Oloori Jay – The Real Estate Giant Woman Doing A Mans Job Even Better

Oloori Jay – The Real Estate Giant Woman Doing A Mans Job Even Better

Oloori Jay – The Real Estate Giant Woman Doing A Mans Job Even Better
Oloori Jay – The Real Estate Giant Woman Doing A Mans Job Even Better

She is amazing, beautiful and captivating. She makes us look forward to each new day that we spend together. She goes by the name ‘Juliena Temitope Ali’ popularly called Oloori Jay, a business woman, mega real estate realtor, consultant, charity lover and a hustler. She believes that whatever a man can do, a woman can do even better.Juliena Tosin Ali is constantly on our mind, and not a moment goes by that we want to be apart. She holds the keys to our heart, and she deserves to know it.

After having a little interview with her, she explained to us how busy she can be and took us around showing us how she spends her daily life, check it out below;

by Lucky O. Freeman
Lagos, Nigeria

Bye Bye Magu

The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, may have finally been removed from office, The Guardian is reporting.

Also, a source at the EFCC also confirmed to Abusidiqu that Magu has been redeployed back to Nigerian Police Force (NPF) to pave way for a fresh person to be presented by President Muhammadu Buhari as the nominee to head the anti-graft agency before the Senate.

Magu’s sack The Guardian reports gathered came through the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami, who in a letter issued to Magu directed him to hand over to the Director of Operations in the Commission.

It will be recalled that Malami had on the directive of the president issued a query to Magu following allegation of graft levelled against him by the Department of State Security Service (DSS).

The DSS allegation formed the basis of his rejection by the Senate.

A top source in the presidency who spoke on the condition of anonymity told Abusidiqu that Magu upon his redeployment back to the Nigerian Police Force would be asked to retire from the service. 

Somalia: Elders negotiate with al-Shabab over soldiers

Former government troops hoping to return to civilian life in towns under al-Shabab control, lay down their arms.

Gal’ad, Somalia “Line up in a straight line. We will do the talking on your behalf,” an elderly man with a henna-dyed beard tells the group of young men. They are standing in front of an iron-gated compound in the centre of the town of Gal’ad in Somalia’s central region of Galguduud, holding AK-47 rifles. Read more

ONDO PDP CRISIS: MONARCH CALLS FOR FG INTERVENTION

By Olabisi Longe.

The crisis rocking the Ondo state Peoples`Democratic Party ( PDP ) continues to deepen as the people of the state again trooped out in their thousands just immediately after the monthly environmental sanitation calling on the federal government and the Independent National Electoral Commission ( INEC ) to revert decision on choice of the party  candidate in the forth coming governorship  election in the state. Read more

AKURE, ONDO’s CAPITAL UNDER FIRE AS IBRAHIM REPLACES JEGEDE

By Olabisi Longe.

Sequel to the replacement of Eyitayo Jegede’s name, to Jimoh lbrahim ‘s, by the Independent National electoral  Commission, manor streets in Akure, the state capital and some other cities in the state experienced violence, as many supporters of Peoples Democratic Party were on streets making burn fires and stampede every business activities. Read more

ONDO 2016: PDP ALLEGED APC, PRESIDENCY OVER CRISIS

By Olabisi Longe.

The Peoples` Democratic Party ( PDP ) Ondo state have pointed accusing fingers at the All Progressive Congress  ( APC ) , the presidency  and some moles in the PDP as the brain behind the crisis ridding the state, over replacement on the list of governorship candidates in the forthcoming governorship election in the state. Read more