from @alibabagcfr - what is not good, is very very bad... this is exactly what happened with the police college. remember when channels blew open the story? that was when president gej knew what was happening. meanwhile they will report all is well. recall that during campaigns the foot soldiers of the president told him their constituents were all for gej and pdp? only for the same foot soldiers themselves, to go & contest & consummately lose woefully. how about the relief materials that were sent to calabar? did we not see senator florence ita giwa on television raising an alarm when they were diverted? this is why we are where we are? people will mark up prices just so they can chop from a project. and even after that chopping, they will still not complete the project. many will ask for 60% upfront mobilization. go to site you will see 30% completion. because the insiders have collected 50% of that mobilization. so the contractor would now start trying to borrow to get the contract rolling. and might have to abandoned it when he is cash strapped. meanwhile the people who collected the egunje are the once to make sure he completes the job. they will now tell him to apply for 20% of the balance... chances are that the insiders will take another 5%. that job may just be abandoned last last. shebi some politician got 400m to run press activities for gej... after the election the money was still intact in his account. i bet if n100 was given towards this food per child, only 10% will get to that child. that's why it's tithe, sorry tight. i recall getting a call to say things have changed o! they can't pay me the amount i used to charge the previous govt. after we agreed, the crook asked me to bring invoice of twice the amount i charged previous govt. that's how i fell out of favour. but water wey person go drink no go pass am. go and check well, they would have quoted price of n100 agege bread. thieves! after they will be wondering how and why they have incurable illnesses. one person is driving a gwagon with these windfall from the a meal a day. the accident waiting for that person... jamb is one other eye opener. no need to go to neco. @tolu_peters
My husband seeks his father’s permission before intercourse: wife
a 22-year-old housewife, rashidat adewuyi, told an idi-ogungun customary court in ibadan on friday that her father-in-law slept on the same bed with her and her husband whenever he visited them.
rashidat made the statement on friday when she testified in a divorce petition filed by her husband, lukman adewuyi.
she said her marriage of two years with lukman had been characterised by agony and regrets due to interference by her father-in-law, who never allowed her to have free access to her husband.
according to rashidat, her husband always takes permission from his father on every issue between her and her husband. “even he seeks his father’s permission before intercourse and my father-in-law always sleeps on the same bed with me and my husband whenever he visits. “i used to dress or change my pants in the bathroom because my father-in-law would not leave our one-room apartment whenever i wanted to dress up,’’ she said.
rashidat further said that her father-in-law instigated her husband to file the petition so as to have total control over him.
she urged the court to grant the prayer of the petitioner but that he be given responsibility to maintain the only child of the relationship.
earlier, lukman had pleaded with the court to dissolve the marriage on the ground that the respondent wanted to stab him to death.
he said his wife was in the habit of cursing him and threatening to k**l him whenever they had a quarrel. “there was a particular night that she brought out a knife and wanted to stab me because another woman called my cell phone number. “it took the intervention of my landlord before she agreed not to stab me and such incident made me to file a divorce suit,” adewuyi said.
the president of the court, chief mukaila balogun, and the court assessors, aare samotu and ganiyu alao, made efforts to prevail on the couple to resolve the matter amicably but failed.
the court, thereafter, ordered the dissolution of the marriage as the parties wished.
Some of the happy faces last year! please, help us tell the world that ibadan is more than 'the city of brown roofs'! if you love ibadan, help us repost this...let's brand the city together...the revolution has begun...#ibtotheworld @ibadancountdownfestival