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Meet the four Nigerian billionaire women who own private jets




There are more private jet owners in Nigeria than any other country in Africa. There are about 177 private jets in Nigeria currently, with Dangote and Oyedepo owning the highest number…four each. Out of the 177 PJ’s in Nigeria, four of them are owned by women. According to unconfirmed reports, these are the four women who own private jets in Nigeria…

1. Billionaire businesswoman – Mrs Folorunsho Alakija
2. Minister of Petroleum – Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke
3. Oil magnate and politician – Bola Shagaya (who bought hers very recently)
4. Daisy Danjuma, who reportedly got hers as a gift from her billionaire husband, Rtd Gen. Theophilus Danjuma.

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    October 2, 2014 at 5:52 pm

    The country with the highest numbers of private jet but no single national carrier, with the highest numbers of millionaires. We have big and classic vehicles yet no good roads! Is this nt the most inequal or unjust country in the world. They are flying while the remain of us uses the death trpas call road. But they will pay for it one day, sooner rather than later. The legend Bob Marley said” You can fool some people sometime but you can fool all the people all the time” we need to ask for our right, cos we ve leave so poor in the mist of so much.God help us.

  2. me

    October 2, 2014 at 8:11 pm

    What a country! The only country in the world where a cabinet minister aquires a private jet she couldn’t buy while she was not in govt. “The earth is of the Lord and the fullness thereof” the Holy book says so. God ll help Nigeria becos it is of the Lord.

  3. Bimbo

    October 2, 2014 at 10:07 pm

    It is one of their “transformation agenda”


    October 2, 2014 at 10:26 pm

    We have somany rich people all over Nigeria but yet we don’t have food to eat, how can a pastor have four private Jet and yet people in his church are looking for food to eat is that a true man of God? If the Government refuse to do our roads what about the big churches that we have today in our great country, why can’t they do the roads to help the poor people if really they are true Christians. Please I will advice this so called big pastors to give all their riches to the poor people for them to make heaven, I will like to advice the big and rich people in Nigeria to try and use their riches to help the poor people so that their days will be long,because one day everyone of us will go down and we will live all our riches and wealth behind, Be Wise My Good People Of God For The End Is Near.

  5. shimri

    October 3, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    Get one for ur self if u got the bar. They are balling, its their hustle fruit, so hustle hard u will get wr they are, they not the and wount be the last

  6. Majestic

    October 25, 2014 at 5:05 pm

    Inkan toba wu elenu lole fenu so

  7. Pandemo

    December 8, 2014 at 11:01 am

    Do not worry my people, just pray and do your little contribution, but vengeance is God`s and he will never fail to give justice at the time he choses. Just pray for the country and God answers prayers, you will laugh last

  8. Pandemo

    December 8, 2014 at 11:01 am

    Do not worry my people, just pray and do your little contribution, but vengeance is God`s and he will never fail to give justice at the time he choses. Just pray for the country and God answers prayers, you will laugh last

  9. kenny

    January 11, 2015 at 6:28 pm

    It is true that those occupying public offices should be make accountable for the flamboyant lifestyle they enjoy, especially in a country like Nigeria, where we have the richest senators and politicians in a country that is considered as one of the poorest in the world, but the truth is that you cannot blame that on the pastors, yes a spiritual leader should be charitable but you cannot take out your anger on a pastor because he is successful and others are not, tell me, will you rather be happy if this general overseers go around riding bicycles.

  10. kesco

    June 2, 2015 at 7:33 pm

    This made Nigeria the most foolish and hopeless country, why only 177? They should buy more! Umu idiot.

  11. amiable

    July 27, 2015 at 7:34 pm

    naaaaawaaaaaoooooo bt wat about ngozi okonji uwuella?

  12. Augusta marchand

    July 30, 2015 at 12:39 pm

    Folunsho Alakija got vers from IBBs bed!

  13. peter

    October 9, 2015 at 8:22 pm

    Except alakija others na our. National cake them take buy am. Idiots

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Come and enter government” – Desmond Elliot tells youth. (Video)



Come and enter government” – Desmond Elliot tells youth. (Video)


Nigerian lawmaker, Desmond Elliot has joined other Nigerian politicians in clamouring for regulation of social media.

The Lagos legislator and Nollywood actor, says Nigerian youths display rude behaviour on social media


In the video, the Actor-turned-Lawmaker called on the youth to get into Government if they are tired.

He said ;

Mr. Speaker, we need to adress certain things ;

The Nigerian Youth, The Social Media, The Social Influencers, All of these are making the narrative that we are seeing today, except we are joking with ourselves.

Social media is good but it has Negative impacts.

Let me thank you for condeming the killings and carnage that happened at Lekki. When i went through the comments i could not believe it Mr. Speaker, the curses, the abuses from children and i ask myslef, is this Nigeria ? What is going on?

Children cursing, people having the effontery to enter an Oba’s palace, hold the staff of office ? Culture is gone. Mr. Speaker, in the next 5 years, there will be no Nigeria if we don’t act now.

The youth is not only those who do the peaceful protest, but those who have looted and destroyed lives are also youths as well.

He also seized the opportunity to plead with Nigerian celebrities, social media influencers and motivational speakers to “tune down on the hate narrative.”

He said the youth have a constitutional means to change government and it is called the ‘PVC’.

He added ;

Go to the elections, if you are tired come and enter government. People are dying. The narrative must change.

See the clip below;

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Ugandan man slumps, dies ten days to his wedding



An Ugandan man, Raymond Steven Sekitayira slumped and died a few days to his wedding in Kampala.


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Information Nigeria gathered that Sekitayira, who slumped at his office, was rushed to IHK hospital where he gave up the ghost.

His death was announced by Rotaract Club of Nateete Kampala on Thursday morning.

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The wedding to his beau, Joy Nekesa was scheduled to hold on Saturday, November 7th, 2020 and the introduction ceremony was to hold on Saturday, October 31, at the bride’s family home.

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“With deep sorrow , we announce the passing of RAYMOND STEVEN Sekitayira, a Past President, Treasurer, SAA and many other hats wore while at the Rotaract club of Nateete Kampala. His impact will forever be felt among us. Heartfelt condolences go out to Friends and family.” the statement reads.

Friends and colleagues have taken to social media to mourn the deceased.

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Davido slams Desmond Elliot over calls for social media regulations



Davido slams Desmond Elliot over calls for social media regulations

Music entertainer, Davido, has slammed Lagos lawmaker, Desmond Elliot over his calls for social media regulation.

Information Nigeria recalls that Elliot, a Nollywood actor on Wednesday joined other Nigerian politicians in calling for the regulation on social media.

But, in a tweet on Thursday, Davido said all the memories Desmond Elliot gave him through his movies as a child has just been destroyed because of what he said about social media.

His tweet reads:

Desmond Elliot just destroyed all the precious childhood memories he gave us in movies



Elliot has earlier taken to Instagram to deny the allegation of being one of those pushing for an anti-social media bill to stifle free speech.

Reacting to the lawmaker’s denial of the allegation, a Twitter influencer and medical doctor, Dr Olufunmilayo challenged him to let the whole world see the video of what he said about social media regulation.


Watch video below:


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