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Saturday, 30 September 2017

Pregnant Khloe Kardashian and beau Tristan Thompson all loved up

 An allegedly pregnant Khloe Kardashianand her beau Tristan Thompson seem very happy.
In a Snapchat clip posted on Saturday, Khloe is seen rubbing her beau Tristan Thompson's belly after he had too much to eat at dinner.

She does show her belly nor does she address whether she is pregnant with his child after several reports she is four months along.




Adorable photo of Tonto Dikeh and Adaeze Yobo's mum

Ex-beauty queen Adaeze Yobo's mum,Abigail Igwe shared this lovely photo with Tonto Dikeh after they met in Abuja.


Engaged to 21 Savage? Amber Rose sparks speculation as she flashes giant diamond ring

 Amber Rose has always revealed she and boyfriend,21 Savage love to spoil each other silly.So,this may be the latest gesture from him as she flashed a diamond ring on Instagram.Though she didn't add more details, the love emoji says it all.





See this Ghanaian man's birthday shoot which has tongues wagging

 This Ghana based young man decided to celebrate his birthday by stripping and covering his manhood with balloons.






Bobrisky and his ''flawless skin' spotted at an event

I guess this photo is the work of haters or as he claims,photoshopped.👀


Hugh Hefner leaves wife Crystal Harris a $7million pad plus $5million

Despite claims that she would receive nothing from his fortune, Hugh Hefner's widow, Crystal Harris, 31, will keep a stunning home worth $7 million and a $5 million lump sum, it has emerged.

A prenup blocked Harris from receiving a penny of the 91-year-old's $43 million fortune on his death. Instead, it was divided between his four children, the University of Southern California and a list of charities.
But that same prenup in fact promised Harris a substantial package of money, as well as the four-bedroom Hollywood Hills house that Hefner bought her in 2013, TMZ reported.

Hefner bought the 5,900-square-foot home for $4,995,000 and placed the deed in a trust for Harris in 2012, the year before they married.

At his peak, Hefner was worth upwards of $200million, but as the magazine's popularity tanked, he lost millions.
He was worth an estimated $43 million in 2009 - a figure that did not include his Playboy Mansion, which he sold in June for $100 million; half its asking price.

By the time of his death, he held 35 per cent of the Playboy brand and still completely owned the magazine. He had $36million worth of stocks and bonds and $6million in a joint account with an unnamed person.
His monthly earnings from the magazine only totaled $100,000, with the rest coming from his pension.

The rest of his estate has been divided between his children: Marston and now-Penthouse-boss Cooper, who were born to second wife Kimberley Conrad; and Christie and David, whom he had with first wife Mildred Williams.


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‘I no longer believe in soulmates. The kind of romance am looking for doesn’t exist’ – Toke Makinwa


Award-winning Nigerian author and OAP, Toke Makinwa who has been through a lot of messy relationship brawls has revealed that she doesn’t believe in soulmates anymore!


She added that the kind of love she was looking for doesn’tb exist, jokingly said she’ll have to sue the ‘romantic books and movies’ that she read/watched while growing up.





Busty Roman Goddess taunts fans with her massive ‘watermelons’ (Photos)



Roman Goddess wants you to see something!


The endowed Instagram celebrity put her massive boobs on display on Instagram, and fans aren’t getting enough Photos below;






Nigeria’s ‘Rapunzel’ spotted yesterday at a bank in Jos (Photos)


A Nigerian girl with a floor-length braid was spotted today at a bank in Jos, Plateau State.

According to an eyewitness, she caused a slight stir at the bank! All that came rushing to my head was
‘Rapunzel, let down your hair’.




Nigerian lady shows off her massive dildo on Facebook (Photos)




The trending recent craze on Facebook is the #DickChallenge, but while many have refused to participate and with those participating making it a liitle decent, a Nigerian lady has taken hers to another level.


Enderline Chinenye Ambrose shared photos of her massive Dildo on Facebook


Roman Goddess displays major cleavage in new photos

Roman Goddess displays major cleavage in new photos

Roman Goddess, the popular Instagram celebrity known for flaunting curvaceous body on social media, shared some smashing new photos with her cleavage on display. See more photos below..


Roman Goddess displays major cleavage in new photos
Roman Goddess displays major cleavage in new photosRoman Goddess displays major cleavage in new photos

Bobrisky shares before & after photo of himself

Kenny Ogungbe Says P-Square's Fight Is Shameless Publicity Stunt


Veteran broadcaster, Kenny Ogungbe has dismissed the latest brouhaha between Africa’s favourite twins, Psquare Peter and Paul Okoye as a publicity stunt.

You recall Peter and Paul Okoye have been trending all week after Peter announced they were parting ways and a video of the twins fighting each other went viral.

Speaking on his Kennis Music Radio last Wednesday, Kenny Ogungbe popularly known as Baba Keke, said the latest Okoye family feud is nothing but mere publicity stunt.

“I am sure they have a massive show coming up in December and they are using this as a publicity stunt. They have over 100 songs and people who called us on the radio within 15 minutes, requested for about 29 of their songs.

“If you are breaking up after recording about 100 songs, will you break up to record another big song as a solo artiste? At what age? How many songs are they going to release that would be up to what they have released already? At what age do they want to do that when people are interested in listening to songs released by younger artistes?

Quote me anywhere that I said it is a game. In the video that was released online, Paul said it was a shame to Peter. It is a game (laughs). Quote me anywhere that I said that it is a game but if they don’t get back together, good luck to them,” he said.

Nigerian Lady Poses With Her Adult Toy On Facebook, Sparks Heated Reactions (Photos)


The trending recent craze on Facebook is the #DickChallenge, but while many have refused to participate and with those participating making it a liitle decent, a Nigerian lady has taken hers to another level.
Enderline Chinenye Ambrose shared photos of her massive Dildo on Facebook and wrote;




A LADY STUCK IN TRAFFIC WAS PRESSED TO URINATE, SEE WHAT SHE DID (PHOTOS)


There is this interesting viral video on Instagram which shows a hot looking lady in traffic getting out of her car to cleverly urinate. The way she cleverly use he car door as a shield is so funny. She didnt know some guys were videoing her though.

Ladies and gentlemen,can you do this if you are so pressed in traffic?




See the video below;

     

Kidnapper Evans’ Multi-million Truck Yard Uncovered In Lagos, Secretary Arrested


Notorious kidnapper and billionaire, Chukwudumeme Onwumadike popularly known as Evans, may have more properties and assets than initially declared.

A report by Daily Sun indicates that policemen attached to the IGP Intelligence Response Team (IRT) have uncovered a truck yard which he acquired from the proceeds of kidnapping. This is even as police detectives have arrested his secretary, one Ngozika Ezeokoye who went into hiding as soon as
she learnt that police had nabbed her employer.

Evans had confessed to the police that he used the proceeds from kidnapping to establish several businesses including a haulage company that has not less than 10 trucks. He was said to have accessed the financial worth of some of his victims who patronised his haulage company.

He also told the police that four of the most recent trucks acquired were gotten from the N150million ransom paid by one of his victims. Now in police custody, Ngozika claims that she never knew that her boss was into kidnapping.

Her words: “I used to work with a bank till I retired because of the poor condition of work. I got a job with CMT motors in 2015. “Initially, our warehouse was in Apapa till they moved us to 235 Ago Palace way in Okota in 2016. My job was to take note of trucks that go to work, their destination and amount due for each trip. “The company has eleven trucks and all the vehicles original documents in my possession. The name of my boss is George Onwuamadike and every money is paid into Chinwuba multi trade limited. “I was paid N70,000 a month. I only knew about it on TV. I did not run away, I only travelled to visit my Uncle in the village when I received a call that I should bring the documents. I was planning to come to Lagos when the police arrested me.”


PSquare Breakup Aftermath: Paul Okoye Announces New Artiste To His Label (Photo)

 
Another break up, another signed. Just as they did during their past break up, the psquare brothers may both sign new artistes to their labels. First to make it known is Paul Okoye who took to his Instagram page couple of minutes ago to show off a new artiste and caption the photo "I know when I see and hear one. #youngtalent #fresh"

Meanwhile, Munosings whom he signed the last time is still trying to locate his track

Reincarnation Proof: How To Remember Your Past Life The Easiest Way


Today I will be teaching you How To Remember Your Past Life The Easiest Way. So let's get started:

Sometimes our current life makes no sense. Absolutely no sense. You may find yourself facing a similar challenge over and over again and have no idea why it keeps happening.

You may notice that certain people offend you for no logical reason. You may be inexplicably drawn
to a place or a person or family.

The answers to your current life questions may actually be in your past life experiences. Want to find the answers? You may be able to access those past life memories in dreams.

Our dreams contain a wealth of information. There are many types of messages in dreams. Sometimes dreams are prophetic and they provide glimpses into the future.

Many people experience premonitions in their dreams, particularly of future events such as child birth, death, lotto numbers... etc.

But sometimes our dreams aren’t giving us information about the future; they may be giving us some insight into our past. Having past life memories in dreams is more common than you might think.

So how do you know that a dream you’re having is shedding light on a past life? There are a number of signs that you’re having past life memories in dreams.

According to IFA, dream reflects a historical time and place. Have you had a dream where you found yourself in old-fashioned clothing that looked like nothing you would wear in this lifetime?

Maybe you didn’t recognize any of the people in the dream but you noticed that the scenery was clearly that from a previous time or century.

Or perhaps you had a dream of period you’re familiar with in history such as the Colonial period or Biafra war... etc.

Dream reflects an unknown place that feels familiar. It’s always a good idea to pay attention to the way you feel when you’re dreaming.

If you feel that you’re seeing something familiar in your dreams or something that feels like ‘home’ and it’s not something that you recognize in your current life, it could be insights into a past life.

You have a recurring dream about someone you don’t recognize. Recurring dreams are those that you have over and over again are particularly important so you should always pay attention to them.

If you have a recurring dream about someone and you don’t recognize the person chances are there is a strong connection between you and this person. In fact, this person could be you in a past life.

Don’t get hung up on whether the person is a different race, gender or ethnicity from you because we typically have lives from multiple viewpoints so we can learn and experience more.

That’s right; if you’re racist, you probably lived a life as a person with the race that you hate. Or you may be destined to live your next life with that race.

You feel a strong attachment or strong emotion about an unfamiliar experience. If you dream about something that did not happen in your current life, yet you feel a strong attachment to the dream or wake up and know that the dream was important, you may have tapped into some knowledge from a past life.

Emotion is always a sign to pay attention. If you can’t apply the insights you’re receiving to your current life, you may be getting a glimpse of the past.

REINCARNATION IS REAL. Thank you for reading, leave your comments

Source: Babalawos



IPOB: No Evidence Military Killed Anyone In Abia, Python Dance 3 Coming - Col. Musa

  

Colonel Sagir Musa, in this interview with IHUOMA CHIEDOZIE, speaks on issues surrounding Operation Python Dance II, being conducted by the Nigerian Army in the South-East, particularly controversies arising from the army’s clash with the Indigenous People of Biafra.

Many people believe that the military is confused for recanting after it had initially described the Indigenous People of Biafra as a terrorist group. Is the military confused?

Who said so? It must be somebody because the military doesn’t talk. Who made the declaration? I
think it is only reasonable I ask this question. Was it me? Who?

The statement that initially announced the declaration of IPOB as a terrorist organisation came from the Defence Headquarters in Abuja.

Then the question should be directed to Abuja, not to me. In the army, when you have your boss, if he talks, you can’t contradict him. You can’t say he is right or he is wrong. You can’t assess him. So people should understand these things. My answer to this question is: I am not the one who said it, and therefore I am not the right person to answer the question. The question should be directed to the person that made the statement. If it came from the military in Abuja, like you said, then the question should go to the military in Abuja.

But do you think the military recanted because of the pressure it came under for describing IPOB as a terrorist group without following due process?

I think you are still on the first question, which I cannot answer because, as you said, the statement came from the Defence Headquarters in Abuja. I think any question concerning that should be directed to the military in Abuja. I don’t know.

The military occupation of the South-East also came under serious questions with people saying it was totally unnecessary as it was the job of the police to quell civil unrest. What do you think?

Let’s be specific and direct, when we showed our presence in Abia State, the same way we have shown our presence in other states in the southeastern part of Nigeria, namely in Enugu, Anambra, Ebonyi and Imo states, we were not quelling any riot because there was no riot at that time to quell. What we were doing, and we made it sufficiently clear, was an exercise. A Nigerian Army exercise! It is routine, it is normal. We had it last year, and because it is a scheduled annual training exercise, we are having it this year, and next year, by the special grace of the Almighty; we will still conduct the exercise, Egwu Eke III (Python Dance III). Now we are on Egwu Eke II (Python Dance II). So it is not something new.

Was it not mischievous for top military chiefs to have left for the South-East and left the North-East open to attacks by Boko Haram when IPOB had not been known to have killed anyone?


We are committed to security in the northeastern part of Nigeria, but remember also, we are committed in the South-South, South-West, North-Central and North-West. You know very well we will soon start Exercise Crocodile Smile in Bayelsa, Rivers, Ondo, Ogun and the creeks of Lagos as well. It’s not that the military left a place and moved to another place, no. We are always there. And not only here in Nigeria, we have some of our colleagues serving in our sister African countries. So we are not leaving anywhere, it is a scheduled exercise and we have to continue with it. And we are doing it the best way. And as of today, there have been commendations for the military because of the exercise and its obvious benefits.

Are you satisfied with Operation Python Dance, so far?

Well, without being immodest, not only me, even you asking that question, you are satisfied. If you go to the police headquarters in all the states that Python Dance II is taking place, they will tell you that crime rate in the last few days has gone down. Even the Federal Road Safety Corps will tell you that accident statistics have gone down to a reasonable standard in the last few days. And I am telling you that in terms of agility, preparation, physical fitness, alertness and training objectives, I think we are gradually getting there. It is being achieved. So the obvious benefits are there.

But don’t you think it will be considered as cruel knowing that some persons were killed and others injured by the military during the operation?

People were said to have been killed but these are hearsays, these are claims, these are assertions, these are rumours, with no evidence. Can you show me the dead bodies? And can you tell me who is responsible? Certainly you cannot do that. So I think the best option is to go to another question that we can verify.

IPOB, and even residents of Aba and Umuahia, have said people were killed. The media also reported some casualties in the course of the occupation of the two towns.

Do we have IPOB in Nigeria? Do we have the Indigenous People of Biafra in Nigeria today?

The group may have been proscribed but it is insisting that its members were killed by the army. In fact, it said 22 of its members were killed when the army invaded Nnamdi Kanu’s residence in Umuahia.

When whichever group, even outlawed ones, say so-and-so number of persons was killed, another group somewhere else will give you a number more than that or lower than that. But you know, the Nigerian Army, is a respectable, God-fearing and very responsible organisation. For that matter, I don’t think that in the service of our nation, we should descend so low to be exchanging words or taking issues with outlawed groups.

So, are you saying that nobody was killed?

I don’t have any records or any verifiable evidence to tell you or to confirm that yes, the Nigerian Army, during Exercise Egwu Eke 2 (Python Dance 2), killed somebody, not only in Aba or Umuahia. If I had such evidence, I would tell you.

But pictures and videos of casualties were circulated on social media. Are you saying that those pictures and videos are not real?

Circulated where? On the social media? Can you in all certainty accept 100 per cent, without question, what you see trending on the social media? Would you accept it? If you cannot accept it, I, as a security agent, I don’t think I will rely on social media hype, especially when it comes to issues of life or death. It is an unreliable, sourceless, disreputable source of information which I don’t like to accept.

You are saying nobody was killed, but IPOB is calling on the National Assembly, United Nations, US government, Amnesty International and others to investigate the alleged killings. In fact, it has accused the Nigerian Army of war crimes and is asking the National Assembly and the international community to investigate the war crimes that allegedly occurred in the course of Operation Python Dance II.

Let me make it categorically clear. With all sense of responsibility, there was no war crime because, in the first instance, we were not at war. There were no atrocities, as alleged by the outlawed group called IPOB. Remember, the same group has churned out malicious photographs to use for propaganda on social media, and made very irresponsible claims of rights violations, which as of today, have been found to be fallacious. I want you to understand that photographs can be photoshopped and cropped, just to serve a peculiar group’s interest. The same thing was in play when we started this operation, but gradually, the end of the game is proving what it is to us – propaganda or unnecessary claims to slow down our operations. And at the moment, under the present leadership of the army in the division, they cannot succeed and that’s why we are seeing the situation normalising at a great speed, if it is not 100 per cent normal.

Are you saying that the army will welcome a probe into the allegations of killings and rights violations that have trailed Operation Python Dance II?

At my level, I can’t talk about the issue of probe or not, but as a responsible organisation, ours is to do our job to the best of our ability and with respect to fundamental human rights. This has been the training, this has been the warning – this is clearly spelt out in our rules of engagement, and in our code of conduct. Anybody that is found wanting, and if it is established beyond doubt that he has committed an act against his rules of engagement or code of conduct, we have a mechanism through which we deal with such a person.

Some people believe the name Operation Python Dance has a sinister ring to it when Operation Lafiya Dole in the North-East, where Boko Haram has killed thousands of Nigerians, means peace or something like that?

You need to understand the true meaning of Exercise Lafiya Dole. Literally in Hausa, what does that mean? If you knew, you would not have asked me this question. But be that as it may, military operations are given codenames, and codenames are usually decided upon by the strategic leadership of the military anywhere in the world. Thus we have Exercise Desert Storm, Hurricane, several others. In Nigeria, we have Lafiya Dole – Restore Order; Exercise Crocodile Smile; Exercise Awase in Lagos and Ondo creeks. Here in the South-East, the leadership decided that it should be coded Exercise Egwu Eke II (Python Dance II). They are all exercises.

Are you saying the name ‘Python Dance’ has nothing to do with the intention of the exercise in the first place?

I did not say that, don’t make imputations or paraphrase what I said.

I am asking because pythons are very deadly creatures, so does the name suggest an intention on the part of the military to act like pythons in the South-East?

I think I would appreciate it if you look at Exercise Egwu Eke II (Python Dance II) purely as a military exercise without any sinister motive, irrespective of the codename given to it.

Was the military given a mandate to find and arrest Nnamdi Kanu in the course of the exercise?

Like we told you, military exercises, just like Egwu Eke II (Python Dance II), have certain objectives. The objective of this exercise has been made clear. We are purely on a training mission. We made it clear that, though, it is a training period, it can still transmute into real military exercises whenever the need arises. For instance, if our troops are on road block, or they are on patrol, and they encounter armed robbers, or their attention was drawn to the presence of armed robbers, certainly they can act to save lives, with a view to arresting the bandits. If along checkpoints, even if they are training at the checkpoint itself, they see somebody in the booth of a car, yelling or wailing, asking for help, signifying that he has been kidnapped, certainly, they will intercept. They can even use force, to a reasonable extent, towards saving the life of such a person. That is why I said although, it is a training period, it can transmute into real time operation.

In that sense, why did the army invade Nnamdi Kanu’s house?

Nnamdi Kanu is not an issue, what is an issue is that any violent organisation that takes laws into its hands, have arms in its possession, to the extent of using them against a legitimate national army, it follows that such kind of group needs to be defeated.

But IPOB insists that it is non-violent and don’t have arms.

But you know, I know, and Nigerians know that they have arms, and that they are violent. Otherwise, on many occasions, when they went on the rampage, they set vehicles ablaze. We saw it in Aba and if not for the presence of soldiers, terrible damage could have been done in addition to what we saw. There was an attempt by the same group to set ablaze Ariaria International Market in the town. Security forces – army, police and other security agencies, prevented that from happening. Again, few years back, there was an attempt by the group to block Asaba-Onitsha Bridge despite the strategic importance of that bridge, in terms of business, movement and others. It was rescued by the Nigerian Army in conjunction with other security agencies. I am bringing these cases up to buttress my point that contrary to the claim that they are non-violent, these assertions are enough to prove that they are violent.

IPOB had on several occasions alleged that the Federal Government infiltrated its ranks or employed some people, who were instructed to engage in violent acts in the group’s name, in order to give the group a bad name. What do you have to say about that?

I don’t know, and therefore I cannot comment on it.

When does the military plan to commence Operation Crocodile Smile II in the South-South and parts of South-West? The planned operation has already been condemned by many. What justification do you have for this?

I am not in a position to speak on Exercise Crocodile Smile.

Many people believe the mandate given to the military is to crush any dissenting voice in the South-East and that the military has been a pawn in a tribal war being executed by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government. What do you think?

When military exercises are being mixed with political issues, people like me cannot comment on such issues.

Are the military authorities provoked when IPOB and other pro-Biafra groups like the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra make statements that suggest that they are ready to face the army if any confrontation arises? For example, when the Federal Government asked the court to revoke Nnamdi Kanu’s bail, IPOB and MASSOB vowed to resist any attempt to re-arrest Kanu. How does the army view such statements?

Don’t you think they are contradicting themselves if you consider such statements and their insistence that they are non-violent and not armed?

I think there is contradiction in that claim because no group can withstand a national army if its members are not equally armed. But the question you asked should be directed at the Federal Government. My mandate is Exercise Egwu Eke II (Python Dance II) and it is within this issue that I can comment.

A pro-Biafra group, the Biafra National Guard, is led by a civilian who goes by the rank of ‘General’. Also, some of the militant groups in the Niger Delta are led by individuals who ascribe the title ‘General’ to themselves. As a professional soldier, how do you feel about such developments?

Well, I feel such assumptions are not good. It is abnormal. It is not just abnormal; it is like somebody taking a title he does not merit. That alone is actionable in law. That is my opinion.

So when is the military withdrawing or pulling out finally from the South-East?

Pull out?

I am talking about Operation Python Dance.

If you say pull out, it is a big matter. We are not pulling out. But if you ask: when is the exercise officially ending, I will say it started on September 15 and it will end on October 14. But remember that even before the exercise, we had Operation Mesa, you (would see us at) check points, you (would) see roadblocks. When there is need to do so, we do engage in show of force. Show of force should not be misconstrued to mean intimidating or harassing; rather, it is just to show you that we are there. If you are a criminal, you should watch out. If you want to fight the state, if it is force you are going to use, we are telling you that you cannot win in the theatre of force. That is the essence of show of force. Not to intimidate, not to harass, but to show you that we are capable and so you should watch out.

Source: Punch

Cameroon Pastor Caught Having Group Sex With 2 Married Women; They're Paraded Unclad

 
A pastor was allegedly caught red-handed having a thre*some with 2 married members of his church in Cameroon. Below is a footage obtained by PoliticsNGR showing the three lovers being beaten and smeared with mud by a mob, shortly before their arrest.
Watch the video HERE