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Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Despicable! Woman's chopped body parts found dumped in Nairobi (Very Graphic Footage)


A woman was killed and her body parts dumped in Umoja Estate in Nairobi, Kenya. The woman’s head, hands and legs were found late Monday August 22, and taken to the City Mortuary but the torso has not been located. 

The body parts were found in a black plastic bag and thrown in a thicket near Fadhili Primary School.

Wow! Actress, Yvonne Jegede stuns in new photos


Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede turns 33 years old tomorrow August 25th. She recently did a photo shoot to mark the special day. 

Kano Pillars to sign Former Super Eagles Skipper, Joseph Yobo


Joseph Yobo,35, has agreed to join Northern club, Kano Pillars after the NPFL club beat three other clubs to his signature.

Alhaji Shehu Dikko, Chairman of the League Management Company, LMC, in an interview with Completesportsnigeria on Tuesday revealed that Kano Pillars is the club that appealed most to the footballer and can meet his demands.

Pregnant Nigerian woman viciously attacked, robbed after going into labour


Police today, August 24th, released an e-fit of a mugger who attacked a Nigerian woman while she was in labour. The suspect punched her in the face and stole her phone as she tried to call her family.

On June 26th, Patience Chukwu, 40, had left her home in north London to take a bus to the hospital and was having contractions when the man swiped her Samsung Galaxy from her hands.

John Kerry's unadulterated Garbage & his new-found friends by FFK


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Mr. John Kerry, the American Secretary of State, President Barack Obama's confidante and Mrs. Hilary Clinton's successor in office, came to Nigeria the other day.

The first meeting that he had was with the Sultan of Sokoto, who is the supreme leader of the Fulani Caliphate, the spiritual leader of all the Muslims of the north and the man who said, only last week, that "Christians commit wicked acts and crimes against humanity" and that "the wearing of the hijab is the right of every Muslim".

Finance Minister Appoints Oseni as NERFUND Acting MD


Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has today, Wednesday, August 24, approved the appointment of Ezekiel Oseni as the Acting Managing Director of the National Economic Reconstruction Fund (NERFUND).

In a statement released on Wednesday by the permanent secretary, ministry of finance, Dr Mahmoud Isa-Dutse, Oseni’s appointment takes place with immediate effect.

Finally, Scientists Discover Why Women Really Cheat (Read Here)


Scientists have claimed that women are programmed to do the dirty on their partner – but it’s all down to their biology. According to a new study, lusty ladies are “genetically programmed to have affairs” because monogamy is unnatural.

Instead scientists think the females have evolved to keep their options open at all times, meaning they constantly test relationships and remain on the lookout for better mates.

10 Pidgin English Proverbs and their Meanings You Should Know ... No 3 is too Funny


Here are a few Nigerian pidgin proverbs and their translations as highlighted by Information Nigeria

1. “Today’s newspaper na suya paper for tomorrow”

Meaning: No position is permanent in the long run

2. “I get am before no be property”

President Robert Mugabe orders the Arrest of Zimbabwean Olympic Team for not Winning any Medal


Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe has instructed the Commissioner General of Zimbabwe Police Republic, Augustine Chihuri to arrest and detain the whole Zimbabwean Olympic Team members immediately the arrive at the Harare International Airport on Tuesday, August 23.

Zimbabwe which is one of the countries in the Olympics without a medal presented a team of 31 athletes. The closest any of the athletes came to win a contest was at the 8th position.

World’s Largest Aircraft Crash-Land


The world’s largest aircraft suffered cockpit damage on Wednesday after nosediving while landing on its second test flight, but there were no injuries, according to the craft’s manufacturer.

The 92-metre-long Airlander 10, part helicopter and part airship, came down at Cardington Airfield in Bedfordshire, south-east England.

Police arrest 2, Kill 1 after Bandits invade Enugu


Two suspected armed bandits were on Wednesday arrested while one was killed during a gun duel with operatives of the Enugu State Police Command, a police spokesperson, Mr Ebere Amaraizu, has said. 

A statement from Amaraizu in Enugu said that the hoodlums had allegedly operated on Edinburgh Road, Ogui New Layout and Rangers Avenue, Independence Layout. He said that the two hoodlums were arrested during a manhunt mounted by the police, adding that several arms were recovered. 

Singer Ciara to judge Miss America pageant in 2017


30-year-old Singer Ciara will be a judge on the Miss America beauty pageant in 2017, Entertainment Weekly is reporting.

The "1, 2 Step" artist joins a star-studded and eclectic panel that also includes Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, fan-favorite Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas, country star Cole Swindell and actresses Laura Marano and Sara Foster.

Oh No! Jennifer Lopez splits with boyfriend Casper Smart


According to People, actress, Jennifer Lopez, 47, and her longtime boyfriend Beau 'Casper' Smart, 29, are no longer dating.
"Jennifer and Casper have split," the source says. "They have not been together for a few weeks." 

Jennifer Lawrence remains Highest Paid Actress in the World


Jennifer Lawrence made $52 million in 2015. That number is slightly down this year, but she’s still leaving most leading woman actors in the dust.

For 2016, Lawrence’s estimated pretax income is $46 million, which is about 11.5 percent less, but nothing to shake your fist at. Forbes reports that Lawrence’s financial figures can be attributed to the boost from her final Hunger Games performance, and a big check for an upcoming film. But Melissa McCarthy is also creeping up there, in the number two slot with $33 million:

Fani-Kayode slams John Kerry over Statements


Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has blasted United States Secretary of State, John Kerry over statements he made during his visit to the Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar.

Kerry had during Tuesday's visit to the Sultan commended Abubakar for promoting religious tolerance and understanding among Nigerians.

Niger State | Government to incorporate sports in schools curriculum


The Niger State Government on Wednesday said it would incorporate sports into the curriculum of its primary and secondary schools.

Alhaji Mamman Bosso, the State Commissioner for Youths and Sports Development, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Minna that this would encourage talented youths to get acquainted at the early stage of their lives.

NAFDAC shutdown bakery overuse of potassium bromide


The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) in Niger said it had sealed a bakery in Lapai Area Council of the state for using potassium bromide for baking bread.

Mr Anikoh Ibrahim, the State Coordinator of NAFDAC, disclosed this on Wednesday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Minna.

He said the action was taken during an unscheduled visit to the bakery.

Rommy Ezeonwuka calls for Sports Minister's Resignation


Following the poor performance of Team Nigeria at the just-concluded Rio Olympics, the proprietor of Rojenny Stadium, Oba, Anambra, Rommy Ezeonwuka, has urged the Minister of Sports, Solomon Dalung, to resign.

Ezeonwuka in Awka on Wednesday said that resignation was the “best apology or explanation that will be acceptable to lovers of sports in Nigeria from the minister”.

NSCDC laments begging among IDPs


The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has decried high rate of street begging among Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Borno and vowed to end it.

The state Commandant of NSCDC, Alhaji Abdullahi Ibrahim stated this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Maiduguri.

Nigerian Copyright Commission nabs 15 pirates, seizes goods worth N60m


The Lagos zonal office of the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), has arrested 15 suspected pirates and seized goods worth N60 million in the last seven months.

Mr Uwem Udoh, the Zonal Manager, on Wednesday in Lagos said that the commission carried out the anti-piracy raids in Ojo, Somolu, and Festac town.

He said that the action was also extended to some major markets in the state.

Lagos State Internal Revenue Service seals Protea Hotel


The Lagos State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS) has sealed Protea Hotel, close to Kuramo Waters, over alleged failure to remit N11.07 million personal income taxes deducted from workers’ salaries.

Mrs. Ajibike Oshodi-Sholola, Head, Distrain Unit of LIRS, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) during a state-wide tax law enforcement exercise in Lagos on Wednesday.

Protea Hotel was sealed by the revenue service over evasion of N148.88 million consumption and hotel occupancy taxes on June 9.

Yobe State | Gas explosion kills 1 in Damaturu


A welding gas explosion in Damaturu on Wednesday killed one person and caused panic, making people scamper for safety.

Lt. George Okupe, the Army spokesman in the state, confirmed the incident to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

29-year-old Frenchman stabs British woman to death while shouting “Allahu Akbar”


A 29-year-old Frenchman shouted “Allahu Akbar” (God is Greatest) as he stabbed a British woman to death and wounded two people at a backpackers’ hotel in Australia, police said on Wednesday.

The police said that the man was in Australia on a valid tourist visa.

The officials said that he had no known links to radical groups such as Islamic State, which had urged its followers to carry out attacks with knives or other readily available weapons.

Abike Dabiri charge Nigerians in Diaspora to improve Nigerian economy


Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and the Diaspora, on Wednesday, advised Nigerians in foreign lands to help to improve the economy.

Dabiri-Erewa said this at the International Symposium on Oladudah Equiano held at the conference hall of the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON), Topo, Badagry.

The symposium was one of the events to mark the Badagry Diaspora Festival 2016.

Senator Sani condemns kidnap of Kaduna state lawmaker, Ibrahim Ismail


Sen. Shehu Sani, chairman, Senate Committee on Foreign and Domestic debts, has condemned the abduction of Mr Ibrahim Ismail a lawmaker in Kaduna State House of Assembly.

In a statement he issued to senate correspondents on Wednesday in Abuja, Sani noted that the rising cases of kidnapping, particularly in the North had become a serious national security problem.

President Buhari | Any Muslim who shouts “Allah is great’ before Killing, is insane


President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday declared that any Muslim who shouts “Allah is great’ before killing innocent people has mental problems.

Represented by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the launch of the revised National Counter Terrorism Strategy (NACTEST) in Abuja, Buhari said that “it is either they (Muslims) do not know the meaning of those words or they are simply deranged.”

Bode George says PDP is Dying, blames Wike and Fayose


Aspirant for the national chairmanship position of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) , Chief Bode George, has stated that PDP is dying, and he is holding Governors Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state and Nyesom Wike of Rivers state responsible.

George said in a statement signed by his political adviser, Mr. Uthman Shodipe-Dosunmu: “This is indeed a very sad period for the People’s Democratic Party. The sky is dark and bleak. The party is now at the edge of a cliff, dangling before an imminent plunge into ruin and forfeiture.

Breaking: Unknown Gunmen attack American University in Kabul, Students trapped


Gunmen attacked the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on Wednesday, with explosions and gunfire reported inside the campus, an Afghan interior ministry official and a student said.

Army Arrest 3 Suspects after raid on Avengers Camp


Security Operatives of the ‘Operation Delta Safe’ made a ground-breaking raid of a militant camp on Wednesday during which they arrested three suspected members of the Niger Delta Avengers, who were part of the group that attacked 343 troops located at Nembe.

The Avengers had attacked the troops on August 8, 2016, and killed four soldiers.

However, the ODS operatives led by Rear Admiral Joseph Okojie, acting on a tip-off, were able to track them to their camp at Epebu Creek in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area in Bayelsa.

IPOB Breaks Up, New Group says Biafra not Feasible


A splinter group of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, “The Re-branded Indigenous People of Biafra, TRIOPOB,” has emerged, saying the struggle for the actualization of Biafra is not feasible.

Chima Phillip Effiong Osuji, speaking for the group disclosed that the new group will denounce the struggle for the Actualization of the State of Biafra.

Troops Foils Boko Haram Attack at Darul Jamel (PHOTOS)


Troops on Operation LAFIYA DOLE stationed at Darul Jamel, on the fringes of Sambisa forest, northern parts of Borno State, yesterday(22nd August) evening successfully repelled an attempted attack on their location by remnants of Boko Haram terrorists.

The terrorists attempted to storm the troops location at about 10.00pm, but paid dearly as the troops killed several of them including two senior commanders that led the attack.

Coach Samson Siasia says 'He doesn’t know what He has done to offend Sports Minister'


Under 23 Olympics Bronze winning coach Samson Siasia has revealed that he's bewildered by the 'standoff' between him and Sports Minister Barr. Solomon Dalung.

Siasia's social media standoff with the minister started after the coach complained of the poor treatment and financial incentives he and his players received prior to the Olympics in Rio, Brazil, which then prompted the minister to say he wasn't aware of where the team was pre-Rio and even said he will discipline the U-23 national football team coach, Samson Siasia and every other team official who took to the media to vent his or her frustration, saying they were unethical.

Timi Dakolo, Waje, Patoranking & 2face Idibia cover Exquisite magazine September issue


The Voice Nigeria Judges cover Exquisite magazine September issue.

Actress Ebube Nwagbo takes some pictures with US Soldiers


Nollywood actress Ebube Nwagbo is currently in Maryland, USA,  shooting for a new movie titled 'Ladies First'. She's pictured with some US soldiers she met while out and about.

Say What | Women naked themselves in a dirty fight at Walmart Store (VIDEO)


The Video is currently making rounds after it was shared on YouTube. The video shows four women engaged in a mass brawl all claws and fangs. They pull and tug at each other's clothes and one woman had her breasts exposed. 

Imo State | Police parade Mother, son who stole a day-old baby boy (PHOTOS)


The Imo State Police command on Monday arrested one Mrs Ngozi Anyanwu and her son, Goodluck Anyanwu, for allegedly stealing a baby boy from a maternity clinic in Isiala Mbano LGA of the state.

Parading them before newsmen, the Imo state Commissioner, Taiwo Lakanu said that he received the news of the disappearance of a newborn baby on August 19, 2016, and efforts were immediately put in place to recover the child and arrest the Kidnappers. This turned out successful 48 hours later.

Unbelievable! See the 'old school' Phones Billionaire Businessman Femi Otedola is using!


The irony of Life! He is worth $1.2 billion and yet see the type of phones he is still using ... Its okay!

Comedian Ali baba has dogs named after OBJ, Abacha, IBB, Obama ... (Read Article)


Comedian Ali Baba shared the photo above showing some of his pet dogs and revealed that he named them after different world leaders (Both past & present). Ali Baba claims that former Nigerian President Obasanjo, was aware and impressed that he had a dog named after him. 

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Many feared dead as Petrol tanker explodes in Edo state


Many people were killed and about 4 houses razed after a petrol tanker exploded at Upper Mission junction along the Benin-Auchi express road in Edo state this morning.

Say What | Two Benin Girls Engage in Dirty Fight over a Man (Watch Video)


Two Ladies in Benin city, Edo State were caught on camera fighting dirty over a man, with residents struggling to separate the warring duo.

Two ladies in Edo, South-south part of Nigeria threw caution to the wind in a free fight that attracted the intervention of on-lookers.

32-year-old Man In Court For Stabbing Friend With Broken Bottle


An unemployed man, Jamiu Abdul-Rafiu, who allegedly stabbed his friend with a broken bottle, has appeared before an Ikorodu Magistrates’ Court in Lagos State.

The accused, 32, whose address is unknown, was docked before Magistrate A. Oshodi-Makanju on assault.

The accused, however, pleaded not guilty.

Oh Mine! At a First Glance, this girl is everything, but ... (PHOTO)


The picture of this beautiful young lady confirms the saying that 'life is so unfair' as some people find themselves in a condition they never bargained for. 

This young lady with an appealing beauty is currently physically challenged with a seemingly amputated leg.

PHOTOS: 16 Ex-Niger Delta Militants Graduates of Royal Air Jordanian Academy Returns to Nigeria


About sixteen brave former Niger Delta militants have successfully graduated from the elite Royal Air Jordanian Academy and now have returned to Nigeria.

Breaking: Earthquake of 6.8 magnitude strikes central Myanmar


An earthquake of 6.8 magnitude struck central Myanmar on Wednesday, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said, shaking buildings across the country and the region.

The quake struck 143 km (88 miles) west of the city of Meiktila at a depth of 84 km (52 miles), the agency said.

#DiezaniGates: EFCC set to confiscates Ex Petroleum Minister's Properties in America


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is preparing to seize assets and properties belonging to former Petroleum Resources Minister Diezani Alison-Madueke in the United States over her involvement in the $10 billion slush funds fraud.

The Nation reports that the EFCC has initiated a process for the seizure of the assets in line with United States laws. This is coming as the EFCC Chairman Ibrahim Magu just returned from the United States where he discussed  with the authorities how to attach the properties.

Czech Prime Minister reveals they don’t want Muslims in their country


Prime Minister of Czech Republic, Bohuslav Sobotka, has warned that its government did not want a larger Muslim presence in the country.

He, however, said on Tuesday in Prague that even the country shared Germany’s desire to stem the tide of refugees from the Middle East, yet the country had different views on how to achieve such.

Breaking: EFCC arrest Brother of Cross Rivers Governor, Ayade Over Alleged N2.4billion Fraud


The brother of the Cross Rivers State Governor, Ben Ayade has been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission over alleged N2.4billion contract scam.

The man identified as Francis Ayade was arrested on Tuesday is the managing director of Leophina Nigeria Limited and Hally Brown International Limited. He is said to have been involved in the alleged shady deals and diversion of public funds using accounts of his companies.

President Buhari says anti-corruption crusade will continue after my tenure


President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday pledged that the anti-corruption crusade in the country would be deepened and institutionalized to last beyond the life of the current administration.

Mr Femi Adesina, the president’s Senior Adviser on Media and Publicity, said in a statement that Buhari made the pledge when he received U. S. Secretary of State, Mr John Kerry, at the State House, Abuja.

The president stated that his administration was laying down administrative and financial instructions in the public service that must be obeyed.

Oyo State | Government to create 35 local council development areas


The Oyo State government on Tuesday disclosed that it would implement the 2002 gazetted law creating 35 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) out of the existing 33 local government areas in the state.

The government, in a statement signed by the Commissioner for Information, Tourism and Culture, Toye Arulogun, said the move was in response to a correspondence from the Oyo State House of Assembly requesting the executive arm to create LCDAs in order to facilitate development at the grassroots.

Nigeria Should “Boycott” Future Olympics - Okey Ndibe


Nigeria went to Rio, Brazil and, as the world looked on, gave a thoroughly embarrassing account of itself.

Don’t get me wrong: this swipe is not targeted at the heroic men and women who represented us in a variety of events. They, above all, were the primary victims of their country’s show of shame. No right thinking person would knock the competitors who represented the rest of us in Rio. In fact, for agreeing at all to wear Nigeria’s colors and hoist the country’s flag, these athletes deserve our collective gratitude.

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