Saturday, October 5
Major Emmanuel Chirchir said the attackers were
- Abu Baara al-Sudani,
- Omar Nabhan,
- Khattab al-Kene
- and Umayr, .
Mum Of 6 Gets The Public To Donate N3.5m To Her So She Can Have The 'Largest Boobs In The World' Title!
A 45 years old busty glamour model and mother of six Lacey Wildd has raised $23,000 in donations from fans so she can have a boob job that will make her the lady with the largest augmented breasts in the world.
The operation, her thirteenth in total, is set for early 2014 and plastic surgeons plan to insert implants weighing more than 15kg into her chest.
Reports say medical experts have repeatedly warned Lacey that her new operation is not safe.
Addicted Lacey has had 12 breast enlargements as well as tummy tucks, bottom implants and silcone implants in her lips.
Her chest is already so heavy at 21pounds, that she had to have an internal bra made of pigskin and her own muscle implanted into her torso.
Even her children are not in support of their mother's new operation, as her looks have seen them face cyber-bullying and teasing at school.
They also fear bigger implants will cause terrible side-effects such as stretching, tearing, or even an infection that might kill her.
But the bubbly blonde insists she is going ahead with the operation, that her ambition to increase the size of her breasts is actually for her children's welfare.
I want to leave a legacy to my children,' says Ms Wildd, who has six children ranging in age from six to 29, plus a 25-year-old stepson.
My goal was never to be famous. My goal was to be able to take care of my children, to be able to support them'
She said growing up she was one of six children, and her mother was so poor they couldn’t afford a house with electricity or running water.
‘I want to provide for my kids and pay for a college education, so they have opportunities I didn't have.
Having the largest breasts will increase my fame and earning power considerably. I want to make the most of this opportunity, to give my kids a good lifestyle.
When I tell my driver that Tunji Okusanya of MIC is dead, I envision he will say, 'ah! man daada to ma'n fun mi l'owo yen!'(dat generous man!).
I walked into his office to invite him 2 Season2 of our show in 2010. We had never met but he hugged me.
He told me how he loved our show and how I would go far up the ladder of Success. I discovered that he liked to laugh a lot.
On the day of recording, he came to time and when we were done, he shared money around like a politician going to the polls. And so we would become 'friends'. More like Egbon (elder sibling) and aburo (younger sibling).
When my father died 2years later and we reeled in pain and confusion, his boys were there in 30mins with MIC's best hearse. Without a mention of money, they took my dad to the best morgue around and immediately started making plans for the burial.
In his office, he gave me my pick of the best coffins and asked me to bring any amount of money I wished. 'I could do it for free', he said, 'but I don't want you to bury your father in a coffin that costs you nothing'.
On burial day, he personally carried my father's body all the way to our village, Ajaawa, in Oyo State. He spent the night. Next morning, he danced in front of the coffin to and from the church and personally laid my dad to rest. He also stayed for the party after, 'spraying' money on us all as we all danced to Shina Peters, trying to bury our sorrow.
When I returned to thank him in his Lagos office, he was wearing a beautiful pair of slippers. Black and obviously costly. 'I like your slippers Uncle', I said. He immediately removed them and insisted I must take them there and then!
I protested long but he wouldn't budge. If you see me wearing a pair of Italian leather slippers, they are the ones.
He explained to me how life was just fleeting and how we should try our best to avoid unhealthy attachment(s) to anything. You see, having buried so many, rich and poor alike, he had a view to life dat was uncommon & probably wholesome in health.
He also agreed to come on our show for the 2nd time setting a record as the only Special Guest to have had that honor.
When it was time to get married, he danced behind me on the engagement day, wearing my colors and yes, sharing money again.
Not minding age, he threw himself prostrate beside me and my friends as we 'begged' for my wife in the tradition of the land.
He would call me up every now and again, always chuckling. 'Iyawo mi nko', he would ask? (how is my wife?) He was in the habit of saying to my family, 'I love you guys'. I am not sure I ever said d same to him even though I felt it.
And so I woke this rainy day as even the skies mourned and shed tears thinking 'surely if good deeds meant anything...surely if good deeds mean anything, this was a man who did not deserve to go thus. Surely not in this manner!'
But what do I know? I am just another traveller on this parched tract. Your work and Legacy live after you Uncle Tunji.
I love and will miss you.
In the words of the yoruba people, 'O ye Olorun bi ko ye Eniyan'. (God understands all mystery)
The national secretariat of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP was yesterday thrown into pandemonium and state of total confusion as both senior and junior staff ran for safety following fear of a planted bomb by an undisclosed group.
According to Vanguard, a director of the party received the verified report of a credible threat to attack the secretariat starting from Friday.
He informed all the necessary directors and officials within the leadership and this was later leaked to the general Staff who took the news and reacted very fast yesterday.
As the news went round the Wadata Plaza of the PDP National Secretariat, barely twenty four hours after the Lagos Plane crash, top party officials were seen scampering to leave the secretariat, just as some directors hurriedly discharged their staff for the weekend.
Presently, more security personnel have been deployed while more sand bags were being added to the ones already mounted at the main entrance to the secretariat.
The party is yet to officially respond to the situation.
Her huge fans they are.
This picture was taken in Owerri where Chika Ike is currently on set. The kids surrounded Chika, all trying to give her a hug at the same time.
A Saudi bound Kabo Air plane carrying 400 passengers from Kano made an emergency landing at the Sir Abubakar III international Airport in Sokoto early today.
According to SaharaReporters, the Boeing 747 jumbo jet left Kano on Friday en route to Saudi Arabia but had to divert to Sokoto after several of its tyres exploded immediately after it took off the Aminu Kano International Airport in Kano.
All the passengers aboard the airline have been evacuated from the plane and lodged in a hotel in the ancient city.