Archive: May 2016

CDQ Part Ways With Tee Billz say’s ‘ He can’t get him on phone’


CDQ an artiste under Tee Billz’s 323 Entertainment management says he has parted ways with him after the tall dark handsome man has been unreachable. According to CDQ, Tee Billz his manager became unreachable after his much publicized separation with his wife, Tiwa Savage. CDQ says he tried a number of times to reach him, but all efforts failed, hence he has to move on. He disclosed this to Hip TV saying;

“About me and Teebillz, I mean, Me and Teebillz are still good. Still cool, we are family.. But I’m straight like that, I am real. I have not been able to talk to him for a very long time – since the incident that happened. I tried to message him but it wasn’t going through and everything. So i had to move on with my life.. You know.

I mean, I’ve got ambition that I’m chasing, so for no reason would i allow anything to lock that down. I am a goal getter and I can’t allow anything to slow me down. So that’s it! Me and Teebillz are still cool, we are still family. Anytime we see, we would still holla, but at least, I’m a street guy, I have got to move, gotta move, gotta move. That is what matters the most. My career comes first before anything else.”

Breaking news : Manchester United sacks Louis Van Gaal

Louis Van Gaal sacked

Manchester United have sacked Louis van Gaal just two days after the Dutchman led them to victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final.

Van Gaal, who has been given a £5million pay-off on top of £400,000 for winning the FA Cup, has been made to pay for United’s poor Premier League campaign and will be replaced by former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.

His Dutch coaching staff – including United assistant coach Albert Stuivenberg and goalkeeper coach Frans Hoek – have also left the club with immediate effect

One Of The Chibok Girls Have Been Found But With A Baby


Rescued: Amina Ali, then 17, has been found two years after she and 218 others were kidnapped

The first of 219 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram from Chibok in northeast Nigeria more than two years ago has been found.

Amina Ali was discovered in the Sambisa Forest area of Borno state by civilian JTF vigilantes assisting the military on Tuesday.

Amina, who was 17 years old when she was abducted by Boko Haram two years ago has a child for one of the militants;

According to a spoke person for the Chibok girls group, she is now with her family in her home town of Mbalala, near Chibok.

‘She met her parents, who recognised their daughter before she was taken to the military base in Damboa,’ Ayuba Alamson Chibok, a community leader in Chibok, said.

‘Her father’s name is Ali and the girl’s name is Amina.’

Yakubu Nkeki, head of the Abducted Chibok Girls Parents’ group, also confirmed her name and said she was 17 when she was abducted.

He added: ‘She’s the daughter of my neighbour… They brought her to my house.’

‘I can confirm that one of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls was among rescued persons by our troops,’ army spokesman Colonel Sani Usman said in a statement.

Alibaba goes down memory lane shares throw back pics



Ace Comedian Alibaba shared some pictures and an interesting pic of his late friend and colleague Danjuma where he gave out all the gifts to Hausa people on the show without them answering the questions or questions that were sooo cheap on the show.

Check Out Some of the pics

Alibaba GCFR

Alibaba and Basket mouth

That was how I was out of LAGOS, and called my friend, Mohammed DANJUMA to stand in for me on #TomDicknAli… Big mistake. Mohammed decided that he would give all my gifts out to all Hausa people whether they got the answer or not. One Guy, Musa, called and picked a question, "What is the capital of South Africa?" He replied, " I don't know"… Mohammed shouted, "Correct. You have won a fan". My producer, Eja, nearly died! He gave one Gimbia a food processor, for answering a question, "How do the Bini people greet their Oba?" Gimbia said "Kabiyesi". Mohammed said, "You are a genius, you deserve a food processor" Then one unfortunate guy called, and said his name was Akpan, he picked a number, the question was "What is the next rank, in the Army, after Captain?" Mohammed changed the question to "What is the name of the wife of the first man to land on the on the moon?" Akpan was dazed. Mohammed went on to ask, what of his mother? Akpan did not know either. Mohammed goes, "You call this program to win prize and you know you don't know anything. Do you think we are just dashing out gifts on this show? Any olodo who calls this show again, I will curse you?" Then a Hausa lady called from Obalende, she picked a question "Where is Mount Everest?" Mohammed refused to ask that then asked her, "What do you use to make Tuwo?" She said rice. Mohammed gave her a bag of rice and N5000. Two prizes for such a cheap question! Of course, it was the last one he hosted. When I finally got to the show, all the gifts were gone. The next week, Hausa people were asking for Mohammed to be the presenter…. That said, I miss that fool!

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Manchester United releases Press Statement on Bournemouth match

Old trafford

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said: “The safety of the fans is our number one aim at every event we host at Old Trafford.  Overall, I’m proud of how our staff responded.

The facts are:

• On the discovery of a suspect package, the police and the club worked quickly and closely to identify the threat, make people safe and evacuate the ground calmly and efficiently.
• Fans of both clubs behaved impeccably and the evacuation – the first of its type in the UK – was a complete success.
• Following investigation, the device proved to have been left in error following the training of dog handlers by a sub contractor.
• The contractor had signed the device as having been recovered along with the 13 other devices at the end of the exercise.
• That device could not have been detected by sniffer dogs on the routine matchday search of the 100 Club, as it contained no explosives and was used in an exercise training handlers not dogs.

“Once a live situation was identified, the club and police had no option but to treat the matter as a potential terror threat; we could not have assumed it was a training exercise error. Presented with the same situation in the future, we would take the same action.

“We have worked very closely with the police and counter-terrorism specialists for many years now and enjoy their support on a daily basis.

“For tomorrow’s (Tuesday) rearranged match against Bournemouth, we are working closely with Greater Manchester Police to ensure that robust security measures continue to be of the highest priority.

“We are conducting a detailed evaluation with the help of the police and will share our findings across the rest of the game. Valuable lessons will have been learned from yesterday’s events and it is important that those are shared with other stadium operators to ensure that the safety of the public remains the first duty of us all.”