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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

VIDEO: Tyra Banks GIVES RAW EMOTION In New "I LOVE YOU" Short Film

Tyra Banks takes smizing to the next level in a Marcus Gaab-directed fashion short for the latest issue of "I LOVE YOU" Magazine. And she's reportedly releasing all her emotions from her big breakup with boyfriend John Utendahl. 

Watch Tyra Say "I Hate You" and "I Love You" with her eyes inside......

Rocking a gender-bending suit (e.g. Grace Jones/Annie Lennox) and flat-top hair with yolk-yellow eye shadow, Tyra Banks star in a new fashion short shot by Marcus Gaab.

Talking about Ms. Banks, Marcus said,

“I just told her to perform, do her thing and to stop when she felt like. But she didn’t stop, she kept on voguing. There was no rehearsal; she invented the whole thing while we were there.”
And seeing that John was spotted at a bar with another model 5 minutes after their breakup...no wonder she's got so many emotions.

Watch the Marcus Gaab film here:

Tyra Banks: Strike the Pose on Nowness.com.

Police Freed Dino Melaye & Other Activists Arrested During Abuja Protest Against Fuel Subsidy Removal

According to a report the blogger monitored on Rhythm 93.7fm, police earlier on Tuesday freed former member of the House of Representatives, Dino Melaye, and about 12 other protesters who were arrested on Monday during the Abuja fuel subsidy removal protest.

They were arrested while signing a register against the removal of the subsidy.

They were freed from the custody of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the FCT Police Command.

Melaye said they were kept along with suspected armed robbers, cultists and Boko Haram members. But he vowed to fight on with his last blood…

He said the Federal Government’s action would not deter them from continuing with street protests until the subsidy is restored.









PHOTOS: WEMA Bank Corporate Headquarters Gutted By FIRE

03 January 2011. A late afternoon fire has gutted the corporate headquarters of Wema Bank on 54 Marina, Lagos, forcing the bank to evacuate staff, eyewitnesses say.
Staff were seen scampering out of the complex after an alarm sounded that fire had gutted the building. The extent of damage to the building is not clear yet as firemen are still battling to contain the inferno.
It was however gathered that no life was lost, although some staff reportedly fell as they scampered to safety.

The bank’s spokesperson, Femi Adeniran, confirmed the incident. He said the fire started from the building’s generator house.

“Firemen moved in quickly, and we were able contain the situation,” he said. “I can confirm to you that danger has been averted.”

Mr. Adeniran however wouldn’t disclose the extent of damage to the building. “We have evacuated staff and we are still trying to ascertain the extent of damage,” he said. “We want to be sure it didn’t affect more than the generator house.”


RETROSPECT: Nollywood Stars Who Wanted President Goodluck in Power At All Cost (VIDEO)

That was sometimes last year 2010 just before the general elections. But could these Nollywood stars dare to bite the finger that once fed them even as the protests over fuel hike continue?



It would not be a bad at all idea if these Nollywood stars put together another move in the light of present day reality. Say titled, “OBODO NIGERIA: S-Square - Suffering & Smiling”…

If you missed the Nollywood story on President Jonathan endorsement, you can read it here.


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CNN's Lagos-Based Correspondent Christian Purefoy Resigns

CNN’s Lagos-based correspondent, Christian Purefoy has moved on from CNN. Purefoy revealed this in a tweet earlier today, "Dear all, i have now moved on from CNN -I'D like to thank everyone for the support over the last seven years! But this is not the end."

Before joining CNN full time, Purefoy was based in Lagos, Nigeria and worked as a freelance journalist writing for a variety of UK and US newspapers and publications including The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, San Francisco Chronicle and Newsweek.

He first joined up with CNN International in June 2002 as a producer at ‘Vivid Features’, an Africa-based production company, where he helped produce a number of CNN-commissioned projects.

Purefoy is British and studied International Politics and International History at Keele University.



Purefoy Tweeted he has moved on from CNN





CELEB TWEET SQUABBLE: I Regret Ever Voting for President Jonathan – DON JAZZY Tweeted… But Don Jazzy Was Replied

The removal of fuel subsidy or better put, the abysmal increase of fuel pump price as introduced by the Nigerian government is already giving birth to series of “beings” including this squabble between popular Nigerian music icon, Don Jazzy and EiE Nigeria (a Coalition of young Nigerians promoting good governance and citizen engagement) on twitter.

Earlier this afternoon, 03 January 2012, Don Jazzy tweeted his regret to have voted for the same government who is now treating its own people with highest level of insensitivity and disdain…”I hardly regret decisions i make. That my 1 vote added to put the current Govt in power is one decision i regret with all my heart.”
Don Jazzy Tweeted He Regretted Voting President Goodluck...
The Government is only good at deceiving Its own People...
EiE Nigeria replied Don Jazzy’s tweet by asking, @DONJAZZY Can you also boldly say that individual members of Mo'Hits haven't received money from the government?”
Did Mo'Hits Collect Money From The Govt?...
This was Don Jazzy’s Reply to EiE Nigeria, God knows that Govt has not given mohits a penny like i have always told you guys. and i am boldly putting out there for anybody to contest.
No We Didn't collect a dime from GEJ, God Is Our Witness
Huge mistake for voting GEJ?
…………….
***BONUS
Do you guys still remember D’Banj’s interview with President Goodluck Jonathan while another presidential debate which President GEJ shunned was on-going simultaneously?
Koko President?
Is it now boomeranging?...


PHOTOS NEWS: FUEL PRICE HIKE PROTESTS – Lagos & Ibadan AGOG With Protests

Policewoman talking to protesters calmly saying, "We are behind You"
Hundreds of Nigerians are marching in the commercial capital, Lagos, to protest at the removal of a fuel subsidy, which has led petrol prices to double.

They left from the headquarters of main trade unions, where the protest started from on Wednesday to decide on strike plans.

Bonfire on Ikorodu road, Onipanu

SuperScreen TV improvises to get Outside Broadcasting equipment 
Bonfire on Ikorodu road, Onipanu
Vehicles being diverted on Ikorodu Road
OANDO gets the first stroke

Protesters at empire

Femi Falana fully represented...


When Goodluck turned Badluck...





Occupying Ikorodu Road, Lagos...





From Ibadan…
Gov. Ajimobi signs the petition brought by Nigerian Youths
Gov. Ajimobi Addressing the Crowd 
Policewoman talking to protesters calmly at Ibadan
Blocking the speaker of the State House of Rep 



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