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1  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Nigerian Lecturer Gets Caught Pants Down with student on: 24-07-2010 12:46AM
If this video is really what I read about it, then there should be more of this type of disgrace for unprofessional lecturers. Nigerian Lecturer Gets Caught Pants Down in Ambrose Alli University. From what I read, this Ekpoma Engineering professor refused to pass a student unless she slept with him.


Click below to watch video...
viewers discretion is advised!!!!

http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/07/nigerian-lecturer-gets-caught-pants.html
2  Forum / The Buzz Central / Mike Adenuga To Fly In Beyonce For Daughter's Wedding In April on: 30-03-2010 10:12PM
One of Nigeria's richest men and owner of Globacom, Dr. Mike Adenuga Jnr., is supposedly flying in Beyounce Knowles to perform at his daughter, Bella's wedding to Jameel Disu.

Bella and Jameel's journey into matrimony would be a three day carnival. The first phase, which is the introduction ceremony, would come up on Saturday, April 10, 2010, at the Oko Awo Victoria Island home of the Adenugas. The engagement and white wedding would follow on Saturday, April 17th and Saturday April 24th, 2010 respectively.
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http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/03/mike-adenuga-to-fly-in-beyonce-for.html
3  Forum / The Buzz Central / I am dating Genevieve Nnaji - D'Banj on: 9-03-2010 05:55PM
You were spotted secretly and publicly at different places with Genevieve Nnaji and we heard you both are in some kind of relationship. Is this true?
D’Banj “Yes, yes, yes. We have been trying to keep this quiet but yes, I am dating Genevieve Nnaji.

Okay. We heard you recently featured her in your music video, ‘Fall in Love.’ Is this a publicity stunt or is it a real relationship?
D'Banj "This is all so funny because beyond the personal feelings I have for Genevieve, on the business side, she is the only one who represented what we were looking for to shoot the video. She represents Africa. She represents the African Queen. She is the biggest and was even profiled on the Oprah Winfrey Show. So it was a mixed feeling for me. She was the perfect person to use for the song ‘Fall in Love’. She even was my perception of someone you would want to fall in love with and have in your life. I believe the average African man wherever you are, if you want to think of whom you would want to fall in love with, if you close your eyes and take a deep breath, it’s Genevieve that will come to mind. So business-wise, she represented everything we were looking for to make the video."

You must have been looking at her whilst you were singing. Were you really telling her your feelings?
D'Banj "I am in love with Genevieve. It’s been long I felt this way about anyone. I don’t know what other words to use to qualify my feelings. But when you see the video, you will know that it’s not just a video, it was me talking to my girl for real.

So is this a marriage-headed relationship?
D'Banj "Like I just told you, Genevieve is my girlfriend. In fact, I don’t like using that word girlfriend. She’s my baby, she’s my every thing and I love her. We are both very mature and also very private. We would like to take it one step at a time right now and would appreciate if people will respect our need for privacy at this time.

When the news of this relationship hits the streets, we are sure you both know what will happen next. Are you ready for this?
D'Banj "Well, what can I say? Like I said, Genevieve is the biggest African star that I know and I am in the public eye, so it is to be expected. But I personally do not care about any news that wants to come out. I am proud of whom I am with. When I met Genevieve I knew what I wanted and I went after it and I am still with what I want and she’s the one I want. Right now the only woman in my life is Genevieve and she knows that. We want to be together and we don’t want to hide it any longer. I want to be able to take her out, walk into anywhere with her and not have to hide. I’ve found my kokolet, my woman. Please pray for us."
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http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/03/i-am-dating-genevieve-nnaji-dbanj.html
4  Forum / The Buzz Central / George Bush Claims To Be A Fan Of Nigerian Singer Darey Art Alade - Pic on: 24-02-2010 04:31AM
Nigerian singer Darey Art Alade is releasing his first US album in a matter of weeks, but that is not the news here. The gifted musician and pianist is already getting ready to mingle with America’s high and mighty. No, not just the Jay-Zs and Beyonces or Kanye Wests. How about dinner with former US president, George Bush, former US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice and maybe a breakfast meeting with President Obama?

More pics and detailed news
http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/02/nigerian-singer-darey-meets-george-bush.html
5  Forum / The Buzz Central / Introducing Peter Okoye's son, Cameron on: 19-02-2010 04:24PM
view more pics
http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/02/introducing-peter-okoyes-son-cameron.html
6  Forum / The Buzz Central / Kingsley Of Kc Presh Speaks On Recent Engagement - Pics on: 18-02-2010 10:21PM
"The ring I gave my fiancee is pure diamond (supposedly worth $20, 000). The date has not been fixed for the wedding yet but we have done our introduction. We did that in my fiancee's father's Okota home in Lagos this January.

The engagement was in Dubai, the choice was Dubai because I wanted to surprise her. I told her we were going to Dubai on holiday and we stayed at the tallest hotel in the world, the popular 7 star hotel in Dubai, Burj Al Arab Hotel. The hotel room rates starts from $1, 767. 66.

I hired a parachute for just the two of us and when we were about 40, 000 feet above sea level, I brought out the ring and asked her to marry me. She said yes. The time we spent in the parachute was a memorable one. When we returned to Nigeria, I bought her a car - a Honda Ridgeline - she deserves it.

My wife-to-be is beautiful but above that she's beautiful on the inside. She is brillant, intelligent, generous, and an understanding woman. She's so much fun to be with. Her name is Ijeoma Oduah and she's from Ogbaru LGA Anambra State and she's still a student studying mass communication. I love my woman and I am going to have a loud and classy wedding very soon." ~ Kingsley Okonkwo of KC-Presh
 
http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/02/kingsley-of-kc-presh-speaks-on-recent.html
7  Forum / The Buzz Central / D'banj Gets Chieftancy Title on: 17-02-2010 05:03PM
D’banj has officially become the Chief Oluoma 1 of Abayi Amaugwu, Osisioma Ngwa L.G.A autonomous community in Abia State.

”Oluoma 1 of abayi Amaugwu autonomous community in Abia state. New Feather added to my cap. Igbo Kwenu” D’Banj said in a post on his official Twitter page on Monday.

http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/02/dbanj-gets-chieftancy-title.html
8  Forum / Politics / The Nigerian Future Awards 2010 Winners on: 9-02-2010 05:02AM
After months of intense voting & waiting, the Future Awards 2010 is here. The Future Awards (under the umbrella The Future Project) is the biggest youth event in Nigeria. This year's award night happens to be the 5th edition of the award - poses to enpower the young Nigerian in practical ways especially towards entrepreneurship and value creation, with a 2025 target for the present cadre of young people to take over the direction of our country. 

The winners for the 2010 The Future Nigeria Awards are ,
Ify Aniebo- Young Person of the Year
Ify Aniebo- Best Use of Science
Mase (Wazobia FM)- On-Air-Personality of the Year (Radio)
Andre Blaze (Nigezie)- On-Air-Personality of the Year (TV)
Mr. Incredible, MI-Musician of the Year
Jesse Jagz- Music Producer of the Year
Sound City Blast- Magazine of the Year
Kemi Lala- Actor of the Year
Tolu Sangosanya (Dustbin Estate Children)- Best Use of Advocacy
Bade Adesemowo(Bincom)- Best Use of Technology
Debola Lewis(Yvent Couture)- Business Owner of the Year
Ruona Agbroko(NEXT)- Journalist of the Year
Fatima Zara Modibbo- Excellence in Public Service
Adekunle Samuel Owolabi- Creative Artist of the Year
African Youths Unite for Change- Team of the year
Linda Ikeji (Blackdove Communications)- Style Enterpeneur of the Year
Janet Dung- Sportsperson of the Year
Kenneth Yang (Finding Aisha)- Screen Producer of the Year 2010

Just like the Great Fela said, suffering and smiling. We Nigerians will never fail to appreciate what we have done, even at a worst situation. In the present state of affairs, when there is instability at the federal government level, the Nigerian people will continue to send the message that there is need for a change! Although I haven’t been a fan of the future award because I felt it is celebrated just within some group of people. But, with this 5th season, they have been able to prove that the award is growing with time.
http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/02/nigerian-future-awards-2010-winners.html
9  Forum / The Buzz Central / Nneka Performed @ David Letterman Show - Video on: 4-02-2010 02:32PM
Nigerian born hip hop and soul singer and songwriter, Nneka became one of the first break-out artistes to perform on The Late Show with David Letterman.

Nneka Egbuna, 28, appeared on the show yesterday as part of her ConcreteJungle Tour which began on January 27-it will also see her perform in 14 cities across the United States. The Late Show with David Letterman is an award winning American late night talk show, anchored by David Letterman, which features celebrity interviews and live band performances. The likes of Oprah Winfrey, Barrack Obama, Bruce Willis, Jay Z and Madonna have all made appearances on the show.

watch the inspiring video here
http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/02/nneka-performed-david-letterman-show.html
10  Forum / The Buzz Central / listen to The Pulse ft Busta Rhymes – Pray Sotey (Remix) on: 7-01-2010 08:55PM
“The Pulse, the music band made up of six talented youngsters: Dubem Ochokwu (band leader), Obianuju Udeh, Babatunde Omommeji, Moses Philips, Charles Nkamiang and Asuquo Okon, became the 2009 winners of Star Quest, the music talent hunt programme sponsored by Star lager.” allafrica.com

The Pulse is now signed to Kennis music. Nice song, Busta meshed his lyrics well into this inspirational track. The video for the remix is ready and should be out in a few weeks.

http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/01/video-premiere-banky-w-lagos-party.html
11  Forum / The Buzz Central / Joseph Yobo Weds Adaeze Igwe on: 2-01-2010 06:28AM
Super Eagles Vice Captain and Everton FC defender, Joseph Yobo and former Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria, Adaeze Igwe are married. They got married on New Year's day, January 1, at about 3.30 a.m. at the Evangelical Bible Outreach Ministries International (EBOMI) Prayer City, Jos, Plateau State.

The low-key wedding was attended by only a few close friends and family members of the couple and Plateau State Governor Jonah Jang and top government officials. Here's wishing them the very best.

Looking for wedding pix, as soon as I find it, will bring it here.

PS. If you doubt this story, go check out Adaeze's relationship status on Facebook.

http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/01/joseph-yobo-weds-adaeze-igwe.html
12  Forum / The Buzz Central / Sound Sultan Ft M.i – 2010 on: 2-01-2010 12:01AM
Happy New Year folks; welcome to 01/01/10. This is a very good song to start TwentyTen…  May God grant you all you heart desires as you work towards them in 2010. We will start the year off with a new tune from Sound Sultan called 2010; it only makes sense… LightupNaija ‘2010 dan come!‘
listen to the charming song here
http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/01/sound-sultan-ft-mi-2010.html
13  Forum / The Buzz Central / Pics Of Cute Rihanna Celebrating The Holiday In Barbados on: 1-01-2010 03:50PM
hmm

for more pics,
http://www.kennynaija.com/2010/01/rihanna-spends-holidays-in-bikini-in.html

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14  Forum / Politics / Real pictures of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab on: 28-12-2009 04:20AM
The word "Terrorist" and "Nigerian" in the same sentence almost sounds like an Oxymoron. Nigeria is a country with a not so good reputation worldwide. How do I know? Try traveling with a Nigerian passport versus traveling with the almighty BLUE passport. Many Nigerians are subjected to far more rigorous searches and ridicule at several airports because the country has been brandished globally as breeding mainly con artists, fraudsters, & "419'ers".


Nigerians love’love love’ to live life to the fullest which explains why it was once tagged the happiest country in the world back in 200,, not sure. In Nigeria, middle class is pretty much nonexistent. The Rich keeps getting mega rich and could barely figure out what to do with all the wealth they possess. Does that explain why a rich kid would want to blow up a plane? He has gotten everything he wants, got the best education, traveled round the world, and now, he wanted to bomb a plane. The people to whom we entrust to rule the country do nothing but swindle billions of dollars from the country and hoard them in banks all around the globe.

On December 25th, 2009, It was no longer the usual Nigerian scam artist story. The Breaking News revolved around a "Nigerian terrorist," “Nigerian bomber,” “Son of former bank CEO tried to bomb a plane.” Damn! It came as no surprise to me the level of shock exhibited by most Nigerians when this News broke. I mean what Sane Nigerian attempts suicide?? Let alone on U.S. soil?


I see it as a young man (whom I can't pronounce his name to save my life) who had been brainwashed into a dangerous ideology. All I saw was a young man who should be thoroughly evaluated on his mental state of mind. The real deal here is RELIGION. This is really just another situation where another innocent mind has been brainwashed by extremists into the ideology that the United States is somehow in a war against Islam.

Religion is a subject so touchy, so dangerous, and so deadly. So many wars and so many lives have been lost by something (religion) that is supposed to bring about world peace and unity. OH THE IRONY! I am no atheist/agnostic. I choose to believe in God for personal reasons but things like what occurred yesterday remind me of why I harbor no grudges whatsoever towards people who choose to be atheists.

The main stream media is either ridiculously ignorant or just plain evil. The way news is being portrayed sometimes leaves me wondering what exactly their agenda is. For example, "BREAKING NEWS .NIGERIAN MAN COMMITS TERROR." Why the emphasis on his Nationality? Why not "BREAKING NEWS, AN INSANE MAN PLANNED TO COMMIT AN ACT OF TERROR"?

People wonder why there is so much hate for the U.S internationally. It is because of images and messages as such that defame a whole nation that is constantly being portrayed in the U.S media.

http://www.kennynaija.com/2009/12/real-pictures-of-umar-farouk.html
15  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: 10 Tips for Approaching Single Women on: 27-12-2009 03:56AM
sometimes,, its good to read from a professional point of view
16  Forum / The Buzz Central / Top 5 Naija Rap Videos 2009 on: 27-12-2009 03:55AM
http://www.kennynaija.com/2009/12/top-10-naija-rap-videos-2009.html
17  Forum / Relationships & Romance / 10 Tips for Approaching Single Women on: 25-12-2009 03:49PM
What do you do when you see a woman you are attracted to? Do you run and hide? Do you use some canned line that you read on the Internet? Do you stand there in fear trying to think of the right thing to say? What is the right thing to do?

When approaching a woman, most guys make the mistake of thinking too much about what to say. They believe there's one magic line that will work in all situations. They rehearse this magic line, and when they deliver it, they hope the woman will become instantly attracted to them.

Unfortunately, rarely does this approach work -- because most of what you say is irrelevant. To catch a woman's attention, it is all about the confidence you display when approaching her.

Here are 10 surefire ways to intrigue her every time:
1. Observe something. Make a comment about something you observe in the environment. This is especially effective at the grocery store. For example, if she is ordering a turkey sandwich, ask her if the turkey is good here. Make your comment immediate to the situation and it will seem perfectly natural. No matter where you are, there is always something interesting to comment on.

2. Smile. This shows her that you are friendly and confident. A genuine smile not only feels good to you, but will put her at ease while creating openness in the interaction -- a requirement for building rapport.
 
3. Do not hesitate. If you hesitate in your approach, this tells her that you are not feeling confident -- an immediate turn-off. When you see her, walk over to her within a short period of time (the three-second rule). Show her you are a man who knows what he wants and goes after it.

4. Positive body language. If you approach hunched over with your head down, you are sending negative information about yourself, which makes you dead in the water before you begin. Stand up straight, with shoulders back and chest out, and use a firm yet relaxed walk.

5. Not too fast. If you walk over too fast, you could likely trigger her internal alarm. A calm, casual approach is usually the best way to make her feel at ease with you.

6. Keep eye contact. Never be the first to break eye contact when you approach. If you do, this sends the message that you are not feeling good about approaching. When you use strong eye contact, she will feel more drawn to you. With practice, you can master this.

Read complete list here
http://www.kennynaija.com/2009/12/10-tips-for-approaching-single-women.html
18  Forum / The Buzz Central / New Music - Ikechukwu, Kelly Hansome, Pitch Black, Rayce, Jahborne And Banky W on: 22-12-2009 10:25PM
 Here's the list of the major new songs that got a buzz below. LOL and if you're Igbo I have a feeling you'll love every entry today Smiley
Enjoy listening and leave your thought in the comments,
Enjoy & Share

Kelly Hansome - Cool Ya Temper

Ikechukwu - Now Is The Time ft. Don Jazzy & Critical ft. D'banj

Pitch Black Afro - Zonke Bonke

Fragrance - I Know

Jahborne - Testing Microphone & Leave Me

Rayce - Tolotolo

Banky W. - No Be Lie

Click here to listen
www.kennynaija.com
19  Forum / The Buzz Central / Nigeria, The Entertainment Hub Of Africa on: 22-12-2009 03:44PM
According to Tuface Idibia, “You are the one that is responsible for your own image. America is not going to start saying good things about Nigeria! Nigeria has to say good things about Nigeria!” No doubt, Nigerians are beginning to realize that they are responsible for their own image and they are beginning to reshape entertainment the way they want it to be. From the foundation when Nollywood was born in the 90s, the movie ‘Living in bondage’ gave birth to the Nigerian film industry. The positive response towards the movie made Nigerians realize that a new resource had just been discovered. Today, Nollywood movies are stocked and littered all over the African continent, the Caribbean, Europe
and spreading on a fast pace to other parts of the world. Three years ago, Nollywood was crowned the third biggest film industry, at a time that wasn’t anticipated. They are telling and showing stories other movie industries tagged as ‘unmarketable.’ Stories and lifestyles of the African people, the cultures and traditions of Africans that are irresistible, they have stand out to tell their stories.

The great Fela Kuti once said, ‘music is a weapon!’ Not just a weapon in fighting the corrupt and unstable politically crisis affecting most African nations, but also a weapon in creating employment, happiness and hope. No doubt, Nigeria is the entertainment hub of Africa. The year 2009 has ended with optimistic signs of a promising future of entertainment in Africa. The 2nd edition of MTV Africa award held in Kenya was another successful celebration of African music. The Nigerian music industry was one of the elements that gave birth to the unique award and many other successful music awards present in the continent. Nigerian Tu-Face Idibia made music history by becoming the first artist to win the Best African Act award at the 2005 MTV Europe Music Awards in Lisbon. Nigerian music is almost certainly the chief selling across Africa, with the likes of Kennis Music, Tuface Idibia, Storm Records, Naeto C, M.I, Cobhams, Nneka, Banky W, Darey, Asa, D’Banj,  MO’Hits family, P-Square, Olu Maintain and many others. The Legends of Nigerian music which some of them are still in the scene doing what they know best would always be remembered even by the upcoming African musicians. The legendry founders which includes, Fela and Femi Kuti, Lagbaja, Sade, Dr. Alban, Onyeka Onwenu, King Sunny Ade, and a few others are still a selling point today. The show ‘FELA!’ plays on Broadway in New York City and is being sponsored by Shawn 'JAY-Z' and Will & Jada Smith.

Have you ever wondered why almost every American musician, American products, China products, Britain, Russia, and other markets want to create Nigeria as a selling point? The answer is obvious that it is an upcoming international market. In the past years, the international media had misrepresented the Nigerian image globally. The music and movies are here to reshape and reconstruct the Nigerian image. Invest in Nigeria! The time has come.

read more and other related articles
http://www.kennynaija.com/2009/12/nigeria-entertainment-hub-of-africa.html



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20  Forum / The Buzz Central / Nigeria, The Entertainment Hub Of Africa on: 22-12-2009 03:41PM
According to Tuface Idibia, “You are the one that is responsible for your own image. America is not going to start saying good things about Nigeria! Nigeria has to say good things about Nigeria!” No doubt, Nigerians are beginning to realize that they are responsible for their own image and they are beginning to reshape entertainment the way they want it to be. From the foundation when Nollywood was born in the 90s, the movie ‘Living in bondage’ gave birth to the Nigerian film industry. The positive response towards the movie made Nigerians realize that a new resource had just been discovered. Today, Nollywood movies are stocked and littered all over the African continent, the Caribbean, Europe
and spreading on a fast pace to other parts of the world. Three years ago, Nollywood was crowned the third biggest film industry, at a time that wasn’t anticipated. They are telling and showing stories other movie industries tagged as ‘unmarketable.’ Stories and lifestyles of the African people, the cultures and traditions of Africans that are irresistible, they have stand out to tell their stories.

The great Fela Kuti once said, ‘music is a weapon!’ Not just a weapon in fighting the corrupt and unstable politically crisis affecting most African nations, but also a weapon in creating employment, happiness and hope. No doubt, Nigeria is the entertainment hub of Africa. The year 2009 has ended with optimistic signs of a promising future of entertainment in Africa. The 2nd edition of MTV Africa award held in Kenya was another successful celebration of African music. The Nigerian music industry was one of the elements that gave birth to the unique award and many other successful music awards present in the continent. Nigerian Tu-Face Idibia made music history by becoming the first artist to win the Best African Act award at the 2005 MTV Europe Music Awards in Lisbon. Nigerian music is almost certainly the chief selling across Africa, with the likes of Kennis Music, Tuface Idibia, Storm Records, Naeto C, M.I, Cobhams, Nneka, Banky W, Darey, Asa, D’Banj,  MO’Hits family, P-Square, Olu Maintain and many others. The Legends of Nigerian music which some of them are still in the scene doing what they know best would always be remembered even by the upcoming African musicians. The legendry founders which includes, Fela and Femi Kuti, Lagbaja, Sade, Dr. Alban, Onyeka Onwenu, King Sunny Ade, and a few others are still a selling point today. The show ‘FELA!’ plays on Broadway in New York City and is being sponsored by Shawn 'JAY-Z' and Will & Jada Smith.

Have you ever wondered why almost every American musician, American products, China products, Britain, Russia, and other markets want to create Nigeria as a selling point? The answer is obvious that it is an upcoming international market. In the past years, the international media had misrepresented the Nigerian image globally. The music and movies are here to reshape and reconstruct the Nigerian image. Invest in Nigeria! The time has come.

read more and other related articles
http://www.kennynaija.com/2009/12/nigeria-entertainment-hub-of-africa.html

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