Friday, 17 March 2017

Actress Georgina Onuoha Reacts To Kemi Olunloyo’s Arrest & Detention In Port Harcourt

"My Little Pea", Emir Sanusi Celebrates His Young Daughter On Her Birthday


Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi Lamido II 's daughter Princess Maryam turned a year older today.

About 400 Nigerians Are In South African Jails - Interior Minister, Dambazau


Interior Minister retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau on Friday said 400 Nigerians were saving jail terms for various offences in South Africa.

Dambazau made the disclosure at joint news conference in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the visit of Nigerian delegation to South Africa.

Dambazau and his Foreign Affairs counterpart, Geoffrey Onyeama had on Monday led a delegation to South Africa over the incessant xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in that country.

Real Madrid tell Chelsea to pay €70 million if they want to sign Alvaro Morata

Real Madrid tell Chelsea how much it will cost to sign Alvaro Morata

Chelsea have been told it will cost them €70 million if they want to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata this summer, according to reports in Spain.
Morata returned to the Spanish capital after two successful years in Serie A with Juventus, but has been unable to oust Karim Benzema as Zinedine Zidane’s preferred main striker.
Despite a lack of playing time Morata, who has failed to start a single Champions League game this season, has amassed 15 goals in all competitions but has grown frustrated with his super-sub role.

EFCC secures interim forfeiture order on abandoned 49m cash

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC,yesterday secured an interim forfeiture order granted by Justice S.M Shuaibu of the Federal High Court Kaduna ordering that the sum of Forty Nine Million Naira (N49,000,000) be forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria pending the hearing and determination of Motion on Notice filed by the EFCC.

Decomposed Body of Kidnapped Delta Police DPO Found in Bush


A Divisional Police Officer (DPO) who was in charge of the C Division of the Nigeria Police in Asaba, the capital of Delta State, and was kidnapped last weeks, has been found murdered in a bush.

The decomposed body of a kidnapped Divisional Police Officer (DPO) in Delta State, Valentine Mbalu, has been found in a bush in Umunede, a town near Agbor.

N2.8 Million Fraud: Oji Collins Azuka, Osaibueku Bright Jailed


Justice Aisha Mahmud of the Kano State High Court today, March 17, 2017 convicted and sentenced one Oji Collins Azuka and Osaibueku Bright to twelve months imprisonment on a two count charge of Conspiracy and theft.
The accused persons fraudulently connived and fraudulently stole from the complainant‘s bank account, the sum of N2, 800,000 through several withdrawals without his authority.

Randy Pastor Sleeps with Married Female Church Member and Wrecks Her Marriage


An Apostolic Faith Mission pastor who has been eyeing his church member's wife has finally slept with her ruining the woman's marriage.

The love affair was exposed via WhatsApp love messages between the pastor and the female church member.

Messenger charged with stealing employer’s ATM card, withdrawing N255,000

Messenger charged with stealing employer’s ATM card, withdrawing N255,000

A 26-year-old messenger, Oluwafemi Johnson, who allegedly stole his employer’s ATM card with which he withdrew N255,000, on Friday appeared before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court.
The accused, who resides on Alasela Street, Idiagbon, Ifako-Ijaiye, Lagos, is facing a two-count charge of conspiracy and stealing.

Gambia to probe ex-president Jammeh

Gambia to probe ex-president Jammeh

Gambia’s Government will launch an investigation into the finances of former President Yahya Jammeh, Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambadou told Reuters on Friday.
Tambadou said the investigation would include his personal use of a charity bank account.
The government of President Adama Barrow, who beat Jammeh in the December 2016 election before Jammeh fled into exile, had accused Jammeh of siphoning millions of dollars of public funds into various bank accounts.

Xenophobia: Nigerians attacked again In South Africa

Xenophobia: Nigerians attacked again In South Africa

Some Nigerian real estate agents in Turffontein, South Africa, have been attacked from local residents who allege that they were hijacking their houses.
The timely intervention of the police however quelled the tension in the area.
Some South Africans also alleged that the hijacked homes were either turned to brothels or were used for harbouring the drug lords.

Union Threatens to Shutdown Aero Contractors for Sacking 900 Workers in Nigeria


The National Union of Air Transport Employees has threatened to disrupt Aero Contractors’ operations by Monday if the airline refuses to recall over 700 workers sacked recently.

The General Secretary, NUATE, Mr Olayinka Abioye, who issued the warning on Friday described the sack of the workers as an exercise in “bad faith” to the industry and the country in general.

My wife stole my money, gave it to her ex-boyfriend – Man tells court

My wife stole my money, gave it to her ex-boyfriend –  Man tells court

A 27-year-old trader, Omobolanle Awoyeye, on Friday pleaded with an Agege Customary Court to dissolve her seven-year-old marriage over constant battering by her husband.
Omobolanle, a mother of two, resides at No. 16, Olowo St., Dopemu, a Lagos suburb, described her husband, Awokunle Awoyeye, as stubborn.

Rare Photos of Adolf Hitler Has Been Sold for $41,000 at an Auction


Exclusive photos of Adolf Hitler allegedly recovered from his mistress’ bunker have sold in auction for $41,000.
A buyer, whose identity was not made public purchased the photos, many of whom show a different side of a man whose name is synonymous with evil.

Russian govt label Jehovah Witnesses an extremist group


Russia's top prosecutor is threatening to ban the Jehovah's Witnesses for alleged "extremism."
The religious denomination has faced growing pressure in Russia over the past several years, with church members arrested and confiscations of church property.
The Jehovah's Witnesses aren't alone. Other denominations, such as the Mormons, are also under pressure.

Photos: Don Jazzy Shows Off His Girlfriend on Social Media


Popular Nigerian producer and label owner, Don Jazzy has always managed to keep his relationship private and has remained single whenever he gets questioned by the media.

However matters of the heart can't be kept hidden forever as the Mavin records boss, has always dropped hint about the woman in his life, despite openly stating at every single opportunity that he has a strong crush on music star Rihanna.

Boko Haram kills officer, four soldiers


Boko Haram insurgents have killed five soldiers, including a Lieutenant during a gun duel in Magumeri town, Borno State.
Disclosing this in a terse statement on Friday, the Director, Army Public Relations, Brig. Gen. Sani Usman, who did not disclose the names of the deceased soldiers, said three others were missing in action.

Wrongfully convicted man released after 32 years in jail


"I've been inside for 32 years, three months and 14 days. It's been that long". These were the words of Andrew Leander Wilson as he walked out of jail haven been wrongfully convicted.

Wilson went in at the age of 30 when he was convicted of murder and now at 62 he is a free man because evidence had come to light that the prosecution withheld in the case all those years ago.

Lagos Orders Shut Down of Queens College Over Mass Bacterial Infection


Tension has taken over the very popular Queens College in Lagos as mass bacterial infection hits the school.

The Lagos State government has advised an indefinite shutdown of Queens College over the outbreak of water-borne disease in the school.

Addressing journalists in Lagos on Thursday, Jide Idris, the state’s Commissioner of Health, said the school’s resumption should be delayed until appropriate health measures are put in place for the safety of the students.

A Pastor in Zimbabwe is Arrested During Church Service on Rape Charges


A senior pastor with Prophet Adventure Mutepfa’s Revival Centre World Mission Church was on Sunday arrested during a church service on rape charges stemming from an incident in which he is accused of forcing himself on a married church member.

According to Manica Post, David Waerera (32) of House Number 303, Area 3, Dangamvura is alleged to have raped the woman right inside the church which is situated in Mutare’s Dangamvura high-density suburb.

I created Anambra to develop rural areas – IBB

I created Anambra to develop rural areas – IBB

Former Military President, Gen Ibrahim Babangida (retd), has said that his desire to take development to the ordinary people was the main reason he created Anambra State, 25 years ago.
The former leader made the revelation, yesterday, at his Hilltop mansion in Minna, Niger State, when he received a team of Anambra State Government officials led by the deputy governor, Dr. Nkem Okeke, who presented the dummy of a book on Anambra to him.

Man Arrested In US For Masturbating Openly In Front Of Women


A 22-year-old Shasta Lake man admitted to police he exposed himself to at least three women in a Shopko parking lot at 55 Lake Boulevard in Redding.

Kawan Okoye Gaidowsky admitted to the Redding Police Department he was driving a gray, 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt when he pulled up next to a woman in the Shopko parking lot, pulled out his joystick and began to masturbate on Wednesday morning around 8:42 a.m., police said.

Kidnap Kingpin, "King Solomon" Arrested In Lagos


A notorious kidnap kingpin, popularly called King Solomon, alleged to have been responsible for the abduction of several residents of Festac Town in Amuwo Odofin area of Lagos and environs, has been arrested by police in Lagos.

One of his victims, as gathered, included the female Customs Officer attached to Tin Can Command SDV, a bonded terminal of the Nigeria Customs Service, who was abducted in the presence of her two daughters at an eatery on 22 Road, Festac Town, last December.

Graphic Photos: Ugandan Police Spokesman Assassinated With His Bodyguard In His Jeep


Here are trending graphic photos of Ugandan Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Andrew Felix Kaweesi, who was shot dead by unknown gunmen this morning. The spokesman for Uganda's police force was killed alongside his bodyguard and driver as the official left his home in the capital Kampala.

Photos: Baby born with full hair like wig


This adorable eight-month-old girl was born with much hair that strangers often think she is wearing a wig. Her mother Philippa Rabbitts, from Chelmsford, Essex, said daughter Bella turns head wherever she goes with her thick black locks.

She saud she is stoppd at least 'five times' whenever she takes her daughter out - and has to convince passers-by the is all natural.

Man electrocuted to death while charging his iPhone and using it in the bath

Pic shows Richard Bull.. The family of a man electrocuted in the bath by his iPhone charger have warned of the startling dangers they carry... Richard Bull, 32, died at his Ealing home on December 11 last year after he dropped his iPhone into the bath he was in... The phone was charging when it made contact with the water killing him instantly... He was getting ready to meet his family later in the day to exchange Christmas, when the tragedy occurred... SEE STORY CENTRAL NEWS

A man died when he was electrocuted while charging his iPhone and using it in the bath.
Richard Bull, 32, was discovered by his wife and had such severe burns to his chest, arm and hand she thought he had been attacked.
He is thought to have used an extension cord running into the bathroom from the hallway then rested the phone on his chest.

FG Summons NAFDAC DG Over N2.9bn Debt, Unapproved Expenditure


The acting director-general of  the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration & Control (NAFDAC), Mrs Yetunde Oni has been summoned by the Federal Government to answer queries bordering on N2.9bn (N2, 854,095,289.02) indebtedness to the Consolidated Revenue Fund with regards to past years’ Operating Surplus that have not been remitted.

My Father Gives Me N500 Anytime He Wants To Sleep With Me - 15yrs Old Girl Narrates


A 15-year-year-old girl, yesterday, narrated in tears how her 42-year-old father had been sleeping with her and her elder sister since their mother left them two years ago. She said her father gives her N500 each time he wants to sleep with her. Her father, I. D. Idowu, was arrested by policemen at Ketu Division after a concerned neighbour reported the act.

Wike’s wife calls for proactive measures on Nigeria Planet 50-50


Wife of Rivers State Governor, Justice Eberechi Suzzette Nyesom-Wike has called for proactive measures that will empower women so that they can effectively contribute their quota to help Nigeria attain Planet 50-50 by 2030.

In a lead presentation at the ongoing United Nations 61st Session of the Commission on the Status of Women in New York, Justice Nyesom-Wike said: “Better policies will improve the output of the women in the coal face of work and lead to development and stability of the nation. Proactive measures to empower women will help Nigeria achieve planet 50-50 in 2030. 

Crude oil discovered in Bida basin, Niger state


Crude oil deposit was discovered in Niger State by the Ibrahim Badamasi Babaginda University Research CentreThe NNPC is expected to take action after the presidency has been duly informedThe centre said it has a technology that helps crude oil and mineral resources discovery fastLarge crude oil deposits have been found in the Bida Basin located in Niger state and President Muhammadu Buhari has been duly informed of this development.

Video: Angry Nigerians at the embassy in South Africa

Immediate Former Enugu Governor, Sullivan Chime, Defects To APC


The immediate past Governor of Enugu State, Barr. Sullivan Chime has reportedly dumped the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

DAILY POST learnt Thursday night that Chime defected to the All Progressives Congress, APC

His reported defection is seen to be a preparatory ground for an imminent political war between him and the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu.

Cossy Orjiakor Reacts To Kemi Olunloyo's Arrest: "A Priest Once Squeezed My Chest"


Cossy took to her Instagram page earlier ago to share her encounter with a certain reverend father while she was still an undergraduate, reacting to Kemi Olunloyo's arrest, she said

Selena Gomez battling depression and anxiety


American Pop Singer, Selena Gomez has revealed her battle of depression, anxiety and wanting to delete her Instagram.

“Look, I love what I do, and I’m aware of how lucky I am, but — how can I say this without sounding weird? I just really can’t wait for people to forget about me,” the singer tells Vogue in its April issue.

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Only 14m Nigerians pay tax - FIRS


The Federal Government said it is targeting an estimated revenue of $1 billion from the proposed Nigeria Voluntary Asset and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS).

The scheme takes off on May 1 for up to six months and will offer a window for those who, before now, have not complied with extant tax regulations to remedy their positions by the provision of limited amnesty to enable voluntary declaration and payment of liabilities.
The scheme will also have incentives in place to encourage early participation. Under the scheme, taxpayers will be allowed up to three years to settle their liabilities.

Photos: Church throws surprise birthday party for Apostle Suleman


Photos of the founder of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle John Suleman as he celebrates his birthday has surfaced online. 

It was gathered that pastors in his congregation on Thursday threw him the surprise event at the ‘Help From Above’ conference in Washington D.C’, not withstanding the current media drama surrounding the clergyman. 

See the photos below.

Bystander shot and killed man who was beating up police officer in the middle of the road

Bystander shot and killed man who was beating up police officer in the middle of the road

A Good Samaritan has been called a hero after he shot dead a man who was beating up a police officer.
Ashad Russell was filmed as suspect Edward Strother rained punches down on Deputy Dean Barde in Estero, Florida following a police chase.

Charges Against Sambo Dasuki Can’t Be Consolidated, Says Court


A High Court of the Federal Capital Territory has ruled that the two sets of charges brought against former National Security Adviser (NSA), Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd), cannot be consolidated because of the number of defendants involved in the charges.

Justice Baba-Yusuf, declining the motion for consolidation of the two charges said the trial would be made difficult for the court to manage if both charges are merged.

Farmer Arrests Cow On His Farm In Abuja, Drags It To The Police Station


A middle aged farmer, simply identified as Elder Samson, arrested a cow and tied it down for allegedly destroying crops on his farm at Sabon- Gari, Abaji.

A resident of the area, Yahaya Aliyu, said the incident happened on Wednesday morning when the farmer met cows eating some of the yams he had already planted on ridges. 

Police Called To Justin Bieber's Mansion In Sydney As Fans Threaten To Break In


He's the pop star with an extremely devoted fan base currently touring Australia. And Justin Bieber's Sydney supporters showed they're among his most eager in the world on Thursday night when they mobbed his rented mansion in Mosman, with some even threatening to break in. 

Police were called to remove the devotees surrounding the rental property in hopes of catching a glimpse of their idol, who was enjoying low-key drinks at a nearby pub. 

Apostle Suleiman gets more backing from Reno Omokri

Police Arrest King Solomon, A Kidnap Kingpin Who Abducted Customs Officer In Lagos


A notorious kidnap kingpin, popularly called King Solomon, alleged to have been responsible for the abduction of several residents of Festac Town in Amuwo Odofin area of Lagos and environs, has been arrested by police in Lagos.

One of his victims, as gathered, included the female Customs Officer attached to Tin Can Command SDV, a bonded terminal of the Nigeria Customs Service, who was abducted in the presence of her two daughters at an eatery on 22 Road, Festac Town, last December.

"We Are Tired" - 9 Key Boko Haram Terrorists Cry Out As They Surrender To Troops


Two days ago, 9 key Boko Haram terrorists from Tambashe village, Dikwa LGA of Borno State, have voluntarily surrendered to troops deployed along Dikwa-Gulumba Gana road.

The suspects claimed to be tired of the situation under the Boko Haram terrorists group and willingly offer themselves to troops as a mark of repentance. Nevertheless, the repentant suspects are further being investigated.

Saraki On Warpath, Condemns Buhari’s Anti-Corruption Tactics


President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki has given a damning verdict of the anti-corruption battle of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration, saying the use of extra-legal means and strong-arm tactics was against the laws of the land and would end up being counter-productive at the end of the day.

The Senate president specifically berated the Department of States Security Services (DSS) for the agency’s midnight raid on the homes of some judges in a sting operation last October, describing the action as an illegality.

Theo Walcott rowed with Gareth Southgate after being dropped on his 28th birthday

Arsenal star rowed with Gareth Southgate after being dropped on his 28th birthday

Theo Walcott argued with Gareth Southgate after being told he was being dropped from the latest England squad.
England manager Southgate called the Arsenal forward on his 28th birthday to inform him he hadn’t been picked for the upcoming games against Germany and Lithuania.

Man accidentally 'admits rape' during interview to become a police officer


A man who interviewed to join the police force ended up being arrested for sexual assault.
Tyler Ray Price reportedly confessed he raped an unconscious woman after a night of drinking and videoed the incident during an interview for a probationary police officer position on February 8.

The 21-year-old, from West Virginia, not only didn’t get the job but also managed to expose his alleged crime.

11 year old girl set to become Britain's youngest mother


A girl of 11 is set to become Britain’s youngest mum. 

The child is expected to give birth in the near future.The father of the baby is believed to be only a few years older than the mother, according to police. 

Britain’s current youngest mum gave birth in 2014 when she was 12 and the father was 13 - giving them the lowest combined age of any British parents,Mirror UK reports .

The UK’s youngest dad is is Sean Stewart,of Bedford, who became a father at the age of 12 in 1998.

Justice Ngwuta earned £50,000, $196,000, N119m — Chief Registrar


The Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court, Mr. Ahmed Saleh, on Thursday, appeared before a Federal High Court in Abuja as the second prosecution witness in the ongoing trial of a Justice of the apex court, Sylvester Ngwuta.
Saleh, who was called by the prosecution to testify on the income of Ngwuta as a Justice of the Supreme Court, said between the time of Ngwuta’s appointment in 2011 and September 2016, a period of five years, the judge had earned a total of £50,000, $196,000, N119m.

NSCDC recovers N90m from fraudsters in Nasarawa


The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Nasarawa State Command said it recovered N90m from 12 suspected fraudsters.
The state commandant of the NSCDC, Mr. Bashir Lawa-Kano, said the command received 157 cases of fraud in the state in 2016, noting that the anti-corruption department recovered the money from the suspected fraudsters.

Why judge withdrew from Fani-Kayode’s corruption trial

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Justice Muslim Hassan of the Lagos Division of the Federal High Court on Friday declined further hearing of the case involving former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, Nenadi Usman, and Danjuma Yusuf over a N4.7 billion fraud levelled against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC.