Tuesday 26 July 2016

Meet Lala Neriah, a Plus Size Female Model whose curves is making guys go Gaga (Photos)

Lala Neriah Tshabalala is another budding social media influencer gradually growing on Instagram. She is a plus size model based in South Africa. The unique feature of  Miss Curvy Lala is her fresh light skin.

Lala currently has 18,500 followers on Instagram while she follows only 797 people.

Buhari Only Fighting Corrupt People, Not Corruption – Bishop Kukah

Bishop Mathew Hassan-Kukah of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto has stated that the current government under the leadership of Muhammadu Buhari is only fighting the symptoms of corruption and not the disease.

The cleric made the statement at a programme organised by the Book Readers’ Club of Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP) in Ibadan on Tuesday.

He said Buhari was only fighting corrupt people and not corruption because corruption could only be fought if the nation’s institutions were strengthened.

Say What! Man Spends N8m to Get Massive Bum, Lip-fillers and Botox (Photos)

A man has spent a whopping £21,000 (N8 million) on cosmetic surgery to look like the Kardashian sisters.

According to The Sun, James Holt, 22, from Bury, Greater Manchester, has splurged £10,000 on his lip fillers alone to emulate his idols, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner.

He has also spent about £3,000 on Botox, £2,000 on cheek filler, filler under his eyes, and filler on his jawline and even said he is willing to have six ribs removed to achieve his ideal hourglass shape.

Rotimi Amaechi Ends Debate On Who Should Be Praised Over The Completion Of Kaduna-Abuja Rail Line

Remember that Nigerians on Twitter has been reacting since today about the commissioning of the Kaduna-Abuja Rail project. The argument was about who started the project, who built it and who finished it. Well, the Minister for transportation, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi clarified the issue with the following tweets.

Say What! Two Women Caught Red-Handed Hiding Sweets in Their Panties at a Mall (VIDEO)


A shocking footage has caught the moment some girls who stole sweets at a mall hid it in their pants to evade mall security.

They were caught by the supermarket's CCTV cameras.

10 teachers die every month in Lagos – Perm Sec

The Lagos State Teachers’ Establishment and Pension Office (TEPO) on Tuesday said that an average of 10 teachers die each month in the post-primary teaching service of the state.

The Permanent Secretary of TEPO, Mrs Sewanu Ayodele-Amosu, made the disclosure at a Sensitisation Seminar and Capacity Building on Healthy Living for Post-Primary Teaching Staff of the state.

She said that apart from sudden collapse resulting in either temporary or permanent confinement in bed, the disturbing rate of deaths among teachers in the state called for concern.

NANS says they will take President Buhari’s anti-corruption crusade to Campuses

Members of National Association of Nigerian Students have declared support for President Muhammadu Buhari’s ongoing anti-corruption campaign.

The association made the its position known in a statement issued in Abuja on Tuesday by its acting President/National Convention Chairman, Mr Prince Miaphen.

It said that the students were in support of the move to recover all funds stolen by corrupt former public officials and civil servants, noting that corruption had for long remained the bane of Nigeria’s development.

Gonzalo Higuain move to Juventus for €90m

Juventus has completed the signing of Argentine superstar, Gonzalo Higuain.

He was the Serie A’s leading scorer with a mind-boggling 36 goals in 35 games. The fee is reported to be around €90m.

Juventus will pay in two instalments and have already made a payment of €45m with the rest to come later.

UBA responds to Allegations of Sponsoring Turkey Coup

The United Bank for Africa (UBA) have come out to respond to allegations that it helped fund the failed coup plot in Turkey.

Reports emanating from Turkey had claimed that UBA’s Lagos branch had been used to funnel money to members of the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO).

Mikel Obi to Captain #TeamNigeria at Rio Olympics

Chelsea FC midfielder and Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi has been named Captain of Team Nigeria to the 2016 Olympic Games at Rio in Brazil, which begins on Aug. 5.

A statement on Tuesday by Nneka Ikem-Anibeze, Special Assistant on Media to Youths and Sports Minister Solomon Dalung, also named Funke Oshonaike as the Assistant Team Captain.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Mikel is one of the three over-aged players invited to the national under-23 football team for the Games.

Breaking | Buhari Makes New Federal Appointments

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Elias Nwalem Mbam, an engineer as chairman for the Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission.

The President also approved the appointment of Dr. (Mrs) Marilyn Amobi as the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Company.

Abuja-Kaduna Railway Commissioning | PDP congratulates Buhari, GEJ, Okonjo-Iweala

The opposition party took to their twitter handle to congratulate Pres. Buhari on the commissioning of the Abuja-Kaduna railway today July 26th. The party also extended congratulations to former President Goodluck Jonathan for the conceptualization of the project. They also commended former Finance minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the "work put into the structure & funding of the project".


21 years old Teacher arrested for allegedly having oral sex with his 14 years old Student

The Police on Tuesday arraigned a 21-year-old teacher, Matthew Sodake, at an Ota Magistrates’ Court for allegedly having oral sex with a 14-year old student.

The accused, whose address is unknown, is facing alleged charge of assault.

The prosecutor, Sgt. Chudu Gbesi, told the court that the accused committed the offence on July 12 at about 8.00 p.m. at Ambassador Star Comprehensive Secondary School, Answer, Ota in Ogun.

Embarassing | Ambassadorial Nominee Fails to Recite Nigeria National Anthem Test

An ambassadorial nominee, Alhaji Ibrahim Bida, from Niger state currently serving in Turkey, shockingly failed to recite the Nigeria National anthem when asked to do so by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Ibrahim, who is among the 47 ambassadorial nominees currently being screened, began stammering having introduced himself successfully and on getting to singing the pledge, it became difficult for him as he began to mix up the wordings.

Federal Govt to reopen corruption cases against Ibori, 30 other former Governors

The Federal government is set to reopen the corruption cases against former Delta state governor, James Ibori and 30 other former governors. The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, last week sent a letter to the ICPC, instructing the commission to forward the case files of all former governors that are standing trial for corruption. 

Lol | Kogi State Commissioner vs President Obama ...

Facebook user Fejiro Oliver shared a photo of a Commissioner in Kogi State with a police aide holding an umbrella over his head compared to a photo of U.S president Barack Obama, and former UK prime Minister David Cameron holding their own umbrellas

Breaking: Kogi Speaker Resigns, Replaced Immediately

According to reports by ireporteronline, the Speaker of the Kogi State House of Assembly, Momoh Jimoh, has resigned. He was said to have resigned while the House was at plenary, adding that his decision to leave the seat was in the interest of the state. 

Cops arrest Fan for 'slapping' Justin Timberlake at a Golf tournament

A golf spectator got arrested by cops for slapping Justin Timberlake on his neck over the weekend. The Hollywood actor/singer was at the American Century Celebrity Pro-Am in Lake Tahoe and in a video shared by TMZ, the man's hand is seen smacking Justin on the neck as he's walking through the crowd. Turning around in surprise, Justin yelled, "Why would you do that?" but later walked off.

Two armed men attack church in France, kills Priest

A priest was found dead with his throat slit after two men armed with knives took hostages at a church in Rouen, France this morning July 26th. The men had arrived the church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray and held the priest, two nuns and other church members hostage during their early morning mass. The police arrived the scene and shot dead the two armed men. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. The French police is investigating the incident as it unfolds.

Guys, She is Hot, Curvy, Sexy ... She's got everything ... But :( (PHOTOS)

Lol, love the way Linda Ikeji spelt this out ... Read below
Dear men, before you start to drool, she has a pen!s. I'm sure you can trace the visible bulge in the pics 

PHOTO | See the knifeman who killed 19 people and wounded 45 in Tokyo, Japan

The face of the perpetrator of the attacks has been revealed. 26-year-old Satoshi Uematsu turned himself in following the stabbing spree, confessing to the police that he wanted to "get rid of the disabled from this world". 

According to Japanese media reports, He sent bizarre texts around the time he committed the sickening crime. He was also reportedly seen handing out fliers near the facility that said: "It is wasteful to have the disabled continue living" earlier this year.

"My mother gave birth to me to Restore and Save Biafrans" - Nnamdi Kanu

According to a statement released by the Media and Publicity Secretary of the Independent People of Biafra IPOB, Emma Powerful, Kanu said this while speaking to some of his members who recently paid him a visit at Kuje prisons. 

The statement reads in part;

Say What! Man lifts heavy stone with his teeth at Ojota (PHOTOS)

Talents or Charm? This young man was seen at Ojota, Lagos lifting heavy objects including a big stone with his teeth.

Koffi Olomide arrested at his home for kicking his dancer in Kenya (PHOTOS)

Koffi Olomide has arrested this morning at his home in Kinshasha, DRC, following a court order. The singer was deported by the Kenyan government last week after a video emerged showing him kicking one of his female dancers at Nairobi Airport.

Footage of the incident caused a social media outcry with thousands taking to Facebook and Twitter to demand that he be thrown out of the country.

Kidnappers demand £28m for the release of Billionaire & Formula One Chief, Bernie's Mother-in-law

The mother-in-law of Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone, has reportedly been kidnapped in Brazil by criminals demanding 120 million reais (£27.8 million) in ransom.

Aparecida Schunck, the mother of Ecclestone's wife, Fabiana Flosi, was captured in Sao Paulo on Friday night, according to Brazilian newsmagazine, Veja.

FIFA President says African teams slot to increase from 5 to 7 at the World Cup

Africa will get an additional two World Cup finals places should the tournament be expanded to 40 teams from 2026, says Fifa president Gianni Infantino.

Infantino proposed the expansion from 32 teams before he was elected by world football’s governing body in February.

Africa is currently allocated five places at World Cups.

Breaking | Buhari commissions Abuja-Kaduna rail project (PHOTOS)

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday inaugurated the Abuja-Kaduna commercial rail operation.

The inauguration had several senior government officials in attendance such as the president of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, Minister for Transport, Rotimi Amaechi amongst others.

The commissioning of the project had been postponed on different occasions, but today’s event has opened it up for full commercial operations of the rail project.

SHOCKING | Niger Delta Avengers threaten things will get worst (Watch Video)

The Niger Delta Avengers has dismissed insinuations that it is a terrorist group, stressing that it is only fighting for the betterment of the oil-rich region.

Speaking with a BBC reporter, Avengers explained that the motive behind their persistent attacks was to ensure that the Federal Government develop the Southern region.

Ministry of Sports to send Rio tickets to foreign-based athletes

The Ministry of Youths and Sports on Monday in Abuja confirmed that it would send flight tickets to Rio Olympics bound foreign-based athletes this week.

This was announced via a statement by Nneka Ikem-Anibeze, the Special Assistant (Media) to Youth and Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung.

It quoted Dalung as saying this during a meeting on Monday in Abuja with the President of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Solomon Ogba.

Rahama Indimi and Gen. Ibrahim Babangida’s Son Split

Earlier Yesterday, there was an audio leak posted on Rahama Indimi’s Instagram account which allegedly heard her now (ex-husband) saying nasty things about his second wife, Umma, and she wrote, “Woke up to this, a recording of Mr. Mo saying some nasty things about his current wife I wonder what he has been saying about me when we were married (not cool muha,not cool) may Allah protect us all from people like this. Ameen #justsaying.

Lagos State | Commotion as militants invade Igando

Delta militants have again invaded Igando area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria, with people feared killed.

There was pandemonium in the area as at this morning as the militants broke into people’s houses to wreck havoc.

The affected community is Ewedogbo area of Igando, along LASU road. The streets are empty as the militants have taken over everywhere.

Nigerian Army Rescues Emir’s Wife, Daughter From Boko Haram's Enclave

The Nigerian Army on Monday rescued the wife and daughter of Shehu of Bama from the Boko Haram enclave in Borno.

The Emir’s wife and two of her children were abducted by Boko Haram fighters two years ago.

While the queen and her daughter have regained their freedom, the second child, the son was killed by the insurgents few months after the abduction.

PDP will Retrun to Power In 2019 - Raymond Dokpesi

Aspirant for the National Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Raymond Dokpesi, on Monday, said that with him at the party’s helm of affairs, the PDP will “take over in 2019.″

This came as the convention to elect a new PDP chairman holds on August 17 in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital. The PDP has zoned the position to the Southern part of the country. Addressing party members and delegates in Asaba, the Delta state capital, Dokpesi, however, traced the PDP’s fall in the 2015 General Elections to its deviation from the visions of its founding fathers, saying the easiest way for the party to worm its way back into the hearts of citizens is for members to return to those ideals. He asked members of the party to embrace the visions of the founding fathers of the party.

Dokpesi said: 

Lagos State Givt evacuates 413 beggars, deports 31 others to Niger

The Lagos State Government has evacuated 413 beggars from the streets of Lagos and deported 31 others to Niger Republic for constituting nuisance in the state.

A report from the Ministry of Youth and Social Development obtained by PM News revealed that 413 beggars and lunatics were evacuated from Lagos streets by government officials between March and June 2016.

Double bomb attack kills 13 near Mogadishu Airport

Explosions rocked a peacekeeping base and the airport in Somalia’s capital, police and local residents said Tuesday.

At least 13 people were killed in the twin bombings near UN and African Union buildings adjoining Mogadishu’s airport, police said, in what the jihadist Shabaab group claimed as a suicide attack.

The Al-Qaeda aligned Shabaab group is blamed for a string of bloody assaults in Somalia and neighbouring Kenya and is fighting to overthrow Mogadishu’s internationally-backed government.

Court throw two men to jail for receiving stolen goods

A Jos Chief Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday sentenced two men, Azi Itsegok, and Atsen John, to 12 months in prison each for stealing four aluminium windows and a dane gun.

Itsegok, 20, and John 21, both of Lamingo, Jos East, were charged with criminal trespass, housebreaking, theft and receiving stolen property.

The Magistrate, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Mafuyai, handed down the sentence after the convicts pleaded guilty and begged for leniency.

German Court sentenced a Paedophile to life imprisonment

A German Court on Tuesday handed a life sentence to a 33-year-old security guard who admitted to abducting, sexually abusing and murdering two boys, one of them a 4-year-old Bosnian refugee.

The court in Potsdam (Germany) handed Silvio S, whose full name was withheld due to privacy laws, that was the maximum sentence for his crimes, which shocked the country last year and drew attention to the chaotic conditions at the refugee registration centre in Berlin from where the boy was abducted.

The prosecutor said that S was arrested in October after police found the body of 4-year-old Mohamed in the man’s car.

Obasanjo to Buhari | Beware of Corrupt Lawmakers

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday weighed in on the latest allegations of cor­ruption in the National Assem­bly, advising President Muham­madu Buhari to be very wary in his dealings with the federal law­makers.

Obasanjo, who spoke with journalists at the Aso Villa yes­terday after a meeting with President Buhari, reaffirmed his earlier position that there were many corrupt politicians in the National Assembly, as shown by the incidence of budget pad­ding.
“The President should be very vigilant. Whatever he should not pass, he should not pass,” Obasanjo stressed.

Football Made in Anambra | FIFA Partners with NFF to Actualize Ifeanyi Ubah’s Iniative

FIFA yesterday declared its readiness to partner with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to actualize the ‘Football Made in Anambra’ project, initiated by the Anambra State Football Association.

President of the world football governing body, Gianni Infantino, who hailed the project as a major developmental project in Nigerian football assured that FIFA will key into it through the NFF.

It would be recalled that the Anambra State FA recently launched the 50,000 football for 50,000 homes project, which it aimed at raising footballers from every family in the state

Breaking | INEC Postpones Rivers Rerun Election

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has re-scheduled the rerun elections in Rivers State over security concerns, however, the Electoral body fixed July 30 for the rerun elections in some parts of the state.

Blac Chyna put her engagement ring on display despite Breakup rumours with Rob

So yesterday a whole drama as Rob deleted all his picture including Blac Chyna's pics and rumour quickly spread that they might have ended their sweet romance. Blac Chyna, on the other hand, tried to dispel rumours by taking to her Snapchat on Monday to show off her engagement ring.

Gov ‎Fayose says state got N2.5bn not N9bn as claim by APC

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose, has said the state government got a net allocation of N2.5 billion from the Federation Account for the month of July, contrary to insinuations by the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) that it got over N9 billion. He made this disclosure in Ado-Ekiti on Monday while speaking on state radio and television.

In a statement by his Chief ‎Press Secretary, Mr Idowu Adelusi, the governor challenged the APC and any other person or group having any contrary figures to make that public. Brandishing the allocation paper that came from Abuja, the governor said after the deduction of over N900 million to service the state's debts, what eventually came to the state was N2.51 billion. He added that the 16 local governments were given N2.01 billion. 

Abductors of RCCG Pastor demand N100m for his release

After abducting a pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Ikorodu on Sunday just before the start of service for the day, the abductors are allegedly asking for N100 million in ransom for the release of the cleric.

According to a relative of the pastor who spoke to Punch newspaper, the kidnappers have gotten in touch and requested the lump sum for his freedom.

Watch Michelle Obama's Democratic Convention Speech (VIDEO)

First lady Michelle Obama delivered a powerful speech at the Democratic national convention’s opening night. Obama rallied passionately behind presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton, while also recalling, in evocative language, the history of black Americans who ‘felt the lash of bondage’ and the ‘sting of segregation’. She said how proud she now felt to see her daughters ‘play with their dog on the White House lawn’

Watch video below:

Gov Okorocha says Ekweremandu’s seat threatened

Imo State Governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, says “Ike Ekweremadu’s seat as Deputy Senate President, is now threatened, with the emergence of Benjamin Uwajumogu in the last senatorial re-run election in the state.”

An obviously joyous Okorocha, fired the salvo while speaking during a victory party for members of All Progressives Congress, APC, in the state to celebrate the outcome of the Saturday re-run election for Okigwe senatorial seat and the two state constituencies of Oru-East and Oru-West.

Buhari needs time to develop Niger Delta - SGF, Babachir Lawal

Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Babachir Lawal has appealed to the people of Niger Delta to give President Muhammadu Buhari time to develop the oil-rich region.

He made this appeal while speaking at an empowerment programme sponsored by the member representing Aba North/Aba South federal constituency, Mr. Ossy Prestige, in Aba.

According to Lawal, who was represented by the Senior Special Assistant on Political Matters to the President, Gideon Samani, President Buhari was working tirelessly to deliver a new country.

Ali Ndume | No impeachable offence against President Buhari

The Senate has assured that there is no impeachable offence against President Muhammadu Buhari and as such, there is no contemplation of impeachment by the chamber.

The Leader of the Senate, Ali Ndume, told newsmen in Abuja on Monday that the president had no impeachable offence hanging on his head.

According to him, the Senate alone cannot even impeach the president and has not contemplated the matter, adding that the rumoured report was coined by the media it originated from.

Bauchi | Seven Dead as Students’ Bus Collide With Two Vehicles

Seven persons have been sent to their early graves in a ghastly road transport accident along Bauchi to Darazo road, involving a bus conveying students of Federal Government Girls College, Bauchi, and two other vehicles, on Monday.

A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) who visited the scene of the accident, reported that 17 of students survived the accident.

Ekiti House of Assembly says No Ekiti lawmaker under investigation over certificates

The Ekiti State House of Assembly has described a report in the media that nine of its lawmakers are being investigated over certificate forgery as baseless, wicked and a continuation of relentless efforts of faceless enemies of the state to discredit the government.

The Assembly also noted that the rumour that the lawmakers were in hiding was a proof that “liars and enemies of progress are at work,” as “the House held its parliamentary meeting in the complex today (Monday) without any fear, let or hindrance.”