government.”

I then asked, why is she so controversial? “Controversy has nothing to do with your qualifications or performance. As a matter of fact, people often hate you for knowing so much and for being efficient and confident which they mistake for arrogance. We had to confront so many challenges, including oil theft and general insecurity but we did very well even if we did not succeed 100 percent. I must say that some of our own people delivered responsibly while a few of them breached the faith and wasted the opportunities handed to them by my boss, President Jonathan. Unfortunately, no one ever remembers the things that went right but everyone remembers and tends to emphasise the things that went wrong…”

We soon moved the discussion to the many allegations of financial impropriety under her tenure, especially the alleged disappearance of $20billion and other wasteful spending authorised by her.  She observed that she could not go into any real details because of the criminal investigations in Nigeria and England as well as the civil case here.  However she told me she would try and provide general details about these matters because it was important to shed some light on her own involvement from the vantage point of someone actually in government who believes these things simply cannot happen.

She was visibly angry at the mention of the $20billion: “If there is one issue I must pursue in this world it is the biggest lie of this money.

How can $20billion disappear just like that? Where did it disappear to? Is it possible that such an amount would not be traceable? This is more painful coming from someone I considered a good friend who should appreciate the gravity of such allegation. I challenge anyone to come forward with facts showing that I stole government or public money. I’ve never stolen Nigeria’s money…

“Rather, I worked hard to halt the rampant business of round-tripping. When I brought in Reginald Stanley to clean up the place, I requested for a list of the defaulters. There were about 92 of them and I made sure we sanctioned them. You can imagine the threat to my life but I was ready to defend the economic interests of my country. In fact, we were able to reduce the oil subsidy by about half. No one has applauded our effort.

“There were those who said the then Governor of Central Bank must have been angry at me because of the way the Presidency treated him. In all honesty, he was being blocked from seeing the President by some of Oga’s people (presidential aides) but it had nothing to do with me. I was the one who even told Oga about the development and Oga said he would meet him in London on one of his trips. Unfortunately my boss fell ill and was rushed to King Edward Hospital and the meeting was aborted.

“Sanusi and I had been friends. There was no way I would have done anything bad to him. He even came to my house to inform me about his interest in heading the African Development Bank and we discussed for about two hours. I promised to support him and I spoke to Oga about it. We were together on the Reconciliation Committee that looked into the accounts of NNPC. Yes, there were gaps but not on the alarming scale being circulated. Markafi (former Governor of Kaduna State) did a thorough job. You know he is a very sound accountant.”


What about the allegations that she owns choice properties everywhere?  “It is so sad that anyone could say such about me. Let me say something to you. I live with my husband in the same house we’ve lived since we married in 1999. Ask anyone who knows us. Our house in Abuja was bought in 2007 by my husband and as an architect and lover of interior décor I did it up to our own taste. It is not over the top because I have good taste and appreciate bargains. I shop in regular shops like B & Q to do up all the places where I live. Anyone who tells you I have houses anywhere should feel free to publish them. That was how they said I bought an expensive property in Vienna. I went to court and I won the case. I never saw the house before except in picture. The house I stay in London is rented. As a woman I love to look good. Some of my dresses and jewelleries are often dumped on me by those I buy from and I pay them when I can”

She went on to explain that virtually all the transactions in respect of which allegations of corruption are being levelled against her went through due process and that the Group Managing Director of NNPC was actively involved in ensuring that the best international practices were maintained. She added that her involvement in the conclusion of these transactions was limited and that some of the contracts had been executed before she became Minister of Petroleum Resources.  In some other cases she only got details after the contracts had been concluded when approached by some businessmen who complained about the terms. She usually admonished them to forego the contracts if they felt they were not profitable and seek other ventures within the industry.

She reiterated that she could not speak in detail since she is currently facing charges and criminal investigations in England. But she emphasised that her boss neither discriminated against nor favoured anyone. She claimed some of those who benefited the most were even in opposition and mentioned how a renowned opposition leader and vocal critic of the government at the time met her on about three occasions to discuss his interests in the business of oil. “My boss didn’t want Nigerians to suffer because of politics; so we agreed to offer certain support to a company we knew was owned by the opposition once we were satisfied they controlled the market substantially and have what it takes to deliver the goods nationwide. We were that tolerant…”

This interview was conducted by Dele Momodu and first published in THE BOSS, his new online publication. It is reproduced here with his  consent

Ouch!!! Some Nigerians on Facebook ask why other Nigerians are changing their FB profile to facebook’s Branded French-flag Profile Picture


Recently, the  management of Facebook made a  Safety Check request following  recent  attacks  in Paris. Many Nigerian’s changed their facebook  profiles to French flag on the social media to show solidarity, however some Nigerians made their opinions known on their profile timelines to ask why other Nigerians already bought into the idea, when they have their own with Boko Haram.

user of the platform, Ugoji Maximillian had this to say: “No Nigerian should try changing hisor her profile picture in support of France. This attack on France is a child’s play to what we have suffered in the hands of Boko Haram. They are calling for a global support now because France was hit by her own people?

“Let France cry their own cry for now, because we’ve got a lot of cries to cry as Nigerians. Am not against the principle of ‘different nations, different cultures, one globe’, I am not against the interdependence of nations in this our globalized world. I am simply being realistic. It’s unpatriotic to be crying for France when we have more corpses buried every day.”

But Cynthia Ogunedo-Oguntoye does not agree with Ugoji’s submission. She said: “I think a lot of people have it wrong. It is about basic respect for human life. Do you remember how the world stood with Nigeria when the Boko Haram bombings started? No one could comprehend the shock and support that came with the Eagle square bombings; or the UN bombing; or the Chibokgirl’s kidnappings.

“But this is what happened when things degenerate in a country – when killings become a norm. When bombings and kidnappings become a way of life – I don’t think the world’s reaction would have been the same if Paris had bombs and suicide bombers exploding themselves every day.

“The reaction would not have been the same if that were the norm like it has become for many of us here that pick the routes we follow every day to avoid having bombs blow up in our faces. Either way, I do not think that standing against terrorism in any way one can, should be criticised in anyway.”

Mark Zuckerberg responded to questions over the French-flag profile picture situation, this is what he had to say: “Many people have rightfully asked why we turned on Safety Check for Paris but not for bombings in Beirut and other places.

“Until yesterday, our policy was only to activate Safety Check for natural disasters. We just changed this and now plan to activate Safety Check for more human disasters going forward as well.

“Thank you to everyone who has reached out with questions and concerns about this. You are right that there are many other important conflicts in the world. We care about all people equally, and we will work hard to help people suffering in as many of these situations as we can.”

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Ouch! So really did you change your profile picture?zuckerbeg


Omg!! Guess who gave Kerry Washington an amazing award! You have to read this!




Scandal actress and Naijagal Kerry Washington just recently got honored at the 2015 Baby2Baby Gala. Kerry Washington gave birth to a gorgeous Naijagal , her daughter Isabelle Amarachi in 2014. She received the  Baby2Baby Giving Tree Award in November  thanks to her supporting the  L.A.-based non-profit and also her fantastic dedication to children in need! Go Girl!

4 brand new pictures from Naijagal Tosyn Bucknor’s Traditional Wedding to Aurélien Boyer!


tosynOAP Tosyn Bucknor is getting hitched traditionally and here are four amazing first pictures from her traditional wedding. With an amazingly talented sister  Funke Bucknor-Obruthe of Zapphaire Events, we know this wedding is going to be amazing! OAP Tosyn Bucknor and her French fiancé Aurélien Boyer to performed their traditional marriage and what you are looking at are 4 4 brand new pictures from Naijagal Tosyn Bucknor’s Traditional Wedding to Aurélien Boyer!

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Apple releases statement following up on why African school boys got kicked out of their Melboure store!

Following the backlash they received from a video showing young boys from Maribyrnong College students showing them being denied entry into one of their stores in Melbourne, Australia,the Tech giant, released a statement on Friday, November 13, from its head office in the US, apologizing for the incident.

“We’ve looked into the details of the situation and we apologise to the customers involved,” the statement said.  “We will continue to do everything in our power to ensure all our customers are treated the way they should be. We believe in equality for everyone, regardless of race, age, gender, gender identity, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation. That applies throughout our company, around the world with no exceptions.”

 In the video, a staff member allegedly said:
     “These guys [security guards] are just a bit worried about your presence in our store. They’re just worried you might steal something.”

“Thanks but No thanks” Urhobo People Disregard Biafra Agitators

The Urhobo nation has disowned the pro-Biafra agitators, saying they are not a part of Biafra.

The Urhobo nation demanded that their community be removed from the proposed map of Biafra by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) this according to Vanguard.

Mentioned in a statement yesterday written by Alhaji Mumakai-Unagha, the national publicity secretary of the Urhobo Progress Union.

The statement states categorically: “IPOB have their rights of agitation for freedom of self-determination as enshrined in the United Nation declaration stressing that other ethnic groups should not be dragged along to avoid the mistake that led to the civil war.


“The magnanimity of Urhobos in allowing Igbos celebrate the Igbo Cultural Day should not be taken for granted as we urge IPOB to delist Urhobo from its proposed map.”

Mumakai-Unagha warned that Urhobo and its territories should be counted out from any IPOB plan.

The Nigerian government has described the pro-Biafrans as an “insignificant number of frustrated people who are not a threat to the existence of Nigeria.”



PHOTOS: Army Storms Sambisa, Destroys Boko Haram Guard Post


Nigerian army raided what is known as  the Sambisa forest, basically annihilating the post of the BOko Haram insurgents


The brave soldiers, determined to clear Sambisa from the terrorists, launched a successful attack on the camp, killing some of the terrorists.


Nigerian troops set ablaze Boko Haram flags, arms, weapons, launchers and motorcycle found in the camp.

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sources mentioned: “Sambisa is a very wide place. It has different camps occupied by armed insurgents.

“The one destroyed today by troops is one out of many. They have been raiding the camps and will continue to do this to rid the forest of Sambisa.”

Army Destroys Boko Haram Guard Post

Army Destroys Boko Haram Guard Post

Army Destroys Boko Haram Guard Post

President Muhammadu Buhari while decorating news service chiefs gave three-months deadline for Nigerian army to crush the insurgency.


Amazing!!! Billionaire spends a whooping $48 million dollars on his 7 year old daughter! Video!

An amazingly gorgeous and totally rare diamond, also known as  the Blue Moon Diamond, was recently purchased  by a Hong Kong billionaire at a Geneva auction.Get this after paying a reported $48.4 million for the jewel, he quite simply gifted it to  his seven-year-old daughter, per CNN .


Wait there is more: the previous day, he shelled out a whooping $28.5 million on a pink diamond some other auction. But guess what?Back in 2009, when his baby girl was still in  diapers, she got a gorgeous $9.48 million blue diamond. Sounds like a daddy’s girl to me

Ideas: Ben Bruce To Buhari ” How To pay N5k Monthly To Unemployed Nigerian Youths


Bayelsa Senator Ben Murray Bruce  discussed his ideas on how President Muhammadu Buhari how he can effectively pay the N5,000 promised the Nigerian Youths during his campaign.



Both the Senators loyal to the All Progressives Congress (APC) and their counterparts from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) disagree on spending money on the youths.

Nigerians have urged the  president to ensure he delivers on his campaign promise.  Vice President Yemi Osinbajo believes this will happen in due time,


Here are some of the ideas stated by the amazing founder of the Silverbird Group on twitter. Sounds plausible to us what do you say?

Tweets below.

1-Some people say it’s impossible to pay unemployed graduates ₦5k because there is no database or money. That is not true #5kispossible.

— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) November 12, 2015

2-All undergraduate Nigerians will have bank accounts with a BVN. They also have PVCs. Additionally they have National ID. #5kispossible

— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) November 12, 2015

3-With the details from the BVN, PVC and National ID card, it’s possible to identify unemployed graduates and pay them #5kispossible

— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) November 12, 2015

4-Where would the money come from? Every salary earner should pay a 5% unemployment tax to help pay 5k to unemployed graduates #5kispossible

— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) November 12, 2015

Finally, I celebrate Mrs. Aisha Buhari for championing the cause of paying ₦5k to unemployed graduates #5kispossible

— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) November 12, 2015

Recall that Hajia Aisha Buhari also recently insisted that her husband pays the N5,000 to the unemployed Nigerians as a way of keeping to the pre-election promise.


Is this guy Amber Rose’s new guy? Mediatakeout thinks so!

Well if you believe Mediatakeout, the guy in the white suit standing next to Amber is supposedly her new guy

“Amber is dating one of French Montana’s homies. The two were spotted grinding on each other at French’s birthday party at House Of Macau restaurant in Los Angeles on Tuesday” they reported

Hard to believe that he really is her guy, that will take Empire to a brand new level! Kinda looks like Hakeem or what do you all say?


Amazing! Naijagal super star DJCuppy’s birthday cake is super cute!!We Like!!



Here’s wishing our star Naijagal DJCuppy a magnificent, fun filled, swell birthday Month! Now here is a picture of her beautiful cake. Come on you know you want some!

4 Brand new Pictures from the Nigerian Ministerial Inauguration!


Here are 4 Brand New Pictures from the Nigerian Ministerial inauguration which occurred earlier today. Change has come to Nigeria once more.







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