Honourable Obiahagbon, Rev Jide Macaulay and Jim Iyke speak in this week’s Soundbites!

Compiled by ‘Ifreke Inyang

Who said what last week?

 “The invitation to the Celestial Lodge of the Soul Personality of the irrefrangible and sui ge.neris Ikemba himself-Dim Odimegwu Ojukwu-brings again to focal hiceps and biceps the ephemerality of life.” -Senator Patrick Obiahagbon.

“I will not disrespect you by lying about the fact that I do get into one or two brushes with people here and there. I will not give any excuse that I have never been that kind of person. I am taking an anger management session now; it was advised not only by my fiancée, but also by my agent. It is a very interesting session for my well-being. One thing about our society is that we have not accepted celebrities with their whims and caprices. An actor is allowed to be eccentric. There is a thin line between the person you see on stage and the real actor. A lot of people do not understand that. I’m not perfect and I’m taking steps to deal with my imperfections”

Actor, Jim Iyke confirms he’s attending anger management classes. He released a statement via his publicists.

 

 

“I think we did well. It is hard when you lose a goal straight away in a match and it took us a bit of a while to get our rhythm going again, but once we did we played really well. We didn’t deserve what happened tonight, but football can be like that. If we had had just a few minutes after we had scored the second goal, I think we would have been okay, but it was too early to lose that second goal.”

Alex Ferguson, coach of Manchester United, reacting to his side’s shock 2-2 draw with Benfica at home last week. The result leaves their qualification for the next stage of the the Champions League in the balance.

 

“The invitation to the Celestial Lodge of the Soul Personality of the irrefrangible and sui ge.neris Ikemba himself-Dim Odimegwu Ojukwu-brings again to focal hiceps and biceps the ephemerality of life. Beyond the state of lachrymoseism his celestial ascension has and would continue to righteously bestow, I do hope however, that we take immutable cognition of the fact that the fundamental issues which Ikemba confronted has now even coagulated and ossified into gorgon medusa.”

Senator Patrick Obiahagbon’s reaction to the death of late Biafran leader, Odimegwu Ojukwu, who died last week in a London hospital.

 

 

“It’s not about being afraid to be public with your emotions or about who you are and what you stand for. But if you sell it off it’s gone.  You can’t buy it back – you can’t buy your privacy back. Ooh I want to be alone. F*** you. We’ve been in your living room. We were at your birth. You filmed it for us and showed us the placenta and now you want some privacy? Look at the Kardashians, they’re worth millions. I don’t think they were that badly off to begin with but now look at them. You see that and you think ‘what, you mean all I have to do is behave like a f***ing idiot on television and then you’ll pay me millions. I’m not judging it – well, I am obviously.”

Excerpts of Bond 007 leading man, Daniel Craig’s interview for the January edition of GQ magazine. Craig, who managed to keep his marriage to Rachel Weisz under wraps in the summer, told the magazine: ‘I think there’s a lot to be said for keeping your own counsel.

 

“My Church is a voice of the younger generation of citizens, activists, and diaspora, and our collective belief in a more progressive Nigeria. They are afraid of our growing influence as we gather allies not just from the West, a people that are not afraid but powerful and resilient. Right now, they are spreading their tentacles to every village, town and city around the world”. The Church is also calling on faithful and dedicated local leaders who believe in homosexuality and lesbianism. Ten House Of Rainbow Fellowship local leaders are in Ghana, Nigeria, UK, Burundi, and Lesotho.”

Reverend Jide Macaulay’s reaction to the passing of the anti-gay bill by the Nigerian Senate. Macaulay has relocated abroad where he is presently running his gay church, House Of Rainbow Fellowship, after a backlash in Lagos.

 

“As you’re looking at me now, do I look like someone who has undergone plastic surgery? All I have said about plastic surgery is that it’s not a sin. If you can afford it, go for it. That’s just my own impression about it. I thank God you knew me before now, I believe you should be able to differentiate between my face then and now.”

Nollywood actress, Rukky Sanda, denying stories that she had undergone plastic surgery.

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  1. Lmao at that Patrick Obiahagon guy…!!!

cool good eh love2 cute confused notgood numb disgusting fail