Monday, 1 February 2016

Shekarau Dispels Rumours He is Forming a New Party

Shekarau Dispels Rumours that He is Form­ing a New Party

An associate of the former Governor of K­ano State and immediate past Minister o­f Education Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau, Am­b Ibrahim Bala Aboki has distanced his p­rincipal from any attempt to distabilise­ the party.

Speaking earlier today with the Tsuntsu ­Hausa Newspaper correspondent monitored ­from Kano, Ambassador Aboki insisted th­at the said meeting only existed in the ­imagination of those who concocted the s­tory, emphasising that Governor Shekara­u is committed to repositioning the part­y to take its rightful place in the Nige­rian political landscape.

It will be recalled that an online media­ portal ( Not Tsuntsu ) had carried news­ that the former Governor, Governor Lami­do, Mantu and others were planning to fo­rm a new party an assertion Aboki desc­ribed as non existent.

Speaking further he urged supporters to ­disregard such reports as mere hallucin­ations in the minds of jobless reporters­ who sole aim is to peddle falsehood.

Monday, 3 August 2015


It's amazing to hear APC shout corruption, in the eyes of self appointed Special adviser on Unsubstantiated Allegations Comrade Adams Oshiomole, everyone in the PDP is a thief, while not holding forth for anyone who have diverted public funds, I sincerely believe that The APC must start the cleansing from within its fold, a case of removing the speck in your eyes before taking out the log from the other man's eyes

See what the Executive Governor of Bauchi state have to say on who funded the 2015 General Elections for APC.

‎"Amaechi brought 80% of the money the party used for the elections"

His Excellency, Mohammed Abubakar.
Executive Governor, Bauchi State.
Live, @ChannelsTV

According to the APC

"N40billion will come from donations and contributions from the party’s elected members including state governors"

See citation below

If you do the Maths

80% of 40 Billion is 32 Billion

80% of 50 Billion is 40 Billion

Either way the Governor is saying AMAECHI contributed between 30-40 Billion Naira to the APC campaign.

How did Amaechi come about such funds?

Was the monies for the Portharcourt monorail inflated or diverted ?

Was that why a concrete Pillar under Amaechi was constructed for 100 million Naira?

See for your self.....

The completion date of the Port Harcourt Mono Rail project is unknown. It covers just 4Km or 50 naira by Taxi ( A trekking distance) and has gulped $1.2 Billion or N180B.

Amaechi told us that each Piller cost him 100 million Naira

The entire Abuja Kaduna (180 KM)  Speed Rail cost GEJ 500 million USD

 ‎The entire Ethiopian Mono rail a distance of 46 Km cost 475 Million USD
Governor Amaechi had previously denied the tag APC ATM
The governor challenged his accusers to provide evidence or bank account through which he was sending money belonging to the state to APC, while also adding that the party is capable of funding its activities.
He said: “Rivers State Government has no money to fund the APC. They have been accusing me of using Rivers money to fund the APC. The APC is a big party. So, it can fund its activities.”

‎ General Buhari and the APC have no Moral Justification  to ask anybody to explain anything until Amaechi who is one of them has explained to the Nigerians how he came about the money he expended on the APC campaign.

Discerning minds must have realized by now that the "Kidnap" of the Rivers State Resident Electoral commissioner on the orders of the  chairman of the Intelligence sub-committee of the APC Campaign organization and Current Director of State Security services Lawan Daura is not a coincidence. This is despite the fact that a competent tribunal is currently seating over the Rivers election petition.

It is clear therefore that the Coffers of the Rivers state Government is of prime importance to the survival of APC as a party hence the resort to Illegal, Unconstitutional and Underhand practices to subvert the will of the Good people of River state.

May God continue to bless Nigeria and Nigerians

Saturday, 25 July 2015

This Statement By Buhari Can Set Nigeria On Fire (Video Update) -Oche Joseph O

It was Carl Shurz who said that  " you cannot subvert your neighbours rights without striking a dangerous blow at your own.
‎The Niger delta and by extension the South South south East Geo- political zone produce over 90% Of Nigeria's crude.

Till date crude oil Export still account for over 80% of Nigeria's export earnings.

Taking a critical look at the lopsided nature of recent appointments ,the complex "ethnoreligioous" composition   of the Nigerian state, this statement by General Buhari can set the nation of Fire

“Going by election results, constituencies that gave me 97% can not in all honesty be treated, on some issues, with constituencies that gave me 5%. I think these are political realities. While, certainly there will be justice for everybody but the people who voted, and made their votes count, they must feel the government has appreciated the effort they put in putting the government in place. I think this is really fair”

President Muhammadu Buhari.

The President must desist from sectionalising   the country and   see himself as father to all , Yes it is correct to reward support but openly coming out to tell a region that accounts for 90 % of your earning that they will be "punished" for voting for your opponent who incidentally is their son,  is a recipe for anarchy and return to the days of lawlessness just that this time it will come with the blessings entire states and communities.

The North gave President Jonathan the least number of votes in 2011 but the North benefited the most from the Jonathan administration.
Over 402 Almajiri schools were built , the First High speed rail in sub-Saharan Africa went to the North , Massive rice cultivation and empowerment of Northern rice Farmers , 9 of the 11 brand New Universities established by President Jonathan were located in the North, the contract for the Mambila Hydro electric plant is the biggest contract awarded by the Jonathan Administration .

Inflicting more pain  on the South South after the defeat of their Son by Almajiri votes in the words of Gov Kwankwaso  leaves much to be desired.

May God Continue to Bless Nigeria and Nigerians!


Tuesday, 14 July 2015


1. The wife that wins all arguments with her husband is not wise. The home is not a law

2. The wife that uses sex as a weapon in the home - placing embargo, going to bed in jeans shorts and
trousers -lacks wisdom.

3. The wife that uses the modern trends and laws of "women's rights" to insult or ridicule her husband simply makes a fool of herself.

4. A woman that makes her home devoid of peace
through bickering, nagging and quarrels needs help.
A man should be eager to run away from office to be at home, for that should be the safest and closest place on earth for him.

5. Modern-day equality in marriage does not mean competition, It simply means partnership. Taking advantage of such equality to turn around and become the defacto head of the home and oppress the man is tantamount to playing with fire. If you destroy your home, soon you will be the boss of an empty home.

6. A wise wife makes the man feel so good that he
assumes that he is the head. Once he gets that
feeling, the woman gently wields her power and the head actually turns to wherever the neck wants without a protest.

7. A wife that does not pull herself away from
friends' influence and advice or even from the
control of her mother and father will have herself to blame.

8. When a man is looking for a wife, he bypasses
women of different shapes and sizes to choose a wife But soon after childbirth, many women hide under the excuse of childbirth to let go of themselves. Many stop bothering about their looks,shape, dressing, etc.
Within 5 years of marriage, people start wondering if the wife is the man's aunt, even though she is 7 years younger. Her defence is that if he truly loves her, he should love her the way she is but when looking for a wife, he saw people like the present YOU and ignored them and settled for the former YOU. Today, you go to bed smelling of onions.... You go to bed wearing grandmothers' clothes. Why are you playing with your marriage? Love is not about looks - we know But looks enhances love and marriage There is a difference between someone disfiguring herself and the person being disfigured by an accident. Please don't be complacent. As hard as it may be, work on looking like you were when he first saw you and began the chase.

9. If every night you are tired, sleepy, sore, down
with headache or fever, "not in the mood," you are a joker, a serious comedian!

10. If your children suddenly become more
important to you than your husband, you need

11. If you assume that as the woman, only you need to be pampered and fussed over while the man is a stone that has no emotions, you need to be pitied.

12. A woman that has the mind of a wife does not
excite her husband. Wives are usually complacent
and presumptuous. A wife must strive to have the mind of a girlfriend, A girlfriend is always nicer, sweeter, more loving and always thinking of ways to wow her sweetheart; a girlfriend does not try to win all arguments, does not call the man a "useless man", is not careless about her looks or dressing, always smiles and laughs with the man, sends the man sweet
messages and calls, etc. Are you your husband's
girlfriend in word and in deed?



Thursday, 9 July 2015


General Mohammadu Buhari President of Nigeria
1. Arrived to work by 11:40 on his first day at office

2. Failed to publicly declare his assets as promised

3. Failed to feed school kids as promised

4. Failed to rescue Chibok girls after more that two weeks of being
in power as promised

5. Failed to pay unemployed youths ₦5,000 Naira as promised

6. Failed to pay senior citizens as promised

7. Failed to make $1 = N1 Naira as promised

8. Failed to hit the ground running as promised. No cabinet yet

9. Failed to get his aids declare their assets as promised. Anyone
with idea of where Shehu and Femi declared their assets?

10. Failed to make PMS N45Naira/liter as promised

11. Failed to eradicate Boko Haram within 30 days as promised

12. Failed to visit ANY victims of terrorism anywhere

13. No longer obeys traffic rules

14. His wife wore a N10.4 Million Naira watch to his inauguration

15. He as GCFRN ordered the Ariel bombing of innocent peaceful
Niger Deltans in Calabar creeks, killing over 350 innocent souls
and managed to muzzle the media on it

16. Exported terrorists to Igboland in the guise of 'prisoner
relocations' to insecure prisons at Ekwulobia in Anambra state. 47
Boko Haram terrorists have been taken to a prison that is not a
maximum security prison that is already over-capacitate d,
thereby creating breeding grounds for more dangerous terrorists.

17. Deleted one of the states from the federation by declaring
there are 35 states in Nigeria

18. Created a brand new country in Europe called West Germany
and put President Mitchel in charge there.

19. Travelled to about five countries and signed documents with
unknown contents

20. Sold the nine jets in the presidential fleet and unsold them
back in 24 hours again

21. Ordered military out of our highways and brought them back
in 24 hours again.

22. Dissolved an already constitutionally dissolved  NNPC board.

23. Ensured $3.4Billion Dollars (₦864 Billion Naira) went missing
from our treasury and immediately commenced shouting 'empty
treasury' in the style of professional oles of Ojuelegba who shout
'thief thief' to distract attention while their gang steals.

24. Ensured his party lost control of the NASS and Senate, turning
them into WWE entertainment grounds where blows and karate
kicks flow freely.

25. Got Tinubu mad to the point of unleashing his propaganda
bulldog, Sowore, on their own party members and himself.

26. Moved the military command centre to Maidugri against all
known military conventions

27. Building a helipad in Daura in the same manner he tried
building a ₦10Million Naira hotel in his home state when he was a

28. Visited his cows wearing a nation-embarrassing see-through
kaftan that revealed him wearing pampers-like material

29. Lifted ban on textiles and furniture, thereby reversing the gains
of local industry protection policies in those sectors that will lead
to loss of jobs.

30. Got his most ardent followers crying up and down.

Surely, Buhari has achieved in 30 days what GEJ couldn't achieve
in five years leading us to understand the true dimension of what
APC publicity secretary, Lai Mohammed said recently.

 Surely,change has come

Sunday, 5 July 2015


On May 29 I while waiting to board an Arik Air flight I saw the official Portrait of President Jonathan hanging on the airport wall for the last few hours, I knew by the time I will be landing in Abuja most likely President Jonathan will no Longer be the President of Nigeria, so took the the "historic" photograph and Opened a Thread.

In that thread I wrote :

"Nigerians may never be able to properly and objectively  assess  the president until few months from now !"

Unfortunately just 2 months into General Buhari administration myself and many others have been proven right.

Those voted him into Power are already full of regrets From Tinubu to Nairalanders the story is the same. When I saw the post below (Screen Shots) my mind went straight to that post.

When we told them it  was about GEJ experience and performance  not about Osinbajo being a Redeemed Pastor or a Yoruba Man or Buhari being a Hausa man and a Muslim they attacked us.

Sadly we must Leave live with the consequences of this action imposed on us not by the majority but by a minority garnished by the votes of underage and invisible "Almajiri" in the words of Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso .

May The King Of Heaven Help our President Find  Direction In Jesus Name!

Saturday, 4 July 2015


Efe was eighteen years old when I met her for the first time while traveling on a bus to Lokoja North Central, Nigeria. She had bright eyes and was full of life but deep beneath the light skin and radiant face was a story of pain, bitterness and love.

On a visit to her house few years ago, I noticed an unusual tattoo on her wrist that got me curious and I asked “wetin de your hand sef” (what’s that on your hand?) And she replied “It’s a long story and I don’t want to talk about it anymore” as she opened the fridge at the corner of the living room.
As I settled down into the soft leather sofa with a glass of orange juice in front of me, Efe emerged from the kitchen, walked straight to me and asked why I was interested on the scorpion tattooed to her wrist and I simply told her I was scared of people with tattoos, she smiled and said “finish your drink and I will tell you everything”.
“About ten years ago after the death of my father, my mother took me to Aunty Evelyn her cousin in Gusau, Zamfara state, North West Nigeria. I was about 12 years old. Madam as Aunty Evelyn was called treated me very well; she changed my cloths and enrolled me at a private school few meters away from her house. My joy knew no bounds as I quickly settled into my new environment.
Aunty had a very big restaurant where she sold food and alcohol. The business was booming, and the men who came to eat or drink at our place will often give us money. Our restaurant was well organized, everyone of the over 20 girls knew what was expected of each of them, apart from the occasional girl quarrel everything was perfect, until the State Government
introduce the Sharia legal system (Islamic law).

The system brought about a sudden shut down of all premises where alcohol was sold. The alcohol business was the livewire of our restaurant; its ban completely crippled our business. For several months, we watched as our once bustling restaurant and bar became a warehouse for chairs and tables while Aunty became increasingly hostile as her business fortune dwindled.

One Friday afternoon, Aunty summoned a meeting and informed everyone that she was leaving town and closing the restaurant for good, this did not come to me as a surprise as I had previously heard her discussing with a lady over the phone about her plans to relocate.

Forty eight hours later, Aunty instructed the girls to pack, selecting twelve of them to make the trip with us while others returned to their families.
Fourteen of us including aunty left the city that night aboard a Mercedes 911 truck which carried all our belongings and headed for the garden city of Port Harcourt South of Nigeria. After a long
tortuous journey, we finally arrived a city bustling with life and littered with expatriate oil workers who had lots of petro dollars,

Aunty had secured the perfect environment to re-launch her
businesses I said to myself. Two days after our arrival, our sleep was disrupted by a loud bang
on our door, it was about 2 am in the morning and we were terrified, but our fear soon gave way as we heard the voice of Aunty

Evelyn asking all the girls to move to her room. As we stepped into her room, the sight of a middle aged woman in white cloth seating over a big black pot sent further shock waves down our spines. On noticing the fear on our faces, Aunty quickly calmed our nerves by introducing us one after the other to the lady who immediately proceeded with the ceremony.

One after the other, the girls took turn to swear the oath of allegiance to Aunty and Ohe, the goddess of the night. The consequence of violating the oath was slow and painful death.
When I woke up that morning, I realized my legs were swollen;my body was probably reacting to the concoction we had taken the previous night before the scorpion was tattooed to our wrists.

Nevertheless, I soon joined the girls to entertain the white men who had visited our lodge to welcome us to the city. The white men had lots of dollars, and always lavished gifts and money on any girl who goes the extra mile to satisfy their lust. As the years rolled by we slept with men of all shades and characters, remitting eighty percent of our proceeds to Aunty. The oil workers ensured we lacked nothing. Life was good or so we thought, until
Mene died.

Mene was my best friend, she had been sick for two days and suddenly died on the third, we had all expected her to pull through, but she never did.

Aunty did not allow us mourn as Mene was quickly buried at a nearby bush and life continued as if nothing had happened. It was Mene’s death that pushed me into deep reflections; I became
Lonely and depressed as I pondered over what had happened. Mene had disagreed with Aunty a few days earlier over the fees we remit. Could aunty have murdered my best friend? As wild thoughts ran through my mind, I started planning my escape, and with every passing day I dreamt of the day when I will be free from the clutches of the Ohe deity.

As I made my plans, I realized I would need some help if my dream was to become a reality, so I shared my plot with a fellow roommate Ada, who made me believe she also wanted out only to reveal my plans to Aunty.
I was in the market, buying food stuffs for the lodge when I received a text message from Ovie Aunty Evelyn’s former boyfriend that Ada had revealed my escape plans to Aunty. Straight up I knew I had to activate my plan ahead of schedule, going back to the lodge was not an option.
Armed with the money to buy food stuffs, I headed for the motor park. That day was the last time I saw Aunty.
I boarded a vehicle heading to Abuja Nigeria’s capital city. The journey was very smooth and we arrived Abuja some few minutes before midnight. As other passengers disappeared into the darkness I searched for a spot where I could lay my head till the next day.

As the cockcrow signaled the birth of a new day, I moved round the park in a bid to get familiar with my new environment which was already bustling with life as tea sellers and restaurants light up their fire place to prepare for the day’s business. As I moved round I stumbled on an advert at a restaurant within the park which read, Sales girl wanted; apply in person. That was my perfect opportunity, I applied immediately and started work same
As night falls and the once bustling motor park goes quiet I and other workers spread our mats on the floor of the restaurant which also served as our bedroom at night. My new madam was kind tome and her business prospered under my watch. I never knew my HIV status until Victor proposed to me and we had to do some laboratory test as a pre requisite for the announcement of our wedding banns at our local church. Despite the fact that the result came back positive, Victor still went ahead and married me and today I have a son for him who is HIV negative, we received extensive counseling at the clinic when I tested positive and continued to receive support even after the birth of my son. Victor, my husband knew all I had gone through and was wiling to support me all through.

Today, I have my own restaurant, a bundle of joy as a son and a wonderful, caring and understanding husband. Heaven has been kind to me, Oche” As I left her apartment that evening, I recall the words of my mathematics teacher, Mr Rene, who said “every problem has a solution”