Friday, August 2, 2013

Funke Akindele Finally Opens Up On What Really Happened

 all about other women, lack of attention, just coming in and going out at at will, abuse, etc. Nollywood actress Funke Akindele has opened up on the reasons behind the crash of her marriage. Although Oloyode is now begging her to come back, there is a "spiritual" angle to the saga.
Below are the revelations by Funke Akindele:
In an interview with E24-7 Magazine, she disclosed that she only enjoyed the marriage in the first 2 months.

“I was abused emotionally and verbally. Really, I felt we could work things out when the trouble started two months after the marriage, but I made up my mind and shut the door of the marriage at him when the trouble was coming to me too much.

"I stooped to conquer him; buried my fame and name to make him my husband, but it did not work. At a point in time, I asked if it’s not the same man that was all over me before we married.
"He nearly got me off my career. He called me severally; I did not pick his calls but when he realized

Suspected kidnapper caught smuggling baby in traveller’s bag

Pandemonium rent the air in in the early hours of Saturday morning at Bwari Park, Abuja, when a suspected kidnapper was apprehended trying to board a commercial bus with a stolen baby
 The incident which stunned passengers of the bus soon attracted a large gathering of people comprising mostly drivers, park traders, motorists and commuters.

 City Pulse gathered that the little boy was reportedly abducted from a remote community in Abuja

Saudi Arabia : Blogger Faces 600 Lashes, Jail for Insulting Islam!

A Saudi court has sentenced a activist to seven years in prison and 600 lashes for violating the nation’s anti-cybercrime law, Human Rights Watch reported Wednesday.

A Jeddah Criminal Court found Raif Badawi, who has been in prison since June 2012, guilty this week of insulting Islam through his website and in television comments.

Reported Saudi paralysis sentence ‘outrageous,’ rights group says

Online Commentator Detained By Nigeria Police, On Behalf Of Billionaire Emeka

Boniface Okonkwo, a South Africa-based businessman who was seized and detained by the Nigeria Police for more than a week over an online comment he made regarding fraudulent Nigerian businessman and People's Democratic Party (PDP) big shot, Emeka Offor, has finally made bail.

Lawyers from Femi Falana chambers, who served as the defendant's attorney at a Magistrate court in