Indeed, the marriage crisis of controversial actress Tonto Dikeh is getting heated up with the latest moves by a source close to her to ensure her husband Olakunle Churchill is portrayed in a bad light. According to exclusive information from AbujaCity News, actress who started the marriage crashing scandal with the removal of the husband name on her instagram, was reported to have allegedly fuelled the PA and husband romance to attract public sympathy.
It was revealed according inside source, that the mother of one, boasted to her husband that she would drag his image to the mud with her overwhelming influence on social media. She threatened to bring him down on social media as the husband does not command such authority or fame on the Internet. Her supposed determination to downplay him and his image, instigated her messy disposition in her mother- inlaw's house, where she was alledgedly accused of attacking and pushing down her mother- in law. Her 2 hours breaking of home properties was reported to be as a result of her marijuana related reactions in her family home. Which according to source was the height of embarrasing the husband faced that prompted him to travel. Tonto Dikeh, hurriedly removed her husband's name on instagram to elicit fand sympathy for her and public condemnation for the husband.
As the issue of the alleged infidelity of her husband was gradually phasing off as the accused lady refuted the claim on TV, Tonto Dikeh was fingered to have sponsored her colleague, one Uche Maduagwu of TINSEL to fire another allegation of Gay accusation, with recorded Youtube video - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zeiHZteQPac The unpopular young Actor earlier posted today that Bobrisky and Lagos designer Swankyjerry were his bae? The post was hurriedly removed. Uche Maduagwu quickly posted again that his account was hacked to defend the earlier posted. Swankyjerry is said to be the friend to Tonto Dikeh and a family friend of the couple. The Misleading story from Uche Maduagwu attacking Churchill on Instagram was brought down by some blogs including Instagblog for its strong defaming impression.
The latest gist which is believed to have emanated from an online media few hours ago in a rumour capacity but consciously sponsored gossip, is the domestic violence which was alleged to be one of the reason she left the married. This seem very obvious that the excuses to justify her celebrity marriage breakup is to keep throwing stones on the husband and sacrificing her family secrecy on the alter of social media
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Stella Idika is one of the most promising actresses in the industry currently. Her roles in movies like Empire, Soldier Boy, Woman in me and Descendants of Jezebel are evidences of her creativity.
The tall and busty diva had a chat with Inside Nollywood during which she disclosed that her boobs are the most cherished part of her anatomy and that her boyfriend can't do without the round fleshy mounds. "My boobs and face are so special to me but I cherish my boobs more. They are not that big but I like its shape and the fitting it gives my clothes. Asides, my boyfriend loves them very much; he can't do without my boobs,'' she squealed in laughter. . . Idika also opened up on what turns her off in men, saying that being dirty and unkempt is a rebuff for her. "I can't stand a guy that smells of stale sweat all the time and those who's feet stink when they take-off their shoes. I also can't date guys that talks down on women. These kinds of men believe that every successful lady out there is lose. That mentality is totally wrong and pisses me off!'' . .
Clearing the widespread rumours that she is a smoker, the Ohaofia, Abia State-born starlet admitted that truly, she used to smoke but had since dumped cigarettes for good.
Chief Audu Ogbeh, has blamed rising cost of food items on corrupt practices of men of the Nigeria Police, Nigeria Army, and Nigeria Customs Service. . . Ogbeh told stunned members of the Senate Committee on Agriculture that the extortionist practices of the uniformed operatives especially at the numerous check points and ports was responsible for the acute hunger in the land. . . The minister spoke at the 2017 budget defence of his ministry. He noted that despite having written formally to the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, Comptroller General of Customs, Hameed Ali and other heads of security agencies against the unhealthy situation, the fraudulent practices remained unabated. . . Ogbeh said: "One of the factors responsible for the high cost of food items is the daily unbearable extortions men of the Nigeria Police, their counterpart in the Army and Customs Service visit on truck drivers conveying farm produce from the hinterland to urban centres under the guise of carrying out security checks. . . These truck drivers based on raw lamentations made to the Ministry in recent time, alleged that at every check points, they are always forced to part with reasonable amount of money by any group of the security agencies, which they said, made farmers to have no option than to factor cost of the extortion into prices of the food items."
Rivers State Government has set up a Task Force to tackle the black soot pollutting the atmosphere of Port Harcourt and its environs.
The Task Force is mandated to investigate and resolve the environmental challenge.
This was part of the resolutions of the State Executive Council meeting of Wednesday at the Government House, Port Harcourt Executive Council Chambers chaired by Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike .
The Task Force to investigate the Black Soot has the Commissioner of Environment, Professor Roseline Konya, Commissioner of Special Duties, Mr Emeka Onowu and the Commissioner of Information, Dr Austin Tam-George as members. The committee which will be backed by technical experts will liaise with major stakeholders to resolve the environmental challenges posed by the black soot. "Simeon Nwakaudu," Special Assistant to the Rivers State Governor, Electronic Media. 8th February, 2017.
As we celebrate the World Cancer Week, Kelina Hospital wishes to bring to the knowledge of the general public that it is very important for people to see their doctor at the earliest possible time when they notice the following on their bodies: · A new swelling, which was not there before. · Bleeding from any orifice of their body, which is not physiological · Difficulty breathing, swallowing, passing urine, or defaecating
These are some common signs of tumours or cancers in the body.
Some people are afraid of surgery and would definitely prefer "key hole" or Minimal Access Surgery. This is what Kelina Hospital is known for. These surgeries have the following advantages, amongst others: · There is less blood loss · The scar is so small, and sometimes there is no scar at all · There is less pain · There is early return to work. Over half of our patients go back home the same day after this type of surgery · Patient can very quickly return to normal life, including normal feeding
When surgery is over-delayed, tumours become extremely big and, in most cases, Minimal Access Surgery is no longer possible. The advantages of minimal access surgery are lost.
We had a case of an abdominal tumour that weighed 24kg which we removed in this hospital. Surgery lasted 3 hours and patient required 6 pints of blood transfusion. Patient did well post-operatively. We thought we should bring this information to the general public because it is the fear of surgery and fear of losing an organ that made patient delay this surgery. Unfortunately, that delay meant that Minimal Access Surgery using lasers or endoscopes or laparoscopic approach was no longer feasible at the time patient presented in the hospital. This made it necessary to talk to our citizens, that surgery delayed causes more harm to the patient than when done early, and the very thing people try to avoid may sometimes become impossible because of that delay. Cure is much more difficult, and delay, in the case of cancer surgery, can result in spread. Thanks immensely. Kelina Hospital Management
Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, yesterday, said All Progressives Congress, APC, government did not promise to fix Nigeria's problem within a year and cautioned those lamenting the economic hardship to wait till 2019 for the desired change . .
Also, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, cautioned Nigerians against making statements that could cause religious disharmony, warning that "no nation has ever survived religious war." . .
The ministers spoke in Ilorin, Kwara State, during a North Central town hall meeting for the people of Kogi, Niger and Kwara states by the Federal Government. . .
Amaechi, who was the Director General of the Campaign Organisation of President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2015 elections, said though the Federal Government knows that things are difficult, . .
Nigerians should wait till the end of the four-year mandate given to the administration before they can judge whether the government had performed or not. . .
Rotimi Amaechi According to him, "we did not promise you that those challenges will be solved in one year or you would have given us a one-year mandate. But you gave us four years mandate, so wait till the end of four years before you can conclude that we have not done well." . .
While giving stewardship of his ministry, the minister lamented that the refusal of the National Assembly to approve the government's borrowing plan from China was drawing the government back, urging the people from the three states to prevail on the National Assembly to approve the loan. . .
According to him, if accessed, the loan would enable the government embark on the rivatalisation of rail projects, which would create more jobs.
Pretoria beauty Queen, Sharon Rose Khumalo, is the newly crowned Miss Mamelodi Sundowns. At 21 she discovered she was an intersex. Sharon does not have ovaries or a uterus and will not be able to have children as a result. . . In an interview with Sowetan, Sharon who was among the top 16 finalists at Miss SA beauty pageant in 2016, said she was 'shattered' after she learned about the situation. . . 'I just wanted to go home and cry. Sometimes I am okay and then on some days I look at other women who have children and I know I will never have that, but I have learned to accept that this is the situation and I can't really change that.' Intersex is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn't seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male.
The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi, has called on governors of northern states to convert mosques to primary schools, especially in the villages. The emir made the call in his remarks at an event in the Kano Educational Week programme. . . "I was in Morocco sometimes ago and I asked to see their universities. They took me to mosques where I saw each serving as classrooms teaching Computer Science and other subjects," he said. . . Mr. Sanusi said mosques were not initially meant for prayers alone. He said historically, mosques were also used for other things like marriages, scholarly activities and leadership trainings. . . He urged the northern state governors who have many mosques to return to the practice so as to save money for other needs. The Emir said if the idea was adopted, funds allocated to building schools could be channeled to training of teachers and providing for their welfare and other teaching instruments.
An 18-year-old Boko Haram suicide bomber, Amina, who was intercepted by men of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, on Tuesday in Maiduguri, said she was given N200 for the mission. . . She told the News Agency of Nigeria in Maiduguri that she was abducted two years ago by the sect members in Madagali, Adamawa, and taken to Sambisa forest. "They gave us N200 each which they said we should use to buy food for ourselves. . . It took us three days to come to Maiduguri on a motorcycle. We were directed by the sect members to detonate our explosives any where we saw any form of gathering. . . . They said if we press the button, the bomb would explode and we will automatically go to heaven. I was scared, so, I told them that I could not detonate any explosive. So, they said if Zainab detonated her own, it would serve the purpose. . . On our way to Maiduguri, we encountered the military and they were shooting. I was very scared and the people that brought us ran away," Amina said. . . She said that her father, mother and younger brother, Umar, were all killed when they tried to escape from the Boko Haram enclave where they were held hostage. . . "We came from Gobarawa along Damboa, Madagali and Algarno axis, in a community where a lot of us were held hostage and married off by the sect members. I also am married to a Boko Haram Commander known as "Amir," she added. . . At about 6.45 a.m, today, personnel of the NSCDC had intercepted two female suicide bombers, who tried to ram into motorists at the NNPC Mega Station along Damboa Road, Maiduguri. . . One of the bombers got scared and threw away her bomb and was instantly arrested, while the other one began to run after people with her explosive but, luckily, she was shot.
Three members of the House of Representatives exonerated of sexual misconduct allegations levelled against them by the United States Embassy in Nigeria have picked lawyers to handle their $1billion suit against the US government. . .
According to Sunday Punch, the lawyers are to file the suit in the US, while the lawmakers will continue to communicate with them through electronic means from Nigeria, since they are barred for now from entering the US. . .
The affected members are House Deputy Chairman, Committee on Petroleum Resources (Upstream); Mr. Terse Mark-Gbillah, elected on the platform of the All Progressives Congress in Benue; Mr. Samuel Ikon of the Peoples Democratic Party in Akwa Ibom; and Mr. Mohammed Garba-Gololo, also of the APC in Bauchi State. . .
A former US ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. James Entwistle, had accused the three of sexual misconduct during a visit to the US last year April, prompting the Nigerian legislature to call for an investigation. . .
The House exonerated the lawmakers in October 2016 after a report by its Joint Committees on Ethics/Privileges and Foreign Relations, found no wrongdoing on their part.Mark-Gbillah, who spoke for the lawmakers, told Sunday punch that the lawyers had been identified and that efforts were on to finalise consultations on the suit.
He neither gave the names of the lawyers nor the firms from where they would be hired.
Nollywood actress, Nkechi Emmanuel popularly known as Nurse Titi in the TV Series 'Clinic Matters' has advised married Nigerian women to see sex as food if they don't want their husbands to look elsewhere for it. . .
According to Vanguard, Nkechi said in a broadcast: "Sex is not all about making children. You must be a different woman to your husband every time. Seduce your husband, don't always allow your husband to ask for sex, there must be no timetable for sex. Be creative, don't be predictable. . . . . . Give him what he wants. If you lose influence over your husband, you have lost womanhood. Be part of your husband's plans. Allow your husband to check in and out anytime. When a man is sexually satisfied, he is emotionally stable. . .
Stop saying, is it food? Yes, sex is food. Pamper your husband, put his head on your chest and pray for him. Give him unannounced kiss from the back…. mwahhhhhh, don't be too holy to kiss and appreciate him in the public. He is your "Baby" and you are his "Mother" & your husband for God sake. Be romantic joooo, it is good for the heart. . .
Some people are not happy that you're happy in that marriage, proof them wrong that you love him and he is your crown, always feel good when you hold him," she added.
Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, on Saturday said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had again frozen his personal accounts with Zenith Bank.The governor said the bank refused to honour his cheque based on a directive from the EFCC when he went there on Friday. . .
This came three days after a Federal High Court, Ado Ekiti, dismissed a motion for stay of execution of the judgment unfreezing the accounts for lacking in merit. . .
Justice Taiwo Taiwo while ruling on the motion filed by the EFCC against his judgment unfreezing the accounts and delivered on December 13 said that "once a judgment is being executed, you cannot stay the execution again." . .
Fayose said, "This is the impunity we are condemning. The bank and the EFCC got all the judgments of the court, but the agency still harassed the bank to act against the law. If I sent somebody with a cheque, they could give excuse but I was there myself; acts of impunity such as this cannot continue. We will challenge them." . .
He added that he had received revelations that he would be "number one" in the country."Have you noticed that every attempt to impeach me has failed? How I will get there don't ask me." . .
On his recent election as the chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party's Governors' Forum, Fayose said, " By the grace of God, we are going to reposition our party. The PDP is only a sleeping giant and when it wakes up, those mocking us now will quake. Charlatans who are one leg in, one leg out and causing confusion in the party would have to decide where to belong." punch.
I am from Kogi State, but I grew up in Kano. It was a very peaceful and lovely place while I was growing up. I remember being young and having a lot of friends and we always played football together. I was a stubborn child, so I broke a lot of rules. . .
I first came to Lagos at the age of 14 and I returned to Kano after a year because I did not get any acting job. My parents weren't initially in support of my acting career, but with the kinds of movies I did then, they gave me their supp . .
My first major role was given to me by Ifeanyi Ikpoenyi, aka Mr Hollywood, in the movie, Gangster Paradise. Other movies that brought me into the limelight include White Hunters, Ladies Men, among others. My humanitarian activities also helped to make me more popular. Above all, I credit God for my success. . .
Yes, I've experienced harassment; it comes with the job. However, I still see some of those people and I don't judge them based on what they did. I just feel that human beings have different characters, and that is theirs. . .
No. I'm not a child and things like that are for those coming up in the movie industry. . .
I have been getting attention for 15 years, so deleting my Instagram page wasn't because I wanted to be noticed. Instagram is not my father's company; we are just there to associate with our fans. If I decide to take a break, I'll take it, and if I want to come back, I'll do the same. It should not be a problem to anybody. I think people take social media too seriously. I needed the break, and it was a personal decision. . .
That is personal. I no longer want to share anything about my personal life because it is safer that way. However, I admire intelligence in people. If you're not intelligent, I can't talk to you even if you're a fan. . .
There is no pressure from anywhere. It will happen at the right time and when it is supposed to happen.
Hey! It was not easy. Some people blatantly turned down my offer. Some agreed and later turned down the offer. I sent some of my friends message on Whatsapp, they saw the message but ignored it. No reply.
I was calling, messaging and smsing them. It was a gorilla kind of thing.
When I started getting openings, I started working on their websites immediately. Pure hard work.
What's my point?
1. Some will slam the door on your face. Leave them.
2. Some will be interested, but need you to prepare and get them ready. Pull them in.
3. Some will want it, but don't know the benefits. Explain the benefits to them.
4. Some will have no idea what you are talking about. Sell the idea to them.
5. Some will not be ready now. Retarget them next time.