TEETH 4 TEETH … With Justin Akpovi-Esade
And Zazzu Vs Police Again!
AFRO pop singer, Hammeed Okikiola aka Portable or Zazzu is in the news again. He is always in the news for very wrong reasons; if he is not fighting a concert promoter over money, he is leading his band of goons to go allegedly beat up some former friends… the list is endless!
On Wednesday, a video surfaced online showing Zazzu, all fired up and giving some policemen a very hard time. The police were reportedly called in to arrest him for an alleged offence but the artiste who accidentally made it into national limelight about two years ago, was not having any of it. He was seen unleashing the kind of verbal assault on the policemen T4T had not witnessed in a very long while.
Long story short, the Police could not take him to the station for questioning and in another video, Zazzu was seen boasting that nobody could arrest him as he is a ‘Baboon’ and Baboons don’t go to police cells. This is the second time the artiste is having a faceoff with law enforcement. The first time, he refused arrest and the matter fizzled out. T4T read in the news late Wednesday that the police had given him an ultimatum to show up at the station. Anybody will know that nothing will happen about the case anymore.
Nor be Nigerian police?
When Kayode Peters Can’t Do Without ‘Koko’
CAN someone please tell TV drama producer and actor, Kayode Peters, to get more creative and begin to use other names for characters on his TV shows?
Peters is co producer of My Flatmates, he stars as ‘Koko’ in the sitcom. He is the producer of Oga Landlord, a Yoruba TV drama series, Peters stars as ‘KK’ on it. He really must have this sentimental attachment to the ‘K’ in his name and he carries this over into his drama world.
Oga, find other names for your characters, abeg!
Don’t Have Any Reason To Visit Or Try To Reach This Nigerian Bank Now (2)
LAST week, T4T prayed for anybody reading this piece NEVER to have any reason to have an issue that will require the person to seek First Bank Nigeria’s help. Just forget it!
Since February 22, T4T has been trying to reach First Bank to resolve an issue of a POS debiting him while the transaction showed ‘declined’. That money has been with either First Bank or the Petrol station where T4T used his card to attempt to buy petrol that unfaithful day.
After trying to reach First Bank that will surely win an award of the Most Customer Insensitive Bank of the Year, through their customer care lines, Twitter (where you will be told to “DM your complaints and we will get back to you”), whoosai! Nothing will happen, three weeks after.
A young friend then volunteered to go and stand in line for T4T early in the week. He got to the bank’s branch on Enitan Street, Aguda, Surulere, at about 6am, and he was given number 77. When he called to give an update, he said he could only count about 12 of them physically present. One thing was clear; the bank’s security officials were making brisk business by selling the top spots to people even a day before. Nigeria!
So, all those with number one to 60 something would just stroll in some minutes to 8am when the bank is about resuming operations. T4T told him to go back home.
How many people the bank go fit attend to before closing time?
T4T would like to go biblical here: it is easier for the head of the camel to pass through the eyes of the needle than for a First Bank customer to reach the bank for any reason this period.
T4T has given up!