Lady narrates her scary experience with an invisible man in Lagos

A Nigerian lady identified as Peters Jemila Melody has taken to her Instagram page to narrate a rather scary encounter she had with a invisible man in Lagos.

Read her narration:


So today was one of the most scariest day of my life, it might be nothing to people that have experienced something like this before, but mehnnnnn I don’t pray to go through it again, so today being Saturday o, I closed from work and decided to live the island a bit earlier than normal cos of the mainland traffic o..

So I took a bike to lekki phase one gate and decided to take a bus going to Obalende, as soon as I was about to enter a strange looking man quickly rushed in too, he had one normal eye and the second one was totally white, but I didn’t suspect anything thinking he was a normal passenger o.

He sat directly at my back, so I noticed we both dropped at the same place, and I was going to take Ogba bus, unfortunately the bus was almost full, just for one person so I like entered and manage the small side seat, so I was trying to call those women that sell drinks and water only for me to turn and saw this same man.

It still didn’t look that weird cos I thought he could be going to ogba too, so right on front of our bus the next turn for ogba bus started loading he entered and inside my mind I was like ” na ogba this man dry go sha”….so we got to ogba and there was maddddd traffic.

I sha came down from the bus and was looking for a bike to take me home, but because of the traffic and all, it was really hard to find a bike, so I just stayed in small dark corner cos I was tired, I just kept on looking for a bike, all of a sudden someone from no where just tapped me on my shoulder..

Lo’ and behold it was the same man I saw at lekki o, my body became cold, I felt like fainting.. My eyes started closing for no reason, the little sense in me made me walk away… And the next thing he said is.. “I have been following you, now look into my eyes” ..i looked at him and I was almost hypnotized.

All I was saying was “Jesus ” then I stepped away again he followed me and asked me to bring my hand, I was just looking at him and I was about to do so, then it felt like someone else touched and I regained myself, that was how I shouted. “leave me alone evil man, am I the only one in the whole of Lagos ” he moved closer and said..

And he said, anything I say you should do Oya do it now.. I just laughed and told him he was a fool and he has failed.. Then right in front of me he beat his chest and all of a sudden he was no where to be found, but I noticed people were looking at me like I was talking to myself, as if they couldn’t see who I was yelling at, that few minutes was scary as hell, and all could think of was why he followed and what he wanted to do with me, cos he obviously didn’t want to steal..

Thank you LORD for saving me… Chaiiii only in Lagos oooo

Babcock University refuses to provide information on Chioma’s admission status

All efforts to obtain the admission status of Davido’s girlfriend, Chioma Rowland, from Babcock University have proved abortive.

Reports emerged recently that Chioma’s parents were unhappy that their daughter had decided to jeopardise her education for a romance with Davido. It was alleged that she had dropped out of school following her struggle with her studies.

When Sunday Scoop contacted the school’s Director of Communications and Marketing, Joshua Suleiman, he said it was not possible for him to know every student in the school.

He stated, “I don’t know the person; you know I cannot know every student. But I can give you the number of the students’ development staff; I am not sure they will also know her unless they find out. I manage the school’s information, but we have about 10,000 students. Even lecturers don’t know all the students in their class.”

The Associate Vice-President, Students’ Development, Dr. Williams, who Joshua said was in the best position to have Chioma’s details, also directed Sunday Scoop to the Registrar’s Office. She stated, “It is only the registrar that can give you such information. If you go to our website, you will find their phone numbers there.”

Upon calling a number found on their website, a young woman who identified herself as Funke, confirmed Chioma as a student at Babcock University. She said, “Oh, Chioma! The girl dating Davido! She is our student, but the person to give you more information about her is not here. I will give you the director of communications’ number (Joshua). He is in the position to tell us to give out the information you need.”

The director of communications later insisted that he would make inquiries and get back, but he didn’t. He said, “Someone has told me they know her, but I will like to find out her department. I don’t know whether she is still a student or not. When I find out before the close of work today, I will let you know. Like I said earlier, I don’t know if there is anyone by that name in the university.”

Late Biafra Leader, Ojukwu’s Pretty Daughter Graduates In Style From UK University (Photos)

Chineme Ojukwu, the daughter of late Biafran warlord, Chief Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, has reportedly graduated in style from the University of Brighton in England.

The beautiful young lady graduated bagged a second class upper degree from Business Administration at the UK university.

The graduation doubled as a family reunion as her family members were present to support her.

Her mother, Bianca Ojukwu revealed the great news on Instagram adding that her late husband (Ojukwu) would have loved and been so proud of this moment.

Sharing photos from the graduation ceremony, she penned down a note;

My dear friends, Thank God with me. Abuzi kwam ‘nne a graduate’. My beloved daughter Chi has just graduated from the University of Brighton with a 2:1 in Business Administration. I thank Almighty God for blessing me with a daughter who has literally been like a mother to me. I call her Nne m o.

This would have been a very proud moment also for her daddy. He used to call her ’Daddys secretary’ or ‘secretary gburugburu’ because as a child She loved to spend her afternoons after school with him in his office, playing with papers on the floor.

How time flies! It was a splendid ceremony and much anticipated family reunion.

Her brothers came in from the States while her Aunty, Ambassador Lilian Onoh, currently Nigeria’s High Commissioner to Namibia also flew into the UK for the ceremony. We joined friends for the post ceremony cocktail and then headed to Brighton Pier for a seaside treat!

See photos below;

My selling aphrodisiacs doesn’t mean I’m available for testing – Peace Olayemi

One of the most lusciously sexy, curvy and busty women the Instagram has blessed us with in recent times is wannabe actress and video vixen, Peace Olayemi, who hails from Oyo State.

She caused quite a stir recently on social media when she made a video of herself in a revealing lingerie, with her boobs gaping out of the cleavage line as though they were looking for welcoming hands.

But that is not the whole picture, a voluptuously busty girl in a lingerie would have done enough to the blood pressure of many, but selling aphrodisiac and talking about sex with it, is simply off the hook and that was exactly what Peace was doing, with knowing smiles and sexually suggestive gestures.

Seeing the barrage of lusty comments, it is needless to ask her what direct messages she’s been getting but Potpourri asked her nonetheless.

“Yes, I have had crazy comments. But this is not what I did intentionally, it’s a paid advert video for Suruka Natures Gift, maker of SPB aphrodisiac. The drug is a winner any day. With SPB as a man, your partner is guaranteed  full satisfaction in bed,” she said.

When asked if she’s available for testing, she said, “ Because I sell this drug doesn’t mean I’m available for testing. If any guy DM me in a way I don’t like I will simply block or ignore him.

Peace Olayemi, who is also the CEO of Peace Hairs is a brand influencer, as evident in the video she posted. With just few Instagram pictures and videos of herself, she has close to 100 thousand followers already..

Watch Video Below

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Many left in shock as 9-year-old girl gives birth in city hospital

In a case that has left Kenyans in shock, a nine-year-old girl gave birth at a Nairobi Hospital on Wednesday.

Photographs of the smiling minor breastfeeding the infant have been circulating online, although her identity cannot be revealed for legal reasons.

The more disturbing news is that it is the girl’s father who is responsible for the minor’s pregnancy.

It is unclear whether legal action will be taken against him for the callous act of paedophilia, which is illegal in Kenyan law.

The Sexual Offences Act and the Children’s Act both outlaw sexual contact with minors, defined in law as defilement.

Alexx Ekubo celebrates 1 million Instagram followers

Nollywood actor, Alexx Ekubo has hit 1 million followers on Instagram and he is celebrating the milestone with his fans.The popular actor who was clearly excited about hitting the six figures, thanked all of his fans for being with him.

He wrote;

“😱1 MILLION Followers, a Whooooole 1 MILLION, what did i ever do right to deserve you all, thanks guys for rocking with me, you make it all worth while for me

Just like real life, the first 1 Mill is always the hardest, after that its easy breezy, cheers to 1 Million, 2Million see you soon .

In celebration of 1Mill today we would be doing a question & answer session, Look into my Eyes & ask me any question, i would answer you SINCERELY, if you like ask me yeye question, yeye answer would fall on you. 🙄”


35-year old police officer dies after overdosing on drugs stolen from evidence room

Kirkersville Police Chief, James Hughes Jr, has died from an accidental fentanyl overdose after the drugs were removed from his department’s evidence room, Foxnews reports.

He was found unresponsive in his home on May 25 and pronounced dead shortly after. An autopsy revealed he died from acute intoxication by fentanyl. Reynoldsburg Police Department Lt. Ron Wright, revealed that packaging was discovered “that indicated that he was taking controlled substances from” the evidence room.

According to the coroner’s office, a plastic sandwich bag found where Hughes died tested positive for cocaine. A syringe was also determined to be positive for fentanyl. Hughes, who was 35 years old, had only been on the job for a few months before he died. He left behind a wife and 3 young children.

Linda Ikeji gushes over Davido’s daughter, Imade (Photos)

Linda Ikeji who is currently in Atlanta for the delivery of her first child has shared another set of cute photos.

This time, it is photos of herself and Davido’s first child, Imade Adeleke.

She captioned the photo:

“See who I ran into last night… Imade Adeleke. The most lovely and lively 3 year old girl I’ve ever met.”

Recall Ovation Magazine publisher, Dele Momodu yesterday treated both Linda Ikeji and her mother to a ‘pre-delivery baby’ dinner last night.

Singer Seyi Shay was among one of those spotted at the dinner.

Woman’s Skin Begins To Peel Away After Getting New Tattoo (Photos)

A woman has shared sickening pictures of the painful sores she suffered when a tattoo of a rose went horribly wrong. Toni Mansfield was left in unbearable pain when her skin began to peel away during the inking process, and rushed to A&E.

The 28-year-old, from Flint in North Wales, initially tried to take legal action against the parlour where the tattoo was done, the Daily Post reports.

But tattooists say the mum-of-three said an allergic reaction was likely to blame.

Her hand had begun to swell during her second appointment at the Studio Thir13een parlour in Flint.

The parlour said it was not responsible for the tattoo going wrong, claiming she may have had an allergic reaction to the ink.

But Ms Mansfield said when she had had the first session to get the outline done, there had been no problem.

Ms Mansfield was put on a course of antibiotics to clear the infection.

Ms Mansfield, who lives in Flint, has now had another tattoo on her hand to cover up the “pink blob” left behind, despite being left “scared” of getting anymore tattoos for 10 months since the incident.

Nigerian singer, Pepenazi reveals he has a huge crush on Di’ja

Nigerian singer Pepenazi, has opened up in a new interview on his career, lovers in his life and growing up.

He also revealed he has a huge crush on former Mavin singer Di’ja. He also talked on the new projects he is working on.

Excerpts from the interview below:

Why Did You Choose Music?

This might sound like a cliche but I guess music chose me. Music has always been a part of me from childhood. My dad was and still is a lover of music so I was exposed to a lot of music consciously and unconsciously when I was little. My dad used to listen to a lot of Ebenezer Obey, king Sunny Ade, Bob Marley and the likes. Music played nonstop on weekends while I did my house chores so I learnt to love it and it became a part of me. Also we had one of the biggest new school artistes of that time (junior & pretty) staying just a street away from my home. That further inspired me to choose music.

Were Your Parents In Support When You Decided To Pursue A Career In Music?

Things may have changed now but Nigerian parents back then wouldn’t readily support music because they thought it was just for show and that one couldn’t make a career and a living off of it so at first it was difficult but as time went on i got the full support of my parents and today the music we thank God the music is profitable.

Aside From Singing, What Is Pepenazi’s Other Talent?

Ahh!!! Pepenazi is multi-talented oo lol. Well asides music I do a lot of poetry/spoken word, I’m a great dancer when I choose to and when I play football you can’t get behind me when I’m in defence.

Tell Us About Your Background and Journey To Stardom.

I come from a very humble background. I like to think I grew up with the best family anyone can ask for. A stern but loving dad and a totally amazing mum who’d go out of her way to make sure her kids are happy and achieve their dreams. I’m from Ondo state, went to Mayflower secondary school ikenna and a graduate of Estate Management from Federal University of Technology Akure (Futa). My music journey has not been entirely smooth, I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs. Facing a lot of challenges from funding, to booking studio sessions, finding it hard to work with the right producers and promoting my craft. Hard work, perseverance and tenacity is what has kept me going right from when I dropped my first single up until date. God has also positioned a lot of people to be of massive support to me on my way up like the likes of Do2dtun of Cool Fm, Olamide baddo and so many others I can’t even mention here of which I’m very grateful for.

What Would You Like To Change At This Point In Your Career?

Like great Economists say “The human want is insatiable” so people always tend to want more no matter how high or how far they reach. I’m not where I want to but I’m definitely not where I used to so I’m grateful and I wouldn’t change a thing. I’m just focused on living my best life and affecting positively the lives of those around me and impacting lives positively with my music.

How Many Songs Do You Write In A Week?

Well there’s no way I can put a number to that. There are days I write more than 3 songs a day, other days I might hit a brick wall and just be blank. It really has to do with inspiration and how I’m feeling at the time. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night to record a melody that comes to head. So I just write as it comes, no pressure.

Are Your Songs From Personal Experience or Your Imagination?

Some from experience, some from imagination. Just like literature not all stories are based on reality but it doesn’t deter the fact that they are great stories.

Are You Still In A Relationship With Your Girlfriend From The Days In FUTA?

Yes ooo lol. We’re still going strong. I’ve loved music from my FUTA days and we’re gonna be together forever.

Last Year, You disclosed That You Were Working On ‘One’ Relationship – When Are You Getting Married?

All things will fall in place when the time is right.

Tell Us Your Most Embarrassing Fan Moment.

I’ve had a lot of those moments but I think the one that comes to mind now is a show I went to at the University of Lagos (unilag). I was performing on stage and a fan took one leg of my shoe while I was still performing so I had to finish my performance with only one shoe on my feet. I gave him the other leg when I was done though, it’s all love lol.

Tell Us Your Celebrity Crush and Why

DI’JA. There’s something transparent about her personality apart from the music which is quite enticing. She’s super-real and her Afro-urban fashion statements sweeps me off.

Which Artistes Are You Looking Forward To Work With

Right now am quite eager to work with “FEMI-KUTI” afrobeat is world-music right now and it would be of great delight to have a feel of his spiritual added to my archives. I literally have most of the Nigerian top guns in my forthcoming album so would need to spread tentacles ‘would also love to do something with South African emerging female artist ‘Shekhinah’ she’s simply amazing. Sauti soul would be my last shot.

Your Best Song So Far?

All my songs are very special to me because they were practically the best expression of message I felt as at the time of recording & release. This is a spot on question but just because I have to chose one I would go with [ASE] FT TIWA SAVAGE which simply means [Amen] in English translation. Why? Cuz it’s a song that shares deep reflection of my beginning my struggle hard work and reward and at the end every man hustle needs a prayer but what’s most important is an “AMEN” to crown it all.

Why Is It Taking So Long To Release Your Debut Album

For everything I do, I make sure it’s organically coordinated and grown. An album is a collective effort of one’s content and talent which has to be well prepared ‘convincing enough to worth the mind and penny expended on it by fans and any passerby newly introduced to my sound. My album is 90% ready trust me And am sure when it drops it sure would be worth the wait.

What Are The Projects Pepenazi Is Currently Working On, And What Should The Fans Expect Before 2018 Ends

Just rounded up my “UK TOUR” and it was worth every day spent, just rounded an African project with “BBC WORLD SERVICE” that should be out in a bit. Am also looking forward to my debut album dropping September 2018. I just recently shot a video in London for my new coming up single that should be looked forward to.

Will You Vote Buhari In the 2019 Elections and Why?

I don’t think that’s a good decision for any Nigerian, neither am i a fan of the old generation set of rulers who are still in our faces & extremely power hungry. We need young minds productive /unbiased set of rulers who are ready to take the country forward “it’s a crazy world we living in right now that needs deliverance ” I look forward to everyone getting their Pvc’s so at least that gives you a voice.