Monday, December 29, 2014

PHOTOS: Nice Christmas pictures from 9ice

Abolore Adegbola, popularly known as 9ice and his new family are so beautiful they flunt themselves at the slightest opportunity. These people look so lovely. 9ice with his wife Olasunkanmi Ajala and their daughter Michelle, looking stunning in Chelsea Fc themed Christmas photo-shoot. This guy is a die hard Chelsea fan.

TY Bello's twins,don't they look so look cute?

The singer welcomed her twin baby boys, Christopher and Christian on October 13th. They look so cute!

Comedian Chris Rock and wife split after 18 years of marriage

After nearly 20 years of marriage, comedian Chris Rock and wife Malaak Compton have decided to end their marriage. Malaak last night announced the split in a statement
"After much contemplation and 19 years of marriage, Chris and I have decided to go our separate ways,' she said
Chris's lawyer also released a statement confirming the couple have split
"Chris Rock has filed for divorce from his wife, Malaak. This is a personal matter and Chris requests privacy as he and Malaak work through this process and focus on their family.'
The couple got married in 1996 and have two daughters, 12-year-old Lola Simone and 10-year-old Zahra Savannah.

Saturday, December 27, 2014

The Top Issues That Shaped Nigeria In 2014

This year 2014 was shaped by defining moments, as captured by THISDAY politics desk.

Since the January 1, 2012 subsidy removal on petrol, which was followed by nearly two weeks of crippling protest by the mass of the Nigerian people, no other year has had the rare privilege of remarkably standing out. Also since that experience, which a few persons thought was ill-advised, the following years had barely started on promising notes.

The outgoing year was not different either. There was nothing that the year kicked off with to stand it out from the preceding year or indicate that it would usher in a better year.

Save for a few moments that are rather insignificant when situated within the larger context – the outgoing year has recorded more lows than highs, even as it continues to record more of such lows in its last days. For refreshers, some of the low and high points of the year are reviewed below:

The Chibok Fix
Nigerians and indeed the world woke up on April 14, to the shocking news of the abduction of 276 female students at the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State. The Boko Haram terrorist organisation which operates from the northeastern part of the country soon claimed responsibility for the abduction.

Since then, nothing has changed in the plight of the girls except for the few who escaped from their abductors. Although on October 17, hopes were raised that the girls might be released after the Nigerian army announced a truce between Boko Haram and government forces. The announcement coincided with the six-month anniversary of the girls' capture and followed a month of negotiations mediated in Saudi Arabia by the Chadian President, Idriss Deby. It later turned out a ruse and the girls, from all indications, are spending their Christmas and New Year in captivity.

Nyako’s Impeachment
Former Adamawa State
governor, Murtala Nyako was impeached by the State House of Assembly, while his then deputy, James Ngilari voluntarily resigned before the assembly could impeach him along with Nyako. The Assembly accused Nyako of stealing the state funds amongst other allegations.

Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Hon Umaru Fintiri was immediately sworn in as the acting governor. But Ngilari asked to be sworn in as the substantive governor of the state following the impeachment of Nyako arguing that he did not resign his position as reported and therefore headed to court to declare his purported resignation illegal even as the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had fixed the election of a new governor for October 11, 2014.

However, on October 7, a new twist was introduced into the Adamawa spectre as just three days to the bye-election the court delivered judgment in the case filed by Ngilari and sacked Fintiri. It immediately declared Ngilari governor. In his ruling, Justice Adeniji said Ngilari did not resign in accordance with Section 306 (1) (2) and (5) of the Constitution.

Ekiti and Osun Polls
The Independent National Electoral Commission conducted governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun States on June 21 and August 9 respectively. In Ekiti, the result of the election shocked bookmakers as the incumbent governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi was defeated by former governor Ayo Fayose. However, in Osun State, the incumbent, Rauf Aregbesola survived the opposition onslaught as he defeated his closest rival, the PDP candidate, Senator Iyiola Omisore.

In Ekiti, Fayose, according to the electoral body, scored 203, 090 votes to beat Fayemi, who scored 120, 433 votes. Candidate of the Labour Party, Bamidele Michael Opeyemi scored 18,135 votes to come third. In the Osun election, Aregbesola won by a very comfortable margin to secure a second term. His main opponent, Omisore polled 292, 747 votes as against Aregbesola’s 394, 684 votes.
The Ekiti Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Abuja has dismissed the petition filed by the All Progressives Congress (APC) challenging the return of Fayose. But the Osun case is yet to be concluded.

Taraba’s Lingering Drama
Taraba is one of the few states with interesting political developments. Since its governor, Danbaba Suntai survived a plane crash but yet to fully recover, the state has fought battles on different fronts. But a temporary relief came on November 20, when the Supreme Court sacked the acting governor of the state, Garba Umar and reinstated the former deputy governor, Alhaji Sanni Danladi, who was impeached by the Assembly sometime in October, 2012.

In a unanimous judgment, the court held that the impeachment panel set up by the House of Assembly to investigate the allegations against Danladi violated his rights to fair hearing, noting that the panel failed to hear Danladi and snubbed his court papers, which he had served it challenging its composition.

Justice Sylvester Ngwuta, who delivered the lead judgment set aside the judgments of both the Court of Appeal and the Taraba State High Court, which had dismissed Danaladi’s suit.

Sanusi Emerges Kano Emir
Against the odds, former Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, who was at the time suspended from office on June 8, emerged the new Emir of Kano. This however followed protests in parts of the state by those who were looking in a different direction. Sanusi, who by his appointment is the 14th Emir of Kano, took over from Ado Ibrahim, who died on the throne. As with most contests of this nature, Sanusi’s choice did not go down well with some Kano people, who had expected that the late Emir’s scion, Alhaji Abbas Sanusi, would succeed his father.

Insecurity Continues
The unrelenting wave of terror attacks by Boko Haram has continued to heighten the insecurity in the country. With the incessant Bombings that have claimed many innocent lives as well as the abduction of over 200 Chibok School girls, the security situation in the country has continued to generate global concern, outrage and condemnation.

Against this backdrop, President Goodluck Jonathan has ordered a total war against terrorism, but it appears that the Boko Haram insurgency is unstoppable for now, thereby complicating the security challenges in Nigeria, including the militancy in the Niger Delta, incessant clashes between Fulani Herdsmen and Farmers in the North, ethnic and religious conflicts.

This does not preclude the ‘cold war’ among ethnic nationalities as well as all other forms of violent crimes, banditry, the thriving ‘area boys’ syndrome, gang conflicts, cult uprisings, kidnappings, abductions, robberies, murder/ ritual killings, incidents of mob attacks and lynching of suspected criminals, who sometimes are innocent citizens. Also, police brutality, extra judicial killings and other increasing cases of social vices have compounded the Nigerian security crisis.

The Gale of Defections
The outgoing year witnessed the largest defection of politicians from one party to the other in the contemporary political history of the country. All the political parties have had their own share of defections, either positive or negative. Some have attributed the defections to intimidation and lack of internal democracy in their party, others theirs to poor followership of their parties outside the shores of their region. But generally, many attributed the defections to the level of desperation by politicians in pursuing their ambition. From August till date, the polity has witnessed series of defection that kept mouth wagging.

Some of the prominent defections include the former vice president Atiku Abubakar, who moved from PDP to APC; five governors – Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers State, Rabiu Kwankwanso of Kano State, Aliyu Wamakko of Sokoto State, Ahmed of Kwara State and Rochas Okorocha of Imo State defected from their parties to APC, while Governor Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo State also defected from the Labour Party to PDP.

The immediate past governor of Anambra State, Dr. Peter Obi, defected to the ruling PDP. Those who defected along with Obi are Hon Uche Ekwunife, with other APGA House of Representatives members.

Chief Tom Ikim and the pioneer chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, left the PDP in August this year, citing the pursuit of a “good cause”.

Recently in the House of Representatives, PDP and APC lost five members each. In Oyo State, former governor Adebayo Alao-Akala defected to the Labour Party, while Oluseyi Makinde another PDP aspirant defected to SDP. In Ogun State, APC leader Chief Olusegun Osoba along with Senators, members of the House of Representatives, State Assembly members and Commissioners from the state defected to SDP.

APC Gains Stability
The country’s main opposition party, the APC seemed to have found its rhythm as the party successfully held three conventions. The first was where party officers at the national, state and council levels were elected. The party, at another convention, amended some of its constitutional provisions while it crowned its successful outings with the election of its governorship, state, National Assemblies and presidential standard bearers.

PDP’s Coronation of Jonathan
Unlike the opposition APC, the ruling PDP at its national convention at the Eagles Square adopted President Jonathan as its sole candidate for the February 14 election. The convention also affirmed the choice of Namadi Sambo as his running mate, contrary to fuelled speculations that he might be dropped at the end of the day for political exigencies.

Al-Makura Survives Impeachment
In an attempt to increase its chances in the 2015 presidential election, the PDP was believed to have instigated impeachment in states where the governors were in the opposition APC and considered weak and take-able. An example was in Adamawa State where Murtala Nyako was an APC governor.

Having succeeded at impeaching Nyako, the PDP machine did try to impeach the Governor of Nasarawa State, Tanko Al-Makura. But after several months of high wire political bickering, Al-Makura survived the impeachment threat. Although there were fresh moves to revisit the deal – that is yet to work – and the idea is believed to have been jettisoned now by the state lawmakers, who are rather preoccupied with seeking re-election.

National Conference
On the last day of the 2014 National Conference, following the adoption of votes and proceedings for the day, Chief Mike Ahamba, while seconding a motion moved by the Lamido Adamawa, Alhaji Mohammed Mustapha, recounted thus: “When we came here, nobody expected us to end this way…We have disappointed the sceptics.”

After several opposition especially from the APC Nigerians at last gathered at the National Conference in Abuja, which was inaugurated by President Jonathan on March 17, to dialogue on how to live as an entity. Although delegates to the conference maintained that it was a success, it remains to be seen what the National Assembly would do with the recommendations adopted by the conference.

Nigeria Turns 100
Nigeria, this year, turned 100 years since the amalgamation of the Northern and Southern protectorates by the British colonial government in 1914. The news was welcomed with mixed reactions. While the government celebrated it and even went ahead to design a new commemorative100 naira banknote to celebrate the milestone, some segment of the country continued to clamour for Nigeria’s disintegration.

The Illegal Arms Deal
Still reeling from the disgrace of failing to rescue the Chibok girls in the eyes of the international community, Nigeria was again ridiculed, this time by the South African Government. Some $9.3 million in cash allegedly belonging to the Nigeria government and reported at the time to have been transported by “two Nigerians and an Israeli” for arms purchase, was seized by the South African Government.

Nearly three weeks after, another $5.7 million, was also confiscated. According to South Africa’s Asset Forfeiture Unit of the National Prosecuting Authority, the monies were seized for allegedly being the proceeds of illegal transactions. In its defence, the Nigerian government said the monies were meant for buying arms for the Nigerian intelligence service. The South African Government has since returned the money to the Nigerian government.

The Missing Money
As the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), now Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, first made the allegation of missing money through a letter to President Jonathan sometime in 2013. The ensuing allegation and counter-allegation followed into 2014. In 2013, it was first that $49.8bn being part of the proceeds of crude exported by the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), between January 2012 and July 2013, had yet to be remitted to the Federation Account.

When he was invited to the Senate to clarify the allegation, Sanusi said the reconciliation of accounts being carried out by the apex bank, the Ministry of Petroleum Resources and the Ministry of Finance had shown that only $12bn was yet to be reconciled instead of the $49.8bn he claimed was missing from the Federation Account. By 2014, he said it was $20 billion that was missing. Although he was unsure of the exact amount that was missing, by the time he was sacked from office, he maintained that some money remained missing from the federation account.

Phantom Peace Deal
The federal government was taking for a ride another ignoble time. Failing to learn from previous experiences, the government was sold a lie by some group of persons. Eager to bring to an end the attacks by the terrorist group – Boko Haram – Nigeria was deceived into believing that the government of Chad had brokered a peace deal with the terrorists, who were alleged to have promised to release the Chibok girls for their members in a prison swap.

Days, weeks and months have passed and there are no signs of the Chibok girls, neither has there been a ceasefire by the Boko Haram sect. It followed that the persons claiming to have been negotiating on behalf of the terrorists were not members of the group, but imposters bent on defrauding a desperate Nigerian government which desires the return of the missing girls.

Nigerians Get PVC
It was not all bad news. In fulfilment of President Jonathan’s promise that Nigeria would begin to witness one-man-one-vote during elections, the INEC succeeded in making available Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC). Even though the exercise was partly dogged by a little controversy, it has largely been successful.
It is based on this that the INEC chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega, at an event in Lagos dispelled the allegation that elections won’t hold next year.

“A lot of the information being spread about elections not holding next year is just rumours and nothing more. What I can guarantee you is that INEC as an electoral body is prepared to conduct the elections in every part of the country,” Jega said, while reiterating the Commission’s earlier promises to conduct a free and fair general election in 2015.

Failed Foreign Help on Terrorism
When the Chibok girls were kidnapped sometime in April by the Boko Haram sect, to many Nigerians, that was the last their families would see or hear from them. The willingness of some countries to assist the Nigerian government in the rescue of the over 200 girls was a relief for the grieving families, at least for a while.

The United Kingdom, the United States of America, France, China Canada, Iran, and Israel, and the European Union (EU), were the countries and international organisation that did make effort in assisting the Nigerian authorities. This is aside the massive solidarity that poured in from countries and notable international personalities.

These countries sent teams of military and law enforcement experts, whose specialties included intelligence, investigations, hostage negotiation, and information sharing and victim assistance. All of these notwithstanding, the girls remain missing till the time of this year end review.

Immigration Job Stampede
It was one of the very sad news of 2014. On March 15, the employment test for recruitment into the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) conducted across the country turned out a disaster as stampede at three centres claimed the lives of 16 applicants and left scores injured. While eight people were feared dead during a stampede at the National Stadium, Abuja, five others lost their lives at the Liberation Stadium, Elekahia, Port Harcourt, and then another three applicants were also feared dead in Minna.

Nationwide criticism later trailed the action of the Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, who was pressured to resign or be sacked by President Goodluck Jonathan. Moro was criticised for accusing the applicants of being impatient and causing their own death. The president, it was reported, was under pressure to save Moro’s job. Moro is still a member of the cabinet.

Tambuwal Alters the Equation
If there was ever a time that the ruling PDP was caught in the illusion that it remained the most powerful political party in Africa, that fantasy was questioned with the controversial defection of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Aminu Tambuwal, to the APC.
Tambuwal, with his defection, altered the political equation and made the PDP question the shaky foundation upon with they stand. Although the APC even with Tambuwal’s defection still does not have the majority to effect any change in the House, Tambuwal’s action which is a plus for the opposition has managed to put the PDP on its feet.


Newly wed Frank Edoho and wife Sandra put on some PDA in Disneyland

And it's a Merry kiss-mas from the Edohos! The loved up recently wedded couple are currently in the United States for the Christmas holiday. Yesterday they visited Disneyland ,it’s really good to be a millionaire, don’t you think?

Top 10 Worst Nigerian Hit Songs of 2014 - by Morakinyo Olugbiji

10. Hakuna Mata by KCee
This song is senseless from the word go!

He started like this "Five star music, E money, Its Kcee labalo". What is 'KCee Lobalo'? Is 'Lobalo' French or Spanish?

In another part of the song, he said "Cecilia bum bum, cecilia bum bum, Shebi na your bum bum, cecilia bum". I don't know what's with Cecilia's bum bum o..

Most part of the song also goes like this.."Oya whine ni ni whine ni ni Whine ni ni for me oh, Oya shake e ni, shake e ni, Shake e ni for me oh, Oya whine ni ni whine ni ni, Whine ni ni for me oh,
Oya shake e ni shake e ni,
Shake e ni for me oh".

Somewhere, he said "Oya Jikere, baby???"...

As if that wasn't enough, he also repeats this severally;

"Oya baby no wahala, If you need anything just hala, I be monkey you be banana.."

Hellooo, did he just call himself a monkey???...

Then in the middle of these discordant lyrics, this monkey will jump to the lame chorus "Hakuna Matata, Hakuna mata, Baby No Wahala" repeatedly.

9. Story For The Gods By Olamide

Here is a song I wish would quickly go away. Beautiful rhythm, but this song glorifies rape and abuse of women in all its entirety. Story for the gods is all about getting loaded with local aphrodisiac(Dongoyaro,Monkey Tail and Claro), then going ahead to having a forceful carnal knowledge of a lady. The phrase "Story for the gods" (means to refuse to listen, deaf ears etc) Let's take a look...

Mo ti mu dongoyaro, dongoyaro, dongoyaro And monkey tail, monkey tail, monkey tail
Aro bami gbe claro, claro o, claro o(Olamide is saying that he is high on those Aphrodisiac)
I want to do sina today, sina today(sina means fornication)
She said she cannot wait o(the girl wants to go home)
She said its getting late o(it's getting late)
She said she want to faint o
Ah, story for the gods(these last four lines needs no explaining. Olamide refuses to listen to her plea)

Now she saying mo r'ogo(she says she is finished)
O ti kan mi l'apa o(he has broken my arms)
O ti kan mi l'eyin o(he has broken my back)
Story for the gods, the gods o( but Olamide would have none of that!)

O my God insanity
See your back calamity
Girl I want to have it(ofcourse you know what he wants to have)
Do I need your permit?(and he is invariably saying that he doesn't need her permission to have it)

8. In my bed by Wizkid

It's been long established that this song by Wizkid is a total rubbish, which like the others on this list parades lyrics and verses that have no business whatsoever with one another. The song na real Americana Wonder like he sang... "Americana wonder,The way you whine your body Gimme thunder, I go follow you bumper to bumper Girl, I go follow you bumper to fender,"

(Na Wa o, your body gimme thunder, bumper to fender.. Issorait)...

But the most fraudulent part of the song is where Wizkid continues to sing about wanting a girl's body in his bed, and then suddenly switched to hailing names of some popular figures. You'd have thought he was trying to invite them for a gangbang...

"I want your body sleeping in my bed e, I want your body sleeping in my bed e, You got me going crazy, Oh girl I can't explain it, Your body so insane, Oh girl I can't replace you."

Some of the names he called..Agbaje eleniyan,
Fashola eleniyan,Tinubu eleniyan,Otedola eleniyan,
Baruwa eleniyan, Aliko eleniyan, Saraki eleniyan.

Then next is this part which always gives me stomach ache, because I really don't know what 'serving a living God' has to do with getting a girl's body in your bed and what blessing is there to get..."...Oh blessing follow me everywhere I go, I'm serving the living God,And everywhere I go, all my people show me love,
Just tell me the reason gan"

Ok, so what's the reason gan sef? And on top of all dis matter wey dey ground, wizkid believes that he is amazing.

Hear him.."Oh anytime, they hear my song They say I'm amazing gan".

Well, it's truly amazing that a small boy like him can make so much money and stardom with all that lyrical hogwash. Issorait!

7. Dorobucci by Mavins All-stars

This is probably the biggest hit of 2014. Don Jazzy is a great producer no doubt, but he and his artistes have a history of churning out garbage. Dorobucci is so meaningless some people began to doro-call it doro-occultic. Doro bloody. .Doro
Doro doro do do doro....doro. Where I come from in Oyo state, Doro is that rubber device used in drawing up water from a well.

Unfortunately,this is a country where an artiste will just wake up early in the morning and find out that PHCN has brought back power supply, then out of joy he'll dash straight to the studio to record a song about UP NEPA! He'll call that an inspiration. Even Don Jazzy himself is yet to come out straight about the meaning of Doro, because the truth is that it has no meaning. A lot of people are speaking well of the maturity of Davido's song because the boy knows well to pay for the services of professional songwriters.

6. Shoki by Lil Kesh

I hated this song for a very long time, however I had no choice but to like it after people won't stop playing it everywhere I go. Even the NBC ban did absolutely nothing to stop people from rocking this song which had the artiste mostly screaming "Shoki Ahhh Shoki". Davido however disappointed me this time around for accepting to feature in this kind of song. He ended up chanting the rubbish shoki along with the YBNL crew in the remix.

Hear him;"Oya show me shoki, shoki shoki, everybody shoki, shoki shoki, and the request say shoki, shoki shoki, everybody shoki, shoki shoki, oya show me shoki, shoki shoki, everybody shoki, shoki shoki, oya shoki, shoki shoki
shoki, shoki shoki... i am looking for that shawty,
with the baddest shoki,
when everybody they shoki,
abi you still dey look for johnny, but if you get case for body, the town will go make you the shawty,david please don't stop it,
i wanna see you drop it now,
for me now, on this ground
oya daun."

Those are the words our generation is digesting and we wonder why over 70% of candidates failed the last private WAEC and there is massive failure especially in English Language.

By my rough count, there is a total of 200 "Shoki ahh Shoki" in this song!

5. Shake Body by Skales

Need I talk much about this one? You sef check out part of the lyrics na...

" Oya shake body, Oya move body,Make you ring alarm o, Oya shake body...Ah coupe decale ma,Sagasige, Akilibre,Faro de ma, Decale….decale, Krikata,Krikata,Krikata, Krikata,Krikata,Krikata,
Krikata,Krikata,Pon pon,
Kalopere, Kalopere, Kalopere"

Now, what's all that about???

4. Murder by Seyi Shay ft Shaydee & Patoranking

If you listen to this song, even though it featured Patoranking and Shaydee, all you will hear for most part of the song is "She say she wan murder, he say he wan murder, she say he wan do that thing ye" Do wetin? Murder who??? You be Oscar Pistorious? ...

Now, checkout the lyrics of the Verse 2 of the song where Patoranking came in again..

"Stay close to me, baby girl come in here porn, Give other girls resist, them fit hate on, Member and you alone me rate hun, Even your friends them fit hate on, Fire burning, Girl I'll keep you coming,Say you no go running, Every time, girl you keep turning."

That's Patoranking, Nigeria's best Reggae singer at the moment? SMH!

3. Shekini by Psquare

There is a popular Yoruba proverb which says that when a child is due for maturity, he/she must put aside every childishness.

After many years and despite their A-list status in the industry couple with their global experience, the Psquare duo are obviously not getting matured at all with the dissapointing inclusion of the track "Shekini" in their latest album. I won't speak too much, see the lyrics yourself.

They started the song this way...

"P-Square eh eh, Yahn ahn, (Allen [4x]), Yahn ahn"
**who is Allen for crying out loud?**

Then, they said "Lets go...Otu de, oya sare wa gba kekere, kerewawo, Atu ti de, oya burukutu make e sarabara owey, (Oya shekini ni ni ni ni [3x]),Oya shekina na na na na." (And what is "Burukutu" doing in there.)

Folks, don't be fooled, the lyrics sounds like Yoruba but it's not correct Yoruba but a mumbo-jumbo!

Another constant in the song is this verse; "I get power (ah), me I no dey bother, (ehn ehn)
I no be footballer but I sabi budey Ronaldo," then they jump to this lyrics "Take it (slow),Take it (free),
Alhaji (ehn ehn),Ehn ehn (listen),Take it (ahn),
Take it (orijo),Alhaji (okay)
Ehn ehn (hmm)".

Who is this Alhaji? Well, maybe the Alhaji is supposed to drink the burukutu they mentioned above.

2. Ogaranya By Kcee ft Davido

Now, I'm sorry KCee has to be in this list a second time. Personally, I'm kind of confused about him. Maybe his music is not that awkward. Maybe it's his gesticulations/dance steps in his videos, costumes or tone of his singing voice or his general fashion sense that is awkward and give off an impression of his songs from that perspective. I'm yet to place a finger on what it is. Most of the people I've asked have mixed reactions as well. They really' can't say. Ogaranya has a good meaning; A rich person or something like that. Some things are just wrong with part of the lyrics and Davido once again rubbished his own brand on this one. Check it out;

Intro (Davido)

"A le le le le le le le le le le
On the beat is Del'B...
Its Davido,Kcee
Big Boy, E-money"

Now, even though there is a funny way they keep repeating Ogaranya, I really don't have a problem with the Chorus which goes thus;

"Everybody wanting to be a big ogaranya,Nobody want to sit down dey look ogaranya,Everybody wanting to be a big ogaranya,Nobody want to sit down dey look ogaranya, My God dey bless me, ogaranya
No be my fault o, ogaranya
Believing e no do o, ogaranya,Imaya heyyy...
Everybody like ogaranya,
Mama and papa e like ogaranya, The ladies like ogaranya, That's why them dey love me"

However, the next statement is what I really don't get...

"The place is so cold, e dey follow, Dey for body like logo"..(which place is he talking about? Which place is so cold?)

Davido made it worse at the verse 2 as his contribution does not relate at all. He sang..

"Girl I want you to know, The way you see no be so..???, E get as the thing dey go, So baby you take am slow(Asin??) Shey na now you dey notice,(notice wetin???) Abi u think I be novice, You know say I know say you get it, Money dey(I thought Davido is supposed to be the Ogaranya and not the girl?), Oya make we blow things"(now that is a Boko Haram alert. Beware guys.)

1. Body by Black Magic ft Banky W

The song has now been edited. 'Sex' has been replaced with 'eh' but the rest of the lyrics is still as worse as the original. You can imagine my embarrasment the first time I heard this song on Channel O. You know how Naija artistes like to cover up sexual explicitness with slangs? This brazen artiste called Blackmagic didn't cover up anything. Lol. Though the song was released in December 2013, I feel it's as good as being a 2014 song and should be on this list to show you how bad the music industry has become and what your children are listening to. Here is a part of the song;

"...So stop the fronting, Is what I told this girl,And her body oh oh, Just wanna get next to you, Just wanna have sex with you, I swear I want this girl and her body o o".

You na never see anything, continue..

"1, 2, 3, Then begin 5, 4, I'm splitting a dozen like 3, 5, 4,I am already sky high, but I need to high more, And my dumb friend told me that I need high malt Ewo."...

(Did you see what this guy is singing? Isn't he as dumb as his dumb friends? Show me your friends and I'll tell you who you are).

See another one here...

"Baby girl what's cooking in the kitchen, I love the way you smile, maybe we should start kissing, Listen 30 seconds, then she takes a bra missing, Turn into a small kitten, And after a while we start gripping,
And after a while o she turns into a river, And then I start fishing into her hot body, I begin to start dipping, Her clothes just start missing".

There you have it guys!

Photos: Super Eagles striker Brown Ideye buys $250k Rolls Royce

Super Eagles striker Brown Ideye, 26, who a few months ago signed a three-year deal with English Premier League club West Bromwich Albion, becoming the club's record signing at £10million, recently acquired a Rolls Royce Ghost Series II valued at around $250k. The photo of the car was shared on instagram by Ideye's friend and fellow footballer, John Ogu. Congrats to him

Chris Brown and Karrueche take first public stroll together since their messy split

If you need an example of a lady who tags along a celebrity boo irrespective of the shit he throws at her,then you have found a Karrueche,i just can’t understand her anymore this days.

It took a few backs and $1million in diamond rings - but the couple are fully back on. Chris and Karrueche were spotted walking their dog in Beverly Hills yesterday Dec. 26th...

Photos: Check out P-Square's funny costume for Calabar Carnival

Check out the pictures of psquare brothers at the Calabar Carnival in Cross River state.

Ludacris announces his engagement to longtime girlfriend, Eudoxie

Rapper Ludacris took to instagram yesterday to announce his engagement to longtime girlfriend, Eudoxie Mbouguiengue. He shared the photo above and wrote "She didn't say yes. She said hell yes! #milehighproposal". Big congrats to them!

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas

This is wishing you and your loved ones a very merry christmas and a happy new year ahead. May all your dreams come true in this season of christmas,have a joyful celebration,much love

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Should a lady remain active on social media after getting married?

Hmmmm...don't mind me,i was just musing over my experience with social
media since 2009, when this topic hit me like a bayonet,hehehehe.

We are in an era where our whole world is being influenced not only from
within but also from without by the advancement in technology which
brought about the internet and subsequently the social media. Since
then,the marriage institution has been under all manner of threats;
not only physically but also virtually. It's imperative to take a look
at how social media is affecting relationships and marriages

On the good side,it has helped to keep relationships alive
as it serves as a very cheap means to keep in touch with loved ones
through chats,sharing of pictures and other media. Just as it could be
fun,it could also be very addictive and take up attention of any of
parties in a relationship from each other as they compete to share
their lives with other people using the very same social media.

Have you checked a typical lady's facebook account? Have you
tried inspecting  the number of friends she has? If you have,you would
readily observe that they always have far more friends than the male
folks,and a very large proportion of such friends are usually guys by
the way. The same applies to the guys too,they usually have more
female than male friends on facebook.
Well,here's where am going with this,a lot of flirting takes place on
social media,especially between people who have never met in real life. 

This goes on irrespective of the relationship status of those involved. It starts as a harmless
flirting here and there but more often than not,it leads into
something else such that those involved usually end up meeting for a
date which could lead to a fling or a relationship.

A lot of relationships nowadays are cultivated via social media and sometimes
even lead to marriage. From my little experience,I observed that you
can convince any lady to go out on a date with you irrespective of her relationship
status,if  you can exercise some patience,persistence,use of the right
words and good timing.

To the issue of whether a married lady should remain
active on social media,it's neither here nor there. A married lady
could have very good reasons for remaining active on social media even
after getting married cos for one,she could be using it as a means of
connecting with her friends,both old and new,and also for work or
business purposes. Well,i think for such a married lady to minimize
problems such as suspicion of infidelity that could arise from active
use of social media,she should be very open with husband  or partner
by freely allowing him access to her social media accounts and by also
discussing new or old friends she meets on social media platforms with him. A married
lady should also be wary of supposed harmless flirtations with her
male friends as this could easily be misunderstood,and she may not be
in full control of the outcome.

Some silly things ladies have to stop in 2015

Not written by me but learn and enjoy!

I wrote this article some months ago. I shared it on an online forum
and would like girls to learn from it. I just don't know why many of
us indulge in these irritating behavior.

Asking a guy you just met for recharge card

This is very annoying. It makes you look cheap. A guy met you in the
afternoon, gave you a call in the evening and you are already asking
him to send you a recharge card. Trust me, that guy can never respect
you. He might eventually send you the recharge card, but the only
thing on his mind would be to sleep with you once or twice and get rid
of you.

Judging a guy by his looks

I believe guys should be the ones that should be hell bent on beauty
and physical appearance. Dont fall for a guy chiefly because he looks
good physically. You need to access his acumen, sense of judgment,
level-headedness, dreams etc. What makes a good guy is by far more
than just looks.

Manipulating a guy to over spend for you on a date

Because he looks rich and came to the eatery in a car makes you feel
you can drain his pocket abi. This instantaneously tells the guy that
you are a hungry girl and from a very poor background. Cant you just
order for just one ice cream or a soft drink and be fine with this
cool dude. Even if you do not like him, do not do this. Trust me, the
guy will never call you again and if he does he only wants to get laid
just once. The worst is taking your friend along so that you can both
finish him.

Pouting of lips to take a selfie

Do we have to do this? Its so disgusting. Okay fine, I am guilty of
this too and am going to stop. Every picture of a girl on facebook
shows her pouting her lips to look pretty. This doesn't make us look
prettier; it only make us look childish. I didnt realise it makes me
look like a kid until my boyfriend told me 5 days ago.

Forcing yourself on a guy that doesn't give a damn about you

If a guy likes you, he will show it. Dont you ever force yourself on a
guy. You can indicate some green lights but don't force yourself on
him. If you do he will treat you like poo. I have read some post here
on Nairaland telling girls how to woo a guy. Dont try it. There are a
million subtle ways to make him see that you like him than forcing
yourself on him and asking him out outrightly.

Keeping too many boyfriends

Cant we just be cool with one guy we love? 8 boyfriends equals to 8
Joysticks. Jesus Christ! How many guys are combing you?

- From a lady who has seen it all