Monday, July 6, 2015

Kate Henshaw stuns in new photos...

The actress looked stunning in a colourful Iconic Invanity dress in her first public appearance since the fire at her home - at the premiere of her new TV show, 'Do Good' this evening

Nigeria Police bans street trading/hawking on Abuja roads

Read the press statement from the Force Headquarters below...
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Solomon E. Arase NPM, fdc has mandated State Command Commissioners of Police to strengthen security at all Mosques, Churches and other worship centers across the country. Adequate security has also been ordered for venues where Moslems break-fast in the evenings. Worshipers are advised to be vigilant, and promptly report to the Police any suspicious persons or substance found in or around their environment.
 In a similar development, a ban has been placed on street hawking and all forms of trading on Abuja roads/Highways especially road intersections, traffic light points and traffic hold-ups. In the same vein, unauthorized Taxi Parks and Bus Stops formed around the Federal Secretariat, Abuja is now prohibited. Only bus and taxis painted in authorized commercial colours would be allowed to operate at designated taxi parks and bus stops in and around the Central Area, Abuja. Violators would be apprehended and prosecuted as Police Units have been directed to enforce the relevant laws in this regards

Christina Milian and her boobs step out in LA

The singer and her boobs seen visiting her pop-up culture store in LA yesterday

Photos of 182 Boko Haram suspects freed by Nigerian army today

These are some of the 182 Boko Haram suspects released by Nigerian army today after investigations showed they had no link with the sect. 100 men, 24 women, 40 underage boys and 18 children made up the 182 released suspects. More photos after the cut...

Oh dear! See a banner seen somewhere in Nigeria

See what I spotted on Twitter. Lol. So who's the greedy one? Kim who made $52million in one year? These people are not serious.

Jos bomb blast: Plateau governor calls for return of checkpoints in the state

Plateau state governor, Simon Lalong has called for the return of security checkpoints in the state. The governor made the call while visiting victims of the twin bomb blast that rocked Jos yesterday July 5th.
"Today I have made an appeal to Mr President to allow us go back to our checkpoints. Allow the security to go back. Without security, people can come from all angle to start attacking innocent people" Gov Lalong said
On June 23rd, President Buhari ordered the removal of checkpoints nationwide.

Female suicide bomber kills self in Kano

A female suicide bomber this evening blew herself up after a failed attempt to attack a mosque in Kano. The state Police commissioner confirmed the incident but says the police is yet to ascertain if there were other casualties...

DJ TTB's pre-wedding photos

 DJ TTB will be getting married this Saturday July, 11 to his model fiancee Gwen Nebedum. Here are some of their pre-wedding pictures...

National Enquirer releases 'death' pics of Bobbi Kristina (see them)

National Enquirer claim they got photos from the night Bobbi Kristina was found face down in her bathtub but out of respect for the family, they won't publish the original photos but instead stage it with an actress based on the photos they have. See more after the cut...

And they used someone who looks like Nick Gordon...

Celebrating the amazon of Justice, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin

"I will not marry until there is Democracy in Nigeria", was one of her famous camaraderie anthems during struggles against military juntas in Nigeria. Even, that watchword was even a compromise after other pro-democracy activists persuaded her to settle for a secular life like every other regular being. Otherwise, she would be a nun, as she had vowed! 

Born on July 4, 1966, Dr. Joe Obiajulu Okei-Odumakin has led a non-personal life. It was following a rigorous debate at a state-of-the-nation meeting of activists, that Dr. Joe agreed, eventually, to marry. 

That debate was won by Comrades in favor of Mr. Yinka Odumakin, anchoring their persuasion on the obvious arrival of the Democracy in Nigeria, which she had insisted on. How they met, with her hubby was even child of serendipity -they met in same prison custody after being arrested from different locations but fighting same cause. Their proper meeting was to later occasion at their collision on account of Nigeria's most symbolic legal luminary and rights activist, Chief Gani Oyesola Fawehinmi, who was the significant rallying point for various pro-democracy movements and activists across Nigeria. 

Dr. Joe groomed in the Campaign for Democracy (CD) led by Dr. Beko Ransom Kuti, when the heat was at roof, resisting Military reign in Nigeria. Because her best moments were always during protest rallies, she preferred the toughest of activist roles, especially those roles men are careful to steer clear from. This was what made her volunteer to personally paste "IBB-Must-Go" bills inside Military barracks. 

It was in the course of this that she was caught by soldiers at one of the barracks. That sorry-story can best be imagined. It was indeed her first baptism in activism. But her undying passion for a better society soon saw her becoming a "prison veteran", as she stubbornly returned to the streets to protest against Military rule in Nigeria. By when Democracy would be achieved in Nigeria, she had been detained for about seventeen times, already. She was also shot on her leg during one of the protest marches she co-led against Military repression of Nigerian citizens.

Africa's first Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka having "shared tear gas" with her on occasions of protest, discerned her passion for struggle-to-justice. In commending her consistency and tireless spirit, Prof. Soyinka introduced her subsequently as follows:
 “...a tireless fighter whose frail bearing  bellies an inner strength and resilience purpose, a veteran of affirmative marches, of crude arrests and detentions, baton charges and tear gas who has  lent lustre to the struggle for justice and human dignity, who remain an inspiration of men and women, old and young.”
But even following the achievement of Democracy in Nigeria, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin has continued to fight for oppressed people in the society. Her forte is undeniably in lending voices to voiceless women and children in the Society -a trajectory that has blown her beyond her imagined scope of a Nigerian society. World over, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin has been recognized for her role in leading people to finding their own voices.
It was during presentation of the prestigious "International Woman of Courage Award" at the Department of States, Washington DC, that the United States Secretary of States, Senator John Kerry acknowledged Dr. Joe's resilience and purpose of a life, one lived for significantly for others.
It is Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin's birthday, and I am inviting you on this occasion to connect and share with her, the deserved love and encouragement for a life that should be model for every female, within and beyond Nigeria.
Let's continue to overwhelm her with love on Social Media. Her direct handle; 
Twitter: "@DrJoeOdumakin"
Instagram: @Drjoeodumakin
Facebook: Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin
Personally, I Say "congratulobia" on your birthday.
Segun O'Law,
Media Titan.
Twitter: @segun_olawoye.