Oshiomole, Sunny Neji, 9ice speak in this week’s Soundbites!

Ifreke Inyang

[12th to 17th September]

“Technically, it is not possible for such a thing to happen because even the voice that you receive at the other end of the phone undergoes many conversions. It is therefore unimaginable that somebody will die while receiving a call. It is only very gullible people that will believe such a rumour.”

A statement released by the Nigerian Communications Commission following rumour making the round that 10 people died in Wukari while receiving calls from a phone number. Mr. Reuben Muoka, Head, Media and Public Relations advised Nigerians to ignore the rumours. He also said said the claim is false and without any iota of truth, and that nothing like that could happen to somebody responding to a phone, no matter the number through which such calls are made.

“It’s too early to say whether I’ll stay [at Tottenham]. But the love between Manchester City and myself is broken. I still have three years left on my contract and even at the end of this season, another two. I will decide on my career in April or May. Now, I want to help Tottenham. I have nothing to prove to Manchester City. Everyone in the country knows what I am capable of.”

Togolese striker, Emmanuel Adebayor speaking to the Daily Mail after scoring on his debut for Tottenham Hotspur, where he moved to on loan in the summer.

 “I do not have power of disciplinary measure or power to reward; the Federal Government should ensure that security agencies are adequately funded. This is why the Federal Government receives the lion’s share from the federation account.”

Governor Adams Oshiomole of Edo State speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in reaction to the number of assassinations, robberies and kidnappings in the last few weeks. Mr Oshiomhole said his administration had done its best to provide vehicles and communication gadgets to enhance police efficiency in their patrol and operational duties. He also stated that his administration had since its assumption of office spent ₦240 million to buy communication gadgets for security agencies in the state.

“President Blatter is fluent in five languages, has a good way with words and is intelligent… but I think he is not an international gentleman and he is like a little brat.”

Excerpts from Former vice-president of FIFA, Chung Mung-Joon’s book where he slams Sepp Blatter, claiming in his memoirs that the current FIFA chief is like a dictator. Mung-Joon, 59, has been a vocal critic of Blatter and considered challenging him in the recent presidency election and has aimed his latest barb in his memoirs My Challenge, My Enthusiasm released in Korea.

 “The mess, in which Mr Chibuzor Ugwoha put us, irrevocably has led to this. I make bold to say that the board was not involved in any corruption and I can say this for myself.”

Mr Benson Enikuomeyin, a former member of the board of the Niger Delta Development Commission, who was an active player in the crisis that led to its dissolution reacting to the incident. He claimed that the erstwhile Managing Director of NDDC, Mr. Chibuzor Ugwoha was responsible for the crisis that led to the dissolution of the board. Mr. Enikuomeyin who represented Ondo State in the dissolved board said he allegedly disregarded the advice of board members, thereby crippling the board which at the time of the dissolution was yet to articulate a working budget for the outgoing year.

 “I’m only making this statement because I’m being put out there as a liar and I am very embarrassed. I would like to confirm that the rumor about Swizz Beatz cheating on Mashonda with me is absolutely true. I would also like to confirm that the rumors about Swizz “sexting” me, even in his present marriage, are absolutely true. I am also confirming that I lost my cell phone and someone else posted all the stuff that you see on the internet.”

A statement from Christina Elizabeth, the young woman that was allegedly ‘sexting’ with Swizz Beatz, released on www.bossip.com where she confirmed that not only did Swizz cheat on his ex-wife Mashonda with her, he has also been sexting her while married to Alicia Keys.

“The novel with the said title was initially produced in 1958 (that is 17 years before [50] was born). [It is] listed as the most-read book in modern African literature, and won’t be sold for even £1bn.”

Chinua Achebe’s lawyer speaking to the Guardian UK about 50 Cent’s failed attempt to buy the naming rights for his new movie from legendary author, Chinua Achebe. The movie which was initially titled ‘Things Fall Apart‘ has since been renamed ‘All Things Fall Apart’.

 “We wish to alert the nation that Boko Haram and other threats to the security of the country are premeditated and designed to blackmail and undermine the authority of President Goodluck Jonathan administration.”

Albert Durojaiye Asipa, the South-West Coordinator of a Non-Governmental Organisation {NGO}, Transformation Agenda Forum, alleging that the emergence of the notorious Boko Haram was premeditated and designed to blackmail and undermine the authority of President Goodluck Jonathan.

“I think that because I am rich, handsome and a great player people are envious of me. I don’t have any other explanation.”

Real Madrid forward, Cristiano Ronaldo’s response when he was asked about the behaviour of the Dinamo fans, who gave him the kind of welcome he attracts every week in La Liga. The Portuguese was continuously booed during their Champions League game last Wednesday.

“The only relationship that exists between us now is daddy and mummy relationship to our daughter, that is the truth. Innocent is a fantastic father and I must give him kudos for that. He is crazy about all his kids.”

 Annie Macaulay, when asked if she’s still dating her baby daddy, Tuface Idibia.

“I was their ambassador, and while it lasted, we had a wonderful relationship and when it was time to renew the contract, both of us did not agree on the new terms. They said they were going to renew, but they were delaying and I was getting impatient because I needed to move on. But eventually when the contract came, I didn’t like the terms, and I made it clear. And there’s no way both of us can work because it is not by force.”

Highlife artiste, Sunny Neji telling a City People reporter why his Globacom endorsement deal wasn’t renewed.

“Yes, she comes to the house, but she has not returned. What happens is she comes to the house, because in our Yoruba tradition, she has the right to visit the father of her child or children and if there’s space or accommodation, she can stay briefly to see her children. She’s been coming to the house, but that doesn’t mean that she was coming to beg me, or me begging her. That chapter is closed for now.”

9ice denying reports that he and estranged wife Toni Paye had reconciled since she’s always seen at his home.

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