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Kogi top politician's wife nak*d photos leaked online [18+ ONLY]

- Thursday, 18 December 2014 No Comments

This pictures have been trending online since yesterday and many a time, when you see things like this on the internet, you ask yourself what have happened to the dignity of a woman..

According to reports, her husband is a top politician in Kogi state, Okene local government.


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Will you eat this kind of yam? [Photo]

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This picture was shared in a friends wall; tubers of yams harvested in a farm in Minna, Niger State.
Will you eat this kind of yam?


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PDP should make sure Wada does not return in 2016 - Dr. Adinoyi Ojo Onukaba

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Dr. Adinoyi Ojo Onukaba is a former Special Adviser to former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and was a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship aspirant in Kogi State in the 2011 election. In an interview with Shola Oyeyipo, he contends that the defection of some key PDP members to the All Progressives Congress is a big blow to the ruling party and Governor Idris Wada. Excerpts:


How do you see the defection of some of PDP leaders in Kogi to the APC?


I think it is unfortunate that the party lost so many key leaders to the APC. Clarence Olafemi, Isaac Onu, Benjamin Ikani, Abdul Bello, Michael Ozovehe, John Odawun, and others were very influential members of our party, the PDP. The fact that they defected with thousands of their supporters shows that all is not well with the PDP in Kogi State. The national leadership of our party ought to be concerned about it. They must end this conspiracy of silence and intervene decisively to save the party.
The people of Kogi State are disenchanted and disillusioned with the Governor Idris Wada administration. They are not happy about the low standard of governance in the state. The defection is a vote of no confidence on the government. Nothing is happening in the state. Salaries are not being paid as and when due. The public education system has almost collapsed. Kogi State roads are the worst in the country. Even the road leading to Government House in Lokoja is full of potholes.
The state capital, Lokoja, is getting dirtier by the day. It looks like a glorified village. Yet, state resources are being looted or misappropriated. The governor leaves in Abuja and visits Lokoja once or twice a week. He and his wife are often the first to show up at IBB Golf Course in Abuja in the morning. There is no one in charge of Kogi. It is obvious that Wada was not prepared for the office. He is totally clueless. This is why the national leadership of our party must intervene and ensure that Wada does not return to office at the end of his current four-year tenure in January 2016.
Some of us will be happier if he leaves much earlier. He is killing the PDP by his lack of leadership and poor performance. When those of us in Kogi Elders Forum sent open letters to the president and the National Chairman of the party two years ago about the situation in the state and the need to halt the party's hemorrhaging, nothing was done about it. Our predictions have come to pass. The PDP is in its death throes in Kogi. If there is an election now and the PDP fields Wada, our party will lose woefully to the APC even if the APC fields a goat. It is that bad. Ask anyone on the streets of Lokoja, Kabba and Idah. This government is very unpopular.


What do you think is the way out?


Make sure Wada does not return in 2016. The party should pick a dynamic, competent and visionary person to lead it to victory. The national leadership of the PDP made a mistake in 2011 by allowing former governor Ibrahim Idris to impose on the party someone who was not a card carrying member of our party. Ibrahim Idris ruined and vandalised the state for nine years and when it was time to go, he brought his brother-in-law to come and complete the wrecking of the state and end the reign of the PDP.
Sometimes, the situation in Kogi makes me cry. How can a state that is so endowed be so unlucky with leadership? From Abubakar Audu through Ibrahim Idris to Idris Wada, it is a sad tale of mediocrity and ineptitude in public office. Kogi is clearly today the least developed state in the country.


Why don't you join the APC then?


I am still in the PDP and will remain in the PDP. Kogi Central senatorial zone where I come from is still a PDP enclave. In fact, it is the safest PDP cluster in the state right now. All politics is local. And since my people are still solidly PDP right now, I will remain in the PDP. I hope to work closely with other party leaders to rescue our beleaguered party and state. The Kogi State APC is itself a troubled party. Former governor Abubakar Audu is suffocating it.
He is not allowing the party to grow because of his overbearing nature. His posters are out. His billboards showing people that are crying for his return as governor are all over the state. It is all part of the careful orchestration of a possible Audu return to office. But Audu's time has passed.
The state must not look backward. Kogi State has to move forward. The sooner Audu realises the better. The Audu factor in APC presents the PDP with an opportunity. As they say, in every crisis there is an opportunity. If Wada is out of the way, the PDP can reorganise itself and present a credible and competent person for governor. Such a person will beat an Audu-weakened APC overwhelmingly. So the PDP still has a chance to redeem itself in the state provided it rids itself of the unpopular Wada.


And where do you come in?


I presented myself for governor in 2011 and I had to withdraw from the race in protest when I saw that there was no level playing field. When the time comes again I will present myself to the people of the state. I know that I have what it takes to turn the state around and make it a state that we can all be proud of.
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Court gives Kogi council chairmen 24 hours to vacate office

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Less than 24 hours after The Nation reported the flouting of a court order invalidating the election of the 21 local government chairmen in Kogi State, the State High Court, sitting in Koto-Karfe, yesterday ordered the chairmen to vacate office within 24 hours.


Justice Alaba Omolaye-Ajileye directed the Justice commissioner to comply with the court's earlier orders on the matter.
The High Court, last Monday, nullified the May 4, 2013, local government election following alleged improper composition of the Kogi State Independent Electoral Commission (KOSIEC).


It declared its activities null and void.
Justice Omolaye-Ajileye ordered the local government chairmen to hand over to the most senior director in their secretariats.
The court, in the latest ruling, copies of which were served the Commissioner of Police, the Director of the Department of States Security (DSS) and the Commissioner in the Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, ruled that its December 4 judgment be complied with in 24 hours.


The judgment reads: "In the circumstances of this case, I hereby direct the second defendant, the Attorney-General of Kogi State and the Chief Law Officer of the state, to ensure compliance with the orders of this court handed down in its judgment of Monday, December 8, 2014, within 24 hours from now."


The All Progressives Congress (APC) had sued the state government, the Kogi State Independent Electoral Commission (KOSIEC) and others, on the composition of KOSIEC and the conduct of the local government election by the commission, whose former chairman was alleged to be a card-carrying member of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).


But yesterday it was learnt that the sacked local government chairmen might have hired a team of lawyers, including a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), to challenge the court order removing them from office.
One of the embattled local government chairmen said they ought to have been joined in the case originally.
The chairman, who spoke in confidence, insisted that he and his colleagues challenged their ouster through a competent lawyer.


He said: "The state government has gone on an appeal and we, the chairmen, have engaged a lawyer. We are not aware of the case that happened before.
"We are the people who are most affected by the order. So, we are necessary parties and most concerned. We are supposed to be necessary parties."
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Renaissance Group Organises Rally For Gburugburu Tomorrow |@rg4gburugburu

- Wednesday, 17 December 2014 No Comments

The renaissance group of Enugu state (Powers and support) will on thursday the 18th of december organise a Rally tagged ( One Million Match for GburuGburu) the Match will start from okpara Square, and they will match Round enugu metropolis, If you a youth and you support Good Government in Enugu State, be a part of this Match on Thursday 18.

Kick Off Venue: Okpara Square

Kick Off Time: 9 Am

Join the movement RG4gburugburu

Twitter handle- @Rg4gburugburu

facebook page- RGfor.Gburugburu

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Eddy Nelson:08038943774

Banky: 09095602003,08033093223,08033808407,08033105325
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Kogi: Gov. Wada appeal to Nigerians to support Pres. Jonathan's reelection

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An appeal has gone to Nigerians to remain supportive and have an abiding faith in the Peoples Democratic Party led administration under the leadership of President Goodluck Jonathan, as the nation prepares for the 2015 general elections.

Capt Idris Wada, Kogi State Governor made the appeal, while fielding questions from Newsmen at the end of the PDP Governor's meeting held in Abuja.

The Governor who was represented by his deputy, Yomi Awoniyi, urged Nigerian's to conduct themselves in a peaceful and orderly manner as the nation passes through another period of electioneering.

The Governor assured that the reelection of President Jonathan in 2015 would enable the President consolidate on the successes attained in the transformation agenda begun by the administration in the last three and half years.

Capt Wada appealed to politicians to guide their utterances ahead the period of election, disclosing that politics should be service centered, and charged politicians to campaign on issues and avoid utterances that will over heat the polity.

Capt Wada described the PDP as a party that is people centered and has always had the interest of the people at heart, commended the emergence of President Jonathan as the party's flag bearer for the 2015 Preisdential election.

The Governor described the PDP and President Jonathan as a party better positioned to take the country to its desired heights of development, assured of an overwhelming victory for the party in all elections in the forth coming general elections.

The meeting which was attended by fifteen PDP governors, resolved to collectively work towards ensuring total victory for the party in the next year's general election across the country, urged party members to collectively work for the party's victory in 2015 general election.
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Kogi First Lady canvasses for needy

- Tuesday, 16 December 2014 No Comments

On Tuesday, 16th December, wife of Kogi State Governor, Hajia Halima Wada, called on wealthy persons in the society to take care of those in need.

Halima made this call at an outreach for 100 widows, orphans and disabled persons at Idah.

According to her, the distribution has been on since January, adding that the objective was to put smile on the faces of the people.

She assured the people that her pet project, "Women Empowerment Network (KOWEN), would bring together ordinary persons and the well to do in society.

Halima said the main objective of KOWEN was to give hope and encouragement to the people.

She urged the people of Idah Local Government area to take advantage of the Fish Smoking Venture established by KOWEN to ensure bumper fish production and sales in and around Kogi.

The Chairman, Idah Local Government Council, Dr Abutalib Abubakar, commended Wada for her consistency in giving the plight of the less privileged as priority in her pet project. (NAN)
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Obasanjo reveals why he criticizes Jonathan >

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Former Nigeria's President, Olusegun Obasanjo has again explained why he criticizes President Goodluck Jonathan.

He also commented on the Chibok girls, Buruji Kashamu and other issues. He spoke during an interview with Rossie Collyer of Radio France International.


RC: Why have you chosen to publish your autobiography now, when Nigeria is politically charged ahead of February's general election?


You used the word politically charged. There is no time Nigeria is not politically charged. One thing one can say about Nigeria is, since independence we have had some high ebbs or low ebbs but Nigeria has been very, very politically active. So the question of which is the opportune time or auspicious time for a book to be published, it is entirely up to the publisher and of course the reading public.
I completed writing the book, which took me about 18 months, about four months ago and I gave it to the publisher. And the publisher decided that after reading the book that he would like to publish it before the elections.


RC: Who is Buruji Kashamu and why do you mention him in your autobiography?


He is someone who has been indicted in America […] And for a political party and for the president to be hobnobbing with him I believe leaves much to be desired, and I said that [in my autobiography].


RC: You are apparently critical of President Goodluck Jonathan in your autobiography. Why?


Whatever I have said in my book, I have said it to President Jonathan one-on-one. I have said it in public statements that I have made over the past two or three years. So there is nothing in my book that is new that I have said about President Jonathan.


RC: One area where you have criticised President Jonathan is his handling of the kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls. What advice did you give the president?


It is unfortunate. What I have said to Jonathan before and what I have said also in my letter and I have said it several times is that, once active and concrete action was not taken within 48 hours, a period of 72 hours was already too late. We will never be able to get those girls again. And the story of those girls will go on for the next 30 years. Some of them will come out when they are adults or they will be sent back when they are pregnant by those who have captured them. If anyone is thinking of being able to get those girls released intact, he must be day dreaming.


RC: Your autobiography is called My Watch in reference to your presidencies. What were you most proud of during your time as president?


Well what was I proud of, is when I came in [as president]many people thought that I would be the last president of Nigeria, because after me Nigeria will be no more. I was proud that I was not the last president of Nigeria because after me there have been two presidents and there will always be presidents of Nigeria and Nigeria will continue to exist. And then, of course, we fought corruption.


RC: Can you give some examples of corrupt people who faced justice.


Oh yes, we took an inspector general of police to court. We took the
president of the Senate to court. We took my minister for secondary schools and my minister of internal affairs to court. We took a few permanent secretaries to court. And we took a few governors to court. And then of course we recovered well over 1.25 billion dollars from the Abacha family.


RC: Could you have done more to fight corruption?


No, I did all that could be done. Fighting corruption is not a one-day affair or a one-night affair, it must be continuous.
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Pic: Look what this lady wore to The Headies Awards

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An awards event will definitely not be complete without getting to see some people dressing weird on the red carpet. Sometimes we just wonder what some of these individuals were thinking before they stepped into those outfits.

The lady pictured above rocked this her exposed dress to the Headies.

What do you think?
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APC Picks Prof. Yemi Osibanjo as Buhari’s Running Mate

- Monday, 15 December 2014 No Comments

The decision to pick Osibajo was reached after series of meeting between leaders of the party, the latest of which was a meeting of the chieftains of the party from the Southwest geopolitical zone, who met Sunday night, met to deliberate on the choice of Buhari's running mate.

Yemi Osibanjo, SAN is a Nigerian professor of Public law, former Solicitor General and Anthony-General of Lagos. He is the chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT) of Redeemer's University and a solicitor to the former Governor of the CBN Alhaji Sanusi Lamido Sanusi on the suits against Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
Osibanjo is an Erudite scholar and motivational speaker who has held leadership positions.
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Aggrieved PDP Kogi Central Senatorial Candidate Defects to new party

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Dr. Moses Wokili, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Senatorial aspirant in Kogi Central have disclosed his defection to a soon to be announced party after loosing out in the just concluded primaries.

The aspirant said he will make public his new party in a few days' time.
He also enjoined other aspirants who would want to contest for other offices to come join his new party.
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Full List of The Headies 2014 Winners

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The 9th edition of HipHop World Awards dubbed The Headies held last night 14th, December and here is the winners list;


1. BEST RECORDING OF THE YEAR

1. IYAWO MI - TIMI DAKOLO
2. LET SOMEBODY LOVE YOU - 2FACE IDIBIA
3. ALWAYS ON MY MIND – NOSA
4. ORDINARY PEOPLE – COHBAMS ASUQUO (WINNER)


2. PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

1. DON JAZZY – DOROBUCCI (WINNER)
2. PHEELZ – ELEDA MI O
3. T SPIZE – AYE
4. LEGENDURY BEATZ – CARO
5. SHIZZY – SKELEWU
6. DEL B – PULL OVER


3. BEST MUSIC VIDEO

1. ADA ADA BY FLAVOUR – CLARENCE PETERS (WINNER)
2. TOH BAD BY NIYOLA – KEMI ADETIBA
3. JUST LIKE THAT BY RAYCE – AJE
4. OYA NOW BY JOE EL FT. ORITSE FEMI – UNLIMITED LA
5. PERSONALLY BY P-SQUARE – JUDE "ENGEES" OKOYE & CLARENCE PETERS


4. BEST R&B/POP ALBUM

1. THE JOURNEY – SEAN TIZZLE (WINNER)
2. TAKEOVER – KCEE
3. ONCE UPON A TIME – TIW SAVAGE
4. ME, MY MOUTH & EYE – SOUND SULTAN
5. L.I.F.E – BURNA BOY


5. BEST R&B SINGLE

1. LET SOMEBODY LOVE YOU- 2FACE IDIBIA (WINNER)
2. IYAWO MI- TIMI DAKOLO
3. PLAN B – WANDE COAL
4. DON GORDON – BURNA BOY


6. BEST POP SINGLE

1. DOROBUCCI – MAVIN CREW (WINNER)
2. AYE – DAVIDO
3. JOHNNY – YEMI ALADE
4. PULL OVER – KCEE
5. DOUBLE WAHALA – ORITSE FEMI
6. CARO – STAR BOY FEATURING WIZKID AND L.A.X
7. SURULERE – DR. SID


7. BEST REGGAE/DANCEHALL SINGLE

1. GIRLIE O REMIX – PATORANKING (WINNER)
2. LEAD ME ON – CYNTHIA MORGAN
3. STINKING SH#T – CHOPSTIX FEATURING ICE PRINCE, YUNG L AND ENDIA.
4. BAD GIRL – JESSE JAGZ FT. WIZKID
5. MURDA – SEYI SHAY FT. PATORANKING & SHAYDEE


8. BEST RAP ALBUM

1. NO GUTS NO GLORY – PHYNO
2. ALAGA IBILE- REMINISCE
3. BADDEST GUY EVER LIVETH – OLAMIDE (WINNER)
4. THY NATION COME – JESSE JAGZ


9. BEST COLLABO

1. OYA NOW – JOE EL FT. ORITSE FEMI
2. EMERGENCY – WIZZY PRO FEATURING SKALES, PATORANKING AND RUNTOWN (WINNER)
3. SURULERE – DR. SID & DON JAZZY
4. PASS YOU BY – BLACK MAGIC FT. ORITSE FEMI
5. GIRLIE O REMIX – PATORANKING
6. DOROBUCCI – MAVINS


10. BEST RAP SINGLE

1. PARCEL- PHYNO (WINNER)
2. DOPE MONEY – OLAMIDE FT. PHYNO
3. SHOTZ ON SHOTS – ICE PRINCE FT. SARKODIE
4. RAP IT UP – POSLY TD
5. DEAF – EVA ALORDIAH
6. WTF – ILL BLISS


11. BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE (MALE).

1. IYAWO MI – TIMI DAKOLO (WINNER)
2. DOUBLE WAHALA – ORITSE FEMI
3. WHY YOU LOVE ME – NOSA
4. ORDINARY PEOPLE – COBHAMS


12. BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE (FEMALE)

1. LOVE TO LOVE YOU – NIYOLA FT. BANKYW (WINNER)
2. WANTED – TIWA SAVAGE
3. WINDOW – MONICA OGAH
4. GOOD MAN – RUBY


13. NEXT RATED

1. PATORANKING (WINNER)
2. RUNTOWN
3. OREZI
4. SKALES
5. YEMI ALADE


14. HIP HOP WORLD REVELATION

1. TIWA SAVAGE – ONCE UPON A TIME
2. SEAN TIZZLE – THE JOURNEY
3. BURNA BOY – L.I.F.E
4. KCEE – TAKE OVER (WINNER)


15. LYRICIST ON THE ROLL.

1. SHOTS ON SHOTS – ICE PRINCE
2. RAP IT UP – POSLY TD
3. GOD ON THE MIC – JESSE JAGZ (WINNER)
4. KPANSH – YUNG 6IX


16. BEST STREET-HOP ARTISTE

1. DOUBLE WAHALA – ORITSE FEMI (WINNER)
2. SHOKI – LIL' KESH FT. OLAMIDE & DAVIDO
3. DOROBUCCI – MAVIN
4. ALOBAM – PHYNO


17. BEST 'ALTERNATIVE' SONG

1. BOLAJI – BOJ (WINNER)
2. BODY- BLACK MAGIC FEATURING BANKY W
3. GOOD MAN – RUBY
4. WHY YOU LOVE YOU – NOSA


18. ALBUM OF THE YEAR

1. THE JOURNEY – SEAN TIZZLE
2. L.I.F.E – BURNA BOY
3. BADDEST GUY EVER LIVETH – OLAMIDE (WINNER)
4. NO GUTS NO GLORY – PHYNO


19. ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

1. DAVIDO
2. WIZKID
3. KCEE
4. TIWA SAVAGE
5. OLAMIDE
6. PHYNO
7. FLAVOUR

20. SONG OF THE YEAR

1. AYE – DAVIDO (WINNER)
2. PULL OVER – KCEE
3. DOUBLE WAHALA – ORITSEFEMI
4. SURULERE – DR. SID
5. DOROBUCCI – MAVINS
6. JOHNNY – YEMI ALADE


21. BEST AFRICAN ARTISTE

1. MAFIKIZOLO
2. SARKODIE (WINNER)
3. DIAMONDZ
4. R2BEES
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Pic: See the dress Linda Ikeji bought for N1m >

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Celebrity blogger Linda Ikeji smells richness. She bought this Lanre DaSilva's dress during an Ebola auction at the 2014 Future Awards Africa for N1million. It looks good on her.

Big ups to her because she didn't just buy the dress for mere luxury but to donate money in fighting Ebola.
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Senators plot to impeach David Mark

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Aggrieved senators in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) who lost return tickets to the Upper Chamber in 2015 are gagging up against the Senate leader­ship.

They are angry with the Senator David Mark-led chamber for not doing enough to protect them in the run-up to the December 8 Senate primary.

Besides, shortly before the Senate adjourned plenary two weeks ago, some lawmakers were compiling impeachable offences against President Goodluck Jonathan.

The plot then, which was championed mainly by the opposition senators, was to table the President's alleged impeachable offences as soon as the chamber resumes plenary this week.

In a major twist, the senators, with some PDP senators now joining their ranks, have decided to rather kick-start the removal of the Senate leadership instead, starting with Mark.

A senator who was privy to the deal told Daily Sun yesterday evening that "the plan has changed. We never expected the party to treat us this way. We stood by the party when there was turbulence occasioned by the emergence of the new PDP.

"There was a plot then to impeach the same leadership but we stepped in and stopped it with our sheer number. In fact, we used our personal contacts to talk to the plotters and they backed down. We prevailed on them not to rock the boat moreso as the Seventh Senate had just a few months to go.

"We thought the party would take note of what we did and also, note our loyalty to the party and reward us. Rather, we were not even protected in these primaries. Can you imagine the party leaving us at the mercy of governors?"

The senators are considering either Minority Leader George Akume or Chairman of the Committee on the Environment and Ecology, Bukola Saraki, as replacement for Mark.

The lawmakers said they do not want "the Senate Presidency to leave the North Central." Meanwhile, the senators have vowed to fully throw their weight behind the embattled Speaker, House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal, to retain his seat.

"Last week's pronouncement that PDP governors don't have to lose their seats because they moved to a new party would be fully applied here…"

Although Senate resumes plenary tomorrow, the aggrieved lawmakers have not put a timeline to their plan to remove Mark. Also, the senators did not confirm whether the plot against Jonathan was still on the front burner or whether it would be tabled in the chamber this week, contrary to Senator Alkali Jajere's interview with newsmen two weeks ago.

Mark's Media Adviser, Kola Ologbondiyan, however, dismissed the alleged plot to remove his boss. "There's no such plot," he said.

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Kourtney Kardashian welcomes baby boy

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Kourtney Kardashian has given birth to a baby boy. She and partner Scott Disick have welcomed their third child.

The new addition to the family shares a birthday with big brother Mason, who celebrated his 5th birthday on Sunday.
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