Thursday, 25 May 2017

How Nigerian Prophet predicted Manchester’s bombings in January + Warn Nigeria for August & September



Miss Sorrell Leczkowski....One of the Young victims of the Manchester bombings of May 22

While the world is still smarting from the shock of the Monday May, 22 Manchester Arena bombing of London—United Kingdom which led to the death of several people, new revelation by Asabeafrika.com reveals that a Nigerian born man of God and seer, Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan already predicted the bombing in a book he released in January 2017.
The renowned seer famously called “Nostradamus” by fans and lovers around the world,  predicted in his book “Revelation 2017” which was published on Saturday January 7,  2017 that “there will be bomb attacks in the UK”. He further warned on page 239 of the book which was allegedly sent to the UK embassy in Nigeria that “All borders and seaports need to be monitored and tightened”.

The David Jemibewon Exclusive 3: “I fear my children will hate me” + Why I built a school in my village



General David Medayese Jemibewon (CFR, mni)

In this third edition of our exclusive encounter with General David Medayese Jemibewon (CFR, Mni), the General shared many more of his fears, regrets and intention with your Africa’s Number 1 Celebrity Encounter blog, Asabeafrika.
The Iyah-Gbedde, Kogi State (North Central Nigeria) born elder statesman who claims not to have embezzled money in his service days in the army says he fears his children might hate him for choosing the path of paucity while  majority of his colleagues choose sumptuousness as a culture. 
General Jemibewon 77, who retired into education business as founder of Jemibewon International Academy—Iyah-Gbedde shared his new experience as an educationist with us.
Jemibewon is a former Governor of Western State of Nigeria under late General Murthala Mohammed’s regime between August 1975 and March 1976. He later became the first Governor of Oyo State after Oyo; Ogun & Ondo were carved out of the old Western States. He ruled Oyo under Obasanjo’s military regime between March 1976 and July 1978 before he was promoted as Adjutant General of the Nigerian Army towards the end of 1978.  He came back to limelight in 1999 when he was appointed Minister of Police Affairs under President Olusegun Obasanjo’s civilian regime, a position he held with transformative strides till year 2000.
Enjoy the excerpts in this third part of our encounter with the General.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

The David Jemibewon Exclusive 2: “What I know about the recent coup scare in Nigeria” + My disappointment with Ango Abdullai & the education system



General David Medayese Jemibewon (CFR, mni)

In this second edition of our exclusive encounter with General David Medayese Jemibewon (CFR, Mni), the General shared his fear for a Nigerian political elite that lacks objectivity and candor when political leadership is on the burner. The Iyah-Gbedde, Kogi State (North Central Nigeria) born elder statesman regretted ever fighting for the unity of Nigeria in the 30 months Nigerian civil war, claiming that, with the way things are going in the polity, the efforts of heroes past (which he is equally among) seems to be lost to the perils of now.
General Jemibewon 77, who retired into education business as founder of Jemibewon International Academy—Iyah-Gbedde, is equally angry with the rate at which mushroom universities without quality spring up in Nigeria despite the presence of a body like the National University Commission. On the imminent coup scare revealed by Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, General Tukur Buratai last week, Jemibewon, an old horse in the trade of stratagem gave his verdict to Asabeafrika. However, his response to the ramblings of Professor Ango Abdullai on the possibility of having Professor Yemi Osinbajo succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in the event of death in 2019 will shock you.
Jemibewon is a former Governor of Western State of Nigeria under late General Murthala Mohammed’s regime between August 1975 and March 1976. He later became the first Governor of Oyo State after Oyo; Ogun & Ondo were carved out of the old Western States. He ruled Oyo under Obasanjo’s military regime between March 1976 and July 1978 before he was promoted as Adjutant General of the Nigerian Army towards the end of 1978.  He came back to limelight in 1999 when he was appointed Minister of Police Affairs under President Olusegun Obasanjo’s civilian regime, a position he held with transformative strides till year 2000.
Enjoy the excerpts in this second part of our encounter with the General.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

The David Jemibewon Exclusive: “How our Generation messed Nigeria” + My ideal ‘Restructure’ Project




General David Medayese Jemibewon (CFR, mni)
General David Medayese Jemibewon (CFR, Mni) an elder statesman and one of the founding fathers of this great country is a former Governor of Western State of Nigeria under late General Murthala Mohammed’s regime between August 1975 and March 1976. He later became the first Governor of Oyo State after Oyo, Ogun & Ondo were carved out of the old Western States. He ruled Oyo  under Obasanjo’s military regime between March 1976 and July 1978 before he was promoted as Adjutant General of the Nigerian Army towards the end of 1978.  He came back to limelight in 1999 when he was appointed  Police Affairs Minister under President Olusegun Obasanjo’s civilian regime, a position he held with transformative strides till year 2000.
He is reputed to be the minister who created and institutionalized the Police Service Commission (PSC). Jemibewon at 77 has retired into teaching and child counseling with his new position as Rector,  Jemibewon International Academy Iyah-Gbedde—Kogi State, North Central Nigeria.
Last Thursday May 18, General Jemibewon who was on his way to Ekiti State for late General Adeyinka Adebayo’s funeral had a stop over at Ibadan to speak with your Africa’s Number 1 Celebrity encounter blog, Asabeafrika. The General who opened up to us in a two hours no hold barred exclusive at a recreation center in Bodija GRA made lamentations for his country Nigeria and equally put his own definition of the word ‘Restructuring’ in in the public domain. Take a seat with your favorite snack and drink as you enjoy the General David Medayese Jemibewon exclusive on Asabeafrika.

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Sunday Sermon: Aiye wa ti baje l’oju wa




Prophet MKO Tibetan, CCC, Elisha Parish (Europe & Nigeria)

Then the Lord said to Samuel: “Behold, I will do something in Israel at which both ears of everyone who hears it will tingle. In that day I will perform against Eli all that I have spoken concerning his house, from beginning to end. For I have told him that I will judge his house forever for the iniquity which he knows, because his sons made themselves vile, and he did not restrain them. And therefore I have sworn to the house of Eli that the iniquity of Eli’s house shall not be atoned for by sacrifice or offering forever”—1st Samuel 3:11-14

FrieslandCampina WAMCO declares profit despite blur economy at 44th AGM




Ben Langat, MD, FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC

At the 44th Annual General Meeting of FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC, Shareholders of the company unanimously approved its Annual Report and Accounts presented by the Board of Directors.
In a release specially signed by the Corporate Affairs Director, Mrs. Ore Famurewa and obtained by Asabeafrika, the company acknowledged a cheer mood after her Thursday May 18, 2017, at the Muson Center, Onikan, Lagos, as shareholders acknowledged the efforts of the Board of Directors and Management for their consistent performance despite the decline in economic activities and increased pressure on the Naira
Operating results and performance

The release stated that the company's commercial and financial performance remained satisfactory in spite of the harsh business environment. Turnover increased by 2.5 percent from N120.72 billion in 2015 to N123.75 billion in 2016. Profit Before Tax (PBT) however increased by 7.2 percent from N18.62 billion to N19.96 billion as a result of the twin impact of the modest growth in turnover and significant reduction in administrative costs.
Dividend 
The release further stated that the shareholders approved the Board of Directors' proposal of a total dividend pay-out of 75 percent of the Company’s PAT for the year under review, which is equivalent to N10.65 per N0.50 share. An interim dividend of N2.95 per N0.50 share was paid in November 2016, and a final dividend of N7.70 per N0.50 share was approved. 
Operations


From left: The Managing Director, FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC, Mr. Ben Langat; Chief Operating Officer, CPEMEA Royal FrieslandCampina, Mr. Roel van Neerbos; Chairman, FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC, Mr Jacobs Ajekigbe; and Chairman, Supervisory Board, Royal FrieslandCampina, The Netherlands, Mr. Frans Keurentjes at the 44th Annual General Meeting of FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC  held on May 18, 2017 in Lagos
According to the Chairman, Board of Directors, Mr. Jacobs Moyo Ajekigbe, OFR, “Though 2016 was a challenging year due to the prevailing economic climate, which impacted on the cost of production, raw and packaging materials sourcing; the Company recorded remarkable achievements in operational efficiencies, cost management and improved productivity across the supply chain systems with new investments in human capital development and facility improvements”.
“The Company made tremendous progress in its journey of continuous improvement in quality, ensuring that the high quality of the Company’s products is maintained throughout the value chain from grass to glass. This laudable pursuit of our Company was given credence in the course of the year with the achievement of Food Safety Systems Certification (FSSC) 22001” he noted.
 The Company held its position in the market during the year by raising the bar in distribution with extensive distribution network and coverage of sales outlets, whilst also reinforcing collaborative exchange with distributors to ensure continuous upgrade of their capability and skill sets for business sustainability and stability. The Company also created indirect employment for almost 1400 people via its route to market expansion.
The release stated that in 2016, FrieslandCampina WAMCO made significant progress in the development of the dairy sector in Nigeria and in the process provided a source of sustained income to almost 2000 farmers (including 900 women). One primary focus during the year was to improve on the quality of raw milk obtained from our local suppliers and this was achieved by putting in place an efficient quality improvement programme. The programme involved extensive training of the Fulani milk producers at the herd levels on how to hygienically handle and deliver quality raw milk to the milk collection centers, with emphasis on thorough follow-up on the implementation of quality procedures. 
Outlook 2017

From left: The Managing Director, FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC, Mr. Ben Langat; Chief Operating Officer, CPEMEA Royal FrieslandCampina, Mr. Roel van Neerbos; Chairman, FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC, Mr Jacobs Ajekigbe; and Chairman, Supervisory Board, Royal FrieslandCampina, The Netherlands, Mr. Frans Keurentjes at the 44th Annual General Meeting of FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC  held on May 18, 2017 in Lagos
The board of the company under Mr. Langat further stressed that “The country's real GDP growth is expected to rebound slightly, by about 0.8 percent, in 2017; although inflation is expected to increase marginally. Government is expected to adopt a number of measures such as increased capital expenditure and increased funding of the foreign exchange market to pull the economy out of recession, but the FMCG market will continue to come under pressure”. 
“While significant foreign exchange constraints, high inflation, milk price increase and low consumer purchasing power are likely to negatively impact the Company's sales and profitability in 2017, we are confident that we will continue to utilize our resources efficiently and manage our volumes and margins judiciously to ensure a long term sustainable position”.

How Prophet T.B. Joshua supported my Presidential Ambition in 2011 — Dele Momodu




Basorun (Dr.) Dele Momodu in a rare pose with Prophet T.B. Joshua as they both held a copy of Ovation International Magazine

In a new article published yesterday (May 20) in his PENDULUM column at the back of Thisday Newspaper and titled “OPEN LETTER TO PASTOR T.B. JOSHUA”, veteran celebrity publisher and founder of Ovation International Media Group, Basorun (Dr.) Dele Momodu has revealed for the first time how famous Nigerian Pastor, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) supported his presidential ambition in 2011 morally and financially. The well travelled publisher and elder statesman gave the hint on the background of a recent threat by the famous prophet to abandon Nigeria—his birth country and relocate to Israel over non-appreciation of his ministry by his country men
Chief Momodu who’s Ovation International Magazine has done few exclusive expose on the SCOAN founder and his family told the world what it means to be a friend of Prophet T.B. Joshua. Read the full details of the letter on your soar away Africa’s number 1 Celebrity Encounter blog, Asabeafrika. Enjoy!

Thursday, 18 May 2017

LAUTECH CMD is playing politics with our son’s death—Sen. Adeleke’s family




Late Senator Isiaka Adeleke with late Ooni Oba Okunade Sijuade (Olubuse II) Ooni of the Source

In a new new Press Release signed by Dr. Deji Adeleke, younger brother of late Senator Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke,  an APC gubernatorial aspirant in Osun state—South West Nigeria and present senator for Osun West Senatorial district, the family has jointly disowned the outcome of a recent autopsy carried out by the management of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital (LAUTECH). Senator Isiaka Adeleke aka Serubawon died in a mysterious circumstance on Sunday April 23rd  after returning from a funeral ceremony organized by an APC chieftain in Iwo town and other events around the state. His family led by his billionaire brother, Deji Adeleke had instructed LAUTECH management to carry out an autopsy to find out the cause of his death but it appears that the entire project has been hijacked by powerful political forces hence, the new position of the family. Read full details below.

How Household Enemies ruined my life—Billionaire, Godwin Anabor + How I met and interviewed Godwin Anabor




Chief Godwin Anabor and the last woman who married him, Dawn Amber Ballenberger from Germany

On Tuesday, January 20th, 2009,  I had a privileged encounter with Chief Godwin Anabor inside his massive mansion at Moshood Abiola Cresent, Ikeja, Lagos—South West Nigeria. The Chief who just got married to a German lady, Dawn Amber Ballenberger , 39, that morning,  gave me his first interview out of the registry. However, my first encounter with Chief Godwin Olusegun Anabor was sometime in year 2005 after the flirt scandal of his wife, Anthonia broke out. At the time, some of us, young society writers, had done stories that seems to put the billionaire publisher in bad light than his embattled wife. So a senior colleague (Mr. Kayode Fayemi now late) facilitated my encounter with Chief Anabor that fateful evening inside his Ikeja--Lagos mansion. I was a bit nervous and perplexed. I saw a lot of hefty looking guys lurking around Chief Anabor. It was a funny evening. I didn’t want to enter his living room because of those weird faces but the late Kayode Fayemi encouraged me to be courageous and do my job “Se okunrin ko ni e ni? Wole joor” he charged at me in his characteristic Omo Onile style. Yes, I was nervous because my page “Celebrity Gist” inside Hallmark Newspaper had published series of gist considered as ‘Negative PR’ for the chief. One of such stories was that the Chief had relapsed into the usage of hard drugs since he sent his wife packing after allegedly catching her with a younger lover at Omole Phase II estate one morning. And that the drug was fast eating into his vast wealth.

Sunday, 14 May 2017

Faces @ City People Publisher’s wife’s 50th birthday bash + Secrets you don’t know about Princess Olufunke Kehinde




Dr. Seye Kehinde with wife & two pretty daughters on wife's 50th birthday bash

On Saturday, February 25th, 2017, Princess Olufunke Kehinde, wife of the handsome publisher/CEO of City People Media Group, Dr. Seye Kehinde clocked 50. The event was marked at a premium venue around Agidingbi area of Ikeja—Lagos (South Western Nigeria) with friends, family and well-wishers calling in to wish the pretty looking civil servant a ‘happy golden jubilee’. Your Africa’s number 1 celebrity encounter blog, Asabeafrika brings you faces from the event. Take a sit and glance the album as you read the beautiful story of Princess Olufunke Kehinde.
Her gorgeous Birthday Cake

Sunday Sermon:BEWARE! + Why Nigerians suffer bad Leadership




Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan on the altar with his shepherds

“And the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed them up, and their house, and all the men that appertained unto Korah, and all their goods”. Number 16:32
Conspiracy just like cancer is deadly. Once it is allowed to breed, it will destroy every good thing in sight. Unless it is quickly nipped in the bud, its damage can be colossal. Korah, Dathan and Abiram’s decision to challenge the leadership and authority of Moses and Aaron was borne out of their ambition to be second generation leasers in Israel. Rather than wait for God’s time, they mislead about two hundred and fifty promising young men to challenge God. Consequently, they all died the same day.

Saturday, 13 May 2017

Royal Rumble: Ogundokun sues Oluwo over removal of chieftaincy titles + How Asabeafrika Predicted it…




The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Adewale Akanbi with his estranged godfather, High Chief Abiola Ogundokun
The purported vendetta and chieftaincy tussle ensuing between an Osun monarch, Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi and the former Publicity Secretary of the defunct National Party of Nigeria (NPN), High Chief Abiola Ogundokun has worn a new garment as Ogundokun headed to court to challenge the withdrawal of his chieftaincy titles by the monarch.

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Why we are angry with Oluwo—Iwo Ruling Houses Says ‘Oluwo can’t destroy our father’s legacy’



The Asiwaju Gbogbo Omo-Oba Iwo, Alhaji (Prince) Babatunde Kamilu-Arowolo with his Secretary, Alhaji (Prince) Ismael ECOMOG

The head of the ruling houses in Iwo land, (Asiwaju Idile Gbogbo) Omo-Oba, Alhaji Babatunde Kamilu-Arowolo in an emergency meeting with all princes of the royal houses in Iwo land told journalists some of the reasons why the royal princes are at logger head with the Oluwo of Iwo Oba Abdul Rasheed Adewale Akanbi and equally expressed reservation on ways forward for the town if Oba Abdul Rasheed Adewale Akanbi remains the Oluwo of Iwo. The emergency meeting which took place on Sunday, May 7, 2017 in Iwo town had the presence of eminent Nigerian politician and elder statesman, High Chief Abiola Ogundokun who was summoned to the meeting by the royal princes after the alleged kidnap of one Mr. Abdul Mojeed Agbaje Olawale aka Rondo-Rondo by the Oluwo, Oba Abdul Rasheed Adewale Akanbi (Telu 1).

How Oluwo of Iwo cheated on chieftaincy aspirants—Chief Abiola Ogundokun + Reveals dirty escapades of the Oluwo




High Chief Abiola Ogundokun in a world Press Conference in Iwo last Sunday, May 7, 2017

Last Sunday afternoon, your Africa’s number 1 Celebrity Encounter Blog, Asabeafrika was in the ancient city of Iwo to access the level of the crisis of influence and power ravaging the town. Since Sunday April 30 when the youthful Oluwo of Iwo, His Royal Majesty Oba Abdul Rasheed Adewale Akanbi (Telu 1) announced his stripping of eminent Nigerian and elder statesman, High Chief Abiola Ogundoku’s traditional and Islamic titles, the town has been divided alongside different opinions. However, it appears that the King is on his own as the body of Imams and the Royal ruling Houses have soon taken sides with the former National Secretary of the NPN party and a former PDP chieftain, High Chief Abiola Ogundokun, chiding the Oluwo for daring to cause political unrest by stripping the title bestowed on Chief Ogundokun over 40 years ago by his ancestors and the Islamic community. The Oluwo who has been enmeshed in several other scandals in his one year reign seems not to be getting over the issues at hand. So, why did Chief Ogundokun fell out with the Oluwo of Iwo? What are the issues that led to the fraction? This and many more Chief Ogundokun told Asabeafrika during a world press conference with the four ruling houses in Iwo on Sunday May 7. Enjoy the excerpts.