Sunday, 11 June 2017

Igbo quit notice: Arewa groups president defends ultimatum,says he won't apologise

President of the Arewa Youth Consultative Forum, AYCF, Shettima Yerima, has stood by the  statement issued by the Coalition of Northern Groups on Tuesday ,asking the Igbo to leave the North.

Yerima added that he has no apology for issuing the quit notice that has received so much condemnation from all over the country.

Nigerian man arrested for raping Nigerian beauty queen in Kenya

Beauty queen

A Nigerian man who has been identified Daniel Entony Daberechukwu, has been arraigned in court for allegedly raping a 19-yea right-old campus beauty queen, Miss United States International University Africa (USIU), Nneka Enyantu Obi.
Though Daniel has denied raping Nneka, however it was gathered that suspect reportedly committed the offence on March 19, 2017,after the complainant attended a friend’s birth day party at Thika Road Mall alongside the raped beauty queen.

Qatar World Cup not under threat – FIFA supremo

Qatar World Cup not under threat – FIFA supremo

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has said he does not believe the diplomatic crisis involving 2022 World Cup host nation Qatar will threaten its hosting of the tournament.
In an interview published in Swiss newspapers Le Matin Dimanche and Sonntagszeitung on Sunday, Infantino said he expects the diplomatic situation to revert back to normal by the time the tournament is played in five and a half years time.

Monaco’s Mbappe obsessed with winning Champions League

Monaco’s Mbappe obsessed with winning Champions League

Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe has prioritised team success over individual glory, revealing on Sunday he is obsessed with winning the Champions League.
Mbappe has reportedly rejected the advances of some of Europe’s top clubs this summer, including Champions League winners Real Madrid as well as Premier league sides Manchester City and Liverpool.

Lawyer appeals forfeiture order on Ikoyi N13bn

Lawyer appeals forfeiture order on Ikoyi N13bn

A Lagos-based lawyer, Olukoya Ogungbeje, has appealed the court order permanently forfeiting to the Federal Government the sums of $43,449,947, £27,800 and N23,218,000 recovered from Flat 7B, No. 16, Osborne Road, Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.
The money had been recovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission from the apartment where it was kept in iron cabinets and “Ghana-must-go” bags.

List of Nigeria’s richest kidnapper Evans’ victims & amounts they paid as ransom revealed

A list of Nigeria’s richest kidnapper Evans’ victims along with the amounts of money they paid the billionaire kidnapper has emerged. See it below. Also included is a list of Evans’ kidnapping gang members.

Policeman shoots wife, maid, kills self in Nasarawa

Nasarawa State Police Command said on Sunday that a policeman, Sgt. Thomas Agada, had in the early hours of the day, shot and killed himself at Masaka in Karu Local Government Area of the state.

The command’s spokesman, DSP Kennedy Idirisu, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lafia that late Agada served at the Police command in the FCT, but resided at Masaka, where the incident occurred.

ISIS leader Abu Bkr al-Baghdadi killed in Syria

The leader of Islamic State has been killed in an air strike in Syria, according to unverified reports in Syrian state media.

Claims suggest the leader of ISIS Abu Bkr al-Baghdadi was killed in an air strike on Saturday.

Israeli court awards Netanyahus $32,000 in libel case

An Israeli court Sunday awarded Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife $ 32 , 500 in a libel case over a journalist ’ s claim she kicked him out of the car during a row .

Court documents said writer Igal Sarna was ordered to pay 60 , 000 shekels ( $ 17 , 000 , 15 , 000 euros ) in damages to Netanyahu and 40 , 000 shekels to his wife Sara , as well as a further 15 , 000 shekels for the couple ’ s court costs.

Man Utd agree to sign Swedish defender Lindelof

Manchester United have reached an agreement to sign Swedish international centre-back Victor Lindelof from Benfica for 35 million euros, the Europa League champions announced on Saturday.
“Manchester United is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement with Benfica for the transfer of Victor Lindelof, subject to a medical examination, international clearance and personal terms,” United said in a statement.

Man flees after cutting off girlfriend’s hand over infidelity

Police in the Eastern region of Ghana are on the trail of a man who allegedly severed the left arm of his girlfriend in Suhum Saturday morning.

The suspect, Joseph Tei, disappeared after committing the crime and the police have declared him wanted. The victim is, however, responding to treatment at the Suhum Government Hospital according to health officials.

(Photos) Sex slave rescued after being kept chained in a shipping container by serial killer

A sex slave chained up in a shipping container by a serial killer was rescued by police.Police found Kala Brown,30,  in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, after Todd Kohlhepp kidnapped her, locked her inside a container on his property and repeatedly raped her.

South Carolina sheriff’s deputies released her after hearing her screams inside a large metal container.

Bobbi Kristina’s ex Nick Gordon arrested for kidnapping and beating up new girlfriend in jealous rage

Bobbi Kristina’s ex Nick Gordon, who was held legally responsible for her death in 2015, has been arrested in Florida for allegedly kidnapping and beating his current girlfriend.

DailyMail reports Gordon, 28, was taken into custody by police in Sanford, Florida, on Saturday afternoon after a complaint was filed by his live-in girlfriend of two months, 26-year-old Laura Leal.

Cristiano Ronaldo ‘Welcomes Twins with Surrogate Mother’

Real Madrid footballer #CristianoRonaldo has reportedly become the father of surrogate twins.

The children, a boy and a girl called Eva and Mateo, were born on Thursday according to Portuguese TV channel SIC.

Gaddafi son Saif al-Islam freed by Libyan militia

An armed group in Libya says it has freed Saif al-Islam. The son of dead dictator Muammar Gaddafi had been in custody since November 2011.
The Abu Bakr al-Sadiq Brigade, a militia of former rebels that controls the town of Zintan in western Libya, said Islam was freed on Friday evening, “the 14th day of the month of Ramadan”, under an amnesty law promulgated by the parliament based in the east.

Arrested kidnapper Evans buys $170K wristwatch

Glimpses about the lavish lifestyle of the billionaire kidnapper Evans are emerging, with his confession that he splashed his loot in buying a wristwatch for $170,000.

He also bought three phones for $6000 each and bought two houses in highbrow Magodo Estate in Lagos and another house in Ghana.

How Whistleblower Was Dismissed For Exposing Corruption In Federal Mortgage Bank

Mr. Murtala Aliyu Ibrahim, Unit Head, ICT/Process Audit and Special Investigation Unit at the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), paid with his job for exposing corruption in the bank.

Documents exclusively obtained by SaharaReporters showed that Mr. Ibrahim, in his position Unit Head ICT/Process Audit and Special Investigation, walked into trouble just for doing his job diligently.

Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez close to finalising Manchester City transfer

Alexis Sanchez finalising sensational transfer to Manchester City

Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez is reportedly close to finalising his transfer to Manchester City in a stunning reunion with his old manager Pep Guardiola.

The Chile international’s future at the Emirates Stadium has been in serious doubt for much of the season just gone, with his Arsenal contract due to expire in a year’s time.

Manchester United could revive Antoine Griezmann interest

Man Utd ready to consider reviving Griezmann interest due to Morata complications

Manchester United are reportedly ready to consider trying again for Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann due to struggling to strike a deal with Real Madrid over Alvaro Morata.
The Red Devils are desperate to land a big-name attacking player this summer as Zlatan Ibrahimovic looks set to leave the club at the end of his contract later this month.

Toddlers died ‘after mum left them in hot car to go partying with friends’

Toddlers died 'after mum left them in hot car to go partying with friends'

A teenager has been accused of killing her two young children after allegedly leaving them in a hot car to go and party with friends.

Amanda Hawkins, 19, from Kerr County, Texas, was said to have left her daughters in the car overnight on Tuesday and apparently ignored them when they cried out, Fox 29 reported.

Female maths teacher 'had sex with three teenage pupils'

Female maths teacher 'had sex with three teenage pupils'

A female teacher is accused of having sex with three of her pupils.
Erin McAuliffe was arrested after a number of colleagues and pupils were interviewed during a month-long police probe.

The 25-year-old reportedly slept with three boys – two 17, one 16 – in a location away from school, said police.