Thursday, August 22

Tuface Is Not Human - BurnaBoy

Burna was a guest on Toolz's show The Juice. And here's what he said when he was asked which Nigerian artist inspires him.

Burna: "Tuface. I don’t even feel he’s human. Like I have a theory in my head like he’s just not human. He can’t be human! It’s like this; nothing affects him. He is just so smooth” 


Omotola Ekeinde Shares Her Family's Rome Vacation Picture

Someone said Omotola's daughter has it in her. So, if you know where Omotola lives with her daughter and you live close by, this is the time to strike before it's too late. *lol*


Policewoman Demanding N100 In Video Has Been Arrested

The Lagos State Police Command on Wednesday said it has arrested the policewoman caught in a video footage demanding a bribe of N100 from a commercial bus driver.
Punch reports Public Relations Officer of the command, Ngozi Braide, said  the arrest followed a probe of the video which has been circulating on the social media.

“We have arrested her and she is presently in custody. She will be made to undergo an orderly room trial and the outcome will be made public,’’ Braide said.

When asked to provide the name and the station the female cop was attached, Braide said she could not immediately provide the details and told our correspondent to call back.Subsequent calls placed to her phone were not answered. A text message sent to her phone on the matter was also not replied.

In the last 24 hours, the one-minute 25 seconds video, which first appeared on YouTube, has attracted double the amount of views, moving from 23,000 to over 46, 000 as at the time of this report.In the footage, the policewoman was heard insisting on collecting the N100 bribe from a driver who she apprehended for violating a traffic rule at a yet-to-be identified location in Lagos.The driver who had passengers in the bus was heard appealing to her that he should be allowed to proceed on his journey. But the driver’s pleas fell on deaf ears as the policewoman insisted on collecting the bribe.The policewoman was heard saying, “E no concern me. Pay me my own money.”


3 Nabbed As They Attempt To Snatch Former Miss Nigeria Feyi Sodipo's Car In Ogun State

3 fake security operatives were arrested in Abeokuta, yesterday, after attempting to snatch former Miss Nigeria, Feyi Sodipos car.

The suspects who were two men and a woman had claimed to be security operatives working for the organisers of Miss Nigeria beauty pageant.Vanguard gathered that the suspects who rode in a  Honda Shuttle car with number plate  LAGOS, KA 35 EKY were said to have ordered the former beauty queen to enter their car from Lagos to Abeokuta to retrieve her car gift, Hyundai with number plate LAGOS GGE 354 AJ  where she parked it.
Attempt by the suspects to take  the car away from the Arcade ground of the Ogun State secretariat complex in Oke Mosan, Abeokuta, however, met stiff resistance as the mother of the ex-beauty queen raised the alarm that attracted people to the scene.

The suspects  who  reportedly claimed  to be police officers, however, failed to identify themselves  when security operatives attached to the office of the state governor intervened.
Governor  Ibikunle Amosun’s security attaché with instruction from  the command’s Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Muyiwa Adejobi, consequently arrested the suspects and took them to the Ibara Police Divisional headquarters in Abeokuta.

Speaking with newsmen over the development, former Miss Nigeria,  said the people  had  been chasing her  round the  place, asking  her to surrender the car gift she got from the Akwa Ibom State government.
Narrating her ordeal, Feyi said:

“Organisers of the programme made many promises that they didn’t keep and now they want to collect the car given to me by Akwa Ibom State government.“They want to collect this gift from me because Ogun State government has given me another car so I must surrender the one given to me by the Akwa Ibom State governmet.”

Feyi further told newsmen that  there was no part of the contract she signed with the organisers that they will retrieve the car from her, stressing that the Hyundai car was registered in her name.
Feyi’s mother, Mrs. Mary Sodipo, told newsmen that she decided to raise alarm so that the suspects who had coerced her daughter to take them to where she was keeping the car would not harm her.

At press time, the three suspects were being detained at Ibara police station for onwards transfer to the command’s headquarters in Eleweran.


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