beat up and injured a young man who has been in a romantic relationship with
boy identified as Maurice, was in the habit of visiting the woman’s home
located at Adeola Odeku street, Victoria Island, a widow, and most times, pass
the night there. But the bubble burst when one of Joseph’s friends who is also
close to Maurice, confided in Joseph that Maurice is dating his mother and has
been regaling them with how Mrs Adebola pants when he mounts her.
revelation and involved his younger brother Mark, They laid out plans on how to
catch Maurice red-handed. They decided to lay ambush for the lover boy.
Maurice came late in the night with the intention of passing the night there as
usual, not knowing that his cover had been blown. After waiting for a while,
the brothers went back to the house and met Maurice naked in their mother’s
bed. The angry sons descended on him, giving him the beating of his life.
It reportedly took the intervention of neighbours before the badly wounded Mr.
Maurice was released and rushed to hospital in critical condition.
Found this interesting article written by Mark Amaza and decided to share, enjoy!
In 2011, deciding who to vote for was a pretty simple decision for
me: I saw Nuhu Ribadu of the now defunct Action Congress of Nigeria
(ACN) as inexperienced and Ibrahim Shekarau of the then All Nigeria
Peoples’ Party (ANPP) did not have an excellent performance as Kano
State Governor to use to convince me. So it came down to the last two
main contenders – Goodluck Jonathan of the Peoples’ Democratic Party
(PDP) and former Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari of the Congress
for Progressive Change (CPC).
My vote eventually went to President Jonathan, because of my deep distrust for Buhari based on divisive statements on religion
credited to him in the past and the manner in which many Northern
politicians within the PDP had tried...
Everyone is seriously concerned about the coming elections as the polity is getting heated.
Cobhams Asuquo, one of Nigeria's finest pianist and music producer has taken to his twitter page to say a word or two. See his tweets below;
The Federal Government may have decided to
find a replacement for the Chairman of the Independent National
Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega.
According to Vanguard newspaper, Jega will likely be proceeding on a
three months terminal leave with effect from March 1, 2015 in compliance
with the civil service procedure and will be replaced by Professor
Nazim Olufemi Mimiko.
“The government is considering bringing in another
academic from the South-West… a professor of Political Science and
International Relations who is said to be a sibling of a serving
governor in the South-West, who is a close ally of President Goodluck
Jonathan and his party,” the online portal reports.