There was probably a time in Eno Olafisoye’s youth when she blossomed as a tulip in full bloom. She probably excited many a poor lad’s passion with her dazzling smile and she may have also broken many an admirer’s heart. But that is expected of any maiden in the throes of adolescence and at the threshold of womanhood. However, it would have taken more than the sheer optimism of zero coming up on a roulette wheel for anyone to believe that Eno Olafisoye would ever go back to her ladies’ man baby daddy, the diminutive businessman Terry Waya.
We recall, with vivid accuracy, how Eno swore on her life to friends and family members that Terry was history after discovering that like a leopard that can hardly change its spots, Terry can hardly change his fast-paced lifestyle. The quick-witted dude must have perfected the art of stunning his conquests, leaving them clamouring for an encore.
Interestingly, however, after the initial lull and subsequent severance of ties, the lovers are locking lips again and knocking and entwining knees again, even as you read. While the going was good with them, their steamy relationship had engendered speculations of possible marriage. But alas! Terry Wayas had a terrible joker up his sleeve; he chose to ditch Eno for younger girls, maidens, to be precise, whose promises of bliss are no doubt more endearing than anything she had ever offered him. Today, they are back together for the sake of their son perhaps.
IF THE DEAD COULD TALK! HARD TIMES FOR ALAMIEYESEIGHA’S WIFE
•AS COURT OF APPEAL GIVES EX-GOVERNOR’S WIDOW THE BOOT FROM DISPUTED LAND
Real tragedy never abates. It goes on hopelessly forever, multiplying like a brood of sorrow and dark shadows. In the household of Diepreye Alamieyeseigha, an ominous calm persists. As the family of the former governor of Bayelsa State struggle through the pangs of his sudden death, a portentous incident manifests with intolerable ugliness; Margaret, the widow of Alamieyeseigha, is not in a good mood right now. Margaret, widow of former Bayelsa governor, Diepreye Alamieyeseigha, has suffered yet another heartbreak.
The former first lady of Bayelsa fights back the tears like a warrior queen of a clan under siege. Few months after her husband’s death, the Court of Appeal sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has ordered the widow and her family to vacate a piece of land in the Ovom area of the State.
The judgment was delivered by Justice Theresa Ngolika Orji-Abadua in an appeal instituted by Stodie Ventures Limited against Mr. Alamieyeseigha and Margaret. The company first sued Mr. Alamieyeseigha and his wife at the State High Court in 2011, challenging their occupation of the said land and seeking to return it to its rightful owner. It also asked the court to restrain the former governor and his wife, their servants, and agents from committing further acts of trespass on the parcel of land and demanded N100 million damages for trespass.
LOVE FINALLY! VIVIAN CHILOGHI MARRIES JOHN SHITTU IN GRAND STYLE
If like Jenni Murray, ace British broadcaster, Vivian Chiloghi considers marriage “an insult,” she would follow the advice of the Briton that women “shouldn’t touch it.” But Vivian is no such idealist; she is a realist, she is a practical person – thus her unending quest for true love and a dependable man to call her own.
Finally, Vivian Chiloghi has quit the mean, fast streets of romance to bask in the sweet essence of love. Like a practiced maiden eventually coming to bloom just before her rosebuds wilt from full exploits, the Lagos socialite has quit the dating circuit to the advantage of Lagos city’s young, desperate spinsters. Before she quit the game to marry the love of her life, John Shittu, Vivian had a notable presence in the coastal city’s high society. But as she inched a little bit over 50, Vivian began to feel the pressure, loneliness and cold comfort of staying single hence she earnestly sought the man of her dreams. Luckily, she met John Shittu and married him. John Shittu is a great guy. Ladies love him, guys adore him, and wherever he goes the ground literally trembles. Vivian’s bosom friends were at the wedding ceremony and for the first time in their lives, the rich, single ones among them began to yearn for marriage.