Sunday, 14 May 2017

Tottenham were more motivated than Man United – Mourinho

Tottenham were more motivated than Man United – Mourinho

Jose Mourinho says he has no regrets about Manchester United’s failure to finish in the Premier League top four, insisting that trophies are more important to the club.
United must win the Europa League final against Ajax in order to play in the Champions League next season after Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Tottenham in the last-ever match at White Hart Lane left them seven points behind fourth-placed Man City with two matches remaining.

Nigerians Top List Of Foreigners Caught With Drugs - Indian Officials Reveal

13 of the 14 foreigner arrested since 2012, by the Navi Mumbai police for smuggling drugs to the city are said to be from Nigeria. One was from Ghana.

According to the Hindustan Times, Nigerians have reportedly topped the list of foreigners arrested for drug smuggling in Navi Mumbai over the past five years.
According to the sources from the anti-narcotic cell of Navi Mumbai police, a total of 66 narcotic related cases were registered between 2012 and April this year in the city. Nigerians were involved in 14 of these cases, the police said.

Sanusi urges universities to initiate researches toward innovations

The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has challenged Nigerian universities to initiate researches that could lead to innovations toward boosting technological growth.
“For the country to become competitive at the global stage, it must explore, exploit and utilise science and technological innovations; the universities should spearhead such effortst,” he said in Kano on Saturday.
A statement by Lydia Legbo, spokesperson of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, said that Sanusi spoke when he received a delegation from the institution, led by its Vice Chancellor, Prof Musibau Akanji, on a visit to his palace.

Osama Bin Laden’s son, Hamza threatens to revenge father’s death

A son of Osama bin Laden, Hamza, is reportedly seeking to avenge his father’s death and is poised to become the new leader of terrorists group, Al Qaeda.
Personal letters discovered during the raid that killed bin Laden show that Hamza, is set on avenging his father’s death.

Unpaid Nigerian Soldiers Allegedly Write Open Letter To Buhari

Nigerian soldiers of Battalion 38, United Nation Mission in Liberia, UNMIL, who recently came back from a peacekeeping mission have allegedly written an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari expressing dissatisfaction over the non-payment of their five-month allowances.

The troops threatened to resort to lawlessness if the issue of their outstanding allowances by the Nigerian Army was not resolved. They also urged the president to take his anti-corruption war to the armed forces.

Why Boko Haram used me as Suicide Bomber – Female Teenage Bomber narrates

A teenage female suicide bomber has revealed that Boko Haram leaders choose her to bomb Maiduguri because she refused to get married to their members in Sambisa Forest. She is among three suspects arrested by the military, when they allegedly came for a suicide mission at a military facility in Jakana in Maiduguri.

The suspect told NAN she was abducted with her father, Usman, by Boko Haram insurgents in Gwoza, Borno, in 2013. She said she and her father were running to Mandara mountain for safety when they were abducted.

Advice for Marriage and Life – By Reno Omokri

For the women, with wife beating so prevalent, dont just busy yourself with how deep his pocket is. Also find out how deep his anger can get. For the men, marry productive women not seductive ones.

Hamilton wins thrilling Spanish Grand Prix

Hamilton wins thrilling Spanish Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton roared back into serious contention for a fourth drivers’ world title on Sunday when he drove to a well-judged victory for Mercedes in a dramatic Spanish Grand Prix.
The three-time champion recovered after losing the lead from his 64th pole position to make the most of key strategic decisions and win with power and precision ahead of championship leader Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari.

People were laughing at Chelsea last season – Courtois

People were laughing at Chelsea last season – Courtois

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois feels they silenced their critics by winning the Premier League after a disappointing 2015-16 campaign.
The Stamford Bridge side had to settle for 10th place in the table last term, having won the title the previous season, and were heavily criticised for their poor performances.

Conte exit from Chelsea ‘more rumour than reality’ – Hiddink

Conte exit from Chelsea ‘more rumour than reality’ – Hiddink

Guus Hiddink, Antonio Conte’s immediate predecessor as Chelsea boss, believes the Italian will stay at Stamford Bridge due to “perfect circumstances” at the club.
Conte has rejuvenated Chelsea, who clinched the Premier League title with a 1-0 win at West Brom on Friday and can claim a double in his first season in charge with victory over Arsenal in the FA Cup final on May 27.

If anything happens to Buhari, North will insist on two terms in 2019 – Junaid

John Alechenu, a member of the House of Representatives during the second republic, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, has said if Osinbanjo takes over from president Buhari, he can not run for president and power has to revert back to the north .

Cyber-attack: More than 125,000 computers are down… 5 ways to protect yours

A massive cyber-attack using tools believed to have been stolen from the US National Security Agency (NSA) struck organisations around the world this week.

The cyber-security firm Avast said it had seen 75,000 cases of the ransomware – known as WannaCry and variants of that name – around the world.

It will be a miracle for Buhari to restore Naira/Dollar to 2015 level – Soludo

A former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Charles Chukwuma Soludo has at a recent event disclosed that the president inherited a bad economy but it does not look feasible that his administration can do much to restore the naira-dollar rate to what it was before his administration took over power.

The professor of Economics who noted that Buhari worsened Nigeria’s economy made this known to newsmen while speaking at a public policy debate organised by the Afri Heritage Institution in Enugu, ‘Big Ideas Podium’.

I cannot reveal Buhari’s health status - Adesina

The Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari,Femi Adesina has said only his boss can say what exactly is wrong with him.
While speaking with Tribune on the possibility that Nigerians will be informed on the health status of President Buhari said, “It is only the president himself that can declare that. And when he came back from London on March 10, he said it that he had never been that sick in his life.

Policeman rapes 10-year-old for a year with mother’s consent

A police constable who raped a 10-year-old girl, allegedly with the consent of the mother in Jabalpur district of India was arrested on Saturday.

The policeman repeatedly abused the minor for almost a year according to the little girl.

One of the officers handling the case said crime was reported Saturday after the child gathered the courage to defy her mother and confide in her grandmother, who lodged a complaint with the police.

Court jails man for threatening to kill Obama, family

An Oregon man who made threats to kill former President Barack Obama over social media will serve five years in a U.S. federal prison.

The Mail Tribune reported Friday that U.S. District Court Judge Michael McShane sentenced 62-year-old John Roos of Medford to 63 months in prison.

Starring At Women's Bum Inspires Me - Timaya

I doubt this will come as a surprise to many, but again, Egberi papa1 of Bayelsa, Timaya, has revealed where he gets most of his ideas for a new music in a new interview.

Speaking with Sunday Scoop, the Shake Your Bum crooner said:

Woman was diagnosed with terminal cancer decides to divorce her husband of 28 years

While most terminal cancer sufferers want to spend their final moments with their spouses ,Annabel Nnochiri decided it was time to leave her old life behind .

Diagnosed with terminal cancer, Anabel,56 decided to walk out on her husband of 28 years.

But before making her “escape” in secret, she first asked permission from her two children to split from their dad.

“Magun” Explained Scientifically: Why Some Couples Get Stuck During Illicit Sex

For years, news about couples getting stuck during sexual intercourse have made the rounds, and what usually follow such are intrigues, condemnations, scorn, jeers, and all manner of negative sentiments that demonstrate societal repudiation of such acts. Such story usually involves a married woman and her lover. As such, society usually ascribes the phenomena to “Magun” spells, or charms placed on wives by husbands to ward off prowling males who angle for clandestine sex with the women.

Why we suspended probe of Emir Sanusi – Kano agency

Why we suspended probe of Emir Sanusi – Kano agency

The Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-corruption Commission said it has suspended its probe of alleged misappropriation of the Kano Emirate Council’s N6 billion by the Emir, Alhaji Muhammad Sanusi II.
While disclosing this on Saturday, Chairman of the commission, Muhuyi Magaji, said the investigation had been suspended indefinitely because the Kano House of Assembly had begun a similar probe.

Boko Haram Commander nabbed by soldiers

Troops of Forward Operation Base, Fika on routine patrol arrested a suspected fleeing Boko Haram terrorist, Bala Ibrahim, on Saturday.

He is believed to be a top member of the sect.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the 30-year-old suspect is an indigene of Bulabulin village in Fika Local Government Area of Yobe State, North-East Nigeria.

20 People Confirmed Dead as Bus Veers Off the Road

At least 20 people died and 11 were injured Saturday when a bus carrying Turkish tourists plunged off a road near the southwestern sea resort of Marmaris.

“Sadly, we have had 20 fatalities and 11 other seriously injured,” said Amir Cicek, the governor of Mugla province, who said the bus was carrying about 40 people, many of whom were women.

Saudi Muslim cleric urges FIFA to ban christian players from making Christian signs on the pitch

Mohammed Alarefe, a Saudi Muslim cleric and professor of religion at King Saud University in Riyadh has urged world football's governing body, FIFA to ban Christian players from making the sign of the cross and other Christian signs after scoring.

He posted the controversial call on Twitter to his 17.4million followers, but he was quickly flooded with messages disagreeing with him.