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Tamara and I had more than 10 sex tapes, Pastor Omatsola claims

Lekki pastor, Apostle Chris Omatsola, who was in a viral sex video last year with Princess Tamaratokoni Okpewho, has revealed that there are more sex videos, than the one posted online.

In a lengthy post on his blog, Zionweath News, Omatsola revealed that he and Okpewho had more than 10 sex videos on their phones, as she enjoyed filming their intimate moments.

He said, “Princess and I had more than 10 sex tapes of ourselves on our phones as she enjoyed filming sex.

“Honestly, the sex-tapes were recorded sometimes in October 2017. She was holding the camera in some and I held the camera in others. We were both aware but we never knew it would go viral.”

Speaking about when their relationship soured, he said, “I had deleted all our sex videos on my phone and she was aware and insisted she deletes hers.”

Omatsola also shared details of how he met Okpewho, he said, “I met Princess Tamaratokoni Okpewho aka Toks David in September 2017, just before the Lekki Toll Gate after Quilox nightclub around 4:40am. I was returning from a vigil in Adetokunbo Ademola, Victoria Island, that fateful day. She flagged down my car on the lonely road. She appeared drunk. Because it was dark and I thought it could be dangerous, I stopped and picked her.

“When we got to my house that night, she slept on the couch in the sitting room, while I slept in the bedroom.”

Last November, Omatsola, and his former lover, Tamaratokoni Okpe, had clashed over their sex video that leaked on the internet.

While Okpewho accused Omatsola of releasing the video to force her into marriage with him, the cleric told PUNCH Metro that the video was leaked to blackmail him.

VIDEO: Melaye ‘collapses’ in police custody

Dino Melaye, lawmaker representing Kogi west senatorial district, slumped in police custody on Friday.

He surrendered to the police after a week siege at his Abuja residence. Melaye opened the gate to his residence to the police at 3pm in the presence of some Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) senators and his lawyer, Mike Ozekhome.

The senator had slumped while leaving his residence to enter the police vehicle. He was aided as he walked to the office of the federal special anti-robbery squad (FSARS).

Watch the video below:

 

JUST IN: Amina Zakari not related to Buhari by blood, says Garba Shehu

Presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu has ssid that President Muhammadu Buhari and Amina Zakari, a national commissioner at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), do not share blood relationship.

The presidential spokesman said this in a statement on Friday.

Zakari’s appointment to head the INEC committee on collation centre has been generating a controversy.

The PDP had alleged she is related to the president and her new position would compromise the electoral process.

“President Buhari and Commissioner Amina Zakari don’t share a family relationship. An inter-marriage occurred in their extended families, so the imputation of blood relationship between the President and the electoral commissioner is a simple lie,” he said.

 

 

Buhari meets IGP as rumours of tenure extension thicken

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday met with Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police, at the presidential villa in Abuja.

The meeting which held shortly after Friday prayers ended without any official position given to the public.

Idris was expected to retire after reaching the mandatory 35 years in service on Thursday, January 3. There are speculations that his tenure might be extended till the elections are over.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has, however, called on Buhari to allow the IGP retire.

The party said allowing this happen would give the president the opportunity to could convince Nigerians and the international community that he is committed to free and fair elections.

BREAKING: ASUU agrees to participate in elections

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has agreed to participate in the forthcoming general election.

The agreement was reached at a meeting between the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and officials of the union in Abuja.

At the end of the meeting, Biodun Ogunyemi. president of ASUU, said

“We had a good meeting with the INEC team. We placed on record that our relationship with INEC dated back to 2010 when the former ASUU president, Attahiru Jega was chairman,” he said.

“Even though we are not in the position now to do everything we were doing that time, we have assured them that we will not stand in the way of our members participating in the election as ad-hoc staff.

“The decision of our union as at the last time we met was that our members are free as citizens to participate in the electoral process as ad-hoc staff and we have restated that today that we are not going to stop any of our members who wishes to serve in that capacity.

“On our own part, we will continue to support them with research because our strike as of today is about academic activities, we have not stopped conducting research, we have not stopped conducting community services.

“Participating in election is part of community service, we as patriots we will do everything to support the process that will further institutionalise the democratisation of our entire nation. So we are working at that level.”

The development comes after the University of Ibadan (UI) chapter of ASUU told INEC not to depend on students and lecturers for the general election.

We won’t remove Amina Zakari as head of elections collation centre – INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it does not plan to remove Amina Zakari as head of the collation centre committee for the general election.

The commission also denied claims that by heading the committee, Zakari will be involved in the collation of results.

INEC announced Zakari as the head of the committee on Thursday when it inaugurated key committees for the election.

But some Nigerians including the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) kicked against the decision.

The opposition party had said “there is no way Amina Zakari will not allocate votes to her blood relation, President Buhari” with her as head of the committee.

However, speaking during a Channels TV programme on Friday, Oluwole Osaze-Uzzi, INEC director of voter education and publicity, said Zakari’s committee is “basically in charge of the physical structure” (the International Conference Centre which is the collation centre).

“The chairman of INEC by virture of the electoral act is the returning officer of the country for the presidential election. It is he who decides the validity of votes and any issues in the election,” he said.

Osaze-Uzzi said Zakari’s committee is primarily “in charge of welfare”.

“She was also very involved in negotiating with the ICC management in 2015 for the use of the facility so her duty is to ensure the facility is ready. She has no role whatsoever with the process of collation,” he said.

Asked if INEC is “considering doing anything in terms of removing her,” he responded: “Removing her as the chairman of the committee to prepare the facility? That’s not an issue. It’s a needless controversy; not an issue at all.”

Melaye finally surrenders to police

Senator Dino Melaye, representing Kogi west senatorial district, has surrendered to the police after a week siege at his Abuja residence.

At least 30 policemen had invaded his residence on December 28, vowing not to leave without arresting him. He was accused of culpable homicide, an allegation he denied.

Melaye is currently police custody in the company of some lawmakers and his lawyers, a day after Femi Falana, human rights lawyer, advised him to surrender.

He had failed in his bid to secure a court order to make the police vacate his residence.

Accusing the Kogi state government of being behind his ordeal, Melaye had vowed not to succumb to intimidation.

“There is a deliberate attempt by the Kogi state government to kill me, to destroy me. I have written the inspector-general of police (IGP). My international passport is with the Nigerian police, I have a court order that it should be released to me but the IG has refused to honour the court order.

“If the police that is supposed to maintain law and order cannot obey court order, how do they expect citizens to obey court orders? As I speak to you, my security detail has been withdrawn since April and it is all in a deliberate attempt to expose me, so that I will be killed and destroyed.

“The same SARS from Kogi that shot at me are the same SARS in the photograph occupying my compound and 80 percent in mufti. I thought that recently that there was an instruction that SARS should wear uniform… I am in seven different courts and anyone that they will do will be number eight. I’m not afraid to be arraigned because my hands are clean and I know the God I serve will deliver me,” Melaye had told journalists on the day of the police invasion.