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1  Forum / The Buzz Central / Complete List Of Winners At The Nollywood Movies Awards [PHOTO GALLERIES] on: 13-10-2013 10:33 AM


Nollywood Movies Awards, 2013 edition, took place at the newly launched Intercontinental Hotel in Lagos. The event was hosted by Nollywood actor Segun
Arinze and Dakore Akande. Surely, Kunle Afolanya's hot movie - Phone Swap - carried the day.

Full list of winners below:

1. Hoodrush
2. Journey to self
3. The Meeting
4. Phone swap
5. Udeme mmi
6. Mrs Somebody

1. Bayo Alawiye – The Gods are still not to blame
2. Gabriel Afolayan – First Cause
3. Iyke Adiele – Broken
4. OC Ukeje – Hoodrush
5. Moses Armstrong – Udeme mmi
6. Wale Ojo – Phone swap

1. Rita Dominic – The Meeting
2. Nse Ikpe Etim – Mr & Mrs
3. Mercy Johnson – Dumebi
4. Funke Akindele – Maami
5. Bimbo Akintola – Hoodrush
6. Uche Jombo – Mrs Somebody

1. Imeh Bishop Udoh – Udeme mmi
2. Akin Lewis – Heros & Zeros
3. Bimbo Manuel – Broken
4. Gabriel Afolayan – Hoodrush
5. Afeez Oyetoro – Phone swap
6. Bob Manuel Udokwu – Adesuwa

1. Ngozi Ezeonu – Adesuwa
2. Barbara Soky – Bridge of Hope
3. Ada Ameh – Phone swap
4. Chelsea Eze – Hoodrush
5. Mary Chukwu – Broken

1. Ekere Nkanga – Kokomma
2. Wole Ojo – Maami
3. Segun ‘Lanko’ Ogunremi – Odasan
4. Imeh Bishop Udoh – Udeme mmi

1. Tope Brass – Odasan
2. Belinda Effah – Kokomma
3. Obonganwan Bennet-James – Udeme Mmi
4. Funke Akindele – Maami

1. Udeme mmi
2. Odasan
3. Maami
4. Kokomma

1. Mildred Okwo – The Meeting
2. Lancelot Imasuen – Udeme mmi
3. Dimeji Ajibola – Hoodrush
4. Kunle Afolayan – Phone swap
5. Tope Oshin Ogun – Journey to self

1. Paul Apel – Mr & Mrs
2. Yemi Jolaosho – Phone swap
3. Victor Ehi-Amedu – Adesuwa
4. Dimeji Ajibola – Hoodrush
5. Okey Benson – The Meeting
6. Kunle Adejuyigbe – Journey to self

1. Obi Emelonye – Last flight to Abuja
2. Semiu Adewuyi – Kokomma
3. Carl Raccah – Journey to self
4. Olukunle Adegbite – The Gods are still not to blame
5. Alex Njuguna – The meeting
6. Dimeji Ajibola – Hoodrush

1. Alfred Chia – Heros & Zeros
2. James Costello – Last flight to Abuja
3. Shalom Uyi Enabulele – Broken
4. Yinka Edward – Phone Swap
5. Jim Bishop – The Meeting
6. Byron Ene – The Gods are still not to blame

1. Tunde Babalola – Maami
2. Mildred Okwo/ Tunde Babalola – The Meeting
3. Rita C Onwurah – Udeme mmi
4. Dimeji Ajibola – Hoodrush
5. Tchidi Chikere – Dumebi
6. Kemi Adesoye – Phone Swap

1: Jaiye Owolabi – The Gods are still not to blame
2. Titi Aluko – Phone swap
3. Ekene Okoye Mpon: Kiss and the brides
4. Yolanda Okereke/ Aminat Olateju – Journey to self
5. Wanger Ayu/ Rosaline Ijejem – Mr & Mrs
6. Iyen Agbonifo – Adesuwa

1. Temisan Etsede – Adesuwa
2. Touch of Glamour/Tobi Jeje- Phillip & Korede Olowoyo – Journey to self
3. Tracy Iyoha – The Gods are still not to blame
4. Jennifer Alegieuno – The Meeting
5. Olivia Obasi – Broken

1. Pat Nebo – Phone swap
2. Adeoye Bakare – Heros & Zeros
3. Hilary Patrick – The Meeting
4. Sango B’ Song – Last flight to Abuja

1. Truth – The Meeting
2. Luke Corradine – Last flight to Abuja
3. Patrick Mathias – Hoodrush
4. Slam – Udeme Mmi
5. Truth – Phone swap
6. Oludare Olateju – The Gods are still not to blame

1. Man on Ground
2. Alaalo
3. Turning Point
4. The past came calling
5. Secret past

1. Unspoken
2. 15 Minutes
3. Epitaph
4. Ogondah
5. Blink
6. Till Death do us apart

1. OC Ukeje – Hoodrush
2. Ifeanyi Kalu – Kokomma
3.Bobby Obodo – Mrs Somebody
4. Uti Nwachukwu – In the cupboard

1. Linda Ejiofor – The Meeting
2. Belinda Effah – Kokomma
3. Ijeoma Agu – Hoodrush
4. Rachel Isaac – Daisy
5. Tehila Adiele – Broken
6. Tess Abubakar – In the cupboard

1. Ayomide Abati – Maami
2. Adeola Faseyi – Married but living single
3. Regina Ojeogwu – Wave of Glory
4- Obiora Samuel Olife – Broken Silence

Kunle Afolanya's Phone Swap
2  Forum / The Buzz Central / Why Okorocha’s Birthday Reception In Abia Was NotAllowed To Hold – Gov. OrjiThe Abia State Governmen on: 13-10-2013 10:09 AM

The Abia State Government has
denied being behind the alleged cancellation of the birthday reception in
honour of Governor of Rocha Okorocha of Imo State at the Abia State
Polytechnic, earlier on Saturday saying “it will not be drawn into
unnecessary matters with Imo state government over mundane issue.”
The clarification
comes on the
heels of a report by a national daily that Abia State Governor, Theodore
Orji purportedly ordered that the birthday reception should not hold in the
state because it was a ploy by Mr. Okorocha to launch the recently
registered All Progressives Congress, APC, in the Abia.
The report was however, debunked by the Chief Press Secretary to the Abia
Governor, Ugochukwu Emezue, who said Mr. Okorocha planned to launch
a pet-project called ‘Imo Rescue Mission’ at the Abia State Polytechnic
without the consent of the institution’s authorities.
He also said that the police in the state were not duly informed of the
planned programme.
The Abia governor’s spokesman said contrary to speculation, his principal
and Mr. Okorocha enjoy a cordial relationship but advised that rather
than launch his pet project in Abia State, he should have done same in Imo
State, where he is governor.
Mr. Emezue also noted that the state would do whatever it takes to prevent
the incursion of political thugs from Imo State into Abia to disrupt the
peace there.
3  Forum / The Buzz Central / 17 Fake NYSC Members Arrested: 9 Males, 8 Females on: 13-10-2013 09:58 AM

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC)
has arrested total of Seventeen fake members of the National Youth Service Corps
They were rounded up and arrested at the NYSC Orientation Camp in Kubwa,
Abuja, on Thursday evening while they were posing and taking pictures outside the
camp during the passing-out ceremony.
The ICPC, in a statement, said its operatives stormed the camp based on
intelligence reports and arrested the suspects comprising eight females and nine
It said preliminary investigation revealed that 15 of the suspects claimed to have
enrolled in degree courses run by consultancy services in the University of Calabar
(6), University of Jos (6), Ebonyi State University (1), Federal University of
Technology, Owerri (1) and Crown Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti (1).
Another suspect, a young man, impersonated his sister, a genuine corps member
who was receiving medical treatment abroad, in order to collect her discharge
One of the fake corps members, the commission noted, never attended any
university, but said she wanted to get an NYSC discharge certificate.
Employers, parents and guardians have thus been warned to confirm from the
NYSC if they were suspicious of any person submitting call-up letters, posting
letters, discharged and exemption certificates.
4  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Man Lifts 50Kg Bag Of Rice With His Teeth [PHOTO] on: 13-10-2013 07:53 AM
Quote from: Olamide773 on 13-10-2013 07:44 AM

A man named Rasaq Foluku was recently on the Toni Payne show, and he came to
show his ‘superpower’.
5  Forum / The Buzz Central / Man Lifts 50Kg Bag Of Rice With His Teeth [PHOTO] on: 13-10-2013 07:44 AM

A man named Rasaq Foluku was recently on the Toni Payne show, and he came to
show his ‘superpower’.
6  Forum / The Buzz Central / Education Sector Being Saved From Total Collapse By Strikes– NASU on: 13-10-2013 07:28 AM
Contrary to the
general belief
that strikes and incessant disruption of academic calendar have been
responsible for declining educational standards in the country, the Non-
Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) has said, strikes are rather
saving the educational sector from total collapse.
The General Secretary of NASU, Comrade Peters Adeyemi said strike was
the only industrial tool that has been useful in getting the government to
partly live up to its responsibility.
He said benefits currently being enjoyed in the tertiary education sector
have been as a result of the strikes that were considered to have plagued the
He cited as example, the N130 billion the Federal government released
recently for infrastructure and allowances through the Chairman of the
Needs Assessment Implementation Committee, Benue State Governor
Gabriel Suswam.
“The government had already pledged to release N400 billion for
infrastructure since 2013; N100 billion for four years. But if not for the
ongoing strike, they would not have released the first N100 billion. Why
does the government have to wait for strikes to even start implementing
any part of an agreement?” Adeyemi asked.
He added that although NASU was not on strike, but that the salaries of its
members have not been paid for several months and that that was the
reason some local chapters embarked on strike.
He noted that the union was currently restraining itself, but could not
understand why its members’ salaries were being withheld.
Justifying the ongoing ASUU strike, he blamed the government for the spate
of strikes in the tertiary education sector, adding that sometimes the stance
of government negotiators left much to be desired.
“Government negotiators have to know their onions; they must know the
capacity and limitation of government. But if, on behalf of government,
they entered into an agreement to provide N1.3 trillion, then the
government is bound by that agreement,” he said.
Adeyemi said, “N130 billion is a lot of money, but is that what they said
they will provide in the agreement? When you know you are not in
position to do something, you should not promise to. You cannot have an
agreement, then after three years come back and say you want to
renegotiate that agreement.”
NASU/FGN 2009 agreement was also due for renegotiation, he said, but
noted that the agreement has not been fully implemented.
On why NASU decided to return to the Nigeria Labour Congress fold after it
pulled out in protest during the 2011 National Delegates Conference,
Adeyemi explained that the decision was taken because of the need to
reinvigorate the labour movement in Nigeria.
“The labour movement is one where you have to fight for your rights to get
it, so you need harmony. We can work together to enhance policies and
strategies of engagement for more effectiveness and repositioning of the
movement,” Adeyemi explained.
He added that the return of NASU into NLC was without conditions.
7  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Photos: Man Hacks Off Infected Leg With A Saw Because He Could NotAfford Hospital Bills on: 13-10-2013 07:23 AM

A man hacked off his own leg using only a metal saw, a small fruit knife and a
back scratcher wrapped with a towel because he couldn’t afford hospital bills.
8  Forum / The Buzz Central / Nollywood actress, Chacha Eke poses with her new bornchild on: 13-10-2013 07:21 AM

Stunning Actress, Chacha Eke Faani shared photos of herself posing with her new
born child.This is barely 3 weeks she gave birth and she lost all the baby weight
already…impressive… Cute baby