Wednesday, September 21, 2016

SHAM! Vultures Promote Asset Sale Plot - By David O. Kuranga

Crony capitalist and corrupt vultures have begun to circle around the Elitist-serving Nigerian Federal Government under President Buhari. 

Their goal is to convince the administration that the only way for Nigeria to emerge from its current recession is to sell-off its oil assets to them and their foreign business partners and financiers. 

They argue that since the government does not have enough to fund its current budget and stabilize its currency, that it should permanently sell all its oil assets to “investors”, and use the proceeds and foreign exchange to finance its budget shortfall and stabilize the national currency. 

The vultures involved in the plot include top business leaders and lawmakers in Nigeria. The idea that these predatory politicians and crony capitalists are promoting is reminiscent of how Jacob convinced his brother Esau to sell his birthright for a bowl of soup by taking advantage of him at a vulnerable moment when he was starving.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - 231 ($15M Found In Patience Jonathan’s Acct; Zuma: Stop Calling Me A Thief)

This week on Keeping It Real, Nigerian former first lady Patience Jonathan sues the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, for freezing her $15 million account.

In South Africa, President Jacob Zuma says he is being abused by lawmakers who also call him a thief.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 230 (Police Ban Bring Back Our Girls Protesters; Dangers Of FGM)

This week on Keeping It Real, Nigerian police bans the Bring Back Our Girls protesters.

Adeola also discusses the dangers of Female Genital Mutilations, which is still prominent in 28 African countries.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 229 (How & Why Nigeria Must Be Restructured!)

This week on Keeping It Real, Adeola explains why Nigeria needs to be restructured and how it should be done. 

Some people want Nigeria to break up into four countries. Find out the two sides of the argument.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 228 (Man Arrested For Naming His Dog "Buhari")

This week on Keeping It Real, a Nigerian man was arrested after his neighbor reported him to the police for naming his dog Buhari.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 227 (Military Brutality In Nigeria; Ethiopia Kills 500 Protesters)

This week on Keeping It Real, some Nigerian soldiers pluck out the right eye of a road safety official, who tried to stop them from beating a civilian.

Find out what is wrong with how Nigerian soldiers are trained, which makes them harass civilians.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

VIDEO, PICTURES: 17 Yeas Later, Ogbomosho - Oyo Road Still Uncompleted Despite N47.5 Billion Contract


Below are pictures and video of Ogbomosho-Oyo road, which is very dilapidated. This road has been under construction since Obasanjo's regime. In 1994, the Ibadan-Ilorin road was awarded to AIC Limited for

Nigerian embassy in Ukraine, CBN, GTB, neglect Nigerians in Georgia

By Okeleye Solomon A
Recently, Commercial banks in Nigeria restricted the accounts of their customers and they told us they are acting on the directives of the CBN that all customers must have BVN (Bank Verification number) however, they did not provide us with an enrollment centre here in Georgia (Europe).

How I was robbed at Lagos State teaching Hospital Ikeja (LASUTH)

By Adeola Ajayi 

My Dad is on admission and was taken to the theatre for emergency attention around 10:30pm‎ on 29th June, 2016 and we returned to male surgical Ward B around 1:15a:m the following morning(30th, June,2016), but he was taken to another room ( 2rooms away from the private room) within the same ward for observation.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 226 (How Deforestation Is Destroying Nigeria, Africa; Cameroon's President To Distribute 500,000 Laptops)

This week on Keeping It Real, Adeola explains how deforestation is causing erosion, loss of species, harsh weather, and much more in Nigeria, as well as some other African countries.

In Cameroon, President Paul Biya has announced his intention to buy 500,000 laptops for university students. Find out why some are excited and why some are skeptical of this move.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 225 ($1.5B Budget Padding: Nigerian Lawmaker Says Not A Crime)

This week on Keeping It Real, Nigerian football team beat all odds to win their first match at the Olympics.

Find out why a popular Nigerian Catholic priest, a supporter of President Buhari, says no one would vote for him in 2019. 

Sunday, August 7, 2016

PICTURES: Best and worst outfits at Rio Olympics 2016 opening ceremony

My number one choice for best dressed at the Olympics opening ceremony is the Senegalese men's outfit; they looked royal. Their women's outfit though, not feeling it! Then I absolutely love Mali's men and women's outfits. You see them and there's no doubt they're African. They absolutely represent! Shout-out to Cameroon and Ghana for those beautiful colors! Essence Magazine actually voted Cameroon as the best dressed country! 

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 224 (How Nigeria’s Budget Was Padded By $1.5B)

This week on Keeping It Real, find out how Nigeria’s national budget was padded by $1.5 billion.

In Ogun State, a Pastor chained his son for more than a month, accusing him of being possessed by the spirit of stealing. Adeola also addressed child abuse in Churches across Africa.

Friday, July 29, 2016

A letter to the Elders of South Sudan - By Godfrey Lado

A letter to the Elders
What will and can you tell us children?

A lot to explain and little time to explain it…
What will and can you tell us children about our fight for freedom? Extended again,

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 223 (Unpaid Salaries: 1,300 Nigerians Dead; 50,000 Killed In S. Sudan)

This week on KIRWA, more than 1,300 Nigerians have died due to unpaid salaries and pensions. 

Also, Adeola visits the Nigerian embassy in New York, where workers have not been paid in months. Meanwhile, customers now wait outside to renew passports because the embassy is not able to repair its air conditioners, the only source of air, especially during the current heatwave, since the windows cannot be opened.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Nigerian embassy in New York broke, unable to pay salaries or fix air conditioner (PICTURES)

Unable to bear the heat, customers stay outside for fresh air
The Nigerian Embassy in New York has fallen on bad times. For months, workers have not been paid. Neither is the embassy able to repair its air conditioners, the only source of air since the windows of the magnificent glass house cannot be opened. Visitors now wait outside the building while their passports are being processed!

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 222 (Dino Melaye vs Tinubu, Gambia Bans Child Marriage)

This week on KIRWA, Nigerian workers continue to face hardship due  to several months of unpaid salaries. Meanwhile, senate leaders are trying to amend the constitution to grant themselves immunity and life pension. 

Also, did a Nigerian male senator threaten to beat up and impregnate a female senator at the chambers? Find out in this episode.

Friday, July 15, 2016

PICTURES: So proud of this Nigerian family who have 5 girls, all of them lawyers!

Meet the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission, Dr. Uja Tor Uja and his wife of over 35 years.
Also, meet their five beautiful children, all girls, all lawyers. The youngest was recently called to the Nigerian Bar.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola -221 (₦2.5B In Ex-minister's Housemaid Account? Police Brutality In U.S)

This week on KIRWA, Lagos State bans street hawking without putting any measures in place for the hawkers.

In Zimbabwe, police beat up protesters for taking a stand against President Mugabe's 35-year rule. However, these protesters are not giving up.

PICTURES: Water shortage in Kano forces residents to endure sleepless nights

 According to one resident who recently sent me an email, people lay awake from 1am-5am to fill their jerricans, because lately that is when water starts running. But this is a luxury,

Update on the scandal at Federal Medical Center Bida: A call for justice! Stop joking with lives

On the 5th of June 2016, I published an article regarding the decay in the federal medical centre here in Bida, Niger. In that article, I explained why the management should be brought to book for the careless loss of human lives there. I am sure most of you must have it.  READ HERE

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

VIDEO: Power Holding Company of Nigeria aka NEPA office buys power generator!

This is definitely a huge shame on Nigeria, when the company responsible for generating electricity is seen buying power generator. If PHCN is buying generator to power their office, why would anyone believe the government is working on providing us with stable electricity? Seriously, e get as e be! This is the PHCN headquarters in Benin. VIDEO below:

When your life is worth nothing at the Federal Medical Center Bida (FMCB)

I am a Doctor in the federal medical Center Bida and it is high time someone spoke up about how healthcare is over here. Bida is a local government in Niger state, Nigeria. As Doctors in FMCB, our hands have literally been tied, our lips sealed shut while decay rules the day.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

British woman under fire for rubbishing Africa after visit to Zambia

Louise Linton spent some time in Zambia and decided to publish a book about her experience. Unfortunately for her, it's a small world where everyone has access to the internet, including those in the "dense jungle of Africa" as she describes it. An excerpt of her book recently published by the Guardian (See below) is causing serious backlash from Zambians and other Africans who are offended by her choice of words, the white supremacy tone, the incoherencies and blatant lies. Below is a video of Zambia, the excerpt from her book, and reactions to her book.

Friday, July 1, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola -Episode 220 (29 Multibillion Naira Properties Seized From 3 Ex-Air Force Chiefs)

This week on KIRWA, the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria published 100 big men and women owing N953 billion Naira.

In Kenya, secondary school students burn down seven hostels/dormitories, because the school refused to allow them to watch an European soccer game.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 219 (Workers Dying As Nigerian Governors Refuse To Pay Salaries)

This week on KIRWA, 27 States in Nigeria are owing several months of salaries, and workers as well as pensioners are dying.

Also, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) freezes the account of Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose. The governor hits back at the presidency by accusing the first lady of money laundering.

PICTURE: Malaysians refuse to rent out homes to Africans

A group representing the management corporation of Waja Apartments in Taman Tun Perak, Malaysia have protested renting houses to Africans in Malaysia. Carrying a banner with the words: “Say No To African People,” they urged all home owners, unit owners, and property agents to desist from renting or selling houses to people of African decent.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

VIDEO: President of Equatorial Guinea appoints son as Vice-President!

The President of Equatorial Guinea has appointed his son as his Vice-President! Meet Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, the free spending son of the President. 

In this old video (around 1998), he was shopping in Paris. They literally close down stores when he shops, so they can attend to him alone.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

VIDEO: Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 218 (Obama Owns $5M House, Nig. Ex-Oil Minister Owns $18M House)

This week on Keeping It Real, Nigerian former Petroleum Minister Diezani Madueke, justifies owning an $18 million house in Abuja, and jewelries worth £2 million.

Also, find out why hijab and choir robes are causing drama at public schools in Osun State of Nigeria.

In Ghana, heavy rainfalls left ten people dead. Meanwhile, some justify the flood by comparing it with the Paris flood.