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U.S Rapper, Mystikal Charged With First Degree Rape


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The Shreveport Police Department has charged U.S rapper, Mystikal, with rape for an incident that allegedly happened happened on Oct. 22 of last year in a downtown Shreveport casino.

The rape charge against the rapper in his home state of Louisiana, came after investigators collected evidence at the scene matching Mystikal and 26-year-old Averweone Holman. Holman was arrested in Killeen, Texas on Friday (Aug. 18) by U.S. Marshalls.

Also, 42-year-old Tenichia Wafford of Harker Heights, Texas was also said to be a suspect, as she reportedly tried to persuade the victim to retract her story. She faces a charge of accessory after the fact to first-degree rape. Her bond is set at $200,000.

Mystikal and Holman have both been charged with one count of first degree rape. Their bond has been set at $2 million. This of course is not the first time the former No Limit rapper has faced these type of charges. Mystikal spent six years in prison for sexual battery before being released in 2010 and signing to Cash Money Records the following year.

Former Governor Of Taraba State, Danbaba Suntai’s Laid To Rest [Photos]


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Taraba State’s former Governor, Danbaba Suntai, whose body arrived Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja from the United States on Friday August 18, has been laid to rest at Jalingo, the State’s capital.

Here are more photos from his burial below;

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Danbaba Suntai

Mum-Of-Two Spent £10,000 On A Boob Job And Lip Fillers In A Bid To Become The First Human ‘Sex Doll’


A MUM-OF-TWO has spent £10,000 (N4Million) transforming herself into a human “SEX DOLL”.

Cindy Moore has spent a year having a boob job, hair extensions and having her lips pumped three times a month to fulfil her dream of looking like a walking, talking inflatable doll.

She even splashed out on a car number plate that spells the word “doll”, and says she loves the “fake look” she has achieved.

But she says men can’t stop staring at her “big boobs” after she went under the knife to boost her cup size from an A to an double F.

She said: “I try not to go out clubbing too much because I get lots of stares and wolf whistles.

“I think some of it is because my boobs are so big.

“I get a lot of attention from men so I think I could be going on dates every night if I wanted to.

“But sometimes it’s like people don’t realise I’m actually a person and not really a sex doll.”

But the mum from Salford, Great Manchester, says her extreme makeover is not finished yet.

Cindy said: “I want another boob job and probably a tummy tuck. I’m lucky because of my skin I don’t really need Botox.

“I used to be around a size A, but now my boobs are double F’s.

“I’ve still got a long way to go. I’m trying to lose more weight and look even more like a sex doll.

“I’ve just always liked it when I saw the look on other people. I think it makes me look beautiful.”

Cindy has been bleaching her long locks and wearing dramatic, glamorous make up, since aged 19.

But she decided to take her sex doll look to the next level when she discovered her fiancé – the father of her two children – was having an affair.

She had gained seven stone following the birth of daughter Lacey, six, and son Max, eight, but the break up inspired her to transform her look.

The sassy single mum went on a strict diet and trained seven days a week to lose five stone and drop from a size 24 to a size 12.

She then had a £7,000 boob job and plumps up her lips three times a month with painful filler injections, costing £250 each.

She explained: “When I first met my ex I was 19 and I had started looking like I do now, but definitely not as extreme.

“But after we had two kids I ballooned by about seven stone and kind of gave up on it.

“When we split last year I looked at myself in the mirror and just thought ‘this needs to go’, so I trained hard and cut the carbs and lost it really rapidly.

“I’ve always liked the bimbo blow-up doll look, ever since I was younger so I just started taking it to the next level.

“Since I split up with him I’ve felt good about myself overall because I had my boobs done and lost a lot of weight.”

Cindy says that she knew that the sex-doll look was right for her after watching herself on Channel 5’s reality TV show 100% Hotter, which was filmed in December 2016 and aired in February this year.

The TV show takes men and women with extreme looks and tones them down to a more natural style.

But instead of accepting the toned down look, Cindy decided to get more extreme.

She shed another two stone and starting regular lip filler every ten days.

She said: “When I did the show, I already had on the bimbo doll look, but was no where near as extreme as I am now.

“I think the point of the TV show was to show me that I looked better with a natural look, but it just had the opposite effect really.

“All I could think was: ‘I’ve got a long way to go’.

“I had my lips pumped and I just started getting more and more followers online.

“I spent a lot of money, it’s £10,000 easily.

“Apart from my boobs it’s all gone on hair extensions and my lips too.

“I get them pumped three times a month to keep them looking blown up.

“It’s a full time job looking like this.”

Her family are fully behind Cindy’s look, and her mother has encouraged her to follow her dreams and make money out of it.

She now sells raunchy photos of herself to her 100 online followers who pay her £25 a month.

Last month, a patient on Botched revealed he could not longer close his mouth after pumping his lips with filler to look like a doll.

Another revealed she had 13 operations in a year in a bid to look like Ivanka Trump.

‘Shameless Wife Beater’- Trolls Slam Ayiri Emami’s Brother Bamo Emami On Recent Photo


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Nigerians are not yet done with Ayiri Emami’s brother, Bamo Emami who was caught recently beating his wife in a video shared on social media.

Bamo who sat for pizza, sharing a photo that came with captions; “Prayer is the master key to my God, “Thank you Lord,who can I put my trust in if not you.I have been forsaken to hunger,but you know best.I put my trust in man even as you’ve warned me.My realisation is total faith in you”, was accused of beating his his wife before her mother and sister.

Here are screenshots;

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Ayiri Emami's brother

Governor Ortom’s aide assassinated in Makurdi


Gunmen ON Sunday broke into the residence of the Principal Special Assistant on Knowledge Economy and Investments to Benue State Governor, Dr Tavershima Adyorororough, and killed him.

According to sources, the unknown gunmen around 12.30am on Sunday stormed his residence at Nyinma layout in Makurdi, Benue state capital where they shot at the man and his wife.

The deceased and family were said to have retired to bed when the assailants invaded the house and shot him dead while his wife was rushed to an undisclosed hospital where she is receiving treatment.

The state governor, Samuel Ortom has demanded the arrest and prosecution of the killer of his aide.

In a press statement issued and signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Terver Akase, and made available toPunch on Sunday, Benue government confirmed that Dr Adyororough was shot and killed by gunmen who invaded his residence.

Governor Ortom described the killing as unacceptable and condemnable, requesting security agencies to swing into action immediately so as to arrest those responsible for the dastardly act.

He described the deceased as a competent and dependable aide who delivered on assignments with dedication and honesty.

He sympathized with the immediate family of the deceased, the government and people of the state on the loss and pledges that he would support security agencies in apprehending the culprits.

He urged those with useful information that can lead to the arrest to make same available.

It will be recalled that the Senior Special Assistant to the governor on security matters was gruesomely murdered in 2016 at his residence along Mobile Barracks, Makurdi.

Efforts to get the reaction of police are not successful as Benue command Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Moses Yamu did not pick the call put across to his line.

Read The Inspiring Story Of How A Nigerian Man Returned N150million Wrongly Paid Into His Account In Qatar



Michael Asemota, a Nigerian expatriate in Qatar who had opened an account with a cheque of QR150,200 with an undisclosed commercial bank, where he is the sole signatory of the account, who became a millionaire for several hours after the bank mistakenly deposited more than QR1.5 million ($411,127.99) into his account recently, has revealed why he returned the money.

According to Asemota, after he received an alert showing that a QR1,502,000 had been credited into his account by mistake instead of QR150,200 after he got back home, he went back to the bank and returned the money.

“After opening the account with the bank, I checked my balance to make withdrawals for a supply job and found the huge sum. I was amazed and decided to contact the bank.

I went to see the manager to report the error of QR1,502,000 deposited into my account. After checking for confirmation, the manager gave me a warm handshake in appreciation” he told Qatar Tribune.

On why he alerted the bank about the error, he said;

“I knew the money did not belong to me and shouldn’t be in my account in the first place, so there were no motives and temptations to keep it.”

Nigerian Black Axe Members Tie And Stab Vikings Cult Member In Malaysia [Photos]


Very early on Sunday morning in Cheras, Malaysia, the Nigerian cult war between Black Axe and Vikings that has reportedly lingered for some time now has reportedly claimed one.

According to reports, a Nigerian member of the Vikings cult was tied and stabbed to death by fellow countrymen rivals in Black Axe, early in the morning! Graphic Photos;

Anambra Businessman Disgraced Publicly, Stripped Naked For Allegedly Killing 10-Year-Old Boy



There was pandemonium in  Awka-Etiti area of Anambra state after a businessman simply identified as Ebuka, was humiliated and disgraced after being accused of killing a 9-year old boy. According to reports, the boy was said to have stolen biscuits from the accused shop in the company of his younger brother.

This story is still sketch but according to a report by Eyewitness.ng, trouble began when his skin and that of his brother began to rot. The parents made some attempts to inquire the root of the problem and it was gathered that accused was alleged to have a hand in it.

According to reports, the dealer who dedicated his shop to some deities in Ukpor in Anambra State was demanding for the sum of N15m. N475,000 was paid (according to an eyewitness) and all attempts to save the life of the lad proved abortive as he gave up before the parents, Ebuka and the deity within the week.

Photos From The Introduction Ceremony Of Yomi Casual And His Fiancé


AY’s younger brother, Yomi Casual who engaged his long time girlfriend, Grace, at Funnybone’s ‘Untamed’ event which was held recently, held his introduction ceremony today.

Here are photos from the event below;

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Yomi Casual

“Horoscope Destroyed My Relationship With Gifty” -Mr. 2Kay


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‘Who no like better thing’ crooner, Mr. 2Kay, who once claimed he was in a relationship with ex-Big Brother Naija Housemate, Gifty, has blamed his failed relationship with the reality TV Show star on horoscope.

In an exclusive chat with Channels TV, Mr. 2Kay who revealed his high regard for astrology and advised that adequate knowledge of a potential partner’s zodiac sign and its attributes should be acquired before the beginning of a serious relationship, further said he now have a cordial relationship devoid of romance with Gifty.

“I and gifty are cool but we are not dating, we are better in our different zones. Some loves are better not in relationship but friendship, we are not an item.”

“Zodiac signs are very important for us to know, if your zodiac signs don’t really match then it doesn’t really match because some people are not matched, they are just wasting their time with each other, ” he said.

Tunde Bakare tells his love, proposal and fatherhood story in new interview

The Serving Overseer of The Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, shares his fatherhood story with MOTUNRAYO JOEL.

Can you recall your most memorable experience as a father?
The first day I held my first child in my hands after she was delivered; I will never forget. That was the first time I was holding my biological child in my hands – that is an unforgettable moment. That experience happened to me five times and each one remains a delight. There is nothing like being able to look in the eyes of a little child and see that you are holding in your hands a letter you are writing and sending to a future you may not see. Because, whether we like it or not, wherever these children go, they carry not just our DNA in them, but also our name. It requires also the responsibility not to derail them. These children look up to us (parents) as their hero because we are the first world they are encountering. This is why the greatest gift a father can give his daughter or his son is to love their mother.
What unique things did you do as a father?
If you mention changing diapers, I recall that I did that several times with joy. I remember that for my first daughter, my lower lip was her greatest pacifier. She refused to take the natural pacifier. But once I offered her my lip, she would lick and suck it. Up till today, she calls me her pacifier, but not my lip though. She is married. She only used my lip as pacifier when she was under one year.
How would you say fatherhood has changed you?
I think I grew into it, I learnt on the job. My father died when I was two plus but my mother poured herself into me. I was single-handedly raised by a widow and I was an only son between my father and mother. I learnt what it means to be a father and mother at the same time. Fatherhood is an awesome responsibility. Today, I joke with my children, I say a father is a banker produced by nature. He is a permanent automated teller machine, but I’m looking forward to them taking care of me in my old age, not now though. Honestly, there is nothing like a home where both parents know their duties, responsibilities and obligations towards their children. Children raised in a stable environment hardly mix with wrong crowd or become victims of peer pressure.
What would you have loved to do differently?
My first daughter told me a secret. She said when she was much younger, whenever I was about to say goodbye to her before embarking on a trip, she would pretend as if she was asleep. She kept wondering

why I had to embark on international ministry –related trips all the time then. She felt I was always travelling. She held it against me for a while until a time came when they (she and her siblings) were in America and Britain for their education and they saw how bills were being paid promptly. I had stored up and set aside enough resources for them over the years. They then realised that it was hard work I was doing for their future. But back to your question, if I had my way, I would reduce my trips, which I’ve done considerably now and stay more with my family because one must never succeed in ministry at the expense of one’s family. I thank God that I realised that early; not losing one’s family and gaining the whole world.
Some African fathers prefer the boy child to the girl child. What is your view on this?
My wife would answer that question. I wanted all my five children to be girls. I see how female children take care of their father. When my wife was pregnant with our first child, I told her the Lord revealed to me we would have five children. God answered my prayer twice and answered her prayer thrice. She won. She has three boys and I have two girls.
You mean you wanted all your children to be female?
Yes, to be honest with you, I did.
Are you the type of father that influences his children’s career choices?
I didn’t influence their careers; I created an enabling environment for them. I never dictated to them what to study. We (my wife and I) ensured that we created an enabling environment, gave them the exposure they needed, took them to the best schools within and outside the country. Based on their patterns, they each chose the course they wanted to study.
My first daughter is a pan Africanist; she attended Emory University where she studied political science. She also attended the School of Oriental and African Studies, she majored in African history. She wants to be a lecturer and professor.  My second daughter is an interior architect; she has a master’s degree in interior architecture. My first son is a communications director, while my second son is an information technology guru, he also studied in London. My last child who just graduated studied political studies.
Are any of your children following in your footsteps in ministry?

My first son is the media director for the Latter Rain Assembly. He is one of the people responsible for all we do in the media.
Would you have loved your children to be pastors?
They will all serve God in different ways; we don’t all have to be pastors. No one compelled me to do what I’m doing, God called me.  I won’t force them into it.
How do you balance being a father, pastor and political figure?
God’s grace is sufficient to do everything he has called you to do. I thank God for grace to do all I’m doing. My children know that once I enter the house that is home moment, family moment – a time I don’t joke with. Everything I’ve done in life has involved my children. I have never done anything that they are not part of. They always know the reason for which I do whatever I do. If what I’m doing is not good for my children, I don’t do it.
While your children were growing, were you strict on how you gave them money?
I was extremely conservative; I was raised to have value for money. My children don’t have an entitlement mentality. They know one has to work hard to succeed in life.
Can you remember the lowest money you gave any of them?
I can give you a clear example. My daughter was in final year in secondary school. She did so well in her studies and was excited about her graduation party. She told me she needed a pair of shoes, bag and gown. I asked her how much she would need to purchase the items; I think she said N50,000 or so. I told her she deserved more than that. I told her to come take N100,000. I put it on the table, she took it and said, ‘thank you daddy.’ As she was about to step out, I asked her to return the money. I told her she should wear what she had at home. I explained to her that she had nice clothes and shoes and that if she started to buy clothes and shoes for every occasion, she would ruin herself in future. Today, that lesson has become an asset to her. My children never spend money anyhow.
How do you discipline your children?
First and foremost, I correct them verbally. If they repeat the same thing a second time, they are

corrected with a rod of correction not a rod of vexation. I don’t slap them. My wife has two canes by her bed side called rods of correction – a long and short one. When a child misbehaves, he or she will say how many strokes of cane he or she should receive. After the child is flogged, he or she says thank you sir and ma. I have never slapped my children. The Bible talks about rod of correction.
How tough was the task of raising children?
I am grateful to two women who made the task easy, my wife who turned her back on her banking career to stay with our kids and the second person is my mother. She ensured her values were communicated to them. God helped us. It is a miracle to raise a proper child because of peer pressure. A child you do not train properly will sell the houses you are building. Fatherhood is an awesome responsibility. If you can’t raise a child; don’t bring them into the world. And the responsibility of training children shouldn’t be passed to mothers. Fathers should train their children.  The role a father plays in the life of a child is different from a mother’s role. I’m pained when I see homes without fathers.
Do you help your wife with house chores?
We have cooks and stewards to assist. But when we were much younger, I used to assist her with chores. I got into the bathroom one day and saw that she had soaked her underwear waiting for me to finish having my bath. Before she got into the bathroom, I washed everything for her. If she can help me with mine, why shouldn’t I help with hers?
How do you spoil her?                     
After I proposed to my wife, another man was also interested in her. One day, I went to her house on foot while the other man drove to her house in a Mercedes Benz, but she still chose me. On one of my trips to Germany, I bought her a Mercedes Benz. I personalised the number plate for her and presented it to her. I told her I appreciated her accepting me when I had no car.
You have been married for a long time. What is the secret of a successful marriage?
To be honest with you, I have not been married for a long time. Our marriage is only 33 years, it is short. I married my wife when I was 30. I told her I would be with her for 60 years and then leave the planet and tell her to continue (smiles). But the secret to having a successful marriage is mutual respect, trustful give and take and understanding of each other’s needs. Marriage is not man’s idea. It is God’s idea.

The moment Buhari’s aide broke down in tears as President returned


President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Assistant on New Media, Bashir Ahmad, claimed that he became emotional, after seeing how Nigerians received his boss who has been away since May 7.

Buhari returned to the country on Saturday, after spending over 100 days in the UK, for further medical check-ups.

He was welcomed by a large entourage at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja and greeted by thousands of citizens as he drove to the Aso Villa.
“On his way to the Presidential Villa, President Buhari stops to greet thousands of his supporters who are here since morning to welcome him.
“The crowd is massive, I mean very very massive, Baba Buhari is genuinely loved. People love Baba & Baba loves his people. I’m just in tears,” Bashir tweeted.

Pathetic story of 7-year-old boy…went suddenly blind at 2, deserted by mother, now paralysed


For five years now, despair has become a constant companion for Abdul-Jabbar Abdulrazak, a primary two pupil of Islamiyah Pilot Science Primary School, Bauchi Road, Jos, Plateau State, who slept one night and woke up blind in the morning.

The minor was said to have been struck by a strange illness suspected to be occasioned by demonic attack about 1.00 am on the ill-fated day during his sleep, barely two years after his birth in 2012.

Efforts by his poor parents to find medical help took them from one clinic to another, before they were advised to visit the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), where he was diagnosed of a disease called eclampsia.
After spending six months in the hospital, he was discharged, but without regaining his sight. Later, he started suffering feats of convulsion, during which his mouth foamed with the eyeballs popping out of the sockets especially at night. However, his distraught parents forged ahead in their search for a solution, this time, seeking help at the doorsteps of traditional doctors and spiritualists. Yet, they returned home disappointed after each attempt.
Rather than relief, the boy’s condition worsened daily, with his parents increasingly becoming frustrated after exhausting their meager financial resources in the elusive search for cure. Soon, his mother, Halima, who was nursing a six-month-old baby slid into an emotional wreck, becoming dejected and angry at the slightest provocation.
Unable to bear the agony and trauma she had been subjected to as a result of Abdul-Jabbar’s condition, she woke up one day, packed her belongings and moved out of her matrimonial home, abandoning the child to his fate, and his father. That was in 2014, but reports indicated that she has remarried.
Sources said the hapless boy was left alone at home whenever his father, Abdulrazak, went out in search of menial jobs to put food on the table, prompting Khadija, his aged paternal grandmother, to relocate him to her home at Angwan-Rogo, a suburb in Jos North Local Government Area of the state.
Despite his health challenges, she enrolled him at Islamiya Pilot Primary School, Bauchi Road, Jos, in 2015, where he is currently a primary two pupil in a class for the visually handicapped.
But as if constantly trailed by misfortune, Abdul-Jabbar was hit by another strange disease in April, this year, which paralyzed his arms and legs. On that day, he suffered a severe bout of convulsion, which eventually affected his arms and legs.
After being rushed to a General Hospital at Toro, Bauchi State, where he was treated, he was said to have got some relief, which however, was short-lived; his grandmother’s hope of seeing him regain the use of his arms and legs, crashed like a pack of cards.
Undeterred, the woman who is engaged in commercial grinding of grains with hired machine to earn a living, took him to two eye centres, Arab Eye Clinic, Bauchi, and Arab Optical Clinic, Kano, with a view to at least, restore his sight; sadly, that effort also ended in vain.
Since then, life has been a nightmare for Abdul-Jabbar, now aged seven, even as he invests hope in God. Though resolute in his quest for education, his greatest worry is how to get to school; more so, as Kabiru and Dahiru, his schoolmates, who usually assisted in carrying him to school on their backs, graduated last month.
“My friends who usually carried me to school on their back have completed their studies in my school; they are going to JSS 1 in another school. How I will go to school in September when we will resume from the current vacation has been my biggest problem,” he remarked recently in Hausa at the Crest Hotel Jos, during an event where the President of the Rotary Club of Naraguta-Jos, Theresa Oritsemajemite Eyetan, presented a wheelchair to him, alongside seven of his classmates.
That gesture, he says, has lifted his spirit and given him a flicker of hope, and he did not mince words in expressing his joy. “Rotary Club has given me a wheelchair to ease my movement; the challenge now is that my hands are weak and not strong enough to push the wheel of the chair, but I am grateful because I can get someone to push me to my destination. I hope to walk and regain my sight someday, as I was not born with my present condition,” he said

My struggle with endometriosis – MBGN Queen, Unoaku Anyadike

Miss Unoaku Anyadike is an unusual queen. She goes down in the history of Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) pageant as the only queen who reigned for two years. All other queens reigned for a year.

However, every good thing must one day come to an end. On September 15, 2017, Anyadike will step aside and a new queen would be crowned during the 30th anniversary of MBGN taking place at Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
In this chat with Entertainer, Anyadike opens up on her reign, struggle with Endometriosis and what she will miss most being MBGN Queen. Enjoy it. 
You have a velvety and glowing skin, what is the secret?
Wow! Thanks. I guess I drink a lot of water. I also make sure I have adequate sleep and eat right. And besides, God blessed me with good skin. And for me eating right simply means eating when you are supposed to eat. I do lots of fruits, vegetables, water, less carbs and stuffs like that. 
When you look back at the last two years, what would you say are the high points of your Queenship?
I have many fond memories. Going for the international pageants, Miss World and Miss Universe this year was a mind blowing experience, most especially, Miss Universe in The Philippines. I must confess they were both memorable experiences that will linger for a long time and I will never trade them for anything. I wouldn’t have had these experiences but for MBGN. MBGN gave me the platform to travel far and wide and make my country proud. And also, being able to help people is one experience I have enjoyed greatly. I am talking about the less privileged among us, and of course, my pet project, which was endometriosis. Creating awareness for the condition was quite fulfilling for me. 
Why did you make endometriosis your pet project?
At some point, I thought I actually had endometriosis and it was tough for me. I had some experiences and it became a cause very dear to my heart, so I decided to create awareness about it, because a lot of people do not know about it. 
How has the MBGN platform impacted you in the last two years?
It has opened a lot of doors for me. I have met and rubbed shoulders with a lot of important people and world leaders, and not just in Nigeria but also across the world. I would always cherish those moments. I learnt that life is about meeting people, traveling, networking and building bridges so that we could have good and lasting relationships with people. 
What were your happiest moments?
I have had a lot of them but I can’t point to one and say ‘yes, this is my happiest’. I have had a beautiful two-year reign as MBGN. I got two years instead of a year, so I guess God loves me. I was privileged. 
What were your saddest moments?
That would take me a long time to work out. Maybe now that I am about to handover to another queen, as my reign finally comes to an end, I might feel sad because I will be missing the platform. However, I have not really had any saddest moment as such. Silverbird (Group) has been good to me, taking care of me in every way they can, and they are still doing that, and I am sure that is not going to end even after I hand over. For now, it is a grill of mixed emotions and I can’t wait to crown the new queen. 
Are you sure you won’t break down in tears on September 15 when you crown the new queen?
(Laughter) No I won’t. It is going to be emotional because I have been queen for two years. Two years seemed like forever. MBGN happens to be on September 15 and my birthday is on September 16, so I’ll hand over on the eve of my birthday. It’s a great way to start a new year. 
What beautiful memories are you taking with you?
The relationships I have built over time with the Silverbird Group, the girls I met at Miss World and Miss Universe, and every other person I met internationally. I am still in touch with a lot of the girls I met including Miss India and Miss USA among others. So, life is all about making lasting relationships with different people and that is one thing I won’t trade for anything. 
Beyond MBGN, what is the next level for you?
Wow! That has already started, and it is work, work and more work. That includes facing my career, building and training myself and trying to become a better person and focusing on things I hope to achieve with my life as an individual. MBGN was just something I said ‘let me try and see how it goes’ and it was mind blowing. It was not like I had been planning to be a queen forever. MBGN just came along and I gave it a shot and I was lucky enough to win. So now that it is winding up, life will still continue. I had to finish school, do NYSC, which I have completed, and now I work with the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS); and I am looking to have my own school and do my own show among a lot of other things. 
What happens to your pet project on Endometriosis?
It would still go on. Endometriosis has no cure, so it is all about creating awareness. Endometriosis has an awareness month; so we will still create awareness, hold walks in Abuja and in every state of the federation. I partner Nordica Fertility Centre and whenever they have events, they call me as endometriosis ambassador. It is not really tasking, so I will continue to do it alongside some other projects I have. 
You are pretty. Tell us about the man in your life.
I would rather not talk about that in the newspapers. My love life is personal and not for public consumption. 
You have worn the crown for two years and now you are stepping aside. What advice do you have for the next queen?
I will advise every young girl who wants to go for MBGN, and whoever wins MBGN to just be herself. Be yourself; don’t try to be me or any other person. Don’t try to be any other person that went before you. Yes, these people can be your role models, but please be yourself and enjoy the moment. Be cool and don’t get carried away by what happens in our society nowadays. Just maintain your values. 
What has changed about you?
I have learnt to be a bit more patient and a bit more understanding. Before being queen, you were relating with people but you can’t compare it to you being queen of a big country like Nigeria, and everybody is looking up to you, to see the next move you make or your next mistake or that good thing you do. So, that is the difference. I have learnt to be more understanding and careful of things I say and do, because people like to misinterpret things. What you mean may not necessarily be what will be interpreted, so you have to be careful of what you say and things you do. You are relating with people and everybody is not going to be how you want them to be, so you need to be smart, you need to know how to work with people, because if you can work with people and you can build relationships and be more understanding and patient, you will go far. 
What are your dreams?
My dream is to become a renowned psychologist. I am still going to do my Master’s degree, have my own school and crèche, not just in Lagos but also all over Nigeria by God’s grace. I also want to be a serial entrepreneur. 
You won’t talk about your relationship but could you give us a description of your ideal man?
My ideal man, first of all, has to be God fearing. Everybody could say that is a cliché but it is really important. I have to be attracted to him though, its part of it. And you have to be a hard and smart worker. I don’t like lazy men; you have to be on your feet. You have to be loving and caring as well. I don’t care about height. He could be short or tall and I don’t care about age, but he must be attractive. However, what matters for me is what is inside. 
That means you can date an ugly man?
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. What is ugly to you may be handsome to me. I don’t think there is anything like dating an ugly man. He might be ugly to you but he is handsome to me. It is basically beauty from the inside; that is the most important thing. If your inside is as beautiful and amazing, what is on the outside is of no consequence, so it is your inside that matters. 
How do you feel when you read negative reports about you?
I have learnt to develop a thick skin. I am thankful for my family who has been my backbone and my fiends too who have been very supportive. So, you see negative things and you just laugh it off, because if people are not talking about you, then you are nobody; you are not relevant. You see negative reports and you just laugh and move on with your life.Image result for Unoaku Anyadike

Real Reasons Ooni Of Ife & Olori Wuraola’s Marriage Crashed— Olori’s Friends


Despite efforts by the couple, who issued different press statements from their respective offices, to deny any cracks in their 17-month-old union, it’s crystal clear that things have fallen apart and the centre cannot hold between the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi and Olori Wuraola.

As at the time of filing this report, both are living separately. Olori, who has moved down to Lagos,seeks succour from close family members, while the Ooni is in Ile-IfeOlori Wuraola Kemiashefonlovehaven can authoritatively state that Olori Wuraola who has been sent packing from her matrimonial home has gone to retrieve her belongings from the palace which is now being controlled by the Ooni’s sisters—Folashade, Adesola and Adebimpe. Recall that the sisters have successfully gotten a wife, who is named Bolanle for the king.

L-R Adebimpe Adesola(middle) and FolashadeThe royal sisters are alleged to have been married to men who are personal aides to the king. Adesola and Adebimpe are divorced. In fact, Adebimpe’s estranged ex husband remains a personal aide to the king. Only Folashade, the first daughter, is currently married and her husband, Jide Fadairo, manages one of the king’s companies in Lagos.
Meanwhile, with many allegations levelled against Olori Wuraola, her friends are worried that she has decided to keep quiet on some earth-shaking facts that would clean up her battered image.
“If the king proposed to her 24 hours after they met and told her that Ifa (the oracle) had revealed to him that she was his wife, why did he send her away? Did Ifa lie over 17 months after the proposal? What is Ifa saying now? That she is no longer his wife?” her friends asked.
Now, her friends have alleged that Oba Ogunwusi, who needed a sizeable financial war chest in his battle to become the Ooni of Ife, was actually targeting Olori Wuraola’s wealth and wide contacts.
Sources disclosed that at that time and even afterwards, he constantly threatened her with charms, claiming he had eaten a live human heart, and had therefore acquired powers both to do and undo. They also alleged that he has a tempestuous character and many times barely stopped short of beating her whenever arguments ensued between them.
Her friends disclosed that one matter that always caused rifts in the marriage was her constant advice that the monarch should clean up his act concerning his business dealings.
“She fell for his charms and thought he was extremely wealthy but when she moved in, she realized it was all a sham!” they (friends) revealed.
Olori Wuraola had reportedly raised the alarm that too many of his business dealings had a lot of question marks hanging over them, and that it was high time he began to live above board so as not to drag the dignified office of the Ooni into disrepute. We gathered from a reliable source close to the couple that this often infuriated the Kabiyesi.
But what about the allegations of infidelity against the queen?
“Nobody should believe that because it’s a general belief that anyone sleeping with the wife of a king would die. How many men linked with her romantically have died? We know where this is coming from and those who have accused the Olori have been sleeping about with men who are not their husbands. These allegations are attempts to rubbish her and tarnish her image.
A source close to the palace stated that childbearing was another issue that caused friction in the marriage. The Ooni kicked out his first wife, Adebisi Adebukola Bombata because they had no child. The couple was married for eight years (2008-2016) and his family believed that he needed to find someone who will bear him children which was how Wuraola came into the picture.

Ooni and former wife, BukkyNow a year, and a few months down the line, Wuraola has still not become pregnant, and many are wondering what or who should be blamed?
Even before their March 12, 2016 wedding, the relationship had been dogged by controversies. Olori Wuraola who was fondly called Sonia was allegedly married to a Lebanese, Elie Khouri, and she dumped him for the Ooni. She was also linked to other wealthy men. Again, her friends reiterated that these stories were just a smear campaign that is very far from the truth.
Additional reports: The Boss