List of Top Eligible Nigerian Bachelors 2021

First you may or may not have heard their names before, they are not your regular celebs, but if you know Nwaosu of the former or Jide of then you might know them.

List of eligible Bachelors

Gej Mgbenka Ifeanyi OkijaAmaka (Over eligible. He has been promising us that he will marry in 2020 since 2015 and we are in 2021 now, I don’t know if he wants to ever get married)

Otunba Joe Adediji (Very very eligible, it not like he is not rich o… we don’t know what he is waiting for)

Oluwadamilare Damizille Bakare (If this one doesn’t marry by this time next year, we will crown him priest because no hope again)

Oscar Frank (We give this one till end of the year), he runs

Larry Frank (By end of next year you are not married, we will give you a wife)

Theodore Nwangene (You have till end of this year)

Samuel Gilbert (Immediately Theodore gets married you are next…. all those Enugu girls will be on your eye)

Samuel Adeniyi

Me I have sown the agbada i will wear to your wedding, you have 2 months to marry. I also have a new suit ready incase you decide to do the white wedding.

Victor Oforji You encouraged us to go and get married and you are still single, no be juju be that. You must marry this year bro.

Inengisa Opuada

Baba what are you waiting for na? Abi you wan be like GEJ.

You can add others eligible names you know via the comment, I can assure you they will see their names, if this doesn’t motivate them what will?

List Of Top Illuminati Pastors In Nigeria

List Of Top Illuminati Pastors In Nigeria

Illuminati in Nigeria is such a big thing this days, not only are people joining up like they are joining the army
during the Nigerian Biafra civil war. Many have taken it to be their business, a new Yahoo Yahoo venture.
List Of Top Illuminati Pastors In Nigeria

Truth is despite the many numerous adverts on blogs and forums including social media 80% are all fake. Illuminati don’t beg people to join rather they approach you that’s why ‘how to join the Illuminati’ is a good read.

Many Nigerian pastors are in this order, ever wondered why that poor man that find it difficult to eat suddenly becomes a pastor and start rocking the latest car ever to hit the shores of Naija? Or that pastor you know that doesn’t have much member, but suddenly miracles start happening and the church start filling up and money start coming. Well that is Illuminati at work.

Recently rumor have it that Nigerian pastors are among the front runners when it comes to Illuminati in Africa. But who are they? 

Below are the list of unconfirmed Illuminati pastors in Nigeria

1. Prophet TB Joshua : It was said he some how disobeyed the Illuminati order hence that attact on his Synagogue church that killed many people.

List Of Top Illuminati Pastors In Nigeria
2. Pastor Chris Oyakilomi : The senior man of Christ embassy is another Naija Illuminati member. It was rumored that the Illuminati caused a rift between him and his ex wife Anita which led to their divorce how exactly we do not know.

3. Rev Father Mbaka
Mbaka is well known in Nigeria, in fact he is a house hold name in the East of Naija, The account although unconfirmed have it that he joined Illuminati long before he became famous. The Jonathan fiasco was what he was told to do.

4. Pastor Enoch Adeboye

The RCC boss is another that is reportedly in the Illuminati order, he did a lot of things to be where he is among which having to sacrifice dead people from the mog for an annual ritual. 

5. David Oyedepo

List Of Top Illuminati Pastors In Nigeria
Winners is a notorious church, especially in dressing and grooming, where the females allegedly wears trousers to church, according to the Illuminati directives.

6. Lazarus Muoka 

The Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Church Boss, is a strong man when it comes to certain certain, it was said that when he joined the Illuminati, he was asked to change his name from his original to Lazarus, the reason do not know. 

This are the Illuminati pastors in Naija. 

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NOTE: nothing here is confirmed, except that they are pastors and are based in Nigeria. Their Illuminati membership are all strong rumors which might be false or true, this is a conspiracy theory, hence nothing is certified confirmed.

Naija Richest Spinster Linda Ikeji Blast Marriage Critics

Naija Richest Spinster Linda Ikeji Blast Marriage Critics

Arguably the richest unmarried Nigerian lady Miss Linda Ikeji of the linderikeji blog is at it again, this time she has hit back at marriage critics.

Although it is good to talk back and defend one self miss Linda may have “over talked”. Judging from what she was rumoured to have written on her twitter handle. Read below

” At least i can adopt 10 children, provide for them and buy a husband sef.”

Well well Linda you better watch because some men are not happy.

Akwa Ibom State Ex Gov Victor Attah May Go To Jail

Evidence has emerged detailing what went wrong with Econet wireless > v mobile > celtel > zain and the roles Nigerian Governors played, that caused the collapse of this company.

James Ibori and Victor Attah all former of governors of Delta and Akwa Ibom state respectively allegedly took part in this shocking money laundering ops, that took one to prison.
Hear Strive Masiyiwa the Executive Chairman & Founder of the Econet Group.
Beware the company you keep
The state government of Akwa Ibom held 15% of the equity in Econet Wireless Nigeria. This state was not one of the original investors but joined us later.
After five years, the governor of the state of Akwa Ibom decided to sell its stake. It had more than doubled in value in dollar terms, which meant it had been a good investment.
The state governor, an elderly gentleman called Victor Attah, sent a message through a friend that he wanted to see me in London to find out if I was interested in exercising Econet’s right to buy its shares. I agreed to meet him in London.
“I want to sell the shares to build an airport before I leave office,” the governor explained.
The governor was accompanied to the meeting by a British lawyer who sat quietly taking notes. His name was Bhadresh Gohil.
money or something else stacked like this?

With a wave of his hand, the governor said, “Mr Gohil is our legal advisor here in London. I have instructed him to handle all our negotiations with you.”
The meeting did not last more than 30 minutes, as the governor was on his way to catch a flight to the U.S.
We agreed with Mr Gohil that we would meet with my own advisors a few days later to start the process.
A few days later, I went to his office with a professional banker who advised me on such transactions. We met in the lawyer’s plush London offices. He was confident and smooth-spoken as he explained how much we were expected to pay. Then he explained that our money was to go to a “Special Purpose Vehicle” (SPV) before it was transferred to Nigeria. It was a sophisticated structure and he showed me a drawing of how it would work. I wrote it all down very carefully into my notebook.
___Such corporate entities as SPVs can definitely have legitimate purposes, but this one did not!
As I quizzed him about why such an unusual structure was necessary, Mr Gohil changed tact and tried to entice me with an offer I could not refuse (or so he hoped): “I’m also the advisor to the governor of Delta State, Mr James Ibori, and if you agree to pay for these shares using this structure, we will offer you shares belonging to all the state governments. In total, you can have more than 30% additional shares. It will be enough to take control of the company. My clients just want out, and they are willing to give you what you have always wanted.”
I listened to him, quietly taking notes in my small notebook. I did not give away anything, but inside I was very angry. From the design of the structure, I knew immediately that it was meant to siphon off money before it reached the state governments. It was clear there was a conspiracy to steal a lot of money.
___Having already pocketed $13.5m, now the government officials could easily pocket probably another $100m through the sale process that they had developed with the help of Mr Gohil and other clever advisors in London! 
When I left the meeting I immediately contacted the mutual friend who’d set up the governor’s meeting. The friend was so embarrassed as I explained the corrupt structure clearly designed to steal money from the state governments. He promised to raise the issue with Governor Victor Attah. A few days later he came back and said Governor Attah had claimed ignorance about the proposal put to me by Mr Gohil. He said he would speak to Mr Gohil and tell him it had to be done properly without the structures.
We never heard from them again. Mr Gohil simply vanished. A few months later we were told that the shares had been offered to a company from the Middle East who subsequently bought them. I was not privy to how they did it except that they had violated my right to buy the shares… That is another chapter in the saga, but not for now.
Fast-forward three years, long after the sale. Our lawyers in London called me one day and asked if I could come urgently to a meeting with the Proceeds of Corruption Unit of the London Metropolitan Police: “You are not in any trouble, but I think you will find what they have to say very interesting!”
This special unit was launched by the British to investigate corruption by foreign government officials who try to launder stolen money to the U.S. and the UK. 
The officers asked me to explain everything I knew about the sale of V-Mobile shares to Celtel (later Zain). 
I explained the history of the entire transaction and the shareholders disputes that had led to our departure. After awhile, they asked me to focus on specific events, and, in particular, my meetings in London with the governor of Akwa Ibom, and also the meetings with Mr Gohil. It became clear to me that they had a lot of information!
“What can you tell us about this structure, using a Special Purpose Vehicle?”
I explained my understanding of it. Later on, I gave them my diary in which I had recorded the details of my meeting that day with Mr Gohil.
Below my drawing of the structure, I had written in bold letters:
“This is corrupt!!!” 
Not long after my meeting with the Proceeds of Corruption Unit, Mr Gohil was arrested together with one of his partners and several others. I later learned that when the Middle Eastern company bought the shares, some of the proceeds had been diverted using the Gohil structure. Some of the money was sent to a bank in London. This large amount of money was enough to alert the British authorities that money was being laundered through their banking system. 
Their investigations led them to Gohil and his associates. They raided his offices and found stashes of documents, including details of the structures. Now they were looking for witnesses to help prosecute them for corruption and money laundering.
The British authorities tried without success to get other parties, including the governor of Akwa Ibom, to come out and clear their names but they refused. Officials of President Umaru Musa Yar’Aduah’s government successfully thwarted all extradition requests. 
I was asked to be a witness in the trial of those who had been arrested in London. I willingly accepted. Next I will tell you about my role as a ‘Witness to the Crown” on behalf of the people of Nigeria whose money had been stolen. It would be the first time that someone big went to jail (in a foreign country) for stealing money from Africans.

Main Source Of James Ibori Loots And Wealth Revealed

Real Source Of James Ibori Loots And Wealth Revealed
James Ibori can Nigerians ever forgive this man?

The below account is just one example of how Delta state ex Governor amassed such money.
Hear Strive Masiyiwa the Executive Chairman & Founder of the Econet Group, as he revealed the shocking truth of what happened in Nigeria.
___Sometimes the price can be very high in the fight against corruption.
I had the privilege of making Nigeria’s first GSM phone call
back in 2001 when I called the regulator to say, “We’re live!”
Who would’ve believed then that Nigeria today would have more than 167 million mobile phones?!
It all started out as a very exciting new chapter for enterprise in Africa. Shortly after President Obasanjo was elected, the new government announced an incredibly
transparent international auction process for three national
mobile phone licenses.
To participate in the bid, you not only had to raise money, but there had to be a member of the bidding consortium who was an experienced GSM operator.
Econet Wireless met the requirements because of its experience in Zimbabwe and Botswana.
Our Nigerian partners, which included state governments, local banks and high net worth
individuals, were financial investors. The largest shareholder had only 10%. That was the written agreement.
I managed to assemble a consortium of 22 investors to put
up the money needed to bid. Our shareholders were all Nigerian, mostly institutional investors including leading banks and two state governments, Lagos State and Delta State.
The license cost us $285m and was the most expensive license ever issued in Africa at the time. This
was 2001.
We considered the investment not only about putting together a network, but also about building a nation. We knew it had the potential to transform Nigeria’s entire
business and social architecture.
Most of our investors had between 1-10% shareholding.
Econet Wireless Nigeria had only 5% of the shares, but that was fine because it was 5% ownership of a very big pie.
As the “technical partner and operator,” Econet was the
company with the expertise to build and operate such a business. Our financial investors recognized this, and also allowed us to receive 3% of the turnover as our fees. This
was standard practice in the industry.
We were one of the winning bidders and they gave us just six months to set up business and get our network
operating. We were under a lot of pressure but our network
was live two days before the others! Customers were pouring in. We were number one in the market with an
estimated 57% market share.
___Then came the fateful day when I was told that our company must pay a total of $9m in bribes to senior
politicians (in state government) who had facilitated the raising of the money to pay for the license.
I refused to authorize the illegal payments. Meeting after
meeting was held to try to get me to agree, but I would not. The money would not be paid as long as Econet was the operator and I had signing authority.
James Ibori, the Governor of Delta State, was demanding
$4,5m be paid to him in his personal capacity. He was one
of the most powerful men in the country and had a reputation for violence. When he heard that I was refusing to approve payment he issued an ultimatum:
___”Pay or I will chase you and your people out of the
country.” I refused.
Real Source Of James Ibori Loots And Wealth Revealed
money were parked in houses of top politicians
The shareholders met and voted Econet Wireless Nigeria
out of management. They cancelled our management contract. James Ibori and his colleagues personally
attended the meeting to remove us. After the meeting one of them (a prominent local businessman even today) came up to me and said:
“Unfortunately for you, God does not
have a vote.” I had to withdraw all my staff and their families: 200people in all. We left Nigeria.
Most of our people had to be retrenched. The loss of the
contract almost drove us to bankruptcy as a group. They invited a big international operator to replace us as technical partner and operator. They changed the name of the company from Econet to V-Mobile.
Within days of their arrival, the managers of the new operator signed off the payments demanded as bribes. Then what happened?
A few noble Nigerians had both the integrity and courage to carefully collect all the documentation on the movement of the money, and pass it all on to me. There’s a saying worth remembering in uncovering the
trail of destruction that is corruption:
“Follow the money”…
I bided my time… then I wrote a letter to the United States Department of Justice!
It was 2003.
Nigeria has an agency known as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). After we had to leave the country, a few noble people at the company tipped off not only me but the EFCC about the payment of the bribes, which had by this time risen from $9m to $13,5m.
I had never actually heard about this agency myself until I got a call from the Nigerian Embassy in South Africa to say they wanted to come and see me to interview me as a witness.
A team of very senior EFCC officers came to see us in South Africa. They were solid and professional in their enquiry. It was clear they wanted to do something about it.
However, when these officers returned home to Nigeria, they got into very serious trouble. Their investigations into the irregular payments had been brought to the attention of James Ibori (Governor of Delta State)…
Real Source Of James Ibori Loots And Wealth Revealed
If the rooms became full the cupboards are there
Soon thereafter, the most senior officer leading the investigation was demoted and sent to a remote part of the country as an ordinary policeman!
Agencies like EFCC in Nigeria sometimes have brave and gallant law enforcement officers. Unfortunately, as I observed, they’re often let down by their political bosses, and sometimes even by the courts. This can change if activism from the citizenry emerges to support their work.
___We should not only support official efforts to stop corruption but also help these agencies and organisations in their investigations. If you have relevant information about illegal activities, passing it on could make all the difference between impunity and imprisonment.
In my letter to the US Justice Department, I detailed the full history of the demands for a bribe. I had dates, times, records. I then reminded them that since the big international operator had a listing on the New York Stock Exchange, they were duty-bound to launch an enquiry. Why did I go to them?
The United States government has a law called the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The United Kingdom has a similar one called the British Anti-Bribery Act. Whatever you do, make sure you never fall foul of those laws because, if they ever use them to come after you, you’re a “gonner” my friends.
A few weeks later, US officials wrote back advising me that an enquiry had been launched. They contacted the big international company seeking answers to my allegations. My contacts at the company called to tell me, “All hell has broken loose at the company.”
The parent company of the South African-based multinational sent external auditors and lawyers from London to Nigeria. They immediately dismissed all the senior executives sent to Nigeria to run the company, and they left in a hurry!
Some spending money
Although they fled the scene of the crime and returned to their country — after admitting even to both the US Justice Department and the EFCC that the money had been paid out – the stolen funds were never returned to the Nigerian people, even to this day.
Meanwhile, the departure of the other mobile operator did not mean we could return to Nigeria. The shareholders found another operator, this time from the Middle East.
They sold this new operator the control of the company even though Econet Wireless Nigeria had the “right of first refusal” over any sale. They simply ignored that provision in our agreement. This was illegal, both according to our shareholders agreement and Nigerian Company Law. It was left for us to take up the fight in another forum, the Nigerian courts.
To be concluded