Justin Bieber & Kendall Jenner Strip For Calvin Klein Campaign

Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner, Calvin Klein faces and models of the undies on their personal Instagrams, are officially fronting the brand’s spring campaign, with a host of other A-list models, musicians, and artists. The Biebs broke the news tonight with a look at his ad. :

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Buhari Will Strip President Powers To Allocate Oil Blocks- Report

If the new draft of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) is passed by the National Assembly, the President will not have discretional powers to allocate oil blocks. When it comes into effect, the Nigeria Petroleum Regulation Commission (NPRC) would solely enjoy such powers. The agency would emerge with the PIB.

The final draft of the new bill, “Petroleum Industry Governance and Institutional Framework Bill 2015”, which was concluded on December 2, 2015, limits the power of the President to appoint members of the NPRC board. The bill aims to promote transparency and accountability in the administration of the petroleum resources, while creating a conducive business environment for the industry operations. The new draft, which mentions the Senate twice, says the Upper Chamber would be responsible for the ratification of the governing board members appointed by the president. “The appointment to the board in respect of persons appointed pursuant to paragraphs (a) to (d) of this section shall be made by the President subject to confirmation of the senate,” the bill reads.

“The chairman and non-executive commissioners shall be persons of high integrity and substantial professional experience; in appointing the chairman and the non-executive commissioners, the President shall have due regard to a fair representation of the technical, legal and commercial interests.”

The initial PIB, which had been stuck in the National Assembly for nearly a decade, conferred discretionary powers on the President to allocate oil blocks besides the competitive open bidding. As recently as 2012, the PIB presented before the National Assembly said, “notwithstanding the provisions of the subsection (3) of Section 190 or any other provision of this Act, the President shall have the power to grant a licence or lease under the Act”.

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Hoodlums Strip Lawmaker Elect In Osun

The issuance of Certificate of Return to lawmakers-elect in Osun State was almost marred by violence on Monday, as some hoodlums attacked a lawmaker-elect from Ife East Constituency, Mr. Akinwole Akinwale.

The lawmaker-elect was about leaving the state office of the Independent National Electoral Commission when some miscreants waylaid him and prevented him from leaving the venue. Reporters observed that there was a brief fight at the gate of the INEC, but the crisis was quickly resolved.

Akinwole later told our correspondent on the telephone that those who attacked him were sent by a former commissioner from Ife.

He said that he had been told that he would not be allowed to collect the Certificate of Return but he did not take the warning seriously.

He said, “I was attacked by some boys who said that the former commissioner had said I should not be allowed to take the certificate. I was told he asked them to shoot me if I insisted on collecting it.

“I was attacked while coming out of the INEC office and they tore my clothes. The policemen who were there tried to rescue me and I was ferried out of the place in the Speaker’s car.”

Earlier, the Resident Electoral Commissioner, Dr. Adekunle Ogunmola, advised the lawmakers-elect to set aside their political differences and work together to move the state forward.

The REC urged the legislators-elect not to betray the trust reposed in them by the electorate who voted for them.

Responding, lawmakers-elect said they were ready to work for the development of the state, irrespective of their party affiliation.

The Deputy Speaker of Osun State House of Assembly, Mr. Akintunde Adegboye, who spoke on behalf of the 24 lawmakers elected on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, lauded the Speaker, Mr. Najem Salam, for the way he had led the assembly for the past four years.

The PDP lawmaker-elect from Ife Central, Mr. Oladejo Makinde, lauded the INEC for being fair in the conduct of the election. He said that the lawmakers-elect were friends and would unite to move the state forward.


Miley Strips for V Magazine

Making headlines again, controversial Miley strips naked for V Magazine.

Preparing to launch their fall edition “Rebel”, made to be ready September 10th, V Magazine approached the “rebel” herself, Miley Cyrus, for an unclad appearance on their cover. This cap really fits the wearer.

Miley also shared the photo on her Instagram, showing the word “subscribe” and two smileys over her chest area, sitting on a pile of fluffy toys. She also captioned, “Shot by Karl Lagerfeld for @vmagazine #rebelissue.”

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