Monday, July 21
A lot has been said about her recently. And this is Lola's reaction to it all. Her posts continue after the cut
The Department of State Security has denied arresting former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili.
Oby had earlier on tweeted about her being detained and her passport seized then released later. But the Director-General of the DSS, Mr, Ita Ekpeyong, told State House correspondents on Monday that there was no truth in the report.
Ekpeyong said the former minister was currently in London and there was no way she could have been arrested. He said:
“Did she tell you she was arrested? Did you see her? She is currently in London and that shows you that she was not arrested. We did not arrest her.”
Hmm. Former rapper turned preacher Mase has reportedly dumped his church and gone back to rapping.
According to TMZ:
On-again, off-again rapper/pastor Mase has officially left his parishioners of the El Elyon International Church high and dry and has run back to the rap game full time. TMZ broke the story ... and it's sensational in every way.
Mase, who "retired" from rap in 1999 to pursue a career in the ministry, built up thousands of followers split into two churches in Atlanta and Phoenix ... preaching the
Nigerian billonaire Femi Otedola's 21 year old daughter, Dj Cuppy pictured above with her mum and dad, today graduated from King’s College London with a degree in Business Management. An excited Cuppy, real name is Florence Otedola took to her IG page to share the good news and photos from her celebration. Big congrats to her. She has also been admitted to New York University for her Masters program.
A four-man gang said to be kidnappers stormed Oshodi under bridge on Saturday, snatching a young woman at gunpoint. One of them was reported to have worn the uniform usually used by officials of the anti-robbery squad.
Punch reports that the victim was walking along with her mother when she was confronted by the men. It was said that the mother was threatened with a gun when she wanted to defend her daughter.
The gang, who were said to have arrived at the Oshodi area around 2.30pm, whisked the woman
The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a couple, Mr. Danladi Wushishi, and Mrs. Ojuolape Wushishi, for allegedly duping unsuspecting victims to the tune of N20m in fake auction sales in Lagos.
PUNCH Metro reports that while Ojuolape was arrested on Wednesday, June 18, at Odeogbolu Street, Ijegun, Danladi, was apprehended at Allen Avenue on Friday, June 25. The couple were arrested after a petition was sent to the Commissioner of Police, Umar Manko, from one of the victims, Mrs. Chinyere Uzorchukwu, who was allegedly duped by the couple to the tune of N5m.
The Special Anti-Robbery Squad operatives had subsequently gone on the trail of the couple and arrested them.
The Wushishis had allegedly collected money from their victims under the false pretext that they had
I'm writing this because I need advice. I'm 25years old, a Christian while my boy friend is 35 and a strong Muslim, especially his family you know what I mean. He desperately wants to settle down. I did promise him marriage but after getting to know his family, I'm so confused.
He's so close to his family that there's no day they don't see each other. His family's
#BringBackOurGirls lead campaigner, Oby Ezekwesili was earlier on today detained by the State Security Service (SSS). The former Minister of Education was stopped from traveling to the UK where she was billed to have an interview with British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Hardtalk. She was later released and allowed to make her trip to the United Kingdom. Tweets continue after the cut...
A heartbroken father of three Australian children killed on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has taken indefinite leave from his job as head of Buxton Resources.
The children, Mo, 12, Evie, 10 and Otis, eight, had boarded MH17 with their grandfather Nick Norris so they could return to Australia from their European holiday in time to start school this week. Their parents Mr. Maslin and his wife Rin had farewelled their three children on the ill-fated flight last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maslin had planned to stay on in Amsterdam for a few more days after their children
A Nigerian-born accountant at a chain of academies is at the centre of a fraud investigation after £4million of school funds ended up in his personal accounts.
Samuel Kayode, pictured above, is said to have spent much of the cash on an extravagant lifestyle and buying a string of properties.
DailyMail in a fresh report yesterday says the 57-year-old part-time pastor was told by the High Court to pay £4.1million back more than a year ago. He has failed to do so, and it is feared most of the cash has been transferred to Nigeria. The case, kept secret for almost two years, is believed to be Britain’s biggest ever education fraud.
The vast sum of money is missing from the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation Trust in South London.
Hello Laila, I've been having a string of bad luck recently and sincerely, I'm searching for a very good reason to explain them.
I was meant to go for a job interview last Monday. I left the university three years ago, have done NYSC and have been job hunting all these time. Recently this offer with a private firm here in Lagos with a comfortable start off pay came up and I was looking forward to joining the mass of unemployed Nigerian graduates like me that I know would show up at the venue. I was ready to nail it and all of that, but you won't
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