This incident happened yesterday afternoon at Adeniji Adele, Dolphin Estate, Phase 2. A little girl ran into a woman’s shop crying. The woman asked her why she was crying, but the little girl couldn’t really express herself. She just kept pointing at a particular direction, and crying. Then a few minutes later, the shop owner saw a man approaching her shop and calling on the girl to follow him. The woman asked the man who he was and why he was after the girl. The man probably realized the women wasn’t going to release the girl to him, so he tried to run.
The woman raised an alarm immediately shouting ole ole, thinking he was a kidnapper, not knowing he had done something much worse.
Youths in the area thinking the man was a thief descended on him. The man kept saying he wasn’t a thief that the little girl was known to him. They turned to the girl and pressured her to tell them what the guy had done to her; the 3 year old told them that the man had taken her to the last floor of a 3 story building and hurt her. They checked the girl’s panties and saw blood all over her private area. The blood had even dropped to her legs but nobody noticed on time.
On hearing this, the youths descended on him once again, this time more brutal. They stripped him naked, and beat him with stick, stones, bottles, etc until someone called the police who then took the man away.
Very shamelessssssssssss animal!!!!
When news went round that top Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele a.k.a Jennifer was getting married to Almaroof some months ago, not many knew that the man she was getting married to was not Alhaji Moruf Adedayo Afolayan a.k.a Almaroof, who is a top Yoruba movies marketer.
Many were quick to believe that Funke had found love in the young and successful Idumota marketer.
It however, came as a shock to millions of Nollywood lovers, when the real identity of Funke’s heartthrob, Alhaji Almaroof Kehinde Oloyede was finally revealed and it turned out not to be who many had thought he was.
Nigeriafilms.com caught up with Adedayo Afolayan at an awards event recently and he was asked about his reaction, when people initially thought he was the Almaroof that was getting married to Funke Akindele.
He said, “my wife thought I dumped her to marry Funke. I had to leave home for days until the wedding story died down. It was later my wife realized that I wasn’t the same Almaroof was getting married to Funke Akindele. It was really a bad experience for me.”
Alhaji Moruf Adedayo Afolayan a.k.a Almaroof
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Justice Oputa, the aged man whose son, Charly Boy is one of the men shaking entertainment industry recently disowned Charly Boy as a son.
“Charly Boy is not my Son. I think Charlyboy is a character. I don’t have any child as Charlyboy, I have Charles Oputa. I don’t allow Charlyboy into my house, but I have a caring son called Charles,” he said.
Justice Oputa who also spoke kindly of his son said he respects his son’s will so much and can not but support him even right from the day he decided to be a revolutionist.
Hear him, “he has his own will, he has been doing what he likes, he has been happy with what he is doing and that is the aim of life. If you are satisfied, contented with the day to day existence, then you are considered a happy man. You may be very rich and happy but not satisfied, but if you are in an atmosphere you like and you have a wife who agrees with you like Charles, then you are lucky. My son is very understanding, loving and shows so much concern and respect for me and her mother. That’s all we need from him at this age.
He has lofty visions seemingly impossible to actualize. He pursues those visions with a single-minded doggedness, exhibiting an amazing capacity to build a team and drive them relentlessly toward the realization of his dreams. His advice to the youths to never let anybody kill their dreams is his personal mantra which rules him. I salute that.”
Yakubu Adesokan has won the first gold medal for Nigeria in the on-going Paralympic Games in London.
The 33 year-old did it in style by breaking the world record in the men’s 48 category by lifting 178 kg, which is over three times his body weight!
He has really done Nigeria proud!!!!
Around 2,600 foreign students could be deported from Britain after their university was stripped of its ability to sponsor visas for pupils beyond the European Union, the government announced Thursday. The move provoked dismay from students and accusations that the move by the Conservative-led government, which is bent on reducing immigration, could damage Britain’s global reputation.
London Metropolitan University has lost its “highly trusted status” because a survey found significant problems with the qualifications of many of its foreign students, Immigration Minister Damian Green said.
In a “significant proportion” of cases, there was no documentation that students had a good standard of English, Green said, and there was no proof that half of those sampled were attending lectures. He said the sampling of the university’s foreign students indicated that more than a quarter did not have current permission to be in the country.
“Any one of those breaches would be serious,” Green told BBC radio. “We found all three of those breaches at London Metropolitan.”
A degree from a U.K. university is highly prized by many students abroad, and those from outside the European Union often pay higher fees than residents. The British government, which has cracked down on immigration in multiple ways, has pointed to student visas as a category ripe for abuse by those who may instead be looking for work.
London Metropolitan has 30,000 students, and 2,600 are affected by the government’s decision, said university spokesman Nick Hansen. Students from other European Union countries don’t need visas.
The affected students will have 60 days to find new sponsors once they are formally notified by the government, or they could be deported. A task force has been set up to help genuine students who otherwise qualify for visas, Universities Minister David Willetts said, but with the fall term imminent students have little time to find new sponsors and courses.