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11 November, 2013

Gov. Chime and wife Clara
• Enugu governor may divorce spouse 

• Community insists on proper dissolution of marriage

• Onwenu, Okei-Odumakin seek probe, protection of victim

• Groups petition United Nations, urge her release
ONCE upon a time in the not-too-distant past, the wife of a state governor somewhere in the old Eastern Region took ill, reportedly of depression.
Her once-loving husband, rather than show her the care that could have helped her recover, shipped her off to a United States (U.S.) hospital. .
Not much was heard of her, and till date, not much is known of what befell the lady.  .
Now, also in the East, specifically in Enugu State, another script with similarities to the earlier incident is allegedly being acted out.
Clara, the wife of Governor Sullivan Chime of Enugu State, had written the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), accusing her husband of subjecting her to horrific and intolerable conditions, including house arrest.
She had told the commission that their union had broken down irretrievably in the past couple of years.   “We do not have a relationship anymore and the situation inevitably led to my nervous breakdown. I have been diagnosed with severe depression and at some point was quite suicidal. In effect, I am locked up in my bedroom, without access to anybody,” her letter read in part. Apparently in reaction to her petition, the NHRC last week visited Enugu with a team of investigators, where they had a series of meetings with all the parties concerned:  Chime; his wife; the governor’s sibling, Dr. Jide Chime; Mrs. Chime’s doctor, Dr. Aham Agumoh; her elder brother, Tony Igwe and the complainant’s preferred London-based consultant psychiatrist, Dr. A. Uzegu.
The commission had on Friday, after concluding investigations told journalists in Abuja that all parties agreed that Mrs. Chime had medical challenges but had disagreed over how to handle her medical condition. The Executive Secretary of the commission, Prof. Ben Angwe, said: “The complainant told the commission that she has lost confidence in the physician at present handling her condition and no longer wants him to treat her.
“She further requested to have a medical opinion of other medical doctors acceptable to her,” Angwe had said.
There were strong indications last night that the marriage between Chime and Clara may officially be called off any moment from now.
This followed a meeting summoned by the governor on Saturday evening at the Governor’s Lodge, Enugu, where he reportedly asked Clara’s family to take back their daughter.
The Guardian learnt that at the meeting, held around 5.00 p.m., and attended by about 10 relatives of the governor from Udi, and about six from Clara’s side, both parties disagreed on the modality for Clara to return to her people.
A source at the meeting who sought anonymity said: “The governor pointedly asked her people to take her back on the grounds that he was no longer interested in the marriage. But her people refused and demanded to know why and on what condition. This almost resulted in a fight. In the end, however, Clara’s people left, apparently to go and consult with their people.”
Clara’s mother left Enugu yesterday to brief her people of Ozuluobu in Amuda, Umunneoche on the turn of events.
Confirming the story to The Guardian yesterday evening, the traditional ruler of Ozuluobu Community, Umunneoche, Abia State, His Royal Highness, Eze Bob I. A. Ogbenna, said the family had formerly informed him about the development.
He said: “She came in this evening to brief me. I am already making consultations and we are going to organise some people to meet with the Enugu State governor. Clara’s mother was in my place this afternoon and informed me about their meeting with the governor. We are not fighting but we need to hear from him. Since they want scandal, we will be ready to give it to them. We will be in Enugu or Udi soon,” he said.
Eze Ogbenna, who said he handed over Clara to Chime when he came for her marriage some years ago, told The Guardian on phone: “That is not how to return somebody’s daughter whose dowry was paid in Igboland. She was never a slave.”                       .      
He, however, expressed surprise over the attitude of Clara’s brother, Tony, whom he said was allegedly backing the governor against his sister.
“I don’t know why he should support the position of the governor against his sister. Anyhow, they will hear from us after our consultations,” he said. .
Meanwhile, in reaction to the conclusion of the NHRC, Mrs. Chime had expressed her disappointment at its role.
Writing a confidant, she stated: “I am very disappointed to read what has been narrated by the National Human Rights Commission. Apart from the fact that the information was largely false, it showed lack of sensitivity in publishing sensitive medical detail. 
“This has the effect of tarnishing and damaging my reputation. It is as though the commission set out to ridicule me. 
“I made it clear to them that I had a nervous breakdown and found it inexplicable as to how hallucination featured as part of my symptoms. It is important to make this clear so that the public should be made aware of this and that the commission should recognise part of her ethos in protecting human dignity.
“It has been suggested by some quarters that the commission appears biased already because of the profile of the person whose reputation is at stake. I want to believe that the commission would approach my case with open mind and in particular recognise me as a victim of crime. I hope that common sense would prevail and that the commission should now retract the damaging publication and stop stigmatising me,” she stated.
She had, in fact, written to the NHRC complaining that they were insensitive to her plight: “You have published medical information which is sensitive and not true and hereby request you to retract same immediately. I regret that failure to do so will result in not granting you further audience. Thanks.”
Speaking with The Guardian on the plight of Mrs. Chime, the Director-General of the National Centre for Women Development (NCWD), Onyeka Onwenu, said her detention was a violation of her rights as a woman and human being. .
Onwenu said: “My heart goes out to her as a woman. This is a very sensitive situation because, oftentimes and in situation like this, you do not have all the information. 
“Having said that, there is something that is fundamental and that is the rights of human beings, which include freedom of movement and association. .
“Even if she has mental illness, that does not abridge her human rights. I think this is a case that should be taken seriously; all freedom-loving Nigerians should do everything to ensure that her rights are protected and that she has medical treatment, psychiatric treatment of her own choosing because I understand she does not want the doctor chosen by her husband.  . 
“She must have unfettered rights to her son because that is her right as a woman and human being,” Onwenu said.
Former Nigerian Envoy to Ethiopia and member of the House of Representatives, Ambassador Nkoyo Toyo, added that there was the need to be cautious while interfering in the affairs and the nature of the problem had not been disclosed. “The reason is, we do not know the real situation of her illness.  It will be difficult to say exactly whether it was violation of her rights as a woman or due to mental issues. We must be careful here,” Toyo said.                   .
President, Campaign for Democracy, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, described the detention of Clara Chime as “crude and barbaric”, considering the fact that her husband occupies an exalted position of a governor.    .
She said: “The attitude is unbecoming of a governor, that is why we have always said people occupying such positions should be checked. We want a full investigation to be conducted into this issue to ascertain the culpability of the governor. If found guilty, he should be brought to book in order to serve as a deterrent to others,” Okei-Odumakin said.    . 
Two civil society groups, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) and Women Advocate Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC), have petitioned Mr. El Hadji Malick Sow, Chair/Rapporteur of the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, “to urgently investigate allegations of arbitrary deprivation of liberty of Mrs. Clara Chime by her husband, Mr. Sullivan Chime, who is the governor of Enugu State of Nigeria.”
The groups requested the chair/rapporteur to “issue an urgent appeal to the governor and the Nigerian government to release her from unlawful detention without further delay.” .  
According to the groups: “The continuing restriction and violation of Mrs. Chime’s rights also constitute violence against women, especially given the physical and psychological suffering she is currently facing.”
The petition, dated November 8, 2013 and sent through the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Office, Mrs. Navi Pillay, stated: “Mrs. Chime is not known to have committed any criminal offence, and the deprivation of her liberty has continued to affect her physically and emotionally as well as seriously undermine her other internationally-recognised human rights. This deprivation and compulsory confinement is not in conformity with international human rights standards, and cannot be justified under any circumstances whatsoever.”   .  
Mrs. Chime had recently raised the alarm that she was “locked up” at the Governor’s Lodge, Enugu, allegedly on the orders of her husband, thereby restricting her access to relatives, friends and family. .
She was also said to have complained to prominent human rights’ lawyer, Femi Falana (SAN), over her incarceration and pleaded with them to rescue her from her confinement.     But Governor Chime had denied the allegation, stressing that his wife has “health challenges” and that her restriction was based on her “doctor’s advice.”
Explaining that she was being treated privately, he stated that he would do everything to protect her integrity as well not to expose her to public ridicule.
One source said Governor Chime tried to justify his wife’s confinement as well as the high security presence around her as measures designed to protect her privacy and to help her deal with certain health challenges.
A source revealed that the governor told members of the NHRC that his wife had to be confined in order to curtail her violent tendencies. 
In a report published on its website, the commission stated that the issue was a disagreement between the governor and his wife “over the procedure for the treatment of her health challenges, which border on occasional hallucinations and depression.”
The commission’s report confirmed that Mrs. Chime had for the past two weeks been confined to her apartment on medical advice for purposes of medical maintenance and security, adding that the governor’s wife admitted that she was in possession and control of keys to her apartment. Angwe added that the commission’s five-person team of investigators had inspected the apartment.  .
But in an angry reaction to the commission’s report, Mrs. Chime accused its members of accepting a bribe from the governor in order to portray her as mentally disturbed, according to a source close to her. 
In an e-mail to a close confidant, she wrote: “What you read in the newspaper is a complete farce and fabrication,” adding: “The truth is that I am severely depressed because of the inhuman suffering and atrocious conditions I have been subjected to for some years now.” She said that she had “been bearing the burden hoping that this ordeal would come to an end somehow but the end seems endless, hence my crying out.”    .
Mrs. Chime described her husband’s reported “protection” of her as “all window dressing.” She stated that she was “only suffering from depression because of all that I have been subjected to,” adding, “I am not mad as he seems to convey. There is no family history of serious mental illness in my family and would challenge him by bringing an independent psychiatrist to assess or evaluate my mental state to prove my point.”                     .      
Reacting to Mrs. Chime’s claims, the NHRC said it was not compromised on its report about the alleged illegal detention of Mrs. Chime by her husband.                     .
In a statement by Chairman, Governing Council of NHRC, Chidi Odinkalu, on Saturday, the commission said that the allegations against the commission were “both factually inaccurate and manifestly unfounded.”      . 
 “Having carefully reviewed the work so far undertaken by members of staff of the commission, I find no basis in them for the claims or speculation widely circulated in the media, that the commission has pronounced on the state of health, physical or mental, of the complainant or indeed any other party in this case,” Odinkalu said.


23 October, 2013

Solomon Lar Burial: Jerry Gana head Committee

Solomon Lar Burial:  Jerry Gana head Committee

Prof. Jerry Gana
Plateau State Governor Jonah Jang of Plateau State has constituted  Funeral Planning Committee for the Late Elder Statesman, Chief Solomon Lar, the former Civilian Governor of Plateau State.
The Committee, would be chaired by Professor Jerry Gana, and Barrister Istifanus Gyang as Secretary.other members of the committee will be drawn from Plateau, Nassarawa States, the family of Chief Lar, the Presidency, Office of the Senate President, Office of the Speaker, House of Representatives, National Headquarters of the Peoples’ Democratic Party The committee has been giving go-ahead to commence preparations for a befitting burial.

Late. Solomon Lar

Gov Rochas Okorocha appoint new actress as aide

Gov Rochas Okorocha appoint new actress as aide

Shirley Igwe
Rochas Okorocha
Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha as appoint another actress Shirley Igwe as special aide- Principal Protocol Officer  The Mass Communication graduate is in charge of the governor’s daily activities and to make sure that visitors are comfortable especially the  Governor. The Fast- rising Nollywood actess, Shirley she is ex-Delta Soap face and
recently she sealed a deal with leading liquid detergent brand, Mama Lemon.  She attended Federal Government Girls College, Owerri and Imo State University, Owerri 

Shirley Igwe



Feyi Agagu discharge from hospital

Feyi, the first son of the Late Former Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Kokumo Agagu was discharged from orthopedic ward of Grace Hospital, London. Feyi was mover from Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, earlier this month. Feyi  and one Akin was one of the survivor  of  the Crashed Associated Airline that carries his father remain and killed other passenger on Board  

Right, Feyi and family member

Late Olusegun Agagu

07 October, 2013

Exclusive Photographs of Asiwaju Bola Ahamed Tinubu retured to Nigeria

All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain Asiwaju Bola Tinubu returned to Nigeria after kneel operation  

04 September, 2013

Cossy goes gaga again

Penultimate Friday during the Star time V channel show in Lagos actress and singer Cossy Orjikakor cause commotion as she stepped on the red carpet, Paparazzi were all over her to take her picture,  Some even says that she is now a porn star, and she looked older than her age. see this photograhs.

26 August, 2013

Scandal! How Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of COZA Slept with Ese; Plus Tape Evidence

Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo
By Ese Walter: I want to talk about something I have kept bottled up inside for longer than necessary. I have also decided to use real names, as my defense for any accusation of slander is justification. I tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but. However, feel free to throw your doubt around but know that I am past the shaming game (where victims of abuse are shot down by blame) I am no longer a victim but a survivor who is sharing her experience to help others caught in same web of abuse, guilt and shame. We only get to live once right? So here, it goes.
I recently came to know this event too was abuse (recently here means about 6 months ago). It has literally been eating me up having to drive by another billboard advertising preachers, or hearing his name, or even trying to ask about the validity of the entire salvation story and whether or not there is a God that truly watches over his people. That being said, I’m just going to say it as it is. This is a recap of my affair with Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of COZA (Common Wealth Of Zion Assembly) Abuja chapter. This affair I have come to know as a form of abuse as you would see the different elements of abuse very present.

I met Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo many years ago. I was getting bored of the church I was attending and someone suggested COZA. At the time, I had never heard about it. My friend said, go there, I’m sure you would enjoy the word. But he also gave me a strong warning. He said he would advice that I remain a member only and not join the workforce. I agreed. The first time I attended COZA, I felt it was my church and decided I was going to plant my ass there. About eleven months had gone by and I was still attending the services quietly and faithfully. I really did like the church. One day a worker in the church approached me that the senior pastor wanted to see me.

Me? I thought. Why would the senior pastor want to see me? Not the second man but the head nigga in charge? Ok na! I started to think my sin was oozing so bad the pastor could tell I needed Jesus. (Poor old me.) I saw him at the end of the second service (they had two services at the time) and he said to me that he would like me to work with him. I knew I had no intentions of becoming a pastor so I had to ask in what capacity. He said he’d like for me to join a department, preferably the Pastoral Care Unit (PCU).

A few weeks later, against my friend’s advice not to join the workforce, I was a PCU member. All of a sudden, I had some status in church. I was ‘somebody.’ Dress had to be on point, hair, shoes and what not… As workers, we were literally trying to outshine each other or so it seemed. Anyways, I felt like I was a privileged member of an elite circle. Hehehe. (It did feel good though, for the most part.)

About a year after joining the workforce, I was on my way to London for a Masters degree program that would last two years. As was the rule for workers travelling, I wrote to say I would be away for 2 years and Pastor Biodun Fotoyinbo asked that I keep in touch by sending him my number and email when I had settled in London so he “makes sure I continue in the faith” because according to him, people loose their faith when they leave home and he wanted to make sure I didn’t. So, on that note, as soon as I got a phone line in London, I was sure to call ‘my pastor’ to say I arrived safe, had settled in and also gave my phone number.

We had spoken a few times especially when COZA started to stream online. I always watched and would give feedback on quality of production and share a little bit on the challenges I faced settling in a new land. One evening, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo called me that he was coming to London and needed me to help him make some hotel bookings as the person who was meant to do it couldn’t get it done (this was rather strange as I had never been involved in his travel itinerary). Later that day, he said it had been sorted and my help would not be required but that he would like me to arrange a cab to pick him up from Heathrow. I was happy to help my pastor from Nigeria and even saw it as a privilege. (I would later come to learn that all of this was a calculated attempt to hatch a plan that I suspect was set in motion when I was asked to join the workforce.)

The cab guy was there to get him the next day and when he arrived, he called to ask why I didn’t accompany the cab to pick him up (again, this was strange but I stopped my mind from overanalyzing the situation as I knew I had no business with his visit to London). About two hours later, he called me and said he would like to see me. When I arrived his hotel, I called from the reception but he asked that I come upstairs. I got to the room and tried to stop my mind from thinking why I was going to his room. As he opened the door and invited me in, I had to speak to my heart to stop its palpitations. My better judgment asked me not to go into the room but the kind of reverence I had for Pasotr Biodun Fatoyinbo bordered on fear and I steeped into that room.

“Care for a drink?” Asked Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.
“No sir,” I said.
“You don’t have to be shy Ese, even if it’s alcohol, feel free and order what you want.” I wasn’t sure I heard my pastor asking me to order alcohol. I imagined it was a test and ignored the voice inside that was saying, “I’d have henny and coke please.” He proceeded to ask how I had been coping in London and if I was a committed member of any church. He also said he thought there was something special about me and wanted to know that I had not strayed from my faith. I really thought he had heard I was doing something I shouldn’t while in London but tried my best to focus on the conversation instead of my straying thoughts. He kept telling me to relax and feel comfortable with talking to him. After a few minutes, he asked that we go to the roof of the hotel as his room was a pent suite and had a connecting door to the roof.

While there, he sat on a reclining chair and asked me to come sit on his laps. This was a bit awkward for me and I froze for a moment as I asked why. He said he had told me to feel free with him and loosen up. I found myself strolling to sit on his laps. At that moment, I felt like a little girl who was experiencing something her mind couldn’t fathom. He asked me to kiss him and all I could think about was seeing him preach on the pulpit back in COZA Abuja, Nigeria, which was my home church. He again said ‘feel free Ese.’ And asked again, that I kiss him.

A few hours later, let’s just say, we were rolling under the sheets. It felt as though my mind had paused. I am not saying I was jazzed, (although it’s possible I was in some trancelike state and didn’t know it but I just was so afraid that I couldn’t say or think otherwise.)

That was the beginning of this affair. A sexual affair that went on for a little over a week, DAILY!

I can hear somebody’s mind thinking, ‘well, you weren’t raped.” And I remember a pastor I opened up to when I couldn’t take all the mind games asking if I seduced him. No, I didn’t seduce him and no, I wasn’t raped but I felt trapped in this affair. Come to think of it, how could I have seduced him when I wanted nothing from him? I mean, I was too busy minding my business in London trying to get through with my masters program and I was overly comfortable. And even if I wanted to seduce anyone, it wouldn’t be a married man, not to mention a married pastor.

What I couldn’t reconcile the whole time, was how the same person who preached against the very things we were doing (i.e drinking in pubs, fornicating, committing adultery) was the same person endorsing and encouraging it.

At some point, I got really confused about what Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo and I were doing that I had to ask how he handles it. I will never forget what he said to me. He said and I quote, “I will teach you a level of grace that you don’t understand.” My mind couldn’t fathom that somehow grace was enough covering for not just fornication on my path, adultery on his path and the many lies that was bound to follow what we were doing that was clearly abominable. I somehow dealt with the thoughts and fears that followed on my path. He had said to me that he wanted me to be his girlfriend and he would take me around the world and spoil me with money and things. Somehow, money had never been one of the things that motivated me (I am from a home where all my needs have been adequately met) In all my ‘badness’ through finding myself, I never did things I did for money but more of rebellion against rules and authority.

Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo also said to me that he had a dream where I exposed what was happening to the media. He said it was all over the place and that people were calling me the girl that caused chaos in COZA. He also said I should remember the bible said to “touch not God’s anointed.” I immediately started to rebuke the devil and said I could never do anything like that. I was almost swearing with my entire family as I thought really I had touched God’s anointed by submitting my body to be used. Little did I know at the time that all of these were ways to mess with my mind and even manipulate my thoughts.

Fast-forward a few months later, I was back in Nigeria and my church had become uncomfortable. Anytime I sat in church and listened to Pastor Biodun preach, I felt shame. I finally sent him a message saying I wasn’t comfortable anymore. I was confused and needed to talk about what had happened. He said I should meet him to talk and I did. It was a really weird meeting for me especially when he tried to kiss me at our meeting. I finally realized at this point that he couldn’t help me. I thought God was angry with me and I couldn’t pray so I decided to withdraw completely from COZA. This was the beginning of my mental torture. I couldn’t talk to my family because already, I was the only one attending a different church and somehow my mom never liked the idea. As the days went by I tried to use drinking and smoking to cover up the deep shame and guilt I was battling with. But as soon as the high was over, the thoughts came back and I felt stuck like I couldn’t move forward.

I felt I had to talk to someone and I decided to speak to my then good friend, Ernest Akale but unfortunately for me, Mr. Ernest did not have the capacity to hold what I said to him. He broke down completely the days that followed and I found myself having to pause how I was feeling and what I was struggling with to help my friend be strong. After a while, he withdrew from not just me but his then fiancĂ© and friends. I had to then tell the fiancĂ© what had caused it (she suspected we were having an affair so I had to clear the air) To my surprise she was a lot stronger than her man and told me to suck it up (I’m paraphrasing). She said if she were me, she wouldn’t leave the church but stay to torment Pastor Biodun and collect money from him. Ok! That sounded extreme for me, as my intention was not to blackmail but to heal my broken self. Anyways, I finally found the courage to speak to my then unit head who said he was going to talk to Pastor Biodun but didn’t have the liver to do so. Before long, the story was spreading and naturally getting twisted.

I went to a new church and it seemed like the COZA bug had chased me there. The pastor would always refer to COZA as some example and each time that was done, it seemed like a spear was thrust through my chest. One day, I broke down in the service and started crying uncontrollably, as I couldn’t take another mention of COZA and the pictures it painted in my head.

Very long, boring story cut short, for the last 5 months I gave the whole church thing a big space and break. I wasn’t sure I believed in God. I wasn’t sure I understood what it meant when people said ‘Jesus saves” and I definitely wasn’t sure how to deal with the mental torture that was affecting not just me but my relationships with family and friends. I was very unstable, fearful and worst of all guilty. I got a chance to talk to Pastor Folarin of COZA Lagos Chapter, popularly called Pastor flo about everything. I made an effort to reach out to him because I realized the right thing to do was talk to an elder in the church and seek some sort of remedy to a wrong I believed had been done me. Instead, Pastor Flo said, Pastor Biodun had confessed to him and they had ‘talked’ about it and somehow that was supposed to be Ok. He asked what it was I wanted coming to talk to him about it when I did, I told him I realized what happened between Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo and I was wrong and not just that I felt abused and manipulated.


I also said I thought it was wrong for Pastor Biodun to go on preaching without taking time to deal with his personal character flaws. I said I thought he was danger to all the young women that attended the church. Come to think of it, maybe he meant if I wanted something monetary or material (as someone had suggested when I opened up to her) but the truth is, I never wanted his money (or is it the church member’s money.) All I wanted was to meet with him and have him accept that he misled me, betrayed his wife and the church he pastors. I wasn’t the only lady in COZA who had been a victim of his sexcapades and manipulative patterns but I was the one who could come back after months of struggle with not just my faith but also my affair with him. And I wanted to set things right. I wanted to talk to Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo maybe for closure and I felt like I needed an apology because he played the “touch not my anointed” card to keep me locked in guilt, shame and fear when all along it was a calculated plan and I dare say, it started when he asked me to join the workforce.

Not to mention the audacity to talk about teaching me a level of grace I didn’t understand. I had no intention of understanding a grace that would permit me to go on doing things that were wrong and what’s worse having to carry the burden for almost a year.

Different surprising advises came up in the weeks that followed the rumour making rounds. I was told to hush because Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo had been a cultist in the past and could send people to shut me up. All my so-called friends in COZA withdrew from me and treated me like I had the plague. What was worse was Pastor Flo finally saw my then pastor to ‘talk’ about what had happened with Pastor Biodun and lied that it happened once and was a mistake. My question then became, ‘do these people even care how broken I had become?’ ’do they care about the emotional and spiritual welfare of the people they were pastoring?’ The sad answer was NO. Most of us old members of COZA kept leaving but they couldn’t care less. What was important was to keep growing the church and having more and more cars with stickers that read “More than enough.” Back then, I always felt horrible when I saw another car drive past me with the sticker. I was breaking, I was struggling but no one could help. All they could do was ask me to hide so Pastor Biodun’s goons don’t hurt me. And then the interesting one was if I had evidence to prove my claim. Let me just say here that, it isn’t a claim, it’s a confession to free me from all of the guilt and shame I have had to live with for no reason at all. (That being said, I have evidence to prove all I have said here, the latest being a 58 minutes recording of my meeting with Pastor Flo a few months back)

This is my confession and I cannot begin to describe how much weight has been lifted off of my shoulders just pouring the truth out about what went down. So, to all my ex COZA friends gossiping about me, get your facts right. To those who said they’d help me deal with the pain but didn’t, I forgive you, I have learnt how to deal with it and I am doing just fine. To those who fear for my safety saying Pastor Biodun would send people to shut me up, I really have gone past fearing for my life. To live is gain and to die is Christ (or how does Paul say it again?) And to the only person who ever supported me through it all, thank you, I am learning to be brave. Please don’t think I am perfect in all of this but in line with living my authentic life and putting all forms of abuse behind me, this is where I press the stop button and stop the bleeding. This is where I break the silence and call the church to stand up for what it has been commissioned to do. If you will not enter the Kingdom, please don’t stop others who are trying to enter.

I still remember when I used to nurse the idea of digging up emails, text messages, hotel billings (as once I used my card to pay for his room when his master card failed to work) to prove there was an affair. It was pathetic. Why for the love of heaven was I trying to dig up evidence? I am satisfied setting the record straight. I am ready for any shaming or bashing that would follow because the truth is, because of what I have suffered and come through, I am really not moved by what people say or think about me anymore. I am a stronger woman and a damn abuse survivor seeking to connect with other victims of abuse to show them how to deal with the shame, hurt and guilt and how to come out stronger. Turning their mess into their message.

I am Ese Walter and I have gone through all forms of abuse from family, boyfriends, my ex pastor and some strangers not to break me, but so I stand and so I qualify to help victims. My scars have qualified me and when all is said and done, I will still be standing.



19 August, 2013

Tope Alabi, god Father Prophet Elijah Ireti Ajanaku is dead

Tope Alabi, Prophet Ajanaku and wife
Prophet Ajanaku

Prophet Ajanaku spraying Tope Alabi

Prophet Elijah Ireti Ajanaku the General Overseer of Christ Revival Church, Ipaja, Lagos died after brief illness on Saturday Night in his country home, Gbongan, Osun State. Before his death, early this year there is a face-off between him and Gospel Singer Tope Alabi who was known to be Tope’s god on earth. He survived by wife and two children.
His Background
He is from a Muslim background, his father was a staunch Muslim, he was never a serious Muslim.
The man of God who had no educational background but God gave him an extra ordinary knowledge and understanding that his is using to oversee his ministry today
According to the information at our hand  we learnt  that when  he was born, a prophet came to their family, who were Muslims and idol worshippers without any relationship with the Christian religion,  told them that their child would be a servant of God, and they were scared. His calling was surrounded by mysterious thing, as the prophet ordered his parents to bath for him at Akinyele, according to the story as they were bathing for him a very big python suddenly appeared, they dropped him by the riverside and ran home, when they came back in the evening, the parent met him all dressed up in white garment and placed on a white shawl and the python was still around him, but the moment the paython sighted people coming, the python left. His Church is located at 17, Koya Akinwale Str, Off Aina Obembe Str, Baruwa Ipaja a Lagos Suburb.

15 August, 2013


Femi Fani kayode
This is definitely not a good time for dandy politician and Former Minister,Femi Fani-Kayode. Since his unguided statements of erotic tales with some Igbo women,including Bianca Ojukwu,in his article,'A Word For Those Who Say I'm A Tribalist',which he has expressed regrets over .Many have literarily called for his head.From left right and centre,the APC chieftain,has received unprecedented bashing.As if that was not enough,from the blues,one Shama Maliga,who claimed to have worked closely with Fani Kayode,when he was serving under the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo,came to town with an unbelievably gory, dirty, drug; sex lifestyle the former Minister of Aviation.....Here is the Shama Maliga's unedited post,on facebook. 1. I have been in dispute with Femi since September 2011 over personal issues. 2. I worked with ObJ between, 2004 to 2007 (Second term) as private in house Agent before leaving to back to Canada in late 2007. 3. I have known Femi since 2002; we first met during an evening Private meeting, on a Sunday at Otta (OBJ’s Parlor). 4. Femi never hide his sexual taste on women (both single and Married. And in many occasions with OBJ, OBJ stylishly joke over Femi’s unending libido on women who rush for assistance, favor or help in Abuja. 5. OBJ calls him “Woman Rapper” and usually warn him to be careful. 6. Many of us including his Aides and OBJ’s Aides knew that Femi is usually on drugs. 7. I can categorically state that Femi has slept with the lady (Adaobi Uchegbu) he mentioned on his FB wall, I don’t know about Miss Chioma Anasoh, I have never heard or seen her before but I say he’s only dreaming of sleeping with Bianca. I believe he’s only lying or trying to make his petition against Ibos strong by dragging Bianca to his chains and lists of banged women. Throughout my time with them (OBJ, Atiku, Imoke and Femi), I have never seen or heard of any relationship between him and Bianca. It would be surprising to know that Femi has never in his life met Bianca, because Femi is very good at lies. 8. No doubt Femi has slept with many Nigerian women (Yoruba, Hausa, Ibo, IJaw etc); Married and Unmarried women. 9. He was not only the person that slept with Adaobi Ukaegbu. I have done it with her severally even when Femi was poking her day and night in Abuja. Even many security men have done it with her under Femi’s nose. So I don’t think Femi should make noise about Adaobi. Adaobi to security men who have banged her severally in and outside Villa was seen as one of those Abuja Prostitutes. She and many other ladies even from south west, South-East, South-south and North were just popular to many of us as political sex hankers. Anyone can bang Adaobi and others even just by mentioning that you are a son to a local government chairman, but you must be ready. 10. She (Adaobi) is not alone in warming of Abuja men’s bed, many Yoruba, Hausa, Tiv, Edo etc were all in the same business of being fucked for one favor or the other. Today, many of them were lucky to head or work in one office or the other as they continue their political bed warming in Abuja. 11. Unfortunately, what Femi doesn’t know is that; while he was busy messing up with people’s wives, girls friends, others were also busy fucking his house hood (his wife and female children) under his nose. 12. I can authoritatively inform you that in two different occasions in 2006; one in Abuja and the other in Saudi Arabia, Former VP (Atiku) wiped Regina (Femi’s wife). Madam Regina Fani-Kayode is also a hot pant and money hunger just like her husband Femi. 13. Femi has five beautiful daughters and I can authoritatively inform you that OBJ has severally slept with Regina and Oluwafolake (Femi’s first daughter). 14. Femi’s daughters; Oluwafolake, who’s mostly called (Folake) and Oluwatemitope who’s mostly called (Temi) are Bi-Sex, and worst of it they are into incest relationship. Two one them have been caught severally making things out on the bed by their own father, who is also crazy about sex and drugs. 15. I, personally have banged Folake, and Temi, but my other colleague has banged Femi’s second to the youngest daughter of his second divorced wife; Oluwatobiloba, who at her prime age love sex more than food. 16. Femi might be aware of the sexual relationship between his wife, daughter with OBJ. He has in some occasions quarreled with Regina and threatens her of Divorce, but for the sake of OBJ and his job, Femi kept mute. 17. In October 2010 during Femi’s private dinner for his 50th birthday, Regina went home with OBJ and spent the Night with him while Femi was busy bedding Adaobi who assisted very well for the social event. Adaobi case nearly destroyed Femi’s home as his wife usually use her as an excuse of sexual immorality even with young campus boys and ex-boy friends. 18. In 2007, one of the security men who has severally banged Femi’s daughter Temi was caught happily showcasing his big black dick to another Femi’s daughter Oluwatuminu during her holiday break, which she admired with smile. They were caught on a newly installed CCTV and the young man was fired thereafter. 19. The only daughter from Regina was the only decent girl in Femi’s house, although she’s still growing up. 20. There’s trouble in Femi’s house hood over madness of immorality sexual relationship and drug addicts. Femi has personally told me when things were okay between us that “Women are only tools for enjoyment”. He said he divorced his first wife (Saratu) the late 1990 over trust. Saratu who I met once was Folake’s mother, even though they have divorce and the woman remarried, Femi still bang her whenever she visit Abuja as I know in 2006. 21. Femi’s second marriage lasted only five years (1991 – 1995 as I later knew) with three daughters; Oluwatemitope, Oluwatobiloba and Oluwatuminu. He’s divorced second wife Yemisi Olasunbo Adeniji once accused him of sleeping with their first Oluwatemitope(Temi), although she’s no longer his wife, Femi usually demand sex from her which to my knowledge the woman never give in but have slept severally with Femi’s friends and politicall associate. 22. Regina Fani-Kayode (nee Regina patience Amonoo), Femi’s third and present wife have also been accused by Femi of sleeping with his brother Rotimi Fani-Kayode. Regina who had only one daughter; Oluwaremilekun for Femi has been warned by Femi not to operate or open FaceBook account, because Femi thinks she will end up getting dating more young guys on internet. 23. I can state here that Femi’s marriage with Regina will still not last. The lady is also smart and sexually active like Femi. Femi hasn’t divorce her yet because he’s still eating through her as the Lady keeps secret dates with top politicians, makes money and ready to fix Femi too politically. OBJ’s relationship with Femi has been cordial because of this lady who warms OBJ ‘s bed regularly. The same lady has been making personally effort with GEJ for herself and probably for fix for Femi. 24. Finally, I have never banged Femi’s third wife Regina but I can say she’s a nice woman in her good side, though I have enjoyed nice sexual views of her. Seen her being banged by VP and Presido and assisted her many times with her clothes. My problem with them is that they are ingrates. Thanks for their daughters who made me happy several times with their tits, pussy and mouths. There’s no need throwing stone when you have so many glass houses. Nigeria MUST remain One. Those preaching division from south-south and south-East are wasting their time.

20 July, 2013

Anna Banner crowned Most Beautiful girl in Nigeria 2013

Most beautiful Girl 2013 edition, 28 year old Anna Banner emerged as winner

Wike Leads Delegation To Visit Injured Rivers Lawmaker In London Hospital

Nigeria's Deputy Minister Of Education Wike Leads Delegation To Visit Injured Rivers Lawmaker In London Hospital.  PHOTO AND STORY By: Sahara Reporter 
Former Chief of Staff to governor Rotimi Amaechi and current Nigerian deputy minister of education has led a delegation of factional members  of the People's Democratic Party in Rivers State to visit injured Rivers lawmaker Michael Chinda in a London hospital.
Mr. Wike is the arrowhead of the  plot by President Goodluck Jonathan and his  wife, Patience to destabilize Rivers State and remove the state governor. Mr.  Chinda was severely injured after a pro-Amaechi lawmaker and majority leader of  Rivers State of Assembly, Chidi Lloyd severally smashed a wooden mace on his head and jaws on July 9th 2013 as a group of five lawmakers tried  unsuccessfully to impeach the speaker of the house.


Full text of the press release issued from London regarding the visit led by Mr. Wike below:
Prominent leaders of Rivers State from across political and professional divides on Saturday visited the member representing Obio/Akpor State Constituency 2 at the Bupa Cromwell Hospital in London, United Kingdom, where the legislator is recuperating from head and jaw surgeries carried out on him by medical experts in the health facility.

Those visited the injured lawmaker include; Minister of State for Education, Barr. Ezenwo Nyesom Wike, former deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Austin Opara, President of Nigeria Bar Association, NBA, Chief Okey Wali (SAN), Former Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, National Treasurer, Mr Kenneth Kobani, Former Transport Minister, Dr Abiye Sekibo, Rivers State Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chairman, Bro. Felix Obuah and a former Commissioner in Rivers State, Mr. Bonny Iyaye.

The leaders were grateful to God for the survival of Hon. Michael Chinda despite the vicious knocks he received from the mace-wielding Majority Leader of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Mr. Chidi Lloyd. They condemned the brutal physical assault suffered by Hon. Chinda, saying that such violence must not be witnessed again in the state.

It will be recalled that Hon. Micheal Chinda received life-threatening injuries on his head and jaw after the Rivers State Majority Leader, Hon. Chidi Lloyd freely attacked him with the House Mace with the assistance of security details of Governor Chibuike Amaechi of Rivers State.

Speaking after the visit to the injured lawmaker and his family, Minister of State for Education, Barr. Ezenwo Nyesom Wike called on the constituents of the lawmaker to remain calm; pointing that justice will be done in the matter.

He said: “It is very unfortunate that such injury could be inflicted on a fellow human being. I remember that the man who carried out this barbaric act claimed that some people don’t have integrity. We can now see the kind of integrity he has. We are happy that the Honourable Member is alive. I want to call on his constituents and I am one of them, to remain calm. I know how Hon. Chinda is dear to them, but at the end of the day, justice will be done.”

Rt. Hon. Austin Opara, a former deputy speaker of the House of Representatives expressed happiness that the lawmaker has been stabilized health wise, but said that it was unfortunate that the Rivers State Governor is yet to see anything wrong with the injuries inflicted on the lawmaker.

Former Minister of Transport, Dr Abiye Sekibo while condemning the brutal injury inflicted on Hon. Chinda, said all well meaning Nigerians must rise to condemn such pre-meditated act of violence in the interest of the nation’s political growth.

He said: “All of us must condemn what happened. It doesn’t matter on which side of the political divide that we find ourselves. Governors who see this kind of barbarism and fail to condemn it, but choose to turn it to political drama will not be forgiven by history”.

Rivers State PDP Chairman, Bro. Felix Obuah regretted that despite the devastating attack on a State lawmaker by the State House Majority Leader, Governor Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi is yet to ask after the welfare of the lawmaker, choosing instead to host series of solidarity visits from governors at the expense of the depleting resources of Rivers State.

Former ACN National Treasurer, Mr Kenneth Kobani said that whoever supports the acts of pre-meditated violence perpetrated against the Rivers State lawmaker needs his conscience examined.
“Our common duty is to ensure that we do not support this kind of evil. It is shocking that even as we speak, those who carried out this evil act are still going about justifying the evil. That tells you the deplorable state that our state has fallen to” Kobani lamented.
 Simeon Nwakaudu,
Special Assistant (Media) to Minister of State for Education.

PHOTO AND STORY By: Sahara Reporter