Friday, 24 October 2014

Lady Gaga Acquires $23million Mega-Mansion in Malibu


Lady Gaga Acquires New Mansion
Lady Gaga is now the new owner of a $23 million mega-mansion in Malibu and the home features a massive 800-bottle wine cellar, home theater, saltwater swimming pool and a subterranean "batcave."
According to E!online, the expansive home also features five bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, a glass breezeway, gym and an outdoor bocce ball court. Set over six acres of oceanfront land, the property seems like the perfect beach retreat for the 28-year-old singer.
The hit-maker reportedly bought over the building from Dan Romanelli, founder of Warner Bros.' consumer products division.
Romanelli bought the property in 2000 for just $2 million, and built the house six years later. The interiors feature open-plan living and dining spaces, exposed beams and French doors. 

Photospeak: Former Minister of State, Industry, Trade, and Investment Hon. Samuel Ortom Buys His Governorship Form

Former Minister of State, Industry, Trade, and Investment picked his governorship nomination forms at Wadata Plaza in Abuja yesterday. 

More Picss after cut.....

Nicki Minaj and Fiance Safaree Call It Quits After 14 Years

nicki minaj safaree

Rumor has it, Nicki Minaj and her longtime boyfriend  and rumored fiancĂ© Safaree are over! Damn!~  They were such a a perfect fit.
According to TMZ, Safaree was jealous of Nicki’s success, thus causing a hostile environment between the former couple. Safaree, who was also Nicki’s hype man, bailed on one of her shows leaving her scrambling at the last-minute for a backup. When she allegedly confronted him about it, he became very upset.
Safaree also covered the tattoos he had of Nicki’s name and face on his chest – a sure sign of the ending.
Meanwhile, Nicki is gearing up for the release of her third album “The Pinkprint,” set to hit shelves on November 24, 2014.

The Kardashian Klan Matriarch Kris Jenner Has a New Man and He is A Young Black Hunk


59 year old Kris Jenner went on a romantic candlelit dinner date with a hunky mystery young black man at Casa Vega in Sherman Oaks, LA last week. 

According to Radar Online who took the pic from inside the restaurant,  Kris looked smitten. 

A fellow diner told Radar Online...
"Kris was playing with his bracelet, acting very flirtatious, she kept laughing. 'They were holding hands, it was clear that they were on a date.'
The Kardashian matriarch, who recently filed for divorce from husband of 22 years, Bruce Jenner, was spotted last week sneaking out of the back door of Craigs Restaurant in LA with the same mystery younger good looking black dude.  She has learned quickly from her daughters. 

New York Doctor Test Positive to Ebola



A US doctor based in New York who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea has become the first person in the city to test positive for Ebola. 33 year old Dr. Craig Allen Spencer (pictured above) had been working with Doctors Without Borders in Guinea, and returned to NYC on October 17th. He tested positive to the virus the Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan New York yesterday October 23rd.

He and three other people he had contact with in recent days, including his girlfriend have been placed in isolation at the Bellevue hospital. He's officially the 4th person to test positive on American soil.

Thursday, 23 October 2014

President Jonathan Reshuffles Cabinet, Six Ministries Get Supervising Ministers


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President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday appointed the Minister of State I for Foreign Affairs, Mrs. Viola Onwuliri, as the substantive Minister of State for Education.
She takes over from Nyesom Wike, who resigned to contest governorship election in Rivers State.
Addressing State House correspondents at the end of Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting, presided over by President Jonathan, the Minister of State II for Foreign Affairs, Nurudeen Mohammed, who now supervises the Ministry of Information, said the President approved the changes following the resignation of seven ministers from the cabinet.
According to him, the Minister of Defence, Lt.-Gen. Aliyu Gusau, will act as the Minister of State for Defence.
Dr. Khaliru Alhassan, who is the Minister of State for Health, is to take over the Health Ministry.
The Minister of Industry Trade and Investments, Dr. Olusegun Aganga, will oversee the portfolio of the Minister of State in the ministry.
The Minister of Special Duties, Kabiru Turaki, is to supervise the Ministry of Labour while Niger Delta Affairs Minister, Dr Steven Oru, will oversee the portfolio of the Ministry of State of the ministry.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Amiable Banker & Fmr. BIRS Boss Joins APC, Race For Zone A Senate Against His Fmr Boss Suswam


The amiable former Chairman Benue Internal Revenue Service (BIRS) and former banker, Mr. Andrew Ayabam yesterday became a card carrying member of APC. According to our sources, he was registered at Mbaagir council ward of Ushongo Local Government where he hails from. 

The former BIRS boss was accompanied by the former commissioner for Justice and Attorney General of the state, Bar. Joe Abaagu, where he intimated his kinsmen on his decision to offer his selfless service to the people of zone A and Nigeria, by joining the Zone A senate race.

Mr. Andrew Ayabam popularly known as Andy is well known by the people of Benue State for his impeccable performance while he served as the Chairman Benue Internal Revenue Service (BIRS).
He is known to have transformed the BIRS and created thousands of jobs for the youths through his outstanding job creation ideas. 

The Zone A senate he is vying for is also been contested by the soon to be former Governor Gabriel Suswam, who was his former boss and Chief Barnabas Gemade, who is the present Senator representing Zone A. 

He however dismissed the allegations that his decision to run is an attempt to challenge the state governor whom they enjoyed a warm relationship.

This is yet another interesting turn in the Benue zone A senate race. 


Tuesday, 21 October 2014

The World's Most Expensive Loaf Made with Champagne and 23-carat Gold Cost a Whooping Sum Of


Robert Didier made the show-stopping loaf at his Orchard Pigs bakery in Wrexham, North Wales
The world's most expensive loaf and is made with champagne and 23-carat gold. More Pics after the cut.......

Not your average loaf: The royal bloomer is made with champagne and 23-carat gold

At a whopping £75 (15,821 Naira) the royal bloomer has been made by Robert Didier at his Orchard Pigs bakery in Wrexham, North Wales.

Robert uses only the finest ingredients in his luxurious recipe replacing some of the water used in traditional sourdough breads with champagne.

We only make these loaves once a month and they are reserved for special occasions.

'It's gained a lot of interest and we're even shipped one over to New York for an event over there - its having to go special delivery.'
The royal bloomer was unveiled at the Hamper Llangollen food festival in the Dee Valley, North Wales, over the weekend. 

Culled: DailymailUK

Minda PDP Elders Forum Shortlists Minister And Three Others As Governorship Aspirants To Battle For PDP Ticket

Minda Elders Forum Candidates

Honorable Minister of State, Industry, Trade and Investment, Samuel Ortom, has been selected with three others, from a plethora of aspirants seeking the same office, in a pruning exercise conducted by Minda PDP Elders Forum.

The outcome of the pruning exercise was announced in Makurdi, according to a statement on Sunday.

Hon. Ortom and Terhemen Tarzoor had several months ago made a similar list in an exercise conducted by royal fathers under the aegis of the Tiv Area Traditional Council.

Chairman of the forum and former House of Representatives member, Cletus Upaa, announced at a meeting with 16 governorship aspirants and 70 elders from the axis at the Makurdi residence of Senator Fred Orti that Ortom was selected from Guma, former Speaker, Benue state House of Assembly, Terhemen Tarzoor from Makurdi, Felix Atume, Gwer West and Alex Adum, Gwer.
He stated that the four have been advised to purchase governorship nomination forms and undergo the requisite screening by the party after which the forum would dialogue further to arrive at one aspirant to feature in the primary.

We still do not know which criteria they used to arrive at this result. "Azaan tsa anengen"

Photo of The Day: Oscar Pistorius Crying a Reeva of Tears After He was Sentenced to 5Years in Jail for Killing His Girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp


Oscar has been shading a Reeva of tears after been convicted for culpable homicide. Oscar shot his girl friend Reeva Steenkamp whom according to him,  he mistook for an intruder. He was today sentenced to 5 years in prison. 

Breaking News: Oscar PISTORius Found Guilty Of Culpable Homicide and Sentenced - Details Inside

Oscar Pistorius arrives in court this morning.
Oscar Pistorius arrives in court this morning. 

At exactly 9: 34am today South African athlete Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to jailed for five years for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Judge Thokozile Masipa, issuing the ruling in court in Pretoria, also gave Pistorius a three-year suspended sentence for a firearms charge. Pistorius has been taken to the cells.
The prosecution had called for a minimum 10-year sentence; the defence for community service and house arrest.
Pistorius was convicted of culpable homicide but cleared of murder.
Masipa said there must be a balance between retribution, deterrence and rehabilitation and also that she was sure prisons were equipped to cater for the requirements of a special needs inmate.
Details of the sentencing will be updated later......


June Steenkamp and Barry Steenkamp, the parents of Reeva Steenkamp, arriving this morning.
June Steenkamp and Barry Steenkamp, the parents of Reeva Steenkamp, arriving this morning
Photograph Credit: Herman Verwey/Pool/EPA

The New And Improved Missy Elliot: Check her Before and After Pictures Inside

Thanks to a lifestyle change prompted by her six-year battle with an autoimmune disorder, the 43-year-old rapper Missy Elliot looked slim, trim and nearly unrecognizable this weekend as she attended and performed at Alexander Wang’s H&M launch in New York City.

Having already lost 70 pounds in 2002, Missy says she lost an additional 30 pounds recently, which she credits to eating healthy and Shaun T workout videos. See her before pics below;
The rapper began taking her health seriously after being diagnosed with Graves disease (an illness that causes the thyroid gland to produce too much thyroid hormone) in 2008. Things got so bad at one point that Missy says she couldn’t even hold a pen to write! But since then, she appears to be doing really well.
 
Source : Necole Bitchie.com

Singer Faycol Dies on Child Naming ceremony Day! Sad....


Feyisayo Mojisola Oyetade popularly known as Faycol Abeokuta-based hip-hop star died on Tuesday Oct. 14th in Sagamu while preparing for her 8-day old baby boy's naming ceremony. Feyi collapsed suddenly and died the same day her child's naming ceremony was to hold. 

She was immediately rushed to the Sacred Heart Hospital in Lantoro, Abeokuta where she was pronounced "brought-in-dead". Feyi was then taken to a church for prayers and was reported to have opened her eyes but was in a coma for a while before she finally gave up the ghost. Feyi, who was the only child of her parents, has since been buried at the Sagamu Local government Cemetery. 

Feyisayo married her manager, Abayomi Oyetade in May, 2014 this year May her soul rest in peace. Amen.

See photos from her wedding after the cut...

 
 

Source: LIB

He Attempted Suicide in Jail: Find the Suicide Note Of US Martial Artist and Porn Star War Machine, Awaiting Trial In For beating His Ex-girlfriend Almost to Death


US professional Mixed Martial artist and porn star War Machine, who is in jail awaiting trial for beating his ex-girlfriend, porn star Christy Mack almost to death, wrote a suicide note before trying to hang himself in his Las Vegas cell last week.

Fortunately for him, his suicide was foiled by a corrections officer who was walking by his cell. According to TMZ, the officer saw him sitting on the ground with his feet up on the bunk bed, a piece of linen around his neck which was tied to the leg of the bed and his face was purple. The officer cut the linen, removed it and saved his life. War Machine is currently in a medical isolation cell on suicide watch.

Corrections officers saw a suicide note in War Machine's cell and for some reason, TMZ got a copy of it. In it, he talks about the night he attacked his girlfriend after finding out she'd been unfaithful, and a whole lot of creepy stuff. See the suicide note after the cut...

War Machine is still facing 32 charges - including attempted murder and rape, while he waits behind bars.
 Christy after she was attacked...
 Christy pictured last week...recovering from the brutal attack

Source: TMZ

Monday, 20 October 2014

#EbolaOutBreak: Liberia's President Writes A Heart Moving Letter to the World


Liberia's President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has written a heartfelt letter to the world over the Ebola crisis that hit her country. In the letter which was read over the radio and transmitted worldwide, she likened the Ebola epidermic to the civil war her country faced 11 years ago which killed a lot of Liberians, crumbled their economy and vital institutions.

The president called on the international community to stop all theoretical explanations on the Ebola crisis and act fast to stop the spread of the deadly virus. Find her letter after the cut... 


Dear World
In just over six months, Ebola has managed to bring my country to a standstill. We have lost over 2,000 Liberians. Some are children struck down in the prime of their youth. Some were fathers, mothers, brothers or best friends. Many were brave health workers that risked their lives to save others, or simply offer victims comfort in their final moments.
There is no coincidence Ebola has taken hold in three fragile states – Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea - all battling to overcome the effects of interconnected wars. In Liberia, our civil war ended only eleven years ago. It destroyed our public infrastructure, crushed our economy and led to an exodus of educated professionals. A country that had some 3,000 qualified doctors at the start of the war was dependent by its end on barely three dozen. In the last few years, Liberia was bouncing back. We realized there was a long way to go, but the future was looking bright.
Now Ebola threatens to erase that hard work. Our economy was set to be larger and stronger this year, offering more jobs to Liberians and raising living standards. Ebola is not just a health crisis – across West Africa, a generation of young people risk being lost to an economic catastrophe as harvests are missed, markets are shut and borders are closed.
The virus has been able to spread so rapidly because of the insufficient strength of the emergency, medical and military services that remain under-resourced and without the preparedness to confront such a challenge. This would have been the case whether the confrontation was with Ebola, another infectious disease, or a natural disaster.
But one thing is clear. This is a fight in which the whole world has a stake. This disease respects no borders. The damage it is causing in West Africa, whether in public health, the economy or within communities – is already reverberating throughout the region and across the world.
The international reaction to this crisis was initially inconsistent and lacking in clear direction or urgency. Now finally, the world has woken up. The community of nations has realized they cannot simply pull up the drawbridge and wish this situation away.
This fight requires a commitment from every nation that has the capacity to help – whether that is with emergency funds, medical supplies or clinical expertise.
I have every faith in our resilience as Liberians, and our capacity as global citizens, to face down this disease, beat it and rebuild. History has shown that when a people are at their darkest hour, humanity has an enviable ability to act with bravery, compassion and selflessness for the benefit of those most in need.
From governments to international organisations, financial institutions to NGOs, politicians to ordinary people on the street in any corner of the world, we all have a stake in the battle against Ebola. It is the duty of all of us, as global citizens, to send a message that we will not leave millions of West Africans to fend for themselves against an enemy that they do not know, and against whom they have little defence.
The time for talking or theorizing is over. Only concerted action will save my country, and our neighbours, from experiencing another national tragedy. The words of Henrik Ibsen have never been truer: “A thousand words leave not the same deep impression as does a single deed.
Yours sincerely,
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf