Imo Commissioner for Happiness blasts critics

Commissioner for Happiness

I don’t blame you. I blame your bald head that no single strand of hair or sense has refused to grow from https://t.co/wI3nwEuC89

— Commissioner for Happiness (@MrsOgechiOlolo) December 5, 2017

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Femi Fani-Kayode shares heartbreaking photo of an African roasted alive in Libya

Femi Fani-Kayode shares heartbreaking photo of an African roasted alive in Libya as he condemns the slave trade boom

Former Aviation Minister Femi Fani-Kayode has condemned the ill-treatment of Nigerians in Libya and also the President of Nigeria for failing to address the situation.

Taking to his Instagram account, FFK shared a shocking photo of the burnt body of an African immigrant hanging upside down. He said the man had been roasted alive and it is the fate a lot of Nigerians in Libya are subjected to. Those who are not killed are sold into slavery or overworked.

He wrote: “Roasted alive! This is what Libyans do to sub-saharan Africans who are looking for a transit point to Europe. They sell them into slavery and either murder, mutilate, torture or work them to death. All this yet not a word of condemnation from @MBuhari or other African leaders!”

Femi Fani-Kayode shares heartbreaking photo of an African roasted alive in Libya as he condemns the slave trade boom

NAPTIP declares Perebi Nicole Otubo wanted for trafficking young Nigerian girls to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, UAE for sexual exploitation

?Photos: NAPTIP declares Perebi Nicole Otubo wanted for trafficking young Nigerian girls to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, UAE for sexual exploitationRead the press release below…

NAPTIP’s most wanted human trafficker Perebi Nicole Otubo

This woman, Perebi Nicole Otubo whose pictures are displayed is wanted by the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) for Human Trafficking.

She has been linked to an International Human Trafficking ring that specializes in trafficking young girls from Nigeria to Dubai and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) for sexual exploitation (prostitution).

Perebi Nicole Otubo whose date of birth is 9th December 1984 hails from Bomadi Town in Delta State. She is 1.65 meters tall and slightly fair in complexion.

She was recently jailed in Dubai, UAE, for Human Trafficking. She was released in July 2017 and is currently at large, hiding somewhere in Nigeria. Her accomplices and recruiters in Nigeria have been arrested by NAPTIP and are currently facing prosecution in court.

Anyone with useful information that could lead to her arrest should please contact NAPTIP on the following platforms: 08002255627847 or 07030000203 (toll free lines) or email: info@naptip.gov.ng.

Josiah Emerole
Deputy Director and Head, Press and Public Relation
For: Director-General
28th November, 2017

?Photos: NAPTIP declares Perebi Nicole Otubo wanted for trafficking young Nigerian girls to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, UAE for sexual exploitation

Toyin Abraham – I couldn’t boast of N1m in 2016 … Find out why?

Actress Toyin Abraham has opened up on her past when she abused hard drugs like marijuana and codeine, and was involved in other vices. She made the disclosure at the 2017 edition of Success Story Africa, held in Lagos, on Sunday.

“You need to stop bad habits. I was involved in a lot of vices and it became worse last year,” PremiumTimes quoted her as saying at the event. “I did drugs and I am not ashamed to say it because it’s now a thing of the past.

They say codeine makes you high; I took a lot. I smoked a lot and I didn’t even know I looked horrible, because I was so skinny. If you came to my house last year, you would meet a lot of people and you wont want to leave because we smoked, gossiped about people and what have you.”

According to PremiumTimes, she also talked about the mistakes she has made in the entertainment industry and how she has not let the negativity shape her. “I made a lot of mistakes when I began acting and that was because I did not have plans. I just wanted to be known.

But, I now know that being popular isn’t the same thing as being successful. When I got into the industry and the fame became too much, I became irresponsible. I could not boast of N1 million in 2016. I was making money and I wanted to feel among.

When one of our colleagues bought a car, it was trouble because we all strove to buy the same car or a bigger one. I had to change my circle for good and this change started in March 2017.”