TM Lewin and Sons Ltd. Book International Flights for Less! Save up to £15◊ with Promo Code INTER15. Book Now!

Wednesday, 4 May 2016


We hope this is not another JJC love story for Funke!!!

The latest news making the rounds on the social media is that the popular Yoruba celebrity actress Funke Akindele has been wearing pyjamas in JJC’s house and she’s been cooking jollof rice for the sensational city playboy cum hip hop artiste’s children as well.

Whilst Funke has been trying so hard to keep their love affair a secret from the eyes of the public but JJC doesn’t seem to share that idea with her because he has been busy posting videos on snap chat that showed them in various romantic moods and especially one where his mother was praying fervently for the actress that she would bear fruit of the womb and give her good grandchildren of which Funke replied with a resounding AMEN!

We hope this is not the proverbial fry pan to fire though because Funke doesn't need anymore scandal in her life or else........fingers crossed and amebo mode fully activated!!.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016


Some viperous rumours have been making waves on social media that the legendary afro beats juju musician King Sunny Ade is dead.

Well, relax your nerves because King Sunny Ade is still very much with us. He is healthy and in a sound spirit. He is very much alive and with us!


Saturday, 30 April 2016

PHOTOS: K1 Explodes At Industry Nite!

It was an array of stars, celebrities and dignitaries last night as the entertainment industry was well represented and came out for the "Oluaye Fuji" King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal who unveiled his new album Tittled "Let the music flow" .

The event which started at about 11pm had artistes like Vector, Adekunle GOLD, Que Pella, OLAWALE ,Shola Allyson QDOT,9ICE and a host of other artiste perform before the "celebrant" himself took the stage till about 5am this morning.

Other Notable celebrities present were The CEO of Koga Entertainment, PuffyT, Oba Elegushi, Dr Lanre Atorise Teriba, Mayorkun of the new Hkn, Shine Pella of quillox, Nozzle, Bankulli, Dj Nana, Dj Kenturlky to mention a few

1-K1 is an energetic performer who can match up with any international artiste as he was on stage performing live for about 4 hours. He challenge the new generation artiste to put in more work into their craft.

2- He is an INLAW to the Oba Elegushi of Lagos

3-His about to be release album "Let the music flow" is a 14 track album

4- He believes Olawale; winner of mtn projectfame season 6 is the future of new school Fuji as he took him round introducing him to dignitaries and guests

7- K1's nickname is "Whiskey"

8- He is a politician but would never contest for any public office

9- He is a fan of Adekunle Gold.

10-He wants Nigerians to start celebrating and promoting home made artistes and songs, pushing them out to foreign countries instead of celebrating and imbibing foreign vibes from songs and culture of foreign music.

Koga Entertainmenty

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Badeh bought N320m Abuja house for 28-year old son!

Nothing bad in that except that the money was stolen!!

A Federal High Court in Abuja heard Wednesday how former Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh allegedly deployed public funds to acquire N320million house in Abuja for his 28-year old last son, Kam.

A retired Air Commodore, Aliyu Yishau, who said he served as former Director of Finance and Account of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) while Badeh was the Chief of Air Staff (between September 2012 and December 2013), made this disclosure at the resumption of proceedings in the trial of Badeh and a firm, Iyalikam Nigeria Limited.

Badeh and the firm were arraigned on March 7 this year on a 10-count charge of breach of trust and corruption for allegedly diverting about N3.97bn from NAF’s account.

Yishau, the first prosecution witness, who was cross-examined by Badeh’s lawyer, Akin Olujinmi (SAN), said the N320m house was the second of such property acquired in Wuse 2, Abuja by the former Chief of Defence Staff for his children.

He said the first located at No: 19 Kumasi Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja was bought for Badeh’s first son, Alex Badeh (Jnr) at N260m, with N60m spent to renovate it, while N90m was expended in furnishing the property.

Yishau said the second house, which was bought at N320m for Badeh’s last son is located adjacent to the one bought for Badeh’s first son.

When asked how he came about the information, the witness said he paid for the houses from the N558.2m taken monthly by Badeh from NAF’s funds.

He said once he converted the N558.2m to United States dollars and takes it to Badeh in his house, the ex-Chief of Defence Staff will direct him to make payment from it.

The witness said whenever Badeh directed him to make payments, he always takes the cash from Badeh’s house to his (witness’) house, from where he hands the cash to one Engineer Husseini Salau.

“I collected the money from the 1st defendant’s (Badeh’s) resident. I take it to my house and ask them to come and collect it. I took the money to his house and he asked me to remove the equivalent of N260m to pay for the house. I deducted the N260m equivalent from the normal monthly N558.2m I take to him.

“He (the 1st defendant always authorises the deduction for payment whenever I take the monthly money to him. I did not give the house renovation job to Engr Salau. I paid N60m for the renovation of the house based on the instruction of my boss, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh,” the witness said.

He said he could not recall how many times he paid the money for the renovation. But admitted that the money was not paid at once.

The witness said he was not aware that Alex Badeh jr was just a tenant in the property at No: 19 Kumasi Crescent and that he did not see the tenancy agreement between Engr. Salau and Alex Badeh jr.

He admitted earlier telling the court, in his evidence-in-chief, that Engr. Salau and Alex Badeh jr located the house at No 19 Kumasie Crescent, Wuse 2.

He said it will not be correct to say Engr. Salau marketed the house to him.

He confirmed that he paid N90m for furniture for the house.

On how he made payment for the furniture at No:19 Kumasi Crescent, the witness said “When I received instruction from my boss, I directed my office at the Nigerian Air Force headquarters to liaise with Alex Badeh jr and effect the payment of the N90m.”

On whether it was right for him to have made the payments, Yishau said he was acting on instructions from his boss.

“In my statement to the EFCC, I said the 1st defendant has two properties in Wuse 2 that cost N260m and N320m. The house that cost N320m is the house adjacent to No 19 Kumasi Crescent, which was purchased from Honourable Bature.

“That was the one purchased for the last son of the 1st defendant, by name Kam. I cannot remember the address, but can identify it,” the witness said.

On whether he is a certified accountant, the witness said he worked as an Accountant for the Air Force for 25 years, but that he is not a certified Accountant.

Further hearing in the case has been adjourned to May 9 at 11 am.


This is ok in law, the courtroom is not for such.

Danladi Umar, chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), has ordered security operatives attached to Senate President Bukola Saraki to leave the courtroom.

Umar made this order shortly after counsel of the prosecution, Rotimi Jacobs (SAN), and counsel to the defence, Kanu Agabi, announced their appearances.

The CCT judge said that his order was for the safety of all those that were present at the tribunal.

“We have observed that some armed security agents are at the tribunal. We want such security men to stay outside,” he said.

“They should stay outside of the court hall not inside. It is for the protection of us here.”