Thursday, October 30, 2008

Obama's assasinnation plots

According to the Associated Press, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, has identified two white supremacists who allegedly plotted to go on a national killing spree, shooting and decapitating black people and targeting Democratic presidential candidate Sen.Barack Obama.

Obama's overwhelming appeal to young voters has often been compared to the Kennedy brothers' mystique. And I think I speak for many voters who have been afraid to think, let alone say, the A word during this election year.

AP is reporting that two neo-Nazi skinheads – Daniel Cowart, 20, of Bells, Tenn., and Paul Schlesselman, 18, of Helena-West Helena, Ark. - who planned to kill 88 people, have been charged by federal authorities with possessing an unregistered firearm, conspiring to steal firearms from a federally licensed gun dealer, and threatening a candidate for president.
Both men are being held without bond. They had a rifle, a sawed-off shotgun and three pistols when they were arrested.

Jim Cavanaugh, special agent in charge of the Nashville field office for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives, told AP that authorities took the threats very seriously.
"They said that would be their last, final act — that they would attempt to kill Sen. Obama," Cavanaugh said. "They didn't believe they would be able to do it, but that they would get killed trying." adapted from LAtimes.

this is another one.

What is wrong with the violent people in this country?

This is so scary and sad.
How do you feel about this news?

Friday, October 24, 2008


In less than two weeks, history would be made in america, as you all know there are two historical party nominees, first one is Obama, barack, A forty eight year old mullato whose parents hail from kenya and USA. He was born in hawaii and made his way to senate house in chicago bla bla bla.. then chose an older guy to be his vice president Joe Biden.

the other guy his name is Mccain John, he was born in 1936 ( even my grandma calls him old) got into the army then into the house of senate in arizona bla bla bla and Chose a Woman to be his vice president, Sarah Palin

but now lets kinda talk about the women behind these men, cindy and michelle.

Michelle Robinson Obama.

January 17, 1964

she was executive director and now vice president of community and external affairs for the university of chicago medical center.

she got her bachelor's degree in sociology from princeton university (gbese, debt). she is also a graduate of Harvard law school (another gbese), where she received her juris doctor degree in 1988.

they got married in1992, and now have two daughters Malia, 1999 and Natasha, 2001.

Cindy Lou Hensley McCain.

May 20 1954.

she is the chair of hensley and Company, one of the largest Anheuser-Busch distributor in the nation. she has bachelor's degree in education and masters in secial education for the university of south california.

they got married in 1980 and have two sons and a daughter Meghan 1984, John 1986, James 1988 and an adopted fourth child Bridget from bangladesh in 1991.

Questions to ponder:

Now do you think they would change the colour of 1600 pennsylvania avenue if the minority nominee wins?

Do you think McCain combs his own hair?

Do you think the chewing gum would ever help Obama quit smoking?

Saturday, October 18, 2008


This weekend has being kind of boring for me and i am trying to force myself to read but i have just not sat down to focus yet. GOD HELP ME!!!

Ok i had this friend that went to naija to get married. she had been dating the guy for about four years and he never kissed her or even touched her body in a sexual way. I mean they hugged cuddled but no Bobbie touching or kissing (tough right?) but the lady is an accountant and the guy a therapist. This mi friend took 4 weeks off of work just for the wedding and spent two weeks planning for the wedding in Nigeria with the help of her mother, sister and cousins and the remaining two weeks alone. the wedding was a blast and she kissed her husband for the first time when they said "you may kiss the bride". and she said it was lovely. they left Nigeria the Monday after wedding and arrived Yankee on Tuesday morning, by Wednesday evening, the couple left they city of residence and traveled to Florida for the usual honey moon. she gave me permission to post this so i ain't infringing.
ok that night they got to Florida the husband told her he wanted to visit an adult store, but because she had never visited one before she went with him. when they got there, he got a book called kamasutra 365 and a deluxe pack of rain coats, she was thinking that "i know this guy would take it easy with me sha".
so they got to their hotel room, on Wednesday night and did not leave until Sunday morning, where she said the transformation of her life began. after he plucked the flower, he gave her like 2 hours to heal then it all began. she did not go into details but said by Saturday night they were on number 204, and she was too ashamed to open the door and give the cleaners the trash because it was practically filled with raincoats. she said that even when she was cooking, she wasn't spared. I WAS JUST LAUGHING , REAL HARD!!!!
The honey moon is over now but she said her life would never be the same again. and that she enjoyed every minute of it and wish it never ended. Wish them happy married life!!

the weather is getting cold and i hope people have started to wash their cold gears from last year o o. i hope it doesn't get too cold this year.

America is having the most historic election ever in it's history!! i urge pple that can vote to go vote so that they can make history. i used to lean to one person's side but now i am in the middle, even after the last debate which made a man a celebrity over night!! lol, i still cannot decide. I know God will prevail tho.

Hope you all have a great weekend and go to church or just dedicate sometime to God this weekend. peace

Friday, October 17, 2008

Behold Nigerians who live in Luxury! part one

NNA my people, ndo ewo. how una dey. i have been out for a very long time, i know. i was having midterms all this weeka dn it has not being easy but i thank God sha.

How una week dey? well apart from the test my week went very fast. i enjoyed it.
i saw this somewhere, and i tot i should post it.

Fati Asebelua
She is the creative director of Muses of Modern Origin (MOMO), a high-class fashion outfit based in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Fati, as she is simply called, came into the fashion industry a little over seven years ago. This woman with unmistakable exquisite taste is known for making eye-catching but sophisticated evening wear for women, and describes her style as "sporty glam look", adding that she designs for women with style that is "timeless, luxurious, and discerning".
A visit to either of her stores would convince you that this woman, who is the chairperson of glossy fashion magazine, Sleek, deserves a place in this list.

Dehinde Fernandez
He is Africa's gift to the world of class, high fashion and luxurious lifestyle. To begin to describe the way of life of this businessman, who is the Baron of Dudley, the Oluwo of Lagos, and the Garsan Fulani of Kano, is akin to writing a fairytale. However, the glamorous lifestyle of this Kano-based billionaire is there for all to see. From his beautiful yachts and jets, magnificent homes designed and built to suit his taste, there are indeed very few people who can match Fernandez's Èlan.

Otunba Subomi Balogun
By 1982 Otunba Subomi Balogun founded the First City Merchant Bank (FCMB). In moving with the times, after years of operating as a merchant bank, FCMB in January 2001, went into universal banking. The bank after re-engineering adopted a new name, First City Monument Bank. Born in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, he read law in England. But the philanthropist is better known for his trailblazing exploits in the financial sector. The life of the patriarch of the Balogun family is that of splendour. The Primrose tower head office of FCMB and some of its branch offices are architectural masterpieces. Otunba Balogun's private residences in Lagos and Ijebu-Ode, and his cars are a testament to the iconic status the renowned banker has achieved.

Alex Duduyemi
Chief Alex Duduyemi is a man a lot of young upwardly mobile guys look up to. His Ile-Ife mansion is a timeless architectural masterpiece, the same with his other homes across the globe. From his choice of clothes, his carriage and the cars he steps in and out from, it is easy to see why many regard him as a grand old man.

Aliko Dangote
He has been recognised by Forbes magazine as Nigeria's true billionaire. Alhaji Aliko Dangote has successful businesses that have made him stupendously rich. Though very much on the quiet side alongside his simple appearance, his palatial homes scream one word - luxury!

Chief Sunny Iwedika Odogwu
Ask us to define a lifestyle of luxury with two words, and we would say Sunny Dike Odogwu, the Ide Ahaba (Pillar of Asaba) has had decades of success in business spanning publishing, telecommunications, shipping and of recent, the hospitality industry.
Grand Hotel, Asaba, which is owned by this man of means, is rated among the very best in the country. These exploits have seen the Ide Ahaba, emerge as one of Africa's celebrated businessmen.

Chief Bayo Kuku
The Ogbeni-Oja of Ijebuland, Chief Bayo Kuku is one of the country's wealthiest men. He is not the flamboyant type, but the doyen of the Nigerian stock market is a man of high taste. His homes in Ijebu-Ode and Lagos are palatial. And for those who have been opportune to glimpse into Chief Kuku's Ikoyi residence at Old Warring Road, which has since been renamed after him as Bayo Kuku Road, would marvel at his taste. Chief Kuku has been around for decades, yet his wealth and energy haven't waned a bit. He can compete favourably with today's emerging billionaires.

Jim Ovia
The history of banking in Nigeria is incomplete without the mention of the Managing Director of Zenith Bank Plc, Mr. Jim Ovia. Ovia runs one of Nigeria's global brands. That he is a successful individual is stating the obvious, and with success comes his highflying lifestyle. Aside his love for exquisitely designed boats, Ovia lives in an eye-popping mansion - a testimony to his class. He is a member of the Lagos Boat Club.

Mike Adenuga
Billionaire businessman Otunba Mike Adenuga Jr., can't help but live a life of luxury. His homes and offices around the world speak volumes of the man, who is a major player in the African continent. Be it in oil and gas, telecom, banking, Adenuga is a force to reckon with. The helipad on the roof of Globacom headquarters is one example of how he lives in luxury; why get held up in the Lagos traffic jam when you can fly to your office? The Guru, as he is fondly called, must have asked himself before investing in the helipad.

Eyimofe And Dorothy Atake
Dr. Eyimofe Atake (SAN) and his pretty wife, Dorothy, make a lovely pair. Born in 1958, the learned gentleman did most of his schooling in England, where he obtained LL.M from the London School of Economics, a PhD from Darwin College, University of Cambridge, in 1987. He has over 20 years experience in legal profession having been called to the bar in Nigerian in 1983. Atake and Dorothy, who is also a lawyer, for many younger folks is a model couple. Their lifestyle is classy without being ostentatious.

Leo Stan Ekeh
Unarguably one of Nigeria's most distinguished personalities, Ekeh, though having interest in insurance, banking and manufacturing, is best known as the Chairman of Task Systems and Zinox Computers. The Imo State-born businessman's home has no rival when it comes to state-of-the-art IT equipment. This has made it possible for the entire Ekeh mansion to be controlled electronically.

Moses Ayum
He started out in Abuja with an upscale interior dÈcor outfit, Cherrywood. Now, this Benue State-born businessman is better known for his luxury hotels in highbrow areas. They include Bay Dorchester Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos; Edge Water Resorts, Cherrywoods and Kaduna Lodge in Lagos and Abuja. These hotels are for only those who can afford to pay for luxury.

Chief Razaq Akanni Okoya
Chief Razaq Okoya (CON) personifies the Nigerian dream; his story is that of from grass to grace. Chief Okoya is a business colossus; a man of means this Eleganza boss. Despite not being born rich, he is among Nigeria's most successful industrialists and has impeccable taste. His birthday parties and other family functions make the headlines in society magazines. Other ways to measure the level of luxury Okoya and his family lives is through his investment in properties in different parts of Lagos. Okoya's Oluwaninsola Estate at Lekki/Ajah Expressway, his Eleganza Gardens and Shopping Mall also in Ajah, all point to the fact that Okoya does nothing in half measures.

John Obayuwana
John Obayuwana is the brain behind Polo, Nigeria's number one designer wristwatch store. His clientele is made up of the highly sophisticated, those who appreciate what it means to own luxury brands.

Tony Elumelu
This United Bank for Africa (UBA) CEO needs little or no introduction. Many young men in business schools all over want to be like Tony Elumelu. His rise in the banking industry has shattered all records and stereotypes. Despite this, Elumelu has remained a simple guy; he probably wouldn't have made this list if his bank did not blaze the trail in luxury banking. Yes, the UBA Prestige bank is a luxury brand, strictly for those who have made it and can afford tailor-made banking services.

Andre Herrenschmidt
He is the General Manger of Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja. Since its over 20 years of doing business in Nigeria, the Hilton Hotel has catered for world leaders, captains of industry, celebrities and wealthy entrepreneurs.
It is a well-known fact that only the highly placed in the society enjoys the luxury of being a regular guest at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel.

Tajudeen Dantata
He is the Group Managing Director of Dantata Group of Companies. Though not one to show off, Dantata, a +2 handicap, loves the game of polo. And don't be deceived; this game is as energy-sapping as it is money-guzzling.

Chief Chris Ogunbanjo
Born in Erunwon, Ijebu-Ode, a lawyer and highly revered corporate player, Chief Chris Ogunbanjo, for many, epitomises nobility. The Olotu of Ijebuland is stupendously rich. He has over the years represented a lifestyle of panache and finesse. Many younger corporate players are emulating his lifestyle.

Adekunle Ojora
This 77-year-old magnate's investments in various companies add up to billions of naira. From his signature outfits to his automobiles, and his homes in different parts of the world, Otunba Adekunle Ojora, a Lagos aristocrat, is one man who has lived a life of luxury.

Chief Richard Akinjide
Be it in politics, business or the legal profession, Chief Richard Akinjide is a successful man, who had often been described as an Ibadan elite. Those who call Akinjide patriarch elite do so because of his trailblazing exploits, having represented Ibadan South East at the age of 27, and became a minister in his 30s. Akinjide's home in Jericho, Ibadan, is intimidating.

Willie and Nkiru Anumudu
This couple lights up the Lagos social scene. Nkiru is unarguably one of Nigeria's most fashionable women. She has a wealthy husband in Willie, who owns Globe Motors, to make sure she is constantly decked in clothes from major labels of the world. To say that Willie and Nkiru live a life of luxury is stating the obvious.

Tayo Ayeni
Want to buy a car that will make heads turn? Talk to Tayo Ayeni, but be armed with your cheque book, of course. He is one of the leading auto dealers in Nigeria. He is Chairman/CEO of Skymit Motors. Majority of the wonder-on-wheels you see in the country were bought from this man. Now, you understand why he is one of the kings of luxury.

Chief Molade Okoya-Thomas
Many over time have come to define success with the life of Chief Molade Okoya-Thomas. This Chairman of CFAO is a doyen of African business. Okoya-Thomas is also chairman of other companies with French origin. He is a recipient of the Chevalier De La Legion D'Honneur, the highest national honour given by the French to a foreigner. Though not on the flambouyant side, the CFAO chairman certainly lives a life of luxury.

Oba Otudeko
President, Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Oba Otudeko, is one of the wealthiest investors in Nigeria. An industrialist, he is chairman of Honeywell Group, which comprises eight companies with interest in flour milling, oil and gas, engineering, real estate and marine transport. Oba Otudeko, who is a role model to a large number of younger businessmen, can't help but live a life of luxury because he can afford it.

Tunde Folawiyo
He is the son of Alhaji Wahab Iyanda Folawiyo, the late Baba Adini of Nigeria. Though the younger Folawiyo lives his life far away from limelight, his lifestyle is very much similar to that of a prince.

Sunny Asemota
Chief Sunny Omoregie Asemota, chairman of Sunny Motors, belongs to the Lagos high society. A man of style and panache, he is not one to be associated with anything that has no class. Extremely wealthy, the Sunny Motors boss is one man those who hope to live a lifestyle of luxury must emulate. His homes, cars, wardrobes speak the language of luxury.

Otega Emerhor
Businessman and former banker, Otega Emerhor and his lovely wife, Rita, are one of the powerful couples in Lagos. They have all it takes to live a life of luxury.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008


yǒu yì shì wú jià

FRIEND SEARCH: Friend detector activated...
calibration complete,
now searching......still searching....
still searching......sorry, no friends found.

This is exactly how i have been feeling since i left Nigeria, i have not had any real friends that has stood the real test with me, they are either too selfish o they become too jealous when i try to help others too.

Ok let me describe myself a little, i like to go out of my way sometimes to help people no matter what it costs, most times i am always on the loosing end but it is ok as long as they are happy. I love to make friends with new people because i know knowledge, apart from God and bible , comes from people, so i try to be as friendly as i can be.
don't get me wrong i dont try to plaese everybody, because if i do i am offending God. I just try my best, i have had friends leave me because they have jealousy in them because"i am too kind".

Or wait maybe it is me that has the issues??? hmnmmn... but is it wrong to be nice?
or maybe it is because i am the type that likes to be told the truth all the time, even if my breath stinks: TELL ME!! and maybe i have being too harsh on some of them by telling them how i feel about something they just did and they not liking it.

I have had a friend that we have being very close since kindergaten and even though we are like five thousand two hundred and forty four plus miles away from each other we are still very close. i can call the person today and we would catch up on so many things, i have made friends also along my educational line that i have also added to my friends list and we all talk. i use the trees as a meaphor of me and my friends in nigeria, we can reach and communicate over a plot of land (issues) but we cant touch...hmnn

so now i am wondering is finding good friends in yankee that tough or is it just me?? everybody is all about themselves, money and only call you when they need your help.

sometimes i call people to just say hi and they think i need something from them, or they just want to end the call the moment they say hello. and trust me i am not a stalker because i dont like being turned down, so i can be friends with you for like weeks and not have your number because i want it to be mutual and not a right for me to have it.

ok let me give you some examples:

this girl, we worked together thru the semester, me helping her and vice versa. two weeks after the semester ended i just called to say hello and after like 2 rings it went to Vmail, and because i did not expect that i hung up and then dialed it again just to leave a Vmail, then her boifriend picked it up:

BF: hello

9jaot: hi can i be on to .....

BF: who is this?

9jaot: it is me ......

BF: she doesn't want to talk to you anymore (she was gigling in the back).

i just deleted her number str8, wat insult.

i have had so many like this that we work together thru the semester and after that they tell u not to call them again. WOW, such is life!!

but i have had one great american friend that we have been thru thick and thin and we are still friends till today, it is like pinky and the brain kind of friendship, one tall one short, one thin one fatty and so on LOL but it ends every semester and picks up the next. but right now we are no longer in the same school, the person even plans to come to my school, that is how close we are.

so many stories. even naija people are not very diferent, some want you just for sex and others for benefits. That is not what life is about, *sobs*

i just want a friend for me !!! is that too much to ask????

these are just my thoughts and i did not proofread at all, sorrry if it sounds weird or distorted ......

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

test ooo...

ok tomorow i have a test so i should be studying now but guess what!!!! yeah u got it right.

ok today i am looking forward to have a break from school this weekend and refresh my brain but guess what? i have so many assignments and so many stuff to do, i would just have to push my rest till later.

Now i am just typing as it comes to my head so bear with me. i heard that our great basketmouth just bought a house in the Victoris island district of Lagos, and it was reportedly worth one hundred million naira, after he got a globacom endorsement, when asked if it was true, he just cracked a joke and waived the question stylishly, smart uhhnn? i like him jare, i hope it is true because that ,means he has being "doing good" lol. i love his comedy shows and would go to one when i go to naija, the one i recently saw was this.

ok gat to go now, i still have studying to do.

thank you for stoping by y'all

Monday, October 6, 2008

the week..

Ok my week started good and i have been up all night trying to veiw blogs.....OMG there are so many naija blogs out there it is not even funny, so many gbeboruns(gossips) and so many to even categorize from the 18+ to the SU's, just too numerous. God dey.

Ok now over the weekend i have being throwing up and scratching all over my body because of a picture i saw on nairaland, it is a disgusting pix, i dont care if it was photoshoped or not, they should think of ajebutters like me when making things like this, i have being freaking out even when i think of it. i mean that is somebody's body.

School has being going on great and loving it too, hope you all scholars can say the same thing. Making you parents choose you career for you is so ninteen forties, dont let them make u unhappy because they are paying your fees, focus on you. please ehn.

a little info on me:

i like comedies,

i am the best cook ever ..... testimonies not bragging

i have a big stomach

i am a scholar, in school lol

my best movie is coming to america

my best song now is amazing grace,

my best naija song is e mara mma by saro wiwa and naeto c, i think i have played it 234,451 times.

best line .....hey hey.....giri giri giri giri wayo/ every man no be kanayo kanayo.....

I attended UNILAG for almost three years,

what else,

dont like american songs, maybe when they make sense to me,

they talk about hood and hustle, yeah right, naija is the main hustle, there is no food stamps or medicaid for poor pple and no house. i bet those guys will die in like a week of being in naija. SERIOUSLY!!

hmmn maybe i would put more when i think of it.

have a blessed week.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

hmnn.. serenity

I know i have been away for a while now, i was trying to gather information for my blog and also focus on school work.

As you have being reading from my other posts, i am really focused, by the grace of God, on the change of the health care system and mentality in Nigeria. so i have being looking into health journals and health reports from the people that have dispensability to the real facts about Nigerian health sector. I am still working on it and would still need to pray alot i know. Please pray for me as you remember.

one question: how many of you can name you Great grand father and mother?

The bible says that sins our fourth generation past fathers commited are what we are paying for now, so why dont we focus on making Nigeria a better place for people that might not even know our names but are in our line of generations, by doing the right thing , even while we can.

Exodus 34:7 maintaining love to thousands, and forgiving wickedness, rebellion and sin. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children and their children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation."

Numbers 14:18 'The LORD is slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin and rebellion. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation.'

But he also said,

2 Kings 10:30 The LORD said to Jehu, "Because you have done well in accomplishing what is right in my eyes and have done to the house of Ahab all I had in mind to do, your descendants will sit on the throne of Israel to the fourth generation."

Also i went to church today, after so long of watching it online because i was not sure of the church God wants me in, although i am still not sure, but thank God sha.

the sermon today was on Serenity prayer, which states:

God grant me the

serenity to accept the things I cannot change;

courage to change the things I can;


wisdom to know the difference.

This has being a prayer that i always over looked or just said it without thinking, but the sermon got me thinking today, it is a prayer every body really needs. I pray God reveals it to us all.

My week was ok. being really fatigued lately without doing anything, i have prayed about it and i know God will help me. hope all of you had a great week and have a blessed week ahead.