Friday 29 July 2016

Koffi Olomide's daughter shares photo of her parents, hours after her dad was released

Didi Stone shared a photo of her embattled father, Koffi Olomide and mother, Alaine on Instagram moments ago. The 16-year-old captioned it: "My loves"

Ebonyi State | Father beats teenage daughter mercilessly after he caught her having sex with lover (PHOTOS)

According to the report, this actually happened in Uburu, Ohaozara in Ebonyi state on 28 July, 2016.

A Secondary school girl (In Picture) brought her male lover home and she was caught while having sex with the guy by her Father in their home. 

Say What! Caitlyn Jenner finally got a Man ... And He is a Black Man

via MTO 

It’s no secret that the Kardashian ladies like Black men. Now it appears that they all are currently dating black men. Yesterday Caitlyn Jenner was seen stepping out in Londonfor dinner with a male companion. She appeared to be on a date.

They say Caitlyn is dating Nigeria Gay activist, Bisi Alimi. Lol, can this be true?

Say What! 49-years-old R.Kelly allegedly dating this 19-year-old Girl

R.Kelly is 49 and he's reportedly dating this 19-year-old girl named Halle. They reportedly met at the backstage of one of his concerts in North Carolina and have been hanging out since then.

Oh Dear! Two Nigerian children pictured crying after their mother died in the Mediterranean on their way to Europe

Two Nigerian siblings, 11 and 10 are pictured crying after their mother died in the Mediterranean on their way to Europe. The two children were among 150 migrants rescued from their overcrowded rubber boat off the coast of Libya while trying to cross the Mediterranean ocean into Italy by a Spanish NGO’s boat.

The Fajuyi Spirit By Femi Fani-kayode

Fifty years ago today, on July 29th, 1966, a man by the name of Major General Francis Adekunle Fajuyi gave his life in defence of our country and the then Head of State, General Johnson Thomas Aguiyi-Ironsi.

His killers were a group of northern army officers who participated in the so-called northern “revenge coup” of July 29th, 1966. No less than 300 Igbo army officers were slaughtered that night together with a handful of Yoruba soldiers, including Fajuyi.

Rio Olympics | Russian Weightlifters Team Banned

The International Weightlifting Federation has banned the Russian federation and all its weightlifters from the Rio Olympics.

The IWF said Friday the multiple cases of doping by Russian weightlifters have “seriously damaged” the integrity of the sport. The eight Russian Olympic spots have been offered to other countries.

Florida Records First Cases of Zika Virus

Florida‘s Department of Health announced Friday that four people infected with the Zika virus probably caught it from local mosquitoes.

One woman and three men were infected with the Zika virus in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.

Florida’s Department of Health believes that the transmissions of the Zika virus are occurring in one small area in Miami-Dade County. This is the only area where the department is testing for local transmissions of Zika.

Say What! Sweden’s Government believe His Citizens Are Having Less Sex

Swedish tabloids have reported that Swedes are having less sex than before, and now the government wants to investigate if this is true.

The Public Health Agency will carry out a study on Swedish sex habits, which is set to be completed in 2019. It has been 20 years since the last in-depth study of sex habits in Sweden, the Associated Press reports.

US Commander debunks claims of been link to Turkey’s military coup

The commander of US forces in the Middle East denied Friday that he had any link to the military coup attempt in Turkey following accusations by the country’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. 
“Any reporting that I had anything to do with the recent unsuccessful coup attempt in Turkey is unfortunate and completely inaccurate,” General Joseph Votel, commander of US Central Command, said in a statement. 

12-Year-Old Boy Allegedly Smothered 4-Month-Old to Stop Him from Crying

A 12-year-old Florida boy is facing charges after police say he smothered to death his 4-month-old nephew to stop him from crying.

Police in West Palm Beach say officers and paramedics answered the call last Dec. 2 for the unresponsive boy who later was pronounced dead at St. Mary's Medical Center. 

Days afterward, the 12-year-old allegedly approached an officer at his school and wrote on a piece of paper, "I killed my nephew," reports CBS12.com. 

Kano State | Government releases N789 million for Hajj 2016

The Kano State government has released N789.5 million for the state Pilgrims Welfare Board for the successful conduct of 2016 Hajj operations.

Briefing journalists on the outcome of State Executive Council meeting held at Kano Government House on Wednesday, the state Commissioner of Information, Youth and Culture, Muhammad Garba, said the amount is meant for operational expenditure and other related logistics.

The commissioner remarked that as a result of the national austerity measures and devaluation of the naira, the state government had reduced its Hajj operation staff from 80 to 40 while supporting staff were scaled down from 175 to 99 personnel.

In Nasarawa | Four NLC Workers allegedly Shot by Police

Four workers were allegedly shot in Nasarawa state by police on Friday as the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) began talks with the State Government over the labour crisis rocking the state.

The workers were said to have been shot by a policeman at the gate of the Government House where they had gone to await the outcome of the NLC meeting with Gov. Umaru Al-Makura

NLC President Ayuba Wabba told newsmen at the Police Clinic in Lafia that one of the workers had died, while three others, including a lady, were being treated for gunshot wounds.

Dwindling Economy | Imo States Govt plans cut cost of workers salary by reducing work days per week to 3

The Imo State governor said this, today while briefing journalists on the state of affairs in Imo. He said the reduction of work days would enable workers to attend to other activities that would generate money to supplement their monthly salaries to take care of their families.
His words: “I encourage Imo workers to find additional things to do to support their families because of the economic situation we are facing in Nigeria. We are considering to reduce the working days from five to three in Imo, so that workers will use the rest of the days to work and support their families."

PHOTOS | US Government donates Laptops to EFCC in Abuja

The United States Government, today, 29th July, 2016, donated Laptop computers to the EFCC during a courtesy visit to the Commission's Headquarters in Abuja. The Director, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, USA, Roselyn Wiase, who led the six man delegation urged the Commission to continue in its vigorous fight against Corruption.

President Buhari Makes More Board Appointments.see Details

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved five new appointments for critical agencies in the Nation’s Health Sector.

The appointments, according to a statement issued on Friday by Director (Press) in the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation Bolaji Adebiyi, disclosed that Professor Babatunde Lawal Salako is now Head of Nigerian Institute for Medical Research.

Dr Chikwe Adreas Ihekweazu is Head of the National Centre for Disease Control; Dr Sani H. Aliyu – Head of National Agency for the Control of AIDS; Professor Echezona Ezeanolue – Head of National Primary Healthcare Development Agency; and Professor Usman Yusuf – Head of National Health Insurance Scheme.

Tiwa Savage debunk rumours that she has joined illuminati (Watch Video)

Tiwa Savage has been criticised lately after signing a deal with Jay Z's Roc Nation that she has finally joined the Illuminati cult. The Mavin Records Artist has addressed the rumours that she has joined the Illuminati.

It will be recalled that Tiwa Savage had performed live on Friday night at the One Africa Music Festival event in Brooklyn, USA.

Incredible! See what this Bikini Off-Duty Cop did to this thief (PHOTO)

Pictured is the moment an off-duty Swedish police officer/bodybuilder tackled a pickpocket on the ground, while wearing only a bikini. Mikaela Kellner, a police officer of 11 years, was sunbathing in a park with friends when the pickpocket approached them. Under the guise of selling magazines for the homeless, the man began talking to the group of bikini-clad women.

Prostitute nab while stealing her client's valuables after drugging him (PHOTOS)

A Nairobi prostitute was allegedly caught stealing her client's valuables after she drugged him. When the man said to be a Kenyatta University student became unconscious, the prostitute gathered every electronic gadget in his house. However, luck ran out on her as she was nabbed by vigilant neighbours. They tied her up as they waited for the police to arrive.

After banking $30k in a single night, Zylah is now the hottest Stripper in Atlanta

Meet Zylah the stripper ... According to reports, she's making so much money, some ladies are thinking of joining the profession. She works at T.I's Gentleman’s Club V Live in Atlanta, which was opened recently and is said to be packed to the brim every night, with rappers and ballers.

Watch how ambassadorial nominees failed to recite National Anthem & Pledge correctly (VIDEO)

We brought you reports that two ministerial nominees at the Senate Screening on July 26th failed to recite the National anthem and pledge properly. 

The nominees, Ibrahim Isa from Niger state and Vivian Nwunaku Okeke from Anambra state mixed up the National Anthem and pledge when the chairman of the senate committee on Foreign Affairs, Monsurat Sunmonu asked them to recite it and a member of the committee, Senator James Manager, saved them from the embarrassing moment by correcting them immediately. 

A video showing what happened has finally been released. Watch the clip below ...

Oba Of Iba finally regain his freedom from Abductors

Oba Goriola Oseni of Oniba Iba land who was kidnapped has been released after paying a ransom of N14m.

Fans mocks Statue meant to Honour Barcelona Striker, Luis Suarez (PHOTOS)

Barcelona and Uruguay star striker Luis Suarez  have been honoured with a statue in his Uruguayan hometown, but his fans have blasted the sculptor Alberto Morales Saravia, calling the statue a very ugly' version of the footballer.

The sculptor admitted even before the job was unveiled that he'd never met the former Liverpool striker and was working from photos he had found of him on the internet.

Robbery Kingpin terrorizing Abuja Residents Arrested And Paraded By Police (Photos)

Pictured are suspected armed robbers, who used to operate along Kano road, during their parade at the Federal Capital Territory Police Command in Abuja on Wednesday (27/7/16). They were paraded along wit their masks meant for operation, cell phones, foreign currencies and other stolen items.

Meet Nigeria & Arsenal Starlet, Alex Iwobi's Beautiful Girlfriend (PHOTOS)

19-year-old Super Eagles & Arsenal star, Alex Iwobi, pictured above with his stunning girlfriend, Clarisse Ejuliette.

Photos of the 3 Nigerians just before their execution in Indonesia for Drug Trafficking

Yesterday July 29th,three Nigerians and one Indonesian were executed by firing squad. Those who were executed have been named as Seck Osmane, Humphrey Jefferson Ejike, Michael Titus Igweh and Indonesian, Freddy Budiman

Miss BumBum Brazil goes completely nude in latest issue of Playboy Mexico magazine (+18 Photos)

Suzy Cortez, the winner of Miss Bum Bum Brazil 2015, voted ‘Muse of Olympics 2016’, and was reported to have been banned by Lionel Messi's wife after posting sexy photos wearing the player's jersey aimed at getting the football star's attention, has posed for some very saucy snaps for Play boy Mexico magazine’s next edition.

Sokoto Government uncovers 13,000 ghost workers in LGAs

Sokoto State Government said it has discovered no fewer than 12,915 ghost workers whose names were added to the payroll of the 23 Local Governments Areas of the state.

The State Commissioner for Local Governments and Community Development, Alhaji Mannir Dan-Iya, disclosed this at a media briefing in Sokoto.

In Kano | Father Of Two Allegedly Shot Dead By A Policeman In Broad Daylight (PHOTOS)

Facebook user Stanley Chukwunonso Fisher shared these photos of a young man identified as Tochukwu Wema, who was allegedly shot dead by a policeman in Kano yesterday, July 28. 

He wrote:

Pregnant woman loses her baby after her husband, in-laws tied her up and assaulted her (PHOTO)

This happened in Ashkamish district of Takhar province, Afghanistan. A woman who was six months pregnant lost her unborn baby after her husband, assisted by his mother and sister, nearly beat her to death and cut part of her genitals.

What warranted the shocking attack has not been revealed but the victim, who is in her 20s, said her husband launched an unprovoked attack on her with a wooden stick, cut her hair with a pair of scissors and shaved parts of her head. This was in the presence of his mother and her sister-in-law, who also helped him tie her up with a rope and beat her senseless.

Man crushed by a drunk driver 2 years ago shares inspiring testimony

Michael Watson, a preacher and motivational speaker shared his survivor story on Instagram on the two-year anniversary of a horrific accident. 

What he wrote below:

Chief of Army Staff visits UN Workers and Soldiers injured during an ambush in Bama Yesterday (PHOTOS)

The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Yusufu Buratai yesterday night visited the wounded soldiers and the 2 staff of the United Nations Agencies and other international humanitarian organizations that were injured during an ambush by Boko Haram members in Bama, Borno state yesterday July 28th.

Truck and trailer carrying bags of rice and planks fall along Benin-Ore Expressway (PHOTOS)

A truck loaded with bags of rice and a trailer loaded with planks, yesterday, July 29, fell side by side along Benin-Okada-Ofosu-Ore Express Way by Km 30 Ovia River Bridge blocking the entire Ore-Benin lane. Traffic was diverted at Km 29 to Benin - Ore lane. As at press time, no casualty has been reported.


Enugu State | Only a baby survived a ghastly accident at Udi (Graphic Photos)

A fatal accident occurred five hours ago hours ago at Udi LGA of Enugu State. The vehicle belonging to Royal Mass Transit somersaulted several times. According to Abia Facts Newspaper, all the occupants died except the baby pictured held by a passerby.

Police Rescue another Chained 10-year-old Girl In Ogun

The Ogun Police Command has rescued another chained 10-year-old girl, Promise Udeh, at Adigbe area of Abeokuta.

She was rescued on Thursday when neighbours living close to the building where she was chained alerted the police.

Mary J. Blige addresses her divorce in an Official Statement

We reported yesterday that singer Mary J.Blige has filed for divorce from her husband of 12 years and longtime manager Kendu Isaacs. She has now issued a statement through her rep, saying "there is a reason for everything". 

The statement read:

Oyo State Governor promises distribution of food items to residents

The Oyo state governor, Abiola Ajimobi has promised that his administration will provide food items every quarter of the year to help people of the state manage the biting economic hardship in the country.

The governor made the pledge yesterday in Ibadan, the state capital while speaking at the third phase of the “Ajumose Food Bank’’ initiative.

Ajimobi pointed out that the move was targeted at reducing hunger and starvation among people of the state.

Ouch! Moment Snake Bites A Dog On The P*nis And Refuses To Let Go (PHOTOS)

The mutt, who appears to be standing on a path next to a field, is seen desperately trying to flee from the reptile's clutches as it grips on to his genitals. Bowing his head to inspect the damage, the dog looks in pain as he tries to move the snake with his head.

Evil! Couple hacked to death over 15-rupee (105 Naira) debt in India

A couple belonging to the Dalit or low-caste community were hacked to death over a 15-rupee (22 cent) debt in North India, the police said on Friday.

An upper-caste grocer, Ashok Mishra, has been arrested for the murders of Bharat Singh and his wife Meena in Uttar Pradesh state’s Mainpuri district on Thursday.

Breaking | APC Clinches Imo North Senatorial Rerun, 2 State Constituencies

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared Mr Ben Uwajumogu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) winner of Imo North Senatorial District rerun election held on July 28.

Uwajumogu scored 56,076 votes to defeat Mr Athan Achonu of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who scored 43, 815 votes. Prof. Arinze Agbogu, the INEC Returning Officer for Imo North Senatorial District, who announced the result in the early hours of Friday, said the outcome was a summation of scores of July 23 and that of July 28 exercise.

UNICEF halt aid deliveries due to attack on convoy in Borno

The United Nations, UN, said yesterday that aid deliveries to Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs camps in Borno State will temporarily be put on hold due to an attack on humanitarian convoy.

Reuters quoted UNICEF as saying in a statement that unidentified gunmen attacked the convoy yesterday as it returned to Maiduguri after delivering aid in Bama.

Staff of UNICEF, an International Organisation for Migration contractor, was injured in the process.

"I'm a Practicing Muslim and Pray Regularly" - Muslim Porn Star Reveals (PHOTOS)

A porn star who claims she is 'banned' from Pakistan after conducting 'adult scenes' in Islamic dress said she is still a practicing Muslim and prays regularly - despite the potentially conflicting demands of her job.

Nadia Ali - who first got into the adult industry as a dancer two-and-a-half years ago before moving into escorting then becoming a porn star - admitted that she experiences 'conflicts' between her religion and work but that she views it as a 'stepping stone' for her work in the beauty industry.

My husband attempted to rape my sister, he is a strong Womanizer – Woman tells court

One Ajayi Cecilia, on Thursday, dragged her husband, John Ajayi, before an Igando Customary Court sitting in Lagos State over claims that he is a staunch womanizer.

The 42-year-old woman told the court that her husband of 20 years had up to four girlfriends on their street.

Cecilia, speaking before the President of the court, Mr. Adegboyega Omilola, sought for the dissolution of her marriage to 46-year-old husband.

Stephen Keshi’s son slam FG for snubbing late coach’s burial

Former captain of the Super Eagles, Austin Eguavoen, has criticized the government after top officials stayed away from the final burial rites of former Nigeria coach, Stephen Keshi.

Keshi’s family held a Church Service on Thursday at St. Paul Catholic Church in Benin by 9am, to pay the Big Boss his final respects.

But Eguavoen was not impressed by the absence of some notable dignitaries.

Borno State | Multi-National Joint Task Force Recovers Damasak From Boko Haram

Troops of the multi-national joint task force (MNJTF) have recaptured the boundary town of Damasak in Borno state from Boko Haram insurgents.

Muhammad Dole, the force’s chief military public information officer, disclosed this in a statement, saying the troops have also cleared the sect members from the surrounding villages.

Beautiful Lady found beheaded after her first date with stranger she met on dating site

A young woman seeking love online was 'beheaded' after going on a first date with a stranger. Kristina Medvedeva, who used dating websites, was found dead beside a lake on the outskirts of Ekaterinburg in Russia.

The 22-year-old's body was discovered in a mutilated state, with her head almost entirely severed, police said.

The macabre find was made three days after Kristina was last seen and last online. The shop assistant, who lived in the city, had moved from her provincial hometown Talitsa in search of love and a new life.

Abdulmumin Jibrin accuses Dogara of Diverting FG Water Project to His Farm

A former Chairman, Committee on Appropriation, Mr. Abdulmumin Jibrin, has vowed to continue making fresh allegations against the four principal officers until they were prosecuted.

In his latest question, which he numbered 21, Jibrin accused the Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, allegedly “diverted” a Federal Government water project to his farm in Nasarawa State.
“Allegation no 21 to Mr. Speaker: why did you fraudulently divert a Federal Government water project to your farm in Nasarawa State? How are you funding the farm?” he asked on his twitter handle.

Say What! Thousands of Chinese swimmers crowd a pool as temperature scale rises

According to the Shanghaiist ,government meteorologists had issued an orange alert - the second-highest level on the country's heat scale - for the fourth consecutive day as the temperature peaked at a sweltering 40C

Psquare Saga | Jude Okoye confirms Psquare are back together

Jude Okoye shared a photo of the Psquare and captioned it "Blessed" indicating they have finally back together ... Hopefully, they can get back and put aside their differences.

IAAF disqualifies Nigeria's 4×400m Women Relay Team From Rio Olympics

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) have thrown Nigeria's 4x400m women's relay team out of next month's Olympic Games in Brazil.

Nigeria's disqualification from the event followed Tosin Adeloye's positive drugs test at the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) Super Grand Prix/Warri Relays in Warri, Delta State on July 24, 2015.

Adeloye was a member of the Nigerian quartet that finished fourth in Beijing August last year at the IAAF World Championships. In fact she ran the third leg in the semi-finals where the team ran 3:23.27 seconds, the second fastest time in Nigeria's all-time record.