Saturday, 25 June 2016

Video! Mistress Crushes Boyfriend’s Wife With Car

A jealous wife who has laid ambush for a woman she’s suspecting to be dating her husband has had her legs crushed with a car. According to the images of a video going viral at the moment, the jealous wife is seen running after the car of the suspected mistress and eventually smashed the windshield of the car.

Irked over the audacious attitude, the alleged mistress who must have been very angry engaged a reverse gear throttling until she hit and ran the woman over crushing her right leg in the process. This is definitely a piece of advice for other hot tempered house wife, she won’t just be reeling in pains, but has been made an invalid giving the husband she was protecting a full chance to follow whoever he wants.  Here's the video


Thursday, 23 June 2016

Ben Bruce Tears AMCON On Assets Seizure, Says, ‘’Tough Time Don’t Last’’

At a critical time when people are thinking the Distinguished Senator representing one of the constituencies in Bayelsa State of Nigeria, Sen. Ben Bruce will be in low mood, the boisterous media guru has come out bold to face the Assets Management Company of Nigeria (AMNCON) for clamping down on his assets over a whopping N11b debt.

According to a response monitored from his twitter handle, the politician seems to be unperturbed as he said, ‘’tough time don’t last but tough people do, we shall sort it out and settle whatever it is’’, he said.

The business activities of the politician’s Silverbird Group which consists of Silverbird TV, Rhythm FM, Silverbird Cinemas and also the organizers of the annual Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria Beauty Pageant as well as the Mr. Nigeria Contest has been put on hold by AMCON over un-serviced N11b debt.

The Assets Management Company of Nigeria (AMNCON), yesterday took over all assets owned by the distinguished Senator-led Silverbird Group over an Eleven  billion naira debt.
A check on Silverbird TV, Channel 252 on Dstv confirmed that the station has gone of air.  As at the time of filing this report, no official statement has been made by the management of the Silverbird Group.

Individual and private shops and businesses operating inside the Silverbird Galleria on Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos were also affected by this development as police officers have barricaded the premises. MTN, Barcelos, Airtel, are some of the tenants in the said complex.
A senior staff of Silverbird Group who pleaded anonymity informed us that Senator Ben Bruce is already talking with his lawyers with a view to upturning the seal-off through the courts.

Charles Nwokoye

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Ex-Minister, Jumoke Akinjide Runs For Cover Over N650 Fraud

One of the ministers of the immediate past president, Goodluck Jonathan, Oloye Jumoke Akinjide is said to have taken to her heels over some of her fraudulent dealings that might possibly inform her being a guest of the anti-graft commission-EFCC.

When Goodluck Jonathan was president, certain men and women robbed Nigeria silly. They were like oars in every man’s boat. Like crooked thieves with hearts of steel, they had their fingers in every pie. The roll call of these characters seem endless and as the incumbent administration’s anti-corruption fight intensifies, Nigeria stands to witness more shocking disclosures. The news doing the rounds is that, former Minister of State, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Oloye Jumoke Akinjide, is currently on the run.

The latter allegedly took to her heels after she was implicated in a N650 million fraud involving the Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), and one Senator Ayo Ademola Adeseun. According to a highly placed source in the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Akinjide and cohorts fraudulently received the sum of N650 million which they converted to their personal use and the use of others.

The money was allegedly routed through a new generation commercial bank and disbursed to some politicians for the purpose of ‘facilitating’ former president, Goodluck Jonathan’s victory at the March 28, 2016 presidential election. But soon after the EFCC commenced investigation into the fraud, Akinjide reportedly took to her heels.

The former minister got jittery when the anti-graft agency obtained an interim order from the Lagos State Magistrate Court, Ikeja District, to remand one of the culprits, Yinka Taiwo, in its custody for the next 30 days. The detention order will enable operatives of the Commission progress with investigations and prevent any interference in the alleged illegal disbursement of monies running into billions of Naira belonging to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Source: SaharaReporters