Saturday, April 16, 2016

Music: MC Galaxy ft Swizz Beatz – Sekem (Remix)

You gotta love this, 

MCG Entertainment boss MC Galaxy finally drops the much anticipated international collabo remix to his previous trending dope jam titled Sekem which he team up with Swizz Beatz.

DOWNLOAD MC Galaxy ft Swizz Beatz – Sekem (Remix) (mp3)

Nail Or Fail??President Buhari's Stylist 'Jeremiah Ogbodo' aka Swankyjerry goes blonde

The celebrity stylist and fashion influencer who just returned to Lagos from his World tour - ATL, Chicago, New York and Dubai has got a new stylish hair style.

NDLEA arrests woman who faked pregnancy with N20m wraps of cocaine (photos)

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested a mother of three who faked pregnancy with 86 pellets of white powdery substances that tested positive to cocaine.


Dorothy Onyekasi, 41,‎ was intercepted at the Lagos airport during the inward screening of passengers on an Emirates flight from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The cocaine has a total weight of 1.720 kilogrammes with an estimated street value of N20.6 million Naira, the NDLEA said in a statement on Saturday.

Ahmadu Garba, NDLEA commander at the Lagos airport, said the wraps of cocaine would have been 
easily mistaken for pregnancy.

"It was discovered that the suspect kept 86 wraps of cocaine inside a waist bag which was tied to her stomach," said Mr. Garba.

"Unfortunately, the drug was detected by NDLEA officers on her arrival from Dubai. The drug was immediately packed and weighed in her presence."

The suspect, who said she's an importer of female bags and shoes,‎ said her involvement in drug trafficking was a mistake.

"I am separated from my husband who left me with three children. I used to import female bags and shoes from Dubai. My involvement in drug trafficking is a mistake and I take responsibility for my action.

"I travelled to Dubai to buy my goods. While I was preparing to return, I met a man in Dubai who gave me the drug and promised to give me enough money to expand my business. He also told me that when I get to Nigeria, he will call his partner to collect the drug and give me my money."

The suspect said on arrival in Nigeria, officials of the NDLEA detected the drugs at the airport.

"It is all my fault.," Ms. Onyekasi, who hails from Enugu State, said.

"If only I was contented with the profit from the sales of my goods; I would not have been in this problem."


Muhammed Abdallah‎, NDLEA's Chairman described recent drug seizures at the Lagos airport as a welcome development that is capable of forcing drug cartels to a retreat.

"In the past few days, the NDLEA has recorded numerous arrests and drug seizures at the Lagos airport," said Mr. Abdallah, a retired colonel.

"The drug cartels have also suffered huge losses from these operations. This particular suspect feigned pregnancy with wraps of cocaine but she was caught by vigilant narcotic agents.

"Some of the suspects recently apprehended concealed drugs in their socks and luggage while others ingested wraps of cocaine in disregard of the danger to their health. In spite of their craftiness, we are daily stopping them from perpetrating their criminal act and forcing them to a retreat."

New Music: Pepenazi ft. Lil Kesh – Iwo Na (Your Wishes)

This is a dope tune and anothet certified hit,

Ecleftic / Ybnl Act Pepenazi Who just concluded his club tour yesterday at benin, Finally decide to give us this new hit to mark his birthday celebration which is today 16th april and he features lil kesh on this one titled Iwo na.

DOWNLOAD

17-year-old girl boyfriend planned to use for money rituals escapes

A 17-year-old Senior Secondary 2 (SS2) student, Ruth Alabi, narrowly escaped being killed for money rituals when her boyfriend lured her to a herbalist's residence at Olodo area of Ibadan before she was rescued by vigilante men.

Ruth Alabi, who claimed to be an SS2 student at an undisclosed school in Abuja, said she came to spend the Easter holiday with her mother in Ibadan when the incident occurred.

Her boyfriend, Chubuike Omigbo , 33, who sold building materials at Iwo Road area of Ibadan was arrested and paraded alongside the herbalist, Oladimeji Babatunde Ajala ,37, by the State Police 
Command yesterday.

The State Commissioner of Police (CP), Mr Leye Oyebade, who briefed newsmen on the incident at the State Police Headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan, told journalists that the suspects had planned to use the girl for money-making rituals before the plan was thwarted by the police.

The CP noted that the suspects were arrested following a tip-off by a strategic partner when the duo was planning to use the girl for money ritual. He said:

 "The victim's boyfriend, Chibuike, had lured her to the herbalist's residence at No. 5, Galilee Street, Olodo area of the state for the purpose of the ritual. 

"Luck, however, ran out on them when their evil plan was uncovered through their conversation which was overheard by an eavesdropper. The suspects confessed to being fraudsters and that they had defrauded many innocent victims in the past."

The police also recovered a black Nissan Altima car with registration no. APP 627 CA, which the police said was bought with proceeds from illegal business. Other items recovered from the suspects were criminal charms, one statute in the image of Jesus, two other statutes and broken bottles spread on a mat.

Answering questions from newsmen, Alabi, who was accompanied by her mother, said she had been going out with her boyfriend for the past four months until the incident occurred.

She often met her lover in front of a popular eatery before proceeding to hotel for more intimacy, she added.

"But the day this incident happened, Easter day, my boyfriend came with two of his friends and he asked me to enter a vehicle which they brought, and they took me to a hotel where I was asked what I would drink. I told him that I would take malt drink but he insisted I should take stout. So, I took a small bottle of stout. At a point, one of his friends said I should come with him into a hotel room and there he told me he wanted to have sex with me. I was uncomfortable with that, wondering how that could be. So, I had to lie that I was having my menstruation.

"After, my boyfriend said I should accompany him to another place but I told him it's already dark, that my mother had been calling my phone and that I would like to return home. He continued to pester me until he took me to the place, and when we got to a place, he was calling some of his friends and I was afraid because it was already 10:00 p.m. That was all I know."

The victim was said to have slumped on the way to the herbalist's residence, attracting vigilante men who called the police. When the police arrived, Alabi was rushed to a nearby hospital in an unconscious state before she was revived.

While in the hospital, the girl said that a medical examination revealed that the stout she drank was laced with drugs.

Interviewed, the two suspects denied planning to use the girl for rituals.

Gov Ayo Fayose accused of photo-shopping his Investment speech pictures in China(see)

Ekiti State governor who was pictured in China few days ago speaking to a group of investors has been accused of photo-shopping the pictures.

It is reported that he was actually posing in-front of a tourist center while pretending to address an audience.

True Love?? Another Young Nigerian Man recently married a White Grand ma

Well,  i just hope it is true love.. This time and not Green card. Lol

Floyd Mayweather Buys 2016 Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe For Girlfriend From a Nigerian (Photos)

Well like they say there is no love '' without money,  Floyd just expressed to this lady that he loves him '' - Cupid


 
Check out this expensive Rolls Royce Phantom retired boxer Floyd Mayweather bought for his girlfriend, Bad Medina.

Billionaire Adenuga's Son & His Babymama Fighting Because He Refused To Marry Her



Guys, it's always a problem having babymamas these days, just be ready for quarrels and fights...

An Igbosere Magistrate's Court in Lagos has granted custody rights to Eniola, son of billionaire businessman, Mike Adenuga, over his 16-month old daughter.

But his estranged girlfriend with whom he had the child, Maggie Ogun, a pharmacist, has sought the court's leave to appeal the order.

In his earlier ruling, Chief Magistrate O. A. Ogunbowale had dismissed her objection that Adenuga cannot take adequate care of the child.

The ruling: "Consequently, the applicant (Adenuga) is hereby granted an overnight access to the subject (child) every fortnight from 8 am on Saturday to12 noon on Sunday."

The Nation reports that the order took effect from March 16 and would subsist until the case is determined.

But, Ms Ogun, through her lawyer, Mrs Marian Jones of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), has applied to the magistrate for leave to appeal the ruling.

She is also praying for an order suspending the ruling's execution, as well as an order praying for a stay of proceedings pending the appeal's determination.

The magistrate's absence stalled the application's hearing on Wednesday. Adenuga also applied to the court to change his counsel from the firm of Adesokan & Adesokan to Akintunde Williams & Co.

The young Adenuga who works at Conoil Producing Limited, said he started "an amorous affair" with Ms Ogun in October 2013.

She informed him in 2014 that she was pregnant with his child, following which he took full responsibility for their welfare.

Adenuga said he paid for her ante natal care at Reddington Hospital, gave her N100,000 monthly and took her to London where she was delivered of a baby girl on October 23, 2014.

He said he paid the bills worth 22,000 pounds, purchased a first class Lagos-London return ticket for her, and accommodated Ms Ogun and her mother in his Cadogan Gardens, London home.

The applicant said Ms Ogun returned to Lagos last year January, and denied him access to the child.

"I was denied access by the respondent to see my daughter on the ground that I was not interested in marrying her. I sought her understanding in this regard and reminded her of the fact that we had both agreed to end the relationship as it was heading to nowhere," he said.

Adenuga said Ogun's mother insisted that he would only see the child on the condition that he married her daughter. Thus, he was not allowed to see his child between last year March and October.

According to him, on one occasion that he was allowed access to the house, he observed that Ms Ogun left his daughter in the care of a security man who doubled as houseboy/nanny and her grandmother, a septuagenarian.

"I was shocked at the unhealthy, unhygienic and unsafe environment in which my daughter was being brought up," he said, adding that he sends N200,000 to Ms Ogun monthly for their upkeep.

Adenuga said he enrolled his daughter at a "world-class" crèche where he paid N600,000 per term. He said he was only able to see his daughter when he organised a birthday party for her, and when he took her and Ms Ogun to Dubai on holiday.

He said, "On getting back to Nigeria, she reverted to denying me custody and access to my daughter."

On why he wants custody of the child, Adenuga said: "The respondent is unwilling to create time needed to care for my daughter physically, emotionally and mentally and I reasonably believe that my daughter currently lacks motherly attention."

But Ms Ogun, in her counter-claim, said she never denied Adenuga access to his child. She said from last May to October, she took her daughter to the applicant's mother's residence in Victoria Island every weekend.

She said she also took the daughter to the applicant's father's house on Banana Island at least thrice a week and sometimes slept over.

She claimed that, problem arose when Adenuga's mother demanded that she and the daughter spend two weeks monthly at her residence. She said her family refused because she was not married to Adenuga.

According to her, she was trying to resolve the issue amicably when Adenuga, on October 13 last year, came to her home in company of a policeman demanding that his daughter be produced, and in the process assaulted her mother and damaged her phone.

She denied keeping her daughter in the care of a security man, saying: "During my working hours and prior to when my daughter started attending crèche, she is left in the care of my grandmother and my nanny."

She said the only time her daughter was ill, she was diagnosed with an infection common to children when they start crawling and teething and was promptly treated.

"I have never denied the applicant access to my daughter, rather, he wants custody. I don't believe it is in my daughter's interest that the applicant be granted custody of my daughter," she said.

According to her, Adenuga "is not suited to cope with the demands of having full custody of a 16-month old female child." She added that "he does not have a definite schedule" and "comes home by
12."

How Did They Graduate?? See Grammatical Blunders From A couple Of Corpers That Passed Out on Thursday



 
Below is the grammatical blunder made by some Nigerian youth corpers who just rounded up their service. 

Special Birthday Shoutout To Blog Reader and Fam '' Eniola''

You know how we are,  we love celebrating our own,  Eniola Quincy is one of the friends that have supported this platform right from the beginning

And on this very special day of her life,  we the Enekem Blog family is taking this post to wish her a wonderful and prosperous year ahead.

Cheers

Follow Eniola on Instagram @quincysparkle

If your birthday is close send us your pics and detail to enekem4real@gmail.com

Do You All agree with what this mother told her son that stole from her?

Hmm,  oh well hear this out..

A 9-year-old boy stole N500 from his mother's purse, the mother caught him and gave him serious beating.

The angry mother held the boy's ear and asked him.

Do you know where stealing will take you to? Surprisingly the boy said Yes, the mother shockingly asked him where?

The boy replied "National Assembly Abuja. 

True or false? 

#15questions4buhari Comedian IGoDye writes an open letter to President Buhari, asks questions

Popular comedian IGoDye took to his Instagram page to write an open letter to the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. According to him, ...