30 Jul 2017

UGO .K. Igwe

Blazing Hot Mixtape : DJ WOW - Sweet Juice (Listen & Download Free)


Brief History

Emmanuel Joseph also known as DJ WOW is a renown "Producer Cum Dj"  who has been in the entertainment industry way back 2001.He started as a singer with a live band crew,then known as "EMJOE" ,after several performances he decided to step things up,went solo and made his own music.As an artist,he adopted a new stage name "WOW",he did a couple of hitz like "Ukwu Samba", "am in love", "My God","Do Me" etc

After making hits after hits he moved on into music production,got his own record studio and worked with so many top artists in the industry.DJ WOW has had a tremendous and successful career from a live band crew singer to a big shot DJ whose name thrills the crowd and put rivals at bay.


Sweet juice is a Mix born out of his love for his dedicated fans and entertainment as a whole.though he has a couple of other mix in the internet,after listening to this master piece of music collection,it will definitely stick as one of your favorite play lists.







Dj WOW - Dope Hip Hop MIX (Download & Listen Free)

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24 Jul 2017

UGO .K. Igwe

Okorocha Should Start Sewing His Prison Uniform - Uche Onyeagucha

Recently Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State was quoted to have told State House Correspondents in Abuja that whoever will take over from him as governor may be stoned by the people of his performance falls below the standard he has set. His words: “I am in this job not for the profit of it, but for the honour and glory of the job.

So I want to leave a legacy. I want Imo people to miss me and they will definitely miss me. Believe you me, they have not seen such developmental work before now and they will miss it. “The only problem I have is that anybody that comes after me and does not perform will be stoned.

Because you cannot come to Imo State now and say you want to abolish free education from primary to university, they will not accept that. I have spoilt Imo people believe me.” However, Sunday Telegraph learnt from multiple sources in the state that the governor may be stoned when he loses his immunity in 2019, even as they noted that the governor has set the state further back in development.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) Senatorial candidate for Owerri Senatorial District in the 2015 General election and former member of the Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Uche Onyeagucha, called on Governor Rochas Okorocha to start sewing his prison uniform, saying he will definitely end up in jail when he lives office in 2019 for allegedly looting the state treasury. The APC chieftain, who said that he was miffed by the alleged comment by the governor that he has spoilt Imo people with projects, accused the governor of littering the state with hundreds of abandoned projects.

“I was a senatorial candidate, I should be a leader in APC, while Rochas should be in prison for the way and manner he has looted Imo State. He should rather be sewing his prison uniform. This is a person who has never gone on any commercial flight since he became governor; he has been travelling around on private jet at the state’s expanse.”

Onyeagucha, who is also a civil rights lawyer, said that it is time for the deceit unleashed on Imo people by the governor to stop.

He said, “What is this nonsense? He said he built this and that in the state. Is it Concord Hotel which he renovated, Ikemba Ojukwu Centre was built by Mbakwe and he renovated it; the Imo State Commissioners’ Quarters, he just changed the roof and renovated it; the State Secretariat was built by Chief Achike Udenwa, he changed the roof when there was no need for that. Today, there are many leaky roofs at the secretariat.

Avutu poultry, which he renovated, has collapsed under one year. At the appropriate time, Imo people will beam to the world, the many grisly misdeeds of this cruel administration.

“When we in APC went on campaign, we said we will build factories, industries, and create jobs.
That is what we promised, even on billboards then. When I told him he is a fraud, he removed them and changed the message. Show me one factory built by Rochas and I will apologise. No block industry, no toothpick industry, no sachet water industry just the ones that could be built with little amount, none! “He has deceived our people for too long, he has bamboozled them with lies, and we have tolerated it long enough.”

While there have been many allegations of nepotism to the extent that juicy positions have allegedly been cornered by family members and kinsmen, an Owerri based medical doctor, Dr. Uzo Ewuru, added that the state has become a home of abandoned projects.

According to him, not too long ago, the governor announced with pomp and fanfare, the commencement of a state carrier, Imo Air which flew few weeks after the ceremony and stopped operation.

“It appears the carrier has gone the way of many other abandoned projects littered all over the state.”

Ewuru also said that the moribund multi-billion naira Imo Modern Poultry, Avutu, built by the administration of late Governor Sam Mbakwe, which news went round before the 2015 election that its revitalisation process was almost completed (with a giant signboard erected at the Amambakwe Junction announcing the completion of the project then), has turned out to be a ruse, even as the entire complex has remained the massive forest that has overgrown the place since its abandonment in the 80s.

Governor Rochas Okorocha’s mega project, the 44 City Gates, which gulped hundreds of millions of naira, has long been forgotten by the administration.

This is even as the governor’s Young Scientists College has joined the long list of the white elephant projects the governor will launch with fanfare but not complete, 20 months to the end of his administration.

This came as Hon. Raymond Emeana, a former member of the Imo State House of Assembly and the State Secretary of PDP, has alleged that the 27 General Hospitals reportedly built by Governor Okorocha are actually 26 white elephant hospital projects, 25 of them are merely homes for rodents and criminal elements. He said: “While he owes civil servants, he said he has built 27 hospitals, there are no 27 hospitals, rather, there are just 26 buildings at the sites.

“We are now in July, which is about a year and ten months to the end of his tenure, none of those 26 hospitals has been completed except only one that is functional, and that is the one at Ikeduru LGA.

It is functional not because the state government completed, it but because they handed it over to a private investor, who is now running it as his private clinic. All the other 25, including the one for his LGA, Ideato South, including that at Mbaitoli where his deputy comes from, the one at Ezinihitte-Mbaise where the state chairman of the party is from, the one at Ngor-Okpala where the SSG is from, the one at Okigwe where the Speaker of the state House of Assembly is from, including the one at Nkwerre where his son- In-law, his Chief of Staff is from.

“None of them is functional, they are for you to see,” he stated. Emeana further alleged that the state’s judiciary is now in terrible state of decay, operating without power supply, poor accommodation and without working materials.

He dismissed as ‘abracadabra’, the governor’s free education policy, saying with the policy, the position of Imo State has dramatically nosedived in the West Africa Certificate Examinations (WAEC) performance index. He added that the Imo State University has lost accreditation in critical study areas.

They also alleged that the governor was not obeying court orders since he assumed office.
They noted that courts ordered him to reinstate the chairman of Imo State Council of Traditional Rulers, Eze Cletus Ilomuanya of Obinugwu, Orlu, which he has not done.

They also alleged that a court of competent jurisdiction restrained the governor from demolishing Captain Emmanuel Ihenacho’s property, but he went ahead and destroyed the property. When one of our correspondents sought the reaction of the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodu, he went off on the reporter, asking if they heard him say so and when.

Without waiting to hear the rest of the question, he retorted in a very hostile tone saying, “This is gutter journalism where you people carry lies about people”.

He shouted, “Who is your editor? Whoever your editor is, tell him that he is not worthy to be an editor for asking you to get me to react to such nonsense. I beg get off my phone!” He finished aggressively and promptly hung up.

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43 Surrendered Boko Haram Terrorists Airlifted For Rehabilitation (photos)

Forty-three Boko Haram insurgents who recently surrendered to troops of Operation Lafiya Dole of the Nigerian army, were on Saturday airlifted to join other surrendered insurgents in Gombe where they are to immediately commence a de-radicalization and rehabilitation programme under the auspices of Operation Safe Corridor.

Speaking while handing over the surrendered insurgents to Operation Safe Corridor, the Theatre Commander Operation Lafiya Dole, Major General Ibrahim Attahiru gave an assurance that the penitent insurgents will be given a new lease of life as they commence their journey back into the civil society through the de-radicalization and rehabilitation processes. He urged them further to embrace and undertake the programme whole heartedly to enable them to benefit and positively reorient their views about life and the society in general.

It will be recalled that over 70 Boko Haram insurgents had earlier in this month, surrendered to troops of Operation Lafiya Dole in the North East, thus, taking advantage of the window of grace provided by the Federal Government for insurgents who are willing to give up terrorism and turn a new leaf to surrender to any military location closest to them.

General Attahiru called on all other insurgents to abandon the futile struggle and reject the hypocrisy of the Boko Haram leadership who live in affluence, while their foot soldiers die in hunger.

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23 Jul 2017

UGO .K. Igwe

Reps To Set Minimum Age Requirement Of 35 For Presidential Aspirants

A constitutional amendment proposal seeking a minimum age requirement of 35 years for future presidential aspirants has been submitted before the House of Representatives for consideration and adoption.

The proposal is part of a report of the fourth alteration of the 1999 Constitution laid before the House by the Lasun Yusuf- headed Constitution Review Committee on Thursday, last week.

The report is scheduled to be considered and adopted through electronic voting on Tuesday and Wednesday next week after which the House will proceed on its annual recess.

The age qualification provision comes under a bill entitled 
“An Act to alter the provisions of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,1999 to reduce the age for qualification for the offices of the President and Governor and membership of the Senate, House of Representatives and the State Houses of Assembly, and for other related matters.”

It is the product of a coalition of 53 Civil Society Groups which presented it to the House as the “Not too young to run bill.”

The current minimum age required to run for presidential office in Nigeria is 40. The report also pushes for Nigerians from the age of 25 years to be allowed to seek election into the state assemblies and the House of Representatives, down from the current 30 years.Drinosblog Reports.
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Trump Is The Tool God Used To Humble America - OBJ

Former president, Olusegun Obasanjo has described Donald Trump's election as president of the United states an 'act of God'.

Obasanjo, while speaking at the launch of the French version of a book entitled ‘Making Africa Work’ in Pretoria, South Africa, stated that God made Trump president to humble America.

In his words;

"The fact that America can produce a Trump in this day and age, it means Americans are as human as we are,” he said in a rare reflection that appeared to have mocked the US election last November.I am not justifying what African leaders are doing. If our leaders are doing wrong, we should say that they are doing wrong"

The retired military general added that he was happy with the way things turned out in the last US elections. "Trump has come so that America can be humbled, and we can also learn that lesson," he said.

The book making "Making Africa work" is authored by Greg Mills, Jeffrey Herbst, Olusegun Obasanjo and Dickie Davis. Obasanjo, while speaking about the book, disclosed that the African continent still needed direct foreign investment, adding that “Nobody can do it for us, and it is all of us, and if we do it, we will get it right,”.
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Biafra Is Fantasy – Charly Boy, Former Pman President

Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, His Royal Punkness and Area Fada, is a former president of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN). The singer/songwriter, television presenter and producer has been very vocal on national issues in recent times. In this interview with select journalists, he airs his views on the state of the nation, blaming the failings of the country on corrupt political leadership. He warns that until Nigerians begin to demand and insist on good governance, the situation would remain unchanged, saying the #OurMumuDondo movement, which he is championing, is a national clarion call on all Nigerians to stand and fight as politicians will not fight for them. Oputa, who has consistently spoken against the agitation for Biafra, maintains his position on the issue and urges his kinsmen to “pause on the fantasy tagged Biafra for now”. Excerpts:

You are getting more vocal on national issues these days. Why has it been so?

I am angry because I am a frustrated Nigerian. People like me, you and millions of Nigerians should be doing much better than we are doing presently if only we had an enabling environment. I was born in the early 50s when there was so much prospect in this country, when premium was placed on value, honesty, integrity and love for country. 

My dear country has gone to the dogs. The Giant of Africa has become the laughing stock of the rest of the world. How did we get here? How and why did we allow this rot to consume a once upon a time beautiful country with so much prospect? Kai!

Where are the few good men and women who have decided to keep quiet in the face of this kind of evil? Imagine the frustration, the poverty, the joblessness, the hopelessness in a country that can offer its people so much more but have given nothing but pain, misery and so much disunity amongst its people. Yes, I’m angry.

My country, Nigeria is terminally ill from decades of misrule, impunity by vile sorcerers, ignorant drunken politicians, terrorists in agbada brutalising the poor masses, and riff-raffs who are prepared to drag the nation down into the poo pit. Yes, I am mad as hell; na like dis we go dey go?

Now, I hear sounds of very irresponsible and provocative utterances filling the air, burning with hate messages. The social media is filled with ultimatums, datelines and fake news propagating the Old Testament message of an eye for an eye that will soon leave all of us blind. I am mad and angry with all these.

Is that why you are championing the #OurMumuDonDo campaign?

You see, there comes a time in the history of a suffering people when the status quo that has eternally failed can no longer be sustained; when the hungry, angry, vexed, and frustrated are bonded in a coalition to reclaim a country seeking a new direction and a new path; when political leadership has failed from generation to generation, as is the case with Nigeria, and the docility of the populace is almost a norm; the emancipation of the mind from mental slavery becomes an eternal battle for which fighting becomes godly.

#OurMumuDonDo is a national clarion call on all Nigerians to stand and fight, because no politician will fight for the interest of the Nigerian people; it is impossible. It is a call to engage, to protest and occupy all arms of government until good governance is seen and felt by the people. It is a call to re-awaken the Spartan of the Labour union of old in the youths. This is a call driven by nationalism and Nigerianisation. #OurMumuDonDo is a movement of the people by the people for the people. This is a genuine democratic and nationalistic movement.

When you talk about the angry, vexed and frustrated, it sounds as if you are advocating a violent revolution?

No, not in anyway. However, when the people are tired of political exploitation, a nation is re-awakened. When politicians continue in the path of reckless criminality, a mob is encouraged. And it is because of this anger and frustration in the atmosphere that we have decided to rein in, coordinate and channel our anger towards our common enemy under the aegis of the Justice Oputa Foundation. 

Why the Justice Oputa Foundation?

Why not? Because the late Justice Chukwudifu Oputa bequeathed a legacy of incorruptibility to this nation; it’s on record. And that legacy and value, today, is extremely scarce. So, what better way to champion an honest cause for emancipation?

You attended one of the court sittings in Nnamdi Kanu’s case probably in a show of solidarity. But after he was granted bail, he has refused to back down on the agitation for Biafra. Do you still support his cause?

For whatever reason, no man deserves to be ill treated in his fatherland as Nnamdi Kanu was treated. Hence, my involvement in the call for his release at the time. I am for equal rights and justice, period. Advocating for the okada community doesn’t make me an okada rider. Advocating for gay rights doesn’t make me gay. So, agitating for Nnamdi’s release doesn’t make me a Biafran supporter. Biafra for me is a mindset. If there were no great injustice in the land, there would be no call for Biafra. So, don’t get it twisted.

Sometime in January 2017, I wrote about my thoughts on the Biafra agitation and how I do not consider it a feasible adventure especially when there are so many important things my Igbo kinsmen can alternatively dedicate their all to. I titled the article “The illusion called Biafra”. Those who haven’t read it should read it up because what I wrote therein will always be my stance on Biafra.

Unfortunately, the dreams of nationhood is lost on the altar of deception, and my Igbo brothers must be circumspect on the fact and history, and not be hoodwinked into some insane propaganda that will only lead to more wahala. So, instead of Biafra, we should channel our energies and abilities towards developing the South-east to become the economic hub of Nigeria. Igbo nation and my people are great but for us to move forward we must kill our individualistic tendencies and come together to do great things.

The fall of Biafra after the genocide, starvation, and immense suffering of my people should teach us something. I believe the failure of the Igbo nation is the fault of the people, her so-called elites and decision-makers. Why have we not poured our energy, capacity and ability into making the South-east the Dubai of the nation as well as the engine room of the Nigerian economy? Who would be our leaders when the South-east is infested with political power-grabbers, 419ers, mindless criminals and looters of our commonwealth and resources? Need I mention names?

Our problem is the lack of men of integrity and a progressive mindset. We lack the right kind of leadership that will fight for the interest of the people. Let it be clear to all that the sufferings and poverty of the people of the South-east are also the sufferings and poverty of the peoples of the other geopolitical zones in Nigeria, including my northern brothers. Even the nascent anti-corruption fight in the country has seen all tribe accordingly represented. It is therefore retrospectively insane to begin to think that a people with a problem would suddenly be relieved when they are attached with a tag #BIAFRA; Abegi.

Therefore, I insist that our mumu don do because the failure of leadership is evident in our agitation for fairness, justice and equality for every Nigerian not just for every Igbo man. And so the mind of the typical Igbo leader needs a revolution so that it can be realigned for the interest of the people rather than the interest of a few.

Let’s focus on our homeland, our states, and begin to demand accountability and responsibility from many of our scammers, riff-raffs and fraudsters in the entire nation. 

Former governor Sule Lamido of Jigawa State was recently quoted as saying that Nigeria cannot break up because members of the elite are united in preserving their advantages over the masses irrespective of their differences of tribe and religion. Straight from the horse’s mouth! A candid admission that it is yahoo yahoo leadership that runs Nigeria’s affairs; that have kept “the common man” squalid, wretched and “in hell” despite the nation’s enormous oil wealth.

Again and again, I dare to ask that we pause on the fantasy tagged Biafra for now. Let us dutifully work ourselves back into reckoning by fighting for fairness, justice and equality for all Nigerians; not Igbos only, Yorubas only or Hausas only; but all Nigerians.

The notice given to Igbos living in the North to quit on or before October 1, this year, is still trending. What is your take on that?

(Loud laughter) I may be a dreamer, but I believe in the unity of Nigeria. I believe we all need each other. I believe that there is strength in our diversity. But I also know that there is so much disunity, injustice, hatred, poverty and hopelessness all being fanned by “them” against “us” to keep us in perpetual mumuism. My own mumu don do.

Even though our brothers in the North have presided over the Nigerian state more than any other ethnic group, is the North the Dubai of Nigeria? Why is it that out of the over 25 million out of school children in Nigeria, 18 million are from the North while Kano State alone has five million beggars. Go and make your research. According to the UNDP, 82 per cent of northern Nigerians are living below the poverty line, why?

Nigeria has the highest number of young girls suffering from Vesico Vaginal Fistula (VVF) in the world and 90 per cent of those young girls are from the North. Why?

Why is it that the base of paedophilia, child sex, child slavery and child marriage on the African continent is most rampant in northern Nigeria?

According to Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, the northern states “have the highest infant and maternal mortality rates in the country, the lowest rate of child enrolment in schools, the highest number of unemployed young people, the highest levels of poverty and faces the challenge of inter-ethic and inter-religious conflict including the Boko Haram terrorism.” Why?

According to Governor Nasir el-Rufai of Kaduna State, if the North-west zone of the country were to ever find itself on its own, it would be poorer and more ravaged by war than Afghanistan. Why did he say that?

What’s all this gragra for? Who are they deceiving? My mumu don do tey tey. I know and understand the game. A lot of my northern brothers have come to my rescue in my dark hours, so has my Yoruba brothers, my Ijaw brothers and if truth be told, more than even my own Igbo brothers. Yes! Who is fooling who?

Is #OurMumuDonDo a political movement?

Of course no. The movement is not a political movement. Isn’t that why we have failed as a people and a nation? I mean selfish political ambitions and perpetual political criminality is what damaged our national fabrics and plunged our nationalistic potentials to this despicable state. So, the answer is NO; the movement is devoid of any political, religious and tribal colourations.

What is the assurance that the movement would be sustained because we have seen many people abandon lofty struggles they initiated midway?

First of all, I am not many people. Secondly, I am not your regular Nigerian. I may live in Nigeria but the Nigerian way has never lived in me. I am stubborn about the things I get involved with and nothing, not even death, can dissuade me. My antecedents are pointers to that. I built an image that continues to tickle most Nigerians. For the past 40 years, I have remained faithful even in the face of being misunderstood, branded irresponsible and crazy by conservative superficial Nigerians; I never gave up. Even when in the beginning my own family didn’t understand or approve, I stuck to my gun. I have been in a marriage for almost four decades with the same woman when many celebrity marriages are crashing up and down. I have remained loyal to my vows in the face of unimaginable distractions. I have never chosen money over my convictions. I even don’t have respect for money so I know I can never be rich because the things that mean the most to me are extinct. I come from a different stock and apples never fall too far from their tree. Yes, you can safely say that I am an exceptional Nigerian and I have a funny feeling that I will probably die that way.

You have said that #OurMumuDonDo is not a political movement but its objectives are tied to politics. How would it impact on the present-day Nigerian politics?

I am under no illusion or doubt that this movement will encourage many young selfless visionary leaders who are either being intimidated by the riff-raffs in leadership, the existing political forces or simply in hiding out of fear for their lives to begin to come out and represent their people. So, this movement is not only about ending the docility of Nigerians, it is also about motivating and breathing life into the dreams of many unknown Nigerians who are hoping to lead this country in absolute genuineness. 

Right now, we already have a group of volunteers, consisting of many frustrated Nigerians, including myself, who are fed up of the status quo. When the mentality of a people is that we are freedom-fighters, fighting genuinely for a nationalistic cause, and that an injury to one is an injury to all; continuously saying we are ready for the worse and prepared to sacrifice our all for the good of this country, then, a movement like #OurMumuDonDo becomes a responsibility of the willing and not a burden for the unwilling. It is a movement of the suffering people, which must be owned and sponsored by the suffering people. 

The sensitisation is currently going on and will continue for as long as possible. Meanwhile, there are some things that cannot be said publicly. That is why we are encouraging Nigerians to go to www.ourmumudondo.org to register, so we can communicate whatever we are to do next to them privately. 

For the past three decades you have been a youth advocate and at 65 you are still running around with the youth. Yet you have strongly criticised them for their docility. Isn’t that a contradiction?

Nigerian youths are on the danger list, born into a country where the leadership is deliberately making sure that they do not get what they deserve — no enabling environment, no employment, dream killers, creating poverty all over the place. They wear a veil of holiness to cover their evil faces and pretend to be fighting for their interest. If the youths are the future, it is clear to see what kind of future we have with the mumu youths, who still go ahead to celebrate them and vote for them because of N1000. Me, I know say many go chop sand sand if they continue to remain in this mumu lane; I swear to God.

I know that some of them are not ready to come out of their mumugiosity. I know many of them will not even respond quickly to this call of nationalism. I also know that most of them will be unwilling to hold the rope of emancipation, which is being thrown out to them. However, I must tell you the truth. The truth is that things will NEVER change except they decide to genuinely change it. People have been saying that Nigeria will get better since independence but it has still not got better till date. If I need my light on, am I not supposed to get up from the chair and switch it on? But in Nigeria, we believe that praying can help us switch on the light, hence, we won’t bother. As long as most of these useless men of God keep promoting miracles ahead of hard work, more Nigerian youths will be endangered.

But as the Area Fada, I still believe in the exceptional youths of Nigeria. I have met a few who are willing to reclaim their country from the hands of political criminals with insatiable desire to loot and plunder.

Already, we have started seeing skirmishes in the northern part of the country because they are simply tired of sulking up to politicians who fail to keep their promises with the suffering people. Fact is, when the people are tired of political exploitation, a nation is re-awakened. When politicians continue in the path of reckless criminality, a mob is encouraged. When frustration becomes the only mood in vogue in a nation, then, the people are left with nothing else but to defiantly fight for their future.
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Nadia Buari's Outfit To The Golden Movie Awards Got Fans Talking

Ghanaian actress and mother of twins, Nadia Buhari wore this body revealing dress to the Golden Movie Awards yesterday, and her look got her fans worried.

Read their comments below...

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9mobile New Latest List Of Data Plans Subscription Codes & Prices For 2017

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How To Stop 9mobile Auto-renewal 

Simply dial *229*0# to cancel data autorenewal.

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To check data balance simply dial *228#
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22 Jul 2017

UGO .K. Igwe

I have killed over 100 men, rendered 70 impotent – Ghanaian prostitute, confesses

A 36-year-old Ghanaian prostitute, Katrine Obenewaa has confess to killing over 100 men and rendering no fewer than 70 impotent.

Obenewaa was reportedly introduced into prostitution by a Nigerian lady, Elizabeth Opeyemi at a very tender age.

The lady made the shocking revelation on Samuel Mprah’s show on Bryt FM.

She claimed going into the prostitute work due to lack of support from her poor parents.

She said, “I was initially working as a local prostitute but later went international after coming into contact with one Miss Elizabeth Opeyemi, an international sex worker from Nigeria.”

She said the Nigerian woman enticed her to take her prostitution business outside Ghana.

According to her, she spread her bounds to neighbouring countries like Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso.

“My eight years of friendship with Miss Opeyemi was a great moment that saw me with billions of cedis.

“I was able to buy two separates six-bed room apartments from the monies I made through my sex business and now own a lot of other landed properties from this same sex business.”

Katrine further said that she got greedy and wanted more money, thus had to go in for spiritual backup. However, her visit to a spiritualist, turned out to be her worst decision

She said aftermath of her visit to the spiritualist was that any man she slept with, lost his life afterwards, and she confronted the Spiritualist who told her it was the price she had to pay for her wealth while adding that it was irreversible.

She confessed that over 100 men had already died, and 70 more were rendered impotent after sleeping with her before she eventually found out what the cause was.

Katrine also said she’s having a big regret over the whole situation, saying “though I have acquired the needed wealth one could desire for in life, am still not a happy person because of this predicament in my life.”
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20 Jul 2017

UGO .K. Igwe

Reekado Banks Features In His First Nollywood Movie

Though the movie title is yet unknown,The Mavin star was spotted on his first movie set....More Pics

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FG Not Banning Overseas Production Of Films — Lai Mohammed

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has denied saying that the Federal Government will ban the overseas production of Nigerian movies and music.

Mohammed noted this on Tuesday evening while reacting to an outcry by artistes over reports saying he hinted at the ban when he visited the headquarters of the Copyright Society of Nigeria in Lagos.

During a briefing at the end of a two-day Creative Industry Financing Conference, with the theme ‘Financing the Film, Television and Music Industries,’ held at Eko Hotels, Victoria Island, Mohammed said FG would not tamper with the aspirations and rights of the artistes and producers.

He said, “At COSON, I said that I would work to amend the National Broadcasting Commission’s code to ensure that if a product is designated a Nigerian product, it must be produced in Nigeria. I didn’t say that, henceforth, all music and films would or must be produced in Nigeria.

“All I said was that if a programme is designated as a Nigerian content programme, we will amend the code to ensure that it is produced in Nigeria. I didn’t say I’ll ban the production of Nigerian movies and videos overseas.”
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UGO .K. Igwe

46 Kenyan Women Strip Unclad Because Their Husbands Can't Satisfy Them In Bed

Tens of women stripped nak*d in Mukurweini, Nyeri county, protesting unsatisfied s*x they get from their husbands.They also said that if by the end of evening they do not get fully satisfaction from them,they will move to upper sides of RValley, Nyanza or Western to get properly attended to in bed.Hehe!

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