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Tuesday, July 31, 2018


A Masters student of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, reportedly slumped and died while playing football with his mates.
The Masters student identified as Ichaka, slumped during a match between two associations in the school, COOUMSA and NAUMSA. Friends of the deceased have all taken to social media to pen down tributes to him.
Pamela U Jackson Nnoba wrote;
Ichaka why???๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ
I saw you just yesterday. U were putting on this same white attire. I even stained ur white with my lipstick when u hugged me. Didn’t know it will be the last time I will set my eyes on u. You asked about mum. And said u will call her. I told her. Now she will be waiting for ur call.. How am I supposed to tell her u r gone???? This is too much Ichaakaaa. Chai.. ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ. God knows best. I believe u r in a better place . Rest in peace my brother. Will miss u dearly..

Here are other tributes below;




Nina is a graduate of English Language from Imo State University… and the proud entrepreneur took to her page to celebrate her new feat…
Now she’s shared more photos as she’s celebrating the new feat. She wrote:
“4 years ,62 courses ,8 semesters. Finally it’s over…I remember 4 years ago when I got admission. Always running for lectures chai
No more lectures. No more assignments. No more impromptu Saturday test.”
“Mama I made it. To you Lord who made this possible. I will praise you forever. You are merciful. You are my Jehova overdo. You are my unchangable changer. I can’t stop loving you. To my parents,thanks for always standing by me. I love you forever. Finally a BA holder…osheyyyyyy”
Nina celebrates graduation
Nina celebrates graduation





Nigerians react to news of Nina’s graduation, accuse her of buying her B.SC degreeYesterday was a day blissful day for Nina, as she concluded her final exams and is set to be an English graduate of Imo State University.
The reality star has now been attacked and questioned by some of her fans who did the Maths behind her sudden graduation following the news she gave us at the BBN house where she revealed she was in her 200 level.
According to them, few weeks after her departure from the BBN house, Nina got back to school and in less than a month she graduates from school (after studying a 4 year course) and her fans who followed her every step have these to say.

Read their reactions below;





Monday, July 30, 2018

Nina who was recently called out by a lady for stealing her hair wig photos, has finished her final exams today and is set to be an English graduate of Imo state University.
he took to her Instagram story to share photos of her celebrating with her course mates.
See photos below:






Can you tell us your background?
I was born at Ipara Remo in Ogun State on June 21, 1938. My father, Alfred Onamade, was a farmer and palm-wine tapper while my mother sold ‘ogi’ (pap). Her name was Esther Onamade. She was a disciplinarian.  Growing up was not easy for me. I started primary education in 1944 at Wesley School, Ipara Remo. Later in 1949, Wesley School, CMS School and Salvation Army United were merged as United School, Ipara Remo
Which secondary school did you attend after leaving United School?

I didn’t attend secondary school. After finishing primary education in December 1952 at United School, I spent a week at the Methodist Young Teachers’ Course in Sagamu. We were supposed to be employed as teachers after passing the course. They taught us how to mark scripts and prepare lesson and teaching notes. But due to my little stature, I wasn’t offered a job. In January 1953, my father asked me to go with a teacher friend, Mr. Ige, who was transferred to Salvation Army School in Ibadan, Oyo State, from Ipara United School.
Again, my small stature worked against me in Ibadan as I could not get a sales representative job, which was very common then. I had to start selling newspapers, though I was still living with Mr. Ige. I would wake up as early as 5am to trek a long distance to the railway station where we collected papers.
For how long did you sell newspapers?
I sold newspapers for about a year, but the experience was a bitter one.  After all the stress, it was always a struggle to sell. I usually took the rest home and it was a huge loss for me.
But whenever there were good stories, the paper business became lucrative. For instance, there was a time the “oro” members killed a Muslim cleric, Apalara, and dumped his corpse in the Oko Baba lagoon in the Ebute Metta area of Lagos. We were under colonial rule then and news about murder wasn’t common. They accused him of revealing their secrets and decided to kill him as he didn’t heed their warnings. The case went on in court for a long while and the paper business benefited from the coverage greatly.
When did you quit as a newspaper vendor?
At the end of 1953, I became tired of newspaper business. When I went home for Christmas, I complained bitterly to my father. He then told another friend, Mr. Ojudun, who was the headmaster of Methodist School, Ileogbo town, Osun State. It was then under Ibadan. I followed him to Ileogbo in 1954. But the man had a policy that before he could get one a teaching job, one must serve him for a year. I became a teacher on January 1, 1955, at Methodist School, Ileogbo. I started teaching the year Obafemi Awolowo introduced free education in the western region.
I wanted to acquire more knowledge, but it was mandatory to teach for three years before going for the Grade 3 Teachers’ Training College. In 1959, I completed my studies at the Local Authority Teacher’s Grade 3 Training College in Iwo.
Training at LATCO was as if we were in the military. Both the seniors and college authorities made us go through a lot of hardship. After the training, I was posted to the Local Authority Primary School, Ogun–Ajo Iwo, as the headmaster and was later transferred to L. A. School, Idiroko, Iwo, in 1961.
When I decided to move closer to my hometown, I was admitted to the Joint Provincial Teachers’ Grade 11 College (IJABCOL) in Sagamu for a two-year course, which I completed in 1963. I then worked at different schools including the Local Authority Modern School, Ogere Remo, and L. A. Modern School, Ode Remo.
Did you compensate for your ‘little stature’ with good performance?
At the Teachers’ Colleges, Grade 3 and 2, I was very active in sports. I was an athlete and I always came tops competing with ‘giants’.
Did you give your first salary to your parents as it was popular then?
I did not, but when I travelled home for the holiday, I brought different things for them.
How many siblings do you have?
I am the third child of six children. I am the head of the family now as I have lost my two elder ones and a younger brother.
I wasn’t born into a rich home; I struggled to become who I am today, but my father was very particular about education. Then, the female child didn’t enjoy education. They had no choice but to accept as it was the norm then. If there was no money too, some of the male children were encouraged to become farmers. Two of my siblings didn’t go to school.
When did you relocate to Lagos?
I became tired of being a local champion as I felt people in Lagos had a better life. I later became a class teacher at Methodist School in Olowogbowo, Lagos Island.
Did you feel bad moving from a headmaster to a class teacher?
I didn’t feel bad at all. I could not dream of becoming a headmaster in Lagos because schools there were bigger and we had experienced old men heading them. The fact that I relocated to Lagos gave me happiness. Due to the distance (I was living in Somolu at a time and going to work on Lagos Island), I asked to be transferred to Methodist School, Yaba. This was made possible with the help of church members. After spending two years at Olowogbowo, I was transferred to Yaba in January 1970.
Didn’t you desire to earn a university degree?
I did. At Methodist School in Yaba, the Lagos State Government introduced evening classes. People were being tutored for GCE Ordinary Level and Advanced Level examinations. By then too, I had moved from Somolu to Alagomeji in Yaba, which was about a 10-minute walk to my workplace.
At the evening classes, I started with Ordinary Level and I did the examinations. But since I wanted to go to the university, I still needed to take the GCE Advanced Level examinations. I passed two papers – Yoruba and Economics.
But before taking the GCE exams in 1974, I attempted changing profession to work in the then Standard Bank of Nigeria. Some of the staff connived with an outsider to defraud the bank and implicated me. We were taken to the Igbosere Magistrates’ Court, which was the first time I entered a court. After a thorough investigation and several adjournments, I was discharged and acquitted while the culprits were convicted. This largely made me quit the bank job in 1975 and I went back to teach at Saint Patrick’s Catholic School, Yaba.
What age did you gain admission to the university?
I was already an old man when I gained admission to study Yoruba/Pre-Primary and Primary Education at the University of Ibadan. I gained admission in 1976 and I completed the programme in 1979. God has destined that I would go to the university. It was a surprise to many people as they didn’t know I could go far. God rewarded my efforts with the admission.
When did you marry?
I got married in 1967 even before I came to Lagos. While I was in UI, I was not working but God was helpful. I met my wife, Janet Adeola, while I was working at L. A. Modern School, Ode Remo. We had mature ladies as students and I picked my choice. I joined the school in 1964 and got married in 1967. But she completed her studies before marriage came in.
We are still happy together; God has been with us. We have been through a lot of ups and downs. Our marriage is 51 now. Our first born celebrated 50 years last year.
How many children are you blessed with?
In Yorubaland, we don’t count one’s children. But for this purpose, I have five children. My first four children are boys while the last child is a girl.
Where did you work after leaving UI?
Immediately after the National Youth Service Corps, I was posted to the Advanced Teachers’ College in Surulere, now Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, for my primary assignment.  But after NYSC, the Lagos State Government posted me to Methodist Girls High School in Yaba. After spending about two months there, a letter came from Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education that they wanted me back.  From Advanced Teachers’ College of Education, it became the Lagos State College of Education and later Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education. The school was formerly situated in Surulere before it was moved to Oto Ijanikin, Lagos-Badagry Expressway.
In the past, promotions were rare. You could work for six years without promotion.  You could imagine that after spending the whole of my life in the classroom, I retired at Level 12, Lecturer 2. Things have improved now and teachers get better pay too.
When did you retire?
Having completed 35 years in service (1955 – 1989), I retired in December 1989 while I was still doing Master in Curriculum Studies at the University of Lagos. Upon completion of the degree in 1990, I was given a contract appointment by the college’s authorities. In 2001, I left the college after 12 years of contract appointment. I retired as the Head of the Department of Yoruba.
Were you a ladies’ man?
I was never anxious to get into a relationship or married. Compared to my peers then, I didn’t marry early.


Sunday, July 29, 2018

The Osun State High Court has given the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the September 22 election, Senator Ademola Adeleke, seven days to produce his secondary school certificate.
Rasheed Olabayo and Oluwaseun Idowu prayed the court to disqualify Adeleke for “not possessing a school certificate, as required by Section 177 (d) of the 1999 Constitution.
The duo also asked the court to set aside the July 21 primary that produced Adeleke as the party’s governorship candidate.
In his ruling yesterday on the ex-parte application filed by Olabayo and Idowu, Justice David Oladimeji, held that granting the leave to restrain the PDP from presenting Adeleke as its candidate due to his inability to present his school certificate to the party may subject the court to mockery, if eventually he presents the certificate.
The judge advised the PDP candidate to present his secondary school certificate before the court on Wednesday, August 1.
Justice Oladimeji held that the ex-parte injunction has only seven days lifespan, adding there are still windows left open till August 8, according to the affidavits sworn to by the applicants.
He said:

It will be inequitable not to allow the respondent to come and show his certificate, if he has any. But if given the opportunity to present his side of the case, the balance, which is necessary for interlocutory injunction, would be adequately considered.”
Justice Oladimeji adjourned the motion on notice till August 1 for hearing.
Also, Adeleke has accused those he called “fifth columnists” for his travail.
Addressing reporters in Abuja yesterday, Director of Media and Publicity, Adeleke Campaign Organisation, Mallam Olawale Rasheed, said fifth columnists were playing out an alleged “destructive? script of their paymaster” against the PDP.
Rasheed noted that while the campaign organisation recognised the right of any aggrieved aspirant to seek redress, the development, he said, raised discomforting questions about the real motive of the challenging camp.

Civil society group which tracks government spending, TrackaNG shared these photos of a dilapidated primary school in Enugu state despite the alleged allocation of N30million for construction of new classrooms.
The group wrote ;
We tracked the construction of a blk of 3 classrooms with VIP toilet and furniture at community primary school IhuneKwagu Akpugoni Akamu west LGA, Enugu Senatorial District, Enugu state for N30m. This project has not been implemented as the pupils sit on the bare floor to learn


A Nigerian lady on microblogging platform, Twitter, is quite ecstatic to take to her account to share the feat she achieved about six years ago while she concluded being a high school student.
@Bubble_minakie on Twitter, took to her page to share and challenge others what they’ve achieved in life as she, she has won the most kissable lips and most endowed awards while she was in secondary school.

Whether it’s a bid to be sarcastic, or she just needed a caption for her photos she shared alongside, @Bubble_minakie has her followers thinking where she’s ended up now with the status she gained for herself few years ago.
@Bubble_minakie wrote on her page…
I won most kissable lips and Miss Endowed in my secondary school prom in 2012, What did you win?,don’t lie plis dear
… with the photos



Well, she showcases the lips and the endowment… you gotta give her that eh?

Miss Linda Angela Igwetu, the female member of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC who was shot by a police officer while on her way home with her friends in Abuja, has been laid to rest.
The late corper who was killed a day before her Passing Out Parade, was buried at her hometown in Ukpor, Nnewi south local government area of Anambra state.


Saturday, July 28, 2018

A Nigerian lady identified as Olajumoke Oluwadamilola on Facebook has taken to the platform to share photos from the wedding ceremony of 19-year-old Nigerian Secondary School Students.
Sharing these lovely photos from the wedding ceremony, she wrote;

Wishing you all the love and happiness in the world and congratulations on your marriage.
Imagine 19 years student get married to each other”




‘Dancing Senator’ Adeleke lied about graduating from a US university...See his WAEC resultA new report has claimed that the Osun state PDP gubernatorial candidate, Senator Adeleke did not graduate from Jacksonville State University, as claimed.
Ademola Nurudeen Adeleke, senator representing Osun West Senatorial District and the state’s PDP gubernatorial candidate, did not graduate from Jacksonville State University (JSU), says the authorities of the public university located in Alabama, United States.

According to his profile on the National Assembly website, Adeleke has a Diploma in Criminology from JSU and graduated in 1986. He also graduated from Ede Muslim Grammar School, Osun State, where he obtained an Ordinary Level Certificate.
His academic claims have, however, been brutally challenged. According to recently circulated claims, Adeleke registered for GCE O’ Level in 1981 but had F9 in English Language and was recorded absent for other subjects. It also said he has no degree from JSU where he registered as Jackson Ademola Adeleke, while providing what it titled as official records of his enrollment.
Dele Adeleke, Ademola Adeleke’s junior brother, has denied the allegations and encouraged those who disagree to verify the senator’s result at his alma mater. “Do you think the APC would not have raised the issues if he did not have the authentic certificates?” he had asked.
The ICIR can, however, confirm that Adeleke did not graduate from Jacksonville State University, though he has claimed otherwise.
Buffy Lockette, the Director of Public Relations at the university, in response to a mailed enquiry, told The ICIR that though the senator enrolled at the tertiary institution, he was not awarded any degree.
“Your request was forwarded to me,” started Lockette. “According to our records, he attended JSU but did not graduate. I cannot provide any additional information. Perhaps you can learn more at http://www.studentclearinghouse.org.”

PROBLEMATIC WAEC RESULT
When The ICIR checked the West African Examination Council’s website to view Adeleke’s O’ level result using examination number 19645/149 as circulated, the site replied, “result not available for this candidate in the specified year and exams diet”.
The Council’s online result verification portal, which claims to contain data from 1980 to 2018, was also consulted with the same details. The result was brief: “candidate does not exist”.
Demianus Ojijeogu, WAEC’s Head of Public Affairs, told The ICIR all candidates’ results are in the custody of the Council and should be accessible on the website, regardless of performance in the examination.
“Even if the candidate has F9 throughout or is absent throughout, it is accessible,” he said. He, however, added that the Council is still working on results of candidates who wrote in 1981 and the surrounding years.
“You know there is this change of nomenclature in our examination. We used to have SSCE then WASC, and now WASSCE. So, we are trying to update the website; maybe they took some down.” He promised to confirm and provide feedback on why the results are not presently online.
CHALLENGED IN COURT
Meanwhile, two members of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Rasheed Olabayo and Oluwaseun Idowu, have as a result of the controversy applied to the Osun State High Court for an order setting aside Adeleke’s election as the party’s flag bearer in the September gubernatorial election.
Olabayo, in his affidavit, said the senator truly attended Ede Muslim Grammar School “but did not leave with a School Leaving Certificate having absented himself from the school leaving examinations but for English where he scored a failing mark of F9”.
One of the exhibits provided to the court and obtained by The ICIR is Adeleke’s senior secondary school examination statement of result recently collected from Ede Muslim High School. It shows that the candidate had an F9 in English Language, while grades for Literature in English, Mathematics, Biology, Economics, Islamic Religious Studies, Christian Religious Studies and Geography, were said to be pending.

Ruling on the plaintiffs’ ex-parte application on Thursday, the court gave Adeleke six days, that is till August 1, 2018, to provide his certificate.
“It will be inequitable not to allow the respondent to come and show his certificate if he has any but if given the opportunity to present side of the case, the balance which is necessary for interlocutory injunction would be adequately considered,” noted Justice David Oladimeji.
FROM GRASS TO GRACE
Though a newcomer to Nigeria’s elective politics, the 58-year-old senator appears to be flying from triumph to triumph. He was largely unknown politically prior to the demise of Isiaka Adeleke, his older brother, who passed away on April 23, 2017.
Following a bye-election held to fill the vacuum left by Isiaka in the Nigerian senate, he was declared to have had a landslide victory, winning in nine out of 10 local governments. He admitted this was due to his brother’s “historical goodwill” and influence.
According to him: “I was having fun during the campaign and enjoying my dance because my brother had done 70 percent of the job with his historical goodwill right from when he became an executive governor in 1991. I was always with him. I want to follow his footsteps and may God help me.”
On Saturday, Adeleke found himself a step closer to his political ambition as he was declared PDP’s gubernatorial flag bearer in Osun State, after he narrowly defeated Akin Ogunbiyi with a seven-vote difference.
Though what he notes as his target achievement is “to sponsor Bills that would be impactful on my people, especially youths and women”, the senator has in fact not notably sponsored any bills since his election into the red chambers.
On the contrary, he has become notorious for his vigorous, entertaining dance moves and his fondness for flaunting these in public รข€• a trend that has earned him the name, “the dancing senator”.
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Source: PREMIUM TIMES

“I DID IT”- Nigerian singer Teni graduates from the University of Georgia (Photos)Singer Teni who sings when she wants, drops covers across all over media platforms, freestyles with abandon and shines her talent upon all who come across her has graduated from the University of Georgia.
The excited singer who won the Headies ‘Next Rated’ category, took to her Instagram page to share a video from her graduation with the caption;

“Had to sing to traditional Ondo song. Iyo meyo leun o San o kan mi o e. Because I’m happy for others, I too shall celebrate.”
See photos and video below;





Friday, July 27, 2018

President Muhammadu Buhari has directed that the validity of passports issued in the country, should be increased from five to 10 years.
The Comptroller-General of Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammed Babandede, revealed this on Thursday, when he visited the Ikoyi passport office in Lagos.
He said the president also approved improved security features and quality for the passport booklets.
“He (Buhari) has approved 10-year validity for passports which is great news. When the report comes, passports will be valid for 10 years which is great news especially for adults from the age of 18 and above.
“Though people will pay more, if they can pay more and get the booklets quickly, it’s good with improved security for 10 years validity. They would pay more but the document would be available, that’s good.

Ten years after the enrolment of the e-passport system, we need to improve the security features. You can’t keep documents for 10 years without seeing decreased values in them, so we are improving the security features which would raise the standards of the passports,” he said.
Babandede added that the new changes, will ease the stress of renewing passports and also help the country.
“And we will ensure it is done before the end of this year because the booklet has to change,” he added.
Since Vanguard reported that trouble may be looming for Chioma Rowland, Davido’s girlfriend, as her family is not pleased with her dumping school for Davido, mixed reactions have continued to greet the report that went viral on social media.
But the love-struck economics undergraduate of Babcock University seems unruffled with the news for obvious reasons, Davido’s assurance. Davido and Chioma Refusing to react, Davido has since kept mum on the matter. According to him, he is quietly observing things.



I just dey observe”, Davido wrote on his twitter page, to which Chioma responded,
“Let them talk bae, I’m looking at them and laughing.”
There are speculations that the ‘Assurance’ crooner may have decided not to get involved in Chioma’s family issues because he is yet to become a bonafide member of the family.
Meanwhile, critics have continued to condemn Chioma for dumping her education for a celebrated love affair with Davido.
“Yoruba demon has charmed Chioma. Igbo girls can die for Yoruba boys”, a social media user simply identified as Outraged wrote.
Grand Maze said,
“Let she not abandon her education. If she desires these things so much, she can go ahead but still complete her education while married. I will not advise her to throw away her Davido opportunity neither relegate her education.”
John Okolie described her with unprintable words;
“If this is true she must be the most stupid girl ever to bear an Igbo name.”
Patriot wrote, “Wow! This life!! How can someone abandon education, your future, for fame and money. Can you predict what tomorrow will be? Even Davido’s mum was a lecturer at Babcock University before she passed on. His father is a geologist with PhD, David himself is a graduate of music from Babcock University. Now Chioma wants to be without education because of flashy things that are temporary. What is painful is that the Igbos are very quick at blaming others especially the Yorubas for whatever happens to them. Soon they will begin to say it is because their daughter married Yoruba that’s why she’s having problem (that’s what they said with P-Square’s wife and Tonto Dike), they won’t remember now that greed is making their daughter abandon school because she has seen money and cars. God help her to listen to her parent’s advice.”

Some people have simple problems in this life. Her problem is laziness to read”, Lade wrote.
– Culled from Vanguard
19 year old students
A Nigerian lady identified as Olajumoke Oluwadamilola on Facebook has taken to the platform to share photos from the wedding ceremony of 19-year-old Nigerian Secondary School Students.
Sharing the photos from the wedding ceremony, she wrote:

Wishing you all the love and happiness in the world and congratulations on your marriage.
Imagine 19 years student get married to each other.

See photos below:

Students of Marketing in YABATECH while writing their exam in ‘Business Finance’ got a question set on the love story of Davido and Chioma.
In one of the questions, they were asked to ‘succinctly advice’ Davido’s girlfriend, Chioma on what to do if she decides to exchange her N45million SUV for cash.

See the question below:


The Vice Chancellor of the Akwa Ibom University, Prof. Eno James Ibanga, said his university does not give admission to students with tattoos.
He made the disclosure in an interview with newsmen, saying that students are thoroughly screened before being admitted, also to check that they do not belong to cults. One of the criteria for admission is the no-tattoo policy.

In the interview held at Kkpat Enin, Ibang said over 90 per cent of programmes of the institution have received full accreditation from the National University Commission.

“I count myself blessed to be a Vice Chancellor of Akwa Ibom State University. We have autonomy. Without it, the institution will not succeed and the autonomy has been upheld by the government.
The management of Akwa Ibom State University, (AKSU) has free hands and autonomy to operate to achieve academic excellence,” Ibanga said.
– NAN

Thursday, July 26, 2018

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Davido's assurance, Chioma drops out of Babcock University.
.....Seventh day Adventist disappointed as she defers her economic degree program.
Chioma Rowland known to the world as Davido’s girlfriend has come under fire in her home for reportedly dropping out of school.
It was gathered that Chioma, who gained admission into Babcock University (a Seventh Day Adventist school) to read economics in 2012, is yet to graduate, when she should have completed the course

She had earlier deferred her studies for a whole year because she was busy traveling with her boyfriend.
“For months now, she has not been attending classes. I can’t even remember the last time she was in school. The last thing I heard from her friends in school is that she’s not interested in coming back to Babcock. She’s traveled out of the country again and it doesn't look like she’s coming back” Her course mate said.

Novena university student caught stealing in Uniben (Photos)A lady who claims to be a student of Novena university, Delta State, was, this morning, nabbed inside a female hostel in Uniben, Ekenwan campus.
According to reports, there have been many recent cases of theft in the hostel. Just three days ago, a student reported that her laptop and phone were stolen, overnight, from her wardrobe.
However, this morning, laptops, phones and a hand bag got missing inside three different rooms and an alarm was raised. That was when a student said she spotted a girl with tinted hair, leaving the rooms.

The gate to the hostel was promptly locked and a search was initiated. The suspect was eventually found inside the common room and apprehended. She later confessed to the many thefts.
According to the hostel occupants, the suspect, who claims to be a student of Novena university, goes around telling people that she’s a fresh student of Uniben with no hostel space to stay and that they should please accommodate her for the night. .
Once taken in, she strikes by going to surrounding rooms, very early in the morning, to steal, especially when the occupants have gone out to have their bath. She is currently at the security office at Ugbowo, Uniben.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Reports has been going round for a while now that Davido’s girlfriend, Chioma dropped out of school.
It seems though that from every indication right now, it looks like Chioma has finally dumped school to concentrate on her love affair with Davido.

According to Vanguard Ripples, a reliable source revealed the story and the report also has it that the chef’s family members are not happy with the new development.
The source also revealed that Chioma’s father, who is a devout Seventh Day Adventist is not particularly pleased that his daughter has not been serious with her studies.

Chioma who gained admission into Babcock University (a Seventh Day Adventist school) to read economics in 2012 is yet to graduate, when she should have completed the course since 2016.
Chioma, once skipped a whole session because she was travellling around with Davido and had to defer her studies. For months now, she has not been attending classes. I can’t even remember the last time she was in school. The last thing I heard from her friends in school is that she’s not interested in coming back to Babcock. She’s travelled out of the country again and it doesn’t look like she’s coming back.

A friend confessed to me that she told her she’s not coming back to Babcock, said a source who wouldn’t want her name in print. It was further gathered that her father has had a strict talk with her that she must finish school before embarking on any marriage plans.


The devout Seventh Day Adventist parents are said to be pained about their child treating her celebrated love affair with the superstar singer as top priority over her education. It is public knowledge that Chioma and Davido are already living like they are married. Wherever there’s Davido, Chioma is sure to be there.
For a woman who had a Porsche car gift on her birthday and a song in her name ruling the airwaves, the fantasy that comes with it may just be too much for her to handle, family or not.
Davido has reacted to a report by Vanguard that his girlfriend, Chioma’s parents are angry she is yet to graduate from the University because of her relationship with the him.
Just as the singer’s girlfriend, Chioma advised people to keep shut if they don’t know the truth about stories.
The ‘Fia’ crooner also tweeted:
“I just dey observe”