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MrOneNaija
Jan 13, 2008, 03:29 AM
The saying that those whom the gods want to destroy, they first make mad, may be haunting Nigeria's ex-tyrant once again. This time, it is not the ex-dictator's violent and lawless kleptocracy that seems to be the matter. Judging from the sworn affidavit by Obasanjo's first son, Gbenga, it would appear that his father's life may be much more seedy and sordid than anything one has ever imagined. To cut a long story short, Gbenga, through his lawyers, is attesting that his father, Olusegun "Igbochukwu" Obasanjo, has had a love affair with his wife! Readers are invited to digest the report on this abomination below. Poor Gbenga! What kind of father would destroy a son's life this way? Like in the Iyabo contract scandal, this "family affair" ( no pun intended) has profound socio-economic implications for the country.


Treasonable Sex!
You slept with my wife
Gbenga accuses dad ex-President Obasanjo and father-in-law
•Doubts paternity of kids •Seeks DNA tests
By Jibola Ojekunle
Sun News Online
Sunday, January 13, 2008

First son of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Gbenga, has sensationally accused him and his father-in-law, Otunba Alex Onabanjo, of sleeping with his wife, Mojisola.
Gbenga, presently asking Lagos High Court to dissolve the seven-year-old marriage, doubts the paternity of the fruits of the wedlock.

The shocking revelation is contained in a fresh affidavit deposited to by the petitioner in response to cross petition of the defendant, a copy of which was made available to Sunday Sun at the weekend.

Earlier, Mojisola had accused Gbenga of sundry sins including assault and battery.
The divorce suit has been dragging in court since 2006.
The 50-paragraph affidavit is averred to on Gbenga’s behalf by his solicitors, Addeh Associates.

The tenth paragraph says: “The Petitioner (Gbenga Obasanjo) further avers that he knows for a fact that the Respondent committed adultery with and had an intimate, sexual relationship with his own father, General Olusegun Obasanjo, due to her greed to curry favours and contracts from him in his capacity as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“The Petitioner avers that the Respondent also got rewarded for her adulterous acts with several oil contracts with the NNPC from his father, General Olusegun Obasanjo, amongst which was the NNPC consultancy training in supply chain management and project management awarded to her company Bowen and Brown.”

The eighth paragraph says: “The Petitioner avers that the respondent confided in him severally while they living together (sic) that she had been sexually abused and defiled by her father, Otunba Alex Onabanjo on several occasions.”
Neiher Chief Obasanjo nor Otunba Onabanjo could be reached for reaction as at press time last night.

Below is the full text of the affidavit:

1. Same as hereinafter admitted, the Petitioner denies each and every allegation of fact contained in the consequential amendment of answer and cross-petition as if such allegations were set out seriatim and specifically traversed.

2. The Petitioner admits paragraph 2 of the consequential amendment of answer and paragraphs 12, 14, 15(a), 16(di), 16(diii), 17(a) and 21(a) of the cross petition.

3. The Petitioner denies paragraph 4, 5,6,7,8,9,10 of the consequential amendment of answer and paragraphs 13, 15 (b), 16 (a), (b), (c), (d), d (ii), d(iv), e, f, g, 17(b), (c), 18, 19, 20, 21(b), 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 of the Cross Petition.

4. In response to paragraph 4 of the consequential amendment of answer, the Petitioner denies that he has since January 2006, stopped being responsible for the payment of school fees, books and other relevant materials and other needs of the two children as well as general expenses for their welfare and upkeep and avers that the Respondent normally collects from him on behalf of the children, monies to meet all the children needs but has refused to collect same this year despite several reminders and entreaties from the Petitioner and the Petitioner’s Solicitor.

5. In furtherance of paragraph (4) above, the Petitioner avers that the children of the marriage reside and are in the custody at alternative times with both the Petitioner and the Respondent depending on whether they are in school or on holidays, and are also accessible to either party whilst in the custody of the other upon proper notification to either side. The Petitioner denies that either party has exclusive custody of the two children of the marriage.

6. The Petitioner denies paragraph 6 of the consequential amendment of answer that the Respondent attends to the moral, religious and physical well being of the two children and states that the Respondent’s way of life and social conduct is so unbecoming that it would have a very negative moral and religious impact on the children if they are made to reside with her.

7. The Petitioner avers that he has always met all the needs of the children of the marriage despite always having serious doubts about their actual paternity.

8. The Petitioner avers that the respondent confided in him severally while they living together (sic) that she had been sexually abused and defiled by her father, Otunba Alex Onabanjo on several occasions.

9. The Petitioner avers that it was his bid to forcefully put an end to this ignoble acts on the part of his Father-in-Law, Otunba Alex Onabanjo, that led to the total breakdown of relations between himself and Otunba Onabanjo.

10. The Petitioner further avers that he knows for a fact that the Respondent committed adultery with and had an intimate, sexual relationship with his own father, General Olusegun Obasanjo, amongst which was the NNPC consultancy training in supply chain management and project management awarded to her company Bowen and Brown.

11. The Petitioner avers that the Respondent also got rewarded for her adulterous acts with several oil contracts with the NNPC from his father, General Olusegun Obasanjo, amongst which was the NNPC consultancy training in supply chain management and project management awarded to her company Bowen and Brown.

12. The Petitioner avers that the lurid sexual relationship of the Respondent, with her own father, Otunba Alex Onabanjo and his father General Olusegun Obasanjo, has brought him great pain and psychological trauma and is the primary reason for the breakdown of his marriage to the Respondent.

13. The Petitioner avers that the respondent while married to him was also committing adultery with one Mr. Olumide Ogunlesi.

14. The Petitioner avers that the Respondent shamelessly carried on her sexual escapades without any thought as to the psychological effect of same on him.

15. The Petitioner avers that it is now necessary for a court ordered DNA test to be carried out on both himself, Otunba Alex Onabanjo and General Olusegun Obasanjo by a competent independent medical laboratory chosen by the court, in order to ascertain the actual paternity of the children of the marriage as the continued uncertainty about their actual paternity is making his life a misery.

16. The Petitioner avers that the actual father of the children of the marriage will be found amongst himself, Otunba Alex Onabanjo and General Olusegun Obasanjo and same must be addressed immediately.

17. The Petitioner avers that it is pertinent that this is done before further deliberations in this matter as the issue of the children’s paternity is integral to the determination of the suit and must thus be resolved and laid to rest urgently.

18. The Petitioner denies paragraph 7,8, and 9 of the consequential amendment of answer and avers that the Respondent deserted the Petitioner and abandoned her matrimonial home on December 2, 2004 and never came back and co-habitation between parties ceased from that day.

19. The Petitioner specifically denies the averment in paragraph 9 of the consequential amendment of answer and puts the Respondent to strict proof of the averment therein.

20. Further to paragraph (8) above, the Petitioner avers that there was never violent conducts throughout the marriage exhibited by the Petitioner towards the Respondent and the Respondent was not in the matrimonial home until the 7th July, 2005 nor was she ever forced or compelled to leave as she left on her own volition due to her refusal to alter her various unbecoming conduct despite several pleas and entreaties by the Petitioner and well-meaning family friends and relatives on both the Petitioner and the Respondent’s side of the family.

21 The petitioner denies the averment in paragraph 10 of the consequential amendment of answer and requests the court for a decree of dissolution of marriage against the Respondent in accordance with his Petition.

22. The Petitioner denies paragraph 13(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), of the Cross Petition and puts the Respondent to strict proof of the averments therein.

23. The Petitioner avers that the Respondent was consistent in engaging in various unbecoming anti-social conduct which brought embarrassment to the Petitioner and the children and several pleas to the Respondent to mend her ways were met with stiff rebuff and ultimately desertion of her matrimonial home by the Respondent on the 2nd of December, 2004.

24. The Petitioner avers in reference to paragraphs 15(a) and 15(b) of the Cross Petition that the children of the marriage shall continue in school and progress to higher institutions of learning in future, to reach their full potential as always has been the case at the cost of the Petitioner who has always been responsible for their upkeep and welfare.

25. The Petitioner denies paragraph 15(b) of the Cross Petition and stats that the children reside at alternate times with either the Respondent or the Petitioner depending on whether their school is in session or otherwise.

26. The Petitioner denies paragraph 16(a) of the Cross Petition and avers that it is a gold digging scheme and calculated extortion by the Respondent of non-existent funds using the children as a cover, as the Petitioner has always met the entire needs of the children without prompting and is able to continue doing same until they attain adulthood, as the lump sum payment demanded by the Respondent clearly exposes her ulterior motives and schemes in getting married to the Petitioner.

27. The Petitioner denies paragraph 16(b) of the Cross Petition and avers that apart from the fact that he already has a chauffer, the Petitioner had purchased for the Respondent two brand new cars during the marriage which the Respondent still holds on to till this day. The cars are:
(i) BMW 3 Series car
(ii) Toyota Highlander Sports Utility vehicle

28. The Petitioner denies paragraph 16(c) of the Cross Petition and avers that No. 8 Ladipo Bateye Street, GRA Ikeja belongs to a company in which he is a director and the Petitioner is merely a tenant paying his rent as and when due.

29. Further to paragraph (17) above, the Petitioner avers that the request for N50 million to be used by the Respondent to purchase a house using the children as an excuse knowing fully well that he, the Petitioner, does not even own such a house and does not own such funds, further exposes the gold digging intentions of the Respondent in entering into marriage with the Petitioner and illuminates the Respondent’s true intention for all to see.

30 The Petitioner avers in reference to paragraph 16(d) of the Cross Petition that he has always made and will continue to make adequate private security arrangements for the children, moreover as they would be in his custody.

31. The Petitioner admits paragraph 16(d) of the Cross Petition to the effect that the Respondent has no decent home to live in and even the Respondent’s parents home is not conducive as the children whenever they leave his custody to the Respondent’s custody are forced to squat with the Respondent’s parents.

32. The Petitioner denies paragraph 16(d) (iv) of the Cross Petition and avers that No. 8 Ladipo Bateye Street, GRA Ikeja is not “the family house” as stated by the Respondent.

33. In furtherance of (31) above, the Petitioner avers that the Respondent made no financial contribution whatsoever to No. 8 Ladipo Bateye Street, GRA, Ikeja and did not supervise any construction process or make any design decisions as the house does not even belong to him.

34. The Petitioner denies paragraph 16(e) (i) and 16(e) (ii) of the Cross Petition and states that he has no desire to send his children to any school outside of Nigeria for their education and intends to have them school at Bells Secondary School which is a high quality school run by his family, and the University of Ibadan, his own alma mater for their tertiary education.

35. Further to paragraph 23 above, the Petitioner avers that the demand by the Respondent for the sums started in paragraph 15(c) of the Cross Petition is an unfortunate and sad attempt to exhort money from him in the name of the children.

36. The Petitioner specifically denies the averment in paragraph 16(f) and 16(g) of the Cross Petition and puts the Respondent to strict proof of same.

37. Further to paragraph 32 above, the Petitioner avers that apart from never contributing to payment of rent at No. 8 Ladipo Bateye Street, GRA Ikeja, the Respondent never contributed financially to anything in the home. The Petitioner further avers that the Respondent’s morals and conducts leaves a whole lot to be desired and the Respondent was a hindrance and a drawback to the progress of the Petitioner rather than them an asset or an assistance and the Petitioner would have made much more progress in life but for the physical and psychological trauma he was subjected to as a result of having the Respondent as his wife.

38. The Petitioner denies paragraph 17(b) of the Cross Petition and avers that the capability of the Respondent to earn income is not made low due to the children needing her attention as the children have a full complement of domestic staff, but because the Respondent is lazy and unwilling to earn a decent living and rather prefers to exhort money from the Petitioner for her every need and when same is not forthcoming, commit adultery to obtain same.

39. The Petitioner denies paragraph 17(c) and 19 of the cross Petition and puts the Respondent to strict proof of same.

40. The Petitioner denies paragraph 18 of the Cross Petition and avers that he has always and still is responsible for payment of salaries of the children’s domestic staff.

41. The Petitioner denies paragraph 20(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (h), (i) of the Cross Petition and puts the Respondent to strict proof of the averments therein.

42. The Petitioner admits paragraph 20(f) of the Cross Petition only to he extent that Health Aids Support Services, an HIV/AIDS consulting firm, belongs to him and he contributes to the fight against HIV/AIDS scourge through the company.

43. The Petitioner admits paragraph 20 (j) of the Cross Petition only to the extent that both companies are owned by him and are both long moribund and do not exist or function in any form at all.

44. The Petitioner avers that the Respondent recently executed contracts with the Ogun State Government by obtaining a concession of the Ogun State Liaison Office in Lagos using her company, Royal Properties Limited, and made several millions of Naira therefrom.

45. The Petitioner avers that the Respondent also Co-owns a bitumen factory on Sagamu road in Ogun State with Colonel Are, retired Director General of the State Security Service (SSS) with massive concessions from the Ogun State Government.

46. The Petitioner avers that the Respondent owns a property in London and one in the United State of America located at Houston, Texas, with address as 14411 Andrea Way Lane (Sugarland).

47. The Petitioner further to paragraphs (31) and (32) above, avers that the averments in paragraph 20(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (g), (h), (i), of the Cross Petition are a figment of the Respondent’s imagination, an attempt to blackmail him and a failed attempt to provide a platform for the justification of the gold digging financial demands hitherto made by the Respondent in this suit.

48. The Petitioner denies paragraph 21(b) of the Cross Petition and avers that the Respondent has entrenched in her imagination, a fantasy filled summation of how she expects him to earn his income.

49. The Petitioner denies paragraph 22, 23 and 24 of the Cross Petition and puts the Respondent to strict proof thereof.
50. The Petitioner denies paragraph 27 of the Cross Petition in its entirety and avers that same is an elaborate gold digging scheme carefully plotted by the Respondent ever before she got married to him till the present day.

Abraxas
Jan 13, 2008, 04:35 AM
Hi, folks!

I am wondering: Between a lunatic asylum and a maximum security prison, where best should we confine General Okikiolakan Aremu Segun Matiyu Obasanjo (GCFR) for the balance of his life on earth?

May be summary execution would be most appropriate.

As for Mojisola: Nnaaaa, I fear dat woman!

Nack papa, nack in-law! Shege! I never knew Gbenga (Broda Senator Iyabo) was married to a nymphomaniac! Wow! Jeeeeeweeeeeeeez!

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

lionking
Jan 13, 2008, 05:16 AM
Folks, lets proceed with caution. These are divorce proceedings with money and custody issues in serious contention. From experience of divorce cases in naija, this is precisely the type of divorce case wherein the divorcing spouses will go to all extremes literally to 'prove' moral turpitude on the part of the other spouse and hopefully obtain favourable consideration from the judge/public opinion.

Furthermore, there is little love lost between Gbenga and both his papa and papa-in-law. I'd take this story with a barrel of salt - until I see the smoking gun e.g. did the alleged sexual abuse of Mojisola by her father [in childhood?] result in the pregnancy of the kids she had for Gbenga in adulthood?



@ abraxas - As far as I know, victims of pedophilia never chose to 'nack papa'. Now, nacking papa-in-law in adulthood is a different matter but that promiscuous behaviour as an adult is often a fall-out of the sexual abuse in childhood.

pappilo
Jan 13, 2008, 05:49 AM
Big shame for the Obasanjo family

gwobezentashi
Jan 13, 2008, 05:54 AM
The saying that those whom the gods want to destroy, they first make mad, may be haunting Nigeria's ex-tyrant once again. This time, it is not the ex-dictator's violent and lawless kleptocracy that seems to be the matter. Judging from the sworn affidavit by Obasanjo's first son, Gbenga, it would appear that his father's life may be much more seedy and sordid than anything one has ever imagined. To cut a long story short, Gbenga, through his lawyers, is attesting that his father, Olusegun "Igbochukwu" Obasanjo has had a love affair with his wife! Readers are invited to digest the report of this abomination below. Poor Gbenga! What kind of father would destroy a son's life this way? Like in the Iyabo contract scandal, this "family affair" ( no pun intended) has profound socio-economic implications for the country.

THE CONGO SHINER STRIKES AGAIN!!!!!

If it moves, knack it has always been his motto. Whether as father of the day, father of the bride or father of the bridegroom, you can trust him to start making winking gestures at all the women in the house. His unacknowledged children from indiscriminate knacking roam Otta and the world. One dey for world bank sef.

When you hear Iyabo's story of unsurpassable nymphomania, then you will know that the Obasanjo family is one hell of incestous household. An Adams family of the sex mad. Libido gone haywire. John Thomas out of control!!!


Who is Lamide Adegbenro?
Date 2006/9/18

Separated from her husband after four kids, Lamide Adegbenro has found happiness in the President's arms

She is known in government circles as one of the women who warm the president�s bed. But before becoming a presidential consort, Lamide Adegbenro had been a public figure in her own right. Once married to Engr. Niyi Adegbenro, a former Commissioner for Agriculture in Ogun State, Lamide was a famous figure on the social scene in Ogun State. The mother of four is a native of Ilisan Remo, but married an Owu man. In 2001, said sources, the marriage developed strains. Despite the intervention of family members and friends, the strains did not heal.

A year later, things had degenerated, prompting divorce requests by both parties. In a bid to save the marriage, President Obasanjo, who is something of father figure to Adegbenro, was called to intervene. The President invited the couple with a view to settling the dispute. But then his intervention were futile as Adegbenro and Lamide played hardball. There was only one way to go: apart. They separated. While Adegbenro remained in Abeokuta, Obasanjo asked Lamide to relocate to Abuja.

The relocation marked a new chapter in Lamide's relationship with the President, as it became a full-blown love affair. It is not clear whether the affair began in Abeokuta or Abuja, but it began all the same. Soon, it grew more intense, as Lamide secured the direct line to Obasanjo's heart and loins. This is evidenced by the recent revelation that the President bought her a Peugeot 607 car from contentious MOFAS Shipping Line account ran by Otunba Samuel Oyewole Fasawe. Aside this, the car purchase also suggests that the President may not be as tight-fisted as widely believed. At least, not to women who keep him warm.

http://www.thenewsng.com/modules/news/print.php?storyid=1549


Aluta!

Gwobezentashi

Amy
Jan 13, 2008, 05:58 AM
If these allegations are true, then it certainly defines a new low for Obj, in particular, with respect to his moral laxity. How depraved and deprived of conscience can anyone be to engage in illicit relations with his own DIL/daughter for that matter or verse vasa?

What is most striking is that this allegation is coming from no other than Gbenga. While it is clear that he has never really had an impressive relationship with his Dad, I seriously doubt that he will opt to frame him up with these vicious allegations... just can't fathom what he stands to gain from this whole mess. If anything, he probably risks being removed permanently from Obj's will, among other backlashes, assuming that has not happened already given Obj's vindictive disposition.

The results of the paternity tests will be something to watch out for. God help those two men if either of them turns out to be any of the children's biological father. They will be red meat for the ravenous media for the longest. For their sakes, let's hope this story is only a figment of Gbenga's distorted imagination and nothing more.

Either way, that this is even in the news is an unfortunate development, especially given the psychological residue that will trail those two innocent kids, probably for the rest of their lives as a result of these disclosures, whether they are true or false.

Later o.

Abraxas
Jan 13, 2008, 06:00 AM
Folks, lets proceed with caution. These are divorce proceedings with money and custody issues in serious contention. From experience of divorce cases in naija, this is precisely the type of divorce case wherein the divorcing spouses will go to all extremes literally to 'prove' moral turpitude on the part of the other spouse and hopefully obtain favourable consideration from the judge/public opinion.

Furthermore, there is little love lost between Gbenga and both his papa and papa-in-law. I'd take this story with a barrel of salt - until I see the smoking gun e.g. did the alleged sexual abuse of Mojisola by her father result in the pregnancy of the kids she had for Gbenga in adulthood?



@ abraxas - As far as I know, victims of pedophilia never chose to 'nack papa'. Now, nacking papa-in-law in adulthood is a different matter but that promiscuous behaviour as an adult is often a fall-out of the sexual abuse in childhood.

Hi, Mr. Lionking!

And so, I should also aspire to be mercilessly nacked by Mojisola, the UNFORTUNATE VICTIM of childhood sexual abuse, who, like you allude, never chose to nack her papa, and whose licentious behaviour, particularly with respect to her frequent sexual tsunamis with her father-in-law, General [I](Balogun) Okikiolakan Aremu Segun Obasanjo (The Great; JP; GCFR; OND Divinity; Fellow of the Nigerian Society of Mechanics), as Mrs. Mojisola Gbenga-Obasanjo, is probably a fall-out of having her congo shined by her papa as a baby!

I agree with you, in to to, ojare! {Try,yoo hear?}

{Pppxxssssssteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeww!} Nonsense!
Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

Dapxin
Jan 13, 2008, 06:42 AM
Is there some threshold, we can reasonably not expect a son-of-man to cross ?

This accusation real or unreal is dead frightening.

Cut the crap, that I can accuse my dad of these sort of things, in obodo nigeria, is eeeewo orisa!, let alone put it on paper, sign and DHL it to a courtroom, right in the heart of "ile yoruba" . I am cheated to share similar human traits with these people. Even chickens exhibit restraint...

Kai!

Twue ( spitting out!) :(

.bebi
Jan 13, 2008, 10:23 AM
If these allegations r true,is Moji an nkita(dog)?If her children's paternity is in question and her dad is a suspect,does it mean the "abuse"continued?
I dont doubt that Obj can hve an affair with his DIL,na so most of those politicians dey.Remember Alex Ekwueme's stories?
I feel sorry for the children who chose not to get embroiled in such stories.

Djister
Jan 13, 2008, 11:05 AM
If these allegations r true,is Moji an nkita(dog)?If her children's paternity is in question and her dad is a suspect,does it mean the "abuse"continued?
I dont doubt that Obj can hve an affair with his DIL,na so most of those politicians dey.Remember Alex Ekwueme's stories?
I feel sorry for the children who chose not to get embroiled in such stories.


HAPPY NEW YEAR NVS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I dey come. Twins dey land for yonda.

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EMILY! EMILY MODUPE JOHNSON!!!!! EMILY O!

yOU GO DO GOD MODA???

YA FREND TOO DEY HALA LIKE SAY IM NEVA BON BEFORE!!

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DISTER (In 'too many school fees' mode)

Mirinda
Jan 13, 2008, 12:29 PM
If these allegations are true, this is a huge shame on the Obasanjo family... not because such a thing has never happened in Nigeria, but because this may be the first of such to gain this much audience and in this capacity, and their position in the society. Looking on the bright side, if this turns out to be true, maybe more victims of such will have the courage to speak up, so the Obasanjos may yet be another National Hero for this show of shame.

I hope, for the sake of the two families, that this is something Gbenga made up. But I also hope, for Gbenga's sake, that it is true that Obj had an affair with his DIL, else Gbenga would have used his own hands to mastermind his destruction.

Reading the article further, Gbenga supposedly stated that his wife confided in him that her father sexually abused her. I am assuming this was at a time when they were still living together as man and wife. That he could use such information against her in this manner, victimizing her for being sexually abused, speaks to the calibre of man that he is. I hope he, especially, finds the help that he needs. Pity the next woman that falls prey to him.

dem
Jan 13, 2008, 12:38 PM
Na wah o! Don't even know where to put my face on this one...

If there were no allegations about sexual molestation by Mojisola's dad I would have believed this without any hesitation. I say this because I knew since the 1970s about OBJ's habit of sleeping with wives & girlfriends of family members. I once had a family friend (and I spent a lot of time/holiday in their home) who was OBJ's nephew. OBJ did just that to his dad. For years the 2 men were not on speaking terms. In fact this continued until Abacha's designs on OBJ leaked out to some people, and it was my friend's dad that had to communicate this to him initially.

You know, God is very patient. With all of OBJ's hypocrisy he should have been turned into a pillar of salt a long time ago. He's got the morals of a dachshund. He even got kids from Charles Taylor's family.

But you have to wonder why Gbenga did this. He comes across as a despicable person betraying his wife's trust. Something just ain't right....

fuguez
Jan 13, 2008, 12:53 PM
Whether true or false I simply do not know where to begin.....

Soul Sista
Jan 13, 2008, 12:57 PM
Does anyone have a copy of Moji's original petition to which Gbenga responded?

Obviously, the press war is ongoing side by side with the court war. Gbenga has won round 1 of the press war.

Soul Sista a/k/a Soul Sizzling

naijaman2
Jan 13, 2008, 02:38 PM
I fully agree with you sista ! At gun pont i'll say the story is consistent with what we know ofour dear general , but then we must also give a thought the the possibility that it's a fabricated story .Let's wait and see ...

lizmoses
Jan 13, 2008, 02:47 PM
Some things are better left unsaid but I say a big thank you to the following people for the quoted part of their post.

Originally posted by Lionking


As far as I know, victims of pedophilia never chose to 'nack papa'. ... but that promiscuous behaviour as an adult is often a fall-out of the sexual abuse in childhood.


Original posted by Amy


Either way, that this is even in the news is an unfortunate development, especially given the psychological residue that will trail those two innocent kids, probably for the rest of their lives as a result of these disclosures, whether they are true or false.

Original posted by Mirinda


Reading the article further, Gbenga supposedly stated that his wife confided in him that her father sexually abused her. I am assuming this was at a time when they were still living together as man and wife. That he could use such information against her in this manner, victimizing her for being sexually abused, speaks to the calibre of man that he is. I hope he, especially, finds the help that he needs. Pity the next woman that falls prey to him.

IZONERE
Jan 13, 2008, 02:56 PM
Omo, that DNA test no go easy oh. Gbenga DNA already get im papa own inside. Mojisola DNA already get her papa own inside. The person wey go do the test go tire. make dem no find other things wey dem no been look for dere oh!!! Aside, who talk say every case of father-daughter incest na by force. No be so oh. Some daughters willingly have sex with their fathers and even initiate it. Different types of madness dey. If she comes from a polygamous home where the use of sex to gain favours from baba is glaring, it is even more possible.....omo dis story pass me....ABOMINATION!!

Wayfarer
Jan 13, 2008, 03:01 PM
Disrespecting your father in public, as Gbenga has done, is absolutely unNigerian. What ever happnened to taking matters to the elders in the village for redress? No matter how far we have departed from our roots, I believe our cultural strictures still excercise a stronger pull than the official law of the land. Even if a DNA test disqualifies Gbenga as the father of the children, and suggest that the father could be someone else from the Obasanjo clan, who can compel Olusegun Obasanjo to take a DNA test? Who will even have the liver to suggest such?

I think this matter should have been taken to the village and dealt with traditional style. Obasanjo might be too big for Nigeria, but I doubt that he could defy the elders of Owu.

Then again, I might just be naive about the current state of our culture.

IZONERE
Jan 13, 2008, 03:13 PM
Disrespecting your father in public, as Gbenga has done, is absolutely unNigerian. What ever happnened to taking matters to the elders in the village for redress? No matter how far we have departed from our roots, I believe our cultural strictures still excercise a stronger pull than the official law of the land. Even if a DNA test disqualifies Gbenga as the father of the children, and suggest that the father could be someone else from the Obasanjo clan, who can compel Olusegun Obasanjo to take a DNA test? Who will even have the liver to suggest such?

I think this matter should have been taken to the village and dealt with traditional style. Obasanjo might be too big for Nigeria, but I doubt that he could defy the elders of Owu.

Then again, I might just be naive about the current state of our culture.


Elders ke? Obasanjo! That man no respect anybody now...My dear, I don't see anything wrong with what Gbenga has done with respect to OBJ...it's only the children I feel sorry for...chei!

Kabiru Sallau Kano
Jan 13, 2008, 03:14 PM
The story has just beats my immagination,OBJ sleeping with Gbenga's wife.What a shame?

Abraxas
Jan 13, 2008, 05:01 PM
Hi, folks!

If EVEN the children of Chief (General ) Okikiolakan Aremu Olusegun Obasanjo (GCFR) despise him so much so that Gbenga, despite the gravity of the matter, acknowledges the bitter pain of having to come to terms with the sober fact that his father, OBJ, repeatedly shined the congo of Mojishola, even as he keeps ranting about "born-again-ism", post-Abacha, then why should anyone expect Nigerians not to treat General Obasnjo with uttermost contempt and scorn?

The guy is simply vile, me-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-n.

Obrigado.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

Amy
Jan 13, 2008, 05:05 PM
While I do not think Gbenga should have taken this self-destructive route of washing his family's dirty linens in public, no matter the provocation, it is needful to underscore the fact that General Obasanjo and his first wife are the pace setters here. I remember how they took turns exposing each other on the pages of tabloids and news papers years ago.

What were they thinking then- did they imagine their lack of restraint wouldn't leave lingering psychological reprecussions on their children? I guess our kids are probably our truest reflection. Gbenga learnt his methods from none other than his father and may just be returning him a favor after so many years of nursing deep scars following his parents very public display of gross indiscretions/moral numbness. I guess it is safe to conclude that, in this instance, the consequences of the father's mistakes have eventually come home to roost.

Every family has a dark history somewhere. Baring everything in the open does more damage than good most times. Then again, if the allegations are true, it is probably the case that Gbenga was at his wits end and felt he had to resort to this unfortunate measure or risk losing his mind...!

No doubt, the process of healing and reconciliation for all involved in this scandal will be very daunting. God help them.

BTW, this all smacks of typical naija script where cultists are mandated to commit abominable acts such as the kind alleged in this story in order to acquire wealth and power...

Later o.

dolapsy
Jan 13, 2008, 06:26 PM
Na wa o! I am not tempted to make judgements at this stage but I want to believe that nemesis has finally caught up with our lascivious former President. Morally, especially in issues concerning women, he has not had a good track :surprisedrecord but this is not an abnormality in our kind of society. However, when he can go as far as having it with his daughter in law, then we can throw stones. Even Jesus will support the stone throwing! Ahah!

Amy
Jan 13, 2008, 06:42 PM
Even Jesus will support the stone throwing! Ahah!

Ehm... I wouldn't bet on His support if I were you:rolleyes:... Christ came, afterall, for the sinners and for the sick in heart and body! His willingness to deliver from the depths of filth and unworthiness is boundless- thanks to God!

I figure His answer will remain the same, even in a case involving incest or rape of one's DIL... "Go and sin no more!" (Just pulling your legs, I realise you probably didn't mean stoning in the literal sense of it sha.)

Later o.

omojeje
Jan 13, 2008, 06:48 PM
Indeed he who the gods want to kill, will first make mad. Gbenga needs help, I hope someone offers him help.
Reading this story just make me sick. If he thinks exposing his father(provided that the allegation is true) is the best thing to do, he should remember that he has children who will remember this too. I pray that God gives Moji all she needs to go through this bad experience.

Dapxin
Jan 13, 2008, 06:55 PM
Does anyone have a copy of Moji's original petition to which Gbenga responded?

Obviously, the press war is ongoing side by side with the court war. Gbenga has won round 1 of the press war.

Soul Sista a/k/a Soul Sizzling

Hats off to your "planet pluto" ability to read this and methodically look @ it with your cool.

What an angle to it you sat here. 3 point 5 Gbosas !

:)

The thought of it makes me sick.... especially cos I happen to know an elderly politician in Iju-town (names witheld, yea, like those tribune reporters :) who is very close to Obj, and how I wish I was old enough to ring him up tonight and confirm, if truly OBJ, can indeed cross this threshold.

This is another comical relief to our shows of shame, ss you said, Round 1. Obasajo v Obsanjo. Things happen.

Bunch17
Jan 13, 2008, 06:56 PM
Indeed he who the gods want to kill, will first make mad. Gbenga needs help, I hope someone offers him help.
Reading this story just make me sick. If he thinks exposing his father(provided that the allegation is true) is the best thing to do, he should remember that he has children who will remember this too. I pray that God gives Moji all she needs to go through this bad experience.

Typical Naija, make we pretend say ee no happen.

Dapxin
Jan 13, 2008, 07:03 PM
Disrespecting your father in public, as Gbenga has done, is absolutely unNigerian. What ever happnened to taking matters to the elders in the village for redress? No matter how far we have departed from our roots, I believe our cultural strictures still excercise a stronger pull than the official law of the land. Even if a DNA test disqualifies Gbenga as the father of the children, and suggest that the father could be someone else from the Obasanjo clan, who can compel Olusegun Obasanjo to take a DNA test? Who will even have the liver to suggest such?

I think this matter should have been taken to the village and dealt with traditional style. Obasanjo might be too big for Nigeria, but I doubt that he could defy the elders of Owu.

Then again, I might just be naive about the current state of our culture.


I ll diagnose you without a stethoscope ( abi no be so you medicos dey spell am ? )

You are 100% naive, of the concept/family/name and person named Obasanjo.

You need a memory upgrade... :) You'll need just one pill of history. I recommend you start with some Fela CDs. I can upload some torrents for you, if you don't mind cracking a few copyright laws....

Dapxin
Jan 13, 2008, 07:06 PM
Na wa o! I am not tempted to make judgements at this stage but I want to believe that nemesis has finally caught up with our lascivious former President. Morally, especially in issues concerning women, he has not had a good track :surprisedrecord but this is not an abnormality in our kind of society. However, when he can go as far as having it with his daughter in law, then we can throw stones. Even Jesus will support the stone throwing! Ahah!

What's actually scarier is the feeling that anyone in 9ija can make this up, against his own dad. It beggars rationale, let alone belief !

katampe
Jan 13, 2008, 07:36 PM
The truth I suspect is somewhere in-between Amy's, Izonere's and Lion King's comments. I remember many years ago when Obasanjo tried ejecting the mother of Gbenga from the house she lived with her children at Ikeja GRA. He used every conceivable and despicable method to accomplish his task. I am not sure he succeeded with the woman, Gbenga's mum the first wife was a tough cookie. But I am not sure she was ever in the news like Amy implied.

Possibly she meant another wife that lived around Adeniyi Jones , Ikeja back in the days, she was in the news frequently and was killed by hired assasins according to newspaper reports. She should not be confused with Major Obasanjo that is still alive and also on the news because of the problems she also had with Obasanjo and her opposition to his political party.

The fact of the case is that a difficulty that has been created in knowing the paternity of Moji's kids and Izonere has highlighted that bit .I am sure he is creating a get away from responsibilty for his children with what would be cumbersome to resolve with a DNA.Divorce cases can be very messy as implied by Lion King.

I think this could be Gbenga's way of getting back at his father and father-in-law for the manner he has been treated thus far. It is likely that the father-in-law and Gbenga's father have created a difficulty for Gbenga in some businesses they owned jointly and this has affected his lifestyle and this is the manner he has sought to pay them back.

The issue of Obasanjo cheating, or Moji's father being sexual abuser is just a smokescreen.What I see here is an hatred that has developed between both parties.But what hasn't been factored into all this is the future of the kids.Any reasonable man would have weighed the consequences before running to town.

dolapsy
Jan 13, 2008, 08:22 PM
While I do not think Gbenga should have taken this self-destructive route of washing his family's dirty linens in public, no matter the provocation, it is needful to underscore the fact that General Obasanjo and his first wife are the pace setters here. I remember how they took turns exposing each other on the pages of tabloids and news papers years ago.

What were they thinking then- did they imagine their lack of restraint wouldn't leave lingering psychological reprecussions on their children? I guess our kids are probably our truest reflection. Gbenga learnt his methods from none other than his father and may just be returning him a favor after so many years of nursing deep scars following his parents very public display of gross indiscretions/moral numbness. I guess it is safe to conclude that, in this instance, the consequences of the father's mistakes have eventually come home to roost.

Every family has a dark history somewhere. Baring everything in the open does more damage than good most times. Then again, if the allegations are true, it is probably the case that Gbenga was at his wits end and felt he had to resort to this unfortunate measure or risk losing his mind...!

No doubt, the process of healing and reconciliation for all involved in this scandal will be very daunting. God help them.

BTW, this all smacks of typical naija script where cultists are mandated to commit abominable acts such as the kind alleged in this story in order to acquire wealth and power...

Later o.


Obasanjo, according to Wole Soyinka's book has been known to possess sadistic tendencies. He is very capable of doing what he has been acused of and his son's exposure just goes to show that our children will do much more than we did. It is like Father like son. Obasanjo will do thesame under similar circumstances.
In trying to reason if a son is capable of making such exposures about his father, one needs to examine the background. His son is a true reflection of him! I rest my case. :lol:

emj
Jan 13, 2008, 09:20 PM
HAPPY NEW YEAR NVS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I don tok before say Dis Yoruba Girls sef!

:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

I dey come. Twins dey land for yonda.

:confused1:confused1:confused1:confused1

EMILY! EMILY MODUPE JOHNSON!!!!! EMILY O!

yOU GO DO GOD MODA???

YA FREND TOO DEY HALA LIKE SAY IM NEVA BON BEFORE!!

:cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:

DISTER (In 'too many school fees' mode)


Pssttttt..........are it true? Kindly confirm.............igbagidingba.

Me is dey kampe as GOD MODA.....but u've got to push 1st...?????:cool:

Ochi Dabari
Jan 14, 2008, 09:36 AM
Must they have to prove everything before they divorce? It is a real shame. I would think that any self-respecting woman would simply leave, if she is no longer wanted. I think the problem these days is that we are following oyibo in everything; if you wait and insist on sharing the house, the car, everything, you better don't live in a glass house.

Obasanjo shocks me - I can't believe that I once trusted that man to deliver Nigeria - he can't even deliver himself!

ochi

Oru-Ama
Jan 14, 2008, 10:24 AM
Let's thread softly softly. Do anyone know the actual truth of this accusation and counter accusation? OBJ may be known for everything evil but to sleep with his son's wife somehow looks strange.

That guy Gbenga may eventually need deliverance. Whatever happens to decency? This case should be a lesson to women too. Confiding in your sweetheart that your dad sexually abused you. Ah! What happen when the love flies out of the window, as is the case between them now?

This family should please spare us this gory tale. Are they cursed? Orishirishi:rolleyes:

Wayfarer
Jan 14, 2008, 10:53 AM
I think the problem these days is that we are following oyibo in everything;


We are following Oyinbo in every negative thing that is. We will not touch the positive aspects of Oyinbo culture with a ten foot pole. We will not copy their culture of accountability. For where? Science and technology nko? Whosai! And their culture of high standards at the University level? Na lie.

But we will copy divorce court. Small time now person go tell me say if you backhand small pikin wey yab im mama or papa, na child abuse be that. Small time them go tell me say if you shout for your pikin head, na child abuse. We no dey respect our elders again. Woman go wear mini skirt wey no even cover all of im yansh go greet elders for village, and e no go wan kneel down, sake of say im eye don open for akada campus or for obodo Oyinbo.

We forget that Oyinbo culture was cultivated for the Oyinbo man, not the Black man. We forget that we are not Oyinbo people. So we dey expose our yansh for divorce court like Oyinbo people? Na when we go climb mount Everest like Oyinbo people? Wetin we dey wait for before we go build motor, bicycle, road and bridge like Oyinbo people? When are we going to run our country efficiently like Oyinbo people?

E no get any bad thing wey Oyinbo dey do wey we no go copy. But all the good things wey dem de do, we go do like say we no see them. Na wa for Black people. Since many of una kuku believe in God, abeg make una ask am why e make us like this.

Sincere Brillow
Jan 14, 2008, 11:01 AM
Disrespecting your father in public, as Gbenga has done, is absolutely unNigerian. What ever happnened to taking matters to the elders in the village for redress? No matter how far we have departed from our roots, I believe our cultural strictures still excercise a stronger pull than the official law of the land. Even if a DNA test disqualifies Gbenga as the father of the children, and suggest that the father could be someone else from the Obasanjo clan, who can compel Olusegun Obasanjo to take a DNA test? Who will even have the liver to suggest such?

I think this matter should have been taken to the village and dealt with traditional style. Obasanjo might be too big for Nigeria, but I doubt that he could defy the elders of Owu.

Then again, I might just be naive about the current state of our culture.


Balderash!
A father does something abominable and you dare say Disrespecting your father in public, as Gbenga has done, is absolutely unNigerian
Unigerian ko Unabeokuta ni.

Wayfarer
Jan 14, 2008, 11:25 AM
Balderash!
A father does something abominable and you dare say Disrespecting your father in public, as Gbenga has done, is absolutely unNigerian
Unigerian ko Unabeokuta ni.


Make you kulu your temper. We don't even have any proof that Obasanjo commited the alleged offenses. And yes, I still don't see how putting everything out for the titiliating pleasure of the public helps anything. Let the DNA test be conducted, if possible. If the results reveal Olusegun Obasanjo as the father, fine. As it is now, Obasanjo could sue his son for libel.

Of course he could be refraining from doing so because the allegations are true, or because, who knows, he is still old fashioned enough to believe that it is unNigerian to drag your own son to court over such tawdry business.

Bottom line, we don't know. Let's wait for the DNA test if any before we condemn Obasanjo.

What?
Jan 14, 2008, 11:43 AM
Maybe I'm uncultured, but what is the civilized way to settle the matter if it is true your Father
and Father-In-Law are smashing your wife, and you are still footing all her bills? Meanwhile your Father and In-Law are telling you to hang in there and stay with your wife.

What does one do, call a family meeting and respectfully ask them to stop knacking your wive, or at least chip in on the bills? Secondly if the poor lady was being "molested" as an adult by her father, what was the point of telling her Husband and then going back for more "molestation". This is assuming that the affidavit is factual.

If we could answer these two posers:


I think this could be Gbenga's way of getting back at his father and father-in-law for the manner he has been treated thus far. It is likely that the father-in-law and Gbenga's father have created a difficulty for Gbenga in some businesses they owned jointly and this has affected his lifestyle and this is the manner he has sought to pay them back.


Does anyone have a copy of Moji's original petition to which Gbenga responded?

perhaps this would all make sense.


Anyway once again Obasanjo has come to the rescue of Nigerian Newspapers and Soft-Sell mag sales. If not they would still be doing the 50th interview with Dimeji Bankole ,talking about Yawn adua's new Squash racket, or giving Aondoakaa more chances to model his new suit collection .

dem
Jan 14, 2008, 12:25 PM
.............
E no get any bad thing wey Oyinbo dey do wey we no go copy. But all the good things wey dem de do, we go do like say we no see them. Na wa for Black people. Since many of una kuku believe in God, abeg make una ask am why e make us like this.

@ Wayfarer
Not to derail but... If u com read the Bible with a magnifying glass, or read am between the lines or in between the pages sef you go notice that God kept declaring that im be God of Israel and im go make dem a super duper people but that if those people don't hail Him - you know, Ranka dede - enough, im go raise the stones to do am with more effectitivity and energy. Since then, we have been Halleluyaring without let.

Bunch17
Jan 14, 2008, 12:37 PM
Wayfarer,

With all due respects, you are one of the people who have taken sides in this matter blaming the young man of unNigerian behaviour. Yes some have used this as an attempt to take a dig at OBJ but at the end of the day, we have to keep sentiment apart and consider the following;

This young man wants to legally end his marriage!

He wants to end it on the grounds of infidelity ( involving his dad)

He has the responsibility to prove this in court.

If the allegation is true, then there is nothing unNigerian in taking the course of action he has done. It is a taboo (unthinkable) for a man to have sex with his DIL. I
If he feels agrieved, it is up to him to seek regress in any way he sees fit and not be hampered by culture when the other party has clearly shown disdain towards this culture that we want to decide his fate.

As an aside, is this the only ground for disolution of marriage? If yes, should we not change the law to allow couples seperate amicably with as little discord as possible.

If no, then I think that this marriage is irreversible damaged whichever one looks at it and should be ended.

It is either this chap Gbenga is telling the truth and if I were in his shoes it is over or he is lying and in this case if I was the lady I would castrate him while he sleeps and gets the picture of what remains in the centre spread of the ovation.

What I think would not help anyone is to try and bury problems under the guise of culture. It is not uncommon to find a woman ostracised by her "community" in Diaspora because she dared to call police for her husband, because it is uncultural, unNigerian. It is those same people who were silent when the chap was beating her black and blue. This has to stop.

Wayfarer
Jan 14, 2008, 01:22 PM
Not to derail but... If u com read the Bible with a magnifying glass, or read am between the lines or in between the pages sef you go notice that God kept declaring that im be God of Israel and im go make dem a super duper people but that if those people don't hail Him - you know, Ranka dede - enough, im go raise the stones to do am with more effectitivity and energy. Since then, we have been Halleluyaring without let.


So that na the reason why we get church full everywhere. Haba, na which time God go give us mana from heaven now? Wetin e still dey wait for? Anyway sha, like you talk, make we no derail this thread.

Bunch17,

My post was made under the assumption that Olusegun Obasanjo still respects his own village elders. I know that crimes such as adultery are strictly punished in our culture. But I have one question for you. What if a DNA test indicates that Olusegun Obasanjo is not the father of any of Gbenga's children? Will you be there to support Gbenja when his father sues him for libel? Based on the Western law which we have apped like we do everything else, such a scenario (a negative DNA test) would be grounds for a libel or defamation lawsuit.

I could say that it is unNigerian for a father to sue his own son, but that would make me just an old fashioned relic, wouldn't it? Besides, your own tone suggests you have taken sides with Gbenga. How are you sure he is not fabricating these accusations so as to prevent any of his assets from being transfered to his wife in this Oyinbo-style divorce?



What I think would not help anyone is to try and bury problems under the guise of culture.


Please do not impute false statements to me or anyone. I never so much as insinuated that the matter should be buried. I specifically said that it should have been adjudicated by a council of village elders. A son feuding with his father is still a thing of great shame in our land. For your information, Obasanjo is not any more likely to heed the ruling of a court than a ruling by the council of elders. So what good will taking the matter to the court, rather than a council do in the end? No DNA test, no proof that Obasanjo fathered Gbenga's children, so Gbenga still gets to part with his property. Ain't divorce court great!:biggrin:



It is not uncommon to find a woman ostracised by her "community" in Diaspora because she dared to call police for her husband, because it is uncultural, unNigerian. It is those same people who were silent when the chap was beating her black and blue. This has to stop.


Please address this to somebody else. I do not share this mindset. Whrere I come from, if you mistreat your wife, her brothers or other male relatives will come and teach you how to treat your wife properly. And if that is not possible for any reason, the man will be ostracized from the clan. Ah, but all that is so quaint now, supplanted by Oyinbo's "infallible" system.

Funny though, I don't see Oyinbo copying anything from you.

Toku.A
Jan 14, 2008, 01:59 PM
The Obasanjo family is in the news for bad things every time, if it is not Iyabo contract scam it is Obasanjo snatching someone's wife, but to get to his daughter in law is very irritating.

Those admonishing Gbenga for going public in the name of culture should not wonder why some fellows try to reduce us to great apes. For God sake if there is anything African societies agree it is on the dispicability of incest especially at the level Gbenga is speaking about. Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope the media follows this case to the end.

Bunch17
Jan 14, 2008, 02:01 PM
What if a DNA test indicates that Olusegun Obasanjo is not the father of any of Gbenga's children? Will you be there to support Gbenja when his father sues him for libel? Based on the Western law which we have apped like we do everything else, such a scenario (a negative DNA test) would be grounds for a libel or defamation lawsuit.


Yes! Yes! Yes! Sue him, disown him, ostracise him whatever. I will also be here arguing that the injured party (OBJ) has the right to seek redress in any way that he sees fit culture or no culture.


How are you sure he is not fabricating these accusations so as to prevent any of his assets from being transfered to his wife in this Oyinbo-style divorce?

I am not sure he is not fabricating as I had made clear in my post. As per transfer of assets to wife "Oyibo-style" I think you need to look up the divorce laws of Nigeria and see if this is actually possible.

In the days when disputes were settled by elders, did "court of elders" settle such cases? What is the effect of the miriads of titles OBJ has on the possible outcome?
I am Igbo and in our culture people with Nze and Ozor titles were culturally forbidden to lie. Consequently it was a taboo for them to be cross examined. Now if you go through a list of present present title holders, you would see 419er, Thieves etc.
We have to accept that our society has changed and our method of seaking redress should also change to reflect this. BTW: If the age old custom for such an offense as commited by either OBJ or Gbenga is to be sold into slavery, how far would you expect the elders to go with their enforcement of the punishment?

Sorry to have put you on the defensive, but that is the reality of times. Many people I have met who quote "my culture" this " my culture" that and who are so anal about "respect" the cultural way when looked at closely often do not meet up their own part of the "culture bargain."



Funny though, I don't see Oyinbo copying anything from you.

I would not be surprised about this. I think the most pressing issue now is to see which of our culture we should dump and which of the Western culture would improve our lot if we are to adopt it. If we continue to dillydally with this concept every thing of us is good and every Western culture is bad, then our youth will invariably take that decision for themselves with disastrous consequences.

WaleAkin
Jan 14, 2008, 02:08 PM
I have followed this thread over the weekend with a bit of personal caution, not for anything but the simple fact that even if my father is a rabid dog, i cant and will never get a new father.

I am so shocked at the level of responses on this board, NVS as a whole, we tend to throw a lot of caution to the wind, many of the villagers asking that OBJ be disgraced, maimed and killed would dare not do such to their fathers, many on this board would at all times cover the shame of their parents but are so quick to come here and talk/write rubbish.

If my Father is caught in the act of sleeping with my wife of blissful 7 years of marriage and also the father of my child(ren) (May i be far away from it), i wouldnt dare come on the pages of national newspapers to shame him.

Lets forget this rapid westernization of our brains, this is an abominable act committed by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, it's more despicable on the part of his son Gbenga to come wash the linens for all to see. When biblical Noah was drunk and slept naked, his children came laughing at him.............This is what Gbenga has done!

Gbenga would have earned my respects if he had just settled out of court, give the Wife what she needs, let her walk away from the marriage, i know its tough but the future has a way of blessing such uncommon sapiens, then if there are press articles, responses and innuendoes, let it not be from him!!

When the sweetness of a marriage is high, we share alot of secrets, dont let out such secrets to spite the opposite sex when the road is rough-Its childish doing such!

No matter what, lets cover the shame of our parents and leave judgement to God!


Wayfarer, God bless you real good for that short response!

dem
Jan 14, 2008, 02:09 PM
....What if a DNA test indicates that Olusegun Obasanjo is not the father of any of Gbenga's children? Will you be there to support Gbenja when his father sues him for libel? ......

Wayfarer
If DNA indicate that OBJ is not the father of any of Gbenga's kids that would not necessarily mean that he is not culpable with sleeping with her. Believe me, the OBJ I know is very capable - even comfortable with such an act.

Having said all that, I still feel that Gbenga's actions are quite troubling and it would seem there's got to be more (unfortunately) to all this.

Toku.A
Jan 14, 2008, 02:27 PM
I have followed this thread over the weekend with a bit of personal caution, not for anything but the simple fact that even if my father is a rabid dog, i cant and will never get a new father.

I am so shocked at the level of responses on this board, NVS as a whole, we tend to throw a lot of caution to the wind, many of the villagers asking that OBJ be disgraced, maimed and killed would dare not do such to their fathers, many on this board would at all times cover the shame of their parents but are so quick to come here and talk/write rubbish.

If my Father is caught in the act of sleeping with my wife of blissful 7 years of marriage and also the father of my child(ren) (May i be far away from it), i wouldnt dare come on the pages of national newspapers to shame him.

Lets forget this rapid westernization of our brains, this is an abominable act committed by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, it's more despicable on the part of his son Gbenga to come wash the linens for all to see. When biblical Noah was drunk and slept naked, his children came laughing at him.............This is what Gbenga has done!

Gbenga would have earned my respects if he had just settled out of court, give the Wife what she needs, let her walk away from the marriage, i know its tough but the future has a way of blessing such uncommon sapiens, then if there are press articles, responses and innuendoes, let it not be from him!!

When the sweetness of a marriage is high, we share alot of secrets, dont let out such secrets to spite the opposite sex when the road is rough-Its childish doing such!No matter what, lets cover the shame of our parents and leave judgement to God!


Wayfarer, God bless you real good for that short response!


Wale I agree with your concluding part but I think culturally, when someone commited a grevious crime like the one Gbenga is accusing his father and father in law of commiting the Town crier would announce such a crime to the entire community, if ostracisation was the verdict or a capital punishment he still made the announcements. The Newspapers are our Town criers today.

It is quite touching though one wonders were it leads them to.

MrOneNaija
Jan 14, 2008, 03:14 PM
GBENGA OBASANJO: A SON WHO LOVES HIS FATHER SO MUCH

No feeling can be more excruciatingly painful than the realization that one has been betrayed by the very persons one was brought up to love, trust and cherish. That Gbenga loves his dad was amply demonstrated in his much publicised interview with Omoyele Sowore.
http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2241
(http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2241)
It is indeed an act of extreme generosity on the part of Gbenga to want to defend his lecherous father the way he did in the presence of Sowore even when intelligence - both personal and public - points to the sad reality that his father is one of those moral basket cases - the kind that in some ancient cultures were stoned or simply neutered in cleansing rituals of communal atonement.

Instead of casting aspersions on Gbenga by alluding to his supposed non-recourse to "village elders" - a dubious concept especially considering the peculiar circumstances of the litigation by Obasanjo's first son - Nigerians should sign congratulatory messages saluting Gbenga's bold and courageous gesture.

Beyond acting as a vital piece of information in his divorce case, the revelation by Gbenga should serve two main purposes. At the personal level of significance, it exposes further the dirty private life of one of Africa's most depraved dictators. Politically, the debauchery attributed to the ex-tyrant does bear considerable ramifications. A situation whereby contracts worth millions of dollars were awarded to clearly incompetent and undeserving individuals or entities whose sole qualification is a filial or sinful relationship with the big oga as was the case involving Gbenga's estranged wife and Iyabo Obasanjo, should be of concern to all.

Thanks to Gbenga, the mendacious and syrupy rhetoric about how Ali Baba "meant well" has once more been exposed for what it is - claptrap intended for the unsuspecting and the intellectually indolent.

Citizens need to refresh their collective memory. It was the same Gbenga who also warned Nigerians in his conversation with Sowere that some dangerous influences, both local and foreign, were canvassing for Obasanjo's obnoxious Third Term plot. His privileged insight no doubt helped in jolting compatriots from their slumber. And the rest, they say, is history!

Another point that needs to be mentioned is that perhaps Gbenga knows his daddy more than anyone else. More than any other person, he knows the risk to his life were he to be quiet in the face of the terrible abomination and conspiracy of which he is a clear victim. In this regard, it is not of crucial importance whether or not a DNA test reveals that the ex-dictator is the biological father of Gbenga's children.

Discerning citizens (including this writer) have stated before that the ex-potentate called Obasanjo is Idi Amin, Banda, Bokassa and Abacha rolled into one. Obasanjo is the Nigerian equivalent of Caligula (My article entitled "The Tragedy of Caligula", by Aonduna Tondu, is available on the Nigerian Village Square and elsewhere on the Internet ). That is to say that he is amoral!

elgaxton
Jan 14, 2008, 03:39 PM
Na wah o! only God knows when Obj will be Unpredictable when it

comes to evil deeds.

Tufia kwa. Alu!

Abraxas
Jan 14, 2008, 03:43 PM
Hi, folks!

The over-emphasis on DNA testing presupposes that the shining of congo must necessarily culminate in a pregnancy. No!

So, what if OBJ's aged chromosomes, genes, RNA, and DNA fingerprints do not match those of Gbenga's children, does that necessarily absolve General Aremu Okikiolakan Olusegun Obasanjo, the nymphomaniac of Ibogun village in Owu Kingdom (in the middle of Nowhere), of Gbenga's accusation of yonking his very beloved wife, Mrs. Mojishola Gbenga-Obasanjo?

By the way, let me digress a bit: Did you know that the explosion incident that took place a few days ago in Port Harcourt, was actually on a marine vessel that was delivering imported petroleum products to Gbenga Obasanjo's private tank farm and depot, located in the facilities of the former bulk palm oil produce storage depot that was "deregulated" and "privatized" by General Okikiolakan Aremu Segun Obasanjo, the father of Senator Iyabo Bello-Obasanjo, Gbenga, and modern Nigeria?

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

salstep
Jan 14, 2008, 04:15 PM
I have followed this thread over the weekend with a bit of personal caution, not for anything but the simple fact that even if my father is a rabid dog, i cant and will never get a new father.

I am so shocked at the level of responses on this board, NVS as a whole, we tend to throw a lot of caution to the wind, many of the villagers asking that OBJ be disgraced, maimed and killed would dare not do such to their fathers, many on this board would at all times cover the shame of their parents but are so quick to come here and talk/write rubbish.

If my Father is caught in the act of sleeping with my wife of blissful 7 years of marriage and also the father of my child(ren) (May i be far away from it), i wouldnt dare come on the pages of national newspapers to shame him.

Lets forget this rapid westernization of our brains, this is an abominable act committed by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, it's more despicable on the part of his son Gbenga to come wash the linens for all to see. When biblical Noah was drunk and slept naked, his children came laughing at him.............This is what Gbenga has done!

Gbenga would have earned my respects if he had just settled out of court, give the Wife what she needs, let her walk away from the marriage, i know its tough but the future has a way of blessing such uncommon sapiens, then if there are press articles, responses and innuendoes, let it not be from him!!

When the sweetness of a marriage is high, we share alot of secrets, dont let out such secrets to spite the opposite sex when the road is rough-Its childish doing such!

No matter what, lets cover the shame of our parents and leave judgement to God!


Wayfarer, God bless you real good for that short response!



I thought i won't be commenting on this thread as it looks like a nollywood firm to me, but it seem some villagers are advocating Gbenga should have kept quiet. Make una check una heart well. SO if any of you catch ur papa dey roger your wife, u will quietly settle it as a family affair?

I don't see any human that won't react in a worse manner than Gbenga. He papa get luck say Gbenga no kill am.

Big-K
Jan 14, 2008, 04:39 PM
This whole thing is nauseating to say the least.

Its obvious a calculated move on the part of Gbenga to rubbish his father as much as possible. If it were only about divorce, all he needed was a paternity test to prove that he's not the father of the kids, and thats something he should have done BEFORE signing the affidavit. Even if he suspects his father, tradition and common sense dictates that suspicion alone should not be the basis of such crazy allegations.

OBJ may be a known serial womanizer, but I'm not sure rubbishing his father this way does Gbenga any good. I, for one, would never want to be associated with such a fellow.

Atomic Kitten
Jan 14, 2008, 04:43 PM
What I find startling in the entire story is not that Obasanjo slept with his DIL, after all you can not blame a mad man for acting mad because it is a given expectation. Surprise is when the mad man starts to act sane.
Obasanjo was, is and shall continue to be an incurable womanizer. What happened to the word "NO" ? So long as the women are willing participants, who am I to blame Obasanjo. He has women offering it to him left and right, who is he to deny them the pleasure of him famed prowess?

What I find startling is the revelation that Mojisola was sexually abused by her father. If this is true then it is the greatest harm that a parent can inflict on a child. This will affect her for the rest of her life. It is also not the kind of problem one can easily discuss with anyone especially family members. I can imagine the type of uproar it would cause, she will end up being victimized all over again.
I don't know nor believe that a daughter would initiate sex with her father to curry favor, that is sick and the father must be sick to welcome such an advance. Surely there are many other ways to get favor from one's father. :eek::eek::eek:
Too often we hear of fathers who sleep with their daughters and it is either ignored or swept under the carpet and sometimes mothers turn a blind eye.

For those who are surprised that Gbenga has made this public, consider the fact that Obasanjo has not really been a father in the true sense of the word. He has merely populated Nigeria with children whose mothers are the sole emotional support and guidance. Therefore I am not surprised that Gbenga has made this public. Imagine how you would feel if your friend slept with your wife and magnify that feeling ten or even a hundred - thats how Gbenga feels.

The only wrong I feel Gbenga committed, is making public what his wife told him in confidence.
If this story is true, then both Gbenga and mojisola are victims.
What a mess.

UncleTisha
Jan 14, 2008, 04:48 PM
This whole thing is nauseating to say the least.

Its obvious a calculated move on the part of Gbenga to rubbish his father as much as possible. If it were only about divorce, all he needed was a paternity test to prove that he's not the father of the kids, and thats something he should have done BEFORE signing the affidavit. Even if he suspects his father, tradition and common sense dictates that suspicion alone should not be the basis of such crazy allegations.

OBJ may be a known serial womanizer, but I'm not sure rubbishing his father this way does Gbenga any good. I, for one, would never want to be associated with such a fellow.


Neither would I, Big -K.

Neither would I.

The guy is obviously not thinking straight. His dad will expire in the not too distant future and he would still be bearing that name.

Will he be able to live with that burden?

Amy
Jan 14, 2008, 04:57 PM
It seems to me some of us are taking the liberty of presuming Obj is guilty as charged even before he has the opportunity of defending himself. While he sure has no moral capital to fall back on, given his many antics, I still think it stands to reason to reserve judgment until we, at least, hear his side of the story. As always there's more than one angle to every gist and this one is not likely to be an exception to that rule.

I pity all involved as one can only imagine the emotional and psychological torture they are all going through at this point. The kids are the main victims here and for their sakes, I wish this story never saw the light of day. I guess wishes ain't horses afterall.

It's sad to watch adults get so self-absorbed that they forget their primary responsibility to helpless kids whose lives will be seriously impacted by these kinds of disclosures long before they have the opportunity to define their destinies. God help them and counter the negative effects of this unfortunate episode is my prayer for those kids.

The only happy-go-lucky bandwagon here is the media that will exploit this story to high heavens, no doubt.

Later o.

pappilo
Jan 14, 2008, 05:12 PM
If my Father is caught in the act of sleeping with my wife of blissful 7 years of marriage and also the father of my child(ren) (May i be far away from it), i wouldnt dare come on the pages of national newspapers to shame him.

Lets forget this rapid westernization of our brains, this is an abominable act committed by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, it's more despicable on the part of his son Gbenga to come wash the linens for all to see. When biblical Noah was drunk and slept naked, his children came laughing at him.............This is what Gbenga has done!



Waleakin you know better than to type this! Gbenga did not go to any newspaper, the journalists got hold of copies of the court papers. But even if he went to the papers nko?

Mikky jaga
Jan 14, 2008, 05:21 PM
A closer look at the Counter Affidavit reveals why Gbenga determined to spill the beans on his father's immoral relationship.

The lady is asking for some huge amount of money as divorce settlement bill. Gbenga said he could not afford such huge claims. He therefore needs to show that the lady is a gold digger and of loose moral character to prevent the court from awarding her such a damaging claim.

Obasanjo that knows where the divorce proceeding could lead to is the one morally obliged to call the warring parties to order with a view to settling the problem amicably before the matter blows into the open. But how could he do so when he is also part of the problem.

When an elder begins to eat yam in the same plate with little children, they will eventually begin to make fun of the movement of his moustache. Obasanjo messed up real bad. That is why his son has to alert the world about his crooked ways.

Go on Gbenga, tell us more about what we already know. OBJ is as corrupt as corruption itself.

Austin
Jan 14, 2008, 05:26 PM
Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely - as they say.

OverLoad
Jan 14, 2008, 05:39 PM
*hiss*
Typical African-Nigerian mentality of sweeping it under the carpet and praying it decomposes and goes away......
I cant believe ppl are screaming culture instead of screaming how to get to the bottom of this and find out its authenticity.
If theres any truth in it , I think we should all be concerned about this supposedly "sick' man that once ruled us as a nation who can/could not put his household under control and was trusted to rule a whole nation...how ironic.....and we wonder why things never work out for Nigeria....
However way Gbenga chose to come out with it should not even be a primary issue....what bothers me more is that this allegations had better not be true....
Our soceity and this keep it "mum" and in the family issue is starting to be troubling...same concept has been applied severally in many areas of our lives.. for example a teenage girl got raped and was pregnant for her uncle and cos they dont want family shame, they hushed it in the family and got girl to abort..while randy uncle was left to go on with his life like nothing happened..of cos he cant be arrested if they dont press charges or even report to the police....afterall they dont wanna wash their dirty linen in public...while the poor girl grew up being abnormal and scarred....randy uncle is out there and prolly does not recall that 1 incident which totally derailed a young girl's life...

Most Nigerians try to act holier than thou and are quick to come out and condemn the western culture,they say of how corrupt it is, how their morals are fast decaying...when in actuality worse things happen at their backyard ..bt because ppl would rather conceal it , it happens and goes unattended....it of cos repeats itself again....
A 3yr old girl raped in America would make CNN and in a jiffy , there would be mug shots of the criminal all over the news, in nigeria we only get to know about it, if the relatives could not apply the "its familly issue- we dont want shame" concept on time and story gets from 1 person to another...

Imagine if Bush slept with his Son-In-Law....ppl wouldnt even question why his daughter came out..they would rather attack the situation by investigating the man further........
Mr clinton got a fellatio and see how America reacted to it.....see how the man was humbled and apologised to the whole nation cos he felt a responsibilty as a president to lead by example and be able to 'own' his household...and we wonder why some things work for them...oh well....

Vade Mecum
Jan 14, 2008, 05:43 PM
It seems to me some of us are taking the liberty of presuming Obj is guilty as charged even before he has the opportunity of defending himself. While he sure has no moral capital to fall back on, given his many antics, I still think it stands to reason to reserve judgment until we, at least, hear his side of the story. As always there's always more than one angle to every gist and this one is not likely to be an exception to that rule.

-Amy


Even if he suspects his father, tradition and common sense dictates that suspicion alone should not be the basis of such crazy allegations

-Big K

The guy is obviously not thinking straight. His dad will expire in the not too distant future and he would still be bearing that name. Will he be able to live with that burden?

-Uncle Tisha

WORDS OF WISDOM

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Waleakin you know better than to type this! Gbenga did not go to any newspaper, the journalists got hold of copies of the court papers.

But even if he went to the papers nko?
-pappilo



Dear Pappilo,

What happens if Gbenga is not even able to establish a prima facie case viz-a-viz

these scandalous allegations ?


Assuming, Gbenga scales the first test above, are you sure he will be able to

ultimately establish his allegations with a preponderance of credible evidence ?


Assuming Gbenga is unable to scale the second hurdle above, are you still

sure that your statement to Wale Akin "But even if he went to the papers nko?"

would still be in order ?


Na one thing to allege, na different thing to prove the allegations. At this stage,

we need facts and other incontrovertible evidence and not press and public show


What if at the end of the day, OBJ turns out to be a victim of slander,libel and

blackmail among others; and not the 13 horn devil he has been painted to be ?


Abeg make unu tell Gbenga make him enter house.

Is he not OBJ's eldest son ?

Why him dey set his own house on fire ?


Even if water pass through garri. My people talk say, if oyinbo rat chop oyinbo

yam, all na oyinbo people and oyinbo properties. D/4 make dem settle am for

oyinbo house. Except there is a crime involved. Abee na rape dem say ee happen

Even if na rape allegation, the pre-supposed victim, go still need to assist gofment

establish all the elements of rape beyond reasonable doubt.


Gbenga softlee, softlee, when your old man die, you go inherit both his assets and

liabilities. Including the liability wey you dey currently create for the Obasanjo family.


Tony

Dimaanu
Jan 14, 2008, 05:53 PM
If indeed OBJ slept with Gbenga's wife while in Aso rock, what did Gbenga do after he found out?
If he continued to sleep with her after that incident, then he is as guilty as his father.
I would recommend that both of them have their "abunna" cut off with a dagger to appease the land.


Seriously though, this is a very sad development. Gbenga should have exercised caution instead of rubbishing his family name like this.:neutral:

Oluvision
Jan 14, 2008, 05:59 PM
Gbenga is my man,

**** the repulsive parts of our culture. A man rape his young relative entrusted in his care. Instead of the family to sue him, they will cover it up. They will settle in house. The main reason: they do not want "shame' on the family. Shame on the people avoiding shame.

As for me is better for justice to be applied and the family be shamed.

That is the same mentality that made Oni of ife to be beg for Etteh. She is our daughter, do not let her be disgraced.

Why do we like to avoid shame and disgrace at the expense of fair justice.

Gbenga keep on spilling the beans on your Father.


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So Modupe also gets contract and undeserved concession from the federal and state governments. Larmode should be getting all these evidences in preparation for the inevitable prosecution of Baba Congo Shiner with no bounds.

Dimaanu
Jan 14, 2008, 06:06 PM
I am curious as to why nobody is saying anything about Modupe that supposedly slept with her father in-law. Isn't she guilty as well?:confused:

I am yet to read a thread where any villager opened the nyash of their father and uncles that stole Government money. Abi, nobody papa ever stole Government money for dis village?...Make una begin confess o! .....since Gbenga is a role model

BTW, what proof does Gbenga have that this happened?

Abraxas
Jan 14, 2008, 06:31 PM
When an elder begins to eat yam in the same plate with little children, they will eventually begin to make fun of the movement of his moustache. Obasanjo messed up real bad. That is why his son has to alert the world about his crooked ways.

Go on Gbenga, tell us more about what we already know. OBJ is as corrupt as corruption itself.

Hi, Mikky Jaga!

Gbam! Gbam!! Gbam!!! T'ank yoo very mush, ojare. One solid GBOZA to you:

Story, story, (story!) Once upon a time, (time, time!)

And so, it came to pass in the good old olden days, General Okikiolakan Olusegun Aremu Matiyu Sikiru Obasanjo (The Great; GCFR) died and went with a presidential convoy to heaven. When he got there, Saint Peter told him that he was not on the guest list, and that he did not qualify to be in heaven: OBJ must go to hell.

So, General (Balogun) Aremu Segun Okikiolakan Obasanjo went straight to hell where Satan, the devil, gave him a hearty and rousing reception, and told him to make himself at home in hell.

Then Baba Senator Iyabo noticed that he left his luggage in heaven, and told his host, Satan, who said:

"No problem, OBJ, I'll send a couple of little devils to get your stuff from heaven, back to hell. {yoo hear?} my pikin, Segun"

When the little devils got to heaven, they fund the gates were locked: Saint Peter was having lunch, and so, they started debating what next to do. Finally, one of the little devils came up with the brilliant idea that they should go over the wall and get OBJ's luggage.

As they climbed the wall, two little angels saw them, and one angel said to the other:

"My Lord, look at that! General Okikiolakan Aremu Olusegun Obasanjo (GCFR; JP) has been in hell no more than ten minutes, and we're already getting refugees from hell!"

That is the end of my story for today.

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS(III)

MrOneNaija
Jan 14, 2008, 06:43 PM
THE VIEW FROM ABUJA

Here is an interesting view on this numbing scandal. The commentary is by the editor-in-chief of the Abuja daily, Leadership.

It is curious that much of the national media seems to be observing a "see no evil, say no evil" posture regarding the Obasanjo abomination.

Did Baba Really Sleep With His Daughter-in-law?

Sam Nda-Isaiah

Leadership
Abuja
Monday, January 14, 2008


There was a time this column raised alarm that Aso Rock under former President Olusegun Obasanjo had become an executive red light district. But even then, I didn't know how flagrant the situation had become. Obasanjo's personal conduct and lifestyle no longer matter to us and this column no longer cares if he decides to spend his retirement making a living as a super-stud or a gigolo, but it will be important to do a post-mortem of that era to see why the government was such a disaster, even if to avoid a repeat.

Now, we are beginning to hear alarming revelations which only confirm what some of us have been saying, which is that Obasanjo should not have been president in the first place. It is not for nothing that developed democracies place much premium on a candidate's family or even sex life. That's the only reason a celebrity politician like Senator Ted Kennedy will never become the president of the United States. But for some strange reasons, in Nigeria, we just flippantly laugh over such matters. Obasanjo's eight-year mismanagement of the nation was beyond error. It obviously had something to do with his make-up. There are some people who should never be allowed to come close to public office, and Obasanjo is one of them.

Gbenga, Obasanjo's son, has just given a sizzling testimony about his father in court. In divorcing his wife, Mojisola, he averred that his father, Olusegun Obasanjo, had sex with his wife several times and rewarded her with juicy NNPC contracts for the sexual favours. Probably for want of a better phrase, Sunday Sun which broke the story yesterday simply called it "Treasonable Sex". For the first time, I wish the English had invented a stronger synonym for "scandal".

I am sure it must have taken Gbenga several months of painful ruminations before he finally decided to put the matter in the public domain. A person's son would not be making such a grievous accusation if he was not 100 per cent certain of the facts. I sincerely sympathise with Gbenga for this harrowing experience. He must have wished Obasanjo were not his father just as Nigerians now wish (in hindsight) that Obasanjo was never their president. If Obasanjo can ruin his son's marriage, then ruining the nation as he has now done would only be a matter of course.

To be sure, this is not the first time poor Gbenga is having a raw deal from daddy. When Obasanjo was a much younger officer in the Nigerian Army, he bought a brand new car and took it home. Gbenga, then a very impressionable and adventurous lad, "stole" the keys as many teenagers would do and took the car for a jolly ride and, in the process, he got the car bashed. Gbenga was so frightened of what could be the consequence of his action that he couldn't go home. He got some of his father's friends to go and plead for him. His father "forgave" him. Several years later when Gbenga had graduated from the university, he acquired his own brand new car and took it to his daddy for blessing. His father appeared impressed and asked for the key to just test-drive. Obasanjo looked for a major obstacle and rammed the new car into it. He took the car back home and reminded his son what he did to his own car several years earlier. It was tit for tat. Gbenga was alarmed!

Obasanjo virtually seduced or raped (depending on which was more effective) nearly every lady he had to deal with in the course of his job in the last eight years using the allure of his office. And he didn't discriminate between married and unmarried women, female ministers and Aso Rock house girls, or even stewards and cooks. We heard all those salacious gossips, and Obasanjo himself was said to have confided in close friends that he was born again only from his waist up and that he could not guarantee the proper conduct of his groins at all times.

So many terrible nonsense things were said about Nigeria's former president while he was still in office, but none is as abominable as his sleeping with his daughter-in-law. Were there limits for Obasanjo's libido beyond which he would not tread? From what we now know, it will be difficult to tell. If he had a pretty daughter, would he give it a go? Or even a grand-daughter? The serious question to ask here is who seduced whom? Did Obasanjo make the first move because of his insatiable appetite or was it Mojisola knowing full well the kind of father-in-law she had? The answer to that could simply be that Obasanjo used the NNPC contract to lure his daughter-in-law to bed.

During Obasanjo's eight-year reign, most women who got juicy appointments or contracts had to do so through his bed. A few, like Senator (Mrs) Iyabo Anisulowo who refused him sexual favours, lost their jobs or got their contracts terminated. That was the horror Nigeria went through between 1999 and 2007.

If Obasanjo could do this to his son, why are we surprised that he serially raped Nigeria so roughly? There is no way Nigeria could have fared better with so much irresponsibility at that level. And while he was busy with this erotic affair with his daughter-in-law, his eldest daughter, Iyabo, was engrossed in her own orgy of impersonation, 419 and breach of the law, signing a N3.5 billion contract with her father's government while serving as commissioner in Ogun State. What kind of nonsense is this? No other president took Nigeria for a ride nearly as Obasanjo did. And the more annoying of this is that he still wants to continue influencing the nation's affairs by the side.

There is nothing that would ever be said about Obasanjo again that would surprise me. I used to laugh and scorn at insinuations by some people that the former president was actually mentally unwell. Now I am convinced that we were led for eight years by a loony. I now appreciate Alhaji M. D. Yusufu's response to a question from a journalist a few years ago: when he was asked what advice he would give Obasanjo, as president, considering that they were friends, if he found himself with him alone in a room, the former IG simply said he would escape through the nearest window. People laughed but I now know he was not joking.

Next time we are shopping for a president, we must insist, as all civilised democracies do, on knowing every candidate's family values.

As for Baba, whenever he is charged to court for the mindless corruption he dragged us through – and that day would surely come – his lawyer would serve him well by simply pleading insanity. I am sure the judge will believe him.

Atomic Kitten
Jan 14, 2008, 06:47 PM
If we are willing to give OBJ the benefit of doubt, we must also give Gbenga the benefit of doubt.

This accusation, whether right or wrong, is not something he would make without having overwhelming evidence that it is true. Bear in mind that this accusation is not something that is outside of his father's character, so, the possibility that it is true is very high.

This "culture" of covering up wrongs is bad. There are men who feel that any woman under their care or authority is fair game. This is totally and absolutely wrong. Not all dirty laundry can be cleaned in the house, some have to be taken out for cleaning.

The word "elder" connotes not only age but wisdom. Where is the wisdom in what these "elders" are alleged to have done. :icon_ques
The young shall grow and the "elders" should not impede them.

Austin
Jan 14, 2008, 07:33 PM
This case reminds me of a recent event here in Denmark. A father, in conjunction with the mother, were found to have been molesting their daughters, both girls, from the ages of 2. After, the father had 'enjoyed' the eldest child for about 6 years, he then got the idea to train her and begin hiring her out to other men as a professional prostitute. through his underground connections he got many customers who also 'enjoyed' the children for fees. Some of the clients came back several times.

When the news hit the nation, it was both sensational and disturbing.

The father along with the mother and other known accomplices in this crime were arrested, tried and sentenced.

The father was fined and sent to jail. He will be there for the next x years. The mother was banished to a psychiatric home indefinitely. The other customers were also fined, sent to jail and some of them will be deported after completion of their sentences, as they are not Danish citizens.

The moral of the case is this:

- Adopting the "Oyinbo style" is not bad, if we are prepared to adopt it correctly, which means that allegation or no allegation, by now, that chief Onabanjo should have been taken to custody and probably made to appear before a judge, while investigation into the allegation continues.

- the children trapped in this case should have been put under special beamlight by the authorities pending the determination of the case.

- General Obasanjo should have by now come under immense scrutiny by the authority, to determine whether there is more to the story, and whether some of these involve could be called criminal.

- The alleger, Mr Gbenga Obasanjo, should have better arm himself with proper evidences, else he might later find himself in deep trouble, if he were to be found as having made false claims

-And so on and so on.

- And if it is the "traditional ways" we want to follow. Then lets follow it properly, so that for example, everybody concerned will have to swear by some powerful gods, with consequences - of course.

- In short, which ever way we chose, lets follow it properly and follow things to their logical conclusion.

Thanks

.bebi
Jan 14, 2008, 07:35 PM
I remember when I watched Obj and Stella's son's wedding on Bisi Olatilo's show,the thot that crossed my mind was kai,Obj must be pinning for his new DIL,cos the girl fine small.I hope say he never make any advances towards her.

.bebi
Jan 14, 2008, 08:14 PM
HAPPY NEW YEAR NVS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I don tok before say Dis Yoruba Girls sef!

:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

I dey come. Twins dey land for yonda.

:confused1:confused1:confused1:confused1

EMILY! EMILY MODUPE JOHNSON!!!!! EMILY O!

yOU GO DO GOD MODA???

YA FREND TOO DEY HALA LIKE SAY IM NEVA BON BEFORE!!

:cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:

DISTER (In 'too many school fees' mode)

Welcome back Djister.I hope Subi don born ibeji.:razz:

WaleAkin
Jan 14, 2008, 09:57 PM
Guys,
My Mother is always quick to add this age-long Yoruba proverb each time she has the opportunity to address any of her siblings- "Iru eleyin ko sele ri, afi n deru ba oloro ni, ko si oun tuntun kan labe orun mo" (There's nothing new under the sun)

I for one will never disgrace my father in public-I learnt this a long time ago! Agbedo, Kamari!!. NVS is gradually showing its true colour where the villagers therein will disgrace, maim and kill their biological fathers if caught in this case as we have on the Obasanjo family.

Big K and Uuncle Tisha, words are not enough to appreciate you buddies, may your Momsies wake up daily and send you guys concentrated Abiyamo prayers.

Just as the Infinity crew sang in the popular Olori-oko-I have seen the future, thought i am not a prophet-I seriously fear for the future of Gbenga Obasanjo, i dont know how Jimoh Ibrahim made his millions but even if my Father is a bricklayer and my momsie a bean cake seller, i want the world to know them and truly know that they are my Parent.

You guys on this board should constantly go home ohhhhh.............Many of una don forget una roots ohhhh..........

Abo oro la n so fun omoluabi...................A word is enough for the wise

busanga
Jan 14, 2008, 10:14 PM
What is all these redundant talk of oyinbo ways? is it the oyinbo way to protect the sanctity of marriage and ensure that the bed is not defiled? Is it the oyinbo way to ensure leaders are not just above aboard board in public, but also their private dealings? is transparency of the media and judiciary an oyinbo way? You people should stop insulting Africans!

Culture is a living being. It must change with time. Africa cannot act like a mole in time- stuck in the stone ages. We must move beyond this oyinbo way-african bush man paradigms. It is time we start reflecting on what is good, what is right and what elevates our collective well being. A leader that sleeps with his daughter has a serious moral deficit-

And yes, until proven guilty he is innocent. But that does not preclude the right of the public to make their own conclusions in light of available evidence- circumstantial or substantive. It is the beauty of democracy- over gerontocracy and babalogy. And yes, it is African!

Jah Guda
Jan 14, 2008, 10:32 PM
Good Old Vitamin V :D

Old man, I salute your in-dickability.:lol:

Atomic Kitten
Jan 14, 2008, 11:03 PM
[QUOTE=WaleAkin;4294979810]Guys,
My Mother is always quick to add this age-long Yoruba proverb each time she has the opportunity to address any of her siblings- "Iru eleyin ko sele ri, afi n deru ba oloro ni, ko si oun tuntun kan labe orun mo" (There's nothing new under the sun)

I for one will never disgrace my father in public-I learnt this a long time ago! Agbedo, Kamari!!. NVS is gradually showing its true colour where the villagers therein will disgrace, maim and kill their biological fathers if caught in this case as we have on the Obasanjo family.

Big K and Uuncle Tisha, words are not enough to appreciate you buddies, may your Momsies wake up daily and send you guys concentrated Abiyamo prayers.

Just as the Infinity crew sang in the popular Olori-oko-I have seen the future, thought i am not a prophet-I seriously fear for the future of Gbenga Obasanjo, i dont know how Jimoh Ibrahim made his millions but even if my Father is a bricklayer and my momsie a bean cake seller, i want the world to know them and truly know that they are my Parent.



My response is to quote Ephesians 6:4

"Fathers, do not exasperate your children, instead bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord"

I don't think anyone is in support of rubbishing their family name, those who support Gbenga are in support of truth.

Titus 2:1 in admonition to fathers says;

"Encourage the young men to be self - controlled. In everything set them an example by doing what is good. In your teaching show integrity, seriousness and soundness of speech that cannot be condemned, so that those who oppose you may be ashamed because they have nothing bad to say."

A parent should not automatically assume that he can misbehave repeatedly and still earn his children's respect.

OBJ is not the average or regular parent so Gbenga's situation is different from mine or that of most individuals. While we may not be compelled to go to the courts over this type of matter Gbenga has a right to handle it in the way he deems fit.

Dimaanu
Jan 14, 2008, 11:38 PM
Folks, lets proceed with caution. These are divorce proceedings with money and custody issues in serious contention. From experience of divorce cases in naija, this is precisely the type of divorce case wherein the divorcing spouses will go to all extremes literally to 'prove' moral turpitude on the part of the other spouse and hopefully obtain favourable consideration from the judge/public opinion.

Furthermore, there is little love lost between Gbenga and both his papa and papa-in-law. I'd take this story with a barrel of salt - until I see the smoking gun...


AMEN! AMEN!! AMEN!!!

Vade Mecum
Jan 15, 2008, 12:11 AM
Dear Gbenga Obasanjo,

Please take am easy plus cooleh

If this matter wey dey for hand na truth, God go take care of am.

If this matter nor be true, remember say Proverbs 11:29 say :

"He that troubleth his own house , shall inherit the wind."

Abeg make you ponder on these small, small nuggets of wisdom, written below

Man, wey allow car dey pursue am, go soon tire.

Man wey run, dey pursue car, go soon get exhausted.

Man wey use him bare hand, scratch him bottom, nor fit lick ogbono or

or egusi with that hand, until him wash the hand

Man wey dey drive like hell, fit reach hell, before him reach where him de go.

Say person fit fight war nor mean say him right.

Pickin wey say him papa and mama nor go sleep, him self nor go sleep

Man wey dey live for glass house, na for only basement him suppose to change clothes.

Man wey fart for church, who im go follow siddon for pew next time.

Talk true, if God wake you up for ya dream this night, come tell you say,

make you swear say all ya allegations against ya papa na true, say whether

you witness the allegations wey you dey insist put, na wetin you go tell God?

You go talk say, na ya wife, say na she tell you ?????

Take time, as you dey wash your family dirty dross for public , abee you nor

know say, for inside a crowded elevator, wetin midgets dey smell different

from wetin others dey smell?

I nor say make you nor seek justice, but make you nor declare ya papa guilty

until evidence, prove am guilty. Carry ya family comot for court of public opinion.


Na me, a humble Nigerian, for Nigeria Village Square

Tony Okosun

Mirinda
Jan 15, 2008, 12:40 AM
I am yet to read a thread where any villager opened the nyash of their father and uncles that stole Government money. Abi, nobody papa ever stole Government money for dis village?...Make una begin confess o! .....since Gbenga is a role model

Dimaanu, coveting a son's wife or molesting a daughter and stealing govt. money, aside from being sins, only have indiscipline in common.

Egun Mogaji
Jan 15, 2008, 12:51 AM
In de country of the blind,
na one-eyed man be the king.
In the conutry of the blind.

It is a shame, but also a fact, that Nigeria, big as it is, is a bit like an adult with the intelligence of a minor.
From Gowon, through Idiagbon to Abacha, Idiagbon, Shehu Musa Yar'adua and this OBJ person.....it's been a case of perambulating and still in the same place.
There is no sense of right or wrong. Abacha allegedly died in the company of prostitutes imported from India...so OBJ has done better...he kept it in the family. Good Luck to them all.
I don't give two fingers about Gbenga or Moji. They all deserve as much as they get. And quit sympathy for these sychophants. When the going is good, they don't come running for your sympathy. They oppress common people.
T'ija ba de, orin a d'owe.

We cannot compare our country with anywhere else in the West for the simple fact that i Nigeria, Accountabililty is Zero. I bet you $100, OBJ isn't the first to do this sort of madness.

Oh well, I guess it makes some salacious news item.
:evil::evil::evil:

Mirinda
Jan 15, 2008, 01:02 AM
Assuming this, the allegation and / or the crime, happened, some are saying that Gbenga should have taken this to the village elders, i.e, sought redress via the native court. How does this defer from using the modern court system?

Dimaanu
Jan 15, 2008, 01:14 AM
Dimaanu, coveting a son's wife or molesting a daughter and stealing govt. money, aside from being sins, only have indiscipline in common.

Hi Mirinda,

Good point!....Maybe you can help me here.

Let me make it clear that I do not care one bit about Obasanjo as a person, but having read all the posts in this thread, I am yet to see any proof that OBJ slept with Gbenga's wife.
And I repeat, for the benefit of the villagers applauding Gbenga and encouraging him to disparage his father, have you reported your own father to the EFCC for stealing from the government? Honesty should not be a relative term.

Gbenga said he has "facts", I need to see them before I can believe this story.
We may all loathe Obasanjo as an ex-president but I have my reservations about this very issue.

Gbenga alleged that his wife slept with his father (:o) for NNPC contracts, someone posted on this thread that OBJ also favoured Gbenga in a "privatization" deal, am I to believe that Gbenga slept with his father too. Why is not possible that OBJ gave his DIL the contracts just for the sake of it.

If OBJ slept with his daughter in-law, it is a grievous sin. I would be careful to believe such allegation without a substantial evidence.

Ochi Dabari
Jan 15, 2008, 01:19 AM
The thing is so shocking that I cannot string my thoughts together. I thought hard about it; the strange relationship between Gbenga and his father. What sort of family is that? It is good for a man (and woman too) to control his thing; the sex organ can cause a lot of havoc. Looking carefully at the Obasanjo family, I am wondering if it is not cursed. He may have the good luck of getting power but the rest of his life is cursed.

As it is now, I will not be surprised if similar accusations are thrown at Gbenga. We may soon hear that he has slept with his mother before; or that he slept with his mother-in-law or the sisters-in-law, or the friends of his estranged wife.

Some families are woven in a web of shame and bad luck. I would rather remain poor and happy.

ochi

tonsoyo
Jan 15, 2008, 01:34 AM
No matter what we choose to believe about this grave allegation the damage is already done. Whether Obasanjo did it or not, that family will never be the same again.

Those who are blaming Gbenga for making this public if it indeed happened, must have forgotten that the same incongruous genes that runs in the system of the father to make him sleep with his DIL is probably running in the son to make him misbehave as well. He is only been a true son of his father. Aberration begets aberration.

Somebody made a very good point earlier that Obasanjo has never really been a father to the multitude of his children. That is very true. They never shared the kind of bound that would naturally make it unthinkable for Obasanjo as a father to do. If it happened that will be a major factor.

Obasanjo has hurt a lot of people in personal ways, I think it is pay back time. The same way God used David children against him.

I am beginning to think that there is a natural law of retribution.

DoubleWahala
Jan 15, 2008, 01:45 AM
Aberration begets aberration.



Period!!! :lol:

DW

Auspicious
Jan 15, 2008, 01:50 AM
No matter what we choose to believe about this grave allegation the damage is already done. Whether Obasanjo did it or not, that family will never be the same again.

Those who are blaming Gbenga for making this public if it indeed happened, must have forgotten that the same incongruous genes that runs in the system of the father to make him sleep with his DIL is probably running in the son to make him misbehave as well. He is only been a true son of his father. Aberration begets aberration.

Somebody made a very good point earlier that Obasanjo has never really been a father to the multitude of his children. That is very true. They never shared the kind of bound that would naturally make it unthinkable for Obasanjo as a father to do. If it happened that will be a major factor.

Obasanjo has hurt a lot of people in personal ways, I think it is pay back time. The same way God used David children against him.

I am beginning to think that there is a natural law of retribution.

Well said, Tonsoyo!

I was so disgusted..

That I didn't even bother commenting on this topic until now.

Truly, Truly thou hath said: Aberration begets Aberration. (sigh..!)

Auspicious.

What?
Jan 15, 2008, 03:00 AM
What of the third "knacker" in the affidavit


13. The Petitioner avers that the respondent while married to him was also committing adultery with one Mr. Olumide Ogunlesi.

who is this very brave chap?

If a marketer had produced this as a home video, it would have seemed far fetched.

katampe
Jan 15, 2008, 04:51 AM
Sometimes it is good to study people's pattern of thinking.

In it you can deconstruct paradigms, I mean cultural world view. The proponents of the cultural world view have pushed an argument that believing in the rule of law to resolve a marital issue is a shameless and irresponsible way of resolving a dispute. Others have adopted the western point of view that it makes sense to embrace the practice that Gbenga has adopted.

Even though, I am yet to believe Gbenga's story (and I believe his hatred and going to town would have serious consequences for the kids), yet I think the incident offers people an insight into the Nigerian problem.The conflict between Nigerian and Western cultural practice. The inability to adopt the principles of western culture in fully administering the way of life that has emerged in post-colonial living. This has likely perpetuated the mess in Nigeria.

It is a similar same attitude that encourages Emirs, Obi's and Obas to say : omo wa ni e je o se (translate to respective languages ). I find it fascinating that group thinking encourages the preservation of odious practices within Nigerian culture. Interestingly, when you apply the western standard or rule, it centers around individual thinking , where in this case the person seeks redress from the court for a perceived wrong.

Reading through the comments, it offers a fresh insight into the Nigerian mind. It would be wonderful to read a paper on this topic. How we think and how we view the world and what likely effects this has been on our place in it.

Exxcuzme
Jan 15, 2008, 05:21 AM
I know so people, even a few friends, that you cannot trust with any woman.......whether good looking or not. This people will Fork anything. I think Objoke is one of them. They have no morals when it comes to pussycat. Besides, those who think what Gbenga is alleging is incredulous should know that, even in Nigeria, some fathers are molesting their daughters, so why would it be strange for Objoke to sleep with his DIL? Especially when he himself insinuate that he cannot control his loin........"no born again from waist down"?

I believe Objoke did it, and it appears, Modupe may be a Nympho.....with a history of her father molesting her.

Let them all poison themselves.

Mirinda
Jan 15, 2008, 06:00 AM
Dimaanu, I don't know that Gbenga is being dishonest, but I also find it hard accepting his story, not because it is so unusual, but because I already question his integrity because of the way he violated Moji's trust (assuming this affidavit is not a fabrication). What I am disagreeing with is the opinion that a Gbenga should not publicize a crime as such. I would love to see a proof as well.


Hi Mirinda,


Good point!....Maybe you can help me here.

Let me make it clear that I do not care one bit about Obasanjo as a person, but having read all the posts in this thread, I am yet to see any proof that OBJ slept with Gbenga's wife.
And I repeat, for the benefit of the villagers applauding Gbenga and encouraging him to disparage his father, have you reported your own father to the EFCC for stealing from the government? Honesty should not be a relative term.

Gbenga said he has "facts", I need to see them before I can believe this story.
We may all loathe Obasanjo as an ex-president but I have my reservations about this very issue.

Gbenga alleged that his wife slept with his father (:o) for NNPC contracts, someone posted on this thread that OBJ also favoured Gbenga in a "privatization" deal, am I to believe that Gbenga slept with his father too. Why is not possible that OBJ gave his DIL the contracts just for the sake of it.

If OBJ slept with his daughter in-law, it is a grievous sin. I would be careful to believe such allegation without a substantial evidence.

Mikky jaga
Jan 15, 2008, 08:00 AM
Some fathers have been known to disown their children publicly for bringing the family name to ridicule. Marvin Gaye's father had to shoot him dead because he believed the guy's way of life is bringing shame to his family. If fathers can disown their children, I do not know what law prevents a child from disowning a father whose way of life brings shame and heartache to the child in question.

If my father were an Oyenusi or Anini, you bet I will change my surname with automatic alacrity. You may say OBJ's alleged sin is not in that category, well that is in your opinion. How do you decide for another person what brings him shame and ridicule. Gbenga felt enough was enough and he cried out. That should be his problem, not mine. Mine is to learn one lesson or two from the katakata in OBJ's family.

To those who are looking for a dripping dick as an evidence before they could believe, I say good luck to them. But what we are discussing is an affidavit sworn to in court, not just some newspaper gossip. I believe Gbenga himself understands the implication of making such weighty allegations under oath.

Let OBJ institute a libel suit against Gbenga if he feels wronged. That is the only way to clear this mess.

dem
Jan 15, 2008, 08:12 AM
.......

Even if water pass through garri. My people talk say, if oyinbo rat chop oyinbo

yam, all na oyinbo people and oyinbo properties. D/4 make dem settle am for

oyinbo house. Except there is a crime involved.



Tony

Pls say it ain't so!!!!!

dem
Jan 15, 2008, 08:31 AM
Guys,
My Mother is always quick to add this age-long Yoruba proverb each time she has the opportunity to address any of her siblings- "Iru eleyin ko sele ri, afi n deru ba oloro ni, ko si oun tuntun kan labe orun mo" (There's nothing new under the sun)

I for one will never disgrace my father in public-I learnt this a long time ago! Agbedo, Kamari!!. NVS is gradually showing its true colour where the villagers therein will disgrace, maim and kill their biological fathers if caught in this case as we have on the Obasanjo family.

Big K and Uuncle Tisha, words are not enough to appreciate you buddies, may your Momsies wake up daily and send you guys concentrated Abiyamo prayers.

Just as the Infinity crew sang in the popular Olori-oko-I have seen the future, thought i am not a prophet-I seriously fear for the future of Gbenga Obasanjo, i dont know how Jimoh Ibrahim made his millions but even if my Father is a bricklayer and my momsie a bean cake seller, i want the world to know them and truly know that they are my Parent.

You guys on this board should constantly go home ohhhhh.............Many of una don forget una roots ohhhh..........

Abo oro la n so fun omoluabi...................A word is enough for the wise


Wale my broda

Pls slow down. You're begining to patronise the colour off my skin o.

elgaxton
Jan 15, 2008, 08:32 AM
Obasanjo don do bad thing o, make una forget culture for this

matter. If this was his first time of doing something crazy then

we go say him pikin no try but the guy is just too evil in all facets

of life I believe that's the reason most of us villagers are

attacking him...

Those of u waiting for evidence are u trying to say that OBJ is not

capable of this kain thing.

The Guy bad well well so make we leave matter, He's not the

kind of father that some1 can help hide his evil deeds.


BTW the same Baba get traditional title for Villa so this kain

disgrace fit am well well after all there's a proverb that says:

"If you will not consider the brain in my head before biting my head, I will not consider the faeces in your anus before biting your nyash"

Abraxas
Jan 15, 2008, 09:05 AM
Hi, folks!

Nnaaaaaa, make I talk true: If to sey, me I be Gbenga, {enenhn?}, I for take double barrel gun shoot OBJ 'ihm blokos sevun (7) tymes, shoot Mojisola, then shoot myself.

How wey one pesin alone go fit manage carry de kind overload wey Gbenga dey carry for 'ihm head: Mojisola nack OBJ (Gbenga papa), nack Otunba Alex Onabanjo (Moji 'ihm papa), nack Muyiwa Ogunlesi (Gbenga friend), and also nack Colonel Kayode Are (former DG SSS, and Gbenga papa chief mai-guard). Dat woman 'ihm congo no dey rest? Abi, na jos becos of de shildhood sexual abuse wey 'ihm papa nack am, na 'ihm make am make 'e dey nack like dis?

http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma.jpg
Chei! Chei!! Chei!! Jah, Jehovah, Chineke, God of compassion, mercy, and Abraham: Dis Moji na real obrosho! God forbid bad t'ing. {Tufiakwa!}

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

ikechiji
Jan 15, 2008, 09:18 AM
Based on the evidence presented by the Don, I hereby pronounce OBJ guilty as charged. This one too fine for the eyes of our DEPRAVED RAGING BULL DESPOT! Im must knack am!

Gbenga may be guilty of slight exaggeration of the facts but there is fire behind this smoke. As for the cynics, Gbenja alleges in the court documents that he knows for a fact that OBJ slept with his wife. The ball is now in OBJ's pants to erm "clear his good name"!


http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma.jpg

Ochi Dabari
Jan 15, 2008, 10:06 AM
What?,

The accusations are so weighty we have decided to focus on the main one - that of Chief Obasanjo sleeping with his own DIL. But come to think of it, her own father even slept with her. You could call that molestation but there must be something wrong somewhere with this lady, Gbenga's estranged wife. She seems to drop her pants for ANYONE or for that matter ANYTHING. I am just wondering on two fronts:

1. Did they circumcise that lady, as was customary in many parts of Nigeria? If so, what types of herbs did they use to treat her? In my place, questions would have been asked if the old women mistakenly used the devil's beans (an irritating type of herb) to treat her. That could cause an eternal itch.

2. My second thought is in connection with Gbenga - was he an effective husband? The lady smacks of one sex-starved individual, who had to find it everywhere, outside her matrimonial bed. I think she too should spill the beans and tell the world if Gbenga is a non-performer. That doesn't justify Baba's take-over, though.

ochi



What of the third "knacker" in the affidavit



who is this very brave chap?

If a marketer had produced this as a home video, it would have seemed far fetched.

Dapxin
Jan 15, 2008, 10:14 AM
We are following Oyinbo in every negative thing that is. We will not touch the positive aspects of Oyinbo culture with a ten foot pole. We will not copy their culture of accountability. For where? Science and technology nko? Whosai! And their culture of high standards at the University level? Na lie.

But we will copy divorce court. Small time now person go tell me say if you backhand small pikin wey yab im mama or papa, na child abuse be that. Small time them go tell me say if you shout for your pikin head, na child abuse. We no dey respect our elders again. Woman go wear mini skirt wey no even cover all of im yansh go greet elders for village, and e no go wan kneel down, sake of say im eye don open for akada campus or for obodo Oyinbo.

We forget that Oyinbo culture was cultivated for the Oyinbo man, not the Black man. We forget that we are not Oyinbo people. So we dey expose our yansh for divorce court like Oyinbo people? Na when we go climb mount Everest like Oyinbo people? Wetin we dey wait for before we go build motor, bicycle, road and bridge like Oyinbo people? When are we going to run our country efficiently like Oyinbo people?

E no get any bad thing wey Oyinbo dey do wey we no go copy. But all the good things wey dem de do, we go do like say we no see them. Na wa for Black people. Since many of una kuku believe in God, abeg make una ask am why e make us like this.

:)
Is it me, I just find this response utterly classical.
Thumbs up man . Humour and superbly framed hard hitting realities.
You deserve 3 alutaic medals for this.

Ochi Dabari
Jan 15, 2008, 10:15 AM
Abraxas,

Make you take am sofry, sofry. You de get hat attack, abi na epilepsi? De way you de call Jah Jehovah, I bin tink sey Aladura don rich awa village. Dis woman fit cause sunset! See de blom-blom wey her baby de take play. Nna, na Gbenga go put hand for fire oooo. Even for primary school, de big grama wey we hia na de won wey say: A beautiful flower is not for one insect. To put dat kine woman in the vicinity of Baba is a crime - de man no de fit rest wen he see yellow.

ochi


Hi, folks!

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http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma.jpg
Chei! Chei!! Chei!! Jah, Jehovah, Chineke, God of compassion, mercy, and Abraham: Dis Moji na real obrosho! God forbid bad t'ing. {Tufiakwa!}

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)[/COLOR]

Jah Guda
Jan 15, 2008, 11:00 AM
http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma.jpg




"Yar Adua tow am…

Obasanjo cane am” :D

Wayfarer
Jan 15, 2008, 11:36 AM
Nnaaaaaa, make I talk true: If to sey, me I be Gbenga, {enenhn?}, I for take double barrel gun shoot OBJ 'ihm blokos sevun (7) tymes, shoot Mojisola, then shoot myself.


I go die for this village o. :lol:

http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma.jpg

I be don forget as Naija women fine reach. Even me wey shy, if I see fine Omoge like this, I no care, I go talk to am. If e wan give me nail, make e give me nail.

But make I ask una one kweshon: Gbenja wey catch this kind fine omoge, na wetin be im kwalification? Im sabi dance? Im sabi sing? Im sabi play ball? Na how im fit catch this kind fine pikin? Chei. Me self I naive o. I been think say if you get talent, fine woman fit like you.

By the way, all of una wey say if DNA test na negative, e no mean say OBJ no do Gbenga wife, make I ask una something: Una never hear wetin Oyinbo dey call evidence? How about the one wey dem dey call hearsay? If DNA say OBJ no be the papa of Gbenga pikin them, how you fit prove say e do Gbenga wife? You get video of when them do the thing? You get DVD? So how you fit prove am? Abi you no know say, according to Oyinbo, if you allege, you must to prove, or else person go sue you for libel plus defamation?

Anyway, I still just dey shake my head dey look this fine Omoge. Abeg, if any omoge wey dey this village fine reach like this, make you send me your picture. My head don spoil finish.

busanga
Jan 15, 2008, 01:18 PM
buahahaha..una no go kill me. I plead the fifth..after seeing the picksho!

P.S: A man seemingly incapable of taking charge of his home, how in the world did we expect him to govern a country of 140 million people right? Aren't we asking for too much?

tanibaba
Jan 15, 2008, 01:36 PM
I dont want to pass any comment on this issue but to ask one question. If this news emanated from divorce papers filed in a court (a public place) in Nigeria, DID ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER CARRY THE STORY? OR WAS IT CARRIED EXCLUSIVELY BY THE SUN?

taslim

ikechiji
Jan 15, 2008, 01:47 PM
Beauty and the Beast - Part Deux!

http://img112.imageshack.us/img112/9805/beautybeastju9.jpg

Teacher: How many apples are there on a Cherry Tree?

Student: Me - Me, I can count Tisha, One..., Two... - Yes Two!

Teacher: How many legs do human beings have?

Student: Me - Me, I can count Tisha, One..., Two..., Three... - Yes Three!

ikechiji
Jan 15, 2008, 01:51 PM
I dont want to pass any comment on this issue but to ask one question. If this news emanated from divorce papers filed in a court (a public place) in Nigeria, DID ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER CARRY THE STORY? OR WAS IT CARRIED EXCLUSIVELY BY THE SUN?

taslim

What does it matter whether any other newspaper carried it as long as the affidavit on which the Sun based its story was filed in court and not made up?

MrOneNaija
Jan 15, 2008, 02:00 PM
CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE


I dont want to pass any comment on this issue but to ask one question. If this news emanated from divorce papers filed in a court (a public place) in Nigeria, DID ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER CARRY THE STORY? OR WAS IT CARRIED EXCLUSIVELY BY THE SUN?

taslim
It seems there is a conspiracy of silence on the part of media outfits like The Guardian, Thisday, Vanguard and Tribune - in short the same segments of the national press that, to a large extent, used to play second fiddle to the former dictator called Obasanjo.

Apart from Sun News, the other news organization that has covered the story of the Obasanjo abomination is the Abuja daily called Leadership. Its Monday, January 14 edition carries a hard-hitting commentary by the editor-in-chief on the scandal. I have already posted the document in question on page 7 of this thread.

Also, the Obasanjo incest story has received prominent coverage on the website of saharareporters.com.


And crucially, this scandal has been exposed on the Nigerian Village Square for citizens to digest.

elgaxton
Jan 15, 2008, 02:00 PM
Based on the evidence presented by the Don, I hereby pronounce OBJ guilty as charged. This one too fine for the eyes of our DEPRAVED RAGING BULL DESPOT! Im must knack am!

Gbenga may be guilty of slight exaggeration of the facts but there is fire behind this smoke. As for the cynics, Gbenja alleges in the court documents that he knows for a fact that OBJ slept with his wife. The ball is now in OBJ's pants to erm "clear his good name"!



OBJ get good name?:D Abeg e be like sey make u say snake get legs.

E don bee for that man dis time around

lizmoses
Jan 15, 2008, 02:08 PM
We are following Oyinbo in every negative thing that is. We will not touch the positive aspects of Oyinbo culture with a ten foot pole. We will not copy their culture of accountability. For where? Science and technology nko? Whosai! And their culture of high standards at the University level? Na lie.

But we will copy divorce court. Small time now person go tell me say if you backhand small pikin wey yab im mama or papa, na child abuse be that. Small time them go tell me say if you shout for your pikin head, na child abuse. We no dey respect our elders again. Woman go wear mini skirt wey no even cover all of im yansh go greet elders for village, and e no go wan kneel down, sake of say im eye don open for akada campus or for obodo Oyinbo.

We forget that Oyinbo culture was cultivated for the Oyinbo man, not the Black man. We forget that we are not Oyinbo people. So we dey expose our yansh for divorce court like Oyinbo people? Na when we go climb mount Everest like Oyinbo people? Wetin we dey wait for before we go build motor, bicycle, road and bridge like Oyinbo people? When are we going to run our country efficiently like Oyinbo people?

E no get any bad thing wey Oyinbo dey do wey we no go copy. But all the good things wey dem de do, we go do like say we no see them. Na wa for Black people. Since many of una kuku believe in God, abeg make una ask am why e make us like this.

Thank you Wayfarer.

To think many people did not feel good about copying that culture in those good things you mentioned (check out this thread: http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/board/articles-comments/43855-education-africa-whose-education-anyway.html) but now they are singing a different tune:exclaim::rolleyes:

WallaceBobo
Jan 15, 2008, 02:16 PM
But guys, wait first. Are there any other sources for this story apart from The Sun. I'm kinda curious that this story is virtually unreported anywhere else. Not on bbc, not in other newspapers. How come?

MrOneNaija
Jan 15, 2008, 02:29 PM
But guys, wait first. Are there any other sources for this story apart from The Sun. I'm kinda curious that this story is virtually unreported anywhere else. Not on bbc, not in other newspapers. How come?

Perhaps what one is witnessing is the confirmation of the fact that the Sun News media organization is in the forefront of a truly people-based and enlightening kind of journalism.

Bunch17
Jan 15, 2008, 02:40 PM
But guys, wait first. Are there any other sources for this story apart from The Sun. I'm kinda curious that this story is virtually unreported anywhere else. Not on bbc, not in other newspapers. How come?

It is called a scoop!
Perhaps they are sitting on the story the way the present press secretary to Yaradua( former editor of Thisday) sat on the Tafa Balogun story for 3 months.

dem
Jan 15, 2008, 02:50 PM
What?,

The accusations are so weighty we have decided to focus on the main one - that of Chief Obasanjo sleeping with his own DIL. But come to think of it, her own father even slept with her. You could call that molestation but there must be something wrong somewhere with this lady, Gbenga's estranged wife. She seems to drop her pants for ANYONE or for that matter ANYTHING. I am just wondering on two fronts:

1. Did they circumcise that lady, as was customary in many parts of Nigeria? If so, what types of herbs did they use to treat her? In my place, questions would have been asked if the old women mistakenly used the devil's beans (an irritating type of herb) to treat her. That could cause an eternal itch.

2. My second thought is in connection with Gbenga - was he an effective husband? The lady smacks of one sex-starved individual, who had to find it everywhere, outside her matrimonial bed. I think she too should spill the beans and tell the world if Gbenga is a non-performer. That doesn't justify Baba's take-over, though.
ochi

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dem
Jan 15, 2008, 03:04 PM
Some of the brodas don begin shame me small small for here o.

ikechiji
Jan 15, 2008, 03:18 PM
Another newspaper outfit is carrying the story. Let us focus on the news not the messenger.

Interesting to read some of the commentary. My favorite quote from this article:


"The lady is a cheerful giver. I am sure she must have seduced OBJ into the shameful act. Don’t yell at OBJ, he is a man and not a log of wood. Some of you will do the same.”.





Breaking News : Messy Divorce: Nigerians Condemn Obasanjo (http://www.thenewsng.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=4065)
Posted by admin on 2008/1/15 16:02:52 (898 reads)

A few hours after P.M.News hit the newsstands with an allegation by Obasanjo’s son, Gbenga, that his father slept with his wife, Moji, thousands of Nigerians have condemned the act, describing it as an abomination. Gbenga Obasanjo, first son of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, had in an affidavit he swore to alleged that his father seduced his estranged wife with NNPC contracts and slept with her. This and more were contained in an affidavit sworn to at an Ikeja High Court which is hearing his application to divorce his wife, Moji, nee Onabanjo.

Gbenga also stated in his affidavit that he had grounds to suspect that his father-in-law Otunba Alex Onabanjo slept with his daughter and abused her sexually.

Reacting to the story, many Nigerians said the allegation was not surprising as they have always known that Obasanjo was a randy fellow.

Some who reacted, however, expressed surprise that Obasanjo could descend so low as to sleep with his son’s wife.

“This is an abomination of the highest order. It is abomination in Yorubaland, abomination in Christianity, abomination under the Nigerian laws and constitution. I pity the man; the devil is living inside him 100 per cent, 24/7. It is the highest level of immorality,’’ a Nigerian said.

Another respondent wondered why Gbenga would go to this extent to destroy his notorious father whose appetite for anything in skirt is well known.

“This had better not be true. But why will Gbenga want to scandalise his notorious father, whose insatiable appetite for daughters of Eve is legendary; and his father-in-law, Alex O, as he is fondly called in social circles, a man whose sense of humour I adore a lot,” another respondent wrote.

A Lagosian who lives in Surulere urged Nigerians not to dismiss Gbenga Obasanjo’s allegation as that of an i-diot, saying: “There is no smoke without fire. We should not brush aside Gbenga Obasanjo’s allegation at all. This guy is not an im-becile or an i-diot. He knows what he is talking about.

“In actual fact, Baba Iyabo or Baba Damilola Akinlawon can do it. If you are one of the doubting Thomases, ask yourself, how many wives has Baba Iyabo and how many of them are living with him? How many children has he?”

Another respondent, however, blamed Gbenga for his plight. According to him: “Obasanjo, to many, is a bad man. But Gbenga ought to be aware of the kind of lady he married. The lady is a cheerful giver. I am sure she must have seduced OBJ into the shameful act. Don’t yell at OBJ, he is a man and not a log of wood. Some of you will do the same.”

In her own response, a society lady based in Ikoyi stated: “I cannot believe it is true, but again this is Nigeria where wonders never cease to happen. Just when you thought the ghost of his eight years misrule is chasing him, now there is fire under his roof. However, he didn’t equip the firefighters during his reign. Whether this is true or not, the damage is done”.

And to add humour to the messy divorce saga, an Ota-based cleric wrote: “I don’t even know what concerns all these riffraffs in Baba’s private affairs. This is not a case of rape, it is a case of two consenting adults. As to the father having an incestuous relations with his daughter, it is very nauseating and he should be the one facing public censor, not Baba. “As for Gbenga, when he was courting his wife, did he not see an inkling of her true characteristics as it couldn’t have developed overnight?”

WallaceBobo
Jan 15, 2008, 03:18 PM
Guys,
there's a debate going on on this matter in 'The crucible' section here (http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/board/crucible/43970-disgracing-your-father-public-critical-look-gbenga-obasanjo-s-outburst.html).

OverLoad
Jan 15, 2008, 03:33 PM
LMAO ...this thread is so hilarious...someone even asked if the girl was circumscised.....wonders shall never end with our ppl.....am yet to see someone ask if dem castrate OBJ and the girl papa.....

What shall we not hear....shes a cheerful giver??....so na everyting dem gif u , u suppose take.....so if AIDS patient gives u raw ass to come chop , una go chop am unprotected cos she gave??......r ppl kidding me.....even if she table her goods in front of OBJ how about being a father and enrolling her in the pychiatric ward with immediate effect.....??.....

I dont care if the girl was a combination of halle berry, mixed with iman , with a splash of eva longoria and a pinch of naomi campbell, plus an ass like Jlo and boobs like pamela anderson....this is despicable....i mean totally disgusting......the chick is aight....bt am sure if she was ugly it wont make any difference...cos only a sick father and FIL would do that to a daugther...the girl is sick too....if na true , dem don dey bluetooth their family......aiye she won....

in short I dont believe the story one bit....its just too many holes here and there...there might be some truth in it....bt its nt adding up....

Something just ain right about this story.....am thinking its just the press/someone/something somewhere looking for entertainment...cos nothing about this makes any sense.....

We shall see how it unfolds shaa...which one of them is Gbenga sef..stella's son?......

lizmoses
Jan 15, 2008, 03:42 PM
We shall see how it unfolds shaa...which one of them is Gbenga sef..stella's son?......

No Overload.

Stella's son, Muyiwa, is a gentleman and quite unique!

MsWoman
Jan 15, 2008, 04:02 PM
@Wallacebobo: That debate is taking toooo long! :mad:

@lizmoses: Muyiwa is indeed a "unique" guy! Note the hint of sarcasm!!!

purple
Jan 15, 2008, 06:10 PM
If the allegations of sexual promiscuity made regarding Moji Obasanjo are true, they are consistent with behaviors associated with victims of child sexual abuse.

If Mr Obasanjo slept with Moji, then his morals will make even an alley cat blush. Father of modern Nigeria indeed.

.bebi
Jan 15, 2008, 06:35 PM
If this story is indeed true,then I am ashamed for Moji.Even if she was blindfolded with pounds and contracts,how can a babe like that sleep with that gorilla abi na baboon look-alike?Obasanjo looks like the missing link,I can only imagine the ruggae down under.

Vade Mecum
Jan 15, 2008, 06:41 PM
I can only imagine the ruggae down under.

.bebi


Dear Baby,

You nor dey go shursh again

Your christian brother

Tony

:D:biggrin::lol:

.bebi
Jan 15, 2008, 06:45 PM
.bebi


Dear Baby,

You nor dey go shursh again

Your christian brother

Tony

:D:biggrin::lol:

Tony,u r cyber-harrassing me.What do u know ruggae is?
Besides no be u talk abou blokkos the other day?:rolleyes:

Vade Mecum
Jan 15, 2008, 06:52 PM
Tony,u r cyber-harrassing me.What do u know ruggae is?
Besides no be u talk abou blokkos the other day?:rolleyes:


Dear Baby,

How now, Abeg I nor understand wetin you dey talk about sha. Bl-, What ?

Na wetin be that. Anyway, Make I quick comot for here, I nor wan make them say

I dey cyber harass beautiful, cool and smart baby.

Abeg doh, if I don hurt ya feelings.

Stay blessed.

:D:lol::biggrin:

Tony

otito koro
Jan 15, 2008, 07:52 PM
To all the guys drooling about this girl, i hope you're all single. If not,you've disrespected your wives on cyber space.

NaijaPRO
Jan 15, 2008, 09:01 PM
As long as it's cyberspace, is there a problem? What about the ones doing it in open glare and in front of their wives gan sef? I beg oh, "to admire from cyberspace is better than from real life! To drool in the virtual than to really get jiggy with it!"

The girl is fine and they are admiring her! My boys, carry go joh!

cdimkpa
Jan 15, 2008, 09:02 PM
Talking about Obasanjo
Breaking News : Messy Divorce: Nigerians Condemn Obasanjo
Posted by admin on 2008/1/15 16:02:52 (2222 reads)
A few hours after P.M.News hit the newsstands with an allegation by Obasanjo's son, Gbenga, that his father slept with his wife, Moji, thousands of Nigerians have condemned the act, describing it as an abomination. Gbenga Obasanjo, first son of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, had in an affidavit he swore to alleged that his father seduced his estranged wife with NNPC contracts and slept with her. This and more were contained in an affidavit sworn to at an Ikeja High Court which is hearing his application to divorce his wife, Moji, nee Onabanjo.

Gbenga also stated in his affidavit that he had grounds to suspect that his father-in-law Otunba Alex Onabanjo slept with his daughter and abused her sexually.

Reacting to the story, many Nigerians said the allegation was not surprising as they have always known that Obasanjo was a randy fellow.

Some who reacted, however, expressed surprise that Obasanjo could descend so low as to sleep with his son's wife.

"This is an abomination of the highest order. It is abomination in Yorubaland, abomination in Christianity, abomination under the Nigerian laws and constitution. I pity the man; the devil is living inside him 100 per cent, 24/7. It is the highest level of immorality,'' a Nigerian said.

Another respondent wondered why Gbenga would go to this extent to destroy his notorious father whose appetite for anything in skirt is well known.

"This had better not be true. But why will Gbenga want to scandalise his notorious father, whose insatiable appetite for daughters of Eve is legendary; and his father-in-law, Alex O, as he is fondly called in social circles, a man whose sense of humour I adore a lot," another respondent wrote.

A Lagosian who lives in Surulere urged Nigerians not to dismiss Gbenga Obasanjo's allegation as that of an *****, saying: "There is no smoke without fire. We should not brush aside Gbenga Obasanjo's allegation at all. This guy is not an ******** or an *****. He knows what he is talking about.

"In actual fact, Baba Iyabo or Baba Damilola Akinlawon can do it. If you are one of the doubting Thomases, ask yourself, how many wives has Baba Iyabo and how many of them are living with him? How many children has he?"

Another respondent, however, blamed Gbenga for his plight. According to him: "Obasanjo, to many, is a bad man. But Gbenga ought to be aware of the kind of lady he married. The lady is a cheerful giver. I am sure she must have seduced OBJ into the shameful act. Don't yell at OBJ, he is a man and not a log of wood. Some of you will do the same."

In her own response, a society lady based in Ikoyi stated: "I cannot believe it is true, but again this is Nigeria where wonders never cease to happen. Just when you thought the ghost of his eight years misrule is chasing him, now there is fire under his roof. However, he didn't equip the firefighters during his reign. Whether this is true or not, the damage is done".

And to add humour to the messy divorce saga, an Ota-based cleric wrote: "I don't even know what concerns all these riffraffs in Baba's private affairs. This is not a case of rape, it is a case of two consenting adults. As to the father having an incestuous relations with his daughter, it is very nauseating and he should be the one facing public censor, not Baba. "As for Gbenga, when he was courting his wife, did he not see an inkling of her true characteristics as it couldn't have developed overnight?"

http://www.thenewsng.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=4065

otito koro
Jan 15, 2008, 10:20 PM
As long as it's cyberspace, is there a problem? What about the ones doing it in open glare and in front of their wives gan sef? I beg oh, "to admire from cyberspace is better than from real life! To drool in the virtual than to really get jiggy with it!"

The girl is fine and they are admiring her! My boys, carry go joh!



Na now u jus de find out say beautiful women dey naija, na wah for u o.

Bode Eluyera
Jan 15, 2008, 11:53 PM
Talking about Obasanjo
Breaking News : Messy Divorce: Nigerians Condemn Obasanjo
Posted by admin on 2008/1/15 16:02:52 (2222 reads)
A few hours after P.M.News hit the newsstands with an allegation by Obasanjo's son, Gbenga, that his father slept with his wife, Moji, thousands of Nigerians have condemned the act, describing it as an abomination. Gbenga Obasanjo, first son of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, had in an affidavit he swore to alleged that his father seduced his estranged wife with NNPC contracts and slept with her. This and more were contained in an affidavit sworn to at an Ikeja High Court which is hearing his application to divorce his wife, Moji, nee Onabanjo.

Gbenga also stated in his affidavit that he had grounds to suspect that his father-in-law Otunba Alex Onabanjo slept with his daughter and abused her sexually.

Reacting to the story, many Nigerians said the allegation was not surprising as they have always known that Obasanjo was a randy fellow.

Some who reacted, however, expressed surprise that Obasanjo could descend so low as to sleep with his son's wife.

"This is an abomination of the highest order. It is abomination in Yorubaland, abomination in Christianity, abomination under the Nigerian laws and constitution. I pity the man; the devil is living inside him 100 per cent, 24/7. It is the highest level of immorality,'' a Nigerian said.

Another respondent wondered why Gbenga would go to this extent to destroy his notorious father whose appetite for anything in skirt is well known.

"This had better not be true. But why will Gbenga want to scandalise his notorious father, whose insatiable appetite for daughters of Eve is legendary; and his father-in-law, Alex O, as he is fondly called in social circles, a man whose sense of humour I adore a lot," another respondent wrote.

A Lagosian who lives in Surulere urged Nigerians not to dismiss Gbenga Obasanjo's allegation as that of an *****, saying: "There is no smoke without fire. We should not brush aside Gbenga Obasanjo's allegation at all. This guy is not an ******** or an *****. He knows what he is talking about.

"In actual fact, Baba Iyabo or Baba Damilola Akinlawon can do it. If you are one of the doubting Thomases, ask yourself, how many wives has Baba Iyabo and how many of them are living with him? How many children has he?"

Another respondent, however, blamed Gbenga for his plight. According to him: "Obasanjo, to many, is a bad man. But Gbenga ought to be aware of the kind of lady he married. The lady is a cheerful giver. I am sure she must have seduced OBJ into the shameful act. Don't yell at OBJ, he is a man and not a log of wood. Some of you will do the same."

In her own response, a society lady based in Ikoyi stated: "I cannot believe it is true, but again this is Nigeria where wonders never cease to happen. Just when you thought the ghost of his eight years misrule is chasing him, now there is fire under his roof. However, he didn't equip the firefighters during his reign. Whether this is true or not, the damage is done".

And to add humour to the messy divorce saga, an Ota-based cleric wrote: "I don't even know what concerns all these riffraffs in Baba's private affairs. This is not a case of rape, it is a case of two consenting adults. As to the father having an incestuous relations with his daughter, it is very nauseating and he should be the one facing public censor, not Baba. "As for Gbenga, when he was courting his wife, did he not see an inkling of her true characteristics as it couldn't have developed overnight?"

http://www.thenewsng.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=4065


I have said it many times over and over that "THE NIGERIAN MILITARY IS THE MOST INCOMPETENT, CORRUPT, VISIONLESS AND MORALLY BANKRUPT GOVERNMENT INSTITUTE." The news is not a surprise.

godfather
Jan 16, 2008, 12:45 AM
See them!!!!!!!


http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma.jpg


http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma3.jpg

http://www.saharareporters.com/mojobjdilemma1.jpg

Ednut
Jan 16, 2008, 01:48 AM
Cultural. Cultural nothing news worthy here.

Ochi Dabari
Jan 16, 2008, 02:19 AM
Otito kiro,

Abeg, go siddon. You neva hia about lookery bifor. Dat one no be adultery. Even we never commit infantry yet, na look we just look. And lookery no be incest.

ochi


To all the guys drooling about this girl, i hope you're all single. If not,you've disrespected your wives on cyber space.

Superlolo
Jan 16, 2008, 02:31 AM
Kai!!!!!!! O ti shele ooooooooooooooooooooooooo :eek: Uncle Sege has scored an own goal. What an old goat:rolleyes: To even think say e still dey do sef dey fear me:biggrin:
Na times like dis i dey like to read cirri people :)

busanga
Jan 16, 2008, 02:42 AM
To all the guys drooling about this girl, i hope you're all single. If not,you've disrespected your wives on cyber space.

How? There is nothing wrong in admiring the work of my creator.

Son of the Delta
Jan 16, 2008, 01:19 PM
Obasanjo is very capable of doing what he is accused of. An old man that cannot let go of his son's wife, is it the nation's purse he will not rape!!! With such a beautiful Daughter in Law you can be sure that even Obasanjo's face to belly will backslide.

He needs to be prosecuted.

lionking
Jan 16, 2008, 01:48 PM
I know so people, even a few friends, that you cannot trust with any woman.......whether good looking or not. This people will Fork anything. I think Objoke is one of them. They have no morals when it comes to pussycat. Besides, those who think what Gbenga is alleging is incredulous should know that, even in Nigeria, some fathers are molesting their daughters, so why would it be strange for Objoke to sleep with his DIL? Especially when he himself insinuate that he cannot control his loin........"no born again from waist down"?

I believe Objoke did it, and it appears, Modupe may be a Nympho.....with a history of her father molesting her.

Let them all poison themselves.

I once heard of a guy from my villa who allegedly yanshed his MIL when she came for 'omugwo' [to help her daughter after childbirth]. So these stories are not so outlandish after all.

.bebi
Jan 16, 2008, 08:17 PM
LK,I don talk that story before

Bode Eluyera
Jan 16, 2008, 10:33 PM
How can we even be 100% sure gaaan sef that that Bobo, Gbenga, is obasanjo's real son?
Afterall, nobody was present gaaan sef when Gbenga's mother conceived gaaaan sef. This is no fantasy at all. There are millions of such real life true stories of husbands unknowingly taking care of another men's children till they kick the garawa. In most cases, it's only the woman that knows exactly the true father of her child. Many of them take the secret along with them to their graves in order not to rock the boat or cause a psychological trauma or distress for their children.

Therefore, for a start, I will suggest that all the players, obasanjo, gbenga, his wife, their children, all obasanjo's children (or those claiming to be his children) Gbenga's parents-in-law, all of obasanjo's wives (or those claiming to be his wives) in this triangular - or is it rectangular love story undergo MANDATORY DNA TESTS. You never know this could just be a piece of the iceberg. I am sure more BOMBS will explode after the DNA tests. For example, we might even discover that afterall Gbenga is not even obasanjo's real son gaaan sef. IT'S ONLY AFTER THE DNA TEST THAT WE CAN KNOW WHO IS WHO.

SO, I COMMAND ALL OF UNA TO GO FOR DNA TESTS IN A CLINIC OR HOSPITAL RECOMMENDED BY NVS.

OYA FORWARD MARCH ALL OF YOU!!!

Bode Eluyera
Jan 16, 2008, 10:51 PM
No Overload.

Stella's son, Muyiwa, is a gentleman and quite unique!

Stella's son, Muyiwa, is a gentleman and quite unique! Excellent and free advertisement and public relations. Na wa o. Kai. How U sabi sey Stella's son, Muyiwa, is a gentleman and quite unique? U na don lace am before ba? E don chop your yam ko? U gaaan sef. Make Una post una picture too hear now make we confirm say U gaaan sef dey UNIQUE, TONIC, GENTLE, CUTE, EASY GOING, COOL, MARBLE, EBONY BLACK ATI BEBELO. NOT UNTIL I SEE YOUR PICTURE WITH MY OWN KOROKORO EYES, A NO FIT BELIEVE YOU. OR UNA FIT PM ME YOUR PICTURE IF YOU DEY SHY. BIKO. OYA FORWARD MARCH YOUR PICTURE BEFORE I CLOSE AND OPEN MY EYES!!!!

Bode Eluyera
Jan 16, 2008, 11:33 PM
Gbenga Obasanjo's divorce gets nasty • Estranged wife spills the beansBy Davidson Iriekpen, 01.16.2008

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Gbenga, first son of former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, got contracts from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) while his father was in office, his estranged wife, Mojisola, has claimed.

Mojisola and Gbenga are currently seeking the dissolution of their seven-year-old marriage at the Lagos High Court, Ikeja Division, in Suit No. ID/172HD/2006.

While Gbenga is claiming that his wife was sleeping with the former president - his own father - in order to get government contracts, Mojisola claims her husband has been violent towards her.

In her cross-petition against Gbenga, who is the petitioner, Mojisola is demanding hefty compensation because of the financial status of the husband.

She claimed under "Particu-lars of Income of the Petitioner" that the petitioner (Gbenga) makes an average annual income of N500 million.

According to her, "The Petitioner earns from commissions paid to him as an Agent to a construction company with various construction projects, which was recently awarded an 11 billion Naira construction contract.

"The Petitioner has several construction contracts from Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

"The Petitioner owns substantial shares in an Oil Trading Company, Linetrale Trading Company Ltd, a Company engaged in importing, selling, supplying and marketing of petroleum products.

"The Petitioner also collects oil allocations from Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

"The Petitioner receives payments from Health Aids Support Services, an HIV consulting firm currently working on a transaction with MTN, and some state governments.

"The Petitioner receives commission for brokering different deals on behalf of foreign companies and earns a sizeable commission therefrom.

"The Petitioner received Commission for the supply of 800 vehicles to Ogun State.

"The Petitioner has substantial investment in some Oil Blocks.

"The Petitioner has substantial investment in Glo Oil Ltd. and Hyster Investments Ltd."

She claimed Gbenga had the capability to earn income because he is a "medical doctor with a Masters in Public Health and a PhD from Johns Hopkins University, USA. The Petitioner has the goodwill of being the son of the serving President of the largest black nation in the world which gives him access to several eminent world political leaders and business personalities all of which he has utilised and continue to utilise and leverage upon to earn considerable income […] all state governors in Nigeria, Commissioners of various States in Nigeria top executives in the public and private sector of the Nigerian economy."

She listed the physical estate of her husband as "land in Maitama, Abuja, land in Banana Island, Ikoyi, land in Lekki Phase 1, land in Abeokuta, a house in GRA Ikeja, Peugeot 607, Land Cruiser Jeep 2006 model, Kia Opirus" among others.

She claimed she became aware of the particulars of Gbenga's income as a result of "prior discussions" between them while they lived together.

As "ancillary relief" for the dissolution of the marriage, Mojisola asked the court for a permanent order directing the Petitioner to pay a lump sum of N54 million for the maintenance of the Respondent (herself) and the two children of the marriage, Boluwatife and Wuraola, till the children attain adulthood.

She also sought an order that the Petitioner provide two of the fleet of cars owned by him for the Respondent and her children's use together with a chauffeur to be paid by the Petitioner; an order that the family house at No. 8 Ladipo Bateye Street, GRA Ikeja be settled on the Respondent or in the alternative the Petitioner be ordered to pay the sum of N50million to be used by the Respondent to purchase a decent house of comparable standard for the accommodation of the Respondent and her two children; and an order directing the Petitioner to make adequate financial arrangement for provision of security for the two children of the marriage (including adequate security safeguards for the premises where they will be residing) being grand children of the incumbent president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Mojisola is seeking a monthly payment of N300,000 for the period of 15 years or till the children attain adulthood.

She is also seeking that the Petitioner pay a lump sum of Ј360,000 or its Naira equivalent and $400,000 or its Naira equivalent for the education of their two children of the marriage. The sum of Ј360,000, she claimed, would cover cost of school fees for a period of six years each for the two children at a secondary school in Switzerland already picked by their father, while $400,000 would be the cost of a four-year degree programme for both of the children in an American University.

Gbenga's younger sister, Dr. Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello, a former commissioner in Ogun State, is currently being investigated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over claims that she assumed a "fraudulent" identity to help an Austrian company, in which she had interest, to secure power contracts in Nigeria while her father was president.

lionking
Jan 17, 2008, 09:39 AM
Father impregnates daughter

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Tarkwa (W/R), Jan. 15, GNA- A forty-two year old farmer, Kojo Anti, of Dasuano village near Enchi in the Aowin-Suaman District of the Western Region has been sentenced to 40 years imprisonment in hard labour for impregnating his 14 year old biological daughter. A Tarkwa Circuit Court presided over by Mr John Ajet Nasam, slapped the sentence on Anti, who had pleaded guilty to defilement and incest. Prosecuting, Detective Chief Inspector Anthony Danso of the Tarkwa Police said the victim is a fourteen-year old primary school girl and first daughter of Anti's three children.

He said the accused is a farmer at Dasuano village near Enchi in the Aowin-Suaman District.

Chief Inspector Danso said the marriage between the accused and the victim's mother had been strained and therefore do not stay as husband and wife.

He said the accused took advantage of the absence of the victim's mother and forced her to have sexual intercourse with her since age thirteen.

The accused sensing danger of public ridicule told the victim to have sexual intercourse with his brother-in-law Desmond Kwaku who was then staying with him (accused) at the village in order to blame him (Desmond Kwaku) for the pregnancy.

But the information leaked and a report was made to the Police, and the accused was arrested.

The mother of the victim who testified at court said, for about two years now, the marriage had "been on rocks" and therefore left to her hometown.

She said a few weeks ago Anti sent a message to her to come to Dasuano and that her daughter (the victim) was sick.

The mother said she responded to the message and went to see her daughter, but realised that she was six months pregnant. She told the court that not knowing what to do, decided to inform the Police for action to be taken.

The victim who could not bear the ordeal the father (accused) subjected her through said, amidst tears streaming down her cheeks that her father cautioned her that she would die if she discloses the act, so kept quiet for the father to have sexual intercourse with her anytime he wished.

Source:
GNA

elgaxton
Jan 17, 2008, 09:41 AM
How can we even be 100% sure gaaan sef that that Bobo, Gbenga, is obasanjo's real son?
Afterall, nobody was present gaaan sef when Gbenga's mother conceived gaaaan sef. This is no fantasy at all. There are millions of such real life true stories of husbands unknowingly taking care of another men's children till they kick the garawa. In most cases, it's only the woman that knows exactly the true father of her child. Many of them take the secret along with them to their graves in order not to rock the boat or cause a psychological trauma or distress for their children.

Therefore, for a start, I will suggest that all the players, obasanjo, gbenga, his wife, their children, all obasanjo's children (or those claiming to be his children) Gbenga's parents-in-law, all of obasanjo's wives (or those claiming to be his wives) in this triangular - or is it rectangular love story undergo MANDATORY DNA TESTS. You never know this could just be a piece of the iceberg. I am sure more BOMBS will explode after the DNA tests. For example, we might even discover that afterall Gbenga is not even obasanjo's real son gaaan sef. IT'S ONLY AFTER THE DNA TEST THAT WE CAN KNOW WHO IS WHO.

SO, I COMMAND ALL OF UNA TO GO FOR DNA TESTS IN A CLINIC OR HOSPITAL RECOMMENDED BY NVS.

OYA FORWARD MARCH ALL OF YOU!!!

O'l Boy na clue u give person so, it's possible that Baba OBJ in his usual unforgiving

manner knows that Gbenga is not his son so by way of Revenge take on Gbenga wife.

Like U said before, The DNA test is gonna explode like a BOMB that is if dem go talk am

as e be o.:D

Like I said before, it just keeps getting bera and berra.

lionking
Jan 17, 2008, 09:47 AM
LK,I don talk that story before

Bia, u neva talk the name of that your hometown wey u say dey near Awka so. Not Amawbia, not Nibo, not Nise according to you so I'm left furiously scratching my bald head...abeg pm me. At this rate, u fit be that my long lost medico cousin wey bin dey stay for Greenwich but only say she don cross the pond...

dolapsy
Jan 18, 2008, 09:58 PM
Fellow villagers,
Please read the article below by a fellow pen man. Please avoid been distracted by this family mess we have been on for sometime. Lets consider the more important ones.......... weightier matters of the law as this ogbeni stated! Note that I am not canvassing for the old man or his son but lets settle this issue first. Distractions are typical of strategies been used by tyrants and we shouldn't be fooled!
E ja ka ronu
Lets think!:lol:



Gbenga Obasanjo: Game of politics or Distress call?
by Frisky Larr
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It's a good material for the yellow press and a perfect headline for the grapevine column: Politicians in sex scandal. When the politician is a serving or former head of state of a powerful nation of sort, the headline news is more sensational. It is so in Nigeria and is so all over the world. America had its Lewinsky scandal. Sakorzy romance is rocking the Elysée. Its now Nigeria's turn to join the orgasmic chorus of passionate infantilism.

Like everything else though, whatever goes the Nigerian way is characteristically fraught and coated with some ornamental sour taste of lasting impact. Come to think of it, in no single Nigerian news media would Monika Lewinsky have made headline news. She would simply have been added to the President's official concubine if the news of secret love affairs with the President threatened to trickle in the open. Divorce á la Sakorzy would have hit the headlines in Nigeria as well. But eventual replacement or replacements of an estranged spouse would have gone through behind the back of public view.

If sexual escapades had the quality of easily making headline news in Nigeria, President Olusegun Obasanjo would have had enough materials to feed the grapevine column of any newspaper with serious intentions of selling for real. Numerous are sideline remarks in articles and commentaries in which swipes are taken at the ex-President insinuating insatiability in his god-given proof of non-homosexual septuagenarian libido. This has never made any headline news.

What more can make headline news the Nigerian way than an absolute shocker? A startling revelation of ultimate filth beyond the realms of apocalypses! The unbelievable disgrace of a human trash mistaken for an insurmountable statesman! That is headline news. An eye-catcher that would throw any reader aback! Leave him stunned in awe and disbelief shaking his head in astonishment and often wondering what has become of the world we are living in!

It is on this note and against this background that the current headline news of semi-incestuous conduct on the part of President Olusegun Obasanjo should be digested with caution and absolute discretion. If anything, this issue has successfully relegated the headline news of Nuhu Ribadu and the unholy transfer to the fairy tale institute of hero-builders in NIPSS to the ultimate background of all well-meaning news items and commentaries.

None but the eldest son of the immediate past President of Nigeria has deposed to an affidavit in a court of law accusing his father of having had sexual relationship with his own wife. Under normal human circumstances and in a community of human sanity, Mr. Gbenga Obasanjo would have been viewed with scorn and disbelief. Isolated voices would even have called for intense scrutiny and scrupulous examination by experts in the science of nervous medicine. For one, the motive of Obasanjo jnr. would have been questioned.

Family feud is no doubt commonplace in every society. The simple battle over inheritance when parents die, is one human element that is common to every society of our present world. In Nigeria, bloodshed over inheritance is the rule and not the exception. Members of one family suddenly become archenemies like Satan and the angels. This is often compounded by polygamy as a substitute factor in the exacerbation of mutual family antagonism. Nigerians will kill to inherit plots. Nigerians will kill their brothers to inherit a single room in a thatch-roofed, muddy-walled hut. Everything goes in displacing family opponents and the fight is sometimes, nastier than against a sworn extraneous enemy.

Under normal human circumstances and in a community of human sanity, Mr. Gbenga Obasanjo would have been asked what he sought to achieve with his affidavit. No doubt, there is a family feud boiling behind the scene. If Mr. Gbenga Obasanjo had loved his father only to subsequently find out the developments that took place behind his back, his love for his dad would no doubt, have pushed him on to get to the root of the evil act and help his father out of an impending disaster perpetrated by a woman who will always come and go. Perhaps his father would, on his own, have sought to pacify issues with one repentance or the other. All based on the premise that the charges are true.

If anything, Mr. Gbenga Obasanjo is definitely aware that an issue like this exposed in public domain would be throwing his father to the wolves to dissect in the unrestricted square of global disgrace. Indeed, many apostles of ethics and family morals have long taken this unsolicited gift in the public square with much pleasure and happiness. Obasanjo has now been awarded one more title of the "Rod-controlled human Nintendo" and pronounced guilty a thousand times in the court of public opinion. Is Mr. Gbenga Obasanjo not aware how many people are waiting out there to devour his father? Would this be in his own interest? If not, in whose interest is it? This precisely, is where the fear of dirty politics comes into play. The choice of Orji Uzor Kalu's newspaper for the maiden publication of a messy news item of this sort is an inadvertent error that can hardly be taken in good faith. If this is politics at its ugliest, then I pray the military steps in fast to help us out of this entanglement in the pit of Absurd'istan.

No doubt, that junior Obasanjo's own side of the story should not be dismounted. No human in his right senses, would not condemn President Obasanjo and even recommend medieval banishment in the rural pit for outcasts (or Ogbanje as the Ibos say), if this story is proven to be true.

Unfortunately however, Nigeria will never get to the bottom of this story. Indeed, it should not have been a national affair in the first place. As can be expected, the lady at the center of the scandal has denied the accusation in strong terms. President Obasanjo has accused Orji Uzor Kalu of masterminding this very ugly trading and bathing in a pool of stinking moor. Many bitter and sworn Obasanjo enemies have now arisen to sound: "I told you!" Was there no way of handling this dispute on intra-family basis if there was some truth to it? How far can we afford to continue desecrating the Presidency of Nigeria at this most despicable level? No doubt, some may enjoy it and some may find it even funny. But the moral damage is enormous. "Ex" or not, a President remains a symbol.

In her own affidavit to the court, the lady at the center of the ugly dispute is contending that her husband is indeed a rich young man owing his wealth to his blood relationship with the Ex-President. She contends that contracts were awarded to her husband from parastatals by virtue of this relationship. Even though denied by one of the parastatals in question, the real surprise would indeed have been the opposite. It would have been a surprise if junior Obasanjo's present economic status were anything other than robust. It would have been a surprise if the ex-President's status has never in any way aided a higher standard of living for his eldest son.

If the young man has always profited from his father's political stature, where did it all start turning sour? Was Iyabo probably advanced at the expense of Gbenga? If things did turn sour, how far must we go in washing our dirty linen in the public and advancing the payback time? Aren't there times bitterness (no matter how justified) is eschewed for the sake of protecting one's own untarnished image? Will Gbenga come out of this cleaner than Iyabo in her corruption case? Does Gbenga not stand the risk of being cast out of his own family with the label of an ingrate? If indeed instigated by political forces, will any political camp lift Gbenga up high in today's Nigeria as a reward for his cooperation in bringing down his father? Just what has Gbenga brought upon himself with such a public charge?

With anything more than the brain of a sparrow, would any intelligent Nigerian not weigh the pros and cons exhaustively before going public with a messy news of this sort? If Gbenga Obasanjo was in psychological and emotional distress, is the benefit of the temporary venting of such frustration in an outing of this sort not quickly overshadowed by the liability he is bringing upon himself through this badly smeared public image?

Even if the gods are not to blame and Olusegun Obasanjo is reaping what he has sown in politics and moral decadence, one fact is certain. The spotlight has been successfully shifted from Orji Uzor Kalu. It has been shifted from Governor Ibori as well as from other more important issues of political relevance. As usual in the bubbles of such mischief though, they never last the test of time and are burst soon after superficial inflation. Let no Kalu or Ibori rejoice too early. The spotlight will be back pretty soon and faster than they expe

Vade Mecum
Jan 19, 2008, 12:45 AM
Sex scandal: Obasanjo should blame himself, not me – Kalu

http://www.sunnewsonline.com/webpages/news/national/2008/jan/18/national-18-01-2008-001.htm

From LUCKY NWANKWERE, Abuja

Friday, January 18, 2008

Former Abia State governor, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu yesterday expressed surprise that even out of office, former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo could still hold him (Kalu) responsible for woes which he brought upon himself.

The former president was on Thursday reported as accusing Kalu of inciting his son, Gbenga against him by masterminding the affidavit he (Gbenga) had deposed to at a Lagos high court seeking to divorce his wife, Mojisola on account that his father slept with his wife, among other reasons.

Kalu told State House correspondents in Abuja yesterday after conferring with President Umaru Yar'Adua that he had neither seen nor spoken with Gbenga Obasanjo in the last one year, wondering how he could have incited him (Gbenga) against his father.

"I have not seen his son for about a year now. I have not seen him. I have not talked to him even on the phone in the last one year. How Gbenga got an affidavit against his father is what I don't know and how The Sun newspaper published it is also what I don't know.

"I want to tell you confidently, I am a man who speaks the truth and one who tries to say what is right. Contrary to the opinion of the former president, I have not seen his son since January last year. I saw him last in January. I talked to him last year in January. So it is not possible for me to have instigated him against his father", Kalu stated, advising Obasanjo to look elsewhere for who to blame for his woes.
On the contrary, the presidential candidate of the Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) in the 2007 election said it was the former president who had been commissioning many articles in the media against him (Kalu), all in his determination to continue to run him down.

He said it was a pity that the former president did not know that his son, Gbenga was not only forthright but had a mind of his own, calling attention to Gbenga's interview published in a weekly news magazine about two years ago in which he said that his father was indeed older than he claimed to be.
Reacting to a question on the former EFCC boss, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, the chairman of the PPA board of trustees said he (Ribadu) could have been good on the job but for the fact that he dabbled into politics and ended up messing himself up.

"When he started, he started very well and I supported him. But mixing politics with business was not the best. But I wish him well in his course", he stated.

On the call for the probe of the former president, Kalu said he was for it, but urged the Federal Government to institute a body entirely different from the EFCC and the ICPC which he alleged had been politicized, to investigate the former president.

Not until that is done, he said the anti-corruption war would not make much meaning to many people because people would see government as leaving the big fish to hunt down the smaller ones.
He suggested the setting up of a body, comprising largely of retired Supreme Court justices to handle the investigation of Obasanjo, expressing strong conviction that the findings of such a body would be more believable to people than those of any of the anti-corruption agencies.

He said if in the face of the Obasanjo tyranny, his former colleagues had heeded his advice at the time and risen to the occasion, the former president could not have become what he ended becoming and what is now happening to many of the former governors could have been avoided.

Kalu called for the support of all Nigerians for the electoral reform being championed by President Yar'Adua, pointing out that the president had so far shown forthrightness over the issue and that the country would be the best for it.

lionking
Jan 19, 2008, 01:33 AM
"If Mr. Gbenga Obasanjo had loved his father only to subsequently find out the developments that took place behind his back, his love for his dad would no doubt, have pushed him on to get to the root of the evil act and help his father out of an impending disaster perpetrated by a woman who will always come and go." - Frisky Larr

That's right. As usual, blame the victim.

Celticologist
Jan 19, 2008, 02:03 AM
Just wondering....Are people getting to believe this story because it is Olusegun Obasanjo and so everything associated with him must be negative and sick?.
Has any other friend or family member confirmed this sexual allegation with strong evidences?. Did his son present more convincingly concrete evidences or has the woman confessed to sleeping with her father-in-law and her own dad as well?.

This dude has been trying to divorce that woman for a long time, sometimes acting up ludicrous to the point of being hysterical. But has anyone considered that the young, lucky, spoilt, rich chap himself isn't such a credible individual?.....just like his daddy...

gwobezentashi
Jan 23, 2008, 03:14 AM
Thank God, Obasanjo Is Not My Father
Ray Morphy

There write with respect for our elders and all those to whom we owe our very mortal existence. I mean those moral men who are the fathers of this world who bring up their children with love, the fear of God and moral rectitude. Thank God, most fathers are not like Obasanjo whose sons cannot sleep with their two eyes closed whenever their father, Obasanjo, comes around to visit them. The sordid revelations of Gbenga about the moral emptiness of his father, has sullied fatherhood and has sullied every Nigerian male. But I know that Nigerian fathers are certainly not like that. Obasanjo may be so but he is certainly not a typical Nigerian father.

I write to defend fatherhood which has been desecrated by the immoral and sacrilegious conduct of the prick of Otta who on record, described himself, with his own mouth as a man with a very high libido. Little did we know that his famed libido had no respect for blood relationship, religion or even the African custom that draws certain lines beyond which no sane man dares cross. As president, it was rumoured (with proof) that all females within his eyesight whether married, single, widowed, lame or whatever were fair game and none could escape his amorousness. How sad. And to think that many of us were once deceived by this dishonourable ****** is annoying.

As a father myself, every fibre in my being rebels at such conduct as revealed by Gbenga Obasanjo. The son certainly has his facts, if not he will not depose to such an affidavit and in which he clearly calls for DNA testing for the children of his wife, Moji, children who he suspects are not his but his father's. Such a challenge does not indicate a man unsure of his facts. Furthermore, I have not heard a whimper from either Obasanjo himself or from his many hacks who used to have a field day deploying verbal missiles against the high and mighty at the instance of the demon at Otta. By the way, where is Fani Kayode, the loud mouth or Uba Sani the land grabber? Where is el-Rufia the Bulldozer, or Frank Nweke the cowboy gunslinger in all this? I expect them to come out sprouting their usual illogical and irrational inanities in the defence of the man. Or are they tired now that the man is no longer in a position to butter their bread and pick their bills?

Anyway, I am proud that my father (May his soul rest in peace) is not like Obasanjo. My father as many other fathers do, brought us up within the confines of civilised conduct. He insisted on discipline and ensured that we knew what was right and wrong. He did not steal neither did he abuse the several offices he held both locally and internationally. Unlike Obj who serially abused his office by awarding contracts to Iyabo and rigging her into the Senate, my father in his time was political overlord of my Ogoja, but he never allowed any of us his children to abuse that privilege. He insisted on allowing other families and other kindreds to have a shot at political office. To him, it was wrong for us to aspire to offices when he was already in charge. His status in his view was enough for our entire family. This is a far cry from the conduct of Obasanjo when he was in charge. His children not only got fat juicy contracts at the expense of the nation, they also cornered the nations assets in the most fraudulent privatisation exercise ever conducted. Despite his over-lordship as president, he still went ahead to corner a commissionership for his beloved Iyabo! There has been many whispers in the light of recent revelations about his relationship with his daughters, particularly Iyabo, but no be me go talk am.

My father believed in putting us to work. He was truly disciplined and many who knew him can attest to this fact. He had clear principles which he enforced on everyone without favour. Everyone around him knew where he stood on all matters of principle. He would not waste his own money and he would not waste government money either. He did not have a public conduct different from his private conduct. What he prevented outside, he prevented inside the house. There was no way he would have persecuted the Abacha's and then turn around to loot and empower his kids to pilfer our national treasury. My father would not have let his kids near government projects, not to talk of near privatisation as Obasanjo seems to have done. He was not a tribalist like Obasanjo. He was a self respecting man unlike Obasanjo. And we could entrust anything, anything at all, to our father. And that is the way it should be. We Africans know our fathers as our protectors and our teachers. It is to them we go when wisdom and guidance is required. We cannot envisage a father so evil that your wife is not safe in his presence. Even in their old age, our fathers' morals were clear. My father would have committed suicide rather than give in to the demons and devils that a man like Obasanjo appears to be comfortable with. My father, even in his grave, would find it difficult to forgive a man for sleeping with his own son's wife. As a matter of fact, the Chief I. I. Morphy I knew would insist on traditional cleansing rituals for the community if the Obasanjos were from our area. So badly would he have felt that he would speak out despite the fact that Obj was a student of his in the farming business.

And that is how all normal Nigerian fathers are. The fact that Matthew Obasanjo has behaved like this should not be allowed to dent the image and reputation of Nigerian fathers. It is purely his own devilish conduct and is not an indication of the moral tone of Nigeria. We all know that what he is alleged to have done is both a sacrilege and abomination before God and before man. All his pretences and posturing has been laid bare before all to see. As the Bible said, "how are the mighty fallen". As a father myself to a wonderful boy, I am scandalised. The thought that a man would want to share his son's wife is demonic and inhuman. It is so bad that a friend of mine who was in his government and once an ardent defender of the man, has removed the photographs he took with Obasanjo from his sitting room! He says he cannot bear for his own sons and daughters associating him with such a demon.

The course left is for the man to help us cleanse our country by taking the honourable way out. If he does not know what to do, he should go to Japan to learn. The phrase there is "hari kari". But before he does that, he should return all the money he "disapperared" with from the national kitty. If not, the fate that will befall his own children will be far worse that that which he meted out to the Abacha's. Abacha chopped apple too but he didn't chop his own apple. As they say in my place, it is only a mad man that will eat the fish that is hung on his own neck for safekeeping.

By the way, where are all those pastors at the Villa Chapel who used to allow Obasanjo to preach there? Where is CAN and PFN? Are they now condoning evil or they are too dumbfounded to talk? Or are they now condoning this evil? All good men should speak up so that the world will know that it is not our custom to sleep with our children's wives.


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Auspicious
Jan 23, 2008, 03:27 AM
Another badly-written piece from the same jaundiced source that calls itself a news publishing outfit. Obasanjo will no doubt get his comuppance if or when the allegations against him are confirmed to be true. But shame be upon those who desecrate the respectable institution of journalism by throwing away the ethics of the profession to score cheap points against their political rivals. A responsible outlet knows better than to rush to publish jaundiced articles over yet-to-be confirmed or investigated events.

Auspicious.

dem
Jan 23, 2008, 07:09 AM
Thank God, Obasanjo Is Not My Father
Ray Morphy


Dumb article from a pedestrian writer.

Abraxas
Jan 23, 2008, 05:23 PM
Hi, folks!

Actually, I thank God Almighty that General Segun Okikiolakan Aremu Sikiru Obasanjo (GCFR) is NOT my father, or father-in-law, or next door neighbour! Thank God.

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)
Director of Propaganda & Enlightenment (Special Task Force for the De-Mystification of OBJ)

.bebi
Jan 23, 2008, 05:43 PM
Bia, u neva talk the name of that your hometown wey u say dey near Awka so. Not Amawbia, not Nibo, not Nise according to you so I'm left furiously scratching my bald head...abeg pm me. At this rate, u fit be that my long lost medico cousin wey bin dey stay for Greenwich but only say she don cross the pond...

In other words,I am a ghost.
I suspect say I know u sef.:lol:

gwobezentashi
Jan 23, 2008, 06:33 PM
Hi, folks!

Actually, I thank God Almighty that General Segun Okikiolakan Aremu Sikiru Obasanjo (GCFR) is NOT my father, or father-in-law, or next door neighbour! Thank God.

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)
(Director of Propaganda & Enlightenment Special Task Force for the De-Mystification of OBJ)


How about naming the beaches in our headline story? Clues berekete inside the story but some of our own will suffice
- Bank of Industry,
- SMEDAN,
- Ministry of Aviation,
- ex VP World Bank, Ministry of Finance,
- BPE
and other known unknowns feature in the story below. Enjoy!


Family Scandal

The Obasanjo family produces a blockbuster sequel to the contract scandal involving Senator Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello, as Gbenga, second son of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, accuses his father of gross sexual misconduct

BAMIDELE JOHNSON

Having spent a greater part of his life in important public positions, Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria’s former president, is familiar with scandals. In many of these, he starred or co-starred, injuring his reputation in a series of political and personal misdemeanours. Few weeks after he left office, news reports linked his paternal roots to Obi Joseph Okwudili Onyejekwe, a former policeman who became the natural ruler of Onitsha in Anambra State between 1962 and 1970. Other reports accused him of abusing his office to favour cronies and himself and of selling privatised government assets cheap and in questionable circumstances. But none of the scandals had the toxicity of the latest one: the allegation by Gbenga, Obasanjo’s second son, that his father had sexual relations with his wife, Mojisola.

The lethal allegation is the highlight of an affidavit filed at the Lagos State High Court, Ikeja Division, in which Gbenga is requesting to dissolve his marriage to Mojisola. Gbenga’s affidavit was a response to a cross-petition filed by Mojisola, who was responding to her husband’s petition (ID/289/HD/05) for dissolution of the marriage on account of her alleged desertion from home. Also blistered by Gbenga’s disclosures is Otunba Alex Onabanjo, Mojisola’s father, whom the former president’s son accused of sleeping with his own daughter, a taboo in any civilised culture.

In the affidavit, signed by his lawyer, Emankhu Addeh, Gbenga claimed that his wife confessed to have been sexually violated by her father, Otunba Onabanjo. His attempt to end the alleged incestuous relationship, Gbenga claimed, resulted in friction between him and his father in-law. In an interview with TheNEWS in 2006, Gbenga spoke dismissively about his father in-law. “I can’t even stay in the same room with my father in-law,” he told his interviewer.

But the greater number of Gbenga’s poisoned darts were shot at his father, whom Gbenga alleged slept with Mojisola and compensated her with oil contracts with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, via her company, Bowen & Brown. “The petitioner (Gbenga) avers that the respondent (Mojisola) also got rewarded for her adulterous acts with several oil contracts with the NNPC from his father, General Olusegun Obasanjo, amongst which was the NNPC Consultancy training in supply chain management and project management awarded to her company, Bowen and Brown,” the affidavit read in part.

Gbenga also accused his wife of having sexual relations with one Mr. Olumide Ogunlesi while married to him. The alleged dalliances, he said, have traumatised him. And on account of that, he wants the court to order a DNA test to ascertain the true father of the two children produced during the marriage. “The petitioner avers that it is now necessary for a court-ordered DNA test to be carried out on himself, Otunba Alex Onabanjo and General Olusegun Obasanjo by a competent independent medical laboratory chosen by the court, in order to ascertain the actual paternity of the children of the marriage, as continued uncertainty about their actual paternity is making his life a misery,” the affidavit read.

Gbenga, a medical doctor and one of Obasanjo’s sons from Oluremi, his first wife, married Mojisola in Lagos on 29 April 2000 at a lavish ceremony. By 2004, the union was devoid of bliss, forcing them to separate. Things further degenerated, prompting Gbenga to seek a divorce.

On 28 December 2005, Gbenga sought the dissolution of the union. In a suit filed at the Ikeja High Court, Gbenga cited incompatibility, Mojisola’s poor cooking skills, untidiness and her father’s frequent meddling in the couple’s affair as reasons for seeking divorce. At the time, however, incest and adultery were not included. But 15 days later, a notice of discontinuance was filed on Gbenga’s orders, a development attributed to pressure by the former president. Sources close to the estranged couple, however, list wife battering and infidelity on Gbenga’s part as major causes of friction in the marriage.

On account of the frequent beating, Mojisola’s father intervened regularly, to Gbenga’s displeasure. Mojisola’s complaints, sources revealed, were heavy on her husband’s closeness to a female domestic servant named Ola, who was brought to the home by Gbenga’s mother. There is yet no response from Obasanjo, but a group loyal to him, the Obasanjo Solidarity Forum, OSF, has warned Nigerians against condemning the former president and Gbenga’s father in-law. In a statement signed by its South-West Coordinator, Alhaji Lekan Yusuff, the group said the accuser needs to prove his allegation first.

Though Mojisola’s response was not as racy as Gbenga’s, it brimmed with delicious details of its own, which are hissing like animal fat in fire. In her cross-petition, she alleged that Gbenga got contracts from the NNPC and Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, while his father was in office. Mojisola is demanding a hefty compensation because of the financial status of the husband, whom she also alleged is violent. Under “Particulars of Income of the Petitioner,” Mojisola claimed that Gbenga makes an average annual income of N500 million. “The Petitioner (Gbenga) earns from commissions paid to him as an agent to a construction company with various construction projects, which was recently awarded an N11 billion construction contract,” the cross-petition read in part. Again, Mojisola alleged that her husband owns substantial shares in Linetrale Trading Company Ltd, a concern engaged in importing, selling, supplying and marketing of petroleum products, as well as collecting oil allocations from the NNPC.

According to her, Gbenga receives payments from Health Aids Support Services, an HIV consulting firm currently handling a project for MTN and some state governments. Other income streams, alleged Mojisola, include commission for brokering different deals on behalf of foreign companies, commission for the supply of 800 vehicles to the government of Ogun State, substantial investment in oil blocs and huge investment in Glo Oil Ltd. and Hyster Investments Ltd. Mojisola claimed Gbenga could earn such stupendous income because he is a “medical doctor with a Masters in Public Health and a Ph.D from Johns Hopkins University, USA.” More important, said Mojisola, her husband exploited the advantage of his father’s position, which provided him access to eminent world political leaders, business personalities, state governors, commissioners and top players in the country’s public and private sectors.

Her husband, she alleged, owns an intimidating property portfolio that includes “choice plots in Maitama, Abuja; Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos; Lekki Phase 1, Lagos; Abeokuta, and a house in GRA Ikeja, Lagos. Gbenga also owns Peugeot 607, Land Cruiser Jeep 2006 model and a Kia Opirus among other automobiles. Mojisola claimed she got to know of her husband’s considerable income through discussions between them while they lived together.

As “ancillary relief,” therefore, Mojisola is asking the court for a permanent order directing Gbenga to pay a lump sum of N54 million for her upkeep and that of the two children of the marriage, Boluwatife and Wuraola, till they become adults. She is also requesting the court to compel Gbenga to give her and the children two of his cars as well as a driver to be paid by him. Mojisola also wants their house at 8 Ladipo Bateye Street, GRA Ikeja, or that the court should order Gbenga to provide N50million for the purchase of a house of similar standard. In addition, she is seeking an order directing Gbenga to make adequate provision for the children’s security, a monthly payment of N300,000 for the period of 15 years or till the children attain adulthood, a lump sum of £360,000 or its naira equivalent and $400,000 or its naira equivalent for children’s education. The sum of £360,000, she explained, would be for school fees over a six-year period for the two children at a secondary school in Switzerland, while $400,000 would be the cost of a four-year degree programme in an American University.

Gbenga’s lurid disclosures is the second time in as many months that the Obasanjo family name has been sullied. Late last month, Senator Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello, Gbenga’s elder sister, was the subject of an apparent contract scandal currently under probe by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. In December 2005, Iyabo, then Commissioner for Health in Ogun State, in league with Prince Albert Awofisayo, a businessman, entered into a joint venture agreement with the Austrian firm, M. Schneider GMBH and Co. The Nigerian partners used Akiya Nigeria Limited, a company floated by Iyabo, as the purpose vehicle for the venture, which was for the execution of a set of contracts worth N3.5 billion in the power sector. While signing the forms on behalf of Akiya in Austria, Iyabo was said to have adopted a pseudonym, Mrs. Damilola Akinlawon, a fusion of a sibling’s name and that of her maternal grandmother. Her decision to use a pseudonym drew suspicious glances. It was widely believed that Iyabo, then a serving commissioner, used the pseudonym to circumvent the extant Code of Conduct, which bars government officials from running businesses. Iyabo’s initial reaction was full of bluster, saying that she holds a Ph.D and was not disentitled from engaging in business because her father was the president. But that was quickly amended by her lawyers’ denials via press advertisements. They rejected the suggestion of impersonation and the charge that Iyabo contravened the Code of Conduct by running a business. The lawyers claimed she was in Austria to sign pre-incorporation contract forms as a shareholder of Akiya, on whose behalf Iyabo signed as “IOB.”

But the defence was widely assailed, given that IOB–used in her campaign for the senatorial election–is a condensation of Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello. Questions were also raised on how Akiya, without a record of performance in the power sector, acquired 10 per cent equity stake in M. Schneider Nigeria Ltd, which was incorporated in Nigeria to enable it win and execute the contracts. Akiya Nigeria Ltd was to receive 10 per cent commission of the contract sum worth N3.5 billion, plus other sweeteners. Things ran smoothly in 2006, as M. Schneider won two contracts, with two others promised. But the bubble soon burst, when the Nigerian partners alleged that the Austrians changed the ownership structure of the joint venture to scheme Akiya out. The Austrians returned the fire by alleging that their Nigerian partners floated a new company to take over the contracts.

Then came the flexing of political muscle, with which the Nigerian partners ensured that the contracts were cancelled. When the matter went on arbitration in Paris, France, the Nigerian partners pressed for compensation and expenses incurred in the failed contracts. But the Austrians disagreed, arguing, among other issues, that the contracts had been invalidated by Iyabo, who fraudulently signed as Mrs. Damilola Akinlawon. This was dismissed by the arbitrators who upheld the validity of the contracts. But the issue of compensation is still unresolved.

Like Gbenga, Iyabo has had her own marital hell. Her marriage to Akeem Bello, a self-styled US-based financial consultant but widely branded a trickster, packed up a few years ago. Though their divorce has not gone through, bits and pieces of her marital horrors once yielded copies for celebrity magazines. Four years ago, Bello, a native of Ibadan, told some Nigerians in the US that Obasanjo and Iyabo had endorsed him as the candidate for the 2007 presidential election. He also listed God as the prime driver of his bid, for which he urged his listeners to donate $1000 each. Bello also sent e-mail to some of his wife’s friends. Reacting to Akeem’s claims in an e-mail to a friend, Iyabo wrote: “I will ordinarily ignore Mr.Akeem’s ramblings to people, but in the e-mail he sent to you all, he mentioned me and my father. I’m responding so that none of you feel I’m involved in Mr.Akeem’s schemes in any way.” Iyabo then served a hint of what her four-year marriage to him was like. “I was fooled by him and made a big mistake marrying him. He has duped me many times. The grandiose ambition mentioned in his e-mail to you about becoming president of Nigeria is part madness and partly a scheme to dupe you of money,” Iyabo wrote. She added that she was lucky to get out of the marriage alive and with her sanity intact.

Gbenga’s fractured marriage is the third among the former president’s children. The marriage of another elder sister, Busola, to an army officer also crashed. For Obasanjo himself, marriage has been a slippery terrain, having failed serially. Olusegun Obasanjo In The Eyes Of Time, a biography by Onukaba Adinoyi-Ojo, presents a ghastly picture of the former president as a husband, one with restless loins, and a father with little or no care for the home. A few years ago, one of Obasanjo’s daughters got married in Ibadan. The father stayed away, but his sister, Mrs. Eweje, attended the ceremony. A few days later, Aso Rock issued a statement that General Obasanjo had disowned the child. On his first wife, Oluremi’s suspicion that her husband was playing the field, Adinoyi-Ojo writes: “Oluremi’s fears were founded. Obasanjo had become very influential and powerful not only within the army, but in the Nigerian society. People are attracted to power. Obasanjo did not seem sufficiently aware of his vulnerability. He took full advantage of his stature. Casual affairs led to babies. In all, there would be two dozens of them from as many women. He later married some of them, including Taiwo Martins and Linda Soares...Obasanjo tried to justify his actions by appealing to the age-old traditional African practice of polygamy. But that did not make it right. For in all honesty, Obasanjo has a major weakness for women–many of whom he did not treat well (lack of love and companionship, inadequate and irregular financial support, separate homes, long absences and the typical old-style macho aloofness of his generation of men in Nigeria).”

Taiwo Martins, with whom Obasanjo had two children, once told this magazine that her former husband is unfeeling. In an interview published in November 2000, Taiwo described Obasanjo as “wicked, close-fisted and a man of war,” a near mystery given that women love free spenders and men with tenderness. Yet, of all the myths swirling around the Obasanjo persona, the one about women is the most popular. The former president, claimed those close to him, is a glutton for sex. Moji, an army major, whom Obasanjo married in 1992 as single mother, is a victim of her former husband’s daring nature when it comes to seeking sexual pleasures. In an interview with NEWS STAR, Moji, a medical doctor, narrated how she caught Obasanjo on their matrimonial bed with a mistress on 4 June 1994. That day, her Non-Governmental Organisation, National Unity Promoters had a meeting at Obasanjo’s farm house in Otta.

While the meeting was in progress, Obasanjo announced that he was going into the room to prepare for a foreign trip. He actually went into the room to romp with the woman that had sneaked into the house. Moji discovered her husband’s scheme when she headed for the room to pick something and found the door locked. She asked the cook if he locked the door, but he denied. The cook, however, explained that he could hear voices from the room. Moji returned to knock the door and Obasanjo was forced to open. In his company was a strange woman! “I knocked the door and the General opened for me and went back to sleep on the bed. On my own side of the matrimonial bed, I saw a woman covering her head...I didn’t ask any questions, but just picked what I came for,” she said. The drama was the beginning of the end of the marriage. After the drama, she said: “I just picked my things, including my unwashed clothes, and drove away. Since then, I have not returned,” Moji added.

In separate interviews with TheNEWS and Sunday Sun, Iyabo and Gbenga admitted that their father is libidinous. Iyabo, however, added that his love for women is just a little character flaw. That view is not exactly a popular one, certainly not with Moji, who reckons that Obasanjo will never conquer the throbbing in his loins. No woman, it is commonly said, is off-limits, including wives of his friends and relatives. In 1973, writes Adinoyi-Ojo, a huge marital row erupted in the Obasanjo home over allegations of infidelity. Wale Salako, a friend to Obasanjo, died in an auto crash and Obasanjo asked his wife and children to move in with him.

Soon after, however, the widow, Labo, and Oluremi fell out, forcing Obasanjo to relocate his late friend’s family. But that did not squelch the suspicions that had developed, as Oluremi insisted that the husband was having an affair, though denied, with Labo. But Oluremi was unconvinced and by early 1974, the union had degenerated. Obasanjo reacted by getting her sacked from her job with the Ibru Organisation. But Michael Ibru, head of the organisation, directed she be paid her salary on compassionate grounds.
Similarly in 2002, Obasanjo was the subject of another romantic scandal, after snatching Bola Lamide Adegebenro, wife of Sina Adegbenro, his relative. Lamide, a mother of four in her mid-40s, hails from Ilisan Remo in Ogun State. Last year, her name featured in the Petroleum Technology Development Fund, PTDF, saga, when Obasanjo was accused of using PTDF money to buy her a Peugeot car from Briscoe Nigeria Limited, which incidentally deals exclusively in Toyota cars. The wife of a Second Republic politician, who hails from Ekiti State, is said to be one of the former president’s favourites. He never missed seeing the woman each time he went to Ado Ekiti and once gave her a note to a former governor of the state, directing him to give her state patronage. The former governor, was, however, said to have torn the note. The former president is said to be averse to giving money to women, but prefers sending them to other top shots in government. Some of his mistresses in Port Harcourt, River State, were said to have depended on the former governor of the state for cash gifts each time Obasanjo visited.
Obasanjo also snared other women. They include Gold Oruh, a television journalist, who went to interview him and later bore him two children; another Ibo woman, who bore him two sons and a judge from Plateau State. Obasanjo’s last known partner was Stella (nee Abebe), who died in 2005, after a cosmetic surgery she underwent without her husband’s knowledge. The two, according to Adinoyi-Ojo, met in 1971, when Stella was 26 and Obasanjo, 37, was married.

Initially, Stella kept him at bay, but the resoluteness that had seen off similarly stiff resistance wore her down. When Stella’s parents got wind of the affair, they warned her not to see Obasanjo again. But by then, she was already pregnant for him. The product of the union is Olumuyiwa, who got married shortly after the mother’s death. Stella’s entry into the Obasanjo harem caused a lot of disaffection, particularly in Oluremi, whose media duel with the new belle created ripples in the 80s. But Obasanjo, already accustomed to such eruptions, was not the least irritated. “Oluremi and Stella and anybody else that may be so married are legitimate and real wives of Olusegun Obasanjo,” he calmly said.

Many more would follow, as mistresses not wives, especially during his eight years in Aso Rock. All through his presidency, said sources, the State House was as much the seat of power as it was of lewdness. No space was off-limits, as the former was said to be in the habit of romping with women–young and old–even in his office and the guest houses.
On the day of the air crash in which a phalanx of army officers died in 2006, said a source, the former president was hosting a female managing director of a Federal Government owned bank. An aide rushed in to give him the news of the mishap, but his details were still sketchy. By the time the aide knew the full range of accident, he returned to brief Obasanjo, who by then, had moved into his bedroom, the female MD in tow. The aide banged the door several times to attract the attention of his boss. But by the time his boss stepped out, he was naked, dripping with semen! He gave him the news and as Obasanjo turned to return to the room, the aide sighted the bank chief lying on the bed, also naked. Also in 2006, the president went to Singapore on an official trip. On his delegation was a former female minister, who later headed a government agency. One night at their hotel, a delegate on the trip met the former female minister, as she was leaving her room, next to his. She was dressed in a jeans trousers and a shirt. Asked where she was headed, the former minister said she was going for dinner. But she never returned to her room. The next day, the delegation had breakfast with Obasanjo in the presidential suite. After the breakfast, the source decided to hang back for about five minutes, while other members of the entourage followed the president to the first engagement that morning. As he sat, in the quiet suite, the former minister stepped out of Obasanjo’s room. She was wearing the same clothes she wore the previous night and she was dishevelled! According to the delegate, the said minister was seriously embarrassed.
Several ministers who served under him were also said to have graced his bed. He was said to be particularly fond of one from the Northern part of the country and another from the South Eastern part of the country. So daring was he that he was said to be in the habit of raising his house robe to reveal his manhood when in the company of any of his consorts, regardless of whether he could be seen, by aides. Once, sources disclosed, an aide walked in while he was flashing his private part for a female minister. “The robe is a knee-length one. And here was the president of the Federal Republic, rolling the robe to expose his private part with a female minister sitting on the floor next to him. Worse, there was another female aide in the room”.

While female ministers wanted his attention exclusively, they stood no chance of getting that. A consort in his cabinet once nominated her friend for a ministerial slot, for which Obasanjo obliged. The consort also recruited a Personal Assistant for her friend, with a view to ensuring that she got information if and when Obasanjo showed interest in her friend. Obasanjo did. The personal assistant reported dutifully. However, the minister was not interested in satisfying Obasanjo’s lust and predictably, said sources, she did not last in office. Her sack was engineered by the same person that nominated her, who had been fed stories that her nominee was spending time with her prized man. Another of the stories making the rounds was that of a powerful minister who threw her letter of resignation at Obasanjo three weeks after her appointment. Sources said she was riled by the constant pat on the butt she got from Mr. President. She had to be persuaded to return to her job by then Vice President Abubakar Atiku and a minister, who influenced her appointment.

While a resident of Aso Rock, the former president’s sexual romps were often seen on camera circuit being monitored by security men. Often the snoopers were treated with x-rated pornography sometimes in the president’s office or sometimes in his bedroom. “As president, he had to be monitored in the Villa”, said a source close to the Obasanjo years. “But most times, the scenes captured on camera were the president’s sexual orgies’’.

A source in the last Senate said Obasanjo once told the leaders of the upper chamber a principle of life that he holds dear: that the most accurate gauge of the loyalty of a woman working with a man is for the man to sleep with her. Refusal, for whatever reasons, Obasanjo said, spells disloyalty. Also in an encounter with some Nigerians while in office, Obasanjo called those who accused him of philandering of being bad students of history. He asked his listeners to name one of the famous presidents in the world still remembered long after he left office. When a member of his grovelling audience mentioned J.F Kennedy, the American leader in the early sixties, Obasanjo nodded in agreement and said: ‘‘that is the kind of person I want to be”. Kennedy too was noted for his affairs with many women. But Kennedy was not the only foreign leader Obasanjo modelled his peccadilloes after. He also imagined he could play Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister during the Second World War. Sometimes, Obasanjo asked some of his female officials to give him a bath, a habit he claimed, he copied from Churchill.

While he enjoys snatching other people’s women, Obasanjo cannot stand being made a cuckold. This was a lesson a prominent Aso Rock official was taught in 2005. The official, who hails from a North Central state, had developed a taste for one Obasanjo’s mistresses. When the news got to Obasanjo, he ordered the official’s eviction from the Villa, on the pretext that the man had to be freed early enough to prepare for the governorship race in his state. His belongings were said to have been moved out of the Villa by 4 a.m on the day of his eviction. Another person who was punished for a similar offence, was Godwin Daboh, who Obasanjo learnt had an affair with Stella, while he was in jail. Daboh was kept in a detention centre in Aso Villa for several weeks.

Outside Aso Rock, the former president’s addiction to sex is a source of warning to females going to see him. Two years into his first term, a female African -American, who was to meet Obasanjo, was warned not to go unaccompanied. Her friends in the diplomatic community were said to have told her that Obasanjo’s reputation as a corruption hater might be unassailable, but they were worried by his libidinous predilections.

Also, a daughter of a prominent politician in the first and second republics was given a similar warning when she went to see Obasanjo for assistance in her job search. Though she went alone and did not get assaulted, she was said to have been outraged by what she saw while with Nigeria’s former leader. A young pregnant girl was said to have walked into her meeting with Obasanjo, to hitch up her wrapper and expose her private part, in the full glare of the visitor. And this happened inside Aso Rock!

Being calm when two women fight over one is something. Doing so when one’s son of all people accuses one of sharing his wife, will certainly pose a fresh challenge. Will Obasanjo handle the latest scandal calmly? The world is watching.
http://www.saharareporters.com/www/report/detail/?prevpage=10066&startpage=20067&x=3&id=498
Congo shining in the villa! The desecration of the house of the people.

At Roforofo FM, we are working hard to obtain a sneak preview of the tapes of Baba doing the do with some people's mothers, daughters, wives, sisters, aunties, nieces etc. At the end of the day, we shall expose all the shameless ashewos.

Aluta!


Gwobezentashi

Ps: Our headline story is the cover story in the current issue of The News magazine under the caption - The Obasanjo Family Mess

IZONERE
Jan 23, 2008, 08:31 PM
Wetin happen? Gwo, dis kin gist sef I tire oh! SH dem no talk where dem get this gist from but OBJ has always been said to be a man who lacks inhibition.....

.bebi
Jan 23, 2008, 09:02 PM
These stories r very funny.I hope una no dey bear false witness o.

IZONERE
Jan 23, 2008, 09:20 PM
Hmm...dis slapping and pinching of bottom thing.....Cherie Blair wrote in her book about an African President who pinched her bottom...my first thought was OBJ:cool:.....I hope say no be him do that thing.....:D

Auspicious
Jan 24, 2008, 12:11 AM
Hmm...dis slapping and pinching of bottom thing.....Cherie Blair wrote in her book about an African President who pinched her bottom...my first thought was OBJ:cool:.....I hope say no be him do that thing.....:D

:lol::D:D:D:lol:

Auspicious.

WaleAkin
Jan 25, 2008, 12:39 PM
Hmm...dis slapping and pinching of bottom thing.....Cherie Blair wrote in her book about an African President who pinched her bottom...my first thought was OBJ:cool:.....I hope say no be him do that thing.....:D

Another rumour mongering and unconfirmed reports!

During the tenure of the Blairs' as PM at 10 Downing Street, they had the priviledge to host the following:

1. President Olusegun Obasanjo
2. President Thabo Mbeki
3. President Nelson Mandela
4. President Kuffour

So why the impression that this slapping-pinching was committed by our very own President Obasanjo.

Cheers

dem
Jan 25, 2008, 01:33 PM
Another rumour mongering and unconfirmed reports!

During the tenure of the Blairs' as PM at 10 Downing Street, they had the priviledge to host the following:

1. President Olusegun Obasanjo
2. President Thabo Mbeki
3. President Nelson Mandela
4. President Kuffour

So why the impression that this slapping-pinching was committed by our very own President Obasanjo.

Cheers

Wale
But that is the rub! The fact that out of these 4 personalities, some people would immediately think it is likely that OBJ did the pinching is in itself an indictment on the man and his known wandering...err...hands.

Bunch17
Jan 25, 2008, 01:36 PM
Wale
But that is the rub! The fact that out of these 4 personalities, some people would immediately think it is likely that OBJ did the pinching is in itself an indictment on the man and his known wandering...err...hands.

My first reaction when I head this was that it had to be our man.

Abraxas
Jan 25, 2008, 02:50 PM
Another rumour mongering and unconfirmed reports!

During the tenure of the Blairs' as PM at 10 Downing Street, they had the priviledge to host the following:

1. President Olusegun Obasanjo
2. President Thabo Mbeki
3. President Nelson Mandela
4. President Kuffour

So why the impression that this slapping-pinching was committed by our very own President Obasanjo.

Cheers

Hi, WaleAkin!

So, who do we now suspect, instead of General Okikiolakan Aremu Olusegun Igbochukwu Sikiru Obasanjo (GCFR): Nelson Mandela, or John Kuffour, or Thambo Mbeki?

Why have you deliberately decided to firmly bury your head in your arsehole on matters concerning this OBJ fellow and his nymphomaniac proclivities? Why, oh why? (O ma se-o!)

Suppose you leave a bunch of bananas in a room that has a gorrila, a cat, a dog, and a lion, who do you think would most likely taste one or two bananas before you come back to check on them in the room? Would it have been the lion, the cat, the dog, or the gorilla?

Think about it, my buroda. I am sure you are very aware that Aremu Segun Obasanjo is a world-renownned sex maniac. I am also sure that you know, but you just what me to spell it all out for you, {no be so?}

My buroda, no be for my mouth wey yoo go hear sey Senator Iyabo too dey complain de same complain wey Dr. Gbenga been accuse Mojisola sey 'ihm papa chook am, no be only when 'e be small pikin-o, but also, even when 'e been done get better bobby. No be for my mouth wey yoo go hear bad t'ing, {yoo hear?} Tufia kwa! Pxtcheeeeeeeeeew!! God forbid bad t'ing!

Muchas gracias, mi amigo.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

lionking
Jan 25, 2008, 03:09 PM
Another rumour mongering and unconfirmed reports!

During the tenure of the Blairs' as PM at 10 Downing Street, they had the priviledge to host the following:

1. President Olusegun Obasanjo
2. President Thabo Mbeki
3. President Nelson Mandela
4. President Kuffour

So why the impression that this slapping-pinching was committed by our very own President Obasanjo.

Cheers

talk true, you yourself, who do you think it is?

Soul Sista
Jan 25, 2008, 03:46 PM
Ehen, from what I hear, Thabo is not exactly squeaky clean! I recently met a South Africa lady who let me into two hours gist on the "secret life" of Thabo Mbeki. Of course, there is no way of proving anything she said. But, I was scandalized and wondered whether there is any hope for Africa with leaders like this. Apparently Thabo is a man of the two Boos: booty and booze!

But, make ah no lie. When I read the pinching part, I thought of none other than our Baba. Sha, that is if Mrs. Blair is not just demonizing again as per the black man's allegedly famously uncontrollable libido.

Soul Sista a/k/a Soul Sizzling

ikechiji
Jan 25, 2008, 03:55 PM
There is a difference between public and private behaviour. Thabo might be guilty of your alleged offense in private but I doubt very much that he would do that in public. OBJ, on the other hand, lacks tact in both public and private settings. If I were a betting person, my wager would be on OBJ.


Ehen, from what I hear, Thabo is not exactly squeaky clean! I recently met a South Africa lady who let me into two hours gist on the "secret life" of Thabo Mbeki. Of course, there is no way of proving anything she said. But, I was scandalized and wondered whether there is any hope for Africa with leaders like this. Apparently Thabo is a man of the two Boos: booty and booze!

But, make ah no lie. When I read the pinching part, I thought of none other than our Baba. Sha, that is if Mrs. Blair is not just demonizing again as per the black man's allegedly famously uncontrollable libido.

Soul Sista a/k/a Soul Sizzling

dem
Jan 25, 2008, 04:07 PM
Ehen, from what I hear, Thabo is not exactly squeaky clean! I recently met a South Africa lady who let me into two hours gist on the "secret life" of Thabo Mbeki. Of course, there is no way of proving anything she said. But, I was scandalized and wondered whether there is any hope for Africa with leaders like this. Apparently Thabo is a man of the two Boos: booty and booze!

But, make ah no lie. When I read the pinching part, I thought of none other than our Baba. Sha, that is if Mrs. Blair is not just demonizing again as per the black man's allegedly famously uncontrollable libido.
Soul Sista a/k/a Soul Sizzling

Sista Soul
I hear you loud and clear. Cheriee Blair is not the most - how shall we say? - handsome woman (although that doesn't stop some folks). Perhaps she voiced her hope or felt an "accidental" brush and quickly ascribed that to blackman wanting to coup a feel.

But sha, it is difficult to defend our man in these matters as his handwork speaks loud for itself...

Bunch17
Jan 25, 2008, 04:20 PM
But sha, it is difficult to defend our man in these matters as his handwork speaks loud for itself...

Defend ke? If any woman ever deserved to her her bum pinched, it has to be her. (apologies to the ladies)

IZONERE
Jan 25, 2008, 04:24 PM
Point of correction, it wasn't Cherie Blair's book. It was in Alistair Campbell's Diaries, Campbell was Blair's media aide during his time in Downing street. I doubt the man would make up such a thing especially since it involved people other than himself.

IZONERE
Jan 25, 2008, 04:29 PM
Sista Soul
I hear you loud and clear. Cheriee Blair is not the most - how shall we say? - handsome woman (although that doesn't stop some folks). Perhaps she voiced her hope or felt an "accidental" brush and quickly ascribed that to blackman wanting to coup a feel.

But sha, it is difficult to defend our man in these matters as his handwork speaks loud for itself...


She does have quite a substantial bottom, though..maybe it was begging to be pinched
:D:D:D:lol::lol::lol:

Auspicious
Jan 25, 2008, 04:38 PM
Hi, WaleAkin!

Suppose you leave a bunch of bananas in a room that has a gorrila, a cat, a dog, and a lion, who do you think would most likely taste one or two bananas before you come back to check on them in the room? Would it have been the lion, the cat, the dog, or the gorilla?

:D :D :D

This man called Carlos Abraxas is too funny..!

Na, you ain't gon kill me with laughter just yet.

Ok, lemme guess the answer: The Dog? :lol:

Auspicious.

emj
Jan 25, 2008, 04:57 PM
=Abraxas;Suppose you leave a bunch of bananas in a room that has a gorrila, a cat, a dog, and a lion, who do you think would most likely taste one or two bananas before you come back to check on them in the room? Would it have been the lion, the cat, the dog, or the gorilla?

Muchas gracias, mi amigo.

[B]Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)[/COLOR]
Oga mi.....da Gorrila will eat da Bunch(Bunch17) of Banana...and the Dog will eat da Cat, the Lion will swallow the dog and Gorilla....then hin go siddon kampe laik say nothing happen....VQAS(not katamps):lol::lol:

dem
Jan 25, 2008, 06:26 PM
She does have quite a substantial bottom, though..maybe it was begging to be pinched
:D:D:D:lol::lol::lol:

Izonere, well I never!!!! If I had written this, I'm sure the womenfolk would have raked me over hot coals...:razz:

IZONERE
Jan 25, 2008, 07:35 PM
Izonere, well I never!!!! If I had written this, I'm sure the womenfolk would have raked me over hot coals...:razz:


Well.....being a woman, I am allowed to say such things not you.:p

EbonyLomo
Jan 25, 2008, 10:04 PM
Hi, folks!

I am wondering: Between a lunatic asylum and a maximum security prison, where best should we confine General Okikiolakan Aremu Segun Matiyu Obasanjo (GCFR) for the balance of his life on earth?

May be summary execution would be most appropriate.

As for Mojisola: Nnaaaa, I fear dat woman!

Nack papa, nack in-law! Shege! I never knew Gbenga (Broda Senator Iyabo) was married to a nymphomaniac! Wow! Jeeeeeweeeeeeeez!

Muchas gracias.

Don Juan-Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

Abraxas, i think it is very unacceptable to judge OBJ on the basis of the accusations levelled by his son Gbenga without the benefit of the other side's story (This is expectedly not going to happen though). How can one judge an individual on the basis of partial information? Give His Excellency a break/benefit of doubt in the main time!!

gwobezentashi
Jan 26, 2008, 04:28 AM
If Your Father Slept With Your Wife...
By Rukayat Olalere and Labake Adekunle

Many believe that infidelity in marriage is more common among men. It is not as if women don’t have extramarital relationships; but when they do, it attracts more attention and definitely receives more condemnation. People look down on such women. Women who engage in extramarital relationships normally do so with men unknown to their family members or choose partners far from home. It is therefore unthinkable for a woman to have an affair with her father-in-law. But this does happen in our society. So, why would a man desire his son’s wife? And what would you do if you found out your father is sleeping with your wife? Living sought people’s view on this.

Excerpts:

Mr. Olusegun Adesanya: It’s a misfortune and an abomination. Too much of closeness caused it. In Hausa and Igboland, it happens, but in Yorubaland, it is unacceptable. In the olden days, if such things happened, the father-in-law would have to make some purification sacrifices because it may be a curse on that family from generations before. In the olden days, fathers-in-law took delivery of their sons’ wives and nothing would happen; but nowadays, everything has turned upside down.

Mr. Oladele Benjamin: Actually, it is not good. Too much of closeness always causes it. Sexual intercourse has its risks when two people get too close. If such a thing happened to me, I would take heart, since I cannot beat my father. But that useless wife would have to pack out of my house.

Mr. Kayode Sunday: Such thing can only happen if that person (father-in-law) has been cursed. And it can also happen if he is a drunkard. If such thing happened to me, I wouldn’t marry that wife again and I would disown such a father. It would be a stain.

Mr. Ayuba Alawo: It could happen if that wife is not contented with what her husband has, and the father-in-law is wealthier than his son, and he uses money to seduce her. If such thing happened to me, I would send such a wife and her children packing, including that father, because I would have a vicious mind towards them. I cannot accept it.

Mr. Olusegun Onaderin: This could be happen if the wife is not contented. But she, at the same time, risks being used for money ritual in some cases. If such a thing happened to me, that wife would have to leave. I would leave my father alone; even if I do not say anything, outsiders would point fingers.

Ademola Aramako: Maybe they had been having an affair with each other even before she met her husband, and they are starting afresh. The father-in-law may not be contented with what he has, and the wife may be jobless. The wife’s mode of dressing is another factor. Also, the father-in-law may use her (the son’s wife) for money ritual. If such thing happens to me, I would pack out from the house, since I cannot beat my father; but that wife is going out with her children.

Mr. Adenipekun Olalekan: If the couple lives in the same apartment or family house with the father; it also depends on the way that wife relates to her in-laws. If that wife is a prostitute and the father-in-law is the breadwinner, she may have interest in such a father-in-law.If it happens to me, since I cannot beat my father, that wife is going. Then I will do a blood test for all the children to ascertain whether I am their biological father or not.

Abiodun Ilesanmi: It can happen if the wife is not contented with her husband’s wealth. If such a thing happened to me, I would leave that wife for my father and also do a blood test to be sure if I am the real father of her children.

Mr. Philips Olusegun: Such a father-in-law is a covetous fellow and I believe the habit is in his blood or he may be possessed. There is no doubt that the matrimonial home is broken. The woman is not at fault; the father should be blamed and cursed. If it happened to me, I would put everything in God’s hands, but I would have it at the back of my mind that it is my father that the devil had used to take my happiness. There is nothing I could do to any of them; it is a family issue.

Femi Idowu: It is a very bad thing to do. The father should be asked for his reason, because it is intentional. Maybe it is the way and manner they behave in their family line. His (father-in-law) own grandfather may have done the same to his father, his father to him, and he believes he must also do so to his son. Both the wife and father should be questioned, because it is their answers that will determine my next action. If my wife was forced by him, I would know how to deal with my father and forgive my wife; but if it was with her consent, I would divorce her and move away from the father, because they can both kill me.

Joe Abobade: It is either he wants to use her for rituals or plans a more deadly thing. It is an abomination in Yoruba land. It is written in 2 Timothy 1-5, that in the last days, there will be terrible things happening; and when we see these things we should know it is the end. So, I believe that these are part of the signs of the end times. Even though there is no punishment in the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria, I believe the government should punish them. I would hand over my father and wife to the police, because if I want to act according to my state of mind, I could kill them both, and I would be charged with murder. I would lose at the long run.

Laolu Adekoye: I believe it is because there is no fear of God in the man (father-in-law)’s heart that he could do such a thing. Otherwise, he would not engage in such an act. Then it may be the wife that is seducing her father-in-law. There is nothing I could do than to calm down, even though I would be angry. My wife is gone forever, for course. I would send her packing; but my parents are still my parents.

Danola Adegoke: The wife might be too beautiful or she might have been wearing provocative clothes. There is nothing to do but to leave the two of them to continue their affair. But before I pack out of the house, I would lace my wife with ‘Magun’; and if my father trespasses again, that is their problem.

Soji Erinyansoro: As far as this issue is concerned, I want to believe that it is only a mad man that can do so. However, efforts should be made by government to create an environment devoid of tension, poverty and hunger. For either one of these reasons could make anyone to misbehave.

Olukun Aderemi: The father is not a good man; he is an animal. He should not be living among people. What he has done is just too bad. He can even go to the extent of sleeping with his own children. I would pack out and leave my father and the wife to continue with their affairs; but I believe the girl’s family should call her to order. I will pack out with my kids and any bas-t-ard among them would be revealed with time.

Mr. Basiru Oriyomi: Such father-in-law may use that wife for money ritual. If it happened to me, I would divorce that wife and collect my children.

Mr. Tunde Abimbola: If it happened to me, I would first find out what could have caused it. If it is from my wife, I would send her parking; but if not, I wouldn’t do anything.

Mr. Sola: Such a father does not follow the Yoruba culture; because in Igbo and Hausa land it happens, but not in Yorubaland. If it happened to me, I would send her (wife) packing and I would do a blood test to know whether I am the biological father of her children or not.

Mr. Kabiru Isiak: A curse, frustration and seduction must have caused it. If it happened to me, I would not harm my father. I would leave all things to God, but that wife I would send her packing.

Mr. Rafin Adeleke: Self-interest, seduction may cause it. Assuming the wife is in the house wearing transparent dress, it may seduce the father-in-law to have interest in her. If it happened to me, I would disown that father and the wife. I would even perform the DNA test to know whether I am the biological father of the children.
http://www.tribune.com.ng/26012008/living.html

lionking
Jan 26, 2008, 07:47 AM
Mr. Olusegun Adesanya: " In Hausa and Igboland, it happens, but in Yorubaland, it is unacceptable."


Mr. Sola: "Such a father does not follow the Yoruba culture; because in Igbo and Hausa land it happens, but not in Yorubaland.'



Ah go die for laff!!!

Bunch17
Jan 26, 2008, 09:02 AM
Mr. Olusegun Adesanya: " In Hausa and Igboland, it happens, but in Yorubaland, it is unacceptable."


Mr. Sola: "Such a father does not follow the Yoruba culture; because in Igbo and Hausa land it happens, but not in Yorubaland.'

Irresponsible journalism or what. In a few years time some people would try to peddle the comments of these ignorant individuals as fact. I have never respected the Nigerian press and I am yet to see any reasons to suggest I am wrong.

dem
Jan 26, 2008, 01:32 PM
Mr. Olusegun Adesanya: It’s a misfortune and an abomination. Too much of closeness caused it.

Mr. Oladele Benjamin: Actually, it is not good. Too much of closeness always causes it.

Mr. Ayuba Alawo: It could happen if that wife is not contented

Mr. Olusegun Onaderin: This could be happen if the wife is not contented.

Lionking & Bunch
Indeed it is to laugh. Pls when we talk of journalism do not include the Tribune. I stopped reading that outfit a long time ago. God only knows what happens there. The standing joke is that if you read something in the Tribune it is either idle speculation or the opposite is in fact the case.

gwobezentashi
Jan 26, 2008, 06:55 PM
Irresponsible journalism or what. In a few years time some people would try to peddle the comments of these ignorant individuals as fact. I have never respected the Nigerian press and I am yet to see any reasons to suggest I am wrong.

There is nothing irresponsible about the Tribune providing a platform for ignoramus such as it to ventilate opinions that resonate with its abiding predilections for shallow parochialism and irredentism.

The views represent the views that the Tribune have represented by deed and alignment over the years.

As they say, like father like son.

Aluta!


Gwobezentashi

VGC Babe
Jan 26, 2008, 08:04 PM
Guys,

It happens a lot in yoruba families. Father in law sexing daughter in law. Men also shag their mother in law. Gbenga did well to air this thing out so evil will stop in Jesus name.

dem
Jan 27, 2008, 10:43 AM
Guys,

It happens a lot in yoruba families. Father in law sexing daughter in law. Men also shag their mother in law. .......

Oh yeah? Proof/instances please.

purple
Jan 27, 2008, 07:53 PM
Guys,

It happens a lot in yoruba families. Father in law sexing daughter in law. Men also shag their mother in law. Gbenga did well to air this thing out so evil will stop in Jesus name.

Villagers Alert!

Another one's on the loose.

elgaxton
Jan 27, 2008, 08:04 PM
VGC Babes how u dey na? You are welcome to the village. please can u go to the intro section and hail the elders? Its not compulsory tho but its necessary. Welcome o.

Elgaxton

O/c VHS

Magic
Jan 27, 2008, 09:06 PM
VGC Babes how u dey na? You are welcome to the village. please can u go to the intro section and hail the elders? Its not compulsory tho but its necessary. Welcome o.

Elgaxton

O/c VHS

Do not be surprised. Many of us know who resurface as VGC Babe.

.bebi
Jan 27, 2008, 09:29 PM
Its funny that to make a controversial comment,u log on as a new member.R pple that scared of the wrath of villagers?

EbonyLomo
Jan 28, 2008, 12:09 AM
Many people are falling for what appears to me to be an elaborate plan ochestrated by the OBJ Clan to divert attention from the Balogun of Owu with regards to continues clamour for him to be held accountable for his Eight (8) years of stewardship as the Presidenmt of Nigeria. To that extent, since this rumour' broke emphasis have shifted from allegations of corruption to a more attention grabbing claim of INCEST and MORAL BANKRUPTCY. I still find it overwhelmingly UNBELIEVABLE that someone of OBJ's standing will stoop to such a level. He could have any beautiful woman he so desires inspite of his ugliness. So why shag your Daughter in law, knowing fully well that this is against Yoruba cultural norm? Then again, a late yoruba personality whas well reputed for shining the congo of amonst many others, 'daughter and mother', and actually impregnated two sisters of the same parentage. Wonders shall never sieze sa

Exxcuzme
Jan 28, 2008, 01:55 AM
Many people are falling for what appears to me to be an elaborate plan ochestrated by the OBJ Clan to divert attention from the Balogun of Owu with regards to continues clamour for him to be held accountable for his Eight (8) years of stewardship as the Presidenmt of Nigeria. To that extent, since this rumour' broke emphasis have shifted from allegations of corruption to a more attention grabbing claim of INCEST and MORAL BANKRUPTCY. I still find it overwhelmingly UNBELIEVABLE that someone of OBJ's standing will stoop to such a level. He could have any beautiful woman he so desires inspite of his ugliness. So why shag your Daughter in law, knowing fully well that this is against Yoruba cultural norm? Then again, a late yoruba personality whas well reputed for shining the congo of amonst many others, 'daughter and mother', and actually impregnated two sisters of the same parentage. Wonders shall never sieze sa


EbonyLomo,

Since the man is dead, you can give us the gist now by naming the man. Don't be scared, he is not coming to get you:D

There are too many cowards all over the place( I think I need to start a open a thread to start listing people who make allegations or give us a story where they could put a name to people but refused even in this anonymous cyberspace. This is a cyber.........anonymous....place where you are using fictitious name (at least most of us) and noone knows who is we are. Jeez peep, Oyinbo don give us a forum to use to shame those ruining us and we should be damned if we are not taking advantage of it. We all know Reuben Abati and most of his co-travelling journalists are not performing real journalism and its left for non-journalists like Sowore to do their job.

So people let rise up to our resposibility

EbonyLomo
Jan 31, 2008, 02:33 PM
Guys,

It happens a lot in yoruba families. Father in law sexing daughter in law. Men also shag their mother in law. Gbenga did well to air this thing out so evil will stop in Jesus name.


Your post is what i will refer to as MISCHIEVIOUS and IDLE SPECULATION, except of course your can provide verifiable evidence ma'am!!:rolleyes::rolleyes:

@ EXXCUZME: Actually i agree with you in part that it would have been better to name the man in question, except for the fact that i am an avowed follower of the dictum 'Speak evil not of the dead'. Every man has his own shortcomings and in acknowledging that i still hold the person in question with high regard. Hence i cannot/will not oblige you your desire. As for being a coward, i think that is out of the question here with regards to me. I FEAR NO ONE, but RESPECT THOSE WHO DESERVE IT!!

IZONERE
Jan 31, 2008, 02:49 PM
Do not be surprised. Many of us know who resurface as VGC Babe.


How una take know abeg? Pls tell us who this VGC babe is. E be like say some people be winch for this NVS.:confused:

Magic
Jan 31, 2008, 06:01 PM
How una take know abeg? Pls tell us who this VGC babe is. E be like say some people be winch for this NVS.:confused:

The fact that we can all say what we want freely without any hangups makes this type of medium "free speech". But when a witch cried yesterday and the child died today, who does not relate the two? Says a proverb.

By gone is bygone, no need to reopen old wounds. Let's have fun!

otito koro
Jan 31, 2008, 08:47 PM
The fact that we can all say what we want freely without any hangups makes this type of medium "free speech". But when a witch cried yesterday and the child died today, who does not relate the two? Says a proverb.

By gone is bygone, no need to reopen old wounds. Let's have fun!


True talk. Thank you.

Vaya Con Dios
Feb 2, 2008, 12:32 PM
Do not be surprised. Many of us know who resurface as VGC Babe.

We are all ears! Pray, do tell!! :confused: Thou shall not keep us in suspense o. . . . . . .

Magic
Feb 2, 2008, 03:56 PM
We are all ears! Pray, do tell!! :confused: Thou shall not keep us in suspense o. . . . . . .

VDC,
My dear sister, I do not see you as a trouble maker. Please, please I am a lover not a fighter.

gwobezentashi
Feb 2, 2008, 04:58 PM
We are all ears! Pray, do tell!! :confused: Thou shall not keep us in suspense o. . . . . . .

All na shakara. Dem no know nothing!!!

G

Magic
Feb 2, 2008, 05:57 PM
All na shakara. Dem no know nothing!!!

G

Gbombe,
Katakataman. You don start your wahala.

busanga
Feb 2, 2008, 10:59 PM
Its funny that to make a controversial comment,u log on as a new member.R pple that scared of the wrath of villagers?
whoever takes cowards seriously?

VOR
Feb 4, 2008, 12:41 PM
OBASANJO, ONABANJO INCESTUOUS SCANDAL!

WHO GOT A 14 YEAR OLD PREGNANT?

Gbenga Obasanjo
The cycle of influential individuals being accused of incest and of varying degrees of sexual misconduct in relation to the allegations listed in the affidavit filed before a Lagos High Court by Dr. Gbenga Obasanjo is widening even as an underground campaign to discredit the media may have started. Chief Alex Onabanjo, his Eighteen years old daughter, Dunni Onabanjo, former President Olusegun Obasanjo and other notable Nigerian politicians are now in for rough times as more shocking allegations have come up.

Only recently, Gbenga Obasanjo and his estranged wife, Mojisola whom he met while she was a student in Boston, took the nation by shock when he alleged that his wife has been having sexual relationship with her father Chief Onabanjo and his father former president Obasanjo.

Sources told pointblanknews.com that Chief Onabanjo’s young daughter, Dunni, suddenly got pregnant at the age of fourteen and could not identify the man said to be responsible. It was gathered that the young woman who is now Eighteen Years and resident in a mid-western part of the United States was told to pin the pregnancy on an allegedly innocent man. The attempt was said to have failed and Ms. Onabanjo had to be taken out of Nigeria and brought to the U.S where she has since lived with her little child whose paternity remains unresolved.


Mojisola Obasanjo
Also, a woman identified as a niece to the former Nigerian President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo was said to have complained of being groped by the ex-ruler at his popular country home, Ota Farm in the early 1980’s. The woman, identified as Mrs. Funmi Ololade (nee Obasanjo) was said to have fought her way and resisted given in to Obasanjo’s unsolicited advances. Pointblanknews.com obtained a write up by Mrs. Ololade nee Obasanjo where she said: “Shame on you Uncle Segun. I believe you can do it. I still vividly remembered when you tried such with me at the Ota Farm back in the 80's and I nearly slapped you. I also remembered some ladies you tried to sleep with at Owu Baptist Church, Abeokuta, including your cousins. You should be questioned about this. Na wa ooooooooooooooo. Broda Aremu, you don dey grow old ooo. I Still can't get over this Uncle.....It's just shocking.”

Interestingly, Obasanjo unlike most world leaders who would want to clear the air on any confusing allegation is neither confirming nor denying the allegations. Cornered at the Lagos Airport by reporters recently, he only said: “I bow, I tremble.”


Alex Onabanjo
However, following recent court deposition by Chief Onabanjo’s son-in-law, some family friends of the Onabanjo’s speaking under anonymity for fear of reprisals are making deductive conclusions that the Chief said to have had an incestuous relationship with Mojisola Obasanjo, one of his daughters, may be responsible for Dunni’s plight.

Chief Onabanjo who is said to be currently in the United States on an undisclosed mission had also being accused of impregnating the wife of a Staff of the Guardian Newspaper, Mr. Ganiyu Odusanya, who bore him his first male child sometimes between 1988 and 1989.

Chief Onabanjo and Mrs. Joke Odusanya were said to have met at Jubril Martins Kuye’s office on 29 Town Planning Way, Illupeju, Lagos in the early 1980’s and started having extra marital affairs. Their regular escapades at a rented property, maintained by Onabanjo for such illicit sexual relationships, at 16B Ologun Agbaje, Victoria Island, Lagos went on for a long time at a time Mr. Ganiyu Odusanya had no job or any means of survival. They never stopped seeing each other until Mrs. Odusanya became pregnant, then it became a big embarrassment.


Olusegun Obasanjo
Sources told pointblanknews.com that the Chief initially did something juvenile by denying responsibility for Joke’s condition. He was said to have attempted passing the blame to another friend. Nevertheless, his mother, popularly called “Mama Aladura” was said to have undertaken to take care of the expectant mother and her child. And Chief Onabanjo’s sister based in London regularly provided financial support for the welfare of Joke Odusanya.

Meanwhile, Chief Onabanjo’s wife, Chief Lanre Onabanjo, the Yeye Oge of Ago Iwoye, Ogun State was kept in the dark about the entire saga. The cat was let out of the bag when an angry friend of Chief Alex Onabanjo decided to produce the birth certificate of Joke’s baby which had Chief Onabanjo as the father to the Chief’s wife. The Yeye Oge was said to have been initially angry but later decided to be “stylish” about the whole event, because she too was caught in bed by the Chief when, after missing an air flight on his way to London came back home abruptly to the wife, comfortably in bed with another man.

Sources also told Pointblanknews.com that several Nigerian elected officials simply continue to take a cue from the bad example set during the military era and being perpetuated by ex-military officials now wearing the toga civilian democrats. Specifically, it is said that so called “personal assistants” to these elected public officials often got to the various campuses to recruit cash desperate young ladies for “brief sex parties.”

Ex Governor Lucky Igbinedion’s name featured prominently in the agonizing trend. Igbinedion allegedly was said to be in the habit of squandering Edo State tax payer’s resources on girls from University of Abuja, University of Benin, Edo State University, Ekpoma and Igbinedion University, Okada wonderland.

Sources said that he usually splashed about $5,000.00 on each of such “aristo.” He is said to have earned himself the nickname of “pay master” among ladies at the University of Abuja.

Sources close to Obasanjo's extended family said that an overture was recently made to involve the Olowu of Owu Oba Adegboyega Snaya Dosunmu to persuade Dr. Gbenga Obasanjo to deny knowledge of the widely reported court affidavit in which it was alleged that ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo and Chief Alex Onabanjo had filial relationship with Mojisola Obasanjo. In effect the media would be made to look stupid and irresponsible.

Ironically, former President Obasanjo’s first daughter, Senator Iyabo Obasanjo Bello recently teamed up with Senator Chris Anyanwu to sponsor a Bill that has now scaled second reading on criminalizing incest and other forms of sex crimes. If the Bill passes, very strict punishment may await Nigerian randy elected officials and other reckless private citizens.

http://www.pointblanknews.com/os772.html

gwobezentashi
Feb 16, 2008, 09:12 AM
Well well. Looks like Obj is not the only one in this incest business.

How about being the father of your brother? Wonders they say will never cease.....


How My Mother Lured Me Into Sex
By ANTHONY AWUNOR

To the family of Ernest Nwandi and members of the extended family in Ibo-speaking area of Delta State, the incident will remain in their memories generation unto generation.

The whole troubles started on a fateful eke day when all women in the village had come back from their market activities. That day, Mgbokwor Nwandi did not go to the eke market. Instead, she waited till all the families had taken their evening meals and retired to bed. When she found out that the atmosphere was quiet for her, she tied her 7-year old last child, Chinedu onto her back. After that, she walked straight to the main entrance to the village. Walking sluggishly and murmuring some strange songs, she tip-toed to the biggest pond around the area and jumped into it.

Unknown to the villagers, they continued to fetch water from the pond which at that time was the only source of water to them. It was however, a horror when a little girl who came to fetch water very early in the morning found a human-like structure floating at the top of the pond. She ran back and informed her mother who in turn went straight to the pond to confirm what her little child had seen.

At last, it was discovered that the deceased were Mgbokwor and her last son-Chinedu almost decomposed beyond recognition. The corpses were recognized only because they had been looking for them in the past four days. Again, the remains of the pieces of the wrapper she had worn before she died threw more light on her identity.

The story of the foregoing is that Mgbokwor had Chinedu from her first son, Iwedu. The child was a product of their incestuous affair which has been going on since Iwebu the first son grew up. It was because Mgbokwor could not bear the guilt or face the embarrassment it will cause her if exposed. Consequently, she decided to cut her life and that of her cursed son short.

This truth furthermore became clearer after the burial of Mgbokwor and Chinedu at the boundary of their village and a neighboring town. To the villagers, burying the deceased who committed suicide inside the village might cause calamities to them as such sin in unheard of in the past especially with an "innocent child. Therefore, the remains of Mgbokwor and her son were buried without coffin, no wailing and no ceremony.

It was indeed after all the burial rites that Iwebu opened up to his family and narrated how his mother lured him to have sex with her. He even went further to inform the family members that the incestuous affair has lasted over six years and that their sexual relationship actually produced Chinedu. According to Iwebu, it started like a child's play.
It was one orie morning when most of the villagers had all gone to the farm that Mgbokwor succeeded in cajoling his son, Iwebu to have sex with her.

On that day, there was a heavy downpour during the month of June. It was around 10am and Iwebu was busy filling all the containers with water in the house when the mother called him inside. When he entered the house, the mother asked him to change his clothes so that cold would not enter his body. It was in that process that the mother grabbed him and started caressing him. Before you know it, Iwebu was weak (blood going through his veins) and he surrendered to his mother's pressure. They had sex and few minutes later it ended with sadness wearing all over their faces.

As soon as they finished, Iwebu felt bad as he looked at her mother with hatred. From that moment, he realized he has eaten the forbidden fruit.

From that day too, he realised that what he did was totally wrong and began to see his mother in another perspective. He remembered how elders had warned him not to ever sleep with his relatives. Comparing the gravity of sleeping with a relative with that of a mother, Iwebu was even thrown into confusion more and more. With these many dirty thoughts on his mind, he also realized he was becoming more and more helpless in the whole thing and decided there and then never to dare touch the mother no matter how much the woman tried to force him. This eventually did not work as Iwebu continued to engage in several bouts of sex with his mother.

Recounting how the whole thing started, Iwebu bitterly narrated how his mother started making advances to him. As an innocent young boy, he had nothing at the back of his mind. More so, she was the woman who had breastfed him.

For Iwebu, he was always around the mother and was always ready to play the role of a good son. He was also determined to serve his mother despite the devil lurking in the corner and awaiting when the day would come for the mother to repent from bad thinking. One major mistake Iwebu later realized was that he did not try to reveal these advances by his mother to anybody. The father, brothers, sisters and even neighbors were all there but he kept all to himself. He later revealed to some close family members that he could not let the cat out of the bag at that time for fear of causing unnecessary embarrassment to his mother.

After the first affair with the mother, Iwebu was heart-broken beyond description and it pained him that a mother that gave birth to him could seduce him to have sex with her. A million questions ran through his mind and he asked himself why his mother preferred him so much even though his father was still alive: why should a mother ever think of sleeping with someone she had breastfed and why had he even succumbed to his mother's persuasion. This at that time affected his mood greatly and even his father, close friends and sisters noticed his attitude but nobody knew what exactly was wrong with him.

At times, Iwebu was in no mood to talk to anybody. Everything became a source of worry to him. While other boys were playing, Iwebu would not be there. It was either he would be alone or hidden somewhere inside the house. It came to a point, the mother and the father had to take Iwebu to a native doctor. The native doctor did not help matters. After collecting materials like fowl, coconut, kolanut and tubers of yam, the native doctor assured them that Iwebu was well and that nothing really was wrong with him.

Despite the travails Iwebu was going through, the love relationship between him and the mother did not stop. It blossomed and even the frequency at which they had sex heightened. At this point, neither Iwebu nor the woman could resist the sexual pressure.
According to Iwebu, the mother kept reassuring him and even threatened him not to tell anybody.

Not too long, the mother got pregnant and after nine months gave birth to a baby boy, Chinedu.

As at the moment, Iwebu is living in Lagos mainland. He is married to a lady from a distant tribe. They have three children and the wife is carrying the fourth baby. Interestingly, Iwebu had recounted the travails he passed through in the hands of his mother to his loving wife but family sources hinted this writer that Iwebu's wife never bothered. According to a family member, the wife who is a born again Christian in one of the Lagos Churches had said that she has forgiven her husband attributing whatever had happened to the handiwork of evil forces.
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