Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Peter Okoye says he hasn't stopped kissing other ladies despite being married

Peter Okoye is one hell of a married man. Despite being married to a beautiful woman, Lola Omotayo, the one half of the singing duo, P-Square, has admitted he still kisses ladies in the crowd.

Peter in a chat with Vanguard Allure reflected on how much he has changed since he got married and according to him, marriage has changed him only 'a little'.

"It feels great. I won't say I'm more responsible now because I have been responsible long before getting married. I have two kids. One way marriage has changed me is, I now know what our parents went through in raising us.

"For me, I'm now more composed. I try not to worry too much. I'm more focused because I need to work hard to look after my family…it hasn't affected my life. I still show my six packs. I still kiss people in the crowd. I still take my semi-nude pictures, travel etc. I'm still me and it's all still" he said.

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Thursday, April 23, 2015

PDP's plan to push out APC in 2019

Chief Ebenezer Babatope

President Goodluck Jonathan will not run for the presidency in 2019, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Ebenezer Babatope has disclosed.

Babatope, who is also a member of the party's elders' caucus, said the party would shop for a strong Hausa/Fulani candidate to run against the President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, in 2019.

"The President will not contest the 2019 presidential election. The PDP will look for a strong Hausa/Fulani presidential candidate to contest against Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.).

"We have a strong presence in the South-South, South-East and we have two governors in the South-West. We are going to slug it out together in the North in 2019. We are going to flush out the APC in 2019 because we are going to correct our mistakes and take back the central government."

Do you believe the PDP would take back power in 2019?
Share your thoughts!

Source: Punch

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

OMG! DavidvsNaija is 2 years old today

DavidvsNaija At 2

OMG is this really happening? Was it not yesterday we celebrated a year?

DavidvsNaija is 2 years old today! Yippee!!!

All thanks to God for the journey so far. It has not been an easy ride but here we are still sailing.

I want to say a big THANK YOU to all DvNers, you guys are simply amazing. When i switched from providing daily news and entertainment update to discussing it i thought you guys will leave but you never left, you kept sailing with me. Thanks for the support, DavidvsNaija still exists because of you all.

DavidvsNaija At 2

I'd like to use this opportunity to welcome all new readers. Welcome to the family!

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Amber Rose has got a new look! || Yay or Nay?

Amber Rose's new look is just a nay for me.

Her old look - That's super hot!

Share your thoughts!

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

One year after Boko Haram atrocity: Letter from a kidnapped Chibok girl

Kidnapped Chibok girls

Letter from a kidnapped Chibok girl

Mama please stop
stop weeping
my heart is sore
from hearing your nightly wailing..

This is why i write you
even though i should be saving
my strength for
what's to happen
when he comes back.

Please mama
weep no more
be strong for me
i need more of your prayers.

The man told me
"Your country has forgotten if you exist",
he said no one is coming for me.

I don't want to believe him mama.
although he seems to be right.
has it been 10years already?
i lost count 2years ago.

I believe in my gallant military,
i believe in my fellow Nigerians
i believe in the government,
they wouldn't abandon me,
or am i wrong mama?
They can't really be cowards,
that's what the man called them.
He said "the bloody cowards
chickened out".

Mama? mama please answer me
i'm tired of this place.
You won't believe
what they do to us,
this people are more wicked
than the devil, i swear mama.

Baba must be very worried
as usual he would refuse to eat
please tell him to be a man
i really miss him
tell him to stop thinki
i mus go now
d ma is comin
i ear his fo/

Poem by David Awunor
This poem was written to give voice to the over 200 Chibok school girls who were kidnapped exactly a year ago from their school by Boko Haram terrorists. Sadly its a year today since the atrocity was commited yet none of the girls have been rescued.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Revealed: What President Jonathan told Buhari on phone when he called to congratulate him

President Goodluck Jonathan on March 31 reportedly called Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) to congratulate him on his victory in presidential poll, hours before the official declaration of the results by the Independent National Electoral Commission that Buhari had won the March 28 presidential poll.

A recording of the telephone call has hit the internet!

The audio of the conversation credited to one ENDS.ng @EveryNigerian was titled, "Historic congratulatory call from President Goodluck Jonathan to President-elect Muhammadu Buhari on March 31, 2015."

According to the audio, the following conversation ensued between Jonathan and Buhari:

Jonathan's aide: Your Excellency, Sir.
Buhari's aide: Good evening.
Jonathan's aide: Hope I'm speaking with General Buhari, sir.
Buhari's aide: Yes.
Jonathan's aide: Ok, President Goodluck Jonathan will like to speak with you, sir.
Buhari's aide: Ok, ok, I'm connecting you, sir.
Jonathan: Your Excellency.
Buhari's aide: Hold on …I'll connect you, sir.

The phone rings for a moment.

Jonathan: Your Excellency.
Buhari's aide: Hold on, sir.
Buhari: Your Excellency.
Jonathan: Your Excellency, how are you?
Buhari: I'm alright, thank you very much, Your Excellency.
Jonathan: (laughs) Congratulations.
Buhari: Thank you very much, your Excellency (laughs).
Jonathan: Yeah, so how are things?
Buhari: (laughs) Well…
Jonathan: So, you'd find time to come one of these days so that we can sort out how to plan the transition period.
Buhari: Thank you very much, your Excellency.
Jonathan: Congratulations.
Buhari: Thank you.
Jonathan: Ok.
Buhari: My respect, Your Excellency.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

President Jonathan urges PDP to celebrate and not mourn as PDP vows to challenge Buhari's victory at tribunal

President Goodluck Jonathan has urged his party, the Peoples Democratic Party, members not to mourn but to celebrate despite losing the presidential election to Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) of the All Progressives Congress.

In his statement after the announcement of the election result, Jonathan said the PDP should be rejoicing because it had in the last 16 years steered the country away from ethnic and regional politics.

He said, "To my colleagues in the PDP, I thank you for your support. Today, the PDP should be celebrating rather than mourning. We have established a legacy of democratic freedom, transparency, economic growth and free and fair elections.

"For the past 16 years, we have steered the country away from ethnic and regional politics. We created a Pan-Nigerian political party and brought home to our people the realities of economic development and social transformation.

"Through patriotism and diligence, we have built the biggest and most patriotic party in Nigerian history. We must stand together as a party and look to the future with renewed optimism."

The President thanked all Nigerians for the opportunity given him to lead the country.

While thanking Nigerians for turning out en-masse for the March 28 elections, he said he had kept his promise to bequeath the culture of free and fair elections to the country.

Jonathan said although some people have expressed mixed feelings about the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission, those who might feel aggrieved should follow due process based on the constitution and electoral laws in seeking redress.

Meanwhile the  Peoples Democratic Party has said it will challenge the outcome of the March 28 presidential election.

The PDP through its agent at the National Collation Centre in Abuja on Wednesday, had refused to sign the result sheet despite its candidate, President Goodluck Jonathan, having earlier conceded defeat.

The agent of the PDP, Bello Fadile, who was in attendance when parties were being called upon to sign the result sheet, told journalists shortly after the result was declared that the party was not satisfied with the outcome of the election and had decided to challenge it at the election tribunal.

"Whether I sign it (the result sheet) or I don't sign it,  does not make any difference. It doesn't invalidate the result. When we go to court, then we can challenge the result," Fadile said.

When asked to confirm if the PDP will challenge the result at the presidential election petitions tribunal, Fadile added, "Sure! The party petitioned. Don't forget. So the party will follow through the petition. There are rules for this. The law is there.

"The result was declared on the 1st of April, I think. We will follow the due process. Like the president (Jonathan) said, 'If you have any grievances, follow due process and the due process in this instance is to go to the tribunal."

Share your thoughts
How would you describe the way President Jonathan is handling the defeat.