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Lauritta Onye, Olympic gold medalist : I love sex

 
Says ‘my man must care, look cute, dress well and have swagger’

‘Nigeria yet to reward me for my records’

Her ambition dwarfs her stature. She is a little woman with big dreams. In fact, she has achieved so much in sports, breaking world records and setting new ones at international sports events, including the Rio Olympics 2016. And she celebrated her gold medal in Rio in a manner the world will remember for a long time.

In an exclusive interview in Owerri, the capital of Imo State, Miss Lauritta Onye opined that life is like sports – you don’t win all the time. For instance, while she was breaking world records, a lover broke her heart. However, she enjoyed the relationship while it lasted. Take this from the little woman: “I like tall men, men over five feet. My father was a tall man; I want a man like him.”

An indigene of Amaimo, Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo State, Onye added that the country has not treated her fairly despite her sacrifices and achievements.

How do you feel winning gold medal at Rio 2016?

I was happy and I am still happy to win gold for Nigeria at the Paralympics in Rio. I am very excited because I know where the feat is taking me to. I know that by winning the gold medal, it will take me higher.

Apart from the gold medal you won in Rio, which other competitions have you participated in and what did you achieve?

I have gone to All Africa Games in Maputo, Mozambique where I won silver medal in 2011. I was at African championship in Tunis, Tunisia in March 2015 and I won one gold medal and one silver medal. In October of the same year, I won gold at the World championship in Qatar. I got to the peak by winning a new gold at the Olympics and setting record.

I started setting world records in Tunisia. I broke the record at Qatar and set another one. In Rio, I broke the record again. I should be called a world record holder and world record breaker. I participate in shot put and discus. There are other events we do as well. I broke and set the record in shot put.

How did you enter into sports?

What brought me from my village to Lagos was that I wanted to act in films. That was in 2007. Fortunately, a man came to me and told me that people like us do compete internationally in sports. So, I started coming for training. I only trained for two weeks in Lagos before they called us for trial at Ibadan. I made the team. From there, I went for my first outing in Algiers in 2007 but we were not up to five countries that attended the completion. So, we didn’t compete.

What motivates you?

The Olympics was a great motivator. When you participate in the Olympics, you have reached the peak in sports. When you go to the Olympics, you become an Olympian. It was my ambition to be an Olympian and I have been able to actualize that. I’m motivated by challenges.

How much have you benefitted from sports?

Since I have been going to competitions, I have not being rewarded. I have been representing Nigeria everywhere and what they do pay are just allowances. In February 2016, President Buhari rewarded my colleagues that went for the World Championship in Qatar in 2015 but till now I have not received anything. People were rewarded according to the medal won and competition participated. I was at Qatar where champions rubbed shoulders; it is next to the Olympics. No member of the team from Nigeria won a medal except me. We are not in the same team with the power lifters; theirs is an indoor stuff. Mine is a field competition. I was invited to the presidential reception, my name, picture and achievement were in the brochure and I shook hands with President Buhari. Unfortunately, I was not rewarded like others. According to sports officials, they didn’t submit my name early. They said that by the time it got there, Buhari had already signed other people’s reward; that was why my own was not mentioned there. The power lifters were given N600,000 for gold, N400,000 for silver and N300, 000 for bronze. But nothing has been given to me. I am still hopeful though.

What did you get since you came back from Rio?

I have not seen anything except the allowance they paid me like other athletes. Some of the people that went to Rio have been rewarded by their state governors. For instance, Imo State indigenes that went to Rio and won medals were rewarded by Governor Rochas Okorocha. They got a car and N1 million each excluding me.

Why were you excluded from the largesse?

I had not concluded my event when they were leaving Rio. They left with the first batch while I came with the second batch. When they were going, I told the coach, to include my name among Imolites that won gold. The man agreed but he later changed. By the time I came back to Nigeria, somebody from Imo State called me and asked why I was not among the people that Okorocha rewarded. I told the person that I had just returned. So, my name was not on the list of people rewarded by Okorocha.

What effort have you made to bring the attention of the state government to the omission? 

I called the Imo commissioner for sports and he told me that I was not part of the people rewarded because I am based in Lagos. He really tried to discourage me from following up the matter. I started calling some people to help me out. At a point, I decided to come over to Imo State to try to see if I could see the governor and the people in the ministry. You know, according to a local parlance, seeing is believing. So, I came to Owerri and met the deputy governor, Prince Eze Madumere, who advised me to present my medal to the governor. And I did. The governor asked me what happened and I briefed him. The governor promised to look into it but till now, nothing has happened.

At what stage did you realize that you were different?   

It was when I was about eight years old that I realized that I was not growing and even my younger ones were taller than me. I took it that I was special; I was specially made. To be frank, I was not feeling bad. I was myself, feeling good all the time. If you ask my mother, she will tell that I was a happy child. I was playful and laughing all the time. I am jovial and sociable. I mingle with everybody. I can even be friends with a mad person. I am not angry because I am short; I didn’t cause it. In fact, I do not have any regret. I do give God the glory for creating me in a way that gives me advantage to be an achiever. I look around, I see people who think that they are beautiful or handsome, yet things are difficult for them. So, I don’t feel hurt.

Is there anybody like you in your family?

There is nobody like me in my family. They have traced my paternal and maternal family roots but none like me. It is a mystery to everybody. But my face looks like that of my father. My father has died but my mother is still alive. She is in the village.

How many are you in your family?

We are five children – two girls and three boys. I am the second daughter. My elder sister is married and blessed with three kids – two boys and a girl.

Which school did you attend and how were you relating with your fellow students?

I attended Amaimo Community Girls Secondary School, Ikeduru. While in school, I had a cordial relationship with my fellow students. We used to play and chat.

What is your next ambition? What do you want to do after sports?

I want to grow bigger than I am now, not in terms of size. I want to grow spiritually, mentally, academically and in every sphere of life.

Are you not thinking of getting married and settling down?

God’s time is the best. I know that God created me in his own glory and there is a reason He created me this way. I remember when I finished secondary school, men used to come around me and out of ignorance I told them I was not interested in marriage. I used to tell them that I wanted to be a reverend sister so they should leave me alone. My thought was to be rich and possess all the essential things of life, without boyfriend or husband. Fortunately, I do get revelation and when I have it, I will tell my brother’s wife about it. And she will begin to interpret it. God did not create me not to be fruitful; I’ll bear fruit. Men will be chasing me and disturbing me physically and spiritually and I will be running.

So, when I came to Lagos, I decided to have one boyfriend. Fortunately or unfortunately, he broke my heart. Maybe it was not the will of God. He broke my heart by looking for another girl. He did it twice. He did it the first time and I forgave him. When he did it the second time, I started praying and asking God if he was the one because before I started with him I didn’t pray. I didn’t want a situation whereby I will get married and start talking or thinking about divorce in the future because the Bible frowns at divorce. So, I started praying and getting revelation. Instead of seeing him, I was seeing other people. I said, no wonder the guy was hurting me. It was an opportunity for me to leave him. No need forcing myself, that was why I gave up.

Is he also a special person like you?        

No. He is a normal person. He should be over five feet.

Were you sleeping with him? Was he the person who deflowered you?

Yes, I was sleeping with him. He was the person who deflowered me.

Do you enjoy making love?

Yeah

Do you have a boyfriend now?

I will be lying if I tell you that I don’t have a boyfriend now. But since I have known him he has never slept with me. He is far from me. We only talk on phone. He is busy where he is and I’m busy too. He is still schooling, though he has something doing to assist himself. He is in Uyo, Akwa Ibom but he hails from Imo. The guy who broke my heart is also from Imo.

As a human being, do you sometimes feel like being with a man?

It is when your mind is there that you will feel like being with a man. But if your mind is not there and you are feeding yourself with spiritual words and chatting with friends, I don’t think you will feel much about it. If you watch blue films (porno) for instance, you get aroused. I don’t like watching blue films. I am not a stone or tree; it’s just the grace of God. When I feel it, I hold myself tight.

Did the guy who broke your heart make you pregnant?

No.

What kind of man would you like to marry?

I want a God-fearing man, a man that cares, a man that looks cute, a man that dresses well and has swagger. I don’t like men that wear earrings or funny hairstyles. I need a man that is dark in complexion; I don’t need oyibo. I like tall men, men over five feet. My father was a tall man; I want a man like him. I want a real man, not somebody who will be controlled by his mother or friends. The man should be faithful. My kind of man should be romantic.

What are your hobbies?

I like everything about entertainment. I like acting and dancing, among others. After sports, I’ll go into acting as a career. I’ve acted before.

Is there anything you cannot do on your own?

There is nothing I cannot do. I can wash my clothes and I can cook. I dazzle people with my cooking skills. My mother trained me in such a manner that I must know everything that a woman is supposed to know. I used to go to the bush to fetch firewood but my parents don’t like that. I do carry 50 litres of water on wheelbarrow but my mother will shout at me not to do that kind of work.

What would be your advice to special people like you?

My advice is that they have to aim high because the Bible says declare and it shall come to pass. I have decreed that I will be a great person in society, so shall it be. Whatever God has destined for you must surely come to pass. So, I want to advice them to dream big; let them aim higher and work towards achieving it. I always go for the best. So, my little people should know what they want; they should not give up. God has a purpose for creating them the way they are. The Bible says God’s thought for us is for good. I thank God everyday for the way He created me. They should not feel inferior.  I don’t take trash; if you feel that you are beautiful, I’ll tell you that I am more beautiful than you

I’m waiting for ‘Mr Right’ –Mercy Aminu, actress

 
Delectable actress, Mercy Aminu is one of the artistes defining the movie landscape in the nation’s capital, Abuja. The model-turned actress has starred in the in movies Drift Beyond Conscience, Open Field and featured in some drama series on MNET among others. Aminu is also the producer of the Hausa Language programme, Terengiwa. In this chat with Entertainer, Mercy opens up on the tragic loss of her mentor and actor, Adeyemi Collins, her love life  and career.

You look beautiful, what is the secret?

[Laughter] Beauty comes from the inner part of you; it comes from within especially when your plans fall into place. When that happens, it reflects on your physical outlook and you radiate beauty. It’s not as if I changed my cream, I have been using the same soap and cream ever since.

 Who is the guy in your life right now?

No guy; there is no guy in my life right now.

 Is it that you are being selective or you don’t have time for romance?

I’m not being selective, I’m taking my time. I have had some relationships that didn’t work out. I once told you about my ex. Since we broke up, it has been difficult letting another guy into my life. I tried but it just didn’t work so I said to myself, ‘since relationship isn’t working right now, let me just focus on my career but along the line, if the right guy comes along, fine.’ I know he will come. It doesn’t matter how long it will take but I need to build my career; no man wants a liability for a wife. I don’t depend on guys.

 What are the qualities you are looking out for in a man?

Physical qualities are not what I am after and I’m not going to repeat the ‘every lady cliché that ‘I need a God-fearing man.’ Reason? Personally, I’m  God-fearing and if any guy comes into my life today, we’ll first be friends before I think of dating him.

 Are you saying you can marry an ugly man?

Yes, if he has a good heart but he must have prospects. That is what I look out for in a guy, prospects.

 So, what is new?

Mercy Tawa Aminu is still pushing hard, doing normal everyday jobs. I had done a couple of jobs recently. Talking about the last job I did, my character was quite challenging. I played the role of a strict mother of a 17-year-old girl. Talk about Sigmund Freud’s Electra complex and you talk about my daughter. The girl actually fell in love with her dad. The story is a beautiful one and the character I played was quite challenging. The very first time I saw the script, I never thought I could play the role, but after reading through, I said to myself ‘Mercy, you are an actor, you should be versatile.’

 So, what were your challenges?

The fact that I had to be very strict was challenging. Naturally, I am not that strict but I was extremely harsh on her. I think if I have a daughter, I would be her friend. You need to watch the movie to know what I mean. I was really hard on the girl and Browny Ibuego, my co-actor was really helpful flowing along. He carried his character maturedly. After the first day I started seeing myself as a wife and mother of an adult. However, it was not the marriage thing that was my problem but the fact that I was the mother of a teenager.

How do you interprete your script?

I immerse myself in the character and cease being Mercy Aminu. There was a part I was meant to cry and it happened that I just had a mood swing after I remembered my late mentor, Collins Adeyemi and tears rolled down my cheeks.

What would you remember him for?

He was my mentor, the one who pushed me to the point I’m today. He met me when I was much younger, working as a model. We got talking and he saw one or two things in me and told me I would be a great actress. So, when I started, he was so happy.

How did you take the news of his death?

It broke me; I couldn’t believe it (crying)!  Three days before he died I was supposed to see him but we couldn’t hook up. In fact, the last time we spoke, he said he was busy that he would call back. He told me his blood pressure was very high and he was going to the hospital. I called later and he said ‘Princess, let me call back’ but he never did. Little did I know it would be the last time. I would speak to him. I waited at the garden where we normally have our AGN meetings but he never turned up so I went home. It was when I got home that I saw on the AGN whatsApp group chat that his picture had been posted  with a message that he had just died in his house.

What was he to you?

He was my mentor. He was someone I could boldly tell everything without holding back. The funniest thing was that I never told him about my ex after we broke up because he would be angry and would have asked me to go back to him. He loved the guy because he thought the guy was pushing me to succeed.

What did you learn from his death?

Not to procrastinate is one big lesson I learnt. I could have seen him on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday but because I procrastinated, I never did. I am happy I met him. Though he lived a short life, he impacted a lot of lives.

What project are you working on?

I’ m working on a talk show, Conquer with Tawa Aminu . Aside that I’m doing something for my state but I am not going to let the cat out of the bag  yet.

It is starting very soon.

Mega Party formation: Buhari’s ministers, govs named as sponsors

 
The intrigues and political manoeuvring that will shape the 2019 general elections have begun to unfold with revelations that some serving ministers and governors on the platform of the two major political parties are deeply involved in the formation and funding of the much touted mega party; Action Democratic Party, ADP, which this week began its registration process.

Saturday Sun gathered that beside the serving ministers and governors, a former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dimeji Bankole, his father, Chief Alani Bankole and a minister of state for Agriculture under President Goodluck Jonathan, Alhaji Awodele Najeem Adewale have been named among notable promoters of the emerging party from the Southwest zone.

One of the top leaders of the yet to be registered party from the North who pleaded anonymity, told Saturday Sun on Thursday that “our support base cuts across party lines and cadres” when prodded to name some of the ministers involved in the party, said “it would be suicidal to mention their names now. But they are people not happy within the system but should they be dropped in the imminent cabinet shake-up, Nigerians will surely know them.”

On the governors in secret romance with the party, the source gave the same excuse “for fear of persecution.”

Further investigations by Saturday Sun however, revealed that a prominent All Progressives Congress, APC governor in the Northwest and another Peoples Democratic Party, PDP governor from the South-South are among the chief promoters of the party , aside their colleagues in the two major political parties.

Most of the big personalities involved in the new party, who are chieftains of the ruling APC, it was learnt are still playing hide-and-seek with the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, in order to avoid any backlash.

However, operatives of some security agencies who are fully aware of the clandestine moves, have continued to trail the “big actors involved, especially the movement of money to fund the new party and may move against them anytime soon.” According to a security source, “ we are on the trail of the party’s sponsors still hibernating in APC and others. When we start asking for the source of the funds they are moving around, we hope they won’t start shouting political persecution, that is if the party’s registration even scales through.”

Nonetheless, those saddled with the responsibility of organizing the party are pushing fast by setting up physical and administrative structures for the party across the country. On Tuesday this week, it was gathered that its protem national officers had relocated to Abuja to prepare for the party’s registration and national convention. This followed the zoning of positions in its National Working Committee, NWC and that of the National Executive Committee to the various geo-political zones of the country. According to the new party, the National Chairmanship position has been zoned to the North Central; South west gets Deputy National Chairman; South East, National Secretary; National Organising Secretary goes to the North West, South East gets National Legal Adviser, while the South South gets National Treasurer. The new party also made provision for two zones to produce the position of Deputy National Chairmen as it was during the early days of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, just as it created a novel office, National Diaspora Adviser. According to the breakdown, North Central has the National Welfare Secretary; National Vice Chairman; Vice National Organising Secretary; Deputy National Woman Leader; Assistant National Secretary; Deputy National Treasurer; National Vice woman leader; National Vice Youth Leader and ex-official. The North West aside the position of National Organising Secretary, has the positions of National Woman leader; National Vice Chairman; Vice Publicity Secretary; Deputy National Secretary; Deputy National Youth Leader; Deputy National Welfare Secretary; National Vice Woman Leader and Ex-Officio. The allocation also shows that the North East has the positions of Deputy National Chairman; National Vice Chairman; National Auditor; Deputy National Financial Secretary; National Vice Woman Leader; National Vice Youth leader and Ex- Officio.

Obasanjo begs Awujale, blames media for rift

 
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has called the paramount ruler of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona to say ‘I’m sorry’ over his choice of words in his letter to the Awujale to debunk allegations levelled against him in the monarch’s autobiography.

Without mincing words, Obasanjo had described the respected traditional ruler of being a peddler of falsehood and a rumourmonger in his letter dated December 30, 2016 and addressed to the monarch. This was in response to the unpleasant remarks about Obasanjo and his alleged use of Nuhu Ribadu’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC to witch-hunt and extort Globacom Chairman, Dr Mike Adenuga during his tenure as President.

Saturday Sun however gathered that to douse the tension being generated by the negative publicity their face-off was getting, Obasanjo picked his phone to call the Awujale on Thursday January 5 to make peace with the Ijebu monarch.

A reliable source very close to Obasanjo who confirmed the telephone conversation between the two friends said “Baba Obasanjo pleaded with the Awujale not to allow the media come in between them.”
 
Ironically, Obasanjo made the call on the same day his letter to the monarch was published widely by some national newspapers. After pleading with the monarch to sheathe his sword, the former President then invited the monarch to honour him with his presence at the commissioning of a new mosque built within the premises of his Presidential Library in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital on February 11.

“I overheard the Awujale expressing concern over what he would tell the media if they ambush him to answer some questions on their relationship at the event, but Baba Obasanjo assured him that he would handle the media well that day”, the source added.

As part of efforts to confirm the development, Saturday Sun’s correspondent visited the Presidential Library and indeed established that the mosque which may bring Obasanjo and Awujale together in the public for the first time after their controversy was actually ready for commissioning as artisans were busy putting finishing touches to the building.

All efforts to speak with the two leaders on the matter failed while their aides were not forthcoming on enquiries.

Investigations by Saturday Sun revealed that the allegations that generated hot exchange between the two friends were not new or strange to Obasanjo as he attended the launch of the book titled, ‘Awujale: The Autobiography of Alaiyeluwa Oba S. K. Adetona, Ogbagba II’ in June 2010 to mark the monarch’s 50th coronation anniversary at Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.


NAFDAC raids Onitsha market, arrests 7 over fake products

 
The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), yesterday raided Ontisha market and arrested seven persons who specialised in production of fake wines and drugs.

The agency also sealed two wine factories and two patent drug shops over alleged production of suspected fake products and fake drugs in the area.

The Director for Investigation and Enforcement Mr. Kingsley Ejiofor who led the operation yesterday said the raid was based on intelligence report that led to the discovery of some of the factories that specialised in production of fake wine of different types.

Ejiofor, explained that the exercise was part of their routine jobs to checkmate all counterfeit and prohibited products, especially drugs, but noted that in the process of their raid, they uncovered unhygienic factories with cockroaches.

He maintained that those arrested were specifically involved in the bottling of unwholesome, counterfeit and dangerous drinks, as well as, those that deals with fake and unregistered drugs.

Ejiofor said that fake products confiscated includes brands of beverages like, Hennessey, 501, Johnny Walker, Red Label whisky, Best Marula fruit cream, Pure heaven, Amarula, Baron De Vals, Eva and J&W

Others include fake tramadol of 200mg, 225mg strength, which is not meant to be sold at the market, UNFPA condom from UN meant to distribute at the hospital, some expired and unregistered drugs and injection of different types, some of the Aphrodisiac manpower drugs with high strength of 3000 and unregistered and registered Alcoholic bitter drink.

He however listed items found in the factories sealed to include stoves, colourants, plastic containers, cups, labels, corks, unidentified chemicals and recycled bottles.

“In one of the shops, the smell was so pungent that we could not even recover the materials and had to destroy them right there. It was heartbreaking to discover that the factories were meant for illegal manufacturers of bottle and dangerous chemicals known as fake wine and spirits”. Ejiofor stated.

He further advised retailers and consumers to issue and collect receipts for every product purchased to enable them to track the fakers in the markets.

Nine dead, 14 injured in Adamawa bomb blasts

 
No fewer than nine persons were confirmed dead and 14 others hospitalised in an early morning bomb blast in Madagali town in Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa State. An eye witness who simply identified himself as Baba, said the blast occurred at a temporary motor garage at the entrance of the town.

“We heard three blasts near the checkpoint where people gathered to be screened before entering the town as you know today is market day.

The suicide bombers blew themselves up alongside the two vigilante members that approached them,” Baba said.

Speaking on the development, the member representing Madagali/Michika Federal Constituency, Mr Adamu Kamale, said he got the report but that the information showed that there was no death. “Information available to me showed that there was no death in the blast, except that some people sustained injuries,” Kamale said.

He called for more deployment of troops to comb the Madagali axis of Sambisa, which he said was still habouring insurgents.

When contacted, the Chairman of Madagali Local Government, Alhaji Yusuf Mohammed, also confirmed the incident but said he could not give details because he was not in town.

“I was outside the town for an official engagement but I was called and informed about the incident. That is all I can tell you for now”, Mohammed said.

Recall that on January 4, three female suicide bombers who were on their way to Gulak market in Madagali LGA were intercepted by the vigilante.

The Adamawa State Police Public Relations Officer, Othman Abubakar said “the bombs were detonated by three suicide bombers who killed themselves in the process.” On the number of casualties, the PPRO said, “we cannot at this time confirm the number of casualties.”

Also confirming the incident, the state Coordinator of NEMA, Sa’ad Abubakar Bello, said nine persons died in the incident, while 14 others were receiving medical treatment.

The suicide bomb attack was obviously designed to record maximum casualty like that of 9th December, 2016, which happened on a Friday, Madagali main market day.


Obama's Photographer Took 2 Million Photos of Him, But These Ones Will Last a Lifetime

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