Monthly Archives: February 2015

Revealed: Segun Runsewe’s Smear Campaigns Against NTDC Boss, Sally Mbanefo (reasons he wants her out at all cost)


Barely 24-hours after the Director-General of the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation celebrated her 50th birthday in Lagos some documents were released into circulation alleging some fraudulent practices against the woman, a plot which is later discovered to be the orchestration of Mbanefo’s predecessor, Otunba Segun Runsewe.
Sources revealed to papermacheonline that this is not the first attempt of Runsewe to discredit the activities of his successor whom he thought was unfit to replace him.

Ajimobi Sacks Wife’s Aides Over Election Gossips

Oyo State Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi in a rare display of anger has sacked two aides attached to his wife over an allegation tagged ‘backbiting’ which is considered to be bad for the image of whoever is working closely with the First Lady.

Papermacheonline gathered that the main act in the gossip drama is an aide of the Oyo State First Lady, Mrs Florence Ajimobi called Lape.

Lape is claimed to be the closest to the First Lady and enjoys all the perks that come with her high office in cash and in kind before the ugly incident that axed her from her high office.

Me, D’banj and Don Jazzy : How The Cookie Crumbled by Azuka Ogujiuba

Do I even say that everything happened by sheer providence? I met D’banj and Don Jazzy about nine years ago through Dumebi Kachikwu who introduced me to these two burgeoning artistes then. When Kachukwu called me, l told him l was on a three-month maternity leave and that l would give him my colleague’s number to call so he could assist him with whatever they wanted to do. He insisted he wanted me on board; that D’banj and Don Jazzy would meet me at home or where ever l wanted. Bewildered but I braved the odd somehow. I told him l couldn’t leave my house because my baby was pretty young and was still breastfeeding. However, l probed a little further why Kachikwu wanted me to do an interview with them at all cost which in my modest submission, anyone in my office could as well prosecute. And I still have a strong presence of mind, don’t mind me, I just don’t forget certain things. These were his exact words: ‘These guys are stars, they are going to big mark my words’ and l asked: ‘Which star? Nobody knows these your emergency stars o.’ l remarked jocularly. Kachukwu insisted that they were stars and would be big soon in the Nigerian entertainment industry. Well, as a Christian, I know what the Bible says of our humble beginnings.

Wole Arisekola Is The New AOMPN Chairman

Bowale Wole Arisekola, the publisher of Street Journal magazine  has just been named the Chairman of the Association of Online Media Practitioners of Nigeria.

Arisekola started his Streetjournal Magazine many years ago in Dublin in the Republic of Ireland with contents in unbiased reporting and fairness in journalism with day-to-day reportage on Africans and the welfare of Nigerian in Europe.

Street Journal magazine became an online portal 10 years ago with focus on daily news in Politics, Education, Society, Business, Sports, Entertainment and others. It is known not only to celebrate achievers, it also lends its voice to the cries of the needy and  neglected people in the society.

Crisis Hits Yayi’s Camp As Campaign Chief Dies Of Poisoning (family alleges ‘internal connection’)

The ambition of lawmaker, Honorable Olalekan Adeola Solomon to represent the people of Lagos West in the Senate has been dealt a major blow barely some days after a violent clash on the streets of Lagos that left many of his supporters wounded with the recent death of one of his strongest backers who died of poisoning.

Afariogun Abiodun, an APC stalwart and the co-ordinator of Honorable Olalekan Solomon’s campaign in Amuwo-Odofin Local Government died some days ago in a circumstance which his family termed internal connection.


Pop star, Tuface Idibia has been trying all his best to dispel the ugly rumour threatening his two-year-old marriage to  Annie Idibia.

The singer was spotted at the 355 Lounge, Victoria Island, Lagos a night after the controversial picture linking him in a fresh romance with one of his ex-girlfriends was released. The artiste was seen posing for a photograph while proudly flashing his wedding ring at the MTV Base roundtable #chooseorlose forum in the company of his  friend and colleague, Sound Sultan.

The Oyo State Governorship Debate: the drama, the surprise, the revelations (why Akala shuns political debates)

Prior to the SPLASH FM political debate, the Radio Nigeria had a debate for all the contestants for the Oyo State governorship race where Senator Rasheed Ladoja and Chief Bayo Alao-Akala were conspicously absent. A message which came from Senator Ladoja was read to the audience where he cited that he heard that serious contenstants would not be present while Akala claimed he got the notice late and was on his way to Oke-Ogun for his campaign.

During the debate a lot of drama played out and the State Governor while answering to some of the questions directed at him alleged that ‘Akala stole 4billion naira pension funds’, a statement many would have wished the former Governor to be present to defend. A lot of people believed that Chief Akala intentionally avoided the debates  because his PR handlers believe he had nothing to say to absolve himself from a lot of allegations against him thus advising him to avoid the debate which may affect some of his chances in the election.

So, Tuesday, 3rd February afforded governorship candidates of the different political parties vying for the governorship position of Oyo State another opportunity to tell the people what they have to offer.

The event was the Governorship Debate organized by Ibadan’s first private radio station, Splash 105.5 FM and the venue was the International Conference Center of the University of Ibadan.
While Governor Abiola Ajimobi of the All Progressives Congress, Senator Rashidi Ladoja of the Accord Party, Senator Teslim Folarin of the People’s Democratic Party and Engr. Seyi Makinde of the Social Democratic Party were all in attendance, Otunba Adebayo Alao-Akala of the Labour Party was absent. Akala had sent a message online that he had planned a campaign rally for the Oke Ogun area of the state before the date for the debate was fixed. He apologized for his unavoidable absence.