The Lagos police command has arrested a certain Seyi Olowookere, a 42-year old driver for sodomizing a 12-year-old boy. The suspect, who confessed to sodomizing 7 other individuals including adults reportedly lured the boy from a football field to his house at Alhaji Masha Road, Surulere, Lagos.

Speaking on the issue, the victim said;

“I was playing football with my friends when Mr. Seyi asked me to freestyle for him because I am a rapper. .

I rapped a few songs for him and he asked me to come with him that he will help me. When we got to his apartment, he removed his clothes and asked me to do same. And then from behind, he inserted his manhood into my anus.

He begged me to suck his breast, I said no. When he was done, he pleaded with me not to tell anyone but when I got home, I couldn’t keep it to myself. So I told my parents, who got the Police involved.”

Seyi, on his part said;

“I promised to help him when I saw him playing and singing with his friends. I asked him to follow me that I will help him. When we got to my house.

I locked the door, asked the little boy to take of his clothes and kneel down after which I inserted my manhood inside his anus from behind and the little boy wasn’t shouting. I have been doing this for a long time.

I have done it with seven people including adults. I am not a ritualist. I am a native of Uso in Ondo state. I want the police to help me in this case. I am a driver, I was married but we have separated. And I have a child.”

Lagos State Police Command, Chike Oti, confirming the incident stated that the case was still under investigation and that the suspect will be charged to court.

A Bobrisky wannabe has been caught at a nightclub.

He disguised as a lady in order to probably “flex” at the club and perhaps swindle unsuspecting men in the process.

According to multiple online reports, the man was caught in a nightclub after eating Sharwama, Suya and consuming enough beer.

He was humiliated and disgraced after his act was uncovered as his photos were taken to show his real manhood.

A Facebook user who lives in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, Simeon Nsirim Chukwu shared the pictures and wrote;

“Please our young men should beware of who they mingle at night with.

“This young man who disguise himself as a woman was caught in a night club after eating sharwama, suya and consuming enough beer. Poverty in the land.”

In a rather rare version of events two of Nigeria’s most followed Instagram models have told their followers that they will be launching an explicit premium service.

Subscribers will have to pay the sum of 15,000 naira weekly to gain access to this service; what they get in return is, assess to these model’s “nudity, sex toys and of course, le…..n sex” (which we will assume is a shabby attempt at finding a discreet way to write “lesbian sex).

Popular IG queen Peace Olayemi

According to an advertorial posted via their Instagram stories, the models will host the live sessions on their Instagram profiles.

Recall that the first time “setting up a premium account” for explicit activities was male Barbie doll, Bobrisky’s failed attempt at climbing into exclusivity.

If the effeminate’s foray into premium content showed anything, it is that there are Nigerians who will pay for what they want, regardless of how overpriced it is.
These models have sizeable followings too, one with close to 68,000 followers.

Instead of trying to convince an entirely new selection of people, they have a pool of familiar people to choose from.

Some of these will convert into paying followers by default. All of this is conjecture, of course. Either way, sex now sells on Instagram for 15k naira a week.
Also popular social media platform, Snap is not left out as Nigerians and even Ghanians have taken to it to sell their trade.

Ebonyi state University graduate, Ogechuckwu Kate, has wowed many on social media after she chose to tread the path most ladies of her calibre won’t.

The beautiful lady is a distinctive graduate from the Department of History and International relations in Ebonyi State University.

Oge, unlike her colleagues, hasn’t sat around and wait on some employer to bring her a job but has chosen to be industrious and create a job for herself;

A job which is quite rare and unique, which is why she’s literally becoming an internet sensation.

Oge is into Charcoal business and unknown to many, charcoal plays a very vital role in our daily activities, directly or indirectly.

She insights us on this as she took to her Facebook to share,

“Hi. For those who told me they want to venture into charcoal business… Oya Are you prepared?

“Are you ready to look like this (very dirty) during business hours? Are you ready for the dust?

“I mean inhaling it (you can use face mask if you feel comfortable in it) ? Are you ready for the stress?

“Are you ready for the money ? This is not a business for slay mamas and papas oooo. It’s for the determined and serious minded people.

“Well, if you are ready then I have good news for you… Do not worry about skin damage cos reverse is the case when it comes to charcoal.

“Charcoal has numerous skin and health benefits, such as blackhead fighting, deep cleansing, purifies complexion, balances oily skin, it gently exfoliates, etc.

“You can read it up on Google for more inquiries.

“Haven’t you wondered why I look so dirty and black during business hours and very beautiful after bath?

She continued,

I’m not saying its the best business in the world, no, it’s so stressful and ejighi afufu anya isi at all, but instead of staying idle and blaming it all on the government why don’t you try this business out ? Of course I will change my mother’s line of business for her when the time comes but for now, man must eat. Another wonderful news is this… You can start it with a little cash and believe me you’ll definitely grow, you don’t need to stay idle waiting for God to send you manner from above. God helps those who help themselves.


A renowned legal practitioner and public interest litigation expert, Tunji Salawu, Esq has given several grounds to why his clients have resolved to drag the Globacom, operators of Glo telecommunications to court.

He also instituted a N50 billion legal action against the suit at the National Industrial Court of Nigeria (NICN) via suit number (NICN/ABJ/75/2018).

In the statement of facts establishing the cause of action obtained by newsmen in Abuja on Tuesday, 20th March, 2018, the sacked female workers pointed out that, they were employed by the Defendants between 2003 and 2008, and have individually put in between average of 7 to 15 years in the employment of the Defendants.

They wondered why dedicated staff who have impacted positively on the fortunes of the company could be sacked with a wave of the hand on the flimsy reason bothering on their marital status.

It could be recalled that, Public Interest Litigation Initiative (PILI) only last week informed of its decision to take up the matter in order to restore and enforce the fundamental human rights of the affected female staff of the telecommunications company.

In that statement, the Executive Director of PILI, Prof. Adesoji Adesugba said: “It is disheartening to hear that these particular set of female staff who have worked very hard to take the company to the height it has attained today could be treated in a needlessly reckless manner. We at PILI find this unacceptable and have taken a legal action to challenge this glitch.

“It is going to be a legal fight to the finish until and unless very urgent and responsible steps are taken by Globacom to restate them back to their various positions with full benefits in addition to paying damages to them for distorting their career path or progress.

The legal statement said the Claimants plead and rely on their various letters of employment as employees in the management cadres at Gloworld department, the retail arm of Globacom Limited with branches and outlets all over Nigeria.

Sections of the statements read: “The Claimants are all married women in the Gloworld Department, (a customer facing unit) of the Globacom Limited.

“The Claimants were all employed as single females but later had changes of Marital Status in the course of their employment.

“Throughout the length of their services with the Defendants, the Claimants performed the job specification to their best of abilities and were never found wanting by the Defendants and

“In fact, the Claimant had variously been promoted and earned commendations of the Defendants”.

Other facts supplied include:

“The Claimants have continued to work diligently until, 8th March, 2018, a day set aside globally as “Women’s Day” when they got a shocking gifts from Defendants in premeditated sack letters, terminating their employments. The Claimants plead and shall rely on the respective letters of termination of employments at the trial.

“The Claimants state that the purported letters of termination of appointment violated the terms and conditions of service of the employees of the defendants. The Claimants plead and shall rely on the conditions of service of the Defendants at the trial. Notice is hereby given to the defendants to produce the conditions of service and staff handbook manual at the trial.

“The Claimants state that the purported termination of their employments was premeditated discriminatory and in bad faith as can be deduced from the cumulative events leadings to the termination”.

According to document, sometime in July, 2017, the Defendants embarked on what was termed staff profiling of all the Gloworld staff, wherein they requested for the following particulars of the staff, among others; full length and portrait picture, passport photograph, date of birth, marital status and length of service at the Globacom Limited despite that all the above information was available to the Human Resources Department of the Defendants, the Claimants nevertheless complied with the request and forwarded their details.

Again, in January, 2018, the Executive Director, (Legal) of the 1st defendant, Mrs Gladis Talabi, Jumoke Aduwo, Human Resources Manager and the regional managers of Gloworld went round all the branches nationwide to “see” all Gloworld staff and conduct “physical verification”, wherein the following personal questions were asked: are you married? How many children do you have? How long have you been in the system? Etc. The staff were further asked to file out for physical examination and have their photographs taker by lined photographers, it added.

The details of other grounds are:

“The Claimants state that the employment processes of the Defendants were conducted in violation of the rights of the applicants to human dignity as often, shortlisted candidates after successful interviews with the Globacom Human Resources personnel’s were further made to face personal interview by the Chairman of the Globacom Dr. Mike Adenuga, where they were advised to look nice, make up well, wear push up bras, chest out, wear miniskirts, a well manicured nails and generally look sexy for the interview with the Chairman.

“After all the rigors of the interview, the successful applicants were given letters of employment through various agencies of the Defendant, such as Contact Centre Services Limited, Vixen Enterprises, Umbrella Limited, Blue Moon Ventures, Dragnet Limited, etc. All affliates of the 1st Defendant.

“Sometime in 2008, the 2nd defendant, Global Manpower Limited (GML) was introduced to the Claimants who were made to sign over their appointments to the agency under duress and without opportunity to read and understand the contract.

“The Claimants state that they were not even avail with a copy of the new contract signed with the 2nd Defendant.

“Again sometime in 2012, the Claimants were made to sign a bond that they would remain in remain in the employment of Globacom Limited for a certain number of Years and any dissengament of staff within the period either voluntarily or by default of the defendant would attract a penalty of 10 Million Naira. The claimant plead and shall rely on the copy of the bond at the trial. The Defendants are hereby given notice to produce the original bond at the trial.

“Furthermore, in 2016, the Claimants, are Gloworld Managers and Stock Controllers were made to bring two guarantors such as bank Managers, Clergymen, High networth individual and level 14 and above Civil Servants. The guarantors were made to provide a blank signed but undated cheques and ittle documents of landed properties in choice locations as well as letters of introduction from banks. The Claimants pleads and shall rely on copies of the said guarantors bond at the trial.

“Those who were unable to meet up with deadlines for the submission of the guarantors had their salaries withheld till they were able to meet up.

“The Claimants state that those documents and bonds including the signed but undated cheques are still in possession of the defendants till date.

“The Claimants state that due to the bond entered with the Defendants they have had to stay back from several job opportunities.

“The Claimants state that sequel to the termination of their appointments, the defendants paid one month salary and unpaid leave allowance into the accounts of the Claimants, leaving out pending Domestic Travel Allowances (DTAS), pending relocation allowances and outstanding float retirements purportedly in lieu of the notice of termination.

“The Claimants also state that the payment of one month salary in lieu of notice is contrary to the 60 days notice required under the condition of service.

“The Claimants state further that the defendants failed to remit their pension contribution as well as tax deductions to the relevant tax agencies and pension managers.

“The Claimants reasonably believe that the mass retrenchment was target against them as married women, because about 97% of the staff whose employment were terminated and laid off are married women.

“The Claimants positions were immediately filled by single female and male staff.

“The Claimants while contending that the purported termination of their employments by the defendants was unlawful, also aver that their rights as married women have been seriously trampled upon by the Defendants.

CCTV has captured the moment a grown lady distract everyone to allegedly stole 250k from a boutique in Lekki, Lagos State.

The owner of the boutique took to her instagram page to share the news.

She Wrote:

Hello everyone please whoever knows this woman should give us information on how to get her. She came to our lekki store to steal money from another customer’s bag, after distracting by giving her a dress to try out for her. Please tag people until she’s been exposed and caught. Thank God for our camera that caught her. The money was 250k.From the video you can see the way she dropped clothes on the handbag and took the envelope that contained 250k. She’s the lady on white and black that packed her hair .My dear people please let’s join hand and expose this lady cause she stole the money from a 19yr old girl’s bag. It’s quite painful that a matured lady could steal from a little girl that’s old enough to be her daughter at this economic situation. Pls kindly help us to repost till she gets caught. 

Watch video below:

Hello everyone please whoever knows this woman should give us information on how to get her. She came to our lekki store to steal money from another customer’s bag, after distracting by giving her a dress to try out for her. Please tag people until she’s been exposed and caught. Thank God for our camera that caught her. The money was 250k.From the video you can see the way she dropped clothes on the handbag and took the envelope that contained 250k. She’s the lady on white and black that packed her hair .My dear people please let’s join hand and expose this lady cause she stole the money from a 19yr old girl’s bag. It’s quite painful that a matured lady could steal from a little girl that’s old enough to be her daughter at this economic situation. Pls kindly help us to repost till she gets caught. #instablog9ja #9jaconnect #tundeednut #chinnysblog #famousblogng #misspetitenigeria #heleneventblog
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