Monthly Archives: March 2010


For my ladies in the house, don’t think I mainly focused on issues in Nigeria. No, you’re not off the hook; I’ve got a lot to let you know.

I’ll start with the single girls. Have you been wondering why you cannot find a man, or what’s keeping men away from you. You may think it’s because of how you look, no darlings, these are some of the reasons;

1. Being a drama queen: You are always talking, you always want to have the last word, you’re always picking up a fight, you always want to prove right. Men don’t like that.  Your manners matters a lot to men. They like it when they feel they’re leading. So girls, step a little bit back, and listen. Forgive little things; stop creating troubles over things you should overlook. Be thankful over little things, a guy wants to feel he is appreciated. It doesn’t always have to be you; the world does not revolve only around you. 

2. Always criticizing Men: Like saying they’re all the same, arrogant, cheaters, pigs……attributing negative characteristics to men. Just because you had a bad experience with men in the past doesn’t mean that all of them are the same. There are a lot of good men out there. If you don’t believe that yours is also out there, you never gonna find him. You cannot have anything that you don’t believe in. So if you go around criticizing men, you’re basically saying you don’t believe that there’s any good man out there, and that’s why you are still single.

3. Intolerance: Learn to accept a man’s flaws. Remember he is human, and you are not perfect too. Don’t even try to mold him, you can’t make him! And if you insist you’ll only succeed in pissing him off. Tolerance is vital in a relationship (if you really want one).

4. Very demanding-high-maintenance girl: Do you always want to be taken to the most expensive restaurants in town?, or only want to accept expensive presents from a man?, do you want to be paid attention to every moment?. Believe me; you’ll wear a man out. Men love low-maintenance girls for keeps.

Ask yourself, what can you do for yourself? What can you do for a man? Focus on improving yourself. Be an asset to yourself and eventually to your man.


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5pm was the time and when they came out, they wore long faces and made no comments as was expected, only the minister of information, Dora Akunyili spoke without the company of her esteemed colleagues as is the custom, she simply announced “the acting President, Goodluck Jonathan has dissolved the Federal Executive Council”. The former minister of Labour, Ibrahim Kazaure, when asked about the outcome of the meeting, replied “I used to be the labour Minister” at this point it was clear that the untouchables have been removed, those who supposedly held the grip to our dear country have been put to shame. This is a healthy sign of good things to come I must say.

Exactly 38 days after he was proclaimed acting president by the National Assembly, Goodluck Jonathan yesterday disbanded the federal cabinet. This is coming 22 days after President Yar’Adua returned to the country under the cover of darkness. Last week I had an argument with my boss about Goodluck Jonathan, he said that the man was so weak and that he is taking instruction from the Governors Forum, even when I read my friends blog,( a regular reader rethots poured out his mind on the acting President saying he was been used, I knew from the onset that the man was only testing the ground, I mean its only reasonable to stand on one leg first when you get to a new location, he was only taking his time and within 38 days he has made some strategic changes that I perceive would turn Nigeria around, first it was the sack of the National security adviser, then this followed.

Michael Aondoakaa the newly transferred minister of special duties, who just returned to the country after his leave met with a big sack letter on return. He was attending his first FEC meeting as the special duties minister, I am so sure he was planning to renovate his new office and most likely sack some staff well he saw the big boot of Goodluck, hmm I know Goodluck’s boot would be so big.  this would have been the saddest news Aondoakaa would ever receive, a man above the law, (well I didn’t say that)
A few of the ministers have worked to undermine his authority since he took the mantle, and so they would be made to pay, imagine telling an acting president not to change the cabinet, they believe the country is their compound and they play games with our dear country, nothing works here, only yesterday another 13 people were killed in Jos, the people sponsoring these killings are yet to be brought to book, the most annoying thing is that these killers are so foolish that they collect money to kill innocent women and children. How dumb, well what do you expect from broke people.

There are a few ministers who might not make it back to the cabinet; they include minister of Petroleum, Agriculture and water resources who are all powerful fixtures in the Yar’Adua presidency. Behold the mighty have fallen, they that exalt themselves have been brought down, those who believe they are gods, have been disgraced, I am waiting to see. This is a welcome development in the right direction, things I believe would soon start getting better, if I am to recommend I would say he should recall Nuhu Ribadu, and make him the IG of police, he has a reputation for dealing with corrupt leaders (our major issue) and sanitize Nigeria, then bring back Nasiru El Rufai, to complete what he has started in Abuja and other cities. I believe we are getting there and the best is yet to come, for those who sponsor killing of innocent women and children in Jos, they should know that the end is here. Since the news of sack, there has been high profiled lobbying in Abuja, the seat of power as politicians scramble for a piece of the action, I am so sure sellers of Ghana-must-go bags would make it this period especially those who have their shops near the central bank, or Aso rock, for those of you who are interested in starting a new business, here is a good idea. 

I strongly appeal to the Niger Delta youths (my people) to exercise patience as the government is making plans for their welfare (well I think so).
I believe we should all support the acting president with our prayers and good will to help build a Nigeria of our dream, a Naija we would be proud of.


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The Oscar 2010 was filled with fanfare, Glamour, and glitz, I would love to share a few clips from the event that would make interesting viewing. This year saw a woman go head with her Ex-husband and also won against all odds. Good work Lady.

Kathryn Bigelow steals the show

Bigelows Loot


Cute Charlize Theron

George Clooney with girlfriend

James Cameron playfully strangles his Ex-wife Bigelow....

Couple love

Gabourey Sidibe steps out in style


Lovely Chic


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The remains of Jos

We wake up again with sad news from Nigeria, I have tried so much not to report any negative stuff from my country but the more I let go the more it comes straight at me, well for this I would not pass but just get the arrow straight to the heart. Before now Jos, Plateau state has been a calm city and the only time Jos was mentioned in the news, was only for Tourism or other celebration, but in recent times the city has been the battle front for all those who impatiently want to try out their locally manufactured ammunitions, as at this morning reports reaching us says over 500 people dead, in the crazy battle, and most of the dead are women and children, this is a shame for blacks that we would continue to kill our future over stupid issues. Moslems and Christians, and so what the big deal, we cannot leave in unity as they sleep half awake praying for survival.

What is the Governor doing and why would this become a trend in the once peaceful town, I know this is all strategic to frustrate all those in authority, but I must say that it is about time for the death of all this rubbish, a firm stand need to be taken in this regard, what do we fight for? Oil, power or what, those killing do not in any way value life and they take it at any time at any cost, they are the non entities in our societies, and if in retaliation, those Muslims in the south would become history.

I wish someday all this would pass, today the National security adviser Maj. General Abdul Sarki Mukhtar was sacked and replaced with his predecessor Lt. Gen Aliyu Mohammed Gusau, who was removed in 2006 and contested the PDP primaries in 2007. He has been mandated to take the Jos crises as his personal responsibility. He has a reputation being the NSA during the Obasanjo’s tenure, and he all knew that the peace was relative compared to what is happening now. This move baffled the elites who think the acting President Goodluck Jonathan was scared of tampering with the Exco as the Governors forums audaciously told him not tinker with the Federal Executive. I believe this would bring about a positive change in the volatile regions of Nigeria, the Niger Delta has been relatively calm all this while and I suggest the Muslims and trying hard to drag attention so that the Government would ask them to reconcile in an amnesty deal, but for crying out loud for what are they fighting? Why all this killings and we hope the south doesn’t retaliate with killing of Northerners around. Continue reading


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A police officer came upon a terrible wreck where the driver and passenger had been killed. As he looked upon the wreckage a little monkey came out of the brush and hopped around the crashed car.

The officer looked down at the monkey and said “I wish you could talk.”

The monkey looked up at the officer and shook his head up and down. “You can understand what I’m saying?” asked the officer.

Again, the monkey shook his head up and down. “Well, did you see this?”

“Yes,” motioned the monkey.

“What happened?”

The monkey pretended to have a can in his hand and turned it up by his mouth.

“They were drinking?” asked the officer.

The monkey shakes his head “Yes.”

“What else?” The monkey pinched his fingers together and held them to his mouth.

“They were smoking marijuana?”

The monkey shakes his head “Yes.”

“What else?” The monkey motioned “kissing.”

“They were kissing, too?” asked the astounded officer.

The monkey shakes his head “Yes.”

“Now wait, you’re saying your owners were drinking, smoking and kissing before they wrecked.”

The monkey shakes his head “Yes.”

“What were you doing during all this?”

“Driving,” motioned the monkey.


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MY SON MUST NOT DIE- Yar’Adua’s mother begs Turai to release her son.

Following the refusal of the First Lady, Hajia Turai Yar’Adua, to allow top politicians, including the relatives of the ailing President Umaru Yar’Adua to see her husband, who was secretly brought into the country after spending three months in a Saudi Arabian hospital, the mother of the president, Hajia Dada

Unusual disrespect to lead her husband in the religion they both practice, not to mention President of a nation. Yar’Adua’s mother has called on eminent Nigerians to prevail on Hajia Turai to release her son to her.

Similarly, the president’s mother has vowed to hold her daughter in-law responsible if anything unwholesome happens to her son.

A source close to the family in Katsina disclosed that the president’s mother has started making frantic efforts to meet with former President Olusegun Obasanjo and former military head of state, General Yakubu Gowon, as well as other eminent Nigerians, who were close to President Yar’Adua’s late brother, General Shehu Musa Yar’Adua, to help appeal to the first lady to drop her recalcitrant attitude, and bring home the ailing Nigerian leader.

According to the source, Turai had locked the door of Aso Rock against the president’s mother, thus preventing her from seeing her son. He added that the woman, who had become troubled since her son took ill, had sent emissaries to Ota Farm to meet Chief Obasanjo in order to make him see her plight and prevail on the first lady to change her mind.

The woman, according to the source, revealed that the health status of president Yar’Adua had always been a source of worry to her, noting that the president had been battling with health challenges, as he was afflicted with a certain skin disease at birth, adding that the president’s illness, which has been given much media attention in recent times, could be cured locally.

She said Turai’s hard stance on access to her husband had made things worse, as President Yar’Adua’s health condition had suffered in the process.

The source said that President Yar’Adua’s mother did not want her son disgraced from office, noting that it was better for him to die and be given full presidential honours, than being disgraced out of office.

It will be recalled that the president’s mother, in the wake of the president’s latest sickness, after he was flown to Saudi Arabia, had urged the first lady to leave her son alone and allow him to resign from office on the grounds of his ill health


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ANOTHER QUAKE, Chile rumbles

 The honor of greatest earthquake of all time goes to the 1960 Chile earthquake because scientists were able to ‘catch this one on tape’. In other words, there have been a lot of really big earthquakes throughout human history (and even greater ones before we came on the scene), but this one they were able to measure, record and verify its ground motion strength. The instruments that seismologists use to measure earthquake magnitudes are designed to detect the amount of energy released by the movement of the ground during a quake. In the case of the Chile earthquake, the amount of energy released during the quake, not the number of human deaths and damage to structures earned it the title of greatest. This earthquake was the largest ever instrumentally recorded. It measured a 9.5 on the Moment Magnitude (Mw) scale, but registered only an 8.8 on the Ms Scale.

The world is yet to recover from the devastation of the Haiti earthquake and the poverty the country is going through, most of the surgeons are gradually leaving the ailing citizens while they are gradually running out of aids, but the worst is yet to be heard, as flood and torrential rains has continued to fall in Haiti rendering them homeless even in the middle of their homelessness. The hunger and starvation in Haiti is unthinkable as family struggle for food. Looters and political instability troubles the country as thieves are taking advantage of the lapses to commit crime not to mention the suspected kidnap by 10 Americans who have been released. On Saturday, the world experienced another blow as Chile was ravaged by an 8.8 magnitude earthquake.

 This is the biggest recorded earthquake ever in modern time and has left a death toll of over 700 people and counting, the after effect of the earthquake amongst others are Tsunami, storms and landslide. Giant waves engulfed seaside towns and villages, drowning residents, washing away homes and leaving survivors to stare in disbelief at the seaweed clinging to what was left of their livelihoods. “The wave covered everything — it was something like 6m high,” Carlos Palma said as he tried to salvage belongings in the seaside town of Penco. Data from US experts at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre put the biggest wave at 2.6m, and the devastation in coastal areas was clear. Continue reading


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