10 million reasons to vex
The musician said the N10m his wife demanded from Fatoyinbo as legal fees was nothing as he could make the sum in just one weekend of performing at shows. Dakolo said this in an Instagram video on Tuesday.
He said, “Don’t mind stupid people. As I dey like this, na N10m be my problem? Nigerians please have sense before you comment. Before you tweet, ask questions. It will save you.” To Kemi Olunloyo, he said: “Somebody should please invite Kemi (Olunloyo) to join my life. Do I look like N10m is my problem?”
LOL. Flex on them, Timi! But really, Aunty Kemi is one of the reasons this country should pay close attention to its citizens’ mental health.
Judegement day for a hopeful Atikulator
“We are hopeful of the judgement of the tribunal,” Atiku’s spokesman Paul Ibe said.
“It is not about Atiku or the PDP, it is about you and me, every Nigerian that we are hopeful Atiku will be declared winner.”
LOL. I laugh in 2023. Atiku no wan sabi wetin dey go on. The people wey dey in power don padlock the estate and them no plan to unlock am until dem use the country clean yansh.
Seriuos gbege as scammers go after xenophobia victims
The chairman of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema, has warned Nigerians scheduled for repatriation from South Africa to refrain from paying $1,000 or any amount of money whatsoever for their flight.
The News Agency of Nigeria said Onyema reiterated that the returnees’ flight home was on Air Peace, urging them to guard against unauthorised persons, adding that no returnee should pay for the flight.
“We have not designated or recruited any agent in South Africa to collect money on behalf of Air Peace,” Onyema said. “So, nobody should pay money to anyone or group of persons posing as Air Peace agent or staff. “Any Nigerian who has paid money for repatriation to Nigeria with Air Peace should request for a refund and report to appropriate authorities.”
SMH. Thieves will always be thieves. So na these people wey dey under tension them still wan scam?
Alison-Madueke loses fight to keep expensive jewellery and phone
The Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday ordered the permanent forfeiture of the 2,149 pieces of jewellery and a customised gold iPhone, valued at $40m, recovered from the Abuja home of a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke.
In a ruling on Tuesday, Justice Nicholas Oweibo held that Diezani, through her lawyer, Awa Kalu (SAN), failed to show cause why the items should not be permanently forfeited to the federal government.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had told the judge that the jewellery and iPhone were reasonably suspected to be acquired with fraud proceeds. The anti-graft agency said the items were beyond Diezani’s legitimate earnings.
Chai. So wetin go come happen to all those goodies? We need to know. Or else, we will EFCC the EFCC.
Sharp couple spending someone else’s money
Two people in the US have been charged with theft after spending thousands of dollars their bank mistakenly deposited into their account.
The couple also faces over $100,000 in overdraft fees, having purchased an SUV and other goods, police say. The affidavit says the couple admitted knowing the money was not theirs.
Blood of Nebuchadnezzar! These people get mind o. SUV on top money wey no be your own? I dey sure say if the money plenty pass as e dey, them for don plan to buy the White House.