Lami, the boyfriend of ex-Big Brother Naija housemate, Jackye has revealed how he personally spent 1.5million naira on votes for his girl but the 'votes didn't count'. Sharing vides and receipts of how the money was spent on voting, Lami said that he'll want the organisers to allow his tech firm carry out an audit of Delloite servers and questioned how much money other housemates spend on voting to get their numbers up. See his full post and videos below... Even State and National election votes don’t count in naija... I personally spent 1.5m in my humble capacity and still na voice mail the money enter but na esha bread for where God dey and besides my girl is worth way more than that. Makes me wonder how much is been sincerely spent in others camp weekly that shoots their % so high then they must have a chairman in their family and if not then how? Watched big brother so much I barely had time to cater to myself, my business distracted like say na National Assembly election Jackye dey contest for on top 30m wey my girl wanna win, chaii I don suffer. Anyway na wetin the organizers want and Deloitte like dem go show and it was more like they listen to the noise of Twitter now rather than allowing real votes count cos I got more verifiable receipts of votes and if they would allow my little David tech team to come audit their giant Goliath severs we may be able to pull a super story headline in another big brother social media handler sarcastic manner. Overall to God be the glory because 60m no fit buy the fame and opportunities she has now and that alone we are grateful for even though it comes along with a lot of hate amidst the great love.
A member of Ogun State House of Assembly, Representing Ijebu North East State Constituency, Hon. Fasuwa Johnson has commiserated with the family of Anthony Adejonpe who died yesterday night In his condolence message, the assembly man said that the death of the Ijebu born came as a shock to him. The assembly man described the deceased as a worthy and dependable son of Imomo, ilugun Alaro in his life time. He said, ''This is a great loss to us in Ijebu North East and Ijebu in general, A vibrant and a highly dependable youth is gone. We had our last meeting in September though very short was all about how we can move our area to the next level. ''I know you to be very objective analyst, The vacuum will be too enormous for us Good bye my sure Aburo Adejonpe Anthony, hmmmnn what else can I say. We can't blame the Almighty. Fasuwa prays God forgives all his sins.