Charly Boy Reacts As His Daughter Comes Out As A Le$bian, Showing Off Her Girlfriend

As You Know Yesterday Dew Oputa officially came out as a Lesbian, and even shared photos of she and her girlfriend SJ, However she received lots of backlash over it..

BREAKING!!! EFCC Re-opens Orji Kalu’s Case in Fresh 39 Count Charge

A former Governor of Abia, Orji Uzor Kalu, was on Tuesday re-arraigned at a Federal High Court in Lagos on an amended 39-count bordering on fraud.

“What I Found In My Fiance’s Car, Am Shattered & Confused” (Pics)

by a reader:

“So i travelled this weekend to see my fiance , our wedding is in december. He stays in lagos while am based in abj. He suggested a sex free relationship which i agreed to cos am also a virgin. He picked me from the park and branched to withdraw some money. I was just looking round the car and saw something under his car seat. Looked like a betslip.

Ekiti Guber: APC Chieftain Calls For Nullification Of Election Results

Charles Udeogaranya, a chieftain and Presidential aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has called on the Independent Electoral Commission, INEC, to nullify the just conducted governorship election in Ekiti State.

Gas explosion kills 3 children, injures 2 in Jigawa

No fewer than three children have died in Sara Village in Gwaram LGA of Jigawa, following a cooking gas cylinder explosion. The Spokesman for the Jigawa Police Command, ASP Abdu Jinjiri, who confirmed the incident, added that two others were injured by the explosion. Jinijiri spoke with newsmen on Tuesday in Dutse. “Last week, there was a fire incident in the house of one Alhaji Wada Sara, and the following people, Zainab Wada, Abdul Wada, Aliyu Wada, Fati Wada and Abdulrahman Wada, got various degrees of injuries.

“They were rushed to the Federal Medical Centre Birninkudu in Birninkudu LGA for medical attention. “The incident was as a result of explosion from a cooking gas cylinder,” Jinjiri said. He told newsmen that Fati, Zainab and Abdulrahman, aged three, two and four years, respectively, later died at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, Kano, where they were further taken. The spokesman advised members of the public to be careful with gas cylinders.

BREAKING: Ekiti election: 1,000 security men holding Fayose hostage, mobile lines blocked – Governor’s brother alleges

 

Isaac Fayose, brother to the outgoing Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has urged people of the state not watch and allow the governor to die.

He made the appeal while alleging that over 1,000 security operatives have blocked the state’s Government House while holding Fayose hostage.

He also alleged that all mobile lines of the governor have been blocked by the Federal Government.

In a Facebook post, Isaac claimed that the security operatives were out to kill Fayose.

He wrote: “As we speak, all the mobile lines of His Excellency, Ayodele Peter Fayose have been blocked, and 1,000 security officials blocking the Government House in Ekiti State.

“Nobody can leave the Government house as we speak! We are all being held hostages in the Government House. We fear our lives, and the life of the Governor because they want to kill him!

“All the Television Stations and Radio Stations in Ekiti State have been shut down!

“Please help us to share this message to people that can help us. We are all in danger! Please don’t let Gov. Fayose die.”

Full text of Buhari’s address at International Criminal Court event

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday departed Abuja for the Netherlands to deliver a keynote address on the occasion of the 20th anniversary celebration of the International Criminal Court, ICC, during which the president said he would, as the current anti-corruption champion for the African Union, reaffirm Nigeria’s support to the fundamental values of the Rome Statute and to the ideals of the ICC. Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Netherlands, Oji Ngofa, later explained that the decision of the International Criminal Court to invite only President Muhammadu Buhari from among world leaders to the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute of the Court was an indication of the high respect the court has for the country. Speaking with journalists in The Hague, Ngofa expressed the belief that Buhari’s visit will be an opportunity to show Nigeria’s appreciation for the honour done to the country by electing a Nigerian as President of the Court. Meanwhile, at Courtroom 1 of the ICC where the anniversary event held, the Nigerian President, in his address said: I am honoured to be with you here today to celebrate the anniversary of this vital global institution. I say “vital” because the world needs the ICC. 2. Let me start by congratulating you, Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, on your election as President of the International Criminal Court, and also thank the judges of the Court for electing you, a cherished son of Nigeria. Nigeria is very proud of you, Mr. President. 3. Let me also express my gratitude to the International Criminal Court for inviting me to speak on this occasion. 4. As we know, the International Criminal Court was established twenty years ago as a global court, inspired by the Nuremberg trials of World War II war criminals, to hold people accountable for crimes against humanity, war crimes, crimes of genocide and aggression. 5. In addition to preventing impunity, promoting adherence and respect for the rule of law and fundamental freedoms worldwide and to punishing those in leadership positions responsible for the most appalling crimes and atrocities, the ICC has given hope for justice to so many, by demanding strict adherence to the rules of international humanitarian law. 6. With the alarming proliferation of the most serious crimes around the world, the ICC, and all that it stands for, is now needed more than ever, in ways that were unforeseeable to its founders. The ICC may have been created at a time of optimism that it would not need to be utilized frequently, but, unfortunately, the increase in international crimes has only increased the Court’s relevance. 7. Indeed, while limits on the ICC’s jurisdiction mean that it cannot presently act with regard to some of the dire crises of the day in states that are not parties, by acting where it can, the ICC reinforces the demand for justice far beyond its own cases. 8. A strong and effective ICC has the potential to send a powerful message about the international community’s commitment to accountability, a message that will be heard by both victims and perpetrators. Equally, a strong and effective ICC demonstrates the international community’s commitment to the rule of law. 9. A strong and effective ICC can also act as a catalyst for other justice efforts, expanding the reach of accountability. These could include serious cases of corruption by state actors that severely compromise the development efforts of countries and throw citizens into greater poverty. These could also include cases of illicit financial flows where countries are complicit and obstruct repatriation of stolen assets. As the African Union Champion on Anti-corruption, these are issues dear to my heart. 10. The Rome Statute created more than a court; it created the outline for a system of justice for horrific crimes rooted first in national courts doing their job, and where they fail to do so, the ICC stepping in only as “the court of the last resort” 11. The ICC also needs increased cooperation and financial resources from its member states. State parties should express their commitment to increasing efforts in these areas, including pledging concrete assistance. 12. The twenty years of the Court’s existence have witnessed several challenges, some of which had threatened the very existence of the Court itself. Most notable were the withdrawals and threats of withdrawals of membership of the Court by some States, as well as accusations of bias in the exercise of the jurisdiction of the Court. Thankfully, the Court has addressed these challenges in a dignified and commendable way. 13. Nonetheless, the Court needs to take on board all constructive criticisms and allay lingering fears and concern through targeted messaging, awareness raising and possible modification of some legal provisions. If properly articulated, communication and awareness raising would surely engender trust and encourage greater cooperation of Member States with the Court and even encourage non – Member States to decide to become Members. It must avoid even a hint of bias or political motivations. 14. The goals and responsibilities of the Court are no doubt very challenging and daunting but with the cooperation of all, coupled with the high calibre of Judges and staff of the Court, the challenges are not insurmountable. I, therefore, urge all States not to politicize the decisions of the Court but to always bear in mind the rationale for the establishment of the Court in the first place. 15. I urge all States that have not yet done so to, as a matter of deliberate State policy, accede to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court so that it can become a universal treaty. 16. Nigeria has cooperated with, and supported the Court at all times. This, we have demonstrated by our full and transparent cooperation on matters on which we are being investigated and also in our several Country statements at the sessions of the Court. Our cooperation with the Court is borne out of our strong belief in the respect for the rule of law and human rights, and in our firm commitment to the sanctity of fundamental freedoms at international and domestic levels, as ingrained in the objectives for establishing the Court. 17. In conclusion, let me intimate you that Nigeria is preparing to conduct general elections in 2019. Contrary to the tragic incidents that characterized the 2011 general elections in Nigeria which necessitated preliminary investigations by the International Criminal Court, I assure you that all hands are on deck to prevent any recurrence of such tragic incidents. We shall do everything possible to ensure that Nigeria witnesses the conduct of free, fair and peaceful elections in 2019. 18. Again, I congratulate the Court on its 20th Anniversary and wish it continued growth, relevance and success in the years to come in its vital role as a bulwark against man’s inhumanity to man. Thank you for your attention.

2019: I Don’t Care Which Party Returns Me To Senate – Akpabio

Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio, has said the party platform on which he will contest for his second term ticket for Ikot Ekpene Senatorial District in 2019 will not matter much.

Fidelity Bank staff protest unpaid salaries, poor condition of service [PHOTO]

Fidelity Bank staff protest unpaid salaries, poor condition of service [PHOTO]

Some staff of Fidelity Bank are currently protesting at the Adeola Odeku branch in Victoria Island, Lagos.

The staff are lamenting what they called unpaid salaries and non-conducive working environment.

DAILY POST reports that on their placards were inscription such as “Fidelity Bank, pay our money”, “We are tired and hungry”.

They were also chanting Labour union solidarity songs.

It is still unclear if the protesters are permanent or contract staff of the financial institution.

The demonstration was still on as at 12:30pm.

Details shortly…

Nigerian Man Lists Shocking Things His Wife Must Do Before Sleeping, Fans Reacts (Pics)

Isn’t this incredible?

Read the list he shared on his page, and few reactions below!

Isn’t this incredible?

Read the list he shared on his page, and few reactions below!

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR MY FUTURE WIFE

1. she must wake up by 4 am
2. she must sweep all my compound
3. she must prepare my break fast

4. she must bath the children while ironing

my clothes at the same time

5. she must not go out when i’m around

and when am not around

6. she will not expect anybody to cook
7. she must wash cloth no matter how

heavy the pregnancy

8. she will go to bed by 11 pm
9. she must entertain my family members

well
10. I will not hear “no food today”
11. no man will be her friend
12. she must not wear trousers
13. she must not refuse if i ask for sex

14. she must give birth to 18 or 19 children

15. she must not evangelize my family issues
to outsiders. she must not borrow.
17. she must take care of my mama more

than her mama
18. before sending anything to her parent I

must be informed

19. she must be ready anytime i call her on

bed
20. she must OBEY everything on the list because I LOVE HER.

Ekiti Election: Police Service Commission speaks on rigging during poll

Ekiti Election: Police Service Commission speaks on rigging during poll

The Police Service Commission, PSC has spoken on allegations of electoral malpractices perpetrated by the All Progressives Congress, APC and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in some polling units during Ekiti Governorship election.

The commission in a statement on Tuesday by its Spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani revealed that they received 35 complaints of vote-buying, confirming few cases of disorderliness at some polling units during the Saturday poll.

The statement reads, “Our team monitored the conduct of police officers in 45 polling units in all the three senatorial zones of the state covering 14 out of the 16 local government areas of the state.

“They received 35 complaints from the voters, party agents and observers through dedicated lines earlier circulated to both the electorate and party agents within Ekiti and outside the state.

“Some of the messages centred on vote -buying, financial inducement and restiveness in some polling units. Specifically, there was a case of the arrest and detention of party agents at Aramoko Police Division which was resolved with the intervention of the commission.

“In cases where a party agent violated the electoral law, the commission advised the police to allow the person to carry out his duty after which he could be arrested after the election.

“The commission wishes to advise that the police, in such instances where an agent commits an offence, he/she be allowed to carry out his legal duties and be arrested at the end of the voting, counting and signing of the result sheet in order to avoid sending a wrong impression that the security agencies may be biased.”

Ekiti election: Why APC defeated PDP – Senator Abe

The Senator representing Rivers East Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Magnus Abe, has revealed why the All Progressives Congress, APC, won the governorship election in Ekiti.

The lawmaker also advised political parties to ensure that their candidates interface properly with the people in order to gain high-level popularity.

Reacting to the victory the APC candidate, Kayode Fawemi, Abe attributed the success to the popularity of the APC and its candidate.

The senator in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, in Port Harcourt on Tuesday said that the people of Ekiti voted massively for Fayemi because of his popularity and good interaction he had with the people unlike his opponent, Prof. Oladipo Olusola.

According to him, the PDP biggest mistake in the election was allowing the governorship campaign to revolve around the outgoing governor, Ayodele Fayose instead of their candidate.

“The biggest lesson from the PDP’s defeat is that the party’s flag bearer is unpopular in the political landscape of Ekiti.

“Everybody knows Fayose as a sitting governor in Ekiti and Mr Kayode Fayemi as the flag bearer of the APC but only few people know the PDP flagbearer.

“On the day of the election, the good people of Ekiti voted massively for the candidate they know, I think this is an instructive lesson for politicians across the country.”

Abe congratulated Fayemi and the APC on their victory and advised the PDP to stop the bickering and support the incoming governor in an effort to move the state forward.

“The PDP should accept this defeat in good faith. I think litigation should not be an automatic part of the electoral process except where necessary.

“In the case of Ekiti where the election was adjudged free, fair and credible by foreign and local observers, there is absolutely no need for any litigation, ” Abe said.

On his governorship ambition in Rivers and dissatisfaction with the outcome of the party’s local government and state congresses, Abe said he had confidence in the APC.

“APC is a party that upholds rules and I believe that the laws of the party will prevail in Rivers.”

Man Comes With Only Towel To Withdraw in Ecobank ATM Just Now (Photo)

This reportedly happened today

Islamic Cleric R@pes V!rgin Girl For Money Ritual In Ikorodu & THIS Happened (Photo)

A young Islamic cleric has been arrested for luring and raping a 29 year old virgin.

The suspect identified as Mustapha Hammed on April 7 2018 alleged that he saw a vision that his victim will die within 24 hours unless he performs cleansing ritual on her.

Youths Attack Commissioner of Police, Akinremi; Break His Head With Stones (Photo)

Taraba Commissioner of Police, Mr David Akinremi, was on Monday injured by rampaging youths in the State’s capital.

Confirming the attack, the Command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP David Misal, said the Taraba Commissioner of Police had gone to the Tudunwada area of the metropolis with a team of officers, to restore normalcy following reports of youths’ unrest.

Miss Face of Arise Africa 2018 Contestants Acquire Diverse Skills(Photos)

Two World Cup Stadiums In Russia Have Already Started To Collapse. Photos

Two of England’s World Cup venues in Russia are already crumbling amid claims of shoddy workmanship behind the 2018 tournament glitz. In Volgograd, a stadium embankment and new access road was washed away in heavy rain.

The arena cost a mouthwatering £198 million to build yet video shows a river gushing from the area which could have cost lives if it had happened during a game.

It left a gaping hole deep enough to fit a two-storey house.

Water pipes and sewage systems were broken and the power was cut at the stadium, said reports.

Sand and mud poured onto the embankment and some cars even stuck there — as the final was being played in Moscow.

Russian blogger Ilya Varlamov, who visited all World Cup host cities, blamed ‘negligence’ during construction for the problems.

‘A few hours before the end of the championship, the stadium in Volgograd decided to sail to the River Volga,’ he said.

It was due to the ‘violation’ of safety rules during construction which was rushed with the budget being plundered, he claimed.

Main contractor for the stadium was JSC Stroytransgaz, controlled by close Putin friend, Gennady Timchenko.

A spokesman for the owners Sport Engineering admitted there was a ‘washout’ but denied serious damage to the stadium.

In another England venue, Nizhny Novgorod, a pavement built specially for World Cup fans had earlier washed away.

A roadway also collapsed.

Armed Robbers Nabbed During Operation In Rivers, Weapons Recovered. Photos

The Rivers state police command has apprehended two armed robbers who have been terrorizing innocent residents. The hoodlums were apprehended after a tip-off as two pistols were recovered from them. The suspects are currently in police custody and will be charged to court after investigations are concluded.

SARS Operatives In Mufti Come Under Fire After Posing With Their Rifles. Photo

While Nigerians are clamoring for change/reform of the special anti-robbery squad, SARS, a picture of the security operatives posing with guns in mufti have got internet users talking. Online users who are not happy with the way the agents operate, have heavily criticized and labelled them “reformed criminals” due to their looks.

Meanwhile, The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State command, Edgal Imohimi, has issued a stern warning to policemen attached to divisions in the state to desist from wearing mufti bearing ‘SARS’ (Special Anti-Robbery Squad) while carrying out official duties. He threatened to sanction any policeman who violates the directive.

To march his words with action, Edgal said the two policemen, who allegedly assaulted a lawyer last week in Ikoyi area of Lagos, would be demoted in ranks, for wearing plain clothes to effect the arrest of the legal practitioner.

See how internet users reacted to picture of the federal SARS operatives.

Ewo!!! Nig Man Caught Defiling His Friend’s 12-Year-Old Daughter & THIS Happened (Photos)

A man identified as Sikiru, was, this afternoon, apprehended while having a carnal knowledge of his friend’s 12 years old daughter, around Muslim high school, Sagamu, Ogun State

ICC: Buhari Invited for Questioning Over Human Rights Abuses in Nigeria – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said the Presidency lied on President Muhammadu Buhari’s invitation to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

The PDP in a statement on Monday by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, said contrary to effort by the Presidency to present the invitation as positive for the Buhari Presidency, the administration has a lot of questions to answer.

French Envoy Faults Buhari on Herdsmen Killings

The outgoing French Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Denys Gauer, has identified impunity and injustice as the factors driving the killings and bloodshed in Plateau, Benue, Kaduna and other parts of the country.

Chai!!! Charly Boy’s Daughter Finally Comes Out as a Lesb!an, Shows Off Her Cute Girlfriend (Photos)

Dewy Oputa the Daughter of Charly Boy who’s known for her Stand in LGBT, has finally showed us the face of her Girlfriend for the first time, According to US based dewy she was nervous when she wanted to share the photos, But She doesn’t care no more..

Ekiti Election: What Governors told Fayose, Fayemi

The Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) has wished the outgoing Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, luck in his new endeavour.

The forum said this in a congratulatory message to Kayode Fayemi, winner of the state gubernatorial election that was held last Saturday.

Fayemi defeated Kolapo Olusola, deputy governor of the state, who contested the election under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Abdulaziz Yari, Governor of Zamfara who also serves as the NGF chairman said “elections are usually healthy contests that determine who keeps the mantle of leadership in the state for a certain period of time and not a victor and vanquished affair.

“The NGF chairman, while wishing the out-going governor of Ekiti State Mr. Peter Ayodele Fayose, luck in his new endeavour and stating that the NGF would miss his invaluable contributions at its meetings, also welcomes the in-coming governor to the forum to which he is returning as a ranking and experienced member.”

Yari also welcomed Fayemi, adding that he hopes the Governor-elect would join hands with the other Governors in the country, to strengthen the NGF and add value to their deliberations at their monthly meetings.

Ekiti election: INEC dares Olusola to head for court

Ekiti State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in last Saturday’s election got yesterday a reply to his threat to challenge the result in court.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the supervisor of the poll, told Prof. Kolapo Olusola –Eleka to head for the election tribunal. All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate Kayode Fayemi won the election, which was widely adjudged to be free and fair.

Also yesterday, Ekit State Governor Ayodele Fayose faulted the outcome of the poll.

Fayose described Fayiemi’s victory as temporary, adding that it would be upturned at the tribunal.

He alleged that nobody was rejoicing in the state, asking why people were not celebrating if the result reflected the will of the people.

Ado-Ekiti, the state capital, was in a carnival mood on Sunday when Fayemi’s motorcade from his Isan home drove slowly to the APC’s secretariat, where he addressed a huge crowd of dancing and singing party supporters and residents.

APC National Chairman Adams Oshiomhole said the ruling party was celebrating the outcome of the election because “under President Muhammadu Buhari’s government, we now can see that election can be conducted without people being hospitalised or some finding their way to the grave because they have been killed in the process.”

INEC insisted that the result of the election was a reflection of the will of the people.

The agency’s Director of Voter Education and Publicity, Mr. Wole Osaze-Uzzi, said: “INEC welcomes the decision of Prof. Eleka to go to the tribunal on the outcome of the governorship election. That is the proper thing to do.

“Legal process is a better resort than making inciting statements and engaging in media trial. We welcome judicial intervention on disputes arising from the election. Just like in the case of Edo State, it is left to Eleka to prove his case before the tribunal.”

Osaze-Uzzi rated the outcome of the election as “good and a fair reflection of the will of the people of Ekiti State”. “Even international and local observers rated the conduct of the poll as good,” he said, adding:

“We have been receiving preliminary reports from the accredited Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). Most of those in the so-called Coalition of Civil Society Groups were not accredited for the poll by INEC.

“The materials and logistics were on spot and accreditation of voters started as and when due in more than 92 per cent of the polling units.”

Responding to a question, Osaze-Uzzi said: “INEC is yet to have a post-mortem session on the poll but we have received oral briefing from some of our National Commissioners and others on ground.

“Certainly, we will hold a post-mortem meeting when all officials are fully back.”

Fayose said Buhari’s endorsement of the poll he described as a “charade” showed that the President lacked democratic credentials.

Fayose said: “I hold my head high and I can never be suppressed.”

Reacting to a statement on Sunday by presidential spokesman Garba Shehu entitled: “Fayose: In the end, a high-powered nothing.”

Fayose,speaking through his Chief Press Secretary Idowu Adelusi,said “President Muhammadu Buhari should not be happy and applaud this situation whereby the police, army, civil defence and INEC were used to snatch the collective mandate freely given to the Peoples Democratic Party candidate, Prof. Kolapo Olusola and delivering it to the All Progressives Congress candidate which Ekiti people rejected.

“Can you call that election?  Of course not, it was a contest between Olusola and the INEC and security agencies.

“There was indiscriminate arrest of our party leaders, harassment and brutalisation of voters in a massive scale especially in Ado, Ikere and other areas.

“The thugs imported by the APC operated freely under the cover of security agencies to snatch ballot boxes, create confusion, cause mayhem and drive away voters in PDP strong holds. Our party agents were driven away with gun.

“Buhari has demonstrated truly that he is not a democrat, but a dictator who is yet to get over military mentality. Muscling of democracy in Nigeria today by the Buhari administration is not about Ekiti alone.

“Presidential aspirants and PDP states should prepare to have a taste of brutality of this administration. This is why we all need to stand up to rescue Nigeria.”

“I am Peter Ayodele Fayose, I hold my head high. I can never be suppressed. I don’t lose battles and I will not lose this. I will laugh last. Those waiting for me, will wait in vain.

“They should remember what the prophet said to that heady king in the Bible, which applies to them. He that wears the armour should not boast as he that removes it.”

“It is only Buhari that will pride himself with the security shooting sporadically at polling centres, scaring people to pave the way for the APC thugs to snatch ballot boxes.

“What Buhari has won as referendum from Ekiti people, Nigerians, and international community is shame. If APC has truly won, why is it that there is no jubilation in Ekiti?

“The victory of Kayode Fayemi is pyrrhic. We will reclaim the stolen mandate in the court by the power of God.”

Speaking after the National Working Committee (NWC) meeting of the APC in Abuja, Oshiomhole said: “We are particularly excited not because we won, but like we said the last time, what matters to us is the process rather than the outcome. We just want to make sure that the results of election reflect the will of the people.

 

“You will also recall that there were issues about police deployment. I am very happy that all the commentators and observes including the EU, are happy that the election was free of violence and that the process was free and fair. We cannot ask for more.

“We are very proud of this accomplishment and we have asked Dr. Fayemi to use the intervening period between now and then to reflect on all that he needs to reflect on so that by the time  he is sworn in formally, he will hit the ground running because the Ekiti people can not afford to wait any longer to begin to see a renewed and refocused leadership that will ensure the quality of life of the Ekiti people.

“We have also appealed to him to readily see the wisdom to carry along various shades of opinion and also reach out to the opposition and ensure that he carries them along in the governance of the state. That is the promise of democracy.

“In fact, democracy works well, regardless of who wins, if the winner governs well for the benefit of all. Indeed, the people can never lose in a democracy and we trust that Fayemi will do all that, including addressing the huge liability.”

Buhari orders repatriation of Nigerians stranded in Russia

President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the repatriation of Nigerians stranded in Russia after the World Cup.

Garba Shehu, presidential spokesman, disclosed this on Monday following reports of scores of Nigerians who travelled for the World Cup but were unable to leave, having discovered that they were swindled.

Shehu said the President has directed Geoffrey Onyeama, minister of foreign affairs and Hadi Sirika, minister of state for aviation, to commence the process of repatriating the Nigerians.

The directive, according to a statement issued by the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the President, Garba Shehu, is in line with the current administration’s policy to ensure the welfare of Nigerians in every part of the world.

Okocha hits Buhari as Croatia, France presidents attend 2018 World Cup final [VIDEO]

Former Super Eagles captain, Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha, took a shot at President Muhammadu Buhari, after the 2018 World Cup final between Croatia and France on Sunday.

Both teams received cheers in Moscow by their respective presidents, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and Emmanuel Macron.

Okocha, speaking on SuperSport, said Nigeria was used to presidents who never want to go away.

“You see the Croatian President, not a bad looking one. And the French President too, a young man who clicked with the team all along not some old man who doesn’t want to go away,” he said.

Grabar-Kitarovic became a huge fans’ favourite throughout the tournament, after taking an unpaid leave to support her national team in Russia.

“Leave Igbos Alone And Face your Cow Business, Igbos Are more Talented than Any Other Region In Nigeria” – Chief Asari Dokubo Bombs Northerners

2019 : Igbos Made A Great Mistake In 2015 And Can’t Wait To Correct The Mistake By Massively Voting For Buhari – Okorocha

Buhari Will End Farmers-herders Crises — Minister Reveals