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Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Actress Empress Njamah and her signature nails stuns in new photos

Empress just shared new pictures and she got praised by most of her fans for looking simple yet classy. However, the only thing that caught my attention was her very long nails. Empress once granted in an interview that she doesn't make her nails in Nigeria and even though she decides to, it's done by just one woman. 
see more photos below

Instagram celebrity Fat Jew claims Diddy is gay, he caught him in a male-only orgy

Diddy is gay
According to Instagram celebrity, Fat Jew  he walked into one of P Diddy's ORGYs just before it started.

Fat Jew says that he was invited to a party at Diddy's Miami residence. He claims that he was wandering around the mansion, when he stumbled upon a room - where it was a bunch of men lying around in a "pre-orgy."

He then said that Diddy was hugged up and "spooning" with popular House DJ Producer Felix da Housecat. The two men, were allegedly drinking Hennesey together, out the same cup. Listen to dude tell his story and decide, if you BELIEVE what he's saying:

See Photo of the baby born without a nose

Timothy Eli Thompson
Timothy Eli Thompson was born March 4, to the joy of his mother, but with a rare condition that leaves him without a nose. The condition called congenital complete arhinia leaves him without any external nasal structures and passage. This condition is found in 1 in 197 million people!
Eli's mother, Brandi McGlathery, knew something was special about Eli the minute her doctor laid him on her chest.

"I pulled back and said, 'Something's wrong!'" she told "And the doctor said, 'No, he's perfectly fine.' Then I shouted, 'He doesn't have a nose!'"

After thorough examination in a neonatal intensive care unit, the doctors carried out a tracheotomy to help him breathe.

He's healthy now and can go home, but he'll be going with 25,000 new friends. And he isn't even a month old yet!

Eli, who is now Facebook famous has a fan page with over 25,000 fans documenting his story.

Someone even went ahead to set up a campaign fundraiser which has garnered about $7,000

Between actress Halima Abubakar and her fans on Instagram (See screenshots)

Actress Halima Abubakar shared a picture on her Instagram page to make a note of warning to those who advertise their products on her page. Her fans who felt she ought to be privileged that people use her page to advertise their products dropped their comments, but a very angry Halima unleashed her anger on one of them by blocking her.
Her colleague Tonto Dikeh who many reported that they are at loggerheads due to hatred which resulted from their encounter with a herbalist droped a comment and Halima replied her.
Peep below to find all the screen shots of what went down her page.

35-year old man arrested for shaving woman’s pubic hair in Benin (Photo)

 Ibrahim Adamu is currently in the police net in Benin city for allegedly shaving the pubic hair of a 25-year old woman, Jumai Jasper,
A ‎35-year old man, Ibrahim Adamu is currently in the police net in Benin city for allegedly shaving the pubic hair of a 25-year old woman, Jumai Jasper, while sleeping in his room.

Edo State Police Commissioner, Samuel Adegbuyi, who paraded Adamu and 27 others at the ‎state police command headquarters on Wednesday, said the suspect lured the victim “into his room, shave her arm pit hair and her pubic hair without her consent.”

Adamu, a resident of Aduwawa community in Benin who hails from Funtua local government area of Katsina state, confessed to shaving the woman’s pubic hair while sleeping, but said that the woman was his girlfriend.
“I shaved the pubic hair of the woman because I wanted to sleep with her, she is my girlfriend,” he said.

He however denied that he did it for ritual purposes, adding that, he threw away the hair away afterwards.

Ibrahim added that when the woman woke up and discovered that he had shaved off her hair, she demanded the hair but when he could not produce it, she raised alarm and the people around the place called the police ‎who arrested him immediately.

The police commissioner said investigation was still ongoing into the case.

Patience Jonathan finally congratulates Buhari's wife (Read)

Wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience has congratulated Hajia Aisha Buhari, wife of the President-elect on her husband’s victory during the Saturday’s presidential election.

In a three-paragraph statement by her media aide, Ayo Adewuyi, Mrs. Jonathan appealed to Nigerian women to support Hajia Buhari in order to succeed in her new assignment.

The statement read, “The First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan (Mama Peace) has congratulated the wife of the President elect, Hajia Aisha Buhari on the election of her husband, General Muhammadu Buhari.

“The First Lady appeals to the Nigerian women to work with Hajia Aisha Buhari and give her the maximun support to make her succeed in her new assignment.

“The First Lady (Mama Peace) wishes her well in her new task.”

See photos of the woman that broke into tears when Buhari received his INEC certificate

This woman broke down in tears while General Mohammadu Buhari received his certificate of return from INEC chairman.
Peep below to see her photos

Jonathan Is An Example To The World -- European Union

The European Union (EU) Observer Mission for Nigeria’s 2015 general elections on Wednesday described President Goodluck Jonathan as a good example to the world following the conduct of the polls and concession victory to his opponent without rancour.

‎Head of the EU Observer Mission, Santiago Fisas said:

“I congratulate him (Jonathan) for that and I seized the opportunity to give to him our preliminary report about the election.

“He was very happy and of course, I will come back in July with the final statement at a press conference and to give it to the new President and our recommendations would be contained in the final report.

“The elections are so important for the people of Nigeria, but it is an African example for all Africa and countries in the world.

“You know many people didn’t expect that the elections will be peaceful, they expected a lot of violence after the elections but it turned out not to be true.

“Also, I congratulate President Jonathan but I would like to congratulate Nigerian people because they showed a lot of commitment to that election.

“Not in all circumstances would you see such that, people stood in the sun for a very long and hot day, despite some of these problems. It shows that you Nigerians are truly democratic.”

Meet the sign Language Interpreter of the election result announcement (Photo)

 Peter Leye Oyekale

This is the man who happens to be one of the three people that handled the sign language during the election result announcement. He goes by the name Peter Leye Oyekale and he resides in Abuja.
Some people felt he did the sign of the cross when Kano result was announced, Peter however took to twitter to set the record straight. lol

Find his tweet below

"It's clear to see who has done better after Mo'hits break up" - Olumide blasts Dbanj

The 2015 presidential election is over and celebrities are calling out each other for supporting different parties. Funmi Iyanda’s younger brother, Olumide Iyanda, a staunch APC supporter has taken a swipe at D’banj for supporting Goodluck Jonathan during his campaign and compared him with Don Jazzy, saying we actually now know who is doing better after Mo’hits breakup.

Find his tweet below

Fire Guts Arrival Terminal Of Murtala Mohammed International Airport

Airline passengers and others scampered for safety following a fire outbreak at the arrival hall of Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA), Ikeja.
The fire was said to have been caused by an underground cable and was however put under control by the fire officers from FAAN.

Passengers said they were not happy with the officials of FAAN as they failed to address them on the situation.

Beyonce and daughter Blue Ivy rocks matching sunglasses (Photo & Video)

Beyonce and her daughter Blue Ivy rocked matching sunglasses in a new video she just shared.
Find the video below
A video posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on
Beyonce who has about 28 million followers is not following anyone on Instagram including her husband. Wow, her name queen Bey wasn't coined for fun. Superstar!!!

See how Nigerian Prostitutes are celebrating Buhari's presidential win

The National Association of Nigeria Prostitutes NANP, has congratulated the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari on his victory in the just concluded presidential election.

The group while describing Buhari’s emergence as the president-elect as victory for all Nigerians, equally saluted the outgoing leader, President Goodluck Jonathan for accepting defeat without pushing further.

Restating its earlier promise, the group said it is declaring three days of free sex nationwide to celebrate Buhari’s victory.

The group had in a statement issued in January promised declare a-three day free sex across the country if president Jonathan eventually loses the seat to Gen. Muhammadu Buhari of APC.

NANP in a text message sent out Wednesday morning urged its members nationwide to comply with the directive.

The terse statement sent by its National Secretary, Jessica Elvis called on Buhari to legalise commercial sex work as well as improve their welfare.

“Hi Ameh, please kindly extend NANP’s felicitation to Gen. Buhari for winning the presidential election. On behalf of every member of NANP, we heartily congratulate the People’s General for winning the poll. As part of our earlier promise, we will be declaring a three-day free sex nationwide. We want all our members to honour this directive. We want to use this privilege to beg the President-elect to look into the welfare of this association. We believe his victory will surely better this harmless struggle,” the SMS read.

"Best Therapy for Recovery is Versace" - Actress Rukky Sanda

Rukky Sanda
Actress Rukky Sanda got her wisdom tooth pulled out few days ago, and to feel better she went to a retail therapy. 
She said
"#GettingBetter The Medusa Just Brightened Up My Day… #Versace…Best Therapy 4 Recovery… LOL! Can i show u guys a pic of my wisdom tooth? rotflTz so bloody*** who knew our teeth had like 3 sort of like branches inside, so long*** Ewww!!! I think d pic is too bloody and gross for instagram but i really wanna show it off*** Hahaahaaaaa…am crazy!!! I know! Err1 on my bb experienced d horror. Lol! i loved there priceless Ewwws!!! & Expression… Lagos in a min*** kiss me."

Rukky Sanda  versace

N.B:- Rose Powell dear, pls kindly send your mobile number to my email.

Update on Ondo Bank robbery!!! Police arrest suspect in Edo State

You all recall the brutal robbery incident that took place in four commercial banks in Owo, Ondo State that left about 10 people dead including a bank manager. The Nigeria Police has however arrested a suspect in Edo State.
According to Punch Ng, The Edo State Police Command on Wednesday paraded one, Etopa Sadiq, suspected to have taken part in last Thursday’s bank robbery in Owo, Ondo State.

‎The robbers, numbering about 40, had attacked four commercial banks and a police station in the town, leaving at least 20 persons dead.

The robbers, who reportedly arrived in about 10 vehicles, were also said to have carted away larged sums of cash, arms and ammunition.

‎The Commissioner of Police, Mr. Samuel Adegbuyi, who paraded the suspect at the state police headquartres in Benin, the state capital, explained that the 35-year-old man was arrested after a gun battle with officers of the command, following information that the suspected robbers had fled to Ibilo in Akoko Edo Local Government Area of the state.

He also said the fleeing robbers abandoned assault riffles and other munition at the scene of the arrest.

“After the robbery, the hoodlums headed towards Ibilo in Edo State, where police operatives of the command intercepted them in a gun battle, which made some of them to flee while one suspect, by name Etopa Sadiq ‘m’, was arrested.”

“Efforts are in top gear in arresting the fleeing suspects,” Adegbuyi said.

Items said to have been recovered from the scene included seven AK 47 riffles, three Riot Gunners, two SMGs, two Lar riffles, four TO6 riffles, one Scorpion riffle, one Berretta riffle, Chief Revolver pistol, two Pump Action‎ guns and one Tasser riffle.

See what is currently happening in Buhari's home (Photos)

After being declared the President-elect of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari’s residence is now in celebration mode.

Among the several chieftains of the All Progressives Congress Party present in his residence are: Bola Tinubu, Bisi Akande, Abiola Ajimobi, John Odigie-Oyegun, and several others.

Photo credit:- YNaija

" We have no regrets about our candidate or the way in which we conducted our campaign" - Femi Fani Kayode releases election statement

Ladies and gentlemen of the media,

We have come here today to express our gratitude to the Nigerian people for the overwhelming support that we received over the last few weeks when it comes to the issue of the Presidential election.

We fought a virile, strong, aggressive and very effective campaign on behalf of our candidate, President Goodluck Jonathan and we put the case to the Nigerian people as to why we believe that he ought to have been elected as President for a second term.

We are very proud of the efforts of our President and of our party and we are also very proud of the efforts of every single one of those who participated in the Presidential Campaign Organisation. As a Directorate we could not have asked for anything more in terms of support and encouragement from our colleagues and comrades within the party and the Campaign Organisation. I am personally very proud of my team, every single one of them; my Assistant Directors, my officers, my advisory team and every single one of those that joined hands to help us to state our case and to sell our candidate to the Nigerian people.

It has however come to a point that we must tell the world and the Nigerian people about how we feel about the outcome of the election. What we will say here today is basically to reiterate and to reflect the words of our leader and President, President Goodluck Jonathan. We start by saying that we commend and we congratulate General Muammadu Buhari for winning this election. We also wish to commend our President, President Goodluck Jonathan, for having the courage to concede that he has lost the election at the earliest moment and also for being able to stand up and rise above party politics and being able to speak like a statesman.

We therefore urge the Nigerian people and our teeming supporters to stand firm and continue to support the democratic process and continue to agitate for a better Nigeria. We urge them to continue to support our party the PDP as best as they can even though we lost this election. We ask them to co-operate with the incoming government and to remember that we are first and foremost Nigerians before anything else.
On the day of the election when I went to vote at Ile-Ife, I held a press conference in which I told the people that more than anything else that we should try our very best to keep the peace in this country and to keep the country moving forward. I also reminded them that in every election there will always be a winner and a loser. It is a mark of our humanity and it is also symptomatic of the type of people that we are and who we are that when the time comes we can say we fought a good fight but we lost.

And having lost, it does not mean that it is the end to the world, it just means that we need to re-group, re-organise ourselves and begin the process all over again because another elections will come in a few years time. And that is where we are today. We have conceded that we have lost. We acknowledge the fact that we fought a good fight. We do not have any fears about the future. We did the right thing during the campaign. We have no regrets about our candidate or the way in which we conducted our campaign and we will live to fight another day

Finally let me commend all our colleagues on the other side for also standing up for what they believed in. There wasabsolutely nothing personal as regards this Directorate or myself. I had nothing personal against anybody. I was simply doing my job for which I have no regrets and I wish them well and I sincerely hope that they will take Nigeria to a level that we can all be proud of.

May God grant each and everyone of us peace. May He watch over our nation. May He guide our President for the next two months whilst he is still in power and thereafter and may He guide and lead the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, in the herculean task that lies ahead for him. My prayer is that he brings our nation together, heals the wounds and that he builds the bridges in terms of religion, ethnicity and region that he needs to build in order for us to make Nigeria a better place and to ensure that Nigeria becomes a great country that she is destined to be.

I want to end this message by thanking our colleagues in the press for always responding to us so quickly and for always being ready to hear our message and for putting it out there. Also those on the social media, both friend and foe, we thank you for your efforts. We thank our foes because they kept us on our toes and we thank our friends because they encouraged us and gave us hope.
May God grant you all peace and joy and may you live long and prosper.

God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

BREAKING NEWS: Osinbajo, Vice President-Elect Dropped As VP…The Tinubu’s Connection


Prof Yemi Osinbajo Before now, Pastor Tunde Bakare of Latter Rain Assembly raised an alarm that the position of Vice President brought up by Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu was not vacant, many people waved it aside.

The controversial man of God said then that he was asked to write a resignation letter even before the conduction of the election. Today, his word seems coming to fruition as we gathered that professor Oluyemi Oluleke Osinbajo, the vice president-elect has been asked to resign which he did this morning.

Meanwhile, Pastor Osinbajo in his statement cited that God spoke to him to squarely face His work and leave politics for the partisans.

Professor Osinbajo is a Nigerian Senior Advocate, Professor of Law and a Senior Partner at a law firm. He became the vice president-elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria after APC beat PDP in the 2015 presidential election.

You know what date is today, you’ve just been caught off guard! A P R I L F O O L!!!

Welcome to the Month of April! A Month of a new era!

Jonathan ‘has nothing to fear from me’- Buhari Says

Nigeria’s president-elect Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday sought to reconcile past differences with incumbent Goodluck Jonathan, extending a hand of friendship to his beaten election opponent.

“Let me state clearly: President Jonathan has nothing to fear from me,” he said in Abuja after his victory was confirmed in the early hours. “He is a great Nigerian and still our president.”

He added: “Democracy and the rule of law will be established in the land. Let’s put the past behind us, especially the recent past. We must forget our old battles and past grievances and forge ahead.”

Self proclaimed Trend Setter Halima Abubakar rocks floral outfit (Photos)

Halima Abubakar rocks floral outfit
Actress Halima Abubakar who boasted in an interview that she is a trendsetter and people often look forward to steal her style rocked this floral print modern day blouse and wrapper. You like?
Peep below to see a full picture of the outfit

Halima Abubakar rocks floral outfit

Read Banky W’s interesting piece about the Presidential election

The morning after..
It has been quite an interesting time in our Nation's History. Exhilarating for some, disappointing for others... but interesting nonetheless. The announcement of the 2015 Election results has dominated every news medium, traditional and social media platform in the last few days. Alongside most Nigerians worldwide, I was glued to my television throughout the process as INEC members slowly read out each result from each state, and then as the Chairman Mr Jega gave the final results and declared the winner.

Now that the dust has settled a little, it's time to share some of my random thoughts on what has just happened, and celebrate/highlight some of the key factors.

Here's to the President-elect, General Muhammudu Buhari. Congratulations Sir on your victory. Yours is a lesson of perseverance. After contesting and failing in 2003, 2007 and 2011, some would have understandably thrown in the towel on this particular goal. But it's never failure until you give up, give in and quit trying. There's a lesson for all of us in this. When you get knocked down, you get back up, dust yourself off, re-strategize, and try again. That's precisely what he did, and now he's the President-Elect. He's got a tough job ahead of him...the economy is coming upon harsh times; oil prices have crashed and foreign reserves have been depleted. The Unemployment rate and poverty index in Nigeria is at an all time high. General Buhari's administration have their work cut-out for them, and here's hoping they hit the ground running. It's time to cut the excesses of times past... time to focus on what's truly important to the Nigerian people, and make significant strides in the right direction. Everything needs improvement. Security, Employment, Power, Education... you name it. Change is what we voted for, and change they must deliver.

Here's to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. Many of us have been vocal critics of the present administration over the past couple of years... but you've left a legacy of conducting/overseeing/allowing two free & fair elections to hold in Nigeria. That's more than any other President can say in our Nation's history. You've also been gracious in defeat, and your move to quickly congratulate the opposition has probably helped ease the atmosphere in these tense times. That these elections have been MOSTLY violence-free, is no small feat. Your position, that neither you nor any politician's ambition, is worth the blood of any Nigerian, is noble, applaudable, and appreciated. If you're going to go out, this is the way to do it.. with your head held high and your dignity intact.

Here's to Chairman of INEC, Professor Attahiru Muhammudu Jega. You've overseen such an intricate, tense, political process and come out mostly spotless. In recent times your job has probably been the most powerful and the most stressful in Nigeria, and yet you handled your affairs as cool as the other side of the pillow. Never once losing your temper, never once succumbing to pressure or drama, never once letting people see you sweat. Your attitude, manner, and competence in dealing with highly sensitive tasks and times, is one that is exemplary to all Nigerians. This is how to become a living legend. Our hope, however, is that INEC will improve upon this exercise and learn some very necessary lessons. The process to collate, calculate and announce results took entirely too long. It's 2015... we can't at this point, be that adverse to the use of excel sheets and calculators. Too much time passed between when votes were cast and when the results were announced that could be interpreted as an avenue for rigging to occur. The situation and allegations in States such as Rivers, and some areas in the North and East, should also be looked into for the purpose of eliminating any areas of malpractice in the future.

Here's to the young people that were actively involved in the political process this time around. It was encouraging to see more of us participate. For instance, one of the parties used peers of mine like Adebola Williams and Chude Jideonwo (and their media platforms) to handle their PR and campaign activities with great success; while other parties used spokespeople who some say may have done more harm than good. Sites like LindaIkeji's blog, Bella Naija, and YNaija, were just as, if not more important to candidates and voters, than traditional newspapers and media. This shows the innate tremendous power and influence that young people and our platforms have. Don't be surprised when you see some of these young people being appointed in strategic powerful positions in the near future.

Here's to the Nigerian People. This 2015 Election marks the first time in our history, that an incumbent President has been voted out of power. That in and of itself is a mark of a true democracy, and a sign that power still belongs to the people. My hope is that this will serve notice to the incoming administration at the Federal, State and Local levels. Gone are the days when our leaders can do whatever they like, and expect to remain in power with little to no backlash. Gone are the days when no matter how bad your actions are, or how bad a state we find ourselves in, we just say "it's Naija" and "God dey". The time has come where we must now hold our leaders accountable for the offices we have elected them into, and this election was the first step in that direction. We must pay attention... we must care. Not just about the office of the President, but the Governors, Senators, House of Reps, and Local Government positions. This is the only way we will see Nigeria truly change for the better. If we the people, just... care, again. Now is the time to keep track of campaign promises that were made, and see if they're delivered on. The reason Nigeria keeps recycling the same problems and issues with no end insight, decade after decade, is because of failed leadership and citizen apathy. Our leaders were corrupt and we just didn't care. Let's hope that change, indeed, has come.

To those of us that voted, whether your candidate won or lost, thank you for playing a very significant and important role in our Nation's Democracy and History. Thank you for letting your voice be heard. Thank you for braving the inconvenient, tense, and sometimes harsh, conditions to make sure you voted and that those votes were counted. We laughed together and we fought; we stood in line together under the burning sun, then the rain, then the sun again; we discussed and we argued... but we voted.

Nigeria has a current population of about 182+ Million people; only 29+ million of which voted in the recent elections. The winner of the elections had 15+ million votes. That means, only 8% of our population chose the direction of our country for the next 4 years. That's not good enough. I was watching the elections coverage, and it was sad to see that state by state, the eligible, registered voter turnout was less than 50%. That's not good enough. Some people will say that we voted along tribal lines; I say that most young people, who do not have the tribal prejudices that older generations have, simply didn't show up. Time and again, I'd be among groups of young people and ask who has picked up their PVC. 9 times out of 10, I'd be the only one. We have to do better. We seem to be content with tweeting, and instagram-ing, and arguing and pointing fingers... but when it comes to the most basic of our civic responsibilities... when it comes to actually playing a part in bringing about a better Nigeria that we all seek, we're nowhere to be found. Social Media activism is simply not enough.

Some young people tried, but were frustrated by the inefficiencies in the PVC collection process. My heart goes out to you if you truly tried, but for some reason couldn't get your card. Others were just "too busy" to go through what was required. To these ones, I say this: We saw pictures of Billionaires such as Aliko Dangote and Wale Tinubu voting. You are not busier than Dangote. If these ones could put their affairs on hold to register and vote, then clearly, we all need to get our priorities straight.

Some may say that elections here are rigged... well, you make it incredibly easy for someone to rig elections by not showing up. All the unused ballot papers can very easily be stamped for whoever they feel like. It becomes increasingly hard to rig when we show up en-masse. I pray, and work towards the day, when all the young people who are eligible, actually care enough to get up, go out and register to vote... and in that day, when we all actually do vote, we will truly be in charge of our Nation's destiny. We'll see a Nigeria that has a chance to cast away the burdens, problems and prejudices of times past, and finally live up to our potential.

- Banky Wellington

PS: Here's to General Buhari's daughter, Zahra... in the immortal words of FahlzTheBadGuy... 'Ello Bae :-)

Dbanj congratulates Jonathan for conceding defeat (Photo)

Dbanj took to Instagram to congratulate GMB bad GEJ. However, every since the news reached everyone that President Goodluck Jonathan put a phone call through to his opponent even while everyone was still waiting for the chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof. Attahiru Jega to air the votes of the last state which was collated (Bornu), everyone was marveled.

The aura in the air got changed as a lot of young Nigerians who have been mocking the president and his wife because of the defeat started praising him for his spirit of statesmanship. 
What's your reaction about his act?

Eva Alordiah shares new photos in anticipation of her new album

Eva Alordiah
Rapper Eva Alordiah shared these new set of photos in anticipation of her new album 1960. Feeling her look?

Eva Alordiah

APC election victory shows the power of social media - Atiku

Buhari and Atiku

True or false?

"It is a moment when hope is re-born, faith is rekindled and a fresh fire of patriotism is released" - Bola Tinubu

The National leader of APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has described the victory of the Presidential candidate of the APC, General Muhammadu Buhari, as Nigeria's finest moment in its political history. He said

"It is a moment when hope is re-born, faith is rekindled and a fresh fire of patriotism is released for the task ahead. I congratulate General Buhari, Nigeria's President-elect, on his hard won victory. I salute our gallant party leaders and members for running the long distance to victory. To millions of Nigerians, I say this - the APC seeks not power for its sake, but for the purpose of bringing a better life to our people and re-building our country. "This is also democracy' s finest moment. Nigerians alive today have witnessed the beginning of an era of change . They made this happen and they are the true celebrants and they are deserving. Together, we share this victory.Side by side we would work together to bring our country back." Bola Ahmed Tinubu said

APC now has majority status in senate as it nabs 64 seneterorial seats

According to the he result of the National Assembly election declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission ,the All Progressives Congress now has the majority status in the 109 membership Senate.

Before the election, the Peoples Democratic Party had the majority with 64 members while the APC has 41. Labour Party, the Accord Party and the Social Democratic Party, shared the remaining five seats.

The APC will now have 64 senators; the PDP, 45; and the Labour Party, one.

Current Senate President, David Mark who is returning to the Senate for the fifth time, will lose his seat to an APC member .

Apart from Mark and his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu who won the election to return to the Senate, other principal officers like the Senate Leader, Victor Ndoma -Egba; his deputy, Abdul Ningi; Chief Whip, Bello Gwarzo; and his deputy, Hosea Agboola, all lost their bid to return.

Are you feeling Beyonce’s Multi color Dress? (Photo)

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Obama Applauds President Jonathan For Conceding Defeat

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United States President Barack Obama has praised Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday for conceding defeat in an election that he said showed “Nigeria’s commitment to democratic principles.”

“President Jonathan has placed his country’s interests first by conceding the election and congratulating president-elect (Muhammadu) Buhari on his victory,” Obama said in a White House statement. Buhari won the election by 2.57 million votes official results showed Wednesday, defeating incumbent Jonathan in a close fought race.

I look forward to working with President Jonathan throughout the remainder of his term, and I thank him for his many years of service and his statesmanlike conduct at this critical juncture,” Obama said. With dissatisfaction rife over insecurity and corruption and the economy faltering as oil revenues dive, voters turned out in force sensing an unprecedented opportunity for change in the weekend election.

“The last few days have shown the world the strength of Nigeria’s commitment to democratic principles,” Obama said. “By turning out in large numbers and sometimes waiting all day to cast their votes, Nigerians came together to decide the future of their country peacefully.” After an often bitter campaign that included highly charged rhetoric on both sides, Buhari said he planned to meet with Jonathan soon to plan the transition.

“I urge president-elect Buhari and President Jonathan to repeat their calls to their supporters to continue to respect the election outcomes, focus on unifying the country, and together lead Nigeria through a peaceful transition,” Obama said. Buhari, a 72-year-old former army general who led Nigeria as a military ruler in the 1980s, said the vote had proved the country’s belief in democracy.

” Obama also praised Nigeria’s Independent National Election Commission (INEC) and its chairman, which he said “deserve special recognition for what independent international observers have deemed a largely peaceful and orderly vote.”

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