Even I know the answer to that. When I heard his declaration to run for presidency, I cringed and felt extremely nauseated.

Not sure if I’m the only one feeling this way, so I need to know… What do you guys think?

By the way, today is my Birthday… So wish me good things and words of prayer! Oya…


Mr Shelle

At this time and age, some ‘sour’ losers are still finding it hard to adjust to the golden rules of democracy!

How can someone as old as Mr Tunji Shelle be calling for a cancellation? Can’t this ‘hooligans’ understand that Nigerians are tired of them?! Even soon to be ex-president, Mr Jonathan, has accepted defeat, so much so he called Mr Buhari to congratulate him…meaning that the electoral process was very fair.

According to Mr Tunji Shelle, the distribution of PVCs was “skewed in favour of the stronghold of the APC in Lagos and beyond to the detriment of PDP. Non-indigenes in Lagos were openly disenfranchised and denied the right to collect their PVCs, hence majority were unable to vote. Further lamenting that, “virtually everywhere we won a clear and verifiable victory, presiding INEC officials openly colluded with the APC to sabotage and deny PDP candidates victory. Among the local government areas where anomalies were recorded are Badagry, Epe, Eti-Osa and Apapa”

Henceforth, anybody that opens their mouth to accuse APC or INEC of any misconduct, should have living proof. Failure to provide proof, they should be jailed with months of hard labour…and no visitations from relatives!

Obviously, the silly man needs to account for the money given to him to campaign for Jona…sebi, money they say buys everything. Unfortunately, it didn’t help PDP win the results!

My advice: Mr Tunji Shelle, go on exile!


I don’t know about you guys O, but I have noticed all sorts of methods people in GEJ’s camp are using to intimidate GMB’s camp.

I personally,  am appalled by these shows of intimidation on GMB. If GEJ’s household have nothing to fear, then they should stay focused and try and convince people like us, beyond reasonable doubt why we should waste our vote on them.

They, GEJ’s camp, should stop fishing for all manner of info or dirt on GMB. It’s only making them look stupidly desperate!”

Unfortunately,  no matter how much bullying, backbiting and bad mouthing may be going on in GEJ’s camp, GMB still rocks! *I’m not saying that I will vote for either parties O*

On a final note, I think it’s time I say something: As much as both parties are desperate to become the next Nigerian president, they should remember the masses,  who will be at the receiving end. GEJ and GMB torch bearers,  should just keep that day violent free and rig free!



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Parents doing school runs around Surulere axis of Lagos, brace yourself for a horrible ‘go-slow’ tomorrow.

According to PREMIUM TIMES,
The Lagos State Government has announced that it would partially close Western Avenue, Surulere ahead of Wednesday’s presidential primaries of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Lagos.

In a statement Tuesday, Kayode Opeifa, the Commissioner for Transportation, said the partial closure is intended to control vehicular traffic during the event.

The APC will hold its primaries at the state owned Teslim Balogun Stadium, which is along the avenue, to pick its presidential candidate ahead of the 2015 election.

About 8,000 delegates are expected to pick from four presidential aspirants.

Mr. Opeifa said that traffic congestion would be expected along the Western Avenue (also known as Funsho Williams Avenue) and Masha Road in Surulere, as well as in Yaba and Costain areas.

Other roads that would be partially closed include Masha Road from Shitta roundabout to Alaka and Shitta flyover.

“Western Avenue will be closed from Alaka to National Stadium,” said Mr. Opeifa.

“Parking will be available only at the National Stadium, while pedestrian access to the convention venue will be restricted to only accredited APC members, accredited observers and accredited media personnel.”

According to the government’s plan, vehicles heading to the Lagos Island from Ikorodu Road, Yaba, Mushin, and other areas on the mainland would be diverted at Ojuelegba through Itire-Lawanson to Bode Thomas Street.

Those heading from the Island to the mainland will be diverted at Costain to link Surulere via Eric Moore, according to Mr. Opeifa.

The commissioner also said that traffic from Surulere to Agege Motor Road, Ikorodu road and Mushin would be diverted to Bode Thomas, Eric Moore, Akerele, and Itire-Lawanson to link Western Avenue via Ojuelegba roundabout.

Also, vehicles from Surulere, Alhaji Masha and Shitta area to Lagos Island and Apapa will be diverted to Bode Thomas and Eric Moore to link Eko Bridge.

*Na wah O!*