See what I just found on Facebook, guys. South African Neo Rantele Kuaho was literally set on fire by his own power bank. Please be very careful when you leave your powerbank in your pocket. Beware. More pics after the cut.

One of the buildings in Ojuelegba barracks, Lagos (photos: Tunde Ajaja)
He was drenched with sweat by the time he wriggled himself through the narrow entrance of his room into the passageway. Looking very depressed and drowsy that Thursday afternoon, he dragged himself along the hole-ridden passage and collapsed into the rickety sofa beside the staircase that leads to the upper floors in one of the buildings in the barracks.

With frustration written all over his face, Emma Uden (not real names), a sergeant in the police, kept muttering to himself, but dosed off few minutes later. Apparently disturbed by the music blaring in his neighbourhood, Uden could not but open his eyes feebly and intermittently.

His pain was obvious to anyone who came across him, but the reason for his frustration was largely
unknown. However, as Uden would later tell PUNCH in a conversation he grudgingly consented to, since the apartment allotted to him in the barracks collapsed in June last year, he and his family had been living in the kitchen of one of the dilapidated buildings in Pedro police barracks, Somolu, Lagos. That was his main frustration.

“It was the only alternative we had at that time,” he said, as he unbuttoned his shirt to enjoy some fresh air.

Since he and his family were constrained to live in a room (kitchen), he said life had become one of bitterness and frustration. To escape the intense heat of the day and the constant constraint of space that his family of six could never live comfortably with, Uden had been used to sitting outside anytime he was home.

Hoping that respite could eventually come his way if he opened up to Saturday PUNCH, Uden wasted no time in leading their correspondent to his room where he lives with his wife and their four children. He opened the door and lowered his head as he made to enter, to avoid being bruised on the head by the doorframe. As he opened the curtain for Punch to enter, the odour, which seemed like a mixture of wet rug and accumulated sweat, that oozed out of the stuffy room was disturbing and could make anybody puke.

The room was like a store reserved for unused household items. The only window in the room appeared dysfunctional while the base of the wall that was visible was seriously dampened, and the ceiling riddled with signs of serious dilapidation. Expectedly, Uden, whose four children had occupied the only bed in the room, appeared discomfited by the state of the place he called home as he continually scratched his head to look for the right words.

Even though he is not alone in such a tortuous situation in the premises, he said he had resorted to coming home just to sleep, unless he was off duty. This, he said, was to avail his family some space in the room and that sometimes he would rather stay in his office or volunteer to go on patrol, all in a bid to stay away from home. They don’t even live alone in the house, occasionally, the family live with big rats that find their way out of the broken septic tank located close to the kitchen into the room.

He said:
 “When we were still living in the room and parlour before our building collapsed last year, we were managing because of the small space, not to talk of now that we have just one room, which used to be a kitchen. It’s like living in a cave. That is the lot of most of us.
“Can you imagine that? We live in a kitchen, and you want policemen to be your friends while you all live in your comfortable mansions. You expect us to carry rifle and risk our lives to protect people. Haba!”
His passionate expression of grief was second to none, even though he said he had concluded arrangements to leave the barracks for a room and parlour accommodation he secured somewhere in Bariga area of Lagos.

He added:
 “If nobody takes care of us, we will take care of ourselves, because apart from the space issue, we (residents of this barracks) queue to use toilet and bathroom, because the ones available are not adequate. So we queue to bathe every morning. Here, three-room and parlour flats share one toilet and bathroom. For me and my family who live in an abandoned kitchen, we pair with another flat. So, we join the queue every morning. 
Don’t forget that we are all adults with families. I feel ashamed that I go through this every morning. Tell those people in government what you saw here. Let them know we are suffering. Even when we get to the office, we either sit under the tree or stand in the sun.”

 I have been receiving a lot of mails and phone calls in recent weeks requesting that I lend my voice in support of the ongoing campaign for the sovereign state of Biafra and to also speak up against the recent shut down of Radio Biafra by National Broadcasting Commission. I have decided to make my opinion known to those who have been bombarding me with requests to support the Biafran movement. 
Yes, I believe that the Igbo have been marginalised in Nigeria right from 1970 till date. I also believe that as a people, the Igbo have every right to speak out and seek redress. I believe that no tribe or ethnic group in Nigeria deserves to be marginalised or shut out by certain quarters of government because of an incident of the past. 
Just like every Igbo man, I believe that Biafra was a good dream born out of a necessity at that time. It was a good dream which went horribly wrong and became a nightmare for us, the Igbo people and the whole of Nigeria from 1967 to 1970, from which I believe we have woken up. It will be foolhardy to dream the same dream in the same way and manner without thoroughly accounting for why and how it turned into a nightmare, and factoring in the changes that have taken place in Nigeria since the 1960s. 
The thought that the actualisation of the sovereign state of Biafra is in itself the solution to all the problems of Ndigbo is to display an understandable naivety about human nature and today’s politics. What we need as a people is a new vision that will encompass the lessons of the past, the changes that have taken place since the end of the civil war, the reality of present day Nigeria and demand for a system founded on justice, liberty and equality under the rule of law for Ndigbo and non Igbo as well. I believe this new vision is attainable. 
They say charity begins at home and in this regard, I believe it is time for every honest and sincere Igbo man or woman, to channel his or her energy towards actualising good leadership and government in Igboland by joining the political process. It is time for every one of us to unite against corruption in our land. It is time for Ndigbo to come together to reverse this ubiquitous trend of bad leadership ravishing Igboland and put in place a system that would enable the best of us to emerge as leaders. 
Great nations are ruled by their best minds and not by a band of common thieves without respect for individual liberty and democracy that do nothing but devise ingenious ways to looting the treasury and serve the vilest and most primitive of human instincts. Without this political and cultural change embedded in the concept of our future, Igboland will remain underdeveloped, and that in itself, will constitute a gargantuan problem for us in the future. 
Making this necessary change in igboland will ensure that if and ever or when Nigeria collapses as a result of our collective idiocy, irresponsibility, ignorance and corruption, and the jumbo pay of politicians, Ndigbo will be better placed to build a new nation based on justice, equality, rule of law, tolerance, development and honesty. War has never been the solution to any problem. 
I didn’t witness the civil war but from what I saw in my recent visit to Maiduguri, Adamawa and Plateau state, I have become a disciple of dialogue as a means to resolve issues. If Biafra will become a reality, it shouldn’t be through the barrel of a gun. It is wrong to seek divorce by putting a gun to your spouse’s head. 
We should realise that a divorce from Nigeria is also possible if the Nigeria state comes to its natural end because of years of ethnic and religious prejudices, injustices, and vision-less irresponsible, corrupt leadership that failed to lay the foundation of a viable state and make the necessary social investment for its survival. This might be the natural course of events if Nigeria continues to sleep walk into disaster and neglect honest nation building. 
We shouldn’t continue to pursue the Biafra dream in the way and manner some people and groups are doing at the moment without regard to the present reality. It can only undermine the whole essence of the struggle. As an Igbo man, there is nothing I want for Igbo that I do not want for other ethnic groups. 
There is nothing I wish for my fellow Christians that I do not wish for Muslims. We are all humans after all. We are all brothers and sisters divided by language, skin colours and religion. I believe that enlightenment is recognition of this basic facts, and that underneath our skins, flows blood of the same colour and minds that can think alike and able to overcome the prejudices which our difference try to impose on our judgment. There is nothing that can justify the killing of a fellow man. I can only lend my voice to a vision that doesn’t entail the destruction of lives and property. 
I am sorry to say that the continuous clamour for the recognition of Biafra by America may not yield much because of the selfish nature of America’s foreign policy. If there is nothing in it for America, America won’t get involved. We are a great and industrious people. 
For a start, won’t it be better to seek economic independence and have Nigeria and the rest of the world depend on us for something? Today, Africa has gone from car assemblage to total manufacturing. I am proud that I am alive to witness this history, that a Nigerian made car can actually be better that the Toyotas and Hondas of this world, and it is all due to the ingenuity of an Igbo man. Ndigbo, this can be a place to start. Igbo kwenu!!

Buhari is now more than ever well equipped to battle the Boko Haram insurgency and assures us that this time, their best will be good enough to rid us Nigerians of Boko Haram once and for all.

The president on Friday said with the coming on board of the Multi National Joint Task Force which has been established under the auspices of the Lake Chad Basin Commission, Nigeria and neighbouring countries are now on a better stead to defeat the terrorist group, Boko Haram.

He said with the formation of what he called stronger regional coalition, the countries in the region had an increased capacity to deal effectively with the sect and other terrorist groups.

In a statement by Mr. Femi Adesina, Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, he quoted the President as speaking while granting audience to the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Office for West Africa, Dr. Mohammed Ibn Chambas, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Adesina said that Buhari reaffirmed his belief that the full activation and deployment of the joint task force would lead to the speedy defeat and elimination of Boko Haram.

The President added that with the Command and Control Centre of the Nigerian military now in Maiduguri, Borno State, the morale of troops in the front-line states had improved significantly.

"You can tell the Secretary-General that we are doing our best and our best will be good enough for the nation and the sub-region," Buhari told Chambas who commended him for his strong and positive actions against terrorism.

The President also called on the UN to assist African countries in the acquisition and use of innovative technologies to ensure more credible elections. He said: "When citizens recognise that their votes count, it will boost their confidence in democracy and their countries’ electoral systems,” he said."

Recalling that in the last general elections in Nigeria, the Independent National Electoral Commission  (INEC) used smart card readers to authenticate prospective voters, President Buhari observed that while Nigeria could afford the use of such technology in its elections, other African countries may require support and assistance from the international community.

The UN envoy also welcomed the President’s successful visit to Cameroon this week and his reaffirmation of Nigeria’s commitment to the peaceful resolution of all border issues with Cameroon.

Kanye's face just says everything!

These pictures have gone viral, and are taken from Caitlyn's new reality show "I Am Cait".

See more photos after the jump:

President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly instructed the Head of Service of the Federation, Danladi Kifasi, to facilitate the immediate release of N5 billion for the victims of Boko Haram attacks.

The N5 billion for release was pledged by the Federal Government in August of 2014 for the Victims Support Fund (VSF) during a fund-raiser.

President Buhari was said to have given the directive after receiving a briefing from the VSF Presidential Committee headed by former defence minister, Theophilus Danjuma, at the Presidential Villa.

Danjuma reportedly informed Buhari that out of the N55.92 billion pledged at the fund-raising dinner for the fund in August 2014, about N33.54 billion was yet to be redeemed.

The Victims Support Fund currently stands at N23.33 billion and are situated in four bank accounts.

This Shella B is not ending it with this Timaya rape allegations and is now putting on display, the police report she made on Sun 07/19/2015, the day she claims Timaya raped her.

Along with this picture is a message she wrote for Timaya and us, the general public. See the message after the jump:

She posted the picture on her actual Instagram account @OfficialShella_B along with the caption which read:

U USELESS FANS ARE ONLY MAKING #TIMAYA situation worse cus now im gettin ticked off and about to say FUCK ANY INNOCENT PARTY INVOLVED! THAT INCLUDES @BIBLAC AND THOSE KIDS I PUT INTO FUCKIN CONSIDERATION TO BEGIN WITH!!!! This is for all u cunts who was saying that I had complementary cards of the police that I never filed the police report, that I never went to the hospital well I just got my police report a police report takes 5 to 7 business days from the day u you filed it! It happened on Sunday I filed it on Sunday!! LOOK AT THE DATE REPORTED!!! I was in the hospital for over 7 fuckin hours while this monster was performing after he took advantage of me and threatened my life!! now I have the report I CANNOT release the details in the report because it's confidential and tomorrow I will be picking up my other police report for the terroristic threats he made to take my life. I'm sick and tired of this shit! Im sick Of people taking advantage because they feel like they're somewhat higher than others this is American soil you cant do as you like and get away with it! And for those wondering I do have a lawyer and he said I can write and post whatever I want because I did nothing wrong so I have nothing to worry about you on the other hand #TIMAYA ok! #nomeansno #youcanttakealifeyoudidntcreatetimaya PLEASE KEEP TALKING #TIMAYA FANS, I GAT A HALF A FUCK LEFT TO GIVE

TILB Readers, what do you think at this point? Do you believe Shella is telling the truth? Do you think she's an attention seeker? Do you not care?

Let us know your thoughts.

Yes! It’s Friday, thank God! It has been such a week, and we are sure that a lot of things may have gone down throughout the week which you just HAVE to vent about. Well, this is that platform where you get to.

You know that we always want to hear it - what amazing things happened to you this week - escapades, sexcapades, heartbreak, engagement, every every. Which interesting news headlines did you come across, anywhere on the internet, that so blew your mind? What happened on the streets, in your neighbourhood that caught your attention? What have you got planned for the weekend? Spill it all cos Anything goes!

Popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, gave birth to a bouncing baby boy recently, and has been resting in silence since his delivery.

Well, Tiwa is finally speaking up for the first time through her Instagram as she posted this message to her team of followers.

See her message after the jump:

She took to her Instagram to post the image above with the caption:
Thank you all so much. Words cannot express my gratitude. Your support and prayers have truly helped myself and my family. God bless you all and may He always meet you at your point of need. This is the happiest I've ever been...resting, healing and getting to know our son (Gosh I cannot believe I just said "son") God you have been so faithful to me. 

We are happy that she is getting her rest and healing since the birth of their baby boy.


Tonto Dikeh is revealing the truth about everything that has happened in her life over the past year in a new episode of "The Truth With Olisa". 

Within the interview, she talks about her personal life, relationship status, music, and feud with personal shopper, Pearl. 

See video + highlights from the interview after the jump:

We know that not everybody has the MBs on their bundle plans to spend on Tonto Dikeh, so we are currently watching the interview and would be updating with the highlights of the entire interview.


- Tonto Dikeh is indeed in a relationship with someone but claims he is a boyfriend and not her husband.

**Still updating**

So Korede Bello has been travelling around the world after the success of his mega single "Godwin".

Maybe the young man is exhausted because he took to his Instagram to post some new pictures and his fans could not help but notice how different he's looking. 

One fan, @le_confessor said "Is it just me or why does @koredebello look different.. I can't actually figure out how, why but he really is different.. Or is it because you are growing, @koredebello please don't grow up if you won't look the same."

What do you think TILB Readers, does Korede Bello look different to you? Or is it just us that are seeing it?

More photos after the jump:

Yemi Alade doesn't stop working!

The singer who just recently released a new song titled "Na Gode" is back again with a new music video, and let us just say: it is such a stunning music video.

The video which shows Yemi Alade play a woman in love was directed by Ovié Étseyatsé, and was shot in London.

You really just have to see the music video after the jump, and perhaps grab a box of tissues as you click:

The people of Ogbia community in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State has been thrown into mourning as a result of the death of five persons from generator fumes and fire outbreak.

Punch Metro reports that on Thursday, a family of three, comprising a man, his wife and child, died after inhaling fumes from a generator.

Their corpses were reportedly discovered three days after their deaths following offensive odour that emanated from their decomposing bodies.

A dweller in the community said

    The entire family slept on Sunday. There was no sign of them till Wednesday afternoon when we started smelling foul odour from their house.

    The odour was saturating the entire neighbourhood and it got us curious. The family always kept to themselves and that was why nobody discovered them on time. Toxic gas from a generator killed them. They must have inhaled it while sleeping. We called the police.

Confirming the incident, the police identified the deceased family’s name as Ibieneye Tubotamuno.

Police Public Relations Officer, Bayelsa State Command, Mr. Asinim Butswat, said bodies of the victims were discovered at about 3.50pm on Wednesday following distress calls to the police by people of the area.

The policemen forced the door open and discovered the dead bodies of Ibieneye Tubotamuno, male, 34 – Jennifer Asiagbuladia, female, 30 – and Goodluck Tubotamuno, boy, 8.


Just two weeks after award-winning Yoruba actor Ajigijagam celebrated his 56th birthday, he has now been confirmed dead.

As of the time of the confirmation of his death, the cause of death was still unknown.

We wish the family and friends strength in this sad time and pray that the good Lord would continue to comfort them.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to Cameroon to discuss issues relating to the war against the Boko Haram insurgency has spurred some allegations against our former president, Goodluck Jonathan.

The Sun is reporting that a credible presidency source said that during Buhari’s interaction with the Cameroonian president, Paul Biya, it was revealed that Jonathan did not do much in the war against insurgency.

The former president was accused of not forming a strong bond with leaders of neighbouring African countries who were also battling the same Islamism insurgency.

The source also said that Jonathan was accused of not responding and returning phone calls to discuss ways of combining efforts to battle Boko Haram. This led to a disjointed relationship between Nigeria and Niger, Chad and Cameroon in the fight against the Boko Haram group that was growing in size and might.

The source said: "The major complaint, according to Biya, is that Jonathan never or seldom, at best, picked his calls. He said most times he called, Jonathan neither picked nor returned his calls. And as a result, the integration of efforts that should have stopped Boko Haram’s foray and unchallenged run was lacking."

According to the source, Biya also explained that a solo fight against the terrorist group couldn’t have been effective. He said: "This solo handling of the problem did not enable the neighbours put in much to solve the problem until it got this bad,"

How bad could this woman have been as a Medical Director to have her staff throw a party upon her sack?!

On Monday, Dr. Angela Uwakwem, the Chief Medical Director of the Federal Medical Center Owerri, Imo State, was sacked by the FG after several weeks of protests by the staff of the hospital.

See the reason why the staff is celebrating her sack + how far they went in their jubilation after the jump:

Prior to her sack, she had been in the news over the poor running of the hospital. The hospital staff accused her of nepotism, occult practices within the hospital premises, high handiness and enriching herself from the coffers of the Medical Center.

Upon the announcement of Dr. Angela's sack, the staff of the hospital went on a wild jubilation and threw a sack party which included a professional DJ who they hired.

Choi! This woman must have been such a terrible boss, see how the woman in the third picture is dancing for her life.

Twitter user @DearRobTV went to Twitter to complain about how terrible the new Meek Mill diss track in response to Drake, "Wanna Know" is.

During his rant, he tweeted at @O2 ,one of the biggest telecommunication services in the UK, asking them to please re-imburse him for the data he had used to listen to the song.

@DearRobTV told O2 to listen to the song so that they'll understand why a reimbursement is necessary. However, O2 simply tweeted back at @DearRobTV, "We don't Wanna Know".

What kind of shade! TILB Readers, see the lyrics to the new Meek Mill diss track, and tell me if it's something you would spend your MBs listening to:

I just wanna know how niggas going to jail
Telling on niggas, coming back home and it still being cool
I just wanna know how a nigga on Instagram and Twitter with fifty thousand followers
Ain’t got no money in real life, but still popping, I just wanna know
I wanna know, if a nigga ain’t really putting it in, but acting like he putting it in
Niggas still letting it fly like it’s cool, I really wanna know man
This shit getting different out here it’s getting spooky

[Verse 1: Meek Mill (Quentin Miller)]
Now when that shit went down with Chris, you wrote a check
In New Orleans wore my chain to get respect (you a fraud)
So what that tell me? You a pussy and a fan
Say the wrong shit you know the shooters at your neck
I just wanna know, if you ain’t write that running through the six shit
Tell us who the fuck was Quentin running through the six with?
(Running through the six with my woes
Counting money you know how it goes
All the real live forever baby
And the fake get exposed)
Niggas writing for you cause you know you never did shit
When I threw that hook out, I was tryin' to catch a big fish
We the type of niggas to tie your mother up
Fuck your sister in the ass and hit your brother up, pussy
You really sweet, I call you buttercup
You fucking dork you changed the style because you studied us
Coming with the same flow
Switching up your lingo
We just want a refund, this ain’t what we paid for
Every time that we come, we get what we came for
Spitting another niggas shit, but you claim you king though?

I just wanna know, I just wanna know
How these niggas acting like they true but really faking
People acting like it go
I just wanna know, I just wanna know
Was it Quentin Miller? Was it Hush or was it Detail where you really got your flow?
(Milli Vanilli that nigga)

[Verse 2]
Money make a fake ass nigga look real again
Money make a sucker that told look trill again
Says a lot about all the people that's feeling him
But I'ma show you bitch ass niggas we're real again
Heard that other nigga talking we ain’t get back yet
Let’s keep it short, nigga you ain’t get your chick back yet
And now she rocking with the chaser and now you missed that check
You went from Clear Port to Budapest and miss that jet, hold up

[Interlude 1: Sample]
Cat, I got to take them off of here, that's right
I got to take them off of here, there’s only one
And that’s me, you understand?
'Fore all that fighting, you understand?
Sucka thinks he good
Sucka thinks he can whoop me
And I know he can’t whoop me and I
Hey boy, the nigga whole style is chump, you understand?
When it comes to me you understand
Let me get mines first
Then after I get mine, y’all can do what you wanna do

[Verse 3]
You know you fucked up right?
You shoulda just said nothing
Now you're going to have to give me a check to stop
All I hear is platinum that platinum this
Meanwhile I’m on the cover with a platinum chick
I got a platinum rollie, platinum whip
Niggas frauds I told the truth, don’t ask me shit
All this industry fake enemy and rap shit
It’s never really my style we got cash to get
I really started from nothing now it’s back to shit
Puffy almost caught a domestic when he smacked that bitch
Hold up, let that bitch breathe

[Interlude 2: Diddy]
Yeah this is called poppin' shit
There’s no cut on it
There’s no cut on it
If your feelings get hurt
You feel like ohhh that’s an arrogant little...
No this is the truth and the truth hurts
Haven’t I paid my dues?
Haven't I went through the storm?
Didn’t I weather the storm?
Niggas is gone and I'm here

You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater nigga, we ain’t forget
Real niggas back in style this shit is lit
This that Ja Rule shit and 50 cent

I guess a new jam is cooking. Kcee shared these photos of himself and Akon and he seems very excited about working with the international star.

Akon has done collabo's with a number of Nigerian stars including Psquare, B-red, D’banj, 2Face, Davido and Wizkid.

See more photos after the cut:

Is this business or pleasure?

South African rapper, AKA, recently became a dad for the first time a few weeks ago and he is definitely in cloud nine.

The award winning rapper  who welcomed his daughter with long time girlfriend, DJ Zinhle, tattooed the name of his daughter ‘Kairo Owethu Forbes’ on his arm.

See the tattoo after the cut:
You like?

The Mavin Dynasty boss, Don Jazzy, Reekado Banks, Korede Bello and Tega are currently in South Africa South Africa. They quartet are in Mandela's Land to put pen to necessary papers for a new mega endorsement deal.

More photos after the cut:

Ayodele Fayose, The Ekiti State Governor, has revealed that he was once a danfo driver because he was poor.

His touching story after the cut:

He said he was once a ‘danfo driver’ and appealed to the drivers to be orderly and not to be desperate. “Please, I want to commend you for contributing immensely to the development of the state’s economy, but don’t allow yourselves to be used by evil doers. You can see that some kidnappers were paraded recently. Information from them revealed that they have been using some of your members.
"I was once a driver like you. I used the money I got from driving to sponsor myself for HND at Ibadan Polytechnic, but I did not get desperate. All I’m saying is that being a driver you can make it in life. You will become what you want to become in life with hard work. Don’t join evil gang for you to get rich overnight, try and rise through the ladder like we did.”

According to He cautioned drivers against reckless driving, reminding them of the ‘don’t drink and drive’ rule. “Though I am part of you, if you breach the law, I won’t save or spare you. You will be arrested and prosecuted by the security agents,” he said.

Amnesty International has stated categorically that every adult has 100% ownership and right to her body and what she does with it, They are pushing for prostitution to be legalised around the world, with the condition that it should be criminalised when it involves “human trafficking for sexual exploitation” and children.

Marie Claire reports that the group have made their proposal which calls for the ‘decriminalisation of sex work’ and intends to ask its delegates  to vote for it. But an open letter, signed by more than 400 activists, human rights advocates and celebrities which include stars like Anne Hathaway, Lena Durnam, Kate Winslet and Meryl Streep, questions the issue of consent.

“By definition, sex work means that sex workers who are engaging in commercial sex have consented to do so,” the policy reads. The open letter refuses to agree with this statement, because they believe it would “legalize pimping, brothel owning and sex buying”, that it won’t protect prostitutes and would create “gender apartheid” favouring only sex workers who may choose to leave to leave the industry and hurt women who have no choice.

There is no official vote yet, but tomorrow, August 1, will decide how the voting will go. Meanwhile, the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women International (CATW) has launched a page, asking delegates to vote ‘NO’ to the decriminalisation of sex work. They have gathered over 4,500 signatures.

Credits: Marie Claire

This is indeed not the best of time for the chief medical director of the Federal Medical center Owerri, Dr Mrs Angela Uwakwemh. The hospital boss was sacked few days ago and the premises of the FMC went wild and agog with celebration.

The embattled ex CMD has been in the news of late over the running battle she was having with the staff of the hospital because alleged cases of nepotism, occultic practices within the hospital premises, high handiness and allegedly  enriching herself from the coffers of the medical center to the detriment of her staff.

See the party photos after the cut

At a point, the staff  of the center went on strike, demanding for her sack and from what we gathered, she was suspended on Monday this week to enable the investigative panel do their job without interference , an announcement that interpreted to mean that the thorn in their flesh have been sacked and that triggered off massive jubilation in the medical center and  the staff of the center went on dancing spree as the pictures below shows

 is reporting that it was so serious that they invited a DJ for  the sack party.