Friday, 22 September 2017

Shoot Any Cultists Found With Firearm, Lagos Police Commissioner Orders Officers

The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, has said cultists will now be treated as robbers whenever they are arrested by the Police, stating that he has ordered policemen in the state to shoot any cultist found with a firearm.
The Police boss identified cultism as one of the major security challenges bedevilling the state, stating that he is determined to put an end to cult-related clashes in the state.

Mechanic sent to prison for abducting, murdering 24-yr-old Man in Kogi


A mechanic, Abuh Yakubu on Thursday was remanded in prison by a Lokoja Chief Magistrate’s Court for allegedly abducting and killing 24-year-old Yakubu, son of a retired army colonel, Suleiman Babanawa.
The Chief Magistrate, Levi Animoku, who issued the remand order during the arraignment of the accused in Lokoja, said he refused the bail application of the defence counsel because the alleged crime was capital in nature.

Kim, Khloe, Kourtney Kardashian & Kris Jenner sued by Beauty Company for $32m


John LaBonty was CEO and President of Boldface, who ran a beauty company is suing Kim, Khloe, Kourtney Kardashian and Kris Jenner, claiming they screwed him out of a cut of the profits and he wants as much as $32 million.
According to the lawsuit, the Kardashians gave Boldface an exclusive deal to market all its beauty stuff. Boldface morphed into a different company, but LaBonty says it didn't affect his interest.

Sierra Leone Football Association places life ban on 19 officials


The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) has issued immediate life-time bans for 19 officials.The sanctions are for violating SLFA and Fifa statutes concerning taking football related cases to civil courts.
The group went to court last month to seek an injunction to stop the current executive running the SLFA.

I have given up on Real Madrid move – Aubameyang

Borussia Dortmund forward, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has expressed his frustration that a move to Real Madrid failed to materialise.
Last season’s Bundesliga top scorer was expected to leave Germany after last season, but ended up staying at the Signal Iduna Park.

Ghana will turn table against Nigeria in WAFU Cup final – coach

Hosts and defending champions Ghana will fight to turn the table against rivals Nigeria in Sunday’s WAFU Cup final in Cape Coast, according to a confident coach Maxwell Konadu.
Nigeria stunned the Black Stars 2-0 on Monday in a final Group A match, but Konadu said they have overcome injuries to key players and will fight to keep their sub-regional crown in front of their home fans in Cape Coast.

Lady Gaga Finally Opens Up O Her Beef With Madonna

Lady Gaga in her new documetary, has finally addresed her infamous beef with Madonna after their 2012 fallout where the latter called Gaga's music reductive.
'The thing with me and Madonna, for example, is that I admired her always and I still admire her no matter what she might think of me. No, I do. 

Sane, Toure have roles to play at City – Guardiola

Pep Guardiola has assured Leroy Sane and Yaya Toure that they have important roles to play at Manchester City as his unbeaten side prepare to face struggling Crystal Palace.
Sane, 21, started for just the second time this season as City beat West Brom in the League Cup in midweek, taking their return to six wins and a draw from their seven league and cup games.

Costa denies holding Conte grudge ahead of Atletico return

Diego Costa has said he has no grudge against Chelsea boss Antonio Conte as he prepares to complete a return to Atletico Madrid.

Atletico have agreed a deal with Chelsea for the return of Spain international Costa for a fee that sources close to the English club told ESPN could rise to £58 million (€65.7m).

Costa has spent the summer in Brazil after Conte sent him a text message to say he was not in his plans at Chelsea, and the Spain international said during his exile that he did not respect the former Italy boss as a person and that he “doesn’t possess charisma.”

Floyd Mayweather: I Still Haven't Cashed Pacquiao or McGregor Checks | T...

I want to retire at Real Madrid -Benzema

France international, Karim Benzema has expressed his intentions of ending his career at Real Madrid after extending his contract at the club until 2021.
The 29-year-old joined the Spanish champions in a €35m deal from Olympique Lyonnais in 2009 and his current deal at the club was set to expire in June 2019.

“She cannot date another man while I’m still alive” – Man stabs wife to death then commits suicide

A Kenyan man allegedly stabbed his teacher wife to death on Monday night before committing suicide at Tayari estate, Molo town. Jacinta Nyambura, 25, was found in a pool of blood with multiple stab wounds to the chest, neck and stomach.

Kenya Man Goes Viral After he Transformed 1987 Mercedes Benz to Rolls Royce

Roaming around the internet is a 1987 Mercedes Benz e230 that has been transformed into a complete Rolls Royce, All thanks to a Kenyan man who's dreaming big, According to reports he dissembled the the Vboot and started from scratch until it turned into a Customized Roll Royce, am sure only him can drive this car, lol..

Thailand police arrest 34-year-old Nigerian drug dealer (Photos)

Thailand security operatives have arrested a Nigerian man, Charles Ndubuisi Umemma for obtaining and possessing narcotic called “ice” with intent to sell and send to Australia.
The 34-year-old suspect was arrested during a raid in Bangkok’s Bang Kapi district on Saturday September 16.

Nigerian Singer, Seyi Shay Reportedly Pregnant

Rumour has it that songstress, Seyi Shay is pregnant with her first child.
The 31 year old United Kingdom returnee has reportedly taken cover to avoid the prying eyes of the general public as the pregnancy has taken its toll on her slim body.

Buhari will spend four days in London, says Femi Adesina

President Muhammadu Buhari will spend four days in London, Femi Adesina, his spokesman, has told BBC.
Buhari returned to London on Thursday after attending the United Nations general assembly (UNGA) in New York. “He will be in the UK until Monday next week,” Adesina told BBC Hausa.

Dieziani Would Not Have Been Harshly Judged if She was a Man - Chimamanda

Foremost Nigerian novelist, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has criticized those harshly judging former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Dieziani Alison-Madueke alleged to be involved in fraudulent deals while in office because she is a woman.
She said Nigerians wouldn't have been too critical of Diezani if she was a man because stealing money is a norm practised by Nigerian politicians.

Man City Fear Losing Alexis Signing To PSG After Stunning Offer

Manchester City fear being trumped by PSG in the race for wantaway Arsenal attacker Alexis Sanchez.
City boss Pep Guardiola was confident the 28-year-old wanted to join them, despite a failed £60m pursuit in the previous transfer window.

Uber loses licence to operate in London

Uber’s application for a new licence to operate in London has been rejected.
Transport for London while explaining, stated that the company is not a “fit and proper” operator.
Uber’s current licence expires on 30 September, but the car hire company has 21 days to appeal and can continue to operate until that process expires.

Amir Khan WILL Divorce Pregnant Wife Despite Her Pleas To Save Marriage

Boxer Amir Khan has dramatically filed for divorce from his wife Faryal Makhdoom as she fights to save the marriage.
The Bolton star took to Twitter to announce that he will go ahead with the split despite his pregnant Yank wife’s pleas to stay together for their unborn child.

Exposed: How Gatemen and Miscreants Often Lease Abuja Unoccupied Estates to People

Failure of government to change the prevailing housing regulations and policies in the country continued to contribute to the growing housing deficits in the nation. Nigeria, for the mean time, is not suffering from lack of housing to accommodate its citizenry, instead, but the political will to enforce and implement the policies that regulate the sector.
To say the least, the 17 million number of housing deficits brandished by some experts could have been reduced by the huge numbers of vacant and unoccupied estates lying idle in major cities of the country. Also, several people left their homes, states, towns and villages empty to come to the city to look for accommodation. This would not have been so had government created job opportunities in those areas to discourage people from leaving their states for the cities.

Ugandan Police Arrest Opposition Members Ahead of Vote on Age Limit

Ugandan police on Thursday arrested opposition politicians, shuttered Non-Governmental Organisations and broke up protests, as parliament prepared to introduce controversial bill on presidential age limit.
A member of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change, Wilberforce Kyambadde, told newsmen that the country’s main opposition leader, Kizza Besigye, was detained at his home, while Kampala Mayor Erias Lukwago was also arrested.

Google Buys HTC Assets in $1.1bn Deal, Returns to Mobile Phone Ownership

Google has bought part of HTC’s mobile phone division for $1.1bn (£820m), a return to hardware ownership for the company.
The deal will see 2,000 HTC staff join the US internet giant and underlines Google’s broadening ambitions in smartphone production.
Google develops the Android operating system used in more than 80pc of the world’s smartphones but largely relies on manufacturers like Samsung, Huawei and HTC itself to make and sell its phones, unlike Apple, which controls the design and development of both software and hardware.

Gang of kidnappers terrorizing Abuja-Kaduna Express Way busted (photos)

Gang of kidnappers terrorizing Abuja-Kaduna Express Way busted (photos)

The Police on Thursday paraded 14 suspected kidnappers and armed robbery gang who specialize in kidnapping travellers along Abuja-Kaduna highway.
The suspects who belong to two gangs were arrested in their hideouts and camps by personnel of the Intelligence Response Team and Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the Force.
The arrest and parade is part of Operation Absolute Sanity that is intended to make the Abuja-Kaduna highway safe for road users.

Buddhist protesters block aid to Muslim Rohingya

Police in Myanmar have clashed with a mob blocking an aid shipment in Rakhine state while nine people have died in a road accident involving a Red Cross truck in Bangladesh.
Wednesday’s developments hamper urgently needed relief efforts for Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in Buddhist-majority Myanmar.
A 300-strong Buddhist mob in Rakhine’s capital Sittwe gathered late on Wednesday at a jetty where a boat carrying relief goods was preparing to travel up river to Maungdaw, Reuters news agency said.