Marilyn Ogar voted scariest woman in Nigeria

28 Oct 2011

Marilyn Ogar voted scariest woman in Nigeria

She'll have you for breakfast


Lagos – A new-age media company that specializes in gathering and analysing data has recently published a list of the scariest women in Nigeria and the SSS Assistant Director, Public Relations, Marilyn Ogar, came first.

According to the company, many names were put forward but in the end it was a tight race between pretty Nollywood actress, Tonto Dike, Petroleum Resources Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, and SSS strong lady, Marilyn.

The honourable minister for petroleum lost out due to the fact that after all the noise over subsidy removal, she still bowed to public pressure and announced that subsidy on kerosene would stay. A real bass-ass would have insisted on removing the subsidy and even added tax on top, said the company.

For not inspiring enough fear in the people to stop them from complaining about the oil subsidy removal the minister was dropped from the list; leaving two.

Miss Tonto Dike was on the list because many actors and even directors are said to be very careful around her. She also famously once had a go at somewhat scary Linda Ikeji the Model / Blogger on twitter.

But ultimately she lost the top spot when it came to light that Ghanaians had been bold enough to ban her from coming to Ghana because she insulted a Ghanaian star.

To qualify as truly awesomely scary, the Ghanaians should have begged her to forgive the actor for his insolence.

Madam Ogar came out tops for many reasons that cannot be published as they are all classified information and anyone who learns them must be killed, but one other thing that tipped the scale her way, according to the collators of the list, is the fact that even has so far not dared to do a story on her.

Notably absent from the list of scary Nigerian women was the Executive Chairperson of the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Chief (Mrs.) Farida Mzamber Waziri.

- Jowo Mabinu

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Ejembi Friday On 14/06/2014 15:19:07
I just like her for her braveness.
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