Monday, 12 November 2018

Check out the breathtaking palace Orange drugs boss, Tony Ezenna just built himself Check out the breathtaking palace Orange drugs boss, Tony Ezenna just built himself

The chairman of Orange Drugs Limited, Sir Tony Ezenna, yesterday had the house warming for his mansion that he recently completed in Ikoyi, Lagos state.
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Lagos-Ibadan Road’ll Be Completed In 2021

The Sagamu-Lagos end of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway project will be completed by 2021, the contractor, Julius Berger, has said.

Man Gets 2-Year Jail For Stealing 600 Tubers Of Yam

A Chief Magistrates’ Court sitting in Ilupeju-Ekiti, Oye Local Government Area of Ekiti State, on Monday sentenced one Adeleye Ajayi to two-year imprisonment for stealing 600 tubers of yam.

Woman Who Gave Birth To Rapist's Baby Faces 20 Years In Jail

A rape victim is set to be jailed for 20 years for attempted murder after she gave birth to her abuser's baby in a toilet in El Salvador.

Federal High Court Revokes Orji Kalu's Bail

Justice Mohammed Idris of a Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday revoked the bail of a former Governor of Abia, Orji Kalu, following his failure to appear in court for trial as scheduled.

The people that steal Nigeria’s resources are both Christians and Muslims' - Yemi Osinbajo

Nigerian Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has said the struggle in the country is between good and evil and not between the two major religions.

Photo: Man climbs mast to protest against Atiku

An elderly man identified as Musa Wakatu, today climbed a telecommunication mast at Nicon junction, Maitama, Abuja to protest the alleged encroachment of his land by the American University of Nigeria(AUN) owned by former Vice President and PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

Lady narrates how she was sent out of a church wedding for wearing trousers

Cute photo of Governor Wike and his wife, Suzette, praying for themselves


A Couple that prays together, win elections together!

Photos: 9-month-old girl dies after she was raped, sodomised and physically abused by her caretaker's husband

A nine-month-old baby girl has died due to the inhuman acts at the hands of her caretaker’s husband in Bandar Baru Bangi, Malaysia.
The victim, Nur Muarzara Ulfa Muhammad Zaina, fondly called Zara, was raped, sodomised and abused before falling into critical condition.

Photos: Nollywood actor Jim Iyke goes bald for new movie role

The Nollywood actor shaved off his hair for a new movie.

LOL...This is quite hilarious you know a whole jim o. see another photo below;

''Forgive yourself'' Toke Makinwa tells Dabota Lawson who says she regrets marrying billionaire Prince Aku

''Regret is exhausting, forgive yourself''. These are the words of Toke Makinwa to her friend, Dabota Lawson who this morning revealed on her IG page that her biggest regret is marrying billionaire businessman, Prince Sunny Aku. Read here. See Toke's comment below

Yobe State Commissioner of Police says the Shi’ites are planning to relocate their national headquarters to Potiskum town

Sunmonu Abdulmaliki, the Yobe State Commissioner of Police has revealed that security reports have indicated that the leadership of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) is planning to relocate the Shi’ite national headquarters to Potiskum town.

The commissioner in an exclusive interview with Dailypost in Damaturu on Monday said that intelligence gathered showed an influx of Shi’a members into the densely populated town.

Update: Police arrest man who allegedly killed 25-year-old Petrol Station manager in Nnewi

The Anambra State Police Command has arrested the man who allegedly killed a petrol station manager, over N40, 000 in Okpuno Nnewichi, Nnewi. See previous report here

Spokesperson for the Command, Haruna Mohammed who confirmed the arrest said the case has been transferred to CIID for discreet investigation.

Friday, 2 November 2018


African democratic congress gubernatorial candidate in Imo State insists

Speaking with a team of journalist at the State of the Nation Press conference today, 1ST of November, 2018 in Abuja, the African democratic congress gubernatorial candidate in Imo State, Ejike Chukwu reiterated once again that his party is neither in crisis nor is his candidacy unanimously and freely given to him by party faithful threatened in any way. 

While debunking the viral rumor, the candidate said the leadership of his party in both the national and State level are men of honor and integrity who will not trade the mandate of the people for any reason. He assured the media and the general public that he is on ground and preparing adequately for the general election.
Mr. Ejike Chukwu, who was recently endorsed by the former President, Chief Olusegun 

Obasanjo in Otta Ogun State few days ago also addressed so many other topical National Issues. On the recently concluded party primaries across the Nation, he urged party leaders across various political parties to ensure that internal democracy is enshrined in the conduct of the party elections while also guilding against imposition of unpopular candidates.

The ADC candidate promised to run an inclusive government that is people centered. The renowned philanthropist who is currently funding the educational needs of many indigent students in Imo State and beyond vowed to deploy his versed private sector and entrepreneurial experience to bear on the governance of Imo State, a State he reckoned is endowed with both human and material resources.

Mr. Ejike while concluding voiced his strong concern about the marginalization of his community, Ohaji-Egbema, an Oil producing community that has been continually neglected by successive administration in the State. He decried the deplorable conditions of the infrastructural amenities in the community. He promised to ensure that under his administration as the Governor of Imo State, that all parts of the State will be adequately and equitably catered for.      

Wednesday, 17 October 2018


Officials of INEC who visited the FCT Party Secretariat in Life Camp, Abuja during the inauguration of its Abuja Chapter has reaffirmed that Chief Mrs Ibeneme remains the substantive National chairman of MAJA Party. The Commission took this position while relying on the Constitution of the MAJA Party which states clearly the conditions and procedures for electing officers of the Party.
INEC certainly does not recognize any faction or splinter group as Excos of the Party.

Also rising from an emergency meeting at the National Secretariat of the Party which has more than one third of the Party's NEC and State Chairmen in attendance, the NEC unanimously approved the indefinite suspension of those impersonating as members of the Party's NEC and directed the publication of names of those misleading members of the public to forestall fraudulent activities in the name of the Party. Recall that a group of self serving individuals declared themselves members of the NEC and elected a presidential candidate outside the Party's convention and laid down procedures. These acts are unconstitutional and designed to bring the Party to disrepute. The general public is advised to disregard them, as anyone who deals with them runs the risk of being duped.

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Monday, 1 October 2018

Hon. Aminu IBrahim Malle, member representing Jalingo, Yorro, Zing Federal Constituency of Taraba State.. may be screened out after group petitions him to EFCC and APC over constituency projects

Hon. Aminu IBrahim Malle, member representing Jalingo, Yorro, Zing Federal Constituency of Taraba State.. may be screened out as a group called Taraba youth vanguard petitions the EFCC and APC over the state of constituency projects in the Federal Constituency. 

This petition may greatly affect Hon. Aminu as he faces the screening panel of the APC, political watchers have said this will be a stern test of the anti corruption mantra of the APC, and the need to field only those whose have a clean slate as not to make it easy for the opposition to pick holes in a chosen aspirant. 

This will be a test and the world is watching

Wednesday, 26 September 2018


The second edition of the prestigious West Africa Philanthropy Awards is to hold on the 8th of December 2018, at the African Regent Hotel in Accra, Ghana. This was contained in a press release sent to Tatafo Naija by the Country Director, Mr. Nicky Nwadinobi

According to the Director, the first Edition was held at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers Abuja, Nigeria and was attended by dignitaries that included World leaders, Philanthropist and Captains of industries from the continent and beyond. Awards were presented to high profile individuals, including the Former President of Sierra Leone, His Excellency, Ernest Bai Koroma, the current Vice President of Liberia, Her Excellency, Jewel Howard Taylor, a posthumous Award for the late Nigerian political icon, Chief M.K.O Abiola, among others

Mr. Nicky went further to disclose that a list of the 2018 Awardees would be unveiled during a press conference scheduled for the 1st of October 2018 in Accra, Ghana

He concluded by thanking sponsors and partners who identified with WAP Awards in 2016 and called on more sponsors to take advantage of this years edition to reach a global audience

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Sunday, 23 September 2018

Saraki Faults INEC Verdict on Osun Polls, Urges PDP Supporters to Remain Firm

President of the Senate and Chairman, People's Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Council on  Osun State Gubernatorial Election, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has faulted the declaration by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) that the election results were inconclusive.

Saraki, in a statement signed by him, expressed dismay over the decision by INEC to declare as "inconclusive" an election in which a candidate won the highest number of votes and fulfilled the condition for geographical spread.

"In my lay man's opinion, the INEC was wrong in declaring the election as inconclusive because the votes in certain polling units were cancelled. The decision of INEC to cancel the election in those areas after voting had taken place means INEC had already excluded the votes in these areas from the election process and therefore those units should have no place in the overall results. My opinion would have been different if the election in the affected units did not take place at all, may be as a result of malfunctioning of the card reader machine or unavailability of the electoral materials. Since the voting took place and was cancelled, only the courts could reverse the initial decision by INEC to cancel the votes in these areas.

"That is why I call on our party and its candidate to seek further legal interpretation on this decision by the electoral body. One cannot but wonder whether if the places were reversed and the candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) is the one leading in the election, the INEC will take the same decision it has taken now.

"At this point, it is necessary to also call on INEC to display courage, boldness, independence, neutrality and patriotism so as to send signals to the world at large that Nigerian electoral system has come of age and that our democracy has matured. The electoral body needs to re-assure all and sundry that the 2019 election and other elections will be free of manipulations and undue interference.

"The INEC should note that the Osun gubernatorial election is not only about that South-western state. It is about our country and the entire world is watching. Our national interest is at stake. The integrity of our electoral system is at stake. The reputation of the electoral body is at stake. The future of our democracy is on the line. The way INEC conclusively handles the Osun election will determine global expectations from our political process. It should therefore ensure that the wish of the Osun State electorate eventually prevail.

"I praise the dedication and hard work of PDP supporters and the candidate of the party, Senator Ademola Adeleke. They have remained steadfast, resilient, focused and determined. 

"Let me also commend all the other contestants in yesterday's election for their gallant efforts because it is clear they are all working for the same objective from different perspectives and platforms to ensure that the era of mis-governance, pain, injustice and insensitivity to the plight of the common people comes to an end. It is our hope that they will all co-operate with Senator Adeleke to ensure that Osun State witnesses a development-oriented era.

"Let me remind our party supporters and the good people of Osun State that this INEC decision constitute only a delay of the victory of Senator Ademola Adeleke and the PDP in Osun Gubernatorial election, as our triumph will come either through the judiciary or  a further balloting.

"I thank PDP supporters and the general public in Osun State and note that we got to this point after many months of hard work, determination and focus. We should not despair and not lose our focus and determination to ensure that the final results reflect the will of the Osun people.

"Our party is ahead, despite the irregularities. Our people must remain resilient to see this through to the finish. Now is the time to re-strategize, reach out to all the other candidates and their supporters, build on our lead, and bring this election home.

"Our supporters and the entire people of Osun State should remain calm and maintain peace as we move forward to see the successful completion of the electoral process. "Once again, I thank all supporters of the PDP and the people of Osun State who stayed up all night, both physically and on social media to monitor the numbers and protect our votes. We remain undeterred, and we all remain determined to ensure that Senator Ademola Adeleke becomes the next Governor of Osun State", Saraki stated.


Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, CON
President of the Senate and Chairman, PDP Presidential Council on Osun Gubernatorial Election

Monday, 10 September 2018

BREAKING….Sulaiman BAKARI Keys into race for House of Representatives

A top Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC officer Sulaiman Bakari is certainly a huge contender and a force to beat as excitement greeted the large crowd that accompanied him to pick his nomination form to represent the people of Jalingo, Yorro, Zing federal constituency of Taraba State at the National Assembly in the 2019 general elections under the platform of the All Progressive Congress (APC). Bakari picked his nomination form in the early hours of Monday, 10th September, 2019  at the party's headquarters in Abuja.

This confirms the earlier reports that SB, as he is widely known, has been dissatisfied with the level of representation at his constituency could take the bull by the horn in throwing his heart into the race. The purchase of the nomination form comes on the heels of the call on the current representative not to bother contesting as he would find his support in the mud that would entrap him.

S.B who exudes in him the training and experience he has acquired over the years while working as a top EFCC detective said corruption must be nipped on the board if we must progress as a nation: "I am not coming for self-aggrandizement or other personal wishes, but to rescue Nigerians from the menace of corruption. Our education is backward because of corruption; we went into recession because of corruption; our youths are unemployed because of corruption and the list goes on and on". He added that his call to represent the people of Jalingo, Yorro, Zing was to move them out of the shackles of corruption, saying the constituents deserve their entitlements which is the dividends of democracy.

A staunch supporter of Sulaiman Bakari said "the time has come for us to redeem ourselves and our ideologies. We need to participate in the decision making process of our constituency. We have been relegated to the background by our current representative who dwells in satisfying self over everyone else in his constituency. We must break this chain and join the train of progress. We cannot vote someone who milks himself and his family alone. We are wiser. We will vote out the self centred representative".

SB has been an EFCC liaison officer at the National Assembly for several years where his job was found to be much more commendable. His presence at the National Assembly gave him the opportunity to represent the Commission in most functions and engaged in numerous management programmes. Most worthy of note is that while serving at the National Assembly, Sulaiman participated in some special projects in conjunction with the leadership of the national Assembly and shared some outstanding ideas.

Mr. Bakari has had the opportunity to attend so many professional courses both local and international. He was also privileged to be trained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI, USA, as Fundamental Criminal investigative Analyst, April 2015, at West Africa Regional Training Centre, Accra Ghana. In his unbridled quest to acquire further knowledge, Mr. S.B  returned to his alma mater, that is, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria in 2012, where he obtained a Master's Degree in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. He is currently running another 2-year Master's Degree Programme in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS), with the only Anti-Corruption Academy in the world, the International Anti-Corruption Academy, Laxenburg, Austria.

According to him, "one man alone cannot fight corruption. It must be a collective drive. If we want to get ourselves back on track following the dreams of our heroes past, we must rid corruption from our society. The anti-corruption fight must be taken to the National Assembly. Once it gets there, we shall witness a better Nigeria".
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