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More Dental Floss Than Bikini! Courtney Stodden Flaunts Body In G-String!

COURTNEY STODDEN'S latest beachwear choice was so tiny it was basically dental floss- Daily Star Report. The uber-tanned former Celebrity Big Brother housemate hit the Californian sands in a black bikini that showed off nearly every inch of skin.
Outrageously confident with her body, the 19-year-old frequently challenges herself on ways in which she can flaunt more flesh than the previous day. And yesterday, the human Barbie exposed her glamour model physique during a game of badminton at the beach in Los Angeles. Batting against a young male companion – notably more youthful than her 53-year-old ex, the brunette babe squeezed her surgically-enhanced chest into a spaghetti strap halter-neck top. While the petite triangle design on her lower half barely protected her modesty, somewhat too small to do its job in covering her lady area. The back view was equally uncovered in the teeny weeny G-string. Snapped from behind, the American beauty's booty was on full show as she high-fi…

Atiku: Why I Refused To Contest Against Obasanjo In 2003.

Former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar Thursday spoke for the first time on why he declined to heed the plea to run against former President Olusegun Obasanjo during the 2003 presidential, the Oyo State Capital, election. Atiku, who was responding to remarks from one of the participants in Ibadan during the South-west zonal consultative meeting with his political associates on the offer by All Progressives Congress (APC) to join the party, said he refused to contest against Obasanjo, to whom he was deputy then, on moral ground. He faulted claims that his best chance to have emerged as the president was in 2003 when stakeholders in the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) egged him on to contest against his former principal. Doing so then, he added, would be going against the position the PDP had earlier taken at a caucus meeting to retain the presidency in the South. He said his ambition, and indeed that of any politician, could not be realised in negation and commitment to party dec…

Tension In Imo Assembly Over Forced Defection To APC!

Crisis is brewing in Imo state House of Assembly over an order compelling
members to defect with Gov. Rochas Okorocha to the All Progressive
Congress (APC) to do so or suffer for it. According to majority of the lawmakers boycotted the  sitting of the House yesterday after observing a month holiday.  A top staff of the Assembly who spoke on the condition of anonymity to our source hinted that the lawmakers who managed to find their way to the Assembly resorted to having meetings in their offices depending on the
group one belongs to, before they later drove away.  The order to defect to the APC, alleged to be ‘from above’, is said to have thrown the Assembly into three camps; those for the PDP, APGA and
others who have join Gov. Rochas Okorocha to the APC. The six lawmakers who belong to APGA are Hon. Victor Ndunagu (Mbaitoli), Hon. Dan Ikpeazu (Owerri North),
Hon. Eudora Obiageli Igwe (Ideato North); Hon. Victor Mere (Owerri
Municipal) and Hon. Chino Obioha (Njaba…

Nigerian Courts Suspend Trial Of Gays!

Two Islamic courts in Bauchi, northern Nigeria have been forced to suspend the trials of 10 men accused of homosexuality because of fears of mob violence, judges and officials have said. An angry crowd last week pelted stones at seven men suspected of breaking Islamic law banning homosexuality after their hearing was adjourned at the Unguwar Jaki Upper Sharia Court in Bauchi. Police were forced to use teargas and fire shots in the air to disperse the mob, who were demanding summary trial and execution for the defendants. The seven had been due to reappear before the same court on Tuesday. But registrar Isa Bununu told AFP: “We can’t continue with the trial in view of the security breach we had during the last court session. “The court will have to suspend the trial pending the review of the security situation with relevant authorities to avoid a repeat of the mob action we saw last week.” Nigeria banned same-sex marriage and civil unions earlier this month in a move that won widespre…

Kanye West Probably Furious After His Face Mystically Appears On Unsuspecting Woman’s Knee!

Kanye West is probably furious after his incredibly distinguished face miraculously appeared on a woman’s knee. The strong jaw line, combined with the dead pan expression, means this face can only belong to the main man himself. The rapper is fiercely protective of the Kanye West brand and we’re guessing he won’t take kindly to the blatant rip-off. And although the mystery woman appears to be oblivious to her crimes against humanity, Yeezus’ camp is probably tracking her down right this second. Earlier this month Kanye, renown for his non-existent sense of humour, successfully put an end to a new digital currency named Coinye. Don’t cross Kanye, folks.

Kanye West’s jaw line is almost as defined as Brad’s (Picture: Getty)


Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito have had their guilty verdicts for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher reinstated by judges in Florence. Neither American Knox, 26, nor Sollecito, 29, an Italian national, were in the courtroom to hear the verdict, though members of Miss Kercher's family were at the hearing. This is the third time the pair have been tried for the killing of Miss Kercher, who died in Perugia in 2007. Originally convicted in 2009 and sentenced to 50 years in jail, a retrial cleared Knox and Sollecito in 2011, however an appeal for a retrial was granted early last year, leading to Thursday's reinstatement of the guilty verdicts. As A USA Today editorial points out, the trials of Knox have made headlines around the globe, with the student often portrayed "both as a she-devil bent on sexual adventure and as a naif caught up in Italy's Byzantine justice system." Drug dealer Rudy Guede is already serving a 16-year sentence over Miss Kercher…

PDP Plots Security Ambush For 11 Defecting Senators!

SHAKEN by the gale of defections from its camp to the All Progressives Congress (APC), the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is plotting to declare the seats of defecting senators vacant. Eleven senators left the PDP for the APC yesterday, raising the number of APC senators to 43. PDP senators are now 63. The PDP was said to be mounting pressure on Senate President David Mark to declare the defecting senators’ seats vacant and leave their fate to the court to determine. The plot, it was learnt, is to declare the senators’ seats vacant after which security agencies will be mandated to prevent the senators from entering the National Assembly, until a court makes a pronouncement on their fate. But, it was gathered that Mark, who is seen by many as “a defender of democracy” since 2010, declined to join the plot. The PDP Caucus in the Senate was meeting at Mark’s Abuja residence last night on how to handle what a source described as “the APC menace”. The PDP wants a similar pattern for…

House Rejects Alteration Of President's Impeachment Process!

Provisions of Section 143 of the Constitution of the 1999 constitution considered to be  ambiguous in the process of removing a sitting president and vice president didn't sail through the voting process at the House of Representatives Thursday. Apart from this section,  all other aspects of the amendment were carried when the voting was through. These aspects are those on legislative powers, right of attendance of the president to joint meetings of the National Assembly, tenure of legislators, authorisation of expenditure from consolidated revenue fund and powers as to matters of evidence among others. Section 143 is  among the 19 issues upon which the House at plenary voted. The clause on the section suffered a big defeat when the 172 votes it garnered fell short of the two-third majority (240 votes) required for the alteration to have passed. 122 legislators voted in favour of the alteration, while 3 abstained.

11 Senators Dump PDP For APC!

11 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Senators on Wednesday formally tendered their letter of defection to the All Progressive Congress (APC) to the Senate President, David Mark. Mark did not read the much awaited defection letter on the floor of the upper chamber.
Although 16 names of Senators are contained in the letter, only 11 of them endorsed the document.
For reasons not yet disclosed five senators whose names were listed in the letter did not endorse the letter.
The defectors were led by the Chairman, Senator Committee on Environment and Ecology, Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki, (Kwara Central).
The latter dated January 20, 2014 entitled: “Notification OF Change of Political Party” was addressed to Mark.
The letter reads in part: “We the under signed Senators of the Federal Republic of Nigeria elected under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), wish to notify you that we have severally and jointly joined the All Progressives Congress (APC).
“The action and decision is…

Nigerian Firm Drags Samsung, Total To Court Over $3.8bn Egina Project!

Samsung HQ A Nigerian indigenous firm, Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL) has dragged Samsung Heavy Industries of Korea, Total Upstream Nigeria Limited and the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) to a Federal High Court over alleged plot to exclude the firm from the execution of the local component of the $3.8 billion Egina Floating Production Storage Offshore (FPSO) vessel.
In the proceedings, which were issued for LADOL by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) Professor Fidelis Oditah, LADOL is seeking 19 reliefs against Samsung and other defendants, and appealed to the court to make a declaration that a contract awarded by Total to Samsung on or about March 15, 2013 for the construction and installation of FPSO at Total’s Egina oilfield in Oil Mining Lease (OML)130 in deep offshore Nigeria  is subject to the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010.

Okorocha Disagrees With Ohanaeze Over 2015 Presidency!

For stating that prominent Igbo politicians should shelve their 2015 presidential ambitions, Imo State Governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, has faulted the President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Gary Enwo-Igariwey, saying his decision was hasty as he did not consult widely. According to the governor, who was reacting to the Ohanaeze chieftain’s advice in his statement when he visited the former Governor of Abia State, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu, that prominent Igbo citizens should suspend their presidential ambition, maintained that it was the constitutional right of every qualified Nigerian to vie for the highest position in the land.  Okorocha’s response which came through a statement signed by his Special Assistant on Media, Sam Onwuemeodo, said in suspending prominent Igbo citizens from running for president in 2015, the Ohanaeze president should have indicated the reasons for action. “He should have explained what Ndi-Igbo have got to warrant such decision and what they intend to gain for al…

Don't Contest In 2015 Presidential Election- Ohanaeze Appeals To Kalu, Prominent Igbo Sons!

As part of its move to secure block votes for President Goodluck Jonathan, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo said it has begun consultations with prominent Igbo citizens to shed the ambition of contesting the 2015 presidential election. The apex body said it was doing so in the interest of peace and unity, noting that a president of Igbo origin would emerge at the appropriate time. Ohanaeze Ndigbo President Gary Nnachi Enwo-Igariwey yesterday visited a former Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, to urge him to drop his presidential ambition. He said the move was strategic and it would enable the Igbo to speak with one voice on the 2015 presidential election. Enwo-Igariwey, who said he started discussions with Kalu about seven months back, said he was in Abuja to urge him to comply with the Igbo cause by reconsidering his plan to run. He said: “I was here about six months ago to actually discuss with him on issues concerning the Igbo nation. It was about rumours on presidential interest and I…

Hillary Clinton Says Benghazi Is Her Biggest Regret!

Hillary Clinton said Monday that the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, are her biggest regret during her tenure as secretary of state. "My biggest, you know, regret is what happened in Benghazi," Clinton said during remarks at the National Automobile Dealers Association conference in New Orleans. "It was a terrible tragedy losing four Americans -- two diplomats and, now it's public so I can say, two CIA operatives." Clinton was quick to note, though, that people in her position have to make decisions based upon imperfect information. "But that doesn’t mean that there isn't going to be unforeseen consequences, unpredictable twists and turns," she said. Republicans have relentlessly criticized Clinton for what happened in Benghazi and what they see as a lack of accountability on her part. During Congressional hearings into the matter, Republicans pressed Clinton on the incorrect talking points the administration used in the weeks after th…

Defection: PDP Secures Order Against 5 Gov!

AFederal High yesterday directed the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to serve hearing notices on Governors Murtala Nyako (Adamawa), Chibuike Amaechi (Rivers), Aliyu Wamakko (Sokoto), Rabiu Kwankwaso (Kano) and Abdulfatai Ahmed (Kwara) by substituted means, in the suit challenging their defection to the All Progressives Congress (APC). Justice Gabriel Kolawole further ordered that the hearing notices should be pasted on the national secretariat of the APC in Abuja and should be published in two national dailies. The order was granted by the court at the instance of the PDP, following the absence of the governors or their representatives in court yesterday. Dr. Alex Izinyon (SAN), who appeared for the PDP with Damian Dodo (SAN), Omoruyi Omonuwa (SAN) and Dr. Fabian Ajogwu (SAN), had informed the court of the absence of the respondents in court, even after hearing notices had been served on them since December 16, 2013. He, accordingly, applied that fresh hearing notices be issued and pos…

Kourtney Kardashian Shows Off Her Amazing Bikini Body As She Enjoys Family Holiday In Mexico!

Kourtney, Scott and their two children paint a picture of happiness as they're snapped soaking up the sun in Mexico. It's all too much. Kourtney Kardashian, Scott Disick and their adorable brood recently returned from a trip to Mexico, but not before onlookers were treated to a selection of beaming shots from their holiday album. Keeping up with the Kardashians star Kourtney was showing off her enviable kurves and those impressive chesticles in a string of sun-filled snaps and her very own selfies. In the sweet shot of the entire family strolling along the sandy beach, the happy and relaxed-looking yummy mummy is rocking a multicoloured two-piece, while Scott is dressed in yellow shorts and a blue vest. Super-cute Mason, dressed in yellow, clings onto his little sister's hand - who's also sporting a teeny tiny bikini. The family were staying at Joe Francis' sprawling luxury beach-front Casa Aramara retreat in Punta Mita, where the likes of Lady Gaga, Charlie Sheen,…
$29.2 Million Scam Hits Akwa Ibom Refinery, Petrochemical Company Police authority at the Special Fraud Unit (SFU), Force Criminal
Investigation Department (FCID), Milverton Road, Ikoyi in Lagos said at
the weekend that, Akwa Ibom Refinery and Petrochemical Company Ltd, never
existed. This is after conmen had allegedly siphoned a whopping $29.2
Million public money using the company as conduit-pipe. Police investigators disclosed also that findings at the Corporate Affairs
Commission (CAC) have revealed that there is no company in their record
called, “Akwa Ibom Refinery and Petrochemical Company Ltd.” “There is no company named Akwa Ibom Refinery and Petrochemical Company
Ltd. We have a letter from the CAC to that effect. Yet, there are records
purporting the existence of the company. There are minutes of meetings and
resolutions purportedly passed by the company, and there are agreements
signed between this company and the Akwa Ibom State Government through its
agency known as Akwa …
APC Senators Ignore Party Directive, Support Screening of Service Chiefs! Apparently portraying their party's directive as unpatriotic, seven senators on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC) Monday ignored the order asking them to block the screening of service chiefs recently appointed by President Goodluck Jonathan as they fully participated in the screening exercise.
The seven  APC senators who are  members of the  Joint Senate Committee on Defence, Army, Navy and Air Force   include Akin  Odunsi (Ogun West), Marafa (Zamfara Central), Sani Saleh (Kaduna Central), Atai Aidoko Ali (Kogi East), Babafemi Ojudu (Ekiti Central),  Bindowo Jubrilla (Adamawa North) and Ajayi Boroffice (Ondo North). At the opening session of the exercise, Chairman of the joint committee, Senator George Sekibo, was excited, noting that the screening was the first to be carried out by the Senate since 1999 when Nigeria returned to civil rule.

Uncovered: The Macabre Sex Chamber Of Libya's Colonel Gaddafi Where He Raped Girls - And Boys - As Young As 141!

Colonel Muhammar Gaddafi kept several 'sex dungeons' at his palacesLibyan tyrant forced hundreds of young girls to become his sex slavesGaddafi also had a 'harem' of young men called 'the services group'Dictator visited schools and 'chose' his victims with a pat on the headGaddafi was killed in October 2011 after 42 years of dictatorship.
IT has been more than two years since the capture and death of Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan dictator whose reign subjected an impoverished people to four decades of murder and terror.  When the bedraggled former leader was hauled out of a drainpipe and shot in October 2011, his death ended the bloody Nato-led civil war that had ravaged the country since the start of that year. The full horror of his brutality has been slow to emerge, with many Libyans still fearing retaliation by those who continue to be loyal to their late leader. But it can now be revealed that the most heartbreaking of Gaddafi’s victims include hundre…