Saturday, 28 March 2015

APC Chairmanship aspirant, others die in boat accident on way to vote

Muiz Bello

The Chairmanship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muiz Bello, has died after the boat conveying him to a polling unit to cast his vote capsized.
Bello, his wife and the director of the Lagos state Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Olakunle Adewalewere in the boat that capsized, leaving Bello, Adewale and others dead.

Elections Must Be Cancelled In Rivers State, Says Amaechi

In an exclusive interview with SaharaTV, Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi says that he believes that today’s presidential elections held in River State were irreparably compromised, and the results must be cancelled.

Amaechi, all All Progressives Congress (APC) leader, alleges that interference on the party of the ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has adversely influenced the result of the contest. Claiming the PDP is working with officials and security agents to rig the contest by withholding result sheets, Amaechi says the results of the election today in Rivers cannot be trusted.

Woman is jailed for claiming threesome was rape

Woman is jailed for claiming threesome was rape

A woman who falsely accused two army soldiers of attempted rape because she was ashamed of having a threesome with them has been jailed.
Nicole Richess, 20, was given a two and a half year sentence after making the claims in 2012 when her boyfriend Alex Ganter found out about her affair.

Teacher made students queue for sex in her home

Teacher made pupils queue for sex in her home

A former maths teacher has described how she would make students queue in her home to have sex with her while her husband was away.
Erica Lynn Mesa, 28, admitted to having sex with several students at Colonial Forge High School in Virginia, USA, last year, saying it made her feel ‘attractive and wanted.’

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Election Couple: See The Man That Proposed To His Woman At A Polling Unit Today

"The Police Arrested Me, Tied Me To Their Van And Shot Me Over N40"

BARELY two weeks after one Chibuike Edeh, a 26-year-old worker of Protea Hotel-Benin City, died mysteriously in the custody of the police, a trigger happy police Inspector, identified as Obaro, allegedly shot another man, 25-year-old Smart Ogah, over N40 at a check point along llushi/Ubiaja Road in Esan South East Local Government Area of Edo State, last Monday.

In a petition addressed to the state Police Commissioner, Mr Samuel Adegbuyi, through his solicitor, Sheriff Okoh Esq., the victim, currently receiving treatment in an hospital, narrated how Obaro allegedly pumped bullets into his body after he handed over N40 to policemen at the check point.

Soldiers Surround Ex Gombe State Governor, Senator Danjuma Goje's House

Soldiers have surrounded the Kashere, Gombe home of former Gombe State governor, Senator Danjuma Goje, in an alleged bid to effect “orders from above” to arrest him.

Goje, who spoke to some Senate correspondents in a phone chat from the sieged house said he could not understand why they were after him when there was no incidence of violence or any related matter.

Tinubu Denies Sending SMS Canvassing Votes For Jonathan, Threatens Court Action


National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has debunked any knowledge of text message from him asking electorate to vote for the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Goodluck Jonathan, insisting that its fraudulent.

Tinubu, who disclosed this while speaking with newsmen, shortly after getting accredited by officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), at Ward 047 in Alausa, said the issue will be adequately addressed at the court.The APC chieftain who affirmed that he did not send any kind of message, said “I didn’t send any message. That’s part of the gimmicks and desperation of the ruling party when they pack a lot of fraudulent people in office trying to sabotage the right of people from exercising their civic duty.

'I Used Cocaine But It Never Worked For Me'-Terry G

One of the most controversial artistes in Nigeria is certainly Terry G. But then, the controversies that have trailed him have in no way affected his career.

Perceived to indulge in hard substance, Terry G admitted it was actually an actress that introduced him to the use of hard drugs.

Though he didn’t mention the name of the actress while having a chat with Saturday Beats recently, the singer said it was never really his intention to get into drugs.

Police Arrests Man Who Uses Monkeys And Snakes For Robbery In Lagos

The suspect

The police in Lagos State have arrested a 27-year-old robbery suspect, Mohammed Nafiu, who specialised in using monkeys and snakes to dispossess people of their money and valuables.
One of the monkeys was also arrested and is presently in police custody.
Nafiu told the police that apart from the conventional tool (gun) used by most robbers, the sight of a snake or monkey unsettles and scares people. He said he was able to dispossess his victims of their valuables when confronted with these animals, especially fully grown ones.

Bomb explosion rocks Enugu polling unit


Tension is high in Enugu following a reported bomb explosion at a polling unit at the WTC Primary School, Enugu, Saturday morning.
WTC Primary School is located at Enugu North, one of the municipal local government areas in the Coal City State. First explosion was told went off Friday night.

Photos: President Jonathan And Wife At Their Polling Unit In Bayelsa

President Jonathan and his wife Patience pictured at their polling unit in Otuoke, Bayelsa state this morning. There are reports that President Jonathan is yet to be accredited following the failure of the card reader. More photos after the cut.

How Gov Fashola & I Manage Our Religious Differences In Our Marriage - Wife

Speaking to Channels TV In an interview yesterday, First Lady of Lagos state, Dame Abimbola Fashola explained how she and governor Fashola have been able to manage their home despite their religious differences. Abimbola who is Catholic, while her husband, Fashola is a Muslim, has this to say;