Friday 27 May 2016

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Sue Former Bodyguard for $30 Million

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s former bodyguard, Steve Stanulis, has been going around to various media publications and selling a ‘story’ about how he was fired for talking to Kim on the job and making Kanye jealous of their interaction.

Kim and Kanye say the story is a complete lie and are now suing Steve for $30 million based on the provisions in the confidentiality agreement he signed. In his agreement, it states that if he talks he faces an automatic $10 million lawsuit and they believe he spoke to at least 3 outlets.

They’re also demanding a full retraction of everything he said.

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Khloé Kardashian yet again Files for Divorce from Lamar Odom

Now that Lamar Odom is fully recovered and off on his own, Khloé can proceed with the divorce as planned before Lam nearly killed himself last year.

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Lagos State Government Starts Online Registration of Unemployed

The Lagos State government has started online registration of jobless people to enable it develop appropriate intervention programmes.

The exercise, under the auspices of the Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment, will also provide data and profiles of jobless youths, with a view to training them.

Ekiti State Workers To Embark on Strike Over Unpaid Salaries

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has directed civil servants in Ekiti State to begin an indefinite ‘stay at home’ strike today. Similarly, the Chairman of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) in Ekiti State, Kolawole Olaiya, has said that the inability of the Governor Ayo Fayose administration to pay workers’ salary is an indication that ‘Ekiti has become a failed state’.

In a joint statement signed by NLC Secretary, Comrade Olayemi OJP, JNC Secretary Blessing Oladele and TUC secretary Adebayo J. A, the Organised Labour reminded Fayose of the 48 hours’ ultimatum given to him to pay all deductions and five months salaries which expired yesterday.

Buhari Set to turn to GEJ Man to tackle Niger Delta Crisis

The resurgence of militancy in the Niger Delta region has been a source of worry to many Nigerians – The issue has been in the front burner in the polity for a while now – President Muhammadu Buhari seem to have found a way to resolve the issue If the report by Leadership newspaper is anything to go by, the managing director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) and first Presidential Adviser on the Amnesty Programme, Timi Alaibe, may return to the post. A source in the presidency squealed that that President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised to bring back Alaibe who has huge influence in the Niger Delta region.

Alaibe is credited with reconciling, rehabilitating and reintegrating ex-militants into the society after they laid down their arms in 2009.