Friday, 28 September 2012

Kidnapped 9 months old Toniloba found


Toniloba Obafemi, the 9 nine months old baby that was kidnapped on Sunday, September 23, 2012 by a church member at RCCG Parish, in Abuja lastweek has been found in good health. thanx to GOD..

Toniloba and his kidnapper, Comfort Amos, were found in Benin after maximum investigations and tracking by family and friends with help from the police. Comfort's accomplice (both had jointly asked for well over N10million for the child) was caught in Auchi, Edo State and he led the police to Comfort who was with the child in Benin. 

Photos: The 70 years Old Twin Prostitutes Who Have Slept With Over 300,000 Men In 50 Years


Just two women alone have slept with such a huge number of random persons. On the average, that means they have both slept with 20 men/day over the last 50 years! Isn’t that a record? That is the story of Identical twins Louise and Martine Fokkens, who shot to fame earlier this year as stars of a documentary charting their 50 year careers as prostitutes in Amsterdam.
Identical Twins Louise & Martine Fokkens Have Worked As Prostitutes In Amsterdam For Fifty Years
Now the 70-year-old Dutch sisters are celebrating their retirement with a tell-all book about their lives and the industry, and today they admitted to This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that they have entertained 355,000 men between them.
Louise revealed that her bad arthritis meant that she had retired from prostitution two years ago causing the telly hosts to exclaim: ‘No wonder you have arthritis. You must have very flexible hips!’
The Fokken Twins Started Working As Prostitutes In The 1960s
Louise, who became a prostitute aged twenty after a brief spell making lampshades explained how she got in to the business:
‘We didn’t have enough money. ‘My husband’s friends said it was the best way to make money so we decided to find out. I was 20/21 the first time. At first it was a problem for our mother and father but later we all lived normally with it.’
Martine, a mother-of-three who still works as a prostitute two to three times a week said:
‘My family told me about my sister while I was in the hospital having my first baby. I didn’t believe it but we talked about it and I loved her, that’s life.’
Martine then started working at the brothel as a cleaner but two years later decided to join her sister as a prostitute after so many clients mistook her for her identical twin.
Louise, who has four children and nine grandchildren said: ‘I helped her with the first client: told her what she had to do, what she shouldn’t do.’
Unsurprisingly the women are familiar faces around the red light district, and over their five decades working in the sex industry freed themselves from the control of their pimps, ran their own brothel, and set up the first informal trade union for prostitutes.
But out of curiosity, who patronizes a 70 years old prostitute? Certainly not in this climes! And you can imagine, it is the other twin who got introduced to the business that is still ‘enjoying’ it – na wa ooooooooooo

Source : Daily Mail

The Police Command in Kano State on Thursday announced the discovery of a bomb factory at Hawan Hotoro Area in Kano metropolis.

The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Ibrahim Idris, who confirmed this while briefing newsmen in Kano, said two suspected owners of the factory were arrested during the operation.
Idris told newsmen that assorted bomb manufacturing materials were also discovered during the operation.

He said the factory, which had been cordoned off by mobile policemen, would be demolished.
The commissioner said three vehicles were also found and taken to the police headquarters, Bompai, Kano.

Idris said other items discovered were 100 detonators, the main primer for the construction of Improvised Explosive Device (IED), concentrated salt, used to mix with ammonium nitrate.

Others included: T and T, a high calbre military chemical for bomb making; battery chargers, laptop computers, finished IEDs, four AK 47 rifles and eight fully loaded magazines.

Idris commended members of the public for providing useful information to the police and assured the people that the command would intensify raid on flash points until total peace was restored in the state. 


Citi FM’s chairman wins international award


The Chairman and lead shareholder of Citi FM, Nick Amarteifio has been awarded the Africa American Institute (AAI) 2012 Distinguished Alumnus Award.Nick Amarteifio was awarded on Wednesday at the AAI’s 28th annual awards dinner gala held in New York, USA.
The awards celebrates key individuals who have championed and created jobs for Africa’s future as well as made major contributions to private sector development and women’s entrepreneurship and economic empowerment in Africa.Liberia and Malawi’s Presidents were also honored at the awards.
President of Malawi, Joyce Banda was awarded the AAI Award for championing women’s rights and business leadership while Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia received the AAI African National Achievement Award for literacy to support life skills.
Nick Amarteifio’s award only comes two weeks after Citi FM’s News and Current Affairs program Eyewitness News was adjudged Best Radio Programme of the Year for 2011 by the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana.Citi FM during the same period was also adjudged the most innovative African newsroom in the use of digital media including online, social and mobile media in its news programs at the 16th Telkom Highway Africa Awards 2012.
One of the station’s journalists; Umaru Sanda Amadu this week also received an international award for promoting peace on the African continent. He was awarded the 1st Prize in the Jury’s Special Award for the 2012 Radio for Peace building Africa (RFPA) Competition..

Source : Citifmonline

“There is a possibility I might join Chocolate City” – Waje


It looks like Cholocate City might grab their second female artiste soon and she’s no rookie too.
For months, the rumours of the gifted singer Waje joining powerhouse record label Chocolate City has been circulating and while the label has refused to confirm or dispel the news, Waje has opened up on what is really going on.
‘We are trying to see how we can work together. They have been a very strong part of my career since ‘One Naira’ in the sense that they’ve really helped me in many ways. There is a possibility‘, Waje told Channels TV presenter Victoria Idowu in an interview.
Waje was fully introduced to the Chocolate City camp after collaborating with rapper M.I on his 2010 hit ‘One Naira’ off his ‘MI2‘ album.
‘It’s all about getting the right deal, this things do matter at the end of the day. Both Waje and Choc City need to know it’s worth it’, an inside source in Waje’s camp tells NET.
Chocolate City have signed two artistes this year – Port Harcourt rapper Pryse and gospel singer Nosa. They now carry a robust roaster of seven artistes – the others being M.I, Jesse Jagz, Brymo, Ice Prince along with an official Disc Jockey – DJ Caise.

Source: The NET

Iyanya gets himself N12m Range Rover Sports [PHOTOS]


Iyanya Mbuk, is certainly reaping the benefits of his hit singles, ‘Kukere’ and ‘Your waist’.
The good looking singer, has taken delivery of a brand new Range Rover jeep, that is reportedly valued at N12 million.
This comes a few weeks after the Cross River-born Iyanya, moved into the Lekki area of Lagos. The Kukere Master just returned from the UK, where he performed at the Wembley Arena.#bigboythings#congrats dear