Jonathan Accuses Politicians Of Replacing Military Coups With Political Coups

  Former President Goodluck Jonathan has accused African politicians of systematically replacing military coups with political coups. Speaking at Okada, Edo State after being conferred with an honourary doctorate degree of Science at the 17th convocation ceremony of the Igbinedion University, Jonathan said; “Only yesterday in one African country, we were discussing the politics of our continent. “Most of us were former Heads of State, presidents, former presidents and vice presidents. The way African politics is going, we are replacing military coups with civilian coups and that cannot sustain the continent.” Speaking on behalf of other awardees, Jonathan said, “Let me plead with my fellow politicians, they should stop killing [Read]

My Beauty is For Nigerian Politicians – Bobrisky Warns ‘Broke Guys’

Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, also known as BOBRISKY, on Saturday warned “Broke Guys” who come after her relationship to steer clear.  Bobrisky had earlier told his fans that he had become a transgender, and would love to be addressed as a woman. The cross-dresser took a swipe at some boys as broke, saying his beauty is for politicians in Nigeria and in other countries. The UNILAG graduate stated that he didn’t become a shemale for broke boys, warning them to stay away from him. “Bia!!! All this broke men coming to my dm to tell me they love me don’t let me SLAP you. “So you mean I turn shemale because [Read]

Eight politicians with N232bn corruption cases working for Buhari’s re-election – READ MORE

  At least eight out of the politicians working for the re -election of President Muhammadu Buhari in the February 2019 election have pending corruption cases worth N 232 bn , checks by Saturday PUNCH have revealed . Investigation by our correspondents showed that the amount involved in the various graft cases , which are currently pending before security agencies , especially the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission , range from N 223 m to N100 bn for each of the politicians . Some of the eight politicians , who used to be members of the Peoples Democratic Party and other opposition parties, had allegedly defected to the ruling All [Read]