What we do with dogs, monkeys, dolls – Commercial drivers

An ancient traditional practice of sacrificing live dogs on the altar of Ogun, the god of Iron, by commercial drivers in search of protection is still being practiced today, mainly by truck and commercial bus drivers. CHIJIOKE IREMEKA reports A very experienced driver, who has been a commercial transport driver for over 30 years, Mr. Akinrede Ephraim, who is in his early 60s, said that the practice of deliberately killing dogs with a vehicle for protection against accidents does not work for him. Rather, he believes strongly in drivers praying…

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Just let Godwin Obaseki be

Edo people escaped the invading and importuning clutches of severe misrule and diabolic maladministration by the whiskers when the spirits of the ancestors and the provisions of the law booted out the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) to usher in good governance under Comrade Adams Oshiomhole. PDP had been in power for 10 excruciating years and had bled the soul of the heartbeat state dry, looted the exchequer, and done enough damage to undo the exemplary works of the late Dr Samuel Osaigbovo Ogbemudia. Again, the desire for good governance and…

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Man handcuffs wife to generator overnight

The police in Ogun State have arrested a 37-year-old man, Ifeanyi Ajaero, for allegedly chaining his wife to a generating set. The suspect was said to have used a handcuff to chain Obiageli, 28, to the generator till day break after he seriously battered her. The incident, according to the Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, happened at Ewooluwo Sagamu in Sagamu Local Government Area of the state. Oyeyemi, in a statement issued in Abeokuta yesterday, described the suspect as a member of the “already disbanded” Merchant Navy. He said…

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The world’s richest clubs owners in 2017

Steve Ballmer, worth $30 billion: Steve is the world’s richest sports team owner for the third straight year. He bought the Los Angeles Clippers in 2014 for $2 billion in the wake of the Donald Sterling scandal, which rocked the NBA when racially charged comments made by Sterling were made public. The Clippers purchase was 10% of Ballmer’s fortune at the time and many pegged it as an over-pay for a basketball junkie who wanted into the exclusive NBA owners club. Ballmer’s timing was perfect as the league inked a…

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Sam Adeyemi celebrates wife at 50

To say city man of God, senior pastor of flourishing worship center, Daystar Christian Centre, Pastor Sam Adeyemi, is excited by his calling, will amount to stating the obvious; as it can only take one who is passionate about what he does to be so vast in it. Adeyemi’s knowledge in the word of God can only attest to his excitement about his calling. Meanwhile, the 50th birthday of his beautiful wife, Pastor Nike, has revealed how excited the lanky leadership teacher is about his wife, as well as how…

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I’m going hubby shopping (36)

James was furious. He charged towards Alice and suddenly pulled back. He snarled at her, “Who did you call a prostitute? Kiki?” Then, his face transformed from anger to something Alice couldn’t just make out. “Gawd, I love that woman! If she agreed to marry me, I would have kicked you out of the house long ago,” he said. Alice stared at him, mouth agape. “Oh, you’re in love with your brother’s wife? Are they aware? If you had married her, she would still have gone to a real man…

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Peter Elumelu steps out

Former Managing Director of United Bank of Africa, UBA, who is the chairman of Heirs Holding, Tony Elumelu, without doubt is the most popular of Elumelu siblings in Elumelu family from Delta State. In actual fact, the rest of Tony’s siblings are equally doing very well in their various endeavours. Tony’s elder brother, Peter, a successful businessman, is the Chairman and CEO of Pet Jibson. Unlike his younger brother, the business man cum politician is rarely sighted at public places and some may have taken that as being less influential.…

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