Category Archives: entertainment industry

Hmm…All these things Caroline Danjuma is posting on instagram, whatagwan?

For the past two days Caroline Danjuma has been posting some interesting things to her instagram page…like she’s dealing with some issues. Then again, it might mean nothing. See more after the cut

New video: Naomi Mac – Yekile

The House One Records is proud to present one of their Sensational inspirational singer, Naomi Mac as she fully marks her grand entry into the Nigerian music scene since her appearance in the 1st edition of the Nigerian Idols were she emerged the 1st runner up.

As a follow up to her sensational1st single under The House One Records. Titled Fix Me, which is still blazing up, she’s back with another Club Hit Banger and video Titled Yekile rayveme/yeikile-by- naomi -mac-1

Justice Gabriel Kolawole of the federal High Court in Abuja today granted former Jigawa state governor, Sule Lamido and his sons, Aminu and Mustapha N75 million bail. Lamido and his sons are standing trial for allegedly embezzling N1.3 billion public funds while he served as Governor of Jigawa state. The trio were remanded in Kano Prison on July 9th and were flown to Abuja yesterday for their bail hearing today. See more photos after the cut…

This Jidenna is a fine man sha (photos)

Photos of Jidenna (who brought in a lot of AK47s when he came to Nigeria to bury his dad) before the fame. He was such a cutie. Not that he’s not fine now, but he was extra fine back in the day. The Nigerian-American 30 year old singer has since dyed his hair, beards and eyebrows red giving him a distinctive look. See what he looks like now after the cut and tell us which look you prefer…

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Awori indigenes storm Tinubu’s residence in protest

August 5, 2015 entertainment industry
Some indigenes of Awori  have stormed the Lagos residence of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to protest the marginalisation of their people in the appointment of public officials.
The protesters said none of the Awori indigenes from their communities had been appointed into public office in the last 16 years despite their support for the Lagos State Government and Tinubu.
The group, on Sunday, urged Tinubu and the APC-led government in the state to address their complaint.
One of the leaders of the Awori, Chief Lateef Balogun, said,

“I am the Ashipa of Agboyi. We have been supporting Asiwaju Tinubu since he was elected as the Lagos State governor on the platform of the defunct Alliance for Democracy. We have always done our best to ensure that his party wins elections in the state, but what we get in return is marginalisation.

“We are here today to complain over the marginalisation of our people in all levels of government. He created the 37 Local Council Development Areas for us in 2002, but the Awori were not given any position in the government. So, we are begging Tinubu to look into the matter.


“We want Awori indigenes to be elected as chairmen of the local council development areas, not outsiders.”

Another leader of the protesters, Chief Bola Onikoro, alleged that the Awori were being cheated, despite the fact they have qualified candidates.
He said,
“We want peace. We, the Awori from Kosofe, Agboyi, Ojota and Isheri, want change. What we want now is that all the local government areas should be headed by our people. Our people are competent to provide quality leadership in any level of government.”
The youth leader for Ojota area of the state, Mr. Adebisi Balogun, said all the prominent positions in the LCDAs were given to non-indigenes hence didn’t think it was fair.
A former Lagos State Head of Service, Mr. Sunny Ajose, who met with the protesters, praised their peaceful conduct and assured them that their grievances would be addressed.
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