Enugu government threatens to close down petrol stations engaging in meter manipulation

The Enugu State Government has threatened to close down petrol stations manipulating their meters to exploit motorists and other consumers of the product.


The state’s Commissioner for Special Duties, Mr. Emeka Ajogwu, gave the warning during an unscheduled visit to some petrol stations in the Enugu metropolis to ascertain the alleged metre manipulation by filling station owners.


Ajogwu stated that it is criminal for petroleum dealers in the state to exploit consumers through deliberate manipulation of metres while dispensing fuel inaccurately. He stated that such sharp practices would no longer be allowed to thrive in the state.


The commissioner who noted that none of the petrol stations he visited, including the major distributing stations, had an accurate metering system, urged the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, to ensure that filling stations comply with an accurate metering system. 


Ajogwu said; 


“Over 20 filing stations visited adjusted their metres and sold between N600- N620 per litre, respectively. It was confirmed that for every 20 litres of petrol bought, consumers were shortchanged ₦768.60, ₦702, ₦682.00, ₦575 ₦441.60, ₦480, ₦256.2 respectively.”

Nigerian g@y man recounts engaging in raw s3x with his clients, says he doesn?t know if it?s what made him useless now (video)

A Nigerian [email protected] man has shared his experience from engaging in raw s3x with his clients


The [email protected] man who sat for an interview on Pillow Talk, said he was paid as much as N100k by his clients who took him for the night but noticed that his body was getting “dried up”. 

 Nigerian g@y man recounts engaging in raw s3x with his clients, says he doesn?t know if it?s what made him useless now (video)

He added that he suspects some of his clients are fetish and might have used his destiny. He also said he doesn’t know if it’s what made him useless now.


Watch the video below…




Anambra youths raid br0thel engaging under@ge girls in pr0st!tution (video)
Youths in Oba in Idemili South Council Area of Anambra State on Friday morning, June 23, stormed a brothel where underaged girls work as sex workers.


It was gathered that the brothel is run by a woman identified as “Madam Ukwu Venze”. 


It was further gathered that the minors numbering over 30 are kept in separate rooms where they wait for fun seekers to arrive to patronize them.


The girls are said to be between the ages of 13 to 18 years.


One of the girls said she is 13 years and hails from Ukpo in Anambra. 


Another girl explained that at the end of each day, a certain agreed sum of money is remitted to the madam’s desk as commission.


It was also alleged that other criminal activities like child trafficking and drug peddling also take place there. 






Kebbi Hisbah raids guest house, arrests 9 youths for engaging in
Operatives of the Kebbi State Hisbah Commission have arrested nine youths over alleged involvement in immoral acts. 


The youths including five men and women were apprehended in a guest house in Birnin Kebbi on Monday night, April 24, 2023. 


Hisbah commander of Kebbi state, Ustaz Sulaiman Muhammad, who disclosed this on Tuesday, said officials raided the guest house and arrested the youths. 



Kebbi Hisbah raids guest house, arrests 9 youths for engaging in
Kebbi Hisbah raids guest house, arrests 9 youths for engaging in
Kebbi Hisbah raids guest house, arrests 9 youths for engaging in
Kebbi Hisbah raids guest house, arrests 9 youths for engaging in



Nigerian skitmaker cum actor, Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Ejekwu, popularly known as Sabinus, has shared his experience of engaging the services of a prostitute.

Naija News reports that the skitmaker narrated his ordeal during a question-and-answer session with his fans and followers.

A fan had asked, “You dey carry ashawo na, no lie. I be Mike”

Responding, Sabinus admitted to having engaged the services of a prostitute only once but they ran out of luck.

According to him, he met the girl’s mother on their way to have an nice time together.

He said, “I don carry one but we no reach destination because the mama catch us for road.”

Sabinus Declares Net Worth

Meanwhile, Sabinus has opened up on his net worth, number of cars, and houses

Naija News reports that Sabinus made the declaration, during a question-and-answer session with fans and followers on Instagram.

The skit maker was asked a series of personal questions including his acquisition of cars and houses.

On his net worth, Sabinus said he is currently worth 600 million but failed to specify if it was in dollars or Naira.

Speaking about the number of houses he owns, the comedian stated that he owns four houses.

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Without mentioning the number of cars in his possession, Sabinus said the brands he owns are Mercedes Benz GLE 450, Honda, Sonata, and G-Wagon.

Court stops INEC from engaging MC Oluomo in material distribution

The Independent National Electoral Commission has been barred by a federal high court sitting in Lagos from engaging the services of the chairman of the Lagos State Parks Management Committee, Musiliu Akinsanya, popularly known as MC Oluomo, to distribute election materials in the state pending the hearing and determination of a suit filed by the Labour Party and five others.


The lawsuit was instituted after INEC’s Residential Electoral Commissioner for Lagos State, Olusegun Agbaje announced plan to engage the services of Lagos State Parks Management Committee for distribution of electoral materials. 


Ruling on the case today, February 20, Justice Chukwujekwu Aneke granted “an order of interlocutory injunction filed by the Labour Party and five others restraining the Independent National Electoral Commission of Nigeria (defendant/respondent), whether by itself or by its officers, affiliates, servants, privies or agents or any person acting or purporting to act for and on behalf howsoever from taking any steps or further steps whatsoever in furtherance of the engagement or appointment or consummating the appointment of Musiliu Akinsanya, popularly known as MC Oluomo-led Lagos State Parks Management Committee or any of its commercial bus drivers to distribute 2023 election materials and personnel in Lagos State pending the hearing and determination the substantive suit.”

And if you haven’t, it’s the exciting, new young adult 5-part miniseries from Nigeria. Its the second Netflix original series, and it’s beautiful to watch.

Ishaya Bello (adequately played by Mike Afolarin) is a spirited teenager who, like his father, is a visual artist. He enters a competition to get training from one of the industry’s best, Essien (Deyemi Okanlawon), and he gets picked, but two things stand in his way: finances and his mother’s (Funke Akindele) vehement opposition to the art. We later learn why.

When things don’t go his way, Ishaya is forced to find another way to achieve his dreams including stealing N150,000 from his bosses, taking his sister’s dream of attending Wilmer Academy and getting help from his close buddy Michael (Moshood Fattah).

Things get interesting when he lands a spot at the prestigious school as he is forced to strike a deal with his bosses, Oga Rambo (Bolanle Ninalowo) and the government (Bucci Franklin). The deal turns him into a drug dealer who has sell drugs to the rich kids at Wilmer to save his sister and himself. What follows is more drama and intrigue from the young adults and the rest of the cast.

The most enjoyable thing about ‘Far From Home’ is writing. For the first time in a long time, we get to see good writing that does not just focus on the lead, but the supporting cast.

Considering the fact that this is a limited series with only five episodes, the writers (headed by Dami Elebe) do a good enough job of diving into the characters. We get to see back story and character development with characters like Carmen who appears to be one thing at first, then shows more depth as the series goes on.

Away from the writing, we have to acknowledge the performances of the actors. Going with the theme of the narrative which is the pursuit of one’s dreams and the lengths to which one will go, every character accurately represents this concept, even though our main character demonstrates it most effectively.

Even our antagonist, Atlas (Olumide Owuru), is inspired by his goals and takes the actions he believes will help him achieve them more quickly. Ishaya and Atlas represent opposite ends of the same coin. Both are brutal, self-centered, and narcissistic, but the writers manage to make us cheer for the former.

The character of Denrele (Raymond Umenze) is similar to Arturo from the bank heist. Even when he doesn’t do anything, this character is so well-designed that he sticks out. This is an example of strong writing and character development.

All the actors brilliantly deliver the living version of the built character, and this is what the show rode on. Shout to the casting director(s).

Moshood Fattah, who happens to be a phenomenal stage actor, as evidenced by his starring in almost all the major theatre shows by Bolanle Austen-Peters, expertly delivers a breathtaking performance as Ishaya’s best friend.

He stands out because his role isn’t particularly interesting because, according to character archetypes, he is just a caregiver, which is usually easily forgotten but not in this case; when you think of Ishaya, despite his pool of elite friends, you remember him, and that’s because of how beautifully he delivers his role.

Gbubemi Ejeye brilliantly plays Adufe. Thanks to the writing, she goes from being just the girlfriend and a prop to the lead, an annoying thing that often happens to female supporting characters, to a believable criminal mastermind.

Her performance commands your attention in every scene she is in and even though you disagree with her motivations or choices, you have no choice but to be spellbound by her delivery. She is certainly an actor to watch out for in 2023.

The well-paced nature of ‘Far From Home’ is to be expected given that it features young adults who are hippies and always on the go. Because it is neither too quick nor too slow, it doesn’t bog down.

The cinematography in the film is great, and at times it makes us think of Bong Joon Ho’s masterwork ‘Parasite’ and the way the Korean director employs visual aesthetics to communicate his story.

When Ishaya first enters Wilmer, for instance, there is an overhead shot that symbolizes how little he is in his new environment and how little harm he can do; this is comparable to when Bong’s Ki Woo first enters the Parks’ home in Parasite.’

This particular shot in ‘Far From Home’ deserves to be applauded and shows that there’s intentionality to the shots and how they are carved.

The show manages to mix English, pidgin, slang, and Yoruba well enough compared to other Nollywood projects where similar language choices are made. As a result, the audience is able to follow the story properly.

While ‘Far From Home’ is quite enjoyable and mostly well done, its major setback is the plot progression. It seems logical that since it’s a miniseries, things might need to move quickly, but that doesn’t justify rushing. In the show’s last three episodes, the audience starts to ask questions that they had refrained from asking throughout.

Concerns such as what transpired after Frank (Emeka Nwagbaraocha) was abducted and how he returned so swiftly, why do Ishaya’s friends find it so simple to forgive him? heralded the conclusion of the series. All of these questions might explain why the series ends up leaving a sour taste and why, when Ishaya finally gets his recognition, it doesn’t feel like a victory.

We (and Ishaya) do not have any sense of joy at the conclusion of the story, and this is unacceptable for someone who has witnessed a great deal of ‘shege’ and whom we have accompanied on that journey. But, If there is ever a second season, it appears from a second glance that it is meant to serve as a buildup.

Away from the plot, there are wasted shots like the scene in jail where government grabs the glass during Ishaya’s visit which makes us think he is about to do something with it but nothing happens.

Then there is the lighting. In an attempt to make everything bright, colourful and vibrant, there are scenes that could have aided the storytelling if the background got do some talking but alas the lighting ruined that.

Shoutout to the filmmakers for having an actual hyena on set (Pulse Exclusive) but the animal was not threatening enough to make us believe that it was eating people up like we were supposed to think.

Despite the flaws, ‘Far From Home‘ stands out as one of the most enjoyable projects to come from this part of the world. The movie skillfully provides an amazing cast performance and compelling storytelling even if it explores a recognisable idea and environment.

Everyone needs Michael, and Moshood Fattah expertly delivers him!

Denrele is a silent hero and one of our favorite characters.

We want to see more of Frank and Rahila’s love story.

We also can not wait to see what happens to Adufe if there is a second season. Nollywood needs more strong female characters.

Reggie is a black belt holder? Really?

After engaging in unorthodox sex, an unidentified Premier League football player allegedly sustained a major injury that needed surgery.

A prominent surgeon, Professor Aali Sheen, who has helped several football players and other sportsmen recover from groin issues made this known to The Sun on Sunday.

The medical practitioner discussed some of his unique cases, including one current Premier League player who needed surgery after suffering a terrible injury from excessive intercourse in an awkward posture.

“Groin injuries all come about from twisting and turning but it can happen in unusual circumstances sometimes.” said the doctor.

Sheen continued by identifying one of his patients to be a Popular Premier League player.

He said: “One top Premier League player was sent to me by his club doctor.

“He had serious pain in his groin and he told me he’d been having hard and vociferous sex with his partner.

“He was graphic about what happened and even showed me the position he suffered it in, which was unusual but helpful.

“I operated on him and he was fully fit again in four weeks.”

Premier League To Go On Break For Qatar 2022 World Cup

Meanwhile, Premier League will go a on break that will last almost six weeks so that Qatar can host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

After the weekend of November 12–13, the Premier League will have a break before returning to action on December 26, Boxing Day.

Bimbo?s brother slams IVD in new videos, alleges that he?s HIV positive and also the one who shot people at club where Burna Boy and his crew were accused of engaging in a shootout (video)

Late Bimbo’s brother has called out her husband and popular car dealer, Ikechukwu Ogbonna popularly known as IVD, over her death. 


Bimbo’s brother, Oyindamola made new revelations in the Instagram posts he shared. He alleged that IVD is HIV positive and also the one who shot people at a club where Burna Boy and his crew were accused of engaging in a shootout over a married woman earlier this year. He also shared videos to back up his claim. 


Oyindamola who also accused IVD of threatening to kill him, asked him to come out from hiding if he’s indeed innocent and has no hand in his wife’s death. 


Watch the videos shared below………..


Ghana deports 16 Nigerians for engaging in online fraud

16 Nigerians have been deported from Ghana for allegedly committing cybercrimes there.


Dr Chukwu Emeka, the Controller of Seme Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) disclosed this on Friday October 14. 


Speaking at a news conference in Seme, Lagos State, Emeka said the deportees are young Nigerians who claimed that they were deceived or intentionally went out of the country in search of greener pastures.


He said; 


“Ghana’s Financial and Intelligence Agency accused them of cybercrime but from our preliminary investigation, we discovered that some of them were lured into these criminal activities due to the get-rich syndrome our youths are developing.

“Some of them are victims because they were deceived that they can make money if they leave Nigeria. Unfortunately, they don’t get the actual thing they bargained for in Ghana.

“Further investigation also showed that most of them left the country through illegal routes or through the sea to other West African countries.” 


Urging Nigerians to always travel with valid documents and also live and do their businesses according to the law of the land they had travelled to, Emeka added that it is shameful to see young Nigerians getting involved in some unholy activities when they were supposed to be building their talents for their future.

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