Mo’Cheddah, 9ice & GEJ speak in this week’s Soundbites!

Compiled by ‘Ifreke Inyang


Who said what last week?

“This budget is a stepping-stone to the transformation of our economy and country in our walk to economic freedom.

– President Goodluck Jonathan.


“What I can tell you is that the relationship 9ice had with Toni Payne produced a child. For this reason, the presence of this child will always create a reason for the two of us to see, because the father needs to see the son, and the son needs to see the father. So if anybody sees 9ice and Toni Payne together, it’s probably because they have come together to take care of the boy.”

9ice responding to questions from an Encomium reporter about the rumours that he was back with his estranged wife, Toni Payne.

“When I saw the pictures, it did look wrong at the time. I am small, everybody carries me. Every human being I know that’s my good friend carries me because I am light and I’m nice to carry. And he’s a good friend of mine and that day he carried me…we took a lot of pictures, we were just having fun. People have dirty minds, I don’t have a dirty mind. I always see things from a positive side. But now I know that people don’t think like I do, so I have to be afraid now. I can’t just take photos with my friend, I can’t hug female fans anymore. I have learnt you have to be afraid of the world.”

Hip hop star, Mo’Cheddah denies dating Peeshaun. Photos of the singer being carried by Peeshaun, the younger brother in the music group, Skuki, circulated on the net a few months back, with some reports claiming the two music stars dated.

 “We want to form a relationship between all Jews, all Muslims and all Christians.”

A statement from Tri-Faith Initiative, a partnership of Christians, Jews and Muslims that aims to foster greater interfaith relations is kicking off a multimillion-dollar effort to bring the three Abrahamic religions onto a single 35-acre campus.

“I count my blessings to have played for Manchester United. All of my family are United fans and I don’t have any bitterness towards Man United, please let’s make that clear.”

Former Manchester United captain, Roy Keane responding to criticisms from former manager, Alex Ferguson last week.

“This budget is a stepping-stone to the transformation of our economy and country in our walk to economic freedom. This esteemed Assembly would agree that this path would neither be easy nor uncontested; but with a sharp focus, hard work, determination and making careful choices we will overcome.”

An excerpt from President Goodluck Jonathan’s 2012 budget presentation.

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