VIDEO: Genevieve Is The Hottest Chick In Nollywood Says Ramsey Noah

photoEver wondered if the rumour that Ramsey Noah and Genevieve Nnaji once dated is true? Well Nigerian actor Ramsey has cleared the air on that in an exclusive interview.
He also talks about his marriage and a time he was stalked at his home for three days by a woman who claimed to have been sent by God to marry him.



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Plateau Community Denies Attacking Fulani

Tarok people of Wase Local Government of Plateau State have debunked allegations that they are responsible for the frequent attacks on the Hausa/Fulani settlements in Wase.
This came three days after gunmen suspected to be members of an Islamic sect attacked two communities in the council, killing one person and burning five houses.
The Chairman of Ngwan Ishi O’Tarok, a traditional union in charge of welfare and security in the local government, Mr. Lohbut Jangle, in a statement in Jos on Thursday, said contrary to insinuations, the persistent attacks on Wase and Langtang North and Langtang South were not perpetrated by Tarok youths.
The statement read, “We have decided to inform the world of the evil perpetrated against the Tarok natonals in Wase and its environs. We Tarok people in Wase are being treated as outcasts.”

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(18+) The Most Racist Music Video Ever

Group Day Above Ground released a song called “Asian Girlz,” and it’s way worse than you could possible imagine.
Judging by the reactions, “Asian Girlz” is either the most racist thing ever or just the most racist thing you’ll see all day.
Here’s what happens in the music video: The band is trapped in a bird cage while an Asian model strips out of a prim outfit to reveal lingerie and tattoos, while said band sings about things like fried rice and “buttf–king all night.” As Buzzfeed noted, the fourth verse is actually just a list of Asian stereotypes. While this is happening, every member of the band goes on a date with an Asian girl, nights chronicled in Polaroid snapshots. THEN, the model in question picks up the bird cage and takes it (and the band) to the bathroom where she — of course — draws a bubble bath and lets the miniature non-musicians out for a dive into the water.
She then rubs one of them on her breasts while another one swims between her legs, causing her to moan.
Not only is there plenty of racist stuff to get one’s blood boiling, there’s also this actual lyric: “17 or 23, it doesn’t matter to me!”
Levy Tran, the “Asian Girl” in the video, apologized for participating in the clip on Twitter, while the band says they’re totally not racist because –wait for it — “the guy in the bow-tie, our cutie bass player, was born in Indonesia, and he steals the show!”

(PHOTO, VIDEO) The Little Boy who Moves Pope Francis to Tears

A nine-year-old boy has made the headlines as he broke past barriers to run into Pope Francis’ arms in order to tell him something that moved the pontiff to tears.
This Little Boy Moves Pope Francis to Tears (PHOTO, VIDEO)
A video captures what is surely one of the most poignant moments of the Pope’s last Friday’s trip to Rio for World Youth Day.
While the papal entourage makes its way through the picturesque Quinta de Boa Vista park, Nathan de Brito dashes to the vehicle where he is greeted by the Holy Father himself.
They embrace on the Popemobile as de Brito confides to Pope Francis, “Your Holiness, I want to be a priest of Christ, a representative of Christ.”
This Little Boy Moves Pope Francis to Tears (PHOTO, VIDEO)
Pope Francis beams at the small child in the Brazilian national soccer team jersey, and replies, “I am going to pray for you, but I ask you to pray for me.” He wipes tears from his eyes as he embraces de Brito and tells him, “As of today, your vocation is set.”
After exiting the Popemobile, the video shows de Brito blowing the Pope a kiss before covering his face with his hands, completely overwhelmed by the incredible experience.
Watch the video below:

PHOTONEWS: Trial Of Pro-Amaechi Lawmaker Who Brutally Attacked Colleague Begines

The trial of pro-Amaechi lawmaker, Chidi Lloyd, who brutally attacked his colleague at the Rivers State House Of Assembly, has commenced in Port Harcourt.
This is coming less than a month after the Rivers state House of Assembly witnessed a very rowdy session today for some minutes after two months of adjournment as pro-Governor Rotimi Amaechi legislators battled five renegade lawmakers rooting for the political opponents of the governor.
It will be recalled that the video of this encounter went viral on social media websites.
See photos below of Hon Chidi Lloyd at the court house premises…

Governor Amaechi – The History Of My Problem With Patience Jonathan

Rivers State Governor and Chairman of Nigeria Governors’ Forum, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi said his perceived misunderstanding with the First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan arose out of his desire to provide a conducive learning environment for the children of Okrika, home town of the First Lady
Amaechi said he has enormous respect for both President Goodluck Jonathan and his wife, Patience.
He spoke when clergymen of the Niger Delta Bishops’ Forum visited him in Government House, Port Harcourt on Friday as part of their efforts mediate in the political crisis in the state. The bishops had some weeks back visited the First Lady and Minister of State for Education Nyesom Wike in Abuja as part of their efforts to resolve the issues
Amaechi said: “My lords, I don’t know what to say, believe me, the only thing I want to say to you is that and I want to be put on record that the wife of the President said when My wife came to beg me, I pushed her away. I have never quarrelled with my wife publicly, and I will never quarrel with my wife publicly. So there is no time I pushed my wife away, and there is no time I will push my wife away. I just want to correct that so that nobody goes away with the impression that somebody told my wife ‘go and talk to your husband, she came and I pushed her away’. No, that day I simply walked away into a bus and I sat down until they finished. So all I did was go back to the bus to enable my wife perform her official function of someone who had received the wife of the President and escort her to all the places she wanted to go to”.
“I hope that it (this mediation) will work. Niger Delta Monarchs came and no result came out of it and since you are men of God I hope that this one God will bless it. I hope so because that is the same way I spoke to them(the monarchs) and they said, ‘watch out, it will work’, and they never returned because it never worked. There are so many persons who had come to mediate but nothing came out of it. If it is peace that everybody wants, I am ready for peace. When you say you are seeking for permission, I am wondering why, because if you did not have the permission you would not have gone to see the wife of the President. The mere fact that you have seen the wife of the President means that you have initiated the peace move, so you don’t require any further approval than the approval of God that you have started with.”
“There are aspects of the story that is public that I need to correct. lord Bishops please allow me correct those ones too because when you spoke with the wife of the President she spoke publicly. She said and I concede to her when she said she is my mother. As wife of the President who is the head of government and head of the nation, she is my mother and you expect that as my mother she should be able to protect her son. No mother takes away a Police Commissioner to the detriment of her son, so when next you see my mother, please tell her that she should try and protect her son.
“The other aspect is the Okrika story when she visited. Like I said, as the governor, by protocol I will receive the President and you know that the President is not just our President, he is the head of the nation but when the wife of the President came I went to receive her at the airport and she slept in Port Harcourt. The next day she came up with a programme that was not part of the official programme, and what was the programme? She wanted her people to receive her in Okrika. There was no plan, there was no protocol arrangement, nothing. We just had to quickly arrange protocol to take her to the place.
But to do that we wanted to also show her, as part of her own programme, not our programme, was to show her the projects we had done in Okrika. So we took her to the Rufus Ada-George ring road in Okrika which we started and completed and then somewhere we saw a health centre and a primary school and I said stop, let me show her this health centre.We looked at the health centre and we were satisfied. At the primary school, there were houses around the primary school too close for comfort, no football field, no playground, no space at all around the school and I turned to the wife of the President and said ‘Your Excellency Ma, we have not finished with this building, we would buy the houses that are surrounding the primary school and demolish them’.
Once she heard the word ‘demolish’, the wife of the President flared up and took the microphone from me and started all sorts of diatribes that I won’t mention here for the respect i have for the office of the wife of the President. When she finished, I felt that it is wrong to confront the wife of the President publicly. When she finished, I withdrew and walked into the bus. When we got to the ground of the reception which was not part of our programme, which she just included by herself, I came down from the bus and went to sit in one of the primary schools.
That is where she said my wife met me and I never and will never, there was not even a public, how did the wife of the President know that my wife met me and I pushed her away when she was supposed to be in a public ceremony. Was she standing with me and my wife in that primary school and saw me pushed my wife away? So it is important that you get to know this and it is important that the public knows that the altercation between myself and the wife of the President was as a result of providing services to her place, the Okrika people because you must deal with the issue of paedophiles.
If you build a primary school and the place is surrounded by people who are cooking and selling and buying, that is not a conducive atmosphere for learning and we did not say we would come there with caterpillars and demolish, we say we would buy the houses from the people and pay them off to be able to get a football field and provide playground for the children and fence off the school so that we can protect them from paedophiles, that was what happened.
Governor Amaechi also spoke on the issue of Nyesom Wike, the Minister of State for Education whom he nominated for appointment as Minister.
“I hear you also visited Nyesom Wike. I try not to talk about Wike. I say so because he is my subordinate, I try not to talk about him but I hear you visited him. Why I won’t talk about him is that Nyesom Wike, his second tenure as Obio Akpor Council Chairman was by the grace of God but I was the architect of that second term. Nyesom Wike was appointed Chief of Staff by me.
Nyesom Wike as a Minister of State, I nominated him. I was under pressure by the President to drop him, I refused. The President persuaded me to drop him and bring a woman but I refused. I hear he is going all over town saying I didn’t appoint him. I didn’t appoint him, the President appointed him but I nominated him to be a minister him as the Chairman of Nigeria Governors’ Forum. I did but you know, character doesn’t come easily, character is a very difficult thing and I am a man of character”, Amaechi said.
Earlier, the leader of the delegation, Rt. Rev. James Aye Oruwori said they came because they needed the governor’s permission to intervene in the prolonged crisis in the state and the dispute between the governor and the First Lady.
They said they took the challenge to intervene in the crisis without external influence, having also visited First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, to restore the peace that existed in the state.
Rt. Rev. James Aye Oruwori said: “On behalf of the Niger Delta Bishops’ Forum, we came to visit with you (Amaechi). We want to first of all appreciate your gracious approval of our coming. Summarily, to say why we are here, we, before I go into that, let me please say that our coming is not influenced by any person, our coming is not sponsored by any person but because in a home where there are fathers, peace is always maintained and because we have observed that there had been some challenges to the people of Rivers State then to the entire Nigeria, we feel agitated in our spirits
“It is not an exaggeration to say that we have been praying but then prayer without faith is classified as dead and it is on this note we have taken upon ourselves to make a move to seek for peace. The scripture says precisely in Matthew 5:9 that ‘Blessed are the peacemakers, for they are the children of God”.
“The best thing to do, we felt is to first of all come to you and to say we would want to intervene in this matter believing that there is nothing impossible with God. We just feel that if this matter is allowed to escalate, the matter is something that will not affect only we that are living but even our children that will be born tomorrow”.

Amnesty Committee: "Constructive Dialogue With Boko Haram Remains Major Challenge"

Engaging in constructive dialogue with key members of the Boko Haram sect remains a “major challenge” for the Presidential Committee on Amnesty, according to the Minister of Special Duties, Kabiru Turaki.
Turaki, Presidential Committee on Dialogue and Peaceful Resolution of Security Challenges in the North Chairman’s, comments were made in Abuja, during a meeting with foreign diplomats in the country, and followed the two-month extension granted by President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday to the committee for bringing peace to the northern part of the country.
Although the committe was inaugurated in April, the insurgency in the north had continued — even after the reported ceasefire agreement was reached with members of Boko Haram.
Turaki told members of the diplomatic corps that “this committee is focused, and, as far as our terms of reference are concerned, we have been able to achieve a lot.”
He listed some of the committee’s achievements: the release of women and children of alleged Boko Haram members, wrongly detained by security operatives, and building “confidence and trust” of some of the group’s members.
He specifically noted that the ongoing dialogue with some critical members of the group would help the committee to establish a comprehensive and workable framework for resolving the insecurity in the country.
“We hope that very soon and within the timeframe the president gave us, this committee will be able to conclude the dialogue, as much as practicable.
“This will then enable the appropriate government agency to sign a ceasefire agreement that will see the end of this insurgency,” he said.
The meeting with diplomats later went into a closed-door session.