As the video of Gov Oshiomole’s callousness went viral yesterday, he then apologised during a courtesy visit by the Federation of Muslim Women’s Association of Nigeria (FOMWAN). Before you go ahead to read his so called apology, hear me out.
I commend his effort in apologising, however, there is no sense of empathy in his apology. There is no plans of returning this woman’s goods to her, infact there was nothing about way forward uttered by the Governor for this woman. Instead, he made an excuse as to why he made such an ignorant comment in front of the public. His excuse was *ANGER* and the fact that people took to social media to make a fuss about it. I am surprised though, that he didn’t blame it on the devil as most people will do *rolling my sexy eyes*.
On a more serious note, the Governor’s apology is an apology in itself….if you catch my drift. Unfortunately Nigeria is not developed enough to force his exit from that seat. This is what developed countries will do and that is why there is fair human right acts in these countries. His ass needs to be kicked, so that he will tell the good people of Nigeria what plans he has for the widows and poor people in his State. He is just there uttering more rubbish and saying that the modern society has made women bread winners, however, they should work hard in keeping the community clean *like seriously???. Gosh! I am very much disappointed by this meaningless apology, compared to how I felt after watching the inhumane video. I must repeat myself again! DEAR GOVERNOR…heed to my free advice by:
Creating alternative options for the poor before crucifying them for breaking the law. First build low cost shops for hawkers (a very tiny shop with a shelf between them and buyers). At least put a low cost shop scheme for them and collect monthly payments till they gain ownership of their respective shops through their sales…it is not rocket science SIMPLES!!!!!
Below is his shameful apology as reported by Vanguard Newsonline: Continue reading
Governor Adams Oshiomole
A shocking video has emerged showing a helpless widow kneeling before the almighty Governor Adam Oshiomole of Edo State Nigeria, pleading with the Governor and his thugs not to confiscate her only means of livelihood as she is a widow.
To the amazement of helpless onlookers, while the woman was crying and pleading with the Governor to spare her goods, she said to the Governor, “I am a widow sir”, and his response was “GO and DIE”.
My questions are quite simple, Continue reading
Sasha in little black dress
The talented female rap artist could not hide her black undies from the paparazzi at Davido’s 21st Birthday Party. So ladies lesson to learn ….if you put on dem small dress…endeavour to cross those chicken LEGS OF YOURS!!!!!!!
Lawyer: Victor Aguku
I am not sure that the caption clearly captures what this brief article is all about but I will make an attempt to present my point in clear terms.
For some time now there has been this agitation by various ethnicities and or geopolitical zones in Nigeria for a national conference to discuss the various challenges facing the nation with a view to finding a fair and long lasting solution. Some have even called for an outright balkanisation of the country. However, all the agitators seem to agree or present the notion that a conference to discuss these challenges will solve all or almost solve all the inherent defects and challenges confronting the nation but I beg to disagree.
In as much as there is an urgent need for us as a people within a geographical entity called Nigeria to confront our fears headlong and tackle the challenges facing us in national discuss I do observe that there is an inherent defect in all these agitations which we have either overlooked or have failed to recognise as the most important factor in the challenges facing us. This factor is our regards or disregards or value or none value of HUMAN LIFE. Everything happening in Nigeria today points clearly to the fact that we have almost a zero value or regards for human life. What a few Nigerians have value or regards for is personal life and this value or regards is even contestable. Continue reading
The baby in the picture is Halle Onyinyechi Ikejimba, she is 6 months old and currently lives in Calabar, Nigeria with her mum.
Halle has a rare and life-threatening childhood liver disease called Biliary Atresia. The condition affects approximately 1 in 16,000 infants shortly after birth. Biliary Atresia is not hereditary. There is no known cause and there is no cure. The best procedure to save this child’s life will be by Liver transplant and finding a donor can take forever, which is why many children die of this chronic illness. However, in Halle’s case we thank God that Continue reading
Mrs and Mrs P. Okoye
I remember calling Peter a celebrity he goat because of producing pikin outside wedlock. But remember 2face sang “nobody holy pass* which includes me….Lmao. So today, I take back my words as I congratulate Peter and Lola for their fabulous traditional wedding.
I heard D’Banj was stuck in South Africa and could not attend the celebrity flooded wedding, in his voice *hmmmmnnnn…No Long Thing*….lol.
Here are some celebrity faces at the wedding: Continue reading
So rumour has it that Cossy Orjiakor will be making a trip to LA where she will officially sign her policy papers on her balloons. What is your asset worth? Have you insured it yet?….Lmao.
See Pictures of female celebrities who insured their body parts and how much they are worth: Continue reading