Stella Dimoko Senate President Saraki Accepts Charlyboy’s Apology Over Fake News He Circulated..


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Monday, March 12, 2018

Senate President Saraki Accepts Charlyboy’s Apology Over Fake News He Circulated..

President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has accepted the apology of singer/activist, Charles Oputa aka Charlyboy, who erroneously stated that an image of the Senate President’s 2012 visit to Ogoniland, was a picture of the Senate President after being chased by youths in Kwara.


  1. You don bash my car..oyibo repete

  2. Good morning Stella and BVs.
    Something happened yesterday morning in my compound. Yesterday was mothering Sunday, so dis married neighbour of mine was rushing to drop his mum @ the church cos she was supposed to read the first lesson so she didn't want to be late. So he quickly told the wife( who was inside the toilet) to make sure she is ready when he comes back to pick her and their baby who is 8 months old. While leaving the house, my neighbour unknowingly left the door half opened and went inside the car. While he was reversing his vehicle, he didn't know his baby has crawled towards the back tyre. Nna eh, u need to see how a passerby ran with speed to hold the baby firmly and shouted. We all rushed out to know what was happening. Though the man sustained some bruises on his wrist. Since yesterday, I haven't stopped thanking God for his divine intervention towards the child and d man that saved the baby. Who knows what would have happened if the gate wasn't opened that made the man to see the baby. Pls parents biko let us to very careful. Thank u Lord for the life of this baby.

    1. My Lord! I got goosebumps!! Thank God for the timely rescuer. This happens all the time. People pls be careful, almost happened to someone I know with his 3-year-old son.

    2. God be praised. I have heard of such incident before but the child didnt survive it. May God protect our families.

  3. Good and mature respond from the Senate president himself. A good saying of the words "Always look before you leap"


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