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Monday, September 27, 2021

Janemena(Dancer), shares new post with ''sex tape record'' as her geolocation

Dancer, Janemena, shared the photo above on her Instagram page this morning and displayed her location as ''sex tapes record''

This comes hours after Tonto alleged that her ex-boyfriend, Prince Kpokpogri, has the married dancer's sex tape and those of other celebrities and married women in her possesion.

Autopsy report reveals how ex-LASU student activist was killed

According to the autopsy report, the 28-year-old died from "massive haemoperitoneum, combined sharp and blunt force, trauma to the abdomen."

The post-mortem report of a former student activist of the Lagos State University, Yusuf Alowonle, has revealed that he died from “massive haemoperitoneum, combined sharp and blunt force, trauma to the abdomen.”

The autopsy was carried out at the Department of Pathology and Forensic of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) by Mgbeoma A.I, a doctor, on September 10.

The report counters the claim that the deceased, a 2019 graduate of Educational Management, was shot dead in a robbery incident near the school gate, last month.

He was buried in Atan cemetery, Yaba, on September 10 as sympathisers decked in black mourned.

The autopsy was carried out at the Department of Pathology and Forensic of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) by Mgbeoma A.I, a doctor, on September 10.

The report counters the claim that the deceased, a 2019 graduate of Educational Management, was shot dead in a robbery incident near the school gate, last month.

He was buried in Atan cemetery, Yaba, on September 10 as sympathisers decked in black mourned.

Autopsy Report

A senior forensic pathologist at LASUTH told PREMIUM TIMES that the death certificate seen by this newspaper

suggests that the 28-year-old did not die from a gun wound.

According to the pathologist, who preferred not to be named because he was not authorised to speak to the press on the matter, the “massive haemoperitoneum” means massive bleeding into the abdominal cavity and it resulted from a combined sharp and blunt force trauma to the abdomen.


The sharp object could be a broken bottle, knife while the blunt force could be as a result of the deceased being hit by a hammer, he said.

“On face value, this is certain. If it was a gunshot, it would have been reflected in that death certificate.

“On face value, there is nothing to suggest a gunshot. Just looking at this, I can tell you that this person was not

The pathologist noted that the death could be intentional or accidental and urged the police to investigate the matter.

Following his death, Mr Alowonle’s elder sister, Ganiyat Bakare, while addressing a press conference at the International Press Centre (IPC) in Lagos, had demanded an autopsy be carried out on his remains to ascertain the cause of his death.

There had been rumours that the deceased was targeted due to his student activism. However, it is unconfirmed as the police are yet to share the outcome of their findings.

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Why I accepted 'Odudubariba' role in 'King of Boys' - Charlyboy

Nigerian Maverick entertainer and activist, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charlyboy has disclosed why he accepted the role of 'Odudubariba in blockbuster series 'King of Boys- The return of the King'

Charlyboy in the Netflix-adopted series 'King of Boys' directed by Kemi Adetiba played the role of 'Odudubariba.'

'Odudubariba' is one of the elders on the round table who intends to take over the crown from Sola Sobowale and become 'King of Boys.'

Charlyboy's transition from being a musician to activist and now acting, has received commendation since the movie premiered on Netflix.

When asked why he accepted the role in King of Boys despite turning down other movie roles, Charlyboy said that he accepted the role because he's a fan of Kemi Adetiba and it was an honour to be invited for such a role.

He said: "When Kemi called me to ask me to be on this project, I didn't want to, because I'm not an actor like that. However, I'm a fan of Kemi and have followed her journey. So it was an honour being invited for a role. I promised myself that I was going to not only give my best shot but will also tear my heart out for her, submitting myself as a dutiful student.

"She reminded me that my life was like a movie and I've been acting all my life. I am always saying, Charlyboy 'no dey finish', because there is so much housed in this persona that I'm even beginning to come to terms with.

"I keep shocking myself with all the possibilities that God has endowed me with and I can only say, Thank God for His Grace.

"And here we are; I have always been "The King of Boys" way before the movie first came out."

Charlyboy, however, said he felt intimidated when he heard about the lineup of actors but was encouraged by Kemi Adetiba to carry on with the role which he is now proud of.

"Hearing about the lineup of the cast, I must confess, I was initially intimidated but she said 'just trust me and you will be proud at the end." That's a prediction that has come to pass," Charlyboy said.

Asked what inspired his role as 'Odudubariba' in the movie? Charlyboy said, "Kemi wrote this role with me in mind so what her inspiration is, I don't know, you might need to ask her."

Meanwhile, King of Boys: The Return of The King produced by Kemi Adetiba follows the huge success of the 2018 crime political drama which starred actors like Sola Sobowale, Reminisce, Toni Tones , Adesua Wellington.

Its grilling storyline made it the highest-grossing movie in the cinema in 2018.

The political thriller movie ended with 'King of Boys' Sola Sobowale known as Eniola Salami losing her family, properties in the fight for political ambition.

Eniola Salami in King of Boys is a powerful politician who does anything to her enemies or anyone who dares her.

However, at the end of KOB, her children were killed, she was arrested for fraud and fled the country.

In the return of King of Boys, Eniola Salami (Sola Sobowale) is back to the country with all corruption charges dropped against her as she embarks on a journey to becoming governor of Lagos state.

However, her return rattles her enemies and once-trusted allies desert her at her most vulnerable moment.

Her throne as 'King of Boys' is threatened by Makanaki 'Reminisce' and also 'Odudubariba' - Charlyboy who wants to be crowned 'King of Boy's 

The 7-episodes series is trending all over Nigeria and being talked about in every home as it captures the political situation, corruption and the dark side of politics in the country.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Influencer, 32, dies after falling off waterfall while taking selfie

A daredevil social media influencer has died after falling off a waterfall while trying to take a selfie.

Sofia Cheung, 32, fell 16 feet to her death into the Tsing Dai stream near Yuen Long, Hong Kong on Saturday, July 10.

She had spent the day with three friends at Ha Pak Lai nature park.

Sofia, whose Instagram page lists hiking, kayaking, exploring, outdoor activities, and photography as her passions, had climbed up to the top of the waterfall to take the photos later that day when she lost her footing and fell into the water.

Her friends immediately called emergency services, and paramedics were able to get Sofia to a hospital in Hong Kong, but she was tragically pronounced dead on arrival.

Friends have mourned the influencer whose Instagram bio reads: "Life should be fun not dumb."

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Pastor TB Joshua dies at age 57

Multiple sources are reporting that tele evangelist and general overseer of the founder of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), TB Joshua passed on late last night, Saturday, June 5, shortly after ending a programme at his church.

His body has reportedly been deposited at the morgue. A Facebook user, claiming to live close to the church, said "everyone is crying" in Ikotun, where SCOAN headquarters is located.

Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode also confirmed that TB Joshua is dead. According to FFK, he spoke with one of TB Joshua's daughters who told him the popular clergyman is dead.  

TB Joshua's Wikipedia has also been updated

Temitope Balogun Joshua, aka T.B. Joshua reportedly died at age 57, one week before his 58th birthday. May his soul rest in peace. Amen.

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Gunmen abduct lecturer from staff quarters of Taraba State University

Head of the Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management (Faculty of Agriculture) in Taraba state university, Umar Buba has been abducted by gunmen from the staff quarters of the institution in Jalingo, Taraba state capital.

Professor Vincent Ado-Tenebe who is the Vice-Chancellor of the university, said the lecturer was kidnapped in the early hours of Sunday May 30.

Tenebe disclosed that the assailants fired sporadic gunshots to displace the security officials attached to the staff quarters during the attack.

He said;

“This is a very sad story, and it has not happened in the past two to three years ago when we had our Director of Information kidnapped after which we put so many strategies on the ground to prevent ugly situations in the future.

“I am so surprised that this happened again, and I know that we have police personnel, that of NSCDC, our security outfit, and vigilante group members hired by the institution to keep the place safe and despite all of these, the former Dean of Students Affair has been kidnapped."

The Vice Chancellor also said that the management of the institution would engage concerned authorities to grant licences for staff to have their guns for their protection and that of the students, as they can't fight gunmen with bare hands. 

Tenebe added;

“If you have a licensed gun and you are trained, then you will be able to defend your family and the immediate community of students.

“We have grown past this, and I don’t think there is going to be any other solution than for us to apply for licencing of arms so that these bandits will know that we are equal to the task to defend the defenceless.”

Buba's wife, Samira who recalled how he was abducted, said it occurred shortly after they switched off their generator at about 12:15am. Samira disclosed they heard a noise which they believed was a windstorm.

She said;

“When I met one of them, he asked me where my husband was, and I understood immediately that they were kidnappers. After I understood their plan, I offered myself to be taken as their target instead of my husband and I pleaded that I have a little baby whom I needed to go with and they rejected my offer, insisting that my husband was the target.

“When they gained access … they struggled to go with him (the victim) because he resisted. We have never heard that kind of gunshot in our entire lives."

Samira revealed that when security operatives arrived at the scene and went after the kidnappers through the bush paths, they found nothing but charms, alcoholic drinks, and some clothes abandoned by the gunme

She disclosed that the abductors of her husband have not made any contact with the family to know what their demands were.

Taraba police spokesperson, David Misal confirmed the incident and said the police were on the trail of the kidnappers to rescue the lecturer. He also called on the residents to provide the police with useful information that would aid the rescue of the abducted lecturer.