Thursday, April 16, 2015

E fura ooo!!

Eyi ni lati sofun yin wipe anwa arakunrin kan ti oruko re nje Mukaila,ti o je onisowo eran maalu ni onibuore ni agbegbe iyana church ni ilu Ibadan.

Arakunrin yi ni awon kan pe lati ori ero ilewo re lati bii ojo marun seyin,wipe kowa bawon ra eran maalu,won si gbe si inu motor won,lati ojo naa ao tii foju kan okunrin naa titi di wakaati yi. Mo gba lase ki Eledumare bawa wa okunrin naa ri ooo.Koluwa maa so wa

Oruko Kan fun Arakunrin ?



Happy Ose Ifa - oyeku meji eji oye !!

Please help, any information about the "Olori Ikin"

I am looking for information about the “Olori Ikin” in relationship to regular ikin in Ifa.

Any thoughts…..

All comments are welcomed.


~YeYe OlaOshun

16.04.2015 Ukraine Crisis News. Latest news of Ukraine, DPR, Buzyna, Kalashnikov, Klimkin, UE

14.04.2015 Ukraine Crisis News. War in Ukraine, Kiev, DPR, Bloomberg, Russia

Ex-RT anchor tells Congress how Putin’s media works

There’s been heated competition today on Capitol Hill – who knows more about propaganda machine called Russia Today? Former RT anchor Liz Wahl, Legatum Institute Fellow Peter Pomerantsev and the Heritage Foundation’s Helle C. Dale took part in it.

No facts or examples – just common phrases “Russian propaganda”, “manipulation”, “lies”, Kremlin-funded”. Wahl even said that the Russian media propagates war. Interesting. All of this to apparently attract more funds for the BBG – The Broadcasting Board of Governors or BBG – the organization behind a set of Cold-War-era media projects, funded exclusively by the US government.

“In the Now” with RT’s Senior Political correspondent Anissa Naouai is the first dedicated nightly Primetime show to air live out of our Moscow headquarters. Host Anissa Naouai has worked in the field for almost a decade and has reported from over 80 cities across the globe. Now from Monday to Thursday viewers can enjoy fresh, honest, and hard-hitting news coverage on some of the world’s most pressing issues with one of RT’s most experienced journalists . We’ll put the spotlight on stories you’ll never hear on mainstream networks or even in RT’s daily news bulletins. “In the Now” – 8pm Moscow, 6pm London, 1pm New York.

When you have a fraudulent & faulty federal construct will not & cannot flourish & flower!

“When you have a fraudulent and faulty federal construct, no matter how much you try, no matter how many capable administrators and intellectuals you think you have, no matter how accountable and visionary in leadership you want to be, no matter how willing and wishful you want to build lasting and binding institutions, you will not and cannot flourish and flower in all the aforementioned, because the foundation is corrupt, faulty and not holding the structure properly.

Where you have a faulty, adulterated, shaky and compromised foundation, you will simultaneously and certainly have a warped and very wobbly building on it, no matter how appealing and beautiful the building looks.

The lack of a proper legally constituted federation where every region, every ethnic group and every state has the democratic right and duty to raise its own revenue, manage its own resources, enforce its own laws, has been the provenance and real cause of the bane Nigeria finds herself today, after 55 years!!”

(Philosophy & Politics)

Prince Dayo Fadina.

Do you agree with Prince Dayo Fadina ?

Upcoming Actress feels She’s Got A Bigger backside Than Didi Ekanem in Nollywood (Pics)

These performing artists won’t kill person oh !

So rather than her focusing on her career, she and her kin are occupied with sending in photographs saying she has a greater butt than Didi Ekanem, who is believed to have the greatest backside in Nollywood. Her name is Gloria Pius, she upcoming performer, and trusts her butt is the greatest in Nollywood. Be the judge guys. You can pose as a viable rival both performers after the cut.

Here are photos of Didi Ekanem, the reigning queen below;

Here are photos of Didi Ekanem, the reigning queen below;


Pela Okiemute shares pic of himself & his sister before & after over bleaching

Warning !!! ***Bleaching Your Skin can cause cancer of the Skin***

The blanching cream master posted this photograph on instagram, flaunting the distinction between when they weren’t utilizing his dying creams (left) and after they utilized it (right)

President-elect Buhari, Oby Ezekwesili, Obama make TIME 100 Most Influenctial People

President-elect, Gen Muhammadu Buhari and Former Education pastor and co-convener of Bring Back Our Girls, Oby Ezekwesili, creator Chimamanda Adichie  and Boko haram leader Shhekau also  made few minutes TIME magazine 100 Most Influential People list of 2015.

Others on the list which was released today April 16th include Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Barack Obama, and Apple CEO, Tim Cook. See it here.

Photos: Gov.Shettima receives certificate of return from INEC

Senator Kashim Shettima of Borno state imagined accepting his endorsement of come back from INEC authorities today April 16th.

Representative Shettima was re-chosen for a 2nd term in the last governorship race.

More photographs bellow.

Political Heavyweight: 3 Prominent Poroshenko Critics Killed in Kiev in 3 Days

As the political situation in Ukraine destabilizes, the suspicious killings of prominent opposition supporters continue to transpire.


A prominent Ukrainian journalist, known for his critical views of Poroshenko’s government was shot dead in Kiev on Thursday, in the latest series of suspicious deaths of opposition supporters.

Oles Buzina, 45, a supporter of ex-president Viktor Yanukovych, was shot in the street. Buzina’s body was found on the ground nearing his apartment building close to the city center. The head of Kiev’s police department Alexander Tereschuk said that a TT gun was allegedly used in the crime.According to the neighbors, the journalist was probably shot while jogging. He was found wearing a sports outfit. The 45- year-old was shot by two men in masks who disappeared from the crime scene in a Ford Focus car with either Latvian or Belarusian number plate.

Buzina was a columnist and editor of the daily newspaper Segodnya financed by Rinat Akhmetov, Ukraine’s richest man and a leading sponsor of Yanukovych’s Party of Regions. He was an opposition journalist, writer and TV host, well-known for his criticism of Poroshenko’s goverment.

Earlier in Kiev, the murderers of Donetsk journalist Sergei Sukhobok were arrested on Thursday. The journalist was killed on the 13th April. He was one of the founders of the online media “Obkom” and “ProUA,” also known for his opposition to the current Ukrainian leadership.

Sukhobok was also the author of several hundred articles on socio-political, social, legal and economic issues. His works were published in many publications, particularly in the “Ukrainian Truth”. For a few months in 2014, he worked in Donetsk.Following this wave of brutal killings, Russia’s MFA spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that this is, unfortunately, only the beginning of political purges in Ukraine.

“It is scary because none of the leaders in the EU will take notice that, day after day politicians are being killed in Ukraine. Let’s try and find at least 20 tweets of foreign ministers of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Sweden, the UK, Canada, USA, and Australia, representatives of the OSCE, EU and NATO expressing concern over the killing of Ukrainian politician and condemning the situation in Ukraine.”

Just the evening before, Oleh Kalashnikov, a former Ukrainian MP and a vocal critic of the country’s ruling government was murdered on Wednesday in Kiev. The 52-year-old was shot dead at his residence in Kiev on Wednesday evening.

“West should pay attention to the political killings in Ukraine instead of the rhetoric of sanctions against Russia,” said Konstantin Kosachev, the Head of the Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Former Prime Minister of Ukraine, Mykola Azarov, said he blamed Kiev authorities for the murder of Oleh Kalashnikov.

“Terrible and bitter news came yesterday. Kiev regime has committed yet another shameful crime. Killed a prominent opposition politician Oleh Kalashnikov,” Azarov wrote on his Facebook page, noting that the victim was” a true patriot of Ukraine “honest and a decent man.”

The former Ukrainian Prime Minister appealed to the leaders of the Western countries, “because of your support in Ukraine there are political murders, terror taking place against political opponents, and all the people. What else should these Nazis do, for you to finally understand and be aware of your responsibility for what is happening now in Ukraine?” said Azarov.

Earlier three former lawmakers close to the ousted leader Viktor Yanukovych were found dead in Ukraine in February and March.

First year of the military operation in south-eastern Ukraine

Pics: Lagos governor-elect, Ambode receives Certificate of Return

Lagos state Governor to be, Akinwunmi Ambode, pictured with his wife receiving his certificate of return from INEC officials this afternoon.

More pics bellow

Pics: Tunde Bakare pays Gen. Buhari a visit

Founder of Latter Rain Assembly and previous Vice Presidential competitor of General Buhari in 2011, Pastor Tunder Bakare paid the President-choose a salutary visit in Kaduna today April 16th.

See more photos bellow

Photos: Aliko Dangote's daughter graduates Coventry University!

Congrats to Aliko Dangote’s girl, Mariya Dantata who got a Master’s degree from Coventry University yesterday the 15th of April.


Celebration were gone to by family and companions including Femi Otedola.


Man indicted in US for allegedly smuggling drug bags Senatorial post in Nigeria - AP 

This is an exclusive report by Associated Press and it’s about PDP Chieftain, Buruji Kashamu. Read the report below…

A man indicted in America for allegedly smuggling heroin, in a court case that was the basis for the TV hit “Orange Is The New. Black,” has been elected a senator in Nigeria.  Buruji Kashamu was little known before he returned home in 2003 from Britain despite a U.S. extradition order to become a major financier of President Jonathan’s party.

Election results posted late Wednesday identify Kashamu as a senator-elect in southwest Ogun state. Opponents are challenging his victory in court, saying ballots were rigged.

Kashamu, 56, hung up the phone twice when the AP called for comment about the drug case on Thursday. Kashamu has said he is “a clean businessman” and that the 1998 indictment by a grand jury in the Northern District of Illinois for conspiracy to import and distribute heroin in the United States is a case of mistaken identity. He has said Chicago prosecutors really want the dead brother he closely resembles.

A British court refused a U.S. extradition request in 2003 over uncertainty about Kashamu’s identity. Chicago Judge Richard Posner thought otherwise when he refused a motion to dismiss Kashamu’s case last year.

A dozen people were long ago tried and jailed in the case, including American Piper Kerman, whose memoir about her jail time became the Netflix hit “Orange Is The New Black.” Kerman’s book never identified Kashamu by name, but there is a West African drug kingpin whom she calls “Alhaji,” meaning one who has completed the haj or pilgrimage to Mecca.

A Nigerian federal court last year ordered Kashamu’s extradition, an order upheld by an appeals court. But Nigeria’s government has not extradited him.

That failure caused Olusegun Obasanjo, a former president, to warn that “drug barons … will buy candidates, parties and eventually buy power or be in power themselves.”

Jonathan’s perceived protection of Kashamu was a factor that led Obasanjo to defect from the ruling party before recent elections to the opposition that won most votes in Ogun, the home state of Kashamu and Obasanjo.

Kashamu is suing Obasanjo for libel for stating that Kashamu is a fugitive from U.S. justice. He had won a court order halting publication of Obasanjo’s autobiography but a judge this week rescinded it, saying Kashamu had misled the court. Obasanjo’s lawyer argued that the truth cannot be libel.

President-elect Muhammadu Buhari, a former military dictator who had people jailed for littering in the 1980s, has promised to fight corruption. That has many politicians fearful in a country where corruption is endemic.

White-Washing Terrorism ? B'Haram Terrorist leader makes TIME Most Influential People list

This is not a joke? Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau made TIME magazine 2015 Most Influential People list. You may be surprised and ask  Why is a terrorist in this list?


President elect Buhari really needs to be prepared for this because that as only one meaning. They are about to start white-washing terrorism to use against the president elect if in any case he refuses to dance to their shoes. ( Number on the list is, he already started talking about building nukes to power the country’s dead Electricity).

Below is what TIME wrote about Shekau..

Most Americans do not yet recognize his name, but the citizens of Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, know Abubakar Shekau all too well: he is the most violent killer their country has ever seen. Shekau took over the terrorist organization Boko Haram in 2009 after the group had been weakened by Nigerian government forces. Shekau, who is believed to be in his 30s, began to stage increasingly daring kidnapping and killing raids on schools, churches and mosques thought by Boko Haram to be violating their interpretation of Islam.

The taking of over 200 schoolgirls in April 2014 brought Boko Haram into the international spotlight. By most accounts, Boko Haram has killed more than 10,000 people and is spreading into neighboring countries. Shekau’s latest action may finally summon a U.S. response: he has publicly aligned his group with ISIS, the terrorist group that holds territory in Syria and Iraq and has expanded its reach into Yemen and Libya.

Photos: Multiple accident rock Port Harcourt

Different fender bender happened this nighttime along Transamadi street in Port Harcourt Rivers state.

Listen to new music: J Brown - Road Block + Fire Down (prod by D-Tunes)

Introducing J Brown, a new artiste delivering fast paced sweet indigenous Igbo rap and rhythms with such skill and finnese as the likes of phyno and other indigeneous rap stars. BMH Music is proud to present to you J Brown in Road Block and Fire Go Down…both tracks produced by D Tunes..

President GEJ urges world leaders to support incoming administration

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Thursday in Abuja urged world leaders and international institutions to give their fullest possible support to the incoming Administration of Gen. Muhammadu Buhari.

President Jonathan also called on all Nigerians to do their utmost best to help the incoming President succeed in leading the country to greater heights of accomplishment.

At separate audiences with the new ambassadors of France, Senegal and Ethiopia, President Jonathan appealed for patience, understanding and cooperation from all stakeholders in Nigeria, which, he said, General Buhari will need to move the country forward to greater, peace, security and progress. Responding to the commendation of his exemplary concession of victory in the Presidential elections by the new ambassadors, President Jonathan said that he acted out of his abiding conviction that the unity, well-being and progress of Nigeria must supersede all personal ambitions. “Democracy has to be nurtured to grow.

Strong democratic institutions are the backbone and future of our democracy. They must be protected and nurtured. As for me, as a matter of principle, it is always the nation first. “You need to have a nation before you can have an ambition. It should always be the nation first. You don’t have to scuttle national progress for personal ambition. “Since I assumed duty, I have been involved in quelling political crisis in some African countries and I know what they passed through and what some are still going through.

If you scuttle a system for personal ambition, it becomes a collective tragedy,’’ President Jonathan declared. Speaking with the new French ambassador, Mr. Denis Guaer, President Jonathan urged France to extend the support and assistance it gave to his administration to General Buhari’s government. “President Francois Hollande was our guest in Nigeria during the celebration of Nigeria’s centenary.

He has been very supportive of the country in the fight against terrorism. I expect that the same warmth and goodwill will be extended to the incoming government. I expect that France will continue to work with the new administration, especially on issues of terrorism. “The United Nations has been supportive as well. Our troops, supported by regional forces, have done very well in fighting the terrorists in recent times.

What we need now is support to help our people get back their lives,’’ he said. The ambassadors commended President Jonathan for setting a record of humility, patriotism and courage in safeguarding the democratic process in Nigeria and Africa. “Nigeria is not only an economic power in the world today, but also a great democratic example.

And it is all by your effort, Mr. President. The last elections and your response was truly a great achievement and you will always be remembered for it,” the French ambassador told the President. Mr. Guaer, the new Ambassador of Senegal, Mr. Baboucar Sambe and the new Ambassador of Ethiopia, Samia Zekaria Gutu who were at the Presidential Villa to present their letters of credence to President Jonathan, also assured him that they will do their best to strengthen relations between Nigeria and their countries during their tenure.

 Reuben Abati
Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity)
April 16, 2015

Xenophobia in South Africa: House of Rep member calls for evacuation of Nigerians in SA

The Chairperson of the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, Nnenna Elendu-Ukeje, has called on the Federal government to initiate moves to evacuate Nigerians in South Africa following recent xenophobic attacks.

In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, Ukeje said;  “The Federal Government of Nigeria should rise up to the occasion by having contingency plans to evacuate Nigerians within 24 hours to avoid us losing our citizens to these attacks. It is expedient to think of where all Nigerians can gather within 24 hours for safety either in our embassy or mission for the safety of our citizens,” she said.

Also speaking, chairperson of the House committee on Diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa condemned the attacks and said the House of Representative members will move a motion in its next plenary session to discuss the attacks

See Robert Mugabe's statement on Xenophobia in South Africa

Zimbabwe’s leader couldn’t have said it better. Around 800 Zimbabweans have been dislodged. One dead. The administration is presently wanting to empty its nationals. What is our own particular government doing?

Cynthia Morgan together with her nose ring strike hot poses

The dance hall super star has been rocking this huge ring in her nose for a couple of days now. Would you attempt this?



Pics: Air passengers stranded in various airports in Nigeria

Here are a few travelers at Abuja airplane terminal, sitting tight for flights that won’t be showing up at any time soon after a national airport regulation strike.

The travelers say the planes have been grounded yet nobody is truly letting them know anything, they are simply reporting flight abrogations and postponements. The air terminal power is yet to make an authority declaration about the issue.

Nigeria faces cash crunch - NOI

In a meeting with CNN’s Richard Quest, Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister for the economy, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said this will be a troublesome year for Nigeria monetarily due to the money crunch we are encountering, however said with the monetary resources the current organization has possessed the capacity to manufacture throughout the years, our income will enhance over the long haul.

“Under this administration we began the work of truly diversifying the economy and the proof of that is that much of the growth in this past few years that has come to the country has come not from the oil sector but actually from non-oil sectors like Agriculture, telecommunications, manufacturing, the creative industries. The fact that oil prices fell by 50% makes it very difficult in terms of cash flow but Nigeria is asset rich and that is why when people say the country is broke I say no.

In economic terms, with the kind of assets we have we should be able to realize some of them to improve our cash flow but it is true that this will be a very difficult year because of the cash crunch. However we need to see this drop in oil prices as an opportunity. I gave a talk on Nigeria beyond oil. I really think with the growth of the country based on non-oil sectors, we ought to see the fall in oil prices as an opportunity to further the diversification that has started under this administration” she said

See the Face of the nanny who abducted the Orekoya boys

Here is the face of Mary Akinloye, the nanny who kidnapped the three Orekoya boys. She’s since been arrested