A policeman, Sunday Uloko, on Friday pleaded with the Agege Customary
Court in Lagos to dissolve his marriage to Nnee, saying she is
troublesome, always willing to fight, and regularly embarrasses him in
On the other hand, the wife, Nnee, accused Uloko of being a womanizer saying their marital problems
started when he brought a woman to their home whom he lied was his sister.
Uloko reportedly told the court that his wife is known in Area ‘G’ and has been warned not to come there again or risk being arrested.
His wife, Nnee, agreed to the dissolution of their marriage which has
produced a four-year-old child.
The court asked the policeman to provide N5,000 for the upkeep of
their child and refund Nnee with money for the hospital bill she claimed
to have paid provided she can present the receipt of payment.
The case was adjourned till September 25, 2012 for further hearing.
May D, the up and coming hip hop artiste who was sacked from Square
Records owned by Psquare may soon seek redress in a court of law.
Some weeks ago, a statement signed by Jude Okoye, the elder brother of
the Psquare, Square Records said they have terminated their contract
with May D and would no longer have anything to do with his career.
Close friends of May D disclosed that May D was not informed
about the termination of his contract, rather, he read the news like
every other person on entertainment blogs and newspapers.
The latest news is that May D is putting arrangement together so he
can drag Psquare to court. A punch newspaper reporter said the singer is
already talking to his lawyers. As soon as that is done, an official
The General Overseer
of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye
has said that Nigeria will soon be counted as one of the best nations in the world. (Wow, I am so excited...can't wait for that time to come)
Adeboye, who spoke with journalists on Friday, urged Nigerians not to give up on the nation.
Adeboye, who spoke through Assistant Pastor of RCCG National
Headquarters parish, Pastor Goke Aniyeloye, said: “It is God’s desire
that all men and women live to fulfill their dreams. But many people
are frustrated in life.
“They are unable to keep their dreams alive while some have failed because they believe that it is their destiny to fail.”
|Those days, Benita(Left), Bella(Right)|
|Today, Benita(Left), Bella(Right)|
little Benita Okojie? (The days of Osamudieme, Iyere…)Well she's
all grown up now, check out her sister too. I remember how I would scream for joy when AIT or any other TV channel was playing any Benita's songs back then.