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Fortune and Eki were not only the best of friends, they were from the same village. An impregnable line was, however, drawn recently when Eki caught Fortune pants down with her husband.
A mother of three daughters escaped death recently by the whiskers after being descended upon heavily by street urchins in her neighbourhood. Her offence: She was allegedly having séxual relations with her friend's husband. Fortune until very recently lived with her three daughters in a room at Bolumole area of Ifo Local Government Council of Ogun State.
She is a divorcee and teaches at a private elementary school at Oju-Oore area of Sango Ota, in Ado-Odo/ Ota Local Government Area of the state. Fortune was said to have lost her marriage in 2005 when she was caught having an affair with her husband's colleague.
The situation made the husband to abscond. This later led to the death of the marriage as her husband relocated to the northern part of the country. Then, their abode was at Alapere area of Ketu, Lagos State. As a result of this she also relocated from Ketu to Ifo with her three daughters.
There she resettled and got her current work as a teacher. At her new place of abode, Fortune, an indigene of Ikom, Cross River State, soon became friends with Eki who is from the same town with her.
Eki, who has an eight-yearold son, lives with her banker husband in the town. Eki's husband, Azu, is from Asaba in Delta State. Fortune, who lived in a room and parlour at Ifo, was two just blocks apart from Eki's house. While Fortune wakes up quite early to go to work every day, her friend, Eki, is a full time house wife and she also looks after the family's poultry in their own compound.
Since Azu works at a bank around Lagos Island, he used to leave home very early each day. But, sometime last year, Azu was transferred to the Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos State branch of his bank. As a result of this, Eki pleaded with him to help give her friend a ride to Sango while going to work every morning.
The man obliged and every morning that he while going to work, he would give Fortune a ride to Sango-Ota. In no time, something else happened. Azu and Fortune began an illicit relationship.
This had been on for almost a year now. But one Sunday afternoon in January this year, Fortune told Eki in company of her husband that she was relocating from Ifo. It was a shock to Eki. Fortune told the couple that she was leaving the area because she had been transferred from Ota to Iju area of Lagos State. Unknown to Eki, however, her husband had just secured a 2-bedrom apartment for her friend, Fortune, at Dalemo, in Sango-Ota.
The day Fortune was moving her property out of the house, Eki reportedly wept like a baby. Eki had prevailed on Fortune to give her, her new address but the latter kept on promising she would come and take Eki there. She never did. However, both women vowed to continue their friendship irrespective of the distance. Around the time Fortune moved out of Ifo, Azu also reportedly informed his wife that his schedule of work in the office had changed in such a way that he had to spend the weekend in the office. The wife took the news in good faith and all had been well since then.
But trouble started around late February, 2013, when another friend of Eki reportedly informed her that she saw her husband and a woman, hand in hand, shopping together on a Saturday at Shoprite, Alausa, Lagos.
A couple of weeks later, one of Eki's in-laws also shocked the woman, but this time, he claimed he saw her husband with Fortune feeding each other at a drinking joint around Abule-Egba area of Lagos State on a Saturday night. Eki, apparently too afraid to confront her husband with the story, decided to trace his movements, hoping to get to the root of the matter.
On Saturday, April 19, 2013, Eki's in-law, a petrol attendant around Abule-Egba-Fagba Road, again sighted Azu and Fortune at the same beer joint and hurriedly put a call to Eki. Within a short time, she reportedly arrived at the area, and saw her husband feeding Fortune with a glass of drink. Barely an hour after Eki arrived there; Azu and Fortune entered the car and drove off. Fortune's new abode is reported to be a stone throw to the drinking joint.
As the two of them drove off, Eki and her in-law reported rushed on a motorcycle and traced them to the place. Within minutes, the door to Fortune's flat was shut and the light went out. That was around 8:45pm.
Moments later, Eki and her petrol attendant in-law barged into the flat and knocked at the door. It was Azu who reportedly came to open the door. He was shocked to see his wife there. Eki reportedly brushed past her husband and made for Fortune, her friend. She was wrapped in a towel in the living room.
"Twice I was told of the relationship between Fortune and my husband but I never took it serious, until my sister-in-law's brother, who works around there also told me about it.
"When he saw them again that Saturday, he called me and I took a motorcycle from Ifo down to Abule Egba that I could catch them there. They were still there when I arrived but I hid myself at the filling station where the boy works.
When my husband and Fortune drove off, we chartered another motorcycle to follow them and we eventually traced them to the house my husband rented for her and where both of them always spend the weekend," Eki narrated. With the shout for help, neighbour reportedly pounced on Fortune and gave her the beating of her life. She was also reportedly strípped almost nakéd in the process.
Azu, on his part, hurriedly got dressed and drove out of the place, but not without pebbles hurled at his car's windscreen. A shop owner in the area, Fidelis, told Saturday Mirror that but for the intervention of people, Fortune would have been lynched by the irate mob that gathered at the scene.
"I did not know why the woman's (Fortune) neighbours treated her like that, but the wife of the man and the young man that came with her did stríp her almost nakéd and damaged most of the electrical appliances in the house. When the woman told the people what happened, some area boys in the area started beating Fortune and almost killed her," Fidelis added.
Fortune reportedly left the house with the only kid living with her. She has not been seen since then. It was also gathered that Azu had travelled to his village while Eki had gone there to meet the family.

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3 killed, 20 injured in Anambra accident today

Three people were killed and at least twenty people seriously injured today April 26th in a multiple accident involving a truck and four buses along the Enugu Onitsha Expressway in Awka, Anambra State. (Pictured above)

 The accident occurred when the truck loaded with palm kernel oil had break failure and crashed into five stationery vehicles parked at a bus park near Unizik Junction. Unfortunately, the driver of the truck and two passengers in a bus loading at the park died instantly. 20 people were seriously injured.


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Discourage Your Children From Talking To Strangers

Discourage children from talking to, or receiving gifts from strangers, it could be bait for kidnap. Always let close family members know where you are going and when you would likely return. Always remember: Your security is your personal responsibility. In an emergency:Dial Lagos State Emergency Response 767 or Police Control Room: 08035068243, 07035068242, 08073777717, 08073777787
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How true is this. God bless without adding sorrow.

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Increase In School Fee at Babcock University

Babcock Students are protesting via the
media and not protesting in school or
complaining to their school administration.
The university just released the school fees
for next session and some students feel its
outrageous. Below is the tution fees.
1) Accounting- N1.5million
2) Nursing- N1million
3) Law- N2million
4) Medicine- N3million
5) Others- N860,000
The students are scared to protest in their
school because they could get suspended.
Babcock is a Christian University and claims to
be a non-profit organization, so students
don't understand why they have to pay such
huge amounts.

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Jonathan May Be The Last Nigerian President

Jonathan May Be The Last Nigerian President
Dr Chris Ekiyor is the former National
President of the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) and
currently the Caretaker Chairman of Patani
Local Government Council of Delta State. In
this interview, the Niger Delta activist faults
the calls for amnesty for members of the Boko
Haram sect and warns that the people of the
Niger Delta will resist any move to use the
resources from the area to fund the amnesty.
On the 2015 presidency, he says the people of
the Niger Delta are unanimous in their decision
that President Goodluck Jonathan should run
for second term asserting that any attempt to
stop him by the North will lead to the end of
Nigeria. Excerpts:
The Federal Government has announced a
committee to look into the possibilities of
granting amnesty to members of the Boko
Haram sect. As one of those who perfected
amnesty for ex-militants in the Niger
Delta, what is your view?
This is another bandwagon effect that is
tearing apart our country again. Amnesty
today is another word for quick money. I think
it is a misplaced national priority to even think
about granting amnesty to a bunch of people
who, in all their activities, have shown
criminality, have shown cold blood murder and
have no focus or issue. And it is unfortunate
to try to equate Boko Haram with the
struggles of the Niger Delta.
In the Niger Delta, a people, who were living
peacefully and having their own livelihood,
were traumatized by the Federal Government
with its activities in oil exploration. Their land
captured, their environment polluted from
1957 till date. And the people decided to say,
enough is enough, you cannot take our oil and
impoverish us. You cannot put 60 per cent of
our oil wealth in the hands of northerners and
our environment is not protected. You have to
allow us control our resources so that we can
develop our place at the pace at which we
found our resources. We are willing to pay tax
to the center as it is done every where that oil
was found'. That was what caused the Niger
Delta crisis.
The Niger Delta struggle was a purposeful and
ideology based struggle. That was the focus.
Now, between 1996 and 2003, of course, it
became an all-comers struggle. Criminals who
will go and steal on the streets will claim that
they kidnapped because of oil. Between 2003
and 2007 it went out of hand because the
military itself became a party to the process.
Dr. Chris Ekiyor
By the time the Federal Government was
offering amnesty, oil had been cut down to
700 barrels per day by the activities of the
people in the creeks. Insecurity in the region
made oil companies to foldup. Before, the
youths accepted amnesty, they sent
representatives including myself to dialogue
with the government and they were series of
meetings under the late President Yar'Adua's
administration.
Now, in accepting amnesty, the country
recovered economically to the tune of about
2.1million barrels per day and you know what
that means to the nation's coffers. So, if from
that pool, money is taken to rehabilitate
people, who so to say admitted that it is our
mother land, we will now allow government
develop the region. Taking amnesty brought
more value to the government and it is now
trying to reciprocate the gesture by training
people in the region.
'Militancy in the Niger Delta different
from Boko Haram mayhem'
But beyond the technicalities of talking about
amnesty for a group of people who are
murderers, I think that government has
misplaced its priority in terms of what it is
saying.
Dialogue with the people, yes, amnesty, no.
Amnesty is not an exit window for criminals.
These are people who have murdered over five
thousand people in cold blood. People are in
churches, they bomb the churches, killing
people who are equally victims of bad
governance like them. Again, 80 percent of
these people are not Nigerians. So, if you are
granting them amnesty, where will you take the
resources for which you are going to
reintegrate them? Is it the Niger Delta
resources, our oil money to integrate criminals
and murderers in the North? That money
should be put on infrastructures across the
country if the money is too much in the
government coffers.
'Jonathan taking bullshit'
I am particularly worried that our president,
in line with his broad nationalism, is taking too
many bullshit from too many people. He is the
most insulted president not because he has not
worked, there is no president that has done
better than Goodluck in the history of Nigeria,
but people don't seem to know because he is
not a loud speaker, he does not embarrass
people.
'Posterity will not forgive Jonathan if he
fails to develop the Niger Delta'
President Jonathan is a broad-minded
Nigerian, he is trying to balance projects in all
the regions and, in doing that, he has
undermined his own region. So the Niger Delta
people have started clamouring why should we
not have more. But again he is the President of
Nigeria not for Niger Delta. It is now left for
the Niger Delta members in the National
Assembly to ensure that there are resources
in the appropriate ministries such as the
Ministry of the Niger Delta to develop the
region. As it is today the Ministry of Niger
Delta is not being funded and that is why the
Minister is frustrated. If you check the money
they appropriated for the Niger Delta
Ministry and that of Water Resources, you will
see the difference. I want to also say that Mr
President must not feel that if he develops the
Niger Delta he will be blamed for it. Infact if
he does not develop the Niger Delta posterity
will not forgive him.
People committed themselves in developing
Abuja because they have an agenda to develop
the North. Jonathan is not weak as people are
saying, no weak person can lead Nigeria. The
problem is that this country is held by cabals
and those people don't want the development
of the Niger Delta. So it is not Jonathan but a
lot of people around him have their own
agenda.
'Jonathan must run in 2015′
We were in this country when youths were
mobilized to Abuja, 'Youth Earnestly Ask for
Abacha', during the military rule, when all the
five political parties endorsed one man. We
were in this country when Obasanjo wanted to
go for third term.
Alameseigha and others were arrested. Yes,
they may have been involved in corrupt
practices but they became victims due to their
opposition to the third term bid. People are
talking now because Jonathan is seen as a
toothless bull dog. He is seen as being weak,
but they don't know that it is in that his
weakness that he has his strength. How can you
see a president and say he should not contest
again? The choice to contest is his but if he
decides to contest, nobody can stop him
except the ballot. And if they feel he cannot
contest, then we should all be ready to pack
our luggage.
Goodluck may be the last President of Nigeria
because a lot of predictions are in line. There
is the provision in the amalgamation law which
says that, if after hundred years we cannot
co-exist, everybody can go his way. These are
signs of the end and we are happy about it
those of us from the Niger Delta.
The earlier Nigeria breaks so that we can go
and rebuild our economy and our environment
the better since Nigerians don't know that
Goodluck is a blessing and a builder. Nobody
can stop Jonathan, we have said that he must
contest and anybody who does not want to
support us, no problem. We will campaign
throughout the nook and cranny of the
country.
(Vanguard)

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How to Be Liked and Admired

To be successful, people need to like you. If people dislike you, you fail.

So how do you get people to like you?

A bad solution is to pretend to be someone you are not. For example, Joe pretends to be from England and talks with a British accent. He thinks it will help him get a girlfriend. Jane meets Joe and thinks he's interesting because of his accent. However, when Jane finds out Joe has never been to England, she can't trust Joe and no longer likes him.

Another bad idea is to be rude or disagreeable. You think, "When people are nasty to me, I want to make them like me. So I'll go around being nasty to people and they'll want me to like them." Of course, being mean to people just makes them afraid of you and so they try to seem non-threatening. They, of course, do not like you.

Another bad solution is to beg for admiration. You ingratiate yourself to people, meaning you bow down and kiss their feet. It does not make them like you. For example, on Jill's first day on the job, she tells her boss, "Even though I've just met you, I can tell you're absolutely brilliant! I've never worked for a boss as awesome as you. I will do anything you want me to do, just ask." Her boss instantly dislikes her.

Trying to make people like you usually makes them like you less. However, doing the opposite, actually works!

"DON'T DESIRE TO BE LIKED OR ADMIRED. Don't give a darn, because if you start giving a darn you won't be liked or admired." -- L. Ron Hubbard

The Solution

"The only way, really, to be liked or admired is to not care if you are liked or admired but to act most any way you please. And you'll be surprised at how many people will like and admire you." -- L. Ron Hubbard

For example, you meet a new customer who acts like a big shot. You want him to like you, but he won't even look at you. He just gives you orders. So you don't give a darn and just act like yourself. The customer starts to like you.
How to Be Liked and Admired

To be successful, people need to like you. If people dislike you, you fail.

So how do you get people to like you?

A bad solution is to pretend to be someone you are not. For example, Joe pretends to be from England and talks with a British accent. He thinks it will help him get a girlfriend. Jane meets Joe and thinks he's interesting because of his accent. However, when Jane finds out Joe has never been to England, she can't trust Joe and no longer likes him.

Another bad idea is to be rude or disagreeable. You think, "When people are nasty to me, I want to make them like me. So I'll go around being nasty to people and they'll want me to like them." Of course, being mean to people just makes them afraid of you and so they try to seem non-threatening. They, of course, do not like you.

Another bad solution is to beg for admiration. You ingratiate yourself to people, meaning you bow down and kiss their feet. It does not make them like you. For example, on Jill's first day on the job, she tells her boss, "Even though I've just met you, I can tell you're absolutely brilliant! I've never worked for a boss as awesome as you. I will do anything you want me to do, just ask." Her boss instantly dislikes her.

Trying to make people like you usually makes them like you less. However, doing the opposite, actually works!

"DON'T DESIRE TO BE LIKED OR ADMIRED. Don't give a darn, because if you start giving a darn you won't be liked or admired." -- L. Ron Hubbard

The Solution

"The only way, really, to be liked or admired is to not care if you are liked or admired but to act most any way you please. And you'll be surprised at how many people will like and admire you." -- L. Ron Hubbard

For example, you meet a new customer who acts like a big shot. You want him to like you, but he won't even look at you. He just gives you orders. So you don't give a darn and just act like yourself. The customer starts to like you.

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Fortune and Eki were not only the best of friends, they were from the same village. An impregnable line was, however, drawn recently when ...
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