Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Walcott set for new Arsenal contract

Walcott set for new Arsenal contract 

Theo Walcott is set to be handed a bumper new Arsenal deal despite having played just 38 matches since he last signed a new contract.
The England international has just returned from an anterior cruciate ligament injury which had kept him sidelined since January.

Shocking Video: ISIS fighters discussing "buying and selling Yezidi slaves".

A shocking new video purportedly shows Islamic State fighters casually discussing how to buy and sell Yazidi women as slaves.
The women belong to the Yazidi minority group in Iraq and were abducted by the radical Islamists earlier this year.
In the video, the militants are heard discussing the possibility of trading a combination of guns and banknotes in return for a female slave.

Policeman crushes wife’s legs, stabs baby to death over N2,000

Lucky Ikharia
A police corporal, Lucky Ikharia, 34, attached to Makinde police station, Lagos, is now on the run after allegedly crushing the legs of his wife, Dupe and killed his own baby over a N2000 argument.
The tragic incident happened on the 30th of October, at the family’s rented apartment in Kale Close, Mafoluku, Oshodi.
According to Punch, Lucky stabbed his wife, went home and stabbed his baby, David, to death, ripping out the toddler’s intestines.

I left Deeper Life Church because they called a TV set the Devil’s box – Tunde Bakare


Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Latter Rain Assembly has finally explained why he suddenly abandoned Deeper Life after being there for 5 years, to start his own church.

The clergy, who will turn 60 on the 11th of November has always avoided answering questions on his exit from the church, but in a chat with TheNewsNigeria, he opened up.

Jonathan has not transformed anything in Nigeria – Fashola


Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State has rubbished the President Goodluck Jonathan’s Transformation Agenda programme, saying that it is a total failure.
The governor noted that the Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria were only “plotting to ensure that Jonathan returns to power through propagation of false claims.”
Fashola, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, made this observation in Lagos at the opening ceremony of Women In Business Conference on Monday.