Friday, 13 September 2013
Godwon and Sinzu.
In response to Sinzu‘s Disss, Godwon (in the space of 48 hours) has released a new diss track titled ‘I’ve been waiting for you‘ where he verbally assaults Sinzu, his baby mama and daughter. Pretty below the belt.
I have given up am not writing about this again, this is the height of it why call/bring an innocent child into this though you have an issue with her father. Why? This is the height of immaturity.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended her first red carpet event since becoming a mother. 31-year-old Kate beamed as she accompanied husband William to the Tusk foundation gala dinner at The Royal Society in London. She looks lovely.
Horrified zookeepers were forced to intervene after a female elephant attempted to stamp her calf to death shortly after he was born. The female elephant had stepped on baby Zhuangzhuang almost immediately after giving birth at a Chinese zoo on August 30. But vets initially thought it was an accident. They removed the calf to treat his injuries and returned him to his mother two hours later - but she started to stamp on him again. Keepers drove her off and took the little elephant away
A police detachment in Port Harcourt has prevented the convoy of the Rivers State governor, Rotimi Amaechi from using one of the two entrances to the government house earlier yesterday. The governor's convoy was stopped as it made its way through the Forces road entrance to the governor's lodge by four truck loads of policemen led by several senior officers. An argument ensued between the policemen and the governor's aides as they claimed they were acting on orders from above. The governor later came down to speak with the police officers who promised to extract a reversal of the order from their superiors in Abuja. The governor's convoy had to wait for 45 minutes before finally detouring to take the Azikiwe road entrance to to the government house.
Soldiers attached to the 333 Artillery Regiment in Maiduguri, and serving under the newly established 37 Brigade, have beaten up their Acting Brigade Commander, Colonel O.U. Obono for allegedly slapping one of them, reliable defence sources have told PREMIUM TIMES. Sources, who witnessed the incident but asked not to be named for their own safety, told PREMIUM TIMES the incident occurred on Monday, September 4 at the 333 Battalion parade ground while the soldiers were on night roll call, known as tatoon in military parlance. The sources said the soldiers became angry and attacked the officer after he announced the deployment of the soldiers to various special operations in Borno state shortly after their return from a peacekeeping operation in Mali.“Trouble started when Colonel Obono decided to deploy the Soldiers, and the boys were annoyed because they were supposed to go on ‘disembarkation leave’ for two weeks having just returned from Mali, and they began to show open contempt, the Colonel then slapped one of them and they now became agitated and beat him up,” one of our sources, a defence insider, said.
My attention has been drawn to the press statement issued by the immediate past chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mrs Farida Waziri, in a reaction to statements credited to former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo. While I had tried not to comment on the activities of the EFCC or my successors in office to avoid subjectivism, I however find it expedient to clear my name of careless and mischievous References made by Mrs Waziri. I am therefore writing this with utmost reluctance, public debate having been polluted with deliberate tincture of amnesia, necessitating umpteenth repetition of a simple fact that should have sank once and for all.
The presidency on Thursday evening issued another denial that the government ordered customized gold iPhones from a Dubai-based British company to mark the country’s 53rd independence anniversary next month. The Report was first published on Tuesday by The Independent, a London-based newspaper. In yet another official reaction, presidential spokesman Reuben Abati described the report as not only false and misleading, but utterly mischievous. “It is instructive that despite the refutation of the story by the company, which ought to have laid the mischief to rest, a number of politically-minded news media continue to insist on promoting the blatant falsehood,” the statement said.
They've been living with her mother Kris Jenner for several weeks now. But it seems it may almost be time for new parents Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to move into their very own multi-million dollar Bel Air dream home. The couple, minus their baby daugther North, were seen visiting the $11m abode on Thursday. Kim, 32, looked incredible as she showed off her post-baby body in an all-white outfit of a sheer vest top and tight-fitting jeans for the trip around the property.