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Sunday, 31 March 2013

Behind The Scene Pictures From Wizkid’s ”Lagos To Soweto” Video

LAGOS TO SOWETO 7.jpgTo give fans a clue of what to expect in the video which is being shot in South Africa, Wizkid has released a couple of behind-the-scenes photos. LAGOS TO SOWETO 6.jpgLAGOS TO SOWETO 4.jpgLAGOS TO SOWETO 5.jpgLAGOS TO SOWETO 3.jpgLAGOS TO SOWETO 2.jpg

Kuwait Royal Families convert to CHRISTIANITY

--> Kuwaiti royal prince: Abdullah al-Sabah declared his faith in Jesus Christ.

In an audio file posted on a Christian satellite TV channel, prince Abdullah al-Sabah declared his faith in Jesus Christ. Muslims have attacked him saying “he isn’t a member of the royal family”

According to reports, a Kuwaiti royal prince has become a follower of Jesus Christ. In an audio file posted with his name, he affirms that if he is killed because of a recording he made where he talks about his conversion, he firmly believes that he will meet Jesus Christ face-to-face. The news comes from Middle Eastern sources which state that al-Haqiqa – a Christian satellite TV channel in Arabic that transmits Christian religious programmes – broadcast an audio file attributed to the Kuwaiti prince, identified as Abdullah al-Sabah. The al-Sabahs are the royal family of Kuwait, a country rich in oil. The name Abdullah (servant of God) frequently appears in the Emir’s family tree.

In his audio file, Abdullah declared: “First of all, I fully agree with the distribution of this audio file and I now declare that if they kill me because of it, then I will appear before Jesus Christ and be with him for all eternity.” In this statement, the prince demonstrates his awareness of the fate in store for a martyr of the faith, according to Christian doctrine. The television channel stated that Abdullah is a member of the royal family, and that he recently renounced his faith in Islam and became a Christian, without specifying which particular branch of Christianity he had chosen. After stating his full name, the prince declared: “I will accept whatever they do to me, because the truth in the Bible has guided me towards the right path.”

In the audio file, Abdullah talks about the Islamic groups that are winning the elections in Egypt and declares: “Islamic communities have always wanted to attack in different parts of the world but God has preserved the world and still protects it. This is why we have recently seen disagreements appearing among Islamic groups who are now fighting with each other. They are about to divide further into different groups.”
     Jesus christ is the Lord and saviour,He said Islam became cancer to the world he declared.

Saturday, 30 March 2013

Nollywood Actor Who Is Also Gov Orji's Aide Marries Singer, Davina In Lagos

One of governor Theodor Orji's aides, Eric Nwadinobi, today, Saturday, March 30, 2013, married fast-rising female singer, Davina Achena in Lagos.

The wedding was held at the prestigious Nite Shift Coliseum, Opebi, Ikeja, Lagos. Davina is one of the hottest female singers in Nigeria.

According to information gathered by us, the newest couple met at the Nite Shift Coliseum few years ago. One thing led to the other, they developed a romantic relationship between each other.

At the one year anniversary of Entertainment Express Newspaper in 2012 held at Nite Shift Coliseum, Eric openly proposed to Davina.

Want Milk?

Since you have set yourself up to be a walking advertising for a milk factory, let me accomodate you. Firt of all, how you could squeeze them giant tidddays inside that tiny dress, is beyond understanding.

Having said that, I humbly remind you that while it might be fashionable in some parts of the world for a woman to expose her female attributes, it's simply gross under the African sun.

Not everything coming from the Western part of the world is hip or imitable. And you know it.

That dress is screaming for help and there's a cow somewhere who has reported her udders missing to the local police.

Need I say more?

SUPERSTAR! Tonto Dikeh Mobbed By Eager Fans As She Drops From Her Car

Exclusive Video Of 2face Idibia and Annie Macaulay Wedding In Dubai

Here is the official video from the wedding of the century - Africa's super star 2face Idibia marries his baby mama Annie Macaulay In Dubai, Enjoy:  the wedding cake:

Friday, 29 March 2013

Check Out The Beautiful New Video From Waje for new song - I Wish

Watch Out the New Beauiful Video From Waje for new song - I Wish

Stupid Love - Olamide (Official Music Video)

She carry front, she carry back, she too package. I cant leave her!

Why We Make S3x Look Real In Our Movies —Ghanaian Actress Yvonne Okoro

Yvonne Okoro wormed herself into the hearts of movie lovers in 2002. The actress who recently premiered her first production Contract featuring Hlomla Dandala at the Silverbird Cinema, Ikeja got a lot of approval from friends and colleagues for a beautiful outing. In this interview, the petite actress talks about her new ground with AMAA, why she is still single amongst other issues.

CONGRATULATIONS on the success of your movie premiere

Thank you very much.

What was the idea behind Contract?

We had different scripts, but ended up choosing this one. The idea is to shed more light on surrogate parenthood. This is an issue that has not been tapped into right now in Africa. A lot of people are using surrogate these days, but have nothing to do with the woman. They pay the woman to have a baby for them and that is all. It is one of those issues that are not talked about, and we felt it will be a good thing to talk about but in a funny way.

How did you get Hlomla Dandala to feature the movie?

We had a long list of people, and he has not been used in any major West African movie apart from South African, Jacob’s Cross. Also I didn’t want the usual faces which are either Ghollywood or Nollywood. We wanted someone outside. And we were also thinking on how to breach the gap between Nollywood and Ghollywood. We felt it has to be an Africa thing and when we were checking, his name came up first. I must tell he is a great actor.

Tell us how you were able to showcase the three stages of pregnancy without any flops?

With this movie, we didn’t want the usual style of pregnancy. So I went to London to order for the first stage, second stage, and third stage baby bumps. That’s why you didn’t see any knots at the back. The baby bumps is just like a swim thing that you just wear.

What about the scene of the Quadruplets?

(Laughs) We got somebody who had gave birth at the hospital. And they were very happy to be part of it. Ken is very good at technicality and was able to bring one baby to become four. I don’t know how they did it, but one baby will come and then they will take it from a different angle. We were lucky because they were twins and we kind of took them at different activities and time.

Being your first, how long did it take you to do the whole production and how much did it cost?

It took us about a month to shoot and another four to six months to do the post production. A lot was put in it. I don’t want to disclose the amount. Because I wanted to bring different people, I wanted every detail to be perfect. I didn’t say I want to do a low budget movie and have it quickly done. I mean that is the reason I wanted to do my own movie and be able to control want I wanted.

Your first movie and you have six nominations for AMAA 2013. How do you feel?

I don’t think there are words to describe the feeling seriously. I knew the movie was a great one because everyone that has watched the movie from different time has said a lot with attention to details. An actress was actually the one who called me and said you know you got six nominations in AMAA and the only Ghanaian actress nominated too. I got up and started screaming and my sister asked me if I am surprised. Well I think I am more attached to it because it is my first. It is different when I get nominations for other people’s works. It is a great feeling. Being the only Ghanaian actress nominated, they had better give it to me (laughs). I was surprised; Lydia Forson was the one who tweeted me. The first thing I thought about was pressure, because there is that pressure then to succeed.

How do you intend to keep up this tempo that you have attained?

Maybe I have to pray more. Really it is been challenging because everybody expects your next movie to be better. That is where the pressure comes in, the pressure for you to snap. You tend not to live your life or be you. You tend to live the life and expectations of others. That is not what I want. I want to be able to be me. I don’t want they say this movie is good, which means my next movie I need to put in more money. I want to be able to do what my heart and soul tells me. There is that challenge, but also the pressure to remain humble. That is the thing about my family, when sometimes my mum would send me to get something and I will be like ‘Moma’, do you know who you are talking to? And she will like will you go and get that thing before I get angry. And I am like you guys don’t respect me o. At times we will be walking on the road and people would like do you know her, she is on TV. It is like she has totally forgotten who I am. They have a way of humbling you, to make you feel like nothing.

Why are you taking the movies around the countries?

Well with the kind of money I put into it, I need to get it back. Also, it is a very good movie and I wanted everybody to see it. I just want people to see and feel how a good movie can be too. I have premiered it in Ghana, London and Nigeria; it will be going to Gambia soon and America.

Tell us your experience as a first timer?

I think I was lucky to have Sparrow Production on board because they were able to organise most of the logistics. All I did was to pay the money and get involved. From the location to props, they were more involved. Mostly what they do is like get three locations and call me to come and check them out. So I go with the Director, Shirley and they ask which I prefer. We all bring our heads together and choose the one that is the best. It was a lot of work and I respect producers a lot now. It made me realize that I am a terrible producer. I am just hoping that with my next one, I will be more involved

How did you come about the name Chinyere and Okoro?

My dad is a Nigerian, an Igbo man from Abia, married to a Ghanaian woman. My full names are Yvonne Chinyere Okoro Okereke. I am supposed to speak Igbo, I speak some like come and go and get me something. (Laughs)

Tell us about the movie you did in France?

I was in school and it was a very low budget movie that the school wanted to do. I auditioned for the movie because I was bored. It was in French. I auditioned and the woman was amazed and she said I am a good actor. So she sat me down and told me to go into acting once I better my French. And my friend said to her that I was a Ghanaian actress. She asked if I would love to be in the movie so I said I would love to but my French would be funny. So we got to work and practiced and it went very well. I saw the trailer recently when I went there, but I don’t think it is out yet.

What are your doing aside promoting Contract at the moment?

I have a playground I am building for the less privilege, I mean the mentally handicapped. That is what I have been putting my time into. And I will also be on set of Adam’s Apple season II.

Is building this playground a means to get money from the Government?

I am sure there are times that people here and there do that but I am sure that there are others who have a good mindset too for what they are doing. For me, I didn’t get any sponsor. It is my own personal money, I took it out, and I said I wanted to do something without having to go from one door to the other. I didn’t want people to come and say that I am using the money I collected from them inappropriately so I said I would use my money to build the playground. Recently, what I did was to organise a party and it was my money too. I never wanted to have an NGO, because I wanted to be able to do what I want to do. I didn’t want it to be on a particular thing, I want to be able to help in different situation. I want to do it in such a way that, every year on my birthday I choose a particular thing I want to do for the society. Maybe there will be time, when I will need help, but now for me it is more like a thank you thing to my fans. I do have an NGO which I started two weeks ago. It is a home for the old. I opened it in my late grandma’s name Elizabethan Senior Home. This one too I didn’t get funds from anywhere. I wake up and if I say I want to do something, I do it. Because I always put a portion of whatever I make aside for projects that I want to do.

What is the reason for the humanitarian work you are doing for the society?

I think I am just blessed and my mom always tells me not to forget where I came from. Sincerely I don’t come from a poor family. I and my family have been blessed throughout. I have always thought of other people, where they came from and the ups and down they face. And I have had it very rich from family to the kind of schools I went to how I lived. I can’t forget, because He has done so much for my family to live the kind of life we have lived. So I had to do something on my own to my fans. And I think that is the reason I haven’t gone to anybody for help.

Why are you still living with your parents?

They refuse to let me move out. I think they still want to keep me grounded. They say it is not the African tradition. They said I have to get married before I move out. So I am still there. I remember recently I said to them I have seen a house, and they were like where, when you get a husband and your husband takes your hand, you can move out. My father is very traditional. I think all these are just t keep you grounded. But I don’t mind, I don’t pay bills. So I just said to myself why am I even fighting? So I am taking full advantage, I am using them very well and they are allowing me. So I am very happy.

Are there plans to bring the man home soon?

(Laughs) I am very single right now. They will have to wait for a while when God gives me the right man. I think I want to continue living with them. I am single and I think I haven’t had the time too. I am always on my guard because you want to know the kind of people who come to you. I don’t want to talk about my private life. When it happens, it happens.

Why do Ghanaian actresses love exposing their body?

I think sometimes when you are acting, you feel like doing something that you want to be remembered for. Maybe in the course you overdo it. It depends on the script. I think in Ghana we wanted to start something, like a Trans-setter. I remember in those days, when people are kissing and they do it tackily, and we are thinking if you can’t kiss, then don’t do it. So I think we ended up doing it well or we are overdoing it. The truth of the matter is it exists in our culture. Our culture does not allow topics like sex and nudity but in a way sometimes I think we are also being hypocritical. A Hollywood movie will come, we will watch it and be happy and compliment them. I think if you are going to do nudity, you should not do it in a tacky way. It should be done with what will conform to our culture. I think it is about choice, if you think you want to remove yourself and think it will help your character and you don’t have a problem with it, it is fine.

So far, have you done any sex scene?

Someone like Shirley does sex scenes, but they have a way of doing it and it does not look tacky. I don’t do it because when I go back home I will be spanked. I remember for Adam Apple, there was a sex scene and I said to her, I can’t do it. You have to let me know how you are going to do it. So she said we are not going to do it in a tacky way. You sit down you kiss the guy and we take it from different angle. So there were times that we were not even kissing at all. We were just moving our heads and then they will say cut. And then we lay down and they will drop the hand of your bra and top and take the upper part from different angle and that is it. In the end, it looks like you are unclad. That day we were doing it, she had to sack everybody. So it was remaining Shirley, I, the Director and the Cameraman.

What is wrong with this photo?


Tuesday, 26 March 2013

A Nigerian Man Killed With Kitchen Knife Like A Goat In Austria

On March,3.2013 the throat of Mr Emmanuel Chimezie Iloh (20), a Nigerian was slashed to death in Vienna, Austria with a sharp kitchen knife by Claudia L. (25) from Romania.
Until his untimely and painful death he was an asylum seeker in Austria and was just about six months old in the country.

Iloh's remaining body was ferried to Nigeria with the help of friends and well wishers and was buried on Satuarday, March 3, 2013 in his home town in Umuona, Aguata local government area of Anambra State amidst tears and sorrow.

His killer Claudia L. is under police detention waiting for his judgement.



three corpses (identified ladies photos ) that their head has been beheaded suspected to be female students was thrown from a range rover sport jeep at ijebu-ode – ibadan road just now, one is fair in complexion with unilag school ID card(Yetunde Ajao)inside her hand bag. The second is an OOUITE student(Oyindamola Esan) also fair in complexion and kinda tall, and last one is short, plumpy and dark, please if you know any of these girls kindly notify their friends or family member to come right away and remove their corpse… on coming vehicles can run them at anytime because they were dumped by the road side.

Please if you know any of these girls kindly notify their friends or family member to come right away and remove their corpse. May their souls RIP!

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

[Official Video] Ajebutter 22 ft. BOJ – Omo Pastor [Basket Mouth, Dr SID, k9...]

Rising rapper Ajebutter 22 premieres the video to his second single, the hit song ‘Omo pastor‘ featuring BOJ of DRB Lasgidi.Directed by Sesan Ogunro, the story line closely follows the title of the song and features comedian Basketmouth, Dr SID and a bunch of upcoming acts: Seyi Shey, K9, Falz and more…

Watch below…

Nigerian Star in UK, Hmm GIRLS!!!


She said she like her backyard and she use it to make money!!!.

Monday, 18 March 2013

Edo nigeria movie.

I am struggling to build my village house –Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday said he is struggling to build his house in his Otuoke village, Bayelsa State.He said he might give out the house before he dies if he found out that his children are not ready to live in the village.

Jonathan spoke in Lagos at a fund-raiser for St. Stephens Anglican Deanery and Youth Development Centre, Otuoke.

He said, “We are all mortal beings, we are all biological specimen so we will all die but when we die, what will we be remembered for, what will we leave behind?

“I use to tell people that even the house I am struggling to build in the village, these days in this global age, how am I sure that my children will even stay in my  root. They want to go to West Indies, they want to go to Latin America.

“So, I was even joking with people that if I look at the behaviour of my children and if I don’t see any of them that will patronise the village, I will donate my house before I die.”

The President urged wealthy Nigerians to make meaningful contributions to the development of poor communities in the country in order to better the lives of the youth and empower them to make useful contributions towards national development.

He said the project for the St. Stephens Anglican Deanery and Youth Development Centre was dear to him because he wanted to make sure that the younger generation passed through a better system of education different from the one he experienced while growing up.

“I feel the only thing I can do is to make sure that from nursery school to primary and secondary school, there should be a standard educational facility and youth programme, so that it gives opportunity for the younger ones to grow. Even if we die in the next 100 years,  people will remember that those before them have something for them,” he said.

Present at the occasion were Chairman of Visafone, Jim Ovia; Chairman Capital oil, Chief Ifeanyi Uba; Chairman of A-Z Oil, Chika Okafor,  Chairman Arik Air, Joseph Arumemi–Ikhide, Oba Otudeko and Tony Elumelu.

Also present were Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Tunde Lemo, ministers, senators, members of the House of Representatives and prominent indigenes of Otuoke.

Punch Nigeria

Why Are Most Nigerian Girls Too Materialistic and Demanding (Home and Abroad)?

Someone said this:Why are Nigerian girls so materialistic and very demanding? Is it because most of them are from poor homes? Like one cannot even have a decent relationship without him spending not less than 50k the first week of dating and thousands upon thousands in more weeks just because he wants a relationship with a Nigerian girl? What is this rubbish, i doubt girls are like this in other part of the world. That's how i talked to this girl i really like, in just 3 weeks i couldn't account for anything because her demands never ended, such rubbish. A young man cannot have a decent relationship without paying salary to the girl on a daily basis in Nigeria, Nigerian girls should be ashamed of themselves.

Do you agree with him? Are Nigerian girls materialistic?

Benin edo funk music from Nigeria.

D'banj, Sound Sultan, Faze, Tetuila are 2face Idibia's groomsmen

D'banj, Faze, Sound Sultan,Tony Tetuila, Dotun Omoteye, Hycinth Idibia will serve as 2face Idibia's groomsmen on his wedding day in Dubai this weekend. His best man will be his childhood friend, Larry Gaga.

Annie's chief bridesmaid will be her very close friend and cousin, Maryann.

Sunday, 17 March 2013

President Goodluck Jonathan Is A Scumbag - Mallam Alhaji Nasir El-Rufai


The president was called a scumbag by Mallam Alhaji Nasir El-Rufai on twitter, what do you think?

Keshi, NFF have abandoned me – Emenike

Injured Spartak Moscow strike Emmanuel Emenike has fired a broadside at the Nigeria Football Federation and Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi by accusing them of being insensitive to his plight.The South Africa 2013 Africa Cup of Nations Golden Boot winner with four goals sustained a hamstring injury after scoring two goals to help Nigeria beat Mali 4-1 and set up a final clash with Burkina Faso. The Eagles beat the Stallions 1-0 to win the championship for the third time.

Emenike, who was not invited for the Eagles’ March 23 World Cup qualifier with Kenya in Calabar, has been on the treatment table at his club.

The former Fenerbahce star alleged on Friday that neither Keshi nor the NFF had contacted him since he returned to his Russian club.

“I have not been treated well by the coach and the NFF because they ignored me so soon, so fast,” Emenike was quoted by as saying.

“Nobody from the NFF or the coach himself has called to ask me about my injury. I’m bitter about this. It is unfair and I can tell you that is why some players don’t give their best for the national team.

“When a player gets injured on national duty, the football authorities and coach ought to keep in touch to let him know he is loved.

“I am not a use-and-dump player. I will not act as one at all, because my club career is very important to me than anything.”

He added, “(Victor) Anichebe  was injured while on national team duty last year but  no-sone cared about him and you think he will come to national team to give his best.”

The NFF Media Officer Ademola Olajire declined comments on Emenike’s allegation, saying he was not authorised to comment on the issue.

''I’m 49…And My Bóobs Are Still Very Firm'' – Kemi Olunloyo Yabs Nigerian Ladies

This is Kemi Olunloyo latest message, she posted it on her facebook page a while ago:Ladies!!! It’s NOT a BRA. Its a bikini top with a WIRE, the latest with tight short mini skirts. I’ve always told u my breasts are healthy, self exam on the 11th of the month for breast cancer lumps, no implants. I have told ppl on social media that my breasts are firm, chests pointed and hard and my wish is to get my pumpkins to half of Cossy’s.

I will be 49 in August. Wonder why my sons tell their pals I am SEXY and make my pics their profile pic on FB.

Nigerian women, #KeepITReal and stop the sh*t pretending. Keep ur pumpkins healthy. #LifestyleTIP. No make up and stay natural in the pool. POST YOUR PICS if ur woman is SEXIE Oh in case you don’t know who she is, one can describe Kemi Olunloyo in many ways, an outspoken journalist, media expert, advocate, politician, deportee, the list goes on. She is also the daughter of former governor of Oyo State – she is one outspoken woman that keeps on talking even when it threatens her life, she’s come under attack so many times but that has not stopped her in any way from posting comments online…

What Is Wrong With this Photo ?

Creativity or stupidity?

What Is Wrong With This Picture (Bride Index Finger Edition

Is she happy with her new families?