Man Arrested For Shaving Off Woman's Pubic Hair While She Slept (Photo)

 The Edo State Police Command has arrested a ‎35-year old man, Ibrahim Adamu and has paraded him at the ‎state police command headquarters on Wednesday,

 The Edo State Police Commissioner, Samuel Adegbuyi, said the suspect lured the victim “into his room, shave her arm pit hair and her pubic hair without her consent while she slept.”

 Adamu confessed to shaving the woman’s pubic hair while sleeping, but said that the woman was his girlfriend.

 “I shaved the pubic hair of the woman because I wanted to sleep with her, she is my girlfriend,” he said.

 He however denied that he did it for ritual purposes, adding that, he threw away the hair away afterwards.

 Ibrahim added that when the woman woke up and discovered that he had shaved off her hair, she demanded the hair but when he could not produce it, she raised alarm and the people around the place called the police ‎who arrested him immediately.

 The police commissioner said investigation was still ongoing into the case.

Bode George Confirms He Will Flee The Country

 Following the official declaration of Gen. Buhari as the winner of the presidential election, former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), Chief Bode George told Vanguard that he will be going on exile.

In his words:
 "What will I be doing here? I can decide to go and live anywhere. Look at everyone surrounding him (Buhari). So, I am not joking about it, what will I be doing here? At 70, what will I be doing here? All we have been doing to restructure the country has been lost. We have been trying to ensure balance in the polity but all that has gone. What else will I be doing here?” 
Mr George was reportedly sighted at the American embassy this morning. Reports suggests that he may have started processing his Visa or Asylum application.

Do's and don'ts : Obasanjo Writes Gen. Buhari Open letter

 Who said been president needs no manual? Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has written the President elect, Gen Buhari an open letter. In the letter, Chief Obasanjo charged Gen. Buhari to embark on reforming all of Nigeria's national institutions, particularly the military.

 Read below...
 I hasten to congratulate you on your success and victory in the Presidential Elections of March 28, 2015. Your success and victory after three previous unsuccessful attempts must be great object lessons for you and for all politicians, particularly in Nigeria. For me, the totality of 2015 elections hold many lessons for our democracy and democratisation process, which are both maturing. On this occasion, the system has been unnecessarily overheated before and particularly during the campaigns when emphasis was more on trivialities and hate, divisive, undignifying and disrespectful statements and comments rather than on pressing issues requiring attention.
I know that in victory, you will be magnanimous to start binding the wounds and bitterness occasioned by the campaign and the evil disciples.

With so much harm already done to many national institutions including the military, which proudly nurtured you and me, you will have a lot to do on institution reform, education, healthcare, economy, security, infrastructure, power, youth employment, agribusiness, oil and gas, external affairs, cohesiveness of our nation and ridding our land of corruption.

Your varied and wide experience will undoubtedly stand you in good stead. I am also sure that there are men and women of goodwill, character and virtue across the board that you can mobilise to join hands with you in the reform, repairs and redirection that will be imperative to put Nigeria back on the fast lane of good governance, unity, cohesiveness, development and progress.

Once again, I felicitate with you and wish you well.

First Lady Patience Jonathan Calls On Nigerian Women To Support Mrs Buhari

 First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan has called on all Nigerian women to show support to the incoming first lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari. Thsi she said in a congratulatory message signed by her media aide, Ayo Adewuyi, Mrs Jonathan wished Mrs Buhari well in her new task as First Lady of Nigeria.

The message read in part:
 “The First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan (Mama Peace) has congratulated the wife of the President elect, Hajia Aisha Buhari on the election of her husband, Gen Muhammadu Buhari. The First Lady appeals to the Nigerian women to work with Hajia Aisha Buhari and give her the maximun support to make her succeed in her new assignment. The First Lady (Mama Peace) wishes her well in her new task.” 

Lucky Woman wins Brand New BMW After Aprils Fool Day prank

Not everything is a prank even on April Fools' day. A newspaper published an "April Fools' Day Special" where they said, on the front page of the paper, that the first person who brought the front page and their old car to the BMW dealership, would win a car in exchange for their existing one.

Hardly anyone "fell for" this prank - it looked obviously fake.

However, when Tianna Marsh saw it, she thought it may be a double bluff.

She drove her 15-year-old Nissan Avenir to the BMW dealership and bravely brandished the front page of the New Zealand Herald.
She was rewarded with a new BMW 1 Series, worth $50,000 NZ (£25,000) in exchange for her old car.

The firm actually hired security guards in case there were massive crowds and riots.

This wasn't needed however, as most people who saw the advertisement didn't believe it.

The dealership commented that there were "no tears shed" for the old station wagon, and Ms Marsh proudly claimed the new car.

We aren't particularly surprised by that revelation.

Ministers Pay Solidarity Visit To Jonathan In Lonely Aso Rock

Aso Rock wore a very sad look today being the first day after the president lost his second term election to Gen Buhari.

The weekly Federal Executive Council meeting did not hold but some members of the federal executive council FEC, mostly ministers, gathered at the President’s office later in the day to pay a solidarity visit.

Some of the ministers who met with the President were the Attorney-General of the Federation, Mr. Mohammed Adoke (SAN); Minister of State II, Foreign Affairs, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro; Minister of Interior, Mr. Abba Moro; Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Aminu Wali; and Minister of National Planning Suleiman Abubakar.

Some female ministers also gathered and visited the President in group.

They included the Minister of Women Affairs, Zainab Maina; Minister of Communication Technology, Omobola Johnson; Minister of Water Resources, Sarah Ochekpe; Minister of Environment, Laraba Mallam; Minister Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Akon Eyakenyi.

According to Punch, one of the ministers who pleaded anonymity said that they used the opportunity of the visit to encourage the President and commend him for his achievements.

The government official expressed the optimism that Jonathan might win the Nobel Peace Prize for ensuring that the nation remains peaceful after conducting a free, fair and credible election.

Meanwhile, United States President Barack Obama has praised Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan for conceding defeat in an election that he said showed Nigeria’s commitment to democratic principles.

Lucky People Get Free Petrol To Commemorate Buhari Victory

Stories are still  pouring in of the activities that went down to commemorate the victory of APC and Buhari at the presidential election. Some residents of seven-seven area in Ikare Akoko today enjoyed free petroleum products from a filling station in the area.
This is in commemoration of the Victory of Gen Mohammadu Buhari who was declared the president elect by the independent National Electoral Commission.
The owner filling station named Cellam filling station said a man who was excited approached him and paid for all the fuel he has left in his underground tank and as a result, the sation started giving out the product for free.
I know you will wish you were living close to that vicinity

Top 10 Failed Prophecies of 2015 Presidential Elections(MUST READ)

Prophet Joshua's prophecy was very popular
This article can also be tagged the death of prophecies in Nigeria. I am always of the opinion that men of God are too partisan, they should stop abusing God's name with their clever, intelligent but fake prophecies. Predicting the outcome of a future election the way they went about it has got so many negatives than positives for the country, the politicians and for Christianity at large. Some of the downside includes;
1. Since almost all prophecies profited PDP and President Goodluck Jonathan, PDP politicians may have been relaxed with their campaign strategy, afterall God said they would win.In a country where people hold tightly to prophecy, this can really raise false hopes or kill the strong enthusiasm of the opposition.

2. With their guess work,they bring doubt to our 'Sacred' faith. We all know God cannot fail and cannot lie, prophesying wrongly has negative consequences for our faith. We cannot continue to honor pastors who prophesy wrongly, they could be leading God's people astray and raising question marks about their calling. We have heard pastors say, God told them they will be President of this great country, and after a while, they wake from their dream and face actual reality.Mostly, it turns out to be just their own prophesy concerning their lives but one thing they forget is that, they are gradually ruining the trust we have for God's prophecy.

3. The future is supposed to be unsure and those who want to succeed at anything should work hard. Prophesying defeats this purpose and makes people want to cut corners and become complacent.

I want to stress that Christians are the ones putting pressures on their men of God to be soothsayers or magicians and such practices will continue to have strong devastating effect on our lives and our faith . 

Christianity is respected for many virtues like peace, love, positive thinking/creativity and prosperity, let's embrace what it promises us generally rather than expecting the unknown from men who just wants to be famous, rich and respected.
 Read some of the prophecies that will never see the light of day,,,
1. Prophet Joshua Iginla said Goodluck is not perfect but will win. Read Here
2. Prophet Godfrey Gbujie said Goodluck Jonathan would win but will be Nigeria's last civilian president. Read here.
3. Apostle Johnson Suleiman said Goodluck is coming back. Read Here.
4. Primate Theophilus Oluwasaanu Olabayo said there will be deadlock or no elections at all. Read here
5. Apostle Dr.Ogochukwu Tochukwu Amaukwul said too many inconsistent predictions. Read here
7. Prophet Paul Okikijesu said because APC will fail to unite,PDP will win the presidential election. Read Here.
8. After all the Davidic and Jonathanic talk, Apostle Perez Iyiola Oluyemi still said Jonathan will rule a second term. Read here.
9. Primate Elijah Ayodele had very good prophecy but said APC would not win the presidency. Read here
10. Pastor Ezenwa Nwazuo said Goodluck will win but die shortly.check here

Man is not God and cannot tell tomorrow and prayers does not win elections when governance is bad. Let us all speak the truth and be set free because time may be slow but it does justify everything under the sun.

 Samuel -jnr Oghogho(samizares)

Photos of PDP Leaders Crying After Losing to APC

It's official, APC is now the flagship party that will stair the affairs of the nation at the presidential level for the next 4 years. PDP has controlled power for about 16 years and it is time for a change. After the announcement of the presidential election, see photos of leaders of the PDP crying as they have lost the most prized possession in Nigeria politics.

It's April's fool day readers, have a nice one!!!

Official Statement by President Jonathan on presidential election 2015

It's official we have we new President come May 29th in the person of Gen. Mohammed Buhari but i before i present the statement of President Goodluck Jonathan, i will like to commend the president for the way and manner he has carried himself right from the start of the elections, he will he highly remembered for this. Official statement by president Jonathan after the announcement of the results of presidential election
Fellow Nigerians,
I thank you all for turning out en-masse for the March 28 General Elections. I promised the country free and fair elections. I have kept my word. I have also expanded the space for Nigerians to participate in the democratic process. That is one legacy I will like to see endure.
Although some people have expressed mixed feelings about the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), I urge those who may feel aggrieved to follow due process based on our constitution and our electoral laws, in seeking redress.
As I have always affirmed, nobody’s ambition is worth the blood of any Nigerian. The unity, stability and progress of our dear country is more important than anything else.
I congratulate all Nigerians for successfully going through the process of the March 28th General Elections with the commendable enthusiasm and commitment that was demonstrated nationwide.
I also commend the Security Services for their role in ensuring that the elections were mostly peaceful and violence-free.
To my colleagues in the PDP, I thank you for your support. Today, the PDP should be celebrating rather than mourning. We have established a legacy of democratic freedom, transparency, economic growth and free and fair elections.

For the past 16 years, we have steered the country away from ethnic and regional politics. We created a Pan-Nigerian political party and brought home to our people the realities of economic development and social transformation.
Through patriotism and diligence, we have built the biggest and most patriotic party in Nigerian history. We must stand together as a party and look to the future with renewed optimism.
I thank all Nigerians once again for the great opportunity I was given to lead this country and assure you that I will continue to do my best at the helm of national affairs until the end of my tenure.
I have conveyed my personal best wishes to General Muhammadu Buhari.
May God Almighty continue to bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
I thank you all.
Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR