Contact us; [email protected] or 08065348704

Bobrisky Turns Importer & Exporter, Shares Pictures Of Container.

Image result for bobrisky gif
Controversial Nigerian male barbie, Idris Okuneye, also known as ”Bobrisky” has taken to his Instagram page to brag about how God has been blessing him.

He revealed that he is expecting a container from abroad.The highly controversial figure further bragged that he is about to flood the Nigerian market with his news goods.

His post:
           Image result for bobrisky turns importer & exporter shows container
Share:

Village head resorts to self-help to fix road, hospital.

 The village head (In white) during a tour of his community to access the projects
Chief Maikefi Jonathan, the community leader of Ebba in Karu Local Government Area, Nasarawa State on Wednesday said he was seeking at least one million naira to revive his community’s access road.

Jonathan said in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that the village was experiencing a lot of difficulty accessing medical help especially during rainy season due to bad road.

According to him, I wish I had at least a million naira of my own, I would have used it to clear the road to make it a bit accessible but I don’t have, so I wish the good people of Nigeria can support me.

“This is because my people hardly go out any day it rains because of the bad roads and most times the river overflows so we will have to wait until the water goes down before we can go out.

“Last year, we lost a womaan in labour because it was raining heavily so we could not cross over to Karshi to access the hospital and since the only hospital we have is a healthcare centre there was no doctor or nurse around.

“This village also does not have a secondary school, so our children walk many distances to bigger communities to attend school; therefore, whenever it rains, there will be no schools that day. ‘’

He lamented that the bad road had made it impossible for doctors and nurses to stay in the village’s primary healthcare centre which denied them access to quality healthcare.

He said that the issue was of great concern to him because it was in accessing the big cities that his people would have access to quality healthcare, education and trade their farm produce.

Jonathan said that the road was a necessity to the village because apart from accessing hospitals and schools, the major occupation of the people was farming.

He explained that when they harvest their produce, it was always difficult to reach the commercial centres and appealed to the Nasarawa government to look into their plight.

The community leader said that the government could assist in constructing the road, even if it was from Phase Five, Army barrack, to the stream, which not more than five kilometers.

He said that when the road was constructed, it would bring a lot of revenue to the state government.

He appreciated a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Youths for Peace Building and Development in Africa (YOUPEDA), and World Faith Nigeria (World Faith) for their support to the villagers in terms of healthcare and women empowerment.

Mr Peter Obi, the Senior Fellow Executive Assistant of the NGO, also told NAN that the organisation was supporting Ebba community to build hospital wards, provide medical kits and other urgent needs.

Obi said that the support was necessary due to the dearth of healthcare facilities in the community and the need to empower women with entrepreneurial skills.

According to him, YOUPEDA is a cross-support NGO in collaboration with the World Faith NGO that focuses on peace education, community advocacy, empowerment, and health.
Share:

If we sell three of five vehicles we own and use proceeds to engage youths, crime will reduce —Senator.

Image result for Andrew Uchendu
The senator representing Rivers East in the Senate, Andrew Uchendu  (APC), has attributed the general insecurity in the nation to youth unemployment.

He suggested that in order to curb crimes and prevent long-term consequences, senators should dispose three of the five vehicles they each own and use the proceeds to engage the youth.

“We need to find appropriate economic policies to engage idle hands,” Uchendu had argued.

The senator spoke at the plenary on Thursday during the debate that followed the presentation of the senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani.

Sani had moved a motion he described as “Senseless killing of a Briton and the abduction of three others in a holiday resort in Kaduna State by armed bandits.”

In seconding the motion, Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, expressed condolences to the families of the victims and also to “all Nigerians living in fear.”

Ekweremadu added, “We need to declare a national state of emergency to enable the government put in place measures to end this problem.”

Another respondent, Senator Joshua Lidani (PDP Gombe South), also supported the motion, noting, “Nigeria is becoming a killing field and this will have an effect on investment and tourism.”

“We need to do something drastic, something unusual that we have not done before.

“We need to mobilise the military to those areas and we should not be shy of asking for help,” Lidani added.

In his contribution, Senator Babba Ahmed Kaita (Congress for Progressive Change — Kankia/Ingawa/Kusada constituency of Katsina State), expressed concerns for the families of the victims, asking, “What have we done as senators of the Federal Republic of Nigeria?”

He then advised, “We should marshal out a plan from the chambers of this Senate to secure this country.”

In his response, President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki said, “If you all remember yesterday, we observed a minute silence and condoled the family and sent messages to the embassy, but the deputy Senate President rightly stood up and said, it goes beyond just this individual worker, both Nigerian and foreigner.”

He, therefore, warned that, “There are a lot of issues that we need to address because the way these series of killings are going on and that is why we brought it up today.

“In line with the last speaker, we must begin to look at the solutions.

“When we talk about the way forward, we need to be honest with ourselves. We need to talk as senators in this upper chamber because in addressing these issues, we need to be frontal on what has led us to where we are today and we must proceed through our political parties’ platforms and see it as a problem that all of us need to address.”

Saraki counselled that, wherever there is a fault, the nation must be bold enough to say it; and that “where there are sanctions that need to be taken, we must be bold as well to say so.”

Decrying what appears to be the uncooperative attitude of Police top hierarchy, the Senate president avers, “I mean, you have all been in this chamber; for one year, we could not even communicate, converse or engage with the Nigeria Police.

“You were all here when the Head of Police refused to even come before us. How can we work together to move things forward because, at the end of the day, we must begin to sit down with those in charge and discuss what we need to do, how do we help you.

“Even if we want to recruit, we can’t do it from here, we need guidance, they need to tell us what we need to know.”

He urged senators to suggest solutions to the problems, appealing, “let’s contribute with what is the way forward, what do we need to do.

“That’s the only way we can truly show that we are serious, it is the only way we can honour those that have died.”

Lamenting the murder of the British tourist, Faye Mooney, in the Kajuru Castle incident, Saraki noted that the lady had worked in dangerous situations in Iraq and Kosovo and had survived until she came to Nigeria.

“That does not portray this country in a positive way at all,” he said.

Denouncing the insecurity on the nation’s highways, Saraki said, “Today, Abuja-Kaduna road has been abandoned as, I was told, everybody is going by train there. Nothing is happening to address that. If we want to politicise it, we will not make a way forward.”

“We need to decide whether we want to find a solution or whether we just want to play to the gallery. In the past, kidnappings used to be done in the cities; now they are kidnapping villagers too, its a big problem.”

In his contributions, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha (PDP-Taraba South), went ahead to suggest that, in order to avoid the long-term effects of the insecurity, the nation must reexamine the possibility of having a state Police.

“The long-term effects will be catastrophic. I want to suggest that the issue of State Police be looked into; we need to create a synergy between the state Police and vigilante and locals of these states. It will dramatically reduce the menace.

“We need massive military deployment to these flash points. We also need to come up with capital punishments for these crimes.”

Senator Kabir Marafa (APC- Zamfara Central), warned that the killings are evidence that, “The north is at war. Unless something is done, I am afraid that in the next two to three years, the situation might be out of control. This has become a business because there is technically no business in the north.

“The way forward is to fight corruption and set standards.”

Attributing the crimes to youth unemployment, Senator Andrew Uchendu (APC-Rivers East) said, “Until our youth are engaged, this problem will continue.

“If we dispose of three of the five vehicles we own and use the proceeds to engage our youth, would it not be better?

“We need to find appropriate economic policies to engage idle hands.”

On his own, Senator David Umaru (APC-Niger East), said the soldiers are not provided with enough logistics and therefore use this as an excuse to collaborate with kidnappers.

“The state government has not helped matters; they do nothing to provide funds.

“We need to devise short-term goals and long-term solutions. We need to establish a special force to address this problem,” he submitted.

The Senate therefore resolved to do as follows:

I. Observe a minute silence in honour of the departed souls;

II. Urge the security authorities to intensify the search for the perpetrators and bring them to book;

III. Urge the government to set up inter-agency task force to tackle cases of banditry and kidnapping in Kaduna, Katsina, Zamfara and Niger states;

IV. Urge security agencies to give special security cover to foreign workers and tourists;

V. Urge security agencies to immediately deploy the use of drones and interceptors in tracking kidnappers asking for ransom;

VI. Urge community leaders, traditional rulers and all stakeholders to co-operate with security agencies;

VII. Urge telecommunications companies to provide security agencies with information in areas where there are kidnappings;

VIII. Urge Senate to send a delegation to the British Embassy and condole (with) the British government.

IX. Senate should invite the acting IG of Police to brief the Senate on the initiative put in place to curb the current security situation in the country; and

X. Leader should ensure that the Bills that we passed on the Police Reform and Trust Fund be sent to our counterparts in the House, so we can get concurrence and have these Bills sent to the President so that we can get assent as quick as possible.

“We hope that with this, we will begin to see improvement in the security situation in the country,” Senate President Bukola Saraki concluded, thanking the senators for their contributions.
Share:

Nigerian preacher reveals how he used to lie to people to raise money for God’s work because he was competing with ”demonic prophet”.

 
A Nigerian preacher, Iyke Oriaku of the Churchless Revival, has revealed how he used to lie to people to raise money to do God’s work because he was competing with demonic prophets.

According to him,  he was a victim of “pulpit pressure”

THANK GOD I DIDNT DIE THOSE DAYS I USED TO LIE TO PEOPLE TO RAISE MONEY TO DO GOD’S WORK BECAUSE I WAS COMPETING WITH DEMONIC PREACHERS …

I WOULD GET THE MONEY… AND WON’T EVEN BUY HANDKERCHIEF FOR MYSELF …

I WOULD STILL USE EVERY PENNY TO DO GOD’S WORK..

SOULS WOULD BE SAVED…HEARTS WOULD BE SET ON FIRE…

BUT IT’S ONLY ME THAT KNEW THAT I LIED TO RAISE MONEY TO CARRY OUT THOSE MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES  …

THANK GOD I DIDN’T DIE THOSE DAYS…

IF NOT, I WOULD HAVE BEEN KNOWN IN HELL AS ONE OF THOSE PREACHERS THAT ALLOWED PRESSURES TO DRIVE THEM IN MINISTRY…

TODAY, TO THE GLORY OF GOD, WE HAVE GROWN PASS THAT STAGE WHEN WE WANT TO DO PROGRAMS JUST TO PROVE A POINT…

NOW THAT THERE ARE NO MORE PRESSURES, WE HAVE SEEN THE DIFFERENCE…

GOD IS DOING THINGS BY HIMSELF…

RAISING PEOPLE BY HIMSELF ACCORDING TO HIS PACE…

TO THE GLORY OF GOD, THE HALL FOR THE PROGRAM WE ARE HAVING IN ASABA THIS WEEKEND HAS BEEN PAID FOR SINCE 3MONTHS AGO BY SOME PEOPLE OVER THERE WHOSE HEARTS GOD HAS TOUCHED …

WE DIDN’T EVEN CALL THEM ON PHONE…

IN FACT THEY ARE THE ONES BEGGING US TO CHOOSE DATE…

CALLS ARE COMING FROM MANY PARTS …

REMNANTS WHO ARE READY TO FIX THE BILLS OF OUR MEETINGS IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD…

STILL TO GOD’S GLORY ALONE, TODAY, IF GOD LEADS US TO ANY CITY OR VILLAGE TODAY FOR A REVIVAL CRY, THERE ARE REMNANTS ALREADY THERE WHO ARE READY TO PARTNER WITH US TO FIX BILLS…

YET,  WHEN I WAS USING MY OWN POWER, SOMETIMES, I USED TO LIE TO PEOPLE TO RAISE MONEY TO DO GOD’S WORK…

FRIENDS, MY GREATEST REGRETS IN MINISTRY ARE THE DAYS I WAS DOING MINISTRY TO MAKE SOME PEOPLE SOMEWHERE SEE THE I AM DOING SOMETHING GREAT ….

I HATE TO REMEMBER WHEN I BRAGGED WITH THE PROFILE OF THE CONTACTS I HAVE…

SINCE I HANDED EVERY SINGLE MINISTERIAL ISSUE OVER TO GOD I HAVE SEEN THE DIFFERENCE…

SINCE GOD SAW THAT I VALUE HIM MORE THAN ANY MAN ALIVE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, HE CAME IN …

PEACE HAS SET IN…
ANXIETY HAS GONE…

YES,  WE HAVE NOT ARRIVED…
WE HAVE NOT EVEN STARTED…

BUT WE HAVE SEEN EVERY REASON TO REGRET THE DAYS WE USED OUR STRENGTH TO DO THIS WORK…

BECAUSE THERE IS NO END TO THE CALAMITY THE FLESH BRINGS…

IF THERE IS ANY MAN THAT SHOULD TEACH YOU HOW NOT TO FAIL IT IS A MAN THAT HAS FAILED SEVERALLY…

FORGET THESE SMILES ON OUR FACES ON FACEBOOK…

SOME OF US HAVE PUTREFYING WOUNDS FROM THE INJURIES WE HAVE GIVEN OURSELVES SOMEWHERE ON THIS JOURNEY…

UNFORTUNATELY, WE CANNOT UNDO THE SHITS OF YESTERDAYS, BUT WE CAN ONLY POSITION FOR GOD TO DO SOMETHING FOR HIMSELF THROUGH US, TO THE SHAME OF SATAN…

MAN OF GOD, YOU ARE NOT UNDER ANY PRESSURE…

STOP COMPETITING WITH DEMONIC PROPHETS…

CAN YOU DO WHAT THEY ARE DOING WITH MAMI WATER EVERY NIGHT?…

CAN YOU TURN TO DOGS AND BE EATING EXCRETA?..

CAN YOU BE TURNING TO SNAKES AND BE ATTENDING MEETINGS IN HIGH SEAS?…

YOU MUST NOT HOST PROGRAMS…

NOBODY WILL BEAT YOU IF YOU DON’T HAVE CARS…

MANAGE THAT RENTED HALL TILL GOD CHOOSE TO GIVE YOU YOUR OWN PLACE…

AVOID FRIENDS WHO ARE ALWAYS COMING TO TELL YOU HOW MANY CARS OTHER MINISTERS HAVE…

THEY ARE FEEDING THAT DEMON CALLED MAMMON IN YOU…

I WAS A VICTIM OF PULPIT PRESSURES…

I TRIED TO USE MY POWER TO SEE THE MANDATE ON MY LIFE SUCCEED…

BUT SINCE I RELIQUSHED POWER, AND HANDED EVERYTHING OVER TO GOD, I AM SEEING SWEATLESS TRIUMPHS…

MOST OF THE THINGS GOD TOLD ME HE WILL DO THROUGH ME HAVE STARTED MANIFESTING SWEATLESSLY …

THINGS I WAS LOOKING FOR ARE NOW LOOKING FOR ME…

ONCE AGAIN, WE HAVE NOT ARRIVED…

BUT IF YOU KNOW WHERE WE ARE COMING FROM, YOU WILL UNDERSTAND WHY WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE LITTLE HE IS DOING THROUGH US TODAY…

I DON’T WANT TO BE ONE OF THOSE PREACHERS THAT WILL PULL PEOPLE OUT FROM HELL AND STILL TAKE THEIR PLACE IN HELL…

LORD, WOULD YOU NOT HELP THIS ‘WEAK’ MAN,  IYKE ORIAKU? …

YOU KNOW THAT I HAVE NOT STARTED OFF WELL ON THIS JOURNEY…

BUT I KNOW THAT IF YOU CAN STILL BE HOLDING ME UP TIL NOW, CERTAINLY, SATAN WILL STILL HAVE A LOT OF THINGS TO PAY FOR IN THE DAYS AHEAD …

FRIENDS, CAN I BEG YOU SOMETHING?…

IF YOU SEE ANY YOUNG MAN THAT IS NOT USING JUJU TO DO MINISTRY, IF YOU CAN, PLEASE, SOW INTO HIS MINISTRY…

THERE IS A VOICE GOD WANTS TO RAISE THROUGH HIM THAT SATAN WANTS TO STOP BY ALL MEANS …

PAYING FOR HIS CRUSADE HANDBILLS CAN ENCOURAGE HIM A LOT…

I HAVE MADE UP MY MIND THAT NO GENUINE MAN OF GOD WILL MEET ME AND STILL SEE ANY REASON TO BOW TO BAAL…

NO YOUNG MINISTER AROUND ME WILL MAKE THE MISTAKES I MADE IN THIS WORK…

I WANT TO BEG THAT YOUNG MAN PLANNING TO JOIN THOSE WHO ARE USING SATANIC POWERS TO DO MINISTRY…

DON’T BOTHER…

CANCEL THAT DEMONIC TRIP…

FORGET YOUR PAST SHITS…

THE FUTURE IS CALLING YOUR NAME…

YOU CAN EVEN UPROOT THAT CHARM YOU BURIED IN THAT ALTAR…

THERE IS PEACE WHEN GOD IS THE ONE HELPING YOU MORE THAN WHEN YOU ARE THE ONE HELPING YOURSELF…

SATAN IS ON EARTH TODAY WITH GREAT WRATH, TO.MAKE SURE HE SEPARATES US FROM GOD…

HE WANTS US TO SHARE THE SAME ETERNAL DESTINY WITH HIM..

HOW CAN YOU RUN TO YOUR ETERNAL ENEMY TO HELP YOU IN MINISTRY?…

I KNOW WE HAVE BILLS TO PAY…

I KNOW…

BUT IT’S BETTER WE GO TO.JAIL FOR THE DEBTS WE OWE THAN TO SEE OURSELVES SLEEPING WITH MAD LADIES JUST TO CONTROL POWERS TO GROW OUR MINISTRIES…

IF IT LOOKS LIKE I AM TALKING TO YOU, PLEASE, BOW YOUR HEAD…

AND… LET US PRAY!…
Nigerian preacher reveals how he used to lie to people to raise money for God
  Nigerian preacher reveals how he used to lie to people to raise money for God
Share:

Another ‘kidnapped’ lady found alive.

 
Police have announced that an employee at Nsambya hospital, Maria Nabayunga, who  had been reported missing, has been found alive.

Nabayunga, a laboratory technologist, went missing on April 1. Her family started searching for her but they failed to find her.

After reporting the matter to the police, she was found safe and alive.

Police sources told us Nabayunga has some personal problems which made her disappear.

They disputed reports that she had been kidnapped.

Nabuyunga’s disappearance and appearance comes comes few days after police retrieved the body of Dr Catherine Agaba from a sceptic tank in Muyenga. She was working at International Hospital Kampala (IHK).

The police arrested the suspect who was identified as Ronald Obangakene and was yesterday charged and remanded to Luzira prison.

Share:

Eiye Confraternity Members Arrested After Firing Gunshots At A Wedding.

 
Police in Edo have paraded a 26-year-old Sylvester Arikhan who was an agent of one of the political parties in the recently conducted Houses of Assembly elections in Edo State, with police serviceable pistol.

The suspect claimed to have been given the loaded gun by a party chieftain to protect pilot box during the election.

He said he concealed the gun in his trousers as a party agent in ward 02, Unit 01, at Udomi Primary School, Irrua in Esan Central local government area of Edo in anticipation of violence from any quarters.

He claimed to have accepted the weapon from the party chieftain because of the yet-to-be paid N150, 000.00 he promised to offer at the end of the excercise.

Sylvester Arikhan said he only got N10, 000 from the party chieftain in the area as party agent added that he refused to return the gun to the owner who did not pay for the services rendered during the poll.

Also paraded with him was one Oboh Osomurie, 21 whose possession the gun was recovered at a hotel after Sylvester fired severally at wedding and swiftly passed the gun to him.

Oboh Osomurie said it was his brother’s wedding so they decided to fire some shots as they belong to Eiye confraternity.
Share:

Mechanic jailed for three years for unlawful possession of firearm.

 Image result for fire arm gif
An Upper Area Court 3, sitting in Kasuwan Nama in Jos, on Thursday, sentenced a 25-year-old mechanic, Hussaini Buka, to three years in prison for unlawful possession of firearm.

The judge, Yahaya Mohammed, however, gave the convict an option of fine of N30, 000.

Earlier, the Prosecutor, Ibrahim Gokwat, had told the court that the convict was arrested by a special task force in April 11, and was reported at the State Force Headquarters.

Gokwat said that the convict was arrested in possession of a locally made pistol by the task force while they were on routine patrol.

According to the prosecutor, Buka had no license for the pistol.

On arraignment, he had pleaded guilty to the charge, which the prosecutor said contravened Section 27 (1) (a) (1) (11) (b) (111) of the Firearms Cap F 28 of the LFN, 2004.
Share:

See The Gateman Who Rejected House Offer For Borehole For His Community.

                    
Here are pictures of the gatemen who has been labelled a hero by Nigerians following his selfless gesture towards his community in Birniwa local government area of Jigawa state.

It was gathered that the gateman identified as Musa Usman had served his Indian boss, Mr. V. Verghese, for 25 years and he was planning to leave his job to finally spend time with his family in Giljimmi, a Fulani settlement in Jigawa state.

To appreciate Usman’s services, Verghese decided to build a house for him. However, the offer was turned down. Instead, the kind gateman asked his boss to build a borehole for his community because there was shortage of water in his village and people had to go a long distance in search of clean water.
                
Usman who reportedly lives in a thatched house in his village – is said to have expressed no regret at turning down the offer of a new house just so his people can have clean water to drink.

In his address at the commissioning of the borehole, Mr. Verghese, said his decision for the parting gift was as a result of high degree of honesty exhibited by Usman while he was working for him, saying there was never a time when any of his items ever missed in the house for the period he had stayed with him.

“Musa has served me diligently for 25 years. We will travel to India and leave our house under his care and behold, we will meet everything intact. He is indeed, a honest Nigeria.”
Share:

27-Year-Old Lady Caught Performing Sex Act With 62-Year-Old Man In A Car.

 
A woman was seen performing a sex act with an ex-policeman 35 years her senior in a car outside a primary school at pick-up time, a court heard.

Kayley Powell and John Steward were allegedly in a parked vehicle outside Springhead Infant and Nursery School in Oldham, Greater Manchester, at 2.50pm in February.

The head teacher tapped on the window after being alerted by a parent.

Steward suddenly jumped back into the passenger seat as they both said “We are doing nothing” in unison, the court heard.

The 62-year-old was then seen to be ‘visibly shaking’ whilst smoking a cigarette as Powell told a pastoral care worker: ”If anything has been going on I am 27. I’m an adult.”, it is alleged.

Powell, now 28, and Steward, now 63,  both from Oldham deny outraging public decency, the Manchester Evening News reports.

Melanie Montgomery who was maternity leave from her job at the before and after school club, said she about to pick her son from classes when she noticed Powell and Steward in a nearby car.

She told the jury: “I saw a gentleman and he was moving his arm quite fast and it was obvious that it was between the girls legs.”She was on  the drivers side and he was on the passengers side, they were parked behind me and I was using the rear view mirror to see them.

”His head was back but her body was moving. It was as if she was asleep. She just wasn’t moving but his hand was making her move. “They didn’t stop until someone walked past, I kept looking away and I rang my partner.

“My concern also was for the lady she just looked out of it, dead, it was really, really strange. I went down to the school and I reported it to reception.

“My concern was for the lady because I didn’t know if she had been drugged or something. “The fact that it was outside a school as well, it was just horrible and disgusting.”

The trial continues.
Share:

Students Hide In Roofs, Others Arrested As University Is Shut Down Over Protest.

           
According to multiple reports, police men are said to be currently beating and molesting students of Adekunle Ajasin University in Akungba township in Ondo State, after the institution was shut down following protest by students over the decision of the management to enforce ‘no payment of tuition, no test/no examination’ policy.

It is alleged that that the policemen are acting on the order of the University management, led by Prof. Igbekele Ajibefun. Some students who were found hanging around the town, were forced to lay on the ground and arrested by the police as can be seen in the pictures.

Some students were allegedly injured by the police in the course of arrest as others reportedly escaped being arrested by hiding in the roof.

The massive protest erupted on Wednesday as the students resisted the school authorities’ decision to enforce the policy from last Tuesday when 100 level and 200 level students commenced their test.

The university had in a circular issued in March 2019 stated that students who were yet to pay their tuition would pay additional N10,000 for late registration, and whoever does not register would not be allowed to write first semester 2018/2019 test and examination.

Sequel to the protest, the management of the institution had directed all students to proceed on mid-semester break.
               
The university in a statement signed by its Registrar, Dr. Sunday Ayeerun, directed all students to vacate the school immediately.

The statement said the students are to return to campus on May 20, 2019.
Share: