Former MBGN queen, Adaeze Yobo has shared the story of how her husband, former Super Eagles captain, Joseph Yobo, had proposed to her, three months after their first meeting.
She revealed this as she celebrates her 7th year of marriage, on her Instagram page.
“Popped the question 3months after we met and I’ve been all in ya bizness ever since 😂 7years!!! 3 cities, 6 diff addresses, 1 poke nosing 6 year old that can tell when we are fighting even when we pretend in his face 😅, 1 little rascal + 1 more on the way and you still the annoying, anti-social, sexy, God fearing, intelligent, very loving, caring man i met. I love that when we fight you can’t get anything done cos yu worried😝😆 I shld get yu a trophy for putting up with me babe 😆 I love our relationship, our trust and love. Thank you God for making my marriage beautiful ❤ #7yearsweddinganniversary #newyear,” she wrote.
Joseph Yobo and Adaeze had gotten married in a quiet ceremony seven years ago and are blessed with two children, with one on the way.
In a circular on its official Twitter handle, @MMMNigeriaHelp, has assured its millions of Nigerian subscribers that their accounts will be unfrozen on January 14.
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National leader the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has told Nigerians that the pain of the current economic recession will soon give way for better days.
Tinubu, who gave the assurance in a New Year message issued from his media office, observed that the past year was full of great challenges and congratulated Nigerians for witnessing the beginning of the New Year 2017.
“The last year witnessed a lot of sacrifices on the path of Nigerians. The government of APC is mindful. It is the necessary pain before the gain. As we move into a new year the pains will ease off in certain areas as the policies and initiatives of the Buhari led government begin to yield needed relief and dividends.
“We have begun on a journey and a path of sacrifice not of our choosing, but brought upon us all because a few, chosen to lead, have led without vision, compunction or compassion.
“Now that we have a leadership that is committed, focused and people oriented we must align to make Nigeria work. We are a people blessed by God and destined to be great. The path to greatness is often not smooth. But, I am confident Nigeria will arrive and fulfill her destiny,” the former Lagos governor said.
The statement urged Nigerians to “pray and hope for a new county where feeding and shelter will not be a challenge and more of our people will find work to do”.
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The Christian Association of Nigerian has condemned the killing of Christians in Southern Kaduna describing it as ethnic and religious cleansing by “Islamic fundamentalists disguising as Fulani herdsmen”, with evil intention of wiping off non-Muslims.
The body also declared a national day of mourning.
While commending President Muhammadu Buhari for his relentless war against the Boko Haram terrorists since assumption of office, CAN however, said it was pained by “his silence over the ongoing genocide in the last few weeks.”
The General Secretary of CAN, Dr. Musa Asake, said Buhari’s silence over the ongoing genocide in the last few weeks “speaks volume over perceived official endorsement of the dastardly and ungodly acts.”
He said, “In view of the present predicament, the President of CAN has directed that Sunday January 8 2017, should be declared national day of mourning by Christians including those in Diaspora.
“We are to pray fervently for our Southern Kaduna brothers and sisters who are victims of these wanton killings and also for the peace of our dear country Nigeria. Therefore, all Christians are to dress in mourning attire of black clothes or dresses in all our church services on January 8 2017. We are to pray that God who delivered the Jews from Haman should deliver Christians from Hamans in Nigeria. An injustice to one is an injustice to all.”
Commtoion took place in the early hours of yesterday, when 25-year-old Monday Udeme was beaten up for defiling his best friend’s six-year-old daughter at their King Duke Street residence in Calabar South Local Government Area, Cross River State.
According to Vanguard, an eyewitness, Ekpeyong Bassey, who works in a bakery close to the scene, told Vanguard that problem started on New Year eve when Asuquo, the girl’s father, discovered that his daughter’s pant was damp.
The father, it was learned, scolded the girl for wetting herself. But she reportedly told his father that she did not urinate on herself.
The father, Asuquo, decided to examine her and discovered that the girl’s private part was discharging substance.
Ekpeyong said: “Asuquo started probing her and threatening her. That was when she opened up and told him that it was Uncle Udeme who raped her.
“Because of the New Year celebration, Udeme was still outside. The suspect and Asuquo were roommates. So they waited for him to come back.
“On sighting Udeme, some of Asuquo’s friends pounced on him and started beating him. They gave him a beating of his life.”
When Vanguard visited Asuquo, who was very emotional about what happened, he expressed shock over what his friend Udeme did to his daughter even after sheltering him for close to a year.
In his words: “Udeme is my very good friend. I took him in when he was dismissed from the bakery across the road, because they accused him of always stealing their bread.
“He does not have relatives here and the ones he has do not even want to see him anymore because of his attitude. What he has done to my girl is despicable, and I know God will judge him because I do not want to arrest him, neither am I going to push the matter.
“I am crying because he has damaged my baby’s life. She told me he has done it four times. That is most painful.
“She was defiled in 2014. Why are they doing this to my little girl all the time? And they are all people I know.”
The victim’s father further told Vanguard that although the girl’s mother left them when things got a bit tough for him after he lost his father, he had no option than to take his daughter back to her mother to ensure she gets all the care she needs.
He said: “I have called to tell the mother what happened. She would be here any moment to pick her so that she would take care of her till they can go to the hospital on Monday. I have also told them to leave the idiot before they say I killed somebody this 2017.”
A neighbour, who pleaded anonymity, corroborated what the victim’s father had earlier said about how the child was defiled, when she was about four years old, by a co-tenant.
An unnamed man from US set Instagram on fire after he said he want to marry self-acclaimed Snapchat king, Bobrisky.
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A video clip posted on Facebook by Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, shows past Nigerian leaders and the current Vice President singing hymn for a greater, united and peaceful Nigeria in the year 2017.
In video: Former Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon; Former President Olusegun Obasanjo; Former Chairman of Nigeria Interim Government, Ernest Shonekan, Former Vice President Alex Ekwueme; Former Chief of Staff, Real Admiral, Ebitu Ukiwe, General Oladipo Diya and the current Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo
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Commotion at Oke-Ijetu beside Ilesa garage, Osogbo, Osun State capital, as two siblings reportedly drowned inside a river over the weekend.
According to an eyewitness, the incident occurred on the eve of New Year.
The deceased, who were 16 and 14 years of age respectively, were said to be playing football in a pitch very close to the river at Oke-Ijetu area.
It was gathered that the duo arrived Osun State on Thursday from Lagos before they met their untimely death on Saturday, end of 2016.
A Facebook user, Harta Whodohmar, the victim of the brutality, shared the photos from his hospital bed, revealing that a drunk policeman came and assaulted him with his firearm after he went to the bank to deposit money.
On the 21st of December 2016, I went to First Bank Abak road to deposit some money. On coming out from the banking hall, the security had blocked the main entrance.
I requested that they should open the gate so I can drive out to meet up with Keystone Bank before they close for the day.
The drunk mobile policeman came to the scene and enquired to know what is going on, I responded by telling him to ask the security.
Angrily he pushed me out and came after me with his riffle, hit my head with the riffle
and ran along with passersby. everyone abandoned me me only for a friend to rush me to the hospital.
after series of scanning and x-ray doctor’s diagnose that my skulll was broken and that pieces of my skull had fallen into my brain
Trust me I am gradually recovering,else you wouldn’t see this post. I now know the full meaning of pains.
Special thanks to all who visited me, to those who put phone calls across and to those who prayed to God on my behalf.
My unreserved gratitude goes permanently to God for seeing me through the operation and still sustaining me, even when I didn’t have the millions that was requested.