At the Rivers state gala night hosted in honor of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo some days ago, comedian Klint da Drunk who performed at the event, gave Osinbajo his hard earned N5000. He quickly reminded the Vice President that in the bible, it is said that when you give, you will receive back, pressed down, shaken together and running over.

Osinbajo in his very smart and hilarious response said ...

"Everything has been going well until Klint da Drunk gave me an expensive N5000. I have kept it close to his excellency, the governor, in case he asks for it back because he can say that I was drunk when I gave you the money. I must remind him that the scripture that he referred to which suggest that if you give you will be given more, is when you give to God and not to an Ijebu man"he said

Watch the video below.


OAP Freeze has replied Kiibati Bankole, host of Merrybet Celebrity Fans Challenge, after she finally spoke about his alleged debt claims.

He shared the above text message conversation and wrote;

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How come you were still begging me, less than two weeks to the event, to bear with you as you will pay N500k, which you never did, and you never called or texted me to cancel off my appearance.
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You obviously have been doing this for a while so it's in your DNA, do you know how many people I have met randomly, who told me that this very typical of you?
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The last time I did business with you, it took almost a year to get my complete payment. But like they say that one Na story for the gods.
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Obviously, you are not very versed when it comes to contracts, if perhaps you were, you won't make unintelligent statements like "the stage manager concluded by your harassment that you were just being a passionate football fan and eventually let you go on stage with the celebrity friend you brought to the event".
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If the stage manager just put me on stage as you claim in your 'body of lies', how come there is an email from you, involving the other party and I, just before we went on stage, with the 'orijo' of the questions we would be asked?
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We had a contractual agreement, I could be sued for not showing up, and you will be, for not paying me, as there is no history of you at anytime calling off our agreement, verbally or through phone calls, texts or emails.
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This would serve as a deterrent not just to you, but all other OAPs and celebrities.
If you choose for any reason, not to honour a contract, there are ways to go about it. You can't just decide not to show up, or not to pay for services, coming up with dodgy excuses and lies.
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Kiibati, I'm not broke, this has nothing to do with money, it's the flaws in your character that I am bringing to light. ~FRZ. -

Attached are copies of our correspondence, up until the day of the event, via email and text messages."

Recall when Daddy Freeze Alleged that Kiibati has refused to pick his calls after owing him money? Kiibati has replied him... in a very long post

Read below;

Dear Mr. Freeze,

I have tried to steer clear of your endless attempts at cyber bullying and casting aspersions at my image, but your most recent rants have left me no choice but to respond to your allegations.
My friends know that unlike you, I do not engage in attention seeking stunts online or laundering my linen in public.
I am a very private person, with a very small but closely knit circle of friends.

I find your decision to take to social media to spout your allegations highly disappointing, considering your age (I assume you are close to 50 and are considered an 'egbon'), and that you have both my phone numbers, know where my studio/office is and are in touch with many of our mutual colleagues in the broadcast industry.

Now, you made some allegations that are ridiculous and blatantly false:

The first was that I BEGGED you to 'help me out' by participating at my event- Celebrity FC on the 3rd of December.
Now that claim is ridiculous.

First of all, at the event, we had superstars like Olamide, Tuface Idibia, Awilo Longomba, Falz TheBahdGuy, Burna Boy, Peter of P Square, Humblesmith, just to name a few.
The event had over 30 of Nigeria's most beloved celebrities come together in the name of the beautiful game- football, and no disrespect intended Sir, but you do not match up to any of those guys in name or stature.

I contacted you to ask you to help me invite your friend DJ Exclusive to the event, who we know is a staunch Manchester United fan and loved by many.
While bargaining with you on his appearance fee, you gave me the condition that I must invite you as well. We had no plans to invite you because you did not fit the profile of the calibre of celebrities we invite.

You however insisted and charged me the sum of N900,000 for you and DJ Exclusive to split. I found that odd, but felt I had no choice, since I really wanted Exclusive at the event.
You asked me to send you a text message with the offer for you to show DJ Exclusive which I did.

To spice up the deal, you offered to promote the event for two weeks on your show on Cool FM and asked me to send you a media partnership proposal which I did.

Second Post;

Following our conversation on phone, I presented our discussion to my team, who expressed dissatisfaction and said they did not want you at the show, but Exclusive alone. They said you do not match up to the celebrities coming for the show and said we should instead invite your colleague Dotun who will attract the hip, young urban crowd in Lagos to the event.
I did not know how to tell you this as I did not want to hurt your feelings.

I told them about your offer to promote the event for free, which softened their stance a little, but did not totally convince them.

FYI, all the celebrities that came for the event were given official invitation letters/MOUs either physically or by email and were paid at least 2 or 3 months to the event, except for last minute additions.

You eventually told me that the management of Cool FM denied your request to run the promo of the event on your show, which left my team with no choice but to decide to dis-invite you, as they saw no justification for paying you to attend the event without getting any value from you.
According to them, no one will purchase a ticket to a concert to watch Freeze.

I thought this was harsh, and couldn't figure out how to break the news to you, so I kept coming up with ways to buy time, hoping you would take the hint by my refusal to pick your calls atimes. But you eventually helped me out when you told my people a week to the show that DJ Exclusive was pulling out.
This came as a bit of relief to us and my team told you not to bother to come anymore as Exclusive was supposed to be your partner at the show.

After my team asked you not to come, you began to harrass and stalk my phone, calling me endlessly, but I couldn't pick your calls and asked my managers to speak with you. I couldn't pick your calls because I was the host of the show and had to focus on rehearsing for the event with my co-host Seyi Law. I was losing my voice and my team insisted that I stay off the phone to save my voice and energy.

So, you were told not to come for the show, but imagine my shock when on the day of the event, I came down to the celebrity lounge backstage and saw you.

Third Post;

You came along to the event with an actor we hadn't invited. You were drinking all kinds of Spirits began harrasing the stage manager to let you go on stage and play.

The stage manager concluded by your harassment that you were just being a passionate football fan and eventually let you go on stage to play with the celebrity friend you brought to the event.

At no point did I 'contract' you to be at the show as you have widely claimed, unless the word 'contract' has taken on a different meaning.

The second false claim you made was that you tried to call me for a month and I wasn't picking your calls.

This Sir is a blatant lie (or 'alternative fact' as Kellyanne Conway would say), as I travelled out of the country soon after the event and was away in Dubai for the Christmas and New year holidays and my phones were unreachable. My instagram posts in this period confirm this.
I took the break to recuperate after the event and regain my mental and physical strength.

I was away for over 3 weeks, so you couldn't have been calling me all this while, as you claim.

As soon as I landed after my trip, you began to call my phone. You called me two or three times, and I didn't pick your calls because I was still settling down, following my trip; but imagine my surprise when two days later you took to instagram to attack me.

You did not send me a single text, email, direct message on Twitter or Instagram or reach out to me via members of my team but instead chose the cowardly way out with your subtle blackmail and cyber bullying.

I understand that there is a recession in Nigeria at the moment and you may have been broke and desperate for some cash, but as a friend, I would have helped you with some cash if you had just done the decent thing by reaching out to me via text or by being patient for me to return your calls, which I would have after I settled down from my trip.

Fourth Post;

This, as you know, was not my first time dealing with you. I have paid you a lot of cash in the past for different promos on Cool FM. You can recall that I paid you N300,000 regularly sometime in 2015 to promote some kid artists on your show. I can tender my account statements as proof of this.

Your social media antics however, are a declaration of war and put an end to any attempt at friendship with you.

Please Sir, stop your cowardly attempts at cyber bullying me or harrassing my clients Merrybet- the most reputable sports betting firm in Nigeria and address your alleged grievances via the appropriate legal channels.

I don't want to believe that you cannot afford a lawyer Sir.
Please stop your cowardly attacks and take up whatever issues you believe you have against me in court or with the appropriate authorities and desist from your public attacks.

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A fully-loaded luxury bus belonging to GUO transport plunged into the Majidun River at Owode- Elede area of Mile 12, Lagos in the early hours of today. Three persons have been reported dead, while many were rescued from the Owode river.





According to the spokesperson for the National Emergency Management Agency, South West zone, Ibrahim Farinloye, three people, including the driver have been recovered dead. He said 48 people have been rescued.
The luxury bus, said to be coming from the South east, plunged into the river around 3am. The bus was filled with business men and women and their goods. The surviving victims have been rushed to the hospital.

Two 2016 Batch B Stream 2 members of the National Youth Service Corps have lost their lives along the Taraba Benue road as they were returning home from the 21 days orientation camp.

The bus which was reported to be conveying mostly youth corps members from Taraba to Benue state got two corps members killed and the rest injured. The corps members are yet to be identified as at the time of publishing this post.


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Thursday, February 16, 2017, arraigned one Adetoro Fisayo Femi (a.k.a Bawa Mohammed Sanni) before Justice F. A. Odubanjo of the Federal High Court of Ondo State sitting in Akure, on a 6-count charge bordering on obtaining money by false pretence, conspiracy, forgery, uttering of forged documents, retaining the proceed of crime and money laundering.
Adetoro however, pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him. In view of his plea, prosecution counsel, Oluwatoyin Owodunni prayed the court for a trial date and for the remand of the defendant in prison custody. However, counsel to the defendant, A.O. Oyibanji informed the court of a pending application for bail served on the prosecution today.

Justice Odubanjo adjourned the case till February 22, 2017 for hearing of bail application and April 12, 2017 for trial while the defendant is to be remanded in prison custody pending the determination of the application for bail.

One of the charge reads:
“That you, Adetoro Fisayo Femi (a.k.a Bawa Mohammed Sanni) and Olawale Ayeni (at large) on or about the 29th day of July, 2016 at Akure within the Akure Judicial Division of this honourable court did transfer and remove from your Wema Bank account to the bank account of one Ibironke Adebayo the sum of Four Hundred and Sixty Nine Thousand Four Hundred Naira (N469, 400) only, which money is part of the sum of Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira (950,000) only you obtained from Straight Hold Global Services Limited and with the aim of concealing and retaining the proceeds of crime and thereby committed an offence contrary to section 17(1) (a) of the Money Laundering (Prohibuited) Act No 11, of 2011 (as Amended by the Money Laundering (Prohibion) Act, 2012) and punishable under section 17(1)(b) of the same Act". 
Adetoro’s journey to the dock followed a petition to the EFCC alleging that the defendant and his accomplice, Olawale who is now at large, used the internet for fraudulent activities with which they fleeced unsuspecting victims of their money. Adetoro and his accomplice conspired and forged fake drivers license titled “Nigeria National Drivers License NO.RBS691520AB” in the name of Bawa Mohammed Sanni but bearing Adetoro’s passport photograph purporting it to have been issued by the Federal Road Safety Commission. 
The defendant thereafter altered the said forged document to one Ayodele Mary, a staff of one of the new generation banks (name withheld) with the intent that it may be acted upon as genuine in facilitating his operations and maintaining an account with the said bank. 
He further laundered N496,400.00 using one Ibironke Adebayo account and subsequently purchased a second hand engine for Amanda Jeep with the help of Olawale.
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