Meet Eze Linda with a very thick stature and heartshaking body.
Linda might not be able to compete with other young ladies of her class in the area of beauty but her round figure pulls the needed crowd.
Linda boasts of over 17,000 followers on Instagram(Curve4real) while she follows only 1,648 people, hails from the South-eastern part of Nigeria but currently based in Lekki, Lagos.
Her Instagram handle, Curve4real speaks volume of her size.
See more photos of Linda below:
The amiable Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose was in a happy mood as he celebrated ahead of the International Women’s Day by sewing his ankara uniform ahead of the celebration tomorrow.
The Governor also declared tomorrow a public holiday to enable the women celebrate it in grand style.
According to him, the holiday will also enable men wishing to identify with the womenfolk, the opportunity to do so without hindrance.
He said the state government would sponsor the event to enable the women showcase their potentials and had a sense of belonging in the society.
NAN reports that no fewer than 45,000 women across various professions, trades as well as those in the public service have already enlisted to be part of the women’s special event.
The women have also paid N500 each to buy a branded and subsidised Ankara, which has a market value of N3,500.
NAN Correspondent who visited the Oluyemi Kayode Stadium, venue of the event reports that the place is now wearing a new look in preparation for tomorrow.
A Lady took to her Twitter account and she said if a s2x last for 2 hours or less, it is more or less like a quickie for her.
Her tweet caused controversy on social media as she got a shocking reply form one of her follower, See Below:
The current location of the lady is unknown as at time of filling this report.
A total of 171 Nigerians, comprising 95 females, including 12 girls, and 76 males, returned to the country from Libya on Tuesday.
They are currently at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, where they are being attended to by officials of Nigeria Immigration Service, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), and some other agencies.
The plane, which conveyed them from the North African country, landed around 4:15pm.
Last week, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, senior special assistant to the president on foreign affairs and diaspora, had said 180 Nigerians were being expected.
Three-hundred and- fourteen Nigerians have been forced to return to the country within two weeks, as a result of the harrowing experience in Libya.
Gift Peters, one of the returnees, had told reporters that she was deceived of being taken to Germany.
“When I got to Libya, it was not in my mind to continue with the journey. So I asked the person that took me to return me to Nigeria but he started maltreating me and sold me to someone who has a connection house in Libya where we were maltreated daily,” she had said.
If we don’t want to work, they will start maltreating us. They will do something to you that you will wish to die.
Those who they sold us to, sometimes, use iron and start burning us. At times, they will instruct our fellow ladies to urinate for us to drink.”
She said she eventually contacted her family in Nigeria and was fortunate to make it back alive, unlike many of her peers who joined her on the ill-fated journey.
The Divisional Police Officer, DPO, SP Timothy Falowo Adeola attached to Ire Akari division in Isolo has escaped death after a big tree inside the station fell on top of his office due to the fierce force of the wind.
The incident happened on Moday during a heavy rain storm that damaged some properties in some parts of Lagos State.
P.M.EXPRESS gathered that Falowo who was inside his office was unhurt but some of the valuables in the office such as plasma television, fridge, office chairs and table were destroyed.
According to an eye witness, when the tree fell and pierced inside the DPO office, other police officers who were present in the station started crying thinking that Falowo was hit by the tree.
However, he managed to come out safe and the officers started jubilating with praises to God despite the huge damage in the office.
Residents who saw what happened trooped in to the station and expressed shock over the development.
One of the residents, Robert Akpan said he was still surprised about how the tree uprooted itself and fell on top of the building where Falowo’s office was located.
Some said though it was mind-boggling, they were grateful to God that Falowo escaped death. When a correspondent visited the station, some engaged workers were busy trying to remove the fallen tree from the damaged building.
When the contacted the DPO, he declined to speak and managed to say “you can see what happened and I am alive, thank God”
A correspondent gathered that Monday the rain storm affected some buildings in some area in Iyana Ipaja, ikotun, satellite town, Oshodi, Apapa where properties were destroyed.
Captain Chinyere Kalu, born 1970, is the first female pilot in Nigeria. Capt. Chinyere grew up in a supportive extended family. Her decision to start a career in Aviation was spurred by her adventurous aunt, who was well known for travelling overseas within their hometown. As the matriarch of the household, her aunt approved of her decision and then she began her journey into aviation.
She schooled in Anglican Girls Grammar School, Yaba, Lagos and then trained as a Private and Commercial Pilot, SP.12 Batch, NCAT, Zaria (1978). She took several aviation courses in UK, USA, and Zaria.
She wanted to have the opportunity to travel round in the world and keep an adventurous lifestyle. So she took up the male dominated and challenging career and became the first female pilot in Nigeria.
She’s married to Mr. Okoli Kali with children. In 2011, President Goodluck Jonathan appointed her as the Rector and Chief Executive of Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT) (formerly Nigerian Civil Aviation Training Center)- which is the largest aviation training institute in Africa. Prior to that, she was the Head of the College’s Flying School where she served as an contractual instructor.
Without a doubt, Captain Kalu has made her mark as one of the leading lights of the Nigerian aviation industry, creating several industry benchmarks as she moved up the pole and establish herself as a worthy role model for the mass of the Nigerian youth, especially the female child.
Captain Kalu began her career with a record-breaking achievement as Nigeria’s first female pilot when, in 1978, she obtained her private pilot license from the nation’s premier aviation college.
She had, before this, attended the prestigious Leadership and Citizen Course (SS88) Sea School, Lagos in 1973. burning with passion for excellence and selfdevelopment, Kalu, who is a member of the African Women Leaders Think Tank Group, has over the years, undergone so many leadership training programmes at home and abroad.
Her contribution to the development of the country has not gone unnoticed and has earned her numerous awards, amongst which are: Member of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (MFR) 2006; Member, Nigerian Women Achievers HALL OF FAME; African International Achievers’ Merit Award 2007; Rare Gems Professional Achievements Award 2007; Member, Nigeria’s 50 Greatest Women of Democratic Administration of Ghana 2012.
Chocolate City boss, Audu Maikori, reportedly collapsed at the on-going 2017 Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) holding at Muson Center, Lagos State.
It was not clear what the immediate cause of his collapse is, but we can confirmed that doctors at the venue were able to revive him and he has since been taken to St Nicholas hospital for further medications.
Audu had just finished moderating the Q and A sessions with Mo Abudu and was taking selfie with fans before he collapsed.
Recently, the Choc City boss was put under pressure, following a series of tweets credited to him, over the saddening development in Southern Kaduna.
Source: Sun News
The woman identified as Dandara dos Santos was dragged from her home and dumped in a wheelbarrow before being rolled to a back alley and beaten to death amid cheers and laughter in Brazil.
The woman 42, could be seen crying on the floor while being kicked, punched and planked by residents of Fortaleza, Ceara state, Brazil.
Horrific footage of the incident sparked outrage after being released by police last Friday to help find the alleged killers.
She begged the savage attackers to spare her life but they simply lifted her into a wheelbarrow and rolled her away to a back alley where she was beaten to death.
Police Inspector Damasceno who is investigating the death said: “Six people have been identified and the video has helped with that.
“The footage was first circulated among LGBT groups which helped that process.
“The police began circulating the clip and we arrived at the house of two of the people identified but they fled.
“The investigation is already well advanced and we are going after the killers.”
The attack on February 15 is one of the latest in a sickening trend in Brazil for targeting transsexuals and transvestites. According to Brazil’s Trans Network, Dandara was the fifth to be murdered last month.
Armed robbers attacked a Skye Bank branch in Ogbagi Akoko, Akoko North West Local Government Area of Ondo State on Tuesday leaving three persons reportedly dead, many injured.
The shocking incident took place around 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon as the robbers shot sporadically into the air to scare customers and residents away before carrying out the robbery.
According to a report by Sahara Reporters, some security officers were killed in the incident with scores of innocent people wounded.
The source added that the robbers forced all customers in the bank to lay flat on the floor inside the bank hall before ransacking the vaults and forcefully collecting their money.
“The armed robbers killed the security officers attached to Skye Bank because they refused to cooperate with them during the operation,” the source disclosed. “They even slapped a local woman who acted stubborn to them and ransacked all the banking vaults where money was kept before running away.”
The source also added that the identities of the victims could not be immediately ascertained. Another source revealed that the armed robbers promptly loaded the stolen cash into their vehicles and drove away.
Femi Joseph, the police spokesman in Ondo State, confirmed the incident.
“I am still getting details of the event and I will get back to you,” he said.
An innocent young baby boy whose genital was cut off by his ‘evil’ step-mother around Jun, 2016, would undergo a p*nis transplant surgery, when he reaches puberty.
Buhari Muhammad (right), whose genital was cut off by his step-mother (left)
Last year Muhammad’s genital was cut off by his 17-year-old step mother, Bara’atu Muhammad, when the boy was barely a month old.
The incident occurred in Dafe community in Shiroro Local Government area of Niger.
While speaking with correspondents on Tuesday, Suleiman Makusidi, the Head of Medical Unit of the state Child Rights Protection Agency, at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Bida, Niger state, said that 9-month-old Buhari Muhammad, whose genital was cut off by his step-mother in June 2016, would undergo his next surgery, a p*nis transplant, when he reaches puberty.
The step-mother had confessed that she took the action because she was jealous and she also wanted to get back at the victim’s mother whom she claimed was always insulting her.
Some weeks ago that the baby underwent first corrective surgery at the Federal Medical Centre, Bida, Niger, as part of the series of operations that the boy would undergo before he can use his manhood effectively.
Suleiman Makusidi while speaking with newsmen, said: “When the boy reaches puberty and when blood has started flowing through his p*nis, a transplant will be carried out; the transplant will be carried out either in Nigeria or abroad.
“The corrective surgery that was done in February was to reopen the hole that was created for the boy to pass urine after it was discovered that the hole was closing back.
“The urinary passage, which was created like that of the female, is a temporary one to enable him pass urine.
“The state government is making arrangements on how to bring medical experts to examine the boy and see if the transplant can be done in Nigeria. If not, we will look at other options like South Africa or the U.S.
“We are hoping that the transplant will be successful and that it will help his reproductive system because his testicles were cut off alongside his p*nis; only one testicle was left,” he said.
According to Makusidi, Muhammad will use his p*nis effectively after a successful transplant.