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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Uncertainty Forces Dangote, Otedola , Samda, Adenuga and Others To Abstain From President Jonathan's Re Election Fund Raising.

Money men with government patronage as claim to fame have started entertaining great caution.

Sources attribute this development to claims that the political horizon is unclear and nobody wants to be caught on the losing side.

Guests pushed, Shoved At G.T Bank's 'Biggest & Baddest' End Of The Year Party, AS M.D Segun Agbaje Danced His Heart Out.

 For guests - made up of invited customers and related public - at the end of the year party of financial institution, G.T Bank - it was a mixed blessings.

Many experienced wanton shoving and pushing despite adorning the entry pass.

Monday, December 8, 2014

Gbenga Ashafa's Return Bid Troubled As Delegates Demand N150M To Vote For Him Despite Being Sole Candidate!

Senator Gbenga Ashafa’s plan to return back to the Senate suffered a setback on Monday as 3,000 delegates who were supposed to return him unopposed demanded N150 million to vote.

Ben Peters, Aiteo Consortium In Trouble Over Difficulty Perfecting $2.7b Payment For Shell's OML 29

Money man, Ben Peters and his Aiteo Consortium are in a very tight spot.

Here are details of the development threatening their operation and causing them great concern.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

President Goodluck Jonathan Lambasts Jide Omokore, Walks Him Out Of Aso Rock!

Oil Baron, Jide Omokore just suffered a major humiliation in the corridor of power.

He was lambasted and walked out of Presidential abode by President Goodluck Jonathan.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Growing Agitation Over Inec Boss, Attahiru Jega's Plan To Print Election Materials Abroad!

There is a growing agitation in the corridors of power and beyond.

And this development centers around attempts by boss of electoral umpire, Ince - Alhaji Attahiru Jega to print materials for the upcoming general elections abroad, against the backdrop of stifling economic downtown and proven records of successfully staging elections with locally made materials.