Caitlyn Jenner Wants To Date Men: Reality TV Star “Open” To Relationships

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Caitlyn Jenner wants to date men – Reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner has revealed she wouldn’t mind dating a man, though it’d have to be a real special man.

Caitlyn Jenner wants to date men

Caitlyn Jenner wants to date men

Caitlyn Jenner, who previously Bruce Jenner until she had a sex change operation, had previously stated that she had no interest in dating women.

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“I’ve been there. Done that. I’ve got three ex-wives,” Jenner said in a recently released trailer for the second season of her docuseries, I Am Cait.

And in a recently released sneak peek into season 2’s premiere, Jenner added that she’d like for someone to take care of her.

READ: Caitlyn Jenner Set To Launch Make Up Line

“To be honest, if I was in a relationship with a guy, I would enjoy being treated like that,” Jenner said. “Opening doors for you, doing all what you would think is the traditional stuff in a guy and a girl relationship.”

“It would have to be a very special guy to be able to do that, but yeah, I would be open to that,” she added.

 

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Kris Jenner Explains Kanye West’s $53 Million Debt

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Kris Jenner explains Kanye West’s $53 million debt – Most of the entertainment world had been shocked when weeks back, rapper Kanye West had taken to Twitter to announce that he was $53 million in debt.

Kris Jenner explains Kanye West's $53 million debt

Kris Jenner explains Kanye West’s $53 million debt

After revealing the debt, Kanye had then pleaded with a number of tech billionaires such as Google’s Larry Page and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, asking them to invest in “Kanye West ideas.”

READ: Kris Jenner Confesses, “It Takes God To Deal With Caitlyn’s Transition”

During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres show, Kanye’s mother-in-law, Kris Jenner revealed that Kanye didn’t exactly mean he was that much in debt.

“I know, I know and sometimes I feel like what he is trying to say…when he was like “oh I am 53 million dollars in debt” that whole thing, what he was trying to say was that’s what he has done to spend on his clothing line over the last 15 or 20 years or whatever its been,” Jenner said.

“But it comes out not exactly the right way and people get it misconstrued through the media and then its complicated, what can I say.”

 

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Elder Brother Affirms Ese’s Actual Age As 14

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The immediate elder brother to Miss Ese Oruru – who was abducted from her Bayelsa home and taken to Kano for a forced marriage to a certain Yinusa Yellow – Onome Oruru, has disclosed to The Punch in an exclusive chat that his younger sister’s actual age is 14.

READ ALSO: Ese Oruru, Abductor Flown To Abuja Amid Tight Security

I’m 16, My Sister Can’t Be 17’ – Ese’s Elder Brother Speaks,

I’m 16, My Sister Can’t Be 17’ – Ese’s Elder Brother Speaks: The Punch

Onome made the disclosure known when he was asked about his age.

He said: I am 16 years old. I was born on Nov 23, 1999.

Speaking on how he knew, he said: “Because my mother told me so and that is the date I celebrate my birthday every year. I just graduated from secondary school last year here in Bayelsa State, at the age of 16. All my peers are in my age bracket. I am certain of my age because I am old enough to know. Ese and I attend the same school. She was in JSS3 last year when she was taken away.”

He also brought to the attention of those who claimed that his sister is 17 years old saying:

“It is funny that these people are saying all sorts of things about my sister and her age. Everybody can see it, it is clear. I can’t be 16 years old, and my younger sister will be older than me. How can she be 17 years old, when my immediate elder sister, will clock 19 years old on March 7 this year? We all have about two years’ age difference in between. Ese clocked 14 on February 22.

Meanwhile report reaching us has it that Ese Oruru has arrived Abuja from Kano following a rescue operation carried out by the Nigerian police.

It was gathered that Ese, who was clad in a native attire and white hijab to cover her head, was ushered into the Nigeria Police Headquarters in Abuja at 12:55pm.

Upon her arrival, she was ushered into the office of the Force Spokesperson, Bisi Kolawole, accompanied by three men and two women; all dressed in Hausa native attires.

READ: 13 Year Old Girl Kidnapped And Forced Into Child Marriage After Being Converted To Islam

Reporters were prevented from taking photographs or conducting interviews with the teenage girl as the Force spokesperson explained that they were waiting for her parents, who are on their way from Yenagoa to arrive in Abuja before issuing a statement.

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Obasanjo, Yar’Adua and Jonathan’s Governments Must Account For Recovered Loot – Court

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A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ruled that the governments of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, former President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, and former President Goodluck Jonathan should account fully for all recovered loot.

The ruling is coming against the backdrop of a legal suit by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP).

The court ordered that the previous administrations, since the return to democracy in 1999, have “breached the fundamental principles of transparency and accountability for failing to disclose details about the spending of recovered stolen public funds, including on a dedicated website.”

While dismissing the counter arguments of the federal government on Friday, the presiding judge, Justice M.B. Idris delivered that the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration should “ensure that his government and the governments of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, former President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, and former President Goodluck Jonathan account fully for all recovered loot.”

The court therefore declared that:

1) A declaration is hereby made that the failure and/or refusal of the respondents to individually and/or collectively disclose detailed information about the spending of recovered stolen public funds since the return of civil rule in 1999, and to publish widely such information, including on a dedicated website, amounts to a breach of the fundamental principles of transparency and accountability and violates Articles 9, 21 and 22 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act

  1. A DECLARATION is hereby made that by virtue of the provisions of Section 4 (a) of the Freedom of Information Act 2011, the 1st Defendant/Respondent is under a binding legal obligation to provide the Plaintiff/Applicant with up to date information on the spending of recovered stolen funds, including:
    (a) Detailed information on the total amount of recovered stolen public assets that have so far been recovered by Nigeria
    (b) The amount that has been spent from the recovered stolen public assets and the objects of such spending
    (c) Details of projects on which recovered stolen public assets were spent

  2. AN ORDER OF MANDAMUS is made directing and or compelling the Defendants/Respondents to provide the Plaintiff/Applicant with up to date information on recovered stolen funds since the return of civilian rule in 1999, including:
    (a) Detailed information on the total amount of recovered stolen public assets that have so far been recovered by Nigeria
    (b) The amount that has been spent from the recovered stolen public assets and the objects of such spending
    (c) Details of projects on which recovered stolen public assets were spent.”

Reacting to the ruling the deputy executive director of SERAP, Olukayode Majekodunmi, stated that:

“This judgment confirms the persistent failure of successive governments, starting from the Obasanjo government, to respect Nigerians’ right to a corruption-free society and to uphold constitutional and international commitments on transparency and accountability.

“The judgment is an important step towards reversing a culture of secrecy and corruption that has meant that high-ranking government officials continue to look after themselves at the expense of the well-being of majority of Nigerians, and development of the country.

“This is a crucial precedent that vindicates the right to a transparent and accountable government and affirms the human right of the Nigerian people to live a life free from want and fear. We are in the process of obtaining a certified copy of the around 60 pages judgment. SERAP will do everything within its power to secure the full and effective enforcement of this judgment.”

The details ordered by the court to be disclosed include; information on the total amount of recovered stolen public assets by each government; the amount of recovered stolen public assets spent by each government as well as the objects of such spending and the projects on which such funds were spent.

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Wither Nigeria And The Words Of Ayo Fayose – Fani-Kayode

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“We have all summoned courage. They have deceived us to take our inheritance. We are going to get our inheritance back. I want to say one thing: they have started again. I want to reveal one secret here. They have started subtle moves to make Nigeria an Islamic nation. But God will not allow it. This was done in 1984 but it failed. I cannot run away. I am Ayo Fayose. If you hit me, you hit trouble. If I hit you, you will be in trouble. Nigeria is a free nation and this nation will not be taken for an Islamic nation. Today, I decree the return of a PDP government in 2019″ – Governor Ayo Fayose, Port Harcourt, February 26, 2016.

Ayo Fayose’s words give cause for concern and I must confess that I share his views. Ever since my TED EX lecture in 2014 which was titled “The Rise Of Islamic Fundamentalism In Nigeria”, my greatest crime, in the eyes of my detractors, is that I have fearlessly and continuously stood up to and spoken out against the evil of Islamic fundamentalism and the cancer of Islamist terror in our country.

Whether it be Boko Haram and its numerous facilitators and sponsors, the Fulani militias and herdsmen, the APC hidden agenda of Islamisation of Nigeria or elements within the core northern ruling class who have often promoted and, in some cases, openly supported and funded terror and the cold-blooded murder of our compatriots, I have always stood against it.

This does not mean that I am anti-Muslim because I am not. I believe in religious diversity and I consider it to be a privilige to live in a plural, multi-religious and multi-ethnic nation where people of all faiths are respected and are allowed to live their lives freely. As a matter of fact, I believe that our diversity is our strength and that there is nothing more beautiful than true Muslims or true Christians practicing their faith in accordance with their traditions. We are, after all, all children of Abraham and what binds us together is our faith and belief in one God that created the universe and that rules in the affairs of men.

What I will not accept though is the implementation of a terrorist agenda and the destruction of the lives and ways of life of others by a small minority of religious zealots and ethnic bigots. I will not accept the fellowship of those that have been brainwashed and utterly possessed by the Salifist/Wahhabist philosophy which was covertly exported to much of the Sunni Muslim world by sinister and clandestine forces that reside in Saudi Arabia. I cannot abide those that kill in the name of God and that use the great faith of Islam to oppress others and force them to do their will.

Those of us that are not Muslims are not slaves in this country and neither can we ever be. Those of us that are moderate Muslims in this country and that do not share the abominable views of the Islamic fundamentalists and the Islamists cannot be slaves either. Yet, that does not mean that a misguided few will not attempt to impose their will on the rest of us. To this extent I wholeheartedly concur with Ayo Fayose’s view that there are covert moves by some extremists that are in the corridors of power to quietly and secretly Islamise our country and that they are attempting to do so with contempt and impunity. If anyone doubts that this is the case or believes that it cannot happen they should read the history of Turkey and find out how what was once a christian nation was eventually transformed into a full blown Muslim state.

The truth is that Fayose has said nothing new. I have said it many times before. I saw this coming and I warned Nigerians against it but no one would listen. Now the scales are slowly falling from their eyes. Two events in the last few days, more than any others in recent times, have confirmed this fact. First, there was the horrendous massacre of over 300 people in Agatu, Benue State, a christian community, by hundreds of well-armed Muslim Fulani militias and herdsmen. In their usual way, when it comes to atrocities committed by the Fulani militias, our government refused to comment on or react to the ugly incident for many days and up until there was a national and international outcry.

Second, there was the abduction of a 14 year old Christian girl by the name of Ese from her home in Bayelsa State to far away Kano, where she was kept from her parents, forced to convert to Islam, married off to an old man against her will and hidden in the Emir of Kano’s palace. All efforts by her parents to see and free their daughter have failed and to make matters worse, officials of both the state and federal government have refused to intervene and rescue the little girl from the slavery and torment of her abductors.
I wonder how much more shame, injustice and indignity we have to suffer as a faith and as a people before we react to such wickedness and injustice? We have even been denied the right to protest because when we do so we are accused, quite wrongly, of being anti-Islam. Well I am not anti-Islam but I am anti-injustice. I am not anti-Islam but I am anti-wickedness, anti-ethnic and religious domination, anti-slavery, anti-fascism, anti-religious extremism and bigotry, anti-pedophilia, anti-Boko Haram, anti-Boko Haram sponsors and anti-armed Fulani militias and herdsmen. I am anti-anything that brings blood, sweat and tears to my people and anti-anyone that kills, steals and destroys my nation and my compatriots.

I am anti-the dark forces from hell who have plagued our people with their unadulterated violence and their religious and ethnic intolerance over the years and who erroneously believe that they own Nigeria. The days of remaining silent out of fear of reprisals and insults or in the name of political correctness are long over. If I am the only voice left in Nigeria to do so I will continue to speak out and stand against this evil. I will also speak out against the notoriously indifferent, lukewarm, cowardly and stoic disposition of those amongst us who appear to be happy to be the victims and who are ready to accept this barbarity and live with it.

No matter what, I will not bend from this course, I will not flinch and I will not compromise. I will not run away from my calling and doing that which the Living God has called me to do. I would rather we redefine Nigeria than sit by silently as my people and those that share my faith are slowly and systematically turned into slaves by a tiny minority.

The situation in our country today gives cause for concern and raises many questions about precisely where we are heading. The assertion that Fayose has made compels us to ask, whither Nigeria? And there are many other troubling events that give us cause to ask the same question.

Consider the following. Thousands of IPOB members and Biafrans are regularly slaughtered by our security agencies. We must ask, wither Nigeria? Thousands of Shia Muslims are murdered in cold blood and regularly tormented by our Armed Forces. We must ask, whither Nigeria? Thousands of Middle Belters and southerners are regularly raped, abducted and butchered by Fulani militias and herdsmen. We must ask, whither Nigeria? Thousands of ordinary working class northerners are regularly massacred by Boko Haram. We must ask, whither Nigeria?

Yet all hope is not lost and we must not despair. I am glad that President Muhammadu Buhari has said that our country will not join the military coalition of Islamic nations that Saudi Arabia is putting together. This is a welcome development that has allayed the fears of many but it is clearly not enough and he must go further.

The next step that he must take is to properly address the agitation for Biafra and attempt to make life a little easier and better for the people of the East. He must acknowledge the fact that self-determination is an inalienable right and that the only way to forge national unity is by consensus and the enthronement of equity and justice and not by state-sponsored tyranny and the spilling of blood.
He must accept the fact that when you beat a child for long enough, one day he will stand up, say “enough is enough”, rise up in his own defence and beat you back. It is time for us to stop beating those that call themselves Biafrans and to stop regarding Biafra as a dirty word. It is time for us to enter into a meaningful dialogue with them rather than subject them to insults and opprobrium.

It takes nothing from Nigeria if and when we make these concessions. As a matter of fact the contrary is the case: it would simply confirm our humanity and reaffirm our sense of justice and decency. Whether those that hold the levers of power in our pathologically conservative and obsessive ruling class wish to acknowledge and accept it or not, today’s reality is that Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, rightly or wrongly, has become a hero to millions of young Igbos all over the world. His name is etched in their hearts and memories.

Like Che Guevera and Fidel Castro of old, he brings the hope of a new and better life to an aggrieved and abused people and a new generation. He is viewed by the majority of his kinsmen as the emancipator of an oppressed region and the champion of their collective aspirations and dreams. Simply put, he has been transformed and elevated into the status of a living symbol: a symbol of the their deep yearning for liberty and freedom.

We can be assured that the seed that he has planted in the psyche of the Igbo youth is here to stay. As each day passes, it grows bigger and stronger and it becomes more and more irresistible. The appropriate response to the agitation for Biafra is not the forceful establishment and implementation of an insidious and relentless religious and ethnic agenda, which is designed to hold Nigeria together by force because this will not work. Instead, it is a display of maturity, understanding, moderation, equity and fair play in all matters touching and concerning governance and the running of the Nigerian state. A better understanding and appreciation of this most basic of all principles will bring more stability to our country and more joy to our people. Indeed, it is the only way to guarantee our peace and it may well buy a united and indivisible Nigeria many more years.

Permit me to end this contribution with an insighful and timely word from Mr. Babatunde O. Gbadamosi who is an outstanding public commentator from an illustrious and distinguished lineage. On February 28th he wrote the following on his Facebook wall:

“The “Fulani Cattle Rearers” is a remix of the Serbian Vigilantes that Slobodan Milosevic used to intimidate the rest of Yugoslavia, until the Croats and the Albanians decided to fight back. Today, Yugoslavia is dead and buried, and Croatia is one of the success stories of Europe. If some people think they can intimidate the rest of us, the arms dealers are looking for customers, and the same people that sold them guns will sell to everyone else”.

I am a man of peace and I abhor violence, yet this is indeed food for thought.

The views and opinions expressed here are those of Femi Fani-Kayode and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of 360Nobs.com.

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Mr 2Kay’s Count It All Joy; The Review By Noble Igwe

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I’m one of those people that believe that Nigerian Music is beyond “Lagos” and the Lagos hype and as such I always pay attention to acts that started their music career outside of Lagos.

I can’t remember the first time I heard a record by Mr.2Kay but I knew he had something in him, so when I heard that he dropped an EP; I copped it and decided to share my verdict with you.

 

First Off

(1) In the Morning.

Written by Abinye D Jumbo & Doray

Produced by Ayzed

Mixed & Mastered by Brian.

This track is a melodic love song talking about a woman he adores and loves to see her face first thing in the morning and for the rest of the day.

I’d recommend this for lovers who are not used to the normal R&B songs and wants something with a feel of reggae.

 

(2) Number 1

Written by Abinye D Jumbo

Produced by Ayzed

Mixed & Mastered by Brian.

This track feels like a continuation of “In the Morning” and it’s a heavy wedding tune.

I loved it so much I had to write down the lyrics and I’d def recommend this for couples getting married.

 

Intro:
Wo i i Yah
Omo Na Ayzed do the beat ooh.
Mr 2kay! Pun the song

Chorus:
From today I make u my number one (Chai)
Na from today mi make u mi number one ah
No be mistake oh say u come my way
Girl no be mistake oh I give u the ring
No be mistake oh when u say I do
No be mistake oh nwa baby yo. o o o oh.

Verse 1:
You walk into my life girl I feel brand new
I dey think girl I say Na you
And if I sleep girl my dream Na you
Na you you you I swear na only you
Mi want u long time long long time ago
So come be mi lover, lover of mi soul
So baby come closer
Give me ur hands let me hold yeah
Girl am mo be ur soldier
Can’t let no bad man to hurt yah to hurt yah

Chorus:
Say today I make u my number one (Chai)
Na from today mi make u mi number one ah
No be mistake oh say u come my way
Girl no be mistake oh I give u the ring
No be mistake oh when u say I do
No be mistake oh nwa baby yo. o o o oh.

Verse2 :
I hope u know u’re my number one girl
(Holdup holdup)
The only way dey rock my world
From niaja to London we dey chop up
Girl ur body too sweet like a lorli pop pop
One plus one is equal to two
Of all them girls u know I choose u
Oh na na oh na na
girl take all u want form me
So baby come closer
Give me ur hands let me hold yeah
Girl am mo be ur soldier
Can’t let no bad man to hurt yah to hurt yah

Chorus:
Say today I make u my number one (Chai)
Na from today mi make u mi number one ah
No be mistake oh say u come my way
Girl no be mistake oh I give u the ring
No be mistake oh when u say I do
No be mistake oh nwa baby yo. o o o oh.

Bridge:
Mi want u long time long long time ago
So come be mi lover, lover of mi soul
So baby come closer
Give me ur hands let me hold yeah
Girl am mo be ur soldier
Can’t let no bad man to hurt yah to hurt yah.

Chorus:
Say today I make u my number one (Chai)
Na from today mi make u mi number one ah
No be mistake oh say u come my way
Girl no be mistake oh I give u the ring
No be mistake oh when u say I do
No be mistake oh nwa baby yo. o o o oh.

 

 

(3) Count It All

Written by Abinye D Jumbo

Produced & Mastered by Orbit.

It’s my second favorite song on the EP and a feel good song for anyone with a reason to be thankful.

On this track, Mr. 2Kay Thank God for how far, he’s brought him and production was smooth.

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(4) Ladder

Written by Abinye D Jumbo

Produced by Teamsalut

Mixed & Mastered by Suka Sounds

“ No fall the ladder when you take climb up, one day you go need am”

Ladder talks about the society and how people treat others when they’ve gotten all they need from them forgetting that they may need them sometime in the future.

Ladder is a highlife tune with heavy guitar that reminds me about growing up in eastern Nigeria.

I’d like to see a remix featuring Flavor, Ibliss or Phyno. When it happens, I want my 10%

 

(5) Wombolobo

Written by Abinye D Jumbo

Produced by Teamsalut

Mixed & Mastered by Suka Sounds

At this rate, I’m wondering if he’s still talking about same girl because it looks that way.

With Wombolobo, Mr.2Kay went to dancehall route and still brought excellence to the table of music.

This Track is a sure party song, not my favorite but as the rest, the production is “sound” and will definitely appeal to people in love with loud music.

 

(6) Woods

Written by Abinye D Jumbo

Produced by Handsmill

Mixed & Mastered by Handsmill

“She needs more wood for her fire”

I love the message in this track and attribute the message to both men and women, as women are not the only selling their bodies.

Woods is a conscious track and a jam in one.

 

(7) Who No Like Better Thing

Written by Abinye D Jumbo

Produced By Ayzed n Handsmill

Mixed & Mastered by Handsmill

This is one of the tracks on the song that I never wanted to end.

The production was smooth and balanced the message in the song and this track alone is reason enough to cop the EP.

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(8) Moniegram

Written by Abinye D Jumbo & Timaya

Produced by Orbeat n Ayzed

Mixed & Mastered by Suka Sounds

This track is a report of two South –South Boys who have made it in Lagos.

In this track Timaya and Mr.2Kay went on and on to tell us that they didn’t come to Lagos to watch Telemondo.

It’s a feel good track and club banger.

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(9) Bad Girl Special Remix Featuring Seyi Shay and Cynthia Morgan.

Written by Abinye D Jumbo, Seyi Shay & Cynthia Morgan

Produced by Ayzed

Mixed & Mastered by Suka Sounds

The original of this song was the song that brought Mr. 2kay to our attention and he used this remix to prove that he’s here to stay.

This is one of those songs that you cant say that any artist outshined the other.

Everyone featured on this track brought their A-game.

Mr. 2Kay won me over with this and all the TV stations couldn’t stop playing the video.

 

I usually don’t have the time to listen and review EPs,Albums and even singles but after listening to Mr. 2Kay’s material I decided not to keep it to myself .

 

Noble‘s Rating 8/10

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Nigerian Armed Forces Launch New ‘Harmonised’ Camouflage

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The Nigerian Armed Forces have inaugurated the harmonised military desert and woodland camouflage uniforms to check the proliferation of camouflage uniforms across the country.

The harmonised camouflage, which was launched on Monday in Lagos by the Air Force, will now be the official camouflage of the Nigerian Army, Nigerian Air Force and the Nigerian Navy.

The new development will have all the arms of the Nigerian military wearing the same camouflage uniform and also having a common system of identification.

The Air Officer Commanding, Logistics Command of the Nigerian Air Force, Air Vice Marshal Muhammadu Muhammed, who launched the camouflage on behalf of the Chief of Air Staff, opined that the introduction of the new harmonized camouflage will control the proliferation of camouflage among military, paramilitary and civil security outfits.

Muhammed said: “Over the years, the various armed services in Nigeria had used different shades of the camouflage for military operations and exercises.

“Akin to this was the proliferation of the camouflage among several security, paramilitary and civil security outfits.

“This development has dire implication on our national security. It is the recognition of these consequences that the higher management of defence adopted the Desert Camouflage and Woodland Camouflage for our Armed Forces.”

The Air Force boss also said that “the harmonisation is also expected to promote joint-ness among the Armed Forces, as well as foster comradeship and inter-service cooperation.

He added that the Nigerian Air Force had already distributed a total of 4,000 camouflage to the personnel, who are involved in internal security duties, while an additional 9,000 new camouflage would be distributed soon.

What would differentiate soldiers now would be the tags on the left side of the chest, signifying whether the soldier is an Airforce, Army or Naval officer.

Images of the new camouflage to be published later.

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Ese Allegedly Debunks Abduction Allegations, ‘I Want To Remain In Kano’

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In a shocking development, 14-year-old, Miss Ese Oruru; the girl who was allegedly abducted from her Bayelsa home and taken to Kano for a forced marriage has on the contrary stated that she is not interested in reuniting with her family, claiming also that she was not abducted from her home.

READ: 13 Year Old Girl Kidnapped And Forced Into Child Marriage After Being Converted To Islam

The teenager, in an exclusive audio recording obtained by Premium Times on Monday averred that she came to Kano to convert to Islam.

“My name is Aisha Chuwas. I am 17-year-old. I came here to be a Muslim and I will stay here,” she said in the audio, upon her interrogation by a police officer.

Huwaila Mohammed, a human rights lawyer, who was granted access to the teenage girl at the Zonal Police Headquarters in Kano, before her departure to Abuja, said upon interrogation, she understood the girl was never forced to convert to Islam.

“I was there to protect her rights,” Ms. Mohammed said. “When I approached her initially, she refused to talk to me. Later she opened up to me.

“She is very defiant. She told me she was born in February 1999. I personally wanted her to reunite with her family, but surprisingly she asked me to tell her mother that she will never return to Bayelsa.

“The police should ensure that she is protected and returned to her family. She is still not matured enough to take such a weighty decision without parental consent.”

While interrogating Miss Oruru’s lover, Yunusa Yellow, the human right lawyer established that he is 18-year-old man “not anywhere above 20”.

“I was surprised when I saw a very small boy. He is just 18-year old. I was enraged thinking that it was an old man involved in the saga. From the way I see it, they eloped not because of religion but love,” she said.

Ms Mohammed, however, maintained that Miss Oruru is a minor, and under Nigerian law, she is not considered matured enough to take a decision to convert to another religion and leave her parents.

Meanwhile, Ese and her alleged abductor were being flown to Abuja from Kano on Tuesday morning in company of an assistant commissioner of police and other top ranking officers.

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MUSIC: DJ Babus x Capital F.E.M.I – Be Together

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International DJ, Remixer, Producer and Writer – DJ BABUS – releases his first official single “Be Together”, a collaboration with R&B Superstar – CAPITAL F.E.M.I.

DJ Babus is considered to be Nigeria’s premier House Music DJ and shows his production skills on this Soulful House track accompanied by Capital F.E.M.I’s power vocals.

“House Music is a feeling, it has the power to transport people from the stress of their daily lives to a place of peace BUT makes room for people to groove and dance”

“Be Together” is the first single of DJ Babus soon to be released EUPHORIA EP while this is Capital F.E.M.I’s 1st release after his smash hit #Tumbo.



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Ese Oruru, Abductor Flown To Abuja Amid Tight Security

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The Bayelsa-born teenager, Miss Ese Oruru – who was abducted from her Bayelsa home and taken to Kano for a forced marriage – and her alleged abductor, Yunusa Yellow has been flown to Abuja on Tuesday morning amid tight security.

READ: 13 Year Old Girl Kidnapped And Forced Into Child Marriage After Being Converted To Islam

Government to take Ese Oruru's abductor to Court

Ese Oruru: the 14-year-old girl abducted from her Bayelsa home and taken to Kano for a forced marriage

This disclosure was made known to pressmen by the spokesperson for the Zone 1 Police Command, ASP. Rabilu Ringim.

READ ALSO: Kano Emirate Releases Statement On The Ese Ororu Controversy

According to him, the duo, who were being conveyed to the police headquarters in Abuja left Kano by road at 6 a.m. on Tuesday and will be taken to the Inspector General of Police, who will hand over the 14 years old girl to her family on arrival.

“They are on their way already, and the parents are expected in Abuja today where they would be reunited. She is being taken to Abuja based on the express instruction of the IG,” he said.

The zonal police spokesman was however silent on the fate of Yunusa, the alleged abductor, who was flown to Abuja with Ese.

READ ALSO: Federal Government To Take Ese Oruru’s Abductor To Court

The team accompanying Ese comprises of an assistant commissioner of police and other top ranking officers.

Meanwhile, the parents of Ese Oruru have said that they will only believe she is free when they see her.

Ese’s father, Charles, said despite being informed by the Commissioner of Police in Bayelsa that his daughter had been freed, he would wait until he meets her before celebrating.

“I won’t believe anything until I see my daughter, Ese, in person,” he said.

In the same vein, Ese’s mother, Rose said, “We have been hearing different rumours, but I won’t believe any of them until I see my daughter. When we went to Kano, the Emir said something about her being released to us, so why should I believe them this time?

But I will be happy to see my daughter back home with me and safe.

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MUSIC: Eva Alordiah – Cheating (Red Rose Cover)

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Apparently, Eva Alordiah’s 1960thealbum won’t be coming out soon as expected but the female rapper has decided to keep her fans updated with some of her old unreleased materials.

Below is a message from her:

I’d keep on updating this playlist with recorded and unreleased material from me for as long as you have to keep waiting for 1960thealbum.
I am so sorry. I would tell you what happened and why it has taken this long. But if I told you, even you would not believe half of the story!
I hope you enjoy these songs. Some of them are not properly engineered off the studio yet, but we recorded them over 2 years ago. I said to Tintin, Let it go. So I am letting them go.

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Nigerian Songstress Releases Video Dissing Ghanaian, Kenyan Vaginae

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Los Angeles based Nigerian singer, Princess Vitarah released a video titled Nigerian Pussy where she compares the vagina of Nigerian girls to that of girls from other countries.

Shot on the streets of LA by a Brian Lynch, Princess Vitarah claims Nigerian girls have vaginas that are the tightest and cream of the crop.

A part of the song goes,

“Nigerian p***y is the tightest
Kenya p**y is not
Nigerian p***y is the softest, it’s the cream of the crop
Naija p***y make a nigga wanna pay. I got it off the shelf and he bought it right away
I’ll make you fall in love, you will put nothing else above
And now we are rolling in the car that you bought me yesterday.”


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iLLBLiSS #Powerful may be his most impressive body of work yet

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iLLBLiSS, rapper, talent scout, head honcho, manager, husband and proud Igbo boy returns for another merry go round with his third studio album, #Powerful. iLLBLiSS, born Tobechukwu Melvin Ejiofor may be best known as the plus size rapper behind such banging hits as Aye po gan and Anamachikwanu but he shows on this record that he is a full human being and addresses the other facets to his life.

A proper indigenous rapper who ran the streets- and the charts-, long before the likes of Olamide and Reminisce knew how to secure record deals, iLLBLiSS evolved into a competent manager and administrator with his leadership of the Goretti Company which partnered with Clarence Peters’ Capital Hill to form an artiste management/recording company. It was Winston Churchill who uttered the lasting words, ‘’History will be kind to me for I intend to write it’’ and iLLBLiSS is taking advantage of the platform of his third studio album to begin to contemplate and document his legacy for future purposes.

All the introspection and setting records straight is all well and good but iLLBLiSS has been around long enough to know that for the project to have any chance at the cutthroat Nigerian market, it must first of all be aurally pleasing. And utterly danceable. With this in mind, Oga boss recruits two of the biggest hit magnets to do help him reach the youngsters; Olamide on the Yung D produced WTF remix and Legendary Beatz’ sole submission, Many men.

Both tracks are different yet both are the same. On the former, Olamide phones in a gimmicky verse that is instantly forgettable. It doesn’t matter though, his presence is really all that is needed. On the latter, an unusually generous Wizkid disappoints folks expecting a 50cent style gritty urban tale but the song is sure to remain on the playlists of deejays just for the Starboy’s presence alone. On both singles, as on almost every other song on the album, iLLBLiSS maintains a quality to his energy and wordplay that is not commonly seen on album projects anymore. The man knows how to craft crowd pleasers but he also knows how to situate them in the context of a thematic sound.

Like the title suggests, iLLBLiSS is aware of his career progression and on the title track, set to a not so subtle rehash of the classic Emi ni baller beat, iLLBLiSS reels out his achievements, evident mostly in the stellar roster of artistes whose career he has had a hand in. He claims responsibility for Phyno, Chidinma, Tha Suspect among others and the entire Capital Nation (Chidinma, Peteru, Mz Kiss and Fefe) comes together for the team building Finally (Adekunle), a scattershot mix of unlikely bed mates. It is desperately inferior to the tight compact familiarity of Emi ni baller but even at his weakest, iLLBLiSS still manages to do decent work.

Themes of unity, family and love are also present on #Powerful and iLLBLiSS isn’t afraid to show off his emotional side. On the cheesy and initially off putting L.OV.E Y.O.U, (with Kcee and his horrid Limpopo dance,) iLLBLiSS goes for simple but powerful declarations like, I made it from dark to the light/ I love you coz you taught me fight. iLLBLiSS may be boss of the Hill but every king needs his queen, so the previously released Idiche, highlighted by the haunting melodies of Mike Aremu is essentially a love letter to his wife that comes straight from the heart.

As an Igbo man, iLLBLiSS is also all about the money and gigantic anthems like Bank alert (with the remix) and Chukwu agozigo gi hearken to the aspirations of every human being who ever hustled for daily bread. On the celebratory Young n balling, he even declares himself the rap version of Tony Elumelu. He allows for some reflection on Looking back and on these songs, he favours simple but evocative story telling techniques over unnecessary bursts of flashy wordplay.

Different kind of war was maybe the best rap song recorded in 2015. The unforgettable opening lines still pack a wallop almost one year after. Another bomb just went off we’re numb to this/The president is looking clueless we’re used to this. The rest of the song points fingers and does not relent for the next 3 minutes, demanding instant sober reflection.

#Powerful is exactly what the title suggests, a punchy piece of work that makes a case for iLLBLiSS as one of the best of his time. He has some understanding of the concept of the album and is careful to attach his name to only work that is of a certain quality. He may be given to episodes of empty braggadocio (as per popular hip hop dictates,) but as an artiste and human being, the material on #Powerful is proof that he has done some growing up.

—  Wilfred Okiche (@DrWill20)

 

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Who Designed Ciara’s LLAM3 Look? Swanky Jerry And Toyin Lawani Both Claim Credits

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Who designed Ciara’s LLAM3 look – Ciara was the biggest celebrity in Nigeria over the weekend as she made an appearance at the 3rd edition of Dare Art-Alade’s music concert, Love Like A Movie.

Who designed Ciara's LLAM3 look

Who designed Ciara’s LLAM3 look?

While Ciara looked stunning as she delivered an amazing performance, questions have been raised as to who was the stylist behind her look.

READ: Clad In Iro and Buba, Ciara Visits Secondary Schools In Lagos

Two popular celebrity stylists, Jeremiah Ogbodo of Swanky’s Signatures Styling and Toyin Lawani of Tiannah Styling have both claimed credits for the look.

It is particularly surprising considering the anathema between both stylists, which began during Toyin Lawani’s fall out with former BFF, Tonto Dikeh.

Both stylists took to their Instagram pages to claim credits for the looks. Who actually styled Ciara? Check them out below!

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No Super Eagles Comeback For Enyeama: Veteran Goalkeeper Refuses To Return

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No Super Eagles comeback for Enyeama – Veteran Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama has ruled out any possibility of a return to the Super Eagles.

No Super Eagles comeback for Enyeama

No Super Eagles comeback for Enyeama

The Lille stopper had quit the Super Eagles following a publicized camp battle with then manager Sunday Oliseh. Enyeama had arrived late to the camp following his mother’s funeral, but was booted out by Oliseh.

READ: Vincent Enyeama Saga: NFF Stands By Sunday Oliseh

Enyeama had subsequently announced his retirement, and though reports have suggested that new Eagles handler Samson Siasia was trying to call him back, Enyeama is not interested in returning.

“I don’t want to talk about this issue again. I think my earlier decision stands,” the former Eagles captain said in an interview with Brilla FM.

The other player who quit the Eagles during Oliseh’s tenure, Emmanuel Emenike has also revealed he was not interested in making a return.

 

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FOREX Critics Face Shame As Naira Gains Value Against Dollar

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Speculators have gotten their fingers burnt severely in the sharp appreciation of the Naira against the Dollar at the parallel market as strong indications have emerged on the efforts of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to stabilise the country’s currency.

READ ALSO: Naira Rises To ₦364 Against Dollar For 2nd Day In A Row On Parallel Market

According to a high ranking official of the Apex Bank, the deployment of a number of measures by the bank may have turned the tide in the foreign exchange (FOREX) market and led to the severe punishment suffered by currency hoarders and speculators.

The CBN had last week held that foreign currency speculators were to be blamed for the spiraling inflation of the naira, which depreciated to an all-time low of almost N400 to the dollar.

Governor Godwin Emefiele of the Apex Bank had accused speculators who connived with bureau de change operators to undermine the efforts of the bank of propping up the naira and warned that such speculators would eventually be punished by the market.

Last week, it became apparent that the recent depreciation of the naira was not as a result of genuine demand but the insatiable urge of speculators, many of whom had got burnt in the sharp appreciation of the naira.

READ ALSO: Naira Strengthens Against Dollar After Buhari’s Defiance On Devaluation

The value of the naira which started last week at N367 rose to N350 by Tuesday and N305 by Wednesday.

There had been a wide gap between the selling price and the buying price on Wednesday, as Money changers bought from customers at N270 per dollar but sold at average of N305 per dollar.

Speaking on the wide gap between the buying rate and selling, a bureau de change operator said: “People had bought when the rate was N370, and they are already making losses. But by combining dollars bought at N270, the average buying rate becomes N320. So at N305, they are still losing about N15 per dollar.”

Although it rose again to N350 to the dollar at the close of business activities on Thursday, the naira closed the week stronger at N315 to the dollar.

READ ALSO: Again, Buhari Says No To Devaluation Of Naira

Counting their losses, a good number of the sellers who had suffered huge losses confessed that they had bought at the rate of N380, hoping to sell at N400 before the sudden turn in fortunes.

Meanwhile, a source within the apex bank said: “The aim of the CBN is to ensure that the divergence between the official and parallel rate does not exceed N3, so we are looking at a parallel market rate of N200 to the dollar because the downward trend in the pressure on the naira will be sustained. The CBN has the capacity to sustain the downward pressure and will deploy further currency management initiatives while capitalising on fiscal policies of the federal government to remain in support of non-devaluation of the naira. The current stand of the federal government on Nigeria’s legal tender is non-devaluation. It will be unwise for anybody to be hoarding dollars because we can assure you that the naira appreciation is going to trend upwards going forward.”

Currently, the naira as gained value against the dollar which sells at N305.

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FOREX Critics Face Shame As Naira Gains Value Against Dollar

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Speculators have gotten their fingers burnt severely in the sharp appreciation of the Naira against the Dollar at the parallel market as strong indications have emerged on the efforts of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to stabilise the country’s currency.

READ ALSO: Naira Rises To ₦364 Against Dollar For 2nd Day In A Row On Parallel Market

According to a high ranking official of the Apex Bank, the deployment of a number of measures by the bank may have turned the tide in the foreign exchange (FOREX) market and led to the severe punishment suffered by currency hoarders and speculators.

The CBN had last week held that foreign currency speculators were to be blamed for the spiraling inflation of the naira, which depreciated to an all-time low of almost N400 to the dollar.

Governor Godwin Emefiele of the Apex Bank had accused speculators who connived with bureau de change operators to undermine the efforts of the bank of propping up the naira and warned that such speculators would eventually be punished by the market.

Last week, it became apparent that the recent depreciation of the naira was not as a result of genuine demand but the insatiable urge of speculators, many of whom had got burnt in the sharp appreciation of the naira.

READ ALSO: Naira Strengthens Against Dollar After Buhari’s Defiance On Devaluation

The value of the naira which started last week at N367 rose to N350 by Tuesday and N305 by Wednesday.

There had been a wide gap between the selling price and the buying price on Wednesday, as Money changers bought from customers at N270 per dollar but sold at average of N305 per dollar.

Speaking on the wide gap between the buying rate and selling, a bureau de change operator said: “People had bought when the rate was N370, and they are already making losses. But by combining dollars bought at N270, the average buying rate becomes N320. So at N305, they are still losing about N15 per dollar.”

Although it rose again to N350 to the dollar at the close of business activities on Thursday, the naira closed the week stronger at N315 to the dollar.

READ ALSO: Again, Buhari Says No To Devaluation Of Naira

Counting their losses, a good number of the sellers who had suffered huge losses confessed that they had bought at the rate of N380, hoping to sell at N400 before the sudden turn in fortunes.

Meanwhile, a source within the apex bank said: “The aim of the CBN is to ensure that the divergence between the official and parallel rate does not exceed N3, so we are looking at a parallel market rate of N200 to the dollar because the downward trend in the pressure on the naira will be sustained. The CBN has the capacity to sustain the downward pressure and will deploy further currency management initiatives while capitalising on fiscal policies of the federal government to remain in support of non-devaluation of the naira. The current stand of the federal government on Nigeria’s legal tender is non-devaluation. It will be unwise for anybody to be hoarding dollars because we can assure you that the naira appreciation is going to trend upwards going forward.”

Currently, the naira as gained value against the dollar which sells at N305.

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