Monday, 30 March 2015

INEC releases Presidential Election Results in all States of the federation

APC = 299,889
PDP = 251,368

APC = 383,603
PDP = 249,929

APC = 264,851
PDP = 149,987

APC = 14,157
PDP = 553,003

APC – 308,290
PDP – 207,950

APC – 146,399
PDP – 157,195

APC= 528,620
PDP= 303,376

APC -- 236,838
PDP-- 273,460

APC - 1,903,999
PDP - 215,799

APC -885,998
PDP -142,904

APC- 1,345,441






APC: 133,253
PDP: 559,185

APC: 429,140
PDP: 549,615





APC: 361,245
PDP: 96,873




PDP:144, 833







 APC-  671,926
PDP- 152,199

 APC- 48,910
PDP- 1,211,405

 APC- 473,543
PDP- 25,640

APC Supporters Jubilating Waiting For Buhari To Be Announced As Winner .. see photos

Juju Priest Broke Tonto Dikeh And Halima Abubakar Friendship

Very controversial writer, Etcetera has made some serious revelations concerning Nollywood actresses Tonto Dikeh and Halima Abubakar. The celebrity police or should I say Judge claims that Tonto and Halima were best friends but fell out because of a juju priest.

According to Etcetera said:
“Our Nollywood sources tell us that Halimah Abubakar and Tonto Dikeh who used to be good friends, fell out because of a juju priest — It is said that Halimah, took Tonto to sample the powers of her juju priest who got encharmed by her looks and preferred working for her instead of his usual customer, Halimah.
“Halimah could not stand the fact that she got sidelined by her own juju priest and asked Tonto to stay the hell away from her for good. A staff of Etcetera Live called Halimah at about 2pm yesterday (Friday) to confirm the story but she demanded for a text message to be sent to her instead. Further attempts to reach her proved abortive until about 11.32pm when she finally picked and said in her own voice, “this is Halimah’s PA, she will get back to you later.”
“Hmmmm, so na juju separate the 2 of dem? No wonder dem no gree tell us wetin really happen between dem. Breeze don finally blow fowl yansh ooo. Same sources told us that Tonto does not like tattoos; she uses them to mask incisions gotten from her visits to her juju priest”.
So our celebs are into Juju things??

[Photos] Wizkid Smashes Fan’s Iphone 6 In Dubai Club

Samuel Ajayi, a disgruntled fan of Afro pop sensation Wizkid took to his Instagram page to blast the artiste for allegedly destroying his expensive iPhone.
According to Ajayi, all he wanted to do was to take a photo of Wizkid smoking a joint at the Dubai club where they were all having fun and cooling off, when the artiste turned violent, attacked him and then smashed his phone into pieces.
In addition to this, Wizkid allegedly also broke a window in the Dubai Night club, in his rage, forcing Dubai police to shut down the club temporarily, ruining the fun for the night crawlers present at the party.
Wizkid who has been in Dubai since Thursday the 26th of March, to headline the Dubai edition of Industry night, has not come out to address the allegations.
Samuel Ajayi who goes by SamuelChyln on Instagram was however, not prepared to let sleeping dogs lie as he posted a photo of the smashed iPhone on his Instagram page.
See the Instagram post below…

Fans Blast Davido, Dj Cuppy for Missing Presidential Elections

Davido and DJ Cuppy are currently facing some heat from fans as they’re in Nairobi, Kenya this weekend for a concert, making them unable to vote. 
B-Red, Kenyan Victoria Kimani, DJ Obi, Asa Asika and more are also in the city.
We’re guessing they were unable to cancel because of contractual obligations, a similar problem Basketmouth cited, when he couldn’t move his annual London show on February 14, the original election date.
Both DJ Cuppy and Davido used separate private jets for their trips.

Here are some of the comments from Cuppy’s fans:

Olamide Set To Drop Five Albums In 2015

YBNL Boss and Baddoo of Life Olamide in an exclusive interview with FNN revealed that he was ready to keep releasing hit songs and albums to Nigerians, especially as he was on track to drop five hot new albums this year.
This is in addition to the over a hundred songs he already has to his credit and three albums in just less than five years.
According to Olamide, he is so passionate about music that he feels he owes Nigerians a responsibility to release new tracks very frequently, and he is doing everything within his power to fulfil the responsibility.
When he was asked whether he didn’t feel that he was disturbing Nigerians by obliging them to download new songs every week, he countered by saying that he is not forcing anybody to listen to his tracks, as the tracks were capable of selling themselves.
“I do not force anybody to listen to or download my songs. if you want to hear them, good. if not, carry your bad belle oshi away to another place. whether you listen or not I will still make my money’
Soure:- FNN

Davido Disgrace Nigerian Music In Kenyan Concert

Davido flew to Kenya two days ago for a concert scheduled for March 28, 2015.
He missed Nigeria’s election yesterday due to this concert, but the end product brought him nothing but shame as fans blasted him for his supposed proud and immature attitude and for getting drunk at the concert.
They said he smoked too much Kenyan weed and he and his crew lost over 10 phones in one night.
Kenyan fans who were present at the concert took to twitter to express their displeasure over Davido’s rude act.

I would rather make use of soap in the bathroom than have sex with random girls.” – Patoranking

Dancehall singer Patoranking has revealed  he would rather self-service than sleep around with random girls.
The singer who also disclosed that he was single said he is more concerned about his career and his family as marriage is not in his plans at the moment.
In his own words, “If I tell you that I want to marry right now, would you not lie me down and beat me? I am single and ready to mingle. Right now, I am just concerned about my career and family. Marriage is not in the question for me. I don’t have a girlfriend. I am not a promiscuous fellow and if I ever need to blow off steam, I would rather make use of soap in the bathroom than be with random girls.”

Buhari arrives Abuja to await declaration of results by INEC ... see photos

Buhari pictured arriving Abuja this morning to await the announcement of the results of Saturday's general election by INEC.

Obanikoro congratulates GEJ ahead of his 'expectant victory'

Photos: Women in Rivers state protest Saturday's election

Women in Rivers state took to the streets this morning to protest the conduct of the election in the state on Saturday March 28th. The women who wore black walked through Aba road towards INEC office to register their displeasure, alleging that there were some irregularities during the election.

Sunday, 29 March 2015

14yr old Willow Smith is almost as tall as her dad, Will Smith .. see pics

She's just 14 and this tall, imagine her at 20. Will, Jada, Willow and Jada's mom Adrienne Banfield-Jones, joined other A-listers including First Lady Michelle Obama at the Black Girls Rock event in New Jersey on Saturday night, where Jada won the Star Power Award. Black Girls Rock is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young women and impacting how the media affects women.

Saturday, 28 March 2015

I voted for myself - President Jonathan

When asked by pressmen who he voted for after he cast his vote at his polling unit in Otuoke, Bayelsa state today, President Jonathan smiled and answered "I voted for myself and for the PDP".

Lagosians defy the rain to cast their votes ... see photo

Its raining heavily in some areas but that hasn't stopped patriotic Lagosians from standing in queues and voting.

ELECTION COUPLE! Man proposes to his woman at a polling unit today

Congrats to them. What a memorable day to get engaged!

Sick elderly man leaves his hospital bed to cast his vote.. see photos

He was escorted to his polling unit by his nurses who took him back to the hospital after he voted. And some of you healthy youngies are at home...una no go out to vote! God is watching you! :-)

See pics of the 117 Year Old Man that went To Vote

This 117 year old man said he will be a part of the voting system.

BREAKING NEWS: INEC postpones election in 7 federal constituencies in Jigawa state

The Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) in Jigawa state has announced the postponement of election in seven out of eleven federal constituencies. According to the resident electoral commissioner in the state, Alhaji Halliru Aliyu Tambawel, the postponement was as a result of lack of sensitive materials including ballot papers and results sheets from the Central Bank of Nigeria to be used for the elections.

He said the federal constituencies where there would be a postponement includes Dutse/Kiyawa, Ringim/ Taura, HadeJia/Kafin Hausa/Auyo, and Jahun Miga federal Constituencies of Jigawa state, others include Gumel/Maigatari/Sule tankarkar/ Gagarawa, Kaugama/Malam-madori and Gwaram Federal constituencies.

Photos: President Jonathan and wife at their polling unit in Bayelsa

President Jonathan and his wife Patience pictured at their polling unit in Otuoke, Bayelsa state this morning. President Jonathan is yet to be accredited following the failure of the card reader. The INEC officer tried reading President Jonathan's PVC but it failed after which Patience Jonathan's PVC was tried with no positive outcome.

Breaking news: Bomb blast at Polling Unit in Enugu (photo)

A bomb went off at the Women Training Center in Enugu this morning March 28th. The state police Commissioner confirmed the incident and said anti-bomb squad were immediately invited to the scene and were able to successfully detonate a second explosive found in the premises. Above is the vehicle that carried the explosive device

Prof.Osinbajo and wife get accredited in VGC, Lagos .. see photo

APC VP candidate, Professor Yemi Osinbajo and wife, Dolapo pictured above getting accredited at their polling unit at Victoria Garden City, Lekki, Lagos, this morning.

Governor Fashola and wife on queue to get accredited .. see photo

The governor and his wife pictured at a polling unit in Surulere this morning to get accredited

Change or Continuity?? #VoteNotFight

Arrest Of Card Reader Company Technicians Won’t Affect Elections, Jega

The Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof Attahiru Jega, on Friday assured Nigerians that adequate preparations had been made by the commission to conduct credible election across the country today.

Jega gave the assurance at a joint news conference he addressed in his Abuja office with the Director-General, National Youths Service Corps, Brig.-Gen. Bamidele Olawumi.

He allayed fears that the arrest of some workers of the firm that produced the Permanent Voter Cards by security operatives would affect INEC operations throughout the election period.

Jega said, “I received a letter from the Chairman of Act Technologies Limited, the contractor that is handling the production of the PVCs and the card readers on Thursday.

“In the letter, he conveyed to the commission that two of his workers are under investigation and detention by the State Security Service and that the detention of the two staff, is affecting their operations in the company.

“It is not the chairman of the company that was arrested, but his staff. As far as I know, it is not affecting our operations for the election. We have already deployed for the election so it will not affect the process.”

The INEC boss described as libelous, malicious and irresponsible, a statement credited to a political party which alleged that the commission compromised the integrity of the electoral process by awarding the contract for the production of the PVCs and card reader supply to an already blacklisted firm.

He also clarified that the commission’s technical staff were fully in charge of the card readers’ operations and that contrary to the political party’s allegation, the supplier of the card readers was not in possession of their ‘master key.’

He said, “The Acts Technologies Nigeria Limited competed for it (contract) alongside other Nigerians; went through due diligence, bureau of public Procurement and bid for it. The contract was approved by the Federal Executive Council because the quantum of money involved was beyond what the agency can release on its own.

“As far as we are concerned, there is no record indicating that Act Technologies Limited has been blacklisted either by INEC or any other person with regards to procurement of materials for us.”

Jega, however, said there should not be any controversy over the choice of the electorate to vote and remain at the polling unit or to go home.

He said, “We are concerned about the integrity of the electoral process and we believe that the transparency of the process will be enhanced if after casting their votes, the electorate remain to know who has won in their polling units. “It is not in the guidelines that people should vote and go or to stay after voting. If people choose to, they should be allowed to stay so long as they are law-abiding and conduct themselves peacefully.”

The INEC boss added that over 700, 000 temporary staff, including 134, 000 corps members were deployed to conduct election in the 119, 973 polling units across the country.

Buhari's Manifesto Vs Jonathan's Manifesto

WHEN Nigerians file out to vote for the President on Saturday, March 28, they would be confronted by the not-so-easy task of opting for change which the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), General Muhammadu Buhari offers or continue with President Goodluck Jonathan’s transformation agenda which the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has made its mantra.

And to make your choice a bit easier, ENCOMIUM Weekly unveils the major campaign promises of the two leading presidential candidates.


The presidential candidate of the ruling PDP, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan anchors his campaign for the 2015 election on continuation of his transformation agenda, which he clearly articulated in 2011. The thrust of his new manifesto is more of consolidation of his modest achievements since he assumed office on May 29, 2011.


The Jonathan administration is going to take job creation serious. With a promise of two million jobs per annum, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has promised to check the growth rate of unemployment.


With the current growth of agriculture at seven to eight per cent, according to official figures, President Jonathan has pledged to sustain the ongoing reforms in the sector.


President Goodluck Jonathan has also assured he would sustain the growth of Africa’s largest economy. The Federal Government hopes to expand the rebased economy and ensure real growth despite the challenges of dwindling oil revenue. The PDP-led government has also pledged to continue to diversify the economy.


President Jonathan promised to address the infrastructure deficit in the country in key development areas such as power, transportation, housing, information communication technology (ICT), FCT and Niger Delta.

From the PDP manifesto, the revitalization, modernization and expansion of the rails as well as road rehabilitation are part of work to be done in this sector.


In its transformation agenda that covers the power sector, the Jonathan administration promised to invest about N1.896 trillion to improve this infrastructure. And with the successes his regime flaunts, Jonathan has now pledged to increase generation and distribution of electricity if re-elected on March 28, 2015.

Interestingly, the present administration claims it has generated more electricity than any past government with over 4,500 MW. According to the president, generation transmission lines also increased from 3,000km to 6,500km. In the years ahead, the President assures things would get better.


Education is also a major issue in the PDP manifesto. The Jonathan administration has, therefore, resolved to fund the sector adequately. The PDP government equally desires to increase school enrolment, especially at the primary level and create more access to education through creative funding of schools.


The thrust of President Jonathan’s manifesto in the health sector is the National Strategic Health Development Plan (NSHDP). He has also promised to pursue policies and programmes to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the Vision 20:2020.


Gender equality is also given priority in Jonathan’s campaign. He has, therefore, assured Nigerians that women would even get more 35 per cent of appointments in his cabinet so as to close the yawning gap between them and men. Youths would also continue to benefit from the various empowerment programmes like the SURE-P and Youwin.


Anti-corruption, National Security top BUHARI’s agenda

FOR the APC presidential candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari, his major campaign promises are more like a covenant with Nigerians to enable him bring about the change they desire. And here is Buhari’s agenda if he wins the 2015 presidential election.


The mantra of anti-corruption resonates in General Buhari’s manifesto.

“I believe if Nigeria does not kill corruption, corruption will kill Nigeria,” he declared.

He said he would publicly declare his assets if elected president and wage serious anti-corruption war against culprits through a National Anti-Corruption Strategy.

Access to justice and respect for fundamental human rights.

The APC presidential candidate equally pledged to run a government that protects citizens’ fundamental human rights. In fact, he said he would lead a government founded on values that promote and protect these rights synonymous with democracy.


Buhari also pledged to take the issue of security serious. He promised that under his watch, no force, external or internal will overtake even an inch of Nigerian soul. He also assured he would rescue the Chibok girls.

In summary, General Buhari said he would deliver a marshal plan on insurgency, terrorism, ethnic and religious violence and rural banditry.


On health, Buhari has a Health Sector Review Policy to ensure health for all Nigerians irrespective of their status.


Buhari has also vowed to restore the lost glory of education by implementing reforms that would bring quality back into schools. He would also position tertiary institutions to provide market-relevant skills to youths as well as improve school enrolment.


Agriculture is equally a priority in the APC manifesto. He hopes that the sector would be a major revenue earner as oil prices fall.


In his covenant with Nigerians, General Buhari acknowledges that millions of Nigerians live below poverty level. So, his Presidency aspires to benefit majority of the people through a better management of the economy.


General Buhari has also promised to reform the oil sector, build four refineries and unbundle the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), if elected President.

12 Types Of People You Will Meet On Election Day

As we all know that the election is just few day to hold, and there are categories of people we are going to meet on that day and i bring to you, the 10 types of people we are going to meet at the polling unit on election day;

1 The gentlemen/ladies
These are the types of people the will visit the polling unit just to fulfil their mission which is to vote peacefully and after that, go back to their home without any problem.
2 The elders
These people(mostly men) are always between the age 70-80+ you will always find them sitting under a tree or any shaded area within the polling centre lecturing young men about the history of politics and how the country was going from bad to good and vice versa.

3 The I Too Know (ITKs)
These are the categories of people that you will see jumping from one place to the other as if they are INEC chairman. You will never see them at rest, they can even go to the extent of teaching the INEC officials their works.

4 The ushers
You will always see these categories of people on the queue looking very quiet but when they see a person trying to manipulate the queue, they will just walk to him/her and say something like "Oga, please go and join the queue at the back, we that have being on the line are not animals" they will never leave you until you do the needful.

5 The coordinators
They are more like the ushers but something special about them is that they are not always on the queue, if they see you trying to sneak into the queue, they will just appear from nowhere and say "hey" then point to the back, due to the fear that you don't know the kind of person they are, you will port to the back with immediate effect.

6 The confused ones
Looking at them only, you will deduce that they are confused. They will always be looking as if someone is about to kidnap them or you will always see them asking questions silly like "Brother, will they collect this PVC from us after we are through?" or "Sister, shebi Buhari the PDP presidential candidate?" They are always annoying.

7 The VIPs
These are always the big men of the hood, they will just drive down to the polling unit with their expensive ride and walk up to the INEC officials with a bottle water in their hands and do all the necessary stuffs and drive back home immediately

8 The spacebookers
I usually wonder if that's what they do to make money on that day or they are just naturally mumus. They will be on the queue for hours and when it's almost their turn to vote, someone will just come from nowhere and take their place then you will see them leaving.

9 The lookers/observers
Some are not even there to vote but to watch people arguing or fighting, you will always see them at alert with their phones getting ready to snap/video any funny or fist throwing event that takes place at the unit.

10 The fighters
Their own mission is to come and cause violence at the polling unit, they will mistakenly hit you or march you, instead of saying sorry, they will turn it to fight. Be careful when dealing with them

11 The traders
I usually love the courage of these people coz any opportunity they see, they will use it to promote their business. You will see them early in the morning already offloading bags of pure water, snacks, groundnut, coolers of rice and other foods some will even bring their tables to roast boli(roasted plantains) at the polling unit, they are always desperate to make money.

12 The pickpocketers
One of my teachers defined them as "Dem no be thieves ooo but if they pass, something go lost". All they need to do is to just look at your pocket and they will explore everything inside it then you will see them passing your side 24/7 or trying to form familiarity with you, my brother be watchful or else they will steal you sef.

keep calm and vote wisely
May God help us


15 Major Electoral Offences Voters Must Avoid - NPF

The Nigeria Police Force has issued a statement warning members of the public, particularly those going to vote, to beware of some 15 electoral offences on Election Day.

In a statement Thursday, Force Public Relations Office, Emmanuel Ojukwu, said
anyone who commits any of the offences would be arrested and prosecuted.

The offences are listed below.

(1) Casting of vote twice or more.

(2) Announcing false election result.

(3) Stopping any other person from voting.

(4) Revealing information on a ballot paper of another person.

(5) Being in possession of another person’s voter card.

(6) Disorderly Behaviour at polling unit.

(7) Canvassing for votes at polling unit.

(8.) Shouting Slogan of a political party at polling unit.

(9) Being armed with guns, sticks, stones or any other dangerous weapons at polling unit.

(10) Loitering or walking about in a polling unit.

(11) Using siren at a polling unit.

(12) Snatching or destroying ballot boxes or Card readers.

(13) Holding public meeting during election hours on Election Day.

(14) Wearing or carrying badge or poster of a political party.

(15) Inflicts or threatens to inflict injury on any person or persons at a polling unit.

APC Woman Leader In Lagos West Allegedly Caught With Election Materials

With few hours to go to the commencement of the first round of elections for federal office seekers in Nigeria, a leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was in the early hours of Saturday, March 28, 2015 caught with thumb-printed ballot papers en-route and unknown destination.

According to photos which have surfaced online, Basirat Ojugbele, the APC Woman Leader in Lagos West was reportedly caught in an unnamed area of the state at about 12:15am in charge of a bus with registration number FKJ 450 XJ by security operatives.

When the bus was searched, a large amount of ballot papers already printed were discovered.

**Lagos East APC Women Leader, Basirat Ojugbele caught with thumb printed ballot papers (Photo Credit: Reuben Abati/Facebok)

**The bus transporting the thumb-printed ballot papers (Photo Credit: Reuben Abati/Facebook)