Toke Makinwa Reacts To Lawsuit Filed By Ex-Husband Maje Ayida

OAP and vlogger, Toke Makinwa has reacted to the lawsuit filed by her ex-husband, Maje Ayida over her book, “On Becoming’.


Recall that Toke Makinwa had released the book last year detailing her ordeal in the hands of the fitness expert, Maje Ayida who had gotten his mistress pregnant during his marriage with the OAP.


In reaction to the book which had recorded a huge success as it sold out following its release, Maje Ayida slamed the OAP with a lawsuit claiming she had fabricated lies in the book to smear his name and asking her to withdraw the lies.


In reaction, Toke Makinwa who is currently in Ghana promoting the book took to her Instagram page to write: “The Lord shall fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.”


PRESS RELEASE: I have not withdrawn my case against Dogara and others” – Jibrin

It has come to our attention the circulating misrepresentation of facts that our client, Hon. Abdulmumin Jibrin has withdrawn his suit filed vide FHC/ABJ/CS/595/16 against The Speaker, House of Representatives and 14 others wherein we sought for injunctive reliefs restraining the the Defendants from suspending the Plaintiff, Honourable Abdulmumin Jibrin.

This is not the true position of things and the said untrue information is calculated to misinform and in fact disappoint the teeming generality of Nigerians who seek for justice to be done in this matter.

As you all are aware, despite the pendency of the above suit and the Defendants representation in same, they went ahead and suspended Hon. Abdulmumin Jibrin with the aim of foisting a state of helplessness on the court. We shall resist this callous misbehaviour by men who are constitutionally  saddled with law making responsibilities..

For the avoidance of doubt, We have also filed a fresh suit by way of an Originating summons in Suit No. FHC/ABJ/CS/ 812/16 in Hon Abdulmumin Jibrin vs. The Speaker, House of Represebtatives & 2 ORS which is  currently pending before Justice John Tsoho of the Federal High Court 3 Abuja seeking for the following prayers to wit:

1.            A DECLARATION that the suspension of the Plaintiff from the floor of the House of Representatives for 180 legislative days commencing from the 28th day of September 2016 is a violation of the Plaintiff’s fundamental right to freedom of expression guaranteed by Section 39 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) and Article 9 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act (cap. A9) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004.

2.            A DECLARATION that the resolution passed by the Defendants on the floor of the 2nd Defendant on the 28th day of September 2016 suspending the Plaintiff from the floor of the 2nd Defendant for 180 legislative days is in breach of the provisions of Section 68 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic (as amended) and Section 21 and 24 of the Legislative Houses (Powers and Privileges) Act 2004 and Order 10 rule 6 of the Standing Orders of the House of Representatives.

3.            A DECLARATION that by virtue of the provisions of Chapter VII, paragraph 7.5 of the “Code of Conduct for Honourable Members”, the Plaintiff or any member of the 2nd Defendant has a duty to expose corrupt practices in the 2nd Defendant.

4.            AND ORDER of this Honourable Court setting aside the purported suspension of the Plaintiff from the House of Representatives for 180 legislative days forthwith.

5.            AN ORDER OF INJUNCTION restraining the Defendants from preventing the Plaintiff from participating in the Committees of the 2nd Defendant or accessing his legislative chambers or compelling the Plaintiff to tender an apology to the Defendants or any member of the 2nd Defendant before he is allowed into the Chambers of the 2nd Defendant to perform his legislative duties.

6.            AN ORDER directing the Defendants to pay the Plaintiff his outstanding salaries, accrued allowances and all other entitlements due to him from the date of his suspension from the floor of the House of Representatives until the judgment of this Honourable Court is executed.

7.            THE sum of N1, 000,000, 000.00 (One Billion Naira) being general damages for the suspension of the Plaintiff for 180 legislative days from the floor of the 2nd Defendant.

Be informed that the Honourable Court has slated the above suit for hearing on the 22nd day of November 2016.

Our client’s resolve in this matter cannot be broken.

Yours Faithfully,

Chukwuma Nwachukwu Esq.

Plaintiff’s Counsel.

Chukwuma Nwachukwu Esq.
Law Bond Solicitors
9 Vanern Crescent off  Euphrates Street off Aguiyi Ironsi Street

Melania Trump Threatens People Magazine With Lawsuit

Melania Trump threatened People Magazine and a former staff reporter with legal action late Thursday over “false and completely fictionalized” statements in the writer’s account of Donald Trump forcing himself on her during a 2005 interview.

The Republican presidential candidate’s wife denied that she encountered or conversed with writer Natasha Stoynoff in New York, tweeting a letter from her lawyer demanding a “prominent retraction and apology” of certain statements in the article, and threatening that Melania would otherwise “consider her legal options.”

“The true facts are these: Mrs. Trump did not encounter Ms. Stoynoff on the street, nor have any conversation with her,” lawyer Charles Harder wrote. “The two are not friends and were never friends or even friendly.”

His law firm requested that People and Stoynoff confirm within 24 hours that the demands were being met, saying “failure to do so will require Mrs. Trump to consider her legal options.”

The letter did not dispute Stoynoff’s allegations that Donald Trump forcibly kissed her during an interview for an article to mark his wedding anniversary with his then-pregnant third wife Melania in 2005.

“I turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat,” Stoynoff wrote, an account the Republican White House hopeful vehemently denied.

“These vicious claims about me of inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false,” he told a rally in West Palm Beach Thursday.

At least six women have accused the New York mogul of making unwanted physical advances in accounts reported by The New York Times, NBC, People Magazine and others, most of them after he asserted during Sunday’s presidential debate with his democratic rival Hillary Clinton that he had never sexually assaulted a woman.

He said his lawyers were preparing a lawsuit against The New York Times — which published the accounts of two women who accused him of groping and kissing them — unless the paper retracts its article.

In her People story, Stoynoff said she asked to be taken off the “Trump beat,” but later ran into the real estate magnate’s wife in New York.

“That winter, I actually bumped into Melania on Fifth Avenue, in front of Trump Tower as she walked into the building, carrying baby Barron,” Stoynoff said. “‘Natasha, why don’t we see you anymore?’ (Melania Trump) asked, giving me a hug. I was quiet and smiled, telling her I’d missed her, and I squeezed little Barron’s foot.”

The potential first lady’s lawyer Charles Harder also represented former wrestler Hulk Hogan in his successful lawsuit against Gawker Media, which resulted in a $140 million jury award against the entertainment website for releasing a sex tape featuring Hogan and a friend’s wife

Kendall & Kylie Jenner Face Lawsuit

 Kendall and Kylie Jenner have been slapped with a lawsuit alongside clothing brand PacSun.

The sisters are accused of stealing resort lifestyle retailer Island Company’s trademarked logo according to Page Six. The company, based in West Palm Beach, Florida, claim the siblings and PacSun stole its phrase: “Quit your job. Buy a ticket. Get a tan. Fall in love. Never return”

The accusation comes after PacSun designed a shirt for the girls’ clothing line with the similar mantra: “Run away. Fall in love. Never return.”

Island Company states in its legal documents that Kendall and Kylie’s version “is likely to cause confusion, mistake and deception among consumers, the public and the trade as to whether defendants’ products or services are affiliated with, sponsored by or endorsed by plaintiff,” the outlet reports.

The brand has used its trademark phrase since 2005 and its garments have been seen on celebrities including Johnny Depp, Cameron Diaz and Brad Pitt.

It demands that the words are removed from the teenagers’ clothing.

A rep for Kendall, 19, and Kylie, 18 has yet to respond to the lawsuit or Page Six.

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Woman Gets $18 Million From Boss After Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

After a bombshell sexual harassment lawsuit that rocked the tabloids, a former Wall Street worker has won a whopping $18 million from her former boss.

Hanna Bouveng, 25, from Sweden, sued Benjamin Wey, 43, owner of the New York Global Group, claiming he pressured her into a sexual relationship and retaliated by firing and harassing her after she broke it off.

According to Bouveng, Wey, who is married, began pursuing her after he hired her in 2013, but she rejected him. Eventually, after renting her an apartment, gifting her with the likes of Prada bags, and plying her with alcohol, he wore her down — and she was apparently traumatized. “She was debased. She was degraded. She was defiled. He was delighted … He thought he owned her,” attorney David Ratner reportedly told jurors.

Hanna ended the relationship, refusing to have sex with him again, but “he said if I didn’t show him tangible love, he was kicking me out by August 1,” Bouveng told the court of the events that led to her firing.

And this is where the retaliation comes in: Wey began publishing nasty stories about Bouveng on his blog, and, jealous of her new boyfriend, he emailed racist comments to her father. The harassment escalated to the point where Bouveng felt the need to leave the country and go back to Sweden — but Wey found her in the café where she was working, an allegedly threatening gesture that “felt like an intent to destroy whatever I would do,” Bouveng said.

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Lil’ Wayne’s $51 Million Lawsuit Exposes Cash Money’s Dirty Business

Lil Wayne’s $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money Records and its head Birdman was a shock to many. What we didn’t know is how far the label’s shady dealings with Weezy, his Young Money Entertainment and artist Drake ran.

According to 21-page suit, posted Mark H. Jaffe, the f***ery and betrayal goes deep, as seen in the following points via

1. Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment is technically not owned by Lil Wayne because his “Pa”, Birdman, owns 51% interest in the label while Weezy owns 49%.

2. Cash Money Records failed to provide Weezy and/or Young Money with accounting statements and payments of net profits for years.

3. Since early 2012, Cash Money has failed to provide monthly accounting statements and/or failed to pay Young Money its share of receipts with regard to Drake’s recordings, who is signed to Young Money.