I caught my wife in bed with a married man- Femi Fani-Kayode

@SaharaReporters posted a video which supposedly depicts me ABUSING my estranged wife.This is nothing but a propaganda video.There was NO physical abuse.I simply took the phone from her to stop her from recording me after catching her in bed with a married man days earlier.

I repeat there was NO physical abuse whatsoever and she had been insulting and subjecting everybody, including family members, staff and children, to PHYSICAL and VERBAL abuse the whole day. As usual, it was a nightmare!

My words in the video are self explanatory. I urge those thet watched it to listen to those words carefully. I told her that everyone wanted peace except for her and all she did was indulge in scandal after scandal. I have NEVER physically abused my estranged wife.

Entertainment, Lifestyle

Video: Arole Oodua Ooni of Ife in Olojo’s festival event.

This Event(Olojo Festival) Happened on Sunday 27th of September, 2020.

The Arole Oodua, His Imperial Majesty, Oonirinsa Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, Ooni of Ife wearing the ‘real’ beaded Crown(Ade Aare), the Oldest Crown in the history of Crowns. It’s oftentimes worn ONLY ONCE in a year.

Weight: About 60kg
Equi.: 132 Pounds and heavy Spiritually. The more reason the King could not walk properly, but slowly.

Click on the link and watch the video.


I Have Been Wearing The Same Shoes For The Last 12 Weeks” – Pastor Adeboye’s Son, Leke Reveals

Leke Adeboye, son of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has explained why dressing to kill is pointless.

According to Leke, the lockdown made him realize he has nothing to prove to anyone. He revealed he has been wearing the same shoes for the last 12 weeks for special occasions Sundays.

“Lockdown made me realise, I really don’t have anything to prove to anyone. I have been wearing the same shoes for the last 12 weeks (special occasions Sundays). I’m just grateful I have legs to wear shoes. If anyone is not happy about my same shoes. Wait until I’m wearing just the same outfits. There is just no point dressing to kill the same souls JESUS is told you to go save!

Remain Safe and most importantly remain Saved! Happy Sunday again.” he wrote as he shared a photos of the pair of shoes.


He was a Danfo Conductor, now a Masters degree holder by Waribugo Sylva PhD

From 2005 – 2009, he was a Danfo Conductor.

The Nation Newspaper carried his news as the “Child Conductor… in Lagos State”.

He used his earnings as a conductor to attend evening classes and wrote GCE and JAMB.

He got admission into university and paid the year 1 school fees by himself.

He later got some helpers.

Fast forward to 2020…


Let me say this…Vision precedes provision.

Vision precedes provision.
Passion is the passport of champions.

The Red Sea parts and stands at attention to salute those who know where they are going.

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Never say never! Read Amina Modibbo success story of Zero to Hero.

23-year-old Amina Ameera Modibbo battled with divorce stigma and survived domestic violence. Despite the ridicules and humiliation by some family members, who thought she would end up “useless and sleep around”, she went back to school, completed her LLB and graduated from Law School. Few days ago, she was called to the Nigerian Bar and is engaged to an amazing man.

Taking to Instagram to share her inspiring story, Ameera revealed that she got married three years ago at 20 when all she had was an incomplete degree and a supportive mother.

Read her story below:

Hello, My name is Amina Ameera Modibbo and this is my story.

Three years ago if you’d tell me that I’d be called to the Nigerian Bar I’d definitely think you’re crazy or something but here we are Alhamdulillah.

I got married at the age of 20 when all i had was an incomplete law degree and my mom. I was ridiculed and humiliated for being a divorce?e by my closest family and the people I didn’t even know.

My family members thought I’d be useless and sleep around all my life coz that’s what they thought all divorced women do and that got to me. At first i wanted to give up, thinking all they said to me was going to be true, but i decided to prove them all wrong. I went back to school, got my LLB completed and went to lawschool. I cried my heart out and prayed to god to never let my enemies laugh at me and my mom and here we are with an LL.B and a B.L, and an amazing Fiance?. Who would’ve ever thought
Stop shaming divorced women coz it could be your sister, daughter, niece, aunt or even your mom. No body knows what they’re destined to go through, so pray for Allah to make yours easy on you.

For divorces! No body should stop you from achieving your dreams forget about your past and pray to God for wisdom.

Amina Modibbo


FUOYE Student Dies In Lover’s Room In Osun.

There is palpable fear and tension in Iree community of Boripe Local Government in the state of Osun with the discovery of the dead body of a 22-year old student of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, identified as Faderera.

Late Faderera

According to sources who confirmed the incident, the deceased who is a 300 level student of Mathematics Education had visited her boyfriend, Malik living in an hostel along Koko campus of the institution in company of her friend, Kemisola Adewusi, a student of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

The remains of Faderera

It was said that Malik who was not known to be a student of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree bought cooked rice for his visitors on Tuesday morning before the incident happened.

Faderera the sources revealed had complained of stomach pain and fainted while eating the food while her friend, Kemisola who tried to pour water on her also slumped sustaining serious injury in the process.


As claimed by Kemisola’s account of the incident, the duo hail from Ipetu-Ijesha in the state of Osun.

The SUG President of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, Kehinde Raji said all evidences showed that the suspect, Malik who as at the time of filing in this report had fled is not a student of the institution.

He was said to have completed his National Diploma from the Osun State College of Technology, Esa-Oke yet. However, his studentship was in doubt.

Raji stressed during a search, varying degrees of charms were found in Malik’s room.

The suspect, Malik as at the time of filing in this report has since disappeared into thin air.

Reports say Kemisola has been taken to the Police station in Iree while the remains of the departed has been taken to the Lautech Teaching Hospital, Osogbo. @ Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.


77 Years Old Crocodile Living With A Family In Ibadan

Ask anyone around the Oje axis in Ibadan for directions to Delesolu Compound, you can be sure you’ll get there without having to ask again. “Ile Dele”, as they call it, is well known especially because a crocodile is being reared there.

In a bid to find out why a crocodile is being reared in a compound in the heart of one of Ibadan’s most popular markets in Ibadan.

Having to wait as the head of the family, Chief Raufu Yesufu Delesolu, who doubles as the Oota Olubadan of Ibadanland was holding court proved useful. It provided a firsthand experience of what happens in Igbejo Delesolu. He was overseeing a matter brought by traders in the market. When he had settled the matter, we were ushered into the hall and one after the other, Chief Delesolu did justice to the questions posed by the team.

When asked what was behind the rearing of a crocodile by the family, his response was “it is not a religious thing; it is just a family tradition. When our father came to Ibadan as a soldier, he had it.

He had first settled in Ojaaba but when the place became too small for him and his family, he approached Iba Oluyole who was ruling Ibadan then and he gave him the place we are now. And when they came, they agreed that there had to be a crocodile”.

While making it clear that the tradition is as old as Oje Market itself, he shed more light as he said “the present crocodile is not the first. The present one was brought in 1940”. Not done, Chief Delesolu explained that “we moved into this hall in 1949. That was when I was in Class One. And since then, I have never seen anyone bringing palm oil or salt to say they are doing any ritual. The only instruction our parents would give us was that we should go and fetch water and pour it where the crocodile is. Sometimes they would tell us to fetch six buckets each and we would be in a hurry to do so; in order to have time to play football”.

He agreed that the crocodile has been a centre of attraction for decades; “back then, Europeans would come and see the crocodile. They were the ones that made us know that we should be feeding it with chicken. Our fathers never gave it chicken; all they did was just pour water. It used to go out then. It would go and stay in the pond near Ojo ‘Badan’s house. Maybe if not for that pond, it would have gone away long ago.

Funny enough some herbalists would come and even people looking for children. There was a day some people in white clothes came and wanted to start circling the place but we quickly stopped them so that they won’t give our compound a bad name. I said this is not the Ka’aba, why would you be going round it? So we drove them away”.

But does the croc perform any particular function? Oloye Delesolu said “as a family, we believe there are some things that cannot be seen by the ordinary eye. Maybe it has a way of protecting children in the compound. For instance, high fever is not heard of in the compound. You can see that we ran a pipe there; those days we used to pour water and drain the water manually, it would sometimes snatch containers and damage them with its teeth.

It lays eggs, even without mating. It laid eggs some months ago and to retrieve the eggs, we would trick it with a chicken and use the wood there to enclose it at the other end before someone can enter to pack the eggs.

There is nothing religious about it; it is just a family tradition. We are not the only ones that have a crocodile in Ibadan.”

We didn’t leave without asking if there a taboo guiding the tradition or what would happen if there is no crocodile , he looked at the team and said “like I said, it is not a religion. When you know that this thing is your tradition, your family custom, that oh, this was how my fathers did it, you will want to continue that way.

It has never harmed anyone and we don’t even allow it to go out so it is not posing any danger to anybody.
We buy chicken for it but meat sellers in the market come to give it meat, sometimes when animals get killed by vehicles, they will come and give it to the crocodile”.

Again we asked, can there be more than one? “Sometimes Hausa traders bring crocodiles for us to buy but we don’t oblige them because we are not rearing it for food so we don’t need more than one at a time. And when that one dies, whoever is the head of the family at that time will buy a new one”.

When we asked how Igbejo Delesolu came to be, Chief Delesolu laughed and said “Allahu Akbar, this is our own Aso Rock because our family has about 131 compounds extending from Alafara Oje. Igbejo is what our fathers had before the British came with their court system and established customary courts. What we do here is to ensure that peace reigns in the market and till date, if there are disputes in the market they will come here and the matter will be resolved”.

Health, Lifestyle

Covid-19: Let’s get real here by Mayegun’s General

Nigeria will go on lockdown in about 2 weeks. Everything will ground to a halt.

Gbajabiamila, Lawan, Emefiele and others met today to discuss how to help Nigerians during this period

They proposed N8,500 per household, others suggested further crash in petrol price and N25,000 per household. They are planning to pay those with lowest income directly via your BVN – the problem is the movement of cash, when to pay, how much to pay and for how long?


If they want to help, every household of 3 should receive N100,000 every 3 weeks until this ends. If you are living alone, you should receive N40,000 every 3 weeks. Use the BVN

Anything else is genje!


Stay safe famz

Maiyegun General


Former Emir Sanusi’s books ‘worth over N200m’ moved out of Kano palace

A library belonging to Muhammad Sanusi II, deposed Emir of Kano, has been moved out of the palace.
Mujtaba Abba, Sanusi’s principal private secretary said the library is worth over N200 million.

Sanusi Lamido’s library

Sanusi was said to have been worried about the library which has over 40,000 books and catalogues.

Former Emir of Kamo’s library

“His highness’ greatest concern was the fate of his books, so my sister and I stayed behind to ensure that we evacuated all the books,” Abba said.
“It took us sleepless nights to accomplish the task in two days. I made most of the transactions for the purchase of the books, and I can tell you, in conservative estimate, they’re worth over N200m.”
Sanusi, a former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), is an economist many consider as an influential intellectual from the north.

Abba, who also recently resigned as Falakin Kano, added that among Sanusi’s “over 40 beautiful horses and over 100 choice saddles, he picked one each and left the remaining to his successor”.