Saturday, 12 September 2015

CuabMind music: Collinz Banks X D'banj

Collins bankz of bank head music released a new single currently making waves on radio and blog sites recently. THE KING IS HERE -D'banj x Collins bankz is the track to jam up to!! Download now.Once again the law president has proven his rap credibility on this track. Follow Banks on twitter and instagram: @collinsbankz
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Friday, 11 September 2015

Lol! See Our Photo Of The Day


Just look at the way people are still struggling to carry their luggages while the plane caught fire. Some people just value properties than their life smh.

Davido visits his Dad's university

Davido and his billionaire dad along with his brother Adewale Adeleke and members of his entourage which includes HKN producer Shiizii and manager Kamal Ajiboye... See More After The Cut
over the weekend were in his hometown of Osun State to attend the maiden convocation of the Adeleke University, which is owned by his family......The HKN crew inspected on-going construction at the Adeleke University’s permanent site which is being describes as an “ultra modern educational facility worth many billions of naira.”




Orezi's New Look Will Make You Laugh


His new album will be released today.But what do you think is wrong with this pic.

Alert!! Armed Robbers Now Pretend As ATM Users At Night To Rob-Ministry of Information Advise

FG has told Nigerians to be very cautious while using ATM machines at night, as armed robbers now hide at ATM machine points, pretending to be ATM users and using the opportunity to rob unsuspecting victims.
See what they wrote below:
“The attention of the Federal Government has been drawn to the operation of armed robbers who attack members of the public while using the Automated Teller Machines (ATM) at night. The general public is advised to be vigilant and alert while using the ATM and should use machines that are located in well lit premises with adequate security around . Furthermore, the Federal Government advices all banks to ensure that ATM’s are situated in properly lit premises and should ensure that they engage night guards to enhance the safety of their customers.”
May God help us in this country.

Fayose, Wike kick against death penalty for corrupt govt officials

Governors of Ekiti and Rivers state have kicked against the suggestion that government officials found guilty of stealing the Nations treasury should be sentenced to death.

The state governors spoke against this during the National rallies held by NLC members to canvass for support for the Buhari anti corruption drive as well as call for death penalty to be enforced on corrupt government officials.

Speaking through his Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi, Fayose argued that death penalty which has been enforced in some other countries has not stopped the looting of public funds in those countries. 

“In countries where death penalty was introduced, it has not stopped looting. In advanced countries like US, jail sentence is the penalty. What we need is proper moral education to change orientation of the people. Jail sentence is better; it can reform,” he told Punch

In the same vein, the Rivers state Governor, Nyesom Wike who spoke through his media aide, Opunabo Inko-Tariah, said that death penalty was practiced in the military regime. He however called for a review of the laws on looting the Nations treasury

“Nigerians have a role to play by deriding looters and not to praise them for their fiscal irresponsibility. There should be a strong punitive measure to discourage looting because of its domino effects. When a treasury is looted, there won’t be money for the provision of necessities such as hospitals, roads, etc. Maybe because it happened in Ghana and the economy improved, the labour organisations want it in Nigeria. But that was a military regime and Jerry Rawlings was a military man. However, the extant laws on looting need serious and urgent review, even if the death penalty is discouraged.”he said

Ondo state governor, Olusegun Mimiko, who spoke through his information commissioner, Kayode Akinmade, said due process must be followed if Nigerians agree that the death penalty is what should be meted on corrupt officials.

“We are not under a military rule; this is democracy and we have constitution that we follow. If it is put in the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, irrespective of whether you are a governor or not, so be it. If that is what Nigerians want, it is okay. Everybody is against corruption, but there is a process of making law. Thank God we have a National Assembly and the state assemblies who are representative of the people. If such bill could be sent to the national and state assemblies and be passed into law, it must become a law. If the process is followed and it is the wish of Nigerians that looters be killed, why not? Let it become a law. It is a fact that Nigerians are not happy with this corruption tag, which has slowed down our economic development but if we have a law that will bring about capital punishment for the looters, it is okay.”he said

Kim K wears thigh-high stocking boots as she attends event with Kanye

Mrs West wore head-to-toe gold and thigh-high stocking-heels as she and husband Kanye attended one of the parties at New York Fashion Week yesterday. More photos after the cut...


EFCC arrests BGL boss, Okumagba over alleged N28.9bn fraud

The Managing Director of BGL Plc, Mr. Albert Okumagba, has been arrested by officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC for allegedly being involved in a N28.9bn fraud.

According to Punch, Okumagba was arrested on Wednesday September 9th following a petition by the Security and Exchange Commission in May, 2015.

"The EFCC has arrested Mr. Albert Okumagba, Group Managing Director of BGL Plc, a financial services company, for offences allegedly bordering on obtaining money by false pretences. The 51year old, who hails from Delta State, was picked up late Wednesday, September 9, 2015, by operatives of the EFCC. His arrest was triggered by investigation into a petition submitted to the anti-graft agency by the Security and Exchange Commission in May 2015. The suspect is alleged to have diverted the sum of N28.9bn being proceeds of private placements of 4.3bn ordinary shares of 50k each at N7.00k per share in 2007. The company, whose subsidiaries include BGL Capital, BGL Private Equity, BGL Security and BGL Asset Management, allegedly lured 50 investors from across the country into subscribing to the company’s shares, promising them options of liquidity and exit within two years"the source said
The source added that contrary to promises made to them by Okumagba, his investors were not able to liquidate their assets. He also failed to fulfill a promise of listing his organization, BGL on the Securities and Exchange Commission two years after the offer in 2008. 

Confirming his arrest, the Head of Media and Publicity of the EFCC, Wilson Uwujaren said he was being interrogated. No fewer than 40 petitions were said to have been sent to the SEC against BGL by aggrieved capital market investors in the country as well as the Rivers State Ministry of Finance.

I don't hate Buhari- Fayose

Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose says contrary to popular belief, he does not hate President Buhari. He said this while receiving the state labour leaders, led by the Chairmen of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Raymond Ade-Adesanmi and Trade Union Congress, Ayodeji Ladeji, in his office in Ado Ekiti yesterday September 10th.

He said:
“I consider the anti-corruption war of President Muhammadu Buhari as mere propaganda. If you want to fight corruption, you have to do it by example. President Buhari must start from his party men. He should probe how his campaign was funded because he told Nigerians that he is a poor man. Whatever I say about Buhari should not be mistaken for hatred, I don’t hate him. But, he has to desist from fighting corruption with political face. I differed seriously to his anti-corruption war because he has been protecting other former heads of state, except President Goodluck Jonathan, who contested against him. 
What is happening to Halliburton’s scandal and other corruption cases perpetrated before Jonathan’s government? This is what I expected the labour to do. They should ask questions, rather than mere protests.”he said
Fayose accused the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for allegedly displaying signs of corruption.
“The commission has been evading the payment of N10 million it ought to pay me over appeal court judgement when I sued EFCC for harassing my wife. Is this not corruption. I stand to be corrected, I am the only governor who calls the labour leaders to Joint Allocation Account Committee and Federation Allocation Account Committee to decide how the state allocation should be spent. This is to tell you that I have nothing to hide and nothing to fear.”he said

Thursday, 3 September 2015

Photos from #Aminah_Ibrahim's wedding

Guess you all must have bin waiting to see different faces present at the event. On the 30th of Aug. Lo sele. My in law is now Ibrahim's wife, here are pics from the event

Photos from Bj Bam`s bday

Cuab rising star Bj bam celebrated his birthday this last Friday at liquid lounge, Ikeja.

Kim K celebrates 45 million IG followers with grainy boob photos

Kim K now has 45 million instagram followers and she thanked all of them by sharing these cleavage photos.

Ne-Yo's fiancee lashes out at his fans

Ever since Ne-Yo announced that he's expecting a baby with his new fiancee, after making his ex tie her tubes, fans have been dragging him on social media.

Friday, 15 May 2015

Woman gives birth aboard a carribbean cruise ship and leaves the newborn baby underneath a bed

A woman, Alicia Keir, 24 gave birth to a healthy baby girl on a Caribbean cruise ship and left the baby to die beneath a bed  (when she was 20).
Alicia Keir, 24, from DeMotte, Indiana, pleaded guilty to an involuntary manslaughter charge in federal court on Wednesday and faces up to eight years in prison when she is sentenced on August 20.