Saturday, October 30, 2010


Chichi Alamu for the thirteenth time won the ladies open championship organised by Ikeja Golf Club Lagos Nigeria and sponsored by Total Health Trust Limited. The three day tournament which started on the 28th of October 2010 and ended Today the 30th of October 2010 according to Chichi, was not challenging. With well over sixty female Golfers from all parts of the nation participating, none could actually give her a challenge. Here is the photo story of the event that Chichi believes has actually shown that when she retires from  active Golf no one can take her place. I was not at my best in this tournament yet I won. The female Golfers in Nigeria have serious work to do she said.Picture above shows Chichi Alamu on the first day she played.29th October 2010.
 Photo shows Chichi Alamu,H.Jung and Bunmi Atekoja before their match yesterday 29th October 2010.
 Chichi Alamu at the Tee Off time yesterday October 29th 2010
                                    Chichi dressing up for Today`s game.
                                                    Chichi refreshing herself.
                                                     Chichi taking a swing;
                                                  Chichi putting on the green.
    Chichi waving to her array of supporters after winning the tournament for the thirteenth time.
            Chichi been congratulated by Caroline Majoroh who came second with 186 gross.
Chichi Alamu receiving her trophy from the wife of Lagos state governor Abimbola Fashola.Chichi came first with 179 gross.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010


 Oluwakemi situated at Ifo local government area of Ogun-State Nigeria was flooded by water on the 4th of October 2010.Residents blamed it on lack of good drainage system and a good dump site  which should have been provided by the State governor Otunba Gbenga Daniel.The indiscriminate way at which people dispose their refuse and bad drainage system is believed by the residents of Oluwakemi to have caused the flood which caused traffic for motorists,motorcyclists and even passersby.Photo above shows the photograph of the dumpsite that is believed is one of the reasons of the flood because it is preventing the flow of water.
                      Stranded people thinking of how to get to the other side of the road.
    People been carried for fifty Naira about (thirty five U.S.cents )to the other side of the road.
                                 A motor bike rider taking the risk of riding in the flood.
 A motor bike rider been helped by one of the area boys after taking the risk of riding in the flood but the engine switched off.
                                            Another motor bike rider riding in the flood.
 A bus commuter took the risk of driving in the flood but the engine switched off and refused to start.These area boys helped him push the vehicle to the other side of the road and collected some money.
 Bike rider,human carrier who collects fifty Naira as his fee and a man who too the risk of entering the flood without the human carriers.
                          People who could not afford the fifty naira fee walking in the flood.
                                                   People walking in the flood.
 Human carriers who used the flood opportunity to make some money for themselves by collecting a sum of fifty Naira for any person they carry and people who are walking in the flood without any assistance.
                                                              A vehicle in the flood
 People loaded themselves in a pick-up van so as to be able to cross to the other side of the road,while others walked in the flood.
An area view of the scene of the flood at Oluwakemi situated in Ifo Local government area of Ogun-State, South West of Nigeria, governed by Otunba Gbenga Daniel who residents and passersby blamed flood on for not providing a good drainage system and refuse dumpsite.