Obasanjo plays the squabble settler, again | 7 important things you didn’t read yesterday (but should have)

1. The show of shame ensues at Five star Music

A recap- A death was faked in a sloppy manner, and a fall guy is needed.

Thus, the manager who spread the word of the superficial demise, Soso Soberekon, has to assume the role of lamb to the slaughter.

How sad?… but then, the script must be played out, reeking of filth or not.



2. Obasanjo plays the squabble settler, again.

Olusegun Obasanjo is carving a new career for himself- as the pacifier, the mediator, the squabble settler.

The former President seems to be the go-to man whenever there’s a problem in need of solving.

The Celestial Church of Christ has gone to meet Obasanjo, to help in solving their problem.



3. Vic O remains on his delusional lane

Vic O is not in competition with anyone but himself.

The self proclaimed best rapper alive is beginning to sound like he actually believes his bollocks.

Vic O is the only person who can say; “Everybody can come and have me, I’m free. I have a white lady, she’s my girlfriend but I’m single.”




4. Salary-owing Gov Aregbesola boogies down

Well you can’t blame him, it’s his daughter’s wedding ceremony.

Despite owing several months’ salary, Osun state governor, Rauf Aregbesola, showed his guests how to get down low.

Some people will soon start saying a certain amount was spent on the wedding.




5. Mikel Obi is the architect of his misfortune

Sunday Oliseh travelled to London to see Super Eagles players.

He dialed Mikel Obi’s number four times, but the Chelsea bench warmer never picked up.

Oliseh got back to Nigeria, then Mikel leaves a missed call on his phone.

Now we know why he won’t be in the national team for the next match.




6. Things are turning around for Labaran Maku

Everyone thought Labaran Maku was wasting his time at the Nasarawa state governorship election tribunal.

Then suddenly, the witnesses of his opponents started testifying in his favour.

And now, the horizon gleams with hope for the erstwhile Student Union leader.




7. Buhari repeats the same old saying

Since his inauguration as President of Nigeria on May 29, he has said it multiple times.

The phrase has been paraphrased in different ways and formats.

But it has the same meaning- ‘Boko Haram will soon be defeated’.


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