Friday, June 15, 2012

How Farouk was caught on video. This is hilarious! U got to read it.

A friend sent this to me on BB and it's so hilarious, I had to share. Read and laugh.

Farouq Lawan visited Otedola's house on three different occasions over the bribe issue.
On each occasion, he drove himself in a C class Mercedes Benz. Five video recordings, lasting an average of eight to 10 minutes each were made on each of those visits.

According to a source in the security services, on the first visit, he had lunch with Otedola where the amount to be paid was negotiated and eventually agreed on.

On his second visit, which was around 11 pm, he collected the first tranche of $250,000 and during the third visit when he came around 5.05 am, he collected the second tranche of $250,000. He was dressed in green buba and sokoto with a cap to match.

Later in the day at the plenary session after he had collected the second tranche, he got the House to clear Zenon as one of the companies that bought foreign exchange but did not import petroleum products.

"In the video, Lawan was clearly seen stuffing wads of dollar bills into his pocket, when his pocket was full, to the utter shock of all those who have seen the damning video, he removed his cap and concealed the remaining wads of dollar bills inside it and replaced the cap on his head.

"Nigerians will reel with laughter if they ever get to watch this video. It is on the one hand hilarious and on the other, shameful," a source said.

Further investigations revealed that Lawan's resort to stuffing the money in his pockets and cap was done to avoid arousing suspicion from Otedola's domestic help who would have seen him entering the house empty handed and coming out carrying a bulging envelope.

However, unknown to him, a surveillance video camera carefully installed by the SSS was recording all his actions."

Man burns court in Katsina for disolving his marriage

Ahmed Mai-Nama, on Thursday, torched an Upper Shari’a Court in Funtua, Katsina State, for ending his marriage.

Telcom Firms Agree to Pay NCC N1.17 billion Fine

Almost three weeks after missing the deadline given the four GSM operators – MTN, Globacom, Airtel and Etisalat – to pay a N1.17 billion fine imposed by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the companies have agreed to pay the fine by next week.

The telecos were fined for poor quality of services and failure to meet their key performance indicators (KPIs)

However, the companies, whose representatives met with NCC officials in Abuja yesterday demanded, as a precondition for the payment of the fines, a review of the present KPIs, which they argued did not take into consideration the peculiarity of the Nigerian business environment.

I wonder how this will improve quality of servive.

8 cut off Manhood and testicles for 'Kingdom of God'

An online journal, the has reported a bizarre trend of body mutilations being inflicted by some people upon themselves, in order to make the Kingdom of Heaven as instructed in the Gospel of Mathew.

Lagbaja Loses Dad! May his soul rest in peace.

Deacon D.A.Olugunde, the father of the masked singer, Bisade Ologunde a.k.a. Lagbaja Omobabamukomuko, is dead.

Aged 83, the late Ologunde, a retired civil servant who served in the cabinet of the first military administrator of Kwara State, Col. David Bamigboye, died on Saturday in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, Northcentral Nigeria.

Until his death, the late Ologunde was the Head of Deacons for many years at the Emmanuel Baptist Church, Sabo-Oke, Ilorin.

The burial arrangement for the deceased is yet to be announced by Lagbaja.
Lagbaja, who is devastated by the tragedy, only confided in some of his close pals the death of his dear father.


Police quiz and detain Farouk Lawan

EMBATTLED Chairman of the fuel subsidy probe panel in the House of Representatives, Farouk Lawan, on Thursday surrendered himself to police for interrogation over the $620,000 bribe he had confessed to receiving from an oil marketer, Femi Otedola.

The lawmaker was subsequently interrogated and detained along with the Clerk of his committee, Boniface Emenalo.

Lawan arrived at the office of the police Special Task Force at the Louis Edet House Force headquarters about 4pm, in company with  Emenalo and five lawyers.

The lawmaker was detained briefly before he was taken to the interrogation room where detectives, led by the Commissioner of Police in charge of the STF, Ali Ahmadu, quizzed him four several hours.
As of the time of filing this report, the diminutive legislator was still undergoing questioning.

The police on Wednesday had hinted that they would declare the lawmaker wanted if he refused to give himself up for interrogation on the bribery scandal

Otedoda had claimed that Lawan demanded and received the money, being part of a $3m bribe deal, in order to remove his Zenon Oil from the list of those indicted in a N1.7trn subsidy rot.
The businessman said Lawan collected $500,000 in two tranches of $250,000 while he sent Emenalo to collect $120,000 at a later date.

However, on Monday Lawan, who had denied receiving the bribe, confessed to have received the bribe but that he only did so to expose Otedola.

21yr old masterminds £27 MILLION credit card fraud right in his bedroom!

My! This boy get mind oh. Imagine, over 6 billion Naira! All our 'Yahoo, Yahoo' boys, you're just kids where this guy is oh. It makes me wonder why Nigerians are so well known for fraud. 

Beyonce and little Blue Ivy

Choose what to admire......the baby or the BB porsch.

NB: Sorry guys, forgot to include the picture yesterday.

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